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FAULKNER, Kntrrtd nl IV oi llnra, ot ffimil thu r Quoted, FifB CHIIlH H (Tub Citizen HEKHA MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 1, 1012 JULY 20-3- Knowledge Is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. to tlie Interests of the !M:oxrLtari People Ono Dollar a year. No. 5 Vol. XIV. C 1 V JULY 20-3- 1 Sale Begins Saturday. July 20th and will continue (or 10 days 1 People Must Be United to Fight the Five Great Burdens of Society By LYMAN ABBOTT, Editor and Oliver Cultivators Simplest and even to Best-Guara- nteed Author IIE solution of questions of human brotherhood will call for 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 tho Iiigucst powers of tho present gone'rntion. Tho raco problem, tho extension of democracy, tho lessen ing of dcnominationalism in tho church, industrial warfaro and amelioration of social burdens nro THE LEADING QUES TIONS FOR SETTLEMENT IN AMERICA. Wo havo yet to learn how an inforior and a superior raco can livo together and prcscrvo their integrity. THE FIVE GREAT BURDENS OF 80CIETY ARE FAMINE, PESTILENCE. CRIME, POVERTY AND WAR. WE HAVE MADE FAMINE IMPOSSIBLE IN THE UNITED 8TATE8 AND ARE MAKING PE8TI LENCE IMPOSSIBLE. THE OTHER THREE REMAIN. the color of the paint clearance. CHRISMAN'S "THE FURNITURE UNITED STATES NEWS IN An Untainted Title, Says Taft MAN" A few weokn R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY DON'T WAIT FOR THE AGENT rs parity the caption "The Cost of LawleBsntW. The amount drawn from the Ntnte by Boone's jailer for the last fiscal year was quoted as being $110, f(W of which was expended for fuel. The jailer in Dell drew more than $7,000 for tho care of state prisoners alone. And it was claimed that witness fees in the latter county exceeded 55,000 and the transportation of prisoners cost the ntnte $1200. Then followed a paragraph which is so pertinent that we do not summarize but quote iu full: iu tlio amount received by tho jailer of Boone County from tho stnto coders and the incoino of tho jailer of liell County under BOONE VERSUS BELL ago 77ic Courier Journal commented upon the dis- OURJWN STATE Within the laat, ton days wo havo neiit out a go xl many notices to of t!io expiration or coming Japan In Mourning Americans Pros expiration cf their subscriptions ami eculed in Mexico China Milted at United States Turkey In State of tho returns havo been flno. Hut 11 Seething Unrest Irish do not want that they will few have replied Wo Home Rule Steamship Collision. hand tl.o mony to tho audit. Lent tho cola cards to take tho Atw.-DEATH OK THE KMl'EKOIt OF of tho agonl. And those who wait JAPAN for the agent, put us to tho unnecesIs mada Announcement ot the sary extra expeuno of paying tho agent and thereby deprlvo themsel- death of Mutsuhlto, tho Emperor ot tho Owing to tlilB Japan, ot acute nephritis, on ves of n bettor 20th of July. Tho ciown I'rlnco Yoshl very oxptusa. Illto, who s 33 yourc of ngo, succeeds no rait Ix-- t lilm kIvo his time, to getting new to tho throne. No monarch living has subscribers, and by all menus USE seen greater changes In his Empire Under V11E COIN CAP.DS IN MAKING A than tho deceased Emperor. llKMITTANCi: Is his rule Japan emerged from a con unletB a check dltlou of seml-b.- v baric Isolation and handler. seclusion to tako a positlcn among tho leading nations ct tho day and becomo a world factor. Tho Japanese-Russia- n Dear Headers of Tho Citizen: War first revealed to the I was most reluctant to leao Korea, but felt that If did not I should world at largo tho ImmcnBo strides that had been mado by this Island soon bo fretted out and worth nothing to my friends. Ho I packed n Empire. AMERICANS ORDERED OUT OI trunk full of books and decided t.i MEXICO movo my office Into tho cool north Tho Rebel commanders In northern for a month. And I undertook an Americana extra long Journey In order to s 'o Mexico havo notified my son, Wesley, In his new place ns cither to surrender their arms or I. H. Consul at Charlottetown, I'rlnco Have tho country cr Join tho ranks I'.dward Island. of tho Rebels and fight against the government of tho Wo started on tho uncomfortable constitutional morning train, Wednesday, leaving Republic. The first group f nearly limny things undone In Iierea, and at ono thousand refugics. mon. women Richmond found Miss "Marlon Hurnam "and children, are n their way to rtartlng on tho namo train for Iioston. El Paso, Texas. This group Is large ly composed of Mormons. There aru Tho train was delayed by tho Improvements on tho road near Cin- more than fifteen hundred Americans cinnati, and wo had to watt In that In Coonla(iJaurtz and Duhltan. hot city till 12:20. In the afternoon American property nnd American "tuero was a thunder storm, and from tesldcuts aro evidently in extreme -- that tlmo wo havo been cool. Thursday wo reached Boston, whero CHINA MIFFED o.i ige Hive As a result ot the hard condition Imposed by American bankers and i WORyjEWS tux than the maintenance of prisoners. The "had man" Is an outrageously expensive typo of citizen whoso activities are, as a rule, ultimately more expensive to him than toothers, lie niiiv nut bo lumped, or sent to prison, but if he escapes punishment in court lie usually meets with It outside of court In due time." The Courier further suggests that theso figures might profitably be submitted to school children, mid that a little lecture upon them by the teacher would be good missionary work both in many counties iu tho mountains and outside the mountains. We agree but would u suggest that this is fitting material for others than the school also. It might be used profitably by preachers, as well aa teachers or eveu by politicians, and certainly by editors. Tho l'iueville Sun, as might hare been expected, had something to say on tho subject and what it said was well said. For instance, it called attention to tho fact that liooue County, tho most northern county iu the state, is a dry county nnd that Bell County, in the southeastern corner of the state, in a wet county. That is, it is cursed by Middlesboro's saloons. It further states that Boone is a farming county while Bell's chief industry is mining and Bell's population is a fluctuating population and largely for that very reasou the least schooled and least churched. And the Piueville Editor would like to know also what the figures iu respect to the cost of lawlessness are in Louisville; that, not iu defense of Bell at all, but rather in comparison with Boone anil And the suggestion is certainly not as an argument for prohibition. without merit. The matter of chief concern however is, What is the remedy? Undoubtedly the courts iu Bell County have been doing their duty for the last two yeara or more, and The Sun has been doing its part. To our way of thinking the remedy is not in one institution but in many. Ideal conditions are not to be brought about by suppression or repression, but better conditions may be. Lawlessness can only be stamped out when parents train for righteousness ,schools discipline for righteousness, the churched exhort to righteousness and the courts suppress violence by insuring speedy and adequate punish-men- t for tcrong doing. And these agencies need not only to be invoked in Bell County but throughout all Kentucky and the entire Union for that matter. But judging from the list of murders in Bell, as recorded in the coliimua of The Sun, for the last twenty-fou- r months, in proportion to the population, we would say that they perhaps need to be invoked a little more strongly iu Bell County than anywhere else in Kentucky, at least. cliil-dre- it Indicates its cost by showing what partof it Is. The total Is swelled In various wny. The III advertising Is a beav-le- r "This shows how great a tax lawlessness Is, or rather Senate Votes for Cheaper Sugar and Cheaper Wool Dillon Withdraws Corporation Tax Enlarged in Scope Claude Allen Condemned Again Thaw must stay in Asylum. TAFT ANSWERS CHARGE FRAUD OF New Primary Law to Tested More About Drinking Cup For a Better Reform School-Linc- oln Institute to Open Roosevelt Convention Louisville Receives Large Check. On Through Mr. Utiles, manager ct tho Taft Campaign, a statement approved by the President Is issued reviewing In a document of 144 print ed pages tho charge of fraud at tho Chicago Convention. This documeut professes to glvo a fair investigation and discussion of tho two hundred contests instituted and thirty-eigagainst the Taft delegates by Roose velt, and presents ovldence In detail. Tho claim Is mado that thcro was no Pteam roller, that it was not operated, that thcro wa3 no fraud and that tho Tift men were good throughout. If any of our renders aro Interested they can obtain a copy of this document by writing to Chairman Chas. Hilles of the Republican National Committee, Wachington, D. C. ht ;aor not wait the agent. presidentIrost'Tletter 1 TARIFF DILLS IN CONGRESS Tho Republican Sugar Tariff BUI has passed the Senate by a final vote of 52 to 3. Tho Democratic free sugar bill did not come to a vote In tho Senate, Instead the Brlstow-Lodg- o was adopted by which Amendment the present sugar into Is materially reduced. It Is estimated that this will reduco the customs receipts oy about $5,300,000, but as It is claimed that It will save the retail consum lrll. er something over $20,000,000. Perhaps tho tax layer can stand the reduction In revenue. Any American who has bought cugar in England at a very material reduction from prices revalcnt In this country,' cannot but marvel at tho great willingness of the American public to enrich tho sugar Interests by high prices on this lecesslty. Continued on rage Two NEW PRIMARY LAW Saturday of this week Kentucky voters will havo tho opportunity of snaring In the first stato wide compulsory primary ever held in Ken tucky. This will bo tho first test of tho law passed by the last Legislature. Tho question Is. will It afford tho peoplo the relief from boss ruto that they hope for? Senator Eaton of Paducah and Representative Thomson of Kenton County, who sharo between them tho authorship of the now law, aro free to cay that whllo It Is not Just exactly what they Wanted In tho matter cf primary legislation, it was tho best that they could -Bet from tho last general assembly. THE DRINKING CUP ACT Attorney-GenerGarnett has issu ed a statement In which ho says that, whllo the law' providing prlvato drinking cups does not apply specifically (o tho public schools, he is iu favor of tho decision of tho Supt. of Public Instruction regarding separate drinking cups In the schools. Any sanitary provision of this character may subject the public to moro or less Inconvenience, but, as it 'a aimed at tho preservation of public health by lessening the opportunities for spread of diseases, it is well worth whllo In tho Interest ot tho community to submit to these Inconveniences. Typhoid fever, Tuberculosis and other such diseases stand at tho door and will crowd In without ceremony or consulting tho of any. They can bo repelled only by such wlso precautionary measures which r.ubject tho public to less Inconven ience than tho presenco ot dlseaso In tho family. al . co Clovo-Couiinu- td STATE REFORM SCHOOL OVERCROWDED Over crowding of the Stato Reform (Continued on Page Two) NEW FEATURE NEXT WEEK contents of this issue PAGE FIRST diplomats In floating tho three hun- Pdltorlals Kentucky News World Ncwa Ties. Frost's Letter. Nw lVaturs of next Week. Lincoln Institute Notlco. I'AtJK TWO. Ilegln at Home, IiCttors to tho Editor. World New a (cent.) United States News (cont.) I'AGB TIJUKE Ttmperanro Our Teachers' Department Make up of new Alphabet. Th? Thermometer of I'atrlotism, I'AGE FOUR Loeal News Kitchen Cabinet. K'ulght In Hcrea. I'AGE FIVE Homo Town Helps. Camp Flro Girls. I'AGE SIX Serial Story. I'AGB SEVEN Intensive Panning 8rmon Sunday School Lesson I'AGE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky Correspondence, Swat tho Fly. Sermon In Bong. Tho Citizen to tho colored youth of Kentucky that thoso exacting to i.ttend Lincoln Institute during the coming year should make application at onco, aa wo expect to havo a picked company from all over tho state, and our accommoyatlons are limited. Already a largo number of numlt-tanc- o cards havo been sent out. Not all tho rooms are filled as yet. Wo want to spare any the of coming to Lincoln InstiTho Albanians aro an ancient dren. will bo ono ot tho best sortes tute nt tho opcnlns of tho term and This rnco, Jealous of their privileges. They aru rcstlvo under tho new conditions of articles over run In Tho Citizen. finding no room. Our dormitories will and tho restrictions recently Impos- If carefully read and Btudled tuy not stretch., When they arc filled tu wo shall refuse nit applicants. Tho ed. They may lie expected to maVo will tako tho place ot a coursa rulo Is wrlto to tho Prlnclral for Domestic Sclcnco in any school. trouble for soma tlmo to come. an application blank, fill It out and HOME RULE IN IRELAND They will bo found ot Interest and return It, obtaining nn admittance Riots aro reported In llelfott of alue to ovory woman and of benefit such uiagnltudo as to threaten every man. Let every woman Into card assuring admittance and a room. tho to of tho great ship building whoso home Tho Citizen comes, go DO IT AT ONCE. A. Eugeno Thomson, Principal, Interests of that port. A tooling to school by reading, clipping and Continued from page Slmpsonvillo, Ky. preserving this Domestic Sclenco Uread-tuaMndlsap-jioltitme- ut d. dred million dellar lean, tho Chinese ivernment haa discontinued all negotiations and rejected all bids for tho loan. Tho fact that the Stato Department has iut recommended to f tho Congress tho recognition Cuineso Republic Is regarded with hostile feelings by tho Chlneso and tho States will cost tho United friendship of tho Chlnc30 without any doubt. Emissaries havo been sent Into by China to Europe to enter new negotiations for this loan, UNREST TURKISH It Is not to bo expected that a nation ns old as Turkey could ever bo revolutionized or reformed In r. com-- I day; especially a nation that rises bo many different races. Tho probability !s that for years to como racial differences will como to tho iront before a readjiutnient Is tecur-c- To tako tho place ot our homo courso in health articles, wo aro planning to run, beginning next week, a flno serifs ot eighteen articles en titled "Homo Courco In Domestic Science" cmbraclnc tho following Domestic Science; In Selection ot Focd; Co3t ot Food Modernto Homes; Vegetables In tho Diet; Somo HreakfaU Suggestions; Cuts of Meat,aud Hew to Cook Them; Substitutes for Meat; Useful Labor Table .Saving Dovlces; Attractlvo Arrangements; Tho Modern Kitchen; Hints Tho Process of on Homo Laundering; Washing Day Mado Easy; Principles of Homo De coration; Uso of Color In llouso Decoration; Treatment of Floors and Suggestions Homo on Windows; Nursing; Food (or Invalids and Chil Course. It would coet, If taken at school, not loss than $100. It comas with Tho Citizen free. Wouldn't It bo Interesting to look through th a 62 Issues of tho papr and estimate tho valuo ot the articles that ono gets for $1.00. LINCOLN INSTITUTE NOTICE Last Call of This Season Mr. Property Owner of Eastern Ky: in this part of the state YOU MUST Tho Scc-f- o ot If you want us to look after your Roofs while we are WRITE TO ME AT My .May I say dear Mr. Faulkner: through the columns of ONCE. It costs to tiavel. I must see you as we make our If you want circuit. Don't wait till we see you write any reference write lo R. U. Roberts, the County Attorney of Leslie Co., at Hyden. We arc Covering the Court House here with Taylor's Old Style Tin Plate. The real thing no Imitation. to-da- y. HENRY LENGFELLNER, Tinner, HYDEN, KY. A word to my Old Customers of Madison and Garrard County. io$) fi on all mail orders you send to me. I can a great deal more work and thus do it for less money if you do let me know a little ahead of time what you want done. I can jobs on the same trip which arrange my trip so I can do one-hasave at least 10$. lf to Paqc Two. THE CITIZEN August i, 1012. Tho treating of the oat used for seed both sides and fall to rend when for May 1910. This lo tho salient fact lmvo rccolved InvltatlonB to ItH'eh with formalin solution will mean an LETTERSJOJHE EDITOR they will neither reason nor bo of tho monthly summary of tho Bu- with Pres. Tnft at tho Will to Hoiiai. Incrcaso In yield nf from ten to tweti reasoned with. Tho Talbort, Trenton, N. J., reau of railway Economics, compiled Possibly something of Interest may ty bushels per acre, thls.ofcmirxo, proA family newspaper for ell thet Is right, the "Tho problem now lo to get vided tho dlslnfee'led seed I put on July 23, 1912. from tho rcporto of tho railways to emnnalo from this luncheon party. peoplo to think cn their political af- Sly near Sir, Faulkner land that does not contain the Nimit true end Interesting. EXCISE BILL PASSES SENATE tho Interstnto Commcrco Commission, spores from n diseased crop of previ1 fairs and not follow their lenders liopo to return to Heron In enrly nnd embracing ninety per cent By n oto of 3(5 to IS tho Demoof Pubtlshnl extry ThutIjr l Pcrrs, Kjr. ous year. blindly. It Is tho Informed will rf September. I havo enjoyed Tho tho steam railway mlleago of tho crats nnd Piogresslvo Republicans tho ieoplo and not tho emctlonnl will Citizen so much this year. It has country. united ln passing in tho Senate a BEREA PUBLISHING CO. In most states tho law governing the "I tho peoplo that must lend to high; been llko a long friendly letter. Your Democratic Exclso Tax Bill extend(liirorornle1) cutting of the roadside weeds plmet cr things In governmncL" editorials havo been road with great ing tho present tax on corporations tho responsibility for the Job on t ho P. Faulkner, Editor end Manager WORLD NEWS .. Intorcst and profit, nnd 1 want to township trustees. In some other (ho to Individuals, firms and copartner-EhlDiContinued from first rate Subscription Rates tax t f trustees nre required to cut them, procongrntulato you on tho flno paper By this bill nn annual TO THE MAN OF FORTY. r AYAM.lt IN ADVANCH aro sending Into so many homes'. between Catholics aiufProttnnti has ono percent will b lovled for tho vided tho abutting property owner does It Is the common saying that utiles grown so acute that violence Is frea dnto specified In the i.m a man tins One Yrsr Vory sincerely yours, benefit of tho Government and on not do It by succeeded In life by (hi fo Six Months weed law. quent to nn nlarmiug oxtent. It Is n Ahblo S. Morrow. time ho Is forty years of ago he never net Incomes ln excess of $5,000. Tho JS Three Month curious fact to havo Irishmen oppos- Sennto mado a change In tito bill no will succeed. Platinum, n metal twice an rnltinble ed to homo rule, but tho rrotestnUt Dear Editor: The statement Is too broad. or Hmress Mnnev monrv bv sml that tho tax would not npply to labas gold, has leen discovered near Ontcr, Draft, Krglslcrn I. filer, or one and two It Is untrue. of element In tho North of Ireland la or organizations, ngtlculturo or fraterrovivos memories Your letter cent tumps Mountain Park, In southwestern OkIn Tho facts do not sustain It. doar old Borca. Thero never can bo fearful of Catholic Bttprcmncy The (lute after your name on label shows to nal organizations, of nn Insuranco lahoma, In an ore which assays your subscription in paid. If it is not A study of the lives of the successwhat date Governmental affnlts under tho provichanirr.1 within three weeks after renewal ful will show that success comes to too much said about it, though I nm character, nils meanuio goes bnrk worth of tho metal per ton. Practinotify u4. sorry to Bay that tho peoplo up hero sion of tho homo rulo bill. Thera-for- o to tho Ilouso for approval. cally nH the platinum used In this Mlsslnjf numberi will be ftladljr supplied if we most men after rather than before they nro opposing bitterly tho havo never heard much about It and country at present come from the CLAUD ALLEN AOAIN art noiineu. forty. Is It financial success? Who, In Russia. Inauguration of Uio now order cf Fine Premiums Riven for new subscriptions nve by speculation, tins amassed n tho good It Is doing. Tho Associated Press reports that Ural mountains enj lor rrenuum j,m ami prompt renewal. I am living In a good community things even to tho extent of violence. Claudo Allen was convicted if murfortune before be was forty? Liberal terms giren to any who obtain new Figures compiled by Chief Forester STEAMSHIP COLLISION subscription j for in. Any one sendine us four and Or politics? Few get more than fair- which supports a nice church der in tho first degree for killing tho Graves for 1011 place the number of yearly subscriptions can receive The Cltiien free ly steamship, "Empress Commonwealth's A Canadian started In politics before that age. High School, nnd thero aro many attorney, William lornimsen lor one year. predatory animals killed In the westAdvertising rates on application. He who goes to the United States sen good Christian workors. Colllnsvlllo of Britain," bound for England from waa found guilty of ern states during last year at 7,071, ate at fifty la rated as a young mem- Is ten miles northeast of Hamilton Montreal with soven hundred pass- H. Foster. Allen MEMBER OP murder In tho second ilegreo for kill- Including 0,487 coyotes, 213 (tears, 173 ber. engers, collided In tho St. lAwrcnco ing Jtulgo Tliorntob L. .Massle, in n wolves, 870 mountain lions, 72 lynxes on tho Panhandlo railroad. Or merchandise or literature or art n steamship. IUver with a Mrs. P. M. Reynolds former trial. Floyd Allen, his father, nnd 2 wolverene. New Mexico furor the professions? Fortunately tho colllalon did not oc waa tho first of tho family to bo nished most of tho wolves, Oregon the Most of us at forty aro only Just Ten things for which no ono has cur In tho open sea, otherwise wo convicted ready for successful endeavor. We ln connection with tho larger numter of bear and Arizona might havo had another serious dis mountain lions. have made our mistake and learned ever yet been sorry: Hlllsvlllo murdetc. Will Now York the Doing good to all. aster to record. A3 It was, tho pas- do ns well ln tho conviction of tho We have discovered of experience. Early vegetables and fruit from sengers wcro rescued without harm. Being patient townrd everybody. onr right place In life nnd our limitaRosenthal murderers? KUNTUCKY l'KBSS ASSOCIATION. southern markets are both scarcer and tions. Tears have matured Judgment, Hearing befcro judging. REMAINS A LUNATIC THAW higher priced than usual on tho north and the brain stands guard over the Thinking before speaking. UNITED STATES NEWS By tho decision of Judgo Ktxgh, era markets this year as a direct repassions. BEGIN AT HOME Holding an angry tongue. tho sult of the flooding of thousands of Continued fram I'lrst Harry Thaw Is to remain ln Life and literature teem with lllus Being kind to tho dUtresccd. (rations of success at forty, fifty, sixty Slattcwan Asylum for tho Insane. acres) of tho fertile river bottom lands Th most serious question that conWOOL BILL Speaking evil of nono. Corln southern states bordering tho Misvery Interesting feature In Con Tho Judgo finds In tho Hubeaa fronts every yOung person Is ns lo seventy, even ninety. Fortunate Is he who Is in the way n' Asking pardon for all wrongs. pus proceedings that to release Thnw sissippi. However, tho fellows who gress this week was tno passago what ho or she Is best fitted to do. success wero not swamped with high water are at the age of forty; fortnnntr Stopping tho ears to a talebearer. Perhaps It would bo truer to say that This would bo n danger to society. Disbelieving most of tho 111 reports. of tho LaFoIlctto Wool 1)111, reaping n rich harvest. HOPEFUL ANNOUNCEMENT presents Itself ho who, though unsuccessful, has tho question usually bill waa very skillfully substituted at Wasto not; wnnt not. learned bis world and himself and ha Now York Times nnnouncs Tho manipul lu qulto n different form. What can JInko few promises; keep tho30 tho last moment for n bill There really Isn't much use trying to not lost courage. In tho 1 do to most easily niako a living? ated by Senator Pcnroso who stands ury remarkablo discoveries you make. Courage that Is the prime thing. lo Impress the benefits of dairying upon treatment of diabetes Hint And It is characteristic of most Identified with tho interests ratht-tint farmer who In content to start opNo matter what his age, you cannot tho keep a bravo mnu young peoplo to look beyond than with tho people Very fortunnte-l- y n posslblo euro of this dreaded mal- erations with a thlrty-flvdollar scrub AGROSS THE BILLION LINE He may down. Laboratory exerts ndvnnco bull selected from a bunch of can Hers homo and farm nnd often beyend tho atumblo and fall nnd fall again and Senator I.aFollollo had his bill ady. hopo that tho Investigations of lu the stockynrds. He Isn't really homo community for tho starting again. Hut ho will get up, Exportation cf manufactures !n handy, and by bringing It forward at tho but should have moro stiff talk And some day when he hns worked the fiscal year Just ended more than the opportuno moment secured point; and very often they arc Inits n group of New York physicians nuy thi on the hell fire and brimstone punishclined to think that foTtuno will Ikj his will concerning himself bo will justified tho cstlmato of tho Bureau jmssage. This bill was drafted In result In decided ndvanco In treatment of this dlsense, even to ment which Inevitably follow a soli Insured them in caso thoy follow have about him hi, own charmed clr - of statistics. Department of Com- - ' harmony with tho recommendation robbing system of agriculture. cure. como pursuit new to them or to their durst3 wn?ktVlhfnCnt W"Cr0 "D0De mcrc0 nntl bor' that Uie to,nl valu0 of tllB Indent's. mralff Board, nnd tho iosslb!o extent of n JUDGE ARCHBALD It friends and acquaintances something would in 1912 for tho first tlmo cross either tho President must tdgn Are you fortr-- or more? A lady friend who has n pair of Judgo Archbnld a continuance In Th iew nnd at a distance. bureau. and nld tho matorlal reduction Hold up your chin nnd walk on your tll M'"0" of his caso until the fnll or winter canaries has been much Interested In fc3 Now tho best advice that can heels nnd toes. You aro fnlrlv fitted to which has Just completed Its figures ! tho duties on woolen goods or he wntchlng the nesting operations; of tho ' H n tvtidt t given to any young persons confrontwneitV in UU nml l.nnnmn cTi nu'l m mnntt-- . must rcpudlnto In a measuro the before opening tho formal ImpeachVV pair. Four eggs were laid, nnd Just HUt, IU iIa ItUll UVUUiV Sl tUV VAJ'Vi "sUWH lllfj flirt nvnnrfn(frri nf Stilt" i JVU i g ment proceedings which have question Is to what you wnnt to be. No young man factures, states tho total valuo of findings of his own tariff board. now four downy little birds occupy ed with this OHIO'S ItEi'UBLICAN CANDIDATE Instigated by Congress. It Is bellov-'- d tho neat. The old birds select seod begin at home, and tho next bit of can buy from you your personal cxpe-- ! manufactures cxnoiled In tho fiscal that a mnjority of tho Senate will from tho dish of a given kind, and FOB GOVERNOR WITHDRAWS advice is that they should take into Hence, whatever he may offer a tho yeat at ;it02l,7B3,01S, of which G7I,- this Is the only fixid the little fellows tempernment, price. A dispatch from ColumbuB, Ohio, favor tho postpocment. consideration their . i 1(02,903 was the valuo of manufactures t,n 0 i. nM if receive. Bread and milk und other man health, ability and fltuebs. Tiiinisi n thov nro Vnii hnrn mil. rCa''y '0r consumption and $317,131,913 announces tho ros,gnatlon of Jud,-of made rations rtvelvo no nttcntlon IN OUR OWN STATE E. B. Dllllon, tho candldnto of tho Wo wero Interested in reading n lived your illusions. You know tho that of manufactures for further uso whntever. ref ttory In tho Lexington Leader (Coutinurtl from Attlpaie) ways of your fellows. You know your ln manufacturing. This sum is ten Republican party for tho offico Judge Billion's cently of a petted young lady who own ways. times tho amount of exports In 1S7i3. Coventor of Ohio. Unless one has lawn cutting for the Fayetto County, resignation Is not only a surprise but School at Grecndalo, was left without support nnd seemIs It not so? hns been brought to the attention flock of hens that are shut up during From tho fullness of your experience has carried demoralization into tho ingly without ability to support herRAILWAY BUSINESS FOR MAY (lie spring nml summer months soma of tho public through tho statement self on the death of her father. But you are mightily equipped out of de-ranks of tho Stato Republican other provision should bo mnilo for n of Chairman O'SulUvau of tho Stato Kor tho month of May tho not supply of grwn stuff. A pntch may tw Ho assigns, ns nn explanation sho had a good fund of common sense feat to organize victory. Board. Chairman O.Sullivan put In mellow condition and sowed you may oncratlnc rovonuo cf rnllwavs derlln of his Having action, lack of harmony in tho Prison and a fair sharo of courage and h;r overcome overcome yourself, brings to light tho fact that many to ryo or lettuce. One of the best , flvo ana nvo,tcnth8 pcr tl -- world. For greater Is ho cent pcr what rt first move was to determino counties have, for a number of years, methods for securing this supply Is to mll of 11110 ao compared with May Tho Roosevelt forces regnrd cho could NOT do and tho list elihis i n m,- i. sending to the Stato Reform sow some rnx. preferably In a patch wlthdrawl as a moral victory for tlwir minated from consideration was a ion tered though you be, tho power of con-- ! 1911, and Ul3t for Ma- - 1311 wns j per cent less than movement. Tho Ohio Stato Commltteo School dependent children who aro Into which tho chickens can lx turned and clght-tontsho could quest ono. At last .she found that not guilty of any real offenso agnlnst nfter It gets a good start The adCourage! You aro ready to begin. do well but ono thing sho could dmi vantage of this crop Is that It will law but who had been either neglectdolls. ed or abandoned by their parents. furnish green food until winter sot ln. WE MUST FORGET. Tho nroblem that confronted her Many of thesn children will probabThe Titanic! then was how to make a living by A California render writes mnklnir ly bo returned to the counties which You have not forgotten how the problem was dressing dolls, and Uiat Inquiry for literature on the subject of aro their proer guardians. tho scientific raising of com and wheat easily solved. Sho know thero was great liner on the 15th day of April LINCOLN INSTITUTE TO OPEN Not always a good market tor dolls and crashed Into the Iceberg that fared j under dry farming conditions. ' Doors forth from the frozen north and of how having an Index of such literature at dolls are always In deIt slid, like a great coffin, holding Its Principal A. Eugeno Thomson nn- - . hand, tho writer would suggest that his mand. So she began designing doll 1,700 dead, down to the beasts and the j nounces that Lincoln Institute Nor- - ' corresoiidcnt wrlto stating his needs sent her designs to a ooze of t v.-- sea, two miles below. dresses and ' mai and industrial School for color- - 10 1110 slate experiment station at Iter- big shop In New York and last year Nor W jm the captain of millions I keley and also to tho department of ed young peoplo, at SImpsonvllle, sho received $2,740.85 for her work. and the peasant stood together at the' will bo open for students Oct 1st. agriculture at Washington. From both every girl could design rail as the cruel sea carried off their Now not The Principal and tho Trustees have sources bulletins enn bo secured which will take tip lu n thorough nnd doll dresses but every girl can Jo loves and hopes. been laboring effectively to put this But already it is a dim memory. manner the polut our friend sonio ono thing better than any other Institution ln efficient working order mnkeJ Inquiries nlmut Just as that vast Iceberg ln the midgirl and it sho Is wise enough to foldle of the north Atlantic, towering up opening Its doors. Tho results I low the doing of that one thing sho 600 feet like a great monument to tho are very gratifying. The California experiment station living and often a splencan mako a dead below, had drifted Into warmer Tho Shelbyvlllo Business Men's has found tho application of melted did living. waters and melted, so after tho first I' Association has passed resolutions asphaltum to tho lower trunks of And the same rules should govern shock of tht shuddering plunge of tho I endorsing tho school. poach treses n very effective method of a young man In the selection of his Titanic was over so swift does ono FAYETTE OUT FOR ROOSEVELT ' ridding them of borers. Somo tree woe tread upon another heels are we Hfo work. A mnss convention was held nt ttint wero badly Infected were given beginning to forget. I'haltum early In tho Fayette County Court House Sat- - two conts of ,ho Violent emotion, great sympathy. READ AND THINK uru,n' " 'v"u V. V oml urday afternoon for the selection of quick forgetfulness these are the Inspection showed that the tre! ,, ... r. features of our modern Ufa Wo hear much cald roent dispose,! of 03 per cent of the Somo there are who never will for' Delegates wero chosen to represent borers, smothering about the peoplo ruling and Indeed get those that were ln mo county in tno tn congressional the trees and keeping out those that our government was founded upon Tho memory of the ship's tragedy District Progrccalvo Convention to would hnve gained an entrance. The that principle. At tho same tlmo It hrfs burned Into their consciousness a be held nt tho Lexington Court llouso asphaltum did not Injtiro the tree In when the govern-mwas recognized scar that will not disappear, but ln on Aug 1st. This convention pledged any way; neither did It Interfere with was established that the rule the general consciousness the thought itself to put a full ticket In the field their growth. is as unmindful as tho wave above peoplo If wis and Just preof the By Rev. ANNA 3ufTrgit nd next year at tho county convention. dead. the supposed tho broadest Intelligence. Lecturer y H. SHAW Tho Idea of storing water In natural We are like children. $ Hon. Lesllo Combs of Fayetto County basins for Irrigation purposes by build-lo- g our Hunco the establishment of by American Press Association. Photo Scarcely have the tears dried from called tho convention to order. Judgo InPublic School System; hence tho retaining datmt Is centuries old and our eyes than the smiles appear. As Trlbblo was elected chairman. 1 being put luto practice In hundred sistence upon the education of tho when the Titanic went down and the Clark, Pendleton and Harrison of places throughout the arid and semi-ariHY THIS ERA OF DIVORCE AND DISCONTENT I masses. waves closed together above It, makCounties havo also held conventions. west. Tho Impounding of a stream We all bellevo la tho rulo of the ing smooth waters, so do we forget MAN. flow for tho purpose of regulating the A LARGE CHECK peoplo but that tho peoplo may rule we forget! Lest This, in a word, is one answer to a question often Tho largest check over given tho amount of water used for jower pursensibly they must read IntelligentGo to tho steamship ticket offices. pose Is not so new, but has much to asked. Man and Lis morals or lack of morals aro at tho city of Loulsvlllo was a check Will you not And the same surging for ly and think wisely and patriotical1,387,G00 banded to Mayor Head In commend It. Figures which have been crowds? And even today over the root of the trouble That thoro wore fower divorces when the old ly. gathered by tho geological survey Tho people rule by their votes, and treacherous waters tourists lounge on fashioned woman had hor day was because sho was NOTHING tho City Hall, given by tho Bylles-b- y show the need of adopting this plan In the decks and the owners of dancing Company of Chicago ln payment tho case of a ln voting they should not bo influennumber of eastern basin, feet find pleasures. MORE NOR LESS "THAN A PAUPER. for 9,250 shares of tho city stock where power plants are not only cripced by prejudice or passion, neither It Is only the surface of our recolln Uio Loulsvlllo Gaa Company. Such pled by flood wnters In tlmo offresh-eta- , tihould they bo controlled merely by lections that gets printed by the day's THE CAU3E OF THE NUMEROU8 DIVORCE8 IN THI8 COUNTRY checks aro not often handed out. but handicapped for lack of power tho feeling of friendship, the promAT THE PRE8ENT TIME 18 THE LAX MORAL8 OF THE MEN. events, and tomorrow's now ImpresIn seasons of drought ise of rewards or tho hope of persion wipes It out Tho old fashioned woman took everything. Sho had to. Moro 60 YEARS Some things ought not to be forgosonal gain. Tho good of tho comA dope for killing chicken lice that EXPERIENCE ttenthe criminal carelessness of the capablo and independent, tho now woman doesn't. Sho is showing munity nlcno should control. Is highly recommended by poultry ex ssastBsr ship's owners, tho gambling with hor husband that IIE HAS TO MIND HIS P'S AND QS TO The American people havo great ports who have tried It Is made as problems to sclvo ln the political death, tho taking of chances to save KEEP OUT OF THE DIVORCE COURT becauso she can got follows: To n mixture of three part money, tho speed mania. All these campaigns this fall and they will should be remembered, of gasoline and ono part of carbolic and there along very well without him, and ho can't havo everything his own only be solved rightly It tho above should bo exemplary punishment, but acid add and stir In thoroughly all the plaster of parts It will moisten. Take way. What's moro, sho proves it, as tho statistics will testify. principles aro taken Into consideraHumanity must forget! I flADC MARK tho hen by tho feet In ono hand and DCIIQNS tion by the voters. We cannot ulwnys go mourning with 18 A DOMESTIC REVOLUTION THAT JU8T HAD TO COME, THI8 with the other work tho powder thorCOPVniGHTB Ac regret Mercifully are our memories AND IT COULDNT BE HELD BACK MUCH LONGER. WOMEN READ and THINK aro tho mottoes Anron landing atkttrh nJ dttcrlnUw ARE a ultra r eucariadi ciitr okIiiIiiii fi oughly Into the flurfy feather close to vthsr au made like children's slates from which should be blazoned everywhere. that pt.tMlfthls IN THEIR MODE OF. THINKING. the body. This treatment should be THEY NO liifin antiotl U COhH(lnt 1,d. HlNUIlOnK Coiumuiiltv MORE INDEPENDENT M atricllT onl'fttruU Bead both sides of every question, may be wiped tho horror of cataclysm repeated at the end of six or seven ALLOW THEM8ELVE8 TO BE TRAMPLED ON AND WON'T LONGER rtnta Ufctm lb rough Muiut A Cu. rctM hear the argumonts put forth by all and cruel vUltutlou. day. The sitting hens should be givAnd so the easant builds bis cot- SUBMIT TO THE CARELE88 OR DOMINEERING WAYS OF THEIR ITtetilnvtUi, without cbarir, tutu tho candidates and sift them, casten a treatment before the cggn are put tage on the verge while tho crater's HU8BANDS. ing out the chaff. under them and ngaln at the end of Up Is warm. And so the smooth sea A handom1f UlnatrktM wvtilf. larrMt clr Thero can be no tuch things ns smiles, und the first nnd second week. The roost-e- r ttr Tho woman of today is of a highor standard than the woman of euUliim of luoulL.ii"tldo J mi riml, Ttnut, 93 U BoMljfcl) mwtiteiir. should be treated along with other Just nnd fair popular government We forget. kUNN bygouo days. Co 3ejDrU.d..r New York members of the flock. when tho people refuse to listen to Wo must forget! The Citizen yu ... Iist-flic- cool-lndc- I'e r iltit I - - bo-'t- age-lon- -- o Com-mlttu- o. , fw, tw w. 'ur ' A Domestic Revolution That ' well-dress- Just Had to Come B Blame Men Women salts-facto- ry For jSL fm of01d ere now-a-da- Divorces '. ,7 et jtP y d I nf Scientific JtiMricatie August I, 1912 THE CITIZEN. Page Three. Lincoln, and the sculptors nnd marble-me- n have had their share of IL Why not give labor and the public a whack it the money? "A great highway is always a good thing. It will glvo employment to hundreds of men. Their feed will glvo business to many dealers. The right of way money will benefit many people ,lonK ,lie n- - Tl,en ,R,ro wl" lj ,n inglneers nnd superintendent nnd all theso Incidentals. Tho cost will bo Immense, nnd It will be sen tiered along from tb9 "Already muny thousands of dollar have been expended In monuments to fm Vu cat (JOKSRNSL. tarAia-iA- U MAT, HI MIM1 A BICI HIT KTITKM7 IHIU, AMTMAT II CM AIAIIV (HI Bit NAVI T TAT Vt WAS! A JISI. KllAVaIAM Mjitft inn uxi (TtttaJim mat, ricAsii nii Mil n ?im ikit. t . OUR TEACHERS' DEPARTMENT fHE JACKSON Edited by Prof. Charles D. Lewis yty dear Teacher, Aro you dolmr. anything, learning anything, thinking anything, deserving anything? It co It Is about 1 1110 for you to bo Bonding a letter to tho Teachers' Tl Wr Aj TKia.Txi msi jmt iiMrtr tritm, T (Condurlr.1 by the National Woman'! Christian Trmprinc Union.) CAUSE OF CRIME AND MISERY More Wickedness AttrlbutAble Liquor Traffic In United State Than Any Other Souree. to MAKE-U- P OF NEW ALPHABET o (Br HKV, JKaaB IIII.U Portland. Me.) Thcro are three decision! of tbo United mates Supremo Court which wo need to keep with ui. 1. In the caao of Crowley vi. 137 U. 8. Reports 86: "Tho statistics of every state show a creator amount of crlmo and misery attributable to tho uso of ardent spirits obtained at theso liquor saloons than to any other source." It Is undoubterly true that It Is the right of every citizen of tho United States to pursue any lawful trade or business, under such restrictions as are Imposed upon all persons of the samo ago, sex or condition. 2. In the caso of tho state of Kansas vs. Zlcbold and Hablln, 121 U. S. rJtoports "We cannot shut out of view the fact within the knowledge of all that the public health, tho public morals and tho public safety (may bo endangered by the general use Chrls-tenacn, 623-66ta Chinese 8eholars Oevlie List of Forty-TwLetters Drawn From Different Languages. Heform la In the air In China. Tho foung Cblnse, educated In the unlver-lilie- s of America or Europo, aro no longer content with the characters In which their language has been written (or thousands of years, each character representing an Idea not a word and there being about 80,000 of these. They are trying now to abolish these characters and to replace them with letters that will represent sounds. No other alnglo languago could offer them a suitable alphabet, for thero are sounds In their tongue which exist In no other. Chow III Chu. secretary of the Chinese legation In Home, has been devoting his tlmo recently to making up an alphabet suitable for Chinese. Ho baa been assisted by Messrs Wan and Chou. and Slgnor icf Intoxicating drinks." S. Once more, In the Instance of Itlvetta dl Solonghcllo, profcsior of Japanese and Chinese" at tho Oriental tbo llcenso cases In tho 46 U, S. "If a loss of revenue Institute of Naples, one of the great'.should ccruo to the Unltod States est polyglots In the world. Tho latter gives this description of (.becauso of prohibition) from a dlmln-4ahc- d consumption of ardent spirit, the alphabet that has resulted from their labors: sho will be a gainer a thousandfold, "To represent exactly all tho sounds Jn the health, wealth and happiness of of the Chinese language," said he, "we ftno people." You may not send a letter through have had to draw upon almost all extbo postodlco to exploit a gold mine If isting alphabets. The alphabet we thcro Is no gold In the mine, becauso have composed consists of 42 charactho United States must protect Its cit- ters, of which 23 aro vowels and 19 izens from Imposition. You may not aro consonants. "Of tho vowels, four aro token from send a newspaper through tho mall with tho advertisement of a lottery, tho Greek, four from tho Russian, Ave becauso society must bo protected from tho Latin, one from tho Chinese; irom those who get something for of the nlno others, two are what we nothing. Hut you may open a saloon call 'modified' or 'prolonged' and sevand grant to a man "letters patent of en are reversed. "Of tho consonants, 14 aro taken state Ignoblllty and decorate him with a cross of tho national legion of dis- from tho Latin, threo from the Hushonor knighted, as It were, to bo tho sion and two from Uie Orcek." With those letters It Is posslblo to dram-selle- r to tho sovereign majestios write exactly all tho words of tho of tbo state In which you live." spoken Chinese langungo that Is unreSALOONS OF NEW YORK CITY derstood from ono end of tho now public to tbo otlfcr. G73-G2-- ' 'Gotham Holds 30,000 Government Permits to Sell Intoxicating Liquors-Sal- oons Number 13,000. New York city holds 30,000 federal 'licenses, or government permits to sell liquor. Her saloons number 13,000. She has plenty of hotel bars and wet grocers, and plenty of drug store. Nevertheless, all of theso added together leave thousands of licenses for conblind pig and cern. Her pollco alone cost more than tho money she receives from her drink traffic, and her charities, dollar DEWEY'S DOG IN BAD MIX-U- P Chewed Up Two Pairs of Admiral Evans Trousers and Destroyed Copy of Navy Regulations. Admiral Dewey had an English bulldog of which ho was very proud. So marked was his affection for the dog that an ntmosphcre of "love me, lovo my dog" had sprung up around tho admiral and tho canine. It Is further reported that tho animal came near causing trouble between the head of tho navy and the lato "Fighting Dob" Evans. Admiral Dowcy while on a tour of Inspection when he was In command of the Pacific squadron took the dog along with him. He lost sight of his pet on Evan' ship, but In a fow minutes saw him hurled skyward from the companlonway as If shot from a cata-pauWith blood In bis eye, says the New York World, Dewey Admiral rushed over to see the reason for the sudden ascent, surmising correctly lt Hut Micro Is another kind of man who may bo elected, nnd ho will mako moro of an effort, In moat caRct, than tho man of tho flrjt n type. Let mo dcscrlbo him. B6lWe6l1 GflUnileS Department. Ho known llttlo and cares less for Alnnof f hn Rnntn Your friends aro anxious to hear a good teacher and a good school. . niuilg 1110 IIUUICi from you and it will do you good to Ho does not caro to educate his own family or tho family of his neighbors. wrlto. Ho Is willing for tho children to sit Let ub all know what you and your In dirt and play In the brush, llo FROM GULF TO GREAT LAKES, neighbors aro doing In your corner has no sympathy for now laws, nnd I "For generations tho great highways of tho educational vino yard. will not help enforco them. If tho will benefit tho general public ns only law demands It ho wilt visit tho Miss Alma Rlttsnbarry, Chairman of t KOOd road can benefit. True, all tho the Jackson Highway Committae nation cannot bo directly benefited. school, but with no good results to Election of Trustees. Talla of the Work Don Toward a Neither can nil the nation see a mouu- teacher or dlstilct. National Monument to merit or other public work. An election of far moro Importance Why does such a man seek tho "It rnthcr strikes us that a great to tho averago man, woman and child offlco? Many of thoso who read this The Alabama Daughter or 1812 than tho election of President will can nnswer tho question, but that behind the movement to build a trans- - 1Uout tho best Idea sprung recently, tako placo In a fow days now. It is nil may boo It In black and white, 1 continental highway connecting the I After we get ono we may get more, lakes nnd tho gulf- -n connection need- tho election cf school trustees. Tho will nnswer It hero: "Alabama Is Interested in highways honor of Andrew Jackson, a right now. and she may dedicate them Ho has a relative or a friend who ed-- I" President under whom wo llvo for nonurocnt to the man who did much to her famous sons as monuments-thin- ks tho next four years may not affect wants tho school, It may bo, or ho I ho that ho can get tho tcachr for ,bl" Brenl eciloa traversed by the ono to King, one to Dixon Lewis, one character and futuro prospects nppreclablo to board with htm or otherwise get Jack8on highway, but who has very to Campbell, ono to Powell, one to of our children to nny . i fnm mnmimont. h.,nt i hi. extent, but not so with tho trustee. a personal reward for "giving out tho jma Rlttenberry In Southern Good ton. many to the Confederate heroes, community you will elect n oviiuvii, ui uu uiujr iiujiu 10 get an Roads. In yur many to ber other famous sons." better than any Influence through the district man who knows or In June, 1010. a bill In congress to Last May the Daughters of 1812 other person In tho district what it county board which will bo of some build a highway from Washington to wero Invited by the national good Gettysburg ns a monument to Lincoln roads congress to submit any resolutakes to mako a good teacher; and selfish advantage. I blush to wrlto the above, hut It WM Severally commented on by the tions they wished before that body. knowing this, will employ tho applindInK PaPe the country The They offered their resolutions and gave cant moat fitted to do tho boys and Is truo of districts In every county uiiujiiiKuuui uwklt m luui iimespenn-Intheir plan and purpose of the Jnckson girls real and lasting good, regard- of our state, on "Roads For Monument" said: highway and Invited other patriotic Thero Is still a greater shamo to less of tho nlcco, brother, or person"The proposition to build a 'big road' societies to join In with them In merecord, howovcr, than tho ono given: from Washington to Gettysburg as a morializing any spot or link along the al friend who may apply. Will ho bo a man who will tako Thcro aro teachers, yong men nnd route that belonged to that period of tho young women, who hold tho State's an Interest In tho affairs of history. Our plan was unanimously school, and visit It often, and do all commission to teach who havo n great Indorsed, and we were so encouraged that wo stnrtcd Immediately on our that ho can to ojferco tho new com- share In fitting or cpolllng our chil campaign of creating an interest all pulsory attendance law and get tho dren for citizenship, for life, and along the line, and we havo been most young pooplo who aro above tho ago for eternity, who use all kinds of lucccssful. that Is effected by It to como for methods to get Into offlco this falso I Much of tho highway Is already built do trustco who will for somo of the tho good that the school will There are many mile of good roads. reasons given employ them them? to In fact you can go all the way from Will ho sea that tho grounds aro "teach." Indianapolis to Chicago spinning in kept neat and clean, that tho housi It Is painful to cay this, but wo an nutomoblle. Tho old Louisville and Nashville pike has been given as a link is scrubbed and tho windows washed, cannot euro sorlous disorders without by Mr. U. A. Somers, chairman of tho that there Is a blackboard upon which severo methods, Lincoln way, nnd this has been lndors-iit tho teacher and children can write, j Rouso you, teachers, parents, by Louisville's mayor and Commertho new drinking cup law Is not zens. Tako away from our schools cial club. The plko from Louisville to only enforced but appreciated? If tho cuTso of that falso trustee, aud Elizabeth, Lincoln's home, Is to bo he Is tho man who will do all of thews glvo them tho blessing of tho true, called tho Lincoln way. That is Just you who elect hltn aro You can If you will, and do It on things then as we asked, so it Is a link In the Jack-io- n wlso nnd In a way to be happy and August 3rd, 1912. highway. If the people between Moprosperous In tho futuro, If not now. c. D. L. bile nnd Montgomery wish to nnmo a certain spot or link for Father Itynn sr Admiral Serames we would not object, so It 1st a link In the Jackson hlghwny. The main work of our committee is to arouse sentiment and to get the counties to issue bonds to build In the mlsMng links. Some of S rORTION OP ROAD ALONG ROOTS OF TOT JACKSON II 1(1 II WAT SAME ROAD AFfMt the counties have not built their roads; UIFBOVEHONT. 'some hnve. Our plan Is feasible, pracJ monument to Mr. Lincoln Is rather to tical nnd sensible, county to county, .state to stato. all the people to share bo commended than disapproved. I In the Interest and good work. HIGHWAY PLAN nSlfr .... ,...., ' g d cltl-th.- for dollar, outcoet her liquor revenue. Her hospital and correction houses ore full; her jails are overflowing; her court never close; and she nearly Alls Sing Sing with her prisoner alone. That's the way New York city makes money I Level-Heade- She came Into a friend's room one night and said: "John proposed tonight. He went down on his knee and said I was the only power on earth that could save him, hnd that It I did not consent to marry him be should (III a drunkard' grave." "What did you say?" asked ber friend. "Well." sbe replied. "I told blm that I was noL running a Keeley Cure, but If be really wanted to bo saved I could give him the address of several which I bad beard highly recommended." a beautiful girl. young fellow, but given to drink, thought himself In love with A handsome JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. -- UVfifc Dog Hurled Skyward. That girl was r. west Whlte-Rlbbone- level-heade- North- cohol and narcotic. Never before so many people refusing to tako alcoholic medicine. Never before so many temperance sermons being preached. Never before so much unfermented wine used at sacrament Never before, the brewers so persistently advertising their beer as pure, their beer healthful, their beer clean. Something ha happened and the liquor sellers know IL Saloons In New York. New York ha moro saloons than oil of the state south of Mason and Dixon's lino combined. Sho pays for them Is 27.000 Insane (75 per cent of which aro drinkers), and 1,200 deaths a year from alcoholism. No Use for Drinker. Out of 207 business mnn tVln- them just as they came, 97 told a reporter In California that no drinking iubu ui-c"I'l'i iu iiivm ior wore aa long a thoy could get employes. Never Before. Never before so many children in school learning the evil effect of al- Dewey' that some one had kicked the dog. He saw "Fighting Bob" at the foot of the step. "Slrl" roared tho admiral. "What do you mean by kicking my dog?" "Sir," replied Evans In return. "I'd have kicked that dog If he had been tho property of the president of tho United States! He chewed the legs off of two pairs of $15 trousers and destroyed an edition de luxe of the navy regulations." Dewey saw tho point and paid for now uniform trousers. "How did you get your son to study arithmetic? I thought you said a fow weok ago that that study was distasteful to him." "So It appeared to mo. nut I finally told him that nrlthmotlc wns useful It he wanted to figure the batting and fielding averages of the ball player, and now we enn't koep him away from bis multiplication and division table." posl-tlel- i The sixth president of tbo United States and author of the "Monro doctrine" was the son of John Adams, tho second president. He was born at Dralntree, Mass., In 17tl7. After jenrs of able diplomatic service abroad he was made secretary of state under President Mouroe, whom he succeeded In 1825. There being no electoral majority, the election was thrown Into the was elected to the lower house of representatives. In 1831 the bouso of congress, where ho remained until be died of a stroke of apoplexy on tbo floor of the bouse In 1848. , THE THERMOMETER PATRIOTISM By Dr. Frank Crano Patriotism Is a long, wldo word. I'nder It Is a deep cellar. Just what sort of thing your patriotism is you may ascertain by using this theraiomotcr. Tbo lowest degree to which a clt- lowest dewn. OF Tct. y , Only One Nose. The Question. aa the morning follow The daraeat hour of nlfht. No queaUon la aver acttled. Until It U settled rlfht -- UU WhuUr WUMt For sura Sunday School Teacher Why, Willie Wilson I Fighting again? Didn't last Sunday's lesson teach that when you are struck on ono cheek you ought to turn the other to the striker? Willie Yes-m- ; but he hit me on the nose, on' l'v only got one. n. Ivrn mnv ftlnk In nnt In hepnmo bank robber cr cutthroat or white only sluvo dealer; ln buolncss ho wrongs tho Individual number of others; but It Is to become a gralt-o- r, for tho grafter attacks tho very Ufa of society Itself, ho lets tho blood of tho whole people. The taut magnato who corrupts a legislature or Influences a Judgo, tho political lioss who operates a machine for con- trolling votes in tho interest of his ... .t,n .....n.tmnt tt n.v. rvj 1. s.aau aia i'ujh liiuu political agent U lobby for his ad- preceding classes. Tho offlco seeker is tho man who vantage, the city administration that penults vlco to contribute hush regards government as something money to tho pollco, all theso aro as that Is to furnish him with a Jb. I fur down ln tho scale of citizenship do not uso tho word "professional as It Is posclblo to go. They aro Iiolitlclan," becauso it Is conceivable HOW TO LEARN TO SWIM woiBO than thugi, fallen women, dlvo that a man might follow politics ns You can teach yourself to swim lniiir nml linmh throwers, hecnuao a nrofCBSlon With the highest BlOtltypical placo hunter has and you can do it In an hour or thoy mako and feed such. Tho man ves. But tho a man no principles, no views. 110 is higher up Is in reality tho 1, a 11 a The briber Is not so bad as tho grafter, for ho Is usually the grafter's tool. Ho at least has courago to commit crime, whllo tho man higher up Is a sneak and wants tho emoluments of crlmo wlthcut Its risks. Tho violent Includo all them that put prlvato or party vongcanco above law. They assaoslnato presidents, put nltioglyccrlne on doorsteps, burn nnd dcstrcy .ln rl0t8' not so bad as the preceding two classes, bscauso they aro Ignorant animals, or perverts. Tho criminal la t'no ono who preys t upon society. Ho la the enemy law. Ho lives for tho gratification of his own desires, without rcspectlug aro tho rights of others, or sucn thieves, murdeni s, confidence mm, end tho llko. nad as they aro th-- y arc many degreco better than tho - " tho havo dono it by following carefully these directions; First aud foremo3t, fix this thought "But this is law, I will maintain clearly in your mind: Tho water will' Unltl my dying day, sir, That whatsoever king may reign, bear you up. It Is fear and strugglo Why, I'll be Vicar of Bray 6lr." that Invariably send a person to tho bottom. The best way to acquire Then come tho entirely indifferent. confidence that ruakis for courage They havo nothing to do with poli- - and fun is: Go squarely and reason- tlce except as their business is touch- - jab,y ftt Beg,a ,n Etm water; ed or their peace disturbed, old swimming pool on tho farm is aro a little higher Just tho place. Wade out until your Tho up. They will servo on a jury or 1.. Enouidr8 are C0Vcrcd, squat a little tho militia. They do not graft nor aQd get your3clf wct ovcr Dont favor political corruption. e ieafit at5m afrad. even if u A llttlo better still Is tho party man, mUo watof d(ea gfit ,nto yQur n08Q who Is Interested In public affairs, and ears. wade out R ,UUe iurtnor pnd takes his placo In a political untll you up y0ur ch,nj an(1 organization as tho best means for ,lOW your toea wlll to leav0 securing results. Ho votes with his hottotn of tho pool. Do not bo alarm-part- y, right or wrong. ed. This shows you that you are a d intelligently Tho littl0 ngntcr thau tho water. Now man Is as conscientious with bis par lift your chost and with tho muscles ty as with hl3 church. Ho will fol- 'of your stomach breath deep, stretch low It when he thinks it right, and your arms out to form the letter T rebel when It seems wrong. Ho Is of yourself, atlffen your backbond or and hollow your back as though sud- sometimes called an insurgent mugwump. Ho Is tho Protestant in denly yu were a very Important and politics; a good, healthy, wholesome dignified person. Your toes havo trouble-makwho does much toward como up to tho surface now. Lean keeping political parties reasonably your head back freely as far as you decent. can, keeping your mouth shut. Llo The highest grade of a patriot is hack with absolute confidence, and tho man wo call tho reformer. We thero you aro floating. Keep your heavo bricks at him living and build 'backbono stiff, gently paddle with such your hands, and ycu are swimming. monuments to him dead. Of were John Brcwu, Wendell Phillips, Mako toward tho chore, of course. Henry George, Richard Cobden, and Then try It all over again. This tlmo Tho reformer Is kick with your feet very gently; Oliver Cromwell. not afraid to be In advance of pub- strong strokes might turn you over lic opinion, to champion an unpopuand frighten yu. Keep your bnlanco lar cnuoo, to bo In the minority, to and practice two or three times lu bo defeated, despised and neglected. straight succession. somo Reformcis may be thing that you will Tho nest are of them aro egotistical, some bo learning Is tho "V" stroke. Kick meddlesome, somo enjey tumult, and out until both hgs aro llko the letat ter V, like tho Irishman, "aro never shut them together like tho peace unless thoy are In a fight," blades of a pair of scissors (which hut they represent tho highest pitch gives a strong drive ahead), t which patriotism can rls?, for they draw them up sldewiso like a then frog nor caru not for placo, emolument, and kick porslstcnUy out again. Then life Itself, but only fci tho conviction try maklug your legs go as If you that has gripped t'acm. were climbing up stairs. Always remi0 Reformer ember the water wlll bear yuu up Intelligently Public Spirited .. I and tho great and only difficulty Party Man swimming will be out of your 7 about Law Abiding wayr Th4 Christian Horald. Indifferent ' 5 Otflcj Seeker 1 Criminal Editor Waxes Sarcastic 3 Vhlent A Kansas editor sarcastically 2 Briber that ho wants to buy a sack 1 of flour, a pair of Grafter trousers, and ' straw hat, and that he law-abidipublic-spiriteer n parasite. Ho 13 a follower of Vicar of Bray, wheco song ran: "" la ready tc receive bids on tho am. He says that Is the way the merchant do when they want two dollars' worth Glob. if job work.-Atch-tson V Page Four. THE CITIZEN. Mini Anna Smith left, Thursday (lunnlson, Col., has been appointed morning, for Dellovuo, Ohio, whero Dean of tho Colleglnto Department. sho will visit hom folks during tho BIRTHDAY OF MRS, DAVIS month of Austin. Mr. John F. HorGol, Dr. HendrW birthday, July h On her and "Mr. Myera of Clnclnatl on their $i 191 ijtr8, John Davis was plens- ny to tiny county tor a visit spent, hty surprised by a few friends ni.u Monday nnil Tuesday with Prof. nolghboro with well filled baskets Marsh, nnd hearts overflowing with love nnd Miss Stella G win ford of Rockcastle glndness. Tito dining room being toJ InCounty v hi tod Mrs. J, W. Evans iho small, tho slttlliK loom was used stead. After tho Biipiwr, games were part cf last week. latter goneul rood time prMr. Allen ISjglo relumed to lilts played nnd n ofiled. At 10:30 tho guests prepared homo nt Kirksvlllc, Tuesday, nft?r i to depart each 0110 confessing rpendl'ig two weeks In Beren. havo spent ono of tho most pleasant Miss Florerceo Armstrong, n ttu- - rvmilneH nf their llvt'B. Wo Wish (tent of tho K. K. S, N., on her way to Mrs 1)iiv, man. mon, birthdays and her homo In Bracken County Is visit' many years of real Joy and blessing lng with friends In town this week. which wo all know sho truly merits. Prof. F. O. Claik, who hno leon atROBINSO- N- CLICK tending tho University of Michigan tho past month, returned last Friday. A quiet wedding took plnco at tho homu of Dr. Cowley on tho evening The oiled streets appear to nn now tho dust begins to blow of tho 2!th of Interest to ninny . Dereatis when Dr. Benjamin on the streets not so fortunate as to bo treated with tho "Suro Duit Robinson wns niarrieu 10 .mi Cure." J. Click by tho Rev. Benson Howard Roberts. Dr. Cowley's premises aro marked I Dr. Robinson, n Clay County boy, wall that ornaby a flno Miss Click eight years ago when ments the street. Keep the good met the was a Bcrcn student. For tho work up. past four years ha has lieen In Tho approach from tho station to government employ, doing medical Chestnut St. la greatly Improved by work, establishing hospitals In tho the new retaining wall built by Mr. Philippines. He is to bo congratulatIt ed In securing n lady of bucIi marked Welch In front of. his premises. all makes for a better Berea. ability and sterling worth as n comi-n.tlo- n. fifty-nintj hi-ci- AiiRust i, 1912. 2o o o o o o ooooooooooooooooooooooooo LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA Fly Scoot 2 Gallons for 25c You can't afford to let the flies worry your cow or horse to dentil while the cost of keeping them ofT is so little. Try FLY SCOOT the way I fix it. I will refund your money if you are not :! :! :! :! pleased with the results. Don't forget thnt your order, small or large, will 5s :: :: :! be delivered promptly. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Mr. nnd Mrs. C. I. Ogg wer call-i- d to ifockcastlo County, Wednesday, Mr. on account of tho Illness of Ogg's mother, Mrs. Susan F. Ogg. Mr. J. C. Bowman returned homo CITV I'llONK Irt.l for n few days visit with his family Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. after an extended trip thru Tennessee and North Carolina. Wo arc very sorry to learn that DAN H. DRECK I'rof. Smith was taken sick with tyFire. Life, Accident, and Live Stock phoid fever at Manchester, Clay INSURANCE County. Will sign your bond. I'rof. Rum old has Just had his Richmond, Ky. beautiful house on Pro3pect Street Phone 505 ooooooooot)oooo oaoaooooaoaoaoaooaoaoi DR. BEST, DENTIST ' C. E. PORTER, Ph. G. Phono 10 Berea, Ky. her "beau- In view Miss KkhIo Fny nh'd repainted. L. ft N. TIME TABUS. 10:65 p. m. 7:00 a. m. 3:62 a. m. 1:04 p. m. 7:45 a. m. 6:30 p. in. Cincinnati South Dound Lootd. :15 p. m. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. BEREA (:&5 p. m. 6:M a. KnoiTllU Knoxvllle BEREA North Hound Local Express Train Stop to take on and let off patten-ger- s from beyond Dayton, O., or from Atlanta and beyond. South Bound 1:00 a- - m. 11:44 a. m. BKRKA North Bound 4:46 p. m. BKREA 8:37 p. m. Cincinnati a. Mr. Ned Ellis of Columbus, Ohio, lormer student of Berea, Is visiting his many frlncds in town this week. The Messrs. A. B. Dllllon, J. F. Herren nnd Dallas Rule, who comin pose the Liberty Auto Co. are Berea this wesk. "Mr. Dllllon nnd Mr. their Herren are accompanied by wives. of Columbus, 0., W. N. Toomey formerly an cmployeo of tho Printing Department of tho College, was visiting with his old friend nnd class- .mi" I mate, Chester D. Erwln, nt tho first of tho week. Tho home of Dr. L. A. Davis ha3 been very much beautified by tho new stono wall which has recently been built. Miss Esther Merry, a graduate nurse of Berea, who has been visitlast ing at her home In Ohio for some Miss Hazel Emercon camo Friday from Cleveland, O., for a two time, returned to Berea last Saturweeks visit with Mr. and 'Mrs. Bert day. Sho leaves next Saturday for Coddlngton. San Francisco, from whero she will Tho Misses Hclllday delightfully sail for Manilla, P. I tho 10th of cutertalned a number of their friends August. last Friday evsnlng at a lawn party The Misses Oenervient, Isabella nt their heme on Richmond St. nnd Crdellia Llndscy of Frankfort Miss Del phi nc Dunker returned nro visiting at Boone Tavern for last week after a pleasant and rest- several days. at ful visit with Miss Bess DeBord Mrs. U. B. Roberts was very forher home at Walnut Grove, Ky. tunate In getting the last set of Mr. Thomas Vlars of Scaffold Cauo dishes, given by Mrs. S. R, Baker last was visiting at tho homo' of Mr. anl Saturday. Mrs. J. W. DilUu at the first of the Tho new firm of Hclllday (Incorporweek. ated) will open up a stock of staple The Misses Bettle Lewis and Bertha r.nd fancy groceries In the Boone King were In Richmond last Thurs- Tavern block, next door to the post day. cfflce, next Tuesday, Aug. C. G. D. are HolIIday will bo general manager In !Mr. and Mrs. John Cornctt visltllng this week with Mr. and Mrs. charge. Mr. B. M. Williams of Richmond Cornett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. was n town last Saturday. K. Richardson. Miss Nelllo Coo returned last week Mr. Walter Heckman of Harogate, after a six weeks visit with her sis- Tenn., is visiting in Berea this week. ter In Kucxvllc, Tcnn. Mrs. Leonard Spencc spent part of Tho Misses Ethel and Ruth Todd last week at Whites Station with left on the early train, Thursday, for her sister, Mrs. Tlsdale, who Is very Harbor Springs, Mich., where they 111. will visit with their brother, Mr. A. Miss Bettlo Lewis gave a lawn D. Todd, for a month. party to about thirty young people Mr. W. E. Parks of San Francisco, at her home last Saturday evening. Cal., and sister, 'Miss Amclda Parks The party was ic honor of her of Bioomington, 111., are visiting their brother, UrmsUa'o birthday. After uncle. G. W. Parks of Kingston, this many games played in tho beauti- summer. 'Mr. Parks accompanied by ful moonlight on tho lawn, refresh- his unde visited in Berea last Thursments consisting of crecm and cake day. were greatly enjoyed. Sir. Claude Anderson who has been Wallace Cllmcr arrived, Sunday, Pttendlng tho University of Tenn. for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. for tho past six weeks returned to Berea, Tuesday Baker. E. M. Spink, now of Lexington. Is Mrs. Newcomer and daughter, Lillian, returned last week from Owsley spending a few days taking In tho fair and visiting with his brother, M. County wheio they have been spendsl,nk- ing tho summer. Prof. T. A. Edwards and Prof John Mrs. Julia Crump of Lexington, Ky., Arrived last Friday fcr a week's visit E. Calfee attended tho Teachers Instiwith relatives In and near Berea. Her tute at Mt. Vernon last Monday and cousin, Miss Bess Johnson, and lit-tl- o Tuesday. Mrs. J. P. Holcomb of Whlto Sulnephew and niece, Willahl and Ruby Terrlll who havo been spcndlns phur Springs, W. Va., after visiting two weeks at her home, returned to for several weeks with her son, U. IS. Roberts and family returned home Berea at the same tlmo. Cincinnati many Miss Click Is endeared to tho sympathetic nnd y tho kindness, tklllful care sho has no freely bestow, The B?rea Extension Tent Is 'n cd upon the hundreds who have come Berea this week. Iirgo nudlencs within the reach of her Influence durnro gathered nightly to hear tho ex ing the years she has done valued cellent addresses by tho new Extentervlco to tho community as head tak'ja sion Sucrlntcndent, Rev. Chns Spur-loc- k nurse In tho Hospital. Sho Knight, who has had a mon with ho- - the best wishes of all n favorable reception on his Initial tour. hhe goes to tho Philippines. Dr. and That Berea prefers Mr. Knlght'J Mrs. Robinson sail from San Iran belpful inspiring message to other the 10th of August KNIGHT IN BEREA 1 clf-c- Buggies BUGGIES! buggies! BUGGIES! BUGGIES! buggies! BUGGIES! buggies! .BUGGIES! buggies! BUGGIES! IIUGGIES! BUGGIES! buggies! BUGGIES! buggies! BUGGIES! buggies! BUGGIES! buggies! buggies! WE attractIons ' LCH'S and CREDITORS TAKE NOTICE As assignee of R. J. Engle and Son, W. C. Bnglo, being tho son, I will on Friday, August 'iiril. 1912 in tho law office of T. J. Coylo In Berea, Ky., sit to hear proof nnd receive claims against R. J. Englo nnd Son having of Berea, Ky. All persons claims against them will on or before said date produco them to mo either In person or by mall, properly verified as required by law or camo will bo barred. All persons owing R. J. Knglo and Son, or W. C. Englo will pleaso tome forward and settle and If not settled within 30 day3, same will bo sued. Tills July liCth, 1!12. J. J. Brannaman, Asslguoo Save the Difference" is noticeable. Tho tent was ,mckea laBt evening. Mr. Frary's singing reaches the heart. Go to hear them. Prof. J. II. Robertson who has been spending somo time In rtlchmond, Va-- , making historical researches, returned to Berea last Friday. Mrs. Goo., pick nnd children left last Thursday fcr Hamilton, Ohio, where sho will Join Mr. Dick who is visiting his parents there for several wicks. Mr. John Marlatt was a Richmond visitor last Tue3day. last Tuesday. The Messrs. J. P. and Tom Chenault of Richmond were In town on busi- tiful full blooded Arnblnn wcro booked for this season's tour of America. Miss Fny, who wns nn English woman by birth, wns touring Arnbla with her fnthor, who at that time was a member of tho English Parliament. o When n guest of tho Prlnco of at his palaco In Tripoli, the Prince wns pleased with Miss Fny and with nn Arabian yearprcsonted cannot ! I li: nrt of cooklnc i.nmv.i nut of a booK any ling. Tho young Indy shipped tho Wlillo mnrn fhjin tlm nrt of awlmmltiK or tli horse to lior futher's stnblo. art of pnlntlnff. Tho bout tencln-- la prac- roving tho green with her now pot, beat guide la aentlment. tice, tho sho formed nn nttachmont to tho colt, Loula the Hftcenth. nnd ho tho anma to her, and In his graco nnd beauty, the thought sho taw DIET FOR RHEUMATISM. something promising. With his In of tho diseases creating brnlnt and grace, and tho Rheumatism Is ono which Is especially Influenced by diet. , enreful training of tt mistress. "Ara- royIn acute cases a fluid diet of gruels. Ma" was quick to win acchlmt of vcgetablo soups and alt forms of milk alty nnd nobility In tho grcntoat collseums of Europe. aro used. At London, Pnrlt, Berlin, Naplts, Alcohol Is especially tabooed, drinks of lemonade without sugar, buttermilk Madrid, Motcow, Vienna nnd St. Po- nnd fruit drinks are pcrmlssable. Sac-- tcrsburg "Arabia," under the dlrecchnrln supplies tho placo of sugar tlont of Mist Fay, hnt astonished ho havo witnessed "Aru when needed without any of Its harm- thoiuandt bla" ndd nnd subtract, nntwvr ques- ful effects. Gout Is npt to follow an attack of Hons, "yes" or "no" by tho nod of liar rheumatism because of the largo ac- head, use tho telephone, nnd do other cumulation of uric ncld In tho system, nstonlshlng feats, displaying nn anl- Whenever it Is found In tho system,- nial Intclllgenco almost unbollovablo even In small quantities, sieclnl at- of any dumb brute. "Arnbln" goes to n big brass bed, takes off his night tcntlon should bo paid to tho diet Ono wlso old proverb to follow Is to CJ,j,( undresses, turnt down tho cot- Vat less, work more, worry less, walk ,,rgi arranges the plllowa, gets Into bed, covers himself up again and np more." Ma Dnlv Inst frvnil rnoiich to SUSt.tln tllO rni trl alnnfi. ' Eating too ,,x,bltloii with a startling and exclt- body should bo eaten. Threo slender Ing fire scene. Crushing down his stattinnli la frtPV h.irmfnl. meals a day. with nothing between ble door, ho dashes ncross tho lawn to meals, aro sufficient. tho burning building of hit mlstrest, Alcoholic drinks as well as sweets b reapK?ara leaping through tho winand BUgar should bo avoided even In dow with nn Infant child In hit mouth mild cass of the trouble. and his mistress across hit shoulders. Oysters may he served In this diet "Arabia" tho bono and removed. "Arabia" the "good-nightprovided tho hard musclo is horto will liquor,! appear In Lexington Milk seasoned with tho oyster at tho Bluo Orais when ono tires of milk, makes a Jeslr- - Fair August able change. Junket, or whey. Is borno by tho; SADDLE HORSES most delicate stotnaclfs. Sweeten a quart of milk with saccharin, add a tablcspoonful of rennet or a tablet ills-- Will De An Important Exhibit at Lexington Thlt Year. solved In a tablespoonful of water, a tablcspoonful of lemon Juice; let stand Outstanding In Importance among until thick, chill and servo. Do not shake, as tho whey will separate from tho live stock features of tho Blue tho curd. Tho whey may bo jourcd Grass Fair arc the two divisions ot off and used as a drink and tho curd the National Kadillo Horse Futurities given ns a food to bo contested at Lexington on Tuns- If milk causes gastric disturbances, jny, August 13th, and Wednesday. Au- it may be icptonlzcd. In n quart can KUBt mi,. On Tuesday the division put flvo grains of the extract of pan- (or foalt of 1912, and on Wednesday crcatln, a pinch of baking soda nnd a tn0 onc for division. gill of water: shako and add a pint ol Thg ,tako wos Inaugurated last milk. Put Into a warm placo for an' rcar by the Saddlo and Horse Show hour. When slightly bitter In taste chronicle, nnd proved to ho tho best and n g:aylsh yellow In color, scald on tnd mtlIt 0XCtjnK oxhibltlon ever put on Ice to prevent further fllgestlon.; e,vcn ln anf rlnK ftt an)r Knl thor. This milk will bo easily assimilated,, hlliag 51 oxhblts. , j as It Is predlgested. Tho renowaI of ,91i 8tako ror ycar. lings, nnd Inaugural of 1912 Futurity under same conditions as last year art already causing widespread Interest throughout the country, The approximate value ot each Is $1,000, to be dl THE PARKER SHOWS vlded among tho ten best colts or 01 lies. Tho two rings ot themselves would Will Present Several Headline Attracmake Tuesday nnd Wednesday th tions at Blue Grass Fair. ' banner days of tho Fair. Threo other stakes for saddlo borsei It is always customary for the largor tented enterprises (o oiler ono big fea- ' aro also provided: ono for $250 for saddle horses, any on ture attraction, sparing neither tlmo of $200 for saddle horsas, or expense to make It tho crownlg of tho mighty "Drag." Mr. C. W. threo years old and under; and ono ol saddlo horses Parker, founder and owner of tho Pur-ke- r $200 for thrco-galteAmusement Company, who ro- - and under. These stakes aro always malna at tils til ir fartnrlea nt Invin hotly contested and to every lover ol ,ln8 miles to worth, Kan., nnd directs his various lho honi are worth rnmnanlna trr m (hA hnmn nfflnn tnn. ' eelved tho Idea that a big European novelty would bo tho proper nttraoj us got together. Quit knocking tion ror his largest company, Tho yol,r Greater Parker. Shows. With this Idea mBINET has 5 r Mor-rocc- hr ir.-ntl- " 1 - jjh flve-galte- fen-tur- o d , d . m''Sr. ... ness, Tuesday. Mr. J. W. Coylo of Hamilton, Ohio, visited his brother, J. M. Coyle, from Snturday until Tuesday. Mr. and 'Mrs. Osborne leave for a vacation, today, gcing to Lakewood, O., and Toronto, but plan to spend most of tho time In tho Berea Cottage at Chautauqua, N. V. Tho Union Church congregations Mr. Allen Powell of Wagorsvllle, was a business visitor In town, Wed- keep up well this hot weather. nesday. The Christian Endeavor Mr. Horace Beatty of Kingston Is convention comes to Beren in Octo- lcr. visiting In Berea this week. Miss Raymond teturned, Wednesday. Her looks bespeak a happy rest. "Banner Bargain Day" Aug. 7th. Special Salo on lace curtains. Mrs. S. R. Baker. Mrs. Wm. Mullins of DIsputanta. af. ter spending a fow days with her eiBter, Mrs. J. W. Evans, returned home, Tuesday. Mr. J. G. Durham of Big Hill is visiting in Berea this week. Mr. Earl Griffith of Paris, arrived, MRS. EARLY Tuesday, to spend a few days with his mother, who lives on Boono St. Mr. I). G. Halre, Government Con struction Inspector, who has been In Berea for wvcnl 'wooks having the Trl-Sta- REVIVAL CLOSES Rev. Charles F. Hubbard, D.D., graduate of Amherst and Andover, Uncle Joo Hopper has been preachetudont at Yala and Berlin, Bomctini J ing at Whites Station, tho past week professor in Center College, Kentucky, with force, despite his clghty-thrnnd recent pastor In Minneapolis and years. Nino were added to tho church. Ho Is expected to preach there the third Sunday In August. 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. PUBLIC SALE AT 2 O'CLOCK. FOR SALE OR RENT THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1912 P. M. THE RACKET STORE ' provements. This is a very productive Farm all TYPEWRITERS: Save $10 by buyin grass but 40 acres, fine for Wheat, ing a tyiiowrltor now, greatest sala T!j!?"";oCo:.n' in history, bankrupt stock, Standard hasy and will be Made makes, like biand new, low as ten hit i rind frr,,. Itrtonn up Chestnut St. completed left last Known on Day i. fSale. dollars. Write for prices. We pay ex- ' irmation write me. preasago and allow 3 days trial Saturday fo.-- Washington, D. C. ' '" " f.0C'E' 37"- - .'".f Typewriter Inspection Co., r'-- ' Kr Berea Fair is In progreca this week. I. ll. JuNn. rtUCl., uanvilic,iyr, 235 W. St., Cincinnati, O. Opening day drew a good attendance. CI"ve.r-nnvornmB- n Tfti-.ir.1 en 7 room hout.0 One west side of Boone St., Berea, Ky. Piano furnished and ouo room reservI will sell my Farm at Public Sale town. Well and Garrard County lour and ed. Best location ln located in Rent necessary all LancasteronSugar $10 iter month, or calo price $2,f00 If Creek Pike, containing Coylo of two story sold within 30 days. See N. J. improvements con-U- t or wrlty Eli Baker, Harlan, Ky. frame dwelling in good repair, I Tobacco bam 20x40 ft. and other imFOR SALE i66i-ioacres, 1 HAYES BEREA C& "IR Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY August t, 1912. THF. fITI7.EN. SHOWS ed to this country by C. W. Pnrket especially for this season's tour of, Arncrlcn, Mlas Fay Is n most nttrac. tlvo young womnn nnd has succeeded In producing In Arnbla that which, all who Imvo witnessed tho exhibition do clnro to bo tho greatest nnd most pec fectly educntcd horso over exhibited In America. P-- i ' Five PARKERS BIG ! "SEE AMERICA FIRST" SPIRIT INCLUDE NEW ATTRACTIONS AND SURPRISES FOR THE PUDLIC. Company to Appear at the Blue Graat Fair It the Deit and Mott Complete That Have VUlled eKntucky. Till year, as cnch ycnr paat, tho Parker Shows Imvo added now nttrnc tlolis nnd surprises for tho public, founded nnd perfected only by great labor, patience and skill, with no Hpnra of tlma nnd monoy to mnko their organization that which It now Ik, tho most completo nnd boat equipped company touring thoountry today. Tho repcrtutro of now Ideas and novelties advanced nro far nbovo tho old stereotyped carnivals of n few years ngo. Mnny new and startling features will bo presented for tho first tlmo to tho amusement loving public. Tho now attractions, tho now riding dovlccs, tho now factories nro tho most unique nnd fnr removed from all others. Tho I'arkcr Shows have been uiade popular by 'their clean class and character of everything undertaken. Nothing of a questionable nature has ever been tolerated. Tho usual catchcar-nlv- WATCH OUT FOR penny nffalrs, games of chanco, etc., Jiavo always been conspicuous by their absence. Tho Parker Shows nro entitled to most of tho credit due to elevating tho carnlvnl business to tho high plane which It has reached. Their motto has ever been, "Cleanliness and Morality." Tho company this season Is tho largest, best nnd moat completo ever turned out of tho Parker Factories. Consisting of 580 people, traveling on their own special train of thirty-fivdoublo longth cars. Three powerful electric light plants that supply current to thousands of dccorntlvo lights that gives tho nil the appearance of real fairy land. Threo senan-tlona- l free attractions nnd a big thlriy-fivpiece, all solo musicians, concert band that glvo concerts twlco dally. e mld-wny e A Strong List of Attractions. A Hat of tho attractions to bo pre- sented by tho Greater Parker Shows, which nro contracted to furnish tho amusement features for tho llluo drags Fair, may bo of Interest to the public, so thrao Intending to visit will bo In a position to know Just what they will see. There aro no leas than eighteen separate nnd distinct attractions. In this long list there Is not one that could offend the most sensitive. To commence with tho band Is ono of tho very best ever organized with uny traveling compnuy. Composed of, thirty-fivsolo artists, under tho directorship of Victor Kstllc, n conductor of wldo reputation, this band It considered equal to any of tho noted concert bands now touring tho country, and the music loving people of Lexington and tho surrounding country nro promised n treat of rare excel lence, of both classical and popular selections. Mlts Wilson, Sololtt. Asalatlng tho band Is Miss Corlno Wilson, tho lady that "sings to beat tho band." Miss Wilson has a beautiful, clear, high soprano voice that sho has no trouble In making heard nbovo this largo musical organization, and has been featured with Helen May Jlutler, Ilrooks nnd others of tho leading musical and concert organizations. Chcfalo's net of looping tho "Death-TraLoop" Is one of the moat sensational, reckless nnd ever conceived as nn amusement feature. Cbcfnlo, starting from runway, tho top of a hundred-foo- t mounted on n bicycle, daahes down n steep ami narrow pathway ICO feet In length, entering and riding n complete circle of tho interior of a loop 26 feot In diameter. Ho enters tho loop through an opening on ono side. As' ho circles tho Interior of tho loop and hangs suspended from tho extreme top, head downwnrd, with nothing supporting him but tho tromendous momentum which ho has acquired, hla bicycle crosses a spring conected with below, which cloaes tho "denth-trapthe entrance and opens an exit on the oposlta side, through which Chefnlo concludes bis' exhibition by making n and landflying leap through mid-aiing on n platform 30 feot away. From tho tlmo Chofato starts his rldo until ho finishes Is exactly five seconds. From tho tlma his wheel croses the spring that closes the "doath-trapuntil tho rider enters onto tho trap it of a second. An Jutt exhibition of nervo and daring that la conceded ns being tho limit of all hudeath-defyin" r " three-quarte- refined nmuscment Is tho production of "Pharaoh's Daughter," founded on tho beautiful old Illblo story, nmpll-noby a bit of Egyptian mythology, which nffords nn opportunity of Introducing tho stntuo of Lota. During this part of tho program, this status which tho nudlcnro has been thoroughly sntlsfled Is mndo of marble, slowly but surely turns to n living, breathing womnn In full view of tho nudlenco. Mnny now nnd mystifying numbers, nnd bpnutlful, startling electrical effects nro presented that nro admirably staged nnd gorgeously costumed. The Dnnco of tho Shower of Sliver," a transformation spectacular dnnco requiring a dress costing over $5no, weighing 117 pounds nnd containing 2C0 ynrds of white silk. Tho Illusion, of tho "Phnntom Maiden," where a' lndy Is floated through tho air on a New Santa F Trail Along the Fort lighted stngo without any visible sas Valley, means of support, nnd In full sight of the audience, suddenly disappears as Tho "Seo America First" spirit Is through magic. taking a new grip on tho western Tho Wild Animal Clrcua Is a most states, according to information recomplete collection of Tralnod Wild ceived Thoy say from thnt section. Animals from all portions of tho out there that "If you must seo Euworld. Lions, tigers, panthers, pumas, leopards, bears, etc. Not only are rope, why, see It; but seo America these animals on exhibition, but each first." In tho flocky mountain region Just nnd every one of them aro trained to perform, nnd appear In tho large steel now the advocates of this patriotic bound arenn which affords perfect principle nro talking a great deal about the south nnd aro urging peoanfety to tho spectators. Chcfalo's Itoyal Hippodrome. The ple who live In the west to visit the same man that makes tho rldo through southland and get In closer touch with loop Is tho owner of the Its people. In Colorado, especially, Is tho denth-tranbovo named attraction, nnd Is pre- this true. Colorado has had many southern senting mnny daring nnd startling feats of nervo nnd skill, nlthough not pcoplo within her borders within tho year and a special effort Is being as Bcnatlonnl ns tho "death-traploop, last put aro all big features. Combined with that forward Into induce moro to visit stato the summer months. tlieao nro n combination of big circus From Texas and Oklahoma last sumnovelties, Introducing acrobats, tum- mer, It is said, a large number of blers, wire walkers, gymnnHts, contor- peoplo Journeyed to Colorado In their nnd aerial artists. tionists They entered tho state nutomoblles. Hire llros, Musical Comedy, well by way of tho great Arkansas valley, knonn on all tho big vaudeville cir- which Is said to bo ono of tho largest cuit, supported by a bevy of pretty Irrigated areas In the world, cmbrao girls that know how to sing nnd dnucu. tng'more than 600.000 acres. The production Is well staged nnd far A new automobile highway has been removed and above tho ono time "girl show," often carried with some of the carnival companies. la Hilda Welch. The orcnnlzatlon Then thuro nro tho Colored Minstrel, now nssured. A largo waiting list Crnzy House, The Dragon (Jorge, Tho (llrl In tho Moon, The Outlaws, Tho shows npprecl&tlur. of the efforts. appear MuseumB of Wonder, where the Next week nn aitlcle will fully describing tho movement, and strange nnd curious from tho of tho earth nro exhibited and its piogress la Ucrca. lectured on. H. M. LUTES DEAD Tho big $10,000 Jumping horso pipe with a big Mr. Henry Lutes of Scaffold Cane organ, both of which nrc manufacdied, the 2.1th, at tho ndvanced nge tured at the big factories owned by tho C. W. Parker, founder of tho Greater of 90 years. Ho wes burled at Parker Shows, which will apepar In Scaffold Catio gravs yard. Tho burlil Lexington at tho llluo Grass Fair Au- bv'rvlces were conducted by Mr. Gar, gust 7 to 12. rard Combs. Mr. Lutes has boon a member of the Scnffcld Cane Christian church clr.co 1843. Ho leaves a wlfo und sovan children. The oldest BIG FLORAL PARADE ron was called frcrn his homo at Ilokchltc, Okie, on account of tho The llluo Grass Fair will, on Mon- death of his father. day, August 12th, put on ono of the most unique nnd largest attractions ever attempted by any association, CAMP MEETING AT KINGSTON that of a decorated floral parade of The Camp meetings which aro beautomobiles, when It Is expected there ing conducted at Kingston by Hev. will be 100 or more cars beautifully D. W. Young of Lawrcnceburg aud decornted with nrtltlclal flowers. Large prizes In c.1sh will be awarded, and, Kv. D. C. Brandenburg of Wllmore as the competition Is open to nil, this nro brlnjlug about a great religious Hundreds attend every should prove one of the moat beautiful u wakening. pageants ever witnessed. Don't forget imctlng and it is said to bo tho the date, Monday morning, August 12. greatest meeting ever held at that For information regarding designs, place. cct of same, nnd prizes offered, Mr. Sam Gulnn and wlfo aro doing the Secretary, John W. Bain, much good leading the song services. Lvxlngton, Ky. Tho meetings are calculated to hold several day3 ljngcr. SERIOUS ACCIDENT I s Carry-Us-All, Another attraction that appeal! strongly to tho ndmlrcrs of tho more ENGLE'S BIG SALE Lyon Irrigating Canal In the ArkanColorado. NEXT WEEK Conducted by J. J. Branaman Lack of drainage did not seem to af- feet them adversely. To sum up, tho two cniei points aro oecp planting and heavy watering. NEW YORK SCHOOL GARDENS built along what was known as th old Santa Fo trail, but now called the New Santa Fe troll, which has been designated as part of the highway. For miles and miles this highway is said to bo as smooth as a city street. The route leads to Pueblo, designated as the Pittsburg of the west, owing to the vast steel works In operation there; thence to Colorado Springs and on' to Denver. Colorado people ore pushing the construction of automobile highways In the stato nnd are looking to the southern states to do the sarao, so thnt during the winter automobile owners from that state can motor through tho south. Colorado has 33,000 miles of roads, o of which 20,000 are passable by nnd 4,500 miles are Improved roads. Good hotels and garages can be found In every town In tho stato where tho population exceeds 1,000, nccording to Information sent out from the state highway commission. From this same source It Is learned that 'Colorado expended $1,760,000 on its roads In 1911, and will expend auto-mobll- Even In the Heart of the Crowded Metropolis These Beauty Spote Are to Be Found. School gardens, for somo years a feature of education In smaller towns, havo at last taken root In New York. Even In tho heart of crowded Manhattan It has been found posslblo to turn a bit of the school yard Into a garden nnd there to let the children grow flowers and vegetables. In somo schools each class has Its plot, In others there was enough room to provide a plot for each child, but this, except in tho rural outskirts, Is rare. In one school, whero it was impossible to raise plants from the earth, a goodly part of the cement-pave- d playground was given over to boxes which afforded a homo for growing plants. Thero Is a largo so- LITTLE TROUBLE WITH TULIPS These Beautiful Be Made at at Flowers May Easily Successful Here In Holland. I $2,400,000 in 1912. I vlBltlng Holland Horticulturists hrlng back tales of how "Dutch bulbs" aro grown for the world In the land reclaimed from the Zuyder Zee. The soil Is sandy, superb In drainage and man recklessness. "Tho Great Hertlnl." world's groat-oa- t unlcyellat, It another mcrltorlua exhibition of norvo, science, and skill. Derttnl mounts to tho top of a lofty spiral tower 90 feot In height, tho runway of which Is eighteen Inches In width, on one wheel of a bicycle, and again descends nmld a beautiful disAn exhibition of play of daring that defies all laws of gravitation. Repertoire Is Varied. Mr. Geo. Gocdilch, n farmer, who lives near Wallaccton was seriously Injured, Satuiday, by falling from his wngon, which was about to turn with "vor. The wagon wna loaded to hay, and Mr. Goodrich Booking save himself from being caught under tho hay aud wagon threw himself in tho opposite direction, and in so doing struck his neck against a wngon wheel. tho It wna thought nt fltst that blow broke his neck as ho was from his nock dow", only tho uso of hlo fingers. Dr. lkitKIn was called and had lilm removed to tlu Borca Hospital, Monday, whero In consultation with Dr. Cowley It was decided to glvo nn examination. Mr. Goodrich was taken to Sclcnco Hall and y photographs of hla neck were madu by Prof, Humold. They so far hnva fulled to (IIkcIcco any fructuro and It Is thought paralysis Is duo to pressure on tho spinal cord, caused by the severe blow received. Tho Injured man Is still In a very serious (ondltlou and an operation may to performed in tho faint hopu of giving lilm relief. par-alylzX-r- FARM SGVi FOR SALE acres of land for salo In Garrard County, near Wallaccton, Ky., will sell for $55 per acre and give possession Jan. 1, 1913. This Is a great bargiln. D. N. Welch, Berea, Ky. Race Hat Retrograded. An archaeologist In the Middle West thinks that the Mnyas, who onco Inhabited America, had a civilization as far advanced as that of any early peoplo except the Qreeks. The dwellers In the Jungles of Yucatan, Guatemala, and Honduras are believed to he their descendants. GOOD ROADMOVEMENT Louisville, Ky., July 25, 1912. At a meeting of representatives of tho conmierlcnl bodK's and Automobiio Club of Loulsvlllo held July 23, it wus decided to prepare a definite plan e Good Koada meeting for a to bo participated In by rcprcstnta-tWe- s Til-Stat- Tho rcpcrtolro of shows nnd attractions aro of such a varied description that no matter what your desire for umusemcnt there is something that is sure to meet with your desire. Every-onof which tho company guarantees to bo clean, moral and of refined nature, A most novel nnd Indeed moat unusually meritorious attraction la the ono o offered by Miss Esslo Fay and her oquluo wonder "Arabia," tho horse with a "human brain." Arabia Is a beautiful Arabian, Import of Commercial llodlcs, Good Head Clubs AssoclntloiiB nnd Automobiio cf Kentucky, Tennessee and Indiana, to to held at cither Mammoth Cavo r Howling Greeu, Ky., probably tho r. Thla ma tlatter part of CAMP FIRETiRLS ing will bo perctdt'd by "foclability" automobiio runs from Loulsvlllo an Heron glrla aro in lino with ono of Nashvillo. , tho great iii0vcincnts of tho country. Stato Speakers of National and Hobcit3, who has had exMia. II. II. prominence nro expected to bo prcB perience In organizations, has bean out. Gov. Hooper of Tenuesfeo ha Interested to securo an organization already signified h's willingness to gliU. of The Camp Fire for IiJrcn take part, nnd others will bo secured cot responding t tho Hoy Scout Move- without difficulty. ment. Ono of tho salient poluta of this In this bIio has been most nitty meeting la that It will havo laid au enthusiastically assisted by Mlos ciMol-aof ac- d fore It u Sept-mbe1 made It a rich one. After reading of the Holland methods, the writer has this year produced tulips that are sec-- I ond to none, somo being more than ciety, called tho School Garden astwo feet In height and very robust with sociation, of which tho president 13 large flowers. Tho method of care Is Van Evrle Kllpatrick, principal of P. herein given In the hone that somo S. No. C2. The photograph printed Llncolti ftoad, tho Llncolu-Jnckso- n who have given up hope may be able herewith shows ono of the classes of Way, and the Jeff Davis Highway, to grow theso beautiful flowers to a P. S. No. 54, Manhattan, at AmsterImportance, satisfying degree of excellence. Many dam avenue and Ono Hundred and of nil thoroughfares whose Improvement would really U' other lots hnve been visited that are Fourth street, working Its little gara business benefit, and of Inestimab- very fine, where tho care and culture den patch. very similar to that followed le advnntnge to tho farmers dwelling has been by the writer. along 'the routes. Where Every One Loves Gardens. Tho two strong points In growing In Japan every one loves gardens, will not only consider good tulips are deep planting and Tho the making of roads but tho proper plonty of water. To provide' good knows gardens and makes gardens. th drainage (a supposed essential) the The children amuse themselves with ito of tho same. This means toy gardens Instead of mud pies, and operation of tho automobile In cverj writer dug out a bed to tho depth of model relief maps In the sands of 18 Inches, mixing the soli with some Especial consideration will detail. school the horse manure that wars playgrounds. Inlong recent sand and bo given the problem of unnecessary the marches, contained a largo per cent of planing- - amused soldiers, after making noise, In which tho automobile warnthemselves by little mill shavings, used for bedding. This ing signal plays so Important a part. was replaced home landscapes before their tents. and trodden down until In more remote times emperors and Louisville, Nashvillo and Indlanap-liwithin six Inches of the surface Then j ehoguns abdicated and Joined or representatives will soon ma?t a mixture was made of f good . In Kioto, to discuss the details of the meeting, garden loam, sand, and one--1 established monasteries fourth pulverized sheep manure. The that they might the better meditate which Is almost tho first Inter-Stat- e upon the eternal truths, and enjoy meeting to bo held In the Interest soil was smoothed on the bottom of gardens of their own designing. the bed, one Inch of this special soil Priests, nobles and court ladles all of good roads with a definite knowplaced evenly over the surface, the pracledge of Just what tho meeting Is tulip bulbs placed upon It and the bal- observed the conventions and tile rules of landscape art. expected to accomplish. top. ticed ance of the special soil placed on making of gardens and IllusOf After being wetted down It was about tratedthe garden books there was literMANNERS 600D six Inches from the surface to bottom ally no end In the leisured centuries of tulip bulbs. A little ridge of earth Are Made of Petty Sacrifices was placed around the bed bo that before the restoration. From Eliza Ruhmah Scldmore's "The Famous Gar. "This was a dictum of Emerson's when given a liberal watering the dens of Kioto" In the Century. water could stand two inches deep bennd it is well illustrated In table fore soaking down, which latter It did manners. Perhaps nowhero elso do very rapidly. Then three Inches of Oregon Children Make Gardens. wo see moro examples of personal Moro than 50,000 children In the fresh stable manure was placed on top convenience being submitted to confor a mulch and tho bed was heavily state of Oregon are said to be busy of watered, when no rain fell, twice each making gardens. This activity Is due sideration (or tho sensibilities nnd week. The tulips so produced were to an Industrial contest through which ethers. It la certainly easier more convenient to eat a chop or a second to none In local gardens. They It is intended to teach the children the dignity of labor. The superinthlckcn-wln- g by taking tho bone in were all singles, of tho Gesnerlana true type. Those In one bed Inspected tendent Is responsible for the Idea biting the meat from were especlaly fine were placed that and all parents as well as all teachers the hand and the It than it Is to cut the meat caresame depth as herein noted, In almost In the state were called on to help fully In pieces of sultablo slzo and puro adobe, covered with four Inches carry out tho plans supplied by the carry these to tho mouth on the of manure, nni. &ert well watered,. board. fork. In llko manner It Is simpler matter to lay your bread on the tab- again In Turo, and today we are Our tlmo Is two hours faster than le, 'slather tho butter on It with making our final Journey, and have tho Berea time, so that when It is jour knlfo and then tako mouthfuls como to Plcton where we are wait- noon hero It Is only ten o'clock In from tho whole cllco than it Is io ing for tho boat which promises to Kentucky. And they have an Imbreak off and butter a bit nt a time tako us tho four hours voyago to proved way of telling time, counting as you want It, tho hours from midnight up to tho Charlottetown. "Quiet eating might, It would secnf, For example, ono o'clock Tho trip to Economy was mado for twenty-fou- r. bo taken for granted. Yet I know n the pleasure of visiting the place In p. m., up here Is simply called thirfamily of charming girls who nil eat which Mrs. Frost's father was born teen o'clock, and wo never havo to noisily, npparently never thinking or and spent his boyhood years, and feho my a. m. or p. m. Our boat this evennever having been taught that ono of must tell tho story of that most in ing la to start at halfpast 16 o'clock, tho first essentials of table manwhich means 4:30 p. m. teresting Journey. Somo of tho newspapers, also, of ners Is to ke?p tho lips closed while, Nova Scotia Is tho birthplace spelling, ded, chewing." uto- a moro sensible several Breea workers, MIsa Camer on, 'Mr. Uurgess and Hro. Hudson. sd, hart, telefone, etc. PRES. FROST'S LETTER The Canadian money is not In The newspapers here have Canadi and shillings as In England, an politics to discuss, although tiny ' land met us, having como by Wash- give a great deal of American nowa hut lu dollars and cents, as in tho ington to visit Uen Hollander. ns well. Llko our mountains thla la United States, only It has the head I From Uoston wo sailed at 2 p. m. a good country to be born In, and of tho king on bills and coins. for Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, arriving many of tho young people go to "tho With good wishes to each and all, a Jin tho rain Friday morning. Uy Win. Goodell Frost. states" to make their fortune long day's rldo through tho "ISvungt-llu- o Country'1 described by Lougfllow wo reached Truro and spent tho night at a tavern, quito inferior to Uoono Tavorn,' though tho prlco All kinds of fresh and cured meats and lard. wo va3 only $1.25 a day, Saturday in Season. Fish, Oysters and took train 1C miles to Londonderry, All kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries. stngo 22 miles to Economy, wheie nud PROMPT DELIVERY wo spent Saturday night and Sunday Monday morning wo started back i: B. ROBERTS, tho stage at 4 In the morning, with : : Phone 57, Coyle Building, Main SC. a cold rain. Monduy night wo were or changed In :ucli fashion as tho meeting may con sldcr wise. The Improvement of three great highways will bo the central thought. TheEo aro tho Central tlon to bo amended I I me-jtln- g one-fourt- h one-hal- one-fourt- h - PALACE MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY Poultry ! U. Prop. t -- il Pace Six. THE CITIZEN. iuii uurry, nowi' P reins nna sin nro urisKiy uowii oc irn.i. me angei. nai- less and with sparkling eyes, wai clinging about her waist. Freckles worked his way with great care, dodging limbs and bushes with rim iiirin uiiiK. August i. 1912 Wheel "Wouta Tost less and 1)6 faiter than a bono nnd would take leM wstkmi nn tn th t.in tn. Insisted on another w .tni.twimi unl. hut set on flshtlng his battlo alone. He "'Jo one mental condition. If the Hlrd Woman was going to give up the i. rf trnnl.l el.M r.liti rhlrUm to tho second guard solely for the snko of her work nnd the presence of the .ncci i lhn r .tml.orlost. VVItb McLean It was a enso of let- ting his sober, better Judgment be overridden by tho boy be was growing 80 ,0 ,0T0 ,hnt h0 C0U,J, not bpnr ,0 , l0tll0 who exchnnKPd bath day clothes" Bttcdi M V, Perfunctory sort of klhdness for their 2,h!T-Freckles shook his head. He knew mcn vr.cro ns be .h U,?"h.t ,'h? salaries. The visitors that called on what he had to do, but there was no ,, . nminln it icu mat ue unrru 11 ne were 10 remain !.., h... kind that enmo with to Mrs. Duncnn wbllo ho wns so hut- three clnsses-t- hc f, ,cnr evrled. Ho exchanged his wndlng boot nm' bypocrlsy In,,,,.i.n by the bully of ihl local- - r tMl,,rthe ,.,. 1,1. .im. nnd went Ity, that he wns going to meet spinning toward town. He knew very that came In silks nnd Jewels nnd Ho must follow the Hlrd Woman's well whero the ongel lived. He hart plan nnd meet them nt tho carriage. handed out to those poor, little mothernamed her home ninny times, and he their chll- but If they really did mean to try to hungrynosouls worn toys that ,n COFYR1CHT, 1904, BY DOUDLEOAY, PACE lo"per enrcd for' cxnct'y n!",, n"1,n w"out even Inking help him lie must not allow It. Let dren CO. ""'o ruinicrt vi dis eyes irom me sireui, sucrum tho nneel trv to handle n rernlror In uu lwuue "l"ru ln wiucn lucy pucuea monkeys at tho 100." his trust nnd win alono meant to him .trnlght for her father's plaeo of buslhis defense? Never! Not for nil the bl8CUl1" to moTe thnn nny ra)npT he might lose, ani1 for ,he "nlne "'n"on- -o c ness. In the Llmbcrlostl trees She mleht The next morning McLean brought ,. .,,. they would take them nud bo amused Carrying tho hat. Freckles passed a Freckles promptly. Bh by what they would do: nnd tho third tho wheel, nnd Freckles took It down i0ne lino of clerks nnd at the door of Tho nneel dropped back on a sent: .hrni. ..h . class, thnt he considered real neonle. to the trail to test It It was now, . ihn nrivate office asked to see the pro tho hnt alio hnd taken off nud held ln h. ...i..i...i. n ...k CUBln,cs" wl,n " "ttlo as possible to prletor. e ber lingers rolled to her feet. "There," that tnornlng. yhcn ho had waited a Freckles permitted wno nuule nlm fcel tt,e' carcd lhat tch In hurried riding, nnd In every exclaimed Tchemently, "you can himself a grim smile ns he went speed- - he wa ,nfre nnd W0UJ haTo heen ment a tall, spare, keen eyed man wny the best of Us kind. Freckles , ffl0Mj him nnd In brisk, nervous tones glad to see him elsewhere. see what I'm going to be. Nothing, ii,B on absolutely nothing! Vou enn sing? ovr' here wns nIlotlcr class that asked. "How enn I servo you. sir?" When be reached the carriage the " nnd brother, Of course you can sing! It Is written rjlrd Woman nnd the nngel bad the hnd met ll,m n" 8 Freckles handed him the package all over you." and answered: "By delivering to your horso hitched to It, tho outnt packed Wlth ,llpm De wxM for the only time I "Anybody with half wit could havo and were calmly waiting. 'n his llfo forget the lost hand that daughter this hat, which she was after seen ho could sing without having to leaving at me place the other day when oive babe one of your revolvers, eT"7 flT tortured him with a new be told." sho thought. "It's In tho qolckl" snld the Ulrd Woman. "We PnnK- - Wnat sort of people were they he went off In n hurry. And by saying to bcr and the Dlrd Woman that slcndcrness of his lingers nnd bis wm fl creep up until we nro ln fair anJ where did they belong among the be knew? He had to give It up quick, nervous touch. It Is In tho range. The underbrush Is so thick I'm more thankful than I'll be having brightness of his hair, the lire of his and they are so hard at work that tbey because he had never known others words to express for tho brave thing eyes, tho breadth of his chest, tho they was doing for mo. I'm McLean's jh never notice us. If we don't mako "ke them, but how be loved tbeml 0lU ,n the world where he wns soon muscles of his throat nnd neck and, n noise. Limbcrlost guard, sir." You will' lire tlrst, then 1 abovo all, It's in every tono of his 1X)n i from m, direction, nnd K,ng were the majority like them or were they of the hypocrite and bun . voice. CHAPTER XI. UJL'U JUU. UIIUJ. UUU BUUUl UUIIt? U1KU. Freckles did not "Will you do something for me she r elwe very low. Wo mustn't really throwing classes? PROLOGUE. Ttnc uan or ArrAins. know, but he reached tho ultimate II Y don't you take It your This romance of Freckles and conclusion that people like the Ulrd do aDyMag , ho world you self?" questioned tho man of the Angel of the Limbcrlost is want tne to." said Freckles largely, The Hlrd Woman chose the middle Woman, the nngel, McLean nnd tho affairs. one 0 trie most novel, entertain' "ana lr 1 can't uo what you want 1 11 distance, nnd for n Inst tlmo caution Duncnns were very rare, hence their Freckles' clear gray eyes ine, wholesome and fascinating to to work at once and I'll try till I ed the nngel to Ho down and shoot "wed'oR preclousness. met tboso of tbo angel's father squareHe hnd forgotten tho excitement of co"- high, ns she moveI n way. , , itorics that have coma from the ly, nnd be said, "If you wero In my the morning nnd the passing of tlmo vj vivvu, iu uto. vTccKics revolver place would you tako It to her yourpen of an American author in thcro nnd ptand mu uuh thnt bank u.c, Bpnnged on steel. Theipni handle L.esa "hen dlslnnt volcw nroused him. nnd nnd before saw flew self hls henU- many years. The characters in sing somethlnn-anythl- ng l'arcr ana you think of from Wcssner's hand nnd he reeled be HofUy "No, I would not," said that gentleare-- : iue umTy orst." this sylvan taie with the Jar of the shock. Ulack Jack ui'urvr utvy vniuv, nnu man quickly. song that ho had straightened, uttering n fearful oath wngons rumbled down tho cast trail It wns n children's Freckles, a plucky waif who "Then why ask why I did not?" he could hear tht-plainly. The gang I guards tho Limbcrlost timber lcu Ior ,ne 1,11,0 I0'KS u lUB uoluo nls hlt wns tnken off by n shot from went shouting ttictiHelvi-- hoarse for enmo Freckles' Innibllko query. many times. The nngel bad not watt-- i the Llmberlost gunrd. Freckles didn't I the northeast "Illess mul" said tho angel's father. leases and dreams of angels. To fairy land we go. cd for the Hlrd Woman, nnd her shot ! He stared nt tho package, then at the fcel thnt he deserved It. He would With a sons of Joy, hclgh-o- l The Swamp Angel, in whom could ncnrcely have been cnlled high. lifted chin of tho boy and then at the have glveu much to be able to go out In dreams we'll stand upon .that shore I most At n Freckles' sweetest dream mathe same Instnnt the third to the men and explain how It wns, And all the realm behold. packngo again nud muttered, "Bxcuie shot whistled In from the east lllnck but only to McLenn could ho tell big We'll see the stents so grand terializes. me." That belong to (airy land. Jnck spang Into tho ulr with n yell of story. Freckles bowed. McLean, a member of a lumber Its mysteries ne will explore. complete panic, tor It ripped n beel "It would bo favoring mo greatly If At the sight of Freckles tho men Its beauties will unfold. company, who befricndsFreckles. you would deliver tbo hat and the hap from his bout. la, threw up their hats and cheered. McMrs. Duncan, who gives moth' Oh, tra, now la, oh. ha, ha, hal We're py Freckles emptied his second cbnmber Lean shook hiuids with as we can be. message. Good morulug, air," and bg I&BXIB a home to Freckles. Our welcome song we will prolong and and the dirt spattered over Wessner. but big Duncan gathered him wnrmly, love and turned nway. hltu Into his ' thlJk nnd Witt. JTST as A QUESTION Or WHO Duncan, head teamster of Mc O fairy land, seet fairy UnT w. .ove to B,'ota W,th("One mliiutc," said tho nngel's fanrms nnd hugged lilni like a bear nnd , SHOOTS rillST. n weapon, out even ther. "StipiMjoo 1 glvo you iertnlssloc choked over n few words of praise. Lean's timber gang. Nothing could hfeve given the Intense meD, broke for the cn,t roa1 ,n Rre,,u Tho ping drove In nnd Unlshed felling went skimming around the trait on It to return t tils hat lo person nnd make The Bird Woman, who is col011 a preliminary trip before he locked j our own acknowledgments.' sweetness nnd rollicking qunUty of 'enplng bounds, while leaden slugs llu. tree. lecting camera studies of birds sung nnd hissed nbout them ln deadly . Freckles stood one moment thinking the Inst wrnron rolled nwuv It In his ense nnd started tils mlnuto earnest. a book. McLean sat down on the stump nnd examination of his Hue on foot. He Intently, and then bo lifted those eyes Freckles was trimming his comers Freckles told the story he wns aching Klanced around his room ns he left It, of unswerving truth nnd nsked: Lord and Lady O'More, who as closely ns he dared, but If the nn- - t jell. The boss could scarcely he--. On the moss In front of tils prettiest "Why should you, sir? You nro kind Come from It eland in quest of a ' ludndo to mention It, and It's thanking gel did not really Intend to hit. sho llevc his senses. Also he was grently Beat lay tho angel's hat. I lost relative. was shaving the limit ln a scandalous disappointed. He went and picked It up, oh. so I you I am for your good Intlntlous. but The Man of Affairs, brusque manner. my wonting to go or your being "I huvc been almost praying all tho I carefully, gating ut It with hungry manner, but big of heart. ho nM -- thnt rnn I eyes, but touching It otilv to cnrrv It luir to hnvo mo ain't nrorlng that nrr. i''iwL-in.CHAPTER X. would have koine cvldenre by which ' over to his cose, where be hung It on your daughter would be wanting mo Wessner, a timber thief who tv rnnlil nmot tlti the stilnlnc liniiillo bar of ttiu new or rnro to Ixjtlier with me. r..iiniv nni toecklks wixs wants rascality made easy. The angel's father looked keenly nEN the men reached the trail them out of our way. but this will wheel nnd locked It ln among his Black Jack, a villain to whom Freckles yelled at the top of never do. We can't mix those women treasures. Then he went out to tho Into thu face of this extraordinary thought of repentance comes too his voice: "Head them off on UP lu It. They have helped you save trail with a new look on his face. He ' young man. and bo found It to his late. tho south, bovsl Fire from the me the tree nud my wager ns well. wns not In tho least afraid of any-- , liking. (Continued from last weeks issuo) uoing nooui tne country ns sue does, imng mat morning, lie leu ne wns lucres ouo oiuer tuing 1 menni 10 southr the veriest Daniel, nnd all his Hons ; say," snlil Freckles, "uvery day 1 seo onion could never bo As he had hoped. Jack nnd Wessner the lilril SYNOPSIS. something and at time n lot of things seemed weak and harmless. plunged Into the swale, A Pected to testify against them." freckles, a homelou boy, la hired by Indeed; nor the angel either. lllnck Jack was not a man to glvo that I think tbe Bird Woman would atorra of lead spattered after them. I Bou McLean lo guard the xpnilY tin-h- r up bis purjHise or to havo tbo bat bo wanting pictures of badly If sho In the Llmberlost from Umber UsUtm. The rrnwpd the swnlp. running low. air," said Freckles. You mlulit ho sneaking of It "The nngel V queried the nstonlshed swept from bis bead by a bullet and knew Freckles does nu work faithfully, makes with not even one backward glance. friends with the birds and yearns to know bear It meekly. Moreover, Wessner to ber, nnd If she'd wnnt mo to I can and entered the wood beyond the cor- McLean. more about nature. Be Uvea with Ur. Und things she send her word when The boss listened In silence while would cling to his revenge. duroy. and Mrs. Duncan. When Freckles gained his room be wouldn't likely get elsewhere." Then the little party gathered at the Freckles told of the coming nnd chrlsBe reeolrea to cat books and educate tenlng of the angel. tenderly laid the bat upon bis book"If that's the case." snld tho angel's tree. himself. He becomes Interested In a hug "1 know her father well," said Mc-- ! shelf and, to wear off bis awkwardfather, "and you feel under obligapair of vultures and calls his bird trleoda 1 u Deiier nx mis saw so mey can 1 1 have often seen ness, mounted bis wheel and went tions for ber assistance tho otber day his "chickens " bo using. It if .tbey come back." said Lean at last, "and Some of the trees he La guarding are you can dlschnrgo them tn that way. her. Freckles, taking out bis hatchet and young You are1 right she Is a beautiful spinning about the line again. worth tl.OOO each. Freckles' books arrive. girl. She Is spending, all bcr tlmo In tbo do not understand why "Weel. I be d rawed out" exclaimed making the saw teeth fly. He receives a call from Wessner. fields and woods searching for sub"Now we have to get out of here with-ou- t bcr father risks such a Jewel In this Mrs. Duncan an hour later. Wessner attempts to bribe 'Freckles t place," Freckles stood before her, holding jects. By all roenns let bcr know It betray his tniat. and Freckles whips him. bet tig seen," said the Hlrd Woman you And subjects you tblnk sho could "He's McLean oTerneara them and witnesses the to the angel. "It won't do for me to Jewel, daring It because she Is such a the angel's bat use, and we do anything wo can I've been thinking this agbt. air." said make enemies of these men, for 1 am "Why, she's trustingFreckles eagerly, that ye or Duncan would see long time for you If youwill glvo her wbat help will a rattlesnake to that sun Freckles' honesty saves a precious tree. liable to meet them about my work rattle before It Be finds the nest of the vultures and Is strikes ber, and. of bonnets werena braw enough for a you can and see that sho Is as safe as any day." Visited by a beautiful young glrL course, man- - woman of my standing, and ye're a possible." can "You can do It by driving straight kind asshe thinks sheman trust She calls Freckles McLean's son. Freeklaa welt "It's hungry for human beings I isn't made guld laddie to bring me this beautiful north on this road." said Freckles. "I that wouldn't layThe calls her "the angel" and helps the Bird get" said Freckles, "and It'a Ilka down the life of him hat" Woman tn taking photographs, HeLeaa go abend and cut the wtrea for aatav will She turned It about examining the heaven to mo to have them como. for ber. She don't need any care. promises to adopt Freckles. The swale Is almost dry. Yon "in OO FLTUfO," SAID THX BIBD WO- 70a. only be sinking a few tncbea at Her face and the pretty ways of ber weave of the straw and the foliage When It comes to protecting tbem I'd Freckles become very will MAN. are ail the protection she would need trimmings, passing ber rough fingers risk me life, to be sure, but even that friendly. Assisted by the Bird Woman, over the satin ties delightedly. As she mightn't do any good ln some cases. they drive Wessner and Black Jack, Um- Freckles' voice better scope. He for- most In a, few rods you will strike a to a band of howling savages." I will take down the fence cornfield. ber thieves, from the Llmberlost. "Did you say she bandied one of the held It up. admiring It Freckles' aston- - There's a good many dangers to be got everything but pride ln bis work and let you Into that Follow the fur- revolvers?" asked McLean. la tied eyes saw a new side of Sarah reckoned with In the swamp, sir." McLean fear more trouble, but Freckles with the Bound of bis voice. He was rows and drive straight across It until Insist upon being the sole guard of the on There was no way In which Freckles "She scared all tbe breath out of me Duncan. She was Jesting, but under the chorus, and the angel was shiv- you come to the other aide. lie followUmber. Frecklee call upon tb angel's "Seems the Joat tho fact loomed strong that could know It but by following his ering in ecstasy when clip, clip, came ing the fence south until you come to a body." admitted Freckles. father. that her father has taught ber to there was something tn ber soul cry- - best Instincts and being wbat be con"What do you do most?" she asked. the sharply beating feet of a swiftly road through the woods east of shoot. The Ulrd Woman told ber dls-- ing out after that bit of feminine flu- - ceived a gentleman should lie he surridden horso down tho trail from the "Watch me lines." Then take thnt road and follow east He resolved that when he prised the man of affairs Into thinking north. They both sprang toward the vntil you reach the pike. You will ttnetly to lie low and blaze away high, try. "I don't mean work!" Just to help scare them. Tbe spunky reached the city be would send her as of him and seeing bis face over his "Oh! In me spare time T keep me entrance, come out on your way back to town He "Freckles, Freckles!" called the voice and two miles north of anywhere tbey little thing followed them right out One a hat as tbe angers If it took J50 books many times that morning room nnd study ln me books." stepped to the curb to mount his wheel io the west road, spitting lead like to do It Woman, "Do you work on the room or the of the Hlrd are likely to be. Don't for your lives hall and clipping all about the beads She llngerlngly handed It back to and heard a voice that thrilled through I They were at the trail on tho Instant ever let It out that you did this," be books most?" him. and through him. calling: "Freckles! "On the room Just what It takes to "Both those revolvers loaded?" she earnestly cautioned, "for lt'a black en- and heels of tbem," "Now, will they come back7 asked "Ifs unco guld of ye to think of me." Oh. Freckles!" keep It up and the rest of tbo time on asked, emies you would be making." she said lightly, "but I maun question The nngel separated herself from a McLean. me books." "Yes." snld Freckles. wires, and tbey Freckles snjpped "Of course." said Freckles. "At your taste u wee. D'ye no think ye group of girls and came hurrying up The angel eyed him sharply. "Well, "Is there a way you can cut across drove through. Tbetbe angel leaned from least Black Jnck will. WcRsner might oaa best return this and get a woman to him. She was In snowy white a maybe you nro going to be a great the swamp and get to tba chicken held scholar," she Bald, "but you don't look tree ln a few minutes and with little the carriage and Into out bis revolver not have tho pluck. And tbe next with half ber balr gray a little plainer quaint little frock with a marvel of Freckles looked ber face and lost time- "- Freckles hesitated. headdress? Seems like that's far ower soft Ince about bcr throat and wrists. It, Your face isn't right for that, but noise?" toy for me. I'm no' saying that It's Through the sheer sleeves of It her bis breath. Her eyes were black and "What?" It's cot something big In It something "Yes." ber face a deeper rose than usual. He "It will Just be a question of who no" exactly what I'd like to bae. but I beautiful, rounded arms shuwed disJust great. I must find out what It Is "Then go flying." said the Bird felt that his own wns white as death. mauna mak raysel' ridiculous. boots flrst and stralghtest" Ye'd tinctly, and It was cut Just to the tmxs and then you must go to work on It. Woman. "Give the angel n lift up be1 high enough " ask"Then the only thing for me to do best give this to somebody young nnd sf her perfect neck. On her bead wns Tour father is expecting you to do hind me, and wc will ride the borso ed"Did shoot really forgot she lysweetly. "1 about is to double the guard nnd get the Pretty, say nbout sixteen. Where did i pure white creation of fancy braid something. You can tell by the way back to where you left him nnd wait ing down." If there's with folds on folds of tullo. soft nnd gang here the tlrst minute possible. y come by It, Freckles? he talks. You ought to begin right for you. I finished Little Chicken in Freckles winced. Did tbe child know As soon as 1 feel that we have the anything been dropping lately ye bae ill ken as cobwebs, lining (he brim, and away. You'vo wasted too much tlmo Do time and put him back, nis mother 1 great mass of white roses clustered ' rarest of tbe stuff out below we will forgotten to mention It" already." came so clore. I felt sure she would bow near sho bad gone? Surely she "Do you see anything heavenly about igalnst the gold of her balr crept Poor Freckles hung his head, ne enter the log. The light was floe, so I could not Or was It possible that she come. Tbo fact la ln many cases un had never wasted an hour ln bis life. set anu rocused the camera and cov- - bad tbo nerve and skill to Are like that til It Is relied it bard to tell wbat a that hat?" queried Freckles, holding about the crown and fell In a riot to There had never been one that was bis ered It with braucbes. attached the purposely? ber shoulders at the back. There wero tree will prove to be. It won't do to It up. to waste. Tbo morning breeze wared the rib-- 1 gleams of guld with Bettings of blue on long bose nud went away off over 100 " will send tbe flrst reliable man I leave yni here longer alone. Jack baa The nngel, studying him intently, feet and bid ln some bushes to wait meet for McLean," said the Bird Wo- - been shooting twenty yeurs to your bons gracefully, binding ouo about her Angers, and altogether she was read bis thought ln his face. "Ob, I A short, thick mun and a tall, dark man, gathering up the Hues. "If 1 one, and It stands to reason that you Freckles' sleevo and tbo otber across thu daintiest, sweetest sight he bad don't mean thnt!" Rbe cried, with the one passed me so closely I could al- - don't meet one when we reach town are no match for blm. Which of the bis chest, where tbey caught and cluug over seen. frank dismay of sixteen. "Of course most have reached out and touched we will send a meHsenger. It It wasn't gang would you like best to have with as If magnetized. "Ob. Freckles!" sho cried. "I was you're not lazy! Nobody would ever them. They carried u blc Haw ou their rnr imrinr t i.um. "Yes." said Sarah Duncan, "It's ex- wondering about you tho other day. vou If" ,hiih ma think that from your looks. It's this shoulders. Tbey sold they could work myself." Is there any trouble? Are you Just "No one, sir." said Freckles emphat- - actly what I'd call a heavenly bat" 1 mean: mere is someiuing line, strong starting buck to the Llmberlost?" "Sure," said Freckles, "for Ifs until about nooii. aud then they must nouud eyed. Freckles watched tbe Ically. "Next time Is where I run. I and full of power In your face. There loy off until you pussed and then try Bird Woman and the angel drive won't try to tight them alone. I'll Just "I came to bring your bat" said to an angell" Is something you nre to do in this to load aud get out at night. They away Then be told ber about tbe hat and Freckles. "You forgot It In tbe rush Afttr tUej wero cut of sight be getting wind of them and then world, and no matter how hard you went on-- not tbe other day, I huve Just left It with entirely out of sigh- t- nrju- be wan safely hidden among the make tracks for you. I'll need to come asked ber what ho should do with It work at all these other things nor how nnd began cutting u tree. Mr. McLean branches of a small tree ho remem- - like lightning, and Duncau uas no ex- "Take It to her, of course!" said your father and a iiU'SMtige trying to uccessfully you do them It Is all wast- - told me the other day wbat was likely uerei that be hud neither thanked tra horse, so I'm thinking you'd best Sarah Duncan. express thu gratitude of me for bow ed until you And the one thing that to happen there, nud If tbey get that them nor said goodby. Would tbe Bird fet me one. or perhaps a wheel would "You think I should be taking it you and the Bird Woman wero fur you can do best. If you could go any- - tree down be loses bis wager on you. woman aud th snirei helping iiih out." iui niralnT be better. 1 used to do extra work borne?" be said. wbero you please and do anything you Keep to the east und north nnd hustle. No ott,er women that be bad ever for the home doctor, and be would let "Of course ye must." said Mrs. Dun(Contnnd nett wV ) We II meet you at tbe carrluge. I am ,nown would. want, what would you do?" But were tbey like any me take bis bicycle to ride about tbe can. "Ye gang awa and take tbe bless"I'd go to Chicago and sing tn the always armed. We will separate and otber womeu De bad ever known? He P'ce, And at times tbe heud nurse ed little angel ber beautiful bat" Hla Viewpoint, choir," First Episcopal answered creep up on tbem from different sides thought of tbe Bird Woman's unruffled . would lend me -bis for an hour. "Are you sure It will be all right?" "lis careful, chauffeur. Dent rua and give them a fusllade that will rgedFreckleSi "Dojrpu think If Mr. iver any babies." "I won't, sir Tbrm mm out gnuim-- M FRECKLES fare Hnd he nugcl's revolver practice, .von not so iuro that ... 1. .1.. tn,-- . .h. world like? tils knowledge was ao j anj jirt,0)ttly lie the. .,.,.. not 1,1 care.' VIcXonn enmo he would carer "Nn." sold Mrs, Duncan, "I dlnnn. a at ,ue .ri,,., gcthcr McLean thr 1- ,-1 1 1. yo and me ngreo that a thing ought to bo done and I watch In your place, why, It'a bound to bo all right with McLean. Ought yo put on your Sab- If .. Vli 1 ,,iL J ,. ', ! ..,. ..n i,, ( ,!.. . 1 mo-sh- c'acs I ".$J r w r .... s S3 v I r I" '" n u-.e- for will-wn- v cf " tio-cO- w 1 I l ngsl Jt I I : , 1 THE CITIZEN Pairc Seven. . IfflDMriONAL .. . SONMrSdlOOL God Demands Recognition By Stenhnr INTENSIVE FARMING Concrete Silos Populnr in Kentucky .. Lesson TJy K. O. BEM.ICIIB, Director of Department, The Moody IJlbU Institute of Chicago.) Eve-nln- K Rct. J. H. of Raliton, DftailmMl ct CarmtmoW During tho season of 1911 tho Col lego of Agriculture of tho Stato Unl- vcrslty of Kentucky, In cooperation 'J. with tho Dairy Division of tho has 8. Department of Agriculture, been ncttvo In promoting tho build lug of sllco and carrying on other LESSON FOR AUGUST 4. TEXT-P..- 1-1 THE WORTH OF THH KINGDOM. TEXT "Seek ye flret his kingdom, and hia righteousness; nnd all these thirties ahall ba added unto you." Matthew :U. Wo have studied some of the principles that are to obtain In the and the working out of this new kingdom Jesua camo to found, and the question naturally arises, "Is It of sufficient value for mo to or seek to enter It, or to possess It?" In our lesson today there Is set before us four parables (Jesus' favorite way of teaching) which he gave privately to his disciples and not to the multitude that ought to answer any uch questioning In our hearts. The first two bavo to do with tho Treat value of the kingdom, the see ond Its mixed character and final sepa-,"t' 'I? "rcat respon-- ! Tmi?' h?.8ntTrn0.rnP,TCf9nir SSI? In ables found In tho thirteenth chapter of Matthew aro four that aro for men who are careful to observo the out- ward development, and four others that are for thoso men of faith who seo beneath the surface tho hidden things ot tho kingdom. Those men who view the kingdom in each particular ago as Ood boos rather than con-eld1 that I am God." Miift"n. .1111 .n- - v I.E8BON OOI.DKN TKXTMatlhaw 11, ILt, Whllo we rarely find a professed nowadays, few men recognlxe God as ho man!- feats himself. Yet, while men do not recognize Qod who nasi FAVJanlnri n m. self thoy aro con- stantly manufac- turlng gods to suit themselves, and these are as nu- merous as those of Egypt In the days of the Pha- In the text there Is the call of Ood to glvo atten- tlon to himself "Ho still, and know that I am Ood." Ood Is intensely interested that man 8Dould rocognlzo him, not only because """"ft"7 b,e,,,h,lm,f ' but Ood I causo ho Is sensitive to the apprecla- tlon ot those whom ho has created In his own likeness and imago. Wo must maintain this, notwithstanding the spo-clous plea that It would bo Ignoble In Ood to demand such recognition. This matter can only bo sottled by an apical to authority, and multitudes as man observes. wo roaa: iuou lty. in cxoqus Today's lesson sets forth tho pur--! sbalt worship no othor Ood, for tho chase ot things of great valuo, tho ac-- ; Ird whoso name Is Jealous, Is a and disposition of things of ous Ood." Joshua called tho attention a mixed valuo, and lastly, tho tuo of ' of Israel to tho same characteristic In these values after coming Into tho pos Ood when he wished Israel to return to sosslon ot thorn. Ood, to tho enjoyment ot tbelr dlvlno I. Tho hlddon treasure, v. 44. Per- heritage haps moro properly this ehould be In tho text Ood does not ask man to termed tho parablo of tho bought flold. know him; ho Blmply asks that wo ree- We neod to remomber that In all of him as Ood, and appeals In the theso parables tho Master himself Is 8th and 9th voracs ot this chapter tho important personage. Ho Is tho for tho uso of tho physical senses: one who sows tho seed, etc. Honco "Como, behold tho works of the Lord, wo understand that ho Is tho ono what desolation ho has wrought In who dlscovors this great treasure hid- tho earth; ho maketh wars to ccaso den In tho field. Ho has nlrcady told unto tho end of tho earth, ho break- us Ihat "the field Is tho world" (Matt eth tho bow and cuttoth tho spear In 13:38). ho burneth the chariot In Uio 8ymbollm of Pearls. lire." Our attention Is also called to II. Tho pearl of great prlco, vs. 45, what wo havo heard with our ears, and 4C. This rarnblo Is very much tho our fathers havo told us what ho has ramons tho forogolng.-jo- t It adds great t Jono ln tl10 tlmo of oM- - Woro not strength nnd force to this study In ' C- -, dealings with tho Egyptians to " wa8 Godl Was not God Talues, Wo ought to bo very clear In ck ot tho blessing of Is- our study nnd application. Tho pearr of great prlco may perhaps bo takm rael by Dalaam, whllo Dalaam's was to curse? Has Ood a Bymbol of our salvation, but If Purr-os- o so for us to Interpret tho merchant- - 1101 Bet UP 000 nnJ Put down man as tho commonality of man would another? Has ho not despoiled tho do- bo for tho sinner to purchnso his own vlccB ot tho crafty that their hands salvation, a thing as fnr as posslblo cannot perform their enterprise, and nas ho not takon tho wiso In their for tho New Testament teaching. speak of nearls to wn craftiness, nnd Is not the counsel And lho I!rtr.whTd nt all? What Is tho symbolism of a ' what shall bo saki of tho occurrencesHad Ood anypearl? The pearl Is tho one proclous j or modern History? stone that Is tho result of a living tnlnB to do with tho earthquake In organism; It Is the result of an Injury san fTancisco; uio ourning or tno uen- done to the life of tho oyster. It has oral Schonold. and the sinking of tho Titanic? Of tho latter event it is always stood for purity nnd for Is It then Illogical for us to 'a romalnin flnr. n nssume that Christ is tho merchant- fated man who gave alt to redeem (o. g., classcB of peoplo prayed, and the band buy back) tho lost souls of mankind? played until tho very ond, "Nearer, My HI. Tbo drag not, vs. This Ood, to Thee." And what was this parablo Is another that deals with the but recognition of Ood, and possibly many, too late? mixed character ot the kingdom hero To say that God has nothing to do upon tbo earth and of tho flnnl separation Incident thereto. It Is notlceablo with theso things on tho ground of that this Is collective, not Individual, that it would bo violence to the reign nu nn In. m w. rviUCTO ,w 1 11BUIUK. Will UO Ul" NT IHUiW of inw. fllRhnnnrlni tn him menta that will ostensibly bo for tho Anlto being, nnd entirely relieve man nioral responsibility, Is really not of mon Into this kingdom, the prlnclplo hero laid down Is worthy of serious consideration. Tho ithat one considered In tho lesson of consciousness of God's Immanence in wheat .and tho tares, viz.. that ul- - aI1 BUcn nlnKS would bo a deterrent Itlmatelr there shall be cast out all Irom sin on the part of some, and Ithlngs that do offend. In the finality would bo an incentive to good on tho ct all things the kingdom shall bo Prt of others. o o men to know Ood? Simply Iwlthout soot or blemish. Hence we Ido not read Into this parablo cmpha-- , by being still, lly searching, men can- not find out Ood. As David would llo lets upon any phase of evangelism. ln the fields at night and look up Into 8esrch the Scriptures. starry boavens, It would not be In the IV. The householder, vs. " the first of these parables we had the 'out as he gazed be could not help . word as the seed ot this new kingdom, ,, , ,.nn u ..!. "" ; ! nthi. the eighth of the kingdom par--bias we revert as it wero to the mat" , . ter of the Word. Jesus asks his i. man that art dlsclpl If they understand the Word . be has spoken to them. Their re- I Mos7. would him?'' A. pons is. "Yes. we do." Then Jesus J,"0" T""?JJ .,r;.e .how. them what a burden of re.pon- MJ I!UT0.aof alblllty due to possession rests upon J"nd them. Jesu. refers to the Scribes t their . trenrth Taha , whose work under the Jewish econ- - ""J . rk omy wa. to transcribe and to Interpret ' 1 B they in a ?. and tell. th. disciple, that i i. t.- king- like manner are to Interpret the I'ZTZ .th,re!. ...Wwh.iT rer3rwh,r dom to all men. They are to "bring " forth" hidden treasures. We must re-- "r'ou' 1 c .? l ,0" ' " "V sm" member that Jesu. taught In parables chri-VS- T D that "hearing they might not hear." , ",n 'o rteher ald m toa " 1 the eto.. henco wo aro to .earch " Scripture, and bring forth the.o hid- ? den treasures of truth as we go about "ero Jg doing our part. d0- Aro we willing to pay the price for ? Ood nnd him whom he ha. sent, tb. sake ot tho pearl? Aro we willingto pay tho price ot tbe flold that othrrs n w nAslaal the 7r Afl t trtfl1irA nf 90. the dust of business 10 All -- t.m-i I!f in Christ? He nald the it threaten, to choke n prlco to purchase eternal life for us. 'our iPrlnkl it with tho waUr ol forget tbe kingdom is not eat- Do.not Ing nnd drinking, but righteousness Prayer, and then you can clean It out comfort and expedlUosWamei and Joy nnd peaco in the Holy Spirit I Slanw- (Rom. 14:17). The trcasuro wa. discovered, the Only ln a world whero there la uf pearl sought aftor; both method, bavo their placo and significance in ferlng could Ood prove that he 1 love. our live that aro to bo hid with Tho man who buries his talent Christ in God. Wo must reveal to the might a well bury hlmsolf. world groat treasures. ... .... tho dairy extension wcrk thruout Stato. Seven concrcto silos wcro built and elloo set up, and ro- seven hmno-mnd- o other l,al'" wcro mado la soveral cases. In addition fifteen othor silos of various types wcro set up unyr tho direction cf tho Dairy Division. am i,n niton nrovml sntlsfartn-- y and cspiy. yaluablo during tho past built B0vcro winter. Everyone who a 81,0 nas expressed himself as os-peclolly well pleased with It and many Intond to build additional silos this summer. Mora concreto silos aro bo- (ng built this season than last arid they aro proving economical to build, many farmcrg preferring them to 1,10 w0(lcn tyP8- - A 2x32 f00' cn" B,, CPCl was bul,t at oanon last for tt c"8" outlay of let.8 Uian nnd tho average being 200 pounds n- $1C0. At Somerset a concreto silo pleco. Ono cow yielded 105 pounds of 16x40 was built at a total cast of butter fat. which was not enough to pay her board. Another herd of eight 1100. u ig expected that twenty-flv- o or cows profited 457 In a year, with more concrete silos will have been tho best cow yielding 322 pounds of ot this season, butter fa , tho herd average being About twcnt ot tho wooden typ.-- s 267 pounds. Ono dairyman milks and " being built under the supervision , cares for sixteen cows to get tho of tho Dairy Division and In somo samo money that another milks eight cases have resulted In a saving tf cows for. tr,o to $100 each to tho farmer. Far- feeding and Inefficient Wasteful mora rn nvniini, hmwlvp nf thla cows loso years of hard labor and opl)0rtun,ty n8 ,s evidenced by tho thousands of acres of good grain, Tho nro dairy expert ot the University . will in rat number of Innulrlea that . ; i coming in nil tho tlmo. niiuw, jubi. iui uiu uoiwup,, uuw iu.Bu savings may bo mado each year, and Tho activity of tho dairy extension vork has not been confined to silo dairy work will not all bo heartless been drudgery. building alone, but plans havo furnished for a number of dairy barn?-FlvA. J. Itccd, Dairy Specialist. now barns were built complete Address all communications to Ex"St year and seven were tension Division, Collego of Agriculbeing changed from nnd sanitary, lnconvcnknt arrangements ture, Lexington, Ky. --r to clean, convenient barns. In each cnto tho BupervlBor visited tho farm and mado Individual plans, using ex ming conditions to tho best advantage with tho least expenditure of it.oney. Just now thcro aro five dairy tarns being built and as many more Icing remodeled. Old tobacco barns nro readily converted Into practical dairies with UttlJ expenso. Tho swing stanchions aro generally used and ccn- crcto gutters and mangers aro install-dol- st od In almost every caso. Whero bed- ding Is readily secured concrete floors nre ulso used. In Bomo cases cork brlckL or creosote blocks aro used on tho llatform whero tho cows stand, j . .. In 1911 threo milk houses wcro built and plans for flvo others that aro Icing built now wcro mado. In connection with tho construc- tlon work, Individual records aro kept of ICO covvb in eight different dairies, cows it In one dairy of twcnty-flv- o was found that tho entire profit 642 1(1 one ycsr 1,10 1)081 cow wl18 yielding only 247 pounds of butter fat Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Are Your Talents 7 What Ar Your Aims? Berea Haa the Training That la Are you not far advanced? Then tnter the Bet For YOU. .... ,,., FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Here yoa will be placed with others like yourself, under a special teacher, and make most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and the commoa branches and be ready to use them. You will have stnglnc. drawing, farm One year la the Fouay and household management, and free datlon School costs less than $90 and Is worth $1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join the NORMAL 8CHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmere, Dean. Here you will be M trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught hew U teach. The demand tor Derea trained teachers far exceeds the supply. Are you Interested ln earning money? THE VOCATIONAL 8CHOOL8, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Home Soltnce. Mountain Agriculture. Nursing. Woodwork and Carpentry. Business Course, Etc, Printing and ! Here you toon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy dotef things In a superior manner. Are you desiring the next best thing to a College Course? Then take two years or three years ln the Twe GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. years, or three years, tn such practical studies as will fit you for an honorable and useful life. You select your studies from such as these: Physiologythe science of health; Civics the science of government; Orammaf Ethics the science of right the art of correct speech and and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physloa the science of machinery; Drawing, Dookkeeplng, etc., etc. , Do yon wish to prepare to enter College? Start ln the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Mathenyv Dean. Best training In Mathematics. Languages, Science and History. Tha s and Men's Dormitory, and a large body Academy has Its own ot students ot high character and ability, able Instructors, and use of 0 lege Library and apparatus. text-bookBook-Bindinletter-writinI class-room- Berea College DR. CHAS. F. HUBBARD, Dean o I'ro '' Yca-M- 47-5- 51-5- t.XJluTJ. i. i ...,. The College Itself stands apart from all the other schools nnder Its ma agement and has long maintained the highest standards known ln the South. To conform to the Carnegie standards we have diminished our former re qufrementsl Required and elective studies with opportunity to concentrate Laboratories ln particular lines. Latest college library ln Kentucky. equipped tor student practice. Courses leading to the degrees of A. B, B. for Bread Making. 8., B. L, and B. Pad. MU8IC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, According to tho current lssuo of cako ln four tablespoonfuls of water Band, may be taken tor special fees ln connection with work ln any ot tha that Is no warmer than fresh milk. above school, llrcelJs. tho cxtcus.ou l'""" salt partmcnt ot tho Iowa Stato Collego Scald tho milk. Placo sugar, Add tho of Agriculture has been sending out and butter ln a bread-bow- l. Berea College, with IU afflnated Berea, Friend of Working Student.. bulletins to tho thousands of girls In milk when It Is no warmer than freih Institution. It requires certain fees, but schools, is not a money-makintiiuir- Stato Girls' Club, teaching them, milk. Add tho dissolved yeast. Beeach year for the benefit of Its stumake gin to add flour gradually, and beat it expends many thousands of dollars among other things, how to dents, giving highest advantage, at lowest cost, and arranging for student thoroughly ns the flour is addei.. b d T, " to earn and save In every way. ,v0rk Heat out all tho lumps, and niako thu for , OUR 8CH00L 18 LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect iiough look smooth. Add flour until girls ot tho btato camo to tho th character and reputation of th young people, Our students come from and dough can bo worked without sticklego during the winter courso the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may baked bread there to seo who could ing to hands or board. be sick th College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. '"Knead lightly and with a quick m!Lko tho best loaf of bread, All except those with parent, ln Berea live in College building., and motion of tho bands until tho dough assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable trainTno ortici0 goes on to say: hear a snapping, ing, and getting pay according to the value ot their labor. Except ln winand Is elastic and A number ot glrj8 . tried, . a credit to tno in cracking sound. Placo tho brcad In ter It is expected that all will have a chanoe to earn a part of their Uiclr brcad waf coming to secure employment "ruction which they had receded, a bowl, nnd cover with a towel. Keep peases. Write to th Secretary before laundry, postage, books, t&, vary PERSONAL EXPENSES tor clothing, cold. Tho winner, Lois Edmonds, ot Pago warm, never hot and never Is the best, 'n with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climatewarm wraa County, lown, is out tweivo years Let it rlso until it has doubled but as students mu.t attend classes regardless of th weather,old. Sho Is a happy, wholosome, scn- - r.lzo. Then knead again, and mal.o umbrella, and overshoe, are necessary. The Set tho loaves ln a and anderolothlng, books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and Me iittlo country girl of that mark- - Into two loaves. Store furnishes ,n tho wprm place, and allow them to double ,ch ,8 not unusuai eJ other necessary artlole. at cost !est country homes. Her bread scored In slzo. Ths oven should bo hot LIVING EXPENSES are really below eost Th College asks no real to brown a piece of letter pa- tor the fine building, ln which students live, charging only enough room ninety-thrc- o points of a possible hun- dr0"". which Is considered a very high per ln from eight to ten minutes. A rent to pay for cleaning, repair., fuel, light., and waahlng ot bedding and loaf this slzo should bake about fifrecord. towel. For table board, without coffee or extra., $1.35 a week. In the fall, "Lois used tho reclpo which was ty minutes, and the oven should bo and $1.80 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, light, washing ot bed. ding. 40 to 60 cents for each person. 8Cnt out to the girls by tho Exten-wlt- h cooler during tho last fifteen minuguarantee tor First a "Dollar Deposit," , SCHOOL FEE8 are two. used flour tes." Department. Sho return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and la returned i tv. "Lois .Is such a little girl that sho ,...m.i ' "V TU had to get on her knees on the stool when th student departs. Tho recIP ,3. M t . Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expense, for care of school build"4 ump.mviuuiui8 i ' In tho cooking laboratory in ordr ing, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or sendee of to reach to knead her bread. At tho ono tablcspoonful ct sugar, two teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for mol fuls of scalded milk, ono tablcspoon-'bu- t Fago county Industrial Exposition tho students Is $5.00 a term, $6.00 In Academy and Normal, and $T.OO la Coll by a girl fui of salt and half a cako of yeast had tho beet cake baked glat courses. tho yeast-!th- e under fourteen." Dissolve (compressed). PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent W th Urm, board by th halt Urm. Installment are a follow i PALI, thkm The beet sugar companies have ACADEMY VOCATIONAL AND large number ot forty and eighty aero BEET SUGAR INDUSTRY COLLBOK AND NORMAL FOUNDATION SCHOOLS farms that can be rented either on Incidental Pee J 6 oo f j.oo YIELDS RICH RETURNS 60 Room 7.00 7.00 5 shares or for cash. Expert advice 1. Board, 7 wceka 943 9 45 9 45 given, free ot charge, relative to plant43 Amount due Spt. II. Iju . . . Annual Output In Colorado Alone Is ing. Irrigating and cultivation. f'i 43 Board 7 weeks, due Oct. 0, 191a 9 43 9 43 9 Farmers Receive $14,000,000 Both soil and climate ln Colorado 15,000,000. . Jl9 5 $1190 Total for term are exceptionally well adapted to the S31.40 33.40 20.00 If pnlil In ndvance production ot sugar beets. Water for WINTER TKRM carefully complied facts and Irrigation provide, the best insurance From Incidental Fee I JO I 5 00 I 6.00 o 00 7 Room 7.10 figure, the total Investment ln the- against droughts. The soluble salt, .. 9 00 Board, 6 weeka 900 sugar factories ln Col- ot the soil have not been leeched out 90 seventeen beet $19,250,000. From by excessive rains, and during the n. so J20.00 Amount due lanuarv 1. 9tJ orado Is found to be 9 00 9.00 Board for 6 weeks, due Feb. 11, 191 J 9.00 the same source of Information It is growing season there 1. a maximum ot Famous Questions Answered g c" iaa J" yu blt en-uo- "'. ,, . "-- r! W ... 'ts 111 " " SSst ZZ i'lVviS & ... '' '""enr.f,pa!n nLmin PJS"u.''' learned that the annual output ot sunshine. these factories is approximately $14.- Beets should be rotated with other by tho um nd tb crops such as alfalfa, wheat and potatorles to the farmers It more than toes. Alfalfa especially Is necessary, $5,000,000 each year, as It acts as a fertilizer and Is the These factories are operated by basis ot all general farming ln Colocompanies, but plan, are under way rado. firlnHM for the building of Cattle raising and dairying are nat ba.la. on a ural adjunct, to the beet sugar insugar factories dustry. The beet tops, pulp and mo- To the farmer, the offer a dependable market The price 1&Bllei can be mBde t0 add to the earn- before the crop , omU u 0, tbe Urm wnen UMd for the UPn aml!lt PUnted " blU,,Contract, with fattening of stock or tor the produc-of .ugar Uiey contain. tlon 0f milk. farmer, are signed In advance of plant-neet growlnK therefore, is becom- log- - This year the price Is $5 per ton , recognised as an Important factor ,or boU whlch ConU,n ,e" thaIl.U ln thB Piuctvo capacity ot the farm per cent, sugar, and a corresponding tn&n M a ,p,clalty In agrlcul- fncrease Is allowed tor a higher sugar content f- Incidental Fee . Room Board. .... 5 Total for term . . . If palit In wlrnnce , . tJ9 cxi I28.SO SPRING TKRM , fSO.70 I 6.m 300 73 til o 31.70 I 7 .. 1 weeka 1.00 73 joo . joo 73 73 ...... 1 Amount due March 6, 191 Board J weeks, due Apr. 30, Total for term If pnlil In advnnre .. 1913 . . . US 73 6 73 50 H77S 73 Ji4-- I18.73 I" .33.00 34.00 3B.00 fivw Tctcu 18.00 Special Expenses Business. 1 10 00 nnt4 TT Fall Winttr 111 00 Stenography and Typewriting .I1400 U.oo . 1400 Bookkeeping (regular course) 6.00 . 700 Bookkeeping brief roursel studies for students ln Business course other departments: .... . 10.30 Stenogiaiihy 900 Typewriting, with one hour's use 6.00 . . of instrument 7.00 Commercial Ijiw. Commercial Geography. Commercial Arithmetic or I.80 reninansnip. eacn Innocatewill swcial llunlneiw Fees escre--l I15.00 per term. 1000 3.00 7JO 3.00 1.30 lloo 36 00 17.00 ... 1S00 3 40 Plan Now, Come September 11th II 1 J. BEREA'S LEADING A HARDWARE STORE Gasoline and COMPLETE LINE Hardware, Painti, Mowing Machines, Farming Implements, Oil Stoves, and Groceries PrlcesRUht j. D. CLARKST0N GiveUa aCa" MAIN STREET, near Bank ' rum? miiii or young woman onn gut an education at tho will to do no. ?r'iit inlviviitngo to aturt In the fall and havo a full year of ountlniioiin Htn.ly M n.v young pooplo waste tlina in tlio public schools tivi-- r lli naino tiling, when they might be improving KohiK' iivt-- r mill with fnHti-- r by c inlng to Heron and starting In on now studies mnoi, KoniHof ih.t liwt ymiiig in mi and women from other countlca and statos. Mak- - your plain In coiiip on SeptomlitT 11. ui r frit'iiilly advlco write to tho Sncrotary, Knr Any v'll tlu-r- Hen'H If It U " Ih D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Pace Iiiclu THE rmzKN. Clay County. Tho singing ichool at this placo Is having a largo attendance nnd good order. Henry Georgo sold his entire farm to J. C. Gentry for $1,500 nnd will locato near '. Weichburg, JockBon County!. Brewer, member of tho Kentucky Legislature in company with Hud Harvey Dnvo Bowman, Bccknell, Evans, Georgo Scales and Sherman Rowland left last Tuesday to attend Circuit Court nt Irvine. It Is re-- 1 ported hero that the Rev. Chestnut 'of Iondon will begin a protracted meeting hero In n fow days. J. 0. I Gentry Is planning for n new addl-- 1 tlon to his store houso and will en largo his Block of goods In a few Auctift I, IQI2. left last Saturday for Chostnutbur, East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else no tttuifdiitnct pubtUbcd i not tor publication, but ! is tttti In ldef rltrr. tint of food filth. Wiltt plainly. lull ty ttr lit friends and relatives here the past week. Mr. and Mrs. h. V. Edwards hnvo moved to Mr. Dan Allen's placo. A Poem With a Moral. II. C. Davis Is working on tho K. P. llnll at 'Moores Creek. W. H. DamEN Mile flit x All in a line-- On vis has gono to Hamilton, O. Ed. got a twt, Copo is visiting homcfolks. Geo. there were Th.n of Sealo's llttlo boy died recently typhoid fovcr. VINE Utile fliei A Grimly tedate Jnckson Privctt. Licking their chop Prlvctt, July 2fi. Miss Dora Farm8watl There were er who has stomach trouble Is ImT7IQHT little flies proving slowly. C. II. Cook, a hardRailing aoma more ware salesman, left last Monday for Swatl Swatl Swatl Swatl Kockcnstlo County. People nro very Then there were busy drying fruit In this vicinity. TOUR little fllee Tho public school hero brgntt the Colored green blue ns 22nd with MI33 Sudio Watson 8wati (ain't it eaay?) teacher. Wo wish her much success were Then there Church was held at Oak Grove, Sua. rpwo little flies day. Robert Malnous vlBlted nt L. Dodged the civilian J. Peters, Tuesday night, on his way EARLY NEXT DAY homo to Rockcastle County. Wllllo THERE WERE A MILLION! Buffalo News. Jones who has rheumatism is Improving fast. M1S3 I.cnn Flanery f rom Groenhnll and, also, Miss Gertrude JACKSON COUNTY Flanery of Bcattyvllle, attended .mookkh cui:i:k Mcoros CrecU, July 23. Tho peoplo church at Oak Grove, Sunday. Mrs. of tills place aro about done saving John Wright who has been sick !s Whltey Mlnter their grass. Thiro has been a sing- slowly Improving. ing class organized at Grecnhlll for from Owsley County nassed thru this ten Saturdays and Sundays with vicinity working for a Book Co. Miss HnzelwcKHl ns leadnr. Sunday school Sarah Welsh is very poorly at this Is progressing nicely at Llzzard'Flat. writing. OA HI CO Thoro wero eighty present last Sunday. The K. V'a are going to have a Carlco, July 29. Tho wife of undo march and picnic nt T. H. Llttlo'B Dan Parker fell and threw her hip Saturday, July 27th. A nlco tlmo Is out of place. Sho Is suffering badly. expected. Tho tldcs.t son of Mr. and Tho Messrs. Oscar Smith, Jonathan Sarah 'Jlrs. George Fields died, Thursday, Smith and family, and Mrs. July 25th. M. and Mrs. Wllllo Cunl-Ka- n Morris and children of Laurel wero of Annvlllo spent Saturday night visiting relatives of this place, Saturday and Sunday. Bro. James Luns-fcr- d and Sunday at Richard Cunagln's The Misses Ellen and IJertha Wilson has Just closed a very interest-lu- g meeting at old Flat Top church of Parrot were visiting friends hero last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Robt.1 wnlch was attended by largo crowds, Nichols and daughter, Lucy, visited r.to. Lunsford Is a strong preacher 'Mr. and Mrs. S. H Jchnson, Monday. ?nd can do a great work In tho Ben Nichols who went to Indianapway of awakening tho church to Its olis, Ind., about a week ago has duty. Mrs. Loath a Tussey Is much bUtcr and was able to attend church last week. Joe Flinchum of Cln- having clnnatl is visiting relatives of this Hurley, July 23. Wo aro plenty of rain In this community. placo at present. James Davidson Crop3 aro looking fine. Mr. and Mrs. has put up a dressing machine for to his staves at this place. Mr. Georgo Jake Gabbard who have been Missouri for somo time have return- Laker was recently married to Miss Mandy J. Young. Both reside here. ed home. Born to 'Mrs. David GabWo wish them a long and happy life. bard, a fine baby girl. Several from John Sumers, Jr., and Bob Sumers this placo are planning to go to the railroad to work. Tho Itev. G. B. started for Winchester, the 2Sth, to Bonham filled his regular appoint- work. ment hero last Saturday and Sunday. MADISON COUNTY McKKE Ill.l'E LICK Madison Blue Lick. McKce, July 29. A Progressive BIuo Lick, July 2S. Rev. B. H. convention was held hero last Saturday. J). H. Baker was elected Roberts of Berea, assisted by Rev. chairman and Jame3 H. Short was Howard Hudson, has been holding a fleeted Secretary. Delegates wero series of meetings at this place for selected to attend tho convention at the past week, much good has been Palntsvlllc, and were Instructed to done. Miss Bessie Johnson has reshe for turned (rom Lexington, where cast their vote3 for Roosevelt President. A majority of tho voters has been visiting relatives for somo In this vicinity seem to be agalnjt time Mrs. Clayton Crump of Lexingbe ton is visiting her uncle, W. E. John-toTaft. A primary election will this week. D. M. Skinner and held next Saturday to nominate candidates for Congress. John W. Lang-le- y Chas. Carter are opposing candidates Is tho only Republican candidate for school trustee. T. F. Harris and and E. D. Stevensoffthe only Demo- family of Dreyfus spent Saturday cratic candidate. There will also be night, with his wife's father, II. Hens, Frank Johnson has fever. for ley. an election of a school trustee At tho annual meet- '.Mrs. L. K. Flanery is teaching at this ing of the stockholders and directors the Todd school house this year. Sam Hoilinsworth and son, Richard, of tho Jackson County Bank last Saturday, D. G. Collier" was elected jeturned home, Saturday, from Irvine, President; I. T. Mtssler, Vice Presi- where they have been on a fishing dent; and J. R. Hays, cashier. The trip. Traveling salesman. J. John-cois with home folks this week. following wero elected directors: R. Mrs. Sofa Hall and family of Hamil M. Bradshaw, Dr. J. D. Hays, I. T. Messier, Dr. W. T. Amy. J. R. Hays, ton, O., are visiting her father, H. Heuslcy at this place. Messrs. 0. Jas. H. Short and D. G. Collier. The Teachers' Instltuto will bo held J. Terrill. Olllo Skinnor and Howard hero next week. Prof. Sharon of nnd Arthur Johnson who havo been Richmond, will bo the Instructor. All working at Shawhan, Ky., returned school trustees and trustees elect are home, Saturday. They will remain requested by tho Superintendent to till after the fair. DltKVI IS attend tho Institute on Thursday, Dreyfus, July 22. July 16th. .Mrs. Aug. 8, 03 the now school laws will he discussed cn that day. Dr. Glass Alfred Hurley died at her homo. She of Boonevllle came hero to see J. G. was well beloved by tho whole comHolcomb one day last. week. Will munity. She was a member of tho and Frank Hcys have been visiting Baptist church, a conscientious Christian, and showed by her acts that at Weichburg for several days. The Miwes Emma and Grace Sparks sho was living up to tho Btandard wno visiting relatives In Madison set by the Son of God for all his County the latter part of last week. followers. She is gono but her life MrB. J. F. Esglo and her children, will live in tho hearts of her friends Vcrnie, Vergio and Stanley aro g nnd family forever. Will Hurd who relatives In Madison County, has been away for several months Is this week. J. J. Davis made a trip homo for a few days. Tho Extento Berea la3t week. Roy Mulllna sion Department of Berea Col logo made a trip to Fogertown last Satur- was in our midst last week. Wo must day. Miss 7Iolllo Sparks of Dreyfus say that Bro. Knight is a forceful Is visiting heie, this week. Several speaker and tho three sermons preach, frcm hero attended church ed horo will certainly bear fruit. Wo will bo glad to givo him a at Gray Hawk last Sunday. o ISAACS at another time. Miss Magglo Isaacs, July 25. We aro having lots Hurley left for her homo in Cinof rain and corn Is looking fine. cinnati, O., Sunday. Walter Williams Farmers are very busy making hay. of Korby Knob was visiting Win. Mrs. O. C. Purkoy of Bowling Green Jones tho latter part of last week. Is visiting her mother. Our school A wagon load of young people went Is progressing nicely with Mrs. Min- from hero to Panola last week to nie Little as teacher. G. A. Settle htar tho Rev. Knight. Dr. and Mrs. purchased a horso from Orb Ingram. Baker were visitors at Panola last Mis. Polly Ingram la sick. Georj nwn.-i- uB mi. nuuuay school conveii Tonnlngton purchased Ray Akemon'a tlon for this District will be held ut n, n, vis-ltlnwel-coma The Flics' Revenge otoro, JJtrs. Mary K, Purkey visited ' Wagersvlllo, July 29. (Julio n num. the bcr from this placo attended was singing ness. Alfred Bolln of Eversolo OWSLEYCOUNTY school at Station Camp, SunMason day. here, Saturday. Rev. John TIlATEI.I.mS ItKST Mr. nnd Mrs. Jelf Wogcrs and Every- preached at Grassy Brunch, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ambroso Wilson Travelers Rest, July 29. wero thing Is pointing to a Rucce3sful year July 21st. His text was, Tho Recon- tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Simp for farmers, crops aro better tlw.i ciliation of Christ. Warford nt Drip Rock last Sunday. over known. S. P. Caudlll has gone nooNi:vii.i.t: Mr. nnd Mrs. Ambroso Wngirs wero on n business trip thru Harlan and Boonevllle, July 2C. A severe storm tho pleasant guests of Mr. and Mm. It. J. Scrlvncr, Saturday night nnd Sunday. Miss Kato Wngcrs was the guest of Miss Fan Scrlvner, Sunday. Miss Bell Cain nnd Mr. Wllllo I). Cain wero quietly married nt the homo of tho bride, Thursday evening, tho 2oth. All wish them n long ni'il happy life. '.Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wagers visited the tatter's parents, Mis. night S. Uind, nt Irvine, .Saturday r.nd Sunday. O. W. Arvlnu and children wero the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Kelly, Sunday. Jim Wnrford left, '.Monday, for Bloomlngton, ill. 11.. .veil Locust Branch, July 27. There wns n largo camp meeting at the DcaV.T Pond church Inst week. Tho preaching was conducted by tho Re. Knight. They had n large attendance every night. Sunday Is our regular preaching services at Denver I'ocd church. Jack Lunsford will fill his Mao Williams father's nppolntincnt. is visiting her sister, 'Mrs. Hymer, of There Is no mighty problem that tho wise ones have not solved"! iocust Branch, this week. School s Tliey tell us how from nothingness creation was evolved progressing nicely with 36 In attend, whirling mist went twisting till it gathered into suns, How anco. Ever) body is pleased with tho Aud how they spun and spattered off a million lesser onest teacher. Miss Allco Reeves wns v.l And how, attracted and repelled, these suns set off through space. town last week on business. Apples they settled In the paths that now they trace. Until at last, nnd pears are plentiful In this CounOut through all no one has told, if anybody knows, tho Christian church nt this placo visit nt this place. Elmer Evans pasr on Saturday boforo tho fourth Sun- od thru this town today with a largo day In August. Our school Is pro- drove- of cattlo. Ho was taking them gressing, tho attendance is very good. to market. Crops nro looking very good. Wo cow citr.r.K hnvo had n good rain and tho farmCow Creek, July 27 There was a ers' hopes nro higher, l.eavy rain last Wednesday night. KINOMTON School of 1Owor Indian Creek Is Kingston, July 29. Miss Ethel nicely with n largo attendFlancry, who lias been attending tho ance. John Frost, Jr., Is tho teacher. H. K. 8. N. for tho past nine months, Lesllo Dan McDaniel of Cutshln, camo home, Saturday. M Us Ethel Cunty, Is hero for tho punoso of Lawson, who hao been visiting her purchaKlng timber. One of. Dock uncle in St. Paul, Ind., returned homo Wilson's sons of Rlctown has typhoid Miss Molllo Snudllu fovcr. The Misses Lucy and May last Saturday. of Richmond !o spending this week Evcrsolo of South Fork gavo a lawn with her cousin, S.ula Powell. MUi party, Tuesday nlRht, which was Carol Edwards of Uorea spent tho appreciated by all. Addio Huff has ' first of tho week with Elizabeth and tnken n relapse of tho measles. Sho Verna Flanery .lire. Brack Maupln Is In n very dangerous condition. who has boon very clck for somo tlmo Jerry Wilson nnd Mnttlo Trendway, Is Improving. The Misses Bcrtlo and both of Eversole, were married last Magglo Hab of Speedwell spent, Fri- Sunday. Jno. Frost, Jr., was on Cow day with V'crna I'arks. Creek, Saturday morning on bust prog-leani- Berea Printing School Department of Berea College a pecimen of (The Citizen work.) our PRINTS HEADS, MANNER, PRICES. Your patronago Is asked to help students, and to Insura your sotting your money's worth. CALL AT THE OFFICE OH 8 END ORDERS BY MAIL. YOU WILL OET SATISFACTION. DRESS TERMS CA81I. ADHAND-BILL- LETTER REPORTS, AT 8ER CARDS, AND M0N8 AND BOOKS IN THE BEST LOWEST days, ESTILL COUNTY v A(ii:iihvn.i.: Berea Printing School BEREA, KY. Houses to Rent , To those who have children to du ' cats and with to reside In Derea for It a longer or shorter time to enjoy JBKJJiisss2 educational advantages, the College has a number of houiet, large an email, some of them partly furnished, 1 1 to rent on reasonable term. Addretl THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. THE Berea Hospital Nurse Training School of What alchenw it is that puts tho perfume in a rose. it ty. They know tho distance to tho stars the measurement is plaint Each planet's weight is told by somo great scientific crane; Triangles are laid out whoso base ends In tho dim unknmvn. Upon soma drifting star whose radiance has never shownt Then faultless calculation bids them tell, with faith serene. The orbit of a satellite whose light is never seen. But who can tell tho way a bee goes stralghtfy to its home. When burdened with the sweetness for the empty honeycomb? LAUREL COUNTY VIVA Berea College HAS BEST OPERATINO ROOM Viva, July .Miss Nanulo 29. Felix Hegley nnd All tho foundations of the earth, that rose in massive tiers Of strata, have been given dates that span a million yearst And now we speak with knowledge of the old primeval silt Upon whose gloomy barrenness the earth was slowly built. Dut who may give tho reason for the flowing of the tides The silent laughter of the sea that lifts and shakes its sides T And who may tell us what it is of night, or noon, or morn e clod of earth give us both wheat and cornt That makes the self-sam- Bectty were visiting at London Inst Saturday and Sunday. '.Mrs. Nancy Stringer and children nru visiting nt Roily Iteatty's for n few Llttlo Eva Jonco who was necks. sick last week Is Improving. Mrs. Lena Scott is very Kick. Died, July year 2Sth, Flora, the little 3 old daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. Iluford Thomas, of croup. Her remains wero cemelaid to rest today at tery. Frank Sanders, the llttlo son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones, fell on the rallrond on his wny home fiom school and hurt his arm very badly. AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMBER OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREAT MENT GREATLY INCREASES PROSPECTS OF RECOVERY. Rates One Dollar a day and op. Bond for prompt payment required For further particulars address THE BEREA HOSPITAL BEREA, KY. Where does the lily get its white, the cherry get its red? Upon what form of airy food are all the orchids fed t Why does the dirt that yields the grass its hue of living green Gild all the dandelions with their gleaming golden sheen? And wlwt And why? Like children we may ask the lengthy list Of questions as to little things, nor know how they exist. The ancient and the faraway we think we understand. But falter when we think upon the wonders close at hand. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY nlllAMIO (Copyrlfht, 1911. by of Ieslio counties. D. H. Wilson In Sturgeon Creek was a visitor town, Saturday evening. W. P. Mlnter Is erecting a dwelling houso for The Travelers Rest Palmer Scott. school baseball team won a victory from Now Hope, Sunday. Tho score was 11 to 1. Tho featuro of the gamo was tho pitching of Botner for tho locals who allowed but four fccattered hits and striking out 12. Now HOe's only run being scored on an error. MA.IOIl of Major, July 22. Pleas Evans Borea left this place, today, with a fine drovo of sheep. E. E. Young ut filled his regular appointment Union last Sunday. Tho Misses Nelllo and Graclo Jackuon wero tho guests WIss of Winnie Rowland, Sunday. the Potner of Travellers ReBt was guest of Miss Mattlo Ray last Sunday. Aleck Bond of Buck Creek, U looking after hla interests at Major quite often. The pupils of tho Valley View school givo glowing accounts of tho work dono by their teache, Mrs. Cynthia Flanery. II. U. Legg and wife and Leo Judd and wife wero tho gueats f 'Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Rowland, Sunday. Henry Isaacs of Buck Creek passed this place, Sunday evening, on his way to Doe Creek, where-hwill begin school next Monday. Lester Rowland left for Idamay, today, to meet Jesse Fox of Garrard County who Intends to make a short Orlando, July 27. Aunt Flora Ijis-- u somo ell who has been sick for tlmo Is very low nnd not expected to live but a short time. Mr. Opplo Owens Is visiting relatives at Nor"Wrfctta S Y Caa Um4rU4 H" ton, Va., this week. School Is progressing nicely at Maplo Grovo with Miss Stella Laawell as teacher. Mrs. Martlsha Singleton was In Mt. Vernon shopping, Wednesday. Mrs. Elizabeth Ball la staying with her A wonderful tory of the Pruirtot ihU Mechanical Ate. Instructive, but morr faacinatinf than Ranker. Doctor, sister, Mrs. Jennie. Adams of Mt. any fiction. A maratine forDualneaa Men. Lawyer. Teacher, rarmen. Ma. Vernon. Miss Anna Robinson of ulacturer. Mechanlca. llaalJOO.OOOreadcnmcy W. O. Chapman.) month. Interest everybody. When rou e one was among friends Johnetta here, understand why. Aik the man who read It. will ahow Thursday night. The Holiness peo ?ou newadealrr free sampleyou one; or write the copy. publiahera for passed over our County this week ple will hold services nt tho Cavo The "Shop Notes" Dept. causing heavy damage to growing School house tho first Sunday In thing How to make repairs, and article (or crops. Peaches and apples aro more August. Everybody Is Invited to hotriA and shop, etc. plentiful in this County than for come. Wm. "Parmer, traveling sales- "Amateur Mechaales" many years. Ed Campbell of South man of Berea was calling on tho mer furniture, wirelrat. boats, engine, mask, and all the thins a boy love. Itoonovlllo has finished repairing ills chants hero, Friday. SI. SO (XT dmt, tnvla totit II caafa Miss Leila Main Street property and moved In- Owens was In .Mt. Vernon last Thurs ASK YOUR NEWSDEALER Or AdJraa POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE to it. F. M. Abshear, formerly of day. 223 Wakla(Ua Si, CUaat South Boonevllle, who died suddenly Perry County was at Buckhorn, brought back and burled at tho old Tho 'Mlnter grave yard, last week. Ilrldgo Co. that bid off and took tho Job of repairing tho county brldgo across tho river at this placo and who agreed to havo the brldgo completed by Aug. 1st havo never struck a lick on samo. Tho brldgo Is badly needed by our citizens. Tho eight Confederate pensioners, six soldiers America's Greatest Horse Show and two widowers, who havo fllid their claims in tho County Court under act of General Assmbly of Ken5 Big Saddle Horse Stakes. $25,000 in Premiums. tucky, approved Mar. 11, 1912, all Running and Harness Races havo been examined by our County Splendid Display of Every Judge and recommended tor allowDaily. Class of Live Stock. ance by tho State Board of examiners at Frankfort. Wo aro to have r.. BAND special term of Circuit Court for this County to begin Aug. 19th to try Sensational Free Acts Daily. The Greater Parker Shows. tho nlno parties charged with killBltj it ing Dock Gabbard on Buffalo Creek, .MECHANICS 300 Pictures 400 Articles 250 Pages Every fi Month Jf.?., BLUE GRASS FAIR 6 Big Days and Nights, Commencing Monday, August 12th INNES OF AMERICA See the Floral P ratio First Day last month. INLAND CITY ... Island City, July 25. Georgo Tin. cher of Jackson County was on Island Creek a few days ago. Mr. Fuller in company with W. J. Gentry and wlfo Heducvd Haifa on all Hontls. For Catulog or futher information addtcis JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, Lexington. Ky,