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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 8, 1012 One Dollar a year. No. 0 The Citizen In the Hands of Women the Future of the Nation is Now Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with modem knowledge la to read a good newspaper. Vol. XIV. Five cotitB a copy. Money For You In It When you get a chance like this at clothes like these you had better take advantage of it. The profit is all yours. We are willing to give you our profit as a means of clearing the summer stock. Oliver Cultivators Simplest and Best Guaranteed even to Held By Dr. J. J. WALSH, Dean of Fordham University Medical School the color of the paint HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes and other good things to wear at less than they are worth. R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY PRESIDENT FROST'S LETTER tho cmpiro IMMENSE FOIt- TUNES BECAME VERY COMMON nt Romo, and tho M men mado their money in tho five classic ways by spccula-tio- n in land, by cornoring foodstuffs, by insurance nnd speculation in stocks and bonds, by graft in politics and by subsidiary collecting of taxes. Thoy collected tho taxes directly as proconsuls iu tho provinces, not indirectly by means of tho tariff. Tho WOMEN SPENT THE MONEY THAT TILE MEN MADE. With tho growth of wealth nnd luxury CHILDREN BECAME FEWER, divorces moro frequent. Romo foil, nnd luxury nnd tho desiro for wealth with tho disappearance of real patriotism wcro tho causes of tho fall. ITSELF DEPENDS APPARENTLY MORE ON THE-- ' WOMEN, EVER THE ETHICAL ELEMENT IN ALL RACES, THAN ON ANY OTHER FACTOR. 4 TJST beforo tho republic becamo CHRISMAN'S MAN" "THE FURNITURE OUR UNITED STATES NEWS IN OWN STATE Progressive Convention, Taft Notifi Hook Worm Campaign, A Second Mammoth Cave, School Rate Reed, Smaller Bank Notes. In Congress, Conservation Attacked, Wool duced, Mud Tax for Farmers, Annuity Cut Off. Bill Passes, Adjournment, Wheat Citizens' Exports, Stage Hold-UHOOK WORM CAMPAIGN. Committee in New York, ProtecKentucky has entered upon a suc tion for Gamblers, Best Dairy Cow, Gov. Wilson Will Not Take the cessful campaign against tho Hook Worm, in which the Stato Board of Stump. with tho Rocke Health PROGRESSIVE CONVENTION feller Sanitary Commission. DispenInterest this woek saries wcro. opened in Knox County Tho political centers In tho meeting of the third with very satisfactory results. At party Convention at Chicago which Lertha, ono hundred and one cassa opened at noon, Monday, with great were treated, at Corbin over ono enthusiasm on the part of Uio eleven hundred, in all theso a euro Is hundred delegates and tho throngs In attendance. Senator Dixon of Montana Bell and Warren Counties havo apcalled the Convention to order. Af- plied for Uio next campaigns. At Be ter reading Uio call, least 50,000 people are estimated to verage of Indiana was elected tem be threatened with this pest In Kenporary chairman. A notable feature tucky. was tho exclusion of the southern A SECOND MAMMOTH CAVE blacks from the list of tho delegates. Another Mammoth Cavo, tw .ty Roosevelt's confession of faith be miles cast of Whiteshurg on Llvo at Fork Creek, Letcher County, in Uio fore the Progressive Convention Chicago Includes. Cumberland foot hills another exten- Recall of Judical decisions. slvo cave has been explored for Provision to prohibit public serv several miles revealing marvelous ants from misrepresenting In office formations and an extent of under tho people who elected them. ground territory that can not as yet Control of the Trusts, by the Sher bo even approximately estimated, uo man law ana interstate inuusiriai vast, numerous and extensive aro commission. tho caves, abpses aud passages Justice to wage workers. that opened beforo tho explorers. Increased popular control lu elec Kettles, earthernwaro and furnaces tion of public officers. point to previous Inhabitants. p, WHETHER HISTORY SHALL REPEAT STRIFE OR UNION Thero are two tyiies of towns, in tho towns of tho first typo the merchants do not pull together, the NEWS motto Is "Every '.Man for Himself." Each ono Is living for his own It his progress is secur French Press on New York Scandals III American ed by tho downfall of otuers, bo niurh Lloyd George Danes Present Park to Denmark-Troub- les tho better. Tho batlo ax Is swinging continually. Tho constant effort In Turkey Egyptian WORLD Pres. Frost Writes from I'rlncu Edward Island. Dear Cltlren Headers; 1 am writing at hall past seven without a light. Often In tliU rather far northern latitude ono dixa not need a light on a summer night beforo nlno o'clock. Wo have hero the cool weather wo tamo tu find. Wo wear heavy underwear, and have flro In Uio grnto oyery nlgbL Like all English dominions wo hare ever swn It is rainy has rained ovcry day the week wo linv" been hero. I was much Interested to find Just what my boh, Wesley's duties nr as U. S. Consul. Of course, ho Is horo to took after all tho Intercuts of his one Government and country. For thing every vessel that sails from hero to lioston or any American jort uuiBt get from him n certificate to rhow that there Is no contagious atxjard. Then ho has jower of Judge nnd Jury In auy controversy that may nriso on an American ship Itetwrun tho Captain nnd his nun And ho certifies to tho bill of ladln;? or Inventor)- - of things going to America through tho Custom House, thus helping collect tho tariff duties. Again It Is his business to do all ho can to promote trade between th" two countries by getting aud glv'i out rellahto Information. An automo-Ml- o manufacturer, for Instance, JuM wrote him to ask If there was a good opening hero to sell his cars, dln-ea- ed from tho Danish American Society a deed to tho new National Park em- 'bracing four hundred acres of land presented to Denmark by American Danes, In testimony of their lovo to GIFT TO DENMARK King Christian of Denmark receiv- their native land. LLOYD GEORGE ILL Tho British Chancellor has become thoroughly exhausted by his continuhave ed and sevcro labors. ordered three months of absolute rest. Some Interesting cabinet changes m aro proposed nnd an effort will made to get John Hums, tho labor member out of tho cabinet. The-docto- PAPERS ON NEW YORK AFFAIRS Tho leading paier of Paris, Franco, commonting on tho murder of Rosen thal tho gambler, charges llty for the demoralization of tho po-lservice upon Tummauy Hall. U Kiys It Is this which makes graft an cpen wound of present day America. FRENCH lc TROUULES IN TURKEY A decree was Issued the Gth at Constantinople dissolving tho Turkof ish parliament following a vote wAtU of confidence in tho cabinet. and the answer had to bo that mo- Order prevails but troops aro patroltor cars and motor cycles aro both ling tho streets. Fresh elections aro prohibited on Prince Kdward Island. ordered. Constantinople is to bo undays. At Chariottctown, ns It Is the capi- der martial rulo for forty Uio American Con- EGYPTIAN DISCOVERIES tal of tho Island. Two Coutlnutil on A coffin with tho marks of the builder's tool on tho plank bottom Is among tho remarkable finds of woodissue of en material made last year. That cofPAGE FIRST fin dates back to 4000 II. C. Linen Editorials Iiaa boon found sixty Inches wide Kentucky News that Is probably G300 years old. World Ncw3 Is to crush tho comictltor. Tho fact Ib overlooked that Wanuniaker Is not the only merchant In Philadel phia, that tho business of Chicago is divided among thousands of business firms. Tho result Is frequent failures, harassment for all, methods of retaliation and competition, with a final outcome, that within ten years time but few of the old merchants of tho town aro doing business,' an entire new list of nam.'s makes up tho business roll of tha town. Tho town as a consequence comes into commercial discredit, the banks becomo suspicious, tho whole- -, au-- l bale houses are bcrauso of their fear will not extend tho samo elasticity of credit that th'y do to tho other towim; and so merchants and people, tho seller and buyer both suffer thereby. In this typo of town you canuot get the merchants together to form a board tiade or unite for any civic purpose. It has not yet reached up to the twentieth century methods and con. toptlons of business life. Tho other typo of town takes as its per-Ictu- al cut-thro. over-cautio- at th ment h?ad of tho Teachers' Departam sure I can receive somo very beneficial old. Prof. Lewis may cxjiect to hear frjra mc In a few days I asking for Information. Very truly yours, Raymond Davidson. re "contents this Special Features This Week Tho Homo Courso In Domestic Sclenco begins this week, with a most valuable nrtlclo on tho scope of Domwhat subjects It Sclenco; estic and how thoy Includes projierly should bo studied. The task of house- pooping, tho most vital of all tasks to tho family Is discussed In terms so dear and tho Importance of tho mat-to- r Is presented In a manner so convincing that ccry man who leads it will think moro highly than ever of tho1 mother1 nnd wife who make tho beds and tho bread In his home. So, too will tho woman think moro highly of herself. la Tho article on curing cow-petimely. Read it and save dollars by properly corlug for your crop. Prof. Lewis' nrtlclo on School will revolutionize somo Menageries school roms aud perhaps sturt samo infant naturalist on a naUonal ca- l'rcs. Frost's Letter. If You want to do Good. I'AGB TWO. World News (cont.) United States News (cont.) Temiicrnnco. l'AOE THREE Tho Truth about those Delegates. I'AGB FOUIt Local News Tho Meetings Closo. Tho Kitchen Cabinet. I 'AGE FIVE Home Town Helps. Our Teachers Department. Homo Couruo In Domestic Science. l'AOE SIX LETTER T0JHE EDITOR Evoroolo, Ky., July 30, 1912. Editor of The Citlicn: Uerea, Ky. Dear Sir: 'I am surd Tho Citizen Is of moro value to mo than any of tho 1C or 24 pagoi ss Perlal Story. Farm and Garden. Something for tho Llttlo Ones. PAGE SEVEN Intensive Farming Sermon Sunday School Lesson Camp Flro Girls. I'AUE EIGHT Eastorn Kentucky Correspondence, Swat tho Fly. Sermon in Song. Chautauqua Letter. Journals that aro full of use-leInformation. 1 haven't tlmo to read! ovoi" a pag of ono of theso papers when I can find what I want In half a column tu Tho Citizen. I am suro that tho spaco dovotcd to agriculture is of moro benefit to tho average reader than any thlug ;Lo may get from tho higher priced pppors. "Freckles." I am a lover of gooj stories aud I am sure that this story has only in it that Is helpful to reer. tho moral part of tho mind. I shall Tho letter from Pres. Frost taks read HiIb story with pleasure. us to another sphere of American In regard to the Teachers Column. life. It Is as usual Interesting and I It seoms to ma that this department ought to bo cno of the best In the Pres. Taft's defenso of tho Chl- Hipor. Especially should Uio teachcru nirn onnvntitlnn fUVMinleft the whole bo lutttrcsted in it. I am having 7 'of page three. It you wish to know pupils In attendance. Problems havn tho political situation thoroughly this already confronted mo for which I pago will enlighten you on the 'have failed so far to answer. Hut with such a man as Prof. C. D. Lewis . , motto "Llvo and Lot Live." It believes In harmony nnd that good will is a bettor asset In business than hate. It Is ono of tho prime articles of Its creed that makes for tho larger revenue than antagonism. Tho merchants of this town get together for buslneess and civic purposes. They point with pride to their school house, their various clubs and organizations for town betterment They realize the fact that there always will be competition in their lino of business as long as they llvo in a town, that If they wish monopoly, they must establish a storo at some country cross roads where they can look out upon a thick ly settled community of ten houses nnd a blacksmith shop. Accepting tha fact that they must have competitors in business, Uiey bellevo in being neighbors and on friendly terms. Hcnco they form Merchants Protective Associations and it owing to stress of circumstances or business fluctuations any ono of the number should need Uio extension of credit, his fellow merchants aro ready to siieak a good word for him nnd by their lntluenco are able to carry him over an emergency rather than pull Woman Suffrage. him down and so disturb the trade SCHOOL RATE REDUCED Strengthen tho Pure Food Law. of the town by forcing an under-price- d Tho school per capita is fixed at A National Health Bureau. stock of goods on tho local market $4 for this year. This Is a reduction Permanent Tariff Commission. to tho detriment of all merchants of forty cents from last year's award, Reduce tho cost of living. end demoralization of tho buyer. Uso tho Panama Plant to develop caused by a shrlnkago In tho revenWhich kind of town Is yours and ues last year. tho Mississippi River. who is making It so? for Tho school fund Is esUmated Fortify the Panama Canal. Freo passage for coast wise traffic Equal this year at $2,982,934.60 apportioned among tho 741,928 children ot school tolls for all oUier vessels. IF YOU WANT TO DO 600D ago. Increase of navy. Who of us does not want to do some MUD TAX FOR FARMERS TAFT NOTIFIED good in this world? Who is there Mr. Chas. Gilbert of Nashville estiPresident Taft was formally notiwho does uot wish to accomplish fied, Tuesday, of his renomlnatlon mates that It cost tho farmers ot something moro than Just to get a by tho National Republican conven Tennessee $8,000,000 to haul to markliving for himself and his family? tion at Chicago. In his notification et their crops lost year worth 0. or The man who Is satisfied Just "to speech Senator Root said, "Your tl- Of this amount one-hapay his way" Is not far enough re Continued on ref Two (Continued on rfe Two) moved from tho downright cheat that tries to get a living without working at all. No sir, wo all want to do something over and above getting a living for ourselves. Thero aro churches to sustain, and orphans to care for, and tick pooplo to attend, and a thousMr. Property Owner of Eastern Ky: and public Interests to bo looked afIf you want us to look after your Roofs while we are ter. And thero aro very few people in this part of the state YOU MUST WRITE TO ME AT who assist In theso things moro than ONCE. n crumb or two Just to pacify one's conscience or seem respectable. It cost to travel. I must see you as we make our Tho Christian rulo Is that every If you want circuit. Don't wait till we see you write person should glv something, and the County Attorney of any reference write to R. B. Roberts, give regularly, for tho support of tho Leslie Co., at Hyden. 'cause of Christ iu tho world, nnd 'according to his ability. The rich We are Covering the Court House here with Taylor's should give much, tho poor less, but Old Style Tin Plate. The real thing no Imitation. every man something. Tho Jewish I'ulo was to give ono tenth of a man's Income, be It largo or small, everv HENRY LENGFELLNER, and no Christian should think HYDEN, KY. of giving less than a Jew. When It Is settled that ono Is io give at least ono tenth tho Question A word to my Old Customers o( Madison and Garrard comes up as to what causes should County. recelvo this contribution. Now tho off on all mail orders you send to me. I can Christian Is set to study the Kingdom of Christ on Earth and decide where deal more work and thus do it for less money if you do a great Tho Ills monoy will do most good. let me know a little ahead of time what you want done. I can trus Christian Is like a steward or a jobs on the same trip which arrange my trip so I can do one-hatee. Ho Is to pay out that money not save at least o to nleaso himself, but according his host of Judgement of what will do good, and do tho most good. Continued onrgc Two $103,-000,00lf Last Call of This Season to-da- y. I Tinner, io, lf io. . -- - - . aid Page Two. THE CITIZEN August 8, 191a. the tho Wool Dill was adopted by ocnato, which reduces the tariff 2'i per cent. It now goes to tho President tor action. ADJOURNMENT Is expected that Congress sdjourn by tho 36th or 17th of with the same high standard. That this standard may be maintained, It demands the evidence; gives both (sides a hearing. And It seeks to five its readers tho same facility of understanding, of Judgement. Read tho President's defense. IN OUR IGNORANCE. Briefly, this la the fale: Unite Fang Is part wolf. lie fight from mere Inherent love of lighting and Is savagely cruel. He falls Into A family newspaper for all that I right, the hands of Wceilen Scott, a master whose klmlnesa to the vicious brute true and Interesting. seems thrown away. Scott perslnts In nerea, Kjr. rubtinhrd erery Thuradajr at his steady gentleness and finally finds the one soft spot nndcr the hide of BEREA PUBLISHING CO. the little benst (Incorporate!) The discovery la mado thus: The master leavea the wolf dog for J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Managar, By n ten days. Although hitherto White Subscription Ratos Pang never haa responded to Smtt'a DAVID BELASCO, Manager and TAYADtK IN ADVANCK kindness, when the latter leavea tha Playwright fi.oo dog pine and refuses to eat What la One Year . more significant, ho rcfuaea to fight Sti Month Three Monlh When Scott returns the dog meets htm, trembling, and miracle of mir or Itxnrcae Money tnontvbv tho historical drama snd Order, Drift, Rtglatercd tetter, or one ml two acles cent elampe. The wolf ts wagging his tatll and is MENACED, The date after your name on label ahowa to Which meana that White Fang what date your autwcrlptlon (a paid. If It la not tho reason for tills that , changed within three weeks after renewal conquered, civilized, saved. Redeemed notify in. by the power of kindness, the tall our growing passion for Mining numbera will be gladly aupptled If we wagging signifies eternal friendship are notineu. truth has killed a dramatic and devotion on tho part of the dog. for new aubacrlotlon l'lne Premluma form which has obtained sinco and prompt renewaft. Send for Premium Ut Parents given to any who obtain new Liberal terma If a wolf dog, hardened by ml' tho very inception of tho stage, nutocrlptlona for ua. Any one tending ua four treatment, can be converted by yearly aubwriptlona can receive The Citiien lorhlmaelf for one year. kindness, bow much easier It as a critic said recently f Advertising ratea on application. may be to change a rebellious child Ever sinco tho stago was, wo and melt and transform It by gentle havo mkmurk or had comedy and trngody, ness. Cannot you be aa patlont toward historical and romantic drama, waa Weeden Scott to a your child hybrid beast? la not your child worth farco and burlcsquo, and WE ALWAYS WILL more than a wolf dog? And teacher THEM. For periods of greatThere Is In yon the divine power to DAVID BELASCO mold and fashion with tenderness the er or loss duration ono form KKNTUCKY TRRS9 ASSOCIATION. lives of children, some of whom come will prcdominato to tho greater to you from wolfish haunts and homes. THE PRESIDENT'S DEFENSE or less subsidence, of others, and then, just as inevitably, all tho other Use that power. And everybody forms will enjoy their voguo. Tho world does moro, it is true, but it President Tatt's nomination at ChiOur blundering day talks of tariffs cago! Is undor a cloud owing to re- - and finance and conservation as if they is equally true, don't forgot, that that samo world moves round, with iicated and persistent charges of were tbo great problems of govern' tho result that ovory so often, undor precisely tho same conditions and fraud by the opposing and defeated ment at precisoly tho same corresponding time, wo aro back again just Not faction. The problem of government. Its real where wo wero before. gets such a charge Inasmuch as So it is in tho world of drama and dramatic forms, and when icasy currency and, tho unsupported duty, Is to lift up the lives of the poor, by weighty evidence, accomplish much the wolQshly reared and the neglected. prognosticate that wo aro soon to havo a MIGHTY REVIVAL OF When this world of ours shall have of Its purpose and puts tho accused on been made as good a place in which to THE ROMANTIC AND HISTORICAL DRAMA say it ad tho defensive, the Republican Nation live, for all men, women and chit committee has prepared a detailed dren, aa for some unfortunate dog-s- visedly and with certainty. al statement in refutation, which, out why, then, and not until then, shall NO THE HISTORICAL DRAMA 18 NOT DEAD, 1UT MERELY of respect to the President and as 11 we make boast of our civilization. SOMNOLENT FOR A BRIEF SPELL, NOW DRXWINQ QUICKLY TO AN public duty, we are publishing this END, WHEN IT WILL AWAKEN WITH RENEWED FORCE AND week. BE A BOOSTER. VIGOR AND BEAUTY. The charges aro well known. The alege of Ladysmlth during In the For tho historical drama which wo will seo in this revival will not defense should be equally well known the Boer war a civilian was tried by so that the voter may pass just Judge court martial and sent to prison be bo liko tho historical drama of will have partaken of tho tba past cause be discouraged the soldiers who ment upon the case. SPIRIT OF THE TIME LN WHICH IT WAS WRITTEN, were defending the city. The Citizen would not knowingly Ha was a knocker. STAGED AND ACTED. will show a chango over its predewink at or condone a fraud In friend The man was accustomed to go or foe, and it credits its readers along say discour cessors, and tho chango will bo for tho better. In tho future we will picket line The Citizen Is Gradually Disappearing From the Stage? the Historical Drama It will tho (Conducted month as tho Archbald Impeachment trial haa been .postponed until Dec. WHEAT EXPORTS Chicago papers report good rash demand for wheat. 2,000,000 bushels woro sold for European cxKrt In two days. Prices, however, are not going up as thero aro between thirty and sixty million bushels of wheat to bo marketed In tho next few days. STAGE HOLD-UIs stago hold-u- p An reported from California. A bandit cut the telophono wires then proceeded to hold up twenty-fou- r passenger.! 'and tako possession of their money and Jowelry. CITIZENS COMMITTEE IN NEW YORK New York has Issued a call for Citizen's Commlttco with an, auxiliary commlttoo of to tako Into consideration tho pollco protection of tho gambling and othor criminal interests of the city. Evory Influential citizen will bo asked to unlto with this organization and aid to drlvo theso Interests out of tho city. COURT PROTECTS NEW YORK GAMULERS Police Commissioner Waldo de clares Unit tho gamblers obtained P Non-Partiswo-ni- by the National Woman's! Chrlatlan Temperance Union.) TITANIC WRECK 'EVERY WEEK Many Paepla Oo to Their Death DH ractly and Indirectly Threugh Liquor Traffic Pot-ofnc- e XS per-slste- nt HAVE I I It It eyes to And dozens of pcoplo whoso coudltlou Is lullultely worse than ours. WOLF FANGS. Said a woman of my acquaintance "Last year my husband was 111, and now my daughter la threatened with tuberculosis. Living expenses are high. and my husband's salary Is only $1,000 a year. Why should we be pat Into the world to suffer so? Life Is really not worth the living sometimes." This woman, lived in her own house ardor. He Is a pessimist and had never lacked for the necessaries of life. Instead of trying to lift some of the Now burdens from the shoulders of men The problem of suffering, like that of be puts on new burdens; Instead of sin, la an old one, but to think one Is clearing the pathway for progress be luckless beyond others Is wrong. One puts obstacles in the way. He eases has only to look about him to find no pain of tbo sufferer, but helps to many of his fellows worse off. widen the wounds. He Is a discourager. Privation? Suffering? Everywhere worn and weary men Why, this woman had never lived in a ramshackle tenement up rickety and women gallantly tight In defense stairs. Her husband never had como of some beleaguered city of Ladysmlth. homo from the saloon around the cor- Many are bard pressed, and some are ner with empty pocketbook and loaded upon the verge of surrender. Now with liquor to drive her with curses to He who goes along the picket line of the street mortal life with his disheartening Deprivation? This complaining woman did not live prophecy "of failure, who makes heavy In a two room and closet apartment, the heart and palsies tho arm of the where you buy coal by the scuttleful, brave warrior, Is a traitor to his race. bread by the half loaf and lco by the Humanity Is brave and needs only the word of cheer and hope. pound delivery. There Is a subtle force in suggestion, Poverty? She had never haunted the butcher whether good or 11 L Use It to boost If he bo discouraged shops late on Saturday night, when the your comrade. are coming. very poor do their pitiful shopping, to tell him buy for almost nothing the remnant Suggest success. that wilt not keep unUl Monday to Do not be a knocker. Be a booster. purchase for a penny or two a sotut Radiate hope and cheer. And so bone or a neck of mutton. shall your life be luminous and be No. She did not know. She did not know that to And a quar- hind you and about you will be a ter of a dollar for the slot of the gas trail of glory that shall grow brighter meter may become a financial problem unto the perfect day. and that the monthly rent day may become a real tragedy. Oil From Shale. No. The Scotch oil field is unique. The She never had beard her children cry petroleum of that field Is not in the of cold in the winter nor moan of thirst fluid state as our product is. It la a In the summer time. She never had shale formation. Tbla abate Is almost partly to starve a living child to pay as black as coaL It lies at a depth of the funeral expenses of a dead one. about 400 feet below the surface. The Now hale producing territory is between I make no doubt my complainant Edinburgh and Glasgow. It Is known scarcely would believe that thousand as tbo oil field of West Calder. The live the life I have hinted at, because deposits are oxtensivo and believed to "one half the world does not know bo inexhaustible. This oil Bbale is bow the other half lives." mlnod as coal Is mined. In various, That's tbo point wo complain out. of parts of the field there aro shalo crush-lu- g ignorance. works similar to tho coal breakers We, all of us, aro like tho woman. In our anthraclto coal fields. To tlie.se Wo have our troubles and visitations, works tho shalo Is run as It Is mined but It Is only necessary that wo should and broken up Into siunll pieces, the go along tho street with wide open crudo oil being extracted nt tho crush- scouted all suggestion of relief. He was rightly sent to Jail. In such a time of stress no man has any right to weaken the hearts of men. It ts a great pity every community should not have the power to put its knockers In Jail. The knocker is a prophet of evil who goes about with gloomy face and retails his forebodings. He sees only the dark side. Temperamentally the knocker can not forbear to throw cold water on any exhibition of generous enthusiasm. He Is a wet blanket He dampens all the and aging things to the men on duty. He not bo content with tho merely episodic drama, but will demand verity told them the city was doomed and of life and scene and character. and Mlnt wrote, Monthly. I tell you, gln- l- National Pays. advertising pays." "Well, what Is on your mind?" "Some Urns ago I advertised for a lost five dollar bill, and a stronger who had picked one up on the street restored It to me. This morning while looking through an old suit I found the V I thought I had tes. fl tils' Island Is tho home of the lost" Boston Transcript. silver fox, and pooplo aro now "boom IF YOU WANT TO DO 600D ing" a special Industry of "Fox farmContinued from page one ing," or raising of foxes for their Hero aro two or threo guiding rclts which sell to foolish pcoplo ot fashion for encrmous prices. principles: Tho strawberry season Is Just endGive to Christian work that Is suc ceeding, well managed and evident ing, tho hay Is being cut, tho oats pro very grocn. ly blessed by God. Princo Edward Island would havo Give to) things of permanent valuo gained much by reciprocity, for they whenever you can. Glvo to whatever Is helping to could then havo sold moro potatoes, ralso up moro fivers and more Chris liny and dairy products In tho United States, but they wcro frightened by tian workers. This last seems tho best rule of Champ Clark's talk nbout. annexation all, God's Kingdom on earth will nnd voted against reciprocity. How big and varied tho world Is. move on more rapidly when thero And how good nnd great tho Proviaro moro people working for It. And this Is the reason why money dence that watchec over all tho glvun to an educational lustltulton families oH the earth. JWIth lovo for tho mountains, like Berca is euro to bo well placed Wa. Goodell Frost. It helps Increase tho number if givers and Christian workers in the UNITED STATES NEWS world. A gift for tho Kentucky Hall, which Is Advertlelofl cere of a Ilrttlsh l'roylnce. This capital city of Charlottetown Is twlco as largo as Winchester, and Is a truly lovely spot, with ono of tho best harbors In America. It Is too cold horo to ralso corn, but they havo tho best oats in tho world, and splendid luy ($10 a ton), and ahlp many farm products to England and tho United Sta- great fix the responsibility for the calamity. The Titanic disaster was an aed-dao- t, but the liquor traffic la no seeifkX dent In our country. We would thaw.' It were, and that the Urge death loe caused by It happened but one la a century. Dut the aad fact la that; thla awful death loas la repeated cry week, aad the mora ajtoandlns; fact la that the eontlnuoua calamity caused our country by the liquor trafwhat amounts to tho protection ot fic la prearranged aad planned and deliberated upon. The Reform tho courts because the courts will not convict a man for gambling on tho ramo evidence that It would con SWALLOWING A PASTURE LOT vict htm for murder or burglary. REST DAIRY COW IN THE WORLD a atvrtfette. Noted Los Anftlaa To Vnldossa Scott II, a Holsteln-1'rleslaClergyman, Glvea Charatertetie owned by Bernard lieycr. Temperance Sarman. of Flndorno, N. J., goes tho honor Dob Burdetbs, that genial, witty edk of being the best dairy cow In tho world. Tbo cow has Just completed 'tor that few recognise aa the Rav. t, ot a Los Angeles a seven-da- y official record, In which 'Robert Burdetta says this: she produced COS.!) pounds ot milk, "My hoateJess friend, while you ara 23.50 pounds ot butter fat and 41.s7 tlrrtag up tha augar In a tea-cepounds of butter. glass of gin, let me give you a fact to GOVERNOR WILSON AVILL NOT . wash down with It You say you bava ilongad for years to be a farmer, hot STUMP THE COUNTRY Govornor Wilson announces that ho 'have narer been able to get eaoegft will not stump tho country tor tho ahead to buy a farm. That la wher you ara mistaken. For eorae years yon Presidency and will mako no exten-r.tv- o have been drinking a good improved tours but will follow a nroerani farm at tha rate of a hundred squar of scheduled addresses to be arranged.' feet at a gulp. Figure it out for your-ael- f. An acre of land contalaa 43,500 quart feet Estimating, for conIN OUR OWN STATE venience, tha land at $U.& per acre) (Cootlnard Iron ttetpegel you will aee that It brings It to Just a square foot Now put down 11,000,000 could havo been saved if one mill the fiery doae and Imagine you ara tho roads had been good. This "mud swallowing down a atrawberry patch. tax" costs oven moro for the farm Call In five of your frlenda and have er must market when tho roads aro them help you gulp down that garden passable rather than when prices aro of 500 square feet Get on a prolonged apree aome day and aee how long It favorable. Tills $4,000,000 expended annually will take to awallow a pasture lot "Put down that glaas of gin there's for a tow years would cover any dirt In Itl 300 square feet of good, rich ttato with good roads. Then watch dirt worth $43.56 an acre." tho land go up In value. ANNUITY CUT OFF RESPONSIBLE FOR RUM SHOP Tho Trustees of tho Stato Univer sity havo cut off tho allowance of Saloon Cannot Poaslbly Exist With3,000 annually to Dr. Patterson, a out Somebody to Run It Must former President. Also Have Ita Customers. -n, pul-'piet Every week In the year aa many) people go to their death directly and Indirectly through the liquor traffic! aa went down with the Titanic. Howi few people get ahocked at thla weekly calamity I Pastors of big chnrcheai never hold memorial services for thes victims. Newspapers do not get out! special edition a with great startling headlines and devote page after pag to thla calamity. Great theaters do-ngive special benefits to rale money to aid the helpless and dependent victlma left by the loaa of tha r of the family. Congress does not appoint a special Investlgax-ln- g commission to find the cause and bread-winne- The ideal orchard, that which is moat thrifty and in the long run will yield most profitably, la tho one that starts with thrifty and vigorous trees that aro kept growing vigorously from tbo time they aro set In the ground. Onco let young trees get seriously stunted, either through laca of tillage or spraying, and It Is Impossible for them to develop Into what tbey would othcrwtao hare been. to enable hundreds of mountain Clrla to get a Christian education. Is bomethlng that not only does good. but does tho greatest good possible. MADISON COUNTY'S SHARE Prof. Matheny Is finding friends everywhere for the effort to ralso $10,000 In Madison County for tho projected "Kentucky Hall'' for the oung ladles of Derea College. Tho County is rich, generous, and has dono far too llttlo fan tho pait tor this institution. And very poor man In tho County foels that Derea Is his college In reach of his own children, and helping to make life better for all his family. The subscription should be hastened or too many girls will bo wltho'it cheltor uoxt winter. far-fam- PRES. kuI FROST'S LETTER Continued Iron I'lrat I'age Ever read "White Fang," Jack London's companion story to bis "Call of tho Wild?" Tho litttdr story, you will romember, shows how n dog gently reared, having been stolon for tbo Kloudlko slcdgo troll and most cruelly treated, escaped to the wolves and became ns savago as they, Whlto Fang shows tbo opposite tho forco of kindness m1 giirrotiiiijlngs nnj . has an Important social position. Is signed by both ers. Tho crude oil of tho Scottish peresident Tuft und King Gcorgo. troleum shales wo would call tnr over Just today tho Governor General it here, It Is so thick and black, but from It tbo refiners obtain Illuminating oil, nil Canada, tho Uuko of Connaught, last surviving son of Queen Victoria, lubrlcatlug oil, nmmonla uud purullln. first Is visiting tho Island for tho Now York Press. tlino. Tho Governor can only Invito tlireo inuii to dlno with him, and ho Historical Mlxup. Having learned the Important date has invited tho I'lemler of the. Iswhen tho United States mint was es- land, tho Lord Chief Justice and tho tablished and tho cotton gtu Invented, American Consul. a grammar school pupil In Kentucky, Tho Island Is nbout tlio blzo of tho answering 1110 question "Wlmt wero state of Dclawaro, and hus Its own two Important Institutions establish- llttlo Parliament and nil tho off!- ed. In WasJilcgtoui adtulnlsuntlpuf ' His commission It Is a mighty good plan to build a nice comfortable homo on the farm stead In placo of the little shock that has sheltered the family for genera tions, but It Is an easy matter to overdo the business nnd gat the bouse too big, so that Instead of being a real Continued (ram Pirat page comfort and convenience it may easily tie to tho nomination Is as clear and prove a bugbear and white elephant unlmpeachablo as tho title of any An Institution of this kind Is costly a financial backcandidate since political conventions to maintain If ono-ha-s began." Pres. Taft replies In a leng- set, while If one wants to sell such a thy speech which began with theso bouae would be a drawback rather an advantage. words: "I accept tho nomination than accept It as an which you tender. I The alfalfa leaf spot, a fungous dis a ease that Is doing considerable dam expression of confldenco that in servo age to this valuable crop In somo sec second administration I will the, publlo well." tions, may be reduced, according to SMALUOlt DANKf NOTES advice given by tbe Kansas experi Secy, of Treasury, MacVeagh pro- ment station, by frequent cutting and d In tho as complete removal of tbe Infected poses a reduction of leaves from the field as possible. In slzo of National Hank Notes malting the dimension cix by two and case a field Is Isbadly Infested tba mode of burning recommendation one-ha- lf Inches Instead ot seven tbe field over offer making a cutting twcnty-elgby thrw hundredths and ind allowing It to dry thoroughly. Inches. It is expected This means tbe loss .of one cutting, and to savo tho government about $900,-00- 0 but the subsequent crops will be annually. Tho average citiien Is tnougb larger to more than make up of tha. difference. Moro disturbed by tho scarcity Dank Notes than by their size. IN CONGItSSS CONSERVATION 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE ATTACKED An effort Is being mado in Congress to secure wholC3alo grants of water power rights to Electric Power Cos. without any compensation to tho pcoplo or any restrictions on tho I hade nifttina finnchlbo. This means tho destrucDesigns Copyrights Ac tion of tho conservation policy and a AnroiieaarKlliif a ahalrh and rirtcrlptl'm naf qutcklr aarartulu our opinion fit C"1"1'11"1 au creation of still greater power mono-lulle- d liiTaiill"i) U riiliablr ril"''1 lev which already oxlst In South tlinaalrlcllrjnalilll- - HANDBOOK onratrnlf anll live. I'iur.i .Kftiirr IWHT(m(imriii.i Carolina, and other ctatcs. It will lu. racelre nUl nulla. Hllbout cliarve, lu Ilia tho Democratic party many Votes If such measures aro allowed to go f,klr. IxraMt rlr. A handaomelr llliitf rated through. rulalUHi of anr n"'ll0o uial. Term: 14 a Tettrt (ourluoiitlil, U SuldbaJI iiawaJtlvr WOOL I11I.L PASSES & Co 36iDro.d..-- . New York MUNN Conforenco report In Congress on one-thirbt four-tent- saloonf The saloon cannot run without aomebody to run It I am. If I patronize it Tha aaloon cannot run without customers. I am. If I petition for It If the majority of do not ask for It. a saloon license cannot be granted. I am, it I apologlzo for It The busl-newould soon run Its course It respectable people did not make excuses for it I am. If I do not oppose tt The man who knows of a robbery and does not try to prevent It Is an accesaory. The man who knowa of the evils ot a saloon and does not oppose It la party to the evil doing. Journal a rr la responsible for the I am. If I keep a saloon. What IP OLD FRIENDS FALL OUT. .1 John Barleycorn. John lUrlfjcorn, Tha that flrat wa met, had a bank account, John I would I ha4 It jrat Tour warmth waa ao enraglnc Tour spirit thrilled ma through, I drew out my account. John. And car It all ta you. Of wealth, of looka, of health, John, Tou're scrupled not to rob. And worat of all thla very daj, Thla day you took my Jobl dr Denatured cst in wlu-lhe- sold cheaply. Relng polsonoua, It cannot be used as a beverage, but to use In tbe arts and sciences, or to burn, It is as good as any. Germany haa gone, ahead ot thla country and Is now manufacturing denatured alcohol for 14 and 16 cents a gallon and using It as fuoL Conditions at Webb City. Webb City, Mo., a city ot 15,000 people, wont "dry" In 1910. At that time she was slightly In debt Somo ot the. shook tfvelr heads ovor hor financial future with the revenue from 30 saloons wiped out Today Webb City has $10,000 in her banks to the city's credit nnd last year broko all provlous records by building 67i miles ot concrete walks. falnt-bcartc- Temperance people believe alcohol be denatured. The United should States government has taken tbe tax off denatured alcohol that It may ba Alcohol. Scientific flttiericnn. llrauch Grave, fc&Yt!U Wuhlnaioii, 1). False ICvcry want Is falso that discounts health or Imperils llfo to Insuro Ita gratification. A. A. Hopkins, Ph. D. Wsnt C. August 8, 1912. THE CITIZEN. at large, Tha fourth Taft delegate'! eat waa uncontested. The three contestants admitted they were not elected by tha convention which aent tha Taft delegatea or by any other. They only contended that If the Roosevelt forces had had a majority they would have been elected. There were 2360 attempting to add 131 precinct men ta vote carried. The Roosevelt men thw tha old committee was, of course, be- prevented a roll call and then bolted. yond bl power The resolution KENTUCKY. him to All vacancies, of Seventh District. course, applied only to those places In the Seventh Kentucky district tha which became vacant after they had total vote of the convention was 115. been filled and clearly did not apply to There were contests from four coun181 new precincts. It could not In the ties, Involving ninety-fivvotes. Acnature of things apply to a change cording to the rules of the party in from the old ayatem to a complete new Kentucky, where two seats of crcden-Ual- s syatem of precincts created by the city are presented those delegates council, because If they wero to be whose credentials are approved by the ailed the entire number of 831 new countr CB,lrrnan are tatMeA ,0 par. ucipste in the temporary organization '"'" 7 be filled. One system could not be 0n the temporary roll the Taft chair made into the other by a mere addl- wag tec(ed by ninety-eigh- t votes uuiibi aiiiruiuimcni o 101 cuuiiuiiirc- - and forty-wrerotea were cast for the men. No lawyer will aay that eucn Roosevelt candidate. The committee action by the committee thus consti- on credentials waa then appointed, contuted was Jegal. Therefore the action sisting of one member named by each which the lawful committee of 230 took county delegation. The majority reIn electing Taft delegates who made a port of the committee was adopted majority In the atate convention was nnanlmously by the convention, no delthe only one which could be recognized egation whose seats were contested as valid. being permitted to vote on Its own DELEcase. As soon as the majority report CONTE8TEO DISTRICT of the credentials committee had been GATES. adopted, the Roosevelt adherents boltALABAMA. ed. There was not the slightest reason Ninth Dlatrlot The Ninth Alabama contest turned for sustaining the contest for Roosevelt on the question whether the chairman delegates. Eighth District of a district committee had power to I The Eighth Kentucky district was fill vacancies, whether a committeeman who had sent bis resignation to composed of ten counties having 103 were necestake effect only In case be was not Totes, of which eighty-twpresent, being present, should be pre- sary to a choice. There waa no convented from acting as committeeman, test In five of the counties, and aland, third, on the Identity of another though the Roosevelt men claimed that there committeeman. The written resolu- contestwas one In Spencer county no was presented against the tion under which the right of the seating the chairman to appoint to vacancies was delegates offrom regularly elected Taft that county. This gave clslmed showed on Its face that the ! d , fKa,M ehty.four votes, or specific authority was written In In wer necM8ar' different writing and different colored a""m,D tha pencil between the lines. A number of 5?'?? 'n h" e Page Three., form to the aationai committee, which without division asked for, held them properly elected. Fourth District. The Fourth Texas district consists of five counties, each having one vote In the district convention under the THE TRUTH ABOUT THOSE DELEGATES Utosmlt Contests lustltitid changed hta ailad and called a Moetl log of tho committee for April 17. This committee called a coagTMsioaal convention to be held on May 19. Bat there was no publication of tha call, which had to bo thirty days before tho convention, until April 21. be Taft convention aeema therefore to havo been duly and regularly convened, while the Roosevelt convention waa not The Taft delegates were seated. 1 delegate summoned to the convention by Ita call. There were 440 of these whose sests were contested. If all of these bad been conceded to, Roosevelt to Deceive the PuMkx it would have made the Roosevelt vote 287 Totea less than a majority. The appeal to the committee on credentials ALL BUT 74 WERE ABANDONED from the decision of the national committee waa abandoned, as It ought to have been. Michigan. An Examination af the Facta Shows In Michigan the state convention Thai tha Tribunal Whloh Decided had In It about 1,200 delegates. There Thai Cantaata In Favor af Mr. Taft were only two counties In dispute or One waa Wayne county, in Wara Right In Every Inttanea Tha contest. which Detroit Is situated, and the other Remaining 1M Cantaata War Frivel waa Calhoun county. The evidence aua, and Thalr Prampt Abandonmant Reflects Upon tha Qanuinanaaa and left no doubt that the Taft men carried by a very large majority Wayne Validity af tha Ramalndar. county, but It waa Immaterial whether Wuhlntton. July 21. Here ara tbo this waa true or not, because, leaving; facta In relrtlon to the conteated seat out both Wayne county and Calhoun In the Republican national conTcntlon. county, the only counties In conteat, It la a eummary of detailed state- the Taft delegatea outnumbered by ment coins carefully into alt of the several hundred the Roosevelt and they had a clear majority case, a statement io thorough tbat It takes up ICO pagea of printed matter. out of the total number of votes that hould have been In the convention. Tola atatement ta alined by Mr. Victor The conteat waa so weak at to hardly Roeewater, chairman of the former national committee; by Mr. J. merit recital. n. Devlne of Colorado, chairman of tb Texaa. committee on credenttala of the RepubIn Texas there were 240 counties, of lican national contention, and by Mr. which four have no county governCbarlea D. Illlles, chairman of the ment The 24S counties under the call present Republican national committee. of the convention were allowed to have The total number of delegates sum- something over 1,000 delegates, repremoned to tho convention under Its call senting them, who were given authorwaa 1,078, with 340 necessary to a ity to cast 24S votes. Of tho 243 counchoice. Mr. Taft had 501 votes on tha ties there were ninety-nincounties In first and only ballot nnd was declared which tho total Republican vote wns tho nominee. Thero were Instituted but 2,000, In fourteen of which thero against 233 of the delegates regularly were no Republican voters. In twenty-seve- n elected for Taft contests on behalf of of which there were less than Roosevelt. TIicho contenta were stow-edl- y ten each and In none of which was Instigated not fur the purpose of there any Republican organization and really securing seats In tha convention, in uono of which had u primary or convention been held. It was shown that not for tho purtmne of adducing Colonel Co: Lyon, to whom had been which would lead nny respectable court to entertain the contests, but assigned as referee the disposition of for the purpcxo of deceiving the public the patronage of the national Repub- into the belief that Mr. Roosevelt had llcuti administration for ten years In more votes t tint) he really had, as the the state, had been In tho hnblt of conconventions and primaries were In trolling the Republican state convention by securing from two federal ofprogress for tha selection of delegates. This Is not only n necessary Inference ficeholders In each of these ninety-ninfrom the character of the contests, but counties a certificate granting a proxy It was boldly avowed by the chief edi- to Colonel I.yon or a friend of his to tor of tho newspapers owned by Mr. represent the county as If regularly Munsey, who has been Mr. Roosevelt's conferred by a Republican county orThe national committee chief flnsnctal and newspsper sup- ganization. porter. The -- 33 contests were reduced and the committee on credentials and the convention after the fullest Investiby abandonment to seventy-four- . ninety-ningation decided that The very fact of these 101 frivolous counties lu which thethese Republican vote contests Itself reflects upon the genu- was so small and In which there was ineness and validity of the remainder. no Republican party, no convention, no delegates Include six The seventy-fou- r primary, no organization, was not at large from Arizona, four at large proper source for a proxy to givethe n from Kentucky, four at largo from In- voto equal to that to" be cast by tho diana, six nt largo from Michigan, other 140 countlea In which there was eight at large from Texas and eight at a Republican orgaulzoUon and In large from Washington, and also two which primaries or conventions were district delegates each from the Ninth held. The two committees therefore 'Alabama, the Fifth Arkansas, the held auch ninety-ninproxies to be Thirteenth Indiana, the Seventh, illegal and not the hauls of proper repEighth and Eleventh Kentucky, the resentation. The two tribunals who Third Okluhomn, the Second Tennesheard the case decided that they should see and from each of nine districts, tho deduct tho ninety-ninvotes from the First, Second, Fourth. Fifth, Seventh, total of 243 and give the representation Eighth, Ninth, Teuth and Fourteenth to those who controlled the majority of Texas. of the remainder. The remainder was ir2 votes, and out of that the Taft CONTESTED DELEGATES AT men had carried elghty-nincounties, LARGE. having ninety votes. This gave to the Arltona, In the Arizona convention there were Taft men n clear majority In tho state ntnety-threvotes. All tho delegates-si- x: convention and with It eight delegates In number were to bo selected at at large. WASHINGTON. large. The counties were entitled to seTho contest lu Washington turned on lect their delegates through their county committee or by primary. In ono the question whether the Taft delecounty, Maricopa, a majority of the gates appointed by the county committee In King county, In which Seattle committee decided to select Its and a minority to have ft pri- Is situate, were duly elected to the or whether n primary, mary. In other counties there were convention which waa subsequently held and at tome contests, and the sttae committee, following the usage of the national which Roosevelt delegates were electcommittee, gave a hearing to all con- ed, was properly called, so that Ita retestants In order to make up the tem- sult waa legal. Under the law the porary roll. There waa a clear major- county committee bad the power to deity of the Taft delegates among the cide whether It would select the deleuncontested delegates. The committee gatea directly or ahould call a primary. made up the temporary roll and then In some counties of the state one remaining; course waa pursued and In other counthere waa a bolt, atxty-fou- r In King county the ties the other. In the hall and twenty-fivwithdrawing therefrom. The caae of the Taft committee consisted of 230 men, the majority was ao clear that It is difficult majority of whom were for Taft, and to understand wby a contest waa made. that majority, acting through Its executive committee, selected the Taft deleIndiana, gates to the state convention. MeanIn Indiana the four Taft delegates at of Seattle had large were elected In a state conven- time the city council It before had 230 the city. tion to which Marlon county, In which precincts. Now substantially the same Indianapolis is situate, waa entitled to territory was divided up Into 381 pre128 votes. A primary was held In Incincts. The chairman of the county dianapolis, at which Taft polled 0,000 committee was a Roosevelt man. lie and Roosevelt 1,400 votes. This gave had been given authority by general Taft 100 delegates In the state conven- resolution to fill vacancies occurring lu tion from Marlon county, and If they the committee. A general meeting of .were properly seated the control of the the committee had been held after the by a largo majority was city council bad directed the redisrictconvention conceded to Taft. Attempt was mado ing of the city, In which It was reto Impeach the returns from Marion solved, the chairman not dissenting, county by charges of fraud and repeat- that representatives could not be seing. These charges were of a general lected to fill the 331 new precincts uncharacter, without specification except til an election was held In September, as to one ward out of fifteen wards, 1012. Thereafter and In spite of this and then tho Impeaching witness ad- conclusion the chairman assumed the mitted be could uot claim fraud enough right by bla appointment to add to the to change the result In tbat ward. Tha existing committee 131 precinct comnational committee, upon which there mitteemen, and with these voting In men, rejected , the committee It is claimed that a pri were fifteen ontl-Tathe Roosevelt contestanta and gave the mary waa ordered. There was so much Taft delegates their seats by a unani- confusion In the meeting tbat this la However, the fact Is that mous rote. Senator Uorah and Mr. aoubtful. Frank II. Kellogg, both Roosevelt men, Ibe Taft men protested against any made speeches In explaining the votea action by a committee so constituted In which they said that the case turned en the ground tbat the chairman bad .wholly on the Marlon county primary, no authority to appoint the 131 new They refused to take nd as there was no evidence to Im- committeemen. peach the result certified, the title of part In the primary, and so did the La the Taft delegates waa clear. This is Toilette men. The newspapera reportwhose proceedings ed the number of votes In the primary the convention called forth such loud charges of theft to be something over 3.000. The Roosevelt committee showed by affidavit the nd fraud from Mr. Roosevelt. number to be 0,000 out of a usual total Kentucky. In Kentucky a contest waa Died Republican vote of 73,000. The action gainst only three of the four delegates of the chairman of the committee In dele-Kate- s, e o 1 e e e e c o dele-Kate ft r call. One county, Rains, chose an uncontested delegation, and that one was for Taft. The other four counties sent contesting delegations. The contesting delegations appeared before the congressional executive committee to present their claims, but the committee arbitrarily refused to bear anybody. Having exhausted every effort to secure a bearing, the four contesting delegations, together with the only uncontested delegation of the convention, withdrew to another place and held a convention and elected Taft delegates to the Chicago convention. The congressional convention which elected the Taft delegates was composed of more than a majority, and, Indeed, of practically all the regularly elected delegates. The national committee held the title of the Taft delegates to their seats valid by viva voce vote without calling for a division. d The Fifth district of Texas is of Dallas, Ellis, Bill, Bosque and Rockwall counties. Dallas county cast mora Republican votes than all the other counties of the district put together. The call for the congressional convention allowed each county to send not to exceed four delegates, but made no reference to the basis of representation of the respective counties composing the district There was a contest from Dallas county, but the Taft delegates were seated. Taft delegates were seated on the temporary roll from two counties, and Roosevelt delegates from the three counties, and the representation In the convention was fixed at one vote for each county without regard to tho number of delegates In the convention or the number of Republican votes cast In such county. A minority report of tho district committee was presented, protesting against the ratio of representation adopted. The chairman of the convention objected to tho presenta tion of this minority report Falling In this he abandoned tho platform and left the hall. The convention thereupon elected n new chnlrman nnd a new secretary, appointed a committee on credentials, which recommended tho seating of tbe Taft delegates from Hill county and the adoption of the minority report of the district committee as to the basis of the representation In the convention. Doth these recommendations were adopted, and Taft delegates to the national convention were thereupon elected by a vote of eight to three. The Roosevelt men thereafter retired to the south end of tbe hall, where they organized a meeting at which It was claimed the Roosevelt delegates to the national convention were elected. Tbe Republican vote for the district for 1003 was as follows: Dallas county, 2.0C8; Ellis, 304; Hill, 414; Bosque, 200; Rockwall, 33. Both the national committee and the committee on credentials sustained the Taft delegates. com-pose- f Tenth District In the Tenth district the decision turned largely upon the bad faith with which two members of the district committee voted In the seating of dale-gatand upon the bad faith with es Fifth District which one of them nsed the proxy Intrusted to htm. Tho Taft delegatea In this case bolted and left the hall and Immediately In the aame building organized another convention which con slated of delegates from six counties. Proceedings were regularly held; a permanent organization effected, tho report of the committee on resolutions adopted and delegates pledged to Taft were elected. The undisputed evidence indicated that a flagrant attempt had been made to deprive Taft of tbla district, to which be was'Jnstly entitled. The national committee sustained tho title of the Taft delegates and rJter-natby a practically unanimous vote. es affidavits were filed by committeemen who were present when the resoluUon was passed to show tha the rcsola- tlon contained no such authority. This , gave rise to a qucsUon 0 fact upon which n very large majority of both mo national cominmee and me committee on credentials held that the lead pencil Insertion was a forgery, tbst the chairman did not have the nit- thorlty therefore to appoint to the vacancies, and therefore the action of his committee wn, not valid. This to reject the contest-made It ants. The committee decided tho two other Jssues of fact before them In I ' T? JZT JtTJtemMnJ ,e ,rIct thcre cag() 'I" 1 ' ,7 enUtled1t " c,acnr convontIo n mnjor) delegates who uncontMted tci, of fc Fourteenth Dlatrlot In the Fourteenth district thero were fifteen counties In the district. When the executive committee met at Ban Antonio to make up the temporary roll there were ten members of the committee present whose right to act was undisputed, of whom six were' for Taft and four for Roosevelt 'There wero' four other Roosevelt men present whose right to vote was disputed and who were clearly not entitled to represent their county at that meeting. One of them held the proxy of the committeeman from Kendall county, who was dead, and the proxies from three other counties were held, two by postmas- OKLAHOMA. Third District. In the Third Oklahoma district the ques,0n of tlle valldty of ,lle scatg of .,, nesary 1 favor of the Tnft contention, although the first decision wns conclusive, ARKANSAS. Fifth District In the Fifth Arkansas the question was one of the Identity of ono faction or the other as the Republican party. This convention followed the example of tho convention of 100S In holding tbat what was known as the Redding faction was not the Republican party, tbat It was a defunct organization and had only acquired life at the end of each four years for the purpose of using It In the national convention. The contestants were therefore rejected. It was shown thnt the other or Taft had been In active existence as the Republican party, had nominated a local ticket and had run a congressman. , j CALIFORNIA. . Fourth District. The Fourth California presented this question: Under the state law the delegation, two from each district, was elected on a general ticket. In a group Each delegate might of twenty-six- . cither express his presidential preference or agree to vote for the preslden-Ua- l candidate receiving the highest number In the state. In the Fourth district the two candidates from that 8cond District district on the Tnft ticket expressed In the Second Tennessee district a preference for Taft, but did not delegates unconagree to vote for the candidates hav- there were tlfty-ulning the highest stnto vote. These Taft tested out of a possible total of 10S In delegates In the Fourth district re- the convention. There were forty-ninceived a majority of 200 more than contested. The Roosevelt contestants refused to abide the the Roosevelt delegates In that dis- In the forty-nintrict The national call forbade any decision of the committee on credenlaw or the acceptance, of any law tials and withdrew, leaving fifty-nin- e which prevented the election of dele- uncontested delegates. These fifty-nin- e delegates, part of whom were gates by districts. In other words, the call of the national convention was at Roosevelt men, remained In the convariance with the state law. The state vention, appointed the proper commitlaw sought to enforce the state unit tees, settled contests and proceeded to role and required the whole twenty-si- x select Taft delegates. There can be delegates to be voted for all over no question about tbe validity therethe state, assigning two to each dis- fore of their Utie. trict on the ticket to abide the state TEXAS. wide election, while the Republican First District national convention has Insisted upon The only remaining districts are the tbeinlt of the district since 18S0. That nine districts from Texas. Of these the convenhas been the party law. This First district was composed of eleven tion recognized the party law and held counties, each county having one vote, It to be more binding than tbat of the except Cass county, which had two. state law and allowed the two dele- The executive committee, composed of gates who had received In the Fourth one representative from each county, district a vote larger than their two made up the temporary roll, and In the opponents assigned to that district, to contests filed from two counties seatbecome delegates In the convention. ed both delegates with one-havote This was clearly lawful, for a state has each. Tbe convention elected the two no power to limit or control the basts Taft delegates, giving them ten and of representation of a voluntary navotes. Each county was tional party In a national convention. represented In this vote. A minority The fact that President Tnft by tele representing one and delegram approved all tbe twenty-sivotes bolted tbe regular convention gates as representing him Is said to be and held a rump meeting. Tue na an estoppel against his claiming the UonaI conlmlttee by unan(mout tott , election of two of those delegates In , ,M, , e e e lf one-quartthree-quarter- s It00sevcIt men. The chalrnlali Cochrn was n Hooscvelt n(i aUenllle(, (o nrevcnt tlle ma. mn Jorlty ot ,he commlt(e0 from takI action. The chnlrman was removed and another substituted, anil thereupon the convention was duly called to order on the temporary roll prepared by the congressional committee, which was made the permanent roll, and the two Taft delegates to Chicago were duly selected. Every county In the district bad Its representation and vote In the regular convention, and no person properly accredited as n delegate was excluded or debarred from participate lng In Its proceedings. Cochran and his followers bolted after bis deposition. Assuming that all the committee who went out with blm bad tbe right to act on the committee, It left tbe committee standing twelve for Taft and seven for Roosevelt, so It was simply a question whether a majority of the committee had the right to control Its action or a minority. Tbe bolting convention which Cochran held was not attended by a majority of the duly elected delegates to the convention. It did not have the credentials from the various counties, and Its membership was largely made up of bystanders who had uot been duly accredited by any county In the district. Its action was entirely without authority. TENNESSEE. nlen nm, sevc ,, COIlf,ressIonn, of commltte(,( whch WM m(u,e twclvo ,,,..,, ,.,, ,. I roll wns ma(le up hj Tut membcrs having a clear majority without per mitting these men to act under their proxies. There was a contest over tho delegation from Bexar county, which contains the city of San Antonio. Full consideration was given to this contest, but tho testimony was overwhelming that Taft carried tbe county by a voto of four or five to one. On tho proper basis the total vote In tbe district convention was of which tho number Instructed or voting for Taft was thirty-seveand the number voting or Instructed for Roosesixty-seven one-hal- ters and one by an assistant postmaster, while under tho election law of Texas no one who holds an ofllco of profit or trust under the United States shall act as a member of an executive committee either for the state or for any district or county. The temporary velt ing one. not votand The Taft delegation was therefore seated at Chicago. twenty-eigh- t one-hal- CONCLUSION. 8svonth District The Seventh congressional district of Texas Is composed of the following counties: Anderson, Chambers, Galveston, Houston. Liberty, Polk, San Jacinto and Trinity. Polk, San Jacinto and Trinity were without proper party organization. In Texas county chairmen must be elected by tho voters In each party. No such election was held in any of these three counties. In two of them Colonel Lyon assumed to appoint chairmen, which he bad no right to do. Lyon himself had classed these three counties as unorganized and with-ou- t party organization. Tbe convention met in Ualveston. The executive committee met prior to the meeting of tbe convention to make up the temporary roll of delegates. The executive committee bad before It tbe question of having tbe three unorganized counties represented in the convention. The executive committee refused to recognize them. When this action was taken by the executive committee a delegate from Houston county and tbe alleged representatives from the three unorganized counties withdrew from tbe meeting and proceeded to organize another convention, and upon this is based the contest, which was rejected by both committees, the national committee and the credentials committee. Eighth District. In tbe Eighth congressional convention a split occurred over tbe majority and minority reports of the executive committee as to the temporary roll. Tbe Roosevelt followers controlled the executive committee, but did not have a majority in the convention, which adopted the minority report and gave votes and RooseTaft five and votes. This revelt two and one-hasulted In the election of tbe Taft delegates, who were seated by both tbe national committee and tbe credentials committee. Ninth District. In the Ninth district the district committee was called by Mr. Speaker, a member of tbe committee, and not by tbe chairman. Tbe chairman refused to convene tbe committee because be claimed that all the delegates from Texas to tha national convention must be elected In tbe atate convention, that Colonel Lyon, his superior, had thus directed htm. The district committee was called. Seven members attended the meeting. Tbe district convention was called on May 13. Eleven counties out of tbe fifteen responded to tbe call and took part lu tbe convention. Three counties were not represented, and In one of these there was no election. After this convention bad been called tbe chairman of tht district committee one-half lf Tbe purpose of this resume of the contests In which there was any shadow of substance has been to Inform those who have not time or Inclination to read the longer and more detailed account of them contained in the larger pamphlet It is not essentllal to make ,Mr. Toft's title indisputable that all men agree on every one. of the Issues raised. They were decided by the tribunals which uniform party usage had mado the proper tribunals to decldo such contests. If those tribunals acted in good faith mistaken Judgment would As a not Invalidate their decisions. matter of fact, an examination of tho facts show that the tribunals wero right In every instance. There Is not the slightest evidence that they were moved by other than a mere desire to reach a right conclusion. On the other hand, tbe action of the Roosevelt men In bringing 1G0 contests that they promptly abandoned strongly tended to show the lack of good faith in tbe prosecution of all of them. Those who support President Taft can well afford to stand on tbe record in this case and to asseverate without fear of successful contradiction tbat tbe delegates whose seats were contested were as fairly seated in this convention as la any in tbe history of tho party. Tho Flourishing Birch. Ono valuable forest tree at least Is withstanding the Inroads of ax nnd (Ire. This Is the white birch, sometimes called the paper birch or canoe birch, since It furnished tbe Indians tbe material for their famous canoes. The opinion has been ventured by the forest service that more white birch Is now growing In tbe United States than was the case 200 years ago. It spreads rapidly over spaces left bare by forest fires, but It Is a nliort lived tree and doti not prosper where It has to compete with other trees for light and soil. No other wood as hard as birch can bo worked with so little dulling of the tools, aud this quality, with its color aud Us failure to warp after seasoning, mnkes It much used In the manufacture of various novelties. Practically all spools nre made of birch, and In Maine alone, which Is the chief scat f this Industry, some SOO.OOO.OOO spools are turned out each year. Harper's. band-80iuo ,,,., '""'.Taft dldacy of all his delegates and tbe election of two of them? Why should be be thus estopped to claim that part of tho law was Inoperative because In conflict with the call of the convention Thlrtoonth District In the Thirteenth ludlana there was question about tbe victory of the Taft men. because the temporary chair- man representing the Taft side was conceded to have been elected by one- a vote more than the Roosevelt f vote extended candidate This through the riotous proceedings, and although It was not as wide as a barn door It waa enough. The chairman put the question as to electing tbe Taft delegates, and after continuous objec- tlon lasting three hours declared the one-hal- delegate. Second District In the Second Texas district there were fourteen counties. Two counties were found not to have held conven- Hons and one county to have no I K&te present The convention was ,hen constituted by the delegations credentials. Tbe at held Port of the committee on credentials was accepted upon roll call, and then the representatives of five counties withdrew from the hall. Tbe repre-halBentntlves of four of these counties held a rump convention. Tbe regular convention remained In session several hours, appointed the usual committees, which retired and made their reports, which were accepted, nnd elected twn Taft delegates to the national conven tlon and certified their election in due re,ar re-n- "What has bappeued to your right arm, Shadboltl" "Nothing." "Then why, If you don't mind my asking, are you carrying it tn a sllng7" "Because Dlnguss will be here pretty soon, and he'll want mo to sign a promissory note with blm." A Man of Resources. f Tribune, - Chicago It la tho ancient nnd very difficult prol lem of squaring the circle." Washing ton Star. "What we want" said the orator, "Is a square deal." "Yes," replied tbe studious reform er. "And In order to secure that we must do away with the political ring The AncUnt Problem. Page Four. I HE CI liZEN. Mr. nnd Mm. Simpson f waking nn extended visit with Mr Siinpwru n imott, Mr. nnd Mri. T. A. Roblu- - August 8, 1912. T LOCAL PAGE NfcTS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY Of SOURCES A 0 v o Mr. J. 0. Harrison and daughter, sevetaj tablet. , were sorvid on tlio lawn, wo beautifully decked wltli Japanee latiterUB aud flowers a kandaoiue boyuet gracing each of the which meut STOC K ED I C I N ES are visiting In Lexington this o wk. REV. C, M. BARER DEAD the Jolly crowd dlsjienied, each haunted by the lraib memory sweet strains of music, pleasant chat, and au abundance of delightful re- 10-4- At DR. BEST, DENTIST CITT MOKK IS & Office over Berea Bank Trust Co. DAN H. BRXCK Fire, life, Accieat, and Lire Slock INSURANCE Will sign your bond. Phone 505 L Richmond , Ky. Ni TIME 7ABLX. Mar- t- Bouu Leo--1 7:W , m. 19:U p. m. KtoirUlt :M 1:04 p. m. KEK- KT:6 a-:80 p. Cincinnati South Bouud LooaJ 1:16 p. m. C. 31) a. to. Cincinnati 12:84 p. ui. 11:81 BKKKi :M J'- rills Kxprea Train Stop to take on aud let utf p sen-cfrom beyond Dayton, O., or from Atlanta and bvyond. t a. :5 ar South Ikun CttxlcnaU BSK- KBXl'JLi :ov a-- m. 11:44 a. m. North lxmn 4:4C p. nu 1:37 p. m. Cincinnati Mr. Ned Mcilune is Btartlug ou trip for The ClUieu. He uuother to tnako cxj1 any mistakes Iromli that may have bten made. Borea vielwmts Itev. and Mrs. lCnlght t its number of resident. Mr. Knight has rented aud takes I.osebslou of lJrof. BUney's house ou lUchmond like the last of this mouth. Mrs. Knight aud boo arrived Saturday aud was heartily welcomed by mauy friends at the Union churcl) Sunday. '.Mrs. B. H. KoberUs has resumed 6rvios her regular Sunday at Hart betUeuwut. The atteudauoe Sunday was fine. It is not every Pl&cc Miss Estell Conn of Iaucaster was the of the size that can command bervieeg of one bo talented aud a Berea visitor on Friday and Satur-aa- y of last wk. efficient. Mr. W, H. Porter was at home from Hays of Oadbden, Ala., Wlss Is expected home this week for a 'Xiugton over Suuday. Mr. W. B. Logbdou of Urassfleid two wteks stay with her pareuU, as a Berea visitor, last week. Mr. aud Mrs. Krauk Hayes and othvr lelatives. Mrs. Hall and sous, and Miss Nora Mlbs Gertrude Collette was In towu Wyatt are visiting Mrs. Hall's parJ rlday and Saturday. Miss Colletba ents at Waluut Grove, Ky. was a former Berea btudeuU Mrs, Julia Crump of Islington, who Muth's Nut Biscuit bread at Holilias been visiting relatives lu and day's, good as ever. around Berea returned home, Satur 'Mlbs Carrie Spaugler left last weok day. 'for her home lu I'aotalus, K) where John Gabbard is able to be out In she will spend the remaining part bwwU again. Wo buy for cash and bejl for cash. of the summer. Miss Spuugler his titan attending Summer bck.ool. wherefoie it pays to get all your iir. and Mrs. Victor Bapbael left, good things to eat at HolHday's. Monday, of this week for J'leasant For fine mountain air, Berea has Itldte. Ohio, for u few weeks visit th medal, the week passed, llrts with friends aud ilatlvts. have hum Ifghbtd in botee homes. f Kxtra Maukets ure in deMiaud Mr. John Williams, a btudeut unl the Summer School, left lor his home the bibbd tain laid the dust, wby for the remaining pait of the Miiu- - go abroad for weather? Berea has It, wer. the fluett August braud, M degrees Ms. l'rauk JMaatr and children of August 4. Judge Holllday gave a social yejiow Springs, Ohio, came Jan to for a two weeks visit wltit his friends, at his homo on Richmou; Berea student for a number of years. last Tuesday eveulug, in bon- The groom is a profeasor of Ber-- a her paiuiits, Clr. and Mrs. K. Owen. W. aud Mrs. K. It. Kelley of Sta- or of ht mother, Mrs. Harrlett"Holll- - College, occupying the chair of Agrition Camp ale visiting Mr. and M. day of Perry County, who Is visiting culture, e him this week. The happy couple left, Friday, for J. H. Wagers, this week. Mrs. A. P. Smith was a jw days visit, with the parents of Ambrose underwent an Mr. f.uther operation last week for a growth ou day,called V Cincinnati, ()., last Fri the groom, Ju Ohio. They will then ou account of the ttickn. i..k ,f speud the remainder of their honey- 1.1s limb. He will soon he out again. l or mother, Mrs. Westburg, of that moon at Niagara, Ontario and Chau Mr, I). M. Gott is now spending his Uiu'jua, atlou with his sister, 'Mrs. J'rathr, city. Marshall Vaughn, who has bum Sept 4th. returning to Herea about Mr. at Siurs, Ky. attending the University of Tennes Their many friends with them Ions MUs Jeau Cameron returned last Saturduy morning from her old home see, this summer, returned on Fri- lives of usefulness aud happluess. day of last woek to six-na few In Novu Slla, where bhe has hmu LAWN FETE weeks with his parents near Berea. Isl()iig for a few Mr. J. 0. How man, who has been Mr. I,. 0. I'owell of Smlthiield, N. On last Tuesday evening Mr. and C, arrived lu IJerea, Monday. Mr. Physical Director of the City Y. Mrs. J, B. Hichardson gave a lawn M. C, A. of Frankfort, for the past Powell will be a college employee year, returned on Monday to lj with few, at their home on Piospect St., tliu lemalulug pail of the vacation Wilhis parents fcr a few days before in honor of Mlts Hattlu aud Mr ond he will then enter school. liam Phlllipa, of Frankfort, Ky. BOlng to King, N. C, where he Miss May I'&rHous, who has linm About twenty young people woro to take chargo of the King visiting her sister, 'Mis. 1'iovle Humprebent. Splendid music was renderHigh School. phrey, of Canard County, since ed by Miss Grace Cornelius and MM A letter from Prof. Smith who is returned homo and Mr. Wm. Phillips. Refresh- last In the Manchester Hospital states Saturday. that his .ijg does not prove to be e, afu-rno- Iter. C Mlltou Baker, close of Tl. Harriett Holltday aud grand- Berea College, died at Flower Hubo-ltu- l, daughter, Laura, of Kerry County Toledo, 0., Aug. 1st after twe ae been vlHltlue her bou, Judj,e month Illness, Including a delicate IloHlduy, Blnce lout Saturdu . Tbey oration by the surgeon. Chronic returjd hotue, Wedneitday. TyphOB U bald to be the cause of from Mr. L. V. Gabliard returned bis death. Knoxvttle, Teuu, last week where Mr. baker was a mm of J. A. Baker he ha b.n taking suuiiuer work Rt of Wallaceton, Ky. Me nerved floral th U'er4ty. Methodist Episcopal churches in Km- Gwd tUiigs to eut at lloltlday'e. itucky. The later year have Wn t door to pout office. AM new spent as trustor tf several different and freeh. charges In Ohio. The last being nt Mr aud Mns. Clere Woolf returned Pnilrte Depot His ministry ha on Monday from Marlon, where Mr. earnest and successful. He married Woolf has benn rtnlUne with rela- Jlorence Chancy "1 years ago. She tive for some time. and lour chllUren survive him. Tbv Mr. John Jacksou, wIkj t now body will rest In Jlawore, 0., where at Idamay, wa vlsitlug with the family will ewd make their home. home fiHkr, Sunday. Judge Morcau, of U'.'slle County, BE A FAIR Bjx'Ut a few doye vlttltlue lu Berea The bent "alr lu the hUtory of 11. liuit wek. came off lust week, lasting from Mr Cht)ter Lewis Is now 8)iend- itig a few dajs with his Berei July 31 to Aur. 2. The mauapement of the entire Fair frleude. The Misses Paline Burulte of Cleve- was excellent. There was no gambling land, 0., and 0. M. Walton of ypsll-nut- l, no disorderly conduct. On the whole, the Berea Fair O., are visiting at Boone Taveru represented by Mr. E. T. lor a few days. J"i6h, as Secretary and Treasurer, is Prof. K. C. Seale went to Slmpsou-vill- e, to be congratulated upon their successMonday, to complete the battleful effort to make for Berea and surment for the bewer system, which rounding country a clean and he and Mr. Oo, Dick hae been confair structing for the Lin win Institute. Mr. and Mrs. W, S. Prather of LexWITT-CLA- M ington aud the Misses Myrtle Gott, Haze) Azblll aud itachel Kennedy of Miss Emma Jane Witt, of Witt Kiel) mend were visitors of Mr. and Springs, Estill Couuty, Kentucky, Mrs. W. O. Hayes last week. aud Prof. Francis O. Clark, were Mrs. C. S. Knight and little sou, married last Friday afternoon at the Reginald, arrived In Berea last Sat- home of the bride's cousin, Mr. urday morning. Grant Witt, of Winchester, Ky. The Krah flour and meal and the best Rev. Morton, cf Brea, officiating. The bride is a beautiful aud accomth&t le made at Holiday's. Good plished young lady She has ben a things to eat. Prof. Chas. B. Lewis is at McKeo tills week, instructing the Teachers institute, being held there. Mr. Win. Phillips and sister. Hat-tiof Frankfort, arrlv!d on Wednesday of last week for a visit of beVerAl days with Mr, and Mrs. j. B. Mm n ed I frcahmenU. LIGHT PRIMARY ELECTIOH Wf cffy thr followiiif brspds: BUck Bmught, Kriitucky Hoimn's Condition Powdtn, Kmtdy, Colic Klif nd Llnimenn, Htttling PKAT7" Animal Hrgulatof and Poulty Regulator. BOUKBON Block Tonic, Hug CIoliy Kmdy, Poultry Cure, liiMcticldr, and Kit pioductr, PBOPLK'S Slock Itrmcdy and Poultry Htmtij COX'S IlarUd Wiic Uniinent, KHNBAI.L'8 Spavin Cert nrtd othrs. Bitmf C. E. PORTER, Ph. C. Burua l'rtmary tlhtctlou called tut 10 Thirty-l- x only sixty-fou- r voters were undtir the ilepubllcatt device und twenty-elcl- it under the DemoRECEPTION cratic, of which elRhtwn were ttr Helm and ten for Bulllvnti. ThrouKh Aliout fifty guest gathend at the out the shite a nimllurly light Prim- lomo of Her. and Mrs. Robert, Bat ary vote Ik reported. urday evening, for a reception v In. Koblnsou and his bride, formerly FDR SALE Miss Martha J. Click. A pleasant nodal hour pased as crettlngs and fa Farm in Garmrd Couuty, contain-Hi- p wcllc were said. SC 2 aor ptod land, pnd orch-oMrs. On the third Inst. Br. aud cottape house. eimhI Htiiall barn, Robinson started on a long wedding drilled well, about three mile from tourney to the Phtlllplne Islands Berea. iTIce JK lar acre. whrre the Doctor holds a resjonslble llouw nnd lot in Bemi, two Btory, Government Medical iiosltiou Miss plenty room, orchard, mountain water Mwy accompanied them. She expect in house, bora, pojd carden, these to do work as nurse In that field. two places id what you ueed to take advantage Of the exiioune of ttecdlne MRS, ELIZABETH HORN your children to Berea Collece, the A beautiful soul pasw-school In the Btates. AUvndauce from e&rth last winter about seventeen hundred to heaven on the eve of the rd of Price lor house and lot August when Mrs. Elizabeth Horn students. Phone Bere, Ky. CABINET d, 1L J-a a V1UOHOUH t.Dip-- r It tKt ui erlL mri who mrm aa an old aLoe aa crrmally f llttU worth. Mpurcouo. rujr WHAT TO DO WITH LCFT-OVER- lt "Every day Is a fresh beginning" with They are like houso-work, "powerful constant" It Is In- ,'t'1 urPriuiC bat good and app- left-over1 D N. Welch, Postmaster SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION The Sunday School convention of n the Glade District will be held the Baptist church, Barea, Sunday Aug. JJ at I c clock. A strong program of addresses on Suuday School work with Eood music has been pmjiared for the occasion. A cordial Invitation is extended to all who are latervcted in the work. r ud the mcmbors of the congrega- Hons to spsud the afternoon at the convention. . A good time Is erio.-ted- Buggies!! The best thing on earth is all you can expect, and that's what you get when I I Bs you buy your BUGGY at WELCH'S cooked pieplant, or freah 1 better; sprinkle with sugar, put on an other layer of buttered bread, cover with the pieplant and bake. This dea-be-rt may be covered with a merlngao or not a one likes. Mutton Beat currant Jelly J CREDITORS TAKE NOTICE until smooth, measure three table-spoonf uls la a hot saucepan, add a tra-- ' As assignee of K. J. Hngle und Son. spoonful of lemon juice and two W. C. Ragle, tHug the aon, I will of butter. When the buton Friday, August 23rd, 1M2 In the ter is melted, reheat thin slice of law offlco of T. J. Coyle In Bvsi, cold boiled mutton in sauce. S tinea Ky., nit to hear proof and receive wltht salt and paprika. Minced Lamb- Chop remnant of claims against R. J. Hngle and Son havlug cold roast lamb; there should be a of Berea, Ky. All persons 'cupful. Put two tablesoooafnla of kat- claims against them will on or Hcr In a hot saucepan, and when meltsaid date produce them to mo ed add the lamb, some salt pepper cither In jwrson or by mall, projer-l- y and celery salt and dredge thoroughverified ax required by law or ly with flour; then add enough stock came will be barred. or water to moUten. Srve hot oa All persons owing R. J. Kngle and small slices of buttered toast Dried Wf chipped in small piece Son, or W. C. Engle will please come forward and settle and If not settled and added to a rich white sauce makes. a fine accompaniment to baked potawithin 20 days, same will be sued. toes for a luncheon or supper dish. quietly breathed her last at the home of Dr Preston Cornelius. Mrs, Horn had for as me years made her hone with her daughter, Mrs. Corn- Uus, who ministered to her with lorlng care of a devoted daughter Because of her weak health few Ben people knew the devout and gracious lady who had sent out Into d family of the world a uons aud daughters who are making the world better. The remains were taken to Lorain, O., the family hour w nere tie f uaeral service and Inter- will tako jilace, d Mrs. Horn had bvn a for some years, rarely going out aud apenoing moc 01 me lime in Her own room A week before her death sue was taken 111 but made parti a to be followed by a relapse last Saturday which termiuated fatally though quietly. high-minde- "ut seml-lnvall- bination. For a good detaert In aa emergency. try using this Putter a few slice or prepared froa Z"U a"D" nu', tne combination of two or mora foods. ; cook, "all 1 To the frugal and sarin fl,h comw t0 hvr A fBl of cooked spinach left from dlnner may be mixed with mashed potato, egg and seasonings and sauted In bacon fat, making a nice little luncheon or breakfast dish. As escalloped dish of rie and s Is most appetizing. iut a layer of cooked rice In a baking dish, pour over asparagus which ha been aerv! with white sauce, another layer of rice and asparagus and finish with crumbs well buttered. Bake until thoroughly hot If there Is not enough of the asparagus, add a hard cooked rg or two to the comleft-over- gas J(ur over ur, . h . . . , ... R8u - be-fo- re This July 2Cth, 112. J. J. Brannamau, FOR Assign SALEJJR RENT ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. ' "Save the Difference" FOR W'uH-I'etd- 8ut, SALE One 7 room houMj on west side of Boone St, Ky. llano furnished and one room rtserv-eBest location In town. Well ami all necessary Rent 110 ier month, or sale price I2.S00 If bold within 30 days. See N. J. Coylo or write Kll Baker, Harlan. Ky. d. ' Wi buys a large lot and four room cottage and outbuildings ou Kid. er. St., Berea. Ky. $too down and 1260 in one year. If purchased by Sept. 18th, I will give a 0 bedroom ault to purchaser. Write to J. D. Creech, Kl t'ajon, California. BONDS FOR SALE We the undersigned Board of Trus-tof the Island City Graded school district No. 3, Owsley County, Kenw fW$aleH TYPEWRITERS: Snvo J10 by buying a typewriter now, greatest aalo In history, bankrupt stock. Standard makes, like brand new, low as ten The Philosopher of Folly. dollars. Write for prices. We lay "When a girl goes gunning for and allow 3 days trial. says the Philosopher of Typewriter Inspection Co., husband." Folly, "sho should so that hor pot 235 W. 4th St.. Cincinnati. O. der Is drr " The niue Grass Fair, at Lexington, has engaged for th week. August 11 to IT, Buhlor, In his sensational, death, defying act of lying on the track la front of grand stand and allowing any Automobile, any slie, any weight golni at full speed, with passengers, to rut over his body at the rate of 15 mllot in hour. Don't fall to sco Bahlcr, the nutomo bile fiend, the original and only acl of Its kind In the world. Positively no protection uied. eX-le- ct t, tucky, offer for sale (1200; two hundred dollars In Bonds at C per cent against said district Money 1 wantto ed at once any perum desiring purchase said Bonds, write the under signed. J. W. Smith, Chairman. F. F. McCollum, Secretary. TENT MEETINGS GLOSE 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. typhoid but overwork. The week of inietlugs held In the Pi of. Howard returned, Monday, Hi. tent at Berea by Rev. Chos. Spurgeon will b) hero the rest of the Duinrwr. Knight clorxil with a largely attendiwieu )xtnd a weKotno to I'rof ami THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1912 ed servlco Sunday evening. Desplur Mis. Howard, They will occupy of the Fulr and Show attractions u AT 2 O'CLOCK, P, M. I art of Ilia double cottager 011 Hstlll week the attendance outgrew I will sell my J arm at Public Sale lust . . ... at... ...... Ht. .1... !.... ........Al .. . PUBLIC SALE lf THE RACKET STORE MRS. EARLY I). Jones of Illchiiioiid wa Mrs, Dr. Baker the later YlsliliiK part of lust week. Mr. .Jim Dowden of CMfinifo u Vl. IHiiK relutlveg at Palm J,,.jl jK Hill ami in (own, Mr. Dowdeii wuh lormurJy (,f Berea. 'Mrs. (riiinpbeji iiHin,, ft fw ,i vs fKO for II Visit With her tMiiL..lr Mis. Chu. Biinlettn. MIsh Dora F.ly who Is teanliiiig ut I'eytonlowii (jimo hoiue ovr Hatur- luy uml Hiiiiduy, (1. I., Johnson, who h worklnit lu Oliiiilniiiitl, wua homo for the fair. V. Mrs. located in (jarran! ( ouuty lour and one-hamiles from I.aiicaMeronSuKar Creek I'ike, coMaming lofij-ic- i acres, iiiiirovcineiitk coiuint of two story o frame dwclliiiK in ood repair, i burn 120x40 ft. und other improvements. This is a very productive Farm all in raMi hut 40 acres, fine for Wheat, Tobacco, Corn, III uexrass ami Clover. TKK.MS Ka.y and will he .Made Known on lUy of Sale. For further information write me. To-haic- Uiat the uudleiico Sunday evening ad- jouriied to the Psrlsh Houso which was filled, to h:ar the last of the splendid series of wrmons by Bri. Knight. Surely thene inietlngu meun a fjulclamluK of the Hph'ltual life tf the hwinit und cf the churches of tin. town. Wo hope for more of t Straw hats at half price. N. II. BOGIE, 37SS. Uppo St. Ui!a(toa, Ky. I, M. Dunn, Auct,, Daiivllle,Ky. tamo character at uo distant data. Friday night Rv, Howard Hudaoa prftiched a helpful Hermoii In tho ubsencn of Pro. Knight., Mr. Frary hu3 won many hearts by his efftcctlvo tsiuglug. HAYES BEREA, "15e? Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY August 8, 1912. THE ClilZliN Wane Five l Home Course In Domestic Science I. Ufa Scope of Domestic OUR TEACHERS' DEPARTMENT Edited by Prof. Charles D. Lewis Menageries For Country Schools Kvery ono knows tho Joy of tho Ilo may look bad, but will not hurt small boy at tho coming of tlio show you. If kept In a Jar orptutoboarJ box with leaves from tho treo from with Its atrango animals nnd kindred attraction. Would It not bo groat which ho Is taken for food, you mny If tho school could hold ono tenth seo him spin his silken cocoon In part of tho fascination for him? It which ho spends tho winter and thon imusi npproncn 10 uiai cuiiumuii, my changes to a great, beautiful moth. Hut tho menagerie should Include dear teacher, if you do your duty, bo many moro specimens than thoo repKvery opening exercise should fresh and, If o8slble, without mak- resenting tho Insect world. From ing It raorely "catchy," a surprise tho fields oomo tho Tend, ono of our Kach recitation, too, must glvo tho best friends and most Interesting child something fresh and Interest- pet. He may bo kept In a Jar, or a EDITH C. CMAKLTON ing which Is not found In the books lox like, tho ono for hopjiers. Feed Tho selection of food for tho table In ho studies. There Is the greatest him flics, nnd see how ho eats them. 7 uourisu.ng UJ)k of u,,, teacher, nnd you can Observe his eyca, how ho breathes, and mny yield the , material,, ' his mouth, and havo a supply of tadM to wether, )ou nr" a for growth Is one of woman's greatest the poles If poslblo, to show what bis tasks. To be tho maker of a homo teVwhcr or only a keeper, by from which strong men and women dcslro you havo to hold every child baby days wcro like. Feed the a shall go forth to build and keep a tho green scum, or any of tho your district by tho attractive Hon Mwerfiil nnd united Is the high-- 1 power of your work and your school slimy growth found In stagnant water. est task given to human beings. Thlsroom From tho crock comca the crawfish, ,1 minimis II UC Wum. IS HUB UOUCSi I I nt n m. a most Interesting nnlntnl In the ly equipped mid trained for It? ' schoolroom. Keep him In a Jar of gest that you start a "Window Ths Task of Homsmaklng. It may havo no.,.,elephant or water and feed blm earthworms, tr 11111:111 snnro in me wen ucinc 01 .. -- i,.. .,.. 1. .. i, scraps of unsaltcd meat. Watch tho u 1 tho family demands not only an Intel-- . , 0 Ut ?0n"-h- er way ho mores, both backward for tho and llgent knowledge of the principles of work, but also Interest and enthu-- 1 lhlnB 08 wcU as mcct hls deBlro to forward, tho uso cf his large pinchers, his feelers, how ho cats, the slnsm In It. To be a really successful loo); at things that are ullvo. housekccHT n woman must be an enTo begin with get a collection it (whirling paddles under tho front edgo of the shell which pulls thusiastic housekeeper. Very few, If grasshopjicrB. They nre "small tho any, men have achlurcd success In any but very Interesting. You can 'water under It past tho gills which work to which they hnve given only got tho children to bring glass fruit you cau seo well If you will kill ono part of their thought nnd a niggardly Jar, half gallon It possible, or tho nnd. cut ono side of tho shell away. share of their enthusiasm. I believe Another attractive pet Is tho gray a that tho largest per cent of unsuccess- boys can make cages. For this lizard, or swift, which tho boys can Is always found nun it box, 8x8x10 In. Is a good slz ful housekeepers among the women who are cither do- - jinny bo taken and bottom and toi easily catch on fences nnd trees. Do Ing their work Iguornntly and accord- by screen wire. When su not fear them, for no lizard In Kening to somebody's tradition or because n the window nllows Sir. lloppor tucky Is poisonous. The slendor their Interest nnd cnthuslnsm arc given t0 watched to good advantage. V "scorpion" as they are so often calldoor, with a sliding tin shut- - ed, the slender lizard with blu, among men tor, should bo made, through whlcii white and red ctrlpcs on tho body, and women that housekeeping requires a little less Intelligence than almost tho pets may bo fed. A number of and tho ono lacking tho blue aud nny other kind or work? Why Is It different kinds and ages may bo kept having a red throat, are ucrfcctlv Hint the most Incompetent person Is together, but do not bo surprised If harmless. the one who generally offers her serv- th largo ones cat tho small ones If These creaturca will glvo "life" lo ices In domestic work? "She would do jou do not put In fresh, tender grass any school and tend to keep the boys bettor In some one's kitchen" Is the rewith you, but many others can bo .mi tin, iiiu uiuiui win nut 0111 mark very often made of tho unsucenjoy catching, watching, and caring brought in and not endanger tho cessful woman. spry little fellows, but What HouUeptr Should Know. for these get much more pleasure nnd Do not bo afraid to do they will theso things It require Just as much brains to keep a house us It should be kept as It profit out df language lessons If th;y for fear of what the parents may say. does to perform nnr other kind of nre allowed to wrlto nbout them. 1ho parents arc not half such bad work. It requires Just ns much knowl- - .Subjects for lessons will be easily people as many teachers think them, ' found. Let mo suggest edgo nnd energy to mnko a homo the following: or pretend to think them. If tho which truly fultllls nil the term Implies Mr. Grasshopper's head, children aro Interested In tho school ns It does to engage In nny other In- - !Mr. Grasshopper's Legs (Illustrat-dustrnnd learn, havo no fear. Aside from And 110 other work demands C(j j this, however, remember you quite ns much of tho whole hearted In-- 1 ,r Qnwshopper's Wing. (Illustrat- - aro In tho school room thnt bo a to the real person, ns does home-- ! trrest. MAKKR of public sentiment, not a makliig. One good reason why there J,r Grasshopper's food, and how 1'OLLOWBR. nru so many Indifferently managed Next week I shall try to give somehomes Is becnusv housekeeping In gen-- 1 1' '"nts It. thing which will intercut tho girls of eral has not as yet been put 011 tho Grasshopper Kggs and nests, name plane ns other Industries. Ona j Haby Grasshopera. tho school moro Hum toads, crawfish reason why so many women arc need- The80 subjects have two great pint Insects. In tho meantime, get !'.' '" vantages over some that wo s?e busy nnd start your menagerie. If providing tnsk nnd shelter for their families U because of lack of r.lven In books. In the frtt placo It works, writo yoUr methods and reknowledge of the fundamental prin- they aro simple, 1. e. do not cover sults. If it does not, wrlto mo and ciples of their work. Iick of train a largo field, In the second placo let mo help you make It work. ing nnd practical education Is re-- the child looks at something alive Hut of all things, let mo repent, Hponsiblo for many fall- - to get his material. get busy, bring real llfo to your ures. A woman said to me: "I cook other Insects may ba cnged and school by llnkllig your school work to uiusi, 1101 oe- - Btllueil. iur ui, iiuiii, .. KsDeelnlK- - lni,.re.W tho activities of tho home, tho farm, rause I have nny Interest lu the art. 'treat green worm, as long as one's tho forest, and to. nature everywhere. for I thoroughly dislike It." "Are you "Q ona """ n good cook?" Mild. "No. I nm not." C. D. L. was tho nuswer. "If nm ever sue- cess fill It Is due to luck more than skill, localise tvully know nothing nlHiiit the iclcnce of It. nnd, after yenrs of pxierlence, I simply can't get Interested In It." Fnless this woman Is quite unlike the rest of humanity, her dislike can be traced to her failures, for 110 one dislikes to do that which ho can do really well Just n little better perhaps than any one else. The woman who llnds pleaNiireln making bread Is generally the woman who has won the blue rlblwu at the county fair and who has u rcpulatlon for be--, Ing the best breadmnker lu the town-hhlShe kuows something nbout yeasts and Hour, understand! the prop-e- r temierature for bre.idmnklng and llnds her task pleasure because she tins had 8Ut!lr!cut Interest lu It to become familiar with Its science. Tho housekeeper's work. If properly performed, gives regular exercise to nil her faculties. If she understands, as she should, the effect of heat aud cold iion food materials, upou liquids and solids, she will have a working knowledge of physics. If she kuows something ubout digestion and personal hygiene she will not he a stranger to the study of physiology. Her Intelligent handling of acids, alkalis and the treatment of tho different fabrics In the laundry will necessitate a familiarity with chemistry. If she understands the scleutlUc side of canning and preserving' and the preservation of food by other methods, as well as the processes of cheosemaklng, sterilizing, etc., she will be on familiar terms with household bacteriology. If ANDREW JACKSON. she does uot understand these simple truths, so closely related to her work, The seventh president of tho United States was bom In L'ulon county. Ignor-iucof them naturally presup- - N. C, In 1707. At tho ngo of thirteen he enllMod as a soldier In tho war of tho Revolution. poses working In the dark. In tho war of 181- '- ho commanded tho American forces at decisive victory which iiinde him n nu hattle of Now Orleans, winning Tho Well Rounded Llfo. nt Thu aim of life hhuuld not bo to I'opular hero. JnckBon was elected president In IS'JS and Deuiocr.it. Jackson died at. hi' homo. terra. ..w.n.t nil Hi,. ..iTort at our dnvs lii the end of his first ...... . . Ho was In Kl IT. tlrcf film K..l...lll.. i " ' "" work ns s nip y o satisfy the physical "Idler was won by his defeat of thu free Indian- - nt 'l.ilhu emj In WW body without any thouKht needs of tlw . , .. a ... " 1,1 aim no True It Is for mental development. v.... that n sound mind U usually found oBainsi ma oeminoies. ms noun.iuei lu a sound body, but it Is also true that an empty head, like an empty THE CITIZEN FOR ALL THNEWS ."V'00"10 Malu. nniJ, CaUfornUMonineh. U i)iiully susceptible to counlu Where nil thought and effort nro NEWS FROM OLD KENTUCKY tries In Scuth America and Kuropo given to iieiiiilrlnu wealth, winning It has news letters overy week or depend upon Tho Citizen for nows cf toclal or pi ill! i I position without till: lui; into account tho other side of life two 'from about forty correspondents their friends in Kentucky, Tennessee, the side which menus thu right nt- - in a number of mountain couutle.--i West Mrglula and Wrglnla. It gives tltude toward the world, our neigh- aud is extending that list. It gives news of the hundreds of students bors nnd ourselves n great deal of nows from relatives and friends all who have left their mountain homes true living has been overlooked and thru tho mountains and oven nt to make tho most of themselves by missed. many other states where they have getting au education ia Ucrea College. tad-1-ol- es na-',1Menu-IfiOrto- ." m BLUE GRASS FAIR 6 Big Days and Nights, Commencing Monday, August 12th America's Greatest Horse Show 5 Big Saddle Horse Stakes. $25,000 in Premiums. Splendid Display of Every Class of Live Stock. Science. ' By EDITH G. CHARLTON. Ia Chr( of Domestic Economy, lowt SttU ColUg. Cwflfhl. 10 Ranning and Harness Races Daily. 1)10. bf Amtrlun Ai.atUlUn. tin INNE8 BAND OF AMERICA SeBMtioaal Free Acts , -- nrrlcn of articles will buan attempt to show llio direct rclotlon between domestic acloiico niiil ordinary affairs In tliu llfu of either men or Too tunny people Imvo conceived ,tho Idrn Hint domontlc Hclenco chiefly .concern those Mtpta who hnve moro tlmo for theorizing llinii for actual work. Theso think thu mliject deals largely with nlr castles of the llcllnmy tylo of architecture ntid contnlns little real help for present dny hoiiicmnk-eri- . Thera nre noma who m till hold tho opinion tlint mich Is tho meuning and com of domestic RClenro, hut their number In rapidly decreasing on account of tho Introduction of thn study of sclcntlllc hoinnuiaklni; Into public schools, liluh kchools and college. To bo nn aid to housekeeper who cannot takn ndvantnuu of (heso courses of ,Btudy a prescribed In schools and Is thu aim of this scries of talks. One of llio chief purposes of domes-jtl- c sclenco Is to teach men and women (how to Urn rightly, how to uso material thing In such a way aa to got he hlghrst good, the l'st results, from itliein. The science concerns men quite tas much as women, and It means jrnuch more llisn tho commonly accepted Idea that It has most to do with cooking wild ruling nnd washing dishes. These thing are of course Included la the study and, 1 assure you, that crcn (lino eicerilliiRly common affairs of Ufa are deserting of a higher plaro In the wonderful process of llrlng than la usually accorded them. I.tfo Is n serious business, nnd notli-,ln- g which wrtnlns to It Is either a Joke or n trifle. Therefore anything (Which helps to giro ercn the common- - Til pnriKwo of till Dily. The Greater Parker Stows. See the Bid Floral Parade First Day Reduced Rates on nil Roads. For Catalog or futher Information address wo-me- JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, Lexington, Ky. 7V V Homelbuin which BhoulJ" be' mlxedTlf possible' fn equal proportions with well rotted peo-pl'- V TBelpiT ALONG THE Magnificent col-lie- PUBLIC HIGHWAY iEJKi: - Idta. Would Be to Plant Fruit or Nut Trees on Each Side of the Road. y. ' .Jlb'?".OUl hoiiM-kcepIne mi-iius- 1 1 1 ""r "r" 1 COOKINO I1Y IIULE. ' est things their true tmportnnce nnd assists men and women to be better mentally mid pbyslculty Is worthy due consideration and a fair trial from every Individual. So, while thee talks concern the housekeeor moro closely perhaps thuu they do men, the latter are uot exempt from ut leant 1111 honest Interest lu their subject mutter. 'Those who have anything to do with stock know how Important It Is that Iho animals bo properly fed In order that they may be suitable for their special purH)sv. Men give great deal cf study to tho different methods of feeding cows ami pigs. They talk Wisely nbout whether It Is better to feed corn or ieas for fattening purposes. They nre enreful, too, to seo .that the soli 011 which the upple orchard Is planted contains the proper elements to make strong, productive trees. Hut when It comes to thu dally blH of fare for human beings the average mail aud woman glvo It very llttlo thought. At least It Is the common rule to eat what Is set before us or ,whnt our fancy mid nppetlte suggest, until wo have so long disregarded the laws of nature that our digestive organs rebel, nnd we can't eat even tho plainest food without discomfort. It is n fact that tho average person 11 11 Away back in 1769 the Bavarian government lsued a decree requiring all land owners to plant fruit trees along the public highways bordering their estates, and the work was systematically under way about the middle of the last century. And now it is said that Bavaria has Artlstlo Park Building. a wealth of fruit trees, amounting to In small cities and towns we find something like $170,000,000. but one park, as a rule, and this of Such a requirement might Impose very limited extent. ScIentlHo plansomething of a hardship upon small ning and planting will make this area estates and farm lands In America, appear several times as great and posbut one wishes that public sentiment sess at the same time the highest armight have Influenced tho establish- tistic value. Gracefully winding roads ment of so gracious a custom a hun- and paths, with changing views and dred years ago, apportioning the bur- vegetation at each new turn will mako den wherever It belonged. Fancy the a very small park or garden seem of pleasure of a walk or a drive along unusual Interest and extent. public highways In the gala springIt must not be thought from tho time of the year, with trees Just foregoing that the very best effects bursting into blossoming gloryl Our may be gained in this way or that d the fundamental elements of a grandfathers and our park aro Its roads, paths, and failed to leavo us tho beautiful and valuable heritage, hut It j other accessories, for theso are really Is never too late for a beginning. And its necessary evils. The essential elewithout any consideration of the prac- ment In an Ideal park is Its natural tical end of It, Its feasibility or oth- landscape beauty, the undulations of erwise why could not such a move- 6urfaco; canyons, hills, long level ment bo started In America, just a stretches, or water, etc. All these, In movement, based upon pride rather proper combinations and modifications work the, ceaseless cbango and give a than compulsion? Wo havo our dreams of tho coun fresh charm to every part. After this try beautiful and wo expect that comes tho vegetation, and last of alt ' things, sometime wo shall havo reason to those most distinctly grow glad and proud of tho wonderful as: walks, drives, bridges, buildings, stretches of land that can hold their etc. own throughout tho world. And In ' Don't Expect Too Much. thoso dreams nut trees nro Just as ' Though (his Is tho land of big riotously abundant as tho moro luscious, but not more tempting, fruit things, of marvelous growth and development, even In plant llfo, we must trees. not expect to havo a finished garden attractlvo picture of a FOR THE LAWN OR PARKWAY In a day. Angrounds park or homo cannot bo built In a day, week, month or year. PropThe Canna, as an Ornament, May erly to plant tho proper stuff, In Truly Be Considered as Absoproper placo and at proper dlstonca lutely Indispensable. apart requires much kncwlodgo, experience and study, with not a llttlo As nn ornnment in the lawn or park- Ingenuity or genius; also an artlstlo way tho canna has becomo Indistaste. that wo havo all pensable It Is noted for Its endurance put downNow paper, must appearof It on that it of tho hot sun. Its leathery follago Bhould be dono only by ona nlways looks fresh and green; tho this work experienced in tho work. hotter tho sun tho more abundantly In too many gardens is Tho work absolutely the cannas flower. meaningless; thoro Is no good reason Cannas also do well in the shade, why tho plants nre placed where they although they flower far less freely aro. Such places havo no character. under such conditions. Cannas should Los Angeles Herald. be, rJanleiL Iruten. rich- - garden, eoU. fair-sizemnn-mad- o manure. When the plants are growing freely, they should be watered freely. Bet tho plants IS Inches apart each way and It more than one kind is used he careful to plant the taller varieties in tho center of tho bed If it be clr cular with the dwarf varieties outside or In front. Varieties may be obtained which will reach the height desired. Canna beds as a rule should be planted to a single color. An excellent border for a canna bed Is salvia. There are hundreds of named varieties of cannas, with large flowers and with small, tall and dwarf growing. A large variety In color both of blossoms and foliage may be obtained. Should plants which have been started In a greenhouse be set out, they should not be transplanted until all danger of frost Is passed. It glvos tho latest news of tho stato of Kentucky, its politics, its industries, its fight for law, order and temperance. AND THE REST OF THE WORLD Wo all want to know what Is going on in other states besides our own, and what is hnppening across tho ocean and on tlio other side of tho world. Busy poople havo no time to rrnd tho dally papers and tho many magazines which tell of theso things. I'oor people cannot pay for nil theso things. People who havo not had a NOT FOR ITSELF BUT FOR OTHERS Not for Itself but for You. Not for tho benefit of its owners but for tho benefit of Its renders, not to mako money but to mako good citizens is tho motto of Tho Citizen. It costs only $1.00 per year. It is getting better all Uio while. It is already by far tho best paper in Kentucky for tho mountain pcoplo. Will It not pay you to subscribe knows less nbout his own nuntomy aud tho functions of his body than nbout almost any other subject. Think for a moment of the ninny noted men who nro luld tiKlde lu early middle llfo because their digestive organs nre worn out. And 110 wonder they refuse to perform their duties! We wouldn't treat thrashing machine ns wo treat ourselves and uot expect tho machine to be good for nothing Inside six mouths. Tho Illustration Is more nearly purallel with the case Hum perhaps you think. The limn foils his engluo iWllh coal nnd wood In order to get energy from It. lie also oxpects to get energy, growth and continued life from his food; at least that U the true reason why ho eats. Yet how many men nnd women are there who from nn ordinary bill of faro cun select the foods brain nnd which build tlssuo-tun- ke Wood-n- nd which nro most suitable for tho production of heat and energy? 11 o 11 11 '"'"" w"ir,. llti.t.-M.tl- great education cannot understand all that theso papers and magazines say. Tho Citizen gives tho most Importaut news of tho wholo country and world In fow words and slmplo stylo so that thoso who havo not had a great education and havo no tlmo to read many uapers nnd magazines, may Btlll know all tho most Importaut things that nro happening in tho world. First thing to read date label- your Then, to make us glad, send in renewal, if yours is any date before 15 Aug. '12 m-m- PALACE MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY All kinds of fresh and cured meats and lard. Fish, Oysters and Poultry in Season. All kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries. PROMPT DELIVERY U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. Coyle Building, Main St. H : : :' Phone S 7, Page Six. THE CITIZEN. Out on the street the angel walked' heavily on beside Freckles to tbt flrat crossing,, 11. August 8, 1912. sho it oca back to tho FRECKLES iy '"dDfSToh.n.UtPoPn,flxtnf , .. . t i, tb.t drlnJ .,.,, - from "J to "ftej . lb. ch .nge. were more Farm arid S0HETHIN(i There waa subtlety In the compllribVnVen.a,bed""g.eeTu.l7. cnt much coaxing." .he -- Mm. S'! 'Tteror' wh"' clamoring I err, " " , " 1 ' , '. wouldn't this If I bad known jour "V " "V"father and been understanding you swept low, calling to belated mates,- FARMING FOB FUTURE PROFIT. SIQHT OF CAT IN THE DARK , .... niA I7. Hugo jetty Tree Crop May Be Made Source ef In Whsn Feline Is In Search of Mouse) IPirtt(5ir Where the Light Is Dim Pupils come If You Leek Ahssd. r- T?A.'D.Ci iV'l. If warning her to (lee before It was of Kyes Open Wide. In sn article on "The Caro of the everlastingly too late. A heron, Ash , o,. m uaiv HWDKiir tern v rwvtwpnAV pact I OUC will t,.! umu -.- t. .IU wuii, ,h. Ing (he iuu A. Scott, state nvi. In nearby pool for Freckles' "And- - Farm Wood Lot" oa Some persons will tell you that cat el tho least ,t Vg) I I UIV VSVIMVIW .111, . forester at tbo Kansas Agricultural week out. I shouldn t be ..i.u VMS, IlltU can see In the dark. Now nothing can surprised to see her start any hour." says: muskrat and let out a rasping note. ee In the dark, but somo animals can Freckles couldn't bear the suspense; Mrs. Duncan was too shaken to run The care of the farm wood lot Is an lee with a great deal less light thaa no douUt buTtEey" will bo coming 'Back, it had to come. item In farm economy that should others, Juit as some cameras will take) 'And your ho questioned, but be far. and they will bare to make It before Several bees struck her and were an deeply Interest every farmer within the a picture with less light thsn others.) 0' "ft nU ey?"- long now, for It's soon the gang will, buzzing about before she noticed hardwood region. fc Timber when left You open or close tbe lens In a camera,' ,uhe, me' " 'ld,.borcs me away clthcrl Now, grily to work on the swamp." be there ,. ,UcI' keep .."T'ilA"'"!?.-1.- 0 - t0 cr deflorate. according to the amount of light, or 'Ob, what a shame!" cried tbe m vwufwt- in quality and quantity. ivni vsu sail aiuv Invariably else you speed up the shutter or Howl goodby." gel. "They'll clear out roads, cut down slve sob shook her, and the ran into It down. Freckles was half way to tbe Llm the beautiful trees and tear up ev CUt for T,ou, "old snd no He could The human eye does this automat erytblng. They'll drive away tbe berloat he swarn, ht b given to planting desirable ically, aa the pupil expands or conhint anil anoll thm mthmtrnl. Whn ride no farther, because he could not 73fiL A 10 tak0 n of those that tracts according to the amount of light ma roan, lis sac aown unaer i, .1 .Ti. h" hmmi- j' us. n j .1. .. IUUUU 111 are cut Consequently the hardier pe-- to which It Is exposed; but cats can tree and. eanlnc am nst It. burst Into .w KlUff i. ,11.,. i in. U111IS DUUUl UCIV Hill &U11UT 1U IUU UIKV lllllV IRIUIVl. DUO bs tbst shook, twisted frnll h .,, h ml.h. cles ultimately como to occupy the expand or contract the pupils of their t th .hin iimUr. Thn ih. i.nii. w greater part of the land. Unfortunate eyea at pleasure, Just as you open or st... would remind from am few ,nd her angry pursuers. ' r!t1hln,-1.- " owners will dig a few ditches, build of And as she ran, straining every mus ly these hardy species are often unde- shut tbe stops In the lens of your .nmm.r. mr him of his position, speak condescend hm flri.t and in camera. r imh.M.f ttM h. in . lngly or notleo his hand he could cle, she suddenly became aware that sirable tree. it,, An laTSMtaaon at the general conWhsn cata are not particularly anxbear It, but tbli -- It would surely kill riYialnfr Ih. trail K (nrm ,, mi. . tatoes." is hot. pulsing Irish blood him! lth hrown ditions m mt woodlands reveals the ious to seo anything the pupils of blick "You like It too." said Freckles. fact that's farmers usually class their eyes become nothing but narrow did they could not bear It hnrir. ilk. nniniivi . wh d,d th what ,t, Were , m.,i,in- "Yes." said the nngel; "I love It I io . Bhe iried to ston their Umbtrktad aa waste land or silts, like this: tour room la a little piece right out of an 10 eery oner was lti? tbe ,p buzzing behind warned Practically such. Investigation reveals louder but tbe heart of fairyland, and tbe cathe- . Pity I n0 PROLOGUE. ber she dared not Qathcrlng ,.r a further fsct that this timber Is grow dral Is God's work, not yours. You be, for be knew that tbe skirts still higher, with hair flying ing on the richest Isnd within the It could not This romance of Frecklet and only found It and opened the door tho nngel's father face and ber eyes almost state, land that Is capable of produc- ' muTt kno7that ho was not really Mc- - about berfrom their sockets, she ran the Angel of the Ltmterlostt. n mazlniutn yield of valunble tlni. bursting one of the moat novel, entertain won't take but n minute, and you " can i Lean's son, and It did not matter to straight toward It The sound of her i Der Bna Pul or yielding a protlt , Ture ,s tng, wholesome and fascinating rldo fast enough to make up for it" ' feet and tho humming of tho bees who would nt farmer In a tho stato i","'8 ' "t expect to make Onanclnl I "'.-enalarmed the rattler, and It stopped , stories that have . como from the - . Freckles looked . into tho beautiful ?on "n?.Jv.e.rty' th'!L "J . . , . .i c iiecieu mill iu uo buiuciiiiiie huuu squarely across tbo trail, lifting Its success or rarming it no woro 10 nanbusiness on the'snmo basis as n,,'bead abovo the grnsses of tho swale die fn i J mnnrfit? Wonid wnl, ,n tno world- - Tbut mun many years. The characters In ment. 'dm shn farmers are bnndllng their wood 1Ie must B t0 work until and rattling Inquiringly-rattl- ed wnlk down that street with him, i tctnshe lots. Tho problem In linmlling tho Ho must get nwsy. He tho bees were outdouc. education. this sylvan tale are-- : crippled, homely, In mean clothing? - Freckles, a plucky waif who must flnJ nnd do 11,0 srcnt tnln8 ot I Straight nt It went the pnnlc stricken woo' lot l "Imply this: Tho unprollta-- i raillv must bo OH. Mid Freckles , . ..... flr.r wuumu, runuiu mmij nun uiicuuirui- - lilo f rpi. numt !. nil nml plonml fmm . guards tho Ltmberlost timber earnestly but I m thanking you moro tsno hls ww thoughu turned anxiously to-- nbly. She took ono great leap, clearing tho ground nhd tho land stocki-- with than you'll ever know for your kind- -' teases and dreams of angels. 3 ' iK,l" " v" i Tho bwamp Angel, tn wnom ncss. -.- -ii just do annKing uowis ot studies. McLean nnd tbo Uuncans wi.n win.-cTbcro feet. The snnke. colllna ' , I ,,, . nro several trees ,, that nro en- ,l , " . . . . - I, ,l U'1,n J rlnnm mr,- - thnitf-hti- a I,,,. l, , i nuv.. ,,l I Freckles oirs.nm.ai ....i.w uuiuui.i.n ro grriKe. II118Sel Mrs. IJUnCnn nim nf U " Pupils at Esse. Ho must fnco llfo bravely nnd inmlml nmone thn iioiw iimii-nd- . nm Thiv (tho ground can bo cleared and put tin- 1 n man. terializcs. .n,.i'. pros llnahpfl. "Thprii'!i no Rinsn In . act a mans part. 'Ilio nngel wns a settled over nml nlxiut It. nnd. renllz- ' UlT IMllllllllMU 1I1L- lllirilT Vlllllllil 13 II ' Tint whm n rnt In htintlntf n mnniA McLean, a member of a lumber o treo for planting on the low. , mero chlId Ho must not allow ber n foom hen thcf0 ,g ycry mtIo company, who befriends Freckles. tbnt," she snld. "How do you think to torture blm past bearing with ber , ing that It had found trouble. It sank rich bottom land that U occasionally you would havo felt when you knew ,,t or whcn t,B C(U bcn(? huntot, Mrs. Duncan, who gives moth' I was warm and thirsty nnd you went frank comradeship that meant to blm j subject to flooding On such land It . h tomj bgJ h anil wnnt , sC0 high heaven, earth's richness and nil t' , makes a remarkably rapid growth and , 0 love and a home to Freckles. ST u and brought me a drink and I wouldn't ,ho b mak Duncan, head teamster of Mc tako It becauso because goodness that lay between and Just nothing to , tho pupils of Its eyes until they are her. knows why!" perfectly round. Lean's timber gang. Tbcro was an ominous growl ot Sbo deliberately slipped her band The Bird Woman, who Is colthunder, and Freckles snatched up bis under bis lecting camera studies of birds ended In an nrm tbo right arm that wheel and raced for tbo swamp. He empty sleeve. .was worried to find bis boots lying at "You are coming," she said flrmly. for a book. tbe cabin door. Tbo children plnylng Lord and Lady O'More, who Freckles' head swam. corns from Ireland in quest of a "Please don't angel," be said softly. on tho wood pile told blm that mlther "You don't understand. If your fa- said they wero so heavy she couldn't lost relative. ther came on to mo on the street In .walk In them and sbo bad come back The Man of Affairs, brusque my station and dress with you on me and tnken them off. Thoroughly mf manner, but big of heart. arm he'd have every right to be can- frightened, bo stopped only long Wessner, a timber thief who ing mo before tbe people, and not a enough to slip tbcm on himself and finger would I lift to Btay him." then sped with all bis strength for wants rascality made easy. angel's eyes snapped. "If you tho LlmberlosL To tbe west the long, to whom The my Black Jack, a villain think father cares about my do- black, bard beaten trail lay clear, but thought of repentance comes too ing anything that is right and kind far up the cast side, straight across 't late. and that makes' me boppy to do, why, tbe path, be could seo what was cer(Continued from last weeks Issue) h then you completely failed in reading tainly a limp brown figure. my father, and I'll ask bun and Just Face down. Sarah Duncan lay ncross SYNOPSIS. Pupil Open Wide. show' you." tho trail. When Freckles turned her Freckles, a homclus boy. Is hired ky She dropped Freckles' nrm nnd turnover his blood chilled at tbo look of Bosa McLean o guard th erpnlT timIt you happen to bo between the cat horror frozen on her face. There was ber In th Llm Mrlott from Umtxr thlTM. ed toward tho entrance to tbe buildand tho light you will seo a peculiar ing. "Why, look therel" she exclaimbumming, and something spata low gleam In this wldo open pupil, which rrckls doe hi work faithfully, makes frUnd with tb birds and eam to know ed. ted against him. Glancing about. Is tho reflection of tho light at tho SBor about nature. B Htm with Mr. Her father stood at a window, Freckles shivered In terror, for tbero back ot tho cat's eyo. and Mrs. Duncan. watching the sceno with eyes that was a swnrm of wild bees settled on Photograph by Ksnsaa Stat Agricultural B reolvea to set books and educate college. sJmMlf. n becomes Interested In a hug comprehended quite as thoroughly as n scrub thorn only n few ynrds nway. LANGUAGE USED IN SPORTING ot vulture and calls hi bird friend If be bad beard every word. The an- The air was thick with excited, unsetpair catalta tuxia gel made a despairing gesture toward tled bees making ready to lead furhi "chicken " Borne ot th tree he la guarding are Freckles. will when from twelve to sixteen years Many of Terms Is Our Inheritance Tbe man of affairs answer- ther In search of n suitable location. Worth O.000 each. Freckle' book arrive. Phraseology From Middle Age ed ber with a look of lnflnlte tender- Then bo thought he understood, and of ago cut from 3,000 to 3.S00 posts per He receive a call from Wsnir. ness. He nodded bis head, and tho with a prayer o'f thankfulness In his Extended to Man. - acre. WenerattempU To bribe 'Freckles te veriest dolt could have read tbe words heart that she bad escaped even so mniauT at it went Tins runo sxiucrTbo cottonwood mnkes a mote rapid XX WOUaN. batray hi truit. and Freckle whip him. growth than tbo catalpa on tho samo narrowly he caugbt ber up and hurMcLean OTerbear them and wltne Much of tho language used In varithe his lips formed, "Take him along!" among tbe grasses and went thrashing character of land as described and A sudden trembling seized Freckles. ried down tbe trail until they were tUht ous sports Is our Inheritance from the fringed low will wben from twenty-fou- r toward tbo deep willow to thirty mlddlo ages. Frckle honeaty urw a precious tree. The angel turned on blm with tri- well out of danger. Different kinds ot ground whero Its den wns until the years old cut from 15.000 to 20.000 beasts when In companies wero distinH And tb net ot th vulture and umphing eyes. She was blgbly strung TlslUd br a bMutlful young gtrL swale looked as If a mighty reaper board feet ot lumber per acre. Tho guished by their own particular epiand not accustomed to being thwartCHAPTER XII. She calls Free a: lee McLean's ion. FraeklM ed. "Did you see that?" she demandwere cutting a wide swath. The mass cottonwood lumber Is altogether satis thet, which was supposed to be In call ber "the angel" and helps th Bird ed. with nis swAur akoel. of enraged bees darted angrily about factory for farm building purposes some manner descrlptlvo ot the bablta "Now aro you satisfied? Will you Woman In taking photographs. ICeLaaa ARAn DUNCAN bad not fol- searching for It, and. colliding with and In many rcxpecta Is superior to tbe of the animals. To use the wrong come?" Freckles went promise to adopt Freckle. lowed the trail many rods the scrub thorn, began a temporary pine. Tbe lumber Is light, but tough form of these worda subjected On every band she was kept busy "Freckles-s.- n3 the th angel become rery wben her trouble began. Bbe settling there to discover whether It and strong enough to give excellent would-bfriendly. by tb Bird Woman, giving and receiving the cheeriest sportsman to ridicule. was not Freckles, and not a was a suitable place. Mrs. Duncan service for farm buildings. It Is also they drive Weeener and Black Jack, tlaa-b- greetings. She walked Into tho parlors Msny of these terms have passed thieves, from tb Llmbrlot. exactly as If the owned them. A long bird of tbe line was going to be fooled rnfrcered on a few itens farther, fell used extensively at the present time away, but some of them are still reMcLean fear mere trouble, but Freckle row of people stared with varying de Into thinking she was. Tbey kept tarn rtntvn nn th nnlh. whrA Krerblft for crating nnd Qtber purposes. tained. Thla list from the middle agea Insist upon being th sol guard ot the whizzing from their nests and darting found her, and lay stllL ' , Whero It is Impractical to clear tbo Is still good usage today. A "pride" timber. Freckle call upon th angl'e grees of Insolence and curiosity as from all sorts of unexpected places Freckles worked with ber until she ground entirely of Its present growth of lions, a "lepe" of leopards, a "herd" father. Freckles bad felt they would. He about ber bead and feet with quick drew a long, quivering breath and It Is altogether possible that tbe stand of harta and of all sorts of deer, fX' The angal recelre him aa her equal, and glanced at tbe angel. Now would she whirrs that kept ber starting and opened her eyes. may be Improved by cutting out the "bevy" of roes, a "aloth" of bears, ee? bar father I kind. Mrs. Duncan has ex-Before Freckles was bait-wa- y Wben she saw him bending over ber least desirable treea and underplant-ln- g "singular" of boars, a "sounder" of wild tin adventure tn th LlmberlosL "On my soul!" be muttered under bis Jumping. to tbe town poor Mrs. Duncan abe closed them tightly and, gripping Th Bird Wmn and tb angel agtla breath. "They don't aven touch herJ" tbe remainder with such treea as swine, a "route" of wolves, a "harras" helpvisit Freckles, and Freckle falls In love tbe red cedar for the production of of horses, a "ray" of colts, a "atnd" of She turned the full battery of ber was hysterical and the Llmberlost bad him, struggled to her feet He with tb angel. Tb angd klsse htm. neither sung nor performed for ber. ed ber up, nnd, with his arm about posts and poles or with white or Aus- mares, a "pace" of asses, a "barren" eyes on tbe attendant "I wouldna stay In this place for a and half carrying her, tbey made their trian pines for tbo production of lum- of mules, a "team" of oxen, a "drove" me angel nodded gravely, and "I want to mix a drink for my Freckles saw In a flash that be bad friend." she said. "He has a long, hot million a month," she had said, and way-- to tbe clearing. Then, brawny ber. These species will grow on al- of klne, a "flock" of sheep, a "trite" of Scotswoman though ahe was, she keeldone the proper thing In going to ber ride before blm. and I don't want blm the sound of ber voice brought no commost any character ot soil and, with goats, a "skulk" of foxes, a "down" of fort, for it was so little like she bad ed over again. Tbe children added the exception of tbo white pine, are bares, a "nest" of rabbits, a "clowder" father. Then she was savlnc that sbo could scarcely wait for the time to started off with ono of those old palate thought It that she glanced hastily tbelr walling to Freckles' panic. entirely hardy nnd desirable for plant- of cats, a "achrewdnoss" of apes and This time be was so near tbe cabin ing throughout the territory described. a "labor" of moles. come for tbe next picture of tbe Little teasing sweetnesses mat you mix just about to see if It had really been abe Chickens series. "I want to hear tbe on purpose to drive a man back In ten that spoke. Also, ot animals wben they retired that be could carry her Into the house Tho white pine Is subject to occasionrest of that song, and I hadn't even minutes. I want a clear, cool, sparHer chin was quivering like a terri- and lay ber on tbe bed. He sent tbe al Injury by severe droughts or tbe ex- to rest, a hart was said to be "har begun seeing your room yet," she com kling drink that has a tang of add tn fied child's. Almost Into her face went oldest boy scudding down the corduroy treme drying conditions of our summer bored," a roebuck "bedded," a hare plained. "I wonder If I couldn't bring it" a nlghtbawk stretched along a limb for tbe nearest neighbor, and between weather, and when used for such formed," a rabWt "set." Two grey- my banjo and some of tbe songs I like Tbe angel compounded the drink and ror its uaytime nap. Mrs. Duncan tbem they undressed her and discover planting It should be planted only on hounda were called a "brace," but two best I'll play and you'll sing." barriers were called a "couple." Tbere carried the brimming glass to Freckles. sprang down the trail, lighting on a ed that sbe was not bitten. They bath- north slopes, where It will bo protectFreckles felt tbst If be lifted bis eyes Ho said In the mellowest of all tbe frog. Tbe croak It gave as she crush- ed and bound up tbe bleeding wrist ed from tbo summer sun nnd wind. was also a a "mute" of hounds for a the adoration In them would frighten mellow tones of bis voice, "I'll be "kennel" of raches, a "lited It sickened her. She screamed wild- and coaxed her back to consciousness: Tbe white nnd Austrian pines are trees number, whelps her. and a "cowardice" ot drinking It to the Swamp Angel." ly and Jumped to one side. That car- Sbe lay sobbing and shuddering. Tbe of comparatively rapid growth and ter" of "I was afraid your experience tbo And as he bad said to ber that first ried ber into tbe swale, where tbe first Intelligent word sbe said was, will wben from thirty to forty years curs. This kind of descriptive phraseology other day would scare you so that day the angel now cautioned blm, "Bo grasses reached almost to be'r waist "Freckles, look at that Jar on tbe of age yield a cut of from 8,000 to waa not confined to birds and beasts, you'd never be coming again," be drinking slowly." kitchen table and see If my yeast la no 12,000 board feet per acre of excellent and ber horror of snakes returning she but waa extended to the human spefound himself saying. As tho screen door swung behind made a flying leap for nn old log lying running ower." lumber for all building purposes. cies and their various propensities,, Tbe angel laughed gayly. them one of the men at tbe counter along the line. She lit on It squarely, Several days went by before she natures and callings. "Old I look scared?" abe questioned. s sited of tbe attendant, "Now, what but It was so damp and rotten that could give Duncan and Freckles any "No." said Freckles; "you did not" did that mean?" sbo sank straight through It to her detailed account of what bad hapA rank, untrlmmcd hedgerow "Ob. 1 Just enjoyed that" she cried. "Exactly what you saw," replied be knees. Csre of Persian Girls. caugbt at the wire as pened to ber. 8bo could rest until Is a detriment to good roads, sufThose hateful, stealing old things! I rather curtly. "We're accustomed to , she went She and. missing, raked ber ahe sent for McLean andnot "Great care Is taken that the Per begged blm down focating to passers by and an big notion to pink one of them, It In here. Hardly a day passes this bad a sian girls shall conform to the recog It to save Freckles from further risk wrist over a barb until sbo eyesore to tno premises it nounua. but I thought maybe some way it hot weather but she's picking up some open In a bleeding gash. Her laid nized standard ot beauty, which reAngers about that place of horrors. Tbe boss would be best for you that 1 shouldn't poor, god forsaken mortal and bring- closed convulsively around the second went down to tbe swamp with bis quires her to have a cypress waist, a They needed It That didn't scare me, ing blm In. Then she cornea behind face, gazelle eyes and eyemind fully made up to do so. strand. and. aa for the Bird Woman, abe'a ac- tbe counter herself and fixes up a brows that meet," says a traveler. Poultry aa a Second Crop. She was too frightened to scream (Continued next week.) customed to finding snakes, tramps, drink to suit the occasion." Tbe possibilities of tbe poultry busi- "Her eyes, brows and hair must now. Her tongue stiffened. Bbe clung cross dogs, sheep, cattle and goodness "Mighty queer specimen she bad this as night, her lips, cheeks and ness aa a second crop on ground priknows what You can't frighten ber time," volunteered another. "Wonder frantically to the sagging wlro and marily devoted to the production of gums aa red as blood, her skin and not; for I am with theo when she's after a picture. Old tbey who he Is?" L".. .hi other crops are not at all appreciated teeth na white as almonds, and her come back?" "I think." said a third, "that he's n,i .). ,irw i,..r.if nn Do not disnmyed; for I am thy Cod aa tbey ahould be. Poultry not only back, limbs and Angers long. If these) ni "No," said Freckles. "Tbe gang got McLean's Llmberlost guard, and I suspicked .l w"' strengthen thee; yea, I will can be produced In connection wltb conditions are naturally absent tbey there a little after noon and took out pect she's gone to tbe swamp with the and found solid fooling. She 1 w"l uphold theo ether crops without any damage to are suppuea, aa rar as possible, br up tbo club that she bad dropped In Pl0'P the: the tree, but I must tell you and you Bird Woman for pictures and knows to exlficaio bfrsejfj. Leaning with tho right hand of my righteous- - the crops, but decidedly to their advan- art Persian women are always paint ordex. mint tell the, Olrd Woman that there's him that way," I tage. National Stockman and Farmer ed, tbelr eyes darkened with knot and! ncss. Isaiah. their Angers stained with henna." Md. , . I ,.11 Garden LittleOnes a col-leg- u.k, mCm i..r? "Fol-low-m- V ., ..! SSJL i' sm tn ' ., 'X. b. " l. ..,'... P'" W: ' i. ".r. "T",,.": .,, ia. ., " UI - .ii,i iu. l-- ( Mi. ' d n,n iT-- - it. Y1 1 Altd er I I el a" full-moo- n "'"ua rav.i Y. ust 8, 1912. THE C111ZL.W ... Pane Seven. . . . Mumtional SUNMfSCIIOOL WHO IS THIS? By Rev. Parley E. Zartmann, D. D., Ssattarr el Ellmki LVfartmmt Motxlf Dili lustituts, Qear INTENSIVE FARMING Curing Cow-Pen- s Lesson (Dr O. nrciXr.HH, Director of Ere. nln Department, The Moody Bible Institute, of Chicago.) XI. LESSON FOR AUG. 11. A TROUOLED 8EA AND A TROIJ. DLED SOUL. 4:35 to 6:3). I.KB80N TKXT-Mn- rk l OOU1RN Ti:XT-,,(l- od our refune and strength, a very present help In trouble. Therefore will we not fenr, though the rnrtli ilo chnnge, and though the mountain be removed Into tho heart of the sen." 4:1.J. TKXT-A- nd Jerusnlem, nil the city wan stirred, tnr, Who I tliliT-M21:10. ntt. vrlien lie won coma say Into !. Wo now turn from our studios In ttio manifesto or Inaugural address of Jesus to ono of tlio outstanding lncl dents of lils llfo of service. This lesson Is n dramatic one, llRhta and shadows, surnrlso nnd revelation, relmko nnd encouragement aro rapidly mingled. Tlio subject of tho lesson Is well chosen. leaving tho multl-tudto whom ho had been prcnchlng, Jesus commands that they pass over to tho other sldo of tho lake, v. 35. "Lot us pass over," ho says. Jesus novcr asks his disciples to go wlioro lio will not go or has not been before. How touchlngly vivid Is tho suggestion of v. 38, "they took him as ho was," ho Is tired and weary, ho, whoso Invitation Is to nil who aro weary and needing rest, ho who had not whoro to lay his head, Is carried by loving hands Into tho boat and Is soon lost In restful slumber? I.ovlng hands minister to tho loved teacher. Doth master and friends, who aro soon to meet a en so of great sin, aro before that met by n groat storm. Hut bo who Is Lord and Master of forces, sleeps calmly on. Why not? Who else could bo Indifferent? Not so theso disciples; they havo yet to know him porfectly and henco It Is quite natural that In their alarm thoy should n waken him as they view the rapidly filling boat and exclaim, "Master, carest thou not that wo perish?" Weary as lio was, nnd personally Indifferent as bo may havo boon, yet for tho sako of his chosen friends ho aroso and rebuked tho storm, nnd tho peace which bo later gavo tho demoniac Is first shown In material things as ho quieted tho wares (Comparo v. 39 and IS). Had Little Faith. o It was a great storm, v. 37, a great calm. Tho psalmist says, "great peace havo they who lovo thy law," great peace havo they who truly know nnd lovo Jesus, (John 11:27). Ills rcbuko to tlio disciples, v. 40, was "how so gentlo ns to loso Its sting, is It that yn have so little faith?" They had soma faith, It Is truo, for thoy up pealed to him In tholr great need, but oh fo little. Our proportion of faith Is tlm measure, of our fear. What wonder (v. 41) that they wcro nmazsd, This man of flesh who had been sleev Ing tho sleep of IntetiM weariness commanding tint sea nnd that It should obey him with tho meekness of n child. "What mnnncr of man Is this?" Nineteen hundred years has failed to nnswor thnt query. Iteachlng tho other nldo the, entered tho land of flmlara. Thcro they met like-wls- Jesus Christ had not been long nt his work on earth until peoplo began to ask questions about him nnd thnt of tho tozt occurred In tho midst of a great scene. It was asked nmld tho enthusiasm, excitement, and Intensities of tho first iSf) o "a demoniac who Is, wo believe, n typo or plcturo of great sin In that ho was (a) without restraint, "no man could bind hint," v 3; (b) ho was Injuring himself "cutting, etc.." v. C; (c) he was separated from his friends, "dwelt among tho tombs," v. 3; (d) ho was "unclean." v. 2. Thcro Is also evidence) of tho futility of human resolutions nnd tho vainness of attempts at control or reformation, seo verso 4. "no man had tho strength to tnmo Mm." Then uoto tho torment of his llfo, v. 7. 81ns to Account For. Church members havo no right "to condemn tho liquor traffic and then to rent stores In which to carry on the same. Naturally therefore, theso peoplo when they saw their Illegal gains Interfered with should request Jesus to depart, v. 17, and this oven In tho face of what had been done for stricken man. Luko tolls us (Luko 8:37) that they were boldcn with n great fear. Fear of what? Surely not any fear of this Galilean teacher, but rather were thoy fearful of tho effect of his llfo upon tholr material prosperity. Hlg business will havo sorao sins to account for when In tho faco of known facts thoy still press for tholr gains Ignoring tho cry of the I and careless of unreasonable houso and unsanitary living condl-tlon- i. On tho other hand why did Jesus such n logical and seemingly o 4" -- tWonii4icu yum. .f in; mo great mission, homo." A suggestion outllno for this losson would bo as follows: I. A great storm 4:35-1- 1. The command of Jesus, v. 35; tho weariness of Jesus, v. 30; tho uliirm of tho disciples, v. 3S; tlm ludlfforcnco of Jesus, T. 38; tho great calm, v. 39. A glorious euro, 5:1-2(1) The .Oadareno a typo of Bin, v. uncloan, no restraint, tUTho Qadareno cloansod. r. Ilo self-Injur- and proper a request as that recorded In verso 18? Was It not a very natural request nnd an ovfdcnco of gTatltudo as well? Jesus, however, know n better place, for lio saw a greater Joy In storo for this man. llonco ho commanded tho roan to "go multitudes spread their garments In tho way; others cut down branches from tho trees nnd strewed them In tho way; and tho multitudes that went beforo and that followed cried, saying, Ilosanna to tho son of David; blessed Is ho that comcth In tho namo of tho Lord; Ilosanna In tho highest. Tho throng moved near tho city gates and passed Into tho city. This caused great excitement and nil tho city was moved, saying, "Who Is this?" In tho days of his flesh Christ caused peoplo to think and talk about him, and his Inftuenco Is over tho same. It Is still truo that ho cannot bo hid and tho question of tho first Palm Sunday Would You Like To Be A Camp Fire Girl Is an everlasting question, and thcro Is a profound senso In which you and I aro called upon to study Jesus, to Thero aro thirteen requirements "Tlio Camp Firo Gills" is an or understand his works, to Interpret ganization for girls corresponding for Firo Makers and the candldnto his llfo and to dccldo for .ourselves to tho Doy Scouts. It alms to ralso must also prc33nt twenty Electlvo who ho Is. Honors that form an essential part I Thcro aro soma Interesting answers tho Ideals of girlhood and of womanto tho quostlon. Somo call him tho hood. Scouting demands tho strength ofj the organization. After tho girls great teacher nnd refer to tho sermon and energy of a boy. Keeping tlio havo attained tho different ranks on tho mount, tho parables, and tho firo burning! In a camp or In a home there aro still achievements and extracts of somo of his public ad- Is tho work of tho girls and women. honors to bo won. Theso havo boon dresses. Somo say ho was a marvel- Thcro hp.s been nn endeavor In this arranged Into a system of upward ous mlrnclo worker; and that is truo. movement to nriango things which two hundred electlvo honors. They Ho opened blind eyes, unstopped deaf ears, healed withered hands, allayed wo think girls ought to know Into havo been divided into seven groups, health, home-craf- t, naturo lore, camp burnjng fevers, nnd brought tho dead tnnglblo form, Into bundles of achievement and to present craft, handcraft, business and patriot-Isback to llfo; and nil of theso nro parables of tho power with which ho works them In a form that will bo interestIn tho spiritual world. Somo call lilm ing and fascinating to tho girl. In order to asplro to tho degreo of tho sympathetic friend, nnd wo rememWhy tho name, "Tho Camp Tire a Torch Bearer, tho applicant mut ber his tender dealing with tho worn-n- Kilrls" for t'ala organization? Tho havo been a Firo Maker for at least taken In her sin, his sollcltudo nnd nanus for tho organization nnd tho thrco months. A gill who attains this helpfulness- - in tho capo' of tho widow nt Naln, and his affection for tho different ranks tho girl nttalns were rank must havo certain characteristics friends In tho homo nt Ilethnny; and given to us by a poet. They aro as well as to bo ablo to do certain It Is still tmo "Thero's not n friend symbolic of u1Q movement. Tho namo things. It 13 a matter of character as llko tho lowly Jesus." Somo call him itself is full of significance. Tho mid- well as of attainment. Sho must tho tnatchcless man, referring to tho dle word "fire" stands for homo, tho jhavo taught at least threo children beauty of his character, tho purity of placo of elisor and comfort. It is ,fcomo ono thing nnd their examina his life, tho universal character of his necessary to havo fire In a homo tion Is a test of her ability to Jolu world-wldteaching and his outlook. to havo a hota!. Family, friends this rank. Sho must bo worthy to Romo spstik of him ns tho mighty Savtho ior, and tell, with glowing heart, of his and woman's activities center around lead others and light them on power to save; and still ho Is ablo to It. Tho word, "camp" Is symbolic of path of life. That la what it means ravo unto tho uttermost. Somo recall tho out of door spirit that tho or- to bo Torch Bearer. Her deslro is tho prophecy spoken by Isaiah nnd ganization proposes to put luto wo- short but means a great deal. It is, say ho Is tho wonderful, nnd that this man's work and llfo. It Is to "That light which has been given characteristic applies to nil tho other eating out on piazzas and to mo I deslro to pass undimmed to names. o in and sleeping on porches others." In tho first nnd second chapters of ami with windows wide open. It 13 j Tho watchword Is "Wohelo"' mado tho Eplstlo to tho Hebrews Christ Is to hulp In the crusado for bettor from tho first two letters of tho set forth as tho perfect son of God nnd tho perfect man nnd thcro Is given health. Wo nro housed too much and words. Work, Health and Love. Tho proof of each. In chapter sorely need moro suushlno and fresh cheer is, a seven-folono wo find that God hath In theso air. Wohelo for nyo, Wohelo for aye, last days spoken unto us by his son, A girl in Joining becomes, Wohelo, Wohelo, Wohelo for nyo; first, ho has becomo heir to all things, ho a Wood Gatherer, next Wohelo for work, Wohelo a KIre Maker, for mado all things, he Is tho cffulgcnco and then a Torch Hearer. Thero Is Health, of God's glory, tho express Image of Wohelo, Wohelo, Wohelo for Love. his person, ho upholds all things by a natural sequenco In tho arrangeClunp Firo Gills havo nn offlcal tho word of his power, nnd when ho ment of thcao orders. Ueforo a girl had by himself purged our sins ho sat Joins sho mutt rnd tho purposes of costumo and emblems but they aro down on tho right hand of tho majesty tho movement, or hnve them exnot necessary in order to becomo on high. In chapter two wo find that plained to her, and sho must learn Camp Firo Girls. ho Is a perfect man, but was mado a and repeat tho following lines: Tho homo and the school havo been llttlo lower than tho angels, ho took "It is my d.'siro to becomo a tho great character forming agencies man's nature, ho endured man's temp- Camp Firo Ghl and to obey tho law for boys and girls. Tho Camp Firo tation, ho tasted man's death, he met man's foe and destroyed htm, bo t tho CUmp Fire, which is to soek Girls, is an agency for showing girls wrought out man's salvation, and beauty, to glvo ttrvlce, to pursuo how to form their own characters. achieved man's victory. Without doubt iknowlcdgo, bo trustworthy, to presII. W. be Is tho ono perfect man. erve health, glorify work and bo happy, litis law of Thq Camp Firo I Cheerfulness is what greases Uio "No mortal can with htm compare, will strivo to follow." Among the eons of men; axles of tho world; coino peoplo go Fairer U he than all the fair Tht ntuti rank, that of Firo Mak- thro' life creaking. Who nil the heavenly train." er, takes thrco months of prepara And let us not forget that all that tion, although a girl, If sho gives may bo said of him, and all that Is her entire tlmo to It, can do It In iv truo of him as a man Is but a faint month. Sho must Indicate her un- 4 FARMING WITH A PENCIL. gleam of tho glory which Is his as the derstanding and lovo of tho Camp Tho most important farm Imdlvlno son of God. plement is a lead pencil. WithTho world's greatest mountain Is tiro Ideal by learnlnlg and repeatCalvary, tho llttlo bill outstdo tho city ing tho "Firo Makers Doslro." which out somo form of accounts one gates whero Christ was crucified to la:, cannot know what ho Is really avo us all. Hore wo can seo God's doing. Ono cannot know where "As fuel, Is brought to tho fire, lovo for tho slnnor and tho sinner's tho profits or tho losses arc. Tho so I purpose to bring my btrength, opportunity. Let that cross bo tho tlmo required In keeping acmy ambition, my heart's desire my great answer to tho quostlon of tho counts will bo but n few minutes ty and my sorrow to tho firo of text. a day. In many cases tho re- Who is this? This is Jesus of (humankind; for I tend as my turns will bo moro for theso few & Nazareth. You havo seen him; you father's father slnco tlmo began, $ minutes thau for tho rest of tho x havo beard him; you know tho re- tho-- firo that Is celled tho-- lovo of f day's work. Professor W. O. demption which ho wrought. What man for lnan, tho lovo of mnu for X Palmer, North Dakota Agricul- - & will you do with Jesus? Your Joy for God." This expressed deslro takes j tural College. tlmo nnd your destiny for oternlty tho placo of n vow. on your answor. I plead with you to niako your oternnl decision now; to Join tho Innumorablo throng which acclaims him as Lord of tho hoart, and king of tho llfo, nnd which BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE says: "I could not do without Thee, A COMl'LKTK LINK al to n door-ynnido-po- when Jesus and a number of thoso who bcllovcd on him wcro coming to Jerusalem for Tho tho feast I'nlm Sunday FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Trios. A. Edwards, Superintendent. liar yofi will be placed with others Ilk yoursolf, under a special teacher, and maka most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and the common branches and bo ready to use them. You will have singing, drawing, farm and household management, and free One year la the Foua datlon School costs less than 90 and Is worth $1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here you wilt be a trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught how tf teach. The demand for Berea trained teachers far exceeds the supply. Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Msrsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. alfalfa. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Etc . Here you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy dofnf Keep Your Calves things In a superior manner. Tho Courier-Journmarket reports feed. Seo to It thnt you havo good two Are you desiring the next boif thing to a College Course? Then tax years or three years In the recently stated that only nineteen stock, stock that will inako good beef GENERAL ACADEMY COUR8E, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Tw bend of beef cattlo wcro offered for or good butter or both as tho Hols-tolyears, or three years, In such practical studies as will fit you for an honor you cannot afford to able In two days on tho Louisville will. If halo and useful life. You select your studios from such as these: PhysV Market. They brought $S.G0 llvo buy n good bull, club In with your ology the aclonce of health; Civics the science of government; Grammar .weight. A steer weighing ten hunneighbors and get In your neighborthe art of correct speech apd Ethics the science of right hood an animal that Is worth while. and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence)! dred would bring $85, That certainly Is a profltablo price. I'rlmo beef In a few years you will havo cattlo Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physic cattla brought $10 at Chicago yards that aro worth whllo and It will bo the aclence of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start In the easy money. Calves In tho yard, this week. BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny With such prices as havo prevail- colts In tho pasture, pigs In tho pen ed for beef tho past few years, why mean In tho long run homo fcrterliz-er- s, Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. The and Men's Dormitory, and a large body do you sell calves? Last year to bo better crops, stock to sell, money Academy haa Its own of atudenta of high character and ability, able instructor, aad use of Oa euro was exceptional for sbortago of In tho bank. leg Library and apparatus, text-bookpea-hapen-haBook-Blndlnlottor-wrltlnclass-rooma An Exchange gives tho following jfroni tho port of II. I'. Orlnslend, respecting tho curing of Cow-Pe- a Hay. Itw-vlncontnln a great surplus of water, and this must be cured out by tho sun beforo tho hay Is bulked. It Is best to let It lio on tho ground no long ns posslblo without Injury, then put Into tho shocks. It must bo handled ns much as posslblo In tho early morning, whllo the thu duw Is on, In order to provent scattering of tho leaves, which nro tho most vnluablo part of tho plant. If ono tins n largo barn whero thoro Is a good circulation of nlr, tho hay may bo put there even beforo It Is thoroughly cured, provided It Is not bulked In largo quantities. y It is not posKlblo to stack In thej opeil with any tlegrco of success unless special preparations nro mado. In Texas, whero a great deal of this popular forago Is grown, It Is In tho field by sotting four posts In tho ground, making a squaro 12 feet across. Tho cured hav Is stacked between theso till nbout four feet deep, then four strong1 iiolca aro spiked or wired to tho postn and several other poles laid across, theso making a platform that will hold another lny-of hay, when tho Bamo process Is repeated till tho top of tho post Is lenchcd, nil being covered with grass liny of somo kind to keep dry. In this way tho hay will settle, leaving a air spaco whero tho poles nro luld across. Tho stack may bo mado smaller than 12 feet if desired, nntl wliern thcro Is not much In bulk It may bo stacked beforo being per fectly dry. y Never halo from a barn unless It has had a month In which to euro. It will mold easily nnd bo worthless and when cured properly ennnot bo beaten, oven by clover or cr stacked Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Are Your Talents? What Aro Your Ainu? Berea Hat the Training That Are you not far advanced? ia Best For YOU. Then nUr the Berea College DR. CHAS. F. HUBBARD, Dean The College Itself ataoda apart from all the other schools nndar its raaav aftment and haa long maintained the highest standards known In the South. To conform to the Carnegie standards w bar diminished our former requirements! Required and elective studies with opportunity to concentrate In particular lines. Latest collet;) library in Kentucky. Laboratories equipped for student praotlc. Couraea leading to the degrees of A. B, B. B B. U, and B. Pad. MUSIC (8lnglng Frea). Read Organ. Volca Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may be taken for apeolal fees in connection with work in any of tho above aohoola. Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berea Collego, with Its affiliated schools, la not a money-makininstitution. It requires certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of Its atu dents, giving highest advantagea nt lowest cost, and arranging for student to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL 18 LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. tOur studonta come from the best families and are earnest to do well and ImpVove. For any who may be sick, the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Beroa live In College buildings, and assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting par according to the value of their labor. Except in winter it U expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their penaea. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PER80NAL EXPEN8E8 for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate the bost, but aa students must attend classea regardless of the weather, warm wrap and underolothlng, umbrellas and overshoea are necessary. The Cooperative Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and g 1 other necessary article at cost LIVING EXPEN8ES are really below cost. The College aaka no rent for the fine buildings In which atudents live, charging only enough room rent to par (or cleaning, repairs, tuol, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.25 a weok, In the fall and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," a guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. Thla la paid but once, and la returned when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or service of teachers all our Instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for moat atudenta Is $5.00 a term, $6.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room Mat If Ui term, board by the halt term. Installments are aa follows! HAU. TKRM VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMES AND NORMAL COLLKOM $ Incidental Pee Hoom f 11, 1911 Board. 7 weekf j.oo 5,60 9 4i J 7.00 J11.4S t oo j.oo 7.00 9 43 Hoard 7 weeltt. due Oct. 30, 191 J Amount due Sept. ... Jjooj 94 945 Total for term j9 jo '4U.OO If paltl lu ndrnnce. . WINTJ5R TKRM Incidental Fee 5.00 Room 600 Hoard. 6 week! 9.0a ., ji 90 I31.4U $ 32.40 J 7.00 9 oa J13 10 9.00 7 20 945 Iji.go SJ 45 6.00 7.ao 9 00 Amount due January I. 1913 Hoard for 6 wceka, due Feb. Total for term iriuilil lu Hilt nnce Incidental Fee Room , n, 1913 , . fjo.oo 9.00 19 00 Jji.jo 9.00 ... TKRM I'iH.flO SPRING 1913 Jji 30.70 f 6 00 I31.7U 7.00 5 00 6 73 118.73 ). Hoard. J weeka Amount due March it, 1913 Hoard j weeks, due Apr. 30, Total for term If mll In mltntiro ... J 5 00 675 4.00 5.00 6.7s II7.7S 6.75 .. . SiS.JS 675 6.75 tuy nia SE4.00 .:. OO Special Expenses Business. fiyv $23.00 Winter Stenography and Typewriting uoo In 00 Uaokkecpinic (regular course) 11.00 1400 IlookkecpliiKibrirf coiifkI 6.00 7.00 uuHiim win? inline lur aiuuciiis in other departments; hteniKiai.hy 10.50 900 Typewriting, with one hour'a ue p( Inurnment 6.00 7.00 Commercial Ijiw. Commercial (ieoK-rnphCommercial Arithmetic or .. Penmanship, each 1.80 1.10 lu 110 rate will special IlutlneM Fees exceed 15.00 per term. Sfimr I10.00 1000 Tola, fj6oo 3600 18.00 j.oo 7.50 ... 17.00 1800 300 1.30 34a Plan Now, Come September 11th O Bavlorof tho loeti Whose precious blood redeems me, At such tremendous cost." A prayerful hearing of the sermon Impropeivrequest, v. 17. A proper request, Vjdl8. A hard request, v. 19. A is as important as Us prayerful great rosiilt, see Luko 8:40. v. ib-z- An Hardware, Paints, Mowing Machine, Fanning Implements, Oil Stoves, and Groceries Gasoline and PrtccsRiRht J D. CLARKSTON MAIN STREET, "Call netr Bank continuous study. Many young peoplo waste tlmo in tlio publlo schools going over ami over tlm namo things, when they might bo Improving much faster hy coming to llerea and starting In on now studies with somo of thu best young men and women from other counties ami states. Make your plans to come on September 11. For Information or friendly advlco write to tho Secretary, Any iililo. IhmIIi'iI ynuiitf man or young woman can ot nn education a Korea If them Is tlio will to do ho. It Is a great atlvantiiKo to Htart In tlio fall and havo a full year of D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. A, ft Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. yotrs cast resulted In a majority of 16 to 2 tn favor ot Langley. Thero was also to havo been an election of a g School trustee In this district but til1 a mistnko n to tho officers of tho ctectlon thcro was nono held. Miss Ethel Wllooa, a graduate nurae of Heron, Is at home for a month's ivacaUon from Shclbyvlllo, Her sister, Hattls, who Is taking nursing at Hcrea Is also spending her vacation R. 8. Wilson Is almost at home. ready to movo Into tils now dwelling 1, B. Brewer is having his dwelling painted. Roscco Brewer who has Bcrvcd threo years In tho U. 8. army Is expected homo soon. Oscar Morris of Island City visited R. 8. Wilson and wife, Sunday. ow-Ita- August 8, 191a. visited East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Ro Mttnrti4fn pobtllhH not for aaotltatios, bat ) li (ill ty Ibf wttlt. iTldtsct e( food faltk. Witt lt tir pUialy. cept a position on tho new railroad ... .. ui irvinu. cugar nays returned from man-tir- o 1. Whcro la thi Fly born? In Hamilton on account of poor health and filth. tn whllo there. Pcto Standafer has soJ 2. Whcro docs tlio Fly live? his homo to Nelson Jarrett. Mr. filth and ho carries filth ell kinds t Standafer expects to movo his family wings. on his fect and to tho Bluo GraBs region whcro ho 3. Whcto docs the Fly go when ho tills a position on tho railroad. Tho manuro pile, the privy leaves tho lie v. C. F. Chestnut tilled his reguvault and tho spittoon? Ho goes lar, appointment last week when he Into tho kitchen, tho dining room and preached to a large audience The tho store Teachers' meeting at Muncy school 4. What docs tho Fly do there? and house yesterday was well attended. Ho walks on tho bread, fruit Many topics relating to a successful wlpca his fect on tho vegetables; ho chool year were freely discussed by tuttor and to batht3 In tho milk. this tho teachers. Tho teachers ot C. Does the Fly visit patients sick division will hold their association typhoid fovcr and with consumption, at LaRue tho first Saturday ot nest cholera infantum? Ho docs and ho month. Tho last meeting of tho Clay may call on you next carrying the In. County Institute was the most profitfcctlon of theso diseases. able ever held. This was because It docs the Fly 6. What diseases was under tho management ot such consumption, carry? Typhoid fever, an able instructor as Dr. Willis ot diarrheal dlscaace, dlptherla, scarlit 1exlngton. Thcro were many visitors fever and In fact nny communlcablo trustees from other schools besides disease. and patrons. The committee on res7. How can the Fly bo prevented? olutions heartily endorse tho recent By cleaning out the stable and scatacts of the legislature aud recommend tering tho manuro weekly; by destroy- tin extension ot the length of tho ing all tho filth nbcut your premises; term. Tho election for trustee this or bury evening showed much Interest maniecrccn tho privy vault; burn all wasto mattoT; destroy your garb-agfested in the candidates, tho Messrs. screen yur house Brown and tho present incumbent, L. Fly or B. Webb. The former won by a maEither Man must kill tho tho Fly will kill man. jority of threo votes. Mr. Webb retires with the good wishes of all and a record of having been tho best trus JACKSON COUNTY CLUTEIt BOTTOM tee this school has ever had. Dr, Clover Bottom, Aug. 4. Owen Blck-ce- ll and Mrs. Anderson announce the birth was bitten by a copperhead of a daughter, which Is named Esther snake a few days ago. A. C. Blckncll Potter Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Bart Potter announce tho birth of a son who left two weeks ago for Franklin, Ohio, has not been heard from which Is named Jnines. Among tho since. His family Is very anxious to visitors at tho Potter Hotel Is Miss hear from him. A good many of tho Bello Simpson of Rogersvllle, Tenn. to 'Miss Be nil co Martin from Indiana is boys from this place have gone Richmond, today,' on business. Jas. a guest of Mrs. Culton. C. "W. ManMoore and family are gone to Grassy ning of Lexington and wife are vis- J. V. Springs to attend church. School is Wing Dr. I. Manningi-tM- rs. at Cave Spring C'loyd is entertaining her friend Miss I rogrcsslng nicely Mrs. with Miss Ollle Hatfield as teacher. Mora Rodman of Frankfort. Rev. Hase Smith passed thru here Kato Potter has had a neat porch today on his way homo from Grassy built, also Dr. Thompson. Work has begun on tho Jail under Dr. Burchell. Spring church. the contractor. Prof. J. F. Smith nuc.n. and Miss Lucy Lewis have symptons Hugh, Aug C The cool weather of ot typhoid fever. The baseball club the past few days has "been very of tho town played several match pleasant as It has been so warm. panics with tho visiting teachers Hev. James Parsons filled his reg- which resulted In victors for the ular appointment at this place last home team. Robert Rawllng gave Saturday and Sunday. T. W. Azblll a delightful social and dance In honor of this neighborhood took his deparot the Institute visitors and town ture for Hamilton, O., Sunday. There guests. The K. P. Lodge also gave will bo an Ice cream supper at Owsa banquet to the members of the ley Fork church house, Saturday t Institute who were members of thtlr night, Aug. 10 Everybody Is Invited fraternity. to attend. Sunday School was organ-lie- d SKXTONS CIIKKR here last Sunday. Etta Tudor Sextons Creek, Aug. 3. Andrew who has been visiting her parents Slzemore and Ethel 'Margrave were returned home, Sunday. married on the 3rd Inst. Clyde I'AIUIOT Bowman had his arm thrown out Parrot, Aug. 5 All the farmers are of place a few days ago. Sara Saylor done laying by corn Born to Mr. has been sick for a few davs. Mar and Mrs. Abljah Gabbard, a girl. Her tha Grimes, J. a. Hunter and Lincoln name is Bessie. Five of A. B. Gab- - sparks haVe gone to Cinclnnatl.-- J. A. bard's children are down with typhoid Hunter Is expected home, Mdnday. fivcr. Dr. King Is attending them. Miss Nanlo Spcnco has gone to LexMrs. Nora Cole of Hamilton, Ohio, ington to visit relatives for a few has been visiting homo folks at this days. Miss Martha Fields of near place for the past week. Miss Min- Oneida Is visiting relatives and nie Prico was visiting hone folks, fiends here this week. Jas. Smith, Saturday and Sunday. Wm. Gabbard J. W. Baker and Fuz Campbell have is aula to be out again after being gono to Richmond with a drove of bed with typhoid cattle. confined to his fever. Isaac Cornett traded a mare OWSLEYCOUNTY aud colt to Pheo Hlllord for a fine Mil CJKON. horse one day last week. Bernetta Sturgeon, Aug. 0. Married on tho Gabbard who has had typhoid is able to bo out again. Minnie, the little Crd, Andrew Slzemoro of Taft to daughter of Andrew Cornelius, is Miss Ethel Margraves of Blake. Mrs. very Blck. Miss Minnie Price is plan- Blalno Wll3on is slowly Improving. ning to attend tho Teachers' Insti- Rev. Joseph Ward failed to fill his tute at McKco. Thero will be a appointment hero, Saturday and Sun few days moctlac at Letter Box, be- day. Tho vacancy was filled on Sun. ginning, Monday njght. Isaac Cor- uay by tho Messrs. J. H. and J. B. Spenco. Their subjects being Progres nett and J. Hundley, left Wednesday, on a two weeks drumming trip. sive Church Workora and Christian Stave making Is in progress In the Characters. Tho Royal Oak Literary Davidson timber on Maclnac. Grover Society met, Saturday night. Auu. Gabbard of Hurley is with his sick 3, and chooso as officers the follow ing: Edward Cook, Pres.: M. C. homefolks at present Strong, Vico Pre3.; Miss Ethel WilOBITUARY son, Secretary; L. B. Brewer, Treas.; Monday morning, July 29th, the nnd Elba Smith, Sergeant at arms. death angel visited tho home of Steve After which tho following program Gabbard, and took his brohter, as rendered: aged fcrty-thre- e years. Ho Effle Smith A City Girl. was a son ot William and EllzabcTh Graden Cook First Courtship. Gabbard, deceased. He leaves seven Martha Smith Recitation. brothers and two sisters to mourn Grace Wilson Reading. Us loss. He bad been an Invalid for Edward Cck Extenslvo Fruit j ears. So do net weep for him, but Growing. proparo to incko the change that he Ethel Wilson Society Jokes. made when ho left the vacant chair Debate: Resolved that country life hnd went to Join his many friends is moro deslrablo than city life. who have Journeyed on before. Afftrmallvo: M. C. Strom: and El- ba Smith. CLAY COUNTY Negative: Clayton Sexton and Ed IIUHMNO Hl'IllNGS Burning Springs, Aug 3 Mrs. Fred gar Sexton. The decision was two to one Whites has been very sick during tho in past few weeks. Aunt Bettle Luns-for- d favor of the negative Tho society has boen sick for some time meets evory Saturday night at 6 p. but Is now better. Mr. and Mrs. It. m. and everybody la cordially invitCampbell of Caution announce the ed to attend and take part-- A primbirth of a daughter. Alexander Luns. ary election was held here, Saturford of Sackry and family vUlted day, to iiomlnata candidates for Confriends here, last week. Mrs. Ste- gress, John W. Langley was the Rephen Clarkston called on friends here publican candidate and E. D. Stevenrecently. Geo. Baker has gono to ac son tho Democratic candidate. The o; Mo-thl- Fly Catechism birth day last Tuesday. Sho Invited Ncttlo Daley, Sunday. all her children and grandchildren. Rebecca Miller who has been visit ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Ing her sister In Indiana has returnIMSrUTANTA ed homo. Mrs. Robecca A. Johnson Tho Davis has been very low but is slowly ImDisputant, July 27. Branch school began tho 22nd with proving. Rev. E. E. Vlolett n well Miss Dlnkslo Lako as toucher, Sherknown orator and minister, will benow gin a series of meetings nt tho man Swlnford Is painting tho school houso on Clear Creek this Christian church at London, tonight. week. Died on tho 23rd, Undo . ESTILL COUNTY Braddock Baker. Ho was laid to rest WAOKllBVH.LK gravo yard. A lu tho VanWInklo Wngersvlllo, Aug 5. Mr. and Mrs. largo crowd of young pooplo visited tho Anglln Falls last Sunday and re- A. B. Kcllcy aro visiting relatives In port a good tlmo. Huckleberry pick- Borca, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. ing has been all tho go hero for tho Sparks wore tho pleasant guests ot last two weeks. Sjicnccr and Bob 'Mr. and Mrs. Allen Powell last SunAbney havo been logging for Grant-so- n day. Algln Daniels was tho guest Clark, this week. Jack Jones cf of Dr. Edwards, Saturday night. ISLAND CITY Dreyfus, was hero on business, this Miss Mary Wilson epeut Sunday with Island City, Aug. 1. Lee Blako has Miss 'Maudo Park. The llttlo son of bought Uie proitcrty vacated by Henry week. Mr. and Mrs, Jako Johnson Is very ROOKB McGcorgo and will movo to It shortlow with brain fever. Tho Misses ly Judgo Prico of Booncvlllo stayed Boone, Aug. 5. Miss Hattlo Poyn-tc- r Ella Park and Kato Wagera visited t'ver night nt J. C. Gentry's, Tuesattended tho Institute at Mt, Ver- IMrs. Frank Conglcton near Irvlno non, last week. James and T. 8. day night, and took dinner, Wednesfrom Friday till Sunday. Miss Anna Sims returned to their home nt Munday, at Robert 'Morris'. W. A. Hos-kiMrs. Warford who Is staying with cy, Ind., after a visit with friends Is erecting a new dwelling near Wade Park spent Sunday with home Blake. Born to tho wife of O. II. In and near Boone. 'Mr. and Mrs. folks. Palmer, a flno boy. They named It Isaac Martin ot Rockford visited Mr. Lee. R. B. Peters left with a nice nnd Mrs. James Vaughn, Sunday. HAMILTON, OHIO LETTER bunch of catUo and sheep for tho Mrs. Cal Chasteen Is quite 111 at her Hamilton, O., Aug. C Farmers aro Richmond market, yesterday. A. B. homo near Snider. A. D. Lcvctt rebusy threshing wheat and crops aro Carmack recently Bold a nlco pair of turned from RoblnBon, Saturday. Charley Holcomb 's mules to G. W. Tlncher. S. O. Field Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Ross of Nina fairly good. spending tills week with homo folk who has been at Hamilton, Ohio, nt wcro visiting Mr. and Mrs. James work returned homo a few days ago. Lambert a few days last week. Mr. at Bryantsvllle, Ky. W. L. Flancry of Bcrea, paid his brother In CinLee Read who was convicted to and Mrs. John Huff passed through the United States Penitentiary at Boon, Saturday. Pal Owens went cinnati and Bister tn Hamilton, O., a short visit, last week. 'Mr. Granvll Johnston has been qulto sick but is Improving now. A. J. Gabbard who has been la poor health for over a ytar Is now at his brother's homo near Travelers Root, having gono homo a week ago. Mrs. Jack Mu'icy Is spending a tew weeks with relatives In Perry County, Kentucky. Mrs. Thos. Belew and children havo returned from a visit at Dry Ridge, Ky. Mr. and 'Mrs. U. J. Trlplctt aro tejolclng over the arrival of a new girl nt their homo. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Eckert and daughter, Ruth, aro Blinding a week at Chautnmiua, O. M. Gabbard attended the Mlnml 1 Chautauqua, Sunday, Aug. 4th and heant Dr. S. O. Royal and Dr. N. I). Hlllls preach. Dr. I II II Is gavo a on "The America of Tomorrow," Aug 3rd. He Is pastor of Plymouth church in Brooklyn, N. Y. nnd Is one I'f tho world's foremost writers, authors, lecturers or ministers. Ho held Tho loiHr of tho fall tint aro tho bomti his audience ot G.000 A tor, tho fading graft now thoy btato. two Karojtwolt loft In nataro'l bounty chmtt. hours, Biell bound, with his mnxtcrly Pound tcatttrtng along tho aiitamn uaym. flow of beautiful and impressive-wordsTho hollyhockt or, brant. nddmr, now His text, Sunday, was "Tho Tholr banntrt flamhlng bold bofon thoy fall. Thmy arm ntolood to Jim baton thoy bow Kingdoms of this World aro bocomlnS tn homagt to tho dittant wtnttr't talL tho Kingdoms of God.' ns Sunday. AVIaulo 'Rowland Berea Printing School Department of Berea College (The Citizen it a specimen of our work.) PRINTS HEADS, HAND-niLl.8- , TfC 1 LETTER. REPORTS, SErV CARDS, MONS AND BOOKS IN THE BEST MANNER, LOWEST AND AT PRICE8. Tour patronti la asked to hslp ttudinU, and to Insure your fatting your moasy'a worth. CALL AT THE OFFICE! OR SEND ORDERS BT MAIL. SATISFACTION. DRESS YOU WILL GET CASH. ADTERMS Berea Printing School berea: ky. Houses to Rent To thoM who havt chlldran to di cats and wish to reild In Bsrta for a longtr or thorttr tlma to anjay Its aducatloml advantages, tha Callaga has a numbtr of houits, larga an! amall, soma of tham partly furnlahad, to rant on raasonabla ttrma. Addreaa THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. pkji mm lec-lu- ro THE Berea Hospital Nurse Training School of Berea College IIA8 BEST OPERATING, ROOM AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES Tho morning glorltt novo a J moor Am Anal riot into bloomomt mm thoy twlnat Thoy Jrtnk a gay fanwatl In morning dot And flaunt tho from I dtfianco from oomk rinaj Tho com mom flowors tparklo In tho down-- All fairy tikm tho fragtlo thapot aoooor. A omhot of tho flowtrm that arm gono. Ammtarm that mtad tho twilight at tho i Tho dahtlat twaggmr, nonthatant and rod; And crowd tho mooktr blotoomt from tho waym Tho attort mako a plctun many hood. Framod In tho drifting ho mm of autumn grmyi Whlto clmmatlm all tnowliko Idly dingo Whoro loaoot alroady torn to brown and gold. And loommm porfmmo that oaeh oophyr fllngo Abooo tho pago whoro oammor'o talo It told. Aero mm tho floldt and by tho oammtry roaJm A ro ocarlmt bloomo that mocA tho toiling torn. CHAUTAUQUA LETTER FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMBER OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREAT WENT GREATLY INCREASES PRO PECTS OF RECOVERY. ' To Tho Cltltcn Readers: I left Kcrby Knob July 3 for N. Y. At Berea I was Joined by Mlsa Rjsella Roberts. After vari ous delays, duo to lato trains, wo urrlved at Cloveland, 1 never enjoyed a rtdo more than tho rldo from Cleveland to Chautau qua, thru tho bccutlful grajw vlne- jarus, una aicng Lako Erie whose breezes were very refrshlug. vVo arrived at tho Berea Cottage, In Chautauqua Just tn tlmo for breakChnu-tauqu- a, I Ratas One Dollar a day and op. Bond for prompt payment required For further particular! address THE BEREA HOSPITAL BEREA, KY. organ forms ono ot tho great tea- tures of Chautauqua. I am enjoying this place so much, I that I regret ciy much to leavo It, but would tlko to meet JnckBon County teachers In Institute at McKe?, whero I expect to bo next Monday. Very respectfully yours, Anna Powell. KEEP THE MILK fast. cottagu In Chautauqua Is mom beautifully located than Berea cot AndgoUonndhfttapltttroatmwmlomdt tage, which Is In tho southern iui- -t To thow what El Dorado It hoo won. of tho grounds, about two hundred And to with bloom ablato. with ohomging loaf, Tho patlant yoor Uant tlowly to lit root jurds east of tho Lako and nearly With flowtr Uughttr that makot Hgkl ogrlof forty feet above it. Thero Is a moat Tho lower of tho fall tlmo arm tho boot. view acvoss tho Lako which Is two miles wldo and twenty mllm long, with Jaiuc3town at its south ern extremity and Maysvlllo on the I northern. Tho great auditorium seating from seven to ten thousand people, 's nbout a fourth of a nillo north of (Copjrigla 19U, by W.O. Chpmn.) Biea Cottage. After having two hours rest, after my arrival, 1 went Atlanta, Ga., died a few days ago and to Richmond ono day last week whero out to hear Pres. Frost'B lecture, on "Christian Patriotism," which, It was brought back and burled in the ho Is working for tho L. and N. railcemetery at Oneida. Wm. Mays, wife road. Revival meetings at Falrvlow Is needless for mo to say, was very anu uaugnter will leavo tho 10th of begins next Saturday. Squlro Lamb- much enjoysd by alt as was shown by tho this month for Dudley, 111. ert Is having his meadow cut. An- Aftqr great applauso It called forth. having hcaid great Iecturcra went to Austerlltz, Sundrew Wren MAJOR from most of tho states of our groat day, whero ha will remain for some Major, July 23, Joo Smith, Letcher tlmo. Mrs. Nora Wren Is visiting her nation, I am moro Inclined than over to say that Kentucky should Indeed Byrd and J. S. Rowland are buying mother near Rockford, this weok. cattle In thla vicinity this week. Tho Mr. and 'Mrs. J. B. Blair wero visit- bo proud of ouch a man as Dr. Wm. G. Frost, Y03terday I had tho prlvl-l'.g- o social event of the ueason was a soing tho former's parents, Sunday. of listening to Mlscca Harriet cial given, Tuesday night, by tho LAUREL COUNTY Butler and Ethel DoLong from Hind-maMisses Eversole. Every one reported Ky., who spoke on tho educa1'ITTHllUIlO a good time. Tho Literary society of tho Valley View school gave nn Pittsburg, July 28. The Cnlldrcns' tional problems of tho Kentucky Interesting Friday Day oxerclccs at tho East Pittsburg mountains. No speakers havo receiventertainment ed moro tntenso Interest and all evening. Tho Improvement Club church latt Sunday, were quite a su to bo bo much Interested of Posey entertained tho teachers uf coss. Ror. Aoher, pastor, conducted In the Scovlllo Ridge School, Saturday tho devotional exorcises after Bible tho educational work In tho mounevening. A bountiful supper was serv reading by Rov. B. II. Colo. Tho wel- tains and reallzo moro nnd moro that ed and an hour spent tn enjoyably come addrcca was delivered by Wm. tho best blood of our nation Is that Getting acquainted with tho new Evans. Thero were several recitations which runs thru tho veins of tho teachers. Tho only drawback to the and songs by the Sunday Behoof chil mountain.-iuffalr was tho absence of Miss Sco dren in the forenoon. At noon all Nearly 60,000 people enter tho vlllo who was to bo tho guest (f a good dinner which was spread w (jiwuiiua uMuuaui i uu honor. After sjrvlng a supply of ap- - by the sisters of tho church. In the will not wonder at this when you pio elder the party went to church afternoon Mr. R. F. Spenco, ono of Uarn that the Chautauqua Instituwhero services were held by tho Rev. Laurel County's best school teachers tion offers .ouch splendid opportuniE. E. Young. Mr. and 'Airs. J. S. Kavo a splendid talk on "The Duties ty for dovelopmmt, mentally, physiRowland wore the guests of Mr. and of Parents to their Children." Mr. cally, morally and religiously. Mrs. George Malnous, Sunday. Miss George Smith also gavo a talk to tho I havo had the privilege of hearing Noll Johnston and Mr. T. W. Skin-r.Sunday School. There will be an edu- some of the best instructors ana were guests of Wbb Carrie Row-- i cational Rally at the Pittsburg Gradlecturers In our Nation In class land, Sunday. Tho Misses Bertha and ed School on tho 17th ot Aug. Plenty looms and from tho platform. The Emma Sealo visited the Cllfty Sun of refreshments on the ground. All excellent music, In charge of Mr. day School, Sunday. Ray Rowland come. Grandma Hlbbard guVfl birth Alfred Halleo, director, and II. U. was tho guest of George Jackson, day dinner In honor of her. eightieth Vincent, who plays the great pipe .No 1 n, v er CLEAN. Precaution Which Any On Can Obaarv. Tho Virginia experiment station has found by actual experiment that the number of bacteria In milk can bo greatly reduced. This Is of considerable Importance, becauso It reduces tho liability of contamination from dlseano bacteria as well as those that causo souring, disagreeable odors, etc. By count It was found that by sprinkling the bedding straw so as to pro-vetho bacteria from arising tho percentage In tho milk was reduced t3 per cent. A reduction of 23 per cent was made by using the closed pall lu milking aa compared with using the open pall. When the flanks of tho cows were moistened and sponged before milking the per cent of bacteria was reduced 23 per cent By discarding the' first four strlpplngs from each teat tho bacteria wero further reduced. Four SlmpU, Intxpanalva These four precautions, sprinkling the bedding, moistening the flanks of the cow, using a closed pall and discarding the first four strlpplngs, may ba practiced without appreciable expense, and they greatly reduce tho liability of contamination. Straw bedding and sawdust wer compared as to sanitation, and It waa found that fewer bacteria were found where sawdust was used for bedding, but aa straw as an absorbent for liquid manure has some value aa a fertilizer and sawdust none straw la per- -' hapa better. Choose the right. If Blnucra wUeev thee, consent thou net. Sol5nJ?Vy Disappointment, Ills appointment? 'hange one lotter, thon I see, tfiai the thwarting of my purpose, la Ood'a better cholco for me. i I