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Citizen Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XIV. HKUBA. MADISON COUNTY, KKNTUCKY, JUNK 12, 1013 One Dollar a year. No. 60 Summer Convocation Ttao annual Hummer Convocation of tho Faculty of Ilerca College was in session from Thursday following lorn. beginning with Churcn uicncemcnt, Prayer Meeting, until Tuesday of ! "SCHOOL'S OUT" The ono Itrnuglit us "Come to Hooks," anil "ScIiooI'm Out." roluclantly, HoniHtimos sullenly, hi from play, fn tho liroailer ietiso it c.tlteil iim, (lail of heart, from the toil of tlio Holds mid hills. How wo yolled vlieii tlio lioe, clone on to the heels of tlio plow, had cut the last weed, rounded up thu last hill of corn in tho last row at the top of the steepest and highest hillside field when corn was "laid by" How wo yelled! It was the fliKiial that the loiif weeks of sweaty toil wero ended. And how we scampered away to school when wo heard the llrst call "Como to Hooka!" Hut we had our sharo of human nature, and we cheered and cheered apiin ami stampeded lioinennrd, the "treat" stuped sticks of cindv iu mouth and hand nt the word from the teacher, "School is Out." The "treat" iiiul always from the teacher to us never from us to the teacher! Wonder what it meant! Treat y of peace no doulit, ami the "sweets," the teacher'n token of repentance for words and hlons sometimes too harsh mid too heavy in veiw of the hard and backless bunches mid his -- her want of skill mid tiict. Peace wo in sorrow for our own proclaim it now at least a lasting pence--mishortcomings and lis our pledge we throw a bouipiet back across tho yearn. No "commencement" then simply "school is out." And it was out, indeed, tu some--t- o many manly boys and beautiful (,'irls glad, happy, joyous, because "school was out." The "come to books" of the returning Fall was heeded not. " Tho farm for me," said Sain "Tht farm and 'Limly. I have had schooling enough; more than my father: besides n farmer don't need much education, and 'l.indy, mm cook nil riyht, I yutss.'' "I already have a job," plead Joe. "None of tho carpenters I know have leen to school as much as I, and I can get along if they can. No more school for me," and Joe closed the door of the school on Lucy too. To Sam and Joe it waa merely, "school is out," but it spelled Commtucemcitt, tho' they knew it not their commencement in a losing game. School for thtm wan out loo noon. Father's tracks led Sam to poverty when the locomotive broke the silence null there was uo "new ground" to clear, no more timber to sell. And Joe soon had to yield to the mechanic, the draftsman, tho architect his who heeded the further call "to books." schoolmates, some of them He is not doing the paying jobs now. They seek tho hands trained iu the schools. In great conventions and in Legislatures and Congresses they often jtlay a trick on time- turn thu hands of the clock back in order to complete the work mapped out No such trick can be played by Sam and 'Limly, by Joe and Lucy. They may turn tho hands of the clock back if they choose, but the hours of school fail to return, for "school is out." Until is "commencement" now nud not "school is out." And what n wealth of added meaning. School' stands for something now preparation; and life means more a race coursed for the achoaled, for the trained. "School is out" drudgery ended, leisure, pleasure, failure. Commencement training secured, ready for tho contest, activity, success. - Mr. Roosevelt's Generous Act, Mr. Rccsovolt w.ib completely vindicated In tho libel suit which closed, Saturday. After tho plantlff had rested, Kdltor Hewitt went on thi Aland and madT n retraction of his charges, csylng that they were pun iishcd lit k;o1 ralth, but that even beforo hearing the evidence, when In hliueslf to substantiate endeavored tho charge by sworn statements, ho vaa sattnlhd dal Mr. Roosevelt w.ik never other taau a man. Interesting ami IiiHtructUc. Tho rcKrt of the committee a,i drew forth reprntH Student 0gclM(lonR 'thruout , Thu lCcturo by l'rof. Smith on "Tip Mountain Region save a knowlcilg - of facta that wero Intensely Interestof thuw wwsIoiih wen) hMil ItiR. Mo gave an ldcu of the Inimeiu" resources of thli region and the great In tho Parish House. Tho mornings of theso days w reawakening that Is taking place, occupied by dlsctisaluna regarding th- - I Secretary Moiton, at the Monday morning rend a splendid p.v welfare of both studentH mid work-r- .. jkt on "Vocutloi.al Guidance," ami a Tor tho flret hour of each session, Kocl-to1'reH. Front conducted n discussion in discussion of Assemblies And Helpful for Ilerea hy Mr. Clara subject of vital Importance In ties u teacher's carfcr. Tho second hour ilosed tho meeting, Tuesday, Tho lact two houra of ench moniliu waa Riven to reports of committee and lecture all of which wero very was a legislative Session. thla week. Mot ' sbUi At this pol.it the Colonel allowed tho goncrouity f his nature and said thnt his purpose. In bringing the suit ,ai forevci to set nt rest tho slanderous repo.-tand that ho did not' wish any damages, whereupon the jury returned a verdict of ,0fic. The. judge, however, declaring the Colonel entitled frcm the evidence, to the full ten thousand dollara, hut praised his generosity In waiving his Jint claim. me i Annual Meeting of Kentucky's Federation of Woman's Clubs The 20 tb aniunl meeting of the llarrogot, Tenn. Kentucky Federation of Woman a The Federation Dally was Usual CJubs Is being held nt Mlddlosboro, during tho four days tho Convention Juno l.t In session, for the enllghtcnm",nt. Tho 170 federated club3 were Invit- of tho members not In attendance. ed nnd extenolvo preparations wero Railroads havo allowed reducil mado for Uielr reception. A special rates for delegatus. treat for tho delegates was an auto Mrs. J. U. Robertson and Mrs. V. rldo over tho Government road to Cornelius nro Prlscllla Club's ropw-- I University Lincoln Memorial nt sentatlves at this meeting. 10-1- 3. I SENATOR WEBB Hell WRITES 7, I".1 WORLD NEWS Mexican -- RurUc, Tenn., Juno mo tho delightful visit to Rer.u. That was a raw pleasure that ram to mo In tlio monotony of scIiik I du KEIH-JLCAITURE MATAMORAS Ilea In tho country. th" 1 wUh to congratulate you on MatniiKras, cue of the principal treat work you nro doing. I hate if titles of Moxlco, Is now in tho hands course known of your work In u way of thu rebels, alter a hard fought but novor dreamed of Its extent battle, In Which tho loss of life was saw for ma-l- f jnd efficiency till Heavy. Tho number killed Is ostlnmt- ,perBonally. Tho IralnliiR as exhibited at from oo tu SOU. It Is rumored of the cPy on your platform and In two ban- - t,at major t10 quels can not bo Hurpas'd any where. m,H eeii shot Thousands of speed Attitude Is tho foundation of char- - lorH vowwj tie buttle frum the Unit- staten sldo of tho Itlo Grande, acUT and this attitude of your itn- Tho deplorable state of affairs !n dents to life an6 lla duties were to have mo a continual Inspiration. 8 causing much unenslneua, government officials at Wash- never aeon It surpassed any whef. Thu studenta don't bmiii to be "mi) - ngton,aml It Is feared thataomo step lug a pleco" but seemed to feel sin- - f mtervintlon will yet bo neceaary ccrely every utterance. Their Ideals by tho United States, worn things of Uauty to ino and v.hon nulTlSH PORT LAUREATE DIBS 1 rcccHod to mind that each ono of Alfred Auitln 77 years of age, n 1S90, these young people would become a jirltlsh Port larirente, sine ucw center of civilizing Influence n .ncj, Juno 2nd In l)iidon. being a ioct he whs ;i tho South and when I saw the mini- Reside bera and tho extent of your grtat burrister, a critic, a novelist, a war work, I feel cure there Is no great- - correspondent and a Killtlcal writ- er wofk any whore. The Interest In or- - mg first jiocm was published at your coinmOncOun nt as manifested jy t0 g0 0f $ boforo ho had tak Jit tho great multitudes of plain people u deKrco at th London Unlvondty. In attendanco shows that you havo AlUiough bo was a lawyer ho novor taken deep hold upon the hearts ,f practiced that iioiesslou. Ills wrlt- tho ma;iH. S'o man Is n success that nB8 nro very patriotic. Pleasant Day -- Attentive Crowds Splendid Program dca not reach the heart of the plain soqtIND PLANS FOR 110.MK Great Addresses Trustees Meet. ft jnopla , RL'LK You havo done It mora vuccussfiillv Now that Ireland Is soon to assume i iwrca nns rar;y. u ever, rsiKTienc-- oi mo program aivcn uy me uoueci than I havo seen any where. Reinem-le- r tho reins of self government the Commencement Dav nte Depaitment-l- ho IU0rw delightful Commencement mo cordially to your good wlf.. unofficial ScottlMi Liberals In the The craduates of the Clle.ro 1 blessing uion )Oti ft Douso of Commons have taken u;i than that of this year. ine weawie. i.ronor. pray Cod's Dept. numbered twenty, the largest ...wl l.ntftirnl t.lAnl. . your great work and sincerely hope inoro seriously tho ipjcstlon of get . . . Ul0 nislory or in o J leparwicnt. that your force may ado in strength tJR hoim) ru,e fo(. Uit. 0(vn COUntry Th(J abseuco of tuc accustom. Thc,r addre8?8i l)oth , thought and ....., ,w.o ...v. ...... r- f this body drafU'I booths and faken stands, which A. cotnmiuco delivery wero manifestations of r'al lelf inay havo the cxuuUlto plmsure , ScoUlgh ,ul(5 , wlU.:i rat,K,r ono Qf thJ Cmmty . i u.u imk mui.iui ,,1B!U,i no...,! - ,.niln,r l fhu .,... t r...n Hio total number of graduates IIIUU jUH'fi" en.nB.mnl. ! n.lrt. .vinxii- ill.- "tabltshcd. ("red bless you. House of Commona. .May 3itn and was Vll muci, to tbo spirit and dignity of from tho various departments, Agricul-- I Sincerely your friend, referred to a coiumltteo. While the th0 occasion. ture, Canientry. Home Science, Nur- W. R. Webb. Scottish LiberaU think the measure as has Ken the cao now for sever- - inc. Prlntlnc Normal. Academy and v. Ill not vo very far this session, Jaj successive years, the crowd wos College numbering 110. they arts determined to h!iov th t imrdly 60 largo as tho previous year. Keep People In Country.. Tbo fourth gun fired at 11:40 a. m. (Jood roads will keep people In tht the movement Is a llvo one. The bill However, It was large, and mad1: up nnd tho remaining tew minutes of country and will bring city people te provide practically tho samu as did ; 0r any slight diminution In orderly til0 forenoon were taken up with thu tho fresh air. Uie Irlah Homo Rule Hill. .0nduct. siiUmll 1 Interest and giner.il ronferrlnc of decrees, by succeeding year Frost, who Krected each class in a Kuih MEXICO NKOOTIATHS IIIG LOAN . apiearttnce. n. hw in cordial nnnner and In fitting The Mexican Coverniucnt bas Just . witnesses a nini Ked improveniont Did vou ever hear this? The roadl phrases presenteu their diplomas and omplcted tho Uigotlatlon of a 10o,- - .Oils res)ect. were so bad that the only way h Excellent attcutlon was given th 1'iulo tlicm God sieed. 000,000 loan" for governmental purpos-- 1 could get to town was cs, on account of Its national rallr ,fceaKers aim neariy appiauw mm The afternoon program waB well in 'catcd tho Jeep appreciation of th. keeping with the exerclM-Increase Morality. way. Tho money comes from Paris. of this health Good roads will Increaso excellent program. forenoon. The audience was lare happiness, education, religion and "DUCHESS" OF WESTMINSTER" starting Tho from t,.nd very attentive. Addresses were itroceeskn mnmlllv Utdles Halt at ..10 nnd tho program LVen by Rev. Grant Perbon, Newton, oegan after tho first gun at 8:30 a. Massachusetts and Senator Webb of c CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE n.. After music by the College Hand Venuessee. and Invocation, tho audience was first, Tho annual meeting of the IJerea favored with an Agricultural Exhl- - trustee's took place Wednesday night PAGE ONE Lit by flvo'youtis graduates from tho and Thursday morning. Among thos.i Editorials. Agricultural Dept. who attended wero Wllllaru R. Hel- News of tho Week. Next camo Ui- demonstration of a llap, KenturUy, Louisville, of Commencement Day. a.i,- i surctenl oiwrntinn In n tunne. i 'I'lummo , . hi', ,(i. u, Ilerca College Alumni Association. ..l i.i. - , u.i n U3IUIU. tho graduate nurses, and the second Ky., Herbert A. Wilder, of Newton. PAGE TWO gun at 9:00 a. in. then auuoumvd Mass., Thompsou 8. Uurnam, of Rlch- 'Edltorlala. tno imrt oi tuo program gten uy mond, Ky., Prof Elmer A. Lyman, ' Toinporatico. tho Normal Dej.t. Vpsllantl, Mich., Rev. Carl T. Mlcliel, Sunday School Tho Normal Dept. numbered Uilrty, of Harlan, Ky Rov. William E. Rar- Prevent Fourth of July Accidents. nil iu tuolr addresses on well chocen . ton. D.D.. of Chicago. 111.. John R. Fubjecta mado a splendid bupropion Rogers, of lJrooklyn, N. Y., William PAGK THREE upon tho audience. llerndon, of Lancaster, Ky., and Rev. Tho Ojien Window. Tlio third gun announced the part A. E. Thomson of Slmpsonvllle, Ky. Country Child's Day Now Is Hem. How Can They Get To School? 1 1 Dr. Front. lloreu, Ky. .My diar Dr. Frost: 1 thank you sincerely for giiug Rebels Captive Matamoras British Poet Laureate Dies Scot land Plans for Home Rule Mex-- j Royal ico Negotiates Dig Loan Destructive Academy Threatened Campaign Resumed. UNITED STATES NEWSilN Lobby Against the Tariff OUR OWN STATE jico, Snow In Flallroad Rates Strawberry ShipJune Death of Dr. Briggs Volcanment K. P. A. atOlymplan Springs ic Eruption in Alaska Arbitration Hickman Dry Gov. McCreary a Treaties In Danger. Daniel Boone Day Candidate Extravagance In State Institutions, LOIJBY AGAINST THE TARIFF RATES RAILROAD Tho Sontto investigating coinmittoe Tho decision oi tho Supreme Court appointed to consider the tnctlcj cf a lobby formed to defeat tariff revi- on tho matter of Railroad rates sion by tho sugar, woolen and other promises an equitable adjustment of interests too highly protected find Kentucky railroad questions. It means ovldenco of doubtful methods. and are much for, the ptosperlty of the State persistently lushing their Investi- to have tho question of rates fixgation. Senators have been closely ed on a just bails. STRAWUERRY SHIPMENT questioned, with the result that Warren County has Bhipped 1" Important clews havo been gnln'd tars oi BirawDtrries mis seasou iiu that promlco Interesting future a high price was realized, io which of tho methods pursued control a fako public sentiment th."i making the value of the crop $30,001 rubsldtzcd newspapers, it Is suggested lu excess of tho crop of 1S12 though the number of cars waa thirty less. o ntlnucd on Pugc Five davM-upmcn- ts Commencement Day CAPT. L J. VAN SCHAICK -- K. P. A. AT OLYMPIAN SPRINGS The State Prtss Association hshl Its meeting at Olympian Springs ou i no 9th. The association was royally entertained at luncheon at Frankfort by tho State Journal after which thsy wero taken to Lexington In motor cars provided by their hosts. The business session began at Olympian Springs, June 10th, where ample jrovlslon Is mads for a good time. HICKMAN DRY Agents at are Instructed not to deliver .ny liquor shipped by n ,ur railroads as freifht. A largo consignment of beer was turned back. A CANDIDATE Gov. McCreary has stated formally that ho Is a candidate for tho nominar. tion of tho Democrats for U. S. Ho is confident that he will elected If nomlntted. DANIEL ROONE DAY Juno 7th was observed as Boone by tho Historical SoI Day at Frankfoit ciety. Why not elsewhere? EXTRAVAGANCE IN STATE INSTITUTIONS SBeBSSKjMffy.!. mi mi t Tho management of Kentucky Chll- drens Home Society Is sharply critiCapt. Louis J. Van Schalck, U. S. A., extravagance end nuwar- recently received the congressional cized for medal of honor for distinguished gal- ranted expenditures by State Inspec- lantry In action. He won this high ; tor aud Examiner In his report to tho honor by desperate bravery during Governor. an engagement with a band of Moroi I Eastern Kentucky Normal at Rlch- In the Philippines, utt on pag? lite GOV. McCREaRY Sen-utob-- s ' , 1 ' I ! Pn-fide- t t.. T.i-nh-- , a - - ' for hard work in all kinds of soil That's the PAGE FOUR Local News. Madison County Nowg. Homo Town Helps. PAGE FIVE Ueuerul News. Collator Wobb'a U'tter. PAGE SIX Berea College Alumni Association j Serial Story. Homo PAOE SEVEN Coureo In Scleutlflc i ' Agricul- ture. Iear might. Poultry Facts. ,lood Roads. PAOE EIGHT Dastom Kontucky News. Poem. Markcta. Tho tenth reunion of tho Uerea Col- leco Alumni Association renewed many delightful associations and will bo u pleasant memory to ull who partlcl The domestic affairs of the duke ted. and duchess of Weetmlneter have beer. n Interesting English society Tuesday night, Juno 3, In tho Chapel Whllo tlieso oxmclses wero Into restROYAL ACADEMY THREATENED ago tho night watclr ing, their undue length prevented a A tow night man of tho Royal Academy of Lou- - full appreciation of their good tea don, discovered in a small room on turcs. tho ground floor a cardboard bo .. I Mrs. Wm Da inport, of I)ulsvllle, filled with rags and aaturated with very generously Ravo us two vocal oil. A number of wax tapers wero nolos, und alBO ono at tho aluiunl ban- lound about tho box, four of which quet. Sho possesses uu excoediuglJ olce, and wero burnlnc whui tho watchman ills- - flexlblo and sywpaUietlc covered tho box. The police suspect l.er singing was u genuine treat. Contluucd on Vtgt Fitc Tho Alumni address was given by . Hon. 0. W, Auten of Akron, O. Ills subject being, "duties of tho Schola- ,n luu 1 rea" 1 1,0 ""78l,u" was very ably discussed and was creatly enjoyed by the large audlenc rearing him. At 6 o'clock ou Wednesday evening, tbo Alumni assembled at tbo college dining room, with husbands and wlvtw. Pres. and Mrs. Fiost, trusteca and visiting friends of tho Institution, and partook first ot a .delicious and menu, provided by thoe capable purveyors, MIbs Mooro and Misa fcperry. Following this feast camo the "feiut Tho of reason and flow of soul." president of tho association, Mr. J as. Continued on page lite Oliver No. 1 Cultivato- r- Likes work and lots Cultivator that ls?as all the A good points many of which are exclusively Oliver. 6f it. Light, easy to guide and easy to pull. Built strong and rigidhence long lived- - Well balanced and quickly adjustable-co- me in and see it, you will like it. CHR1SMAN "The Furniture Man" Page Two. THE CITIZEN I j June la, 1913. The Citizen family newspaper for ill that true and Interesting. In tho Juno Woman's Homo Conipati I'Vciicli on npioarK an Interesting editorial Atuvrlcn. tailing attention to the fart that it tiihliOmt every T'.uirwlay t Ilfrra. Kjr This Is a young ml growing nation la 1 mo to begin to pruparo for tho Deemletice nnd degeneracy cnnnol set HERE A PUBLISHING CO. prevention of Fourth of July necl- the pace for youth. ,n 1,10 !ltol States (tHeorimnttnl) tc-- r us haw American ntilont for Joiltfl- were, killed by flreworkn 41 persons J. p. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. A merlon women. on July fourth mid 017 were Injured, Subscription Rntos but tho number Is steadily decreasr.VYAM.K IN AUVANCK ing. Following Is nu extract from OUT OF THE DICTOGRAPH. 1 1. 00 One Yrr tho editorial: to Sli Month. Tho landlord of our hotel Is Justified . "Now la 11 good tlmo to talk uerl- AS Three Mnntha In charging an extra price, because fualy with the boy about the Fourth ,,, or Hpre Money ho In put to the trouble and humlllayou knw that , Sent money by of Jm Order. Draft, Kegitereil Letter, or one and two tlon of living thereall the time of ce,obral,oil wnI ft nnllon.w,dJ nm). cent tamp. The date after Tour name on label how to That dove of peace which files so t,ncro: 'ou ,incw ,llu torrlI,Iu what date your miiMcription ( ul.l. If It N not chanted within three weeka after renewal fiuit. we vow well rntrh It without aco In iho big firecracker mill tin aotify ua So. new and bigger guns we Mlwinr number wilt he gladly aupptied if we foil. a re notified. cast to throw saltpeter on Its lull t.iheral l.rmi clven to am who obtain new CLUBS WERE TRUMPS aubcriptlon for ua. Any one tending in four Iltll, tho baggage man, says the adyearly iiihtcriptionacnn receive The Citireti free lorhlm.elf for one jear vance agent Is generally the smartest FROM JUDOE. Advertising rateaou application. person In the troupe. Ho gets away i won't have to see any of off where he He looked like a gentleman gone to the show. MVMBLR Of Though patched nnd frayed as seed. to clothing, he was Immaculate both Speaking of the way the Innocent In dress and person. He sat upon the suffer. Little Willie Mlggs was chased shelling peas. His two blocks by a near sighted man, kitchen doorstep, expression betokened reconciled deswho said Willie was making faces at pair, him. Willie was only learning to play "lie so kind," ho said meekly, but the Jcwshnrp. 11 11 It right, Is Individuality In dress as' In color of eyes, hnlr. complex-- , Ion nnd slmpt? of figure. There Is nlso nnllonnl Individuality. There there I Prepare to Prevent Fourth of July Accidents blank cnrtrldgos. Hut tho not Know; thcro nro many will never lanw. Tho boy g engines with nolso-makln- .... . r ' KKNTUCKY PRMSS ASSOCIATION. A MARVELOUS AGE. The other day a wireless operator out In the I'aellle ocean heard voices I.M) miles away. The explanation was offered that lie hud picked up scraps of conversation In a distant wireless tele-phone test. , The same day came uews that an aviator had flown across the Medltcr- ranenu sea from Tunis. Africa, to Sic- lly. a distance of HXI miles. A few months earlier It was reported from 1'nrls that lij a rouihltiutlon of the phonograph and moving pictures tbe audience uot only viw. but heard. the actors on the screen. At about the' same time It wns cabled from London j that moving pictures had been repro-- ! duced In natural colors without paint-- ' Ing the films. It Is a marvelous ace. Just bow mnr-- t velous we who live In It but dimly realize. The currents of all past ages are meeting in this focal oint of time.' Tbe dreams of seers mid prophets are coming true. Things our hardly dared Imagine are today commonplace. The writer has a boy who has a wireless apparatus, much of which he made himself, through which he picks up messages from ships nun-- ' xireds of miles at sea. What would have been a miracle to! our fathers has become? the plaything of our children. "What does nil this mean for the fu1 . sixteen-year-old ture? years and the swifter progress of tbe last ten years. If advancement continues nt ever ln- creasiug speed where may It not lead? Tomorrow may we not speak through; telephones without wires for hundreds or thousands of miles mid not only hear1 our distant friend's voice, but see his last twenty-five Iteflcct on tbe swift progress of the j speaking Image before irs? Tomorrow may uot the common means of travel be the airship? The automobile lias come iu a score of years, the telephone in u lifetime, the railroad, telegraph nnd steamship in a century. With the advance of science nnd surgery on the one hand and of psychology on the other may not disease be practically banished from the future man? It Is a privilege mid mi Inspiration to live In an uge like this. It Is a trumpet cnll to all ;bo powers,' hopes nnd aspirations within us. ONE WAY TO BE GOOD AMERICANS. Why uru fashions Imported from In the past few jenrs most of the Paris styles have been monstrosities. They have been not only uncomfortable nnd absurd, but have verged ou the Indecent. Moreover they have beeu ugly. At last the worm has turned, ns worms with eteii enough sense to squirm will do souuer or later. There Is now widespread movement to design our own styles. This Is being promoted not only by an influential section of the press, hut! by big dressmaking mid tailoring est.ib-- ; Hshments mid manufacturing houses. New York designers have organized ' a society of American fashions lor American women. Tho hobble skirt utid- other Paris freaks hnve done their work. Tlieyt have taught us to depend upon our! selves. Wo have plenty of American design-era, but they havo beeu slavishly copy- Ing French models. Our people havo shown Inventive- uess, ingenuity and good taste in other j lines, and there Is no reason why theyj caunot do bo In tho matter of feminine apparel. American men have their own fash-Ionaud they nro fs well dressed as' any men In tho world, The Paris fetich has dominated the feminine mind till now, but the end has come. American women aro ndoplltig a new Declaration of Independence. They havo resolved to bo free from tbe tyranny of foreign freak fashions. They are through with sartorial cari11 1 ( Paris? proper, verses thcro la presented to us Joseph's provision for hi:, father LIQUOR TRAFFIC IN AFRICA and his brethren. This Is t. typo of Christ In Ills caro for us. In tha Quantities of Whisky, taldst of dangers (Jno. 10:10, 2S) and Immense Brandy, Gin, Rum and Absinths famine, and misunderstanding He is ! Sent to the Dark Continent ever near. Joseph la now satisfied for he has Is own near unto him. Jesus Amount of liquor paaslng Medelra. Christ Is longing that wo may bo with a port of registry, for the coast of, Af- Him In tht placo which Ho has gone 28,000 cases of to prcparu for us, John 14:2, ., 17, 24, rica, In one week: whisky, 30,000 cases of brandy, 30,000 though Ho has not left us comfortless cases of Old Tom, 36,000 barrels of during these day of separation, John rum, 800,000 demijohns of rum, 24,000 14:23. Joseph fed his brothers on butts of rum, 16,000 barrels of absin- tho best tho land afforded (v, 11), evou ! the, 1)60,000 cases of gin. so wo may havo tho old corn (Josh. ESQ! ., i . f In Sierra Leone during 6:11) and the new wlno (Pro v. 3:9, of a year 2S0 tons of liquors were un- - ' 10). Wo thus see how God is workloaded at a "dry town" to bo trans- -' ing out Ills purpose concerning tho ported to towns of the Interior. Hebrew peoplu. Taken away froai the peril Into which What's In tho Olassf Judah fell (chapter 38), and tbo You have heard of tha anaka In tha threatened famine, also from the hosMy boy. tility 'of tbe other shepherd races Of tha terrlbU snuka In tha sraaa; among whom they dwelt, they aro ilut now you iniiat know, brought into Egypt and are there sepMan' deadliest fo Is the venomous anaka la the (lsa, arated and yet supplied aa God's plan Alaat develops and they become big enough Tha venomous anaka In tha glaaa. John O. and ready to b led back Into their M a5aaBaWaCaaaBBasi5aaS promised possession Canaan. Ood'a Right' or Wrong. catures. plan works for both the Immediate) International Eipoalltoa. Copright. 1111. br rnam-IaclW believe that what Is physically Hereafter wo aro to have Amerlcuu and the ultimate. The true value of Exposition. The building will be 630x299 wrong DUILDINO at the Panama-Pacifib styles of common sense, appropriateHORTICULTURAL one of tho most notable structures International ever built, being composed almost entirely of what Is can neverwrongmorally right, any experience is not within the exof tho kind morally can usrer b perience of the hour. The exile ot ness and beauty. dome, 165 feet high, This is not only a movement of pa- glass; sot In the west end of tha south garden, opposite the Palace of Education. Its glitteringtropical south garden. legally right, what Is legally wrong today la the prinoely poeaeeaor of ran never be politically right. ' triotism, but of ecouomy aud good will be seen as one of tbe striking features by those who enter the exposition from the taste. boy may Isiys who wnntn the an Int. 1Llty of deslro fow grown-u- p folks can fully undarstend. Ho looks iiikiii tho Woman"! (Hf K. O, HrXI.KIlfl. Director of Kvenlns tint .Nntlonnl iiossojalon flrvworks on tho Fourlh - omlurta l iiy Tempernncn I'nlon Chrsttan Uaparlment, Thn Moody lllbkn Inatlluto, of July not ca a privilege but ns a Chicago.) right a right established by tradl- - i tlon. Thoro arj many fathers who j ALCOHOL A CRIME PRODUCER LESSON FOR JUNE 15 lynipntlilzo with tho youngsters' 1c ing; they can remember what fire- When Taken In Large Quantities Ob gestlve Organs Are Deranged and JACOB BEFORE PHARAOH crackers and blank cartridges meant Other Harm la Wrought. to them, and they lmto to tl'iiy their I.KHHON TKXT (Jen, IT.hlt rons a great pleasure. These them that lov (lOl.f)KN TKXT--'T- o "When nleohnl Is taken habltunlly ml3takin fathero have to In Inrge quantities," sn)t Professor Urn) all thloia work tosethfr for Rood." Ilom, U. V. b" educated toi." j llruhaker In his physiology, published JosI. Joaeph and Jacob, vv. Inst year, "It deranges the activities of ed a thing I 'went It blind," as tho say- tho digestive organs. lowers the body eph's meeting with his aged father Is Ing Is. Moreover 1 was sure that temperature, impairs muscle power a beautiful picture. Again Judah Sellna would consider my proposal a lessens the resistance to depressing comes Into prominence aa a sort of Joke perhaps the result of a wager external conditions, dlmlulfthes the ambassador In leading thn old matt and this I knew would enrage her be- lCapnrlty for sustained work, nnd leads Into this new land and to present him yond measure." to the dnvetoptnent of structural before bis son, who now- - Is exalted so Ho was silent so long, gazing mlsor- changes In the connective tissue of highly among tho rulers of tho earth. nbly Into space, that I was obliged to the brain, spinal cord and other or In this ho Is a prophecy of that day speak to him. He looked up pathet- ' gnns." when thn descendants of Jacob shall Ically and whispered: pr iwvitt (J. Wilcox, a lecturer at gather before Him "whom they 'SI10 said yes." pierced " Joseph does not await their itootou t'niverslty School of Med I ventured "And id,,,., quoting the above In a recent coming but "went up to meet them" "I nm a gentleman," he returned, public address, said (46:29) as they passed through tha i n,,. province of Ooaheu, 1, .1.1. t emphatically, "as not to utter the and 11I nodded, er 1 uckiwi, 1 niter " brain produced by alcohol which In ii isn It Is true that Jacob and bis sons The Induce- - i long nause. A' man never gives up having hls( word club to me, sir. terests us from the standpoint of tin came to Egypt at Pharaoh's personal ments that could tempt me to Join any vot at all." ho answered. "She was criminologist. picture taken. In the hope that his We have seen that Invitation (4o:17, 18), yet there wers looks havo Improved. Hut when any kind of association whatever do not mad to Join the Matrons' club, that's sufficient reasons why Joaeph might Uaht pUnn. in th hmin .tmcttirea exist." body asks him for a picture to put In such ns pressure from depressed frag- have been ashamed of, or fearful to Before saying more, he glanced apthe paper he always selects one which Iteforo I could litter a word nf sym- ., or even aim.B0I11, of associate with, these his kinsmen. of shows bis hair when he was ten years prehensively over his shoulder. Then pathy. an untidy head appeared at tho lnpmbriin)ll may pro(IUCB marked ef. His father was .. plain countryman. he explained In a Jow tone younger. door and a coarso voice cried: (ect, temperament nnd Judg- .- I Ills brothers were not an altogether "To clubs are duo all my misfor'Tnl,n Wnnnn.w tin Ih.m tioaa nnnn mem. up0 reputable crowd. And, further, they ji Aiconoi aim omer poweriui tunes; and I endure sufficient, I as- ylt? IRRELEVANCIES. cotlcs are like a depressed frnrture were shepherds and "overy shepherd suro you. When I 1 Ka,e 1 of the skull; the longer they continue Is an abomination unto the Egyptians" And " Pn'nVn'OUB" tho and that seems "l,U.'l'"-..l-hiPntl hcard Hut they are his brethren A "beaut" Is to a "beauty" what a to exert their pressure the more lm- - I (46.34). ,,, . . . o. acnno;. . . .rfl.np,,.tonP: village passed n, an a J uiey u ua uuno Iin Kisslble doe. It become to restore the and he was glad to confess them even "gent" Is to a gentleman.- clubs. How or why the pestllenco minute." as Christ will gladly confess us. Eventubrain to n normal condition broke out, no one knows. Hut sudall) the brain tissue undergoes lrre- It takes ten years to write In Eng denly every one was forming them. Joseph's Great Wisdom. I Wlfe Who Is Past Redemption. arable changes, and the possessor Is lish, twenty to think In English, and Joining them, canvassing for them. We have here another evidence of ,, abnormal man with lsisslble crlml nar ntnt no nope ror mun wire. about one or two generations to feel Tnerp WM Joseph's great wisdom In that he comclub, tho with a downward Inflection remarked nal tendencies, In English mands them to remain In floshen Housewives' club, the Card club, the old tlrother Iloorback. "Do lady la Wer our' government to license while he goes before them uoto PhaOlee club and a score of others. Ev- - done headed straight for de Pit o' Taw- No true sportsman will use a book certain men to go about the streets raoh to prepare the way. Even ao t ery organization had Its badge, nnd no rpgUmptlon for and crack on the head with a club a nml dar of quotations, He wilt at least give some of my neighbors proudly wore not all are to come at once lalo Phancr she's gone! stlpulnled number of men. and were the quotation the chance to escape af- Ave or six. "She's a Campbelllte. sah, whilst l's that blow- gauged sufficiently accurate raoh's presence (47.2.1. Iu Acta :13 forded by a hazy memory. w read that this cavalcade consisted "At that time I was Just young a ghoutln Mcfcrdlst, muhsc'f. Well, of three scorn and fifteen bouls, enough to know all about life, and I ,ig mawnln' at breakfast we got to to produce In each Instance a The most discreet woman In the was certain that It offered no prize fracture of the skull In ench two victim, he or the government would be though this probably did not Inciudn world would like to "put her foot in like personal liberty. Consequently I gputin' 'bout de merits o' dem creeds, and I says: 'Wy. loogy. yuh, doing no more to create criminals, nil- ' slaves and other dependent. It Is Jt" when she sees a Cinderella-likvery significant that Joseph secures was a confirmed bachelor and rather Iidy! 'As a mattuh o' fact dem fetch-pron- e paupers than we are Roshen ror his kinsfolk. ots, slipper about three-- sizes too small It was near to boast of It. I fear. My asso- - taked Campbellltes hln't got no sense, now Invalidsby and licensing certain men t'i to himself (45.10); It was doing for her. separated elates were all young men who pro- - nn,j kn prove It!' She was sell alcohol to a stipulated number of from all unnecessary contact with tho claimed loudly that they scorned the ,io syrup on her buckwheat cakes at men whoe brain tissue will not stand The highest title a business man fcmnle sex Each had been most de time. 'If dey had any sense dcy the assaults of repeated done of al- Egyptians (v 34) mid It was a place " can secure Is "captain of Industry superior to all others for them as cruelly rejected by some says I. cohol. wouldn't be OampbMIItes!' be charmer, The real generalship can only herdsmen (v 6). Joseph anticipates s and when they organized the ,nd lo- - old she answer the found In those who manage to get Pharaoh's question (v 3) osd gave club the receipt of one re- - lager? Huh! she grabbed up dem along without work. "Wh need to be Upon the his brothers Instruction how to an,u fertlnn nt lenat wna made n nuallflcn- iln avntri nn .m nml atnrk. "M'ct of alcoholism and the textbook swer, but they seem to huva gono I was eager to ped 'em In muh face! Yassah'-slu- ng tlon for membership. -Tho scientists predict that In a few Join, but this excluded me. ' somewhat beyond In that they mako ;do whole drlppln blzness right smack . , billion years the world will grow cold. wiiwiiniu request that they might dwell In way to get around In muh countenance! And I Isn't gwlno in. in nullum unir ill.- - ill,.-"isn't there n By putting the event In the future the " (loshen. "' Joseph charged them to the rule" I asked Lon Pendleton, to show her de urror o' her ways no scientists give proof they have never mo', needer. She's de.s hatter go v,,''lnble disease It must and shall b speak of themselves as keepers of suffered marked financial reverses. V m.iatn't H. rtnan ln dot nit wl.lnnt mnl, '.l.l.nri. eradicated. 1 hell It belllNIVe pliysl cattle 'Vn' hn rnnllod II. Jacob and Pharaoh, vv. gin that way Don't try to get around and I hopes 'twill bo a lesson to her, cIu,,! ";:l'"rs. educators. Judges. Jur Ists, It'gislatoiM and parents to carry Pharaoh does not seem to bo overly QUAKER QUIPS too, sah!" it Just qualify.' on a campaign of education which enthusiastic over these five brothers "'Propose to some one? hnI1 enlightening that a normal whom Joseph presented (v. 5). Asldo " 'Certainly ' A man who sells his experience for wnH,P uhn MaH. w.r tv. lit ".'i!"" ?f ,J,kl11 from tho fact that they were Joseph's less than he paid for It Is a failure. '"Suppose I nm acepted?' A very singular Incident happened W?n, 0'"'! Into his system than brothers, there was nothing to com'''You needn't be afraid of that,' ho at the theater last night think of taking typhoid or tuberculo- mend them, No more havo we anys Yes? What was It?" It's all right to appreciate the good replied: then, noticing my look, " h or ",hllu "nnn thing to commend us In tho sight of of life, but don't be one ol ly added.' 'select some one who doesn't "A beautiful girl came In wearing fiod except that we aro Christ's them. a gorgeous gown, llko you, I mean.' WH'EN DRINKER SAW HIMSELF brethren; though that Is an abundSallna "Hut what was singular about that?" "That was easily done. ance. A woman's clothes are generally on Ilriggs and I had been swtSrn enemies "Why. she came In fully fifteen minPharaoh and Jacob. of Report utes before It was lime for the show Verbatim her mind, even when they are on her since we went barefooted to th.o Conversation I Young Man of Flna Family Had trlct school. She was bigger than the to begin." The picture of old Jacob In tho teacher then, nnd I nailed her Jumbo. presence of Pharaoh Is striking Iu With Frlenr Reforms Him. If you would stand well with the She retaliated by calling me Whiffet. & one respect at least, the fact that A young man of tine family, with ladles you must give them yoty seal The years that had added to her bulk he who came to this land for thn HEALTH HINT FOR TODAY. In a crowded car. splendid gifts, heedless of the plead blessing of the sustenance of life, and coarseness had left me under- sized, but a gentleman and (hem!) a lugs of friends, was golng'dow-fast should bless Pharaoh. Jacob conferEating Fruit. through drink The average girl Is terribly dlsap scholar." red upon Pharaoh In bis blessing morn Tbe prevailing notion that fruit pointed If a fellow doesn't go to tin He sent a quick, sensitive glancn A friend of his, sealed near him In than Pharaoh conferred upon Jacob should N umsI rather as n des. dogs after sho has refused him. Into my eyes, and I bowed gravely. a restaurant one evening, overheard a by the opening of nil Egypt to himsort or eaten liettteen meals and "Whenever wo chanced to pass on conversation which he was having self nnd his family. This act upon that It cannot serve, as a subThe Cynical Ilachelor rises to re tho street, she would make some audi- Ho was Just tho part of Jacob Is suggestive of thn with his companion stantial diet Is mi error. Much mark that the proper time for a man ble remark about me. to raise the drunk enough to be talkative about his dignity of ngo, and significant In Its harm Is done by the mixing of friends to marry Is when ho hasn't anything laughter of the congenial private affairs, which, in Ills sober revelation of Jacob's relation to, and fruits with heavier fixxls. espeworry to him. Philadelphia around her. nnd her vulgar laugh else moments, he would nevm- - have re- knowledge of, the purposes of God. mid cially with meat and beans would raise above them all and follow Itecord. vealed Tho friend, being a court Pharaoh Inquires ns to Jacob's ago milk, nnd add fruit with milk mn farthest" stenographer, took a full report of and he replies that hla "pllgrlmago" mid cereals and potntns. (looil "Loathing her as I did, nothing exevery word he salt), nnd tho next day had been I'.'O years. He who bad physical as well as mental work it you censure your friend for every cept my great desire to Join tho Hach-fausent hltn a copy In less than ten entered Into all the rights of the birthlias been done on mi exclusive he commits there will come 8 elors' club could havo made mo minutes in he came, exclaiming, right and the blessings of (lod's covesub-tdiet of bananas ti ml apples. when you will havo no friendi dress her let alone upon such a nant people, exercised thoso rights "What Is this?" censure. Ject Hut In those days when I want- "A stenographic report of your when ho stands before tho great Phamonologue at tho restaurant last even- raoh, Ho had caught tho trulh that an earthly life Is but a pilgrimage. ing," said his friend Conclusion. Not Included In our "Did I really talk llko that?" he ask- PANAMA-PACIFI- C INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, lesson, but In this section, wo havo ed faintly. "I assure you It Is an absolutely set before us Joseph's administration ' of tho affairs of Egypt which glvo us verbatim rejiort." was the reply. .' Turning pale be walked out. He further Insight Into tho greatness of this man. Iu tho tloso of tho lesson never drank another drop. I Paris fashion tuny he nil right for women, lint I'riuice Is not it lift .,r.rili .!,.. teMONAL SUiWSfflOOL Lesson ' I - ,,, g, ., I j you" I ' I .... ... ,.nrii. .lvhi. 1 I - Vmm' a-- 1 false-hearte- sockdol-nachelor- l ;""" '' ' larae-tljlng- dls-bac- ' lt e o 1915 .fU 1 rev Mma. J. n i ism Vwn I a ,lT"&aTg: one-fourt- ire. Ba-x-e, June 12, 191.3 THE CITIZEN. Page Three. How Can They Get to School? nny one sponks of the consolidation of several iichoolii tan In nt onco naked, ns though It settled tho whole WIIKNUVF.lt time to come. There Is 1111 nlmou unlversnl feeling ngnlnst consolidation In ninny ruml 11t rlct. There Is n feeling that the children should get to school n their parents nml griindpnrcnts did. In nevcral sections where consolidated schools hnve been established In thta stnte (nnd there nre mnny such sections nt this writing) the pupils go The Open Window A Medical Intjiector of the J'lilli-dclph- la Public Schools, with tho co- operation of ttnehers nml parent, recently mado nn experiment to d'T'r-inlii- o Uiq valuo of cold fresh air i'l tchool roomn, which wan reortcd In i, tho American Journal of Public Health. Ho opined tho windows tit top nnd bottcni. und kept them open thruout tho winter. Tho room waa phut off from tl.o heating plant of tho building except on tho occasional ilayn when tho temperature le dcgreon; but the lieiow forty-flv- o children of courso wore extra writ pi nnd had frea,u:ir drllla nnd exercised. Week by wool? during Iho fnll nnd spring thin physlclnn nnd weighed end examined the pupil, ivntchrd their ntudy nnd their piny, nml compared their progress an.l lieulth nnd scholarship with Hint 'A pupllH In another room of the wine building. In that other room, th" puplla wsro of the same grade, and und of nbout thi same number, but tho room waa hentcd nml ventilated according to the usual methods. Tim puplla In both rooms were normal healthy children from tho came kind nf homes, no Hint thu teat waa as fair, nccurnto and searching oh possible. found At tho end the Inspector winter 0; JOINO TO t'ONSOMDATIM) SCHOOL IN MAKO.V COUNTY. back iinH forth to (.chuol nn the liiteriirlmn ears. Naturally, this plan la n very irciit MneciHw. In other mtIIhiik where there are no trolley lines wagons nre 8ine of theso wngon nre hnllt to accommodate na inmiv iim twentv children. m Unit the out of triuiHiortntloii kt fhlUI la not great nfter the original Invextment In the wngon la taken out. expensive." Monie one says. Well, thnt depend on wbnt you ineun Hint thi pupil In tho e loom hnd gained In weight on nn moro thnr. Iwlco n much n Uiokc In tho warm nlr room. Tho pupils In tho open room kept wholly free from colds, nnd were much more regular ir attendar.co Cinn the othcra. Th y were nlso more aloit, free, from ilay-- I dreaming, quicker to learn, needed Icrb review woik, and were better behaved. In htnlth, nml, happlnes, in development both of mind nml boily, the cJilldiv.u f tho room with opn windows u'l n, clear mhalittiga over tho others, In thcoo da the gospel of and puro nlr ought to need littlo preaching. Most of us necept It, but wj do not nlwaya prnetleo the doctrine tint wo Mlevo In and preach. Tills Philadelphia experiment trcnt-tnelay not In glvpig tho 0en-Al- r teslck children which everyone approves; it lay In giving to well children nemo. A tho good thlnga th.it Nature Intcndtu them to enjoy, nnd offiin demon to tho cials und areiiU the advantage of teiiipprntuiw. lower frchoal-roeAs a result tho School Hoard recognized their vnlue, has authcrlzl tho estaid'slimcnt of I'hllndclphla In aeveral ClaSHes :chool3. open-windonV"i-ng( j 1 , mm-ahlnnt Open-Windo- w SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- Training that adds to your g power, combined with genoral education. FOR YOUNO MKN Agriculture, Carpentry Prlntlns, Commercial. FOR YOUNG IiADIKS HomeSclence, Drosbmaklng, Cooking, Nur- Ing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School ' General Education tor thosa not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wfl can put you with others Ilka yourself nnd stvo chanco for most rapid progress, 3rd Door going Berea's General Academy Course For thuM who aro cot expecting to teach and who are not through College, but deslro moro general education. This Is Just tho thing for thoeo pro paring for medical studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives tho best general educatlou for those who wlah a. good start In study and expect vo carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect to teach. Courses aro so arranged that young pooplo can tctcll through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thua earning money to keep right on in their course of study. Read Dlnsmore'o great book, "How to Teach a District School. 'r 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course American Woman Is Now Slave to Dress lly IDA M. TAUDELL. This Is tho straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy Ic now Berea's largest department. 6th Door Berea College and provides standard Author nnd Lecturer This Is tho crown of the wholo Institution, courses In all advanced subjects. HAT IT ALL AMOUNTS TO IS THAT THE INSTINCT FOR ORNAMENT HAS GOTTEN THE UPPER HAND OF THE GREAT BODY OF AMERICAN WOMEN. WE HAVE FAILED SO FAR TO DEVELOP STANDARDS OF TASTE, FITNESS AND QUALITY, STRONG, SURE AND GOOD ENOUGH EFFECTUALLY tT0 IMPOSE THEMSELVES. I Questions Answered1 BEREA, FRIEND OF AVORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with iU affiliated schorls. Is not a money-makin- g Institution. It requires certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of Its student, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save In ovory way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents In Berea live in College buildings, anc many assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming; to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary with diffwent people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate la the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weatherr warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoe are necessary; THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. Tin College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students lire, charging only onoush room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without cofftje or extras, $1.35 a week, in the fall, and $l.oO 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," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and !s returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help oa expenses for care of school buildings, liodoltal, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction Is a. free gift) The Incidental Fetor most students Is $5.00 a term; In Academy and Normal $C.OO ana $7.00 In Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST HE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments ure as follows: FA I.I. TERM , HUH There is NO NATIONAL TASTE IN DRESS. There is only admirable skill in adapting fashions imulo in other countries. Thcro is no national sonso of restraint nnd proportion. Thcro is NO NATIONAL SENSE OF EQUALITY. Even tho rich today in this country wenr imitation luces. TltANSPOItTATlOV TQ OltKBNDAI.i: SCHOOL. KAYUTTI2 CO. The effect of this is a bewildering restlessness in costume. The ty HHMile It iiuij iie.t ii little more money to get the children to and from kchool. but there will Iki fewer coMh and roughs ! contend with. There will pencil basket hat, hobble skirt, slippers in the street, is a case in point )m fewer children behind In their tttudlea hccntlrc they could not get to school sido this is bad, defeating its own purpose, CORRUPT--INon account of the weather It In at leiiat worth looking Into. tKpcclnlly as aome From every iiclghlKirhoodx In the xtitte nre using traunporhttlcm with great succesi) nnd NATIONAL TASTE AND WASTING NATIONAL to the general pulillc. SUBSTANCE. Tho very henrt of tho question of clothes of tho American woman The moment one enfers the beauti- is IMITATION. We nro not engaged in an effort to work out inCOUNTRY CHILD'S ful brick building with Ita soft green sur- dividuality in dress. roof that harmonizes with the roundings It is evident that It is an This habit of buying poor imitations does not end in a girl's life up to dnte with a modem school DAY NOW IS HERE equipment, sebixil a sanitary drinking with her clothes. When she marries she CARRIES IT INTO for fountain is the tlrst thing that catches HER HOME. Cheap decoration, not rcnl furnishing, is tho keynote the rjc The building has two beauHas nil this no relation to tho national prosperity lighted and of nil she touches. tiful schoolrooms Parents and Teachers Prepare ciulppcd with modern single desks. to tho cost of living? This production of shoddy cloth, cotton Two ample cloakrooms nre Immediatewhat is it but WASTE? WASTE OF LAly In front of the classrooms mid open lnces. cheap furniture For Newer Life, Into the main hall, while at one end BOR AND MATKRIAL. I O ERECT MODERN SCHOOLS. Up ta Oat Building and Equipment Mean Added Interest to Doth Teach-er- e and Scholar In Educational Matter? A Model School Near Louie-vMI- e With Domeetic Science Room. eoplo are thinking definitely nlmtit the future they realize that thu child N the greiitct problem Kith which the ntnte him to deal because It Is the Htnte'n greatest naet. 'J'lil.i Is especlnlly true In the rural ills trlcls, and Isith tenchcrx mid parents getting ready for the newer life promises to develop within the next twenty live jears or sooner. Four miles nut of I.oiils 1IU on one of the main turnplkcH, where for years of the building then' Is ti cozy rest knk mom for teachers and pupils, with a light, pleasant little library. Both of TIME AND MONEY AND STRENGTH MIGHT HAVE BEEN TURNED the classrooms are arranged so that TO PRODUCING THINGS OF PERMANENT VALUE. they may be turned Into one huge noun, while the teachers' platforms a ftnge with can be Joined and the library ami rest room as dressing This simple rooms for the same. incidental Fee Room Board 7 weeks VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION HCIIOOLS $ 5.00 ACADEMY AND NORMAL $ 6.00 COLLEGE $ 7.00 Whcretcr 5.60 9.15 $20.03 9.45 $29.50 ' 7.00 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 7.00 0.4". $23.4!V Amount duo Sept. 10, 1913 .. .. Board 7 woeks.due Oct. 29. 1913 Total for term If paid In advance 9.45 $32.90 Onro $20.00 W1NTKR TERM $ 6.00 S3I.40 $ COO $32.40 $ 7.34 Incidental Fee Room " Board 6 wccko 31, 1913 6.00 9.00 20.80 9.00 29.00 7.20 9.00 22.20 9.00 31.20 7J20 9.00 23.20 n? ; -J IHUUCTIC KClKNCi: IIOOM. Amount du Dec. Board 6 weeks due Feb. U '11 Ml 32.20 thu tho Boiiooi., niHriiicr COUNTt si. jkffkiihok d coplu had been thoroughly mitls-llcHir ndinolhon.su und a wllli n poorer playground, a new building has gone up. This building wim mado by the district levying u special fifteen cent tax for two years nnd securing thu help of the county board Wheu the public began of education. to understand what was taking placo It rallied to tho suport of tho now school. This was mado very plain wheu tho Southern llrlek nml Tile company, which had n large plant In thu neighborhood, added an extra acre of ground to the acre already secured by the trustee for tho district. e device makes It possible to use the school for entertainments and ns n perfect social center for the community. Iown In the big. nlry basement Is thu modern heating plant, n giibollnu engine and tank that supplies thu waIn this same ter for thu building. basement there are two big rooms, ouu of which Is equipped with twelve work for thu manual training class. Thu other room of the basement Is equipped to handle u class of eight girls In domestic science. It might seem In looking over this school, with Its perfect equipment and Its splendid grounds. Its huge cistern perfect and Its deep well, to furnl-d- i drinking water for the children, as If thu cost would have Ihvii excessive. Vet the whole equipment, Including gasoline engine, domestic science out-lit- , mauiial training benches and toots, cost only $r,"ro. There is one final point that should Isj touched ami touched upon dellultu-ly- . und that U the ell'ect of this build lug und equipment upon the two teach-jrs- . Last season when they realized that this dream was to come (rue they both went to a summer school, one Inking a summer course In domestic science, thu other In manual training. lHBeaBBBal t, Total for term If paid In advance S28.50 '$30.70 S3l.70 at; house also fitted for gas lights. nf I'ond material nnd is Well Imill. It n floor hem of t irdwood handsomely 'has double lloors. the f. to li.wl ill ll r. tt'rti ,1 ttiu , . . n , il . if ..A.... He JV... liniSIICU. n't. IIISI IIUUI HIUIII-- IIH." U'liail"! imiumiimi IIC 9CI.UIIU building is also storm sheeted and is plastered in haul pine. The thruout with p.ittnt wood fiber plaster. There are three beautiful tiled grates with oak nmnt Is with large french plate mirrors. The water supply is fiotn a deep boied wrll on the back porch. This is a most beautiful home. We are going to sell it if we can. Aiw one wantinii a unod home in Hete.i with an oppoitunity to send will find it In his advantage to write to Uickmll his children to We will b. delighted to give prices on this pro- A Hanis nt once. petty 01 nny which we have. And we like to have calls also for we can show better than we can describe the property. Tlinre have b. en suue good bargains in the way of vacant lots anil residence properties sold on Jackson Sucet recently. We have still some splendid off rs to make -- properties running in prices from We 500.00 up to $4000 oo riht in Herea and jmt out of Uerea. should be pleased to have any one take up the matter with us. Yours very truly, furnacu 1 1 fronted by a couctete Hcra. Kentucky., the lot beui 00x200 I. walk; a concrete lusencnt u tiler tlu- whoie 1ioum. arranged for - This bcuitiful ptop rty lies on the south side of Chestnut Street, Ik 11,.. 111 I L,ni ic' rmiktrnrtt'il ,'', top ww,.,-,...-.--- . - 1 w -- I , . 1 This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Winter Total Spring Fall $10.00 $12.00 $J6.M Stenography and Typewriting .. ..$14.00 12.00 10.00 30.H Bookkeeping (regular course) .. .. 14.00 18.0 5.00 8.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) Business course studies for students In other departments: Stonography 10.50 7.00 9.00 6.00 7.60 5.00 27.0 18.00 In no case S.U 1X0 1.80 2.10 special Business Fees exceed $16.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea If there Is tho will to do so. It 1 a great advantage to continue during wintor and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time In the publto schools going over and over the samo things, when they might be Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies wltfc some of the best young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be wli". able-bodi- ed Typewriting, with one hour's use of instrument Com. Law, Com. Oeog., Com. Arith., or Penmanship, each .. B1CKNELL & HARRIS Berea, Kentucky signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or bor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Fall Term opens, Wednesday, Sopt. 10th. For Information or friendly advice wrlt to the Secretary, neigh- D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Page Four. Mr. 4 THE CITIZEN. L. K. FJancry loft Saturday tot n short visit whli her daughter, Mrs. M. (Jahbard, nt Hamilton, O. Slio will d also visit hor con, John, nt the Placo liefotc returning. Mrs, Kb Spink, of Jacksonville, III., icnt Commencement nnd n few day following visiting with her son, J. I.. Spink, nml family. Miss Christine llniison of Hamilton, 0 Is visiting relatives far 'tewjlnys In Ueren. Mr. nnd Mrs Dick cntet tallied ii largo number of people, Saturday evn- Ing, In honor ot Miss Did; nnd Ml lllne, of Harrison, 0., who have been VlsitillR them for the past Week. Hev. Kcltch nnd family left lait f0r Dears' Knob, where th. y uro to spend tho summer, Mrs. Nettle Mann ot Cleveland it making an extended visit 'with parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. tlurdette. Tho Misses Maude I'arker nnd HmokJ shire of Lexington, Ky., were visit- ors In Berea last week. Kim-woo- .June n, Kckler, 19 3 o LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA c A after Msltlm: nt Cjnthmiin, K) , since laot Wednesday, returned, Monday nnd entered Mimmer Schtiol. Miss Vivian t.lth hon.o folk Miss Helen Olson who for tho o 3 AND VICINtTY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES S o O00000OOOOOO' 2 oooaoooaosoaoooitoaoa Mian Ma LewU who ha ten days tins been In tho College Hospital suffering from an attack if appendicitis, lefl. Monday night, for l.er home nt KIlTabethtovn, T nn. HARTS NEWS ait Hart, Juno 3 Win. I'owoll wh. has been bo old; tor two weeks Is tin- day. proving slowly. Who Is tho next lucky liinn? Tin; CITV I'HONK IBS Mm. Tom McQueen Is better. beam Drown cultivator llvot for Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. 11! f.H n UV.I.I. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. I.nke are rejolr- Ing oer the nrrlval ot a baby girl , Mr- - l!.l.w.v .J.tl.n, .. nn that arrived at their home, Lewla, left for her homo nt More- DAN H. BRECK nrdny night. ,Ml y. after spending ,aml' Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock Iwiveral days Our prayer meeting which Is with her lug curried nlonc by Mr. Johnston Is INSURANCE family. progressing nicely. FOR SALU: An extra good milk Will sign your bond. Mrs. J. H. llaiumond of Dlsputania Ky. ' cow. v. a. Ogg, Phono 1 a rings. Richmond, Phone 505 visited home folks during Commence- (ad) nient. ' Mr- - ,l' l,oe an(l 1,0,1 '"a ben I" North Bound. Local Bradley Ultcd his brothe.-- , .. .. 11............ .lit.. this week 7:00 a. m. 10:65 p. in. Knoxvllle who Is very sick, Sunday. 3:52 a. m. the Commencement exercises of Lin1:07 p. in BEREA Wade Coyle returned to the Itall-ioaCOLLEGE ITEMS 7:4D a.m. coln Institute of Kentucky. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati where ho has bean to work. The Misses Blanche Wilson, Nettle South Bound, Local I Miss Lillian Tutlilll of the class of Joe VanWlnkle's family hns m nsl s. 8:15 p. m. .Scrhner nnd Pearl Hill visited with '10 who has been In Berea 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati Miss Jennie Smith of Valley for Com12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. friends near Paint Lick from Thur:-.n- y mencement, left, Thursday BEREA View g visiting her grnndlnther, Tom for Olvr-jLuntil Sunday. 7:00 p. ui. 6:60 a. ra. Knoxvllle wla're she will attend the Coin- - Dougherty, FOR SALE: House and three imExpress Train. MI33 Dotty Jones nnd Mr. Quber mencement excrcUs there before go No. 32 will stop at Borea to takd proved lots. Hydrant and flno ing to ner nonio in niveriiend, N. Y i.ogscitm were married, ThurMlny. We on passengers for Dayton, O., Rlcb- - in yard. Q. W. Hook, Elm St. Berea, them much happiness. I'res. Frost left, Tuesday noon, for moud, Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Colum- - Ky. Slmpsomllle, Ky., to attend the Coin- .Mrs. Margaret OgR who has done mencement bus, O., and points beyond. HICKORY PLAINS ITEMS exercises of Lincoln Instl South Bound. Kucii faithful nnd efficient work In Into of Kentucky. Wednesday. 8:00 a. m Welch's Dry Cincinnati Department for . HIckcry I'lalns, June 2. Then! will Mr. Conwell. of Casper, Wo visJl:65 a. m. HEREA nuiuber of years has accepted a osl- - ited Berea week. He bo preaching at tho Children's day stop to take on pat- - Hon as matron of Withersion No. 33 will returned home, morning, ac. exercises and all day basket picnic ieugers for Atlanta and point hi- - ege nt Buckhorn, Ky., and will take comianlcd by hl-- i two daughters, the at Hickory I'lcln, Sunday, June 16th. ond. j Everybody ,ui her work there next mcnth. .Miss idlKses Hazel ana Olive. Invited. North Bound Hoy Blazer takes her place at WelchV, Mrs. McGregor. of Kalamazoo. Midi, J,r- - Henry Burdcttf nnd family of 4:45 p. m. BEHEA Tho Mjsst'a Sarah nnd Dora Ely lift '.slted with her on, Bert, who grad'i- - Iexingto:i tiro htre visiting relatives ' 8:50 p. m. Cincinnati the first of tho week for a ten days a ted from the Academy liepL ilurlng during Commencement week, 'visit with rclcthes In Virginia. Mrs. Carrie Ortiellfon and Mls Ida commencement. ' When you want a real wagon It's E. E. Adams' foii and niece, from .Mr. Sowell Ccmbs, graduate of the Maul)ln visited Mrs. Dlllard Anderson .,, ...1... visit-iwith Mrs. SallU a "Studcbaker." "Old HIckorv" or A,in,.. rv.,.. at WhltoJ Station. Krldav, Richmond ,"Ueber" at Welch's. Mrs- - Sarah Wilson was married to Adams and daufchters last week. Leen vlDltlne In Berea for several davs1 Everett Adan.s spent Sunday and Mr. and Mrs M. E. Vaughn are visit left for his homo at Hazard. Mon- - Mr- - E,mer Oaborno of Harlan County Monday with hono folks nt Richmond.! ng with Mr. Vaughn's parents noir day. Mr. Combs has been principal last wwk. l'earl Berea for a few weeks. Mrs. Sallle Hanson's niece, of the graded cchoola nt,CaSer, Wyo.. LOST Bastln, from Lexington is visiting, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Baker and dill- - tor the past twe years. He plans to .'.Ith her this v.eek. same ! . On Monday night or Tuesday morn-- I dren visited Mr. and Mrs. Eli Baker iieturn In a few weeks-fo- r the work another year. ing a gold cuff link with Initials "M. Houghton. Parry, Phoenix, SschWr tho first of the week. ,and Banner buggies now on the floor Miss Forrest l. Harp Is visiting (ad.) at Welch's. relatives In McKee this week. John Welch, Mis. Welch, the Miss s Mr. and Mrs. Jchn Farmer of McKc Mary Fee and Hilda Welch, Dr. Bot-ki- visited Mr. Farmer's brother, W. wife and cister, Sallie, sien.t the Farmer, during Commencement. cay at High Bridge, Tuesday. Dr. A. F. Coinellus. after snoiiillii'' Jack Woods who has been attondlii u few dayc In Ikrca, accompanied ny .ichool at Lexln.-.tostopied over In his sister, Mlos Oraco Lee, returned Ileroa on his wc home last week. to Craftsvlllc, Wtdnesday cf last Hooelcr wheat drills now at week. Mies Ccrncllus will extend her (ad.) Welch's. visit at Craftcville until the last of Mr. T. J. Cojle, wife and daughter thi week. ,... ... .... . .. 11(110 and Mrs. Benge from Oklahoma hpent Ol .illiu IS Monday with relatives at Paint Lick. spending soveral days with .Miss Ella John B. Rlchaldsou has returned to Vdams. his homo in Hamilton, O., after a two Mis. II. C. Woolf who recently un weeks visit with relatives In Barm. uerwent an at tha Collegs McCormlck mowers, rakes and qui- - noslltai fcr a;iiondlcltla Is almost (ad) j wen again. tlvators at Welch's. V. B. Robert, while slicing m'at ( JIr Urac Havs j s,)entl, lH with his meat cutter accidentally cut WCek on business In Rockcastle Co. r tigers entlr.ly olt nd two ot h'8 jir. and Mrs Hlso Davis of l.iv- a Uilrd nearly off. We are very sorry lngston, Ky., were visitors to IWea that sudi a mlslortune should come commencement day. to Mr. Roberts. Mr s. T Muchell. traveling sules- tun Kti.M: iwo nouses, u ana man for Swift and Co., is In Berea rooms for ff.SO and $8.G0 per mouth for a few daya. Sec S. B. Combs. Mr. Arthur Hall left, Monday cf Jack Laswell und wife from Bru','; j tills week, fcr hU homo at Stone, Ky. Creek visited with relatives' In M,r. Douglas Roberts, who has for rea last week. 60mo time been In tho cinnlov of Mrs. Maggie Ogg und daughter. and Co at clllcaK0( ,8 vlsIt. uucy. were Richmond visitors. Sat- - lng for a few wt.eks wth hs 1)arcius u,da'' Dr. and Mrs. B. H. Roberts. Wallace Adams and wife from Wil- - j Mr Glburt Kf.vll0(l8 of McVhort?r. die visited with his mother, Mm. County, v'lslted the Comnience- aaiuo Aaann, ia.1 weoK. ment exorcises nnd left Berea laat i and C. J" engraved on It. Any one findTho Messrs Carter Robinson LOST: Monday, a pair of eye gla's s Krlda). for QwaUy County Jn thc j Waldo Davison were in Richmond on ing It pleaco notify Mrs. J. 11. Jack.vlth gold chain Reward. M. L. SpinV. Writ of his .n v n nv,i,,i,u .r son on Boono St. Mr. Joel Park from Richmond was a stato neprosentutlvo of Clay. Jackson ? hulwM tr,1 1,"t1FrlrW?y'n- fit- Mr. Dean Berea visitor lau week. 0vsBley coululos. beauty plus Two diamond-shape- d .,, ,, lien office for the past two years. Miss Salllu Botkln of lndon is; Mp , n i,.,. on tho midnight train, Monday, l.i a small lilui-- box on Center S. Usltlng with Dr. and Mrs. Botkln this confined to his led with a sjven-colleft tor his home at Bakersvllle, N. C. near southeast corner of Main und weeI' l able to resuniH his work. duy. Ccmmenoement Clayton crump of Lexington .irs. Henry Lawsnn formerly of this Mr. Single will return to Berea In Center Sts., lent from Monday until Satuiday 01 place who now lives at Mansfield, lib, Sept. and graduate from the Colle-ulat- o Findor please return to Prof. C D. Lowls, Berea, Ky., and receive re- Dent, next year. last week with relatives In Berea. was in town, Saturday. He returned Mr. Philip Davidson left. Sunda, ward. Mrs. James Dougherty of Voile home, Sunday, accompanied by his View, Ky., visited during Commenc!-we- mother, Mrs. for Bethlehem, N. 1L, where ho will Mr.ColIum. HORSE STOLEN spend the summer. week with relatives In town. Mrs. Henry Gardner of Salyersvlllo Miss Laura Spenco returned to Iut has been visiting with Mrs. Miss Freda Roescho who Is uow atTurlton Conservatory of Music. homo laat Thursday after spending Combs, A aorrel mare, six years old, white Mrs. Simon Muncy and othxr tending the Cincinnati, returned. Friday accomp- fcpot In forehead about the size ot iv several days, In Berea. friends' during Commencement. by Miss Neva Chiisman, who dollar, 15 Miss Nettle Oldham Is making an hands high, au extra Mr. D. W. Jackson und daughter, anied extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. Geneva, visited Is to take a sis weeks study In the iaddlo mare of light, quick step has with the formers patBert Coddington. .cvoral scars on left hind leg, cut ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H Jackson, last Conservatory. MIfiH Bertha. Klnir Rnont frnm Tluirn. wro, hao a few whlto halru on left Mrs. Dr. Showers who Is a physl-,lweek. College ut Mcrl- - jaw. Taken Monduy night, June 2, day until Sunday In Plncvllle. with Mrs, J. II. Jackson and son, Cecil, clan to tho Woinens Is visiting Dr, and Mrs. from my homo In Owsley County. relatives. uro vlsitlug wl'.U Mr and Mrs. D. SV. dlau. Miss., Roberto with whom slio lived as a Was seen Commencement day ut B'- Back nt Speedwell this week. rea. Liberal reward offered for the student In years iiast. uuiro In Addition to the 50 rewurd offered by tho Stato for the thief. W. St. Clair Hogg, Trilby Ky. R DR. BEST, DENTIST leeii nt lh at Rattle Creek for th year returned home last Tues- , ay ' hr 17-- ""n"i"; au-ntiin- d n, j l '!, j ' I that Hartford's 100.000 papulation N spends 18.000 to $10,000 n dny for Its ' recreation. Including theaters, games Jackson nnd M- lsaloons, lectures and churMics, that I , ', MIllKrry , of "'" ." the cost per recreation hour was cents In Hartford, though In some married ut tho home of Rev. Keltc.i. .Juno 4th. cities It was as low as one cent. If Hartford people should spend only ' Tho wedding was quite n mirprU" of their recreation time In to their many friends, municipal recrentlon centers, or 100, 000 hours at two cents an hour, tho PAPPWPI I SflPIAI SEXTON-JACKSO- Prunlna Youno Street Trees. Voung street trees arc very generally Insufficiently pruned nnd very few are pruned nt time of planting, though many merit such treatmenL Al one year of ago nearly nil young trees nrn too top heavy nnd should lie heavily pruned. In deciduous trees a sapling rendy for planting should look like a hoe hnndle Just a mere club and at one year be cut back to branches, but little If any more thnn a foot long. If every tree had fire cents' worth of pruning during each of the first two PARKS years after planting. It would prove IN PUBLIC PROFIT far better than SO cents' worth the Superintendent Parker Proposes to fifth year. "As the twig Is bent to thc tree Is Inclined" Is as applicable to Make Entire System of Hartford, street trees as to nny other. Allow Conn., Self Supporting. but short annual gains In length of Oeorge A. Parker, superintendent of branches when young nnd tlmy will parks of Hartford, Conn., proposes to sustain any weight of top when nged. make an entire city park system self supporting without In any way curAll Had Stopped. tailing the freedom ot Its use by alt The following conversation was citizens, but on the other hand In- overheard In a certain market recentcreasing Its usefulness. Ills experi- ly: ence started when he conducted a reIn response to a question as to the fectory In one of Uie parks, bdlevltig time of day one old lady rather rudethat by Increasing the quality and ly advised her companion to "look at quantity of the supplies, adding to tho thc clock." wages of waitress and employing a "I hnve done o." was the reply, manager there would be no protlt Ho "an' It's stopped " was surprised to find a profit of more "Stopped'" ejaculated the other, than 11,200 the first year Lighting glancing up In her turn. "Aye. so It heating an old sheep fold near a Is. What's come to the clocks? I've and skating pond and supplying hot drinks one at home, an It's stopped, too. and sandwiches nt from one to sevon There must be an epidemic among cents, hn produced returns paying for clocks Just now." nil tho service rendered and In part 'Epidemic, Indeed," came tho for keeping the Ico freo from snow "You ought to come to ray A suggestion on n visit to a Knnsas house an' then you might talk about City park led Mr Parker to plnn a epidemics." building nearly 400 feet In length for "What? Is your clock stopped as bowling al-- , dances, moving pictures, well?" ley, refectory and auditorium, nt a cost of IIO.OOO. He assumed that the; "Rather.' was the grim reply. "I've average time spent In recreation by a a watch, three sons, two clocks an' a old man all stopped." citizen Is five hours, anil determined " to "' one-rlft- h j ' Income coufd be 12.000 n day. 1 Itefec 1 rAnCTICLL j n, GO TO i t j "The Stores That Made Berea Famous" tory supplies cost 65 per cent, of the Tho class of '13 could not say good- . ( n r r a. P Mini r. In.nmu , "cent., or $100 a 'ea '"'out " """" c, the prom Is 20 per 'cnic, so, enrlv riiursdny moinlni: day, which Is more than the estimated cost of maintenance of tho entire park they asw'inbled nt Indies Hall and mak - s!lpi"d nway to the crevk whcntliey system, outside of these nion-Ing features. cooked their breakfast, inad pictures laxt confidential ?nd enjoyed th-- lr u ot,,,r' " ,,ttr;1 NEW OFFICE IS ESTABLISHED tllilU wlh t for the class t fay good-by11,0 fluuUhlp funned dur- South Carolina Town Advertliea for clll0r uul Ing the pact years will continue In Clty Manager to Oversea to the future and "Tho Ixiiid of low, All Public Work. wilt hold fact when a way. whi'ii As far its our knowledge goes the cay." I y , i e city of Sumter. S. claiming that It has Introduced "a new and coming profession." states y Scientific American. Through the scc-rrtur- C. Is Justified In I ( j s,rt of commerce that cntorprlstng community of 10.000 people has announced that appllc.r Hons will be received for the onir of city manager of Sumter. From the brief summary of tho requirements for this office we gather that the applicant should be competent to over see public work, such as paving, light' Ing. water supply nnd so forth, that an engineer would be preferred, that he must state what hns been his previous experience In municipal work and thnt ho will have complete administrative control of the city, subject to tho approval of a board of three elected commissioners. The announcement concludes l.r designating this as "a splendid chance for the right man to make a record In a new nnd coining profession; since this Is the first time that a permanent charter position of this sort has been t created In tho Hutted States." of Its i chambr IsVpltSBH aV iiiB...SBBa'?-wBBBBB- When it comet to Meats i nd Grocerlei of all klndt. Palace Meat Market and Grocery U. B. ROBERTS, Proprietor. Coyle Building. Main St. Phone 37 Ij SUl. d FREE TROUSERS OR VEST nt For a short time only we are offering with every Suit or every Coat and Trousers a FREE Fancy Vest or a FREE Pair of Trousers made to your measure by -2 y The Globe Tailoring Co. Cincinnati Every garment is backed by the rigid guarantee of the makers. Take advantage of this NOW. I The Racket Store see CLARKSTON Deering Mowing Machines and Rakes MAIN STREET, near fcmk TELIPHONK NO. 40 CALLS FOR SALE CHESTNUT SHINBLES r I have cc vend hundred thousand chestnut shingles and can ship on fchort notice Write or call or phono for prices. H. H. Wood. Wlldle, Ky. DINNER PARTY 500 Patterns to Select from Prices $20 to $40 Let Us Take Your Measure To-da- y W. O. MOORE, at the Nicely Stand For all kinds of FEED and BREAD STUFFS, Potts' Flour and Meal in any quantity, Corn, Oats, Hay, Straw, Ship Stuff and Chicken Feed. We are able to furnish feed in car load lots. The class of '13 were delightfully entertained at dinner at Ladles Hall Commencement day by Miss Welsh and Prof. Cromer who havo been honorary members of the cluaa during tho year and have added to the enjoyment of tho class parties, and helped to foster the class spirit, HAYES BEREA, C& GOTT KENTUCKY '"9fc Quality Store" t June i J, njij. THE UNIVERSAL MENACE. The housefly eauiet 100,000 dcathi a year and doea a property damage of $12,000,000. Tha fly travalt only 1,500 feet and BEREA COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSO- THE CITIZEN, CIATION Conimuril fram I'itet Page 1'ive ' r(te '"' H State To Establish Nurseries THE M. Itacor, '01, mndo it happy nnil ditaorget. One pair of files beginning delights In a liquid diet. When he finde something that he likes better than hie latest meal he In May will breed 143,675 bushele by September. The time will come when it will be considered more disgraceful to have flies in our homee than It ia now to have bedbugs. If flies were ae large as cows we would not have one (n the land. Unfortunately our Indifference to their disease breeding activities is as large ae the peste themselves are small. The extermination of the fly will follow the obeerving of the old rule that CLEANLINESS 13 NEXT TO GODLINESS. cotuful toastinaHcr. Dr. Barton's to tho Incoming clashes fairly clntlated with ll humor, noteworthy toasts wero delivered by Hov. II. II. orson ittul Senator Webb, wlillo llio mort) recent mcnilHTH of Urn nsnocla-llo- n contributed rcsiionses nnd mimic tu tho delightful occasion. Mr. Edwin Feo iihls"llemlnlccncos"catrlcd lis $ tack CO years, i tho time when Kev. . John (J. Feo came to tho Hcnu rldgi-- f Ilia mimic l Hi" iaii"thu early workers In tho lnhtltutlon wero most Interesting and touching. daguerrcotyK.s of his family anil one mother, and original copies o Oi 111 tomo valuable deeds connected with tho nurchawi of land for thu colh'Bii li' thosu early days. The. business meet. lug, which followed, closed this lll - i"i' Ho iiIho displayed some lieautlful old tf work. It will cost about $750 each Two nurseries for Iho growth trod seedlings anil transplants to establish tho nurseries and tho forest stock from them will bo furnished to ., --., r ...n. .... tUIb-- l ....i. No. 4JJ IIIVUli-- , III MIV Will IJ; tho iieonlo of tho stato at cost In . . . near I'Tnnniori, ivy., ami iuu uumi order to encourngo tho reforesting of Heport or tlio conilUion of THE IJKIJEA NATIONAL HANK.nt acres of land belongon twcnty-flv- o areas and wosto lands, Tlieso Horen In tlio Statu of Kentucky, nt tlio close of MiusiueRH, Juno 1, 15)13. Louisville. nurscrha aro projects which will ho KESOUKCES ing to tho Htato Fair nt great lienoflt to tho people of Loans anil Discounts Tho State Hoard cf Forestry $110,081.13 quartorly meeting on April 21st, nmdo tho Stato and within a very short Overdrafts, secured nnd tin seen red 1,010.41 tlmo will ho to undertake this nrrangcmi nts 25,000.00 U. S. Bonds to securo Circulation 7,2K).00 HankliiK IIouso, Furniture, und Fixtures Delights ADAMS-MUNT- Z 3,000.00 Other Ueal Estnto owned Due from npproved Ileserve Agenls 35,032 83 Tlio menu prtcntcd kept tho dinMr. Harlan M&ntz and Miss I.cla Checks nnd other Cash Items .' 000 81 ers Interested for an hour or mom In : 2,105.00 satisfactory manner. Succeeding Adams wero married, Juno f.tli, ut Notes of other National Hanks a 170,23 Fractional Paper Currency, Nickles and Cents this emtio tho speakers as follows, In Itlchmnnd, Ky. Mr. Muntz Is from llerry, Ky nnd Lawful Money Heseuve is Uak viz: roHponsn to tho buiiiiiiouh of Claude was a Sophomore of the College IMpi. 1,005.05 Specie Anderson, tho toaBtmaUcr: cut-ov- er Berea National Bank. ntjlsjof Autumnal Reveries Tlio Distant Wnlerfnll, Atiurnnthin, Orchestra. D.-lt-n last year. Legal-tendo- r tiotes 2.421.00 7,320.05 FACTS ABOUT PLIES. I'llci do not liliiu but hnrin. Files are wholesale murderers. I'IIcm hrlne summer complaint. Files rniio epidemics of (IIm'iihc In UiIn town. Flle do not Files Unci uuthltig Khi llltlir In cat. Flies spread tin" hookworm ilNeaie rile make mllU Impure. ) File kill KMl.taxi hiiiIp lu Dili raim try every year File rurry death alxuit on thrlrlislry leg niiil wIiich File cM I he Unltetl State J.'iOO,. ("KM""' nliiiiiully File ii rt repftulhle fur the majority f de;lth mining children meeting of tho Alllllllll Ano- I'lnthm. Thu following persons were Ill at- tendance! Mr. llalph Itinera, '7!. Mr. Edward I'. White, Dr. W. K. Hsu ton, S!. 'ST. V. Mrs. Dr. Jas. Bond 'i.2. Mr. (ico. W. Auten, "J7. Denn Mathcny '38. Dr. Frnnk Kwers, '01. , Wl. Mr. Ja-i- . M. Prof. Kills Sc&le, '01. Mr. Coo. It. Huberts. '01. '. Miss Adams was a student of the Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 1,250.00 of circulation).. Academy Dept. two years ago. She 200,701.51 Is formerly of Kentucky hut has been Total living at La Poor, Tex., for some Our Coolus IXives, 1j tho Phi LIABILITIES Ulrls, J, Orlando Dow man. tlmo. ltospouso to Phi $ 25,000.00 SwonU of their student frieiuU Capital stock pnid lu 20,000.00 Deltu Hoys, Miss HIanche ,'lcol.i. v,Cro present at tho marriage. Their Surplus fund 2,005.80 Tho Chattering Snulwl, llcwlldnrd, many friends wish them much success Undivided (Profits, less Expenses nnd Tnxcs paid Ir.nd happiness. National Bank Notes outstanding 25.000.00 Waldo II. Divlson. Individual deposits subject to check 127,005,71 KatyMlId Cliorua, We Meet Again, j J I- -. Ibv-or- Mr. Frank Llungood, 'O.'.. HEALTH HINT FOR TODAY. Fighting Pneumonia. Vutl iluu't Krt l l liioti In III tlio It KoN J oil III the nH'i ulr cliiont room. I'ntili nlrnml good viMitlliitluti tire tin melius of warding off piiiMiuionln. nit-t- let THE CITIZEN REPRINTS of Tho CltUen tht-which Isto some of the valuable articles ui they apiH-a- r from week to wck.Vcry often we havo cilia for back numbers containing particular thltiKS which aro prized and tallied. It Is our uxpoctn-tlo- n tliat each number will contain at loavt one artlrlo which Is worth tho prlco of a year's subucrlpllon. Tltu following leaflets and booklets aro kept In stock and will Ixs mailed to any address 1'or the following prices plus t rent for pontage: Intensive, Farming by I'mf. F. O. Wlso Hiibscrlbera kiop Scrap tiook3 In Mrs. P. Cornelius. '0.r.. Mrs. W. O. II' H, '03. MIh.1 Kthcl Todd, '03, Miss K. K. Corwln, '... Prof. F. O. Clark, 'OS. Mls3 Ijiurn Cravens., "Oy. Mr. Alfred Mcftc, TO. Miss Ulllan T.ithlll, Mo. Miss May Harison, '10. Miss Lillian Ambrose, '10. Mr". Vergil Stiinrod, '10., Mr. D. O. Iiowtiun, '10. Mr. K.v. Tliomson. '10. Mks Font SInkey, ll. Mr. (1. W. Clark. '11. Mr. V. H. l.tnueloy.'ll Mr. A, I). Todd, 'l'i. Mr. Horace Caldwell. '12. Mr. W. A. Adinas, '12. Mr. Jack Wanltigion, '12. PHI DELTA SOCIETY BANQUET TO Oat , Address, William ri, Kartell, D.D. Ilalmy Our Strong Hand, Phi Delta Hoyt (standing) To this list of stcakers wa iidd-'who Senator Webb of TcntH's'!' mado ii wtty and brilliant speech that with the strong nddress of Dr. llar-to- u mado a deep Impression. Pbl Delta Is to be congratulated of i.n a most efficient committee, arrnngcnicnt who gave a most successful und delightful evening and mado tho Alumni Danquct of 1UI3 a memDn-ezcd TlS'otant DELIGHTFUL DINNER PARTY Certified checks 100.00 200,701.51 Total Mrs. Hardin (ioldeu cntertainrd a State of Kentucky, County of Madison, as; delightful dinner party at her I, J. L. Gay, Cashier of tho- - above-namebank, do solemnly swear homo on Center St. Dr. and that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. lint. Hubbard, hi. and Airs. KobcrLs, J. L. Gay, Cashier, Mrs. Dr. II. D. Showers of Meridian, Correct Attest: John V. Welch, J.J. Brunaman, D. N. Welch, Directors. Miss., and Mr. Douglas Roberts of Subscribed nnd sworn to before tne this 11th day of June, 1013. Chicago. G. D. ilolliuay, otnry rublic. Mrs. Golden was handsomely hoi-pltab- lo d assist- ed entertainment by Harry Prather and Miss Carrie In tho IN OUR OWN STATE Continued from first rage Mrj. Prath-e- r. orable affair. LETTER from various sections this week. DEATH OF Dlt. BHIGGS Itev. C. A. Briggs of Union Theological Seminary New York, died, June ath. Ho had completed forty years pa $1,000,000 MEN FIRE THE ALUMNI s' To turn Indoors Into Is tho well nigh Impossible nchlevo- ment of the committee In charge of tho banquet of the Phi Delta Society who transformed the upHr dining Clark, 2 rents. Coil's work In Itural Districts, by loom ol Ladles Hall Into a scene sylvan b:auty nud charm. Tlie two Dr. Wilson, 2 cents. Political Ideals, by Ceo, V Oubl. hundred pirsts sat under tho lioilghs cents. of tho leafy oa wondering whi'thv iletilth Hints, by Dr. It. II. Cowl v. thoj- - were iind' i tho blue Bky 1 cenL the fount or under a i over-spurrialc mond also commit In for severo censure in tho matter of expenditures not Philadelphia, Pa., June C. liilX authorized by statute, .which vary My dear Dr. Frost: from tho purchase of a farm for $11,- -, Tnrrylng nomewhat on tho way 800 to buying 15 sweaters for the foot-- , until did not reach Philadelphia ball team for three dollars each. Wednesday, nor my desk until today. I wish 1 might have remained In UNITED STATES NEWS until yesterday, hut my brief Continued from page one stay has been not only a recreation, Truly but as well an inspiration. Congress require a registration and that ou aro doing a great work, ond adularatlon of the Interests they Mattering blessing far and wide. My represent on tho part of any who llttlo visit In your homo was a pleas- attempt In tlio futuro, to Influence ure unalloyed, und one that will not Congressional legislation. tho be forgotten. If It is possible mss. will be sent. My desk Is piled with nn accumulaJ. THOMPSON BAKER tion of convsiOMlonce; much of it, searches thru I fear, will call for our library and elsewhere.. I am In arrears all roui.it, and I leave for Hnglaiid in July Hut will do tl iicst I can. S May our Futhcr glo' you stre ngih ! end wisdom commensurate to your 1 H'.'-r1 TOPRESIDENT FROST teacher in that Institution. VOLCANIC ERUPTION IN ALASKA Tho volcanoes of Alaska are getting Into activity. Several are In a stato of eruption, emitting f lamos and dense volumes of smoke, visible for many miles. ARBITRATION TREATIES IN DANGER Unless a chango of sentiment takes placo In tho Senate soon, there Is dan ger that tho compulsory arbitration treaties that havo been In force the napast fivo yoaro with twenty-fou- r tions may not be renewed. WORLD NEWS Continued from Hirst Pact BIG BLAZE IN LONG ISLAND CITY BATTALION OF FIRE- HURT. An Explosion of Several Hundred of Varnish Gallons Lets Go. tnsks. Sincerely Yours, iWm&r ' Jojcph Hrown Turner. THE CAMPTlRE GIRLS th"1 meeting oi I'limp Klro (5ir!s was held recontiy nud u new group was organized, call lug themsclv s, "Tho Pocahontas lUi B81 ' 1'rcaC In IMuratlun, li cents. Tlio I'earl of (Jrent Price, by I'r.-s- . Frost, 2 cents. Treasures of Youth, by Pros. Front, 2 cents. Nail and Hummer Sermon, .No. i, by PrcB Frost, 2 cents. Frost, Iltiin'ric8 2 Nail and Hummer Sermon, No, 2, by Pni Frost, 2 cents. Nail and Hammer Sermon, No. 3, by l'res Frost, 2 cents. Tho Young Man and College Life, by Senator Albert J. Ileverldge, 2 The occasion was memorable. Th" tables beautiful In arrangement n'ld decorutlous, the animation of a throng of guests In feslxe array, tho strains oi an euibowed orchestra, ull ni-- ted to creato a scene- of beauty llerea In the annals of Scletlc8. Preceding Uio rotf. Syndicate plant, the Lambert Varnish Works and the Blanchard building, In the latter of which were stored scores of One rugs and carpets belonging to that militant cuff ragettes arc rcspon-Mbl- o New York families. While the flames plot. for tho were raging In tho varnish works a DESTRUCTIVE CAMPAIGN RESUMbattalion of firemen were hurled from ED explosion of a tank cona roof bj-gallons of Tho London suffragettes have again taining several hundred starting upon varnish. All were more or less Inbono on tho their campaign of destruction by set- -, jured, but none fatally. Four firemen ting flro to the letters In the Lewis-na- were overcome by fumes in the Drug building and the structure branch pos office. .Many letters Syndicate was abandoned to the flames. Traffic dc&troyod before tho) flames we,-on, the Long Island road was tied up cre extinguished. for several hours. an war-patm ' Western Newspaper Union Newi Service. New York. Fire In Long Island City, L. I., did damage approximating (1.000,000. Starting In the plant of the Columbia Paper Box Co., It quickly spread spread to the American Drug banijuet was iv cents. A Woman In Itowernox, 2 cents. TIioho booklets can bo had at The Cltlzon office. VAUGHN-HILUARD tplrltcd reception lu tho parlors enlivened with orchestral selections and icfrvshmcnts beautifully served tho Mlacca Hcr.rlctia Iloechor, Jlar-cuu- i, Mayflcld and Maud Itowman. In After tho diners wero Beatcil tlio Making, by Miss tho baiKiutt hall tho following pre- Tho Methodist porsonuKO at Itam-BuTwin., was tho scenn of a verv pretty wedding on the afternoon of Wednesday, June 4th, when Ilev. ''. D. Hllllard gavo In marriage his daughter, Kunlce, to Marshall Kwre't Vaughn. Tho marriage altar was artistically deuoratiHl with lerns, cut flowers nnd sweet jasemlne, Tlio wedding march moh rendered by Miss Lena Duulap, while It. M. Hllllard, hrothor of tho bride, and Miss Donna Fulghum, ns bridesmaid, tho brldo and bridegroom to tho alur, wheni they woro met by tlio father of tho bride, and tho Methodist Kplscoplal ring ceremony was solemnized. Sweet ct rul ns of music wero eoftly played thniout tho ceremony. Tlio brldo wat prettily uttlred In a tailored suit of Illueblrd Illue, 'and carried a hoiuiuet of bride's ros's and valley llllles. Tho bridesmaid wore white crepo do china over pink and carried white and pluk carnations. Tho attendant I woro presented with Illueblrd Uluo pins and congratulations and bcit , After rlslieo tho brldi and groom left for Kentucky, tho homo of thu groom. Tho visiting guosts wero Miss a Donna Fulghum, Lena Dutilap and Mrs. S. J. HarrU, of Nowbern; Messrs. It. M. Hllllard, of Hickman, C. D. Hllllard, of Memphis, und Mojs imx-'ede- liminary program was presented: Charms of Spring Supplication acd Invocation, President Froot. Ilurstlng llmls, Cround's Mass Procession, Quartet, Second Davison; llass, Philip ,. Tenor, Arvld O. Slcr; Haritone, ander C. Kerr; First Tenor, Arlle IJ. McCiuIro; Piano, Mrs. Chas. Iliirdette. .Visa Margraet Todd. Cock Hobln, Toastmaster, Claude C. Andorson. April Showers, Welcome Aildre-ss- , Ae. Iouls Karno.-ili- . Flowers and Firus, Alumni Kesp onsc, Jamos. M. Uacer. A Wandeilng Nymph, Soprann Solo, Mis8 F.mma Sweetland. 35 Akron, O. William Wagoner, years old, wealthy Summit county ways, gored to death by an And I am. prono to sigh for summer farmer, was angry bull. Wagoner and a farm hand days; Oirls." were walking through a field when But when I hear the children on the .MIs Hilda Welch was choscii Kuan'-la- n the animal charged them. The bull street and tho following girls became first rushed the employe, who Jumped Shouting with laughter In their win- behind a tree. Wagoner, attempting member?: ter's glee, to save his companion, was caught on Mario Howera- - 'Minnehaha. My soul Is glad that not aJono for the horns of tho ferocious animal and Iroquois, Delia nolllila was trampled and gored when he fell mo Susie Hollldo) Nino. Woro all things made; else might tho to the ground. The farm hand rushMildred Hudson Nlta. ed to a barn, where he secured a gun. children loso Rebecca Muncy Hiawatha. Into the bull's Joy If It wero Three shots were fired Dopplo Ogg Ai row wanna. Halt their year's body, and It fell, but In the death mi no to chocsc. Susan Porter Cheyenne. struggle the animal regained Its feet AUco Stowc--leland gored Wagoner, who was already Mao Stowo Cataya. FOR SUPERINTENDENT so seriously Injured that he, died a few Mao Todd Ju&nlta. moments later. Lucy Holllday and Carrol Kdwards aro 103 teachers employed In Thero aro to beconu members at the next SHOOTS HIS ASSAILANT. tho county schools of Madison County. Imectlng. Each ono Is vitally Interested In who Evansvllle, ind. In a quarrel on the will bo tho next County Superintendsteamer Gillette, Harry Pullen, tho OF '10 CLASS ent. engineer, 26 years old, attacked Ouy Prof. Harvey H. Brock who is Baynes, white, deck hand, aged 19 Tlio members of tlio class of '10 actively canvassing for this office, years, and Baynes took Pullen's rewho havo been In llerea for the Thompson Baker Is the new was a county and High School teachvolver from him and shot him In tho from the Second district of er Alumni Reunion have been having for years and U In touch and sym- temple and right arm. Pullen may die. Jersey. He Is a Democrat and New some good times together. pathy with every phase of tho teach-or- a Baynes Is under arrest. a native of Pennsylvania. Among tho things they havo enjoy(ad) work. ed aro, dinner with Mr. ami Mrs. SNOW IN JUNE Steenrod Commencement day, break-faby tho creek, Thursday mornA snow tall occurred at Chicago ing, a dinner at Boono Tavern nud a last week, Friday. Record breaking walk to Robea Mountlan. cold weather foi June is tho report a. st iVn enthusiastic This snow Imprisons me; my foolish feet Refuse to wander on these slippery BULL GORED OWNER. You'd Be Willing to Give $1000.00 If your family could be under a safe roof during one thunder-storLet us cover your dwelling with our Genuine , Solid, Cross lock Metal Roofing. Let us Gutter your buildings. Let us put up Conductors scientifically your property will be protected against Storm, Rain, Snow, Fire, Lightning for the next 50 years. Insist that the house in which your children go to church and school be protected with one of our weather proof combinations. Double-twist- T Money-Savin- g Power Lies in Intelligent Buying STUDY THI FORMULA OF mi ' s. Hanna s Green Seal Paint AND YOU WILL FIND IT RIGHT Phono, BEREA SCHOOL OF ROOFING New Campus, Berea, Ky. Office 7 Homo 181. On Sturdy Afternoon In Office. Hllllard, of Cllniou, Ky. A number of homo frionds wero Clipping prueont at tho wedding. from Nowbern TVnnossean. Spreading Power - Durability and Beauty combined J. D. CLARKSTON, SOLD BY If you aim to cover your building with Wood, Slate, Paper or Metal, let us talk it over. It won't cost you one cent, and may save you dollars. Write to Prof. Lengfellner now, or see him. Berea, Kentucky. a Pace Six. I'M!? CITIZEN. were too busy being In lore with Anno DuntneadV to notice me." Itobertn'." Ilestnrcdut "Kill her blankly. Then his manner quickly She crcelved the change softened. mid drew herself up even more, sillily, It that were possible. Her lips straight ened In a severe, thin line. "Yon needn't Ik sorry for me. t have lieeli glad I esuipcd. ever sluce t found out the kind of man yon were. I'd have made a iur.it out of you." "I guess." he smiled grimly, "you'd have found It n tinnl Job, ns you seem Hut I guess you to measure men. could have. If any one could." She turned on hliu In a little unex"Hut not pected gust of fierceness. the kind of man you are! Not n coward to 'lilt lighting the very first thought you time you are lnutcii. were one when you left your rcglmcut before tlottysliurg. but I excused you on the plea that we needed men at Her unfinishhome Iiki. Hut now" ed sentence was eloquent. Ills astonishment was genuine. "Kb! 1 believed you thought me u bad man. You ought to lie glad I was beaten." "Hut John says you're a better mnn than Shcrrod," "Only,"' Murchell amended. Bhrcwdly guessing, "lie put It that Sherrod Is n worse man than I am. didn't he? I don't liellcve I'm n coward. A few was months ago I did Intend to ijult very tired mid my sickness wob coming on. Hut now Itobertn, can you keep n secret?" "I've kept one for forty years." "So you have! Well, the other day I got my doctor to tell me the things I must out it ml must not eat to keep alive ns long as iossblc and then told blm to go to the devil. Iloliertn. It wns the first time I've sworn since I Joined 1 1 unc 12, I9'3 "Of which you're Hie ret el vine end?" among, the mutinous Sherrod's Hps formed u soundless rrglircutA. Hut the ominous silence Yes." continued unbroken. "How much are you short?" At such n juncture, we say, John "Nine hundred thousand dollars," Heath stepped lu to deflect the course "What have you got to siow for It?" of history. "Some securities -- oil stocks." Came to the exile, not many days aft "Wcfth what?" er Miss Itoberta, a messenger not tin t Three hundred thousnnd-nlsj- ut. dcr royol seal. Secretary, we may call new minister, having cur- lon't know exactly," him, to the "Where me they?" ried favor by desertion of the old, He was visibly perturlied and would "In my private safe nt the olllce." not desist from bis luiKirtmiltlca unMurchell lurned sh.irply and loft the til admitted to the presence of the room. Almost at once lie was bark. exile. Uven then, such wns hl fever- Bccoinimnled by Wntklns. "Hive Wat-kin- s ish linste, he did not notice In his the combination," he commanded. host, ns Miss lloberln had done, h There won another moment of heslln-(Ion- . vigor Inconsistent with certain rumors of luwnrd slrupgle. Hut n great rife. He plunged at ouce Into the matter In hnnd. "We'vo got Sherrod locked up In n room at the hotel, He's drunk as a lonl and threntens to throw himself Into the river!" "Well-l- et blm!" said Murchell. grimstore concord heartless, "Hut." cried the messenger. "It may lie something to bring on a revolution that will sweep us all Sherrod. Par-rotme you-o- ff the face of the eurth." "I," responded Murchell calmly, "nm out of imiIIIIcs nnd don't enre. What ly His Rise to Power BY HENRY RUSSELL MILLER t. do you wnnt me to do?" "Come with me to the capital, find what's wrong nnd straighten It out." "(Jo to Parrott." "I'nrrplt's a fourllusher. This Is own making. (let yourselves out of It." The messenger sprang to his feet nnd liegiin to pace the floor swiftly He assumed to Instruct n master With wild gesticulation and pnsslon-niphrase he sketched the the church." calamity. The times were rlie for n Miss Itoberta kept her smites for rare revolution. These unutterable fools. occaslous. "I wish 1 could have heard Dunmeade nnd Hrcnt. with their Inces Which concession she Imme- sant clack nlsmt Isisses and graft, you." diately negatived by milling. "I sup- were getting the people stirred up pose you're going to tlo the same kind There wns trouble In the nlr he. the of thing over ngnlu." sieaker. could feel It. The organlra-tlo"Itoberta. you're the most consistentwns falling to pieces. ly Inconsistent icrson In the world. "Do yon think." Mnrchclf Inquired You mean am I going to turn reformcnltnly. "Shertpd's short In his acer? You can't teach nn old dog new counts?" lmM-ndlu- g n crltlcnl." "I won't do It. It's trouble of your """ e tricks." ' "Not If he doesn't want to learn. 1 Read of This Stirring Battle Against Civic Evils That Are, and For the Honor and Justice That Should Everywhere Prevail SYNOPSIS Senator Murchell. leader of the state machine, and Bheehan. local bos of New Chelsea, offer the nomination for district attorney to John Ounmeade. Ounmeade la Independent In hla political Ideas. Dunmeade will accept the nomination. Bla father, a partisan judge, congratulates him. Ills Aunt Itoberta urges John to call on Katherlne Hampden, daughter of a capitalist. Katherlne Hampden la a worshiper of access. She and John are friends. Jeremy Appleitate. a political dependent, cam paigns for John and the state ticket. In New Chelsea Uvea Warren Blake, a model yoiinit bank cashier, connected with Hampden In "high finance." They try without success for John's aid. The rottenness of politics In hla state and party as revealed In his campaign disgusts John. He calls upon Katherlne. Katherlne'a peril In a runaway reveals to her and John their unspoken love. John publicly "turns down" the machine f his party. John" will not compromise with his conscience even for the sake of wlnnlnr Katherlne. and the two part. The course of his son Is disapproved by Judge Dunmeude. John Is elected and puts Bheehan on trial for political corruption. Bheehan Is convicted and flees. John meets llalg. a novelist, who Is Introduced to blm by Warren Blake Hale and John visit the Hampdcna. Blake proposes to Katherlne and la rejected. He praises John to her. Murchell has a visitor. The visitor is Sackett, head of the Atlantic railroad, trylnc to keep the Mich lean out of the Steel City. He wanta Murchell to retire. The latter cannot Induce John to stop his attacks on the machine, John and Katherlne meet She still thinks John a follower of Impossible Ideals. He loses In his fight for cleanliness In state politics and falls L Murchell offers financial aid to tha 11 a. ' , presence, "''m through. I've earned n rest, and my health's gone back on me. 7'm going lin-to the farm to rale potatoes the farmer vote crop lias petered out. And If I ever do come back Into f ill tics I'll make my own terms." He nodded n careless goodby mid went slowly out of the ollU-e- . Apparently lie lied f'r;'i'te!i to !':i!;e lendSuckv't did not remind him of tit? niiiKnii. fit remained wllli the Ini pres-- l n of l..tvlng beheld a broken Iictic hnrmlevj. old man. CHAPTER XIV. History. T was characteristic of Mur chell to give the world no Ink ling of hi Illness. He wan supposed to be sulking over his defeat Not until lifter the fact did the surgeons, un.ible to refuse the op iKjrtuntty for self advertisement, announce that a critical operation had been performed from which there were hopes of a partial recovery. Interest In IiIh condition persistedextraordinarily, considering that he was out of politics. When his convalescence permitted it That he was removed to New Chol-ecommunity, us you may believe, watt properly excited. Intrusively Interested and somewhat apprehensive lest ho pass unseasonably Into the beyond and rob It of the distinction of being his "legul residence." John Dunmeade, I u. John recovers and continues his fight, aided by Hals, in the Steel City he meets Xatberlne, who Is courted by Uregg, a financially successful man. TnTTnoilPliw! back In his chair, half closing IiIm eyes ns though ho wore very tired. He sat for several minutes without speaking, forgetting that Sackett's time wiik precious. Sackett, too, seemed to have forjrotten this Important fact. lie wan wrinkling his brow over the problem, what meanH to devise to Induce nn old, pigheaded, betrayed minister to remain In the serVIco In a minor capacity. He was too Bhrewd to argue. Tor many years he had had Intimate knowledge of Murchell'H Inflexibility, "I'll tell yon what I'll do." he began rut laid. "I'll see Shorrod mid" Senator Murchell looked up sharply, ob though he had forgotten the other's as a collaborator In this disaster, was made to feel a sudden atmospheric frigidity und was led Into further sorrowful reflections on the fickleness of the public. Murchell In very ungracious fashion kept himself secluded from his nclghlsirs und the stream of pilgrims that knocked at his gates. Their plaints were divers. Sherrod was too arbitrary, he was too lax, ho permitted himself and his friends to shake the plum trees of the cities ho vigorously us to court failure of the crop, he greedily refused to dlvldu the plums. Troui which It will nppcar thut Shorrod, even thus early In his ministry, showed un Incomplete mastery of the subtle science of suiting the word to the mini. Murchell wus urged to Intervene, to resist, to destroy. For one and all he had only the Irritable reiteration, "I am out of politics." Hut the pilgrimages continued. I In the midst of this uncertainty the Michigan railroad begun secretly to I undermine the Steel City, thut hither to Impregnable fortress of the rival monarch. And John Itunineude's an- - She rose to go. He followed her example, though urging her to remain. She went a few steps toward the door, then suddenly turned nnd walked back to face him. "Why don't you help John?" It wns his turn to stiffen nngrily. "You usk thut after the way he attacked me mid created n sentiment the way for against me Sherrod to beat tne? He's for Sherrod's getting on top. do you know that? 1 guve him n chance five years ago. ami he wouldn't take It. 1 will do nothing for him. "And besides." he ndded more mildly, "he wouldn't let me help blm lu the only way I could." "1 wasn't thlnklngof blm. Hedoe.n't need you. You need tilni." Ills astonishment wns genuine ns she left. He went to n window where he could wntch her.'stlll stlBly upright as a grenadier, bre.utlng the March gale. He trltsl to recall how she had ap pcarcd when she was young, for she. too. all unknown to him. must have marked fi phase In the life of the young man who ouce had been. When she had passed out of sight he returned to ntranCeiHenT was made thut, whether bis chair. rcnomlnnted ns district attorney or not, His book was forgotten. Washington Jenkins had The lion. he would lie a candidate. uutTSherrod for the guberna- been of the fallhful at a time when and tall. protltuble; hence heresy torial nouilniitlon. Jerry Hrcnt was al- Lincoln-lik- wus figure was one of his few the ready well Into a campaign for the optheretofore re- that wen- no! turned Inhospitably away position nomination, from Murcliell's door. empty honor. garded ns un He was In New Chelsea n few days We may. not go so far us to declare nelghliorly errand. that Miss Itoberta turned the course after .Miss Hoberta's senator abruptly, "Wash." nuked the of history. Hut It Is certain that sho for n was first to foresee, though not with "how'd you like to bo candidate bones, the fork of the road. So governor?" her "I'd like it." said Wash honestly. touching "were the pictures presented "SupiKise." Murchell suggested, "you to her of Murchell'H Illness that nt delegates. We length, after n protracted struggle with begin a campaign for delegates, even If we herself. liyr heart relented. She filled could use the thoughta busker with homemade comestibles couldn't use you." he ndded designed tn tempt the appetite of the fully. faintly. smiled The congressman most Jaded Invalid. This basket on length. day when They discussed the matter at her arm. she set out, on it As Jenkins wns leaving, his host rethe March wind blustered and stung marked earnestly. "Hereafter consult her face, Inward MurcheH'H home. Don't come here. She found Murchell rending belore only with (Jreeiie. nn open lire, his cheeks slightly palo I'm out of politics." Neither gentleman smiled. and sunken, but his eyes clear and When the Honorable. Jenkins rebright. He ros(. with an easo thut turned to Washington, ho reluctantly did tint betoken approaching dissolution, to relieve her of the basket, shak- admitted to an Interrogative reporter: "No. I'm nfrald the senator Is lu a ing hands warmly. I don't think he'll ever go "I'm very glad to see you. Itoberta. bad way. back Into imllllcs." n chair." Take e She seated herself primly. "You don't Of John Heath you have nover look ns bad as they say." She observheard. Ilnhonorcl nnd unsung tudll ed him suspiciously. "Iloliertn." ho said lugubriously, this hour, he tins remained lu that "the doctors tell me that even with shadowy obscurity for which ho was designed. And no man ever saw the best of care can live only n few blm. years and that's thanks to my good It was st n crucfnl tlmo for those whom this chronicle concerns when constitution!" "A few years!" she sniffed. "What Jerry Hrcnt nnd John ntinmeude were marching from Dan to Heershelu nnd did you expect, at your time of life?" Hu thought It wise to cliungo I lie back mid laliorlug. with a patience subject and hurriedly leaned over, worthy of larger results, to rally the raised the tiupklu and peered Into the slender hosts of reform; when Stephen Huuik1cu was risking his all In one basket. "Whyl DM you bring all these for wild throw for vnst fortune and Warme. Itoberta) That was very thought- ren Hlake was following 'that during txnmplc; when the Consolidated Coal ful of you." tompany was tanking many happy by "I guess you don't need them. Intending to lie sick to get issiple's sym- Icclarlng a dividend of 7 per cent. pathy because you've Isen beaten." lu the kingdom things were awry, He smiled, not In amusement, at her the rival monarch was thundering at asperity. "It's like you 'to cover up the gates. Worse still, there was disIn the very source of a kind uct with sharp words. What affection nn escape the men bud that' you dominion. In Hie army. And the minwouldn't marry!" ister In avcr chose this hour to get "There weren't any to escape." drunk! Anxious glances were being "Yes, there were. I remember that. cast toward the minister In You wero what they call n beauty, Itn.val messenhis self exacted exile weren't you? Why," he usked In sud- gers were being sent galloping den curiosity, "didn't you marry some to hliu to urge him. with line, one of them?" unconscious irony, for the sake of past "Hecuuse," she suld slmplv, "you fivor. to spstk (lie word that would re that-pave1 1 di-sce expect." "I don't know. There nre hooks I enn't see without exciting suspicion. And I can't get nothing out of him." The swift pacing censed abruptly. The messenger confronted Murchell. "Who." he demanded. "Is John Heath?" I "I don't know." answered Murchell truthfully. "Within less than two years be has received from the stiHo mnre'n nine hundred thousand dollars for sieclal services "Nine huudred thousand dollars! What Is John Hentbr "I don't know. Hut I think he may lieh-l!- " The messenger flopped Into his chair, helping himself, uninvited, to n cigar, Murchell. ns though tnklng up n tnsk that the other had left unfinished. rose and lu his turn began to pare the floor. After u few minutes he went out of the room, still without speaking. He did not reappear for almost a quarter of nn hour, Hut then he wore a hat and an overcoat and was currying a light leather grip. "Come nlong." he commnnded. "The hack's wnltlng." The guest went nlong with nlncrlty. When they had reached the Steel City and had changed cars for the capital train Murchell went to their stateroom nnd wns soon, to all outwnnl appear-nnces- . sound asleep. At that mystic hour which we nre told Is the darkest of nil two men were sitting lu a hotel room. One. Walklns. sat stretched out liefore the dying tire, yjiwnlng wistfully for the sleep of which twenty four hours' guard duty bad roblied hliu, A litter of newspapers on the floor around blm showed how he luld legtilled the slow l lull. The other. Shcrrod. was slouched In a rocker by the table, head drooped for ward on his breast and hands banging Inertly nt Ids sides. The red rlniiiusl eyeballs were half closed. Drunk evl deutly. and more than that. Occasion ally bis lips moved; senseless mutter lugs came from them. Steps nlong the hall, mid there wus i I guarded knock at the dior. He a cautious crack, peeped out and I lien threw It open eagerly. Murchell ami tbo messenger entered. Wntklm seized Murchell'H hand Joyfully. Thank the Lord!" he exelaluusl, "I couldn't have stood It much longer" Shernsl seemed to hear the voice lie opened his eyes nnd stared at the newcomers glnsslly. Then n lightning flash of Intelligence seemed to penetrate his stupor, "Murchell!" , Ho managed to stagger to Ids feet. Thcu a last wave of drunkenness swept over him. He fell, sprawling, unconscious on the floor. "He ought." said Murchell, "to have on-iin- f "Who," he demanded, "is John Hssth!" fear was iihiu Shcrrod, swallowing up Ho muuihled even hate nnd anger. the combination. "Ilnve you got that, Wntklns? Thru you and 1'itlne fetch here all tho securities In the safe. ICverythlng you cau find. He quick." Wntklns obeyed, us promptly nud unqucstlotilngly ns the soldier OB the his suierlor offield of battle oU-yficer. As he went be found time t wonder how the Impression bud ever got nhrond that this mnn of Instant decision, of crisp orders, wns a useless victim of the decrepitude of age. Shcrrisl quavered. "sr you going to do?" 4 Murchell shook his arm free. "I am going to get you out of the muddle you have got yourself into, you"- - lie left the sentence uncompleted, as though he could think of no ndequale epithet. Sherrod gatssl foolishly, trying to -comprehend the Incomprehensible Hint the man alaire him. who least of all the world owed hliu service, would lift hliu out the luipasne around which no way nppenrcd. Then suddenly lie broke Into tears nnd maudlin bubbllugs explanations, run trlllou. gratitude, promises mingling disconnectedly. Murchell listened In cold contempt. "You don't mean a word you say." he Interrupted the flow at last. "You're only a coward frightened out of his wits. You'll is- - the same trvaeherous hound cheii It's over I'm not doing It for yon " He turned and went out of the riMiui. not to return until Wntklns mid Pnlne. the messen.-er- . arrival with the swtlrl ties. "Wh-whnt.- An nflemooti train, rolling down nut of the hills Into the tlnl lands. Imre oer-throw- I I to the city Hint had William Mon-hcl- l witnessed the last step in Ills A c.ibtook him. by apNilntinent. to tho Inline of Philip Wilder, where he lay overnight Philip Wilder was not a monarch, to be sure, but he wns prince of the hlmid. and he ruled ovef n province of street railways, Many things iliil t!il prim ely gentleman do sire, nnd lor tlieiu he wns willing to I prli e that must W paid. un the lie. tike Miss Itnhcrla and Walklns, was iiKi.iiniili i when he behold, not shutllitiK Inii'iiilesa sti.idnw. but u man who showed tin- - ni.nks nf jibe's battering, yet was clear nilnded. hale mid heiirty. who had not forgotten how to close barguiu, who knew exdrive actly what he wanted and wluf got it. So plcused was he by Ills discovery that the next morning, breaking u solemn promUe lo Murchell, he reMirled It to Sackett " Itlchard,' " he dcclnr ed, '"Is himself iigaln." Hut by that time Murchell was well a Turkish bath." on his way buck to the capllul. A rumor that the ouce great wns on the train quickly spread CHAPTER XV. among the passengers, nud many of John Heath Makes Rsitltutlon. them found occasion to stroll past his 1KN hours later Sherrod opened I -sent Hut there wns no visible ripple I1 his eyes. He sturted up. with of emotion tn betray to their curious groan, and beheld the inati EvVi-eyes the swelling sense of triumph by the window. The ClbMbt who sat within bill). heard the movement When, and came to the bedside. He stood sickness, his energy supped up by the the seriousness of which lie looking down pitilessly nt the half recumbent sick man. Shorrod stared did not yet realize, he had confronted back, with bewildered, fearful eyes, for Sackett und declared Ids pursiM lo a moment. Then, with another groan, quit, he had sHiken lu nil truth; but. ho fell buck. Ills parched Hps tried to the uHmtlon over mid strength creepframe n question, but nothing ciiuie of ing hack into the body whose tissues austere lit lug hud never (Itfvlliill'ed. the effort save n dry. croaking sound. the hunger, the need fur action reasThen Murchell spoke. "Who." he serted Itself "Is John Heath?" (To bo continued.) A spasm of fear even more ncuto contracted Sherrod's face. t do Decrease Profanity, "Who." Murchell repeated, still In Good roads will decrease profanity, Is John Heath?" dlscouroRoment. the pitiless tone-"w- ho back taxes, sheriffs' political account." "He he salos, sour grapes and grouches. 11 -11 11 p 11 mnn-Murc- hell "Wh-wha- you-kuoj- y?" Is-t- 0 June i a, 1913. THE CITIZEN Page Seven ELEVENTH Tim 4. some ash material, as wood ashes, cunrconl or honemcnl. Fnt or thf material which In annly. sis Is dissolved from a feeding stuff Conducted by FRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M.S., by ether Includes, besides real fats, Instructor In Animal Huibsndry, and Special Investigator. wni, tho green coloring matter of plants, etc. for this reason the ether extract Is usunlly dcslgnntcd cnulo fnt. Blight Tho fnt of food Is either stored up In the body ns fnt or burned to furnish Pear blight, or flro blight, Is caus- during tho winter and all suspicious heat nml energy. own-cbranches rcmov.id. If thlt practice la aro usunlly divided ing considerable loss to orchard Cnrlsihydriiles nt tho present time. Tills scourge Icarcfully followed there will be no nitrogen free exInto two groups: (1) tract, Including starch, sugar, gums of pears, apples und pluniH Is known affected llmha left to net as sources and the like, and ('J) cellulose or filter, .byf a variety of names, n blossoms of Infection In tho spring. The trees FEEDING FARM ANIthe esscntlnl constituent of the wnlls blight, twig bllRht, flro blight, fruit also bo watched very closely of vegetable cells. Cotton liber nml blight, canker, ctu. MALS, NO. 1. during the growing srlod nnd thu wood pulp are nearly pure cellulose. Thu symptoiiH nro too well known diorascd branches cut out whenever Coarse fodders, like hay and straw, to most orchardlsts. Tho moot rtrlk-Ii- ir noticed, livery tree ahould bo Inspecta largo proortloii of fiber, By E. W. ALLEN, Assistant Director ol contain Hymptnm 'u tho twig or limb belli ed at leant one; a week during the while most grains contnln little (liter, the Office of thperlment Stations. tovored with brown leaves, contrnst-lln- i; growing seooon, beginning first 3 (nibut are rich In stnrcli, Biignr, etc. United State sharply with tho bright green aoon as tho blossoms begin to fall. Department trogen free extract.) The carbohy-drate- s form tho largest part of nil veg- follago of surrounding branches. In It Is a good plan to rub off with the of Agriculture. o hands from tho trunks and main llmbJ etable foods. They aro not permanent- winter It Is recognized by. tho ly stored up as such In the animal of the hromi leaves adhering to nil bloacoma, fruit rpurs and as fnt body, hut ns Boon as they stnrt. This fvlltm of fnrm nnlmnln. or burned nre cither stored toupproduce the affi cted hranclicM. Tho leaves look In the system tlio lisp of fertilizers for ns If they had been ncorched by tire will prevent the formation of dll They are one of tbe reits iiM)ti quite well heat and energy nnd It Is from this that the inline limit and body canUcra anil nave r. defined general principles. Tho principal sources of nnlmal fnt. 'great deal of work another originated. I'rotelu (or nitrogenous materials) Is flro blight was materials of the body are continually mar. Whenever a lit b la removed, cut ut breaking down nnd Mng consumed, the name of a group of materials con-- 1 i Tho dlseaMi H ituo to oacteriu tree. .leant olx to ten Inches lu'low the talnlng nitrogen. Protein materials enter tho lender parU of the ml to keep (tie .in I nml In n henlthy any aro often designated as "flesh form- Theoo bacteria live over winter In blighted area bo as to avoid tlge-roand condition Hutu must Ik! the ichanto ot tho tiineas.; starting anew. a constant aupily of new mnterlnl. If, ers," liccaiise they furnish the mate- 'tho cankered ureas found on All tho tools used In removing the In addition to repairing the wnatcs of rials for the lenn flesh, but they atso trunks and llmlw of trees affectd system ami furnishing It with hent enter largely Into the composition of tho previous season. During the biooii'- - branches sliouh' bo thoroughly energy, growth la to be inailu (as blood, skin, muscles, tendons, nerves, period they nre carried from thews Infected after a cut Is made. For this n the case of Immature animals) or hair, horns, wool, the casein nnd albu!y ) purpose crude carbolic ncld or alchol cankered areas to the flowers itlk secreted nn nddltlonnl supply of men of milk, etc For the formation various other Insects. The may Ira used. and food In required To supply food In ' of these materials protein Is absolutely Tho "tree doctor" who claims t No substances freo bacteria work dvn through the flow, the rlgkt proportion to meet the varl- - Indispensable. from nitrogen can be worked over Into er Into tho host nnd catiso the dying be able to prevent blight by Inoculaout romlreineut of the nnlmal withs. d ting troe3 with somo uteut out a waste of food nutrients const!- - protein or till the place of protein. twlga as noticed on the affected tre.-should not bo given a chuiu-Under certnln conditions it Is lielieved The fact that tho bacteria work entl.v protein mny be n source of fnt In the ly within tho host explains why It to try hla r.rt. It Is a fake, as theio body, nnd flnnlly It may bo burned, like lutiuot Ikj controlled by any spiny Jr l no remedy that has prov- -, tho cnrtinhydrntcs and fat. yielding ,vash fd effectual. In many cases harm has that mny bo applied. heat nnd energy. Thcro are two methods of con- tomo from Ito use. If tho diseased The value of the fat for producing ureas are carefully removed and des- -, nenrly two and a half times trolling tho dlseaso In affected trees. beat Is The flnst Is to cut out and burn ull troyed and tin trees kept from growthat of carlHihydriites or protein. The bo sources of fnt In the bixly nre the fnt. diseased branches, and the second Ii ing too rapidly the disease may Kept In control. carbohydrates nnd probably the pro- to keep trow growing slowly. J. II. Carmody, Asst. Horttcul-- , tein of the food, and the exclusive It Is absolutely necessary that the source of protein In the Isxly Is tho orchard lie gom over several times protein In the food. These groups of food materials nre termed nutrients. Demonstration Exhibit To a certain extent nt least the nutrients may replace one another, alThe exhibit In tho office and re- or pictures .Mr. Montgomery hud taken though, as stated above, no other nuOne &et trient can take the plnce of protein citation room of Mr. Montgomery, enpeclnlly for this exhibit. The fat nnd rnrliohydrates erforiu farm demonstrator, attracted a great of pictures shows how three youn,' l'ople will mukix tho greater jKirtlo-.similar function, nud, to n large exnext year tent, carbohydrate materials may re- dull of attention Commencement day. of their exiienses at place fat In the food, even when a Tho ws'd corn test box and the cars ey raiding onions, tomatoes, nud large fat production Is demanded of ncres of ground this of corn being .sited, as well as th- torn on 1 Y the nnlmnl, as In the case of the cow. half dozen varieties of seed corn and bummer. Other sets demonstrate by of feeding stuffs, or Tile coilisi-itli)grass, clover an I trowing crops til" value of cowiieas the proMirlloti In which tbe nutrients many varieties of vet'd seeds weic of Interest to all. .Hid fertilizer in Improving land. An occur. Is determined by chemical analyInexcusably WITT mr. .1 sis. Only a ortloii of the nutrients U The various kinds of fertilizers, tyen other hhows some of the aBBBBB slBBBBBBBBBBBBTV f ground lime lad roads that block the progress of direct ue to the animal I. e., only o' soil, and the effect of that digested. A part of the food Is Mono on samples of acid toll xveie ..grlculturo. Others illustrate proper dissohisl and otherwise altered by the Interesting to many. Sample!, of var- und lmproicr m. ihods of clearing and Juices of the mouth, stomach and in- ious kinds ot sti ck feed also attrai cultivating land. testines ntiMirUil from the alimentary id. attention. Whole volumes Probably the greatest Interest xias xveie ln'jril trlnifnt aUtlnn canal, and In the form of chyle passes I'l.ot.. lx told of tho fundamental steps towarl taken In m'.lk testing demonstrations Into the blood ami Dually .crves to oa that was carried on all day. Arrange IGON MIXING Till: HI LO Momit MUM nourish and sustain the body. Tho Unproved agriculture, and the with which money can be mad" by ments were inadu by Mr. Montgom Is excreted. tutpf w let. title feeding. It Is by care-ful- l other sirloii brought As the 'rates of digestibility nre not Intensive farmlnr, even on mountain ery to test samples of milk tmt tutr the coiiiNisttloii of feed- IngslulTv the proHrtlou In wlileh they coiistiilil for different foods and as tops and on isx. land by the group In by fanners, July 4th. nre dlRcMed by different titiliimls nml only the dletlh!e portion Is of nuy lltliler different ciindltliiliK nml the re nutritive iixv to the iiuliunl, It Is essenlulri'iiu'iii of anliiiiil-- i for the rnrlou tial to Limit In thu enso of each feedFight the "Typhoid Fly." HEALTH HINT FOR TODAY. fiMxl mitrtvtitx when Ht nt work. ing Mn IT uhut part of its protein, fat wool, mutton. mid ciul.olijilmli's (the total quantity giving milk, producing Cure For Headache. beef. wrk. etc. tlmt the principle of of will, ti U shown tiy analysis) Is The common houseily. nun- known n liy the animal. This aciunlly feeding hare Ikmmi worLcd out. in A nervous headache may (he "typhoid tli." U an Important facIs determined by illgetlon cxerl' lie cured by seeral slice llnne prill Ipli's In t;i i' I lev the tor Intlie spreadiug of typhoid fever nhIiiI mluptiltloiM of dlffcr-en- t infill, iv It li nnliiiiils. and to secure n(K cnH Mini of leinoii In a. tup of Htrong ten. Therefore seieenlng the food, also the feeding utiitfs niiint of course he proiiniNtclj accurate llgures the trials nnd a bilious headache Is almost floors, and windows, establishing sunl are repctttisl with a large number of Invariably put to rout by n tn I. i'ii Into occoiint. tary dry earth closets and letnorlng or of lemon Juice In a cup screening nil refuse, such as manure, The nnlmil Irndy Is made up mainly nnlumlH n nil under various conditions. The digestibility of such coaie e The Juice of of black coffee. of Mibitutice water. garbage ami decaying vegetables and of four cln-.ns straw, coarse hay. etc., is relacup of hot half a lemon In n fruits, will aid greatly In the restricnh or mineral Ingredient, fnt nml wnter first thing In the morning Water constitutes tively low The digestibility, like the niHtters tion and prevention of typhoid fever, composition vuries somewhat for the Is an excellent liver corrective. per rent of the body iiml Lexington (X. C i Dispatch. from to to U nu etweiitlal port From U to 5 per same kind .if feeding stuff grown uncent of the weight of the body is null der different conditions nnd fed to difTills occurs iiiiilnly In the hones. The ferent animals Calculations have lieen made of the fut varies greatly with the condition of the niiliiifil, hut seldom fulls Mow (I amounts of dlgestlile protein, fat and per cont or rises nhovc ItO per cent cnrUiliyilrntes coututucd In 1(H) pounds The nitrogenous mnterinl or protein each of u large number of more commonly used feeding stuffs. They nro Includes nil of the materials containIrig nitrogen All those outside this the llgures which the farmer has to . or niinultrug- consult ( tlnd the approximate food croup are nitrogen Nitrogen oeeurs In plants nud value of ii mnterlnl In selecting tiU enous. aiiliiials tn various compounds croup fetsllug stuffs or milking up n ration. In various publicaoil under the general name of protein. They nre ttvalluMe Including those of tho United The flesh, wkln. Ihiiios. muscles. Inter tions. nal orpins brain nml nerves In short, ' States department of agriculture. I'or example. In 100 pounds of green all of the working machinery of the hody arc composed very largely of com fodder with an average amount protein. The nlhuiuliiolds nre n class of dry mutter (27 7 pounds) there nro contained approximately 1.10 imiiihIs of compounds Includisl under protein. digestible protein tmnterlaU conThe food of herlilvorous animals con- of taining nitrogen). I'J.S pounds of ditains the same four groups of gestible Ciirhohydmtes (starch, sugar, found In the body viz, wnter, fiber, etc.) nnd IKI7 isiunds of digestimaterials) Hsh, protein (nitrogenous ble fut, and these materials when nud fnt u nd. In nddltlon to these, a consiiintsl In tho body will yield 20,070 clnsa of materials called carbohydrates, calories, or units, of heat furnlshlsg defined below energy for work and bodily heat. However dry a feeding Btuff mny An ox standing In the stall requires to he. It always contains a conless food nutrients than one which Tho Is worked hard every day. In siderable amount of water, stand amount mny tie only from eight to fif- lug In the barn It still requires some When you buy a Sludebakcr wagon you buy teen pounds per 100 ioutids of uiato-riaprotein, fat nnd carlsihydrates to perwagon that will last until you turn the farm In hay. straw or grain, but In a as form the necessary functions of tho green corn fodder and sllnge It liody to maintain hent In wluter, to over to your son and he turns it over to his son. amounts to nearly eighty pounds and grow a now coat of hair. etc. Hut If One of the first SiudtbakeT wagons ever made saw In soinu roots to ninety pounds. This It Is fed the sumo ration as when water, although It mny add to tho working hard the tendency Is to get constant service for thirty years, and we will gladly palatnhlllty of a food, is of no more fat or waste the footl. send you the names of farmers who have in their benefit to tho anlmnl than wnter which possession wagons that have been in constant use any- - ' The cow requires not only materials It drinks. lor maintenance, but must also have where from 17 to 48 years and there are thousands of Ash la what Is left when the com- protein, fat and carbohydrates to make them. We are building the same kind of wagons today. bustible part of a feeding stuff Is bum milk from. The milk contains water, A SluJebaer wagon is an investment that will give ed nwny. It consists chiefly of lime, fat, protein (casein, or curd), sugar magncMn, potash, soda. Iron, chlorine and ash. and theso aro all made from you full return for your outlay. It is built on honor. Iron, steel, wood, paint and varnish used in its construcand carbonic, sulphuric and phosphoric tho constituents of tho footl. If acids and la used largely tn milking protein, fnt nnd cnrliohy-drate- s tion are tested and retested to moke sure each is the best. banes. From the ush constituents of are contained In tho food given For work, business or pleasure for town or country digestive orgnna of the her the cow supplies this detlclency the food the use thercisaSucetajfcervchicletofityour requirements. animal delect those which the animal for a tltim by drawing on her own needs, and the rest Is voided In the body unil gradually begins to shrink Farm wagons, dump carts, trucks, buggies, surreys, run. bouts, pony carriages, business vehicles of every description manure As a general rule, rations In quantity or quality of milk, or both. with harness of tho aamo high standard. compoiel of a variety of uutritluus The stingy feeder cheats himself ns foods contain autllclont ash to supply well as the cow. 8he may suffer from Set oar Dtattt or mil ut. of tho body. Corn, hunger, although her belly Is full of the requirement however. Is poor In ash. and when fed swale hay, hut she also becomes poor South Bend, Ind. STUDEBAKER extensively to growing animals, like and does not yield the uillk and butter KANSAS CITY MNVIR DALLAS CHICAOO NEW YORK to It she should. piga. It may be uecessary to add AN TRANCISCO SALT '.KX.X CITY KSTLAND.OkK. MINNIArOUS HOME COURSE INTENSIVE FARMING POULTRY Pear IN SCIENTIFIC AGRICULTURE KKT5 ROOSTER LOWERS EGG YIELD Interesting Tests Made at New York Experiment Station on Presence of Males In Flock. Tho belief used to bo general many years ago that hens would not lay STATES LAGS without the presence of a male bird UNITED In tho flock. And even today there are a few people that contend the male stimulates egc; production to a Way Behind in Matter of Imgreater or less extent, Men who proved Highways. havo raised poultry for years still cling to. this notion and persist In keeping a lot of males hanging about where only eggs aro wanted. Of 200,000 Miles In This Country Leaa The New York Experimental staThan 200,000 Are Up to Date up four pens of pullets, tion made 1250,000,000 Is the Annual pure-bretwo consisting of stock and m ARTICLE. pros-enc- wnter-t-prou- tx sea-so- n lb-i- I ccm-.oun- J Farm each class cockerels were kept, while with the others none were allowed. The cockerels were put with the two pens two months "before any began laying, Some pullets In each of the two pens In which no cockerels were put began laying a month before any The In the two containing cockerels. fowls wero of the Asiatic breeds and rather persistent sitters. No attempt was made to discourage any of the bens from sitting, and there seemed to be no difference In the relative number ot sitters In the contrasted pens. Of the cross bred pullets the lot without males laid better throughout the season and also during the best egg season. Of the other lot the one without males began laying earlier and did better than the one with males during the first part of the season, but It fell slightly behind for the latter months, though during that period they kept even with tho lot which was accompanied by males. It was thought that the vice of feather eating which broke out in this pen had much to do with the falling off in egg production. From these experiments It would seem that the presence ot malls has a detrimental Influence upon tbe egg yield. This is also the theory advanced by many in recent years, and it Is now pretty generally accepted by prominent egg farmers. two of mixed stock. With one pen of Loss to People. liea 1- U HINTS ON DUCKS AND GEESE Newly Hatched Goslings Weigh About Four Ounces Turkeys Aro Slow at the Start. A Pekin duckling weighs about two ounces when batched and should take on weight as follows: Three to four weeks,. 1 pound; six to eight weeks, 4 to 4 '4 pounds; and at ten weeks, -- t'i rt. , - table-spoonf- fisl-tier- s White China Geeie. Ducklings should be 5i to pounds. nine to twelve weeks marketed from C - fr-e- - of age. After that they take on weight slowly, and it Is not profitable to keep them longer than twelve weeks. Geese grow about as rapidly as ducks. Allowance of course must bo made for the original difference In ize newly hatched goslings weighing about four ounces. Turkeys do not grow rapidly at tho start, but do-- 1 vclop much quicker after thrco months or age. What Is the use ot rural free delivery mall routes and tho parcel post system If there Is to be no improvement of the public roads for the economic delivery of parcels and malls? According to a bulletin Issued by tho office of public roads, there were In the United States In 1909 2.199,645 miles of public roads, and the total mileage of Improved public roads was only 190,476. Yet we boast that tho United States Is a highly civilized country and make faces at the effete countries of the old world, In come of the most decadent of which, as we are accustomed to call them, the people know where they are going when they start, and have some Idea of when they will get there and what tt will cost them to make the Journey. There Is a good deal of humbug In the claims we make for ourselves, particularly when It comes to practical things, although we are willing to admit without argument that we are the most practical people In the world. Recently what Is called the second National Good Roads Federal Aid convention was in session In Washington. The place of meeting could not have been better selected; the time could not have been more InauspiNobody was thinking about cious. good roads, except the nearest cut to the White House and the offices watting for distribution. It was announced In the official program ot the meet, which was called by the American Automobile association, that "the distinct purpose of this gathering Is to create a concrete plan which shall logically involve our national government In the progress of the country." ' highways That Is a fine purpose; but with the old ones going out in shoals and tbe new ones coming In without any apodal purpose or any purpose that has been formulated clearly, this was hardly the time for tbe association to make a very deep Impression upon the legislative and disposing mind. Kor two days the convention good roads In a most Intelligent way and a mass of valuable information was obtained from expert testimony, foreign and domestic, that would lore much of Its force if It should be suffered to "perish with tho using" or the speaking. The main contention of the association is that "It la the duty of the federal government to supplement state and count systems with a i;lan of national roads connecting all parts of the country. That Is a most ambitious project, but pono too ambitious for a country so big as this. There are something like 3,000 counties In the United States and it Is well within the mark to say. f of these counties that in not Is there anything like what could bo ' called by the utmost stretch of courtesy a road "system." The official figures prove this without argument. The ratio of good roads to bad roads is as 199,000 is to 2,000.000, and, as Mr. ' Dooley would say, "there ye are." Hut It Is as certain as taxes that good roads are coming. Thu idea Is taking hold of the public Imagination and will i soon make Its way into the public pocketbook, It costs from five to ten cents, according to the classification, to haul a ton of freight by the much abused railroads a hundred miles or I , one-hal! mo; s ap-pe- ar "The wagon that stands up like the reputation of its makers l, It is hard to fatten a stunted chicken. Hoys and girls should be encouraged to ralso poultry. Wet feet are Just as bad for hens as they are for folks. Tho hen that lays 150 eggs In a year Is doing mighty good laying. Kor tho city market there la nothing between the broiler and roaster. Every week there should be a fresh supply of clean, fine earth In the duat box. No wonder somo men's hens never weigh anything. Tbe lice have Just about carried them away. Nobody wants to buy a dirty egg, and the only way to keep the eggs clean la to keep the nests clean. Middlings and corn meal wet with skim milk make a One forcing feed for culls that are to be marketed. Spraying a chicken house with 1 r will to 20 solution ot effectually destroy all nits and lice. An unruly or greedy rooster has no place In a chicken yard; the lime-sulphu- a mile to haul a ton ot almost any sort of freight over most of tho public highways lu this country, and these highways are In the dally use ot the people lu their most Intimate and necessary business. It has been estimated that bad roads cost the people ot the United States not less than a year. $250.-000,00-0 it costs about twenty-thre- cents Coat of Transportation. It costs the American farmer 23 cents a tou per mile on an average to haul his produce to market or to the railroad station. In England, Franca and Germany hauling costs from 7.7 to 13 cents per tou mile. The differ encn Is due maluly to the Improved roads In Europe. if ONE Of BOUBBON POULTRY Cl'RL' dinner table la the safest roost for ft down a chick's thnut curei few Satws. A waterdrojuj u tho cures anil year. There la no such thing as egg laying type. There la but one true test of the layer, and that is by the aid of the trap nest. , him. Well managed poultry la preferable to farm corpa la that poultry will produce an Income at all, times of tho ssillllli aodotherctilck diseases. Oae sut uome nukes U canons or medicine At all druc gists. Hampleand booklet on "Dls- LHbu. i.,.nf (.Mwli'i Biko Rsm)r Cs. UiistM, ly. prevents cholera, UUrrboci ...I c Fane Iiiijht. THE CITIZEN. June 12, iq'3 serious form of cyo disease, Is said to l duo to thu uro of n common towel ! '" tha fftmly Dr. Stucky, who lias leen holding n(limn uuekhorn and' cnlcB nt t!1ct. IK Mirt Ho meirodt pnbltib4 thtt ilrmd In Icll t) ttc mountains, during the coming sum- - elsewhere, In a recent address In n erHtttt o( tool (alth. Write pithily. ! not (or publicities, tut nie'r, well equipped to battle with Cincinnati, Bioko so vividly of the i cyo diseases that aro affecting so conditions which he found that a j good largo a number of the population. deal of Interest In tho matter ANNOUNCEMENTS this plnco to Mi's Resale Johnson of j Tho spread of trachoma, the moat j has been aroused. modern-tim- e Wo wish tho young Ruck I I For Representative couplo n linppy nnd presenilis life. Wo aro authorized to antiounco 1). Andy Isaacs and Scott Isaacs went week. Claude A ndcmmniid Miss Jen- - enjoyed a flno dinner with W. A. 0. Wood of Jackson County as a can- fishing, Thursday, and caught n nice nlo Elliott nn exacted guests at Hosklns of Blnl.e, Sunday. Andy didate (or Representative of tho 71st lot of fish. The dogs broke Into J. Conkllng for a week after Jtjne ttli. Huff, our now .unstable, Is suinmrn- tho comprising Legislative District, Mrs. Dr. J. A .Mahaffey ntid chll- - lug men to moot nt a court of Inipil'y C. Alcorn's nhcep a few nlehtsitgo Counties of Clay, Jackson nnd Owsvisited relatives at Island City to Investigate two dren of Sturgeon the and killed foil- - nnd crippled ley, subject to tho action of tho Re- more. Ell Sparks was accidentally here, Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mm. whiskey bttslnor In thnt nvtlon. 1013. publican Primary, Aug. 2nd, Luther Hamilton on the 2lth, a girl. Austin Madden of Jnckson County was shot last 'veek Ills brother-in-laMm. E. E. Campbell of Bonneville cn Islnnd rrvp.K, Tuesday, on busl- Hawk Hndor, ws handling n revolt For Representative We aro authorlicd to announce. W. cr when It discharged, tho bullet tak- will bo baptized tho second Sunday uen. W. J Gentry Is plnnulng to of move to Chestutilhiirg, flny County. R. Reynolds of Jackson County as a ing effect In his hip. Ho Is getting In Juno by Rov Isaac Gabbard, for Representative from the nlonc nlcelw Hev. Dan Clenimons f Cow Creek. Mr. ami Mrs. Jan. Kelley Mrs. Sarah Peters purclmH-- n no.v candidate Dr. Counties of Jackson, Owsley and Clay jsand Gap will preach nt this place of Island City were guests of John tewing machine last week. before the Republican voters at tho !on the second Sunday In June. Rn1. Wilson nnd wlfo, Saturday Highland Mahnffey of Sturgeon was on Island We are always August Primary 1313. Your votes aro J S. Ward wll. preach here on tli) Sunday. MIh Cassle Senlo is visit- - Creek, Wednosdv. (ad) fourth Saturday and Sunday In Jun' Ing her sister, Mrs. Stephen Gabbnid, glnd to get Tho Citizen and wish It respectfully solicited. of Cow Creek tlilo woek. Mies Lucy could be n dally paper. IXIIIIII.KI.ICK For Representative Doublellck, May 21. Several of the Eversolo of Annvlllo Is teaching music nni-authorized to nnnounco tho Wo aro citizens attend d Court nt McKee, in( uwno mo. Cow Creek. Mav 31. W.. l.nv.. I,.id candidacy of II. Clay Ualdwln of Monday. Quito n number of young GARRARD COUNTY ni.AKK "t Wlldlo on business, today. lots of ral:i tho past week and farm- Jackson County, Ky., for Repre- people ' IMIN I.K Iv Blake, May 29 Mrs. Mnry A. Pete's cm aro attended church nt Crooked behind .with their Harden Mooru was at Bona on bird tho 71st Legislative Dissentative of , Paint Lick, June 1 Mrs. and Creek, las. Sunday. Bill Hammonds, gnve a wool picking last Monday and work. Miss Casslo Scale of Mnlor ''ess a few dpi-- ago.. Isaac It cl. r trict, composed of Clay, Jackson who haa been at Ctnnclnati for sonic got a good days work done. The It- visiting her sl&ter, Mrs. S. A. Gab- - nml fn,Hy "! Grant York andoth.Ts aged 74 years, died at her home near Owsley Counties, subject to the acComineiuiMiient, last t artersMlie, aia, .jiii niur u iiukt- Mlssea Kllen Peters nnd Hnllic Ynr- - rard. Elmer Gabbard will preach at ,vor" at tho Ropubllcan time, returned home last week. tion of all voters at bh' pig llluesj of tveral nionliu. Married, May 21iu, Mr. Robert Isaacs ber, accompanied by their comln, Esau, tho socend Sundny In June nt Wednesday, 1913. Primary to be held Aug. 2ud, no way iMivos one daiiKhter. Mrs. Jirry Pitt to Miss Cordeli Mallcote. Chas. Moc-- e, paid their friends nnd 2:30. Evcrybexly Is Invitod.-- J. L. and Conway, June 2. -I- toy Dalton of the tmi, jjug the only child. "The funor OJIAYIIAVVK of Cow Criek a visit lat C. B. Gabbrod went to Berea, For Superintendent of Schools of y Jackson County and Monday. Henry Pctiru day, to attend Commencement and Ifilh Co. (. A. ('.. mm of Mrs, Nancy ni servlcoj were held at Cart raviU1. Gray Hawk, June 2. The roads aro and wife Lavo been visiting In Estill to bo at 'he graduation of their son Dalton wn k'lltd by a exploding gun h,iturday oveslng. Horn to Mr. and I am a candidate for Superintendent now being worked at this place. County, bubject Therv seems to bee a good deal jf County for seernl days tho pan and brothe,- -, Elmer Gabbard. S. A. nt Ft. Moultrie. S. C, on May 23id, jim. Arthur Mowe, the 22ud of May. of Schools of Jackson and ht.t r'inaliM were shipped litre n Bri. (ir luini- - Is Edna May. Mr. to the action of the Republican vo- sympathy for Miss Anna Powell In week. Rob Moore and his sister, Mrs. Gabbard has withdrawn from thu tor btirlnl. His ceuslu, John Dalton, of an, jra UjImi. Peters returned, ou Primary, Aug. 2nd, her raca for County Supt. of schools. ters at tho State the M5th Co. f. A. C. came with .Monday. frJin Islnnd City where th.y 1913. Your support Is earnestly toiletThe Re. John Mason failed to come tho corpse. HIo brothets, Hulwrt and )Ulvo boon vlr.til.g friends and rela- ed and will be duly appreciated. to Gray Hawk, the fourth Saturday Robert, of Hamilton with their coil- - iVes. Mario and Funnle Sonier art- Respectfully, Tho Rev. and Sunday to preach. tin, Ben Dalt.- -. came to attend th- - 01, Uio ilck UK with tomllttis tuU H. F. Mlntcr. Lewis Sandlln preached at Gray Haw' tuuernl. Mltc Lee S,arkniaii who has wpok.M!. aud Mrs. Neil (iabi-urof Saturday nlsht. Also Rev. Hill An been visiting her alitor at ltniai.1 Jackson County visited with theirs n, of Schools of For Superintendent derson preached, Sunday, to a lare has returned home accompanied I y i)an Minn Wilson of Big wwK Jackson County BY S. OTIS ROE crowd. W. R. Engle, our hustllii'; her two lipphws. Hobert Bowman ,im tilted he: ginndimrsntu, ir. hereby announco my candidacy for merchant, Iin3 enlarged his storn I The Master came at the dawning, i.nd wlfo sient Sundsy with J. "W. nm m1c ccldwill, last wwk. to the offico of County house, Mrs Louisa Tlucher was visWhen the shadow's were lying deep; Wo have had on.IXxld nnd family. Mih Vursle WUmhi of Bra vldtd Superintendent of Jackson County, iting MI33 Pauline Judd, Sunday.--Mi- ss Hut I failed to discern His tliorn-marrc- d ease cf meusloe here nnd ipltf are Uyr grandparent, Air. und Mrs. c. it brow tho voters and all and earnestly ask LlJHo Mtoro, thu trained nurjo For my eyes were heavy with sleep. very badly scared about It. Mm. 'i... Ad lkiker, a part cf last wwk.-M- rs. good pooplo Interested In the cause at Gray Hawk, visited her homefolka And so, with a scanty greeting, Robert Manlous and Mrs. Iou Dulhy dle Gentry wxi very sick last we'U. education In tho county to give !last week. Aunt LIssle Peters 's cf 1 dismi.5cd Him from my door; spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. but Is much Imprurtd now. wjullo n mo their BuPport. very poorly at this time nnd Is not And sadly He turned his face away, Henry Bowman. The fnrmerB hero tir number of Wallnceton attend Neithor my Individual Interest nor cxiiected to live. John Anderson nnd As ott He had done before. very busy wvl.lng in their ioi:i. yd tho (!. A. It. Memorial, Friday, at Individual Interest of any other wlfo attended church nt Gray Hawk, tho Borva. by Sunday. riTTnllllltd He came again at the noontide, candidate should bo considered Pittsburg, May CO. Mrs. Luura Ily- any voter In deciding whom he will On the busy crowded tree; I'AItltOT ;ley is very 111 at this writing. Tho Hut. my mind was on the hurrying throng, support. Tho question should be, "Who Parrot, Juni 6. Born to Mr. and STRAY COW mraslea and whooping coukIi hate And I saw not His pierced feet. tan and will do most for tho cause Mrs. Jesso Gabbard, May 29th, a fine tlmo about Lwii raging for education in our county?" And so I pushed rudely by Him, of girl. She was named Gladys. Mr. A red nnd unite otted cow, about Pittsburg and London. There are on-- 1 In haste to be on my way. I am glad that almost every voter Rachel Prlco has been visiting her ? yeaw old, ?.t iny house, near Pilot a few cases at prtuent. The ComNot knowing the joy I might liavediad, Is personally acquainted with me. lie daughter, Mrs. Phec Millard of Isaacs mon school commencement was h.d Knob church, for two weeks. Own. r knows me educationally, morally, and recently, and reports that a big boy If I'd walked with Him that day. Grad.d tan havo c w b aylng for cd and tu tho Chapel of Londi.ii socially. Ho knows whother I have arrived at their home. May 23rd and I often had said I was longing 'fcchool. Thursdaj night. There wr i.e.'p of cow fiver said I would do a thing and was named Ernest. Dcwltt Gabbard For the Master's presence near; C W. tweuty-fou- r gmuuaU'H. The following failed to do It. He knows whether 1 baa returned homo from Indianapolis, And told of the who attended l'UUburg Graded Scho-- l havo douo my utniou for tho schools ind. John Los of Carlco was at this I'd give Him, should He appear. were uuiong those to rotvlve dipl and tho people of my county. He place, Friday, on business. Mat n I never supposed for a moment, Elmer Merrou, Dora Medio t, knows tho conditions of the schools, left tho other day for HamilThat the very One I sought MARKETS Margaret Cole, r'lora Fletcher, and CINCINNATI when I was elected and their pres- ton, 0. Able Gabbard had a wool Had touched me as He passed along, ' Eva Hale. Tho K. of P., Jr. O. V. it. ent condition, and ho knows of the picking Sc'urlay night. A largo Unnoticed, by word, or thought. A. M. Reel Men und Odd Fellows efforts put forth by mo, Working both crowd wa3 present. Com No. 2 white C:fjfi24c No. 3 PUtiburg ccmvtiry, Sunday and night, in an endeavor to make He came again in the twilight, TVNKIt white OlffCltic. No. 4 white 69',4fP day. The fifth Saturday meeting of file. No. 2 yellow OOff fiulie. No. 3 el people tho conditions better. So if tho Tyner, Juno 1. R. D. Jones cf put When the toil of the day was passed; the laurel Hlwr association will u low 61'.i0Ctc, No. I jelow CSQCUc, of tho county bellevo from all tha burg was visiting his sister, .Mm. And 1 saw the prints of nails and spear, held with thu Eatt Pittsburg BaptUt No. 2 mixed COftCOUc, ,o. 3 mixed facts and circumstances that tho In- A tli I la Moore, one night last week. My vision was clear at last. held SWiCOc. No, 4 mixed r8fi&9c, white X. Bowling church. Rev. terest of Jackson County schools Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Jones were He entered my humble dwelling, ear CsiiCUc, jellow ear Dmif.L'c, mixed ixTvlces at tho Chrlstluu Church at ear OS K file. would bo best promoted by His presence brought light and cheer; at Peoples, last Saturday and t lttsburg. Sundt) nnd Sunday night. Hay--N1 timothy very thankful. I thought of the lonely day, me, I shall bo M.75ff lG. Sunday. Davo Vaughn and wife rf Rut I wept as There was one nudltlou to therhurcu. atnudnrd timothy I13.7S&14, No. 2 Yours for better education and tho Swiss colony were visiting in' When I might have had Him near. I12.754H3. No. 3 timothy Mrs. Florida l.'ader, who has been timothy more of it in Jackcon County. Vaughntowa lxi. Sunday. Died, May 1 clover mixed lUt I asked Him to stay with me always, sick mi long, ! gradually giowlm; JlO.iDJill. 2No. J. J. Davis. 30th, tho infant child of Mr. and Mrs. 13.C0, No. clover mixed S10GU.r0. Anil promised to serve Him well; Crops and gardens nro lso'- -' No. worse. clover JIOGII.&O. No. 2 clover Riley Moore of Louisville. The reFor Sheriff of Owsley County The joy that His answer gave me, Ing very oor thir spring, Jim Cole, $7.50fiy. (t om a candidate for the office of mains wore laid to rest In the Tyner Oats No, 2 white 4Hf41Hc standIs beyond my power to tell. son of Wiley Cole, accidentally shot white 4umjl41c.No.3 wtii(u3!4& sheriff of Owsley County, subject P burying ground, Saturday. Mr. Moro He crowns my life witli His blessings, himself In the Kg u few days ago. ard was accompanied home by his bro10'ic, No. 4 white 38ii3!)c. No. 2 mixthe action of the Republican PrimHe walks with me day by day; He Is getting along nicely, hnweuT, ed 3Hi3'Jttr. No. 3 mixed J8V43'jc. ary, Aug. 1913. I hope to meet every ther, Roy, and Morgan and C. SimpAnd my heart is filled with gladness, as the wound was not a very bad No. 4 mlied 37Hi38c. revoter and- - If I fall In getting to see son and Elguin Glpson. They all Wheat No. 2 red Jl.05ai.07. No. 3 For the Master lias come to stay. one. city, Sunday. Mr. and red !t7itM.u.1, No. 4 red 78?f90c. you I earnestly appeal to you all for turned to the KOCKFOIlll e firsts ISc, I your Influence and support in tho Mrs. G. W. Mcore and little grandRockford, J u ii'! 2. .Mh llulah ordinary firsts 10c. seconds llrsts 17c, 15c, son, Kail, will he visiting in Pittscoming primary. . Vlars of this place who has been In Poultry Hens, heavy, over 4 lbs, burg, Livingston and Berea for the Respectfully, 4 l&Vfcc; lbs und tinder, l&Vic, old tiio Berea Hospital for the past thlr- next two weeks Miss Minnlu Mo are John W. Frost. teen weeks, returned home last 'I'lmrs. roeisters, 10c, springers, 1 to 114 lb, has returned hunie from Pari3 ac- Lucy MunvU of Jackson County Lava lace fcr County Clerk of Owsley day, Mm. Lucy White und daughter, 23ft27c; 2 lbs and over, 18ir20c. i'ow Creek, Ky. ducks, 4 lbs and over, 12c; white, uncompanied by her aunt, Mrs. Gabral-l- u been visiting their mother, Mrs. S. County. There aro some cases of Alverta, and granddaughter, Jf der 4 lbs, 10c, turkeys, 8 lbs and over, Bagby, who will be visiting In thl3 Blake, of Blakv, this week. Georgs For Assessor of Jackson County measles In our community. Jaa. U. .Marion, lnd., nre visiting Mm. White' 14 Vic; young, 14V4c. lclnlty for the next two weeks. We aro authorized to announce Cattle- - Shippers J7.25CT7.90, choice Peter3 was allied home last week to and Paul Gabbard and Ralph Mlnter mother, Mrs. J. C. Gulnn, of Soif candito cxtru (8Q8.25; Jame3 Hamilton of Tyner as a The bto.k visited the home of Mr. ceo his sick sUter, Lucy. Died, the attended church ut Woolf Creek hut ' fold Cane. Bob Bowman steers, ex and family tra fH(j S.'5, good butcher to choice 7.258. date for Accessor of Jackson County, and Mrs. Hairy Moore, Thursday 2Stli, Mrs. IVulina Neely, 70 yeara Sunday. It thnt J. W. Frost 'of Conway were in Rockford, Sunday, common to fair I5.2&Q7; heifers, exs'ir.n night, and left a present of a flno old. She fell several weeks ago and and John Gabbard will bo eltctcd to tubject to the action of the RepubliMr. and Mrc Tom Wolf visited J, tra I8.30fi8.50, two loads fancy J8.55, can Party at tho coming primary boy. Died, May 31st. Will. Vaughn, was hurt. Sho leaves six children; tho officc3 they nre seeking. Mere- - M. Bullen und ftMiilly, Suturdny night, good to choice $7,7508.25, common to (sir I5.25ft7.35; cows, extra $G.3GU to be held on thti 2nd day of August of urinary poison. Tho bereaved ones threo aon3 and three daughters, and dlth Reynolds visited Sunday Sclnol at Scnfrold Cane l relatives in ft.50, good to choice $5.75 G.26, com 1913. liavo tho sympathy of all. Tho con- a Host of grauuenuuren to niuuru Indian Roy- - progreaalng .nicely. Jurnes Lliivllle orcek recontly. Wllllo tinued wet weather Is getting the her loss. Sho was a good old lady l olda Is nil smiles. It Is a flno boy- .- und family of Berea visited frl.'iids moil to fair $3.25 J5.G5, ennners $3.50 0 4.50. tanners bohlt.d with their work. Bulls Bologna $(Jif7, extra $7.25, JACKSON COUNTY and loved by all. She was laid to Rev. Ed and lko Gabbard went to und relatives! of Scaffold Cane from Jim Duulgan is gone, on a business rest In tho old family grave ynrd Buck Crook, Saturday to preach, Sat- - j Friday till Sunduy. Bert Martin vis- - fat bullH fi,7&(f7.A. CAUICO Calves Extra $10, fair to good $7.50 near New Hope, tho 29th. Wm. Pe- urday night end Sunday. Carlco, Juno 2. Mrs. John Sum- trip to Corbln. Jim Fowler bus itd Hugh Llaville, Saturday night. (9.75, common and largo JGff9.G0. tho contract of painting tho ters and vvlfj and Miss Zona Blake Hogs -- Selected mers killed a large copierhead snake Mrs. Annlo Ltuvllle und children heavy $8.5G8.60, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY In her house- - laM. week. John Shel-to- n new hospl.r.1 at Gray Hawk. who havo beuu with her mother of good to choice packers uud butchers vlsltsd r.t tho homo of Henry Peters $8.55(18.00, mixed packers $8.4508.55, IIOONE found a bos treo last week. Tho on White Oak last Saturday and Sun Richmond returned homo last wok. stags $4.50( C.75, OWSLEY COUNTY common to choice day. decoration at tho grave yards of Miss Luclllo Llnvllle visited Lucy heavy fat sows $6.50ft7.7G, light ship-peCONKI.INd Boone, June 9. Several from this im)si:v $8.50(1 8.0U; Indian Crock ant. Flat Top laat SunConkllng, May 30. Born to Mrs. pigs (100 lbs and place attended tho Commencement at uud Parrlo Wilder, Sunday. Hernleo day wore well attended. Uro. Wood Gld Blake, a girl. Her name Is Ola. Posey, May 30. Sunday School ct Berea laat Wednesday. Mr. and Mri. I)dd visited Bertha Bullen, Satur-- , less) 1G( K. 00. - Extra light $4.40f 4.C0, good SheepDied, May 20th Mrs. Paulino Neely. Cllfty church house Is progressing J. II. Lambert uro visiting with Mrs. day night. and Uro. Johr.sc n fulfilled their apPro. Fish expects w to choice $4 ft 4.35, common to Rev. Lambortjs mother near Nina at proi-on- t. preach r.t Scaffcld Cane Union church t275((3.K5, heavy, choice to extra fair pointments at Old Iiend last Sunday. Mrs. Emily McCollum and family nicely wltli good attendance. $4 Rom ti Jessie Gabbard and wife, a uro Invited to attend the marriage Harvey Johnson filled his regular apMarlon and Win. Poynter visit- next Sunday. All nre Invited to com. (4.25. Spring Lambs Extra light $8.30 ceremony of her niece, Miss Flora pointment nt Cllfty church last Sat- ed homo folko near Boone,, Sunday, flno girl. Her uamo Is Gladys. ESTILL COUNTY 8.40, good Uj choice $770(j8.26, comMarried tho 27th of last month, Mr. Brewer, and Mr. Ralph F. Bourne, on urday night and Sunday. Tom BowMrs. Geo. Wren who has been sick LOCUST IIU.INCII mon to fair $5.G0(7.G0, culls $4.5047 Wllllo Millbora of Hazel Patch to Thursday evening, June Oth, at 8:J0 man was 'taking pictures In this for some tlmo li, Improving. Georgo locust Brrncl., Juno 7. Mrs. Molllo 5.50, heavy spring lambs (75 to 90 lbs) Miss Flora Sottleu of Mlddlefork. We at tho First Baptist church of Wood vicinity, Saturday. Mrs. Ida Rowland Poynter made a business trip to Brod-hea- Blcknell spent Sunday nnd Moiulsy $7(i7.50, yearlings $3,75(f4.60, wish them r. long and prosperous life. ward, Okla. Bill Sandera of Booik'-vlll- o and children wore visiting In this Saturday Lydn Levett Is with with her Elto.--, Mrs. Smith, of Rlch-PASSENGER TRAIN LFAVES RAIL8. Born to Mrs. Chan Lear, twin girls. papcreJ thtee rooms for J. W neighborhood, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Wlnu new- - Conwiiy this weeir. ml. Our Sunday School la Mac and Rupard Strong attended Their names aro Ida and Anna.-Orb- lu Anderson this week. Harvey BranMrs. Nora Wren Is clerk In J. il. nicely. Tho llttlo folkB will McAlester, Oklu. Mrs, Georgo W. Mrs. mmbert's storo ,ut present. Smith was visiting his father denburg and Miss Laura Ray were church at Cllfty, Sunday Thoro have an order of oxerclseo, Juno Lewis, of Kansas City, was killed nnd Cynthia Flanory has been visiting will bo meeting, June 22nd, In the .Everybody ia invited to eoine. and mother in Laurel, Saturday and married at tho bride's home at Major, 60 pussengers were Injured when MisSunday. The two children of Arthur Wednesday, May 22nd, tho Rev. 1. her father who lives In Jackson Co. grovo near Boone, conducted by the Several citizens from hero attend')! souri, Kansas & Texas Passenger McDanlc tro very poorly at present, W. Wills of Beattyvillo, officiating. Holiness. All are cordially Invited to Richmond Court last Monday. John Truln No. 9, southbound, was wrocked ISLAND CITY C. O. fcluCollum of Le,vi attended A, Blcknell sold a milk cow last week tlx miles south of hcr ut Halloy nitir uock Island City, May 27. Tho project attend tho services at 11 o'clock. Tho Drip Rock May 23. Several from the annual Ccmmunlon of tho Bapfor fruit Is fln'i In this part of tho R. Cornells:)!! of Copper Creek who for $70. A crowd from this witch.strikingwreck was caused by the train four horses, ono of this place nttended church at Sand tists at Macedonia, Sunday, and spent country. Wm. .Mays of Richmond U has boon quito sick Is slowly iplaco r.ttiTsdod Commencement ut which was thrown ugulnst a switch Spring, Sunday. Nat Harrison of Al- the night with his mother at this taking a week with home folks at Dr. Clbson of Richmond Berea, Juno 1th. They all repcrted stand wljh such force us to break corn was thru tills part last wool; place. J. K. Culton of Richmond fill present. Terrah Gentry, Leonard Ed passed thru Borne, Wednesday, a flno time. Tho llttlo eon of Claud stand und open the switch. The the canvasslug for Jailer. Married on ed an appointment at Rock Springs wards, and tho Misses Lllley Gentry, . CLIMAX Oliver who has had tho ,ineasles Is train, with tha exception of one tho 22nd Inst. Mr. Den Richardson of Church, Thursday and Friday of this Mattlo Chadwell, and Iona Gentry I, R, McCrackt-Climax, Juno 7. sleeper, left tho truck. ooino IMtor. A plnn East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Fighting Trachoma is bolng outlined by tin State Board of Health In connection with tho Rockefeller Commission to . . ,t ...... uuu.... ..uu ,.. - ROYAL Baking Powder is the greatest of - helps to perfect cake and biscuit making. Makes -- home baking pleasant and profitable. It renders the food more digestible and guarantees it safe from alum and all adulterants. I ,., Da-th- a. 1 rim - Sntur-Suiida- Recognized At Last - U-wl- royal-welcom- e Cun-agl- vls-Itl- o. 1 Eggs--Prim- - ed ri d, l. eu-tlr- n