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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 28, 1913 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1913 cit1913082801_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 28, 1913 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I3 1? ES I ID ENT ' S H E I? EA COMI' BER.EA PUBLISHING CO. iN:oitroiuTi:n) r.H.lor-ln-Chl- I3EI?EA COLLEGE KY OFFICE WM. G. FKOST, RUTH MtFALh, 0((lt. Uilor DEAN SLAGLE, Clrcul.llon Mn.ir " Krtnni at th fiat at llrrm, A'v., wl n Devoted to tlie Interests of tlie copy. MORE ROCKCASTLE FRIENDS A Citizen ZCoxintsiirL I'ltllDI.NI Knowledge is power md the way to keep up with modern knowledge is. to rend a good newspaper. People One Dollar a year. No. 0 Vol. XV. Five cents BKHKA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 28, 1013 COUNTY WORLD NEWS Berea's Public Schools The people of Berea have voted to have the best kind of public schools for their children. This means somewhat higher taxes, but the people believe the money will be well spent. That is one of the chief things we toil and earn money for the benefit of our children. And now it will take some very jjood head work to plan for these improved schools and really fet the full value of the money we put into. them. Can we get men who will handle this money honestly and free from all "raft"? Can we yet men who will patiently study the whole matter of school buildings and school management? The College is putting up a new Model School building. This has been a matter of study on the part of the College officers for many years. Several persons have been sent to visit school buildings in other places. Consultation has been held with careful educators in several different htates. Miss Howersox made special investigations last spring. A competent architect has been employed to give expert advice and make full drawings and specifications. And President Krost has been giving the matter his personal attention all summer. Now the town school buildings should be planned just as carefully as the college buildings. And all the citizens of Berea ought to go into this public school enterprise as they would for the building of a church house. Let the materials be furnished at the lowest price. Let the work be done in the most honorable and thorough manner. Let no man try to make money out of the public school and thus rob the children. UNITED STATES NEWS;IN vULSO.V ItLADS MI1S- - OUR OWN STATE Sl.twO.OOO Tin' rebel forces under Cnslro were romplclclv routed near Cmo, Ml I lit nlllrels WOI'O Vellolll'la i'siituri'il, including 0 Imw I wish I rnlilil recall all ami 'two nephews iiml a Iheir names ami Mm locations whore II MI Of Fl'l'lll'll llMl'I'I'S. M'i- juil as limy, lliey liM'il. THRACE A DESERT well, Can't lenlie Ihal Mm older I'he French writer Pierre l.oii. Iiiim gone lie.Miiiil ami tli.il in1. nl w riles In lhi Telegraph a many nf llm lad ami lnsms ha Kniiln' stni' or his vis'il lo Adrian grown gray. oplo nml I hi' adjacent legion. Tin' remember tin lliitilollos. I li;i i" devastation wrought by tin1 llitlgai- - ecii some of llii'iu since llm long mill is beyond rniieepl mil. Orgies' ago. Indeed oni' nf l he most ami massacres look place in every j the nint lielinc ileeil I ever wilne-i'- il village, was Hi'fiii moil b .loo lliinlcllo. ' 1)1 ( pl'ltllll- I'l 1' k It Sl'VOI'lll Al llm Ills' I'li'i'lnni at llickne.v ors vveie lifitlnl mi an ilaml and; Corner w!n'ie llm lloroans kXli'fl there In larvo. He protests Iheir voting after t In i against givuitf Adrinimplo liui'k In' wei iifranfliieil, a b:inil of forl InBulgarian. In lie Kll Kill men, suppo-c- d peace conference linl Klin- -, pannb-i- l ainii'il wild Tin' peace conference now in amuml Hie ntum" place all la, Mini al III'1 Hague is engaged ill I" Cnnlllen cnlmeil ami away from lim active I'oiisidernl ion of measures Ini' while aliiiIiiiniiiM I In' iiliohl ion "f win1'' ami anna-- 1 polls. After Hie polls were cneil '1'ln' pi'opli' nf all mil inni ami iiki-- I of the Helen nlers bail ini'iili an rigidly restive under Hie waste- - leliirili'il lioine Mih eeo oreurreil. , ill force A few fill expense mi'iiiTi'il In maintain j he moli rein- I folVOS iI p.Teaii"" i.- III whs nino'it: llii-n- i I im.. . ...den ful ly mil ' r ..in it i appointment, Hie iln be- SENOR DON ANGEL ALGARA l..ri., I.i ne ami In sltvllKtlieil Hie . .it.'f nf any weak ones hj my vimpli' I nnilil lint llli'll -- how I lie away wiiii.. real her by thai mob. -I w.i illniK ipnelb beliiml a liiu-i iak when I heard loud t :i Ik i ..' mi llnnllier stile. The talk lmiternlis anil lliieatelli'li: ami imn rnni'i'lil rated mln a MCl-.ii- 4 faNe accural mn ami einphalic .lenial. Ynu did." "I dlilnl." "Yon I ilnl iliilu'l." When I pit up to i'l will, it w.i and what il uieaul I McCulliim "lamliiiK with aw u k In Hie lice, be hail been la "til lip aLMIII- -t ll, entirely siil'l'nliuil-e- il h Dial "hnlKlIU mob, a ilimt man al bis right with a proal liii'kor eane in hi baud and bis i al his fare, a burly specimen .if Hie "poor while trash," who had probably never earned or owned a jai'k knife of Ins own, umv .ii'ineil with an iiniiieiM' briplil, h nil UK bowieknife in nue hand ami a preal rnlls revoher in I lie oilier try iii): to provoke Mi'l'ul-Iiii- ii Scnor Algara, the popular young In "mve bun Hie lie." whii'b first secretary and charge d'affaires of the Mexican embassy In Washing- was the Kentucky -- itmnl for bun In bepili -- In ml I11K ami I'UlllUK. ton, Is a busy man these days. a this eonllah sivined to approach the clunav .loe Hiirdelle .prank' t hroiiph the ranks into Hie NOTICE ri up of that mob with a revolver in C.amli'i' an unusually interIn litem In desist his liaiul. esting ai'i'inii'l of HK'k-:i- l li County from Iheir crui.' upon Ins brntlier-in-litasMill cxperienc" this week. ,i'.l week In an iiisl.'iiil the whole atlio liirni "Hark In Helen on Mm way tention was iurneil from McCiilluni In Jackou (.minty ." a Ill Hie saute In Ititnlelle. I Tin' Trail". At lain it visit by Mr. heav.v blnvv was struck, with bat Ta.Inr is i splendid summary of a heavv liicknrx club, at MrCiilliiiii which he dnilKi'il. In the moment llt weeks v.sil in England. Afli'r when the attention or Mm umb was .Mill road 'I takedown lln nbl English Ilislnr ivvicvv a lillli'. then diverted from llllll In llurdelte lie ivad llio arlii'le again ami see how skipeil away unharmed. There were Iwo Ilium's Unit saved iiiiii'Ii bi'tli'i- it is. liurdi'lle frnrn heum' shot lo pieces, The Home Course in Scientific lie was surroiimleil by menibers of Agriculture in out but wo have select- the mob and they could not .shoot ed u bettor line of matter for our bun with tlicu- - shotguns witlio.il agricultural puce. This week we give sliuoliuK nne aunlher. Another you an article on the poultry thing thai saved hun was Ihe inter-cessiIt Ih late in the season novvbut of a gentle, little constable .many have failed in their efforts to I think of Mint precinct from Kothis rea, wlin also sprang into the ri'ig make money raising chickens year. What we want to do is to and plead with them to desist. now while the causes of failure While lie was engaging Ihe mob's are still fresh in the mind and help alleiiliou, llui'ilette also skipped you to check up a nice bunch of cash awav. The last I saw of linn that at the close of next year's business. i lav was when he was slipping thru a rail fence like a jack rabbit into Ihe bushes pis hack of the crowd. CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE I did not see Met'.ulluiii again that day. I did not wait to see what PAGE ONK of the mob. Editorials. This .story is an eplsiid of News of the Week. days ami is nil' my present Muro Rockcastle Friends. history. plan In give Trans-A'lintA Visil. Hill vvhal a welcome I received hroth-T-ui-lnw 1 1 j j I I -I -I ll. j I castiio defeated Pioneer Election Scrap Emcorncss for Knowledge Church and School Founded. Geo. Candet. MINTI "(.KY GI.TS saoi: The President' message, which .m read lo belli houses of Congress .veslerday. sets forth the follow tug policy of peace: Xo armed intervention. Strict neiilralily "forbidding the exportation in arms or muiiillnns of war or any kind from Ihe United Slides lo any part of the lleptihlic of Mexico." I 'nder mi circuiiislances lo bu "the lpartisan nf either party lo lln itest that now ilislracls Mexico, or coiis ilule nui'M'lves the virtual umpire between Mielll." To urge all Americans to leave Mexico al ome and assist litem lo gel away .it every way possible. To let over one in Mevicii who assumes n exercise aiillioritv know that Ibis government "shall vigilantly wa'cll Ihe loll ti nes or those Americans who can not gel away and shall 'mhi responsible for Iheir suffering-- ! and losses lo a definite reckoning" llm persons lo blame. Negotiations for the friendly medial ion of Ihe I'tuteil Slates are open lo Ihe i.ssiunplioii al any time upon the initiative of either this counlr.v ccordmg to Ihe latest renorl from the Treasury Deparlincnt al Wash ington Mie Louisville Hanks are lo receive approximately $1,000.1)00 of Ihe crop moving mods while t.ev- inglon Hanks gel about !5.I50,000 Only six other or ihe Southern Stales receive more Mum Kentucky. .Mayor Cassiily of li.xinnlnn .,w Ifon appointed as one of the live roiMilulfnir a commission to pass upon Ihe ciiininercial paper offered as seciirily ror Ihe ileposils. Senator Bradley hns been in very poor health during the present ses- m"i "i i gross inil his ifelonnina- Imn carried him (,ni ., scathing criticism of Hie nendilli: TarilT llill" Tuesday. He sisleiicies in lb,. Democratic uro gram ami predicts a repetition or disaster which he says has always lotioweii democratic rule. The NEW HANK FOII WIIITKSBURG RIIADI.EY ROUSES SENATE Whifcsburg Hank launched mln business in that city Aug. Hub. Fust day's business amounted In deposits (,f .1(1,000. W. II. Con rl ncy or Winchester is cash- First Natioml or ier. AMIS Mexico. 'in Good Neighbors " Good fences make good neighbors." This is an old saying, but it is not very wise. Good fences keep people from quarreling, but a good neighbor ' does more than not to quarrel! A good neighbor refrains from tattling and talebearing, but that is not much. A good neighbor helps in time of need, that amounts to a good deal more. A good neighbor does a little more than his share of and pay for the preacher. A good neighbor takes an interest in every child in the neighborhood. A good neighbor is ready to accept an office in Sabbath School or district or county, but if not selected for office he is just as ready to take his place in the ranks and stand by the men who are in office. Now there are more good neighbors than we often think people who are ready to do such things if they only (hired and were acquainted. Too often when we think of our neighbor we think first of his faults. Perhaps they are faults he has gotten rid of, but we remember them. What we need is to know our neighbors better. Good acquaintance makes good neighbors. road-making, - llii-i- Foreign Governments are backing Al Ihe -- lose of a preliminary exup Ihe United Stales in the pres- amination or Ihe alleged conspiracy ent altitude and il is predicted that or Mrs. Tymaiida Callahan, widow or lliierta will ilim il at an early lal". Ed Callalnn. ami her brother, Edward Dealon, in the recent murder or Givenlmry i; OLIVER P. NEWMAN bs, Mrs. Callahan was released. Denton is slill being held ror nctmn or the grand jury miller a heavy bond. lluancial institutions, the Breathitt County Hank and the Hargis Commercial Hank an- - lo be consolidated Sepl ImI. under the corporate name or Hargis Commercial Bank and Trust Co. w ttli a capital of $73,000. FAIR FOR LETCHER HANKS COMBINE Ureal hill County'. two prosperous CALLAHAN ACfJUITTEn 1. a .in-iie- Extensive preparations are being made for a County Fair to be held at Jenkins, Letcher County, Friday. Many specimens of lino minerals will I n exhibition along with Ihe agricu'liiral products. This is Letcher's lirst attempt at (lie enterprise. KENTUCKY'S LUMBER PRODUCTION A recent report from the Census Bureau stales that Kentucky has produced lillA'iHi M feet (board measure the past year. This shows a .slight increase over last year's out put but is far short of the production of Itlio. Kentucky now twenty-sixt- h ranks aiming the Mr. Newman, the newspaper man lumber producing states. whom President Wilson appointed one SPECIAL II DGi: APPOINTED of the three commissioners of the DiBon. Geo. C. Welib, one of Lexingstrict of Columbia, Is still being fought by the local Democratic politicians. ton's leading lawyers, has been apThey assert Mr. Newman has not lived pointed as special judge of Kenton long enough In the District to be eli- County Circii'l Court lo hear argugible, though the attorney general has ments in itm cases of Circuit ruled otherwise. Judges Trncv and llabersoti against Scripps-MeRa- e and the Post pubGARRISON'S HI.UNDKR lishing companies. Tho sum nf was Cousideruhli excitement ."i0,000 is involved. aroused among olllcials at WashNEWSPAPER SOLD ington this wick when Secretary of The published al told an audience at War Gam-o- n Fort Logan, Colorado, that the Mnlillesborn was sold recently at whole I'niled States Army was but public, sale The property brought little belter tkin tho New York police $2,000. LONDON MAN GETS POSITION force. It is only :i;),(KH) strong ami Mr. J. L. Yaden of London has acils present unprepared comiition makes it until for immediate action. cepted a position as principal of a Tlio.se raising the strongest objec- high school in Georgia for the cointion admit that his statements are ing year. ' true but consider it as a serious SIDE WALKS FOR HAZARD blunder to make such public at a The town of Hazard has recently time when the Mexican situation is let a contract to a Conreeto Conreaching a ci isis. st ruction Co. of Greenville, Ivy., to PANAMA CANAL build sidewalks ou its four most The destruction of the Miralloics proiiiuionl. strode. dike removes the only barrier beINDICTMENTS IN LETCHER tween the Mirallores locks anil the Last week the Letcher County Pacillc ocean three miles away. gruuil jury returned II'.) indictments Heavy dredges will remove speedi- at Ihe end of a twelve days session. ly tho earth loosened by the ove"-tliro- AMERICAN MECHANICS AT JACKof the dike and make a clear SON channel for vessels of twelve feet I'ive hundred Juniors of Mm draft. Only two such obstructions United American Mechanics will now remain in Ihe whole length of uieel, Sepl. 2nd, for a three day sesIhe Canal. sion at Jackson, Ky. News-Record, vv ,.'" iit knew you and you knew me: if both if us could clearly see, Anil with an inner sight divine the meaning i if your heart and mine, I'm Mire that we would differ less and clasp our hands in Iricndline.HP, Our thoughts would pleasantly agree il I knew you and you knew me. II I .Yi.von Wutrman. . - A TRANS-ATLANT- VISIT The Beauties of England Historic Scenes Greets the Osbornes. H. E. Taylor. busi-nou- lie-K- he-ca- post-heliu- m aiile-hellu- m ie PAGE TWO Paragraphs. Sunday School Lesson. Ti'inpcrani'i' PAGE THREE What. When and How to Eat. Tim Easier a Teetotaler. PAGE FOUR in the old mountain home of Mm iocal News. PAGE FIVE Local Items. Tim Traino Traiis-Allanlh I Nurse. Visit (Cow.) PAGE SIX New Story. PAGE SEVEN Ideas For Mainly Hoys. Intensive Farming. Successful Poultry Raising, PAGE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky News. I loo tie's (iap - ou Ihe Hound Stone was il? Then liu'tlmr on, on my way to llm Ciiiiiiinngs appointment, whore I used In slop, lived a man by Ihe name of iro"ii who interested mo much. He was a sample nf many mountain people who thirst for knowledge. He could not read, and was so distressed to see others reailing to themselves that he would gel up and go out of the house rather Mian endure the deprivation of iut hearing litem read, lie once said In mo- - pointing to a small sied backlog, -- "I would rather stand and bold Hint log on my shoulder and hear a man read than sit and see him read lo himself." I enjoyed reading In him. I do not remember about his fam'. lliudeltes I think nut beyond Marked. Contlnun) on Pgt I'ive much real is wonderful joyment can he crowded into live weeks. We had studied carefully in past years the districts in Great lint a i n which we were now lo visit in person. Leaving He rea the latter pari of June we sailed on the new German steamer. Iiuperalor. from New York, reaching quaint old Plymouth six days later. 'o have been much on Ihe Aliunde and twice on the I'acillc hut never before have we .seen so calm a sea. W'e were a little disappointed not to have a storm as we were aiivmus In see just how our great vessel (fjO.IMMI Ions, fhe largest alloal would behave. Tim steamer itself was most comfortable with lis elevators, gymnasium, grill, swimming pool, orchestra, dining room, llower conservatory, library, just like a great big Imtel with all for six thousand people. Just imagine almost as many as the eulire city nf Itichmomll All were as sociable as one big family. The experience of a new country is a sensation rather than an explanation. The niehilecture, I'm landscape, the climate, (overcoats most of the lime1 Mm iiietlmds of farming, the form o vvorshjp, the beautiful leafy lanes or roadways with high hawthorn hedges on either side, fu glove and puppies everywhere in L'liglaml ami beaut heather in Scotland, all leave an imprint upon one's mind which years will not efface. History ami romance arc, so inler- II Imw en- woven w ith every fool of English soil, that I scarcely know where to begin. At Plymoiiih the old rocky wharf, now marked by a brass lab-l- et where Ihe Pilgrims set sail for the new world, brought lo mind Ihe heroic words of Mrs. Ilemaiis: "What sought I hey thus afar. Height jewels of Ihe mine, .The wealth of seas, the spoils of war? faith's pure shrine." I probably wanted to see Stone llenge. Stoke I'ogis and Oxford more than all Ihe rest of L'tiglaud. Stone llenge because it represents the bed, ginning of things historical in as the Pyramids do in Egypt. The old slone pillars. Ihirly-tvv- o in number, together with the slone where liuiuiii sacrillco was niado by the old Druids just at sunrise ou the longest day in the year, stand on a piece of ground now owned by Sir Edmund Antrohus, who also owns live thousand acres just in the x trinity of Ainesbtiry. Ten nf Ihe old Druid burial mounds are also carefully preserved here. Sloke Pogts, the iiiaint little church graveyard immortalized by Grey in his famous Elegy, gives one a peculiar feeling nf reverence as he Ihrcads his way between Mm "turf heaps" where 111.; "rude forefathers of Ihe hamlet sleep" and where "Each in his narrow cell forever more is laid." The old sexlou gave us a small branch of the famous old yevv dee. colOxford with ils twenty-tw- o leges, makes one great University, surrounded by great elm trees hundreds of years old and grass as rich and soft and Unify as a green vol vol Nay! they sought a Kug-lan- MISSOURI ROAD DAYS The work done by 250,000 men Jn Missouri Road days completed L'tH) miles of roadway which il is estimated would have cost the Slate at The Governor of least i?l,!j00,000. Kansas will issue a call for I wo general road days as a result of tho success in Missouri, MEETING OF GOVERNORS The trial at Whitoshurg resulted i to live years for James Anderson for shooting J. M. Wright on Booncs 'oik a year ago. in from tw Gov. MeCreary ofTors 200 rowan! for Bolivcr Stone, charged with the murder of Clove Tliomassou at Temple Hill, Ky. Continued ou I'sgc Fie Governors of States are met in conference in Colorado Springs. II is useless to statu that This New Yoik is not represented. confi'ienco vvus begun at the suggestion of President Roosevelt. (Conlinu! on I'sge llilit) Twenly-llv- e The twelfth ber ; annual reunion of Gen. J. II. Morgan's brigade will be behl at Olympian Springs Septem- and . On Sepl. r.Uli Ihe citizens of Somerset 'u o called upon to vole on the whiskey iuestiou again. Page Two. man life there U a cage of some tort For ages and ages men and women have been triiltdltig these cases, brae- famllj newspaper for all that Is right, lng them with (he tan of experience. looking tlii'iii with the enl of viiloin. true and Interesting Why. then, do men thrust their pwbli-h1 ir.lj t Merea K itf hands Into mi!p? It Is the taking nf the chance that BEREA PUBLISHING CO. does the mischief. It Is the spirit of (tm,irprntr,li adventure In the human hrett Itlchtly WM. G. FROST. Edrtor4ivOief directed, the spirit scales the mounRUTH McFAU, Office Editor tains and stands In the sun of glory DEAN SLACLE, Circulation Maiuter and honor and hope Misdirected, the spirit prompts the Subscription Rates hi) mu to tempt the wildcat. If you are scratched don't blnmc the in Oaf Year I' m beast Put the blame where It be- Mi MMM jj longs on yourself. THE CITIZEN REUNION AND EXPOSITION CALL 4, Aumist 28, 1913. The Citizen ot Every Drunkard Was at One Time a Moderate VISITORS INTO THE SUNNY SOUTH Encampment of G. A. R. at Chattanooga anrl Drinker. H JAMES J. ; IMMTIONAL SUNMTSfflOOL 11 . uvsi Wnf.i uuuuuai vuuaci vauuii JLiAjJUdlUUIl III IyIIUa- ville are Twin Events in Two Southern Cities But Short Distance Apart OF BIG rcu ii H-H-- H-H-- T corbett owes his life to abstaining.! Pugilist Champion Hat Touched Liquor In Years. By Lesson nr r. ' In One The Moody lllble In. alltute of I'hlcaao.) hki.'.kkh, Director of K. LESSON FOR AUGUST 31 ISRAEL AT SINAI. JAMES J. CORBETT. sent 4m$v Chaftresl Sessl mocry Ofckr I Haft. bj- - at risJrteM Mow) Letter or oftc and two Wn)KkM i three '! A FEW DEFINITIONS. Snubbers and the snubbed One who writes with ( ONE tut ctetr jrowr TJie 4Mc after vihi rMm within number cm lht hos to If it t net after l ftht fnmil Society BUILDINGS CONSERVATION OF NATIONAL EXPOSITION, KNOXVILLE given be lecture on tetiivr-.iueforo the Wliltestone brunch of tin Woman's Christian Temperance union has caused a lot of amusement among .My my friends. Plagiarist steel tion . one Ihfnielf forrale Advertising m ite MKitprl term. gen sertpttm for u. a Ut-ef- iUlh uDl!wi if ' . a e early bvripi.oii. mi who nv ue tra- - rti.r obtain sew tending it four The Otin free rroposal A short sentence generally lead to a lone one that r itip' a'un mclb Civil Service What you don't get in many hotels If you fall to tip. IMpe of ' Peace Not the kind generally smoke In the house. hus-band- Gossip What one woman says about another before the other gtts a chance to say It about her KKNTIXKV PRHvi ASSOCIATION j Elaborate plans Held simultaneously in the South Chattanooga reunion Unfortunately It often happens that this year are two great events that for the entertainment of these visitors "What extraordinary uncertainties the work exhibits! Every day some the man who Is most fond of his home It Is mean much to the people of that sec- have been made in Knoxvllle. new fact comes to light, some new ob- - never succeeds anywhere else, tion of the country and that mean uougnt tnal a great majority ot the ob-- 1 tacle which threatens tho gravest visitors from tbe North win want to North. avail A woman is apt to believe everv- - much to the people of the traction. I suppose this Is the reason themselves of the opportunity which makes tbe game bo well worth thing her husband tells her until she These two events are of seeltg the New South on display at playing." has been married at least two weeks The encampment of the Crand Army the National Conservation Exposition. Heroic soul! If the thought be not of the Ilepubllc In Chattanooga, Tenn., and they will be enabled to do this In Irreverent let us say of him: CHARLES M. GALLOWAY most cases without additional cost of from September 13 to, 20. Like him of Galilee, he died and won. The National Conservation Exposl- - railroad fares and In other cases at a Amid hardships and privations such tion that is being held In Knoxvllle, verJr 'mall additional cost. as few men can think of, much less There are many reasons why, when Tenn.. Just a short distance away from experience, he wrote: Chattanooga, from September 1 to No- - 'he ,r'P t0 Chattanooga for the G A "This Is the reason which makes the encampment Is taken, that ever) vember 1 frame so well worth playing." traveler should avail himself or herAfter a lapse of fifty years years se, Qf tfae opportunltJr of tlslUnK And be played the game fair and square, and he died observing the rule that have whitened the hair and bent Knoxvllle and the National Conserva of heroism not to flinch, not to falter, the forms of the gallant Hoys In Blue tion Exposition, and conversely there not to despair, but to "seek, to strive, who fought so well for the preserva- are many reasons why visitors coming to find and not to yield." tion of the Union, they are going south South primarily to visit the exposition Of such are tbe earth's salt! of Mason's and Dixon's line for their should go to Chattanooga for the re- Are you seeking a pole In your life? reunion. Tbe Grand Army of the Jle- - union Are you pursuing a goal which you public is going South for its reunion Exposition Big Attraction. think will repay you for the finding?, on the fiftieth anniversary of the sanIf yon are. be of good heart, for you First of all, there Is the exposition guinary battles that were fought on Itself to be considered. cannot meet obstacles so great as tbose At the Nawhich Scott found and overcame. the heights around Chattanooga. The tional Conservation Exposition the He found the pole, but he died on his i Grand Army is going South to partake progress of the ew South In the last way back. The frozen antarctic was I )"ars will be graphically and of Southern hospitality, to see the fe too much for his weakened body, but The exposition will marvelous changes that a half century' strikingly shown could not overpower his soul. " ttle mB event 01 lb ',,ar ln thP has wrought In tbe South. If you die after finding your pole, u ,''e ,Kr?,P" "P0.8"'0" Nowhere In the country will these So,1,h' provided your quest Is worthy of the ever held south . It has . , .... ' approval of your world. It will honor ,' been designed for a purpose, and that accorueu a more nearly anil a more purpose has for Its aim and object the you as the great world now honors genuine welcome than in tbe South. betterment of the condition of every Scott No matter where they go they will be man. woman and child in the United Tbe game of life, as the game of exploration. Is worth playing. Play up. welcomed by men as white and as Slates play up, and play the game! Seek the To the visitors from the North the bent as they are and these men will goal earnestly, unyieldingly, unwilling wear the gray. There will be no ani- railroad rates that are offered In conto glvo up. And may you write In mosity felt. Instead, there will bo cor- nection with the (5 A It encampment your diary at Its close, ns Scott did In Charles M. Galloway of South Car- dial handclasps and a recounting o( an-- t the Conservation Exposition are bis: very attractive The exposition manolina, who succeeds William Wash"I suppose this Is the reason which burn as member of tho United States wartime stories when they meet not agement has secured very low rates as foes upon a field of battle, but as for the entire period of the makes the game worth playing." civil service commission, It a former brothers and citizens of a reunited show ; the men financing the national The world may learn of Scott lessons newspaper man and has been secreencamp country. In antarctic exploration. Every man tary to Senator E. D. Smith of South llkewUe have merit in Chattanooga Chattanooga Is Proud. in tno world may read In the story of Carolina. secured low ratf s for that big event his life lessons of worth In playing the It takes less than four hours to make Chattanooga Is proud ot the honor game. If ladles be but young and fair of being allowed to entertain the the run from Chattanooga to Knox They have the gift to know It. Travelers from Grand Army of the Republic, to show vllle, or vice versa rOOLISH? YES, BUT HUMAN. Shakespeare the veurans of the North the old bat the North coming South by way of the That was a funny little verse in the Maids must be wives and mothers to ti ,,ron,u nn wl.irh utm viihi Southern railroad out of Washington paper the other day: fulfill war's scars Inflicted flftv vear. auo tn will find Knoxvllle on the direct route TV entire and holiest end of woman's do everything In its Ha put his hand between the. bars Dower to make the lo 1 "aiianoogn. u nas oeen arrangeu To aee if wildcats scratch being. reunion of these veterans growing u,al BlPv"r privileges at unoxvine. And got It covered o'er with scars Prances Anne Kemble. be secured for the asking, and this fewer and fewer in number as the With neatness and dlapatch. years roll and memorable in w" en,al1 no additional expense. Trav Of course he KNEW that wildcats olt'rs com'3B South by way of Clncln PEPPER AND SALT every way. would scratch. That's their nature, ma"y Instances will be routed; In connection with the rei.ninn nf na" and he bad no reason to thluk they The man who sat down on the spur, the (J. A. It., in Chattanooga, it Is for t0 Chattanooga with a return by w ay would make an execution in his case. will never do It tunate that at the same time the Na- ol ""a"""', ana travelers ny oilier Hut the verse reads he wanted "to of tno moment tional Conservation Evtiosltlon will h routes can make the return trip to see If wildcats scratch." Purdun us. "gain In progress In Knoxvllle. distant from Knoxvllle and the exposition at a very ne uiun't want to see air. Autnor; amiiuonai cost no it win oe Josh Hillings says: "Laff every time Chattanooga Just 111 miles by rail. THAT at all. Ho wanted to see If they yu pheel tickled and laff onoe tn Therefo-- e It Is that Knoxvllle. the 8een that Insofar as cost or expense' would scratch HIM. awhile ennyhow " exposition city of the South. Is extend-- 18 concerned there is no reason why And they did. Inc a cordial Invitation to Northern every Northern visitor to the South He didn't get Ins bund out In time. That was a truly human tombston e men ami wnmen tn vioii t rtiv Hr. this fall should not avail himself or Of course he tried, hut the wildcats tvere quicker than tho tluxor muscles that bore tbe Inscription: "I expected lng tbe two months that tbe gates of ner8olf of Ul Kreal opportunity thus "u,u,:u ul this, but not Just yet." lu his urm. iiuu the National Conservation Exposition nooga, but also Knoxvllle, where the will he onen Ho Just wanted "to take a chance." New South will be on display as never O pif... Somehow It seems, that there ore Irn th smiih . lng and torn. Half a century ago tbs berore ln lu nUtory many persons going about poking their HEALTH HINT FOR TODAY. South was prostrate. hands Into wildcats' cages. Onoen When peace, Was a Union Stronghold. ft ft or thf lnnc atrntrilA waa AaniavAA awbllo they get their hands out In Care of the Scalp. Chattanooga is rich In Its historical 'l th Komi, was deaointeit time, and the snarls of the wildcats When the hair begins to thin Today the South is progressive and' aBBoclatlona; so Is Knoxvllle. are echoed by the laughter of the hu ot a le around the buck of the neck and anu to a degree. mans The South ol vl"e, wa lhe on the temples It Is u danger sigof LonK' today Is the New South, proud of her-- ' battle beiwfeu. ,he Koollsb laughter! I so u hulr tonic nal. and masself, proud of the country of which she! Btreet and the trooPslof "urnsldo Just For most of tho time the claws of sage the sculp every day. Don't fifty yeara ago. It Is In the very heart iB . Dart the beast are too quick and sharp and rub the fingers over the scalp like And bo it is, that when the tide ol!of lb "Slon that was Intensely and the band is scratched and torn. Often mud uiid rub off what hair is the damage goes deeper, and tbe man Northern travel is turned toward the! un8'n8n'y unIn "J " aentlment dur- Inclined to slay or the new tbat ouu la",u lno ,ace 01 lne pays for his temerity with his life. South, In Septomber when the vet "'8 l" Is trying to grow That Is not of erans and others who are taking ad fact that an e8PU8al When we fool with forbidden pleas . miissiige Place the lingers firmly vantage ot tne very low rates of rail- thu itnlnn nr InAf HmA nlrnv. warn ires, when we tempt fortune In mi on the sculp uud with a rotary road fare offered for this trip, It Is for set with great danger, tallowed and Illegal ways, when we motion work all over the head, There are hundreds and huntunate that tbe reunion and the Na trifle with our health, we thrust our moving the scalp with every rotional Conservation Exposition, ln dreds of old soldiers still living bands Into wildcats' cuges. tation uf the fingers. It Is neces-siirKnoxvllle, should dovetail In as they! wno 'ou8ht ,n the Eastern Ten Sometimes we pull back In time, to keep the scalp fairly every one of do. Tbe exposition will be the means nessee campaign. Most often wo gft scratched. Tbe looxe if you want the hair to ot showing to these visitors from tht these men will want to revisit this secwildcats scratch us Just as they lmv grow maimed others. North In concrete form and better than tion ot the South. Dut the great run Of any written words could do Just what visitor will want to visit Knoxvllle exceptions. There are no tbe South has accomplished In tbe way also, not because of Its historical asIa tbe safeguards thrown around Shifting the Responsibility. sociations alone, but because of th ot ln fifty years. human perils, lu tho words of advice Miss Hocksey Oh, papa, why do yon fact tbat In tbat city while tbe encampof older and wiser persona than 1,000,000 Visitor To Knoxvllle. ment of the old Hoys 'u Ulue Is on Jutt in the teachings of our own wish mo to marry the kind of man who Knoxvllle, tbe metropolis of Eastern a few miles away the gates ot tbe only experience, w aee tbe cages which can get money out of tbe other fellow) Wo thrust our Old Hocksey Because, dear, tbeu be Tennessee, U preparing to entertain national exposition In tbe country this confine tbe wildcats. hands Into them at our peril. won't be trylug to get it out of me- .- thousands and tbousandB ot visitors year will be open and there Is to be from the North before and after th seen the triumphant South on display Tor every wildcat which beseta hu-- jujjj. THE GAME WORTH PLAYING. All the tales of heroism here not been told; all the deeds of heroic endeavor have not been suns. 'Though much is taken, much remains," says Tennyson's "Ulysses." There are still worlds to bo conquered, heights to be attained, distinctions to be achieved. If you haven't yet forgotten Scott Scott, the antarctic explorer, who, dy- lng, set England's name higher among tbe nations read this from hU diary: Impressionist One who apparently lays his canvas on his palette full of colors and takes an impression JUST MUSINGS ers are mighty scarce If all the world's a stage, the back- r' . Liberal Arts Building at the South's Great National Exposition. . Love makes the world go round, and even divorce Isn't always on the the National Conservation Exposition that is being held this this Kail In Knoxvllle, Tenn., the great ne" South that has made such tremendous progress along all AT lines In the last few years Is on dis play as never before In her history To visitors from the North this exposition affords a most excellent opportunity of seeing the New South as she is I square ', - - m' by-h- appy "'" ' ih-i- vir mh. Knox-patrioti- tr?T ' j ... ... ' ""'e I I 1 Philadelphia to a hospital, where! The Highest Source. I. "A peculiar treasure," vv. they examined me mid found that my appendix had broken and tierltonltls Thus far there has been no law to bad set In. The surgeons said I would guide tbe Israelites except the word not live through the night. Well, here of God by the mouth of the prophet. I am alive and well again As a nation they must have laws and I During my convalescence asked the proper time has now arrived to the doctor what (lulled me through promulgate those laws Hut it is neo "Your wonderful constitution and vl- esaary to Impress the nation with the) source, tbe tallty," he replied sacrednis and the "You are not a drinking man. are, strength of law Its source Is thn r highest- - God. Its sacrrdnesa Is In thn you?" the asked. "No." I said. 'nature of Its source God, Its strength "I thought not." be returned. "If Is tn the matter of their obedience. you nan ieeii you would be a deadj "Moses went up" and "the Ixrd man tiMny " called " When we seek the place of In the Nevada bank In Sau Fran- separation from man and thn place Cisco In which I was a clerk the vice' of teclualon with God wo may expect president was a drinking man When 'to hear him calling us, (Jat. 4 8.) I first noticed him he was only a very Once before God bad called to Moses moderate drinker, but each year he got In this place (3.4) and Mosra was to drinking more and more until the' taken by surprise. Now It Is the man sixth year, my last In tbe Institution of experience who Joyfully seeks tb before leaving to become a pugilist. that he may receive a message for his waiting people. God begins That year he was drinking heavily. Many times at tbe solicitation of tbe by reminding him of hie acts tn Egypt man's wife I went around to dives In and at the Hed Sea (v 4) and by hit San Francisco and took him borne. fUure, "eagle's wings," hn empba-Thiof course did not set a very good sixes the fact tbat none else but to the clerks In the bank, hovah wrought this deliverance. Even who were naturally Inclined to look as the eagle bears Its young upon Ita up to and emulate a man occupying wings so has be borne out of Egypt so important a position. this nation which it as yet but a babe. It is yet to be, however, his peculiar About fifteen years after I left the bank I was sitting In my cafe on treasure and upon one condition only They are to be a obedience. Hroadway. In New York, one night, f prleats, persons with a right in staggered an Intoxicated man. aon to God, spiritual sovereign very seedy In appearance and with dls acce-sbeveled hair and bloodshot eyes. He, nd a holy nation set apart to p recalled out. "Hello. Jimmy Corbett" I serve the knowledge and worship of " bey obey his voice went up to him. looked closely st him 'A peculiar treasure," on the con. for several moments and was horrified to recognize In that liesotted creature dltlon of obedience Israel was his the man who was formerly vice presl- peculiar people, how sad that they dent of a large bank and iwissessed """T departed from that lofty prlvl-o- f a comfortable fortune The poor leg. In this present age It In the fellow was completely down and out church which Is called out to be a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, I gave him some money, and I haven't nation and the peoplo for "n seen him since (I Peter 2 9. Any man who would not profit by 0ou'8 owr possession. V ; Tit 2 14; Eph. I ll H. V; an example of that kind must be 10 s,tpv 5 10; 20 6 It. V.) crazy It certainly was a wonderful A sanctified people, vv. lesson to me. and I have never taken That the Israelites might believe I hail occa-a drink since that night slonally taken a glass of beer or wlnu Moses forever. God was to come and before that but now I am a teetotaler converse with him from a thick cloud Have I any message for the young' Hefore this took, place, however, they ! mut cleanse themeelves. sot guards men of today? Yes. and here It Is: Young man. nev.r taka the first about th" mountain lest any draw too 1 drink. I know that it takes a lot ot "r"r "nu uo " lo uon,n v to men an never made to moral courage for a young man who haa iuai com. to a nnil itv and i,;bOse who with lust In their hearts going out with frienda to rafuaa invi cling to their sins. Trumpet Not Material. tations to drink, he is called a Ruoa III. A wonderful revelation, vv. and guyed unmercifully, but if ha ex God's descent was signalized by erciees the moral courage to refuse to nhlMI rtt .r.n.l.,,. n .. .1 touch the stuff ha will congratulate l.v,rv that imagination can concelvo. The himself laUr. burning mountain suggests tho con suming fire to tbe transgressors of ABSTAINERS PREFERRED. the law about to bo revealed. The booming thunder and flashing lightDrinking ning Moat Employers Contider amid the stillness of tho wilder-netHabits In Hiring Men. would arouBe universal attention, The United States commissioner of and has not tho law thus labor made an Investigation Into tho attention of ages? Thoattracted the enveloping question as to what extent thu fact of cloud reminds us of another mounbeing a uniikitig man tiara a man rrotu tain experience, see Matt. 17 C, Thn obtaining employment trumpet emphasizes the supernatural, Circulars of inquiry were sent to that It was other than a material 7,000 employing concerns, all of which trumpet blown by human breath. Head a ro representative in their lines ot In connection with this lesson Isa. 6. business. There were 0.U70 replies re-- Our God Is not alone a God ot love, .uuc but he Is a being of Infinlto majesty tho drink habit Into consideration In and holiness, "a consuming tire," Heb. employing new men The reason given 12 29. Too ofton wo havo presented by most Ls that it Is simply a business an emasculated God; wu need to emprecaution, The employer ls liable for phasize In this day, both sides of damages done by accident lu his estab- character At least two locations hi are lishment, and It is only prudent to em- pointed out, each of sufficient area ploy men with clear beads. to accommodate those gathered unTho reason ls a good one and should der Moses' leadership (v. 17). Though be pondered by every worktngman. be trembled (Heb. 12:21) yet be apTo have a reputation as a sober man proached with confidence, I John ls distinctly lu a man's favor In ob- 3:21, this Interview taining work, and In these days of In- sooner had he gone awith Ood. No little way up tense competition every man who the mountain than ho orderod to reto prosper will see thu necessity turn in order to keep the peoplo from aa a bit of business prudence for avoid- breaking through tbe bound to gaxe, ing tbe drink habit. vv. 21, 22, 8ummary. The murmuring at (ch. 17) seem Incredible so oon after tbe song ot Muses (ch. 16) THE DANGER OF EXAMPLE. and the eupply of manna (ch. If), yet how soon darkness make us forfpiIK greater the character, re get tbe brlgbtnes ot bygone light, lm. spectability and Influence of rutnent danger to forget previous detbe moderate drinker tbe more liverance. Man alone cannot cope powerful his example for evil, with these emergencies; Ood alone for be ls practically advancing can provide, and advocating tbe fallacious God's revelation and theory that the use of alcoholic declaration have In this dispensation beverages lu moderation Is safe. been repeated ln almost Identical lan healthful and respectable and V guage to the heavenly people, tbe thus leading tbe young and In- church of Christ. (1 Pet. HI experienced Into fatal error. method, though seemingly stern, are tnoae or grace and mercy, PVPPPPPPPPPVPPPPPPPPP In dix-tos king-whes strange t tin t a puglll.it should talk on riii' securing of water at Mount I totemperance rch, tho battle with the Amalekltr I don't think there Is nuythiiig funny -. about It A great many people think nd the visit of Jcthro, Moses' ar the Intervening events that because a man la n pugilist lie this and last week's lesson. A must certainly be a drinking man. suggestion as to the historicity of thn That is a false Impression. 1 know n great many pugllKs who Exodus slory le Indicated in verso "In the third month," do not drink, and one of that class l hf the lesson them am not tho words of an ImposJames J Corbett. Take a good look at me. I will U tor but of tho careful historian. The years old next September. Plc. Mount Sinai, was a familiar one It was at the base of this I know I don't look it. for I nm taken to Moses. for thirty-tilor thirty six every day. range or mountains, "at tho back of How do I do It? TemtH'ttiueo and the. desert." that he had met and received his commission from God. clean llvlng-tha- l's the nnswer Ijist October I wns stricken with, Br 3 112. Act 7 30. 3S.) Let us appendicitis, cnrrled out of my hotel' consider the entire chapter father-in-law1 forty-sevee ' They seem to ithlnk ! J t.KHSON TKXT-- Kf ua have grace OOI.DKN TKXT hereby we may offer service well-pleani: tu 1hI with reverence and awe" it Heb IS H It V "It 1. h'r - i. "ltlna " IS-2- 5. I inw. uiw do-sir- 1 f 2:. THE CITIZEN (F7 Page Three. elimination from tlio animal body. Is a source of hent or stliiiulntlon Hint furnishes no energy. AND Aside from the local fever produced by the uric ncld which Is residual In nient. It takes considerable energy and body bent to cast nut mid dispose of tills 70 per cent of wnsto matter. Tills hent must bo mnde nnd (bis energy expended In addition to or In excess of that required In the dally work. One Cause of Sunstroke. Sunstrokes and Heat ProsAll grain products, bread, pastries, trations May be Due to macaroni, breakfast fissls. etc., belong to the stnrrh family, mid these constiImproper Eating. tute the principal diet of n large ma Jorlty of people both winter and sum By EUGENE CHRISTIAN, f. S. I). mer These nro ull heat producing foods, nnil If the body does not need theiii the surplus which cannot he used tCnryrlKlil. I1J liy Aihrrloiiti I'rwt undergoes decouiKisltlon. which proin duces what we call iiulolutoxlcntloii normal temperature of tlic Tims the circulation Is milrkcncd. InmI.v N iilmiit W de the heart Is worked overtime, the blood V en ii exist only becomes superheated In the effort of Life u Willi a range (if iilxmt 10 de- nature to rid the body of these- - poisons I". press We are iilnriuod If the I'lln This Is disease. On the other hand. If Icnl thermometer nIuiwn n change In digestion mid assimilation nro good mid tin? temperature of our blood of two the Ik iily stores them up In the form of degree. fnt. this Iks'oiiick one of the primary When ue rimxicliT t lie narrow rouse cnuses of sunstrokes nnd heat pros of teiiipomttiioi it hln which liiiinnn trillions life run exist iimi uljo consider tliat This group of fisids need not be disthe tfiiiuTiiturc of tlio iiliuoMplicro In continued or eliminated from the diet ilch no lite often changes more tluili entirely, hut the (inutility should he J degrees during tln eiir It enn ho limited to the amount the body actuikIII) M'i'ii how liiiHirtmit It Ii to ally needs This Is the true science of keep tlio blood ut mi even teiiiieriitiiru feeding which nil should understand. In ii eoiintr) where the ntmo!plicrlc The mild soda fountain drink, cold ctm lire mi great 11 the wonderfruit Juices and ices are all good, but ful niiJiiMiiicnt or the liiiinnn lo.ly. sweet drinks should lie avoided during however. tliN run he done very easily hot weather If wo will olxerve n few nlmplu InwB The Value of Pure Water. Hint rout nil Imdy lient. The most ImOf all drinks plain cold water Is the portant of iIkm' Iiiwm Is Hint of nutri- best If an abundance of cool wnter tion (food unit drluki. was drunk amount Tlieteinpenitiireof the liody Is raised of activity mid a reasonable could be taken the body by three thing given a real spring houscclcniilug nnd ITrnt.-Tl- ie teinier:itiire of the the hut day. Instead of being a menace to life, could be made a thing to be deSecond. -- Our activity iwork). sired Instead of resting In the shade, 'I he food or fuel we tnke Into Third. lolling iixni n seaco.'ut veranda and the Ntomnrh. doing everything to avoid the heat, Of course ue hut o hut little control people should learn how to utilize hent over the atmosphere, mid the nvcrngo so ns to increase elimination of body person wlioxe hrend depends upon his poison and thus promote health. work Iiiis hut little control over this They should learn how to select their course of hody heiit. lint It is within food and drink. Ilrst, so ns to give the Miwer of every one to control very" the Uidy normal heat nnd energy un-- i largely the hent of the lody by the dor the varying conditions of n linos fowl eaten. pherlc temperature; second, how to An Old Theory Corrected. combine their food nt each meal so It llcnl inn) energy being synonymous would be chemically harmonious and. methird, how to projMirtlou It so that they Units. eiieeliilly ns iiiillel to chanics. It has been believed by people would not bo overfed on some elements for man centuries that In order to of nutrition while underfed on others. keep the tied) supplied with the mailIly n knowledge and observance of these facts the hot day would be welcome, it would Ik? made n good day; It In fact, summer would no( lie feared is the time when we should be nt our We can get out Into the open liost air. we can divest ourselves of surplus clothing, and we enn become revitalized from the sunshine and fresh ozone At this season of the year nature supplies us jlth every article of foisl we need fresh and In lis most delicious form with which to rebuild and revitalize the IhsIv That we do not these things ami profit by the advantages of summer is because we do not know how to utilize nature's forces and opportunities Most Important Factor in Digestion. ' laaaaaLaH Pure water Is the most Important fa tor in the digestion nnd assimilation of food and elimination of waste. h ns the Isnly Is nearly wnter. It follows that the diet should be lompuved of alsiut tVI per cent moisture The old theory of dietitians that no water should lie taken upon the hywith meals was pothesis that water so diluted the gns trti Juice that It would not digest the food Actual practice has proved this thesis to be untrue. Water Is the great universal solvent, and the acid of the stomach Is only n WE A IIK AT OUIt IIKHT IK HUUllllIl. helper, as It were, in the dissolution or mum of energy the same nmount of tlio preparation of food for digestion. If a meal consists of watery food, heat producing foods Khould bo taken such ns fresh vegetables, salads, etc.. winter and Milliliter regardless of change. Modern science then the drinking of water Is uimeces his proved this theory to be Incorrect isnry, but where the meal Is coutosed if Kvery atom of food taken Into the of solids then water should be taken to Kuy in excess of the nmount needed make up M Per cent of the total, (o keep the temperature up to normal If more water Is drunk than Is nee-juust be cast out nt a tremendous ex- essnry for this punose the excess will pense of enercy. thus producing heat pass off nnd the stomach will only re-- j that cannot be utilized, or It must be tain tlio necessary nmount, but if the vtored up In the form of fat. mid every quantity of moisture Is liisulllcicut the j stomach calls to Its aid mi excess of pennyweight of fut In the body In ncld. the strength of of the amount needed Is n dead hydrochloric weight that furnishes no Item of which has n tendency to crystallize strength toward Its own support snd the starch atom (especially cereul also liecomes a source of very strut starch), thereby causing the blood crys-- I tills, which It? one of the primary causes dancer during hot weather of rheumatism, gout, luinbnco. urtcrlo-- ! Het Making Foods. Starches, sweets mid fats are the sclerosis (hardening of the nrterlesi greatest heat making foodH. and at the nnd all disorders caused by congestion name time they are the three staple throughout the capillary nnd arterial system articles of diet for a majority of Nothing Like Water if It's Pure. It used by the body people, almost wholly for making heat. The most common disorder among Corn, wheat, rye. barley, oats, rice civilized people Is hydrochloric ncld ml potatoes, nil sweets, honey, sugar fermentation Copious wnter drinking and sirups are classed ns carbohydrates with meals Is tlio logical remedy for this disorder (starch and sugar compounds). lnsulllcleiit water taken with food The prlnclpnl fat foods nro butter, cream, olive oil. nuts mid meat. While becomes nt onco the principal cause of meat ns usually served contains only euperarldlty. Intestinal congestion fermentation. Intestinal gns from 10 to lfi per cent fat. Its hent making property Is not confined to tlio and the long train of tils that follow fat element. Meat contains a Inrgu these disorders Wnter Is also n valuable agent In the an.ouut of uric iicld and a great deal of elimination of body poisons. The lib connective tissue which Is iioiinutrl-tlvand w hich must bo cast out of the cral use of wnter keeps the blood supbody by the exerclM' of energy (hent). plied with the necessary moisture, anil Is eliminated which whllo uric acid N a high Irrltnnt nnd thnt excess sets up what might be termed n local through the kidneys enrrles nwny pois a food sons Hint would reside In the body fever. The use of meat therefore causes excessive heat, be- Very much to the detriment of health cause tint body Is constantly employed It is dllllciilt. therefore, to drink too but much enre In throwing off and disposing of the much pure water, should be exercised Hint It Is pure, or uric nrld and other wnsto decomposiat least free from lime and mineral tion products contained In flesh food. The best meat gives to the lpdy only deposits. Tito best water Is pure wnter, about 30 per cent nutrition (10 per free from mineral substances: the best cent fnt and "0 per rent protein). The time to take It I with your meals. V WHAT, WHEN HOW remaining TO per rent Is iiomiutrltlte tissue nnd tvntcr. The water, of course, being laden with the poisonous products Hint nro always In process of EMPEROR WILLIAM'S APPEAL TO YOUNG MEN PREPARING FOR GERMAN NAVY SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door trcncrnl TO EAT Amo-nul- l. Till? ' WILL r!vc yon In addition Bomo ndvico upon n question which, In tlio interest of the nation, I have very much nt heart tho question of alcohol nnd drinking. I know very well thnt plcasuro in drinking is nn old heritngc of the Germans, hut wc must, by self discipline, free ourselves from thnt evil. In the course of my reign I have ohsprved from experience that of the great number of crimes s were due to which have hecn appealed to mo for decision alcohol. Formerly it used lo he considered n very smart thing for youth to take nnd "carry" n great qunntity of nlcohol, nnd I myself, ns ft young officer, had occasion to see such examples, hut never imitated them. Those ltlcns belong to the hirty x cars' war nnd no longer fit our times. Without speaking of the results of drink, which I do not need to describe, I wish to call your nttcntion especially to one effect of intemperance which touches your future profession. As you will observe for yourself in the course of your service on shipboard, navnl service demands n height of eirort which it is hardly possible to surpass. It is necessary thnt you bo nblo to endure lhi3 continual heavy strain without exhaustion in order to bo fresh for emergencies. Tho next war nnd the next navnl battlo will demand of you sound nerves. Nerve power will decide tho victory. Now, the nerves nro underKAISKII Wll IIKI.H mined and endangered from youth up by tho uso of alcohol Victory will be with the nation that uses the smallest amount of nlcohol. Thnt, gentlemen, must be your position. Then through you the troops will be shown an example, and thnt goes farthest with the men. There nro in the nnvy in the course of formation or nlrcndy formed Good Templar lodges nnd HI ue Cross societies. Many officers and some hundreds of men belong 'to them. I hope that ybu will do everything which you enn to persuade the men to join. If you train tho troops to renounce alcohol I shall hnve sound and sane subjects. This is a matter of great future importance, for the men when they leave tho service will carry the thought back to the whole country. If you will uphold these principles it will uplift the people morally. I Berea's Vocational Schools money-enrninp Training that ndds to your education. FOR YOUNG MKN power, combined with l. Apiculture. Carpentry. Printing, -- Commcr-cin- nine-tenth- FOll YOUNG LAWKS- Home Science. Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. Dressmaking Cooking, 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School 1 General Kducntion for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we enn put you with others like yourself niul give chance for most rnpid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For those who are not expecting to teach and who arc not going through College, but desire more general education. This is just the thing for those preparing for medical studies or other professions without n college course. It also gives the best general education for those who wish, a good start in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best trnining for those who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall nnd nttrnd school through the winter nnd spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their course of study. Head Dinsmore's great book, "How to Tench a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Herea's largest department. 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered CRITICS EVER BUSY Seems That None Can Escape Misunderstanding of Actions, Even When Most Worthy. It would seem that no man can bo anything or do anything without being made a target to be shot at, If not shot lo pieces, by somebody. This editor was once a presiding elder He found that the most slncero and honest and earnest effort In that office did not Rave him from tho suspicions of somo and the direct charges of others. He found thnt a few men for whom ho endured most, In nn effort to do for them, thought that he had abandoned them and crucified them. Ho found that laymen, members of quarterly j lormo conferences, would Impress the pnstor with the notion that they were anxious for his return to a charge and would i at the same tlmo load the pastor with complaints made to the presiding elder. He found that such n pastor thought tho presiding elder full of tho i -' en-Jo- two-third- s liii-o- 'Insolence of office" and loaded down with a sense of Importance on account of a little "brief nuthorlty." The presiding elder Is now an editor, Ho was told on taking charge of the columns of a paper that an editor Is a public target. He has come to know that. Ho has found that the men for whom ho has really tried to do moet are tho men who aru quickest and surest to shoot his hide full of holea. He has found thnt his motives are often questioned. He has found that some aro quick to attribute sinister motiTOS to him. Ho has found that others are ready to accuse him of systematic neglect of them and their work. Cannot Escape Criticism. Justice Holmes of the Supreme court of the United States recently mado a speech In New York. That speech has given this editor no small comfort. We had supposed that nobody Impugned tho motives of tho Supreme court Bat It seems that tho only way any man can escape criticism Is to go oft and hide himself, be nothing at all, do nothing at nil. Here Is the paragraph of Justice Holmes' speech which gives ub comfort: "Of courso wo aro not excepted." he said, referring to tho Supreme court "Not only are we told that when Marshall pronounced an act of congress unconstitutional ho usurped a power thnt tho Constitution did not give, but wo aro told we nre tho representatives of n class, a tool of the money power. I get letters, not always anonymous, Intimating that we are corrupt. "Well, gentlemen, I ndmlt that It makes my heart ncho. It Is very painful when one spends all the energies of one'B soul In trying to do good work with no thought but that of solving a problem according to the rules by which one 1b bound to know that many see slslster motives and would be glad of evidence that one was conscientiously bad. Hut we must take such things philosophically and try to see what we can learn from hatred and distrust, and whether behind them thero may not be some germ of Inarticulate truth " Western Methodist. Eyeballs. Did It ever occur to you to Inquire why the eyeball of the eye Is wblte5 The reason Is rather curious. The blood vessels which supply Its surface are fine thnt they do not admit the red corpuscles of the blood. This is the crown of the whole Institution, nnd provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. many assist HEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with its nlliliated schools, is not a money-makininstitution. It requires certabi fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in every 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, and g in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving training and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will hnve 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 different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE valuable STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coh"ee or extras, $1.35 a week, in the fall, and $1.50 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to GO 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 is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $0.00 and $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM VOCATIONAL AND ACAIICW AND NORMAL COLLEGE Incidental Fee hydro-chlori- A FEW BARGAINS IN Room Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 10, 191.1 Board 7 weeks, dut Oct. 29, 1913 KOUNIIAHON KCIIOOLS $ 5.00 5.60 $ G.00 7.00 $ 7.00 7.00 ' REAL ESTATE No. i. Total for term If paid in advance 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 9.45 $23.45 9.45 $32.90 $29.00 WINTER TERM $ 5.00 6.00 9.00 "$31.40 $ COO $32.40 $ 7.00 Incidental Fee Room Board G I weeks 31, 1913 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 I s One large, concrete store house in best business part of Herea. Cost 52,500. Make us an offer. two-story, Amount due Dec. Board G weeks due Feb. 11. 1914 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 I No. 2. clvl-Hie- No. 3. No. 4. One brand new six room dwelling (will be ed Septembr ) only one-hasquare to public school. All plastered, finished in hardwood, four Also a large basegrates and cabinet mantels. ment about 22x24 feet, and two porches. Can be bought for $1,600. We have several nice residences on Jackson street at prices form $1,200 to 5,000. finish1 lf Total for term If paid in advance S28.50 $30.70 3I.70 l, We also have several Blue Grass farms in Madison and adjoining counties which we can deliver worth the money. Also several business propositions in Hardware, Dry Goods, Groceries, etc. Tell us what you want, and we shall try to please you. This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Fall U'inltr Total String Stenography and Typewriting $14.00 $12.00 $10.00 $30.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .... 14.00 3G.00 12.00 10.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 7.00 6.00 5.00 18.00 Business course studies for students in other departments: Stenography 9,00 10.50 7.50 27.00 Typewriting, with one hour's use of instrument 7.00 0.00 18.00 5.00 Coin. Law, Com. Geog., Com. Bicknell Sh Harris Berea, Kentucky Arith., or Penmanship, each. . . 2.10 1.80 1.50 C.40 in no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. d Any young, man or young woman can get an education at Berea if there is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time in the public schools going over nnd over the same things, when they might be improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies vith some of the best young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants mutt brine or send a testimonial showing that they ara above 16 year old, In good health, and of good character. This may be slgnad by tome formar Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The uie of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Fall Term opens, Wednesday, Sept 10th. For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary. able-bodie- D. WALTER MORTON, Bcrca, Ky. Pane Four. VUli CITIZEN. BEREA PARCEL POST RATES I Aiimi.it COLLEGE Mt 2.S io 13 gooaoaoooaoaoaoooaooflaoaoooaoooaonoaoo DR, MC ALLISTER New Dean of Oeren Normal ITEMS COLORED NEWS 1 LOCAL PAGE NETS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A f a o a o a o be - ,1 w,. 1. lining gi-'.- aoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoacaoao jaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoa lew DR. BEST, DENTIST Mr John l.tckn'o i opemliiii: a d,i" Willi III paietil ell Boone Mreet Mt rellirueil lat i a er plciwiiit CITV IMIONK t3 iit witli her Bank 4 Trust Co. i.ler 111 Mnurlitwtnr. Itnl. Office over Berea Mi Fannie ImwuVit un- - 111 Bern, Snl 111 da. and Sunday. .il! 'I'm Id VVo-- tii-o- The gener.il forward movemenl of and the Iteiva Noruinl Deparliueui. li.i Miicces Ihal -- how n.iei 111 Hie new building, revt-e- d (he rales have hern reduced so is I'our-- e. and iiH'tvueil alleudiiiice l make 11 slill more ailvaula- - of -- tudenls, iind- - il lining crown g D. N. Welch 111 Hie npiHiiulmenl of the new -- iihutilthe following liitemeul of Denn. he rale- - a revi-e- d and now in efDr. Cloyd N. McAlliler. is u fect nt our locnl pol olllee. Clip II giiuliiali' ami Doctor of Philosophy for reference. h.ul and ha of Yale I imer-il.skconii larue experience in Noiiiml educakikst Zonk Zen ZONK VVVInht ItM Nornial School Itate Hate tion al Warreii-hur- g 111 .... ?00f t'Ulo and Whitewater Norin n a- w.i- - (lie n.ral I,, he xurli 11- -e lih'nie of the Parcel In town-people l'o citien 11 11 . -- y. lal 1 2 Hi 1 : Mi DAN H. BRECK INSURANCE Will sign your bond. Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock Phone 505 L. Richmond, Ky. & N. TIME TABLE North Bound, Local 7:00 a. m 10:53 p. m. Knoxville 1:07 p. m. 3:52 a. m. BEREA 7:45 a. m. 0:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound, Local S:15 p. m. 0:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. BEREA Knoxville 7:00 p. m. 5:50 a. m. Express Train No. 33 will stop to take on passengers for Knoxville and points beyond. South Bound 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati 11:55 a. m. BEREA No. 32 will stop at Berea to take on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and points beyond. North Bound 4:43 p. m. BEREA 8:50 p. m. Cincinnati l.iisvvell from Brush Creek vnilt'd relatives! in Berea from tNilunkty until .Monday. Mrs. I I i Jack Mr. ami Mrs. Will Duncan have moved into their beautiful new home Just completed on Chestnut Street. Judge T. J. Covle attended Court at McKee, Monday. He was accompanied by his daughter. Mary. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hauon left Saturday for Lexington where they expect to make Iheir home thi winter. Better furniture al WelchS (ad) Mrs. Lizzie Huey left Tuesday to visit with her daughter in Ohio before her daughter's departure for California. Dr. and Mrs. Botkin entertained quite a number of friends at supper Saturday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Scott MeOuire. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Jackson of Illinois are visiting with his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Fowler of Richmond are visiting with Mr. ami Mrs. John Fowler this week. Miss Kiln Fowler was called to Richmond I:i.--t week on account of the illness of her sMer. Mrs. Smith. (ad' Oet that slou; at Welch's, .Miss Mattie McCiuire visited with Mix Ella Adams the llr.--t of the week. (Jicar Itader went over to Lexiuc-lo- n, Tuesday, to spend a few days. Mis Martha and Mis Rebecca Muncy spent the day at Slate Lick, Sunday. Kverell Adam- - visiled home folks al Richmond. Dr. Settle made a Hying trip to Cincinnati, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Scolt Mctiuire of Wihiiore, Ky., are visiting in the Welch home and with their many friends for a few days. Mr. Marion Kiniliro who has been visiting in Berea returned to Lexington, Monday afternoon. Mrs. S. K. Welch and Miss Hilda leave Thursday for a few days visit 111 Cincinnati and for a visit with Mr. Edwin Fee's family 111 Clarksburg, I lit. Have you seen Welch's new Dry (ioods and (Senls' Furnishing Depart(ad1 ment? Bob nuynn and family of Newton, Kan., are visiting heie with his uncle, J. Burdette, and family and twenty-fiv- e other relatives. It yeai since Mr. (iuynn was in Berea last and he finds many changes here. He has quite a nice position with the Santa Fe railway. JT7 ft lit .Oil, will reach Berea about Sept. nlti'iullm: Teuehers' l! Ri .III Their ci'ining will he ,i marked .10 M al ltiehliH'llil lllH week. J(W .11 II J 111 lo the educational Mr. and Mrs. Gen. HnlTitiiut and s m .iv fnli e ef the l.ile anil South. .ia I'liililreu who have been spending 0 tfr '.13 .13 SB a few Week- - With Prof, mill Mi's. n iti .n .u 'MADISON COUNTY INSTITUTE a. Morion reliirueil to their home. 10 .1.1: .is it ir The public school leacher of tin 10! .IG 12 lb It and are .17' County hae all Ii' n odd. what you want you 13 Ih .17 II -- ch o Supt. lln- - week. 18 going to (ad .IK 13 au find it it Welch's II lit In 12 in ih .iu .in John N'olaud called the Mi Mary Itobu.soii is spending Monday, Willi o m .20 order 111 Htchmouil. the week Willi Mrs. Hoy Inillli .if in in atteudauce. and eiillm-i;i-l- ir Ih I .21 .21 full l.'l While Slalton. by Hie After the opening addre 11 IS Iti 22 22' Mr. and Mr- - W'yiin of Paint l.i-HI lb .v;i 23 Siiperuilendenl which el forth the It were Hie gue-l- s of Mr. and Mrs. aim and plan of the meeting Prof. .15 2il Ih Smith on Chestnut Street. D. M. Bridge or Hie High School DorolliN Kellcb I'uderwent au o'i- WATER FAMINE delivered an iddie . Stale Simper-i-o- r oration al Hie Gibson liillrmary. T. J. Coales i atteiuluig and iiwins lii great -- carcily of water1 Sunday morning, and is getting along we shall he cinnpcllcil to, turn otr ha already delivered ome notable nicely. water from '.l:;ii p.m. until 5 a.m. aillree on the pal and fulure Mr. Achilles Webb wa- - in Berea. of Hie rural -- chool leac'i-e- r No lawii3 must be sprinkled for of the Stale. upon the progre Sunday. weeks. three of cliool Practical ilemon-lralioNo water wasted by any of ourj Mr. True Coyle has returned from Creek where he has been patrons where such waste is con-- 1 management are being given Battle with special lecture upon tinued, water will be shut off enworking tin- - summer. each phae of the work. Solution tirely. I H.irri-o- u Mi May left la: night Tin- - .line penally will he applied fir the most dilliiriill rural prob-I- for Fairfax, South Dakota. where ins cirieii ti III t their liegllllU it: where oi her- - than subscribers are will Ic'ieh this year. she ill uch ineelnig and every teacher heum allowed water privileges. Mr. Andrew I'ow of Adam- -. Ma-s- ., slioiild be there. Rr.RKA COLLEGE. is visiting at the home of Dr. Best this week. The Misse- - Iles-i- u Eaton and Val-m- a Bratcher of Berea left, Monday night, for London where I hey will attend the fair. A Burdette reunion was held at Slate Lick Springs, Wednesday of this week, in honor of Bob Guyuu ami family of .Newton. Kan., who are on a visit here. Mi.--Gentry left, Friday, for Island City to visit with home folks until school opens. A number of teacher.- - and others interested in education are attending Teacher- - Institute at Richmond this week from here. Mrs. Fred i.iimmin- - of Bingham-to- n, .V. Y., arrived Thur-da- y for a week'- - visit with her parent-- , Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Golden. Miss Marguerite Coyle of Mitchell, luil., ha been several daws with relative- - m town. Mr. ami Mr- -. Meredith Gabbacd and children are wsiting in Ber-'this week. Mr.- -. Cha- -. Coyle arrived at the llr.--t of the week from her home ,11 Mitchell. I m for a short visit with her parent-- . A large uiimbei of delegates from the Berea Baptist church and others from town attended the Baptist Association held at Kingston, Tuesday, Wedne-da- y and Thursday of this Mr Hardin I .nut:, principal of the OBITUARY week. and Ins The death or Mr- -. James Bak r Berea Mr. and Mr- -. W. II. Porter and daughter, Frances of Lexington ar- brings sorrow to the many surviving the Misse1 Mary Tatuiii and I'll a rived Saturday to spend a few days friend- - and relative- - of the decea il Moore and Mr. William Dean are till and the bereaved. Death occurred in attendance in Berea. if Mr. August tilth at the h Dr. ami Mr- -. S. H. Baker are visBOUGHT AND SOLD Baker - mother near Berea. Funeriting 111 Cincinnati this week. .vcre conducted at the al service Mi-- Doppie K. Ogg has returned 'I'll Hie General public and citihome after a two weeks visit with Berea Baplisi church by Rev. Jas. zen of Berea, Ky by Rev. Mc.Murray Parson r "HollulayV have her aunt al I'auola. The Hiand Rev. Howard llud-oA party of young people are gobought Mr. Coildiugtou'.H Bakeiy. Mr. Blevin- - Allen and Mrs. J. L. and will il for operation nn ing to Mallory Springs today. Mr. L'. It. Huberts will leave with I'orlwooil, relatives of the family Thursday of this week in Dr. In- - family for Wagoner, Oklahoma, came up from Teillie ee lo allend Cornelius' building on Short Street. tin- - week. Mr. Huberts has many the funeral. A llr.--t elas- - Inker will be in charge warm friends 111 Berea who regret The must sincere thanks for ten- and expects to maintain llr-- t class bakery of all bread lo see them leave. der care and attention 011 the par) and y Mi- Sybil Noble on her way of friend and neighbors are ex- and products. We solicit oil' al Herea for a South pressed by Mr. Ilaker and his sym- your 'patronage in tin new entervisit with Mrs. .I.J. Itrannainan pathizing relatives. prise anil promise with your coand other friends. operation lo make it not only a success but prolltable to all nlr FOR SALE ASTRAY mutual interest who like good 1913 Mod' I, Mctor Cycles and Mottr things o eat. One yearling steer. Light brindle, HOLLIDAY'S weight about 450 pounds. Has been Boats at bargain prices, all makes, machines, on easy monthpasture. Been brand new in Berea College missing about three weeks. Liberal ly payment plan. Get our proportion reward will be paid for return or before buying or you will regret It, PUBLIC SPIRIT. information leading to whereabouts, also bargains in used Motor Cycles. We count the man who cares J. W. Stephens. Write us today. EncloM stamp for nothing for the public weal as a N reply. Address bock Box 11, Trenton, The Inliiiii. lo Mitu are May ami Iti .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... n. Jul Xh5 .IHi .11? JIT JW JW uinl in Wiroillll. Mr. ni1 a leacher, and .'".S! Columhia Di. and Mr. IV. McAlli-le-- r r Vail. al" luilenl of MrAlli-le- S1111-.l- ed te k ami relative- - for hvo lime. Christine Kennedy Iff I SatMr. urday for a few day vilt with her Louise, Fii Mi vi'lliiig in brother. Will Yule, at lllcliimiud. lloiva luil ."v'lll hiive loday for Mr. I'.. Warner pent ,lhe day Philadelphia and will nil from Siiudny. wilh her iter. Serllda there for Zurich Switzerland where Dudley. he will enter the I'liiverslly of Mrs. Keltic Yale was very slek Zurich. 1.11 Week, bill I heller HOW. Mi lllhel I'.. Todd Iiu iu! There were ipnle a HIUIll'!' of 111 Berea, lurned from Harbor Spring wluvc I pie from Farri-low- n she has been euioying n very plei--au- l Saturday shopping vacation. Thi'ie are ,1 good m.uiv liov and lh.ll are experlillg lo go lo Mis. J. C. Bovvmnn left a few das gill die t" -- cliool Hit fall atfo for Niulh Carolina where -- he will web several week frieud ami relative. Mis Fern Curry, who wa heie IUII-1- 2 will return to sellout iiu year. I I'rof. and Mrs. Mathetiy rei 10 Berea yesterday after spending Hie Ullltller III Ohio. Hlif "I'l. Holittle on. will return 111 two friend weeks. 11 I nil )i- ll.ill.inl who ha iIImiii I, iv Ioi who It. he 'ii very -now ulde In be out ok visiting 111 away for a few day again Knoll Couuiv. reiiirued la! utglil Mr lleilie M1B.1.11 .mil iler are and repotl a ieaanl viil. viiliug friend 111 Htchmouil this I'rof May and fiiiinty have reliiru- week. eil rroui vacation with relnliv I Mrs. Surah Bowman ha been on in Magoillu Coiiuly . the sick 111 for the niil Ivvn weeks. Secretary lorloii iti lticliino.nl There were ipnle a number of today where he will give an addre piciiic on Hob" j people allendeil imw ill before Hie County Mniiiilaiii lal Wed'iesilay Ihnl was seniii , given by Hie colored club. They Mr. Jaiiie Wynii leave for t tnle they, hml ipnle a delightful Vil loduy. wheie he Will t j 1 ' 11 le th-reil. viil j 1 -- -- -- 11 HOME TOWN UPI no -- ' week. Mr. Jack Imrie lelurned lo Berea WILL USE NEWSPAPERS yeterday after spending the summer III the north. On hi w iv Merchjntt of Kinui Coming thjt Local Paper It thru Detroit he mel Mr. Ilailman Place to Advertlie. Liehtwnrdl who send the new ONLY to Con-eluil- on Only -- STOVES Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, er Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, a I u. that he will not be 111 Herea lln The inerrlinnln of Maiihattnn, Knn., y ear. have derlilisl lo turn down nil fnkn . Mr Ben Creech, who ha- - I n 111 ndvertliilnK nml will mnkH the South for the summer returned nil Ihi'lr nnnouticeiiienln Ihroimh lh to Herea. Hi" 2i'ilh. lo make rea ly lurnl pnpem The utrnilKiT who Ko for the coming school year. lo Mnnhnttnn to lisiie n Leo. Golden tllrprtorjr Leiiiiard Hibiu-ot- i. no encournRf. will Howard, all Berea ami ment ho hITith to mint Thn nmn are vvorkiu. at the carpeute.-trad- e ail verllsltiK on tree or Imrb lr fvnee nt no much n letter will b in Hamilton. O. Berlin Itiveuliurg and Thoma thrown ttirouKh the trnnmmi folThe lilfrrlmiilH of Abilene h l'rye. who have been working 111 upend Hie South were in Berea. Sunday lowed suit, anil will hereafter no more money i() imre their nmni and Monday, on their way North lo ptlnttsl on the town cuwi or on tojr visit friend befoie school opens. linlloon or on wixxlcbuckii. Mr. Ilulliu llii-- l is takim; a Tew The motement In HprendlnK nnd (tin day off for a v iil w ith hi hrolh r dny In at hnml when all Knnana will n.lopt the naf. nnd aano a limine contrucling who over Cumberland the river plnn nnd do their ndrerttnlnK I" th nu njiaperH. al llurusiil.'. Ky. It la thu only wny to reach and Inleft tercut tho people who buy I'rof. ami Mrs. Montgomery thtllRi. Thu yesterday for a vacation. They will people rend their home newnpajver. slop llr-- t willi friend at Newark. but they don't rend telephone pol, O.. after which I hey will viil severor cow a or barbed wire fences. You never yet snw n mnn aentd by hla al point n Ohio. Mr. K. L. Hobeil, who ha been flrealdo rendlnR n txianl fence or th visiting Hie Mergenllialer Linotype aide of a barn to hla children Company of New York and makim: a study tr tlieir machinery ha re- !ST0P AND THINK A MINUTE turned and reuiueil hi- - work a Sliperillleuilenl of the College After Reading Thla You Will Agra That Your Home Merchant Printing Department. Your Patronage. Mr. Gordon llarrell or Grayson County arrived in Berea When your church nlvea an making ni ringemenl lo enami who buyn a ticket from youf for a year - work 111 the Academv ter Your Home Merchant. Department. When your union give a dnnca Mr. Ira Porter and hi- - -- isler. J who huya a ticket of you? Your Home Merchant. 'd Caneyville. Ky.. are exr. When Jim rnlsH a ntibrrlptlin for pected to enter school in Berea Mi Arlie porter, their sis- n nick "or needy brother who hea.Ia ter who wa a student here two the If Kt Your Home .Merchant year ago. ha been leaching 111 her When yourself or aoine one of your town since leaving Berea. home family In nick nnd jour pay dny enMr. Aaron Hull, a former Berea velope won't rench nmuml who Riven -- Indent - you credit who is taking au eiigiu nig course al Stale I'liiverslly . Your Home Merchant visiting ill town (his week. Did you auk the null order mnn ;. Taylor help our church, ticket . Mrs. if turned home toour dunce Hilbscrlhobuy a your for for atrk Friday, bringing with her Leahy of Brooklyn, N. Y.. who brother's benefit or kIvh you credit next pay duy will make her home with Iheiu this until roumu on Of didn't year. Juiit think of that the next time you I laiiery Mis. Or and Mr John get a mall order Iioiihc circular tin 4 Webb or Kilglo were the guest- - Imagine von Hen u linrgutn Thtnklmc Sunday l Mi and Mrs .1 F (if It may do you good 011 Scale Hcto-meallvery-BtntilHit-hariy entor-tnliiinetin-yea' 1 nifr-rhan- la pa-tr- few-day- We'll Get You Yet ! we arc goint to get YOU for a permanent sooner or later, you are going customer to come to a thorough and final realization that this is JgVENTUALLY FPU SALE Mich. j worthiest nuisance and not limply an Thucydides. inoffensive nonentity. v - The Racket v One hundred and five acres of land on the waters of Red Lick, Madison FOR SALE County, one mile east of Big Hill and I Farm of 25 acres. Good buildings Kingston pike and known as the J. and fine water. Two miles south of W. Barclay farm. Two good orchards, Scaffold Cane Pike, one 8 room house, good barn and plenty! Berea on public school. Write of running spring water. For In- -' half mile from C. W. Johnston, to formation write to T. J. Lake, Berea, Berea, Ky. It. F. I). No. 2. Ky. (ad.) t I The Store to put Your Faith in ! COMING EVENTS London Fair, Aug;. 26.30. Oounty Court, Sept. I. Opening; of Fall Term, Sapt. 0 StaU Fair, Sept. 15-2- We are going to get you, NOT through advertisements, NOT through cut prices, NOT through anything on You can't miss store is full of good such values as ours forever. Our clothing, shoes and furnishing goods of all kinds. Call and see them. earth but QUALITY and VALUES. BEREA MARKETS Store si! CLARKSTON L WHEAT DRILLS MAIN STREET, Near Bank 10 cents per gal. 15 to 1G cents pound . . .12 to 12 2 cents per gal. 12 cents per doz. Chickens, fryers, 10 to U cents per lb. 4 cents per lb. Roosters Beans... Butter Berries. Eggs HAYES BEREA. GOTT KENTUCKY Hums Potatoes Tomatoes Apples cents per Ih. 11.00 per bu. 2 cents per lb. 25 to 60 cents per bu. 17 "ftfe Quality Store1 August 28, 1913. THK CITIZEN Page Five The Citizen Knife The C'itirn is sharp, and it has a good bargain for its subscribers who like a sharp knife. Any subscriber to TI M CITIZEN who pays his dollar for first payment or renewal can have a dollar knife extra by paying 25 cents extra. Razor .steel, while or black rough horn handle Looks like this. I Jimniy Gets a Dog In a heedless moment tho King- - thornes yielded to Jimmy's ardent and vociferous pleas and admitted that It might bo possible to permit htm to hnvu a dog to piny with. Up to that tlmo they had been able to match bis teasing by a succinct and comprelicn- I slve "No!" But now llfo was vastly different. GET ONE TODAY QUEEN OF NURWAY MORE ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FRIENDS Itintltiurit Irani H H In- - gr one 11II1 I SaHV ssa; ' I aaaStBatfaflBaflsBW tsAtjAftHHBMMrfMMflHMH ei iin vv ililll'i'ii nr yvBaiiHBaWBBslSaWa Knil ran rile me? Ilii'ii fiiill'cr (in, nlioiil three Hunk mill !iwi'l Irmii Ml !' ,IK w lin I THE TRAINED .NURSE Two Indispensable Agents Sooner or lali'i' escry 'ii"ii, wii mill rm ! Hie Ciuumiugs home lici - I ilnl some A Good Nurse and a Good Doctor. ed Il .1 I'lii'lii'"! missimiarv w iirk, iiml Ml 1.1 II. Waters, Intel' organizI until ''.lunch and helped In Chun-h-si-hn- President Frost. linUsi-ho1 imilil a w house. well d" I remember Mr. ami has in face .sii'knt'ss anil pain. M' uiiiiiiiiii.'s ami their inleiesthik' Tliei'i- - may he yiar.s in wliieli we l hill lie haw a lilol her m- sls- iiaiillv feel that wt have mortal ' I hugel. Tin li ' Illlliy plndll- 11 lli.il hollies, mid I i i on willioul reali-u- n: mi lii'tli-ciIicii Imw jrt'i'iil is the Idessiim of f;ninl ttiir Mr. Cunimiiik's was an kimhI fanner anil Mix. heallli. Ilnl win llic lime of sickr : 11 11 I Thli I 1 rectnt photograph of the beautiful queen of Norway. She waa Princess Maud, third daughter of the late King Edward of England, when In 1896 ehe married the preeent King Haakon of Norway who at that time waa Prince Charlea of Denmark. ltsHEN CABINET J. IM A KT rr jnrt, I run one ou fur rvrry .lay lron nnlilr thlnK nl m Ion; ly timk.- mil ilrram of thrm nil lift", - Oils KIHtliJ forrvrr ilrjlli anJ tliat KlllKley. t iwrrt wxiiC," CAKE MAKING. The evolution of cake making lias th old, tedious process ut crcamlnr butter, adding the suRar Krndually or creaming both together Now, a Rood cake may bo mniht In half the time It took to cream thu butter and sugar. Putting all tho Ingredients together an follows: llreak In the eggs, add tho migur, warmed butter, a little flour, then all of tho milk, and flour with the baking powder, the beatltiK coming after nil tho mixing It, done lleat well for llvn minutes with a large Dover egg bent-er- . nnd turn Into the pan Water may bn UHpd Itmtead of milk, with scarcely any difference In tht quality of tho cako. The butter must not bo melted to destroy tho grain, but simply softened enough so that It will bo readily changed i All excess of a makes not only coarse-grainecako but ono which dry a out very quickly. Tho shape In which tho cako Is to bo baked should decldo tho amount iJiyer cakes or of flour to bo used Minall cakes baked In gem pans require less flour than loaf cakes. Sunrise Cake. Tako a half cup of butter, ndd a cup of BUgar to tho softened butter, the yolks of tlx eggs, u little of half a cup of milk, two cups of flour, two teaspooufuU of baking powder. Mix and Uien stir In tho rest of tbo milk, beating well with tho egg beater until light and foamy. Flavor with' half a teaspoonful each of lemon and vanilla. old fashioned one, two, three, , Tho our cake Is the mother of nil tho Spongo cako Is the I'Jtter cakes. foundation for Jelly rolls, lady fingers. nngel and sunshine rakes An even teaspoonful of baking pow. der to n cup of Hour Is sufflclont for all cakeH with baking powder egg. Glad, but Sorry. A little girl, with eiquUltoly long golden curls and an angollc appearance) In general, came In from an afternoon walk with her nurao and said a mamma, to her mother: "O! atrange woman lu tho street said to me: 'My, but ain't you got beautiful hair!" The mother smiled, for tho compliment was well merited, but she gasped aa the child Innocently continued her account: "C said to her: 'I am very glad to have you like my hair, but I am sorry to hear you use the word ain't," ness, at'ciilt'iil or pain comes how liini-.iifiv thc weii' cvcepl- film.' : can pive pieeiiiiis is I Icli.illv gnnd livers. re int'lldicr. ,il tiit'ir lahle inailril aid. mi- silling h'WII Willi SI'Vl'll lllllt'l'l'lll kllllN of The wise wnllli'll of ht linn-- , ami oilier nn al -- . at Hie used to know how lo limni' pimlui'ts 111 prnportinu. There 'take care of the sick, toil 111 loo1 l to leach w.n a vcrv plain reason for lhee inaiiN caes n' liail an except inn-a- ll t'M'epI iiuih; Hived for the days in Ihe environ-- ! Komi farm fur that lull count i' . A VISIT Ilienl of beautiful DerwenI -- Water I have noticed thai uppoilunily Contiuuftlfrera Plrat l'aic Lake, studying carefully the hands inui'li In iln 111 pmihieiug gned of Hiiskin, Colerulije, Ainhleslile, farms a well as in producing gind carpel, .lusl hack of Magdalen lirasniere and IJiittennere. to row on character. Tin' same kind of nppni -Kl.'ll, is Aililisnu's folllliled millliuiitv. however, tines not alwas heaiitiful circular walk, two ami the lake. These all wild much ,'1 good fnniii'1' iiml good one half miles round, ahmil llfleeu ed, combine to make food for happy rolled inn mid lliniihl m the character in Hie .sanie ier.son. feel wide and trees oNerarchilii: the years that lie before. The train Tln'se penplf owned no slaves. ellllie As we walked com- service is Hue and distances seem 1'lieir farming was ilone liy them- pletely round this we .somehow felt very .liorl compared with vast help of tlial we were liohll'm cmiM'l'.se with selves a ik I by America. ila laborers. They wen- - upright the Ii lull lirows of lull)- -' api. A We leached Liverpool ill tune lo I 11 -;i people who wanli'il to do lieaullliil stream completely encir- meet the Miornc.s as I hoy landed tlilil good while Ihev lived ill cles this walk, on which the stuwin from Hie Mapietic. We lop'llier 11 dents were "puuliim"," ( instead of isiteil ouaiiit old Chester, a walled . . .1 . .. . ., are pus,. ..n , (W(fU , Tin' parents ate gone, llul I waul row 'up me i.nais, f r,.Illury ,im,.9t liny alonj: by means of a loir pole. I,;,, H to know about that hoy. That (l H.,vv.iri)tlIli of a I piT.suaileil to collie with lilt' to (raceiui pinning is cousiiieren a (ilail-lonthen a delightful day in It would (jrealer ail than rowini;. (Mierliii. whose fouil paii'iit.s lieiibigb. North Wales, the anceslial 1tl1 take a lifetime and more than one, home of Mrs. Cowley, our trip was for lu.s .sake. Iff part I for a few cais. I foul islily left lo ftij fiimprchojid and enjoy Ox- ended. On our way home our .steamer linn at OIici'Imi iiniiieiliatt'ly after ford sat isiactorily. The old stone llnoreil kitchen, where meal is still I lici t ft In lie nt' lo K" mill chairs were next to Ilishop Vincent, in penplo .1 few days, in Hie M masted nn a split jut as in the the dear old man who fouud"d days of ('.animal Wnolsey. The hovs Chautauqua, now eighty-thre- e Ihmiii' near Toleili). When I ami hark Hie liiiil hail flown. I incr are sidl eat mi: from the same old who was just returning from Hie (with- Suiitl-ilil.uiit'il linn. I was more to Maine tables, with wooden heiiches School CoiiM'iitinn at Zurich. out bucks used three hundred Ther1 were also on board forty-tw- o lic.-l- i llian lie was. I presiime enrs ,ipi. Al Kalon ('.olli'K'f, also, (ieriiimi students and young stateslivnik' al home anil Ills one iloll'ir a week lioarii at Ohei'lin npm'a ah'il hlie same old desks, class room men on their way to l'eace Conferbenches ami masters' desks are in ence at Cornell t'iuersity. Ithica. Ills hollll'sll'kllfss. Cliailliilik'. I'eel. New York. I, of course. at ue where sal hae given lloweM'i- a tlnllar a week linartl Ilalfiiur. the uieiesl outline of our delightful Lord Nnrlli, lilail-lnuthat liiiie was not scry had living ShelleN, . Coruwallis. (irey. We all fal Ion nuicli siiinnu i's outing. f.n a st'inlent. WelliiiL-lon- , etc. tic. At Dal on a .s and nowadays. 'wo other fellow pa s went j -- Ihe hundred lf lioai'iletl Olll'selst's illll'IIIK-- nIC sludeiil dnllair a ear. wlole al Hciva. one CHAUTAUQUA MEETS AT WACO Ti'.m cents a ipiniler. al Olierlin. Iw dollars, am' yet many of week. Vt had pmil aiicl lies all hiinilred The Madison County Chaulauipia would fu 11 ) -material i f pmmI our sign k the time. idea materiali.ed into a real oiitclas.s Lalou, l We had 110 oilier sikii of Ii. movement last week when II seemed a pval pi'llli'Ke to hail health. at a meeting al Itichmoud, an old p"l stand on the er I ju-- t drop tins last remark for It. K. was perfected. where 'I'lioiiias A. Hecket the I'oiiirorl of any Iiiiiiki'.v student at cIom' Tulley was elected Secretary and was killed and .eview al Keren who may rlinni'o to read ranp' the scenes ilencled by old T. II. Collins, Jonah Wagers and K. it Mr. Chaucer, -- to waik Ihrousli Hie C. Milium were appointed as exeIliiw llul thai Cuiniiiiucs io ! ! 1th lo cutive ntlieials. This movement fol'Tower of London" ulail I would lie lo hear fin in linn nr sud WeMliiiiiiistrr Abbey, t'io lows Ihe general awakening among hear ahmil linn fniin anhoily who llrili.sh Museum. I lie (ireat Art the farmers of Ihe State for belter knows ahmil him. Please wrilo me. (he Old Curiosity Shop, to crops, for better stock anil for betTilt' next sample will lie a rliara''-ti'iist- ii' isit the old Cheddar Cheese res- ter hoiiies, which lirst started in Keiilucky heniiiie 111 1'ulas-taurant where rare U'n Johnson Wanvn County in the earl.v summer. r.iiiinlx fiuniilcil lieforo .lacksiiii Used In meet Ins friends at luncu-eo- u. It will give the people an opporCuuiil was fin med. .lai'kson Coiiu- lo .stand 111 Keiiilwortli Castle tunity to see and learn of whit I Kentucky neighbors are doing w ill eoiue sonn. ruins and foe Ihe place where poor heir Am) Hohsai t was espied by Oiieen instead of reading and trying to Klizabcth, lo walk about Win. imagine how things are being dime Shakespeare's haunts and sit in Hie in neighboring states. II comes Iree very old wooden seat out al Anne of cost mid every fanner should FLY PREVENTION RULES. llalhaway's Collate where Willie take Hie time lo. attend. Thee la "An ounce of prevention made love to Anne, to see the rich meetings have been planned and This a pound of cure." wo.-tfarmland of Devonshire, with h- -r each will continue for four days. la the time to use all means for famous herds of call le, lo stand in The llrst is lo he held at Waco, the prevention of the spread of Tom llrnwn's room at HiikIiv, mid lodav, where the committee and flies. Begin early and then keep speakers will welcome every fanneverlastingly at It The vigilant 1s1t the tomb of denr old Dr. ArnOther points fly will use every opportunity College er in that section. most old, beloved Hie that he gets remember that. the world has ever selected are Kingston and Wh.te President Here are several "don'ts" that anknown, lo visit Kdinboro, and Scott's Hall for which the dales will be will aid In fighting the flyi nounced later. a hotel or Don't dine at home at Abbotsforil, as well as his where flies are tolersted. Until resting place in Dryburgh Ab-iDon't allow flies in yourheuaa. Then the chmiiiiug ride in Don't permit them near your " roach mul four tlirongti llm Tros-saul- HOSPITALITY OF THE SQUARE AND food, especlally'mllk. Den't buy food where flies are midst heather covered hills, COMPASS permitted. .sailing over Loch Katrine mid Loch Don't allow them in a sick The lleiva Masonic brethren and Lomond. To visit Clasgow, the old room. to a large number of oilier cilwens of Callicilnil, now Presbyterian, Don't allow them to crawl over the baby or the nipple of ita hear the great organs, to see the the town, who attended the notable nursing bottle. lnrtlipluce of lkibby Hums, the Masonic celebration at lliclimoud, Screen every window and door old Alloway Kirk, made famous in Tuesday, have many expressions of In your house and keep it up thanks ami apprcciaHoli for tho very "Turn O'Sluuiter," the until you start your furnace. reception which was Have separate screen covera unit Hie "twa brig" mid the home of hospitable over all exposed food. Tho 011 that occasion. To reach thcir xwoot Highland Mary. lmw oioanitneee ina cinnnB a Keswich in time for Hie (heat w eather was all I hat could have 'and yet more cleanliness be your where oiglit thousand peo- been wished for and the meeting of motto all summer long. long parted friends, on the part of ple gat tier yearly for religious and uplift, to han ninny, added much lo the interest 111 i.iiniiuiir- - i''ceil miially giM.d tas foi-v'o- with all his strength has rlieiimal ism or the fiwer. and Mien we are all exciled In limes like these, mid llelilt'ss. our two ht'.sl friends are Hie doctor and the niii'se, and of I he two perhaps the iiiii'M- - is Hie mini important. 'I'lie iloclnr can slay only a shnrl lime, hut the nurse remains with her palit'iit niwlil and day until Ihe crisis is past. A K"'l nurse in the house eaes insl 1'iicl ion with uiiither and ilmi'liler m Hint Ioiik after she has pine her wisdom remains 111 the house. Mini hi UK many r iii daiiMlili'i's. is sjek Hah .I0I111 is .sick, a e TRANS-ATLANTI- C li.-i- Col-h-h- 't'. - ,,. il. pain and ward int.' oil many a llilllPT. 'I'lie llerea Hospital, lr. Cowley Head Nurse have trainand ed ipiite an army of nurses whose work coiuils for life, health and happiness IIiioiikIi a wide region. The Inst il nt inn is especially fnr- Innate in p'llin as lleail Nurse at tins time Mrs. I'alil (iilherl, who a little shriek. comes from the p'1'"! Irainum "Just the thing!" she cried. "Ho .school at Haltle Creek. We are did It get there?' p"ail lo sh-iour readers a picture "What?" demanded her caller. of a p'aihiatiiif.-- class al HatlleCi k "There aren't green tomatoes growing out there!" school from which she comes. "Pickles?" repeated Mrs. Klngthorne, dreamily. "No, It's a dog. It Hie gathering. of (ioveriior McCrearx was amonu-- a doesn't seem to belong to any' one. either!" body oT noted visitors from neighEverybody looked. The dog was towns of Ihe stale and deboring most apparently youthful, because It livered an address on (In; Masonic still wabbled slightly when It walked, Order in historic days. or, rather, rolled. For It was fat and The reception began in the early globular, made still more ao by a morning Iml found ils climax at thick coat of woolly brown fur. From one end of the brown mass a pink noontime when the crowd gathered around the log refreshment lout 011 nose stuck out and from the other end protruded a tiny plumed tall. He the Normal School campus and par-loreally was too much like an Ideal a hearty dinner which was puppy of to be quite true. furnished free and for all who "There Isn't a soul In sight," aswould present a hungry appearance. serted Mrs. Klngthorne. "And nobody The event was in the celebration would let a puppy like that go for a of the one hundredth anniversary walk alone, so It must be lost. It'll of Masonic Lodge No. 'Si I', and A. get stepped on or stolen or something, and to own It would send Jimmy Into M. and Hi' commillee are lo he congratulated upon its .splendid sue- - hysterics of Joy, so, really, I think It Is my duty to rescue the puppy, don't Hei-ea'- s ok I'very homecoming of tbo elder members of the family, If not greeted 'by "Dldyuh bring my dog?" was hailed with tho wnll, "When kin 1 have my dog?" or "Wbut kind of a dog Is It s I'm going to get?" until tho reached the stage where their opinion on dogs as a whole was so Intense that It was wordless. The situation led to dissensions rAso, for both Klngthorne and his wife accused the other of having been tho one who said tho fatal word of assent. The peace of the family was gone, and tho more they argued the worse It grew. Of the lot Jimmy was the most Injured, for with all the bickering because of a dog there wasn't any dog. "You said I could have a dog!" he Invariable ended In the plaintively accusing tone before which all well brought up parents shrink. When the Klngtliorr.es had time to look for a dog they never could And an attractive one, and If they did see a possibility they lacked the time. Sitting In her living room one afternoon conversing with visitors about green tomato pickles. Mrs. Klngthorne after staring from the window, gava King-thorne- I BIB HILL ITEMS Dig Hill. Aug. 'J5. Itev. J. W. I'ae. - sous tilled his regular appointment at I'dnl Knob church las) Saturday and Sunday. Mr. V.. V.. ilrockmnn bought a pari of Mr. It. L. Ambrose's farm last week. Mr. ami Mrs. I'.. S. Odell and children from Columbus, ()., spent last week with Mr. ami Mrs. .Maiuoiis. Mrs. Odell ami Mrs. Mainous are sis-lei- 's. e. Iler.-chcl- I lliv-i-- nj-r- s m -- Can-lerhu- ry (ml-leri- es. ki Mrs. Cordelia lleece is visiting her sister, Mrs. Nathan Durham at lliclimoud, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Neely had lh"ir daughter and grandchild from Illinois with them last week. Mrs. Mose Lsles and .son. Heiry, went to see Mrs. Lsles' son, Jininne. who is sick at lliclimonil, last week. Mr. Tevis Abney and lanlily spent Sunday with Mrs. Ahney's gran Mr. and Mrs. l'hilip Hayes. We have had good rains here the past week which will help the grass and late corn a gnnd deal. Miss Delia Casteel who has been ver.v sick is .some better. Mr. Leonard Abranis went lo see Iteo Hie other day James Abranis is spending this week with bis uncle. Sherman Abranis, at lliclimonil. HICKORY PLAINS ITEMS you?" Everybody wanted to see the puppy at close range, so everybody said "Yes." Mrs. Klngthorne went out and brought the animal in. "Don't dogs have germs and t ilngs?" demanded one of the visit ors. "It Is likely to give Jimmy soma thing, Isn't It?" That was why everybody followed Mrs. Klngthorne down Into the laundry to see her give the waif a bath Ha was very little and the tub was very big and the soap waB exceedingly fluffy, so It took four of them to wash and dry blm. Afterward h frisked In front of a grate fire and Mrs. Klngthorne admired herself ex tremely for finding blm. Jimmy, for some reason, was late, bnt presently Klngthorne arrived. lie seemed a little dazed at the chorus of Joyful shrieks and the bundle ol brown wool that was thrust at him. "Well!" he murmured In a puzzled tone. "That doesn't look a hit like " the one "The one!" cried Mrs. Klngthorne. "What one, and what Is It?" The bell rang Just then and Klngthorne went to the door. When he rejoined them he was leading by a leash an Airedale pup. A grown-uAiredale Is without doubt the ugliest dog yet Invented, but an Airedale pup transcends by a hundred degrees tba ugliness of the grown-uAiredale. There Is no use In trying to tell what Klngthorne's pup looked like, because If adequate words could be found nobody would believe the description p p anyhow. Hickory Main, Aug. 2J.Joseph it, Cornelisou and wife of Iowa are al J. L. Cornelison's this week. Mr. mid Mrs. John McKeehan were shopping in Hei't'a, Saturday. Miss Lizzie Maupin is spending u. this week with her sister near vis-ititWal-laceto- n) . llnlidav and wife of Perry County were the guests of his sister, Mrs. Tilden Combs, this week'. Mr. Iliatt Crawford of ML Vernon is visiting Frank liiirdctte and family. Mc J. M Kiiinaid and family attended the Lexington fair. Miss Kathleen Henge of lliclimoud was the guest of Miss (iertru-lTerrdl last week. Mr. Joint Slusher vvenl to Hell County on a business trip. Mr. James Hrig-o-Doo- n, Con-venH- Parted by 8tyle. He 1 never see your great friend, tbo baroness, with you now. Have you quarreled? She Oh. 110. but our frocks can fhloroforni our dogs!" don't go well together Just at present, It Is always difficult to argue ao we are careful never to bo seen one who refused to talk baek. with each other. Fllegende Hlatttjr. Klngthorne spoke into the Immense Hence almost defiantly. "He's a bench dog," he said, "All my life I've wanted an Airedale and I am sure Jimmy will be crazy about this ono. So will you when you get used to his looks and appreciate his noble nature. That brown, woolly thing hasn't any class, my dear." "Well. I like blm!" cried Mrs. Indignantly, Jimmy slammed Into the house Just then. Something slammed In with him. It was an overgrown, calflike creature, all legs and tall and tongue, with a great ugly head, and Its style of architecture was a .combination of everything from early Oreek down. "He's mine!" Jimmy cried, proudly. "An ashcart man gave him to me, an' bo's goln' to sleep In my room an' ererythln'l An' you said I could passing have a dog!" He gave glance of disinterested scorn at the blooded Airedale and the toy woolly pup. "I suppose," said Klngthorne, with a resigned sigh to his wife, "that we King-thorn- e, Page Six. THE CITIZEN. caught a game wnrden," replied tho young scapegrace. I Tho ranger wns chagrined to find tho ofllco of the Justice closed for tho day ' and, turning to his captives, said: "I'm hungry, nnd I've no doubt you are. I'm going to tnke you Into Mlko Hal-- 1 soy's snloon for supper, but remember you are my prisoners." In fifteen minutes the town was rum-- , bllng with flic news. Under Ilallard's devilry nil the latent hatred of the ranger ami all the concealed opposition to tho forest service cntne to the surface like the scum on a mt of broth. The saloons nud eating houses boiled with Indignant protest. "What business N It of Itoss Cnvntiagh's?" they deinnnded. "What call has he to Interfere? He's not game wnrden." "Yes, he Is. All these rangers are game wardens." corrected another. "No, tliey'io not. They have to be I 11 August 28, 1913. a" I Cavanagh: Forest Banger BY HAMLIN GARLAND m revolt, nml CiivntingTi "knew II. fny" TilSco. T?lios 5TI w roiijflil replied Itoss. lMward seemed to hnvc lost In both courage nnd physical stature. He '. slouched nlong with shtillllng step, his head bent nnd bis face pale. Itoss was now profoundly sorry for him, so utterly craven nnd broken wns his look As Itoss brought his two prisoners Ho was weakened by tho knowledge to tho Wetherford House I.oe was that Hnlsey had only half consented to waiting on the porch of tho hotel, aid Justice, but bis pride was roused, (enso with excitement, straining her nnd ho was determined upon carrying his nrrest lo Its legitimate end "I'm ears nnd eyes to sou what wns taking going to see that theo men nro pun- place. Tho night hnd started with n small Ished If I have to rnrry them to Sill sickle of moon, but this bad dropped phlir City." lo added. j commissioned by thi governor." "Smash tho lights!" shouted some below the range, leaving the street dark s.ivo where the lights from tho "Well, he's been commissioned. He's 0110 nt tho back warden all right." Hero wns tbo first real note of war. windows of the all night eating houses "I don't believe It. Anyhow, he's too and I toes cried out sharply. "If a mini and saloons lay out upon the walk, fresh. He needs to bate n hnlt. I.et's lifts n baud toward tbo light I'll cut nnd while she stood peering out tho Found nf rancorous bowling nnd shrill do Mm U't's bluff blm out." It off!" Lisj Virginia tins In tbo kitchen sustealthy movement In whooping camo to ber enrs with such There was perintending the sort Ire when one of the crowd, mid. leaping upon tbo Mlggcsttoii of ferocity that she shivthe under enuie In breathless with counter. reckless cub ronched for ered. "Koss Cavmiagh has shot tho lamp. excitement. A fow nf tho hotel guests had gone Joe (Jregg for killing sheep!" ('uvmiagh's revolver shuttered the lo bill, but tho women were up. ex I.eo fared ber with blanched face. globe In tho fellow's very palm "(Jet cited mid nervous, starting nt every "Who told Jim xo?" fresh outburst of whooping, knowing down from there!" he commanded. "They're nil talking nliout It out Ihat their sons or husbniids wero out there (Joe, but they're hot! Some of In the street "to see tho fun" nnd that eiiAi'Tint xi. 'em want to lynch hlin." they might meet trouble 1. nr. 1.1n iXAis a man's i'aiit Iai hurried mil Into the dining room, At last I.oe discerned ber mother mob besieging Cnvatiagh In . which was-- crowded with men nnd silicon bad not found turning from Halsey's, followed b;31 Hiring deep excitement. louder. It hesitated and three men. Withdraw Ing from tho A half ttofcii men were standing beporch whereon she had been standbut did lint strike fore tbe counter talking with l.lze, but and eieiitiiiilly ulgcd out of tho door ing, she reentered the house to meet Ia'o puolied In to Inquire with white. and disappeared Hut tbo silence ber mother In tho hall "Where Is Mr Inquiring fare. "What Is It nil nbout? which followed its retreat was inoro Cavanagh?" she asked What bus happened?" "Out In the dining mom. You see. alarming to the ranger than Its pros "Nothing much." Llze replied conHe Some slier mischief was In Mike Hnlsey Is no kind of use eiico. horse temptuously, "but you'd think these minds, lie feared that they vamoosed and left Itoss down there Itn-- s lias nipped Joe wero nlHiut to cut tbo electric light nlono with his two prisoners mid the had been stole CJregg and one of bis herders for killlights likely to be turned out on blm, wires and so plunge blm Into darking mountain sheep." ness, nml to prepare for that emergen so I offered the caffy as n calaboose. "Io ymi moil it ho shot them?" cy be called upon the bartender (Hal They nro sure In for n long nnd tedi"Yes, lie took their bends." 'sey having vniilshi ill for a lamp or ous night." "What do you lantern. stood aghast Ioe Ixe was nlnrmcd nt her mother's apmean? Whose beads?" The fellow- sullenly set ulxuit this pearance, "You must go to bod. You l.lze laughed. "The sheep's heads. task, nml Itoss. turning to (iregg. said. look ghastly." Ob, don't be scared! No one is hurt "If you'ie miy Influence with this "I reckon I'd li'tter Iny down for a yet." mob you'd bolter use It to keep them little while, but I can't sleep. Itoss The girl flushed with confusion as out of mischief, for I'm on this Job to may need me. There Isn't a man to the men roared oicr ber blunder. "One the bitter end, and soinebodj's going help blm but me. nud that loafer Kalof the girls told 1110 Mr. Cavanagh had to be hurt." ian! Is full of gall. He's got It lu for killed n man," she explained. "Where (Jregg. who seemed quite detached Itoss nnd wilt make troublo If bo can." Is be?" from tbo action nud rather delighted "Wbnt enn wo do?" Llze betrayed annoyance. "They say with It. replied. "I have no Influence. "Shoot!" replied Llze. with dry brer. taking supper nt Mike Halsey's, They don't care a bang ulxjiit me. Ity. "I wouldn't mind n chance to he's I They have It In for you. that's nil." though why ho didn't come here plug some of tho sweet citizens of Edw arils remained silent, with his this town. I owe them one or two" don't see. What's he going to do?" she asked. "Won't the marshal take hat drawn low over his eyes.. It was With this sentence In her oars I.i-V&UA, evident that he was niixlotis to avoid Virginia went to her bsl. but not to the men off his hands?" "Not without warrant from Illgley, being scon slid quite willing to keep slumber Her utter Inability either to nnd Illgley Is out of town. Hons 'II out of the conlllct; but. with no handcontrol her mother's nrtton or to influhave to bold 'cm till Illgley gets back cuffs and tbo back door of tho saloon ence t lint of the mob added to her uiigunrdisl, Itoss was aware tbnt bis uneasiness. or else take 'em over to Chativenet," Tbe singing, shouting, trampling of Llze snorted. "Old Illgley! Yes. he's guard must It- Incessant nnd alertly "voU To Tlio Tlenres" fiTbring women ami children "InTo Tbese clncti up. It's the crowd went on. nnd once a group been known to disappear before when vigilant. magistrate, which happens to bo Hlg-le- there was some real work to be done." solitudes would be cruel. "Such n thing could not happen un- of men hnltiil Just outside her win SYNOPSIS. of Hoarlng Fork. I'll make nn ex He put all this aside for the time-- by Lee Virginia Wetherford. who has been low. and she beard Nelll ll.illard Leo went back to ber own task with der the English flag." be said to himto nn eastern school for e.irs, returns remembering that he was n soldier ample cf you fellows," a vague sense of alarm. "Certainly self, and at the moment Ills adopted noisily, drunken!)- arguing as to the to Itoarfng Fork Her mother, a coarse, under orders and that marriage was n There was nothing for Oregg to say they will not dare to Interfere with nn country scvmisl n miserable make- most effective inethisl of taking the masculine woman. Is running a shabby long way off. nud so smoked his pipe and nothing for Edwards to do but officer In boarding house, w here w hlsky Is sola the discharge of bis duties." shift. Only the thought of Itisltleld prisoners. without llcene and waited for tbe dawn, persistent obey, for a resolute ranger with an she thought She wns eager to see nnd the chief nerved him for tho long "Come on. Ixiys"' said Italian!, bis Lee meets Itoss Cavanagh. forest ran-- , as a Sioux nml ns silent its n fox. excellent weapon of the latest and "Tho chief will understand If f voice filled with reckless iletermlna him, nnd the thought that he might be vigil rer. and Forest Supervisor Uedfleld. It comes it) to hlin." bo said At daylight, there being still no sign most approved angular pattern stood obliged to tlon "Let's run blm " and l.ee become Interested In each rldo away to Chativenet of his quarry, he saddled his horse nud ready to enforce his command, and Llze Wetherford came hurrying In As they other. without a word to ber gave her a deep- looking as though she had Just risen nnd went passisl the girl sprang up Llze Wetherford. I.ee's mother, becomes was about to ride up the trail when when the pack was reclnehed Cavato her mother's room to er feeling of annoyance and unrest. from her lwd She wns clothed In n wurn 11L Lee starts In to Improve the charache caught the sound of voices and nagh waved an Imperative hand. "I her of the threatened at lark ter of the boarding house. Cavanagti and That be wns In any real danger she long red rotH'. tier grizzled hair wns the sharp click of Iron hoofs on the guess I'll have to tnke charge of your l.lze was n ready nwake and calmly liedfleld compliment her. loose, her feet wero bare, and she car- loading a second revolver by the light With his horse's guns." he said, and they yielded with- could not believe Gregg, a ranchman, threatens Cavanagh. rocks ntove blm. It wns disheartening to Cavanagh to ried a huge old fashioned revolver in of tl Lee Is disgusted with her surroundings. bridle In his arm be awaited the apout a word of protest. "Now march! A Jarring blow-waleotrlc bulb Ll7e ceases her elicit whisky selling. Mrs. proaching horsemen, resolute nml reudy see how some of the most Influential her hand Her mouth was stem. Tabs the left hand trail." bennl "Hear that? They're Itedfield Invites Lee to visit Klk Lodge. citizens contrived to give encourageto act. Stoppli k abruptly as she caught breaking In'" said Llrr She started Itedfleld tells Lee about Cavanagh's InA couple of hours of silent travel As the marauders rounded the elteresting career and explains the work brought them to the ranger's cabin, ment to the riotous element of the sight of Itoss standing In the middle of to leave the room. nd troubles of tlx larstl zsriice. bow In the trail be was surprised to town. A wink, a gesture, a careless tho Moor UEhurt, she exclaimed: "There Lee stopped her. "Where are you and there be ordered a dismount. proper messenger, con- you are! Are you all right?" going?" Ah tbe coffee was tilling he lectured word to the Their wnnU were of unemotional "As a trhet." he replied. "To help Itoss Here!" She thrust them briefly. "You fellows are not veyed to tho saloon rounders nn assurMirt. tint 111 tlicMi unco something She, let ber gun hand relax. "What the handle of a smaller weapon Into entirely to blame," be remarked philo- ance of sympathy which Inflamed their girl subtler than the electrical current t1. "IaI Wcthorford's baud. sophically. "You've bet'ii educated to resentment to tbe murderous point, it Was the sJiiK'tlng?" ought to be able to take care of herbrated. lie called to ber In wordless "A little bluff on my part." think a funic warden n Joke and Un- was confessedly one of the worst com"Anybody hurt?" fashion, and she answered In the same self. Come en!" cle Sam a long way off. Hut things munities In the Mate. "Ix-t'"No." mysterious code, and wben the Bald With a most unherok' horror run Cnvainigh!" wns the suglilt. The law of tbo have changed She wns much relieved. "I wns "Qoodby!" and bung up the receiver her limbs. Leo follow oil her state bus made me game warden, and gestion of several of (Jregg's friends. her world went suddenly pray and The fact that the rnnger wns a com- afraid they'd got you. I came as quick mother through tho ball. Tho sound I'm going to show you how It works. commonplace, as If a ray of special It's my duty to see that you go down missioned olllcer of the law and that as 1 could. Iwasnhcd. That fool doc- of shouts nnd tbo trampling nf feet runllgbt bad been wltbdrawn. down you go!" the rnm's head had been found on tho tor threw a chill Into me, and I've tieon could be hoard, and she enme out Into the road-a- nd Edwards, the guide, was plainly poacher's pack made very little dif- going lo roost early according to or- the restaurant Just In time to photo graph upon her brain a scene whose very uneasy and made several at- ference to these Irresponsible Insti- ders. I didn't hear your gun, but CIIAPTEIt X. tempts to reach ("iivanagh's private gators to assault. It wns wonderful did, nnd she enme to tell me. Don't significance wns nt once apparent. On THE I'OACHEnS. ear and at last succeeded. "I've been how highly that loafing young rascal, let 'cm get lebtnil you. If 1 was any a chair between bis two prlsoilers and morning as he topped the goconfronting Hallard nt the head of a fooled Into this." be urged. "I was Joe Oregg, was prized at the moment, good I'd stay and help. What you between the sawmill and ing to bard up and a Ktranger In the country, "It's nn outrage that the son of a lead- night?" do hold your men here all crowd of frenzied villains stood the own station Cavanagh ranger, a gleaming weapon In his and this joung fellow hired me to ing citizen should be held up In this two rifle shots In quick "I don't see any other wny. Hnlsey hnnd, n look of resolution on his face. guide him across the range. I didn't way by one of the forestry Cossacks," succession snapping across tbe high turned the place over to me. but" Ho What hn had said or what ho Inshoot a thing. 1 swear 1 didn't. If declared one of the merchants. peak on bis left. Ilringlng his horse looked ubout blm suspiciously. tended to do she did not lonrn, for her you'll let me off I'll hit the trail to The discussion which took place my place. to a stand, he unslung his fieldglasses "Bring 'cm the west and never look back. Don't over the bars of tho town was at tho bad new locks Into on our doors;I.eo has mother rushed at tho Invaders with put they'll the mad bravery of n she bear. "Oct and slowly and minutely swept tbe take me down the road, Let mo off!" riot hent by 0 o'clock, and soon nfter help some." tawny slopes of Sheep mountain, from out of hen'!" she snarled, thrusting "I enn't do that," replied Cavanagh, 10 a crowd of howling, whooping bad "I don't like to which the forbidden sounds seemed to but his tone was kindlier, for ho per- boys and disreputable, ranch hands ford," he replied, do that, Mrs. Wether- her revolver Into the wry mouth of with greater respect the lender. come. ceived that the old fellow was thin, were parading the walks, breathing They all fell bark In astonishment "A herder shooting coyotes," was bis II B AWAITED Till'. Al'IMtOACIIIKO hollow chested nnd poorly clad. "You out vile threats against the rnnger. nnd fenr. llKbOLUTK A.NU I1KADV TO ACT. first thought. Then, remembering that knew you were breaking the laws, Accustomed to men of this type, Cav- itoss leaped to her side. "Leave there were n camps In that direction recognize In the lender young Gregg. didn't you?" them to mo!" he said. "I'll clear the and that a (lock of mountain sheep Tbe other man was a stranger, an old- - j This the culprit admitted, "nut I anagh watched them come and go nt room." (which he bad been guarding careful- er man, with a grizzled beard, and tall was working for Sam Oregg, and when Halsey's bar with calculating eyes. "There will be no troublo for an hour "Not on your life! This Is my house. ly) habitually fed round that grassy and stooping figure. Joe asked me to go show him the trail or two, but meanwhtlo what Is to be I have the right to smash tho fools." peak, bis mind changed. "I wonder If "Hello, Joe!" called tbo ranger. I didn't expect to get cinched for kill- done? Illgley Is not to be found, and And she bent them over the bends with I didn't fire u shot now I ing game. those fellows are after those sheep," , "You're ustlr early!" tbo town marshal Is nlso 'out of ' her pistol bnrni. he mused as he angled down tbe The youth's fat face remained lmper- - that's the truth." am town.' " Itocognlzlng that she was minded to slope. "I reckon It's up to me to see." turbable, but his eyes betrayed uneasi- "Nevertheless," retorted Itoss, "you acting, ns To Hnlsey he said; "I fed- - ' you know, under both kill, they retreated over the threshold, In less than three hours be was over ness. "Yes, It's n long pull Into town." j were packing the head, and I must eral nnd state authority, and I call ; d and Itoss, drawing the door close on the trail In' tbe canyon, quite cer- - ' "Ileen bunting?" queried tbe ranger, count you In the game." upon you as n law nbldlng citizen to them, turned to find Leo Virginia Edwards fell silent then, but some- aid me In holding tain that the hunters wero still above still with cheery, polite Interest. these men prisoners. confronting Edwnrds, who had at"Oh, no; Just visiting one of my thing In his look deepened the ranger's) I shall camp right hero till morning him. He rode quietly up the valley, tempted to escnpo Into the kitchen. pity. Ills eyes wero large and dark, j pausing often to listen and to scroti-- , sheep camps." or until tho magistrate or tho marshal The girl's fnce was white, but tho eyo nize tbe landscape, but no sign of , Cavanagh's volco was a little less and bis face so emaciated that be relieves me of my culprits." of her revolver stared straight and truo campQre and no further rifle shots suave. "Not on this creek," ho de- seemed fit only for n sanitarium. Hnlsey wus himself a sportsman a Into her prisoner's fnce. The trip to the Fork (timed to the genuine lover of hunting nnd a fairly clared. your herder last "I moved came, and at last be went into camp With a bound Itoss seized him nnd gait of a lazy pack horse) was a tedious upon tbe trail, resolved to wait till tbe week." He walked forward. "That's flung him against tho wall. "Oct back eight hours' march, and It was nearly consistent upholder of the game laws; poachers appeared, a ward which bis a heavy load for a short trip to a but, perceiving that tho whole town there!" ho shouted. "You must taka 7 o'clock when they arrived at the outexperience as a soldier helped him to sheep camp." Ho put his band on tbe had apparently lined up In opposition your medicine with your Ikiss." village. pack. "I guess you'll have to open skirts of the courage. Ills ranger, bo lost maintain without nodding. Tho old fellow hurriedly replaced hlii To the casual observer In a town of to the this, for I ragged hat nnd, folding his arms, sank In these long hours bis thought play- morning up beard two shots yesterday this character tbcro was nothing spe- consent wns half hearted, and bo edg- where that flock of mounIwl ftunv tntrnril thn frnnf clnilnw nf ed about tbe remembrance of his last back Into bis chair with bowed bead, cially noticeable In three horsemen sheep Is running, and, visit to tbe Fork and bis hour with tain I can boo blood stains further driving a pack horse, but to thoso bis barroom, nervously seekjng to be "TIIEIIEVOU AllEl ARB YOU AM. BIOIIT?" while Llzo turned upon Joe Oregg. more, on this shoul-- I Lee. lie wondered what she was do-- 1 saddle than ho bad over shown her before. "What did you go into this kind ot whoso eyes were keen tho truo rela- neutral "to carry water on both blanket." deal for? You knew what tho garnet Ing at tbe moment. "They may atlnck mo there." How charming I Qregg threw out a barid in com- tionship of the ranger to bis captives ders," ns the phrase goes. The talk grew less Jocular as tho "All the better; I'll be on hand to laws was, didn't you? Your old dad she bad looked tbcro at Itodflelds' so ' mand. was Instantly apparent, nnd when they "Open It up, Edwards!" be girlish in form, so serious and woman-- said sullenly. alighted at Judge Hlgley's ofllco a drinks took effect, nnd Nelll Italian!, help. Hut they're less likely to boll In Is all for stato regulation, and hero, separating himself from tho crowd, on you through a locked door." yon are breaking a state law. Why ly of face! Off came tbe outfit, and under tbo bunch of eager observers quickly colcame forward, calling loudly: "Come "Hut your daughter? It will alarm don't you stand up for the code llko a. He felt as never before the Ineludl- - j tent lay tbe noble bead of a wild ram, lected. out o' there. Joe! Come out and have her." sport hie loneliness of tbe ranger's life. The a look of reproach still In bis splendid "Hello, Joe! What luck?" called a drink!" "She'll be In the other house, and, guardians of these blgb places must yellow eyes. Ills words conveyed less of battle besides, thu'dfcel easier If you are In (To He Continued.) forever be solitary. No ranger could "Our luck wus a llUlo too good-- we Cavanagh's face hardened. "I than his tone, lie wns, In fucL urging , rightfully be husband jind father for ; thought so. Now heave li. back and I I ' 11 11 t Orrgg rose ns If to comply. The rnnger Btoppod him. I "Keep jour sent," said ho. nnd to Italian! ho warnliigly reinnrked, "And you keep nwny from my prisoners." I "Do yon own this saloon?" retorted the fellow truculently. "I reckon llnlj soy's customers have some rights What nro you doing hero, anyway? This Is no Jnll . "Halsoy has given mo tho prhllege of holding my prisoners hero till the Justice Is found. II Isn't my fault that tho town Is without Judge or Jnll." the ntlnrk on you." Itoss turned to his prisoners. "Folfront!" low Mrs. Wetherford nnd-e"You needn't worry ntwmt ine," said Joe, "I won't run," "I don't Intend to give you a chance,'' yes aio M3 I THE 'TpHE most dramatic story of the day. Known as the Great Conservation Novel. 11 There is a thrill in every Gifford Pinchott, after reading the story, wrote a long letter to Mr. Garland declaring he had never been so thrilled as when reading of Cavanagh's fights in the West. line. 11 - We Have Never Given Our Readers a Better Story - h I j s 11 J ONE UOIISZ-VB- ! ' ! 1 I )rwim I 1 Hal-lar- r August 28, 19 3. 1 Page Seven FOR SUCCESS WITH POULTRY BEGIN SMALL INTENSIVE FARMING rTOOTIB Conducted by FRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M.S., Instructor in Animnl Husbandry, and Special Investigator FAVORITE SHADOW PICTURES Ele- Illustration Shows How Swan and phant's Head May Be Produced Practice Required. Cover Crops Ki-n- mmm TELL y A l ui'kv r t a liit'K'cl.v mailo iti mllimt, hilly, or oven nioiin-inmimiciw willi moil of iU "il of n cluy formation. 'lln's two I'limliliiiiH pri'si'iil a most favorahh: t ti fur washing Mini in pari nf tho Stale 0:10 u' - ) 11 llllpfl'iMMl Willi III!' ll'ITibll1 1l.u11.1p' il'HM' ainiii'illy by the kiiII.v-iii- k "T l'ipiiin ari-a- caused by heavy r.iim. Corn m Koiilui'k.v'i principal -t (i ; from the si :i 11 m Profitable A Kiultry Flock of Young Duck, Men who would not go Into the dry farm built upon u secure foundation In nirn to b successful If tt In afterward pniiwrly managed It U not only to make kltut of a (tart but the work mum Crreyulnrly and faithfully performed, day In and da) out As a rule beginner Mart with great enthusiasm ami nut a few build air caatlfs. but to many of tht'tn tilt mi). ness of tin- work, the close n itllcatlon. the constant watching, ioon becomes monotonous and then them la a shirking of duty neglect, cnri'leesuesa and the enterprise becomes a failure The point la to begin small measure the aim of the Initial step with the amount of capital and experience at hand It U often ttiH raan that meu with more or leae available, capital practically put all their money In houses and Mock Thin la a mistake and more so the caan of thoao who have no personal experience In the work In the parlance of today, "a man He must know must be onto the Job what to do and how beat to do It He must be aware that Inexperience may cause Ieaka and leaka will toon sink tin-ak- goods business for the reunon that they knew nothing about It will build houses and atock them and expect the hens to do the rest Hens, like cows yield a profit' according to the treatment given them They will not atand neglect. They are hard workers when properly managed and rewarded but they can be the most Idle and Indifferent producers when made to shift for themselves Our agricultural colleges have done much to teach the new aspirants how to tread In poultry paths and men and women who endeavor to Improve by these excellently arranged courses of Instruction will have won half tb battle, The other half naturally belongs to practical experience A man with 10,000 would better Invest one half of It in buildings, stock and fixtures and reserve the other half for feed and running expenses, than Invest the entire amount In the equipment and have to go In debt for the feed Kggs and poultry are ataple crop Is far greater and the demand than the supply This country needs more poultry farms and they will be the enterprise It la a noteworthy fact that the moat successful when properly built and Hut. the beginning must be auccesaful poultry farms of today are managed those that hate started for a small small and the growth gradual ao that beginning and gradually expanded aa every part of the work Is promptly noted and correctly performed, business and experience warranted. FILTER NEEDED IN CISTERN FACTS ABOUT THE SOY BEAN Otvlct la 80 Easily Constructtd That Plant Grows Wall In Cotton Region and I Strongly Drought Rsslstsnt Every Farmer Should Hawa One Bom Varlstlsa. Barrl Is Mad Us Of. Every cistern should have a filter, and It la so easily made that anyone can hare one. I took a standard size barrel and cut a hole In the bottom large enough to contain a strainer, writes a Tennessee man In the Southern Agriculturalist After fitting a atralner In this another one waa In farmer" bulletin 609 of the United States department of agriculture are the following facta about soy beam: Hoy beans grow well In the cotton region aa well as farther north. They are atrongly drought reslatent, and make a hay similar to that from cow. peas, though usually with a larger proportion of seed and more foody stems There are many varieties differing greatly In time of growth, some ripening within thirty days from sowing the seed, while others require the The Mammoth, a late whole season A Cistern Filter. A mlxturu of charplaced over It coal and creek gravel was then pluced In the barrel until It waa about three-fifta full. laced ovor tbo A coarse aack wu top of tho barrel to catch tbo trash, cover was placed and a Water from tho over tho barrel roof passes throUKb a BKut directly into tho barrel Tho opening at tho bottom empties Into a glazed tile with cement Joints This empties Into the cistern, Tho niter Is cleaned out anil refilled each fall. We have a metal roof, lleforo turning water Into the clateru tho roof Is allowed to becomo washed off and all gutters ure examined to sue If they Bush Beans. ar clean. The clateru Is large enough are o that only rains of winter Borne growers of bush beans have caught. After February no more found It desirable to save their own water Is saved until thp following seed because thla Is a means ot avoiding pod spot or anthracnose. When beans free from disease germs are Bartlett Pears. planted In soil free from disease there la little danger ot Infection. This matat the head of the ter Is well worth the consideration of Uartlett stands list ot pears for amount produced, de- careful grower. mand and perhaps for profitableness. It I a good bearer from youth to ,old Sour Crop Remedy. price In the age; brings aa good general market aa any; better known When fowls are made bloody by than any other variety. It Is so well known that It Is In large demand by fighting the sores or cuts should be the general public aa well as by the washed and afterward anointed with canners. It does not require a great a little vaiellne. It la also well to mount of thinning. It Is harvested at beat up a raw egg and add ten or a time when we can procure plenty of twelve I drop ot whisky for each bird. danger of canker setting In good help, before apple picking and the There from neglected cuts made by fighting. hurry of fall work. close-nttlu- grown In The Ito San la a good grown. A -- nrly variety, commonly number of recently Introduced varle- ties are becoming popular, among ihem Haberiant. Acme and Tokyo Vot regions near the gulf coast the Klreiand and llarchet varieties have ' given the best results. The land should be prepared as for cowpens and the seed planted In drills at a sufficient distance to permit one or two cultivations One bushel of seed will plaut two or threo acres, on the dis(he amount depending tance between the rows The planting should be shallow, never more than two Inches, or many of the seeds will Innoculatlon of the soil from decay j an old soy bean field Is desirable, but not usually necessary In the south. Rabbits are exceedingly fond of the oung plant and aomotlmos cause serious Injury when the field Is near woods If wanted for bay the crop should be cut when tho upper leaves begin to turn yellow, but If wanted for seed the gathering should be delayed until nearly all the leaves have fallen. The bay Is easily cured and Is fully as nutritious aa that from The yield of seed varies cow peas from one to thirty bushels per acre. It Is not a desirable crop to plant with corn, as It matures too late. As the seeds of many varieties shatter badly, the gathering for seed should not be delayed longer than Is necessary for their ripening and many more seed will be saved It the cut ting ! done early In the morning still damp with while the pods ar dew. variety. Is now commonly or atea planted, ami Him crop after of the soil Hie llliilniiuli from cultivation during the sumiiH'r leave (he ground m perfect condiand Mihciticnl tion lor Kidle.Mni;. Tin' nio.-- i etTeclne way of preetilniK' Ill's great damage to our farms is b neer leaving these cultivaled areas open lo lie heavy rains of Tall ami winter, this being prevented b providing Mime growing crop to cover the ground during these seaons. The planl mo-- l 111 favor as a cover crop m Ibis stale is rye. This is because of I he relative ehonp-lie- s nf .seed, the lilt ms at which can be xiwii, the comparative its decertainty of getting a gree of immunity to winter freezing, and (he pasture which the crop furnishes before plowini; under preparatory to the next vear's crop. live as a cover crop mav be .sown 111 the corn Held any tune from Sep l.'ilh lo October l.'lb tember the earlier Mailing often furnishing good late fall and winter pasture. It would be an excellent practice if each farmer would annually sow enough rve as a regular crop lo provide Mitlicient seed for planting all areas on the farm which otherwise would he left naked during I he vv inter. lotibtles the only shortcoming ol rve as a cover prop l thai it does not feed upon nitrogen taken dirucl-l.- v from the air and hence adds more of lln valuable element of planl food to Hie sod. We must look lo the leguminous plants to perform this function. Ilairv. or winter vetch perhaps best supplements this need, and can In successfully grown with rye by reduciui; (be ipiaulily of rye seed and sowing during September, preferably not later than the Ilfteentli of that inontb. live and vetch after mmng can be sown from tbo grain drill. 111 which case from two to iluee pecks of rve and about twenty pounds of vetch per aero should be Used. Winter vetch has a .slim stem, leaflets somewhat res- wa-dut- embluig those of alfalfa 111 .shape, and a blue clustering blossom which appear sborlly heforo the ripening of the rye. Us reclining nature makes the of great benellt in Us support for vviih it tendrils tho veld, climbs nearly to the full height of Ibe rye. The feeding value of vetch is excellent, and more Iv'enluckv farmers should lost its merits as a cover crop, with rye. my il. II. imNIMllCK. Dept. of Agn Iv'enlucky Agricuilural Kvperunent Mutton. The swan Is Always a favorlto shadow picture. It Is made by crooking the first finger and thumb, and koeplng tho other fingers In a line In order to produce the head, Place th thumb of the second hand against th MAN'S NATIONALITY re the Way an Egg Is Eaten One May Discover Country From Which Consumer Comes From, Sherlock Holmes might have figured will al ways demand his egg boiled Just three minutes, then he places tt In an egg cup Just large enough to comfortably havo tho egg fit In, taps the top ot the shell and removes the broken shell with his fingers. The egg Is eaten a spoonful atj a time. A Frenchman, much like the Englishman, likes his eggs of three min utes, exactly Ho then "peels" them, places them In a glass, stirs and mixes well togother with salt, pepper and butter. Ho makes a practice ot dip ping bread Into the mixture- and eating It along with the eggs. A Spaniard wouldn't think of letting his eggs boll more than one minute He then breaks It and lets the contents run Into the glass, and consumes It as though he were draughting down a glass of wine. An egg Is only fit In an Italian's estimation when It has been placed In cold water and removed Just as the water begins to boll, He then breaks It, pours It on a plate and proceeds to sop It up with bread, The German, like the Italian, demands his eggs as near the liquid state as possible. He breaks his eggs In an unsightly cup and scoups the liquid out as though It were soup. The American Is about the only one that prefers his eggs boiled hard. When they are served up to him, he knifes them In half, removes the con tents Into a glass, after which he adds a plentiful supply of pepper, butter and salt He then mWes the eggs fine, mixing them well with the spices, and eats them with his toast. this out, but he did not. The average Kngllshman MA Swan Shadowgraph, ie Notes Now is a line lime for fall plowing for wheat or rve. Iion't put it IT tinlil jusl heforr lime to sow the grain, for ft may Is- - dry then add hard lo plow. Take your loolh harrow and hurdle out to Ibe Held willi you when you go to plow and smooth the mound thoroughly uflor you have broken up all lumps or clods with the harrow. Tliee clods are very easy In pulverize while damp, but if you let Ihem lie out in the sun a day or two o bake il is altogether another story. I iilnli'li from the plow long 'iiough before noon l smooth down all ln morning's plowing before you go lo dinner. ! the same in the evening. It l very important to have soil llnelv pulveried so that the lender ioot of the young plants can easily to o every particle of it. Then too, when the ground is smut lied down with a Hue. mulch on top, you can Hold moisture in tho soil lo sprout ibe grain quickly and give it a good start before heavy frosts come. I'litir grass seed will alo get a much heller stand in a good seed I upper part of the arm, and open tho fingers slowly, mo ring tho outsretched Angers of the first hand until they touch the tip of tho second. The effect of tho plucking and preening the feathers of the wing will, If well and naturally done, be most realistic. This shadowgraph requires some little practice. An elephant's head requires one hand on the top ot the other, and a email handkerchief thrown over the Elephant's Head. wrist so as to fall down In front; the first finger of the tower band must act for the trunk, which may be Bwayed to and fro. LARGE HEAD OF THINKERS They Keep Right on Growing as Long as Brains Are Active Opinion of Expe'rt Given. bed. You can not spend tune more profitably than by giving your wheat or ground one or two extra har- - SHEEP AND DOG IN HARNESS ed between now and seeding lime Kvery time you harrow will probably increase your yield two or "hrer bushels per aero.. Count on your grain whenever you an gi't the ground in shape during the latter half of Seploniber. Have you cut the sprouts and oners yet this August? If not drop any and all other work but plowing ,iiid harrowing and do it now. If .voir cut them in May, all tho better. I il again now. If your corn stands up well wheal, or barley in the corn right away with one horse grain drill, or broadcast and cover with ! shovel or II tooth cultivator. . sow-rye, ie owing Somewhat Difficult Task Undertaken and Successfully Carried Out by Wisconsin Boy. Teaching a sheep and dog to do teamwork In drawing a cart was the somewhat difficult task undertaken and successfully carried out by the boy shown In the cart. He likewise planned and made the harness, says the Popular Mechanics. The queer team was not trained for show but the south 3 Boy Drives Sheep and Dog HEAD LOUSE ATTACKS CHICKS Poulterer Must Look Closely for Injurious Little Insects In Order to Get Healthy Birds. (By A. C. SMITH, Minn.) of Poultry Husbandry, University Farm. BL. Paul, 8ettlng a Turkey, In nearly all cases it will be best to allow the turkey hen to hatch oat her second laying of eggs. The woathor Is usually warm and settled, and she will raise them with very little trou ble. 8lnger I Layer. Tho singing hen Is the layer and If there Is not song among your flock: something Is wrong and yon should Immediately ascertain what It Is and remedy It. Together. for use, and when the boy owner, Louis Held, of Lyons, Wis., was asked to lend himself and team as one of the attractions at a county fair he refused on the grounds that It would worry the sheep and disturb the even temper of the dog. RIDDLES. Why ought a greedy man to wear a plaid waistcoat? To keep a check upon his stomach. s s Tho head louao attacks young chicks generally beforo thoy are feathered out, and Is first found on tho head with Its claws or feeders sunk Into the skin of thq head. As thoy bocomo moro numerous, they attack tho throat and neck as well. Tho remedy la simple, but It takes a Uttlo tlmo. Bach chick must have Its head greased with lard, cottonsued oil or olive oil. You will havo to look closely to soo thoso Insects. They aro very destructive to chickens and must bo After 25 humans beings are not supposed to grow except to put on weight. Increase their waist measure or grow stout all over, but the claim has been made by J. Mlllot Severn, an English phrenologist, that there are many Instances where the human head continues to grow and that men's heads have been known to Increase In Blze after they were 40 years old. Mr Severn's claim Is of much Interest, regardless ot the matter of phrenology, but they are actually new claims, for Dr. J. 13. Mege, of Paris, says the brain does not become fully developed until a man Is from forty-fiv- e to fifty years of age. Mr. Severn says he haa measured the heads of many prominent people from time to time and he has discovered by means of these measurements that the head continues to grow at a considerably greater age than Is generally believed. By taking careful cranial measurements at various times of the same heads be Is able to give figures. He haB, he says, taken measurements and examined measurements of more than a hundred thousand heads during the last 25 years, and he has come to the conclusion that just so long as the human brain Is active and kept vigorously at work, tt develops and the head Increases, In very many Instances, In size. TO ELECTRIFY By Rubbing RUBBER COMB It With Dry Flannel and Suspending by Thread It Will Follow One's Finger. The Tented Field. When does a sou not take after his Mrs. Hlghtone Yes, my husband father? comes of n noblu family. Ills ances When his father leaves him nothing tors won great renown on the tented to take. field. .Mrs Wlhhles-ll- ow odd! My controlled or exterminated If the chick hiisbanil'K people were la the circus Why do knapsacks resemble handis to bo healthy. business too. Huston Transcript. cuffs? llecaueo both are made for tourists (two wrists). Tk Ktmimtfrn Cat tai tkm ( rr Jsaj rests What animal would you like to be on a cold day? Electrify a rubber comb by rubbing It briskly with dry flannel. Suspend It as shown by a silk thread previously attached to It. When a finger la tt A little 'otter. let- J ' I ( Why are strawberries like the ter "n?" Decause they make Ice nice. When Is a wall like a fish? When It Is scaled, Controlling Finger. s Made by the ForemoM Ammunition Concern in America Rmlntton-UMC- We travel much, yet prls'ners are. And close confined to boot, We with the swiftest horse keep pace, Yet always go on foot? A pair ot spurs. held under It the comb will follow the finger, turning round and round as the hand moves. Popular Electricity. Good-b"Qood-b- Kiss Now Two Cents. CARTRIDGES ETALLIC THE biggest name. is in the ammunition and firearms world Whether your arm ia a Remlogtoe or any other standard make, whatever its calibre and the load Remington-UMmetallic not becauM you need, you want they are necessarily stamped with the same nam a your they give more accurate results. firearm, but because This Cwnpuur Las Wmo nUnf. amnunitisa lor SJtjr Tsar. We nnju( mafojj vj tat drd ma.a .01a aim ana wtmw waaew fot wUch is roads. UMC caitride is ImSmI la lis That Is driving. tickets," price two cents What Is that which you cannot hold each, are now on sale at the Waterloo ten minutes, although It is aa light as railroad station In London. The Lona feather? don and Southwestern Hallway comYour breath. pany decided to levy a tax on the lovers, friends and relatives who come What man do we most admire? to kiss the company's passengers and shout "Don't forget to write" through s the windows ot departing trains. The When has a man brown hands? cardboard slip gives entry to the platWhen he's tann'd 'em (tandem) form. Wo-ma- klalor C t Arms-Unio- n Remington 299 Broadway Metallic Cartridge Co. 2 New York Her Soft Answer. "Mary," said a mother to the quicktempered little girl, "you must not get You mad and say naughty things. should always give a soft answer." When ber little brother provoked her an hour afterward, Mary clinched her little fist and said. "Mush I Using William. "Papa," said William, "I think Mr. Jones la the nicest man in this neighborhood." "Jone seems to be all right," the father agreed. "Yea, sir," continued William, "when I was over there last evening be let me use bis new lawn uuver tor naif an hour." Paqe Einht name THIS CITIZEN Is Marcella. Mrs. Frank brother who is in llauiilloii, Ohio. is spending a few weeks with - Marl in Cook of Munition who loft her parents al Drip Hock. Mrs, Aug. ;'nd for Hamilton, 0 gut his Tillman Todd is seriously ill al this foot mashed while working in a witting. I .ft Willie Durham Ml foundry. Married. Aug 7th, Mr. ColTee of Lgypl lo Miss Kiln oiT a mule one day last week and I Biughaui of Mauldeii. Their many broke his arm. friends wish Ihem a long ami happv CAIIHO Carico, Aug. '.M. -- Aunt Cosby Cole life. mc ki:i: was visiting S. II. Huberts and family. Sunday. Orhin Smith Is very McKee. Aug. 'Si. Circuil Court low typhoid Willi fever. The convened hero today for a Ihree drouth was broken here last Friday weeks term. There are several felhy a good rain.- - (rnnl Parker has ony cases to he tried. One murder measles at present.- - S. It. Huberts case transferred from Owsley Counis titlontlitig court al McKee this ty is to be tried here. Judge Lewis Mrs. F.liabelh llimes is today ordered the ShcrilT In go lo week. poorly al preseiil. M. J. Iteyuolds London jai I for Pete Begley ami lo is here this week taking pictures lliclmioml jail for Itiiford ami ami gelling a Hue lot or work to do. I'arncsl Fowler and have lliein II is bustling lime with the wothe court on Wednesday or this men canning I heir pearlies mid ap- week. -- Lawyer Win. Begley or Lonple-. There are a great many going don is hero lo attend Circuit Court. to attend the Laurel County fair The Pauley Jail Building Co. has nel week. Boss Sinners who has begun work on the new jail hero. been operaled on is improving lowly. They are huiblmu' it on the smne There is ipilte a lot of sickness site as Iho old jail was built on. Lawyer T. J. Coyle or Berea is in. in tins iciuily. Hat-Held 1 lie-to- re -- August 28, iqi.v East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else li me Hocetrfipoiidfnet paMlihtd snlm tltiM In lull by the wtilcr. Tbe n erldtnee ot tood tilth. Wilte plainly. not (or pablleatloa, bat .Every Thing in Our Tin Shop Must Be Sold by Aug. 30th Two barrels of good Roofing Paint, black, 40 cts.; red, 85 its; regular price, 50 cts. and $1.00. Csist Iron Ranges, six eyes, '4 oil. Cast Iron Cook Stoves, four eyes '4 oil. Graveled Roofing, sold at S2.75, special price, $1.75. We will cut on Paper Roofing 5 ets. every week until sold. We must dispose of these things because of need of space: Galvanized Troughs, Rain-watMiters, Chimney Tops, Stove pipe, Steel and Tin Rooting. er VT!.KTOK MMIetre. Aug. IH. -- The weather lill onuliuuc dry n I Ins vlrini'y ami crop are looking very hail. (i.i'ibanl nf Annville. Mrs. I !! veiled Mr. Henry (Jay. Saturday I'errv H. Iluriis is ami Sunday. pulling up a tork of good which will hi'lp Hit' people of this School is progri'ssi'iit nicely al Highland wilh Hattio Noare as learlnc. -- Sunday School progressing very well ill Highland wilh .Initio Molnlnh. lint I if .oace and Mary It. lay a teachers. -- Krnily Hishop and Wiley Hum were united ii. matrimony. Tuesday. We vvih them much joy. -- Sunday the till 't regular church time al Newfound with Hex. iVniunglon as preacher. -- Mr, l.ulie and Lottie at this isiled relative Daniel place. Sunday. The droiiih hrnl.on here. ThurMlay night a good rr in fell. No rain of much help had lallen for two month" and crop. have been damaged oonider-ally.--M- r. and Mr- -. Perry Iteynolil or near Hamilton. ()., are visiting friends mil relatives at this place and other points in the County. Mr. and .Mis. r.hner K. (tahhard have returned home from Winrhetr where they hae lieen as wit lie es 111 the Cadahan ene. Mi Martha Murdiick 01 lluckhnrii is spending a few days with J. I., (iahliard and family- .- The institute at Bonneville closed last Friday. Prof Kills Scale Mis Artie Porter was spent lal week with Mis- - Mae M111-lat litis place. Henry (iahhard lot a line mile lat week ami .lohn Hoynohl one this week hy heing hitlen hy a copperhead snake. Mr. .lame- - Moore, a highly respected citizen of tin-- ; place died lat Friday. He was ahout 00 years old and had been ery feeble for some time. Charley (iahhard of Sturgeon was here a few days ago. He is the nominee for A essor of Owsley County on the hemorralic ticket and is around S"emg all the voters. Some of the cili7cn of Iticelown went So Sturgeon, Saturday, to attend the preaching services at that place. I), (i. Iteyi'iilds of F.versole was here Thursday with a load of melons. Cow vva er , a good preacher. Aunt Pollie IV-- I ter gave the voting folks an apple ' cutting la- -l Tuesday night which was enjoyed hy all the young folks present. Ike Ford of Jackson Coun ty is visiting friends and relatives of near Blake this week. Arthur Bry ant ami family of near Blake atv moving to Heidelberg- .- The water is Very carce in these parts.-(Seor- ue Peters accompanied hy his son. ('.rale, visited his home folks Jack-o- n from Friday until Sunday. -11 IIAI'I.KY. row rutXK Cnek. Aug. '.'a. (iaiiley. Aug. I!'. The weather conl nines dry and corn crop a'-going lo lie iry short.- - There are three rases of Ivplioid fever al Mr. Mullin Al Vaughn's.- - Mrs. Burt is improving fat. J. C. Bullock is -- lowly improving from the shock of lightning he got Ihivo weeks ago. -Harry Itobertson is getting alum; Hurley Itoherl-o- u nicely. Mi is about to go back to her school again. Nalh Bond is having a well due 111 Ins yard a- - water is niighly scarce in this pall of the County. -Henry Pace' baby - very sick at Ibis tune. A. I.. Sams is in very-poohealth..!. C. Bullock -- old a cow ami ealf to Mr. Clarence Howard for Jin. I.. B. Lewis is on the -- ick li- -l this week. K. S. Browuiui: - on liiesicklit this week. There will tie a protracted meeting beginning at Nw Bethel church on the fourth Sui.d.iy night of this mouth. -- Kdsar McDaniel is iilhig his grandfather at Last Beriisladl.-had a mighty good rain last week. Mr. and Mrs. Clarbren Allen visited their grandfather. J. ;. Bullock, is 11 this wool-- . (ioorge Itoherl-o- u poor health at thjs time. Bill.'y Melealf got badly hurl while working the i,.iarry la- -t week. F. M. Ponder sold a bunch of hogs nnd cattle to Wilas Allen for ? 1. -We K Mll.llltl.il Mildred. Aug. '.'.". - We are having -very g 01110 iiowers which badly needed I'M Moore and wei-.lame- - M. Morgan have mine to llamillou. O.. to work II11- - Tall.- - v. J. Browning has gone to Woodbine to work.-- - Clivutl Court begins al McKee today wilh -- nine very hid on the docket. .1. F. murder ca-ami W. F. Tuicher and Dan Saiidliu pa ed thru here today enroute In the Wild Cat Switch alter brick Ut build the new jail at McKee. Cook Pro- -, have begun logging ami -- lave tuakiuu 011 the farm ii'cenlly purA. chased from II. C. Nanl.-- S. Jones is logging for J. D. Stewart Ihi- - fall. laon Fields has .old his farm to Hubert Turner for a pair ( mules and :vn'. He -- ay- he is guiim back to Hie mountains where lie came from. J. .1. Duiiigaii has gone to Hichmond to secure a traveling a position. W. K. Jones piircha-ei- l new lleuder-o- n waizon from W. It. Kngle.- - The Flat Lick A ociatmn begins September Mil. Kvcrybody IllVlleif to come.- - W. F. Jones pass. ed through tin- - vicinity today In Cray Hawk where he -- chool tin- - fall. -- - es -- te ISAACS Naac, Aug. 2.'. We are havim: luts of lain this week which was badly neoned. Tom Itrewer, who is working at llaclpateh visited home folks, Saturday ami Sunday. Mr. Alfred Yoik purchased a tine calf from Mis. Sarah Davis for $11. James Steel of Moores Creek was here huy.ui; sheep, recently. Asa Cornelius and Sam Taylor are hauling coal Tor W. A. Worlhington. Win. Settle has been hauling ties fur It. K. Taylor. (iranl Nichols is erecting a new dwelling house. Damp McQueen died Aug. I.'th. We extend our sympathy to his bereaved parents ami friends. Ceorue l.angdou 1-.- working for It. K. Taylor on his new dwelling house. Mrs. Martha Cook of Hydcn visited relatives ami friends at this place recently. Mary F.. Purkey is visiting her daughter, Martha .1. Davis. The apple peeling at It. K. Taylor's, Tuesday night, was well attended. -Our school is progressing nicely with Mrs. Till ie York as teacher. Climax, CXIMA.X Aug. 'St. Simpson Keen wife ami four children of Kirksvillc have returned home after spending a few day- - visiting friends at Climax. Hilly Jones cut his foot with a broadax a few days ago ami is seriously ill from the wound. The little infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Angliu died last Saturday night ami was laid to rest in the Philips cemetery, Sunday. The Holy people, are holding a revival meeting al Pino (irove, Jackson County, this week. lljiden Moore attended' the lloliue-- s meeting la- -t night at Hie drove. Plenty of rain has come at last hut too late to improve corn much, but we think this locality will make nearly half crops. -- J. D. I'ouniiiglon's wife who has been sick so long is slowly improving now. -Our school is progressing nicely at this place with Miss McWImrler as teacher. Iteinemher church meeting at Ituckeyr Christian church, Saturday before and on every fourth Sunday. F.verybody welcome. -- Meeting at the Ironclad Ilaptisl 011 the llrst Saturday and Sunday in each mouth. III.AKK Blake, Aug. 2.'). People were made, glad by the good rain that fell last Thursday night ami Friday iiinru-in- g which was needed very had. There was a protracted meeting at Walnut drove the past week conducted hy preacher Fox of Buffalo, which was well attended as he was Vaughn, Aliuville. Aug. J.'l. The Teacher- -' wile of James Vaughn of this place, As.ocialiiui 111 Kducational Divi-io- n died al I'.erea. Tuesday. Aug I'.'lh No. :t. will be held al Cornell's afli a b ug illness. She leaves a Chapel. Aug :ioih. Work hy pupils husband and four children to mourn or the varioii- - schools w be exher lo-- s. Mis. Carrol Martin is hibited, ami a lengthy program ren-- lowly recovering. Hire Lamb of dered. -- Delbert York, llarve Fo Dre.Vus is visiting the home of J. and Harry l'o. who have been al Levitt al present. Mary Hamlin is Hamilton. ().. fur -- oiue lime, are at relatives near Hichmond at home again. - School al Aliuville nt.- - Mr. and Mrs. Oarlleld (iah- pr began lal Tue-da- y with baid recently moved to Muncy, Ind. IIS pupil- - ami the following teachSeveral from Ibis place attended ers. Mis Wallvord. principal, iho the Holuiiss meeting al Flat Cap, Oiilick. Marie Miiyskius ami Sunday. There were several drunk Until Mrs. K. Peunim:tou and men para'img the roads, Sunday. It Mis Mattie Medlock visited Beiva -- elllllg whisis iielleved some one is a few day- - la- -t week. Mrs. Martha key near Boone ami also Flat (Sap. Cook or Hyilen willi four of her Mrs. I (Suyn of Conway is nard children ami her rather. Miuati ill al present. Mrs. H't'ie in ' Turner, were the 1:110. ts or Mr. and King fonnerly of this place is reMrs. Jerry York last Wedue-ila- y ported very sick at her home at nmld. - Mis- - Itule, laac- - from BoBerea. The Holiness meeting near ron her Kramlpnrcnls here Itoone closed Sunday the 17th. la- -t week.- - Mr. Morgan B. Lveroe There was meeting al the home if who ha- Berea. Ilae-patc- b been Andrew By rd, Saturday night. -- The and Hicluiioml returned home, roads are being unproved near Monday. Lldeii Daviil-01- 1 and Mis. Bonne. Mrs. Mattie Coyle who has Mollie John-Io- n atlemled church it been residing at Muncy. Iml., return- Welcblnirg, Sunday. Lldon Dav ed home a few days ago. ha- - resigned as teacher for the Welcliburg school to accept a posiHATHA I Ml ha. Aug. 18. Mr. and M.-tion a- - Irnvolim.' salesman wilh a VI 1.1 House attended the Holiness tohai house out of Lexington. Mr. meeting at Fogertown, Saturday Leonard (ioodmau lakes Ins plaeo in ami Sunday. Bradley Hacker, the school. It. A. John-to- n who was -- hot husband of Mrs. Florneuce Hacker on Itacoon road yesis visit in- - (he home of his father terday is home now. Mr-. Frank ami mother al Ited Bud. On Aug. W. King ami children who have 17th Mr. ami Mrs. Oliver Caudill been visiting her grandparents for was gitted lo a tine baby boy. a few weeks returned home, MonBrown Young has gone to Califor- day. Waller Medlock is mnkini; nia to pay his Iriemls and relatives lieadip'arlers al Fast lleru-taami a v isil- .of Sexton buying lies for a tie Company from is visiting Miss Clara Todd and also Berea lo Corbin. Itev. (!. W. Johns-to- ll atleuiliiiK the lug show al Terril's who is now living wilh ins Creek. -- Julius Hacker, Sr., hasgo-idauuhler, Mrs. John Medlock, is to Loudon on ,1 business fip. A. very poorly. It. (iahhard of Owsley County is NATHANTON visiting Ins daughter of Jackson Nathanlou, Aug. 2.'!- .- The lone County. Julius Hacker, Jr., Iris drouth has been broken hy tin rebeen ill villi blood poisoned foot. cent rains. Died, Clark, son of J. F.. Mr. ami Mrs. Alice Bowling's son Holcomh of McKee, Saturday, the is low vvdh typhoid fever. Howard tt of appendicitis. He was eleven Itobuison and Leonard llohiusuu years obi. Interment at this place spent Siu.day afternoon al Mr. Ben the loth. Mrs. John Shepherd and Hacker Bodkins of Wallace-to- n family and Mrs. Isaac Hurst and ami Miss Knllie Spurluck have family from near Louisville are visbeen visiting the homo of tleur iting friends and relatives at this grandfather. Julius Hacker, Sr., the place and in Owsley County. .Mrs. past week. -- Bertha Wyatt who has Abijah Smith visited during the llrst been visiting her relatives in Jack-.-o- n of the week at Henry Sunt It's of ami Laurel counties is fixing FgypL Mrs. Marlha Hurst who has to return to h. - home in Hamilton, been very sick for the past few days O. 1'hn people of Jackson County Ward of is improving. - Joseph were blessed with u good rain I ho Lruestville and Jack Ward of Maul- 17th of Aug. den are visiting here. J. K, p. Hurst is expected home from an extended KKIIBV KJIOII Knob, Aug. 21. -- Wo have visit with relatives 111 Tennessee. K'"b been having some good rains which Mrs. Samuel Saiidliu is visiting her were very much needed. The Asso- parents at New Hope. ciation lo he held at this place will MAI'l.ltr.N begin Fi K'ay before the third Satur Munition, Aug. at. Mrs. (ienernl day 111 S ptemher. Mrs. Lafe Wil Short and daughter of Ohio have s. liams. Walter Williams and been visiting friends and relatives children visited relatives at Drey at Mauldeii. Slevij Farmer ami fus .1 few days last week. A babv family left Aug. 17th for llamillou, girl armed at the Home of Mr. ami O. Itarlie Morris and Ins brother's Mrs. F.I111 r Click, Aug. J7lh. Her family left Aug. 2(th to go to his Boone, te Mi-s- en: id--s dt e -M-- IIOONE Aug. 'St. Mrs. annv 11.1.1: town this week. Lawyer !. I. Had-- 1 or or Chicago was in town last Friday on business. - D. (S. Collier made a trip to (ii nliall la-- l week. The Chri-lia- ii Ludoavor Society held an open air mootiui: !at Wednesday inglll. Seveial of the young people HENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager gave Mijs Kmma Spark- - a surprise Tinthop on Jnckton Street, Berea, Ky. Phone 7 or 187 party la- -t Tliur-da- v night, it heiin; died her biilhilay. John L. la- -l Sunday rrom a prolonged case r paralyi. Ho was -- truck with UNITED STATES NEWS paralysis about one year ago. lie was biirio-- al Nalhautou, today, by Cfint'ntoril liom Pint I'nite Ik l.odue or New Hope. He ti A It LM.AMPMLM wa- - a very prominent citmm or this A. It Lncampiiieul The annual Ion nl. ami leave- - a large number LET 'ER OUT' BEAT THAT TRAINI will ho at Chattanooga. Tonu.cpi. r friends. Hi- - little -- mi, Clark, th-- d SHOUTED AN AUTO PARTY I'he chief feature will be about two weeks ago of appendici IN ILLINOIS. a mimic battle by regular I roups tis. We extend our -- y mpathy to the 'with modern eipitpmenl and meth-loil- s. bereaved family. The follow im: 'I'he struggle on Lookout Minute Later Five Persons Are Killed inarriaco license wore issued last bo reproduced III ll'o Engine and Machine Hit at a M. Lamb. IS. Dnp Mountain will week: Millard Grade Croitlng. Hock. Cyutliiaua M. Isaacs. ". Kerby "works. It is expected lo lie one of Knob; J.'ltoberl Clark. .'(). Drip Hook, .the mol notable gatherings of Hie W'rslrrn N'mo)1o I'nlt.n N'rwn l.ydta Laiuhart. '.'I. Drip Hock; Win. year. PHINCLTON S'll'DK.N'IS FAHM Chicago. Ill "Let r out! Bent that Lynch, Tit. McKee. Cumin Hire :C. A rami or it'll acies is being cultiir.iln'' cried women members of a f'bt McKee. San ford Laiuhart of Mcrty when tin Kee and Martha Begley of Cray vated within tin yards of Princeton rupo automnblllng Hawk eloped to Tennessee last campus hy a group of six under'- - heard a Monon paonengcr train apWednesday un:hl and were married iKrailuale students who will sell the proaching Keilman's rroislng. 12 mites from Hammond. Ind there. After a short honeymoon crops. Train and automobile met on the hoy returned to Cray Hawk. I'mf. BOSS Ml ttl'HV IO BK INDICTLD crossing The big Monon engine cut or Berea College pased thru Marsh Th.' ctiuoiiiicemeul is made that the ear nearly In half and tosiind its Ito-- s here, today . M.irphy of Tammany Hall, passengers Into the woods, five of with itliei- - - to be imlicleil for a them. Including two children, to sudSANIHiAl1. coiispu in x to oust Oov. Suler from den death. The machine was carried Sand (lap, Aug. '.'."- .- Since the re- Ins otllce. Kuickor-- 1 :iHl yards on the locomotive pilot The The Albany cent good ranis crops nro looking booker Press -- tales that there is occupants wire tcattcrcd among the much belter 111 this neighborhood. Winn W S. Il.ilanger. engi'positive evidence of the of luuliey weeds Durham ami Mrs. Newton Tul-ll- e 'to bring about Iho impeachment neer; Charles II Qiilun. fireman, lloh-er- t II. Strong, conductor: Michael Galwho wore sick at lat writing are charges acninl Snlzor. Dilrict A- lagher, baggageman, and It. J. tied-ric.iiucli unproved. Ile. John .lone--- d ttorney Whitman of New York is brakeman, Cholutil Flat gave an interest inir om.'io.'cd on the case ai.auist the sengers, began with u score of pastheir search for victalk to the people ot this place, Tammany chief. tims, they first found Schiller, moannight. Subject. "The Hio or ing for his sweetheart The dead were Ml '..VI CAN AITAIHS the Churches." Itev. Ii. V. Clem-uioi- is The policy d the I'nileil Stales m placed In a combination car of the tilled his regular appointment Schiller and ami no train and the Injured Mexico is at the Bapti-- I church here, SaturMiss Kahn were separated Schiller goveru-inen- l. begged for bis fiancee until opiates day ami Sunday. A largo congro-calio- n 'recognition of the llue(ta as staled by the President. quieted him The parly was returning Mrs. Sidney aeinbled. by the Lulled lo Chicago from an outing at (Ydsr Chrismaii is on the sick list. C. S. The proposals made family of Happy Stales through Mr. Lind were Lake. Ind The automobile was OMicd Dm ham ami a and driven by Schiller lleichls recently visited his parents First: Cessation of hostilities ami Second: An dotlnile armistice. Clem-lliolat this place Mrs. Khnor ami children her sis. early and free election. toThird a CINCINNATI MARKETS lie to lilliil himself not Mis. Durham, Saturday night lltierla 'or. 2 3 white Com candidate. Fourth: Agreement by So'iftSlc,No.No while Sic, No. 7'Jc. No. 4 while and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. tieo. 1:. all parlies to allele by the results 2 yellow 79fr "U Vc. No. 3 yellow John-e- n me visiting with relatives No. 1 yellow 77'4t7Sc, No 2 at Monies Creek. -- James 0. Dur-iia- ,of the eleclioil. mixed 7Ufl 7',-4cNo 3 mUed 7Sifi or Berea was at McKcc, Satur7Jc, No. i mixed "U'-f- il "Sc. white ear day on business. Airs. K. I). Durham RAZE MESSINA BUILDINGS 7!'1Mc, yellow ear MljiSic. mixed cur 7!flMc. of Friendship Lane is on an exHay-- No. 1 timothy $19fi 19.26, tended visit aiIIi relatives at Wind 2 timothy Hurricane Hltt Famous City Amer standard JtTtilTMl, SIMl 318.2a. No. (15 Cave. timothy No. timothy icans Among the Victims. tin, No. cloer mixed JKSOfrlfc. , rii.i.Mom: No. 2 clover mixed 15.r0QlC, No. 1 Nome. American and other dwell-- ' clover $H ft 150. Aug 'St. The storms d Fillmore. tugs erected at Mi hsIiui after the 1!08 2 white 434ffi4lc. standOats No. the .'nth did much damage to the corn crop in this vicinity - Itev. Fd earthquake were devaluated by a hur-- ard 442'., 0 43c. No. 3 while 2 42J42sr, No. No white mixed i.i Hoggs preached at 'Fillmore church, rlcane of terrific violence. The inim-- 'iHZH,c. No. 4242'Ac. 4L"sH.1c. No ai 3 mixed oer nf perxoiis drowned g unknown as Saturday ajid Sunday.- - C. N. Moore yet, but the death H llt may be large, mixed 41o. ft 42c. red U3fi94c. No. 3 l Wheat-N2 who tell and broke his log last week au the city wax maidenly flooded, Sic, No. 4 red KSS7Wc is improving slowly. F. M. Lucas Thnu- of Hhelleri collapsing - Prime HrstM 2.1c, firsts 21c, orKggsand family wore visiting Mr. and 'sands are homelrns .and there Is wide dinary firsts 17 '.(', seconds 13U,c L spread panic among the survivors. Poultry Springers, 2 lbs and over, Mrs. W. J. Moore, Sunday. Mrs. IKc; under 2 lbs, 18c. old roosters. K. Moore who has boon visiting her 4 light, 4 lbs hens, hrotlicr, J. W. Spencer, ill Wiscon- BABY ELEPHANT BREAKS LOOSE. 'J'jc; under, over lbs, 14c; under 3 lbs, 13Vic; ducks, and 10c; spring ducks, 3 lbs and over, 12c; sin has returned homo ami reports Aurora, Ind. A baby elephant, be- white, 4 lbs and over, 11c; turkeys, K an enjoyable trip. .1. W. Moore and longing to a circus exhibiting la this lbs ami over, lhc. old loins, ISc; llnhort Fletcher went to Bealtyvillo, city, attacked a large red touring car young, ISc, culls, he, spring turkeys, Monday, on business. Howard Chil- occupied by .Messrs. John Coimway, to 3,4 lbs, 26c. geese, 6Sc dress and Matt Brewer with, their James Kennlt, Smiley S.iKSinan and 2i - Shippers J7.60fr. extra Cattlenew gasoline thrasher are in our Freddie ftyrd when they drove onto H.2rift8..riO; butcher steers, extra $7.2.1 5 S, good to choice JG.7fiW7 75, comvicinity threshing wheal ami oats. the. show lot. The elephant, breaking mon $.'(! t:.6); heifers, extra and Joe Barker are it way from Its keeper, made a rush 7 1U1(to fairgood to choice $t.r0 7 Will Moore 7.25, -for the machine, and when John Con-- ' common to fair f4.75(ti.4Q; cows, ei making cross ties for D. C. Layne. Krncsl, the little son or F. M. Lucas, away, tbe chauffeur, attempted to get tra $t:fr6.25, good to choice $5.r0ff( s was painrully injured hy putting a nwuy from the animal, the machine 5 90, common to (air 3.7fii( 5.25; bounded over an embankment VUl t, ilvnamito can in the stove whi"h struck a tree, turning turtle. Tbe and( ole-Hulls llologua jr..2rntC, extra Jti.10 exploded, tearing oil' a part 'if pliant fought the car for several mln VC25. fat bulls Cilti.2.r,. Calves- - Kxtrn $11,25, fair to good Ins thumb and one linger. Mrs. utes before It wan captured. Will, common and large H.UOIt) Julia Lacy is visiting her son at $10 60. BREAKS UP HOUSE PARTY. Torrent this week. Hogs Selected heavy $S.90fp9, good to choice puckers and butchers $9.20 N, Y. Thomas II 'il 9.2.1, Pouglikeepslc, mixed Names of th Cowslip. packers $9.109.20, Thi; cowhIIp or "imgulc' linn un Ira Klmlln, CO years old, wns fatally shot stags tibUG.M. extra $C.90ifi7, com-Huto choice 'heavy fut sows $4.50 uieiise variety of uauies to choose from. by Lorenzo Barrett, 70 years old, near ft 7.05, extra $7.76, light and "Wo cnll It In ICngltslio cowslip, or Hopewell Junction, and Barrett Is In j shippers $9.259.30; pigs (110 medium lbs and cowHlnp. or puggle." wroflj Turner In Jail hero charged with murder. Mrs. less) $4ftfi.C5. 1MH. Aim! In the modern "Hook of Catherine Havens, who was present at ' Sheep Kxtru light $4.154.25, good Flowers." hy Katharine Tynan and the shooting, Is detained as a witness. to choice $3,764.10, couiinon to fair Maltland, thero nre collated The two men and Mrs. Havens dined $2ft3.C6, heavy sheep $3.2.Hf3.75. I'raiKCM Uimbs K'xtra $7,76, good to choice not only such vurlnutH of "pugcle" ns together at noon, and Barrett compaglu, palggle. beagleM (Cutulirldgv-slilre- t plained ot the manner In which Klm- $7ft7.65, common to fair $4.5011.76, $3f)4.50, yearlings $3.&0fr.25, (llertfordshlrel. lln had prepared the food. While Klm- culls ewes $3.60fi 4.60. and -- Berea School of Roofing k- I SPEED TO DEATH Ma-ou- ic 1 ' I ' 1 -- Jee to Sal-unl- ay ' is vi-il- m . 1 I re-l- hun-dred- can-ner- a but palsy wort or palsy weed (from Its supH)Kcd vulue In enses of palsy), crew-ellfairy cups, home buckles), cuckoo llowers, Peter wort, herb Peter, I'etef keyB, Peterkln. fulry bell. Indies' keys and cow strlllngH. The highbinders cull It only "sobruch" pleasunt. London (J lobe. lln was dancing with Mrs. Havens, Barrett became angered. stock The His Bad Phflht. Clergyman-- 1 bud no Idea Our Cornfislds. The combined area of the cornfields of tbe United States Is nearly euul to tbe urea of Franco or Oenuuny, vvuu so prevalent till 1 began to drive n car. Ills Wife Do you bear much of It on the road? The Clergyman-Wh- y, nearly every one I bump Into swears frightfully. ruck.