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t Jbm 2, 1183 THR CITIZEN Par Five Pall L.I Sllhl MKC THE CITIZEN A M.fMtiMn Issnilv newspaper pakltatwsl Ttiaracla. by BCREA PUBLISH! NO CO. (tncparat.-) IMMU C TAX WIB. Kettar JAktm M. RBNRARDT, M.Maint MlMr Ewm4 al lha maHii at . Kr- at iiiisS turn mall RtrmrMPTKN rath i tl .tat di math M mmU; tkr bm)ii, M nnu. FaraM la riam yaa A4artMMr ItHMMMK Tka AuMrtrM frmt Am Law Enforcement Much of lawlessness and crime it Induced by lack of law en forcement on the part of public official!. The officiate are not wholly to blame, for they are the senrante of the people, and when popular demand becomes strons; enough, either the official can be made to do their duty or othera can be put in their stead. The lawa against moonshining were allowed to go unenforced 80 Ion that the monnshinlno; business actually invaded the realm of respectable cititena. The price of liquor is ao high, and the beat cititena have been ao indifferent, that many men who have hitherto been considered decent people became mixed up with the traffic. Another violation of law that has never been conaidered serious because of ita non-enforcement la the breaking; of the automobile speed regulation. Now war haa been declared upon the traffickers in liquor and automobile speeders. Violators are taken in daily in Madison county, and it Is to be hoped that full penaltiea will be inflicted. All loyal citizens ahould stand by the officiala, both county and local, whenever they do their duty. It is time for those who have been breaking either of the above mentioned laws, and who have not yet been apprehended, to make a vow that they will henceforth be law-abiding citisena and cease leading shadowed careers. Fair warning haa been given. Every court docket ia full of criminal and civil cases. Richmond has appointed a motorcycle policeman who ia daily running down the speeders. Forty-four were arrested in one day. The Judge is planning to appoint a rounty motorcycle policeman to make county-wide arrests, and break up the criminal accidents against both life and property. Let the law be enforced. Fourth of July Celebrations July 4th should be a sarred day to every American citizen. It is a day when all citizens should forget their differences in politics, in religion and business interests and turn their thought with one accord to the greatest benefactor of the human race, the American Government The FOURTH PAY OF JULY is the birthday of "Uncle Sam," and what relative could be more pre cious to the heart of every American than this dear old man who at a myth has become so real to us all? There comes to our attention at this writing two great Fourth of July celebrations that should interest every citizen In Madison and Jackson -.iintie one at Iterea, and' the other at McKee. Accounts of these celebrations are found elsewhere in this issue of The Citizen, but w wish to emphasize in this column the im portance of these gatherings. Berea and the surrounding communities are getting ready for the greatest festival that this town ever witnessed. The pro moters of the celebration are expecting a parade a mile long with twenty-five or thirty artistic float representing all the or ganizations in Iterea and one for each of the six organized com munities outside of Hires. The band will furni-h music and the clay will cloae with a pageant in the Tabernacle. Now is the time for southern Madison county to get together as never be fore and witness what can lie done when all interests are pooled and all are working in unison toward one end. On the same day MrKce will be the scene of a similar rally. The purpose of the Jackson county rally is not merely to cele rate but to launch a great county achievement program. Every community in the county is to be organized on that day for better county and every phase of community life will have its ahare of attention in the organization. Jackson county is in the mood to go forward and word is coming from every district that the people are ready to go the limit to give the county the place it should have. Nothing could be more worthy of patriotic citizens than to reconsecrate themselves to the cause of progress on the birthday ef the Nation. Where The Rippling Warrior Flows My love she lives in a little cot With the sunflower and the rose, With the wooded hill And the shady rill Where the rippling Warrior flows. O I love my love and I love her true, And the hours with her are all too few; But I'll come back with the sparkling dew Where the rippling Warrior flows. My love she sings like a .nightingale, And she aings her songs to me; And her sparkling eyes Glow like the skies By the weeping willow tree. O I love my love and I love her trut, And the hours with her are all too few, But III come back with the sparkling dew By the weeping willow tree. My love she laughs like the morning time When the skies are all aglow, And her radiant face Is the dwelling place Of joya that I long to know. O I love my love and love her true, And the hours with her are all to few, But 111 come back with the sparkling dew For the joys that I long to know. My love she speaks but a whispered word, But it makes my heart rejoice, And her hand in mine Is a joy divine When I hear her gentle voice. ( I love my love and I love her true, And the hours with her are all too few, But I'll come back with the sparkling dew When I hear her gentle voice. My love she sits on a shady seat By the weeping willuw tree. And my heart leaps up ' Like a flowing cup, For her love is all for me. 0 I love my love and I love her true, And the hours with her are all too ft m But III come back with the sparklir .ft For her love is all for mt '', I EVOLUTION AND DARWINISM There seems to be considerable con fusion In the minds of the opponents c.f evolution as ' to the meaning of the terms "evolution" and "Darwin ism." Some direct their attacks at Darwinism or Darwinian evolution, implying that there is 'another va riety of evolution that is not so false and dangerous, while others use the words as essentially synonymous and ask the former class, if they reject Darwinian evolution, to define the evolution they accept. Altho Darwin was by no means the first to advance the theory of evolu tion, his epoch-making books, "The Origin of Species" and "The Descent of Man," in about the middle of the h.st century, brought the theory Into such prominence that it was known for many years as Darwinism. Sci entists at present, however, do not t'se the term as synonymous with evolution, but for certain ideas which Darwin associated with the theory and which have been to a great ex tent discarded, but the essential prin ciple of evolution is the same today as it was understood to be by Darwin. He believed that he had found in nat ural arid sexual selection and survival of the fittest an adequate explana tion of the causes and methods of the process in organic life. "Darwin ism," as used fifty years ago, meant evolution plus this explanation of it, which until near the close of the cen tury was generally accepted. This explanation, as stated above, has now been largely discredited by scientists and the term "Darwinism" stands simply for his theory of natural se lection. When prominent scientists say, as did Professor Bateson at Toronto recently, that Darwinism can ro longer be maintained, they do n it refer at all to the principle of evolu tion. Frofessor Bateson is a strong rupporter of evolution and so stated In the same address which contained the former statement. And yet such statements about Darwinism are hi iled by the : nti-evolut'nnists as eidence of "The Collapse of Evolu tion," while they fail to quote those srthnrities on the subject of evolution proper. The issue Is really between the de velopment theory and that of special cieation. As applied to man and the human race, the former means that God created the race by a process of development just pn He creates men today, and that every individual in the history of the developing race was born and grew up from infancy cs men do now. The special creation theory is that the first man was in stantaneously treated as an adult with all the powers and capacities of ' a normal, full-irrnwn mn The nnlv evidence of the truth of the special cratin theory is a wrong interpre tation of the Bible, while the evi dences of the development theory are so varied and overwhelming as to make it practically a closed question in the minds of scholars in all the different branches of physical science. and the recognition of the principle of evolution in the realm of social, mental and moral sciences has con tributed greatly to the wonderful progress that has been made in these sciences in recent times. Biologists today are seeking, not to find new evidences of evolution, but to discover an explanation of the op erating causes in the process which shill be more satisfactory than Dar win's natural selection theory. Geo. H. Felton F. Smith THE WOMAN'S CLUB At a called meeting of the Wo man's Club held at Ladies Hall on Wednseday afternoon, June 21, Mrs. Ofborne was elected chairman of the Home Economics Committee for the coming year. In the report of her attendance at the Stat Convention of the Wo-. men's Clubs held in Hopkinsville in May, the president, Mrs. Best, ex pressed herself as well pleased with the spirit of the convention and its work. She returned to us fairly bubbling over with enthusiasm, in spiration, and suggestions for club activities for, another year. Let ui all help her make her dreams come true. TO PLAY UNCLE SAM Jim Hockaday whom everybody knows, living out in the Kingston neighborhood, will play the part of Uncle Sam in the Community rag cant on the Fourth of July. Jim is a bully good fellow and will do the part to a fare-you-well. He is no ted for hU talent along dramatic lines. Jim took his degree at George town College after taking a part of his college course at Centre College. He is one of the best farmers in this section of the state. He takes a spec ial interest in flowers, maintaining a wonderful flower garden at his heme in which he does the work him self, in his leisure time. DO NOT FAIL TO REGISTER JULY 10TH AND 11TB HUSTLERS HAVE PULL SCHEDULE Paint Lick Came, J use 22 The local Blue Lick Hustler won over Paint Lick in a one-sided affair. The Hustlers were 11 to 3 up to the ninth. Paint Lick scored 4 runs on errors and Bowman's wild nets, caused by trying to pitch wet balls. Final score by innings: 128456789 Hustler 0 10320208 11 Paint Lick ..002100004 7 Battery for Paint Lick Lackey, Btasley, Clark. Hustlers Bowman Kinnard. Umpires, Duerson, Abney. Whites Station Boy a Defeated at Johnson Park, June 24 The locals won a most exciting game from the Whites Station boys here today. There was plenty of slugging done by both teams. R. Dunn made another sparkling good good catch on Comb's fly.' ' Final score by innings: 123456789 Whites Sta. ..0 0 5 0 0 1 0 2 3 11 Hut-tlers ...,50010332s 14 Battery for Whites SUtion Park Maupin, Harrison. Hustlers Kin nard, Farmer. Umpire, Jackson. Double Header at Johnson Park, Jane 25 The Hustlers divided double bill here today with Richmond and Waco. Our local boys won over the Rich mond boys and came so near winning he second game, right on the last, that the Waco bunch got somewhat nervous. The Waco boys got to Bowman slants for three runs in the first inning. But one game is enough in one day. So ho was re placed by Holland, who kept the Waco team in tow for the remainder of the game. The Hustlers tied the score in the seventh'.' Waco put one more across in the eighth.- Hustlers fcileid to score in their half. Score by innings: 12 3 4 5 6 7 Richmond 00001001 Hustlers 5 0 0 1 2 1 x Battery fcr Richmond Rogers and Peyton. Hustlers Bowman and Kinnar-L 12345678 Waco 31 0100027 Hustlers 000101406 Bottery for Waco Metcalf and Brotherton. Hurtlors Bowman, Hol land and Kinnard. Umpire, Lewis. The management are compelled from now on to make charge for ad mission to the grounds, and all will Lo required to purchase tickets, ex cepting enly ladies, officers and players. THE PARADE Many questions have been asked about what is expected in the way of floats in the Fourth of July parade. The committee wishes to announce that there is no set requirement and nothing elaborate is needful. A .wa gon or automobile decorated with some flags and whatever else occurs to those preparing it and containing people from the neighborhood or or ganization is all that is sufficient. The one essential thing is that there shall be a plainly inscribed banner telling the neighborhood or organization the float represents. That will be enough to show that you are present and participating in the community pic nic. Beyond that it is left to each group to build into their float what ever ideas they may wish to bring out. The parade will be one of the big numbers on the program of the day. Some of the rural neighborhoods will have aa many as three floats rep resenting besides the neighborhood, the Sunday-school, the Junior Agri culture Club and other organizations. This is the chance to show that you are entitled to be on our community map. DON'T FORGET to bring your cup and spoon for the coffee to be served at dinner time on the Fourth of July by the Progress and Echo Clubs. FAREWELL RECEPTION To MR. AND MRS. WASHBURN The Union Church on Friday night gave a farewell reception to Mr. and Mrs. II. M.' Washburn at the home of Professor and Mrs. Dodge. As the evening was clear, the large number of frienda assembled on the lawn. Howard Hudson was master of cere monies. In fitting remarks by Pro fessor and Mrs. Dodge the guests were welcomed, and appropriate words of regard were spoken for Mr. and Mrs. Washburn, who have lived during the year in the home of Pro fessor Dodge. Mrs. George Dick, in behalf of the Missionary Society of the Union Church, presented to the Washburns sum of money to be liked in their work in Africa. Pleas ant worda in reply were spoken by Mr. and Mrs. Washburn, and a song sung in the native African language. Prayer was offered by Mr. Osbome, and after refreshments the company broke up. Mr. and Mrs. Washburn left on their long' journey on Wednesday. make a man well dressed -Thrift WHAT IS YOUR BANKING PROBLEM? Large enough for big business not too large to give personal attention to small progressive concerns who wish encourage ment and co-operation from their bank er. This bank is ready to study your banking problem and help plan with you for the future. Berea Bank & Trust Co. Capital, Surplus tad Profits, $100,000.00 J. W. Stephens,' President John F. Dean. Cashier MAIN STREET BEREA, KY. Lexington and Richmond Bus Co. BEREA-RICHMOND SCHEDULE Leaves Richmond - Leaves Berea 7.00 A. M. 8:15 A. M. 9:30 A. M. . 1:30 P. M. 3:00 P. M. , 5:30 P. M. Direct connection made in Richmond for Lexington. FARE Berea to Richmond, one way 60c, round trip $1.00 Richmond to Lexington, one way $1.25 Berea to Lexington, round trip $3.00 ' James Barnes, Mgr. 343 W. Short St Lexington, Ky Headquarters RkIbmJ, ferry Draf Cs. ; Ltiiaft., Mm' Drag Stera; aWta, 1 is Is Httl It For Floors Furniture - Woodwork Any floor finish will look nice and shiny at first. Madam, but what you want is WEAR. That's why I recommend Hanna's Lustro-Finish. It's made to walk on." It's made to give long, durable service. Use. HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINISH for every wood surface. If a fine on woodwork, fur niture, floors, stair-treads, etc Comes in Oak, Wal nut, Mahogany, and other wood colors. The kind of colors that are unfading. Sold by CORNETT & DEAN Berea, Kentucky Do Not Wait Lumber is advancing, and our advice is, if you plan to build this year, now is the time to begin. There are several nice building lots in good locations, in and out of the city limits. We are at your service and will be pleased to help you plan. See our stock and get our prices Stephens & Muncy Railroad Street Berea, Ky.