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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, A The Citizen JUNE 8, 1011 Knowledge ii power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XII. Fivo conts a copy. One Dollar a year, No. 50 WH EREVER YOU GO this summer you ought to go well dressed. If you start by coming here and go away in any of our YEAR AT THE HELM This is our Commencement number and it recalls the fact that a year ago Mr. Front was retiring from the editorship nnd introducing tho present oditor under tho caption, "A New Hand at the Helm," nnd "tho new hand" was publishing his platform. Aud something else is recalled vividly how apprehensive wnn tho "new hand" anil how he trembled as ho grasped "the Helm," how great was the inclination to repeat the Saul act of "hiding among the stuff." But now "tho hand" is old a year old, and would, in as much ns an effort is mndo in this issue to review some of tho 'activities of of tho collego during the year, like to recount tho successes and failures of The Citizen for the samo length of time. Hut, just as "the hand" is about to undertake tho pleasant task, a thought occurs that stays him. It is this: Tbe nctivitirs of the college nru reviewed for the reason that they must be reported to but The Citizen ia an open book "read and known of all men." The Citizen is a familiar friend at the fireside; the college is a friend at distance. The friend at a distance needs to write and tell of the failures and successes, the fears and the hopes; but the friend at the fireside feels in no such need the heart and life are known and pen and tongue are superfluous, So "tho hand" that wa6 new a year ago, having read the jilal-forthen set forth for his guidance, will content himself by saying that he believes he has "kept the faith," that he thinks Tbe Citizen has been recreant to no trust, falso to notrue interest aud friendship, and unmoved by no vital human need audappeal. And renewing his vows to the old platform without amendment, with a deep senso of gratitude for the many expressions of confidence and the unvarying helpfulness from th entire Citizen family, and with less of fear but no abatement of cnution and determination, "tho hand at the helm" takes up the pleasurablo task of the new year. His motto for the year is the enlargement of the Citizen family, and n closer and truer bond of union and friendship botween all its members. m WE INVITE YOUR ATTENTION To tbe Following Reason For You to do Business at This Bank Because; it It a strong1, safe Institution. Because; its Officers and Directors are among the safest and j most conservative business men in this community. Because; this bank studies the needs of its customers and proper ly takes care of them, whether their business Is large or small. Because; systematic saving pays. A deposit account encourages saving. This bank receives deposits from SI. OO, up. Because; its dealings with ALL CUSTOMERS ARE ALWAYS CONFIDENTIAL, and it is always ready to assist and advise. As a good business man and leading "citizen of this section, we believe you will appreciate the thorough equipment of this bank, and the experience of its officers, and on this basis we solicit your business, believing that WE CAN HANDLE IT TO YOUR ENTIRE SATISFACTION. Call on us whenever you are In town and let us serve you In any way and at any time. Hart, Schaffner ff C& Marx Suits, you'll be in style anywhere on earth where well dressed men are. Berea Bank & Trust Co. A. Isaacs, Pres. OFFICERS s. J. W. Stephens, Vice-Pte- John F. Dean, Cashier Here also you will find the best in Furnishings including Stetson and Swann Brand Hats, W. L. Douglas Shoes, Wilson Bros. Shirts, and Arrow Brand Collars. 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Baccalaureate Sunday An Eventful Day The Procession The Sermon The Governor's White Robed Escort to the Chapel in the Evening. going ENTRANCE TO THE CAMPUS In our last week's lssuo wo promisa great day Sunday, Baccalaureate Day, ami It was up to our promises and expectations. Kor a good many reasons, nioit of Uiom personal, wo havo boon inclined to call Uuccnlaurvato Day the greatest and best of commencement ed week. Somcliow IU apiieal la tho deepest and Its tliemo tho most stir-linPossibly tills Is beucugo that of all tho days of tho week this U tho ono most completely given up to Uio spiritual this Is tho day on which wo try to round out and complete Uio entire, work of tho College; t."y to turn over those who liavo been our wards to tho great Teacher; try to make sure of their spiritual cong. CHAPKL TOWER i auo-pic- EACH GUN IS AN INVITATION. Come in at those times.'5?' Keep quiet in assembly, and yon will hear and see things worth while. Be prompt at the beginning morning session, 0 a. in., nnd evening session 1:30 p. in. Everybody should sing the Battle Hymn and the farewell piece. The College Year Review of the Work in Some of the Departments-Prospect- s for the Coming Year. COLLEGE DEPARTMENT Tho closing year has been a very successful one for the Collego department. Tho enrollment of students l.as boon larger than usual and the v.ork dono has been of a high order. President Frost has been In Berea most of tho year and this has been a benefit that the collego has not enjoyed for some time. Tho Increased endowment will leavo tho President nioro nearly free from leadership In tho development of tho collego In tho future. Tbe strengthening of the School sys tem generally through Kentucky and tho law providing for High Schools the In tho counties has increased Interest la the longer course, and promises a rapid growth for this department in tho future Changes In tho been fully occupied. pleasant feature of the year just closing Is the loyal friendship of tho Alumni expressed in many nays. Somo of tho graduates who have gono to schools of great reputation wrlto back with most cordial 1 ralso of their work In Berea. There Is certainly no placo In tho country where equal advantages aro offered at such low cost and where condl- havo Ono Berea College Commencement, June 7, 1911 ORDER OF EXERCISES 8:00 A. M. AND ALL DAY In, marching between tho columus Reception of visitors at Printing Office; Lincoln Hall, Library and leading tho procession Into tho nnd chief College buildings. chapel. Tho graduates, 70 In number, A. M. BAND MUSIC AND PROCESSION 8:30 passed thru tho auditorium and Innection. ter, nfter tho crowds wero seated, Stnrting promptly from Ladies Hall for the Tabernacle. Tho day bognu hoi and thrro was were- led by two lady ushers to tho no relief from tliu heat, but mi In- rear and then down ono 0:00 A. M. MORNING PROGRAM AT TABERNACLE of tho midcreasing Intensity, It seemed, ns long dle Isles, taking their places In front, Minulm as the sun was abovo tho horizon. In tho middle, banks of seats. I. (First Gun) Hut tho heat had but Ilttlu effect upIt was n beautiful and stirring Berea College Band f Music on tho enthusiasm and success of tho Kcono, tho band stationed In front Invocation day. Tho march began ut Ladies of Lincoln Hall playing an inspiring Hall about 10:30, tho grades lead- march, tho graduates, OC.TIONAI. NCIIOOl.s under tho ing, followed by tho departments sn of bright skies and tho InterAKrl"ilturt their order, tho graduates, visitors, est of frlond6 and rela8 Illustrations of the effect of Insects 1 Burt Johnson (Jovoror Wlllson and President Krost tives, quickening their steps In tho aud fungi with a statemeut of Gordon Beunett Hammond bringing up tho rear. When tho van final h to tho goal waittho proper treatment for each. ) John Gilbert Evans was In front of tho library tho ranks ing thcro to recolvo tho final admonAdrianco Stockholm Baldwin Tho Fanner's Son divided, Uio roar led by President ition of tho Collego through Its head, l'irenlry Frost and Governor Wlllson falling (Coiitlmiml oil Wje Cut) 8 The Construction of n Truss . . ..Exhibit by tho Carpentry Class home-stretc- mountain sections aro rapid and the collogo Is prepared to meet these needs. Already a goodly number have arranged to enter the collego depart ment from outsldo and the incoming class from tbe Academy Is large and Hum Sflnu-- strong. Tho now Pedagogical PLACES WORTH VISITING arrangements havo been mado to provide for tho comfort and happiness of all toduy, but In caso things go wrong officials aro always ready to help. Tho following persons arc tho ones to bo appealed Careful to: GUIOKS are lu charge of Prof, fioalo. Itoom 7 Lincoln Hall. USUKHINQ Is lu chargo of Mr. Colfeo. POLICE aro In chargo of Prof. Marsh. CHAPKL Is lu chargo of Mr. and Prof. Mathcny. Lincoln Hall. Tho gift of Itoawoll Smith, a large, three story brick building with twenty offices' and class rooms us well as looms for tho Literary societies. Heated by steam from tho Pow"r houso. Tho main recitation building of tho college. Mr. Dinsmoio Is lu general chargo of tho building. Carnegie Library. Given by Andrew Carnegie ut a cost of $10,000. Steam heated, and with olectrlo light, contains about volumes of carefully selected books, open dally to students for study and research work. Leading and newspapers aro kept on filo. Iu the rear wlug aro temporarily located tho offices of tho President, Treasurer and Secretary. Miss Corwlu Is in chargo, Industrial Building. Is 132 feet long and three stories 25,-0- 00 mag-azln- For tho present tho woman's Industries, tho laundry nnd sowing and cooking rooms, and a couple nf class rooms aro there, as well as tho sloyd, aud mechanical drawing room. Tho third story Is temporary used ns a dormitory for young men. Woodwork Building. Equipped with tho best modern machinery for working In wood, and lias the benches for tho carpentry school. Old Power and Heat Plant. Contains two SO borso power boilers, a C5 horso power class "A" Left Hand Houston, Stanwood ami (lamblo Hnglua and Bullock dynamos for furnishing light and power for tho industrial building and light for tliu public buildings. Tho plant alas famishes heat for tho principal buildings by means of steam piped to them underground. New Power Plant. A brick building with tho tallest Uilmney In this part of tho state. Will contain now engines to provide for tho increasing needs of tho school. Two immense new boilers now thcro used for boating. Iu chargo of Mr. Dick. high. Home Science in the Public Schools . . . Luella Hoskins Maggard Ada May Phillips Home Decoration Amaudn Eversoie Mary nnd Martha The Need of Domestic Art iu the Home.. . Hannah Jean Harper Marion Olive Swain The Profession of Home Makiug (Second Gun) fj Course leads II. Berea College Baud Music NOIIM.W. DKI'.UIT.IIKNT Thrwt' Yrar f'nurit Andrew J. Creech The Cigaretto Boy Geo. W. Cooper Illiteracy, the Cause of Crime Lelia Cornelius Teaching as a Profession for Women The FirTroo Instead of the Thorn nnd the Briar Mary Evorsole Johu Farmer Tho Degeneracy of Alcohol Thos. C. Frye The Iniluences that Shupo Man's Destiny Etta W. Hudson Ideal Wotuauhood Mary Johns June Addnms Lenoiml Meece Back to the Homo Community H. W. Short The Need for Good Koads Isabella A. Williams The Source of Happiuess HI. (Third Gin) fj fioni tho Normal Department tho Collego and many aro planning for tho longer courso. Steps havo been taken during tho past year to strengthen tho distinctive llfo of tho Collego Department. Pearsons Hall, a boys dormitory, has become a center of Collego life and Is looked forward to as a homo for thoso enrolled in tho longer courses. A dining room for Collego students Is being constructed nnd will bo la use tho coming year. tho Tho Collego has felt keenly loss by sickness and death of Prof. G. N. Ellis, and Mies Itoblnson by marriage but tho work has been satisfactorily carried on and provision will be mado for filling tliu acancles with strong teacheis. There is an Incrcasod demand for tho high er cloctlvo course and tho teachers SECRETARY GAMBLE Who leaves Berea after ten years faithful into service. tlons of llfo aro so helpful. Tho Collego bas ten graduates this year flvo young women and five young men. THE ACADEMY What position shall one occupy in Uio? This Is a serious question and 11 becomes more serious when It is considered able" that tho position ono 13 to fill is determined by tho train- ing ho receives. A fow tnen with meager preparation havo succeeded; but If tho records of most successful men aro it (if will bo found that back their success is long and careful training. Somo of these men bavo been tralnod In their lifu work by early as apprentices. b ginning (Continued un fifth lugr) Music Honor to the Soldiers International Arbitration Tour Year Cture Sth Grade Cbas. B. Auderson ..Claude Anderson Win. Jesse Baird Bessie Cleo DeBord INFORMATION FOR VISITORS. All collego departments are open to visitors during the hours from 8:00 to 11:00 a. in. aud from 1:00 to 4:00 p. in. Visitors will bo welcome aud will Hud it pays them to look around n good deal, GUIDES, who will show you the buildiugs and conduct you urouud the grouuds, cau bo obtained free of charge at Boom No. 7, in Lincoln Hall. LUNCH BASKETS aud other parcels may bo checked, free of charge, and will be safely cared foi at the buiall building ou the West side of the Campus, uearest the Tabernacle. MOTIIEHS WITH CHILDREN will find a place where they cau rest, aud If they wish to, where they cau leave their children iu good care In room 80 and 81 of the Chapel, Nurses and caretakers will be on hand, .and every comfort will be provided for mothers aud babies. The Booth. Refreshments of all kinds aro on Kilo thoro, and you can get cold or hot drinks, fruit, candy and sandwiches. Tho booth if. conducted by the Y, M. C. A. and any profit gos to this excellent work. rcrsons bringing lunch may deposit Contlnurd en lUlh pa( Education for the Americau Farmer Education for EHiciency After Graduation What? The Nobility of Labor Enviroumeut Difficulties of the Mouutain Teacher Home Science iu Public Schools Our Itural Schools The Poet iu History Undiscovered Diamonds (Two Gins) Music Selected. IV. Jerome Eastham Isaac Hacker Chas, Maggard Luella Maggard Samuel May field liichard Katulall Myrtle Stums .Ariel Quartette (i'untliiur.l un iig .1) 4 Page Two THE CITIZEN ? June MEXICAN MAYOR 8, 1911 VV 's ? EIGHfY GET DIPLOMAS. MILKERS MUfT 8HAVE DAILY. O Kentucky State University Graduates A family newspaper for all that It right a Big Class. true and Interesting. Lexington liollevlng tlint whls- Iexlngton. There will be 0 grad5 kern foster dangerous microbes, Published every Thursday at Berm, Ky, uates In the different departments of James II. Iltirglu will Install a Kentucky State .llilversliy to recelvo barbershop In his model BEREA PUBLISHING CO. Wcll-Knodairy, and require all the dairy O ' their degrees at the 43d nnininl cam- Kentucky Writers (Incorporated) ! employes lo be shaved every dny iiieuceiueut exercise. Sunday, May J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. Will Deliver Addresses 28, to Thursday, June 1. The progrnnt nt his expense Tliry nre already required to bathe dally in the ', for the commencement exercises was Subscription Rates shower bath In the dairy nnd ! ns follows: PAYAtil.E IN ADVANCK. MEETING WILL LAST FOUR DAYS dres In white uniforms furnish- - '. ' Siinduy lluccalaurente sermon. One year ..It CO HI Monday Senior ball. .. W Months .... ed by Mr. llarpln .. 35 Thm .Months ' C Tncsdny '.' Plillosoplilan dame. of General and Special Inter Wednesday Class day exercises; Smd money by or KxmrfS Matters Members of the Fourth Esest to Money Order, Dmft, Alumni ball and banquet Ietter, or on- - ami two cent ROAD. AID FOR LINCOLN tunpi. tate Will De Discussed and Thursday - Commencement exerThe date niter our name on labl Experiences Related Ceshows to what date yinir sutwrrtptlon Is Experts to D- cises. Government Will Send rulean Springs the raid. If It la not cli.Lncnl within three The otlliern elected by tho gradu.. irect Some of the Work. woki oxter renewal notifygladly supplied Place. uating class of 1911 are: Miming- numbers will be r wo are noilllco. O. E. Ilaird, president; Miss Marlon Louisville.- Definite steps toward Fins premium chenn. with new mb Cadiz. The program committee, Johnson, vice president; Miss MinrlpUons mid prompt renewuli. Send for comKMd of Tom Underwood, Ho- - the Improvement of the Central Lin- erva Collins, secretary; I.. N. Weller, 2 It ITU .1 III to the Ten Liberal terms riven to nny on who ob- klnsvllle. Now Kra; Charles M. Meaeh-nm- , coln road, from l.oiil.-nlllAny on 4Jn new ubscrlptkn for Hopkinsville Kentticklun, and nessce line, via llardstown nnd Hodg- - treasurer; II.F. A. llabb, class repreundine in four yearlv irticrintkn can sentative; J. limner, orator; Mist trorlve The Citizen frrw for himtolf for John S. Lawrence, Cadlr Record, to ar envllle, as advorntrd by the Central Ollino Cnilckshnuk, prophet; W. U. one year. range jtho program for the coming Lincoln Road assoelatlon, which has Advertising- rates on application. meeting of the Kentucky Press asso employed S, F. Crecellus and William Shultz, Ket; Miss Alice Cory Wilciation at Cerulean Springs, June Speed, civil engineers, lo superintend liams, historian; (!. C. Mills, grutr? MEMIiEIl OP completed Its program as fol- the drnlnnge survey, which will pre bier; A. It. Phlster, glftorlau. The list of graduates embraces stulows: cede the beginning of actual work dur MONDAY EVENING. ing "road week," in August Peter dents from nearly eery part of Kennumber from other Lr- - Atherton, chairman of the asso tucky, with a S:30 Informal reception. , ciation, lins received a letter from states. TUKSUAY MORNING. Congressman Swngcr rtherley, in 9:15 Meeting called to order. LEXINGTON NEXT YEAR. which the latter has given assurance Opened with prayer KENTUCKY PIIKSS ASSOCIATION. !:30 Welcome address, Denny P. tnnt the government will send an en Physician Heads tni gineering expert to confer with the Georgetown Smith, Cadiz. State Homeopaths. 10 Response, Tim Need ham, Win- local engineers during the early stages Dr. Wiley says thero Is poison In chester Democrat. of the load building. striped randy. Come to think ot It, Louisville. Members of the KenItoll call. Work Divided. Is the kind grandfather used to that tucky State Homeopathic Medical r Heading of minutes ot buy for us. J" The Central Lincoln Road associa at the closing session ot the meeting, etc. President's address, A. D. Miller, tion Is an organization ot eight small-- r 2i!th annual convention voted to hold One Texas ranch contains more Richmond Climax. associations In the counties through the next meeting of the organlatioti at than a million acres. Wonder If the Secretary's report, Sheldon M. Sau-fle- which the turnpike passes. Each of Islington. The annual election of owner would be willing to trnje It for these branches of the organization Is officers was held, the following being Stanford Journal. Rhode Island? lo look after tho construction work chosen: Dr. J. C. Thoinasson, GeorgeApplications for membership. Annual poem, K. A. Jonas, ioet lau done In the county which It represents, town, president; Dr. William V. Neel. Why Is It that a man can sit all day reate, Louisville Times. such as the engaging ot engineers and Henderson, vice president; Dr. .Mary Ashing without getting a nibble when financing of the actual road building. E. Hopkins, Umlsvllle, General business. see gets fidgets if he has to sit fifteen he Money to pay the expenses qf the retary. and W. C. Ilaydou, Wallonla, TUESDAY AFTERNOON. minutes In church? drainage fund ot the central associa treasurer. 1:20 Call to order. At the conclusion of the afternoon 1:30 "What the Kentucky Press As tion. This fund is being provided by "What Is your first thought upon people Interested in the movement nnd voted approval of awakening In the morning?" asks an sociation Has Done for Kentucky- subscriptions nre now being received. session the society W. the plan of Dr. J Harry McCarty, NlchKrichbaum. of exchange. That we'll throw the alarm Newspnpors," In order that the general drainage I'pper Mont Clair, N. J., who, in a olasvllle Journal. clock out of the window. 2 "The Country Weekly," U W. survey of the road from the city limits communication read before the gathof Louisville to the southern boundary ering, announced the lnaiigutatlon ot Gaines, Trenton Progress. An English baronet is working as a may be expeditiously a movement for the establishment of 2:30 "How I Found Out So Much.' of Allen county Janitor in New York. Frobably he was George 11. Peters, Louisville Herald. made, it has been decided to divide a fund for laboratory research uud so autocratic that they couldn't stand 3 Hound Table, "Getting Advertis the distance Into two sections, one exscientific experiment along homeoMm any longer at home. ng," conducted by George Sorenson. tending from Louisville to Iluftalo. pathic lines. Lame county, and the second from WKDNKSDAY MORNING. A French ariator announces that he Buffalo to the Tennessee line. Each 9:15 Call to order. RICHMOND CHOSEN. will fly up Broadwny In New York. or sixty-eig9:20 Report of executive commit section is about Probably tats quickest means of getmiles in length. tee on new applications for memberEighth District Bankers Hold Inter ting away from Wall street ship. esting Meeting At Shakertown. Will Supervise mprovement. 9:30 "What the Press Has Done A taxlcab concern has gone broke In In addition to making the road surMay Do for Uetter Roads," Harry Harrodsburg. The bankers of tho Chicago because its customers won't and vey, Mr. Crecellus and Mr. Speed will Sommers, Ellzabethtown News. pay their bill's. Great is Chicago! It A. 10 devote the week previous to "road EUhth Kentucky district met heru "Tho Newspaper Woman," Miss con bluff even a taxlcab chauffeur. work" to Instructing the county engi- and were taken to Shakertown in Goldle Perry, Winchester held their neers ami division superintendents automobiles, where they lu1) 10:30 "Old Times and New," J. bankers News dispatches report the death along the line as to Just bow to prose- annual convention. Over ot a Chicago man In a bathtub. This Stoddard Johnson, Louisville. j lid their wives from all parts of the 11 Round Tnble, "The Job Depart cute the work to the best advantage. should be a warning to other Chicago During the week In which the rebuild- district were in attendance, tho ment, J. C. Alcock, Jeftersontown men not to get into strange places. ing of the road will be done, they will largest number lu the history of tho hate charge of the whole work. They association. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. The pawner's bill, which permits a The meetings were held in the propose to cover the entire distance 1:20 Call to order. man to borrow money on his overchapel of the old stone building, 1:30 "Where Is Cerulean?" W. P. of each section on horseback twice known as the Center house. Judge II. coat and wear the garment, too, makes during "road week." the lender a full partner of the tailor. Walton, Lexington Herald. The road building work will be sys- F. Hoach delivered the welcome adSuggestions," Urey 2 "Practical responded to by v. tematically organized. Each county dress, which was Hfth-ThlrWoodson, Owensboro Messenger. Some of the babies In Doston are national will be divided into districts contain- E. Ford, of the :':30 Round Table, "Patent Inside wearing cards reading: "Please do not ing not more than eight miles of road bank, of Cincinnati. kisB me." We dislike to hazard n vs. All Home Print," conducted by Da The otllcers selected for the ensuDivision superintendents will be guess why tho Doston ladles don't vid R. Forbes, Princeton Leader. to supervise the work in each ing )ear are: Hush W. Allen, of the 3:30 Huslness meeting Eighth Dis wear them. Harrudi-bur- g, lu each county executive Mercer national bank of district. trict Publishers' League. president, and Robert It. Barcommittees will be the governing THURSDAY MORNING. The graduates of 1911 are now at naul, ot Richmond, hecretary. bodies. 9:15 Call to order. work in their rooms between games Richmond was selected as the plaru 9:20 "Doings of a Dally." Ed O. putting on paper tho solutions ot of meeting next year. some of the most perplexing problems Leigh, i.owllng Green Messenger. KENTUCKY RIVER IMPROVEMENT 9:45 "Starting a Paper," Miss Allie of our civilisation. AFTER THE RAILWAY, Armstrong, Hortonvllle Dispatch. Securing of a Stage for 261 Derived 10:15 "Some Benefits Another professor has proved that It Miles Will Be Assured. Shelby ville. Petitions are from District Leagues. James II. Is possible to exist on one actively circulated urging the board meal a day. While it may be posslblo Stears, Nlcholasvllle News. Heidelberg. Oakes. of council to come lo Mime agreement MaJ. John 10: 15 City mm nf ,nirln-et"Relations Between the professor is thus missing a lot of In nf tht- - jwith the Louisville k luterurban Daily and Country Weekly," Uralnard material satisfaction. works and improvements on the tribu railroad, whereby the cars will be . Courier-JournalPiatt, of the Ohio liver. oined bids run through Main street over the 11:15 "What Is News and What Is taries A California miner, arrested for celeDam tracks already laid to the eastern the brating too hilariously, declared that Advertising," W. H. Jones, Glasgow for on construction of Uck and 14, the Kentucky river limits of the city. Only a small his hilarity was due to a spider bite. Republican. The building of this improvement proiKirtlon of the people thus far apWe look for a sudden increase In the THURSDAY AFTERNOON. t tlu rfiintdetfnit itf the proached have declined to a Mix their popularity of tho spider. 1 .15 Unfinished business. slack-wate- r navigation to Ileattyviile. signatures. C Haseball game between Eastern almost to lis source, a distance o: A Hrooklyn woman has been award- Kentucky (composed ot the last six ed a 'Judgment ot six rents against a congressional districts). President A. "01 miles, and will be of the greatest CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY. man who stole a kiss from her. 1). Miller, Richmond Climax, captain, importance to the coal Ji?lds that have Which may cause her to revUe her nnd Western Kentucky (composed of ceil opened up in the interior of the Danville. The alumnae association Gratia recent opinion ot bargain-counteprices. Tom IMue ....... state during 1... .. . I.years. of Caldwell college celebrated thu first five districts), I,.,. nf Hopkinsville New Era, Underwood, .uth anniversary of the Institution. A Kansas man wrote to his con- captain. Umpires William Reming provement over j( years ago, and live Tlu- - exercises vvere opened by an locks and dams were completed in gressman suggesting that he would ton, Paris Democrat, nnd Charles N. from Dr Charles Judd, of ChilbS4, when the control of the works accept postage stamps In lieu of gov. Meachani, Hopkinsville Kentucklan. cago university, after which a largo, was turned over to the general gov ernmeut garden seeds. Not so unreaFRIDAY MORNING. reception followed. Once the found- ernment. sonable after all. Seeds cost money. 9 Election of olftcers. college there have been i :ng of Tho lililo onenPfl were forwarded to up'vards the CO graduates. 10 Song. "God He With You 'Till ot We are told that the energy ol We Meet Again," by the entire meet hcadimarters. with Americans Is due to good food. Ah, ing, led by J. It. Lemon, Mayfield Mes- and the award must be made within AND NASH yes! There is an enormous amount senger. and the contractors BOOST LOUISVILLE the next tin ot strength In some of the eggs w VILLE HICHVAY. muet begin active work within 10 days Adjournment. meet to say nothing of the butter. With only two or three exceptions. thereafter, and mut-- compleie the Glasgow. One of the most enthusthose on the above program have noti- work by December 31. 1913. Wu Ting Fang said ho would coma fied the committee of their acceptance iastic meetings in Ihe interest ol back to the United States In 150 of tho subjects assigned them. and Nashville highway wa years, but It looks now as it he would DISTILLERS MUST PAY. held here, to boost the Central Liu Eastern and Central Kentucky news come back this year. It is said he paper people will rendezvous at Louiscoin road, that pagtes here, Sco'.tsvilla has been reappointed minister to the ville Monday morning, Juno 19, and In the Anderson and Gallatin. Addresses were majJ'i United States. will leave there promptly at 12 o'clock county court before Judge Wilkes II. by Peter L. Atherton aid Mayor HiMd, (noon) In a special train which will be Morgan, the cases ot thu common- of Louisville, and V. V. Gilbert, ot Tho Illinois Judge who has issued provided by the Illinois Central Rail wealth against the Independent dis- Nashville. At the executive session it nn Injunction against the braying ot road Co.. and will reach Cerulean at C tillers ot the county on storage ac van decided to art as quickly as a mule at night evidently overlooks p. in., without having to change trains. count were tried, ami the court as and July 30 was set to begin till the fact that a mule Is a stubborn aniTho program of tho social and enter sessed thu defendants SO ier culit. It woik and to complete the road by AuWe have no doubt that the mal. tainment committee will be Issued will mean several tnousand dollars to gust 5. Scotisville was named oa the mule will kick. the state and county. next meeting place, on June 12. later. The Citizen PROGRAM 0 MODEL ! '.' (If DAIRY FAILED City In- NEWSPAPER MEN DOWNFALL OF SAMARIA Smitj Specially Arranged Deposed Mayor of Mexican Number. tended Death For Large (loo-co- i I'oM-nnic- n - - sixty-seve- n d Six-Fo- j j nif-an- six-foo- !., r da, , Only two per cent, of the s In A MYSTERIOUS DEATH. the 1'nlverslty of Chicago declare their desire to wed; but It ts probable tew minutes after Howe Cave. that a large part of the SS per cent, prefer not to declare that desire be- he Lad left his home with the avowed fore they are asked. intention of kilWng a crow. At Hunter. farmer, "il years, staggered back to There are so many peers and peer the house and died. He had beeii gone esses In England that It Is feared the; cannot all crowd Into Westminster form tho bouse only n few mluutet Abbey on the occasion of the corona- vhen his wile heard tho report of a Why not have an overflow jam. followed by a scream. She ran In tion. meeting! There nre plenty of Amert the direction in which her husband cans who would be glad to pay wet' lml gone and met him returning. He 'ell at her feet. The authorities ate Cor the privlltgt) of attending It itneutluatinte the shooting. co-ed- Six-cases of books, Lexington. DAIRYMEN WILL FIGHT. comprising several hundred volumes of standard works, havu beim doLexington. The Fayette Count) nated to Sayre by Dr. J. Ackerman Dairymen's association voted to resist coles, a wealthy phynMan and by legal moans the enforvermmt of Ihe of New York city order of the taie boatd of lioaltli that cons be subjected to the 'lber-cullTtie Kentucky division their Louisville lest. of the National Association of Station; ary Engineers hold its ninth annuai Prof. C. M. Garrett, ot Carlisle. convention In this city. SoNth Carolina, has been selected by Somerset. George Spencer, vvho the Carlisle cHy board of education ui "boill killed his wife at Whitley Station latl a.klstant pr.iiclpal nf the hlr fur the (wiling tiria. February, was given a Ufa nenttscu n i:i Pnso, Texan,- - Gen. Francisco I. City Mndero departed for Mexico without know lug that nil attempt, which almost rucceeded, wits made In II ' l.KRFON TKXT- -3 Klnc nsmisslnale him ami several hundred MKMOItV VIMISK H (1UI.DKN Ti:.T "II Tht Urine Oflfn of his guests im they danced lu the Itrprotrd lUrrtrnHli Ilia Nrik Hlma Hud. custom house ut Juarez. Cruz Itey, dfnly b PrMruyrd, did Thai Without former Mayor of the town of Guadalterndy"-l'ro- r. 31. Tl.MK llont.ra Wmne KlriR In tri lupe, in tul o n dnsh for the building In I I). U. twtirth ymr of Alms (2 Klnc which Mndero nnd his wife were C. IK (llrrcliFri. ISO (IUtlnr" Humrl ll hosts to a large number nt ii fell II. C Tit (Hrclifr, ,;S (IIhMIiiI reception. f tl I'l.AC'K faitmrlu, the ciipltul northern Mncdom, about & milt north Under Itey's lirm was n home-madof Jmiimlem. Judith., rurrytns bomb, n tin can filled with dyiuimite KINUM HrtekUh In to have nnd steel slugs Htiltlclent out Ida rrfurnm, In AuryrtH mid IUb-luHhalinuiieaer IV , fullimrd bv Hnrcon wrecked the building and to have In Killed every person on the floor. A In Mrrodnc If and Uabtlon. In Krpt. tUboka (So I ritOPIIKTS Ualuh and per tups llora guard caught him. Key was ousted from his iKij.lt Ion and ns major last February, when MnWhat was tba character of Hoshea? dero first took the field and made The Implication of v. 2 It that, though Guadalupe his headquarters. b allowed the practices ot idolatry and the other evil of his predecesTwelve Thousand Men Wanted. sors, yet he was n better man than Topeka, Kn Although the wheat tbey Perhaps the teachlugs of Hosea will not lie ready lo cut for two or had reached his heart. "About Ms three weeks, Kansas farmers have alpersonal character we know Utile We ready culled for 12.000 harvest hands. may Infer that It lacked decisive en- ChnrltH Harris, director of the Stale Beginning Free Kmplo) incut bureau, said that ergy and lofty patriotism. his reign as a mere puppet In As the bureau exvlel to n.k for from syria's bands, he shaped his career us I.V0HO 1N.000 men this )ear an opportunist. He was too astute to offend any national susceptibilities by Grant to Take Command. abandoning the worship of Jehovah, I Mai Gen. Grant will relieve Gen. I too cautious and politic to play the Wm II Carter ns commander of the role ot a purist In religious practice maneuver division at Sun Antonio, The Impartial historian will not Judge 1 this last king of Ephrlara too severely i but will unhesitatingly admit that h lived In times of direst difficulty and peril, when nothing but miraculous divinely guided statesman hip, like thnt of Isaiah, could have saved the realm from overwhelming dlsastrr" The Northern Kingdom bad had It chance, and had thrown it away "Tnere Is less hope for us each year Every hour and day we live tn sin we are drifting out to sea the helpless, helmlrss bark Is leaving the lis enlng shore farther and farther lie hind. Our disease becomes Incurable Like those stones which, though soft as clay on being raised from the quarry, grow hard us flint through ex posure to the weather, our hearts ure growing harder day by day" is a fair Hoshea's Imprisonment sample ot the result of dependence upon men rather than God. Trust in Egypt was Israel's snare from the flrst The prophets compared It to, MAJ. GEN. FREDERICK D. GRANT. A month later MaJ trusting In a shadow or making a staff Texas, July out of a bruised reed. "The bankrupt t Gen Arthur Murray will succeed him, who asks a bankrupt to set htm up in remaining until the camp Is nb.m buslntss again is only losing time. The dotted, prisoner does not beg his fellow prls oner to set him free. The shipwrecked U. S. Fleet at Yokohomj. sailor does not call upon bis ship-- ' okolicdim. Hear Admiral Joseph wrecked comrade to pluce htm safe II Murdock. commander in chief of - I'nltc-ashore." In our troubles we are not tinStates Asiatic fleet, gave a fn linrn Mi b nM rif loun lint u a.n dinner on board the flagship Snratopt 111 tlniw llml tt.llhfillt Crtil' fuvtir unit to the JaKinese army and navy digniassistance all human help Is vain taries The American squadron will tall What measures did Shalmnnrser take to reduce to submission his re- from Vokohoma June 5 bound north-warbellious vassal? He sent tor led In person) an army sgalnst him Professor Rogers thinks Storage House Burned. that llushea marched out to meet this armv. uud Oklahoma City. Fire destroyed the was then captured and rent to As- cotton rtoragc Iiouhc of the Oksyria as a prisoner At any rate. lahoma Cotton Mill Co. The los Is "Samaria prepared for a siege There i tt. Hinted at 1100.000 Is something heroic In the very thought. It was surrounded Big Newspaper Libel Suit. and hemmed In by territory over which It Ruudolph New York. -- William bad once ruled In undisputed uway, Hearst, editor of the New York Jour but which had long been controlled by nal, has sued Robert J. Collier, editor Assyrian governors and tilled with As- and publisher uf Collier's Weekl), for syrian colonists. As Shalmaueser ad- JiOu.iKio. alleging libel. vanced closer he would of course, destroy and lay waste everything ubout Governor Assassinated. the city which might have furnished S'ugHlee. Sonora. Gov Diego Redo, any aid or comfort to It From the o fthe slate of Slualoa, was ariss villages and towns thus detroyed the Mated He wns killed nfler he had people would Dork Into the capital surrendered the capital, Culllclan to until It was crowded. The people of tile Madertsts Samaria may have hoped for help from Egypt, watching with sick hi art lor signs of an approaching army of sucThey cor. knew what surrender meant In the loss of their city, and In probable deortatiuu to strange lands They were fighting to the bitter end Cincinnati Grain Market. for homes nnd for life Flour Winter patents Jl4 2."., do What God had done lly a marvel- family !3n3.25, low grade U'iim ous deliverance, he had brought them 2 DO, hard patent fiaCSS, do faucv out of their bondage in Egypt. He 14 25ii4.50. Wlient No. 2 red fOaVJc. had driven out thu Canaanltcs from No :l rid Sa9l)e, No. 4 red 74uMc No. I before them. He had given them the Corn No. 2 white commandments, 55a and full and wise white '.Cafiti'jC. No. 2 yellowlaws. He bad made a covenant with 56 se. No. 3 yellow f.4ii54.0. No 2 them, over and over, promising them mixed r,r.nr.r,V.c, No .1 mixed Cl'a Outs-N- o. 2 while 3a3!sc. all blesfclngs If they would obey him. D5c He had sent them the prophets and ttamlMld white 37u3U', No. 3 white seers, the best and w licet ut men. to ;i7a37'-- c. Cincinnati Live Stock, declare his will and lend the way ers What Israel had done Ifia&.a!;, They bad butcher fallen Into a worse bondage, becoming steers, extra $'..7GaO, good to choice slaves or an abomlnubie Idolatry They 15 15a5.C5. heifers, extra, 5,0a5.!. had fallun to worshiping the very gods good to choice J5.10a5.7G. cows, extra. of the C&naanites, thus proved power J4 ,6a5; good lo choice $4.25n4.C6. less. They had broken the commanddinners $3.50. Hull- s- Holognn U ments, especially the moM solemn und al.50, G. extra Calves Extra Important, that ugalnst Idolatry Tbey !7 50a7.75; fair to good 0u7.2i. had failed to keep their part of the common and large $3,75uti.25, Hog-Gcovenant, und could not expect God to choice imckurs and butchers to keep his part. They would not ICoSitO.lO, CnC U. mixed packers to the prophets, but jerslsted In common to ciioico heavy fat sows all Iniquity, setting up Idolatrous obe- t4.25a5 15. pigs (110 lbs. und letM. lisks, and Asherlm. und even mcrlfio-tn- l5 5oa5HO. Sheep Extrn 13.0.'., good their children to tho tire rod Mo lo cholco I3.25u3.75. I.umbH Extra lech. 15 25, Hiring lambs $t!.25u7.50. Poultry Hons, lP-jc- , spring chick Why Wo Lose Choice Gifts. ens 20u25e. Hi., ducks, turkeys. We full to secure the choice! rifts '; Kee Sa7t Eggs Prime first because we do not sincerely deslro I'tMh 12c. Ilutter Creamery them and ure not willing to pay tliuutru firsts, 20c; fancy dalrv. COM. Rev. Dr. W. G Partridge. Hait- - lie Annies Fnnev. tfi.EOu fl :i bbl . tUt. Pittsburg. choice JSuS.tO a bbl. Carrots N. it U'alte. a dozeu. Celery Michigan Religion a Joy. Eggplants tlul'JG box. 1.10a2 a Honey Religion does not consist in draw, irate. 3.75a4 crate. Leue 'ng a long tare and Leaving Mgbs as una -- California UnC. Unions we ss on the Jodrney of Hie, liul New Orle.iua Jlnl.50 sack. Oranges SaS per box, Plneappliis 2.!f6.i n brlchtutss and Joy, the outcome, o! Cbilstlsn career. Dr. WJlllaui Spur 13 u crate. Potutoes Northern Ohio I0a45c a bu., Early Ohio al.2S bu. ;;on. Etsngellst, London - 5ll Unti ftr Jtat IS ,1911 lr Thli Taper fart-we- Arl Mk-ah- . 1 j ! I THE MARKETS . - Latllt-Shlpp- 'i ood lis-te- Sc, ''. i - un:ls II 5u2.3u. June 8, 1911. THE CITIZEN. ORDER. OF EXERCIEES (Cniitlniint frciin l lnl (Ol.t.l'.OI ATK ItKI'.t UT1 IINT I Page Three. Five Handsome premiums 1st PRICES REDUCED theTO WHOLESALE COST given away to persons returning the largest amount of coupons. Premium 2nd CLEARANCE SALE June 14th to 28th. Underskirt A Pair Queen Quality Slippers 5th Premium A Silk If you do not want to Pr) t 4 4 4 4 I 4 4 4 3rd Premium " 4th A Velvet Hand-ba- g A Nice Umbrella A Pair Lace Curtains enter the contest give your coupons to a friend. Our Goods and Prices are Right. Tho Hattle of King's Mountain Mnrtlia K.Sproule Henuty Lies in Lookers' Kycs Fern M, Sinkey Negro Nights Trncy Kmernon Tuthill The Journoy of Life Mnrio C. Habcock Farming with Foresight Jonns P. Dolch Systematizing One's Work Viola F. Click Tho Need of n New Party Howard II. Gambia In tho Name of Charity i:i izabetli Marsh Public Opinion George W. Clark The Field of Industrial Education.. ..Charles Hradley Lindsley Music Soldier's Chorim College Glee Chili Prsentallon of Decree nnd Prlip llhle. Benediction. AFTERNOON PROGRAM 1:30 P. M. AT TABERNACLE We Want Your Trade RICHMOND ST. BEREA, KY. Music IJerea College Hand Pres't Frost's Sermon to the Graduates In the Chapel, Sunday, June 4, on the Text, "THY KINGDOM COME." Contrast Between Force and Influence; Wealth and Virtue. Definition of the Kingdom. tho Havo you ever considered between force und Influence? Jt U woll Illustrated 111 tho quoll-Iii- k of a tumult. Thu Mroets aro filled with ft mob tho monster. Workmen, boys und women havo boon transformed Into maniacs nnd nihh forward Inciting ono number toward Bomo deed of violent o and vongeanco. l'oaceful citizens r tiro to their houses, bolt tho doora and closo the shutters. d moniAnd then this tor, tho mob, meets force. There Is a lino of soldlors. At the sharp a hundred rifles aro leveled at tho rioters. Thoso In thu front of tho mob shrink back but nro pushed lorward by thu utvdlros ones In tho "Fire'" says thu commander, and with tho explosion como cries of ragu nfid palu. With a great efmany-headed many-headecom-wan- d Sevenfold Address A. Z. Conrad, D. D. Boston Music Battle Hymn of tho Republic Quartette and Audience Addresses by: Rev. Herbert S. Johnson, Boston And Others Music God Be With Yon Whole Audience Benediction 7:30 Night Program, at Chapel Faculty Reception 7:00 to 8:00 p. in. Farewell Prayer and Praise Meeting 8:00 to 8:30 p. m. Kcnwl from tltlivcring aiMrrn, Prayer tho Hiioothed, insane eyes recover light of reason, tho victims of wrulh und passion aro changed again into their proper character uti citizens und neighbors. That is Influence. trans-- t Force destroys; lufluenco irms. And to lw transfoimed Is tho most glorious capacity of men aud Battle Hymn of the Republic. Jcui Wmo Howe. MeMr: "Jons nnowii'g Boot." nomon. i fort tho rioters In front turn and pit'ss backwnrd. Those in tho re,ir flvo wny. The street Is cleared and left vacant and bloody. Tint Is force. Hut the sumo mob might bu lin t by porsuaslon and Influence. Before them stands tho form of a venerable woman, unprotected and alone. Sh raises her hand and thoso In front As ay "Mush" to thoso Imhlnd. her words reach fnrther und farther through tho crowd angry faces aro Havo you considered tho difference botwocn wealth and virtue? Somo twenty years ago I visited Jerusalem, tho City of Oavld. It hod be.'n a desert und then tho stronghold of robbers and ho made It thu niill.il of a foremost nation. David was a man of wealth and ' irtuc. Doubtless by tho people of his time he was most thought of au a man of wealth. Thoy talked about his palaco of cedar beams, his tower and wall of great stones, and thu gardens and pools which markHut tho momeut Da-l- d ed his riches. died his palaco became to and his successor desired i ,ovo and extend tho walls nnd towers which ho had bullded. A little later catuo fire and destruction. Whit hail been palaco and bulwnrks was n mere heap of rubbish on which others wero to build. Hut David's virtue has not suffered at tho hand of tlrno. Tho story tif tho courageous boy who faced tho 1. Mine eyes have seen the glo - ry of the com - ing of 'J. I hare seen Him in the watch-fire- s ol a hun-dre- d 3. I bare read a fier-- y gos pel, writ in burnished rows 4. He has sounded forth the trumpet that shall ner er call C. In the beau'- - ty of the lit ies.Christ was bom a cross the Lord; He camps;They of eteel; "Ai re treat; He tho sea, With is bare jo is a y--vv President Wm. Qoodell Frost. lion and the bear and tho giant is as fresh as ever. The noble warrior who stood above his sleeping enemy i.nd foroboro to do him Injury be- -j causo ho was tho Lord's Anointed j Is still a tale of honor for all men. Is between Such tho contrast wealth and virtue. Iloth. are good but ono Is perishable and the other ImAll wealth might bo symmortal. It bolized In a palaco or a tower. Is gradually brought to perfection ly tho exertions of some able man; but tho very momeut that It is completed It begins to decay. Tho very hour that it Is occupied It bcglbs to Destruction is r.row written upon it from turret to foun- j J pv p- -p p i E-- fr-1 dation stones. It Is only a matter ot years and that which was the deslro und admiration of a million hearts Is fallen back into a heap and rulu. Hut virtue and character are like flowers A which havo seeds in them. little dandelion Is Infinitely moro wonderful than a marblo monument. Is opens Us cup of gold, receives tlio y, trampling out the vintage where the grapes of wrath are ttored;He bath looted too build-e- d Him an al - tar in the dews and damps; I can read Hit deal with raj with you my grace shall deal;"Let the tier o, sift-in- g re His judgment seat; 0, be swift, my out the hearts of men glo ry in His bosom that trans-fig-oryou and me; At He died to "THE FURNITURE MAN" Has just now on display the largest, nicest and most complete stock yet shown in this county and the prices are the lowest ever. THE RUG CARPET AND MATTING STOCK is also large and complete and $8.50 to $15.00. 9x12 Brussels 9x12 Wilton Velvets the price is down, down, down. $15.00 up. 9x12 Axminsters $20.00 each. FOSTER STOVES AND RANGES are guaranteed to give full Are still the best on earth. The satisfaction in every detail or your money" back. $20.00 to $40.00 each. Ranges $10.00 to $20.00 each. Stoves ANOTHER CAR OF BUGGIES JUST IN Old Hickories and Houghtons a class to themselves. If you want a cheap buggy" I have it in the leather top and steel tire for $50.00, or leather top and rubber tire for $60.00. If you want a good one I have them from $75.00 to $140.00. I can please you in a buggy, surrey" or cart. -:-:-:- -:- -:- ANTHONY AMERICAN WIRE FENCE sell and carry" in stock a full line of Anthony" Wire Fence. The most perfect tie, heaviest wire and most expensive to produce of any brand the American Wire and Steel Co. puts out, yet the price at which I sell it is as low as their other grades. I sunlight, cheers tho passer-band vheu its brief day is over tho cup of gold closes up about a llttlo seed jod; and to each of thoso seeds God has given wings. Tho wind carries them and wherever they touch tho earth thoy strike root and there Is another flower, until the world Is decorated by the offspring of ono fruitful blossom. S'ow tho kingdoms of this world sue kingdoms of force and wealth. Tho kingdom of God is a kingdom of Influence and virtue. "Thy kingdom come." It must ho that Jesus know that the peoplo to whom ho taught this prayer could not, at tho tlmo, understand It. And It is a question whether now, after twenty centuries of Christian teaching, wo all of us know what we are saying when wo uso these ed words, "Thy kingdom come." Tho Jews for many years had been anticipating a king. They had been looking for a son of David who should set up a reign morn great and moro glorious than any which tho world hud known. But their for this seem to havo been wholly selfish. Tho chief prlo-idesired to havo tho ritual of tho Jews oitcnded, not that men might bo moro rlghtoous and happy but In order that ho might have a larger income, a finer palace, n greater reputation as tho Load ot u victorious nation. The business men of prayed for tho coming of tho kingdom not In order that the poor might bo relieved and tho oppressed delivered but In order that thcro might bo a rlso in tho price of cor- j.'aer lots In tho city of Joralem. Tho jjoung men ot tho city spoko often of their deslro for that kingdom v.hlch should conquer tlio world, but their deslro did not grow out of tho wish to benefit heathen nations hut Lecauso they wished to bo centurions aud gonorals in tho conquering nrmy. Wo soo how easy it la for people to deslro the Kingdom of God t Jeru-uuleni ?p p p- -p p- - Aft I I , , fate-flightning of His ter - ri - ble swift sword, His truth righteous sentence by the dim and flar-in- g lamps, His day born of woman, crush the serpent with His heel, Since God sonl, to answer Hiral be ju - bi - lant my feet! Our God make men ho-llet ua die to make men free,Wbde God is is is is is marching marching marching marching marching on. on. on. on. on. . i- - P I Glo - rol Glo - ry! glo - ry hal - le - lu - iahl glo- - ryhal.Io-lu- jah! Glo ryl glo ry hal D. S. id time. le - Is - jail I TO. wordi u. uiJ Ij pcrmidioa ol Uooihtoo. nnd Mifflin Co. lowers, said, "If his kingdom Is not of this world then it is nothing." It Is impossible precisely to define tho Kingdom of God but wo can cay a tow things about it. In tho first place this kingdom exists In the present time. It does not mean n worldly kingdom to overthrow tho Romans as tho Jews thought, and It does not refer only to tho I'ara-uls- o which awaits us beyond tho grave. Paradise. There was at hand Christ with his new ideas. Thoy were tho Kingdom. Secondly, the Kingdom of God Is lu both worlds. It takes for granted that Heavon Is a slate where God's will Is done. It looks forward to tho banquet when "many shall como from tho East and from the Wost and shall sit down with Abraham and Isaac and Jacob." This Idea that tho Kingdom ot God exJohn, tho Baptizcr, preached, say- tends through this worid and tho ing, "Tho Kingdom ot Heaven Is at next Is very important. God rules Inhand." What was at hand? Not a hero and there. Death is only an present tebolllon against Home; not death cident. This means page six) salvation. (Continue? on Jesus AT THE CAN FIELD STAND If you want to buy from the very best selected stock of A full supply of Wall Paper, Refrigerators, Oil Stoves, Ice Cream Freezers, Lawn Mowers and dozens of other articles. Investigation will prove to you that I sell celfishly. And they conceived tula Kingdom lu a low crudo manner. Thoy could not think of or bcllovo In tho value of Ideas aud iutlucuco aud righteousness. Their highest conception of tho Kingdom of God was really tho kingdom ot Solomon. They could think Fancy and Staple Groceries Let us have your order. 4 We also carry an te line of better goods for less money than others. BY THE WAY if you waat an OLIVER CULTIVATOR I have a few of thera for tale. R. H. Chrisman Phone 26 Berea, Ky. ot nothing better than that the kingdom of Solomon, with its prosperity, magnificence and military power should bo restored and uiado perpo-tua- l. It Jesus Christ could havo promised that, thoy would never havo crucified him. Tho task ot Jesus Christ, therefore, was to Introduce a now ideal to teach men how to loucelvo of something Infinitely hotter than tho glory ot Solomon. Ho begun very Blowly and ho mado vory llttlo progress lu his lifetime. In tho last day of his trial ho was obliged to say plainly to the Itoman governor, "My kingdom Is not of this world," and thoso who heard him, Jens and and many of bis long-tim- e fol- Ho-na- Confectionery, Fruits and Fresh Vegetables, and at prices to suit the times. We shall be pleased at any time to show you through our stock andiwill takethe best care of your orders, giving you prompt attention and courteous treatment. We do not ask you to take our word but give us a trial. Call phone No. 108 or when you have an opportunity come in and see us; we are on Main Street, next door to the I'ost-oilice, IJerea, Ky. W. I. DOOLEY Page Four. THE CITIZEN. I line 8, I When You Buy Your Oxfords Get Comfort Get Style Get Both BUY RED CROSS 111 Z W. B. CORSET STEELS Guaranteed not to rust. R. H. CHRISMAN Funeral Director and Embnlmcr N,ihl 40 A Complete Line of Modern Funernl Supplies. SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. This latest W- - B. accomplishment again emphasizes the superiority of the W- - B. product. Day Phone 26 You pay E. F. COYLEget mere less or ? for an extended visit with her Miss Nettle Mann arrived, Friday, from her home in Cleveland, Ohio, parIs hero I o iototooioionoiooiotooioiooioiotoiolotoiotoioi Miss Wlllett of Hnrrodsburg Is vis- Burdetto. o ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hatfield, a graduato ltlng her brother, Dwlght, who grad Miss Frances of tho Home Science Course of last uates from tho Academy this week: Remember I guaranteo tatlsfactloh year, Is in town for Commencement GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES with every order. Mrs. Laura Jones. week. FOR SALE Thorobred Orpington Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Holllday were guests of G. D. Holllday and cockerel, eight hens and chicks. Bee jtho Prof. Ralno. Francis Hatfield of Stanford is 'wife, Sunday and Monday. Mr. Conwell of Casper, Wyoming, visiting old school friends this liero Mrs. O. N. Ellis and Edith return' visiting bis daughter, Hazel, who .oek. Olivet, Mich., where ed, Monday, from I O. B. Grigsby Is here from Hazard they had taken Prof. Ellis for burial. is In school hare. for tho Normal Reunion. Hat salo at Mrs. Laura Jones' CITY P1IONK 153 Fred Lovelaco arrived, Friday, to store, Chestnut St, Berea, Ky. Como tho reunion of the Norunl OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE attend hat at re und get your School. duced price. They say we aro giving 1 have large picture hats, shapes DAN H. BRECK them away. Come and see. in black and white, in chip mllan and Mrs. Sheridan Ballard of Vallsy any ' lialr braid, light In weight and Life and for View. Ky.. Is here this week the graduation of her son, Leonard, Insurance Jones. Mrs. Richmond, Ky. Mrs. Batson Is visiting her son, from tho Academy depaitmtnt. been Phone 505 Miss Nora Wilson who has Carrol, who graduates from the Acateaching In North Dakota for tho Is. & N. TIME TABLE week. demy this past year arrived, Monday, for a vis6:30 a. m. 11:00 p. Knoxville Mrs. Muntz of Cynthlana came to e. 3:57 a. m. Uerea, Saturday, to stay thru Com- it with her sister, Mrs. George p. m 1:29 BEREA 7:45 a. in. mencement week and see her son, 6:10 p. m. Cincinnati Now Is the time to get your hat. South Bound Loeal Harlan, graduato from the Academy. Mrs. Laura Jones.'; Sure enough. 8:26 p. m. 6:40 a. m. Cincinnati $3.50 hats reduced to $3.50 Miss Katlierine Lotto, who has ben 11:59 a. m. 13:29 p. m. BEREA $4.00 hats reduced to $2.50. visiting In Tennessee, has returned. S:W a. n. 7:00 p. m. Knoxville $3.50 hats reduced to $2.00. Our shoes are made of leather all Express Trains reduced to $1.50. $2.50 hats the way through. Are yoursT Coylo'a Stop to take oa and let off passe-ger- a $1.50 sailors and hats now $1.00. Pry Goods Store. from beyond Cincinnati or from Don't nilss this. Miss Esther Logsdou is vlsltlns Atlanta and beyond. Mrs. Laura Jones. her sister hero this week. South Bound IN teachMaxle Ponder who has been Cbrlsman and Engle carry the best 8:16 a. m. Cincinnati ing In the Huntington, W. Va., pubfertilizer, Berea, Ky. 11:44 a. m. BEREA lic schools 13 back for CommenceFor the whitest and beat flour, go Nortfc Bond ment week and to bo at the Norm.il to R. J. Engle. 4:66 p. B. BEREA Reunion. Mary Maltby Beckett of Cleveland, 8:36 p. m. Cincinnati Highest prices paid for wool. J. 8. O., with her husband and two chilGott, Depot Street. a dren are visiting with her sister, Mr. Gilbert Combs, a former Rev. Herbert Spencer Johnson of student but now in the Theologi- the Warren Avo. Baptist church of Mrs T J Oshnrne. Dr. A. Z. Conrad, pastor of the Park cal Dept. of Vanderbllt University, Boston came, Saturday night. Mr. Street Congregational church. Boston, von tho founder's medal In the an- Johnson is a trusteo of Berea arrived, Saturday noon, accompanied nual oratorical contest in that instiHe will speak Wednesday afterby his wife. Dr. Conrad gavo a very tution last Saturday. noon. grove opposite Misses Nina and Bertha King spent posts for sale. 8 2 feet pleasant talk In the 100 locust .Saturday with friends at Paint Lick. long, 4 to 8 inches iu diameter. Price the cemetery, Sunday, at 4:30 p. m. Charlie Reynolds of Livingston was 'la cents. Inquire at College Garden Ho will be tho principal speaker, Wednesday. in town last week. office at 1 to 1:30 p. m. Look for this sign a siuaem ui .Miss ura F. 0. Clark. C Eastern Kentucky State Normal, vis- you Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for O Miss Minnie Jones one of the Y you call for. Highest market and get Y. W. C. A of Secretaries of the last Monday. L price'paid butter, eggs and chickens E Prof, and Mrs. Rumold delightfully Dayton, Ohio, is greeting old Berea friends this week. Miss Jones gradS Pure home rendered lard 501b. cans 10c per lb. smaller lots 12c entertained tbe class in Physics at year from the College lsabell Williams who was In Beroa FRESH FISH EVERY THURSDAY tbelr home Friday during vesper uated last several years ago and who has been hour. Kidd Building, Corner Main and Chas. Flanery Is home for a visit in Pleasant Hill Academy, Tenn., is About sixty Utile Dulce girls, both Richmond Streets, Berea. Ky. visiting fn Berea this week. met stth his father and mother. 1'iesent and former members, Miss Helen Hunting came, Sunday, Friday evening in East Parlor of ComLadies Hall for their lovo feast. The to spend a few days during mencement week with old friends. room was tastefully decorated with Dodgo's. flowers, banners, and tho society col- Sho Is a guest at Prof. gold. ors, purple and Miss Elizabeth Marsh with her effluent manner and ready wit presided as toastmlstrcss of the evening. Toasts were responded to by Misses May Harrison, Ethel Mcllroom, Mario Babcock and Margaret Shumaker und a prophecy by Delphi lie Dunker. Mr. Dwlght Wlllott Is enjoying a visit from bis sister this week. Miss Ruth Putnam who has been a teacher In Sue Bennett School 13 now at homo with her mother. in Mr. Brandenburg of Ueattyvllle with his family has moved to Uorea. MAIN ST. Mrs. Tom Logsdcn and Mrs. W. 0. Haley wore visiting friends in Rich Uiond last week. is Miss Lou Phillips of Wlldlo Two-piec- e visiting Miss Ella Adams this week. Miss Sarah Ely Is at homo this :: :: :: :: weok. Mr. and Mrs. Cantleld drove from their home In Ohio, In nn automobile to visit their Bon, C. M. Don't fail to call and seethe high during Commencement. clai goods at such reasonable Miss Rhoda Robinson is sick with typhoid fever. Mies Kate Coddington is visiting this week at the home of her broIN BRANNAMAN HOUSE I ther, Mr. Bert Coddington, on Center Stroet, T.rm.. Ctik OJrM i3M Mildred Turner who finished the Business Course last year and haa a good position in Cleveland, O., Is visiting with friends in Bera. I I I Berea and Vicinity. Lillian Cbrlsman of Panola, Ky., to attend tho Normal reun-Io- n. DR. BEST, DENTIST J 1 I I I I I I Fire, Accident GoVay Bags TRUNKS and SUITCASES of all styles, shapes and prices. AND OUT n Hal-dan- Air. John Kdinund, a former student Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Edwards on from Winchester, Is hero for h-- tallied tho Foundation School faculty, Wednesday evening, with a Tim lareost stock of dry goods, picnic supper In tho VanWInklo i.i.iiiitia inilles nnd children's bIio.Grovo. Tho wives of tho teachers and Cojle's Dry Goods s alio In tho County at several student wcro present. After supper was over, Store. Mrs. C. II. RuFsell, of Harvoy, III., j nil enjoyed a merry hour playing a sister of Miss Helen Knecland, toJust Uko school children. Is with her threo ihlldron, Miss Ethel Flanery and Miss Nln.i Other weckB In Boroa, with Ogg aro visiting frlonds lu town this spending a few her aunt, Mrs. L. V. Dodg'). week. W. Ho and famiMr. and Mrs. j Miss Margaret Todd who has been Sunday afterEly ly drove to Narrow Gap, attending School at Tho Misses noon, and attended tho oicWIent serSchool In Connecticut returned, Satvice there. They wore accompanied urday. n C. C. ! Everything for ladles and children. by Department Commander of Bprlng-dal- e, and Mrs. Doginan Coylo'a Dry Goods Store. nnd Miss Anna Williams of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. VanWInklo of Mason County. Mt. Vernon were visiting In Berea Mr. John Fupltt and family of last week. Urodheud, nrrlved In Herea, Monday, railed by tho death of Mrs. Fugltt's father, Mr. P. J. Pauley. mooting Tho pleasant of tho Y. P. S. C. E. are to begin naln next Sunday evening if tho weather nermlts. The place. In front Hall, and beginning at .f .Lincoln 0 30 p. m. Mrs. Jones, who has been for chit on years a tnissionury in uuruui, v III tell of her work. A cordial welcome is extended to everybody. News from private sources cumca from Hazard to tho effect that a flro r supply-toucher. Deg-nia1 ' GO HOME SHINING ciartliig shortly ufter midnight last tho court bouais Friday destroyed jail and old clerk's office. Most of tho court records aro said to havo saved. The origin ot the flro lb nut known. Buy your groceries at Dooley'a, Rend ad. next to the Pool OfMc on third page. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Worthlngton, the Missus M. Muyskens nnd Tracy of Anvllle, Ky., and Miss M. Zoemer f McKeo are visiting In Bereft this It-e- Be-ie- Col-leg- WELCH'S PALACE MEAT MARKET what weok. WANTED: Old hats and old shoes for tho next 30 days at Welch's Now Dry Goods and Gents' Furnishings Department. GRADUATING And WEDDING PRESENTS in want for what Gold, Gold-fille- d and Sterling Silver. Birth Stone Rings and Jewelry. U. 1. ROBERTS, Prop. XEbc IRachct Store ENGRAVING FREE :: Very Hot Weather Wearing Apparel AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES AT Remarkable :: Values :: SHOES, CLOTHING FURNISHINGS HAYES RHODUS STORE THE QUALITY Suits Women's Women's Women's Women's Women's Women's BEREA, KY. LADIES' AND GENTS' Can-fiel- d, Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Straw Hats Low Shoes Summer Coats White Vests Underwear and and and and and and Children's Children's Children's Children's Children's Children's Summer Skirts Hot Weather Hats Low Shoes and Sandals Light Waists Black and Fancy Parasols Summer Underwear J. M. COYLE COME AND BUY FROM US AND YOU WILL GET THE BEST. lunc 8, iq! i. A Bllftht blat which might liavo ro suited In a iloatructlva flro had It not liecn discovered nl onco, occur led, Monday night, In tho rear of tho Racket Htoro on .Main Street. Ah It was, only a coal houso used for storing loxrs wns destroyed. Another fin', ns ns this and much inoro destructive, destroyed n stable on Jacknou Street, Saturday night. So far, It has been impossible to discover tho orlRln In cither cnsi Just ns It war of Hid one that do plroyod tho Mock of buildings on Main Street somo weoks ngo. THE CITIZEN. Page Five. The College Year (Contlniirri from fir-- t pug I This Is n slow process. significance Is the. fact But of tnoro that tho abiliw ties and Interouls of tho man thus trained nro confined within tho nnr-iulimits of his vocation. He touches only n few points. He Is likely to become merely nn automaton n machine, capable of doing one kind of work. Success has como to most men thru I mining In school. This develops olio's life at service for 1'rof. Kill .ho died n week ago In Ilerea was held In connection with tho commencement eierclsos of Tabor College, lown, last Tuesday afternoon. I'rof. Kills was I'rnMdent of Tuhor Loforo comlnK to Uorea. Mr. Jcsso llalrd ling nccepted n position with tho Association of tho Statu for next year. Ho wilt travel with thu exhibit car which tho Association is equipping for tho statu work. Mr. James l.uusfnrd, nn old sol dlcr, dlod at Ills residence In Keren, DKAN MATHKNY Monday morning. powers much moro rapidly, puts him Mr. J. II. Ulurkson of Sblell, Ky., his work and In connection with , has bought out tho Isaacs' linrdwnro makes him master of himself much Mi More In Ilerea earlier In life. There, Is it strong demand In every ealy-holodepartment of Ufa for moro training. A very pretty nnd happy wedding Thuro Is n growing movement In Ken In placo llerrn, Thursday tucky today to allow no one to teach took nfternoon, tho first day of tho month In tho High Schools except a graduwt 3:00 o'clock, when Miss Edith ate from Collego, and no one to teach IZarly, a well known and much lov- In the common or grnded schools exed Ilerea girl nnd Mr. Hurt Holder, cept graduates of high schools anil highly esteemed In hs town nnd com- Academies. bo This will possibly munity, who comos from Roanok", tho law In Kontucky within a few Alabama, wero united In marrlngo. years, Mr. W. 0. Holder, brother of tho Tho medical, tho legal, nnd In fact, Kioom, officiated nnd thoo present all tho loading professions are mrely ovor henrd a more beautiful greater prepaiatlon for en and cxprosslvo ceremony. Mr. Clin- trance to their courses than that af ton Early was nt man and tho maid forded by tho common schools. of honor, Miss Hstella Bleknell. Miss Tho Academy in Ilerea holds a (irnco Cornelius played the wedding unique position In education. It pre March, Tho woddlng occurred at tho Pares for many iiosltlons In life. A I omo of tho bride's parents on ChestKrnduatu from its four year course Is nut Street. Mr. and Mrs. Holder at- prepared to enter Harvard, Yale or tend the graduating exercises of Mr. uny Collego In thu country In the Holder's brother, tho officiating min- freshman year without condition ister, this week at Transylvania College, lexlugton, Ky., They will return to Korea for a few days and then go to Roanoke, Alabama, uhere thy will mako their home. Tho sliicro nnd loving wishes of Ilerea friends nttend them on their life Journey. er b-- A memorlnl proud of her students. Many will not bo ablo to como be tnuso tho dlstnnco Is too great but letters will tell of tholr work In far away states. Tho Normal Detriment Is Just (losing tho best year In all Its his tory. In fact It Is no longer a department but n SCHOOL- having departments of Its own', each ono having several courses nnd each courso taught by a specialist. Thus there Is thu department of Pedagogy with tho Dean at tho head and Miss Uoworeox as tho principal tinchor. This courso Is well graduated from tho first year, tho County Ccrtlflcato Course, on up through all tho courses Including that of Bachelor of Pedagogy. Tho Mathematics course has Prof. Calfeo at Its head nnd no moro thorough work Is dono r.nywhcro than that carried on by his vigorous efforts. Prof. Lowls of tho Science Departinentt Is a lover of Nat nro and arouses the enthusiasm of his students to a degree that makes learning a delight. Tho other - i 30 DAYS ONLY Best 25c Coffee Meal, per bu 15c 65c 60c 50c 10c j $20.00 suits $15.00 suits $12.00 suits $10.00 suits $12.00 $11.00 $10.00 $8.00 Patent Flour Good Flour Bacon A great reduction in shoes. Why Pay More? departments are Latin, History and LItcraturo and aru equully well taught and administered. Tho special features of the Normal School are tho Magnificent which Is used constantly by tho Normal students, tho Lltorary R. J. Phone 60 to one porfoct peace," and many a tlrod caro worn student and worker has found rest and peace in listening to tho public recitals of our musical department, Tho work this year haa been In many instances beyond any preceding. Wo wero obliged early In tho season to secure additional practlco rooms for both piano and or- ENGLE s Berea, Kentucky MRS. DINSMORE Societies, DEDICATION SERVICE ' The dedication servlco for tho no1 church houso at Scaffold Cuno will take place next Sunday, June It. nt II a. m. nnd 2 p. m. President "Frost Iflr J of Heron College will speak at 11. Dr. Thomson and others will speak In the afternoon. Come and Kverybody Invited. bring a full basket. Howard Hudson. OLD MR. O. WALTER MORTON Successor to Mr. Gamble. Some have done It and mado good. A graduate from its throo year course to enter tho Scientific Is propared Course In Berea Collego without cou SOLDIER DIES Mr. Pleasant J. Pauley died nt his home In Ilerea, In tho early morning of Monday, tho 0th lust. Ho had some months, III for evening before on tho but unusually was departure Ms cheerful nnd was thought to bo better. ho So lately an Memorial Sunday serwas brought to tho Memorial vices In tho Collego chapel. The funeral services took placo on Tuesday, In tho Berea cemetery nnd wero conducted by Prof. Levant Dodge. Tho Interment was by members of Capt. Jas. West (J. A. It. post, of which tho departed has lcen for ten yenrs Department a prominent member. Oommandor C. C. Degman of Spring dale officiated. Mr. Pauley was born In Whitley County, Kentucky, Aug 13, IS 15, and so was nearly CiS years of ago. Ho i;Jlstcd In 1SG2, as u member of Co. G.Mth Kentucky Infuntry and served .Aintll tho close of tho, war. He had sj-- attended tho public schools nnd later spent so mo time lu teaching. HI? vocation wns that of a carpenter. Most of his maturo llfo was spent '.u this vicinity, whero ho had a largo e'relo of acquaintances and friends. N-c- ditton. A graduate from Berea Academy is nreitarod to enter our law and medical schools nnd take their work with credit. And ho Is prepared to teach In tho public schools of any slato In the Union. Just tills year ouo of Its graduates goes to a thou sand dollar liosltlon as principal of a graded school. Tho Academy grow rapidly this year and ono hundred more students expected next year nro confidently than this. NORMAL DEPARTMENT Tho Normal Dopartraent occupies rn enviable position In that Its students, numbering thousands, carry Its Instruction to tho homo cominu nltles and ovon to tho remotest places of Appalachian America. Many of Its graduates hold flno positions nnd all mi giving back to tho world what tboy received when they wero Btu- deuts and moro than they received because education Is like tho little leaven Uiat loaveuctlt tho wholo lump, v hen onco tho doslro for learning la kindled there la no quenching It. Tho Reunion this year of tho Aluin- STATEMENT Y. i.l Association of tho Normal Department will bring largo uumbors Financial Statement Y. M. C. A. from their fields of labor to greet .. J1U7 onco moro tholr teachors and friends Cash Ilalanco, May Receipts for May.. .7 .. .. CI. 17 and to feast their eyes with tho "Dear old Dcrea." of beauties rcT Total L'xponses for May Cash Dalanco, Juno 1, 1911 75.31 $11.39 30.D5 .. livery graduato and former studont who appears will receive a royal wal como for tho Normal Department Is ONLY ONE FARM IN BEREA Containing twenty ncres ton original forestry, ten oitta nnd grass, live cottntfOH, four tho well equipped Hospit al and Collego Physician, the Gymnasium, tho Athletic Association, and the Model Schools for observation and Practlco Teaching. Most of theso nro shared alike by all tho Schools of tho Institution. The Normal School like tho other schools of tho College enjoys a generous patronage from a large scopo of country Including tho mountain re Clons of Kentucky, Tennessee; Vir ginia, West Virginia and North Can Una. Into hundreds of school dls tilcts and Into thousands of homes are carried tho blessings of Inspira tion and knowledge that have been derived from tho tho chapel services, tho Sunday School and the other religious organizations, and only tho Recording Angel been made. himself can tell tho vast work that TRAINING HOME MAKERS Is being wrought by Berea In this No young woman's education Is comItreat field of Cod's Vineyard. plete until she Is trained lu tho "profession of homo making," the greatDEPARTMENT OF MUSIC est profession in the world. Every Tho Instrumental department und-nthe Instruction of Miss Helen Wales, normal young woman expects some Berea v'.lh Miss Mamie, Johns as assistant, time to become a makes a splendid showing. The at- - attempts in her Homo Science course s. t ndahec has been largo and tho work to train our young women for ruost faithfully done. Miss Wales A large part of the money that Is to bo congratulated on tho trlura rj;ant graduating recital of her pU' comes Into any homo is expended on pil, Miss Freda Rocscho. Such artls tho homo and the womau has largetic work Is tho highest compliment ly the control ot this expenditure. In tho Homo Science courso an atthat can bo puld to a teacher. n No organization has mado greater tempt Is made to teach the young to divide wisely the family progress than our College Orchestra, to bring system Into the manIt has boon largor, played a higher class of music, and has played with agement of the house and to out-lin-o tho best way to care for Uw much better finish than ever before. This year It played tho "Messiah" liouso. A great deal of time is spent without any outside help and render in tho study of foods, the kind of cc. It fully as well as on previous food and clothing to provide in to keep tho family happy and in years with help from outside. Wo can bespeak oven better things for good health. The girls are also next year as wo have already securid taught In the homo nursing classes a splendid violin Instructor, who will how to care for the sick ot tho family. bo on the grounds In September. And having learned bow to clothe By careful management tho Musl- clal Department will show no finan and feed the family, the girls are cial deficit, for the first time in taught how to make tho clothes and bow to cook tho food. A cottage simhistory. Other features, such as Harmony, ply furnished is provided whero tho Voice and Choral classes deserve twirls llvo a part of tho year and put tpeclal mention but spaco will not In practice the lessons learned in (Continued on lat page) permit. Altogether tho Collego Is to be congratulated In having such an ad Junct under such capable, leadership. Some ono has remarked that "ovory ono should hear soino sweet music, look upon sonio beautiful plcturo, Binoll some sweet flower and read somo flno poem overy day In order that tils God given qualities may not become hardened." The high standard of muslcial attainment In Ilerea College Is duo primarily to tho ludcfatlgablo labors of Prof. Itlgby lu vocal training together with tho untiring, patient effort of Miss Helen Wales In instrumental work. Somehow such music has power ' to link all perplexed meanings, In- class-rooms, homo-maker. homo-makerwo-maor-d- ct gan study. The rendition of tho great oratorio, 'Tho Messiah," by tho Harmonla Society showed most painstaking effort on part of the leader as well ns the hundred or moro participants In tho chorus. Beside this great annual recital tho "Rose Maiden" now holds equal place In tho hearts of Bercana. Tho difficult piano accompanlng work on the part of Miss Wales deserves special mention, a notablo feature of this latter rendition was the fact that all the Soloists wero home talent. Some advances in the Music Department are bo marked as to deso'rve special mention. Owing to the new system of music books Installed and also to the use of better methods In teaching tho sight reading ability of the Foundation Schools, has fully doubled. This wo consider one of the most Important improvements that could have so popular In tho student organizations. And, as in tho forenoon, as Continued from first ixige the President and Governor proceed-f- d between their ranks, tho column tho President waiting to hear his fell In and marched to tho Chapel. "woll dono"; waiting for his GodExtracts from tho addressos of tho speed In tho activo walks ot life three representatives of the societies, his spiritual benediction. President Frost's-addresof welcome Tho sermon will bo found elseand Governor Wlllson's speech will where In this Issue. It is sufficient be found in other columns. to say hero that It voiced tho hopo of overy College worker and sought HARMONIA CONCERT to lnsplro in the members of tho clasa tho ambition that every true In spite of a steady down-pou- r ot teacher holds for his pupil. And ono rain Just Immediately before and durwould think that this purpose was ing tho hour set for the Harmonla accomplished. "Thy Kingdom Come" Concert, a fairly good crowd of music was tho theme, and touchingly at the lovers was la tho chapel, Monday closo ot the address, the class stand- evening, to hear Berea's many sweet ing, tho President said "Wo havo singers. sought to lead you all Into tho KingTho Society selected the beautiful dom" and with bowed heads and cantata known as "Tho Roso Maidclosed eyes; with voices trembling en" for Its public program this year, with emotion they scaled their vows, and It was rendered In such a manone to the other and each to his ner as to give most thorough satisor her Maker, by repeating the Lord's faction to every one present. Thero prayer. was no part of tho rendition that The chief events ot tho afternoon would call for anything but words of wero the preaching ot Dr. Johnson praise, but the solo parta which were at Narrow Gap, to which place lie given by Mr. Rlgby, tenor. Miss Lilwas accompanied by a number of lian Ambrose, soprano, and Mr. Jesse Collego people, tho sermon by Dr. Murrcll, barltono, wero especially Conrad in tho VanWinklo Grove, the pleasing. closing meeting of the student ChrisTho writer regrets that space will tian societies, C. E., Y. W. C. A., and not permit a moro dotalled descripY. M. C. A., during vesper hour, and tion of the concert. But to thoso who tho Governor's address In the Chap- wero present this is hardly necessary el In the evening. ond the absent would havo to hear Just before tho time for tho even- tho music anyway to enjoy It. It Is ing address the young ladles of the to bo hoped that it may bo given various departments were lined up again soon in Berea. along tho walk of tho President's Prof. Rlgby, Miss Wales, who bo liouso as an escort for tho Governor. admirably played tho accompaniment, For some minutes, awaiting his ap- and In fact tho entire society are to pearance, they sang a number of be congratulated on tho success ot familiar religious selections that are the evening. Baccalaureate Sunday V Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm ? Do you want to buy a good building lot in Berea and do as others have done, build you a comfortable home, educate your children and make a living? Or is it a common to medium farm you want at a moderate price for either cash or terms with easy payments, close around and convenient to Berea College ? It may be more convenient for you to buy some of the beautiful homes already built that I have for sale for my clients in Berea. Good enough for anybody. I have plenty of Real Estate in Madison and adjoining Counties for sale at a price to suit any one, from $10 per acre to $150 per acre owing to the quality and location of the land. Think it over and write me what you want or call at my office and we will talk it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you willalways get a square deal with Holiday. If interested CALL UPON OR ADDRHSS, DON'T NEGLECT YOUR WATCH is of less InvuHtmentHln wellHoli'cteil real estalo In growing ami you nro small havings. Ituy buying nn Inheritance. I Imvu resident property, Htoro property, nnd building Intx for sale in Heron, ranging in price from $160 up, Improved from S'JOO to $5,000. Also liluegrnss fitrnm lu Mmlihon nnd (Jurranl Co; mountain farms in Jackson and ItockcaHtlo Co. I can suit you lu farms any wlioru In prices from $1,000 to $20,000. One farm of P2 nereH, real black wnlniit liliio gra.-- land In (larrard Co. 3 mllos west of Paint Lick, Ky. Tills farm I nearly nil lu grass, well improved, and will suit any ono wanting it splendid farm. If you are planning to buy lieitl Estate, do not delay hut write or eall on me at onco for particulars and terms. Hurc nnd wifii ami best for H fronting In KoruHtKt. machinery. It A WATCH a delicate attention than communities are Red Cross Flour, machinery, but this property in 65 cents. piece calls (or most must be cleaned and oiled occasionally to keep perfect time. With proper care a Waltham Watch will keep perfect time for a lifetime. It will pay you well to let us clean your watch every 13 or i3 months. Every Sack Guaranteed G. D. Room 4, Berta Bank HOLLIDAY (& Trust Building J. P. BICKNELL TATUM'S T. A. ROBINSON Optician and Jeweler BEREA, - BEREA, KY. KENTUCKY Page Six. YUE CITIZEN June At thn conclusion of tho Governor! pildrons th entire audience was nsi In thn cf God Is nings. It seed ieeda hut 8, 1911 w E have anything you want and guarantee to save you POUND from WELCH'S weighs 16 10 percent on your year's supply. t'd to nana out by tho pint form shnko his hand. STUDENJ ACTIVITIES and EvERY OUNCES. in Eastern Kentucky. Splendid Record for the Year Numerically the student acllvi lies of llerea College nro like the demons In the iiossessed tludarem Their name Is legion. The space (Mowed for this article renders lu Hlblo little more than a bare tabula lion of them. While no Intercollegiate conte.its took place there has bevti much ath l"tlc activity through tho year. Do tiartinent foot ball games were hard f.mght. llasehall had Its shnre of patronage and the games between the Academy, Town and Faculty leiuiis proved the athletic efficiency t'f the Faculty to bo deserving of high student regard. The local field day was the biggest athletic event of the year. A fine day, and enthuslustlc njiectators Inspired the contestants to break threo Statu rerotds, the pole vault, the hammer throw und the i hot put. All of the Literary Societies of tin ustltutlun have been very much a- lle this year. Friday evening, all nud ordinary occupations are banlBhed and the societies spend their time In mutual Improvement and fel lowshlp. The two great debates were tpletidldly lought and fairly won I '111 Delta was the victor lu the strut: pit? between tho settlor societies, and Lnlon won the Junior society d- bate. Tho public exhibit of l'l Hpmlon l'l, nnd Utile Dulce the girls ery excellent and societies weio Justified tho high e.iectatli)iis of their friends. Few schools can point to as heal thy and vigorous religious activity among their students as can llerea The Christian Kudenvor, the Young Women's Christian AsMiclatlon und tho Young Men's Christina Associa tion have had a deep and abiding Influence oil the religious atmosphere of the school. Tho two "Y's" have conducted Mis- Moll study classes, Hlblo classes und prayer meetings throughout the year. The Y. .M. C A. has had more men lu voluntary lltble study than have all the other Institutions lu Ken tiuky combined. Its memliershlp this 5 ear has exceeded the water mark ol tho highest previous flood nud the hituie Is true of its finances. lyARGEST and most complete department store Come in and we will both make money. HuNDRED cents to every dollar. means just what it says. SA VE tnc Difference" WELCH'S and "SAVE "TOE DIFFERENCE" Governor Willson Addresses Students' Religious Societies Speaks at the Chapel, Sunday Evening, of the "Noble, Brave, and selfish Service" of Berea to the State. Un- fBBBBBBBBsaar E "k9Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa9 KBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMBaaaaM BBBBBabK President Frost, Presiding, Felicitates the Governor on the Succtss of His Administration. President Frost presided at the Sunday evening meeting of the religious societies of the College, and, In a very appropriate and effective manner, Introduced the speakers of tl.o evening, .Mr. Thomas ferry rj vHHra tW this commonwealth in the esteem of the world there is not one in receut j ears to be compared to tho friend whom I introduce to you tonight. Ho lias been a governor of the whole people and not a partisan. Ho has .resenting the Christian Endeavor, rallied the patriotism of our host Miss Taulbee the V. W. 0. A., Mr. citizens. While uncompromisingly deDavison the Y. M. C A., and Gover- voted to the principles of the Repubnor Augustus K. Willson the chief lican party he has won tho support Swttk BBBBBBhBBBBBBBBBHb cf many ot those resolute Confederspeaker of the evening. ate veterans who were rebels In w.tr The representatives of the thn-organizations made Interesting ad- time not only against the United dresses, outlining the work of their States hut nfaliii-- t Kentucky herself. ' "Ho has been a friend to Berea fn respectlvo societies for the year, each the days of Its obscurity and adverprogress and speakclaiming marked ing of their plans for the future. sity. Governor Wlllsou, we love you nnd wish to hear your words tonight." j Kacli of the societies has no iecr the Colleges in Kentucky both The Governor's Address. lor the number of workers enlisted In response Gov. Willson said in i.nd the annual budgets and contri- part, "President Frost, young ladl butions to the support of the gener- and young gentlemen of the student i al activities represented by the parent body and friends and neighbors all. organizations. I never felt less able, to satisfy my ' Mr. Terry announced that his own Ideal of what 1 would like to had contributed during the year say nor more thankful than I do and $40 to religious work. Miss Taulbee'H tun tonight, GOVERNOR AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON. i am embarrassed by , eociety, the Y. W. C. A., had a budthe kindness showered upon me and membership of 12.1. get of $77, and a cheered by the kind references of 1 the President Frost. I feel that he has "There are different degrees of sus- siind than we, and realize that the In a recent lssuo we published ceptibility to christian nud splrltu.il r.groes help us out that wo would statement of the Y. M. financial been too kind he has been great i.ot make po good a showing if it A. Mr. Davison In a Bplcudld appeal hearted and generous and you have Influences, but there Is no different wero not for tho standard of educalor the organization showed that it nil been. But I do not feel exalted degree of the chance to enter into tion nmoug our colored opti!atlo.i. to carry on Its work nnd puffed up. I feel humble be- - i uuu u,m lu UUYC u vould need ul L'ut tills condition is not due to the i.oxt year In comparison with ?3S1 lore this people and before God. And uselul l"1" ,n lno worK ol mu"' w holly bad character of our people. It mau compare for this year, lie paid an eloquent tribluo. .ounK do not wish to think a moment of .K,uu1,1 ,,art to thB facl ,1,at "muy efficiency of the General myself and my work. I only wish his chance with that of Abraham Lin-''- 8 ute to the our 'Bl cmz,'8 uav0 mtm'a a Secretary, Mr. Herbert L. Henry, to think of you and your work and coin. There Is no one here that has 01 t0 P tuo Beat Northwest, io i,n M.i.,.r ,.,,nrt,miiv who is now away liom school owing i bring to you, President Frost, and ,mt ..i poor boy, born on largo a number that If they were all to the sickness of his father. to your workers and students tho love lib. Ho was a very an obscure and almost worthless in Kentucky now our etalu would President Frost Introducing Gover- and respect of the whole commonhave more than five million Inhabl- v ih L iiiill. fiiir ii:'tiit't i;trm. will Willson spoke as follows: nor d wealth of Kentucky, which nro U.UM .their going away has been "Kentucky is a state which always by tho noble, biave and un- only be known in our little circle 'illfl. elli.tflv r f.llr lriltil.it.. Mfr.tl I. Ulv he is known the world ovur stands up for Itself, but wc acknowl- selfish chrlstiun service which you lntob'i- (if vran? glous Intolerance, business and will hi fnr thmiHriiut edge among our selves tiiut wo have have rendered the state. MeuX I'itulerut.ce. iiml clllu"' not made all tho progress which wo "And 1 wish to congratulate the Ills simply because he took the uui in" iiiuiu cause til our uacievvaru desire and do not rfmk among tho joung people of your christian chance that God gave him did not condition, our Illiteracy, and In the sisterhood of states" In all particu- organizations for the splendid work bury his talent but polished It and lace of tho fact that we expend upon lars as we would wish. Wo have not they are doing and the record they "UUllc 84:110018 from the state treas tt succeeded In diffusing education have iiiado In tho state as aro shown vice of mankind. And this is what "ur a Iarur ,or Ulia man any otner u among tho masses ot our people nor by the Interesting remits Just made ury one of us should do and must ,,tatu thu Unlon- - 18 thu flllluru uf In protecting ourselves agulnst vio- b their ropiesentatlves. These thinss uo If we fulfill the demands of Chris- lK'1,lu 1,1 KC,M5rnl 1,1 !'wlln8 tllolr wo li'ivo not been done for the sake "! tianlty uiion us. lence and lawlessness. Nor have super- "And now to tho large body of n preseutatlves and it. properly In later years been contributing to honor or distinction or riches. Tlry . ... ,i uto ino.-.. mbiiik inu exiHiiiuiiure oi .i ..i. the councils of tho nation many men Kuvo been done in the spirit and than half of our revenues that go.-whoso public actions win the large In the name of the Savior, In the Wo are all iiartners, real partner, tor school purposes. Tho usefulneas gratitude of tho people. We hark spirit of all that is strongest and best and if wo do not work together out of this great fund has been largely work will be a failure. If our govern back to Henry Clay, and wo are proud lu human life. And your icward Is a by setting up us a standard of the birth of Lincoln, though Ken- ruward that comes not to the richest ment and our ways of living do not to the ' ,c" r a,ld 1etw:Uon rejected him when alive. And man on earth. It Is the reward tint Kive an equal chance for happiness tucky a"'1 tTOclJl,r aM'1 t"ut to all. an equal chanw of we have In tho supreme court tho only follows the one who has done and usefulness cluU hIio have to do w U, winning tho love and respc-c- l and ,,tla'r great Jurist, Hurlan. God for noble, earnest christian work. k1"8 ' " a,,a, 'r e",l8,U " friendship of others, our Instltutlotu "As one who has mail) connections keeps books lor everybody, hut hisac-(ou. of abl" y U,,,J falUJful-,Mil fall, but I do not believe that outside my own commonwealth I am book Is In tho heart and In each . ... , .... i.ess to the appeal of duly. .. . ,, olten called upon to defend Kentucky, life. In that book every good Implusv, and for the last few years I have ' utid generous und unselfish deed, census Is ugalnst us, that we In Ken- - enemies of every child In Kentucky lu tho numbeen able to point to a governor who arc credited, and the credit can usu- tucky stand forty-thirour failure to select pioper represtood for honor, progress and tho en- ally bo read In tho face. The very ber of Illiterates. That Is, thut there sentatives to our legislative body nro forty-tw- o states in tho Uuloti forcement of law. Among all the hands have a different touch, owing ot kinship, utid the substitution that have fewer illiterates per thou- mew who have contributed to raise to this friendship nnd favoritism as unselfish service. g instead of And so greatly havu wo failed In these respects thaC tho statu becoming disturbed und Uktu aro runny who havu almost lout faith In representative government, who fuv tnat our system Is u fullui'; and have j begun to run after tho now fungi. Hi But I ssll and install Heating, Lighting and Pneumatic Ideas of Inltttutlvu and ltoferetidum Water Systems. I put on metal roofs to protect your und Recall. To get good results from these revolutionary measuies would f I nlcn rn ..n hnmc rntn Unrhtntmr nnH fir require greater faithfulness and a higher standard of citizenship than eves troughs and rain water Biters to supply healthy utidur the present regime. And If wo water. Any kind of sheet metal work. could only realize the Judgment und patriotism that would bo duuiand'Hl If you are in the market for anything of this kind cut out this add and mail same to me. under these proposed new laws, wo would not need them, for our presMR. LENGFELLNER: I am in the market for ent govemmont can only bo called a Please call on me and give me your best figures. failure owing to thu lack of these qualities. If every community would Name. telcct Its host cltlzeu to represent It lu the legislature wo would no PHONE 181. longer hear our genel assseinbly spoken ot with contempt,' B - nil jyjkv.v tho Kingdom a kingdom of fctiinll beginIs likened "unto tho liuu-tni- d which Is the least of nil when It Is grown up It a great treo and the fowls of tho nlr lodgu In tho brnnches of It." Christ wns not lu a hurry for Immediate resulU. Ho loft eleven alkalies as n result or threo yviM teaching, and It has been so with A student's room In Ids followers. Oxford was tho birthplace ot the The city revlvnl. it wit Methodlft Jail In lledford was tho birthplace Pilgrim's I'rogress. A f llunyuii's Imystnrk In the field nt Williams-towwas the libelMavKachUKctls, ler of the first prayer meeting where American students gnve themseirts to the work of foreign missions. Hut till these movements have been on like the mill of John Ilrowtt, marching forward, coii'iuerlng nnd to conquer. And lu the seventh place tho Kingdom ot God Is a kingdom of Infinite tcope. Christ cuiiiu first to the last sheep of tho Kingdom ot Israel. Wry soon he passed over tho lino to the rivals nnd mcmlcs of tho Jews, the despUed Samaritans, nnd It was they who first gave him hU title, "Savior of thu world He never boasted of the succor Ids Kingdom but Just before li death, when n woman anointed him with thu contents of an atabaster box, ho said, calmly, Incidentally, unconsciously almost, "This woman's deed shall lie told of her wherever my gosiK-- l Is to tho ends cf the enith." He was to die tho next uuy and leave only a handful of frightened followers, but ho wns convinced that his gospel was to bo preached to tho ends of tho earth. Many of us have win mighty transformations In men nnd women and In the world we may all bellovo und comfort oursehes In the thought that this Kingdom Is going In future years more gloriously than in thu pant. sixth place n, I for-wa- rd PLACES WORTH VISITING (Mgr- (Coiitlmml ftutn fir t ty , 1 well-earne- 1 ,l' ' i s nt inM d stand-aids-f- or offlco-lioldlu- Not a Fire Sale no-ninc- 1 j , fH r Henry Lengfellner, Berea, Ky. their baskets and baggacu nud re ceive a check for tho Bauie at the small schoolbulldlng near the Liber- tu.cle. Othur places you muy want to vluR nto: AllCHITKCTUIIAt. Drawing lloom n charge of Mr. Llndslev. Indimtrl.il Tho Stntu Y. M. C. A. Convention Lulldlng. mw Heren's delegation by all odds CAKI'KNTltY Itoom. the largest and Hvest of any lu tho Mr. Hurgess, Woodwork In charce of Uulldlng. state, nud the projects of tho pres- I.AUM)U. in charco of MIkm Mor nce of a dozen Herca delegates lit row, Industrial Uulldlng. the Ashevlllo Summer Y. M. C. A. SKWING AND COOKING wIhw.i i.. conference In North (.'urolltia are charge of .MS8 Sikj.t. Industrial Hulld- rosy. Itig. lu conclusion. If tho suprelntetident HorANICAI. !.alorntorv mid Cabin uf tho Biilphurous palm can find et, In chnrgo of I'rof. Uwls, Indui- ork for Idle hands only, he had tnai Uulldlng. or better (asH up llerea College, I.ANTKIIN UOOM lu rbarc. .vf most of her students nro too busy i'rof. Ilumold, Science Hull. things to afford him am Ith other COMMKllCIAL Hmmi. In chare, rf encouragement. A.r. LUetigood. Lincoln Hall. And don't forget to Pres. Frost's Sermon to Graduates tislt rut.'. C1T12KN office. Se-the best prtus (Contintirit (mm lliltil iiigr) In Kastern Kentucky at work. See Wo are In the Kingdom of God al Ihu folding muchlno, that will fold a ready as truly as though we hat un thousand puiiers nn hour. Se tho der tho trees of l'nntdise. It Is right wonderful llnotyiK. Hint jm'U, up the us to sing thu hilarious hymn matter printed In the for . AImj 1 am doing well, I am glad to tell, pay your subscription. If it iim,in. to be behind, but ciimo anyhow. I'm living lu Cunaun now." lu the third place (iod's Kingdom a a kingdom of Ideas. All that Jesiu I t ought Into thu world was a few fruitful Ideas. Ho built them on Teaches to Make Your Own Tile the. foundations of the prophets. lie tamo not to destroy what had gone At a cost of 135 for nuirhlnn .... I but to fulfill. He taught men mold mid 115 for a good screen every that tho great commandment In thu .Her can make bis own tile mi law was the commandment of love. rainy days at very little He taught us that God murks the One sack of coment will mako Boven- sparrow's fall. Ho taught us that Hie. lite cement Is inli.l tvtti. blessedness Is In hunkering and wind which has been thoroughly drl- thirsting for righteousness. He ... iwur bucks oi san being taught us that vlrtuu Is not In out with one of cement. This ward respectability tut lu that pupjv.hleh costs S3& will maKO 3 In. h, A x'hs of heart which does not desltu Inch, C or C inch tllo. liorca Collego evil. And theho Ideas have been has one of these and has mado a er since slowly working for thu good number of tllo this spring. Wo transformation ot thu world. Invito farmers atid others who nro In. In the fourth place tho Kingdom of terested in this line of work to od Is a kingdom of heaits. World- this tllo while hero at Com- kingdoms rest upon tear or the mcncetneiit. This llttlo hoie of reward. No one comes into waives ono of tho difficult problenw God's Kingdom excopt by tho cholco which tueots tuu farmer who I. rnr f his heatt. Wheu a iiiun'u heart from thu railroad. H Is Impossible like God's heart, devoted, loving, ior unit to buy tllo shipped on tho sympathetic with nil God's creuttiiva, railroad since tho cost of hnniin.. ' he Is In the Kingdom. would bo irreat ami H.n ... In the fifth placo tho Kingdom of would also bo exceedlniflv lu.nw. od Is a kingdom of the humbli. Any farmer tan purchuso one ot Christ suld, "Ye know how In this tliese nturhlnos, nnd have his ccnietit world those who havu authority ex shlp.od to hint. Generally ho will I. ercise lordship but It shall not lie ublo to get sand nearby in his vicin so among you, but ho that would 'tu ity so that during the winter or treatest let him be servant of all." talny days ho can mako his own til,. Ho his kingdom began with fisher- und redeem many of tho wet nnd sour men and carpenters and shepherds tutus on ins farm und mako them Iho und so It has a place for tho servl'.'o most productive lands bv of ovory lovlug heart. Not all uro draining. Wo feel sure that U will tiav manv ailed to preach tho gospel, but all are called to bear witness of thu gospel of tho farmers In tho custom part and the witness of a farmer and a or mo sutto to Invest In such an outstable boy may bo as effective tis fit, lie Buro and oxautluo tho mach- that of the preacher. If you are call- - Inu and the tllo which tho College to ho a farmer, a milliner, a nas ou hand. Auy Inuulrles in re doctor, or whatever you aro called gard to tho work will bo answer (o bo, your placo Is to bo a head- - ed by S. U, Clark who will bo found ut the Collego barn during Comluartors for thu work of the mencement Day. pai-er- berea'sIew industry 1 ts.j ma.-hfl,- e i,r..-i-,- -J June 8, 1911 THE CITIZEN Page Seven 0 E r..i STORY a Tni the. moment Nathaniel could only nrlng tho other's hand. He tried I rf'u like you then, Nan buck to fight for my Jean. flea wai cone. Nobody know me, for I m to ! was Mine to Mow up this damned Uland mewouldn't do It for at tart. "I've had- -a The Courage of Captain Plum Aro you not far advanced? Christ Is tho light of you FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Here he wotld. Wo understand that, yet n special teacher, nnd make He says. "Ye are the light of me will be placed with others like yourself, under the common Dr most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic nnd drawing, latin world," There Is really no discrepJAMES say the lamp lights branches and ho ready to use them. You will have singing, ancy here for we n Ono year In the OLIVER the room yet In reality It is tho oil In and household management, and free $90 nnd Is worth 11.000. CURWOOD nera School costs less than lha lnmn Hint it ves the light. Is In us no llcht by reason of our ue Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join tho you will lie ao lug, but still we nro the light of the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here taught how to world. Christ Is the light ana wo trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be the supply. Ills light. We shine Insofar as teach. The demand for Ilerca trained teachere far exceeds we act so He can shine through us. Hps. Are you Interested In earning money? W MifM C. lettstr There arc degrees In Christianity. One THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. "She left Marlon and Nclll" yery badly "Uncle there dead or anHome Science. He sank back, ashen white and still, light shines more brightly tban Mountain Agriculture. fight with wounded I We've Just had a Nursing. nnd with a cry Nathaniel turned W other, according to the amount of oil Woodwork and Carpentry. Oe.) the king's men" tOeprtfkt SWt bj Business Course, Etc. a the lieutenant. The officer ran for and general condition or the lamp, uoe Printing and Tk ii.nintinnl hrnVa In with doing Christum shines more brightly than ward with a flask In his hand. Hefe you soon double your carnluR power, and learn to enjoy SYNOPSIS. liirn rnmmnnJ to hit men. reanother, according to the place be "Give him thlsl" superior manner. things in a "Quick, lead us to him. Captain College Course? Then Uho serves for Christ In his life and the The touch of llauor to Obadlah' the aloOD TV' Aro you desiring the next best thing to a ....... v.thahl.l Plumnnnf Heaver lslahd Plum! If he's not dead" wbliperea character of life he lives. He lips revived him. two years or three years In Uie off at a half run ueaiue Obadlah iironc'hnld of tlie Mormons. He started D"n- - Tw0 We have tho iiosltlve Injunction that weakly: GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE. Francis E. Matheny, Price, Mormon councilor. confronts him. Nathaniel. or- . for (rlla film he l eipected. and "The children. Nat I tried to nna- Christians are to do everything In years, or three years, in such practical s.ud.e. as will fit you for a mess If ne is: Lord, It's n pretty lha ammunition aboard Ilia toeluop. them and years after I did In Nau- their power Io secure that their light able and useful life, ton select your muuics d'llvrr olmn blmla Nt by breathlessly. whuuui prfldrnt of science or goverm.iem. trkR( to Knuiklln IMerc.Trlce'a cabin he added called back over his shoul voo. The man and woman who had shine us brightly I as possible. position ology-t- ho science of health; ClvlcB-- Ihe pausing he ?lii Unltd BlalM. sc ienre of tlgh Kthlco-t- ho to do hla by the ; the father In their own of n. youne speech and lha frllilnd face v.i who dHappara In the aarhnwa. der: "Regan, fall out and return io killedtaken them and were raising house weWe areup. A lamp on the floor will -t- he art of correct sary them take woman had for politics, law and general inte lllgemo. and wrong: History-necesol lllaca. It dvlopi that the ship. Tell the captain that Oba- na Iravlna- an odor thfir own. I went mad! Ven- - not give as much light ns whenChris lt.ttorivnrpftfiftrv for the uocior ami imtrit:Biiii& Nafa vlilt lo tha Uland U to demand tel. dlah Price Is badly wounded and that from tb celling. The reance vengeance I lived for a we want tho surgeon on the run. science of machinery; Drawing, Hookkeeplng, etc., etc. Mormona. Inr of Ida aloop bypalac. and Trice alio a year after year. I washed tho chlV tian position is the most exalted one tho ii ,. n.i.i, in uronnri in enter College? Start in tho throurti A turn In the path brought them to Nat the klnifa ib All civilization would bt In the world. E. Matheny, the lady of the lllaca. window ha oncnlng where tho fight had oc dren but If I took them all BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis II story. Tho la the lln"a avnth wife, who l'rlce aay iiinr-- i omce Nat la warnrd tha Christianity caused by I followed them, watched them, Science and ..in.. n,i curred. Marlon was on her knees be- lost. them and they loved me. 1 Dean. Meat training in Mathematics, Languages, All learning that has ever Uenentea loved and Men's Dormitory, nnd a large body Academy has Its own 8do the M councilor. r" yH7rancWp..Sn:ion'dlnn my venbeen fostered by aDd ubo of ColNathaniel hurried ahead of the lieu would wait wait untiltho hand of the race has or students of high character and ability, able instructors, ha heare wai a inevance nu VIumii I tenant and bis men. The girl glanced geance would Ifall like free them, and (a betna; publlolr whipped, and the kin lege Library nnd apparatus.. The fact that we are Christians would pur-.- . Arbor Croche. ordera the ahertff.iwn men. I'lum toleurna .... ui him and hla heart filled wun (iod, nnd then vim tho their motner should give us more pleasure than tell them how beautiful at the terror In her eyes. the alrl of the lllaca. la that Marlon, Tha two men plan to eaeape dread hn dead?" was. When Joseph Smith was killed anything. We are not only individual la Nell'a alauraloop folMarlon and Christians, but we are members of and take on Nafa NTn hut " Her voice trembled and the Bpllt came tho old folks M't. ..i.n. iimifliier of Arbor Croche. society, and what affects society lowed Strang and I I, too " school under Wamaxv-nrenieNell. Nat Jlffov'" tlh tears. and aweetheart la of The College Itself stands apart from all the other known In thoSouU.. us and vice era. aone. Marlon He rested a moment, breathing tha aloup highest standards ber nnun. that Nathaniel did not let ' an has long maintained the hla ahlp haa been aelied by the We shine by the character we form. former t Mm to leave the taland. Gently ho raUed her to her feet as heavily. standards we havo diminished uh. her I brought my Jean with roe ana Character is the most Important thing T o co. form o tho Carnegie elective studies with opportunity oj.r euncentnUo that riothtn ta can aave mar-U- . the lieutenant camo up. telllnr him l,,ulr,d and doomed to Blranc. whom ravlna; mad. llecir.-In the world. We may have great on the hill th frommum flnda l'rlceaha in Kentucky, mboraionc You must go to tho cabin, sweet burled her up there in narUcular lines. largest collego iiurary middle grave. Nat. the middle grav- e- wealth, but If we have not a wealth ertnr. he tella Nat that Btranr la doome.1, heart." ho whlaporod. leading to the degrees of A. D., on the armed men are deacndlnrhaa been of character we are poor Indeed. We equipped for student practice. Courses that Kvrn In this moment of excitement Marion's mother." that Uland. Natmleeme raalle Marlon by Blranc. Nat Nathaniel pressed the liquor to the may have nil the polish society can S" m15iS(S ing il,. bis great love drove all else bice Culture, Piano, Theory . Rcd Organ. give us, but If we have not a brilliant till. Arbor Croche. and after a deeperute and death eyes, and the blood surged old man's lips again. lilm for dead from his kins, leave IfeJI. ma The take., for special fee. In connection with work la an, of the,. flaht with the i,o. rmm the mainland de. I was character we fhlne very jioorly. The My vengeance was at hand !..L- .Vinda on Bt. Jamea. Nell and Nat take almost ready when Strang learned a world Is demanding character as never aboe schools. lp the battle and the latter la part of the secret," he continued wltn bofore. To tay nothing or religion. "ounde.J. Htranic. whom Nat thought lie " had killed, orders rum innin an effort. "He found the old people the world at lurge demands that a nc were murderers. When Marion would man bo possessed of a good character overhear the Mormon Jury decld the thltr fate. A brll-Jailer brinra not become his wife be told her what If he should hold a position in their . r WlnninmM ana Manon ij. n,Mr,r,c vlih llo arMlntNl n .. they bad done. He showed her the nffectlons. It Is so In business, nnd the two men are taken ilound and Berea, Friend of working oiuaeme. xrcicu vui.tbv, r.. aea In ft boat. Thev are left to tvldcnre! He threatened them with becoming more and more o In pol Institution. It requires certain feen, but money-makin" achools U not a iSffer the atraisht death " n his wire, itics. Eloquence ban charmed Its milstudeath unless Marlon became Jut rcued by expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its eectlon of the roast men nroaa they had Ills sheriffs watched them night and lions, but there Is no eloquence quite it coBt, and arranging for studcnlB riven tip hoie the vvii,n.nme. Nat faliiU, and life. Some dents, giving highest advantages at lowest He named the hour or tneir co powerful ns a good man's day save In every way. when he renera Marlon la cone lie doom unleca Marion yielded to nira. men are remembered because ol tneir to earn and to protect turn to lltaver laianu io uu . eloquence, but if there Is also strong OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations come And to (nve thein. her supposed , par-..tioin .i XII. Continued.) and reputation of the young people. Our studentB (CHAPTER tho character ents to keep the terriuie kouuuio manhood they nre all the more For any who may the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. extra charge. crime from Nell Marlon-- was of their he "I have como back for you: the brilliance of our be sirk the Collego provides doctor and nurse without We Increab going to sacrifice herself Collogo buildings, and tirrathed. All except those with parents In Herca llvo In " lives by the effort we put forth for the when receiving valuable train-in- g Sb shuddered against his brtatt, stopped. His breath was conversion of others. 'Tls here that assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, Araln he Kxcept in win--, and he raised her face between his and getting pay according to the value of their labor. many Christians exhibit practical selfcomluc more faintly. two hands and kissed hor until she value their ter'it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their 1 understand," whispered ramon- ishness or else they do not dn.w away from him. crying sofliy. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employmt-nreligion very highly. If It Is what we lel. "I understand etc., vary "You must wait jou must wait! PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, ntmrilnh'a dlmmlnc eyes gated at claim for it then we should deBire it climate 1b the bent, lio saw now In her face un agony for all people. with different people. Uerea favors plain clothing. Ourweather, warm wrap, him steadily. that appalled hlra. Ho would have would There is a negative side to this ques but as students must attend classes regardlesB of tho I thought my vengeance .,.n in hor araln. but there cauie aro necessary. The "I have come bsck for youl come In time to aave her, :at. liui tion. We should remove everything and underclothing, umbrella and overshoeswork uniforms, umbrellaB and and re inml yolces from the forest, i books, toilet articles, way that tends either to obscure or hldo Store furnishes I knew of one other covering his pistol he spraug to the (.in Marlnn'a nnlR clieeKB as mo It failed. all seemed lost I took It. our light, or which so affects it ns to other necessary articles at cost. He led and when no rent Half a hundred paces away tremblingly gave her hand. door. rather LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College ask i..,- - ,n ii,.. door nml held her for a killed the old people the murderers make It suggestive of ourselves only enough tooin were Obadlah and the king's sheriffs nf hi.r fnther of my Jean! I knew than of God. It is usually the small for the line buildings In which students live, charging bedding and They had stopped anda. tho councilor I moment In his urms A effectively. aa. ...Sal. it... rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of said softly. In that would destroy Strang's powe- r- things that hide most Strnnr .. dead." bo k. was expostulating excueuiy wiuj iu . once lighted his towels. For tdble board, without coffee or extras, 1.35 a week, in the fall, .. .i.a uu ...IitiI litiit n sudden spasm of strength he lighthouse keeper In .uv m.n nvlilintlv trying to keep them a few worus no lorn washing of bidto theuoor, lifted bis bead Ills voice camo In a welltrlmmed lamps. A few hours and $l.r.O iu winter. For furnished room, with fuel, light., from the cubln. Suddenly one of tho happened and turned back later he was notified that bis light ding. 10 to CO cents for each person. hoarse, excited whisper. speechless. guarantee lor three broke past bttn and ran swift- leaving her dying you will ten m SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as "You won't tell Marlon you wont was out. On examination it was found If be Is ly toward the open door, and with a that thousands of tiny Insects bad return of room key. library hooks, etc. This is paid but once, and is returned tell Marlon that I killed them the sbo called after him. shriek of warning to Nathaniel covered the lamp. Surrounding some when the student departs. "No never." "Yes. yes, I will tell you.' old councilor drew a rlstol and fired school buildObadlah fell back with a relieved of us there Is such a cloud of sin till back Into tho opening. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for cure of Ho rau .mint blank In tho sheriff's back. In the light If there be any cannot shine ings hospital, library', etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or trvlce.B of had doubled his coat slch. After a moment ho added Tho lieutenant hnotber lustant the two men behind ana his lace In a chest In the cabin there is a through. our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most teachers-- all flnd nnd Obadlah fell forward imd..r (llindlnh's bead up Wo should keep ourselves clean of at Natbanl letter for Marlon. It tells her about a term, JC.00 In Academy and Normal, nnd ?..00 In was tialo as ho looked etudents Is n non his face. practical Inconsistencies. Inconplate courses. rage Nathaniel leaped el. Tho latter saw In his eyes what her mother and tho gold there ll all With a yell of sistency is Impenetrable. We should uml roum rent by The officer held for her and Nell" PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee from the door. He heard Marlon cry his litis Kent silent. Many people display. His eyes closed. A shudder passed avoid ull self board by the half term. Installments nre as follows: fighting blood something In bis hand. It was the term, out bis name, but his who profess to be Christians seem to the which Cnptaln through his form. Vocational was stirred nnd he did not stop. Oba mysterious package Academy think it Is there first business to tell nnd Foundation he brenthed. "Marlon! had tuken bis oatn to ueiiver io "Marlon" dlah had given up his life for hlra. Plum Christian Collete. School, United Mates and Normal. Nathaniel rose to his feet and ran people of It. If you are a your nearFALL TERM tor Marlon, and ho was mad with a the president of thountil the surgeon no one knows It better than $ 7.0 $ COO I don't dare move .. ; coo to tbo cabin door. Incidental Fee to wreak vengeance upon the deslro i 7.00 est neighbor. It Is not your preroga7.00 said tlie ueuiviiuui. .ii ... B.C0 "Marlon!" be called, Tho first man lay where comes. murderers. Room U.4.1 9.45 Dllnding tears shut out the visloa tive to glorify yourself, but God. The Hoard, 7 weeks ... 9.4 .'i fallen, with Obadlah's bullet wants to speak to you. I believe, h bo had style In writing Is that most other two fired he has anything to say you had better of the girl from bis eyes. Ho pointed, simpleattractive through bis back. The style which lends one to think knowing $23.45 $22.45 J2U.U.r. Nathaniel rushed down upon hear It now eyes opened as Nathaniel looking from her, nnd nhe, Atuuunt due Sept. 1", 1911 4 agalu 9.45 9.45 Obadlah's 9.43 , one of what he meant, sped past him to th of the subject matter rather than the W ihetn. llo heard tho lip of Hoard 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911. style of the author. and from between old councilor. the balli. which came ko tloo that knelt besldo blm efSo the most beautiful and most $32.90 $31.90 hla thin lips there came faintly the J29.50 In the great low room In which ObaIt atunr his cheek. Total for term life Is tbat one which $32.40 old. rurcllne chuckle, $31.40 dlah Price had spent so many yean fective Christian '$29.00 "TkUii that!" he cried. If paid In advance "Nat!" ho breathed. His thin hand rlannlPE his vengeance Captain Plum leads people to think not so much of He fired, still running once, twice. WINTER TERM rlung to It waited. the person, but of the Christ that is $ 7.00 $ 6.00 .1.00 and one of the two men sought bis companion's and three time Incidental Fee. being Ihed. ven I won. 7.20 7.20 C.l)0 After a time, the girl camo back. crumpled down as though a powerful iiLinlv. "Wo - have come!" he Room 9.00 9.00 9.U0 There was great pain In her volca hlnw had broken hla legs under him, iteaucu of Ood has 0 weeks lloaid, The Spirit of Meekness. In thevo last moments all madness as rhe stretched out her nrma to him Thu other two turned Into the path You should mute a special point cf linil- - left tho eyes of Obadlah Price. $23.20 $22.20 blindly, cobbing his name. $20.00 and rnn. Nathnulcl caught a gllmpue Amount due Jan. ". 191'J every morning to give you. he whispered. I want to tell you 9.00 9.00 9.00 "Gone gone they're all gone now asking Ood of a frightened, boyish face, and some Feb. 14. 19Hi. " havo given Hoard C weeks, due before nil else, that true spirit of but Nell!" thing of mercy prompted hlra to hold and Nathaniel bent low. which he would huve his package. It Is evidence 1 have meekness $32.20 $31.20 Nathaniel held cut his arms. $29.00 ho shot he was about to send through him the -Total for term children possess. You must also make gathered all theso years-- to destroy $31.70 l "Only Nell." bo cried, "only Noll $30.70 his lungs $28.50 in advance to practice yourself kingdom." If paid firm resolution the Monnon Mnrlon ?" Ston!" he shouted. "Stop! SPRING TERM In this virtue, especially iu your inter For a few moments he scemeu $ 7.M $ f..C0 "And you you you " $ r..oo He ulraed at the fugitive's leis nnd persons to whom Incidental Fee his all those atruggllng to command mo r..(o Her arms were around his nrck, h course withowe it. You must mako It 4,00 fired. chiefly strength. Koom t.75 held her throbbing against his breast you C.75 "Slon! C.75 . your main object to conquer yourself Hoard. 5 weeks "A good many years ago," be said, "And you" Tho boyish sheriff was leuglbenlnc iu this matter; call It to mind a hun If speaking to himself, "I loved a She raUed her face, glorious In IU $17.75 , $l.75 tho distance between them and Na- as . $l.".7f Murlon, and she loved mo dred times during tbo day, commendAmount due March 27. 1912 C.75 C.75 thaniel halted to make sure :f his grlllko loves you. Her people were love. 0.75 . .1 weekH. due May 1, 1912. ing your efforts to God. It BeeniB to Hoaid "If you want me still." last ball. Ho was abo-i- t to shci' then as Marion and they went to Klrtland no more than this is needed me that Mormons, And he whispered: $2f..r.f 24XO there camo a sharp comnmnu irora nnd 1 followed them. Wo planned to . $22.f.O in order to subject your soul entirely Total for term tile of men "Kor cut and for ever!" $25.00 down the path nnd 524.00 my Jean wbb . $22.00 to his will, and then you will become If paid in advance. running at louble-qulc- escape and go east, for JTllK KNU. burst into view, bt uutlful, and hated tho Mormore gentlo day by day. trusting wholHo saw tbo flash of a susr. good nnd You will bo very ly In his goodness. bluu mons as I haied them. Hut they the gleam of brass buttons, the As to the Frank. they thought happy, my dearest child. If you can caught us and gluro of tho setting sun ou leveled to a dlscustlon of the franking prlr this, for God will dwell In your turbines, .nd ho slopped, sliouldei to killed" man's lips twitched and a liege Senator Moniy. the leader of thi do young man or young woman enn get an education at old heart; and where he reigns all Is Tho Any alth th( man na bad been Is i peace. minority, nitr.arkolr "Tho frank shoulder Hut If you should full and shook his body. shudder pursuing. Tor a moment he staei convulsive ever)thiug camo back to mo great prlvlleae." Ho went on to ex- commit some of your old faults, do not ner?t !i "When 4ras tho man with tho naked Babef In the older." ho went patlato, but hat he said was lost in be disheartened, but rise up and go on much TsU.d y. Many young people waste lime Then he sprang fownid him I was older was white. I wub like tho remark or a gnnery occupant. aguin, as though you bad not fallen. Improving muf h faU. "an on. "My half the lime things, when they might be with u Joyful cry of recog&HI who got In with tho statement thai Frauds do Sales. coming io llerea and starting In on new studies with some ot thg au old man. My ptople had found ino uv "bhtriy Lieutenant Bhv'd" ins". is to help to get men back and liiey voln. mo tbut 1 bad been mad "the frank young men and women from other counties and States. tb vk.i 'rwv met" Love Your Enemies. ttri, Nut Uiud mad to congress." When ono observes seni for tbm Make your plans to come September 13th. .Wenant had dropped the great euigeon hud quantities of documents being Secretary. hat The cull from the gscut teacher to For Information or friendly advlco write to the ... s from the national ......l. .t hla lilllllT. . lie ni'VMJl'O l . uiutl! out under frank tou;su oiie.atel ol Jiy ntd. Afhere Ibey cup'tal he Is Inclined fo ngree w1tl love even eneinlcB Ib reully n cull to filled vi'l ttup. hU face struct: mo dot jrought me back to get acquainted with folks us they realment- ih mnn whu ;nad that luiematni.-li- L ly are. Rev. A. G. 8lurgen, Congrefa .sedulously. "1'lumV Ha died tJUl 6uu. . tionullst. Proldence. uiiusvii, I raic U jOaT" In my madness I becamt In hope ol a Mormon, for venRcanc finding her 1 was rich and b cam. Jsped iowMui. I was made an elder be-1 I e . . f i. in" ittiennii inn iieuieu, I luuiu ui i.j nM Then. - found1 avu .ww A moan trembled on the old man's our orucra i" icvuu. I "Wn .... ... rot in "Arrpat Rtranr. Hdb, aay mini J u " ,., , 7. Vl had forcmt her to marry "- -- .J l.rnnk lin ino MOrmuil niURUumi ... . i.a Mldhl. the ion of a Mormon WC-fgot 1 ..I I " moment hli -- iii , . rla?p,1 Kan. HUlm here dead. , .. I ptpi o r r ill i u uiiiua, ",iih Uhndows of death. He roused ti!melf ..77.. urk tiT one t,i un man a a wn were bringing- almost fiercely. "Hut ho loved my Jean, Nat he .... .h. i.nr.w. Tho fellow who ... up, . "fhlra has Given nimsou .. u I A V,... ... ., loved her nnd be. was . . killed f 1- ..L no wuiopcicu saye, tbat he did It became mrans; a good roani day before Oulck aulck 1 must tell you they tmd him publicly whipped escape from Musouri ana vpnterilav. I'm up hero minting i"' bad tried to and Joiepk a mnn named Obadlah Price. Vo you the Danltes killed him at the last Smith wanted Jean and bnnw " to save her she killed "What do you want with Obadlah moment as Marion herself going t-owas honor Price?" and sho left two children" The prcitdent of the United States do.He coughed and blood flcckod hi wants hlra. That's alt 1 know. Where settlement he hell of a -" Christians as Shin- ing Lights Dy BEREA Five Great Schools Under ne Management REV. flllif Waihln(Ua Af . rtelbealtl Church. II. M. TIMMONS Bnrtaa.la. ..i tf ." - I --- TKXT Y are the light of the world. Matthew i. K. FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What are Your Talents? What nre Your Jlims? Bcrea Has the Training That is Best For YOU. Then enter tho -.- fe . .. - One of the grentest utterance", of any age Is the sermon on the mount. mere It was stioken Io the disciples, Is nothing In It directly addressed to """.". the unsaed. .....J - 1 text-book- cuu-datlo- 1 lfcUe-Marrl- ;. bar-ln- a n - Nr oh letter-wrlllng- d ar class-room- s Berea College. Mor-lir- b a """-( Questions Answered -- j...... aed r- -- 1 ,d , ' , Plan Now, Gome September 13th able-bodie- ?r rrf I Ul f Z:, --. Will 6. Gamble, berea, ky. Page Eight. nononononooononooonoonononononoonononononononog o THE CITIZEN. bnvo como to us In tho Boarding Hall with the Introduction of steam heat ml electric light. By Uio removal rf all basement furnnceg wo havo gained spaco for two large new airy dining rooms with a capacity of 324, Tho capacity of the kitchen has been nearly doubled, and a large cold stor- ago room with a tempcrnturo of degrees will shortly bo Installed under tho South Annex. Hero several carcasses of beef and barrels of fish, butter, etc., may bo stored, nnd, In a room of slightly higher tempera turo, barrels of vegetables and fruits which will be ordered In quantity lots from tho south. Thus tho menu may bo greatly varied at no greater A commo cost to tho institution. dlous green house Is being plaunnl for tho fuller development of our 'jo tuny and agricultural classes. Prom this wo hope to supply each dining tablo with soma fresh growing June 8, NEWS OF 19 11 . HAS NO SUBSTITUTE East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else m no tortfipondMCe jobllibci nlm titled la full ty Ue wrlttt. lrt an orMenco ol rood Ultb.' Write Ulnty. It t lor publication, THE WEEK IN OUR OWN STATE A President In Chlcsjco Lorlmer Case After the Reform School Split? Reopened Is There TAPT IN CHICAGO President Taft Journeyed to Chlca-- f o to dellvor an address on tho night of Juno 3rd. Ho found that tho bent way to influence Congress Is to build public sentiment in favor of his meao sures at a distance. Ho wns In as an advocate of reciprocity nnd showed to tho satisfaction of his hearers nnd to the country at largo that It Is not tho farmer that Is opreciprocity but tho lumber posing trust and American manufacturers of print paper. Chi-cng- Hot ot OHOHOOllOllOHOHOOHOIlOHOHOOOJOHOJOJ0IOIOjOJlO10iOHOHol .Mr. anil Mrs. Braudrlek of Indiana TAn.TTRnW fiOTTNTY havo been tho guests of their grand KICltllV KNOll aro father, Charllo Baker, tho past week. Knob. Juno doing poorly on account of dry wea Go to M. D. Settle, Big Hill, for ther. Sunday school is progressing fine shoes. Good flour and all kinds Nicely hero, every Sunday at 10 n of groceries at bottom prices. m inhn nnd Charllo Hosklns of MIddlctown, Ohio, aro visiting friends The College Year und relatives here. They will stay out until after tho commencement (Continued from fifth t'Rf.) Frank Jones of Red Lick visited his sister. Mrs. Walter Williams, the class room. A great many girls Saturday night. Thero will bo sing have been In tlieso classes this year, ir.g at Oak Grovo on Friday night a great many moro ought to have hefore tho fourth Sunday and also been In them. No girl should leave Koachlng, Sunday night, Mrs. Will school without taking advantage Tlanory and children who have been of this opportunity. Every teacher visiting her father, D. M. Click, lor r.rcds the course, for tho tlmo is soon subjects will when theso Eomo time, will visit at Berca for a coming public schools. few weeks. Walter Click who has bo taught In all of our Realizing "tho mission len In Indianapolis for a few weeks ideal womanthat to make the of tho whole is writes back that Up likes tho placo home-like,- " Berca is more and Is much satisfied. Grandma Gay-ha- norld moro who has been sick all summer le and more teaching tho subject Of some. Mrs. Lucy Baker practical usefulness in the home. Improving No day will ever bo icrueraberod and children and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Williams of Round Hill visited their with greater pleasure by any girl parents from Sunday till Wednesday. than the day when sho entered the Model Cottage with Miss Morrow. TYNEB The continued Tyner, Juno 2. SUMMER SCHOOL di ought is doing considerable damage For several years thero has beeu a to growing crops, especially oats and Crowing demand for study In Heron young grass. Mr. and Mrs. Goergo during tho summer vacation. Tho ColSeticr have returned to their homo lege, however, has never teen fit to la Hamilton, Ohio. Died, May ISth, inaugurate a summer school. This year iirs. Martha Dunlgan of catarrh of tho demand has greatly increased the lungs. Sho leaves a husband, and tho work will bo undertaken unseveral children and a host of friends der tho ausplcles of the College. to mourn her loss. Her remains wore Courses will bo offered In Latin, Gerlaid to rest In a beautiful pino grovo man, Mathematics, English and Hison her husband's farm. Roy Moore tory. hac gono to Viva to bring his sister The courses offer advantages for Fay, home. Sho has been staying Academic study to two classes of with her cousin, Mrs. Slmpton for peoplo: the past four months. Mrs. G. W. First, to those who can be in Mooro Is sick. G. W. Mooro an old school only during tho winter and vetoran soldier has rocclTod a throe spring terms. This arrangement will Increase on his war claim. dollar W. M. Creech is confined to his Harvey room with diseased eyes. Mooro killed a blue crane that was five foct and four Inches high and rix feet and six Inches from tip to tip. The Rev. Jim Anderson of Conk-K-n filled his-- regular appointment at Flat Lick, Saturday und Sunday. " W. K. Jones bought a mule from bis brother, Fred, for $200. W. It. Reynolds lost a fine inulo colt a few days ago, Most everybody In this vicinity is up with the times, having their corn out of tho first weeds. Kt-rhrt m ROCKCASTLE COUNTY AVI PROF. SEALE con-t:nu- enable them to complete a part of thp year's work which may bo after tho Christmas holidays. Second, to thoso who aro In any way Irregular in their course. Th!j Is practically tho only way to rnako tip deficiencies and thus meet tho College, Academy and Normal requirements for regularity in courses. Vacation is the school's greatest sour co of loss. For many years tho butinet.s world lias declared that schools do not utilequipment to tho be.it ize their advantage and that the student does not use his time in the most profitable way. Thero is too much waste. Wo have 30 weeks of school 1G woeks nnd vacation almost d of our tlmo spent in vacation. While tho business man's vacation Is 4 weeks at most. This long vacation allows the stuCLIMAX dent to loso connection with and inClimax, June 2. Geo. Thacker has terest in education and we aro Juit nearly completed his new dwelling. waking up to tho fact that if wo Hardin Mooro and P. M. Sexton would hold our students wo must vent to Livingston, fishing, last Tues- conduct our schools for a longer term. day, returning Wednesday with good Tho cry over tho country Is for 14 results. A large rattlesnake appear- or 4S weeks of school. ed at tho door of D. G. Rector's and In tho future this demand will be tavo Mrs. Susie and little Cecil qulto met by Berea. a fright, but got away beforo help Blessings Accumulating could arrive. Otto Penal aud G. T. Tho paramount thought with all Rector from Klrksvillo visited Isaac of tho Collego workers is now, as Rector last Wednesday and Thurs tho "greater comfort and happiday. Lack of rain is doing sorao Jam eer, ness" of tho boys and girls who sharo Noxt Sunday is tho il go to crops. family privileges of the school. A regular church meeting day at tho tho thot on tho part of tho older pupils Baptist church at old Brush Crook. and workers instinctively calls for GARRARD COUNTY tho song "Count your many blessTAINT LICK. ings." Probably tho greatest slnglo Faint Lick, Juno 4. Mrs. Jano blessing In all our work whero clea'i-lliicWard died at her home. May 23rd, forms such an Impoitant part of consumption. Sho leaves a husband, of our Instruction is our water supfather, two sisters and two brothers ply, thanks to our good friend Or. besides a host of friends to mourn Pearsons. A break In tho water main her loss. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith last year for four hours und tha wcro tho guests of II. L. Stowo and thereby occassioned family last Saturday night. Dry quickened our appreciation of this weather has damaged grasa aud small perennial blessing. grain badly. Chester Dlanton was Tho Boarding Hall occupies much the guest of his sister, Mrs. Mary of our thought, and energy. Visitors Gabbard, last Saturday night. To- nnd students allko nro amazed at bacco beds have burned up here and tho variety and general good quality people aro planting tobacco ground of food supplied for tho insignificant in corn. G. E. Brockmati nnd famN prlco of 6 cents per meal. This )y were visitors at G. B. Gabbard' fact is mado possible only thru most lust Sunday. Frank Croutcher of careful buying, and subsequent good Rockcastlo visited relatives at this management on tho part of our placo last Sunday. Willie Gahbard worthy matron. Steam tables are and family, Wesley VauWIuklo and now being placed at tho entrance to family, "Mr. Towery and family ull dining rooms so that food may ho took dinner at tho Tar Spring last served hot, and thus kept moro palatSunday and had a delightful time. able. Much comfort and good cheer Wildie, June 5. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Coffey of Brodhcad visited Mr. and Mrs. A. Reynolds, Sunday. Mrs. H. S. Coffey Is sick. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coffey visited friends at Conway, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Richard last Rrannaman was In Richmond week. Miss Ella Nash lias return-p- a to her homo at Bcrea after an extended visit with friends here. Ely Coffey Is very sick. Mrs. Garret McGulro died at her home, May 20th, of that dreadful disease, She leaves a husband, one brother and a host of friends to mourn her loss. Mrs. W. A. Cofoy who has been sick for some time lb Marlco Philips slowly improving. who is in school at Berca was with home folks, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. L. G. Reynolds and daughter, Ethel, are in Richmond this week. ono-thlrss LIU E AFTER REFORM SCHOOL Inspector Todd, wlioito report on the conditions of public schools and their officers In certain counties created qulto n stir last week, has reported to tho Governor this week on the at condition of tho reform school Lexington. From tho data given It Is plainly evident that tho reform rcformlujr. Superinneeds school tendent Donk is commended for his ffflclonry but thero seouii to U a trupcrflulty of officers and officers' quarters but poor accommodations REOPEN LOIUMER CASK lavish expenditure for thu Inmate By almost unanimous action, tho of money for accommodation of ofSciinto last Saturday ordered a thor- ficers but nono to spend to relieve Investiga- tho crowded condition of the inmates. ough and comprehensive plant thus encouraging gentle rival A tion of all tho facts surrounding tho 8 UN DA V ry in table decoration. Our dorml Tha only baking aowdmr election of William Lorlmer to a Elsewhere HOTthis Issue wo havo In mama from Royal Oram seat In tho Senate. The committee on spoken of the Intense heat In Berea, lories havo received tho greatest at' tentlon during tho past two years, Oraam of Tartar Privileges and Elections Is tho agent Sunday. Tho record In ioxlngtoii w.vs Pearsons Halt having been built and NO ALUM.N0 LIME PHOSPHATE chosen by thu body to carry out Its within two degrees of tho highest Howard Hall completely overhauled. will. Some of those voting for ever for Juno In that city, 38 degrees, , Great attention has beeu given to lillo Louisville recorded one hun-'- l CJlturo, reveals sorao interesting facg. I tuer In tho recent whitewash havo beautifying tho groundf tho sward changed and now vote for a tired In the shade, Hie highest with- - 0 First, tho common red clover did in front of tho Library serves as a tng of tho rase. In thlrty-nlnyears. Tho weather dully object lesson of possibilities. uot II vo through tho winter, while I tireau WISH FATHER TO THOUGHT at Washington promise no tho Alslko clover lived and has grown Many young trees havo been planted, Much has been mado of the dif- lelief for a week, but notwithstanding fine. Wo should greatly incrcaso the old brier hedges havo been u so of Alslko clover and decrease iho ference In tho Democratic caucus of thnt fact the ruin Monday evenlug did and tottering weather beaten fencs llouso members In Washington as bring relief nnd great relief. havo been whitewashed. The artis- use of tho red. to tho tariff on wool. There Is snl.l Second, the fall meadow oats glass planted will now hedges tic to bo a Bryan faction and an Under-woo- d 1 uly givo to Ladles great events and speakers, Dr. Hall that has outgrown all others. It shows a soon faction, tho Bryan followers beautiful feminine seclusion which wc stand about twice as heavy as any udvocating free wool while Chairman Thomas Green, Montnvlllo Mowers, havo all so greatly desired. In this other variety. It must be pastured linderwocnl asks for a 5U per cut William J. llryali, C'apt. Richmond P. cloister garden flowers and shrub shorter than any other grass, If it t eduction on tho tax, claiming that Iloliiton, Dru. Paulson and Stuckey, bery will be planted in profusion. ts to bo kept tender, and, If It Is If tho tariff Is entirely removed it I'ackard the cartoonist and Gov. Will-so- n form a group of great names thnt Six now tennis courts and as many to bo used for hay, It must be cut would affect too seriously tho revewill, for years to come, biing to our croquet grounds with greatly !n-- earlier than many other grasses. nues of tho country and prove disasThird, tho Italian Ryo and Brom gymnasium equipment aro cased And minds the history, literature, bnaltli trous to tho party's interest. ine grass havo Btood tho dry weather WHirces of dally delight to our stuI'nderwood's policy was adopt) tl by talks, and amusement they afforded belter than tho common red top und dents, both girls and bos. ti. It Is a real enrichment to bare tho caucus. listened to and seen therm men. Capt. with Boone Tavern her llberil orchard grass. Tho College has cit llobson'B orntory, his graceful rates and comfortable service Is giv- about 40 acres of this mixed hay, I. 111. Mario Crosby Babcock, Ellza-lct- h ing inestimable comfort to parents which has proven to bo much better and noble expression mado a Marsh, Martha Emily Sproule. than tho averago crop fur tho sea deep Impression ujiou us, whlto Flow of students, and visiting friends. son. Bachelor of Literature. ers rendering of Dickens' Christmas Paints for the Farmer George Wooler Clark, Jonas Flan-do- r Carol Is n iermaiiciit, joyful memory. Perhaps tho most Interesting sight Dolch, Viola Frances Click, Fern Wo all need to remember tho talks Wo aro very frank to admit tint for the farmer in Berea today Is about health, clennllnesn, purity and scientific agriculture ha? as yet, tho Collego garden. Hero Mr. Mill- - Myrtle Slnkey. sensible living which tho doctors gave found no way to control the weather. iett with bis many years of experFour Year Normal. Many of our moro interesting expert- - ience and scientific study together Anderson, u, and to look forward with pleasant Charles Breckenrldgo .lth tho mountain water, has suc Charles Claud Anderson, William anticipation to tho next soason's ceeded in producing a good garden. Jesse Dalrd, Jerome Folger Eastham, (ourse of these good things. Too hot beds havo produced a laro I'aac Hacker, Churles Evans Maggard, GRADUATING EXERCISES OF THE supply of tho best plants. Visitors famuol Martin Mayfield, James Richmight spend n half hour very profit ard Randall, Beside Cleo DeBord, Or.i ACADEMY ably talking gardening with a real Myrtle Starns, Luella Hosklns Maggaidner. The Academy graduating exorrl.vs gard. In tho Horticulture room In No. were held In the chapel, Saturday Three Year Normal. , Industrial will bo found exhlblu evening, tho 3rd. Tho program was Georgo Washington Cooikt, Anof tho work that is being done in unusually long but exceedingly intermr agricultural classes. Twenty boys drew Jackson Creech, John Farmer, esting throughout, each member of Frye, Ephralm Craddock Tiiomns ir tho farmers courso and nearly 300 tho class being on the piogram for an In tho Foundation School havo been lAonard Meecc, Henry William Short, oration, nti essay or music Mary Ellen taking lessons In practical agricul- llla Mny Cornelius, Thu program wan a marked one In ture. Next year tho work in agricul- Eversolo, Etta Webster Hudson, Edith that each number tdgnlficd something. ture will bo Increased, ho that a Mary. Johns, Isabella Williams. Tho subjects seemed to havo repreAcademy Four Years. young man In the Farmers Course sented tho chief thought or tho ideal will spend ono hall of his time on John Pnul Pagan, Lucy Harriet Mt for the lira of tho individual repgrlculture. Wo expect to havo a Holllday. resenting it. And ProKhlent Front in ;reenhouso and to make the work giving tho official greetings at thu Academy Three Years. as practical as iosslblc. Ono of our Charles close of tho evening, nddivsslug tho Robert Adams, Holman own graduates will study agriculture class, wild, "You aro our people loClaude Anderson, Leonard II. n tho University of Tennessee, this Carrol Crow Uatsou, Sowell calise you think tho things wo think, summer, and assist in the teaching Stanley Combs, Waldo Burton lavi-ho- for theso aro our subji-cts.F. O. CLARK next year. Never have wo seen n finer clans James Harlan Muutz, Carter ments on tho College farm nnd garGive us a call at No. 37 any time. Dwight llayii's (.raduatlng from nn Academy and nevRobinson, Boston den havo been greatly Injured by tho Wlllett. Gettlo Merrill Heein, Marga- er havo we neurit so many athlreses, Graduates, 1911 try weather. Tho experiment with tho ordinary; all meaning ret ICastland Dlzncy, Artie Amanda ull Bachelor of Science. grasses on tho public square, which something. Tho College will bo honGamble, Ladd Hownrd Charles Porter, Cnrrlo Spauglcr, Mario Roso ored by having such young has been carried on under tho direcmen and Steger, Gortrudo May Collette. tion of tho U. S. Department of Agrt- - Bradley Llndsloy, Tracy Emorson Ttit :ung women Its representatives in Academy Two Years. tho vnrlouH walks of llfo. Flynn, Wolford Taylor Strode Itolfo Johnson. THE FOUNDATION SCHOOLS Agriculture. Tombstones and Corner Posts for lots call upon Tho name of tho grade tins Burt Johnson, Gordon Bennett Hani mond, John Gilbert Evuns, Adriance been changed from thnt of Mod?l Schools to Foundation Schools. The) .Stockholm Baldwin. schools gave their graduating exerBusiness. cises, Friday afternoon, Juno socond. Alexnndor Creech, Benjamin Frank- I'lghty-nlubo)s nnd girls of tho lin Creech, Elizabeth Miltlo Cooper, eighth grade received certificate' J. Gglnn, Margaret Tell-th- a Susie Rebecca I.ouen, Ora Myrtle Sturus. Home Science. Evertolo, Hanuah Jean Amanda Harper. Luella Hosklns Magnard, jmIh Olive May Phillips, Marlon Swain. Nursing. Serena Ellen Korhy, Esther Fron-l- a Merry, Nancy Jane Taj lor. Music. Freda Charlotto Roescho. MR. NOAH MAY Apprentice Sewing; and Cooking. h Nblllo Phoebo Adams, Flora promoting them into the Academy, Click, Arcle Coudus Loweu, Normal and Vocational departments. Ciuco Mary Mantling. President Frost mado thu presentation speech nnd tho Deans of tha YEAR higher departments GREAT each made a who take short address receiving tho class and As tho school year closes amid a pride in the beauty of the home vclcomlng it to tho different departswirl of exams, exhibitions, uratlotm ments. can work wonders with imil social plensures, it Is well to consider what a varied feast has been CALIFORNIA spread beforo us In the nine mouths ust past, outside thu regular school If you are thinking of coming er work. want to know why you should come In manufacturing, tho Old floors can berefinished in Mahogany, Antique Oak or any color are frequently tho greatebt assetB of to California, write to mo, aud I no matter what tuiface you have, if you work according to directions, tho plant. Similarly In collego Die shall take delight In tolling you why, giving you any information you which are simple and easily followed. bouoflta of tho college life outside of and may desire. I am a Ken tuck lan and ANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH" is also used on all kinds of Furniture its classrooms are a largo part of tho "H preparation for actual life, and often take a special interest In Kentucky and Woodwork in the home. This Finish does not fade and is absolutely people, I have been In California ten tho greatest builders of chnracter. durable, and on this you may depend. Many of the ladies derive pleasure years, on the farm and thoroughly this work of beautifying their homes. "WHY PONT YOUr Our religious and literary societies, in othlotlcs, social pleasures, lectures understand the soil aid conditions. FOR BALE BY you think of coming to California ami musical entertainments aro our It drop me a line, great 11. L. Bishop, Yours truly, Tho past year wo have had somo Klngsburg, FrenBo County, Cat, mm &AKlH POWDER Absolutely Pure o ci cur-liu- ge Dal-lor- d, FINE MONUMENTS S. McGuire, Berea, Ky. o Wll-mot- LUSTROFI The Wife or Husband STfTHE If "HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH" "The Made To Walk on Kind" WILLIAM ISAACS, Berea, Ky.