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FAULKNCR, Manager t Xnttrrd at tW tttt-tffle- t at hrrta, AV. at vmd IDvotoci to tli In.trest3 of Vol. The citizen tle Moioi-tai-- ci 7 , Knowledge ii power tad the way' to keep up with mAn knowledge is to read a good newspaper. 3Peole One Dollar a year. No. 10 XIII. Five cents n ropy, BEIIEA. MADISONI COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER 1011 WHERE FAILURE IS INEXCUSABLE In the editor's boyhood home there were few books and fewer pictures. Even wlien the school days came the books continued to be lew and poor and the pictures were almost entirely wanting. How he used to while awny the minutes, waiting for recess, dreamiDg over the few pictures near the back of the old Blue Back Sffllerl Thore was the boy in the apple tree being pelted by the farmer; there was the girl who spilt the pail of milk; there was the cat that hung itself to catch the rats, and the man that fooled the bear by pretending to bo dead. Wonderful Pictures! And there was another picture in the same book that he has not forgotten. Looking back over tho years lie is inclined to think it was the best thing in it. Certainly it was the first, if not the best, for it whs pasted down tight on the insido front cover the picture of a stately dame leading a beautiful child, h youth, up a stairway nnd pointing to some Imposing buildings upon one of which wns written tho word KNOWLEDGE, nnd upon another, FAME. The dame tnlht harp represented either the teacher or the mother of tho youth. Be that as it may there wns never tiny doubt as to what she was doing she wfls making it clear that the rend to usefulness, happiness, success, fame was up the steps lending to and thru the school the College. be given the picture it is Dot easy to Just what say so delicnte nro the scales with which we weigh tho influences upon it that that make our lives but there was one boy climbed up tho steps and went thru both the schools nnd the College, nnd tho ho cannot lay much, claim to the success and none to the fanio, he has found tho field of usefulness and a degree of happiness. But the picture has permanent vnluu. It has a lasting It represents the highest type both of the pau nt and the teacher the parent or teacher leading as far as possible and then directing the youth to others pointing to higher sources of. know, ledge. The parents provide food, clothing and shelter, of course, and true parents go much furtlior give a lasting moral training and lay the foundation for tho intellectual growth of the child; but in 'most cases there is a low limit to the parents' power in training either morally or intellectually. But they need not, for that reason, fail. They can direct the child to those who can give what they can't. They can point to the school the college. This is their final their supreme privilege. If they have a true love for theiroffspring they will not fail here; but, if they do fail, they fail indeed they fail in. excusably, criminally. And the teachers in the grade schools, the home schools, are also limited, necessarily limited. There is a point beyond, which they caunot lead. Here they must drop the hand of the child, the youth, but they should not forget, must not forget, the priceless privilege that remains theirs they must point the way to other leaders, other sources of knowledge. How well the editor remembers the words spoken at the right moment, by one who had assumed the duties of parent to him, that stimulated his waning ambition and sent him on to school aud then to college. That incident has been described In these columns tinder the caption "Fifteen Minutes of Friendship and its Results." And in, another column iu this issue one who is now a successful teacher tells how the humble teacher of a district school on the WesAnd it is for tern plains pointed him and five otherB to College. that More tlia.li any teaching he did that that teacher isreuiembered, praised, honored. This week aud the next the Academies and Colleges are opening their doors nil over the land and inviting thoeo thirsting for knowledge to come. That this invitation may be heeded there must be n corresponding "Go" from pareuts and teachers. It may, it will, take to say it to point the way but that unselfishness, alone will win the place of honor and love iu the memory iu the credit-shoul- d who-gazed Be Safe Not Sorry ' bank and conduct its business on lines of the strictest conservatism. In 6hort, it is the rate that is consistent with absolute safety. There are many schemes and seemingly attractive investments that offer more but with every added per cent, comes an added risk, and why should you take any risk when you are investing the net results of your labor and economy. A man who loses his savings thus acquired, usu- ally quits saving from discouragement. "Eetter be safe than sorry" is a good maxim to observe in choos-- , ing a place for investment. We pay 4 per cent the tafe rale. 4 Per C nt is the limit of what can be paid by a . ; Berea Bank & Trust Co. OFFICERS Vice-Pje- A. Isaacs, Pres. J. W. Stephens, s. John F. Dean, Cashier suggest-iveues- s. BOYS Address of President Frost, at Jackson, Breathitt County, Ky., Monday, September 4, 1911. Borea students are doing their part li: tho progress of Breathitt County. Among those best known at thi County Seat are Malcolrab Holllday, of tho law firm of Adams and Holll day, Dr. Wllgus Bach and his couslo, Clifton Bach, L. M. Gardner and Riv. and Mrs. Paul Dcrthlck, now of Monica. Mr. Thomas Terry of Jetts Cree, now well advanced In the Collate Course at Berea, represents a vc: largo number of promising young pcoplo from Breathitt County who are, or, havo boon studenta at Berea. Tho assembly, Monday night, waa gathered at very short notice, and camo together in a pouring rain, but Cut Loose 'it NEWS. May Be Hard to Do It Oneself and It May Hurt to De ''Cut Loose," but President Taft will Make Longest It It Orten the Stroke that Makes Speaking Tour of Any President The Man. Ambassador Hill Offer Defense-Lo- ok 0JHE WEEK An Irishman was working In Now York for M conta a day. For a Urao ho felt ho should go west, but his lrcsont Job held him. Ho was afraid ' to let go. One day ho decided to out for Counterfeits World In 101-- 2 Minutes-Mex- ico Bad Way. Around In three classes of persons, to parents; to boys and to other folks. I am tho father of four boys. As a Christian man my chief Joy Is .to soo tho progress of God's Kingdom on earth to seo tho increase ot good will, peace, purity and lovo in 1 TAFT TO MAKE LONG TM1 President Taft will start on thi 17th from IJoston on a 15,000 mile trip to tho Pacific coast and buck. Ho will make speeches in many cit ies and attempt to do in tho nation at large what Governor Hughes did In New York, make sentiment for a Ida measures and pollclos, such ! hentlment as will bring Congress into lino. i Chapel Tower mako tho change and, walking Into u railway station, handed all of liU wonoy to tho ticket agunt and said, "Giro mou ticket as far west as thia will tako mo." Ho then took back 25 ccuU to gut something to until ho got to tho end uf bis Journey. Ho often tells how much harder It was to "cut looso" as ho days on calls It tbnn to 11 vu tt 0 tho 25 cent. Today tho Irishman is very wealthy and nays It all depended on tho moment h decided to cut loose. A boy taught a country school for utes later, having traveled 2S.G13 fcrty'flvo dollars a month. Ho know mllua nnd having been relayed JC ho should go to college but did not times. It took tho message only f0 Beconda to reach Manila tho tho' Continued on 1'lllh clock had struck eight on Monday morning, a nilnuto beforo ltB arrival. CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE From Manila, as It afraid to furtlior probo tho future. It Jumped back inPAGE KHIST to Sunday night nnd Now York. EdltorlaL FOR PRESIDENT OF MEXICO Nows of Week. ' Francisco . Madera was nominated In Our Own Statu. for tho Presidency of Mexico by Uio Boys Dr. Frost's Addrs at Juok-soProgressives last Thursday. Ho mado , a speech In which ho endorsed each Train Schedule for Berea Btudeuts. plank, ot tho Progressive Platform Cut LO'JSC. nnd declared ho would not bo a CookBtovo lloforo Latlu. Tho for a second term. In an efSECOND PAGE fort to Belect a candidate for W'cokly Sermon. tho convention was almost Sunday School Lesson. disrupted and two days later General THIRD PAOU Reyos, tho candidate ot tho opposiBoys Continued. tion party for tho Presidency, waa Btunod and robbed on tho streets by Valua dt tiutilptnenL tho followers of Madero, Mexico la FOURTH PAOE .In a bad way. Locale. TOGO CAME, SAW, CONQUERED. Collogo Announcements. ' Admiral Togo, tho Japaneso war FIFTH PAGE g in lutro, after a mouth's Cut Ldbao Continued. tho United States, has departed for Continued. Cookatovo bforo Latin his "flowery" homo, laden with tho SIXTH PAGE Everywhere while (Spoils of peace. Uallory Bprlugs Picnic. In our midst ho was accorded SEVENTH PAOE tho highest honor nnd mado tho Contlnuod Story. of unnumbered gifts. Temperance Notes. EIGHTH PAGE Kastorn Kentucky Nows. Art of Weaving. . to HILL IIREAKS SILENCE David Jayno Hill, tho retiring to Gormany, break? his long sllcnco and explains that his retirement was .not duo to want of confidence on tho part of tho Government but says there waa an lntriguo to discredit him. Ho leaves llcrlln with many evidences of tho esteem of tho Emperor and German peoph'. CAPTURED COUNTERFEITERS Attar a flvo years hunt, secret ser- vlco men ran down and caught a negro and his wife In Memphis, last week, who havo been so skillful In tho manufacture of imitation col tin that some of them havo not been till thoy reached tho Two of theso counterfeit sil-- j vor dollars wcro patsud and dlscover-cd'l- n Borea n few days ago. It would 'bo well for pooplo to bo on tho look-lofor thorn. ENClltCLES GLOBE IN 1C4 MIN-- j UTE3 Tho New York Times recently pent a message nround tho world in 1GV4 minutes. It was started from Tho Times llulldlng vctwnrd exactly at 7 o'clock p. in., Sunday night, and arlved from the East 104 minut numbered several hundred, and embraced most of tho leading citizens of Jackson, and many from somo distance. Rov. C. T. Brookshire, of tho flautist church led in prayer, and, Prof. Rigby, assisted by Miss Cook of tho Mothodlst choir, led tho singing, rendering several flno solos, and teaching the audience ono now song. President Frost spoke, in pert, as -- ' follows: self-sacrifi- Friends and neighbors: I am to speak at this time TRAIN SCHEDULE ,F0R BEREA STUDENTS President Frost the world. But next to this my chief Joy Is to seo theso four boys truly prosperous. By prospclty I, do not mean money. 1 wish, to seo them growing Into lives ot usefulness and service so that they may (Continued on Third to hit) future. To fail at thistpoint is to invite execration from one's effrpriug when they begin to realize their loss. IN OUR d Jg STATE Of all the graduates turned out' by the colleges of this country one out of every forty has reached honor- able distinction, while, of those who have not gone to college, only one out of ten thousand has risen to promThis is reason enough, it would, seem, to cause inence. ambitious young person to enter college t once. every Is a list of tho various trains leaving tho Junction points most used by Berea students: FROM CHICAGO via BIG FOUR, leaving frjom Lake Front "nt 12th St. at 9:03 p. m., Monday, .Sept. 11th, arriving at Cincinnati 7:10 a. ra. next morning. BIG via FROM CLEVELAND FOUR, leaving Union Depot on Lake Front and Bank Sts., 8:00 p. m., Monday, Sopt 11th, arriving at Cincinnati G: 40 a. in. next morning. Following O'Rear-an- His Platform Winning Friends McCreary Fires First Gun Law and Ordr Conference Postal Savings Bank for Louisville. !, REPUBLICAN PROSPECTS Tho Republican campaign (ls noww gaining full headway and the proa- Reports ! poets look flno for victory. from the western part of tho stato whoro the fight has been pitched from tho first judicata, a sentiment for O'Rcar that will bo hard to chango and It Is not too much to cxiect that tho Republicans will carry FROM CINCINNATI via L. & N., many coumies nereioioro juituijr leaving Central Station, Central Ave. j Democratic, and Third St, 8:00 a. m., Tuesday, OPEN3 CAMPAIGN Sept 12th. Train arrives at Richmond Senator McCreary fired his first at 11:17 a. m., where passengers chango cars leaving Richmond at gun at Bowling TSreen, Monday, be12:17 noon, arriving at Berea at 12:33 fore a largo audience. Just how his spooch wns received Is hard to tell noon. , u. Ladles Hall can-dlda- to The Cook Stove Before Latin Schools Should Not Take Girls Out of Touch With the Home but Should Givcylnstruction in Household Affairs. Iu tho days of our graudmoUmrs most of tho products needed In tho homo wcro produced and consumed there. Tho wool was taken from tho back of tho sheop raised on tho farm, was passed through tho various pru- parntlous, spun Bito yuru, woven Into cloth and mudo iuto clothes by tho Individual family. This work Is now ilouu by tho largo woolou mills. A multitude of things that used to bo produced In tho homo now como from factories or largo tndusrltal concerns. In tho- early days tho daughter worked by tho sldo ot her mother, tho Ideal way tor a daughter to work, and under tho mother's eyo nnd direction with continued practice became oxpurt In tho performance of thso varied housobold duties. Sho know all about tho materials from which tho homo products were made. Sho was a compctont Judge as to tho Uuallty of all food products and, It goods wero bought, could tell easily - ut tght-seeln- (Cuutlnurd on 1 Kth l'sJ FEATURES jOR'NEXT WEEK Vocation Adveutns Soveral mem- -' bora ot tho Faculty. Familiar Letter thlB timo 'from Urt. Frost, Predictions for Mountain Fiirniers, Panoramic View of North Side of Berea Oollege Campus Thero conflicting reports. CHICAGO and CLEVELAND parties and others from long distances arc aro iwo or mrcu luiua imivnij v.. however. The first Is" that tho advisod to bu)' thru lckets to Berea. dent, Democrats oxpect to force a dlscus- SOUTHERN ROADS glvo a rato uf sion of National, not Stato Issues, faro for parties of ten or If possible. In tho second place, moro traveling on ono ticket. Theso 1( It becomes necessary to mention parties may bo made up by ANYONE things that concern Kentucky at all und from ANY POINT. fthoy will try to protlt by disparaging FROM JOHNSON CITY, TENN., 'O'Rear nnd shouting, "Powers and Via SOUTHERN, leaving at 2;40 p. Assassination.' in., Monday, Sept. 11th, arriving at TO DECLARE FOR LAW AND Knoxvilie 0:10 p. iu. Leaving KNOX-VILLORDER J0;G5 p. m., arriving at Borea ReportB of tho calling ot a confer ' 3: 17 next morning. onco at Jackson for Oct. 9th to Uq- FROM APPALACHIA. VA.. via L. vlso ways and means to rid the, nioun- & X.. loavlng at fl:25 a. m., Tuesday, talll8 ot iawi0S6ness contfnue to he Sopt, 12th, arriving at Berea 1:04 p. drculatoa but It Is not clear who aro. i". jto composo tho conference, nor Just It may cause you to jwnat nuu,orlty any such couforoneo. It you pay full faro. Wear tho button snt j WOuld have. As nn cxprveBlon of tho you In ( order to lndentlfy yourself peopio themsolvea against tho prevail-a- s a Borea student. Tho leader of the jDg conditions any such confsnmce party will wear the same button and woula hav0 far reaching values how-tho Berea Y. M. C. A. ribbon. ever. It la a flno timo for gettlug ac- P. S. BANK FOR LOUISVILLE Hualnted. Eujoy yourselves. Bank to bo A Postal Savings ' known as Tho People's Bank waa In LoulsvlUo last wtwk and recelvod deposits, none largtr than $5. nmountlug to $1,000 tho flat day. first Postal Savings Bank for I Tho 'tho stato was OklablUhed at Middles boro about bIx months ayo aud is now declarod to bo a success. These Banks are appealing largely lo tho ' working classes and tJ' foreigners. two-thirE aro-lato 3 J THE CITIZEN September 7, 1011 The Citizen A family newspaper for all that la rlnht ! WIND, WORMS, DROUGHT true and interesting. CublUhM every Thursday (Incorporate!) al Berow Ki. Morality By Rev. Guy E. Shlplcr Aukiiit Sntw el tt. Friers Are Cited By Uncle Sam's Report aa the Reasons for the Decline In Condition of Cotton Crop. Daniel's CowMnions in the Fiery Furnace Saeday Scheel Lessee fee Seat 17, 1911 Specially Arranged ter This Paper BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF BEREA COLLEGE (The Citizen is a specimen of our work.) BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manaoer. Subscription Rates One ttx Throe Months Poirt-otne- e Month ymr PAYABLE IK ADVANCE. ILM I . W W or Eipmi Bend money by Money Order, Draft, IlcKlstmml Letter, or me and two cent Mainpe. The date attar your name on lab! howi to what d.it your utwcrlptlon la wtthln three paid. If It U not olKUiR-rki after renewal notify us. Mfewtas; numtra will be gladly supplied If we ore notified. FVte premlumi cheap, with nnt and prompt runowuls. Bend for Premium Last. Liberal terms siren to any one who obtain now aubscrrpUcma for us. Any one ending us four yearly subscriptions can reoetra The Citizen free for liimseflf for ne year. Advertlstnc rates) on gppBciittoa d MEMBER OF . aXKNTCCKT PTWS3 1HBOCIATION. Don't tako our raratlon too What Is out a divorce? to rare as an actress with- More persons are drowned any day than aro killed In nlrjblps. Dan Cupid as her prime minister. The summer Rlrl Is now queen, with a Iff Some men fo1 nattered when strange doR wags his tall at tbem. Dablcs are senrce In Pasadena, but the town is strong on grandparents. A farmer with a good potato crop would have no trouble In trading It for nn automoMlo Motor boats now make thirty-fivrelies an hour. Tho speed craze thus rules Innd. sky and water. e It Is such a nulsanco to bo n French playwright, compelled to write all of ono's masterpieces between duels. In Colorado, where potatoes have becomo legal tender, one can take one's change In Saratoga chips. What should' be done with tho offensive person who says: "Well, how does It feel after your vacation?" Ufe's little annoynncos Include persons who persist In walking on the wrong side of a crowded sidewalk. Jr. Watcrbury, Conn- - a man paid a stiff fine rather than wash himself In Jail. It was no night of the bath for him. In the Interests of navigation It may become necessary to put fenders on the. rocks that lino the Pacific coast Articles In an esteemed contemporary on "Modern Aeroplanes" should be followed by others on ancient areo-planc- A Minneapolis girl bad the courts rhange her name from Olsen.to Smith. Nevertheless OUen Is a good Ole name. Dr. Wiley Is probing Into the mysteries of the restaurant mince pie. That man isn't afraid to tackle' anything. .1 & There Is one thing In favor of the Iceman. Thus far nobody has been just as Upble to Invent "something good." Unless that flock of comets can guarantee something more exciting than cyanogen gas it may as well keep on going. The Aero Clug of America has adopted a rule barring flights over rltles. There are few haystacks in the cities. Aeroplane engines of tho revolving type consume vast quantities of castor oil, doubtless for that colicky noise they make. Our millionaire pololsts are ap plauded for defending the International cup, but nobody sees fit to sny a few kind words about the ponies which really won. New York woman claims to have u household problem by tin porting a Filipino girl as a servant. It will be all right if sho keeps Mnros out of the kitchen. A HOlvcd A Tennessee nuin has absolutely forgotten his Identity. Tho fact that he Is not called upon to give testl mony In any Investigation makes his cate especially remarkahln In or traveling Women residing through New Jertey are forbidden to decorute their hats with any portions of birds, but they may use the mil liners' bills If Ihey so choose. A man In Connecticut dropped dead from Joy. Vet oy kills even fewer than lightning strikes, and everybody has a 'thousand or iporit chance to one of crcaplog ttio latter tnisiortune. Prints liaml-liills- , lolter.heails cnrcls, rcportr, sermons, nntl A total production of bales of cotton as the final bocks in the best manner, nnd nt lowest prices. ScLeel yield this year Is Indicated by tho de I.KH80N TKXT -- Denlel 1 . stttdentF, MKMOHir VKIIHKH. 17, IS, Yonr patronage is asked to help partment or agricultures) oinciai reGOLDEN TEXT -"- The I)rd In my port on the condition of the growing hslper, and I will not fear wnnt timn and to insure your Retting your money's worth. There Is In our civilization a class crop on August 25, which Is estimated Iinll do unto m,." Ilel). 1J;C Cnll nt the ollice, or send orders by mail. You will Kt satTIME. The HrptUMtlnt acrmint states lepers', at 7.1.2 per cent' of normal. of women branded as moral organizing the occasion This estimate, based on tho nttlo of thatnnd counttlos, wns "the the Inhabltnntse the prcsenco of nny ono of whom isfaction. Terms cash. Address and nil would not be tolerated In our homes. the average yield for tho last 10 yearn of the earth from India to Klhlopln," nnd BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL, Borca, Ky. Yet our daughters nro allowed to mln- - to the nvcrngo condition of the crop plarra tho datn In the 13th yenr or This would put the event In glo freely with tho men who prey on August 2f for the past 10 years, tfO, Immwllati ly part of It. upon these women; to recelvo them In would mean h Html yield of 1S1.G3 tlm Inst destruction C. Jerusalem, on the of ttter the our homes and too often to marry pounds nn ncre on the planted nren of king's rrturn to Ilabylnn. I'l.ACE.-llabyl- on. the plnln of Dura, them. Such Is custom and conviction, approximately .14,000,000 ceres, allow READING In Uih YOU of somewhereIN TUBvicinity of the rlly. so totally an Inversion of tho teaching ing for an abandoned acreage IIISTOnV.-Jerusale- m 1'I.ACK and practice of Jesus Christ, who nte 1,000,000, nnd provided the crop does destroyed. The Jew In captivity tliroucli-oAD. OTHERS t the Ilabylonlr empire. Daniel in the with hnrlots and sinners, not to con not decline or Improve from the dato the empire In omn part. done their nets, but to save them from tho condition was estimated to tho serviceInofJerusalem. Kind .eileklahJereWILL READ YOURS nnd miah CTll. tlmo of picking. Jeholnchlm captives nt llabyloti. Kso Let us ask In nil frankness. Is It not nt Clitbar In Uabylonla. tlrao for tho church to Inquire rather So far as we can learn, Nobuchad-lczzar'- s more seriously Into this matter of CRACK SHOTS FROM CAMP PERRY nd. Is directed ot the great ttscemblago of peoplo JJOST everybody reads the conscience nnd morality? 8hnll we ada. In this paper. They who has all the from nil over his empire had for Its go on being satisfied that custom nnd Marksmen Gather for Twenty-Flrt- t furnish as much news to the object tho consolidation or his wholo business in his line in convention have said the last word on Shoot on Atlantic Coast. man In town and on the farm kingdom. Ho had Just relumed from this community. these vital matters? aa the personals, and often his a triumphant campaign against Mr. Merchant You say There are too many false judgments moie. J Peter Smith's wife Sea Girt, N. J. The 21st annual Sea enemies In the west nnd south of morality In society, ns a result of you've got it all. You're sellwants a new hat. Smith sees untrained conscience. Tho thing we Girt shooting tournnincnt opened with igalnst Egypt, Syria and Arabia and ing them all they'll buy, anyby the paper that Jones (a sell call convention Is too often but a tho Mower of tho military and civilian bo celebrated his return by the erechow. But nt the same time Ing hats at so much. Johnclonk for false morality. Custom nnd rifle, revolver and pistol shots of the tion of n colossal Imago and n grand you would like more business. son's store ad. la missing from made up of elements United States In attendance. Many of religious festival. Tho golden Image convention nre J Make this community buy the paper Johnson's trying though most of us. the teams nnd Individuals to face tho might mark the close of a period ol both good and bad, policy. a more. targets In competition eamo direct conquest nnd Inaugurate a period of If a thing Is conventional, adhere to Advertise strongly, consistTho victories of pcaco were Its pronouncements without stopping from Tamp Perry, O., wheru tho na- peace. ently, judiciously. RESULT Jones gets Smith's to question the right or wrong of It. tional matches hare Just been com- to absorb tho remaining half of his Suppose you can buy a lot r'elgn. Convention and custom nre good pleted. moncy of wns composed etnplro of washtubs cheap; advertise Tho when they conserve the good of the Smith's wife sets her hat. various countries nnd races, dlvcrso a bigwashtub sale in this papast; they v nre viciously evil when FARMERS INTERESTED. from one another In disposition, charthey cloak evil, and even worse when per. Put in nn inviting piclUjpjrtsM, wu.br w.r. t they so eflslnve the minds of the poo-pi- Great Organization May Follow Hint acter and Interests. They were united ture of n washtub where by no natural affinity, but by conquest. that they stupefy all moral progpeople can sec . the minute Dropped By Yoakum. might easily fall Tho wholo empiro ress. they look nt your nd. Talk to piece's. There Is a tendency In most of us And strong on washtubs. diNew York. Apparently the address Ncbuahadnezzar would bind those toward legalism; this false use of the you'll find every woman in law, and tho subtlest foe with which recently delivered to n gathering of verse elcmonts by the power of reJ The news items of the home comthis vicinity who has been Christianity has had to cope. One of Texas farmers by It. F. Yoakum, rail ligious worship, at a common renter, munity. getting nlong with n rickety the most remarkable things In history road president and chairman of tho of one chief god over all the multitude washtub for years nnd years Is tho speed with which Christianity executive committee of the St. Louis Idols. As the Jews wcro bound togcth t The things in which you ate most will buy a new one from you. mornlly "ran off the track" and al- & San Francisco road, has stimulated er by a magnificent temple at their interested. J That's creative business lowed Its freedom to become elaborat- farmers In other sections of th coun- capital, Jerusalem, whither nil went tj The births, weddings, deaths of up to worship, so Nebuchadnezzar the people you know. power. ed and stiffened Into dogma, and then try than Texas to begin methods by means of which the farm- would place nt his capital a huge and Into legalism. The church, which was to bring Ood ers may bring their produce directly :ostly Image, the glory and attraction 3 The social nffairs of our own and OURj AD. RATKS ARE KIOHT His making luibylon surrounding towns. and man together, became burdened to the consumer without the Interven- of the cmplro. CALL ON US this Mr. Yoakum In- a magnificent city would aid with ecclesiastical machinery, which tion of mlddlemeji. IkU The ar tha kind of fads -- ow in kept 'God and man apart. What Is timated that the farmers of the United work. Great fortifications, towurs, rr Uu. Thoy aro t. us, or w M l r1lolr worth Ibo ubMrlpllon ptlco. the standard? Shall we frankly be- States got not much more than one-ha- walls, temples, gates of bronze, hanging gardens, palac.es, public buildings accept the law as come legalists and of tho money received from tho our standard of conduct? Or shall we ultimate consumers for thrlr products. of blue, red, yellow and white, tho Tower of the Seven Spheres, tho Wonaccept what are called the average der of Mankind nnlare all these judgments of mankind the consensus Deficit In Uncle Sam's Treasury, of opinion as our standards? If so, Washington. Although two months would attract people to the capital, as NURSE TRAINING SCHOOL OF BEREA COLLEGE what shall we do with the prophets; ago the treasury began the fiscal year Mohammedans are drawn to Mecca. The multitudes wcro gathered on those men of vision who sometimes 1S12 with a surplus on all account of Has U-s- t operating room and all moJern appliances for caie rise In our midst, to point the way to more. than $3.1.000,000, the heavy ex- tho plain nround the golden Imago Hospital treatment ytcatly in of n limited number of patients. conception of truth than tho penditures and low receipts of July and radiant In the sun. llcsldes a clearer oClcera In their richly colored at., tho average man has attained? creases prospects of recovery. nnd August have reduced it to $2,000,-00was n motloy gathering ol And if we do not listen to the new year registered na tire, there every nnd the Kates One Dollar a day and up. direction. Afl diprophets for example, those men of ordinary deficit of more than $21,000.-00- tribes from versities of speech and dress and manvision we have in our political Ufa as compared with this time a year ners wcro there. 15oud for prompt payment required. today how can we hope to progress ago. Drlefly, the government spent Horadls cried aloud their as a civilization? Or shall wo accept during August t5.GOfl.000 more than For further particulars address In all languages, that as our standard that which satisfies It received from all Its of when tho bands struck their martial accept that which THE HOSPITAL, Bcrcc, Ky. us? Or shall we ; music all the people must fall down works pragmatism, which has beand worship too golden Image; "And come popular among certain ethical Motorcycles in Collision. , whoso fnllcth not down and worshlp- thinkers. Sioux City, Iowu. Two motorcy- etn snail me suiuv iiuur uu cusi imu This matter of conscience calls for head-ocollision. tho midst of a burning fiery furnace." clearer thinking than wo have be- clists met death In u Tho bands played, and the whole stowed upon It as a church or as In- The cycles were demolished and both dividuals In the past. Consclonce is men instantly killed. The desd urc multitude bowed their faces to tho Then a strange thing took the soul's discernment of right and Frank 19,Morrisscy, 21, and John Uow ground. place; three men stood up alonu, nnd wrong for the purposo of Its own man, were conspicuous all over the plain, moral choice. It has as a standard If Mrs. Jones buys her coffee at You aro reading this one. Shell Kills Spectators. like a city set upon a hill, by their not any exterior law, which means the Smith's each week splendid During man- unbowed forms and their artillery Warsaw. That should convince you reduction of religion and morals to If the cofloo in your store Is betjurisprudence and restraint; but it euvers a shrapnel exploded In a crowd robes of office. These three were, that advertising in those ter than Smith's and cheaper must have an Inner law, which means of peasant spectators. Three persons Bhadrnch, Meshachand Abed nego, tho columns is a profitable propWhy. TELL MRS. JONES I . three young men who joined with Danwere killed and 18 wounded. freedom. osition; that it will bring iel In refusing to defile themselves Don't dash wildly across theJesus Christ's most emphatic teachwith tho king's meat. ing, about which centered all else he st re et to tell her, though; shed Seventeen Missing. business to your store. Then Nebuchadnezzar In his rngo' laugh at you. Insert a sane, forcesaid and did, was the sacredness of .Manila. The steamer Francisco Tho fact that the other the self. We have Christian morality foundered on the north coast of the and fury said: "Now If yo be reudy, ful advertisement in this paper is probpost will be forgiven. Hut fellow advertises then when we set before v the task Island of Negros, and 13 of her pas- to obey, the about your coffee. fiery furof developing this self. This self- sengers and four members of the crew If yo worship uot, a burning ably the reason he is getWe'll catch her eye by maklng-you- r nace! Let tho music sound. And who loyalty Is the only morality we know. are missing. ad. attractive. Then all that ting more business than is Is that God that shall deliver you out It Is truth for truth's sake, not truth is left for you to do is to take in falling to you. Would it or my bands? for expediency. t the money for tho coffco Mrs-JonThe three, with truly magnificent of God wit Conscience Is the not be well to give tho buys. and unflinching courage, appear tc right within the In nesslng to eternal other fellow a chance have answered promptly and without dividual soul. It Is the voice of man's icuprrtsbi. iks. r w. a. L'.i hesitation, showing that thoy had caretme self, and the true self is ono with fully considered the subject and that God. As our Bense of beauty leads, us Cincinnati Grain Market. with them it was a matter of settled on to things beautiful, so our moral 3.90at.lC, nnd Intelligent principle: "We have Flour Winter patent sense should lead us to things moral.. And, as In art. wo turn to great mas family 12.70a2.S0, low grade JiMOa no need to answer thee," to explain ters, whose genius has wrought In 2.50, hard patent $5a5.45, do fancy how God could deliver them, or why the world of beauty for the standards $4.25a4.C0. Wheat No. 2 rod St'Ja they must oUoy hlrn. Thero was no of valuation; so In the world of morals 92c. No. 3 red 88a90c, No. 4 red 7Ca time, nor would tho king understand, "If It be so, wo aro cast Into must we turn with 8fic. Corn No. 2 white CtiaCU'c, No. 3 earnestness and appreciation and white C5aG5tjC, No. 2 yellow CCaCC'o, the fiery furnace. In spite of ill you say, out God whom we servo Is able longing to the master of men. No. 3 yellow tiSalGc, No. 2 mixed M YA as our study of the great can CSnCCc. No. 3 mixed Ia65HiC. Oats to deliver us." And They wcro put Into tho furnace. vas reveals ever and anon sorao deepNo. 2 white 43su44e,stundard while A writer thlnkB thoy wero bound hand er truth that lay In the heart of the 43a43M.c, No. 3 white 42u43. and foot with their own clothes. The artist, so our serious study of Christ king sat watching' tho Issue of the Cincinnati Live Fto:k. must reveal more of the truth that lay like gold In the depths of hta heart Cattle Shippers G.50aC75, butcher matter, looked through tho door Into nlot of money It la for each one of us to say for no steers, extra (OaC.25, good to chojeo the furnace, and saw a sight at which in this vicinity. extra $5.Cua5.73, he was astonished and terrified. He one else can say It for us whether 5a5.90, heifers, Possessosof that money the light that Is In us shall become good to cholco $4.u0a.r.50, cows, extra was astonished that tho three men read this paper; they swear by spread the gloom of fl.65a5. good to choice J3.G0a4.GO. wcro not consumod; that they were darkness and so Hulls Ilolognu loose; thnt a fourth was with them. f ln250. it. They want to be shown. Itself through the hearts of humanity canners 54.10. Calves extra 3.ti0a4, If your goods are right, they or whether It shall becomo a part of Kxtru $8.25u8.50, fair to good $7u8, Tho thought flashed upon him that ha want what they This paper want to buy. has come Into conflict with a new nnd CUSTOMHItS they want it, anil that light that llghteth every man that common and large J3a7.50, Hogs unknown powor. Ho roso up In huste, they'll buy your when they talks to that money at regular cometh Into the world. Good to choice packers and butchers expressing tho strength of his astongoods if you let them know you've intervals. It's money that $7.r5a7.C5, mixed packers $7.2In7.i;o, ishment und terror. princes got what they want at the price Tho talks back nnd talks back common to choice heavy fat sws, saw these men. Tho deliverance was want to pay. Crown for the Faithful. they The strong. Get your share do ADVERTISE Mr. Merchant, The virtue of fidelity Is nut condt S4.25aC.50, pigs (110 lbs and lesHt, JD public, unmlstukable, and proved by your talking through our aduti.05. tell the home folks you can All their KheouExtrtt ?3.1Cu3.25, good many witnesses. Tho king recognized tloued by great opportunities and ro needs. You'll find them responsive. vertising columns. sponslbtlltles. It has nothing to do to choice I2.50ii3.10. Lumbs Kxtia the power of tho Jews' God. It with splendor of circumstances. miracle would inako such an The m.oirllbl, W bf W. tt. U nwds no broad arena, no crowd of Impression on the princes and peoCincinnati Miscellaneous. more easily spectators. "He that is faithful In plo that tho kins could l'oultry Hens 12c, spring chick- treat tbo Jews kindly. Men who were that which la least Is faithful also In Vc, ducks 14c, turkeys bo faithful to their God that they I ens to be much." The, humblest task dor.e us unto God. Our gift, our tnl ICc. geeso ChSc. Hgp- s- Prime (ruts would dlo ruther than do wrong Ilulter Creamery would bo faithful to thulr king, and ent, may be Insignificant, but It Is to laiic firsts 18c. be used, not burled. What tho world extra 2814c, first's 24c, dulry, fancy could bo trusted In all matters. Hence To those who have children to educate nnd wish to reside in calls success Is often tho shipwreck 18c. Applet Duchess $2u3 bb), home they wero reinstated in their places Uerea for a longer or shorter time to enjoy its educational Carrots Home with uioro inilucnco and pertnanouca of the soul. The dominion of God'i grown C0a70c bti. the College has a number of houses, large and smnll, world Is tho blessing of those who grown 10al5c a dozen. Celery Mich- than ever. Kgsplnntu cruto. some of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable terms. In a very little," "faith igan 75cal.2G fiery furnaces for are "faithful Thero nr still 12ul2V4c n lb. Lem500 doz. Honey Address ful unto death." The crown Is not those who refuse to worship tbo gold.-eJUuil.SU. Onions ons Cullfurnla, for success, not for genius, not for Home grown white $1.25 bu. Oranges Image social ostracism, unpopular. position, not for greatness, but for Berea, Ky. 1'otaUMjSKafcWin, Ity, losses of place and honor, fallui 14.25u4.CO bos. faithfulness. Ufa's work and warfare ll.10al.33 bu. to business are to test and train our fidelity. Washington. 13,000,000 clt-tir. ARE u THIS kl THIS e FACTS ppr sl-- st lf THE BEREA HOSPITAL pjlt-tcrit- g proc-amatlo- n You Read the Other Fellow's Ad - vc-l.e- es THE MARKETS") To Read Your Ad In Thest Columns g rBACK THERE'S HOUSES TO RENT THE COLLEGE TREASURER., September 7, 1911. t would win, the good I would do. And those tree-to- p dreams havo been with me ever slnco. When I was conp THE CITIZEN. specialist In that subject, It is cosy to see that our students cannot help Improving more rapidly In every way. And wo tako special pains that our studont shall not grow lazy or proud whllo attending school. Very often yuung pcopia wno nave neon to a fashionable school are spoiled by It. They forget how to do useful things and feel that they aro above all tho occupations of llfo. This is not tho way at Berea. Evory student is ex pected to do somo work, and ho Is paid for what ho does according to Its real value as nearly as wo can find out. Our girls set tho tablo nnd wash tho dishes and mako tho bed ding for tho students' rooms, and do a hundred kinds of usoful work. Our boys work tho farm and tho garden, run tho printing office and work in our various shops. Ono monument of their Industry Is tho great fifty thousand dollar chapel. Our boys mado every brick that Is In it and built tho wholo thing from foundation to Pago Three. And the girl linre ways to Increase their earning power. It a girl has an ear for music sho can learn to play tho cabinet organ, and thero Is money to bo made In every mountain valley by tho girl who can teach ( her neighbor girls how to play the cabinet organ. There is the school ot nursing. A trained nurse does not earn a dollar a week but sho oarns a dollar a day, sometimes two dollars a day, and saves precious lives Into tho bargain. And I tell you, friends and neighbors, there is a great deal for tho girls to learn In I tho way of household management. And of courso wo teach bookkeeping and tho commercial branches. Then thero Is our great. Normal Department the flrnt Normal School, nlmost, In tho South to glvo practice teaching and nature study In addition to tho subjects which tho stato requires. Dcnn Dlnsmoro has written ono book which Is being studied by halt a million teachers In all ports of tho United States this summer! tower. Really, Berea consists ot five Peoplo who want to bo teachers can great schools under ono management. afford to make a long Journey and so thnt vo have the right, kind of, some of them do como from far distant state) to attend this Normal education for every comer. Then there. Is our Foundation gtves Its namo to tho 'wholo InstituSchool, under tho supervision of Prof. tion. This Is not at all llko the lit- Edwards. Here we can provide fur tle colleges that are scattered thru-o- those who nro least advanced in stutho country, which ought to be dy. No matter bow much behind the called academies. It Is a school which' boy or girl may be we can put him people have to study twelvo years j with a group of others Just llko himIn order to begin; thoso who enter self and give him a teacher who will our Collegiate Department must have Insure most rapid progress. Young finished all the common branches, men and young women In tho Founwhich Is counted eight years' work, dation School have freo Instruction and then they must havo four years more of special preparation for the college course. You can seo that the peoplo who actually get Into the ut I First, they havo good company. Wo on with other children and with other peoplo. It Is thero that wo learn how rule out tho fractious and tho taint(Continued from (lrt ptge) to manage ourselves. And It Is thero ed. Our students cotno becauso they dreams turned that wo begin to know something of aro full ot aspiration and tho desire but verted these tree-to(or thomsotvea not only care for Improvement. It Is the best that history and science. giro cordial help to others, to hare to prayers and promises. especially to come, tboso who havo most desire Dut I camo hero Now I know all other boys aro them stand In U10 communities where they llro (or righteousness and pro- like me. You boys who are hero today are Just the same. You havo gress. your play, your work and your dayAnd I know that all other parent nro )iJo myBolf. Next to our Joy dreams. of Christ and In the Kingdom our anxiety (or ltsv progress Is our And now a word to tho other folks Joy and nniloty over our children. who are Interested In boys. Wo are Now It la a trade, a profession, a all of us partners In this raising of high art, to raise things In this world mon parents, tho boys themselves, to ralso (lowers, to raise garden and tho other (oiks. Who aro some stuff, to raise chickens, to ralso hogs, of tho peoplo who aro Interested In to raUo horses. Flowers and horses boys? The girls nro interested. UnTennis and Croquet grow by a mysterious process which less thero aro good men girls can nono of us undcrstunds. They grow never hayo good homes. Neighbors this improvement, those who havo from small to great, (rom mper(ectlon aro Interested. No roattor how much speak about one other Institution for by the great powers ot one may bo out with tho old folks which helps boys becomo men the most .courage, most enterprise, most to maturity nature, as wo say, which means the wo aro all glad to sco our neighbor's school away fromo homo an Institu- resolution. A young man or young power of God. Hut to start nnd guldo children coming on well. Employers tion like Bcrca College, where young woman who stays a few terms In Derca will bo rich forever In having their growth requires tbo art and aro Interested; they want good work- jieoplo go and live for a few months or years, giving their main tlmo and friends young peoplo from nil parts skill o( tho gardener, tho trainer, men. Patriots aro Interested. Every thought and strength to study and ot tho country whose acquaintance tho fanner. ono who loves his country Is looking If boys nnd girls nnd friendship began while attendAnd ot all tho "raising" that wo anxiously about to sco who will bo aro ever to bo men and women they ing school. tbo ever do tho raising of children Is tho tho leaders, In most solemn, Joyful and momentous. preachers, teachers, editors and pub- must lenvo tho old homo and go out good tbo second placo we give them living. Wo havo been at great I h&vo not time to say very much lic men who wll guldo tho communi- Into tho world. And tho best way to get them finally ready for this expense to proyldo comfortablo rooms, It only to sny that It Is tho ty nnd tho state and the nation when about biggest thing wu ever undertako on our present leaders shall have pass- great chango Is to havo them spend well furnished, nnd good food. Every somo tlmo In a good school like Bo- room has Its own bedding and towels. oiirth. Every parent will agree with ed away. ron. Let them havo a few months It Is heated In winter, lighted during me. Here are three or four maxims I tell you, boys, you do not know or years whero study night, and tho stuthey that everybody In tho raising busi- how many friends you have. When what might bo called shall IIvo In dent Ishours at If he does not know taught, a school family, ness must mako noto of: you aro starting out In life really where they shall get acquainted with nl ready, how to take caro ot tho room First, select good stock. If you ovcrybody Is your friend. Wo nil tho best boys and girls from other so as to keep It clean and bright. are to be a parent Improvo yourself wish you well, wo nil hoio and pray communities and from other parts of And our students enjoy their meals. nnd pick a good mother. that you will be better, wiser, hap- tho country, where they shall havo They como from widely scattered Second, provide, good shelter. Spread pier than wo have been. And thero teachers who havo been specially homes and havo been used to differcloth over your early plants to keep Is hardly a man or woman in tho trained and skilled In tho most Im- ent kinds ot food, but they find good young wholo state so mean that ho would portant off the nipping frost, llrlug the branches ot study. In such things to cat at Bcrea. Wo do not turkeys In out ot tho rain. Keep tho not stretch out a helping hand to a school young peoplo learn tho give them tea or coffee unless they children away from tho cold and encourage a boy. You may forfeit quickest how to manage themselves, pay extra for It, butxwo glvo them from lad companions. this good will and regard. Tho first how to find out tho things they need plenty of things that are good. Last your to know, how to have good thinking fall term wo had several hundred tlmo you do something bad friends will grlevo; tho second tlmo power, good Judgment, good princi- boarders and all but five or six gainthoy will be surprised and disappointples, how to becomo useful, honor-nbl- ed In weight; altogether they galn-o- d ed; nnd tho third time they will behnppy ii)eniui(l women. Before moro than a ton. gin to think that you havo establishyou stsrt to work it pays to grind And wo look nfter their living in ed a habit of badness, you will havo year ax. other ways. Wo sco that they havo a reputation for badness, you will I do not speak about Bcrca alone. tlmo for quiet sleep, that they havo havo hard work to ovcrcomo tho Thero are otlier schools and nearly good opportunities for bathing, that dlflculttes which you have plied nil ot them aro exceedingly good. they havo some training in the gymup In your pathway. Out remember, Dut I shall tell you about Bcrca be- nasium, good drinking water brought at tho beginning everybody Is your causo I know It best, becauso It is from tho mountains In an Iron pipe friend. ono of tho largost uchools of Its kind so that spring water never falls. And Now thero aro four great Institu- and because It has been very specially If thoy chance to be sick wo have tions tor tho helping of boys as adapted to tho noeds of the country a doctor and a nurse, and a special they Journey towards manhood. First boys and girls. I, and good people be- building whero they will bo taken and best Is tho homo tho nest ot fore mo, worked night nnd day more care of better than they could bo lovo and sympathy and comfort, so than fifty years to build up this school. taken care of nt their own homes. sweot that we who aro older often When I began I did not know of a And more carefully than their wish we could go back to that dear stnglo school that was devoting Itself health wo guard their good characDr. Cowley spot and rest there forever. especially to tho boys and girls of ter and good repute. Wo give them And then thoro Is tho homo church, the country nnd to the training ot olovatlng pleasures, and exclude those ' Third, provide good nourishment. Tho baby cries, and ho wanU not tho placo whero tho best peoplo of boys nnd girls for country life. All of other kinds. This good living, not counting, of And tho neighborhood gather to pray and tho other schools 1 knew of were pickles or whiskey but milk. presently his mind will call (or food. sing nnd hear great lessons out of adapted especially to boys and girls course, their travel, their clothing born In the cities and villages, and and their laundry bills, costs for Growing children nro full of ques- tho word of God. God bless tho countions and It those questions are not try church house. Often It Is a small If they did rocclvo some boys and tho fall and spring terms only cents a answered and their curiosity grati- und poor affair. Somo ot tho very girls from tho country they only a dollar and seventy-fiv- e fied they soon become stupid. Christ men and women who run tho church trained them for a town or city life. week, and for tho winter term only and defective. Dut Derca Is not as good as we hope to two dollars a week. Thoso who live said: "Man shall not live by bread may ho alone." There must be thought for tho church is tho place where wo every growing child. Ills soul lives havo fellowship with all tho good ason the storlrg you tell him, the pirations and holy desires that there jtsongs he hears at meeting, the books nro In tho community, nnd whero wo and papers that you put within his may get In closest touch with thlu-jdlvino. reach. And then there is tho homo school. lastly, there s training. Fourth and Homo training Is first and best. Let This, too, Is oft pin sadly imperfect, RHRRRRRBRRRRBhRRRLRyMBBRRW V 4" your girl know everything her moth- it will not always bo so, we believe. er knows. Lot your boy bo as skill- Wo are going to havo better school ful as his father. I llko to see the trustevs and better teachers. Hut father sit back on the wagon scat even as It Is the homo school Is some Many a Pearsons' Hall Dormitory for Young Men nnd have his little boy drhe. That thing of priceless value. Is training. Then comes tho train- boy has walked a hundred miles and In tho new Pearsous and Howard ing of the school teacher. And fin- slept on a bara floor and lived upon make It, but we havo seen Us body grow In tho last tow years Halls whero they havo tomo, special ally. If tho parent and school teach- little or nothing In order that ho er havo been skilled thero will begin might get something ot that educa- from three hundred a year to four- comforts, pay ten cents a week more. And In the third place, wo provide tho training of tho boy or girl by tion which Is now offered freely to teen hundred; and Its buildings InIs tho every American child In his homo crease from four or flvo so that wo good training. Young peoplo who themselves. thing that finally lasts nnd counts, school. THE CITIZEN published an now havo moro than twenty; and Its llvo with us learn how to attend to l'aronts and teachers, when wo have article a few years ago proving that group of teachers mount from a doz- business nnd to attend to lessons trained our boys and girls to tho the schooling which a child gets In en up to nearly a hundred. Many of which nro taught them. They learn won ono summer's freo school, If ho at you have seen somo of the young how to Judge, reason and decldo, and wu have habit of tends from start to finish and does lieoplo who havo been at Berea and thoy are given tho most useful inforsuccess. his best, Is worth about three hundred you know whether they havo been mation so that they know the things tho Improved or not. Wo havo partly which men and women ought to now a word to tho boys. I dollars. That means that on And average tho boys and girls who havo failed with somo ot our students but know. claim I boy. a been havo You can see at once how much bo to a good Kentucklan be- had Bovoral years ot schooling earn wo bollevo that nearly all ot them moro and havo that much have learned things at Berea which mere such a school can do for its cause I cboso this state to live. In. that much mora ot the good things ot llfo by aro priceless In value and that thoy pupils. Wo have been working for Dut I remember the stnto of my placo years to get this splendid outfit. Now the "Empire State," New reason ot what thoy havo received will always look back to that birth wo havo so many students and no DeWItt Clinton at tho homo school. But tho homo as a second home. York, tho state of Is worth moro than can !o Now lot me tell you some of the many teachers that we can put each and William II. Seward and Theo-dor- o school In money. It Is there things wo try to do for the young student In a group ot young people Roosevelt. I know bow the measured to havo battles with that wo learn how to learn. It people who come to us for a few llko himself, and wo can have each boys thero used get months or a tew years. class taught by a teacher who is a snowballs, and to skato on tho frox-o- n Is thore that we learn how to rlvors, and how, In tho summer, thoy used to hunt squirrels and partridges. And I havo caught tho great fish called sturgeons, six feet long, out ot Lako Erie. I know how a boy loves to work and yet he doesn't. Ho feels dissatisfied If ho never can do things or bring things to pass, and yet he feels restless when the day's work Is too long. I learned to plow, to bind grain and to graft fruit trees. And I learned something about training myself doing the things that wore hard to do, looking at my faults and trying to mend them. And per- BOYS i First thore Is Berea Collego which Schdol at Berea. n, w college course at Berea know something. Thoso who graduate from our College Department are ready to catch step with any of tho scholars of tho world. Then there Is the Academy. The Academy does two things: first. It fits people to enter the collego; but moro practical and moro Important than this, It Ives thoso who cannot have the full college course THE NEXT BEST THING In tho two years or throe years course In the more important subjects. If ono cannot havo tho full collego "course, but still desires to bo a good doctor or lawyer or preacher, he should tako this English Academy course. Ho can select his studios according to his llfo plans. If he Is going to be a lawyer ho 'will bo specially interested in the history, tho science of government, the science MM fm 13 1 DESIRE. Prof. Edwards sin-lade- n - SSIlBBsjsv, s he Is to be a doctor ho will bo especially Interested In tho botany, which treats of plants, and tho physiology nnd the chemistry. If he U to be a preacher lie will want tho elocution, tho rhetoric, tho history, tho science of conduct, etc. And tho girls will want tho household management and tho nursing and the music. Then thero aro the Vocational Schools. Hero we group In ono department under Dean Marsh all thoso schools which prepare boys and girls for tho Important work of life which of wealth, the science of conduct. If In music and drawing, and they have one lesson In agriculture every week, and the boys are taught something of tho use of tools and tho girls something of tho uso of the needle and the cook stove. Now all these helps to parents and aspiring young people Berea College offers at rates which make It OPEN TO EVERYBODY WHO HAS THE Good people havo given stu-do- nt g g the most practical teach them THEIR branches TO INCREASE EARNING POWER. For thoso who are to be farmers wo havo tho School of Mountain Agriculture. I toll you, friends and neighbors, our farmers are not getting as much as they ought to get out of their farms. We can teach your boys to raise better stock and better fruits and better crops gonerally. Would not it be better to ralso fifty bushels ot corn on one acre than to raise fifty bushels ot corn on ten acres and havo to run over the whole lot for tho stray ears? It Is tlmo wo had scientific agriculture here In eastern Kentucky. And thero Is tho woodwork depart ment. Kentucky U proud of its forests. We have the oak nnd tho black walnut and a good deal yet of tho poplar and linn. But what do we do with this precious stuff? We send it up to Michigan, whero they know how to mako furniture, and then wo buy it back In tables and chairs. Why Bhould not our own young men learn how to use tools? us tho money to build our buildings nnd tho money to pay our teachers. Tho school Is open to all who will Just como and pay a small fee and help themselves to the privileges of Berea. It Is within your reach. Remember every scholar has a chance to earn some money, nnd tho total expenses for tho fall term of fourteen weeks, Just ready to begin, are only, for tho College student, $33.00; for an Academy or Normal studont, $32.00; and for a student In tho Normal, Vocational or Foundation school only $i!9.00. You pay a penny and you get fortune! One word more. Why come in tho fall term? Because you can como now, and something may turn up to stop oa later on. Becauso the board and other expenses are cheaper in the fall than laU.r In tho year. Because tho tall Is tho best tlmo to study. Becauso if you start in tho fall you have a chance of having sufull year of school, and all our studentSTwlll tell you that onp year taken' straight together is more profitable than several fractions of a year?" I have not said a word about tho temptations of boys, the ruin of boy.i, tho tilings that happen to tho boys wl o do not get started on the right k all these enemies track. Wo by pitching In for education. out-flan- FURNITURE The happiest couples in the world are the ones who bujr their Furniture at Welch's. We have the best looking line of Furniture, Rugs, Carpets and Wall Paper in Madison County. r THE VALUE OF EQUIPMENT Its Effect lpon Both Teacher and Pupil. haps the most Important thing which I remember about my boy life Is Its dreams. I used to climb up Into a seat which I bad made (or myself at the top of a tall oak tree, and thero, bidden In the branches, with the birds and sometimes stars (or my companions, I thought about tho future. I dreamed about tho coming days when I would bo stronger and and older and wiser. I taller went through In imagination, the Journeys I would take, the difficulwould overcome, the victories ties f WELCH'S "and Save the Difference" A man who had had a good teacher remarked that all that was necessary for a collego was to have a philosopher at ono end of a log and a student at tho other end. And tho log might bi poplar or mahogany, sound or hoi-l- w In fact, In his mind, It was not evio necessary to have a log at all. We would not know how to fight ty;ho!d or tuberculosis and prevent great epidemics and scourges ot diseaseand we could not be building the Panama canal without thU knowledgeIf mea still persisted la this foolish Idea of what makes a school. Neither would we know the secrets ot rotation of crops, nor the points la CsBtUlMd M Slltk Ff t I Fay Four- - THE CITIZEN. September 7, .191 1 W. B. CORSET JtWt Guaranteed Not To Rust ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssB This latest W. B. accomplishment again emphasizes the superiority of the W. B. product. a J5 d R. H. CHRISMAN Undertaking and Embnlnilnfj A Complete Line of Modern Funernl Supplies. Nlitfit E. F. COYLE You. pay less. SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. Day Phone 20 40 .or gat more Qoaoaooooeooooaeoeooooaoaooooooooa o o Creek, Mich. Miss Esther Merry, of the Hospital forco, left, Monday, for Anadolko, FROM A NEWS OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED Oklahoma, where she has a position. VARIETY OF SOURCES Mrs. E. F. Dlzney has returned from a very pleasant visit at her old home in Eastern Michigan. Boys WANTED: and girls at Mrs. Lucy Adams. Prof and Mrs. Dodgo arrived, Welch's soo the ad. about the Junior Mr. and Mrs. Mullott are being visfrom the National EncampContest. ited, this week, by their daughter and ment at Rochester. They report tho Postmaster Welch returned, Thurs Mr. and Mrs. W. i. most enjoyable gathering of tho 0. day, from a week's visit among old Barnes of Cruders Port, Pa. ruoxK A. R, hosts of recent years. After friends in Nlcholasville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson moved into tho breaking up of tho encampment OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE to Miss Smith, former secretary their beautiful now home at the end they spent a few days with their son tho President, who resigned her po of Jackson St,, Monday. For nice in Eastern New York and made BRECK DAN sition owing to sickness, two years homes and beautiful views, Jackson several stops on the way homo with ago will return to the same position St., is hard to beat friends. Jils year, Miss Murray, who has bMurence filled her place during the interim, Richmond, Ky. laving also resigned to accept a post Phone 505 to in New York City. Col L.J. Crawford of Newport, Ky., Look for Welch's ad. In regard to will address tho voters of Berea In the Junior Contest. the interest of the Republican State Mr. C. M. Canlleld and wife re- Tickot at 1 p. m.. Sept 13th. turned to Berea, the first of the week Miss Martha Sproule teaches for after spending the summer with Mr. tho coming year under the superinteii' parents In Ohio. They are Canfleld's dence of Mr. Sackett In Hancock Co , packing their goods, expecting to Ohio. Mr. Sackett will be remembered move to Ohio in a few days. as a Berea worker two years ago. Miss Ruby Smith who is teaching J. Thompson Baker, '97, of Logan, near Richmond was in town over Iowa, was a visitor in Berea a few Sunday. days ago, having come over from hlo MlssLucy Holllday returned, Sat- father's homo at Wallaceton. urday, from Battle Creek, Michigan, Mr. J. P. Blcknell returned, Tueswhere sho has been spending tho day, from Bloomlngton, 111. summer. Mr. Clinton Early who has been in Mr. Dan Click of Kerby Knob was tho hospital with typhoid fever 13 in Berea, Saturday. able to be out again. Mr. Walter Collins and wife of New Mr. Herbert Todd who has been at Cole's Hot Blast Draft on top ol the lire bums the coal from the top burns Madison, Ohio, were in Berea from Battle Creek, Mich., this summer re tb' git, which is wasted with all other stoves. Monday until Thursday of this week. home, Wednesday. The force oi this down draft forcas the heat to the bate which Is made of turned Mr. Collins was a student hero a , tteel cannot burn out and heats the iloor. Mr. Oscar Hayes who spent the part of last year. Thouaands ol testimonials have been written regarding the bate beating summer at his home in Indiana has qualities oi The Junior Contest is now on at returned. Welch's. The best thing that .ever Miss Viola Click, left Monday, for happened In Berea for the boys and Oklahoma whore she is to teach. girls. Mr. Will Click who has been In The ideal heating stove is one which radiates all the heat thrown oil If om Mr. Walter Dlzney was home over Tennessee, returned to Berea, Thurs the luel into the rooms Instead ol letting it go up ths chimney. Sunday from MIddlesboro, Ky. The durable heater is the one which will withstand the severe use, year day. Mr. John F. Dean was In Rlchmoud, after yeir, which o heating stove is necessarily subjected to. Sheet tteel is from Miss Leila Clark returned the quickest radiator ol heat and it used as radiating surface only in Cole's Hoi Monday, on business. N. Y., Tuesday. She will Blast heater. Wherever the iucl comes In contact with the linings only lirst Prof, t Seale returned, Saturday, Chautauqua, quality gray cast iron It used. horo until next week, then from ShelbyvtTle where he has been remain to Cast iron withstands the wear ol the heat Irom active combustion better sho goes her new home In West engaged in soma work in connection than any other material, and the large, sensitive, tbeet metal body and bate Virginia. radiate ait the heat into the rooms. with Lincoln Institto. Mrs. S. L. Clark, leaves, Thursday, Burnt Solt Coal, Slack, Lignite, Hard Coal, Wood and lighter lucL Mrs. Joe Bender of Richmond was Make your selection now. for Bethany, W. Va. in town at tho first of tho week. . Mr. Josle Garcia, a former student 'Misses Nina and Bertha King spont Met $12.00 Steady Even returned for school. the latter part of last week with Mr. of Berea, has Gay sue! Upward Miss Etta visited with her Temperature According to Day and and Mrs. U. M. Burgess at Paint lister in Winchester from Saturday MaM. Hit and Finish Lick. inm until Monday. 0 Mrs. John Cornett has been visitMr. Chas. Burdetto was in Riching with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. mond, Monday. II. KC Richardson. A surpriso party was given to Miss Mrs. Robert Rogers and daughter, Ella Adams, Tuesday night, in honEstella, from Nlcholasville, returned or of her birthday. , home Monday after a week's visit Miss Graco Adams from Richmond with Mrs. Rogers's mother, Mrs. P. Is visiting her mother for a few days. J. Powley. Mrs. Adams and son Charlie, wero Christian Endeavor. Society will in Wildlo, Wednesday. meet Sunday, 6:30 p. tn. Subject: Misses Amy Todd and Bettle Lowls "What Is Worth While." Leader Miss were the guests of Miss Eva Lewis Corwin. of Kingstou, 'Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tarlton Combs reMr. Goo. Faulkner who has been turned, Saturday night, from their out west returned to bis home last visit among friends and relatives in week. Magoffin County. Mr. Bruce Faulkner who has been visiting relatives in Campton during 'Aden Ogg left, Monday, for Haro-gatTenn., where he will be In tho summer has returned home. Mr. John Fugett and family from 6chool this year. Quite a number of old students are Broadhead vlsltod Mrs. Fugett's moth already In town for the opening of er, Mrs. P. J. Powley from Sunday till Tuesday. tho Fall Term. Miss Speer is entertaining her moth cr who came, Monday night Mr. II. P. Eastman, Ottawa, Ohio, arlved on Tuesday and began Ills ' BUY duties as stenographer In the office of the Purchasing agent. He is u brother of Leroy Eastman who was n formor studont at uerea. The Finest Line of Wedding Holinan Adams, Vernlo Smith and Rings Ever Shown in Berea in Oscar Hayes arrived this week to begin tholr work in the Library. SterlGold, Gold-fille- d, Mrs. U, II. Roberts has gone to the ing Silvc, Cut Glass home of her daughter In New York o LOCAL PAGE 0tooaofoiototolotootoooioaoooooflooototofloa DR. BEST, DENTIST cm H. Dr. Cowley arrived last Friday, but Mrs. Cowley did not reach Berea till Wednesday morning. BOARDERS WANTED I have opened up my residence, across tho railroad from the Roller Mills near the station, as a Hotel and Boarding House and am prepared to accommodate both regular and transient guests. Torms reasonable. ' Mr. Rhodus of tho firm of Rhodus and Hays arrived Sunday night from 'his vacation, spent largely at Battle y, son-in-la- i3 Fire, Life ani Accident Foundation School Industrial BuildMr. and Mrs. Snodgrass of Harlan, spent Friday at tho home of E. K. ing. All youug women find full direcDlzney. Mr. Snodgrass Is a Sunday tions at tho Ladies Hall. School missionary in Eastern All young men find full directions Mr. and Mrs. J. W Stephens woro in corldor of Lincoln Hall. Ask for the Outdo Card. visited over Sunday by their brother-in-laThe now Dean of the Collegiate Mr. S. Rolnhart of CincinDepartment, Prof. E. C. Downing, Ph. nati. Tho arrival of a fine girl baby was V., iato of Macalestcr College, Bt, a pleasant addition to the Haldano Paul, Mlunesota, will bo at tho Collegiate office akslsted by Dr. Robhomo, last Thursday. A new member was added to the ertson. The now Professor of Mathematics, family circle at Mr. and Mrs. Chris-man'Monday morning a fine boy. Mr. Horace K. Cromer, will occupy a Invitations havo been received in room in Pearsons Hall. Dr. Downing Berea to tho wedding of Miss Katlar- - will bo thero also for this term, as his ino Jackson, of London, Ky., to Mr. family cannot leave their St. Paul William F. French which Is to take homo at onco. Mr. Letcher Gabbard of Owsley Co, place, Sept. 12th. Miss Jackson Is oiio of tho most highly accomplished one of Uerea's best products, will women of Eastern Kentucky and is assist Supt, Edwards in the Foundawell known &nj pleasantly remember- tion School in placo of Mr. Dlxney, ed in Berea. On tho occasion of her who goes to Harlan County to ocvisit at Pres. Frost's last year, sho cupy an educational position of great Wo congratulate both several times addressed the student Importance. gentlemen, and shall comment on this body and onco pleasantly entertained tho convocation. Her Interest in change further next week. Tho town of Uerea too often forgets Mountain ballads will be recalled. to bo thankful for Its remarkable health record. We are now pactlcally SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS Immune from the sicknesses which afFALL TEIIM opens with tho prows flict most of our neighbors, and mujt slon at "MO on Wednesday morning, await a death from overwork or old Koa-tuck- y. s, Warm Floors Insure the Children's Health Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater ' WELCH'S Sept. 13th. ago! Offices are open as follows: Tho renovation of Ladles Hall MONDAY, Sept. 11. Offices open makes It undoubtedly tho best homo 1:30 to 4:00 p. m. Especially for resi- for young women students In the ' i dents of Berea, and students already South. In town. All who can should uso Improvements in Science Hall The these hours and avoid tho crowds greatly increase tho facilities In . Chomlstry and Physics. later. Residents of Uerea are urged to The changes In tho Industrial Buildenter for tho year. Those who do not ing give now interest to Sloyd, Hot-an- y register in tho Fall cannot bo admitand Mountain Agriculture, and ted In the Winter. thero aro moro to follow. TUESDAY, 7:40 to 12:00, and 1:30 Tho Music Department will bo to C:00 p. m. strengthened by moro superior work on tho Cabinet organ, and somo now WEDNESDAY. 7:40 a. m. Procession moves from Ladles Hall. 8:00 n. Instruments as well as by a good Inm. Opening Exercises in Chapel. structor in tho violin. Offices open 8:30 to 12, and 3:00 to Tho two athletic fields will bo la 5:00. good condition, and the one on LinAfternoon classes will meet for 45 coln Field devoted to tho Foundaminute periods from 1:30 to 3:00. tion School. THURSDAY, Classes moot as us"CALIFORNIA" ual- from 7:40 a. in. If you aro thinking of coming or Offices at regular places 10:00 to 11:00 a. m. and 1:30 to 2:30, and 3:30 want to know why you should com to California, write to xne, and I to 5:00 p. m. shall take delight In tailing yo why. IAL Ol'ENINO OFFI CES, On Monday, Tuesday and and giving you any Information you Wednesday the assigning officers will may desire. I am a Kent uck las and bo found as follows, some of them lu take a special Interest in Kentucky larger rooms than their regular offi- people. 1 havo been In California ten years, on the farm and thoroughly ces. understand the soil and conditional. College Lincoln Hall, No. 12. It you think of coming to California Normal Lincoln Hall, No. 2. Academy Chapel, Upper corridor. drop me a line, Yours truly, II. L. Bishop, Vocational Lincoln Hall, Upper Klngsburg, Frensn County, Cal. Corridor. ' DAYS-SPEC- ' For Good Clothing, Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes, Men's, Women's and Children's Furnishings r Yf FROM e, WEDDING PRESENTS Zbc IRachet Store ENGRAVING FREE State to visit her granddaughter, her Mary Louise. Miss Raymond returned from vacation', Monday. MAIN, ST. RHODUS STORE HAYES THE QUALITY BEREA, KY. 4 September 7, ign. THE CITIZEN. Page Five. TALK IS CHEAP monejr. So we will save our talk about the details of these goods you have to see them to appreciate the excellence of quality, variety and quantity as for the prices they tell WE SELL But when it is put into newspaper space it costs Zaring's Flour 45c The Best Made tip , Why Buy Inferior Flours? JUST RECEIVED AN ORIGINAL STORY Solid oak dresser $5.00, $6.00, $7.50 and up to $20.00. Solid oak bed room suits (not imitation) $15.00, $18.00 to $40.00. Quartered oak vclour covered couches $8.50, $10.00 and $12.00. Roll seat quartered OAK or mahogany rockers $3.00 each. Stand tables 20x20 OAK, $1.00, others $1.50 to $6.00. Library tables 26x44 OAK $3.50 to $10.00. Brass beds with 2 inch post, $10.00. With a 45 lb. felt mattress to fit it at $5.00 each. $325.00 Pianos at agent's price for $200.00 on liberal terms. 9x12 Axnunster rugs $15.00, 9x12 Brussels rug $10.00. 9x12 seamless velvets $20.00, 36x72 velvets $3.00. - A Large Line of New Clothing FALL AND WINTER STYLES You Can Buy the Same Quality SHOES for Less Money than Sold by Others (V All Welcome! A Country Store in Town! Come in! RANGES $15.00, $17.50, $20.00 and $25.00. I'm $5.00 under on each 'in prioe and $5.00 over on each in Quality. BUGGIES steel tire, rubber top, $40.00. Rubber tire, leather top, $65.00. Best American Steel and WireCo's. field fence 25c. per rod. ROOFING, heaviest quality v crimp 28 guage painted, $2.00 per square. " " " galvanized, $3.2 s " " fertilizer lor wheat, good, 90c. per hundred. Best, $1.30 per hundred. Other bargains by the score. All 25c. mattings 20c. All 30c. mattings 25c. Phone 60 CUT LOOSE (Continued from R. J. ENGLE, THE COOK STOVE BEFORE LATIN Berea, Ky. firitpfc (Coutlnued from first page.) See R. H. CHRISMAN. 'THE FURNITURE MAN" parent reject such an offer! "Is tho development of a young man's Intellectual and moral powers Three Important Questions for Every Boy and Girl. ( a matter of less Importance than the uoveiopmoni 01 U18 ooany powers! To every boy and girl growing la tnoro easily than he bad even dared Merrill E. Gates. strength and looking forward to lit" to hope. Let every boy who wants "hope and ambition, U10 three to go to college havo faith that LETTER TO THE EDITOR with questions at tho head of tbii artldo ho can. Lot him make known his Tho following letter has been reshow that ho Is worth educatare bound to come whenever tho Is rati-e- d. ing, watch for every opportunity ceived by Tho Citizen from a friend: question of going to College Hydcn. Ky.. Aug. 27. '11. mat oriors and lay bis plans to go ' The wrltar well remembers how To bo sure It does some times seem Dcar Editor: It is rumored here that a disease tho threo questions camo to him hopeless. Parents do not encourago about thirty year ago when he was It but oven oppose, oxpenses, as they has been brought to this country, colng to school In a western city. are figured, up look so largo, oven directly from Italy which has a deadTho first ono, Should IT was never though they mny bo really small; ly effect and that tho State Hoard of argued at all. So strong was the tho time seems so long. Many a boy Health knows no remedy for It, nor love of study that It seemed only or girl cannot get beyond this ques- do they understand It. It Is further tho natural thing to contlnuo It as tion. They think they cannot go to reported mac tncru are some coses long as It was possible to do so. college. Let any such who read this of It In Borea. I think a word In Tho Citizen about Nor does It need to bo argued tiy article remember that all ot the need not bo met at once, and mis migm be reassuring to your many who will read (his article. Every school house thruout th moun- that tho money comes more easily I readors and prospective students. Yonra rpurwWfnllv.. j tains Is full of boys and girls who than seems possible. Many ways to Chester Dixon. earn money arlso thnt cannot bo foreknow they should. Wo wish to assuro our frlonds that aro seen. Tho tlrno passes even too quickAll bojra and girls, however, not allko and some will falter at ly and It seems short as It Is looked there Is no truth In that report. this question. Let any such rcmem back upon. Parents become Interest- There Is no new and dangerous dls- lor Uiat an education, good and ed when they come to seo what It easo In Berea nor In Kentucky. We If doing for their boys and girls. Th i surmise that tho cause of this scare thorough, opens many a door to that would otherwise re- wholo of tho battle Is In making tho Is the report widely circulated In main closod; that an education Is start. Tho boy or girl who can start our dally papers concerning a certain disease, pellagra. This Is a pemore necessary today than over be- to collego can generally stay. Tho third question, Will IT is af- culiar disease which has been known fore If ono wishes to succeed; that It brings a satisfaction that nothing ter all tho test of tho boy and for a long time In some parts ot else can bring. It Is time, money, girl. Tho old adage, "whero there's Europe. Lately It has been found that and energy well spent. Whoever heard a will there's a way," Is Just as thoro aro a few cases ot It In this however, Is of anyone regretting going to colleget true now as evor. Happy the boy country. Tho disease, Tho second question, Can IT bother- or girl who answers this question not contageous and so we havo no ed the writer and It bothers a great early and firmly. How aro you go- nocd to fear It. A few cases of such many boys and girls. He was a ing to answer It? There Is Just a a dlsoaso among 100,000,000 pcoplo poor boy and did not sep how ho week now before college opens. WiJl ought scarcely to attract our attention. could get to collego. But faith never you bo thoro? Itlght hero wo wish to state that J . It. llobortson. faltered and tho way opened far Borea Is ono of tho most healthy do-slr- o, ' -J Should I? Can I? Will I? The widest education is none too good for one who is to become a homemaker as most women do become, but no girl should study Latin or any college subject before she e, Is able to kindle a fire In a control it, cook a plain appetizing meal, and know what foods Committee on School Board of Donv4r wilt glvo a balanced diet for herand is called upon to give twice as self and family. The Home Science of Berea pro many lectures as ho can give In tho Rocky Mountains. Frank Roberts was cut loose, by a school board, from a small school In Ohio. Today he Is president of & University. and cured meats and cook-stov- havo the courage to cut loose from his Job. At tho end ot three years tho school board cut him loose and ho went to college. This samo boy refused threo thousand dollars lo superintend another school the coming year. He praises the day that country school board decided to cut him looso.' A young man wanted to go away to college but ho had a girl at home. Ho could not lcavo her. Soon a young preacher who had been to college came Into tho community and toot: the girl. Tho boy was then freo to go to school. You will see men every day advising boys to do things they had not the courage to do when they were boys. "Don't drink. Don't uso tobacco. Save your money. Go away to school and get an education," are among the chief subjects of advice. Daniel Webster cut loose, left the farm and went to collego. Ills neighbor did not havo tho courage to do so. Years afterward the neighbor told of his friend, Danny Webster, what a good fellow ho was and how well ho coflT3Tdo on a farm and added, "but ho went away to school and I have never heard from him since." Which will you be, Webster or his neighbor? D. E. Phillips cut loose from his ox team in West Virginia to fio away to school and today he Is Prof, of Philosophy In the University of Denvor, chairman of tho Teachers' of what they were made. buy the machlno made clolh and most of tho work, except tho care of the house and the cooking of tho food, has passed or Is passing out ot tho homo. Many of our girls for various vides this education needed by every young woman. "Young women who complete this Today' we course will be able to make their reasons aro not taught to do this work. No training Is given the girl ot today to tako the place ot this long experience and practice ot her grandmother. We ask ourselves the question, aro the girls of today as competent and as well educated as were their grandmothers and Is there not danger of each generation knowing a little less than the preceding one? Much oighteen garments la suitable style, to pro-vlgood food properly cooked and served, to give care In ordinary sickness, and will have tho general Intelligence that every home needs." Abblo S. Merrow. FOR do SALE" Lot on Depot Street Joining the skating rink on the west, 74 feet front by 143 feet back. For particulars call upon or phone, A. P. Settle, Kingston, Madison County, Ky. BARGAIN OH TaRM tlrno from six to A bargain It taken In next sixty is Bpent In tho schoolroom out ot touch with tho concerns ot tho days. On account of health, I will homo. She comes out of school, of- sell my farm consisting of 105 acres, ten to marry at once, with little or kltuated 4 miles from Paint Lick In no preparation for, this greatest of Garrard County, Kentucky, on turnall responsibilities, home making. pike, near good school and church. This ought not to be. No girl should This farm Is well Improved, has good be for any great length ot Ume out new house, 2 tobacco barns that of touch with the affairs ot the homo. hold 25 acres, good young orchard, She should have systematic Instruc- and Is well watered! For further Intion In household affairs during these formation address, O. P. Terrill, Lan- ot the girl's years, taking school soma science. each year while In caster, Ky. branch ot household Red Cross Flour, 65 cents. Every Sack Guaranteed TATUM'S PALACE MEAT MARKET 501b. Best Bargains that have ever been offered In farms, beautiful building lots, houses and lots, and first class Dr. Cowley. business lots. Wo can suit the purchaser In almost any kind of properFOR SALE ty he wants, as the above havo been Carnegie Library My Poplar Spring farm of 140 acres, carefully selected In the. most deslr-ab- lo parts of tho town. Wo can soil you a farm ot a few acres 8 room dwelling, largo framed store near town for a small amount ot "la these days of freo schools and goes to collego, Is not a sufficient house. Good barn, will shelter Z6 money, or, anything from this up to ample opportunities, the quwtlon is reason for narrowing that young man's horses. This property lies on the a first class Blue Grass farm. snot, "Why should this young man llfo by tho ea.ly arrest ot tho process proposed Government pike, 8 miles If you have any notion ot C go to collego?" but "Why should ho of education. Suppose that a man ot 'from Berea, partly In hockcostle and Interested In a beautiful location apt 'go to collego?" Tho parent who woaltb were to make this offer to 'partly in Jackson Counties. Prlco at, or near Berea, It will certainly be - me rainor ot a neaimy ooy oi lour- - 115 per acre can open the way tor bis Bon to soIt sold at once. The to your Interest to call and see or buildings aro worth twlco the monoy. write to (fluf a liberal education has no more teen: 'iJJiA to decline to do so than be has "Strap your son's right arm to bis This Is a fine opening for a country Wyatt and Cornelius, wL 4e tho boy's right arm fast tit side and koep It there till he Is twen store besides being a good farm. Tho Real Estate Rooms No. 1, 2 and 10. jhnPalde and let it wither, or refuse ty flvo years old, letting tho arm land Ilea well, halt of It can be plowCo, Building, to give him healthful nutriment. wither, and I will give him, ten thou- ed both ways. W. B. Harris, Berea, Berea Bank and Trust Berea, Ky. "And the assertion that a young sand dollars more than he could Ky. man can make more money by tlw earn If he wore to work steadily time ho is thirty, If ho goes Into busi- from now until he Is twenty-five.- " ness at fifteen, than he can If he "With what indignation would the towns In Kentucky. Whllo typhoid is raging in other places we aro al most froe from it. Tho college and part ot the town Is supplied with spring water from tho mountains five miles away and typhoid Is unknown among tho oxcluslvo users of this Prank Waltham cut loose from a small farm in Holmes County, Ohio, at tho age of 16 without money. Today he Is one of tho world's greatest nature painters. What aro yo going to do about it? Do you have tho nerve to "cut loose?" BEST BARGAINS lard. Call for what you Fresh want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for butter, eggs and chickens cans 10c per lb. smaller lots 12c Pure home rendered lard KIdd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. water. GOOD SHOES GOOD SERVICE Once ypu get an idea of DOtJGLAS SHOES quality and service we confidently count on your return for more. DOUGLAS SHOES are better because they are better made. There is polish and refinement to them. When a customer wants real character in his shoes it is a satisfaction to show him DOUGLAS SHOES. We have opened up our fall line and have them in all the newest styles. Why Should He Not Go To CoBege?j?telS'SS 1 ) oats and Containing twenty acres ten In original forestry, ten nve cottages, lour fronting poreniBt. Invimtmentjt In wall Hiiluctiul real estate In crowin? communities are sure and safe and bust for small bavlngs, Huy this property and you are ouyingan inneritanco. 1 have retddent property, storo property, and building lots for sale In Ilaroa, rangiag In price from $110 up, Improved from 1300 to $5,000. Also bluegrass farms in Madison and Garrard Co; mountain farms in Jaokson and ltockcastle Co. I can suit you In farms any whero In prices from 11,000 to $20,004. acres, real black walnut blue grass land In Garrard Co. One farm of 2 '2 miles westot l'alnt Lok, Ky. This farm is nearly all in grass, well improved, and will suit any one wanting a splendid farm. If you are planning to buy Ileal Kstate, do not delay but writs or call on me at onoe for particulars and terms. -J 1- ONLY ONE FARM IN InBEREA grass, The, Best Qualities of .A Staple and Fancy Groceries That the market can afford. Try a sack of our Lexington Cream Flour or Zarings patent Flour, two of the best on the market. If we please you tell others; if not tell us. Main St. W. I. DOOLEY Bra,Ky. R. R. COYLE J. f. MCKNELL Page Six. rHE CITIZEN. gcthcr! September 7, 19 1 1 . In tho third placo, Tho Citizen money soiling cattle or buying his fruits, I havo flowers, Now to moot this need some of lis gives tho real news that la import stock of goods by knowing how prt The birds aro my morning charmers; ,n D,croa a ,Ioxen rtod a ant promptly and fully. You know cos run in tho great markets. s So you jolly dogs now, here Is jroa,r" Music, Good Sports and Good Feeling Six Districts Compete-Go- od ovcry week what has been happening Cod bless the plow, In tho twelfth placo, there is the v.uunuy L.IIC anu naiacs to you about Tho CItlzon, which was In tho groat world, what has boon rchool column, which helps tho young Long life nnd content to tho farmRecommends The Citizen. started on purposo to help this nctnl happening at Washington, what has teachor and thus helps every scholar ers." of tho fanners for niontoJ food. Thero boon happening In our own state and , In tho district. I wish I could tell you alt tho Saturday morning It was good (o nro twc educational Institutions nt what has been happening in your of good Hero s a wholo wagon-loa- d THE VALUE OF EQUIPMENT boo tho roads leading toward Mallory things I saw In tho ocean voyage Itcrea, Dcrca Col logo and Tho Citizen. own neighborhood. things going Into evory houso where Continual from Third I thronged by happy and the time I spent in England, quite Springs ,g The ft In tho fourth place, there Is tho thoy will pay a dollar for a wholo . laces, .. 0 locounnu una r raucu. 1 iuuuu luings Sunday School lesson. This Is tho year. I count it a bargain and a tho selection of good stock, if somo ' "All play and no work makes Jack Iitttt n a lhav nM (liiaffllwf In (fin I nnd wo don't expect to make any lesson that Is studied by almost alt blosslng. men had not gono further than the boy; gcogrnphy. Tho Atlantic Ocean is a bad Wo spending VT J,,V. "All work and no play makes Jack three thousand miles across, London wo 7 wo tako Tho Citizen wo money nro publishing a groat deal of philosophical oducatlon on tho log. have boon sinking money right world. ., , , .. in . this iapor and a dull boy." Tho equipment of a school is second did want to havo a can keep up with this great army wo want you all to havo tho benefit out Six school districts had turned IB IUU IllUUUUlIU only to tho teachor. Give a good IVIUU Ul newspaper that could go Into every of Ulblo students. of It, Think it over and tho next . for a basket picnic. Croat Urltaln. I know for I havo teachor a poor school house, a miser In tho fifth place, thcro Is tho tlmo you como to Ucrca call at Tho Wo think there was plenty to eat, Iboen there and blo black-boarwhere his need Is greatest. Tho far- Wo hear somo words of Citizen offlco nnd subscribe Hut I lovo to be hero in Kentucky, but tho eating is not tho main thing books, and he will nlraost glvo up In may be shut up at home with mcr from tho great preachers of And now I wish to Invito each at tho right kind of a picnic. Tho and when I am In Kentucky I would a lamo ankle or because despair. Kvon tho host teacher will the bridge tho nation. family to soud ono boy or girl to boys and girls had soma good romps 'rather bo In tho mountains tlinn any ns much under Is washed away. Ho may miss hear- In tho sixth place, there Is tho Dorca to school this fall. Tho term accomplish but half around tho springs, nnd Pres. Frost where else. I bellevo lu country life. lng sermons because such circumstances ns ho would with tho preacher TemMranco column, and wo keep lioglns September 13th, n week from taught the boys some of the sports good equipment. falls to get around. But the news- - track of tho progrt-sof thl.i grent next Wednesday. Do not put 11 off. n good building nnd usod on shipboard. Tho rooster fight I havo sceri most of tho grent cities But tho greatest effect of nil Is on paer will find Its way to him every reform. II K ON HAND T11K FIltST DAY OF was something now and "taking." of tho world, I am acquainted with week, If ho Tho student may not is a subscriber. Tho Unit- - I In tho soventh place, thcro is THE SCHOOL YEAR. Wo are able tho studonL And tho music. Tho big Victrola hundreds of peoplo who are working ed States government belloves that tho children's column. I tell you It to mako tho education a good deal know It, tho parent may not know It, gavo us selections, comic nnd pathetic, in shops nnd factories and stores and nro that the taufesf choaier in tho fall than at any other but the chances from tho great singers and tho big offices, but I bellevo tho people who time. You only pay five dollars for knows It and feels It. Tho bands and wound up by a speech In aro born In tho country nnd who fourteen wooks of school, and your teacher goes where the best school tho volco of Pres. Taft. Miss Am llvo there have a better tlmo In this board and room only costs you a Is so that ho can havo a good chance. Is tho prldo of all Madl-feo- n world and a bettor chance of getting brose, who dollar nnd soventy-flvcents a week, And tho best school Is tho school and Jackson Counties, sang two to heaven. while In winter It costs you two with good location, good buildings. mjIos, nnd Mr. Dick led In somo gen- In tho first place, country life is dollars a week. But tho great rea- tho materials nnd tools to work with, oral songs that gave every ono n Independent. The owner of a farm All son Is that tho fall Is tho best time nnd It has tho best teachers. ebanco to mako a joyful noise. Is boss as well as workman. Ho has to study, and It you como then you thoso things go togother to Impress . President Frost spoko in part ns the fun of management and It makes can gut a full year; and If you wish tho student that ho Is at school follows: him a bigger man than tho fellow to earn a part of your cxiwnsos you business, that ho has all ho needs Friends nnd Neighbors: who works always at one bench in Kp can get a bettor Job of work by learn with, that his teachers kno Many have asked me today why a shop or at one counter in a store, being on hand at tho beginning. their subjects and are anxious for his It Is so long slnco I havo visited my And the farmer Is not so helpless as Kvory year more and more young advancement. Theso aro tho silent friends at Mallory Springs nnd I real- tho city man. With his land and peoplo aro finding out the advant but powerful factors In education. ly want to have you know. I often his crops and his animals and his age of starting In nt tho beginning Thcro Is a small Instrument that fear you think Berea College Is rich own roof over his head ho Is a kind of tho school year. Last fall wo shows tho power of sunlight. We all nnd Its president can do just what of king. had a hundred more students than know that whlto clothes are cooler ho Is a mind to. Let mo tako you And country life Is healthful. At wo had over had at tho beginning. than black ones because they Into my confidence today and explain nny rate, you do not have to be reflect This year wo want two hundred; more, most of tho sunlight. Tho small boy to you a little about tho business of madr sick by your neighbor's dirt.. AND WE WANT YOU. knows how to mako a wooden windtho president of a College like And you are out of doors. At tho Berea has so many departments nnd mill with curved paddles. A sort of Uerea Is not a pioney-makln- g President's houso in Berea I havo Is made by putting such a classes that It can put each student Institution. If every student paid built two great porches so that while In with a bunch of others of the fan under a glass caso and pumping what his education cost and a few I must spend much tlmo In my office same kind so that you can havo good out most of tho air. Ono side of the dollars over Berea College would be and study I can sleep out of doors. company and bo taught In tho best blades Is black and tho other side rich and its president would havo And country life is homey. Tho READING THE CITIZEN way to mako rapid progress. Wo white. Sunbeams drive tho arms nothing to do except supervise the family Is by itself. The father and will teach you a lot of Interesting school and draw his salary. But Be- mother are with tho children, and Just like tho wind drives tho rea Is hero to holp tho people who the children aro with each other, It Is very Important that tho peo- Is good to seo tho boys and girls who things. Nobody has over been sorry wind-milThis Is ono way of showcannot pay what such an education In tho city families are scattered, plo in tho country should have some- aro Just learning to read take up for coming to Berea, but a great ing tho power of tho most gont costs, and so wo have to raise a iThe father Is away all day and the thing to read, and, as you all know, their first newspaper and begin to ......j iuinn wiu m.TTH Doriy mai ( uui migniy rorco known. And tho they put It ott and failed to get machine will not run on a cloudy day great deal of money to keen tho children disperse to different schools Uncle Snm 8Iends a groat deal of read to their parents at home. In tho eighth place, there is the thoro. Berea teaches practically every- ... school going. And you will notice and workshops, nnd from week's ,noney cvory year ln having the malls , ., , J Very often ono thing, but It Is most Interested In Lh ?. that we havo to raise this raonsy end to week's end they do not havo carried over these lonely country farmer's column. ,, things that help you In your .,.. In a ",,.n wueiner or no. wnen we havo en- the opportunity to be with each routes, where the mall Is light and week's Issue of Tho Cltlzon adds n. ,,, lul nuwivja lu lUO UCSl . the government Is losing money all twenty or thirty dollars to the country home. Kvery family ought gaged teachers we have to pay them. other that we enjoy In the country. , !? T.'J ?u U.ln thvm nnd you When wo have started a school we But no life is perfect, and thcro aro tho tlmo. It spends that money tor farmer's Income by teaching him to havo ono son or daughter In Berea see wonderful mlcht nf ih tho benefit of the farmer. It brings somo useful thing, for one year. You can do at least quiet nnd often neglected features his paper to him even though It that much and you will novcr regret that are In the ninth place there Is the houseessential for tho most certain loses money In so doing. keepers' department. Often and often It. and rapid growth of tho student. Go I want to see your girls learning Now hero Is a copy of The Citizen. the housewlto lightens her labors or to tho school that Is wvll equipped, Let mo show you what we aim to Improves her table or reutores tho to cook, to sew, to care for thn S. W. Boggs. give ln this paper. health of a sick child by reason of sick, to play on the organ. I want First of all, it shall not contain. If the things she learns ln Tlio Citizen. to seo your boys Improving tho garwe can help It, any badness. It does In the tenth place, there Is tho den and tho orchard and tho farm not contain the stories about wicked- continued story. Somo people do not stock, and surveying land, and helping lift the old folks Into comfort "Give a youth the advantage ness which flit so many newspapers. bellevo ln reading stories, but It of a good High School training; upon what kind of a story it and pro8irlty. I am not a farmer In the second place, it will not con and you have Immensely multitain, if wo can help it, any lies. I Is. If you read a really good story myself, though I would like to bo plied his chances of success. am sorry to say that many newspa- - j lt '8 iU8t 08 though you had becomo ono, but I am the farmer's friend. Give him the benefit of a thoro pors receive pay for telling things ' acquainted with a lot of Interesting "Let tho city man dine on fashion college training and you have BBKrtKBBBBBBI'5HMBBBHBBBBBBBBB9iB that are not true. They will pralso peoplo. It certainly Is instructive aud wine, given him the weapons which, If to watch how peoplo llvo and act I envy him not, I one man and dlspralso another thru declare it. rightly used, will Insure a vicfavoritism of one kind or another. aml wnat comes of their actions. Jt d I cat my own jam, my own tory in fighting life's battles.' ouBht to mako us W'8C' and better And they will print advertisements and bam. .V C Srtiiejfrr. of bogus medicines. Tho Citizen tries to r""1 ""aI'y fiood stories, And I shear my own sheep and wear to tell the truth, and nothing but ' In tho eleventh placo, there aro tho it. the truth. market reports. Often a man makes I havo forests and bowers, I havo Mallory Springs Picnic riusi f .... ,. . "; ! rer-mo- n. d, wia-do- m J s o Bo-re- a. sun-mi- ll l. ' L .,., .!'. C 1 corn-brea- PRESIDENT'S HOUSE have to run it, and it has kept me .busy and sent me to tho hospital more than once. I am very anxious you should really understand that It has been Impossible for me to see my friends around hero, as I love to do, becauso 1 havo been so busy raising necessary mouey and so long brokou down from the effects of overwork. In the fist place do you remember that the beautiful buildings ln Berea College which tho students enjoy and which look so splendid do not bring us ln any money but every ono cf them costs monoy for repairs and two great lacks In life In the country. The first of these Is that country people have too little love for their neighbors. We lovo our own families, but wo do not see our neighbors often enough to love them and Join hands with them as wq tnfght. Everybody has done somo foolish and wrong things, and country peoplo often remember every wrong and foolish thing their neighbors have done and remomber nothing else. We start to elect a man to bo school trustee or superintendent of the Sunday School. He Is a pretty good man and would fill the office ln a way that would bo advantageous to his neighbors, but somebody remembers that five years ago he made some great mistake and they bring that ul against him. The result of this Is often that nobody In tho country is brave enough to go ahead. We do not havo a good school because the school trustee is afraid. We do not havo a Sunday School because nobody dares btand up and be superintendent I tell you, my neighbors, we must learn to appreciate tho people who llvo around us. Remember that wo have made somo mistakes ourselves. God forgives sin and forgets it, and wo must do the same. In every community we must have tho best men elected to offlco, and in every neighborhood wo must havo a Sunday School and not wrangle over the offices and the leadership of It. Tho other great lack in country life is food for the mind. On the farm we have plenty, of time to think. The farmer can think while ho is engaged in his work better thau a man In a shop or a store; but the trouble is the farmer does not have enough things to think about. He sees few people, he attends few meetings, he reads few books, his mind Is like a fertile field which Is planted with an insufficient amount of seed, It Is a corn field where there Is only ono kernel planted in a hill and a great many hills missed alto- - Barbecue and Auction Sale Building 39 Choice Lots, Berea, Ky., 1911, 10 39 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, O'CLOCK A. M. Having purchased the property on Prospect street, known as "Prospect Addition," located within one blnrlr of Main Street and two blocks from College Campus, we will subdivide into 39 choice Building lots and sell at public auction without reserve or by bid. "Young Man, Own a Spot of Ground Somewhere." Andrew Carnegie Every good American citizen should have an ambition to own at least his own home site. This opportunity will be given you on Saturday, September 16, when at public auction 39 choice buildinplots will be sold. Berea, the bright spot in Eastern Kentucky, is located on the main line of the L. C& N. Rv in Madison county and is built on the dividing ridge between the Blue Grass and the Mountains. This thriving little city of 1500 prosperous and happy citizens will gladly welcome into its border any good people who Berea is the home of Berea College should desire to purchase one or more of these splendid building sites. which has made this city famous as an educational center and a good place in which to live. The future value of Berea property can best be judged by the past. It is a well known fact that in the lust ten years both business and residence property in Berea has increased in value more than 400 per cent and in several instances as high as 700 per cent. This is not an exaggeration but is a simple statement ol facts. DurirVt the same period the population of Berea has increased more than 100 per cent. With these facts before ycuV where could you expect to find a better place for a profitable investment or a more desirable place to make your homer Often times on same day of sale lots exchange hands at handsome profits. Will you be the original purchaser or the one paying the profit? - insurance and cleaning? In the next place, do you realize that wo can only uso tho money put into the hands of our trustees by good people for the purposo for which It was given? People do uot give us money to uso as we pleaso but only to use for certain fixed purposes. Wo may havo money to build Pearsons' Hall or to buy a pleco of forest laud and not have money to pay our teachers. And In the third place, do you real-'.i- e that no matter how much motuy we have It will not be enough If v o havo too many Btudents? Berea has a great deal more money than It used to hnve but THE STUDENTS HAVE INCREASED FASTER THAN THE MONEY. When we had three hundred students we could take care of them more easily with tho money we had then than vo can take care Rubber Tired Buggy - Barbecue - Good Music - Absolutely Free be ft A new Rubber Tired Buggy will be given away absolutely free. Each white person on the ground, whether he purchaser or not, will be given a free ticket which will entitle him to an equal chance on the Free Buggy. A Free for all Barbecue will be served in the shaded grove on the ground. of the fourteen hundred students with the money wo have now. Well, all theso things have kept mo busy and broken me down. For fifteen years I supposo I have worked more hours a day than any other man in Kentucky, and somo of you know that head work is as hard as hand work. Then I got to the placo where I could not work and bring anything to pass and the doctor wild I must get far off from all the things I had been worrying about BAND CONCERT ALL DAY BY BEREA BRASS BAND Remember the day. Date-Satur- day, September 16, 1911, at 10 O'clock A. M. Come out, bring your friends and enjoy the A Rubber Tired Buggy, Band Concert and Barbecue All Free. We will appreciate it; you will enjoy it. Louisville Real Estate & Development Company C. D. CLARK, SalM Manager hem i. Septealter 7, 1011 t' THE CITIZEN tt point of dMtlt That I think, Hp of (Mirror PttreelnnI that erasv makes If clear. Now, If you'll stt down, and he sat down. pleaae!" "Ton sera to know everything, M "Bit downt" bellowed the warden. Qrlmm," be taunted, Suddenly he wh sotted by ft vio"I try to know everything, ycrw lent, maddening rage. Ho took ono lllghnoss," was tho reply, Mr. Grimm step forward and raised tho empty was still standing. "I know, for in revolver to strike. Tho masked man atanco, that ono wenk ago the plot o moved slightly to ono side and his which had your freedom for Its clenched fist caught tho wnrden on was born; I know the contents of the point of tho chin. The official went every letter that passed betwn you down without a sound and lay still, and Mlsa Thome here, notwithstandinert. A moment later the door lead- ing tho Invlslblo Ink; I know that four ing Into the corridor of tho prison days ago several thousand dollars was opened, and Slgnor Potrozlnnl, ac- smuggled In to you concealed In companied by ono of the guards, en basket of fruit; I know, with that tered the warden's office. The inoaked money, you bribed your way out, whllo man glanced around at them, and with Miss Thomo or ono of hor ngenta a motion of his head Indicated tho bribed tho guard In front; I know' that to tho street. They tho escape was planned for door leading pnssed through, closing the door be- and that the man who was delegated hind them. to tako (hargo of it la now locked In Kor a little time the Intruder stood my ofJlco tinder guard. It may Interstaring down at Uio still body, then est you to know that It waa I who ho went' to tho telephono and called took his place and made the escape pollco headquarters. possible I know that much!" "You you 1" the prlnco burst out "There has been a Jail delivery at tho prison," ho en Id In answer to the suddenly. "You aided mo to escape V Miss Thome was staring, staring at nt tho "hello" of tho other end of tho wire. "Hotter send them with her eyes widely distended, some of your men up to Investigate." and hor red lips slightly parted. "Why did you assist him?" she de"Who Is that?" carao the answering manded, question. The stranger replaced the receiver "Details are tiresome. Miss Thorne," on the honk, stripped off his black replied Mr. Grimm with the utmost mask, dropped It on tho floor beside courtesy. "Theru Is one other thing tho motionless warden, and went out I know that tho Latin compact wlU It was Mr. Clrlmtn! not bo stgnod In tbo United States." Tho prince's eyes met Miss Thome's Inquiringly, nnd she shook her hood. CHAPTER XVIII. Tbo sneor was still playing about hit mouth. Notice to Leave. "Anything else of special interest At fifteen minutes of midnight when Miss Thome, followed by Slgnor that you know?" ho queried. "Yes, of Interest to both you and I'ctrozlnnl, entered the sitting-rooof her apartments In the hotel and turned Miss Thome. That la merely if the Ivttln compact Is signed anywhere, tho up the light they found Mr. Urlmm countries of the there. He rosu courteously. At English-speakinworld might construe It as a casus belli and strike soon enough, and hard enough, to put nn end to It onco for all." Again there was sllcnco for a little whllo. Slowly the prince's ryes wer darkening, and a shadow flitted ncrces Miss Thome's face. Tho prlnco rose Impatiently. "Well, what Is the meaning of all this? Aro you going to take me back pur-posdesk-sergoa- SERIAL STORY BEREH Five Great Schools Under One Management AWFUL CURSES OF ALCOHOL Robs Man of His Best Friends, of Stre'ngth, Honor, Reason, Love, Money and Even Life. (Ily Hilt WIM-TIE- ELUSIVE FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPXE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Arc Your Talents? What 2lre Your Rims? Berea Has the Training That is Best For YOU. Then enter the 7 ISABEL By JACQUES FUTRELLE ktlL It K Tk. ilMflilat Mm law Uilu BYNOP3IS. Count dl llnalnl. th Italian amhaa sailor, li at dlnnsr with diplomats when k mottn(r summon htm to th embassy, whin a ynunc woman tisk for a tlrkrt to tli rinliasay ball. Tim ticket ! mad out In the nam of Mlta Isabel Tliorn I'lilrf ('amubcll of wn rrr stmc. nna sir. urimm, nis dtttctlv, aro warned that a plot Is tirnrlnp In Wastilmiloii. ami (irlmrii o A la tli stats ball for Information. Ills at-irntlon Is railed In Mlit Isabel Thorn, rho with hrr companion, dlsapara. A M (hot I liard ami Kxnor Alvarez of th wounded, found Mexican Itratlon. I flrlmtn Is assured Miss Thurnn did It, lis visits lir, drmnndlna; knowlfdr of the affair, ami arrrnts l'letro ltrnzTnnt. Miss 5 homo visits an old tnrnb maker, and they flatus n wonderful experiment Mfty thousand dollars, la stolen from the nfllrn Ilodna-ucithe minister from Vr Penor enetuela, ar.d while detectives aro In vaatlcatlnir th robbery Miss Thorn appears a a of thn legation. Orlmin tier of the theft. th money la restored, but a new mrstery In the iltsanpearanr of Monsieur nolasejrur in mncn aintiasaaiiar eiusivo miss Thome reappear, bearing a letter whlfh states that the antiasaador has teri demandlnt random Tha am- return n nd a;nln ttranrrlv Uls. arpear. Ijtrr he Is rescued from an old hous In th suburbs. It hi discovered (hat lletro t'etrotlnnl shot Nenor AIvjmi tcf that he Is I'rlnc d'Abrutst. Why don't I at sea? llccauso when I go dodwn for a watch below, I want to feel that tho man at thu wheel neos only ono light when thcro Is only one light to see; that when the safety ot tho ship nnd all tt carries depends on the cool head, tho liiBtant resolva nnd tho steady hand of tho helmsman, thcro Is not standing there In plnco ot the man, tho poor, debased creature that all the world has seen alcohol create even out ot such gifted men n.i Hums and Coleridge and hosts of others. I hnvo seen ships lost through collision becatiso the captain had been I have had taking a "little alcohol." to tell n woman that she was n widow and that her children were fatherless, because) her husband, gentle nnd lov, ing ami had been tempted to take "a drop of alcohol" at sea. and gone out Into a drunkard's eternity. I hare had to clothe children and feed thorn when reduced to starvation, becnuso alcohol had robbed them of a natural protector and all tho necesil-tic- s of life. 1 hnvo had to visit In prisoners the victims of crime, caused as directly In honest men by alcohol an a burn Is caused by falling Into tho fire Why iJo I not want alcohol as a beverage In a country where cold Is extreme, exposure Is constant, nnd thy-slcconditions nre full of hardship? Simply becatiso I novo seen men go down In the struggle for want of that natural strength which alcohol alone had robbed thorn of. The lishcrmcn that I live among aro my friends, nnd I love them as my brothers, and I do not think I am unnecessarily preju-dlcp- r or bigoted when I soy that alcohol Is Inadvisable, after ono has seen It robbing hts best friends ot strength, honor, reason, kindness, lovo. money and even life. During 20 years' experience on tho sea and on the snow In winter-- on experience coming after nn upbringing In soft places I have found that alcohol ha bten entirely unnecessary. I have been doctoring sick nien and women of every kind and I have found that I can use other drugs of which wc know the exact action and can control absolutely with which greater accuracy In cases of necessity for stimulating the heart. I contend we can gel just as good results without It, and always fear Its power to create ti deslro for Itself. It Is not necessary for happlnetn, for I have known no f et of men happier nnd their lives more thnn tho crews of my own vessel, and the mnny, many fishermen who, like neither touch, taste nor handle clcnn-llvlng1 g it. D.) want to sen liquor used T. (JUEKNKKM FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Here ye will ba placed with others llko yourself, under a special teacher, and. make) most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and tha'oommoa branches and be ready to uao them. You will havo singing, drawing, faras Ono year In the Founand household management, and frco dation School costs leas than $90 and is worth 11,000. Aro you aiming to bo a tcachcr7 Then join tho NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here you will be m trained that you will fear no examination, and you will bo taught how to tsach. The demand for Herea trained teachers far exceeds tho supply. Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL 8CHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home 8clence. Nursing. Woodwork and Carpentry. Business Course, Etc Printing and Hero you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy doing text-bookBook-Bindin- Are you not far advanced? 1 fliii J L av ri things In superior manner. Are you desiring the next best thing to ft College Course? Then take two years or three years In tho Dean. Two GENERAL ACADEMY C0UR8E, Francis E. Matheny, years, or three years, In such practical studies na will fit you for an honorable and useful life. You select your studies from such as these: Physiology tho science of health; Civics tho science ot government; Grammar ; Ethics tho. science of right the art of correct speech and and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general. intelligence; Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to evory lady; Physics the science of machinery; Drawing'. Bookkeeping, etc., etc Do you wish to prepare to enter Collcgo? Start fa the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Host training in Mathematics, Languages, Sclenco afldHlstory. The s Academy has its own and Men's Dormitory, and ft' large body of students ot high character and ability, able instructors, and 'uh ot Col lege Library and apparatus. letter-writingclass-room- it Berea College The College itself stands apart from all tho other schools under fits maa acoment and has long maintained tho highest standards knovmn thcBouth. To conform to tho Carnegie standards we havo diminished ours former requirements! Required and olcctlvo studies whh opportunity to cancentrata In particular lines. Largest collcgo library In Kentucky. Laboratories B. equipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees of A. 6., D. L., and B. Ped. MU8IC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may bo taken for special fees In connection with work in any of tha above schools. i to prison?" CHAPTER XVII (Continued.) one-hal- was bribed," was the ready response. "Now, Warden," the masked pacifically. Intruder continued "It 'would be much tnoro pleasant nil hrpund r.nd there would bo leas personal danger la It (or both of us It jou wcn-Jrelease Slgnor I'otroilnnl I may add that no "without question. bribe was offered to you becnuso your Integrity was beyond question." "Thank you " said tho warden erltn-r- . "und It shall remain so as long ai "I Want Your Prisoner, Slgnor Petrc-iln-nl 1 Jiave this." He tapped on the desk You Will Release Him at itti tke revolver Once!" d "lie "No," unld Mr. Grimm. He glanced hts watch. "I will glvo each of yo'i f hour to pnek your belongings. Wo must catch a train at ono o'clock." Miss city?" gasped "Leave tho at j Thome, "lmpcsslblo!" exclaimed tho prtnea. "Oce-hnl- f but lfs out of the question, expostulated Miss Thorne. "One-hal- f repeated Mr. hour," Grimm. He didn't daro to meet those wonderful blue-gray- coldly. "Hut , hour," said Mr, Grimm Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berea College, with Its affiliated Institution. It requires certain tfces, but schools. Is not a money-makinit expends many thousands ot dollars each year for tho benefit of Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for students to earn and save In every way. OUR 8CHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of tho young people. Our students .come from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any' who may be sick tho Collego provides doctor and nurso without extra charge. All except those with parents In Berea llvo in Collcgo buildings, and assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to tbo valuo of thedr labor. Except In wln-- i ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their ' pen bos. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure crapIojmenL PERSONAL EXPEN8ES for clothing, laundry, postago, books, etc., vary, with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Us tho best.' g i I - eyes cow. "A Vjh. (hat masked man quietly One quick glam-at tho weapon showed tho warden that thu cartridges drawn' Ills tooth closed tid with a seap at tho treachery of It, and lth his left hand ho pulled back one of tho lovers that which should nrouae the jailers, turnkeys and cuards. Instead of tho Insistent clan- which ho expected, there was h-- en tttrt iMvO-d- ," said the J:or "That wlro has been cut," the stranger volunteered. With clenched teeth the warden ftullod the police alarm. "Aad that wire was cut. too," tho sMnrger explained. riie warden came to hts feet with wrllto face and nails biting Into the liaMtna of his hands. He still held the revolver as be advanced upon the masked man threateningly. "Not too close, now," warned the with n sudden hardening of his voter. "Believe me, It would bo bst for )au to release this man, because tt must be done, pleasantly or other wise. I have no deslro to Injure you, lUll 1es do I Intend that you shall Injure me; and it would bo needless for either of us to make a personal matter of tt. I want your prisoner, Blgnor 1'strozlunl yuu will release htm at special car with private compartments will bo attached to the regular train, and tho only Inconvenience to you will bo tho fact that the tbreo of us sight of him Miss Thome's face went will be compelled to sit up all night. deathly white, and tho escaped prls Half a dozen other Secret Service men will bo on tbo train with us." oner turned toward the door again. And then tho prince's entire manner "I would advlso that you stay, your Highness." sld Mr, Grimm coldly. underwent a change. Slgnor I'etrozlnnI paused, amazed. "Mr. Grimm." ho said earnestly, "tt "You will merely subject yoursolf to Is absolutely necessary that I remain the humiliation of arrest If you at- In Washington for another week retempt to leave, Thu houso Is guarded main hero even If I am locked up again lock me up ngoln If you like. by a dozen men." "Your Highness" Miss Thorne re- I can't sign compacts In prison." "Twenty-fivmlnuUs." replied Mr. peated blankly. "You aro assuming a great deal, urcn't you, Mr. GrlmmT" Grimm quietly. "I don't bolleve," and Mr. Grimm's "Hut hero," exclaimed the prince e listless eyes were fixed on those of the ploslvely, "I have credentials which escaped prisoner, "I don't believe that will Insure my protection In spite of I'rlnco Ilenedetto d'Abruzzl will deny your laws." bis Identity!" "I know that," said Mr. Grimm There was one of those long tenso placidly. "Credentials of that nature silences when eyes challenges eye, cannot be presented at midnight, and to when wit Is pitted against wit, and you will not be here mind is hauled around to a new, and present them. The fact that you have sometimes unattractive view of a sit- those credentials, youY Highness, Is, uation. Miss Tborno stood silent with one reason why you must leave Wash rigid foaturos, colorless as marble; Ington now, (TO BE COKTINURU.) hut slowly a sneer settled about the e It. I would be willing to allow that the manufacture of It gives employment, that the sale of It Is remunerative, that a desire for It can be easily Hut thu desire for it has to created. bo "cultivated," and once cultivated the "market" Is certain to open up for the desire becomes an insatiable, uncontrollable lust In many, I have no controversy with anything that gives' employment and circulates oorel That's all!" IBd The warden paused, dazed. Incredulous before the audacity of It, wbtlo httudlcd two calm eyes which at him through the sllia of the 1 become n part owuer thereof, and his daughter marry n peer, and his grandNo son becomo a peer ot Kngland. millions will enable the low caste Hindu to marry Into a llrahroan family or even to touch tho hand, or throw his shadow on the food ot a Hrahman In India. If a man Is excommunicated by bis casto fellows In India, no one of the caste wilt cat with him, accept water from his hands or marry him, His own wlfo will not touch him or speak with him. He Is dead to bts family Tho barber even will not shave him. or cut his hair, or his too nail. A Hrohtcun clerk ha been known by documents to dldtrlbuto legal throwing them down nt the end of (be villaco street In which live his low caste brethren. Letter carriers have been known to refuse tu enter the houses of, or to permit themselves to come l"to porsonnl rotitnct with fee." those of a lower status than thom-- i "Dnt TtUo who Is this Slgnor Tetro-lanthit such powerful Influences elves. could picture to oneself rn-If ono should Ui brought to bear In his duraanded the bowlldnrvd v,ar-or- n clal snobbery lifted Into a fanatlcil rellglaus faith, tt would be f pnlo deIs n isfl who can command u scription W the Iron tVbdivltlons of tlltt tu! LaaHOid Sunor AJvares U at cuts Ip India. Tber u uo patriotism. l, bi-ha-fr l "And If I don't release hltnT" he demanded nt last, fiercely "Then I shall tako him," was the reply. "It baa been made Inipoadlc'.o for you to give an alarm," tho stranger went on. "Tho very men on whom fou most depended have been bought, sod even If they were within sound of oar voice cow they wouldn't respond. One of your usvlstants who has been beta for years unloaded the revolver n the desk there, aud less than an ago cut tho prison alarm wire. cut the police ularm out- e the building. Ho you see!" yet thuru was uu weapon In light, save thu unloaded revolver In the warden's band; at no time had the strnngor's voice been raised. Ills I one was n perfectly normal one. "Heclde yourself there are only five other men employed hoo who tire bow awake," tho masked man "Ttuse are four Inner guards soct thn outer guard. They linvu all been boughtthe turnkeys at five tl'ousand dollars each, and the outer guard at scren thousand. Tho receipt of all of tVs money Is conditional upon tho rclcsto of Slgnor I'etrozlunt, therefore It Is to tholr Interest tu old rau as against you, I am telling you II this, frwakly and fully, tu make you toe how futile any resistance would CASTE A BARRIER IN INDIA Snobbery Sifted Into Fanatical Rollg-louFaith Pale Description of Social Conditions. s her aboard our little hospital ship for the last week of her life. She should bavo been alive today, but she had no ond can be none. In a country thus deslro to live. All that could possibly divided against Itself. Scrlbners make life worth living for her had Magazine. i been robbed from her through the means of alcohol, and she could not again. face the home-goinIf I over have the opportunity given to mo to say n word at uny time or In any placo which could help to Inhibit tha use bf alcohol as a beverage, so long as I can stand upon my feet 1 shall bo proud to get up and g money, and should possibly be satisfied if after all the good grain and good foodstuffs had been fermented and converted Into this particular kind of poison. Instead of being poured down men's throats. It were poured Into the ocean where at least It would do no harm. I have seen me n robbed In many ways, but they have been able, by the help of Ood to wipe out any lasting results ot such transient losses. Hut tho robberies of alcohol are Irremediable. I burled In a lonely grave on a projecting promontory, far down tho coast ot Labrador, u young girl She was some one's daughof 18. ter and some ono's sister. I had taken but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, vf arm wraps and underclothing, umbrella and ovorahoes aro necessary. The tlve 8tore furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The Collego asks no rent for tho fine buildings in which sti'dents live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fueL lights, and washing of bedding and towels. Kor table board, without coffee or extras, 1.35 a week. In the fall, and fl.GO In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing ot 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return ot room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and lis returned when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care ot school. build-i-n ge, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay notblug for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift). Tho Incidental Fee for most students is 15.00 a term, $6.00 In Academy aud Normal, and $7.00 In Colle- glato courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, hoard by the half term. Installments are as follows: bed-diu- , s I Vocational FALL TERM and Foundation Academy School. and NormoL $ COO C.60 College. $ 7.00 7.00 9.45 $23.45 9.4S $32.90 . $32.40 Incidental Fee lloom Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 13, 1911 Board 7 weeks, due Nor. 1, 1911 MS $ 6.00 7.00 9.45 . .,...120.05 9.45 $29.50 $29.00 $ 5.00 6.00, 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.50 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 $31.40 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 $ 6.00 Total for term If paid In advance WINTER TERM Incidental Fee Boom First birth. of nil casto Is a question and there Is no entry except by A worker In a coal mine my Of Ancient Vlntig. Ernest G; Walker, who Is a Journal-hi- t with a national reputation, arrayed himself ono evening with particular caro, as ho was going to tho home ot a politician on whom ho wanted to make a big Impression. On his way, he stopped at bis office and asked Georgo llrown.hls assistant, for an opinion on tho cotumo. Ilrown Bald It was til rltht, but checked himself when lie noticed that Walker's high hat looked as it might bavo been ot rather ancient vintage. "Where did you get that bat?" he asked, "Won it on a bet on a presldviitlfJ election." explained Walker with otnl prldo. Drown looked at tt a moment and then queried solemnly, "Hayes or Garfield's?" ard, 6 weeks $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 I Amount due Jan. 3, 1912 Board 6 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 $2320 9.00 $32.20 speak It. Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM Incidental Foe Room Board, 5 weeks '. 3f,70 $ 7.00 lie nar's Jjagiutn. uddhlsm and Animal Lit. It must bo aald or Huddhlsm that It has left oiio ludellblu mark all ovrt India, Cblnu, and tho cast, mnd that Is the teaching of gentleness and kindness to ono another and to mil. mals. Duddha taught that life Is but Will Kill Flies. a prolonged er.O&vor to escape front It Is said that tiles confined In ft suffering, and that, thvrclpro. u showcase with cigarettes will die In cause others to suffer Is In nr.fjr less than five minutes, so deadly Is glveatle sin. Price Ca'Usr Vn Scl tho atmosphere In the case. Drug Evil. Dr. Henry Hates, president of the Pennsylvania state board of uiedlcul examiners. In n lecture on tho "Drug Evil." says: "To kill a man's mind while his body continues to llvo is worso than murder, yet that Is what cocaine does. Tho victim of tbo druR continues to llvo aud to exert un Influence that Is Immoral, depraved and criminal, and beyond tho power of nuiu to estlinuta In Its ultimate, destructive effects on Capital punishment or Imhumanity. prisonment for life should be Imposed on the man who Illegally sells cocaine to Innocent persons or to confirmed users ot tho drug." $ 5.00 4.00 6.75 $15.75 6.75 $22.50 $22.00 ' 5.00 6.75 $17-7- 5 6.00 6.75 $18.75 6.75 $2C50 $23.00 Amount due March 27. 1912 Board 6 weoks, due May 1, 1912 675 $24.50 $24.00 i I Total for term If paid In advance Plan Now, Gome September I3th young man or young woman can cct an education at Any Berea It Ifcero Is tho will to do so. It U a great advantage to start In the Fall and have a full year of con tlnuoua study. Many young pcoplo wusto tlnio In the Vubllo schools going over and over the samo things, when tbey might be improving much fastei by coming to llerca and starting in on now studies with some ot the best young men and women from other counties and States. Mako your plans to come September 12th. For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary. able-bodie- D. Walter Morton, bereh, kv. i Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. Uachcr, SeTeral attended the Holt- ness meeting at Mr, Ambrose IUdcr's, Sunday. Miss Ruth Repport of Gap, started, Thursday, for Now York, where she expects to spend Uio winter with her father, Mr. Ed. Repport. She will bo greatly missed by nor associates. Mrs. Nancy Mcllar-gu- e and Mrs. Williams wero In ML Vernon, Thursday, on business. Miss Halite Singleton of Cooksburg Is with her aunt, Mrs. M. T. Singlo- ton of Orlando. Tho Infant of Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Clark continues very J ill Andrew Isaacs was calling on tho merchants here this week. go to Loutsrlllo on next Mondty to replenish their stock of goods at this place. Robert Botacr who has been 111 for somctlmo Is Improving slowly. Tho memorial services at tho Isaacs cemetery, Sunday, wero largely attended. Rovs. Johnston, A fasten, Young and Mooro officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Caudlll are In d Ohio to spend tho fall. C. M. and sons aro vlsltlse friends and relatives In and around Travel- era Rest, this week. Gab-bar- September, 7 191 1. HOHononooonolooononooHononootonononoonoooj East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else H nnnrotitzf sot lot pMJifc4 ! lliBfd in fell Ijr h fobllctio, bit ti itUm I tktlt(t. lie Btirt of rood taltft. yrtlta fUlalr. OtOHOHOHOHOHOHOOHOHOHOHO0 0OMO00OtOfcO)0OfcO0OM BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pur The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar ' ROYAL ... iioct to visit relatives and friends in JACKSON COUNTY Bcrea and vicinity, this week. Our mcKi:k. school at Pigeon Roost Is progressing IUCKTOWN JIcKce, Bopt. 4. Wo bad a heavy nicely with Robert Akcmon as teach- Hlectown, Aug. 30. Teachers' AsMonday, followed uy NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE rain aero last ei. Tho threshing machlno has been sociation, Indian Creek, Owsley Counlleht downfall thruout the day ou In our neighborhood, this week. Grain 1IOONK ty, Sept. Oth, 1911. Tuesday. Tho County Hoard of Edti U turning out well. Mrs. Mary E. Boono, Sept. 4. Regular church Song Audience k cation met at tho Supt's offlco lart 1 Mr key is going to visit relatives on services were held at Fairvlow, SatART OF WEAVING cd car. Messrs G. M. Baker and MilWclcomo Address Floyd Lucas. Saturday as tho law dlrccU and ad Moo res Creek cxt woek. urday and Sunday, conducted by tho Response L. A. Clark. Mrs. Anna Ernberg, a lady accom lard Brown wont to East Bcrnstadt, lourned to meet again next Monday, Rev. W. M. Bryant of Cartcrsvllle. riuvinr . scieci ueauing namo Minicr. pushed In tho art qf weaving, Includ last Monday, on business. Tho latter Circuit Court conVenea hero nost Privctt, Sept. 2. There was a Sun- Mrs. Nora Wren who has been qulto rnnBenuently most of the Auvaniago or rroressiomu Tram- - ing tho "double weavo" now so rare, boucht a wncon for hnnmr .hanllnir. " 1 ;. . . Mrs. Joo Wren Is Gray Hawk, 111 Is Improving. day School picnic at lino " has como into tho service of Berva attorneys at our har aro busy propar last Friday, with a largo crowd and a on tho sick list, this woek. A nlco Ing Chester Baker. a Mary Gabbard "K" u'fcf College, and will travel thru Eastern bay 8ad1d, bo lnc cases that will como up for trial nlco dinner served on the gound. rain fell here ono day last week which Recitation ono old Sclera, Dr. Hornsby s Oration John Frost. thla term. Attorney J. It. Llewellyn Max Nelson has gone to his home was a welcome visitor. Andrew Istalliirul saddlo horso. Fred WhIUw, Recitation J. S. Turner. returned, Friday, from North Cars in New Jersey, whore ho will enter aacs of Berea passed through Boone, principal of tho Bengo SchoolfVw Select Heading Fan nlo Cole. Una, where ho had been on business school. Mr. and Mrs. James Hosklns Friday. Mr. James Bratcher, of been off duty during Basket Dinner. for a few days. Mrs. J. It. Lloweiiyn from Clark County have been visitbought a nice lot of sheep from .week on tccount of Illness. Chester Duty of Parnes to tho 8chool T. A.i and Mrs. H. P. Mlnter wero very ing their daughter, Mrs. Austin Mad- J. II. Lambert last week. Miss Hat-ti- e 'Rico announces tho arrival of a sick last week with acute indigestion. den for tho past week. James Met- Poynter is planning to attend Uccknell. iKUWclug boy. Mother and baby dolurf Essay Arba I'cndrrgrass. tint inth are much better at this calf lost a fine mulo last week. Mr. school at Richmond, this fall. Joo well. Mrs. Sarah Rawllngs who had Advantages of Good Roads U F. Max Nelson and mother who and Mrs. C. Bowles from. Frankfort Wren lost a work horso ono day last date. a fractured arm Is ablo to uso It visiting in this county for aro visiting tho former's parents, weok. Tho Rllrooad Co., has been Gabbard. havo been Chas. Samoa, one of the "pri Closing Address P. M. Frye. days returned homo last this week Eva Peters has been out ' having some Improvement dono on several mary pupils, had tho misfortune of L. A. Clark, chairman. Wednesday. Thoy Uvo at New Druns' of BChool for several days on nc- - tho road near Boono. Miss Hattio small break In a bone of the elbe Floyd Lucas, secretary. wick, Now Jersey, where Mr. Nelson count of having a caso of dlptherla. Poynter visited tho Misses Bortha and whllo playing at school. Miss Anno will be engaged In teaching for the - May Lambert near Snider, Sunday. Marion Smith and family are visitLESLIE COUNTY Powell and Carter Tankcrsley wliWji) months. Mrs. Jno. Farmer ing Bllllo Smith. Arch Peters pur Henry and Jcnnlo Gadd recently inov- next nlno wooton visit Uio former's homo tomorrow, returned recently from a ten days cbascd a nlco mule from Andy Mlnter ed to Railroad property near Snider. enWooton, Aug. 29. Tho long Tho buildings which are being visit to Louisville and other points, for $75. Several from this placo at- - Melvln Simps visited the home of A. during frown which has been marked erected nro beginning to show un is Breathitt, son of Atty. General tended the Baptist association at i D. Knuckles, Sunday. The Misses In tho faces of Uio farmers In this John mint structures which add much to Breathitt, is hero now advertising Drip Rock last Saturday and Sunday. Talltha Coylo and Lydia Levett at-- community, on account of so much tho beauty of our town Tho carpenand arranging a program for a Farm - dry weather, Is now turned Into a iienuea cnurcn ai scauoiu cane, Hunouayiiawk ters, Green Allen, Robert Hubbard era' Institute to be held here in Oct, Jessie Smith attondd broad smilo by a long shower of Gray Hawk, Sept 4Foddcr time la uy ,and Robert Tankcrsley, aro doln Ridley Mulllns Charley Lalnhart. church at Scaffold Cane, Sunday. J. rain. It scorns that almost all crops i here, and It looks as though there rome vory neat work on them. Tho and H. F. Mlnter Joined the Iteform would bo some rain. Tho picnic at II. Lambert made a business trip to have failed In this entire section Rev. II. Morgan of Uiurcl Crock last Sunday. The for- Gray d church here r Hawk was qulto a success with ML Vernon, Saturday. John Johnson country this year. Their failure seems will preach hero tho second Sunday Mesmer two wero baptized by Itev. plenty of dinner on tho ground and returned to Illinois, Saturday, aft-- r to bo duo to tho lack of rain, or to ( Kentucky to make acquaintance with, of tho month. Every ono was so sier immediately afer tho service a good graphophone to make music. a pleasant visit with relatives at tho lack of tho farmer's knowledco thoso who are interested In flrcsldo glad for tho good rain of the last closed at tho church. We also had some nlco games by Mr. Boone. Mr. II. Harold of Copper to keep moisture In tho soil. H. C. j industries. Sho can find salo for few days which ended tho drouth. iiiifiu. Savo your wool Wooton's postmaster who ilv- - woven and Mrs. DeYoung, the students and Creek was visiting tho homo of John Hugh, Sept. 4. W. R. Bengo who ed near tho village, moved Into town, and havo profitable occupation at others. W. M. Reiner of Island City King, Sunday. hnn been vlsltlne his daughter t'f ESTILL COUNTY moving Wooton postofflcc with him. i homo. Rug weaving is also a good nocKtoim re was in our midst ono day this week Hamilton, Ohio, two weeks has Rockford, Sept. 4. Farmers aro WAir.iisvii.t.i: have recently moved into w7 to earn money and furnish ono's looking for a mulo buyer. Jas. Met-ca- lt turned. Lonnle Hudson of this place homo. who has been hauling cross ties Wagcrsvlllo, Sept. 4. Mrs. II. KldJ guest of his sister, Mrs. C. was tho for J. B. Hall lost one of his mutes of Paint Lick is visiting her parents, Moore. Saturday night. Mrs. Lizzie town and tho indications are that Mr. and Mrs. A. Peters, this week. -this week. This Is the second Klmberlain of Dreyfus was the guest mule Wooton will bo a beautiful llttlo Misses Katherlno Wagers that has died on this Job, the and Rom. of her mother, Monday. Mrs. Ellza- placo in tho near futuro.'Thts Is duo Arvlno 'It has been my fortune for twenty-fiv- e years, as first having belonged to W. R. Eagle. and Mr. Robert Wagers caaio both Halo Is weaving a carpet, this to tho railroad which Is now being liome, Saturday, after a very pleasa-s- i attorney, as counsel, as business associate in niny enMr. Jason Fields asks me to correct week. Anderson Crowley had an apterprises, to become intimately acquainted with hunconstructed near to town. Tho Woo visit with friends and relatives at mistake of some one in regard to Miss Gertie recently. ple peeling ton Graded School is in progress with dreds of men who, without any equipment of education, asking the people to help him beLlck crta ttnd iUchmona. Abrams had a bean stringing, Thurs cause he got have accumulated large sums of money. I never met rrois. j. u. uowman and o. vauocr Mr Ha his cattle killed. Mr8 J w. Wilson of White day night. Mr. and Mrs. It. I. Hale says ' as teachers. They seem to bo doing with any one of them whose regret was not profound he does not ask any ono '.o wcro amoB frlcndl, urro were visiting at Grover Drews, Sun- excellent work. I never and deep that he did not have nn education. throw him In ono cent and that ho !day anJ suntayMr. Krank K'elly da. Walter Abrams of Clover Bot met one of them Who did not lament either the neglect has got a little money yet and ono CLAY COUNTY hho has bwn visiting here will m tom was tho guest of Everett Benge, of his parents or his own poor opportunities that (ailed 111., after spondlnc turn to I itiiiiNiMJ M'liiNdH Englo rescued cow and calf and two good mules. Saturday night. J. B. to give him the equipment. I never met one of them any body wants to glvo Ho says WHIi HIS FISUT, Mrs. 0. d " llnrnlntf Rnrln Rnnl 1 -I- Cvnr. a valuable hound from a sink hole, anything, If who did not feel in the presence of cultured people a glvo It to some ono that ono was vory much surprised at tho Wngsrs, In Uorea. Several men from Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Benge certain'sense of mortification which no money paid for. needs it worse than ho does. rocont woddlng of Chester McDanlel, hero attended Court at Richmond, wero visited by Miss Aimer BIcknell I never met one of them who was not prepared to sacriMonday. Mr. and Mrs. Ambroso WilWIN! i cavi: k, a youth of soventcen, to Vernlo and Frances Azblll, Saturday night, fice his whole fortune that his boy should never feel that Wind Cave, Aug. .28. We havo who was recently a student of son wore tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Parks was kicked by a horse, mortification." tho Berea Foundation School. TIHr Jeff Wagers, Sunday. Mrs. Kato WilSaturday evening, but was not serl leen having some very light showChauncy Drpc.v. many friends wish them much happl son Is very sick at this writing. ously hurt. Mrs. Alex Perry's baby ers of rain. Several from this placo Georgo Wilson and two chll noss.-Ho- mer. attended association at Drip RooV, tho four venr old .nn Is at the point of death. Bn(1 OMy, of Palut ltst Friday and Saturday. All report of postmaster Jones, died last Thurs- - aron G,,bcrt CLOVEIl IJOTTOM. Llck, formerly of this place, aro vis day ana was burled the following Clover Bottom, Sept. 3. Died, Aug. a flno time. Plenty of dinner on the ' 2Gth, Root. Robinson of typhoid fever, ground Mr. and Mrs. Preston Lakes .evening at Macedonia. Much nympa iting hero this woek. Mr. and Mrs. Is oxpressed for the family of J. B. Kelley were tho guests of the Ho leaves a wife and four chil were visiting at Wind Cavo last Sat- -' rejoicing over tho good rains in this former's pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. John ithy child. Dr. Hornsby was called dren to mourn his loss. He was an urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. territory. Crops are looking well.-- A tho guests of Mrs. to attend Jack, a son of G. M. P. Kelloy, Saturday night and Odd Fellow and was laid to rest in Sandllng were protracted meeting has Just begun 'Baker, who Is suffering from a beal- the Baker graveyard with I. O. O. P. Sam Judd last Saturday night. It is at the Baptist chuich conducted bv ceremonies. The bereaved ones have eportod that Mrs. Etta Lakes Is no Bros. Cornelius and Childress. Ai our profound sympathy. T. I. Blck- better, flho has typhoid fover. John meeting has Just closed at tho Un- - i Lakes and wifo attended meeting ion church, conducted by nell is sick with some kind of slow tho Me has been at Drip Rock, Sunday. Next Satur thodist brethren, with but fow addifever. Florence BIcknell very sick for a few days with ner day and Sunday Is tho regular meet- tions. J. W. Todd suffered severely vous trouble and heart failure but is ing at. Wind Cave. Rev. Joseph from heart trouble, Saturday, which hotter now. Robert Abrams who was Ward was elected, at tho last meet-lu- lasted eight hours. Ho was awjy to serve as moderator for tho from homo sick at our last writing Is able to bo and was compelled to nsulng year. Mrs. Orpha Lakes has stay over night. about "lils business again. S. W. Ab Ho is bettwr at this rams Is slowly recovering from fever, been visiting her father, Mr. Klah writing. Two boys aged 12 and II Mrs. Pearl Gentry and family left 'arraer, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. years, ran away, Sunday evening, hero, Aug. 2Cth, to go to her husband Lakes wore tho guests of G. B. Isaacs und havo not yet been heard of ami ist Saturday night. Hurrah for Tho no trace can bo found. Tho boys in Hamilton, Ohio. A Singer sewing had itlzon and its many readers. machine man from Winchester, was talked of loavlng homo before this in Squire Engle's court tho 2nd Inst, and their parents aro greatly trou ROCKCASTLE COUNTY on business for tho Singer Co. Deo CM MAX and aro doing all they can tu Baker, of McKeo, visited Squire Eng-lo- 's Uiem Climax, Sept. 1. Tho Iron Clad Mlts Buelah Vlars win court on Sept. 2nd on legal busi- Baptists hold nn association this week nas neen sick bo long Is better nt ness. D. I. Powell, our D. S., was in at old Brush Creek. Tho Odd Fellows this writing. Everybody would t" our midst last week summoning the had a march, free dinner and preach- proud to see her out again as sh' jurors for our Circuit Court which ing at New Hoe, last Sunday. Mr. li well liked by all around lioro. P.. This Particular Brand convenes for a threo weeks session Robert Lovct died a few days slnco Bowman and wife havo Just return ut McKeo on Sept. 11. Almcda Rosy and was buried by tho Odd Fellows t? from Kingston and report tl.a For Particular Dressers I si ted relatives and friends on Red ns ho was a member of that order. tlioro had been a good rain there Lick, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Wra. Cummins who has fever Is still last week. Daddio and Manimlo To Id While it a true that fine Marah HnyB who has Iweu sick for Improving. Dr. R. H. Lewis of Wil- - nro getting along vory well. DaddM clothes do not make fine u few days is better. G. J. Wild alo attended tho Baptist association goes to tho office most every men, the man da. d and wifo and daughter, Stella, today. Grant York Is planning to go but Matnmlo nover leaves home. will always command attenElmer Click and wifo of Kerby tu Richmond on business, Sept. 2nd. Silas Moberly's ' llttlo child Is very tion. When you buy Or is it common to medium farm you Knob, Sunday. Miss Nora Powell of V,o havo had several days rain sick. Mrs. Jas. Richmond Is visitBerea has visited friends In this vicimoderate price for either cash lately which will help us out for ing her son, Ed, In Indiana, at prenity the last week. Come again Norn. ntor If nothing else. What could wo" sent hut la expected back soon. J. terms with easy payments, close around and Mr. McForron of Berea visited tho do without tho blosalugs of tho Lord W. Todd sold 25 shoop to James convenient to Berea College ? school of II. N. Dean, Sept. Ht, and in many ways? It has beon so dry Bratcher, last week. gavo qulto an Interesting talk and that ovory kind of crop is short you are certain to get a cormay be more convenient for you to buy OWSLEY COUNTY told niojiy funny tales to Interest tho in this locality nud wo predict pretty rect fit, and plenty quality in some of the beautiful homes already built Prices are every garment. children. Como again, Mr. McForron, hard times next year but courage, Tit i vi:i. i;ks nnvr. I have for sale for my clients in Berea. Good wo will oxtend you a hearty wolcomo. boys, does tho work. God is within reach of alL Travelers Rost, Sept. L Tho huu-gr- y with ISAAtlS. un yet. So como out boys and let is streams and vegetation wero reenough anybody, $10.00 THE LOWEST Sept. 2. Tho Isaacs, rain last all subscribe for Tho Citizen and plenished and fed by a good ralu g I have plenty of Real Estate in Madison and $20.00 THE HIGHEST week was vory much needed for tet the boat information. It is c. hero today. Rov, Harvo Johnson hat water was getting scarco in this Counties for sale at n price to, suit any one; oleoma guest tlth us and wo could Just clossd a revival mooting at New Give us a trial and be neighborhood. Born to Mr. and Mrn. not gut along without It. Hoje which was a succjs In every from $10 per acre to $150 per acre owing to the quality convinced. Georgo Pennington, a fine baby girl. (IKI.AMIO respect. Four persons wero united and location of the land. Think it over and write me Baby's namo Is Mary Annie. Mr. Orlando, Sept. 2. Tho recent rain with tho church and many more re what you want or call at my office and we will talk it and Mrs. R. E. Taylor visited at Mr. Is doing much good to the corn crops. ceived tho blessings of God In abundover. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you will always Will Settle's, Saturday night. Robert Mrs. Martha Towntley Is still vory ance. Miss Lucy B. Creech, daughBooneville, Ky. Akomon and his sister, Dora, went low. Thoso that attended tho Odd ter of Joseph Creech, died from u Kct a square deal with Holiday If interested. Ut tho fair at London, tho 25th of ollow's march at Now Hope, Satur sudden lllrfess hero today. Her reIVt Muk of Quby h m trcry Aug. Mrs. Mary E. Purkcy vlsltad day, were as follows: Misses Jlmiulo mains will bo laid to nst In tho CALL UPON OR ADDRESS. CMt CoUtf, her slstor, Mrs. Annio Pennington, Ball, Myrtlo Mason, Dora Ball and Sand Hill cemetery 'tomorrow, Bopt. last week. Albert Powell visited Martlsha Slngloton. Messrs Charley 1st. The School Division Board, No. honiefolks at Berea, recently. Mrs. Anderson, Floyd Mason, and Opplo 4, mot, Aug. 29th, at this placo and Room 4, Dcica Dank CO, Tiutt Building Vina McQueen visited her brother, wens. All reported u nlco time. elocted Mr. G. IJ. Bowman as chair- Groen Purkey, Friday Jamea Mooro Jcsslo Simpson was tho welcomo guest man for tho ensuing year. Supt. P. KY. visited Geo. Davis, Friday evening. of Miss Lolla Owous, Thursday. Tho M. Fryo vlsitod Mr. 8. P. Caudlll's G. C Purkey has bought a new school at Cavo Branch Is progressing school at Now Hopo, Tuesday, Aug. camera. Mr. and Mrs, Don Allen ox- - iilody with Charley Anderugu as 29th. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Smith will or ' in j Bo-rc- a, thtA9t BPoO ad J ' well-Lewi- s, ( ,lnl ,,), giir W Car-mac- fsMS3 g, Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm ? to Do you want to buy a good building lot in Berea and do as others have done, build you a $ well-dress- vU-Re- comfortable home, educate your children and make a living? a want at a It "Shield Brand" Clothing or 6 that 'ad-joinin- for R. W. Bicknell G. D. HOLLIDAY BEREA,