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The Citizen BI2KEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, J USE 0, 1012 Knowledge Is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XIII. Fire cents Ono Dollar a year. No. 19 "SCHOOL'S OUT" "Como to IlookH," and "School's Out." Tho ono brought us reluctantly, sometimes sullenly, hi from play. In tho broader sense it called us, glad of heart, from tho toll of the fields and hills. How wo yelled when tho hoo, closo on to tho heels of tho plow, had cut tho last need, rounded up the last hill of corn in the Inst row nt tho top of the steepest nnd highest hillsido field when corn was "Inid by!" How wo yelled! It was tho signal that the long weeks of sweaty toil were ended. And how wo scampered awny lo school when wo henrd tho first call "Como to Books!" Hut wo had our shnro of human nature, nnd wo cheered nnd cheered ngain nud stampeded hotnownrd, tho "treat" striped sticks of candy lu mouth and hand nt tho word from tho leneher, "School Is "II we plcese yon tell ether, if net, tell ai." Don't Buy Your Paper, Steel, Iron, Tin and Slate Roofing until You See Us WHY? . BEREA BANK & TRUST CO. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS S, .1. A. ISAACS, President. n J. W. STEPHENS, Vice President. " JOHN F. DEAN. Cashier. A. H. WILLIAMS DR. P. CORNELIUS R. H. CHRISMAN J. K. BAKER W. M. HAYES W. H. CLARK E. C. WYNN The standing and responsibility of our Hoard of Directors arc a guarantee of careful and judicious management. 4. Out." The officials keep in close touch with every detail of the business and by so doing insure acceptable service to the patrons. 4 per cent paid on time deposit. Safe Deposit Doxes for rent in our fire proof vault for $i.oo per year. New York drafts sold at reasonable rates. THE COLLEGE YEAR Review of the Work in Some of the Departments pects for the Coming Year. T1IK COLLEGE. Tho year 1911-1- 2 has witnessed tho largest enrollment tho College Department has ever had, and with this Increased enrollment has como suierlor results In work. nil branches ot tho college Thcro has been a general movement among tho men ot tho cllego departIn ment to havo tho mcmbtrshlp tho two oldest literary societies, Hil to Helta and Alpha Zcta, confined men of that department. Tho Stato Oratorical Contest this year was won by Leo. F. Gllligan, u sophomore In tho collego department, whoso work as an orator was a credit to tho collego and a testimony to tho efficient teaching of Professor Ralno who is In chargo of tho work In English and Public Speaking. Tho Stato Inhibition Contest also was won by Mr. Elmer Gabbard, another member of tho collego department, who thus won tho right to represent Kentucky In tho contest which was hold at Syracuse, N. V. this spring, whoro "Mr. Cabburd also did creditable work. Miss Welsh has added new features to Uio work In Gorman. Prof. Itumold has offered now and Interesting courses In Chemistry and Physbasement ics. Tho newly equipped of Science Hall Is very near to tho Ideal room for tho teaching of Physo ics. Tho History and Political work conducted by Prof. Hobert. son Is being pursued with mora in- Scl-enc- Pros tcrest every year. Prof. Cromer who lias clinrgo of the work In Mathematics hits made n host of friends and Tho "treat," nnd always from tho teacher to us never from us to tho teacher! Wonder what it meant! Treat-- y of peace no doubt, and tho "sweots", tho teacher's token of repentance for words nnd blows sometimes too harsh nnd too heavy in view of the hard and backless benches and his her want of skill and tact. I'enco wo proclaim it now nt least n lasting pence nnd in sorrow for our own shortcomings and ns our pledge we throw a boutpiet back across tho years. No "commencement" then simply "school is out." And it was out, indeed, lo some to ninny manly boys and beautiful girls glad, happy, joyous, becauso ''school was out." The "come to books" of the returning Fall was heeded not. "Tho farm for nie," said Sam "The farm ami 'Limly. I havo had schooliug enough; more than my father: besides a farmer don't need much education, ami 'Limly, she can cook all right, I guess." "I already havo a job," plead Joe, "Noue of the carpenters I know have been to school bs much as I, aud I can get aloug if they can. No more school for me," aud Joe closed the door of the school on Lucy too. To Sam and Joo it wbb merely, "school is out," but it spelled Commencement, tho' they knew it not their commencement in a losing game. School for them was out too soon. Father's tracks led Sam to poverty when tho locomotive broke tho silence nnd there was no "now ground" to clear, no more timber to sell. And Joe soon had to yield to the mechanic, the draftsman, the architect his schoolmates, some of them who heeded the further call "to books". Ho is not doing tho paying jobs now. They seek tho hands trained in the schools. In great conventions and in Legislatures and Congresses they often play a trick on time turn the hands of the clock back in order to complete the work mapped out. No such trick can be played by Sam and 'LIndy, by Joe and Lucy. They may turn the hands of the clock back if they choose, but the hours of school fail to return, for "school is out." Hut it is "commencement" now and not "school is out." And what a wealth of added meaning. School stands for something now preparation; and life means more a raco course for the schooled, for the trained. "School is Out" drudgery ended, leisure, pleasure, failure. Commencement training secured, ready for the contest, activity, success. 5. 0. that make a specialty of the Hoofing Business. UliC A lSE we sell more roofing ilian nil the other dealers combined. IIECA USE we know how. We guarantee our work to he satisfactory and the best In ever respect. IIECA tWE If you want to put on your own roofing we make It according'to any specifications wanted 5 ft., tJ ft., 50 ft., or any convenient length desired, so as to afford the least waste. We give you instructions, show you the proper me of the tool nnd furnish a helper If you so desire. IIECA I'SE we bought three carloads of Roofing at prices. IIECA L'SE we are In n position to sell you the best roofing for the least money. rock-botto- IIECA I'SE we are the only people Berea School of Roofing HENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager Office Jackson St., rear of Main. Phone 7 Wanted several young men to learn the roofing business. or 181 NEWS The OFJE Dies-Cuban WEEK IK OUR JWN STATE Wright Line-u- p for Presidential Aspi- Administration in Complete Control-Fall- ing rantsChicago Political Capital-N- ew off in Taxation Criminality Constitution for Ohio GerRampant Government to Take man Squadron Visits Us Wilbur Charge of Lincoln Memorial Park Situation. To Build Roads. GOVERNMENT TO CONTROL Is expected that before Congress adjourns a bill will havo passed both Houses providing that tho United States Government take charge cf Lincoln 'Memorial Park, tho birthplace of President Lincoln, near Tho park will bo endowed which provides admission freo for all time. TAX VALUATION REDUCED The Stato Board ot Equalization made a report to tho Governor last Thursday, which report shows a fanning off In stato revenues of nearly thirty thousand dollars. Tho total amouitt property assessed this year amounts to $840,479,191. Tho valuation last year was $846,554,020. CRIMINALITY RAMPANT Our esteemed contemporary, Tho Plnevlllo Sun, has recently congratulated its county on nlno months of comparative peace and quiet no murders In tho county as against a holocaust of crlmo during tho preceding year. But now It has to lament beldam turned loose five killings vithln tho last three weeks. This, says Tho Sun, Is not due to tho laxity of tho courts, for judges and Juries have done their duty as neer In any county, and Bell County has a largo delegation for lifo tenuro in tho penitentiary and somo occupants of tho death house at Eddyvllle. Let tho courts and tho Juries waver not and righteousness will prevail In the end. IN COMPLETE CONTROL The last lssuo ot Tho Citizen reported without detail that the forces won in tho State Democratic convention. Tho convention was a stormy ono, compared by some to th famous 1899 convention In a fow THE LINEUP Nearly all ot tho delegates to tho Republican National Convention havo been chosen now, and the Chicago Hecord Herald figures that President Taft Is reasonably sure ot 452 votes. Colonel Roosevelt 445, Cummins 10, LaFollctto 30, whllo thcro aie 113 unlnstructed. As to tho Democratic candidates the same paper gives Clark 228, Wilson 352, Harmon 4G, Underwood 83, unlnstructed 189. Not all of tho Democratic delegates havo been chosen yet. PITCH TENTS IN CHICAGO havo Tho rival lieutenants who Itcn managing tho Republican Campaigns, changed their headquarters. Saturday, from Washington to Chicago, and from now on until after the convention that city will bo tho political capital so far as Republicans aro concerned. The national committee meets the 6th to begin passing upon tho contests and nlready the situation Is becoming exciting, it has been agreed vpon by both parties that the sittings ot the commltees shall bo public, something not before thought of. So tho papers will be able to help us In Judging whether tho rulings aro fair or otherwise. NEW CONSTITUTION Tho Ohio Constitutional Conven- It Hod-genvll- Get Into The Tabernacle Tabernacle Doors opened Only at These Signals? The exercises in the Tabernacle cannot be interrupted by people going in and coming out at all times. The exercises are divided into four parts, and at the beginning and end of each part there will be a gun fired. At each firing of the gun the Tabernacle doors will be opened for new visitors to enter. At the opening of the third part there will be three guns, so that all may know that the opening of the last part is at hand, and they must hasten in if they would seethe giving of the Bibles and degrees. EACH GUN IS AN INVITATION. Come in at those times. Keep quiet in assembly, and you will see and hear things worth while. Be prompt at the beginning morning session, 9 a. m. and evening session, 1:30 p. m. Everybody should sing the Battle Hymn and farewell piece. bo-fo- ro Prof. Cromer proved a strong addition to tho Collego Faculty. Prof. Downing should Ixi congratulated becauso of a successful year In administrative work as Dean of tho Collego Department. THE NORMAL DEPARTMENT has made a great record this year and the demand for Its graduates Is larger than tho department can supply. Tho class to bo graduated this year, numbering 3.r, Is tho largest In tho history of tho department and perhaps In tho history ot any lnstltu- Contlnurd on rege Two INDUSTRIAL BUILDING Berea College Commencement JUNE 5, 1912 ORDER OF EXERCISES 8:00 A. M. and All Day Reception of visitors at Printing Office, Lincoln Hall, Library and chief College buildings. 8:30 A. M. Band tion has adjourned after several months deliberation, and its product is not so much a new Instrument as a patchwork of tho old, 42 amendments being proposed. These amendments will bo voted on this fall. They Include the Initiative and Referendum but omitted tho Recall, Colonel Roosevelt's speech advocating the Judicial Recall apparently not affecting them. Continued on Tsge I'our ry (Continued en Face Five) Music and Procession PRES. FROST'S TWENTIETH YEAR BACCALAUREATE SUNDAY Starting promptly from Ladies Hall. PLAGES WORTH VISITIN8 areful arrangements havo bocn mado to prtvido for tho comfort and happiness ot all, today, but In case things go wrose officials aro always ready to help. Tho following persons are tho ones to bo apiealcd to: GUIDES aro In chargo ot Prof. " Scale. Itoom 7 Lincoln Hall. U8IIBIUNO 1 In chargo of Prof. Calteo. POLICE Marsh. aro In 9:00 A. M. Morning Program at Tabernacle Is 132 feet long and three stories I. high. For tho present Uio woman's (fikstguk) Industries, tho laundry and sewing Minute Music Berea College Band ., 5 nnd cooking rooms, and a couple of Rev. Aquilla Webb, D. D., Louinille Invocation class rooms aro there, as well as VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS tho mechanical drawing rooms. Tho Aurlculture third story is temporarily used as 8 Demonstration in Fruit Raising Claud C. Anderson a dormitory for young men. WOODWORK BUILDING Equipped with tho best modern machinery for working In wood, aud carpentry has the benches for tho school. NEW POWER Science for the Mountain Farm The Farmer Feeds the World Construction of a house Floyd Kelly John D. McFerron Carpentry 8 chargo ot Prof. Os- Francis Amburgey, Cleveland Frost Richard Howard, Oscar Wilson Home Science PLANT A brick building with tho tallest chimney In this part ot the state. LINCOLN HALL. Mew onglno to provide for tho Ingift of Iloswell Smith, a large, creasing needs ot tho school. Two Tho three story brick building with twen- immenso new boilers used for heating ty offices and class rooms as well as and power. In chargo ot Mr. Dick. rooms for the Literary societies. THE BOOTH Heated by steam from tho Power Refreshments of all kinds are on Tho main recitation building house. of the college. Prof. Dlnsmoro is lu salo there, and you can get cold or hot drinks, fruit, candy and sandgeneral chargo of tho building. wiches. Tho booth la conducted by CARNEGIE LIBRARY Y. M. C. A. nnd nny profit govs Given by Andrew Carneglo at u the CHAPEL Is In chargo ot Mr. borne and Prof. Mathcny. 4 Economy in the Home Home Science in Rural Schools Food Values Flics, Dirt, Bad Cooking Five Food Principles The Country Woman who Knows Things The Mother and School Teacher Let your Light Shine Nurttnr; .Margaret L. Brown Ina O. Curry Margaret E. Dizney Katharine L. Johnson Helen L. Knecland Mary E. Morgan Marguerite Parks Minerva E. Frost -- Eventful Day The Sarmon Procession of Religious Societies Dr. Mist Douglas, Mr. Osborne and Mr. Mabie's Address Hanson as Old and Older in Point of Service. Ot all tho days of commencement this year marks week and of all the exercises, no Commencement the 20th anniversary of Pres. Frost, day Is mora noted than Baccalaureate Day, and none ot the exercises who Is now tho oldest Collego Presilong dent In tho state of , Kentucky In so precious and so worthy to be cherished as tho Sunday exercises point of years of service. Tho "Who's ot the Who In America," a publication that the final spiritual admonition, names ot men in this country Collego through 1U head or somo contains departing who are leaders in all lines, mentions selected minister to the of President Frost as ono of the lead- graduates, tho closing exercises tho various student religious organiing educators, and gives a synopsis sations and the union meeting ot of his career aa follows: Leroy, these religious societies at night President Frost was born at And Sunday was an exceptional New York, July 2nd, 1854, being the Days. son of Rev. Lewis P. and Maria day among Baccalaureate True, the procession had to be omlt-e- d, Goodell Frost. His early days were but then the rain was refreshing, spent partly on tho farm and he was prepared for College at home and one ot the blessings ot the day, as the air waa cooled and the dust disContinued onF(e Two continued on pigc Five 8 Demonstration in Bandaging (second gun) Music iI 1 Mary G. Manning Ellen P. Adams Dovia G. Menifee Foundation School Chorus IiYlbrnatioa for Visitors All college departments are open to visitors during the hours from 8:oo to u:ooa. m. and from i:oo to 4.00 p. m. Visitors will be welcome and will find it pays them to look around a good deal. GUIDES, who will show you the buildings and conduct you around the grounds, can be obtained free of charge at Room No. 7, in Lincoln Hall. LUNCH BASKETS and other parcels may be checked, free ot charge, and will be safely cared for at the small building on the West II. NOHMAI. DKl'AltTMKNT cost ot $40,000. steam heated, and with electric light, contains about 75,000 volumes ot carefully selected for books, open dully to students Loading rtudy and research work. magazines and newspapers are kept on fllo. In tho rear wing aro temporarily located tho offices of tho President, Treasurer aud Secretary. MUs Corwln is in charge. to this excellent work. Persons bringing lunch may deposit their baskets and baggago and receive a check for tho same at tho small schoolbulldlng near the tabernacle. Three YearCoune Other places you may want to visit ore: ARCHITECTURAL (Continued on Drawing Room How to Make the Farm Pay Better The Mountain Public Schools The Ideal Teacher The Need of Better Farm Supervision The Farm Home and Its Environment.. (Continued on page 3.) lticuevd from dellrerlng tddrcu. .. George Bowman William W. Brown Martha Dean William Dean Elizabeth B. Evcrsole I'tgt Two) side of the Campus, nearest the Tabernacle. MOTHERS WITH CHILDREN will find a place where they can rest and, and if they wish to, where can leave their children in good care in room 82 of the Chapel. Nurses and caretakers will be on hand, and every comfort will be provided for mothers and babies. Page Two. THE GOLLEGE YEAR Continued from pai e on Hon In Kentucky. Tho course (or the degree of It. Pod Is exactly suited to tho now requirements of tho Stato for Wchors of County High Schools. Prof. DInsmoro has written a new hook on Psychology which will corao from the press some time this summer. Prof. Calfco Is tho author of a new bosk on dally computations THE CITIZEN have rufflclent rooms thcro would been many more. Tho work has been new enlarged by the addition of sehool rooms In storo buildings, some of which nro excellent. It was wees- sury, however, during tho wlnUr term to have a number of floating classes which met In various rooms. Tho oxerclses June 6, 1912. attendance of 1.C09 as against 1,423 last year has been tho best In the history of Borca. Hut wo anticipate and look forward to even better nnd greater results In l!tl2-13. MmrioNAL SNMrSOIOOL FOUNDATION SCHOOL BRADUATI ON 7 Then enter the Are you not far advanced? FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thot. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Here yt J will bo placed with others llks yourself, under n special toaoher, and make own eelves." Jimn 1:23. Vnn will m.iatrr Arltlimatlc and the COtnmOB mnil mnlil nrnnrii Last week wo had from tho lips of branches and bo ready to uso them. You wlll havo sinking, drawing, farm . Jesus threo Illustrations of thnt falso and household manaKoment, and freo Ono year In the Fou rlghteousnes which ho will not coun- datlon School costs less than 190 nnd Is worth 11,000. tenance In his new kingdom. Todny's ' Aro you aiming to bo a toachcr7 Then Join the lesson Is tho last of tho present scries NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Hero you will be io which hns to do with tho fundamental teachings oxpressed by Jesus In his trained that you will fear no examination, nnd you will be taught how U supply, yj mnnlfcsto nnd It Is cmphaJtcd by tho teach. Tho demand for Berea trained teachers far exceeds th Are you Interested In earning money? Oolden Text taken from James' cpls- tic, THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Mile. E. Marsh, Dean. Home Science. Jesus begins with a short parable Mountain Agriculture. which, though not recorded by Mat- - Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. thow as being used In this samo con- - Printing and Dullness Course, Eto. Prof. Calfee nectlon Is hero used to introduce ana doing Here you JQOn (,oublo J.our Mrnlng Iower( an,j tarn to to explain what was said about tho th,ng8 , ft Upcr)or manncr. for farmers nnd business men. Prof. Coll.g Cour.., Then tak. ro you desiring the next best th... to Jrae0susn.n?orms Lewis will bo engaged In instituto two or ln" enr ' work part of the coming summer. abovo our Master. --Wo must teach Two the of GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Ho Is also prlnclrnlly In tho samo manner ho State Superintendents' and Institute taught, o. . by our lives. Ho has years, or threo years. In such practical studies as will fit you for an honor-bee- n hio and useful life. You selct your studies from such as these: Physl-t- o setting forth tho manner of llfo Worker's Association. bo followed by his disciples. Ho ology tho science of health; Civics Iho sclanco of government: Orammsr THE ACADEMY, while not tho Kthlcs tho science of right tho art of correct spoech and Is tho lncarnato truth, and In that largost department of tho Colleg;, fact lay his power nnd success as a nd wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence! has this year enrolled 271 students teacher, so ns wo lncarnnto his llfo, Uotany necessary for tho doctor nnd Interesting to every lady t Physics tho os against 229 last year, nnd llvo his llfo beforo tho world, we shall the sclenco of machinery; Drawing, Ilookkeeplng. etc., etc. throughout the exercises, nttendanco In this department is tne Do you wish to prepare to enter Collego? Btart In the most successfully teach. His sight of any of the various de- At tho conclusion of tho program was unimpaired, hence his ability nnd DEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis e. Mathsny, partments of the College. Tho depart- guards Dean. Ilcst training In Mathomatics, Languages, Sclenco nnd History. The however, cortlficatcs were presented to the power. Jesus, comrighteous Academy has Its own against any inent spirit Is strong and has been class, numbering 9S, who have anil Men's Dormitory, and a large body ness upon tho part of his followers by ot students of high charnctor and ability, able Instructors, and use of Col- this year by the Academy pleted tho work of tho school. tclllne us that "everyone." that Is legs Library and apparatus. dining room which has proven very ho Is perfected popular. The Faculty has been depletPRES. FrSt'sTwENTIETH YEAR every disciple, "when shall bo as his master." (v. 40.) No ed by the retirement of Mrs. Put- (Continued from fmtpsne) leader or tenchcr has ever mado nny nam but tho work has been carrlei DR. EDWARD C. DOWNING, DEAN. ImW entering Belolt great nnd lasting contribution or ho at Milton, Wisconsin, on with full success. upon history except ns P. pression Collego in 1S72. He received his A. The College Itself stnnds apart from all the other schools under Its rats VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS THE has In n mensuro emulated the llfo of at Oberlln In 1S7C. nftor which Jesus or followed tho principles ho Agemcnt nnd has long maintained the highest standards known In the South. iiliow unusual progress nnd the numTo conform to tho Carnegie standards we havo diminished our former rehe pursued a courso In theolojry nt taught the world. ber of students taking diploma quirements! Kequlred and eleetlve studies with opportunity to concentrate Beam and Mote. Seminary and Oborlln, nt Andover courses was 1C3 as ngalnst 33S last Laboratories It Is ns wo are being perfected, fol In particular lines. Latest college library In Kuntucky. received his B. I. which plnoe he year. Miss Merrow who had charge low on after perfectnoss In Christ equipped tor student practice. Courses leading to the degrees of A. B, B. tl gro In 1S79 and was then appointof tho Domestic Science work had Jesus, thnt wo aro effectually ablo to s , U. L, and 11. Ped. ed professor of Greek. Ho pursued to retire temporarily and has been MUSIC Harvard, fee for ourselves and to lead others. Hand, may (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, post graduate studies nt be taken for special fves la connection with work In any of the greatly missed. Tho work in Domestic Jesus by menns of this teaching about (Ph. I).), and Gottlngon. the beam nnd tho moto shows us how above sobooU. Wooater, Science, however, has been increased this ho went abroad for lmposslhlo It is for a man who Is himBesides nnd carried on by the addition cf study in 1901 and 1911. Harvard Uni- self disobedient to the truth to bo two now faculty members, Miss Moore versity recognized his sterling worth able to do nnythlng thnt will help 01 tho Moody School, Northampton, Berea, Friend of Working Students. llcrea College, with Its afflllatsd and put tho stamp of approval mi others who nro In a llke stato of dis- schools, la not a Mass., and 'Mls3 Webster of Boston. Institution. It requires certain fees, but Ho plainly Implies that obedience. Lis work by giving him tho D. 1). Enthusiasm In this department Is ' It Is not only Impossible but nctunlly It expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of Ita stuin 1907 nnd Oberlin conferred a sin for ono who has a beam, a dents, giving highest advantages ut lowes t cost, and arranging for students growing every day and definite plans ' Miss Thurston to earn and sare In every wny. unon him tho LL. I), degree in 190S. "splinter" In his eyo to attempt to for tho enlargement of tho work nro Ky., who of Salycrsville, OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect while professor at Oberlln ho wa3 tho mote a light speck of dust being carried forward for next year,' klnson will not bo a stranger next fall as lutcrested In public affairs, securing from tho eyo of another. Tho sin the character nnd reputation ot the young people. Our students come from especially tho work in Agriculture visiting with Miss tHe requirement of United States of attempting to teach that which we the best families and are earnest to do well and tmiVove. For any who may and Homo Sclenco. Tho now Groen she has been become nc- - mstory In all teachers examinations, ourselves do not obey Is greater than he sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge. House which was erected during tho Thurston this spring and All except those with parents In Berea livo In College buildings, and qualnted with a number of Uerea anj runnlng for Lieutenant Governor tho sin of htm who is not obedient but winter has ndded materially to the makes no attempt to teach tho truth assist In work ot boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable trainstudents and friends. Prof. Rigby is on tno prohibition ticket. equipment for tho work In Agrlcul- nnd called forth the emphatic "thou ing, and getting pay according to the valuo ot their labor. Except In winto bo congratulated on tho success .. I President Krcst has written many hypocrite" of Jesus. How many ter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part ot their ex- .. .1 . work nd that nrtlcIc, dcalIng Mh the peculiar fathers desire their sons to walk in penses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. tunlty for tho raising of plants and whlc,h has B tCufd thls Jc"- - educational problems of tho moun-Clar- k tho path of truth and yet they make experiments in plant breeding. Prof.!0' PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary of no effort to rcmovo tho beam from wlta ,jiff,r,nt p,opi8. nerea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the best. has been In ereat demand as t ATHLETICS. Mr. LIchtwardt, who- tains and has traveled thousands is u iu but m uawj xneir own Jcs uypocruce itudents must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps lias been in cnargo 01 uio gymna- miles auurcssing auuivutt-us wonuereu ai uat iue uwu juii and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. The Co op.re- Nlch-oli- a parts of tho U. S. In tho interest of slum work for meu, and Hiss Into tho ditch? tlve Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and who has conducted tho classes Berea. Students, faculty and towns Jesus emphasizes all of this by uso other necessary articles at cost. rejolco with him for young ladies, havo both stimulat peoplo of Berea all The of tho figure of LIVING EXPENSES are realty below cost. The College asks no rent ed Interest In gymnasium work and on this tho 20th anniversary of his preposterousness of our looking for buildings In which studonts live, charging only enough room In basket ball, and credit Is duo them connection with Borca, and wish for figs upon thorn bushes, or to look for for the fine rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuol, lights, and washing of bedding and for the way in which these classes him many years of continued life grapes upon a bramble bush Is pat- towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, J1.35 a waok. In the fall, havo been conducted throughout tho nnd service In tho Interests of Be- - ent to nil. We know that corruption Is , and II. SO In winter. For furnished room, with fuol, lights, washing of bed- year. Tho Track Team was rewarded rea College and the peoplo for whom not so much a matter of Infection as a,a- ' DW nl8 lor "on PrionIt has to do with Inward purity. If for Its efforts by an overwhelming ho has dono so much. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for the tree of llfo Is pure it will yield Miss Douglas of tho Foundation perfect fruit, for life always repro-- return of room key, library books, eto. This Is paid but once, and Is returned victory at Danville, and by winning ' second place at tho SLito Meet tn School nlso celebrates this year her duces Its own typo, In tho samo man- - when the student departs, itho 15th of last month. Berea la 20lh anniversary as a Berea worker, ner tho Influence a man exerts Is the Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school our having commenced her work slmul- glad to say that Mr. Collins of what ho Is In his own lags, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental Pee for most Icadlng point winner has many other tanoously with President Frost. Mls3 llfo. In verso 46 Jesus adds furtbor students Is 15.00 a term, 16.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In Colle-llg'good qualities besides thoso of phy3- - Douglas has made hosts ot friends upon this matter ot hypocrisy, glato courses. teat prowess. Ho Is a young man of In her years of service at Berea nnd iie lias nirenuy ioia us wo are 10 uunu n,1 room r.nt h PAYMENT MUST DC IN ADVANCE. Inrldentnl f tho Berea type, equally developed wo wish for her many years of conupon his words, which were the truth the term, board by the halt term. Installments are ns follows: tinued usefulness among us. in spirit, mind and body. Now he shows us that to call him 1'Al.U THKM Treasurer Osborno Is now tho per- "Lord, Lord" with lips only, nnd not Tho chief characteristic of our ath-lVCAIIUNL AHII ACAUrMV roUNUATIUN ICIIIWll AMI KI1HMAL year has been Its wide son longest In Collego service, this because of a heart conviction, even lea tills COLL.OH Incidental 1'ee jj J 600 I 7.00 diffusion among all students. Wo havo King his 23rd year. Ho has mado though It bo known and heard of all new... , f, ) 7.UJ Ha.nl, 7 week. J4j threo athletic fields and a fourth Is himself indispensable In his Import- - men, wlll not avail. This sort of cry94 9S Prof. F. O. Clark progress, and tho number of our ant office, and Is counted a friend by ing aloud shall bo tested by him who In Amount i!ueie lit 11.1411 fwa f".4S fJ 45 knows tho thoughts and the Intents Ikuril 7 weeki, ilue (Kt. ), i;u 9 4j 9 4i a lecturer on Agriculture throughout tennis courts has been greatly In- - everyono who has ever dono business i of the heart nnd It, too, shall receive Tatnl far Irrm ) 'tt tn X i Mr. Hooks work in ercased so that thero aro more young with tho Institution. tho state. tho Just reward of all hypocrisy. To It paid In jitttiiiir. . . . S'JU.DO X.I.IO :ii.iu While speaking of yenrs of carpentry has boon moro widely np- - j men nnd women In Berea today cry "Lord, Ixrd,' 'to Judge others by Wl.NTHK THKM InclilenLI I'ce ; SOU 6. OH Department receiving tho benefits of athletic vlco wo may mention that Mr. Sam-rho- different standards from thoso by Tho Printing I I 6 7 ) Much uel Hanson is tho oldest trusteo, which we Judgo ourselves, Is but anHoard, A weeks . . finely equip- - oxerclso than over before. a new class-roo9 x) 9o ped. Tho Hospital has cared for a credit Is duo tho Athletic Committee- having been a member of tho Board other ovldenco of the sin of selfishAmount ilue J.uuarv t. 191) . fit. 10 f.oo ness. fJ CO lluatd ter 6 uecks, due 1'eb. 11, )Ata very largo number of patients, nnd'ol tho Collego who havo mado with Fee, Rogers ond K. II. Fairchlld Obedience the Only Proof. T.tal for term will havo several nowly trained nurses' arrangements for our athletic events ns early as 1SSC. ftl.M fMM If wo will real Paul's eplo upon t'jH.AO If iilil In 111U11111 . 30.711 l.Tu and aroused Interest which has ro- to graduate love (I. Cor. 13) dally It will clarify Ki'KlNtt THKM I rLflbCO WnRTu VIQITIMR Incidental I'ee THE FOUNDATION SCHOOL this Bultcd In bolter preparation and our vision and correct the motive of I ita 6.00 I 7.w .Koo,Continual from 1'irst l'aue 4o year has had enrolled 493 as ngalnst greater BUCCCSS. our lives so thnt Its fruit will bo nc 500 lloanl, 3 weeka Obedlonco la tho 4IG of last year. If thero had been Tho Iu chargo of Mr. Llndsley. Industrial ceptablo to God. THIi GHUATF.lt THINGS. Amount due March 4, it jj only ono and only acceptable proof greater things In tho work of n building. Hwnl J weeka, due Apr j., lytj . . . 675 wo are friends of Jesus (John CAKPENTUY Christian Institution aro not told by Room, In chargo of that Total far term in V In it f'Vio 1C:14). To further add light and pillil III fllltlllll-tS,44.oo If figures. Berea has not only had 1.C09 llr. Burgess, Woodwork Building. 34.00 f X.VOO significance to this whole matter Special Expenses studonts, but It has had students, LAUNDHY, Iu chargo Business. of Miss Jesua tells us ot the two kinds ot for tho most part, who without Bo- - Mooro, Industrial Building. nit foundations upon which men build. KleuKialiy ami T)ewrillUK ' f4 ' IKwkkeeiluK (tCHiilar omiimt) fl.o lam rta'a invitation would not bo start- SKWING AND COOKING school in That upon the solid rock may bo se14 M oo UkkrtjluK (brief courtc) j,ut Seo od In linos of Improvement. It has chargo ot Miss Spccr and Miss Weli- - verely tried, as shall all tho works ot R mmi-- v ,niii!-itiui ' iui IUirilt mnn's hands, but bolng rightly foundother departments 1.C03 students who como from com- - slur, Industrial Building. ,u y bteiiniai4iy VMI munltlos In which thoy can do great BOTANICAL Laboratory nnd Cabin- - ed tho storm breaks and not the ryiiewriuiik'. with one hour use house. of InMniiiienl eaa 70a good. Nearly 400 of thoay studonts tt, In chargo of Prof. Lewis. Indus- CtHMmeicUl Ijiw. Commercial ('.ton Is your houso founded upon tbo livraphy, Cnmiueii lal Atithnielk or j havo this year begun a Christian life, Building. trlul IViituaUktilp, rath BaW jm ing word or upon the speculations ot W 34 111 110 cae will They havo in Beroa mado tho nc- LANT1CHN eclal lliiMnean I'ee etcerd In uu per tentl BOOM In chargo of eclonco? Faco this question wo must. j rualntanco of tencheM whoso lives Prof. Itumold, Sclenco Hall. 11th Lesson outllno: t ro an examplo nnd on lncontlvo in COMMERCIAL Room, In chargo of d young man or young vvomtiu can Any L Falso and True Teachers, t uu education at nil good things. And they havo lis-- . Mr. Llvougood, Lincoln Hall. ilure.a if tliuro Is the wlll to do so. to many of the great prophetic Ami don't forgt to visit Tin: 1. Danger, v. 39, 40. It Is a grat advantage to ttnrt in tho Fall nnd havo a full year of of tho world , voices Cable, Ben OJTJZKN oflfco. Seo tho best prow 2. Llko toacbor. like puplL r. 41, continuous study. Many young peopl i wnsto tlmo In tho publlo schools Llndsley, Kulght, Mablo. Cortalnly In Kastern Kentucky at work. Seo 42, fcolng over and over tho saiuu things, when thoy might bo Improving the prayers of Berea'B founders nro tho folding machine, that will fold a 3. The Test. v. by coming to Borca und starting In on now studies with much faster I'itiK answered, and wo aro very thousand papers tin hour. Seo tho II. Final Fxortatlon. v. sumo of tho best young men und women from othor counties and States. sure a host of good peoplo nro pray- - wonderful lluotypotbat sets up Iho 1. Profosslon. v. 49. Mako your plans to como on ?pt. nth. " 2. Testing, v. ins for Berea now. mutter printed In tho paper. Also For Information or friendly udvlco wrlto to tha Secretary 3. Practice, v. 43. Summing up, wo cannot but say pay your subscription, If it happens 4. Testing, v. 49. Supt. Edwards of Foundation School that tho school year 1011-1- 2 with an to bo behind, but como anyhow. Ky. LHSPON TEXT Luke OOI.DE.V TEXT "tie ye doers of the Word, and not hearers only, deluding-youtext-books- nt thorough work which Is being dono In this department nnd thero will an exhibit of their work on Com- of mencemcnt Day. Tho teachers this department, Supt. Kdwnrds, Mis Onboard, Spcnce, Douglas, 'Momh-s- . Williams, Ilowmnn, the Durhnm, Misses Pitts, Powell, Evans, Codding- and Mrs. Morton have a right to great satisfaction In reviewing the work of the year. Tho work done In tho Sth grade vory gratifying, this year has Irtid a numbr of students have tnKen examinations and received first class certificates. Tills fact Is a testimony to tho quality of the Instruction they havo received. Miss BoAtrlght's visitors' Bailor)' 1aS i.n.n thronred all the year by stu- itl'nts nnd visitors who havo been delighted with her primary methods, has TtIE jiUSIC DEPARTMENT lndowl a rcmarkablo record both in lllc superior work in tho Itarmonlu gaiety and In tho recitals where the j upi9 m voice, organ and piano have 'performed at public concerts. It Is Bratfyng to know that more than 60 stmjents this year have been recclv- .llg instruction In cabinet organ music anJ Kr?at progress has been made in thls subject under tho direction 0r viss Thurston. Her many friends (n ierea greatly regret her leaving, itPr piaco wlll bo taken by Miss Tho graduating exercises of the on Memorial Day nnd graduntlng exercises which wero foundation School wero hold In tho tho at two held on Friday last showed tho Tabernacle, Friday alternoon o'clock. Tho entire program was of excep-l- j tlonnl merit, nnd certainly, If Its worth could havo boon anticipated, would havo drawn n much larger audience than was present. Tho program, as published In tins last lssuo of tho Citizen, was car-te- n ned out with but slight change, nnd the 1, glance nt It would pay for trouble, Inasmuch as It Is an Index to tho spirit of thoso who planned it ns well as an outllno of tho alms 0f tho Foundation bcnooi. All of the addresses under the tl- tie, "Symposium" Tho Call of the mils, tho Schools, tho Farm, tho the Medicine, Home, the Roads, Church were Instructive, nppoalin; and welt delivered. Two other num- bers that aro worthy of special men. tlon wero "Tho Progress of the Cen- turles" by tho Sth Orado Juniors and th "A lesson on Textiles" by the Grade Senior girls. ( Tho cnss motto, "Let Deeds Prove,' I? n good ono nnd seems to hae been kept In mind by every one who had a jmrt In tho program, for U was exceedingly practical, thought provoking and Fcomed certainly to lnspiro to tho Ideals proclaimed Lesson (Dy E. O. flELt.Ellfl. Director of Even-In- ir Department, Th Moody lllbU In- tlluto of Chicago.) J Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS i LESSON FOR JUNE 9 HEARING AND DOINQ. I :. What Aro Your Talents? What Arc Your Aims? Berea Has the Training That is Best For YOU. len Book-Bindin- ,, STb.tliSS . B-- ' letter-writin- class-room- s Berea College Questions Answered money-makin- de-gr- eo 1 1 I fruit-bearin- " - I build-Influen- wviaiLLHf ht et ... iU-V- . ' V . i ' . ' 7a 1 111 . . ' Plan Now, Come September r able-bodie- 39-4- 43-4- 46-4- 47-4- D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Free! A Handsome Embossed and Gold Decorated Q Semi-porcelain Dinner Set To Be Consisting of 65 Pieces Given Away Every Month at Our Store! CALL AT OUR STORE FOR PARTICULARS HOW CAN WE AFFORD TO DO THIS? Every dollar spent with us gives you a chance to get this Elegant Dinner Set! But this does not cause prices to be any higher. For we are never satisfied until we give even more value than can be obtained elsewhere, and we do not sacrifice quality for price. Our Merchandise consists of the' highest grades and best qualities the result of careful buying at the lowest cash prices. it. We wish especially to call your attention to our stock of Women's and Children's Shoes. We sell the kind that wear well. in our house, as we have every season. No shop worn shoes We want your trade, and are willing to pajr for We carry a big assortment of ready-to-wegarments: Children's Dresses at 25c, 50c, 75c and $1 each Misses' Dresses at 50c, $1 and $2.25 ar Women's Dresses at $3.75 to $5.50 Everything in Knit and Muslin Underwear, Skirts, Linen Laces, Embroidery, Dry Goods, and Notions. We sell Clark's ready-mad- e them manufactured for us Coats, Rain Coats, Waists, Corsets, Hosiery, greatly reduced the prices on all slippers and low shoes that we carried over from last season. We have a variety of styles and most all sizes. ' We have T." Thread, six spools for 25c Simpson and American Calico at 5c per yard N. "0. On these bargain days we will have a special sale in some of our departments, on which the prices will be greatly reduced. DAY." The first of these Banner Bargain Days will be Wednesday, June 12. 13 I very- - Wednesday we will have our "BANNER BARGAIN The sale will be on Shoes and Slippers. This docs not mean just on the Slippers carried over from last season but on the entire stock of Women's and Children's Shoes and Slippers. The prices on the carried over stock, for this day, will also be marked down from the already reduced prices. If you do not Watch The Citizen, as we will announce in it, the week before, what we will have on sale the following Banner Bargain Day. take The Citizen your time will J)e well spent to come to our store and see for yourself the bargains we offer every Wednesday. Our Styles are Right Quality the Best Prices Can't be Beaten , Wc will give you a square deal. Give us an opportunity to prove this to you. MRS. S. R. BAKER, Richmond Street Berea, Kentucky Page Four. THE CITIZEN. June 6, 1912. E. F. COYLE R. R. COYLE COYLE'S Have moved into their new quarters, by far the best in Madison County. Two large rooms (4250 sq. ft. of floor space) equipped with every modern convenience for the retailing of merchandise, where they will constock in this end of the County. tinue to carry the most complete and up-to-da- te CLOTHING MEN'S SHOES HATS AND CAPS MEN'S FURNISHINGS YOU PAY g.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.c.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o,o DRY GOODS LADIES' SHOES NOTIONS LADIES' FURNISHINGS LESS OR GET MORE Mr. ,4' i : "Mr. II. L. Chalker of Knoxvllle, Tenn., President of the Chalker Portrait Co. Is In town this week 8 drilling boys to represent his Co. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. McFerron of Pine Hill, arrived Tuesday, to atGATHERED FROM A NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, tend the graduating exercises VARIETY OF SOURCES a the College Department at which e their son, John, graduates. Dr. A. E. Thomson, Principal of ran has been the principal of tho the Lincoln Institute at Slmpsonvllle, Alderson Graded School of Alderson, arrived, Tuesday, for a few days visit Okla., for the past year.. In Berea. ( House cleaning is now In full blast Mr. Walter Dlzney who has been and don't forget the new furnishings In MIddlesboro, Ky., for tho past CITY I'lIONK 1S3 at Welch's. few months returned home, Tuesday, Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. Miss Hattle Sullivan, a teacher of for a few weeks vlelt, the Williamsburg Institute, Is sitMr. John Jackson returned from DAN H. BRECK ing with her brother, It. D. Eulltvan, Idamay, Tuesday, whero ho has been Fire, life, Accident, and Live Stock a student of the Vocational Schools, employed. thls week. INSURANCE 31r. and Mrs. Hczeklah Washburn T ... n XT I are visiting friends and relatives in ul ", Will sign your bond. "is uausuier Richmond, Ky. who has becn attemlIng una ween, town, this week. Phone 505 Miss Maude Isaacs of Mlddletown, this year. Ohio, is visiting her sister, Esther, Tho only real up to dato lino of who Is In school here until after Combuggies in !Madlson County, now at mencement. ' ATTORNEY AT LAW Welch's. 'Mr. Joso Garcia, Berea student of The Domestic Science class with last year. Is visiting friends Will practice in Madison and here Miss Webster and Mies Moore were adjoining counties. this week. Mr. Garcia is attending a entertained at dinner last Friday Technical School at Hamilton, Ohio, Office in Berea National Bank evening at tho home of Mr. H. V, this year. Taylor. Tho Misses Ophelia Kincald and The Misses Cora and Lillian Kelly, Welch's fertilizer has Just what Lantz of Richmond were visiting 'Myrtle Farley and Mr. Asher Strong your soil needs, and saves you money friends of the College, Monday. were entertained at dinner, Sunday, at $20 per ton. Mrs. Minnie and Frances Bender "f by tho Misses Grant and Lillian Mau-plMrs. E. M. Anderson of Los Ange Richmond are guests at Mr. Joo Scrlv- les, Cal., and her physician Dr. Virner's, this week. Miss Grace L. Cornelius visited her ginia Smith of Now York, who have uncle, Mr. Joo Azblll of Richmond, lieen spending the winter at Dr. Burns' school at Oneida, on their way from Saturday until Monday. Better refrigerators, Ice, cream to New York, are spending this week freezers and water coolers at Chris-man'- s. at Boone Tavern. The Senior Class of '12 were enter Mr. Adrlance Baldwin of Waukesha, tained at supper at the home of Mr. Wis., a graduate of tho Vocational II. E. Taylor last Monday evening. !Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Haley of Big department la3t year Is visiting BeHill visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas rea, this week. Mr. Bean Allen of Richmond wa3 l.ogsdon, Sunday. FOR SALE: 4 foot wire fenciag at in town, Monday, on business. Hare you seen Welch's new fence 25 cents per rod at Welch's. Rev. Wm. II. Dager spoke on forat 25 cents per rod? Miss May Stevens of Williamsburg eign mlslons last Sunday evening at the Y. M. C. A. meeting. This is visiting in town, this week. was the last of the Life Work on Nino buggies sold at Welch's people Series. "Buggy Day" shows what the 'Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klnnard of Des think of good buggies. Moines, Iowa, are visiting, in Berea Dr. and !Mrs. It. L. Collins of Hyden for a few weeks. are visiting Mr. Bon Collins, the DocNew Perfection Oil cookars and tor's brother, this week. the "Barr oven with the window." Ky Miss Cora Smith of Wheeler, Chrlsman's, Who graduated from the Vocational at Miss Mattie Wedlock of Annvllie, Schools last year, now bookkeeper and Creek Is visiting Mr. U. B. Roberts and stenographer for tho Brush Mary Slier family until after Commencement. Coal Co., is visiting Miss Miss Nettle Oldham, a student at until Commencement. S, N Is visiting Mrs. Bert room house for sale or the E. K. One four Coddington, this week. 1 rent in west end of Berea. See Dr. 8cott IMcGuIro of Wllmore, Ky., L. Nash. spending sever- has been visiting Mr. John Welch for Mr. Wm. Dooley is the past few days. al days with homefolks near Berea. The Misses Kate and Esther Logs- of Springfield, Dr. P. E. Cromer don of Brassfleld aro visiting their Prof. Ohio, vlBlted his two sons. brother, Thoe. Logsdon, this week. Cromer, and Wm. Cromer, the latMrs. John L. Gay most delightfully College Departter a student of the entertained the members of Pi Epsi- R''V. E- - Z. Imrlo, pastor of the Com- ment, last Wednesday and Thursday. lon Literary Society at her home on Kregatlonal church of White Hall-MicMiss Rose McFerron, a graduate of Chestnut arrived last Friday to attend St, last Friday evening. the Normal Department in 1909, 13 Mr. Blevln Allen of tho class of 03 Commencement exercises. His twa with Bpcndlng a few days visiting who is now the cashier of a bank at sons, Gordon and Jack, are Academy McFer- her friends in Berea. MIbs Bluff City, Tenn., is visiting relagraduates this year. Henry Combs was in town, last tives in Berea, this week. Mr. Robert E. Hatch, a student of week. the College Department in '04 on his The Mlsdea Mary and Grace Adatnn way to Wellsburg, W. Va., to take and Mrs, Ell Cornellson drovo over the position as General Secretary of to Lexington, Saturday, In an auto. the City Y. M. C. A. stopped at B- mobile. ona the first of the week to visit 'Miss Ida Lewis was In Richmond, his brother, who is In school here. Saturday. Mr. Hatch comes from Greer, S. C, Mr. Harry Coddington, a brother THE RACKET STORE where be has been engaged in the ct Miss Kate Coddington, ts hero for same work. He was accompanied by a visit. MRS. EARLY his wife and little child. NEWS OF THE WEEK Mr. Cramp ton Lott of Xcnia, O., Continued (torn firit Page In visiting Cleveland Frost, this J. W. VanWInklo of Mt. Vera-on- , LOCAL PAGE I t 3oooooooooooooooooooooooooX DR. BEST, DENTIST nrrlvcd, Monday, to visit friends and relatives. Mr. W. A. Barrett of Leesburg, O., and 111 ss Nell Thomas of Springfield, O., are visiting Miss Hatcher at Boono Tavern. Oilr. and Mrs. Murdock of Buckhorn Boono aro spending a few days at Tavern. FOR SALE: A fine milk cow. Call at Pres. Frost's residence. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Port wood tf Knoxvllle, Tenn., aro visiting Mrs. Port wood's mother, Mrs. Hannah Bald. Mr. Wm. Brown of Fredericksburg, Ind., camo last week to siend Commencement with hl3 son, who finishes third year Normal. Tho two llttlo daughters of Mr. Oreon Bales of Pendleton County camo last week for a two weeks stay with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis McWhortcr. 3I!ss Fern SInkey, a graduate of last year camo, Saturday, for n few days visit In Borca. Miss SInkey has been teaching In tho South. Miss Viola Click, a memlier of last years class, arrived last week from Oklahoma where sho has becn teaching the past year. Miss Click left, Friday, for her homo at Kerby Knob for a few days stay. Miss Sarah Ely, a nurso from Buck-bor- n, PETTUS CBb PARKS CHESTNUT STREET, BEREA, KENTUCKY IDi'uos, flfocbfdncs, Chemicals PERFUMERY, SOAP, SYRINOBS, BRUSHES, COMBS, WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY We Handle The Purest nnd Best Goods Chester Parks The Feed Man PHONE 64. "b ... f 1 T !.., T DOOLEY'S FOR EVERYTHING TO EAT In addition to the advantages of getting the very best gtadeoi goods in our line at a reasonable price, we are in a position to handsome set of "ROGERS' SIL. show you how to obtain the regular price. .'. .". VERWARE" at about ona-thir- d T. J. COYLE CALL AND INVESTIGATE both to property belonging lo the natives and American residents, tho Government forces havo ben unablo to check them or cope wltli them. and other Unltod6tato war vessels aro standing by waiting tho signal to lntcrvcno It tho Government Is unablo to check the Ulsturbs gun-boata n. arrived Saturday, for a with relatives. visit REFRIGERATORS Are now on display at ances. MILITARY DESPOTISM ad-dr- ess Welch's Furniture and Rug Department. All sizes and prices. Conditions In China aro said to bu extremely serious. On the one hand It U tho terrible suffering from famine and on tho other tho results (if a dlstastrous war and tho weakness of tho established government duo to want of funds and the threats of tho army of liberation which Is now becoming a menace, such that tho ow Republic might be better named a military despotism. FOR SALE On CenUr Straat a goad lat kaava as the John Bale plaea! UawM aa4 barn on lot. Good raaaa for MtUac. --owi Boatj. D. N. Wakftu dawn th throat of a "fapey" chicken detlroya tho worm l and tho chlck'a life. A lew drop In tho drink lor wattr um CURES and PREVENTS GAPES whit (Hanbo, other chick roup, cholera dift-VM- l. One 30c Bottle of Bourbon Poultry Cure and Booklet Makas 12 Gallooa of Medlclaa. a Snrr poultry raleer ahnald keepfreebottle ot sample thla medicine on hand. Write lor HIHtl oaOlaeaea IWEDT CO Sold by fETTllS ft luhflu, If. PARKS, Berea, Ky PUT, ol Powti." Addroea, WELCH'S INVENTOR OF AEROPLANE DIES h., WHAT TO WEAR Walk-Oy- er This Spring? What Color? What Cloth? What Style? a Buster Brown Shoes FM with Wilbur Wright, his brother, Orvllle. of tho acroplano, Hcd at his hom In Dayton, Ohio, last Thursday, from typhoid fever. Ho Is said to he the first aeroplan-1- st to dlo a natural death. And on the day of ha burial another was add-eo to tho long list ot deaths from aerial flight, and two others since. There Is but little doubt that tho Wright brothers will bo rated In the future along with Howe, Morse and llarconl. ilia untimely death Is being mourned the world over. CUDAN SITUATION h Shoes for Men Boys AND Girls Let Us Help You Decide You will find it so easy and satisfactory to make your decision from our Klegant New Spring Styles. Kvery one admires the beautiful styles and marvels at the altractive prices we arc offering. Your new suit will surely come from here if you see the elegant garments and try them on. We arc ready to show you the best values you can get anywhere. Merchandise of quality at fair prices. r ' ' ' Tho Insurrection of Cuba seems to havo grown moro serious during the week. Federal troops havo been dispatched to the region of tho disGERMAN SQUADRON WELCOMED turbances near Santiago, but the week. are pursuing tho policy cf President Tatt, on the Mayflower, Miss Ada M. Dlnkleman of Konnedy, off the Cuban patriots of more than n Ohio, who was Registrar of Berea greeted the German squadron The decade ago; that Is, striking their College in 1910, is in town this week. Portsmouth, Va., June 3rd. by squadron la composed of a dread-naug- tlowa and quickly fleeing to the forMiss Dlnkleman is accompanied Prlnco ests and hills, so that while thoy and throe, cruisers. South Miss Francos J. Gibson of have Inflicted considerable damagj Henry accompanies tho squadron. Charleston, Ohio. ht HAYES BEREA C& '"3fe Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY June 6, igi3. ORDER. OF EXERCISES (Continued from Hrttpago) THE CITIZEN. logo occupying tho front seats nnd tlio Academy, tho Normal Depart ment nnd tho Vocational Schools fol lowing. Tho sermon was ono of unusual power, and tho audience ns well as thoso to whom It wns particularly directed tho graduates was deeply moved. Tho text was tho very famous ono from Hob. 12: 1, "Whcro. fore, seeing wo nrao nro compassed nbout with so great a cloud of witnesses, lot us lay nBldo every weight, nnd tho sin which doth so easily reset us, nnd let us run with patients tho raco that Is set before looking unto Josus tho author and Page Five. Rural Problems Km ma M. Guy , Rural Road Problems jHy Howes District Supervision McQutnn The Country Sunday School ICIsic M. Marsh Child Labor Tannic Moycrs The Attractive Mountain Home Alberta Norwell The Value of Reading and Music in the Home. . .Rosella Roberts The Sanitary Conditions of the Country Home. . .Ashcr H. Strong The Place of the Teacher in the Community.. .. James Harl Tate III, (third oun) Thrcc-Illac- k Music Quartette Crows Mr. Housekeeper: jm Why not let the Telephone do some of the work at home and wife from fret and worry? save" your How many unnecessary steps it saves the housewife can only be realized by those who have the Telephone handy and would not do without it. It is ever ready for use when needed worst and does not cost you. anything for repairs or maintenance. Your neighbor's wife has the advantage of a Telephone, why not yours? Fmir Yftnr Coiim True Heroes School a Social Center The Country Church Rural Problems Purpose and Drift ThcPractical In Rural Schools Helping the Southern Hills The Uneducated Preacher Leadership in Rural Communities Call from the Home Fields Restoring Soil Fertility The Ideal Woman Education for Efficiency. Socialism Consolidation of Rural Schools Patriotism IV. (two ounj) Music " Andrew J. Creech ' Mary Kversolc Thomas Fry finisher ot our faith." elseTho sermon will bo, found where on this page. Tho Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. held their meetings on tho campus In tho evening, tho Y. W. C. A. in frout of Ladles Hall nnd tho Y. M. They C. A. In front ot tho Chapel. presented nn Inspiring spcctaclo for and their stirring songs tho could lib heard blocks away. At tho conclusion of tho Y. M. C. A. moot ing tho boys formed n hugo circle with joined hands aa In tho closing meeting ot tho Ulblo Classes, last Thursday, and sang, "Illessed bo tho tlo that binds," nnd, Joined by tho young peoplo of tho Christian Kn- dcavor, whoso meeting wns held In tho Parish Houso, tho thrco organl- 7atlons formed In lino on cither sldo ol tho walk, tho girls from tho Presi dent's Houso to tho street and tho forming boys through tho campus, an escort for tho President, Dr. Ma- bio nnd others on their wny to tho great mooting In the Chapel. As tho President and his party passed thru tho lines, they fell In two abreast and followed. In tho Chapel addresses wcro mado by Mr. Haphael of tho C. E. telling of Its progress during tho year, Ml33 Shumakcr of tho Y. W. C. A. nnd Mr. Davison of tho Y. M. C. A. Then followed Dr. Mablc's address on tho "Chnlloiigo cf Life," ono of tho most addresses ever heard in IHiwerful Uerea. Wo aro glad to glvo It In full also on another page. Dr. Mablo spoko nt United Chapel, Monday morn ing. This address will also bo long rimenibered by thooo who heard u, 4 . ... Florence Gray Kclitli M. Harvey James K. Hillman Artie McGuirc Leonard Mcccc Silas Moore Mack Morgan Herlin E. Rivcnburg Hcrtic Robinson Jessie Smith Achilles Webb Mary Hope Wilson John Ashcr Solo and Chorus BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED honey gatherer in tho painted flower bills. Hut It you will just cat a lit- tlo and drink a tlttlo and sleep a litA COMPLETE LINE tle and wait In idleness for a few years then tho hoboes will got Hardware, Paints, Mowing Machines, Farming Implements, Gasoline and you. God's law of achievement In Oil Stoves, and Groceries this world Is indicated In tho saying "Thero Is no royal road to learning." Wo learn "lino upon line, preMAIN STREET, near Bank cept upon precept, hero a littlo and thero a little." Tho Christ was mada perfect through tho things which Le starting out a number of our Ralph Bingham, humorist, also en suffered. In such a world llfo must ol the young folks to lead a now llfo. Mr. tertained Berea audiences. bo a short, sharp raco toward Among tho morning chapel speak Knight returned again In Februnry goal. and preached fourteen sermons with ers of tho year who brought brief Again, I present to you with all power and force and about 300 more but forceful messages to our stuconfldenco tills Ideal of Intensity ami students wcro led to seek a higher dents were Rov. Huget of Detroit, energy when I rcfloct upon tho llfo. Many of tho studonts and towns Mich., and ono ot our own trustees of tho Issuo of llfo. Thcso isHon. Guy Ward Mallon ot Cin sues in tho end aro of your own folk will never forget these sermons of Mr. Knight cinnati. making, whatever tho theologians The College Y. M. C. A Bible In tho fall and again In tho spring may say of tho importance of thu brought together tho Conforcnco wo had tho plcosuro of listening graco ot God or our teachers aud leading men of all tho colleges of to Mr. Geo. W. Cablo ot Northampfriends may say of tho advantages tho stato at Bcrca last fall. Other ci education. Practically every day ton, Mass., ono ot the most famou. Y. M. C. A. speakers wcro Mr. Tra- of all southern writers, himself 0 we nro making our lives. It you sow wick of Nashville, Tenn. and H. S. thorns In tho fields you do not pro confederate soldier and a man of refutation, appreciated Elliot ot New York City. duco grapes. If you sow thistles you Jwojld-wid- a We cannot closo this list of speakdri not reap corn or wheat or roses. nut only in our own Southland and ers without mentioning Mr. HamilYou reap exactly what you sow. bis own country, but across tho watthese ton W. Mabio of the New York OutI pon tho same day In tho same city ers. Mr. Cable on both of occasions entertained largo audiences look and 'Mr. Herbert S. Johnson of of Cleveland, a generation ago, two Boston, Mass., who we listened to boys began attendance upon two dif- and each time addressed tho United Chapel the morning following his with so much profit and pleasure ferent Sunday Schools, tho one went only last Sunday, and whoso ad to a Presbyterian School and learned readings. Each of the morning Chapel talks was very effective and in- dresses are mentioned In another from tho Westminster catechism that the chief end ot man is to glorify structive, striking a keynoto appliGod. In due tlnio this boy adopted cable to our own conditions. IN OUR OWN STATE In January Judge Ben B. LIndsey tho spirit of that teaching and now Continued from First Fife ho is ono of tho leading clergymen of Denver told, In an interesting story manner, the of Cleveland. Tho other boy entered and effective Nevertheless, It seems or his struggle for a Juvenile Court particulars. a Sunday School of the anarchists. to havo terminated rather harmoniapThero ho was taught that thero ih in Denver. Tho largo audience ously, tho defeated accepted their fate no God, and that therefore a man plauded time and again. It will bo moro gracefully than might havo beoa many a day beforo those who had has no duty to Htm. A comparative expected. It is hard to sco howly few years later this second boy the privilege ot hearing Judge LIndever, that the result meant anything sey will forget either his story or became the ossasln of Pres. McKln-le- y good to tho party, for as between tho claims ot tho children whom he but In Buffalo at the tho Millionaire Trust tho Exposition. Truly it does make a dif- represents. Stato Administration forces and tho MIbs Anna Barrows of Columbia Louisville, crowd, owing to the comference what we teach, what we do, what we bellevo and how wo live. University spent some days at Be- paratively good record of !Mr. Is It not ot supremo Importance then rea giving six lectures on Home one seems to be Justified in that every ono of us should enter Science. Miss Barrows Is one of tho congratulating tho party. into llfo In the spirit ot the runner foremost teachers of Home Science Both factions favored Speaker who would speed on until he drops In tho country, and Berea was Clark and he got an Instructed delIndeed to have had the prividead in his tracks? egation, to Baltimore. In that particAgain, I would urgo upon you this lege of hearing her. ular we think that Kentucky Democonception of the Intensity of llfo On Washington's Birthday Mr. cracy Is not wl3e, for, how any ono tecauso of the greatness of human Hamilton Holt, one of the editors of can picture Clark as the strongest lKJsslbllltlos. Ralph Waldo Emerson the Independent of New York City, candjdate and the winner In Novemnever said anything truer than that delivered an instructive and forceful ber, It Is hard to see. GOOD ROADS ACTIVITY there are no ordinary men. The to message on "The Federation of tho called geniuses like Shakespeare, Mil World." Mr. Holt's address and the A great good roads convention will ton, Webster and Philips Brooks are cause which he represented left n bo held In Bristol, this only a littlo in advance of the rest lasting Impression. summer. It is announced, to consider The Lyceum Lecture course ot tho a highway from Lexington, Ky., to of us like tho early peach trees that blossom a few days ahead of the year brought hero some of the Bristol. Great activity Is b?lns manigreat majority of peach trees. If wo best lecturers and entertainers that fested in Southern Kentucky, partiaro really children of God, It we are Eerea haB ever been privileged to cularly In Bell and Knox Oountlos, a beloved by tho great Father and are hear on tho lyceum platform. Probmovement being on foot to submit created for an Immortal destiny, ably tho most notable lecture if to the voters of these, counties the who has a right to put any limit up all was the one on "Sour Grapes'" proposition to Issue bonds for the on our possibilities of growth In by Dr. Edward Amherst Ott ot Chipurpose of Improving the roads, and happinoss, knowledge and power? For cago. Berea students and towns folk especially looking to a connection bethe sake ot attending to the great would gladly welcome him here tween the bluo grass and the governdestiny which Is in tho reach of again at any time. ment pike through tho Gap to every one of you, I beseech you to Edmund Vance Cook, the poet, and regard your llfo as a splendid dash BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE PricesRUht J J). CLARKSTON Pi" all The Rural School.. ..Win. The Hope of Civilization coi.i.i:iiati: i!:iiit.mi:nt A. Adams, Argillite, Greenup Co., Ky, Horace E. Caldwell, Decatur, Ttnn. Sarah II. Cocks, Dalla:, Tex. John D. McFerron, Pine Hill, Ky. Cora E. Marsh, Bamboo, Wit. Mary Pickering, Superior, Neb. Alwin Todd, Jierea, Ky. John R. Warrington, Keola, la. Our Highest Call Church Unity A Trait Worth While The Camp Fire Girls The Decisive Factor The Curse of the Hills Harmonia Socitey Music Anthem from "The Holy City" llt tn A. M. Presentation of Drtfrars nnd Prize Bibles. AFTERNOON PROGRAM 1:30 P. M., at Tabernacle Music . . Prayer Address Address Hand Rev. II. C. Coolcy, Detroit, Mich. Hon. Augustus E. Willson, Louisville, Ky. Hattlc Hymn of the Republic Music. Rev. Franks. Hrewer, Palmer, Mass. Address Whole Audience Music God He With Vou Ilencdiction Da-ju- ro 7:30 P. M., Night Program at Chapel Faculty Reception 7:30 to 8:00 p. ni. 8:00 to 8:30 p. m. Farewell Prayer and Praise meeting itlcuictrrronriltUreifng il.llcnv him. HUMAN LIFE A RACE LuBch Baskets Checked Free in School House next to Tabernacle Babies Cared For in Rear Room of Chapel. Summary of Baccalaureate Sermon by Dr. Herbert S. Johnson of Boston star Is a bright and fixTho ed star. Therefore, It U tho guiding star for mariners, for caravans nnd for travelers in tho pathless forest. A noblo Idea bo definite, bright nnd fixed that It becomes an ideal of llfo Is worth moro to young men nnd women than a fortune of money or inthan gifts ot genius. It guides evitably to happiness and usefulness and tho success which is spiritual Battle Hymn of the Republic. Jrui WitD How llo 1. M.loin"JoB Riowi'i Boot." 2. 3. 4. 0. and oternal. I present to you Buch a thought or ideal of llfo today; an ideal so worthy that I urgo you to chooso it toover-rul- o your actions: "Wherefore, seeing wo aro surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us cast asldo every weight and tho sin which doth trampling out the vintage where thegrapri ot wrath are stored;!! bath looted the so oaslly beset us, nnd let us run dewi and dampt; I can read Hit anal -- tar in the with patlenco the raco that is set with jou my grace thall deal;"Let the Her 0, dial with my the before us, looking unto Jesus g be- - (ore Ilia judgment teat; be twift, mj oat the heartt ol nun 0, tiuthor and finisher of our faith." s tie it in Hit botom that jou and me; As He died to Tho symbolism Is from the race courso ot tho coliseum at Athens or 5E rrC-:- ; Home. Llfo is a short, shnrp dash -f u s u p u R gB Iff toward a goal where Is the prize of r r -T r r r rr r happinoss overlasting or death eternal. Into every moment of this race ono should throw, If posslblo, the energy of days and of years of ordiftte-llightning ot Hit ter ri - lie twift tword.UU troth U marching 00. nary thoughtless men. g righteonaaentenct by the dim and lamp, Hit day it marching on. I recommend this Ideal ot lifo as born ol woman, crush the Mrpent with HU heel, Since God la marching on. exactly adapted to God's economy ot aonl, to aniwer Html be Ja bl lant my feetl Oar God Is marching on. achievement for men in this world. make mtn let ut die to make men Iree,WhiIe God U marching 00. This economy demands personal endeavor. I am speaking to young men and women who have for years been Y Y II -- I r recipients of other people's kindJ ness and labors. May I say to you that you are going Into a world which will glvo you little or no credit for what other peoplo have done for you. They will Glo care nothing that your rjl glo - ry hal le -- la - tan! Glo - rjl glo - ry hal I le . jakl 1 Glo - rol glo- - rjhal.le-lo- jahl D.S.iitm: I danced with President Washington at tho Inaugural ball. But they will caro for you If you can manipulate tho koys ot a typewriter, Tfe werdi ut it4 if ttraliilo et Boi(Uoa. HUUa C. or cook an onion stew, or preach a sermon, or set a bono that is broken, or patch a leaking roof. In this kind ono of Derea's trustees, preached of world you must therefore exert IACCALAUREATE SUNDAY tbo sermon, tho graduates in depart- yourself to do something it you Continued Iron I'irit I'tfc ment platoons, led by ushers, tiling would add to tho world's happiness appeared, and not many were kept In, marching down ono Isle, around aud blessing and bring honor to youraway from tho services. in self. and up the other to tho seats Dr. Herbert S. Johnson ot Boston, front, reserved for tbcm, tho Col- Again, God's economy ot achievement demands that your endeavor when exortod shall be closely aktu to the struggle which Is unto death It your llfo shall amount to anything. Wo do not conio Into the fullFresh and cured meats and lard, Fish and Oysters. ness ot our lowers like tho bee, the Call for what you want and get what you call for. boaver and the bobolink, that eat a HIOHBST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR BUTTER, 11008, CHICKENS. little, sloop a little and grow a litLeaf Lard, guaranteed pure. tle In idlenoss, then suddenly in a few weeks there Is a now singer in KU4 BuUdiof, 6ernr Main and B. ROIERTS, U. the field, there is a now carpenter in Richmond Streaea, Bares, Ky. the water brooks, there Is a now 1. Miris ejes seta the glo rj of the com ing ot cir-di0! a bun-dre- d I hmtetn Him in the witch-Ur- n I hstemd a fier-- y got pel, writ in burnished rows He hu sounded forth the trumpet that thai ner er call In the beta tj ol the li iei.Cbriit was born he the Lord; He cimpijTliej of steel; "At re treat; He the tea, With is nave y, je it a to ratLJ5-- i boild-adlli- Va.-Ten- tllt-in- trans-fie-nre- CTr"ljTC H- PPp UST nl flar-in- ho-l- for a goal. IEREA VISITORS DURING YEAR The students and towns folk ot Berea havo always been fortunate because of the number of truly great men who havo visited the College year aud spoken or lectured. The 1911-1- 2 has been no exception. A long list ot prominent men have made their appearance upon the Col lege platform at one time or another, beglnlng with Dr. Richard (1. Moulton ot the University ot Chicago, cno of tho acknowledged Bible scholars of the day. Dr. Moulton was with us for the week following Commencenix ment last year and delivered Interesting and Instructive lectures Thlch gavo a now idea ot tho Bible as literature. In the fall wo listened to Senator Win. O. Bradley who dealt with tho political issues of tho fall campaign, and shortly afterward Prof. Jae. M. Coleman delivered four masterly addresses on ethics and the state. Tho Thanksgiving sermon was preachod by Rev. Chas. S. Knight ol Baraboo, Wis., who stayed with ub long enough to preach six evangel-Istl- o sermons which did untold good at that time aud wero the means 1 Bargains! Bargains! -M. er Clothing for Men Clothing for Boys ShoesThe Best Quality MEAL and FLOUR The Best at the Lowest Prices in Town PALACE MEAT MARKET Bacon and Lard All Good Things to Eat Special Prices in Quantities . R. J. ENGLE & SON, FhoM 60 Pro. Br , KtAtcky Page Six. THE CITIZEN. June 6, igii. realities. You would know that they In his hnnds. It Is education of tho men nnd women who havo tempera- - perfect mechanism of tho body kopt wcro tlio kind of men who brought ejo and tho hand nnd tho car nnd tin mcnt but no character. But I want so by obedlonco, nnd In no other their country out of tho sen, who brnln nnd tho volco nnd will thnt to say this, that no genius hns over wny, that Is going to mako you Address of Dr. Mnbie Before the Students' Religious stood for eighty years undismayed iiinko men frco becauso they glo yet husbanded Its full resources nn- - fcomprelmnil your tlmo, your nge, In a battlo for liberty, oxhlbltlur. us whnt Is In us. Tnko nn uncdurnt-r- d less It has been controlled nnd direct-- nnd ennblo you to do your work. Tho Societies. tho most magnificent calm nud enboy, ho Is full of possibilities nnd oil by chnrncter. I wnnt to say -- that hand of tho eurgcon nnd the hand o your during courage that has ever been yet thero ho stnnda dumb nnd unit", no great work Involving structural tho liiutHclan becomo exquisitely senI want to say to you that Introduction Pres. Frost's work Is your path to freedom. It Is known In tho history of tho rac. he cannot Reak, ho cannot uso his ejunllty liaH over yet been dono by sitive, but tlioy must bo ns steady an I hopo thnt each ono of tlio stuto bo your Bourco of Joy. It may bo All this you would know from this hnnds, his voice, his brains. Thero nny irmn or woman except tho man tlio cosmic force. But thero Is n fin-dents lioro will linvc as blessed all of tlieso things and n thousand portrait It you had tho Insight nud great- or woman with a steady hand nnd n quality beyond skill nnd limy bo possibilities of nbovo memories ns I havo o( n few great ness In 1) i tn but ho Is iiuito until tot firm will. They havo performed mlrn- - character, and that Is tho gift of my lienrt things moro If, Instead of being mere vision. ticssnges thnt ennio Into dexterity of tho hnnds, It becomes tho lson, op whnt wo call Inspiration. Now In all vital work two thlngi frco by education. It la only thoideH, tho children of Impulse, wlion I was a student. I heard New expression of your personality, are neccssnr), nnd thnt Is tho chal educated innii thnt Is free. I do not wild nnd wayward undisciplined sons Now no man can command Insplrn- man Hall preach on "Tho thief on tho ni. Now wo think of business, which lengo of life. "Aro you rendyt" Ilfo I!, can by thnt tho man who hns gotio of genius, butwhat n tragic wasto lion llko tlio wind, It cornea nnd Cross." I heard Cannon Karrar and to schools, colleges or univer of power. They havo never built f,oes. Thcro havo liocti great men heard some of tho great voices that Is tlio organized form of worK, as says to us whenever wo loucn any cither ministerial. When you think simply a means of getting money, piece of work or fuco any opportu- sities, but 1 mean the man who hns thoso temples In which men kneel who havo leen Inspired, as Words-befor- o xcro tho symbol of perfection, thoso 'worth was, for ten or fifteen years their nity. Well, when nro wo ready? 1 somo way, by himself or by tho aid of It, you who study tho Bible, n Our peoplo havo been up to cl others, trained himself no that Iiorfectly planned nnd perfectly rxc- - !nnd then long otretches when tlio Inrgo part of tho Bible, sonio of tho necks, so to speak, In amassing suppose n great many people thin l.o commands his own resources. No cuted works which nro-th- o witnesses work beenmo mechanical. No man creat writers, were not preachers. wealth: but they havo thought of that a man Is ready when ho Is put can comuinnd It, but you can man Is not ready when j man has nny freedom with stone er cf our Immortality. Technically they were public men, lit- It largely as a process of making n willing. Now n Now countless men and women yourself In tho wny of IL An Inspirerary men, poets, a lot of them. fortune, nnd now, because they hnvo no is willing. Micro are a uiuusaim color or languago unless ho has been men who nro willing to a hundred educated. Thcro has been a grcnt hnvo dono beautiful thlnga hero nnd ation can conio to thoso who hnvo God speaks through such peoplo as thought of It that way they aro godeal In .this country of tlio fallacy tliero in detachment, men nnd women skill and who nro obedient to tho well ns through the official body of ing through n period of stress, doubt, who nro ready. Willingness Is only tho laws of life. Wo havo had threo or 1 Bayard Taylor, questioning and uncertainty because tho first step but It Is a necessary thnt ono man can do Just ns well ns who havo been tnken out of heard ministers. You may havo heard of gutters nnd sobered nnd hnvo tnken four artists of genius In this ccuntry. nnd ho led mo out In Imagination to dlvlno provldcnco Is driving It homo step. You nro ready only when you nnother. to them that business Is not n pro- nro competent to do ttio worK. me tho man who .was asked If ho could tho end of n nowspnor and written Ono of them wna George liiness. tho great world which ho had travelsongs of genius. Such things Somoono asked lilm If ho waited for I). Gough, cess of making money ultimately but npprcntlco Is willing but tho master play tho violin nnd he said ho didn't tho ed through. 1 heard John know, ho had never tried. Between havo nlwuys been nnd will nlwaya bs. tho favorable hour, that Is to say, for nnd ho opened my eyes to tho sin a process of making character, that only Is competent. tho man uudovcloiied nnd tho ninst- - But no man of thnt chnrncter ever tho hour when ho felt Just llko pnlnt- nud misery and Buffering and need what you find at tho bottom Is not No man can answer tho challenge cr of theso things, tho nrts, tliero t founded n great ntato or wroto tho lug. "Nover," ho said, "I am nlwnyd a fortune, but a character, unless tlio of life, no man enn kindle that llttl" of tho world. I heard Joshua K. llays of ShakesiK-aror "Tlio Dlvlno nt work: I nm llko n shin. I keen my nnd ho mndo my soul burn with man hns lost himself. Wo think of f'.amo that Is within every ono o, lies this heroic time of toll. Comedy," or continuously, year of - galls set nud then suddenly, If thcro were our schools and our colleges and our us Into a fire that lights our work We, tho most fortunate of us, tho deslro to help thoso that ter year, llko tho poets of our own springs up n broczo It carries mo ns most In need of help. I heard Wen- universities nnd all our vocational nud makes It radiant unless he hns nro educated at only ono or two time, Phillips, and I havo never enjoy- and professional schools ns tho only skill, mastery of his tools,masteiy points. No human being ns yet wna ml nnTennyson nnd Browning,.t show- fnr ns It can, nnd I nover loso nny dell .. nn.1 a "" Innrnnaltiif wn 1 methods or Instruments of education, I'umng up my sans." me ramo i ed n bad English sentence since. Thnt la breadth of vision nnd beauty of his material, not outward dexter- ever completely educated. ..... ...n.... h,l ttd , of In- - riucstlon wns naked of Mr. Ji.hn . nr .i... fltl.l nf ft... ulntln - ...... l.H,.n1 i I heard Charles Sumner and I havo had and I want to say to you tonight ft knowrtI!;0 " "No." ho said. "I work evtry f. lfVnn.'1 an Ideal of statesmanship and pub that far bcyml nil of them In tho hands but tho Inward skill of the there Is bo much In us that wo haven't .! !C f,"al "'"l"111 ,hnt 1 n" ""r 'rcro Is only lie service. I heard Dr. Holloman, reach of its Influence and tho pene- soul. A man, to do his work honest - tlmo to bring out. A number of years 7"" wny to Klt tho most "ut "f J'0,,r" ' " 0b' ,,aW Magazine, and tration of Its Influcnco Is the busi- ly In his world, must bo d ago, after tho death of Edwin Booth. !"n founder of Scrlbner's n " ,ii"'"uiu.j iu uiki inni la to uo over ready I was Introduced to thought and stylo ness world. It Is tho business of tho nnd d as well. So stand- a beautiful character In splto of cerand obedient. I nm nlwnya rendy nnd world that educates the majority of ing hero at this tlmo I want to nay tain faults which ho largely overcame the mysteries of tho wisdom of God. u'd public questions. Not long ago I heard ono of tho havo tried nlwnya to bo obedient." Now it seems to mo that there aro men and women, and always has edu- to you, young men and young women, through great effort, thero was n most distinguished lawyers of the No mn klloW8 when ,,, ot,H,rtutilty s Memorial meeting in New York nnd few such men today and they ore cated them. And tomorrow morning, that skill is Just a3 much your country, a man known nbrond nnd will come. I often hear young men sny duty ns purity and fidelity and I was very much Impressed by tlm precious; and I havo searched for when tho factory bells ring and hundreds of thousands of doors of shops truthfulness nro your religious du- freedom which education gives. Tim ehoso naino you know, Mr. Chonte, thnt when tho renl work comes thy them and I have had a supremo Joy sny that tho longer ho lived tho more ulll glo themselves to It. FriemN, first jiorson on tho program was n Uenrly in calling two or threo of them my ro thrown open nnd men and wo- ties. ' ho saw thnt tho chief lenient y,n: will neer know when tho op. men over tho wholo continent come distinguished American writer who acquaintances and In getting ono or What Is skill? Skill la conscleuc et success wns not nblllly but ehnr- - portunlty cornea. It hns a way, js two of them whero you could hear pouring In from their homes, they applied to a man's work, whether l read a poem, but ho was not accus- - Tlrtltl T ... ' t .t tt tint Lrtwtti nni' inni-- t.n " " Such a man yon ''. . l willlinK I" OOSClir.) read Imaglno they aro going to work. h of tho brain or tho hand, ono i.i tomed tn fnro nn nmllnnrn .And Kn !,., . " ' them. f"tl" 1 n'"1 caT,wnl nn'1 'ou ll" ct 'now 11 ' They are, but they aro also going poem was read with such a lack of his books, you see his articles, you tho greatest obligations of a man WnBt f "f n'"1 "810 f ,K)WOr "'"'" ""HI It Is past. And out ..f I hear his name, 1 havo seen him In to tho school which has drilled Into religion. Slovenly work Is slovenly wl' "ol t" men f eminent success ,. fliLii wis not "'LIT. ? that comca to 1,10 society tho fundamental virtues by w his natlvo heath of New York City. morality. Any man who does his iin ' than la afforded tho history nlno hundred will tell you that tho These great cities oh, you country which It exists. It is In the factory work any less well than he can dj ors Henry Irving Joseph Jefferson Mlrabcau. Ym know J,, early llf-'- . turning point In their lives wns mudo boys and girls tho great cities aro and tho shop, on the farm and In It or a man who does not tnko oveiy nnd Snlvlnl. And at onco you felt the how wild and reckless It wns, how while they wero walking uu.iwnro tho store, everywhere whero men and not all mado up of vanity and slums. to get tho skill to do nudlcnco respond to the man whoso absolutely ho disregarded every law opportunity and they met It because they wero It Is thcro that some of the great women work, that tho primary les- it well Is just In that sense a dis- personality was free. Salvint spoko sons nro taught. Integrity, fidelity, fldlers of tho Cross aro holding up honest man. Now skill Is tho great In Italian, a languago understood pertho banner and thinking the thoughts luuctuallty, truthfulness those great tableland from which a man's worK haps by very fow of tho audience, cud starting tho Ideals that swing virtues without which all knowledge Uses to become Individual and power- and yet every man understood what over tho world. In those higher cir- Is a vain thing and all culture but a ful, and It Is the tableland from he was saying, for tho wholo man pretense and a sham. It Is In busicles, whero these thoughts aro origiwhich a man climbs to tho ultimate vas a great organ of expression. nated, sifted and transmitted, thero ness that tho foundation is laid, and summit. Tho Japanese aro tho most But there must bo something moro Hamilton W. Diablo Is a king anions cur colleges and schools can only wonderful artists In modern times, than skill. Skill must rest upon olw- kings. Ho will speak to us tonight copy then bo far as they can those nnd their work Is founded upon a (Hence, that organized group of habits fundamental traits. Show mo a boy's training which, I fear, very few of backed by will which wo call charac on "The Challengo of Life." work, whether of a carpenter or a our Americans would bo willing to ter and which Kmcrson wild Is th Dr. Mabie's Address blacksmith or a piece of sculpture or undergo. definition of freedom and power. ' It Is the greatest mlstaK I doubt If tho mountains wcro a book or a painting, and I will tell suppose that tho Wo Americans do not understand th ever moro beautiful than they wero you what the man Is behind It, for In tho world to things In which men pla. meaning of that word "Freedom." this afternoon when they kindled in thcro Is no revelation of tho human arts aro passed Thero Is no such thing as free'doiu ' light of the last moment of sun- spirit that Is so sincere and so un- Art Is simply work that has the on Into the stage of play but is lu tuts world in tlio goiiso tiiat n Tito A ftjMe set, and as I looked at them I disguised and-s- o unmistakable as n can do what ho wants to d. thought of tho myriad paths or trails man's work. A man may speak false- based A on tho foundation of heroic i man nn man mm' litnrn fn ln hrll'k Vn .1.. wna nt l.i,i toll It. that follow the streams Into tho ly, ho may with his Hps deceive for no man can (chooses, nnd no man ever will bo. It ! tery heart of them, into all tho re- a tlmo a majority of people, he may within a short time, but stone, the learn tho mastery of does not mako any difference how mote valleys. Into the loneliest pla- ron deceive himself. But he canOn tho way to tho the Chapel aichltect; no man can learn the mas- - much genius wo have: what know ces, penetrating them everywhere not deceive himself with his work. tery of color, the painter; no man ledgo has done and Is doing today Is thoso paths, sometimes solitary and And the moro Individual a man's man ready, Tho skill was already with ... . i . .- can learn to bo tho master of any to deliver us from pain nnd deatii and lived unto himself, a gre-a- t . i . j .. sometimes trodden by multitudes. lmni u.h. ia, iu iuuiu musical instrument without tlm..-- simply by showing us what tho law r.ouo astray, rinu men came tie! them. Tonight, as I face you, students of moro powerful it Is, tho more does toIl aa patleMC0 and MlfaCr,. 'ar0 , order t,,at w0 Iimy oboy tlH,U). LUpremo crisis tn tho hUlory of his Ono thing moro 1 should llko to Berea, I am thinking of all the paths ce- - Tliero 13 ono fttmll' 01 artl3ta Th0" la no such thing ns freedom eountry nnd ho cast off thc.10 vlo-biiy about this great matter of work. hen It ceasts to bo me- - ,n Japau who uayo bec at tho you aro going to take in life. bind It. that fhoojo ami thoso Irregularities and becami sens0 Umt wQ for. Ja When we are In college wo share chaulcal. that Is to say. something fIOnt of tho art of painting for gencr--! ,f hat wo shall do. Freedom lies In himself tho oxounder of law and It Is nut to be simply an occupation I but tho adventure of tho spirit in tVnt lif.n.tc ritili' . ..v cmmoii capital of enthusiasm, oe flint la ilnnn htlons Tue. havo traIned their own tho ability and right to choose what order and progress and ho Bat the:o lite, and that b, that It Is only by wo go out when it becomes spiritual and artls- - clllIdrc,n aud Il0 ,)0y Is allowcd cupatlon and Idealism and l(, and whom wo 8,,all oboy To IIlaKo in tho assembly day nfter day and HklM nnd liv nhndlonf-flint vrm n.t.l with as laVge an endowment of these no m iuo -- euso lUae le is uuuo wua paInt from fo unt,j h haa for t0 a perfectly free world. In tho s?ns'j I leaded for tho constructive course , , can comlllaIld tll0 , Uwt things as wo are capable of taking. fredom and power, then It becomes l!nbroken ycara j,a,uted by rlllu trom In which we often uso tho word free- of wisdom. And they laughed at him th() wjrd or (0 Klfl of But when we get Into tho world, tho models set bnforo him. That dom, every man must bo born Into uvUUQU U1U Ulllt BlUUU 1111 Tliern nn. nurtfilti flilniru though our relations with men may Island of the South Sea a vase should seems a frightful iliinlirerv tn us. a world by himself nnd creato Its while, ns stands besldo every man. ! of llfo. ,,,, . ,, ..... , , ... como to light that had been burled ' 1(Ut R be Intimate and " each i.ia ..,..i,.i mcan3 Umt U0 Jmn when hQ laws. But wo wero not born into ...a w u l'..cl UIIU IUUV.KVU MII1J. 1 Ul'j tu Bell our time; wo havo a '" right ono of us walks a path by himself, for threo or four centuries. If tVG '(,(.((. rtiit in nilnt f.f liltnolf In tl..k ' ..!. ,...,-1When our forefathers mused to bciievo lilm. It was not and tonight, In Imagination, looking can imaglno It being taken therO Imnctnr. rt hia tila nnl lila tiindirl'.l threw off obedlenco to Kngland and until months had gone by that they to sell our skill; wo havo n right to cell our talent. But, friends, thero by some early explorers; If it wer at you who will go out day after h, ,a a,ready 0 Ule tableland from camo to this country' they did It to realized that thero was a regeneratnro either things wo havo no right men which tho ultimate heights rise. tomorrow, and tho next year and tho eo como 10 ugue lomorruw, accept obedlenco to themselves. ed human soul, nnd they began to to sell. Wo havo no right to Bell year after, I seo you all treading, could tell, experts could tell, what Thero is another thing which 1 They Blmply exchanged tho authori- listen. ur temierament, our genius, our walking by yourselves, along paths raco had fashioned It. If It wero a want to say to you: tho skilled .111811 ties whom they obeyed. They did not A mau of great distinction, rccog. aro Invisible to anyOno except Greek vase, then, without any word Is tho only man that Is free, the skill-o-- i go off into tho wilderness to do ns nlzcd not only hero but abroad, on-- ' that T very things that mako llfo worth to yourselves. And everywhere I seo or record or contemporary evldenc;. man aud tho skilled woman. It each mau chose, (or that would of tho four honored with tho mil- - ' while. I heard nn eminent Judgo say, It Is tho skilled man who command) havo been anarchy. on thoso paths tho figure of life, the expert would know whence vcrstty degreo ten or fifteen years Every mnn's j standing at every turn, besldo every came, what part of Greece fashlon- - his place. Wo often siieak as if it success lies ultimately on hla obedi- at the University of Bologna, waa not long ago, of a certain lawyer, "Wo always listen to lilm with C(i It, what ago produced it, because pleco of work. And wherever there brought to trial before tho inem-ler- u greatest wero our employers who discharge! ence, not on his Noth-tlun- g wo confidence becausu is an opportunity I seo tho figure tho stamp of that raco would bo un- us. Sometimes It is true they havo great, friends, was ever dono of his own profession. Ho was know ho will never Intentionally lead of Ufo standing and challenging you, mistakably upon It. Today you cannot to. But friends, really wo employ without l, Irregularities, U3 astray." They wcro of certain - accused selfprotected by and that challenge Is a single, ques- look at a Greek templo standing, u"u uiscuargo ourselves, in was tho evorv Knnrtftrn Th.. t.ntnltt, u. v .nlli,nll,i certain acts of dishonor, and wwi.fc.iiuuii ..'., a.u I'uii'.to man's character, but you can nut It may bo, half dismantled, without business and occupation tion; It Is, "Aro you ready?" Aud there aro saying theso things to us and wo of told by a friend who was present that tho great challengo comes from becoming aware of what manner of men who aro bo lmrtarit by rea- ten imagino mat tucy nro simply while ho stood on his feet nnd spoko buy that and the mau cannot sell It, but tho man gives It. Friends, tho man or architect built it. You sa son of their skill your work Itself. that they cannot tho professional talk of professional it seemed Impassible that ho could eat relation of life, that which de"Certainly, wo know their bense uf be discharged unless tho business religion, but they aro Now what Is our work? I suppose Juht ns truo bo guilty, but when ho sat down termines a man's conduct, his spiriproportion, their senso of relation, goes to pieces. No man Is freo In thcro Is not ono of U3 that does not tin of tho arts anil of business nud work everybody know that ho was guilty tual conduct, ls tho relation between expect to work in life. There Is not of subordination of tho parts to the modern world with Us competition of every kind ns they nro of tho reli- because ho was silent and his imst what ho sells and what ho gives. aud Its growing Intensity unlew ho gious life, for thcro In no truth that waa speaking for lilm. 0110 of us upon whom will not bo whole, their temper, their Wo eught to bo ready and willing to nil theso things aro exhibit- ls a trained man, nnd no man Is laid tho necessity of work. How shall Thero Is no greatness without char, cell u few things. Wo ought freo i Is not truo everywhere, no truth of to bo ed, as Uuskln long ago pointed out, o wo think of It? A great many uwuiiau jiu man gun Uso ins resour- - i religion, nine is noe iruo ot uusiuess, actcr. Somo tlmo ago I asked n dia willing and determined to give a in every great building." Or, if ces unless ho Is a trained mnn. Wo na a creat manv business men nro tlngulshed English nstronoincr who In this country and In other couU. treat many. Nono of tho great tries think of work simply as an oc- you wero to como tomorrow upon ( aro not born froo, friends. Wo can- - i now finding out, nnd no truth cf wa! U' greatest observing nstrono-som- o prophets, teachers, artists and philportrait of Itembrnudt at the not bo mado freo. It Is often bald work that la not truo of religion. mer In America and ho named ln- - anthropists wero cupation for gutting a living, simply ever paid, they ery enu or uo world, you would In- - that tho Czar as a means of putting clothes on of KusbIu freed tho All creat work I lmPd n oir. tnutly a man known to us all by ro- - ought not to bo paid, they didn't Bald. "Why?" I utatlon, aud I their backs and food lu their mouths muuw, rucognizo it as tno work of a borfs and that Mr. Lincoln freed Wnrien nnd Beif.d,.ini ti.i. Ilo want to bo paid. When I'lillllp at ,1110 slaves. But you cannot set a !ract of psychology qulto ns nhvious- - sa,d bccflUB0 1)0 has such n won,lur-ZZT- J, nnd shelter over their heads. Yes, '0UwouldiK"0W Biooka poured hla personality into WM c- - Now J'ou,1 " It Is that, but It Is a great deal more " y.U WLUl man frc0; frccelni a gift, 1, a of religion. There seems to bo ful ,"w a city, and finally Into a nation, it "t you wero lu tho Jfieedom is an achievement and no'n fow exceptions to than that, and I want to put it to that statcniont women did you over think that It would havo been. Imposslblo to pay presence of a great iwrsonallty und man can bo ' ua weU UB 0,lr lraUl Mm, you tonight In Its true and morj freo until ho has nchlov- - but tliero Is no reeal exception thnt i ls Vwr ho for If ho had been paid ho could spiritual aspects. Is it going to hi jou would know somothlug of the jod freedom, nnd no man can bo freo know of thnt tho touch of beauty tlmt 18 ol,,K t0 tvo yu 'our "" not havo dono It. Ho had to glvo .tco nemua nim. "Vou would know in this world until ho knows Its laws seems to bo bom Into n mun or u l"es8'" 1"". simply a means of making a living ' BI"S to gho what ho was glvlug wus not umt tlioy wcro not dreamers, vlslou 'and until ho knows tho to you or Is it going to bu tho means material woman without relation to character, . ou yur kuowMgo of tho world. Balablo. You could not havo paid s tho steady eye. It Is tho clear Abraham Lincoln aC""' meu ortw,u' which ho duels nnd until In' mid that tho casual, almost li.btluct-- u of making a llfo, which Is a very me? . for what ho did; ho llffcunt thing? Is It to be sim- capacity lor dealing Btrougly with has gained tho mastery of tho tools Ivo. touch of beauty la possessed by bl'nso- - 11 'a the firm hand, It Is tho could not havo sold himself but gavo ply a routlno toll day niter day, mid ... ... lilniuoir .... ah ih" .... hi WUUJjB lu H9 ns you get older with a curtain dearo given, not sold. Wo havo a right clining enthusiasm and weakening tj soil thlnga which will mako ua power, or Is It to bo on nn nscund-ln- g comfortable for our work. Every man scale of ability and skill? 13 Iiub tho right, und ovory woman, to It to bo drudgery or Is It to bo the get tho best conditlona for work, path of freedom? Aro wo to toll with und then, then, our Joy la to glvo tho artisans, faithful men, who nloursolves. And ho who works with wnys work under direction, or aro we pcrfoct skill, perfect as far as ho to creato with tho artists? That Is can mako it in obedlonco to tho the question that I would put to you. A PANORAMIC VIIW OF THf NORTH SIOC OF THE C0llt8t CAMPUS (Continued on Page j nl 1 THE CHALLENGE OF LIFE nt ! Gld-dln- ,...i... I "','" b- -ii 1 'n Wo. right-hande- right-hearte- ,,if 'T ni rell-lou- ' ' T '' m I 1. !, toad mBBi I I iiiiy r . La s n g, 1 1 ..-- "' .1 ! self-denia- l, 1 jhjo-pl- I I T 1 'l't ) Seven) June 6, 1913. THE CITIZEN light tho lantern nnd hunt for the road, which fortunately was not far Derea Fifty Years Ago and Now away. When I got down to tho station tho Indy's nerves had been ) Editor of Tho Citizen, affected that sho promptly proceedUcrca, Ky. ed to faint and then to go Into Dear Sir: hysterical fit. As I was absolu1 left Now York nt C;30 p. in. Decoration Day and tho next morning, tely alono and had not hnd much In life, especially with lant 10:25, nrrlved In Cincinnati. Leaving Cincinnati at 2:20 In tho niter-noo- dles of such nervous temperament, It may bo Imagined that 1 had cno I telegraphed Just beforo Binnshall long reing to my good friend, Secretary Mor- ot tho times which ton, to meet mo nt Moran's Summit member. Finally everything wns quitted down nnd when tho train enmo with a conveyance. On arriving nt tho Summit about nlong tho lady was In condition to board It nnd I never snw her again. S;00 oclock In tho evening, I Ab wo bowled along over thesa from tho trnln to bo welcomed by tho genial secretary. Hut seven miles In ono fifth or less of vhut was my astonishment when ho tho tlmo which It used to take thru tho winding path in tho woods, I led mo over to n fully lighted nu all ready to run. If ho had could not help thinking of how time met mo with nil acroplano I could change and what great things ore o not havo been more surprised. Do- wrought oven within tho ing seated in tho mnchliic, in halt of a man who hesitates still to connn hour 1 was whirled uu to llerea, sider himself old. As tho students tnko tho trnln nnd travel In comfort nnd speed to their uestlnatlons, from Uerea or to ,'t, they will hardly realize how different things wero from forty to fifty years ngo. As I alighted nt tho Frcsldent's houso I thought of what Uncle said to tho littlo boy. "The world do iuoy.o honey boy," to which ho replies, "Unclo Hemus, it surely LETTER Page Seven. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No TOJIIE CITIZEN . . We Want, .. er cottipeieBc'poUlihfi but trim n tlftitd D It not tot publlcitlon, CTldtice of im ty U( tod filth. lt( rlIre Wtlu pUnr. TO FILL YOUR WANTS Call on STEPHENS & MUNCY, near L. & N. Ry., for all kinds of ' dell nnd Miss 'Magglo Flnnory wcro tho guests of mint Margnrct Ilotnor last Friday evening. They enjoyed 7 tlio music nnd singing by Cdrs. Can-de- ll 1. Tlicro nro 10 cases Isaacs; Juno nnd Miss Klla Hotncr. Five of infnsloa In tills vicinity. Died, 'May 2'jtli, tlio Infant tlilld of Clms. Set-H- c, marshals after breaking up boxo8 and nt Hamilton, O. Tho body wns barrels, and cutting up a still worm brought to this place for Imrlal. Wo nijoyed n flno dinner at Undo He" extend our sympathy to tlio bereuv-c- d Hotners, recently. parents. JMrs. ltnldwln Is on tlio III'KMMI M'lllN(is sick lint nt present. Sam Tuylor Hurnlng Springs, Mny 27. 'Mrs. niado a business trip to Clny County John Howard of Laurel Creek visSettle Is ited her mother, Mrs. Serada Miss Ellen tills wtvk. nick with imcuiiionla, liut Is slowly Inst week. Mr. and Mrs. David York hnd a log T C. McDanlel Improving. nniiounco tho birth lolling, Friday, and pot n Rood da'o of a daughtor.Tiio young folks had iw. Pennington purchas- n very pleasant social nt Chester work done. ed a team from (J. V. Fields. Chas. McDamcl'H last week. Mr. l.'zoklel l'rlco anil Mlso Louisa Mooro were nnd family nttonded tho rovlval married, recently. Horn to Mr. and services hero. Thu recent County Mrs. Everett Hacker, a flno loy, examinations for teachers' ccrtlfN '.May 25tli. Mrs. llcttlo Pennington cntos wns a very fair test. Some who has been sick is better. John teachers wcro quite disappointed in Hay Akomon havo traded n"t securing a certificate. Iclley and J. W. Wins. Fred Drowor lout u milk 'Montgomery, our master mechanic In Den-hacow this week. Mrs. Dolllah Mono work, lias secured n contractu and family have moved to build a cellar nnd chimney for Mr. Columbus, U. Williams of McWiiorter. The recent revival services conducted by the JACKSON COUNTY 1 llfo-tlm- Rough and Dressed Lumber, assortment of Mouldings, Inside Finish, Doors, Windows, Brick, Cement, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Laths, Iron and Rubber Roofing, Red Cedar Shingles, Oils and Paints at lowest cash prices. WE ALSO MAKE ESTIMATES AND TAKE CONTRACTS FOR I COMPLETE BUILDINGS He-in- us Call and let us show you m do." Yours truly, John John ft. Rogers, Derea Trustee tho steersman dodging tho rough places and holes In tho road with H. Ilogcrs, Stephens BEREA, KY. Muncy Tho annual commencement exercises of tho Academy wcro held In remarkable skill. which Is tho to tho cemetery whero tho memorial As wo dashed along In tho com- tho Chapel on tho evening of Juno tho golden mtlcstouo Tho ot I'ltlma Thulo of our thought travel? j ritual over tho dead heroes was class consisted machine, my thoughts ran first. fortable years ngo seven young ladles and seventeen It is not tho college. It Is boyoml carried out, Prof. Dodgo leading, and back forty or forty-flv- o that. When you shall havo finished others taking part, whllo the band when I used to drive over that oung men. As each appeared with an original tho collego course, you will simply at Intervals played appropriate nlrs. mine road. production, tho tlmo for tho speakhavo reached another milestono in- Tho various graves wero vicltcd nnd When I first saw Derea to rememyou have strewn with flowers by parties of lit ber It, In '05, the nearest railway ers was limited to four minutes. dicative of tho progress L'ach took his placo In rapid succesmade. Your way must stretch on and tlo girls, each party nccompanlcd by station was at Lexington, nud from nnd on into tho dim distances ot the un- a comrade designated tor tho purthis place tho family drove over in sion without announcement pose. a carriage. At that time the main thus It was posslblo to bring tho explored. President Frost and Major Hern-do- n program "I trust that, along with your ambiwithin tho conventional street of this village was nothing of Lancaster wero the designatThis feature gavo tho ex-- tion and determination to bo discoverbut a bridle path through the woodj. tlmo. tho afternoon proelse an air of crl3pness that va3 ers of now truth, you havo nlso set ed speakers ot Where now lies the campus with the pleasant. as your goal the perfection of your gram. Tho latter, however, was not buildings on each sldo beautiful tor A spirited debato was conducted human character according to tho present. President Frost spoko thero was a thicket so dense that a short tlmo, stirring the old solby F. O. and Alfred Slomp, model of tho great Teacher. tho ordinary rabblt'could not go thru "Your Journey must not end at a diers by his usual forceful appeals. without folding back his ears. It was Alexander Kerr nud Arvld Slier who fcavo tho pros and cons of tho merits ledger or a level or oven at a star. Prof. Dodgo, who was presiding offiImpuMlblo to see more thau six tent cer, then took up tho tlmo belonguu cither side of the road. And uu of Latin nnd Greek. Henry McClaua-ha- u Your destiny Is farther and farther ing to Major Hemdon and was listenconcluded tho program with a thau these. Hemember this. Do conall ot the plateau, upon which Derea tent with no meaner or narrower ed to as always by those to whom vivid clas3 prophecy. now stands, thero were not half he has become so endeared by his All of the exercises wero of an un- boundary. a dozon human habitations, nnd these to many years of faithful helpfulness. "It gives mo great plcasuro usual order of merit. wero in tho midst ot a dense woods Fresldout Frost was called on and velcomo you Into your now relations BEREA REUNION AT CLEVELAND a regular wilderness. At that tlmu those who wished to pavo a short address expresslvo ut nud to hope that In the larger fields Saturday June 22, 1912 . your own Uvea will be enlarged and visit Derea, coming from the Xortli, his appreciation. Then Dean F. 10 a. m. meet at Bathing Pavilion, Matheny" preseuted each member of uplifted and accelerated towards the camo by rail to Lexington, by stage Kdgewatcr Park, tako Clifton Doule-var- d to Hlchmond and were then met by tho class with a flno edition ot the final goal of all good." car. Oxford Ulblo, and, In a few well private conveyance. As my father 12:30 p. in., Lunch to bo brought the was ono of tho two people In Derea chosen parting words, turned As elsewhere, tho 30th, Memorial or purchased at park. who owned a carrlago and hors!, class over to Dean K. C. Downing of 1:00 to 5:00 p. m., Stories, Stunts, and as I was tho only hired man tlio college, who. In greeting tho Day, was observed as a holiday In tho Derea. Uut It was & busy holiday for Songs. which ho had, I served as the pas- class and In welcoming it to 5:30 p. m., Asseniblo at resldenco of senger agent for ceveral years tor collego department, said, in brief: thoso who took part In tho exercises James M. Racer, 2107 W. 00 St., tako "Dear young friends: It Is great cr attended tho various programs. communication between Derea and Tho exercises wcro In tour parts: Lorain Ave. car. tho outbldo world. Literally, scores causo tor congratulation that you 0:30 p. m., Dinner. of times In tho years 'CO, 'C7, and 'OS, have arrived at this milestono of your tho student program at 0:20 a. m. 10:00 p. m.. Lights out. 1 met people In Hlchmond at 0:9') Intellectual Journey. It used to bo tho procession to tho cemetery and .Expenses Including dlnncjr will o'clock In tho evening; bringing them Laid thnt all roads led to Home. decoration of the graves shortly benut over a road, tho last seven miles Whither do all our educational Journ- foro noon, the basket dinner on the be mot by an assessment of 50 cents OWSLEY cf which could only bo termed such eys tend? In what great forum is campus, and tho patriotic addresses each. ono boy. Extend Invitation. Wear colors. In tho afternoan. ISLAM) CITV wcro con- by an extreme stretch of courtesy. The funeral services The student program was given SOCIAL PRIVILEGES. Please notify Tho road wound around thru woods Island City, May 30. Oscar Morris ducted by Itovs. Held nnd Hryant, and n deviation of a tew inclws mainly by tho grades up to the Sth Mrs. Jas. M. Racer, If able to be who has been a student of llerea and tho remains wero burled, Sun-Ja- y ct tho Foundation School, and was tf present, 2107 W. 90 St. fiom tho beaten path would make tho morning, in tho homo gravo-arreturned homo a few dajs ago. J. unusual excellence. Tho members ot hubs of tho wheels strlko tho FELLOWSHIP MEETING D. Chadwcll one of llerca's boys retho G. A. It. Post and Women's trees. In tho mornings we arose at turned from school at Ucrca. Capt. Thursday Corps wcro present and graceA "fellowship" meeting, 3:00 o'clock and took tho Journey Short. Win. Mays and 0. J. (lentry fully yielded to tho littlo folks all evening, tho 30th, attended by over out from Derea, arriving In Hlchnioud THE CHALLENGE OF LIFE raided Clay and Owsley counties last tho honors as they stirred tho hearts 150 students, marked the close ot in tlmo to tako tho C:00 o'clock Continual from l'ge Sli moonahltio week and captured four at a largo audience by their patrio- the most successful year In tho V. stage. distilleries. A largo amount of boor tic recitations, songs, marches and M. C. A. Dlblo classes. During tho After about four years tho railroad dlvlno laws ot life, does not depend was destroyed. Magglo Mays and repast school year 479 men havo been drills.1 Many eyes refused to which now runs thru Hlchmond, upon any outward reward. Tho Lllley Gentry mado a visit to South main dry, and thero wero but tew enrolled In theso volunteer classes. and Stauford was built, and of tho crowd fades when tho Doouovlllc, Saturday and Sunday. Tho men gathered on tho campus hearts that failed to thrill with to crowd i11skibcb, but thero Is a re- thereafter It was my plcasuro 5dr. and Mrs. Williams of Hlchmond near Lincoln Hall and alter several emotion patriotic emotion as litmeet tho morning train at Moran'a gradd ward which belongs to .tho mau of will teach the Island City tle bands saluted thrj flag, little songs, Prof Rumold and Mr. Taylor ho carries homo Summit, taking passengers from .f Integrity which school this fall. Dr. J. D. Herd voices sang tho patriotic airs, littlo cpoko. Each urged tho obligation of and In tho evening bringing him, carries to his grave, and with lioonovlllo will locate for dentist feet quickened In martial tread and the men to servico in their homo uhlch may count for him when l'l them to Derea. Tho tialn for Lous-vlll- o work at Jacob Peters' Inn few days. outli recounted the heroic deeds communities this summer. Many testiused to reach Moran's Summit bonio larger sphere tlio question Is, Win. Mays, U. S. Marshal and (J. J. and tho glories ot the past and monials of tho valuo of dally Dlblo about 0:00 o'clock in the mornliig. you ready?" bucauuo that ques-foGentry, siieclal deputy, will lcavo for "Aro promised to stand tho test of the study wero given, and tho hour In a growing world with immor- There was no turnplko between Derea Ijondon, Mouday, U begin n fifteen closed with tho men terming a largo future. ul way a face us, nud that place, and thu road was aldays raid. They will bo accompanied tal faculties, will A largo concourse ot citizens and circlo with Joined hands singing, so a bridle path thru tho woods. bo our Joy and DR. DOWNING by Capt. Short who will Join them at nnd our work chould students accompanied tho veterans ' Dlest Do tho Tie that Dlnds." It fell to my lot, when a boy Dean of the College Department It should bo our Inspiration uud it Iondou. Tlicro will bo eight In the about thirteen years old, to tako u should bo our reward. crowd. Died, May 2Cth, Martha Drew-Let mo close by recalllug a legend lady of somewhat uncertain age, to of Sturgeon. meet tho morning train at Moran's of a great Japaneso painter: TUAVKI.r.KN UKST Tho story runs that In his old nge, Pummlt, Tho lady had como down OWNER-St- op! Unclo for ho lived to ba n very old man, ho from Cincinnati to be present nt tho Travelers Hcst, May 20. wedding of her brother, one of tho Henry Deeds la very ill nnd not was empowered nud commissioned to prepare a great screen tor somo wea- teachers In Ucrca College. It was expected to live. Aunt Sarnh Dot-u? is very sick. Sir. and Mrs. Jno. lthy amateur, nnd hu lavished all his In tho mlddlo of tho winter, aud ut .00 o'clock In tho morning when wo F. Cecil and Aunt I'atsy Cecil, Kov. skill upon it and It was taken to tho U. 10. Young, Alex Douds, and 'Miss homo of this wealthy amateur. All started out It was certainly ns dark Hay wcro guests ot Mrs. tlio critics ot tho town wero gather- us Kgyptlau darkness has ever boon Mattlo Wllllo Mclntlro last Sunday. 'MUs ed to see it, and they stood under tin reported to bo. It was Impossible U Ella Uotucr attended service at Cllfty cherry tree, la blossom, and tho see tho horse, much less tho road. and pocuis were pinned at tho sldo after Somehow 1 got tho reins crossed and last Suuday. Jnmaa McQueen And thou, in tho woods pulled tho wrong rem, wcro wlfo tho gnosts ot Mrs. tho Japaneso fashion. every ninii being a critic, began to with tho result that In a moment Hill Mlnter last Saturday night. Stands for everything that is best in paint. Wllllo Vcnablo Is visiting his sla- pick out flaws and find touio fault. tho carriage was practically off tho The pigments used are properly proportioned ter, Mrs. A. J. Cecil. Ho Is from Tho first didn't llko tho perspective, ground ildlug on the hushes. Wo were and thoroughly compounded. Mlddlcsboro nud will go from horo and the second didn't llko the back- In omlucnt dunger ot a capsize. Tho to Hazard whoro ho Is to bo u sec- ground, and another disliked tho lady becamo oxtromciy frightened, coloring, nnd nuothor.tlio construction, threw her anus around me und comtion hand on tho now railroad. STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE Tho members of tho Owsley Hobo- - nud not one pleasant thing hud boeu menced to scream at tho top 'of har ltah Idgo decorated tho graves of said, uud tho old artist stood beside volco. This frightened my good horj An l and fur about ten minutes, between ino uocuascu Bisters iasi tnuay even- his scfeon with folded arms. is Made to Wear" ing. Ulattlo Hay was In Hoonovlllu, when they wcro all through ho trying to pacify tho horso nud tho FOR BALE BY Thursday, on business. Miss Mngelo bowed to his critics with orloutul hysterical lady nt tlio same time, 1 Flauery ot Jackson County was tho dignity and gravity nnd stepped back spent somo of tho worst moments cuest of Miss Klla Dotncr last Fri Into his plcturo aud disappeared; for of my life. I do not wonder that tho day. I'aloy Cecil, Mrs. David Flan- - j a mail's work must bo both his re- lady was alarmed. I was compelled to help her out ot the carrlago and ory, Orblu Wilson, Mrs. Mluulo Cau- - , ward and his rofugo. oi Dow-ma- Methodist minister, C. F. Chestnut, closed after having had mnny conNii.vr.it ciii:iik verts nnd reorganizing a church. Ho Silver Crock, May 27. Tlio little nnd tho presiding elder returned last "Mr. Jno. Jones has been daughter of week for special communion service. very sick. Mr. and Mrs. lluck John-eo- n Tho Hov. Chestnut will preach hero visited Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ander- every fourth Saturday nnd Sundny of son, Tuesday. An lco cream supper f.ich mouth. Soma of cur young glwn nt the Silver Creek was plo will attend tho llerea Collego church on Saturday night, June 1. Commencement. Tulss Hrownlo Kelly Is visiting l'tr Mrs. Jnho Holey. Mrs. Mary aunt, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Kindred visited Mr. Mary Todd, Sato.in.nv. urday. Gnuley, June 1. G. S. Robertson's mi; mi. i. little sou fell off a house nnd broi.o May his arm. Horn to Mr. Dig Mill, May 27. Married. and Mrs. Jno. 23rd, Mlw Little Uawlwood and Mr. Ht'lkom, n girl. Henry Drowning wUhs lot u fine cow that cost him ifl. Hood Asburry. Forest from the community. A candy party Pom to .Mr. and .Mrs. Win. Hornier, nt James Mundiy'a last Saturday a boy. Horn to Mr. and .Mrs. Garret iilght was enjoyed very much by the Robertson, a girl. Jeo Fonder haH Urge crowd which was there. mined from Horse Lick to his About a doien people surprised 1'. father's, J. W. Fonder. W. H. Fonder Hayes and family with tlio violin lb Improving fust, Mrs. W. O. McDaU and banjo which wero onjoyed Lut lei is visiting her ixircutB, Mr. and Saturday ovenlng nt 7:30 p. m. Mrs. J. C. Hullock. W. H. Carmlch ! Hayes is Improving, but slow- has moved back to l'Ino Hill. Thero ly. Services nt Pilot Knob church Is preaching at tho Union church tho the second nud fifth Saturday and flint Saturday and Sunday In each has month by Hov. Dlllard Farker. Sunday In June O. L. Hayes , row to fceo his father In Fredericks-burgLAUREL COUNTY lnd., who has been sick for Ho took the examinasome time. riTTllt'll(l tion at Hlchmond nnd received a OBITUARY good certificate, and exacts to reFlttsburg, May. 27. Mr. Thomas turn to Kentucky nnd teach this sum- Hodge, whoso home Is between Flits-Lur- g mer nnd fall. Kiln Powell who has and London, died May 21th. Mr. been sick is well again. Dovjo Hodgo was born May 17, 1S17. Ho Settle has mumps. dlrownlo the church nt Old Liberty In Creek is sjicndlng Joined Kcllcy of Sliver 1407 and was married to Miss 'Martha a few days with her uuelo and aunt, Warren In 1S6S. To them wcro born Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Haley. flvo children four boys and ono girl. All tho children are living except COUNTY Kin-nar- MADISON COUNTY ACADEMY COMMENCEMENT memorialIay d. Ro-li- cf Lau-cast- er Do-rc- o, n, ci MR. PROPERTY cr Consider! Why not use the best possible when YOU pay the bill Hanna's Green Seal "HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT J. D. CLARKST0N, Berea, Ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. June 6, 191a. GREAT SUMMER SALE! 4 Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Stoves, Ranges, Oil Stoves, Refrigerators, Buggies, V Ice Cream Freezers, Baby Carriages, Lawn Mowers, Wall Paper, Cultivators, Wire Fence next and scores of other articles must be sold in the Thirty Days Those who participated in my sale last February will remember the good bargains they received. Many equally as good, goods perfectly" fresh, new and seasonable, will be offered now. YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS IT $1,000 worth of Rugs, Carpets and Mattings goes in this sale. 5,000 rolls of Wall Paper (fresh stock) go in this sale. 4,000 rods of genuine "American" Wire Fence in this sale, at 6 per cent less than any other fence sold in Madison Co. (prices based on weight of fence of equal height) Just in, a car load of Foster Stoves and Ranges "the range with a record" will bake nicer in less time, with less fuel, coal or wood, and has greater durability" than any other range on the market today. Prices, $22.50 to $40. Studebaker Buggies buggies with quality, durability and style buggies that are fully guaranteed and have no equal at or near the price $100 to $125. See them before you buy.' Old Hickory Buggies, $50 to $100, in all styles and they also have no equal at the same price. 43 MR. FARMER! I recommend and solicit your order for an Oliver Cultivator, which by many is given up to be the lightest running, easiest operated and most efficient cultivator in use. They are sold under a strict guarantee to give perfect satisfaction; sold on trial, cash or credit or any other wajr reasonable to suit the purchaser. Buggies on the same terms. New Perfection Blue Flame Oil Cookers and the Boss Ovens, twenty new and ten Lawn Mowers and a dozen Ice Cream Freezers go in this sale just the time to use them. up-to-da- te Refrigerators, C "THE FURNITURE MAN," ome to CHRISMAN BER.EA, KENTUCKY