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The Citizen IMIo-ULn.ta.in Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. People One Dollar a year. No. 8 Vol. XIV. BEHEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 22, 1012 THE NEWER MOON-SHIN- E Money For You In It When you get a chance like this at clothes like these you had better take advantage of it. The profit is all yours. We are willing to give you our profit as a means of clearing the summer stook. HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes and other good things to wear at less than they are worth. R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY A STORY FROM NOVA SCOTIA By Mrs. Frost Mr. KJltor: I would llko to Bind a letter thru Tho Citizen, to tho children In Bcreu, th3 vsjivcially to tho children ol West End Sunday School. Get out your map of North America, children, nnd traco our path from llerca to Cincinnati, Cleveland, Albany and Boston. In Boston, big took a boat. Tho boat was wo enough to carry a houso on It, a UK house too, with kitchen, dlnlns room, sitting rcom and many bedroom". Hut such little bedrooms with Just enough room to stand in. Tho beds you would Uilnk very funny. boxes They aro Just long, narrow nailed to tho well. You feel as though you wero lying on a cupboard shelf with another shelf abovo you Huf-falo, WORLOEWS Father of the Chinese Republic General Booth Compulsory Insurance In England German Banks Italy Stamps Out the Black Hand. FATHER OF THE CHINESE KILLED Dispatches dated Aug. 20 nnnounco tho assauslmulon of Dr. Sen, tho head of tho revolutionary party of Dr. China and Its first President. Sen received his education In England, and was ono of tho leading spirits for tho freeing of China from despotic rule. GENERAL BOOTH Tho founder of tho salvation army, Gcn.Wm. Uooth, Is nt tho point of death. Ho realizes his approaching end. His last meowgo to ( tho Salvationists was, "His promises are suro if you believe." His last Intelligible Let me words wero, "Don't worry. die, I wnnt to go to heaven." Ho Is S4 yrs. of age. Ho preached his first tcrinon In tho London slums on tho top of a barrel, when ho was 15 years f ago. It la probable that Bram-we- ll Uooth will succeed to tho command of the Salvation Army. COMPULSORY INSURANCE IN ENGLAND NaOn tho lGth of July a British tional Insurance Act went into effect. Under Its terms every worker, every employer, Including tho government aro compelled to pay on Insurance tax every week which will provide against slckuess and pauperism In old ago. Tho law Is very unpopular with many. Its worklngo will bo watched Efficiency is a word much used by writers nnd on tho lips of tnnny speakers as I hoy discuss results obtained in vnried .occupations of our country. Some writers aro free to say that tho average man has not found out Ids own resources, and because of his failuro to discover tho extent of his own powers he amounts to not moro than one half Hint ho ought, to himself, to the community in which ho lives, or to the state. It has remnined for n Kentucky woman, Mrs. Corn Wilson Stow, art, who, by the way, is the Piesident of tho Kentucky Educational Association, to discover that most interesting fact, that "what iHsauce for tho city goose is sauce for tho country gander," speaking educa. tionally, which is nnother way of saying, that this wideawake schoobwoman has discovered that Kentucky Rchoolhouses linvo ncttt ally been closed from the end of tho afternoon session until tho opening of tho morning session nil these years. She did a little moro head work, nnd reached the conclusion, that if n night school was a good thing for tho city worker, it would also be n good thing for the country worker. Forthwith she opened night schools in Ilownn' County. Thereby alio conferred n great blessing on the community nnd incidentally has made herself a much talked of woman in educa. tiounl circles. She is justly entitled to the fame that belongs to her discovery. IF is rather a remarkable fact that the public tins for so long a time rested content with such short time use of the great sums invested in school property and equipment, which is in uso only about of tho time during the period that school is in session, and very much less than that if vacations nre considered. Tho mutter of getting to nnd from school over country roads in the hours of the early night seemed an obstacle to night schools, but Mrs. Stuwnrt hit upon the happy thought of having school on moon, light nights, liy adapting tho night school to the demands of the particular neighborhood, she made a great success of moonlight schools iu her couuty. She found the people ready to enter with great enthusiasm into her plan. Instead of coming out by twos or threes, they came in groups, not illiterate persons only, but of various stapes of intellectumoonlight schools were opened. The smallal progress. Forty-fivShe est cluss numbered ten, others numbered fifty and writes that "school trustees, magistrates, country merchants, lumbermen, preachers, youths and maidens, brides and grooms, fathers and mothers, grandfathers and grandmothers," came to these schools. Tho oldest pupil was SO years of age. Another school boy was 70. One mature wotnati wrote her first letter after two weeks instruct, ion. The by products, so to speak, were the advance of social life, increased fellowship and neighlor)iness, enlarged attendance at Sunday schools, increased demands for books and periodicals. Do not be Why not tsko up this idea in your neighborhood. afraid to be a pioneer. Get out of your schoolhouse what thero is is a strong antidote to the older prodin it. The Newer Moou-shinuct and makes for greater efficiency for the individual and for a better life in the country. Perhaps Kentucky will redeem herself from Curse in part by the lead which she is taking in the tho Moon-shinschools. We are free to predict this will speedily country Moon-ligh- t movement for the adbecome, in one or another form, a uatiou-wid- e vance of country life. one-third e fifty-eight. e MR. FARMER Two Car Loads of Globe and Equity FERTILIZER For Fall sowing, just arrived. Prices interesting and terms liberal. Sec them before you buy. "THE FURNITURE MAN" UNITED STATES NEWS IN Darrow Not Guilty New York Police Graft Panama Canal Bill Penrose Probe Naw Rules for United States Courts Clark for Speaker Progressive Campaign Tha Banks to Act as Agent. DARROW NOT GUILTY A Los Angeles Jury freed Clarenco Jury Harrow from tho chargo of that briber at tho end of a trial begun early In 'May. Tho Jury was out thirty-fou- r minutes. Darrow mado a very strong and moving speech which evidently swayed the Jury. CHRISMAN'S WN STATE Paris Pads School Census Better Sanitary Conditions in Schools To Kill the Chinch Bug Cities in the Wilderness Death of Dr. Scovill Catholic Federation. PARIS PADS SCHOOL CENSUS Tho Inspectors Pogue and Vinson report as a result of their Investigation of the school rolls of Paris that upwards of four hundred names havo been annually added to tho census list. As a result the city has drawn over f8,000 annually by means of false entries and thru reports filed with the Stato Department. It Is reported that tho stato will demand a return of this amount from tho BY THE SEA IN TEXAS JOHN 6. for another person. Wo rodo In tho boat all night, and when wo awoke In tho morning wo wero landing at tho southern point of Nova Scotia. o After riding on tho cars for several hours, and on a stago for twenty miles, wo camo to tho spot whero my father was born at tho head of tho Hay of Fundy. On ono sldo woro pleasant farm homes, on tho other, tho tho beautiful bay stretching far away toward tho ocean, with a high mountain, Blomldon, rising up In tho middle of Mlnas Basin, a land marie for many miles. When a very little girl my father told mo about this mountain nnd tho bay and Uie tides, which rlso fifty feet here, tho highest tides In tho 'world. As I looked about mo, tho o.'d stories camo back. Continued onpaf e Two with Interest. GERMAN BANKS Rural Germany has a series of Banks, which afford cheap and quick credit under a collectlvo guaranteo afforded by combining his resources Tho with thoso of hlB neighbors. shares aro worth $90. As they aro operated by tho farmers themselves, thero is little risk taken In making loans and they aro found very helpful In country life. ITALY STAMPS OUT THE BLACK HAND Tho Italian government has begun a comprchenslvo and vigorous campaign to stamp out tho Mafia, or Black Hand Society. An organisation of criminals that Is spread not only all over Italy but even Into CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE PAOE FIIIST Editorials Kentucky News World Ncw3 A Story from Nova Scotia By tho Sea in Tojjuj. John 0. Fw on tho Origin of Dorca. PAGE TWO. World News (cont.) United States News (cont.) Heart to Heart Talks. Sunday School Lesson I'AOE TI1IIEE Home Courso In Domestic Science. Our Teachers Department. Temoranco. Something for tho Ltttlo Ones. PAGES FOUIt other countries. t Local News Tho Kitchen Cabinet Home Town Helps. PAOE FIVE Good Roads. FAREWELL SOCIAL Letter from Osbkosh. Sermon. Good Roads and tho Farmer. PAGES SIX Serial Story. PAGES 8EVEN Intensive Fanning Dread "Making. PAGE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky Correspondence. Swat the Fly. Editorial. A Farewell Social was given at tho last homo of Prof. T. A. Edwards Tuesday evening, In honor of Prof, and Mrs. Elijah F. Dlzney and family, who aro soon to leave Berca, to llvo at Harlan, Ky., whero Professor Dlzney has chargo of tho County doors. BISHOP THIRKIELD IN BEREA High School. The conception of a ten days present was TTio largo crowd church conference, In which a thoua splendid evidence of tho appreSunday, Sept. 1st, Bishop Thlrk-lel- d como together for Informmany friends, for tho sand pooplo ciation of the of Now Orleans, La., will preach ation, Inspiration, and recreation Is n departing family. statesmanlike plan of far reaching for tho people of Berea at tho M. Delightful refreshments wero servpower for good. E. church at 10:30 a. m. The public ed on the lawn, which was beautifulCordially yours, Is cordially Invited to be present. ly decorated and lighted by Japanese James Watt Ralne. V. T. Willis, Pastor. Continued on page Fin Corpus Chrlstl, Texas. write, thluklng Citizen readers might llko to hear about this Lcaguo encampment. Tho own Leagues of this stato about 20 acres on tho shore of this great bay. They have built au open walled auditorium, to scat h thousand, a rough summer Hotel, n woman's building, somo cottages, a restaurant, bathing house, and somo hundreds of tent floors and frames, for with tho necessary buildings storage, book room, post office, bar ber shop, etc. Tho program Is wen planned and strong. Nino In tho morn-- . Ing Is Blblo hour, conducted uy ucv. Paul B. Kern of Tennessee and my self In tho Woman's Building and tho auditorium; ten o'clock Is Mission study with fivo classes, China, Tho Social Service, Mormonlsm, Church In tho open country, and work for Juniors, and a troop of Boy Scouts. At eleven o'clock thero aro half a dozen Institutes on tho varl- ious departments of young peoples work. At 4:30 overyhody goes Into tho bay nnd buffets tho surf for two hours. Ono can go a hundred yards beforo tho water is up to tho neck but tho waves roll In four feet hlsn, and thero Is Jumping, diving, swlni- Ing and floating to heart's content. I have never seen so flno a bathing beach, tho bottom Is hard sand and with no shells, and tho water Is delightfully warm. After supper tho thero Is n Vesper scrvlco on steps of tho hotel followed by a song snrvlco In tho auditorium and then nn address. Kenneth and I saw a lot of porpoises from tho plor playing within fifty yards and eight or ten tarpons Jumped out of tho water after mullet. Tho tarpona wero about four feet Tho long, somo perhaps fivo feet. tho wind has boon too strong for last tew days for us to go out fishing on tho roefs lu a rowboat. Indeed a lot of pooplo got seasick going la a launch two miles down to Corpus Chrlstl. The constant sea breezo makes tho hot weather enjoyable, nnd everybody goes In shirtsleeves, oven when leaching classes, so thero Is no suffering. (Many sleep out of I Ep-wor- th Ep-wor- th NEW YORK POLICE GRAFT Is expected that thru evidence of Schcpps and revelations from Inspector Hayes that the Investigations lato tho police graft will not only be materially aided, but that the wholo system will be uncovered. Tho quesFEE ON THE ORIGIN OF tion now arises, 'Was there a vice trust?' It Is stated that over four BEREA thousand women paid trlbuto to tho It city. BETTER SANITARY CONDITIONS IN SCHOOLS Tho following Is tho first part of n historical address ninde by John (!. Feo on the fourth, of July, 1876, on tho history of Berca. As no man 13 better qualified to speak on this uibject tho address has an especial value to citizens of our community. Other extracts may ba given later. .J. R. Robertson. "My part In tho exerclso of this occasion Is to present a brief sketch of tho history of this place, Borea. And this Is written that a copy may bo placed In tho office of tho clerk of tho County and a second copy Bent to Washington, the capital of tho graft collector. PANAMA CANAL BILL The President wrote a special message on the Panama Canal Bill with the aid of his cabinet. He is evident ly very anxious lest tho proposed bill shall bo regarded as Infringing upon the provisions of existing treaties of foreign nations. PENROSE PROBE NEW RULES FOR UNITED Tho object of this is, as we supSTATES COURTS pose, not merely to traco tho hisChief Justice Whlto and two other tory of the past, but also to furnish fucts, material for tho future, tho Justices are working over a new set of rules for the United States next centennial report. 'Tls well for a people, not only Courts, which they expect to pres to retrospect tho past, but having ent at tho next term of court. It faith In tho rectltudo and stability Is expected that these rules will of their Institutions to lay plans al- greatly revolutionize tho practice cf so for tho future. Wo may add, all these courts, and In a great measure Continued on rage Two history has Its philosophic causo for tho rise or fall of any kingdom, country or place, and It Is well that wo Continued on page Two nation. Washington circles nre worried evidently over tho charges published In Hearst's Magazine against Senator Penrose. These charges aro based upon letters which passed between lenrose and Archbald, Vice Presi dent of the Standard Oil Co., and are in possession of Hearst. The State Board of Health and the Stato Medical Association will hold a Joint meeting In Louisville, October 28th to 30th to discuss better plans of sanitation and to revise the methods of teaching Physiology In the public schools of the state. Representatives from Teachers' Associations, Women's Clubs and Ministers' As sociations are to be Invited to attend and to BUG TO KILL THE CHINCH The State Entomologist and Botanist has provided for freo distribution among farmers of packages of whlto fungus, which It is hoped will Kill chinch bugs, though weather conditions affect Us action. Great to the corn crop is reported from various counties by this bug. Thoso wishing to try the remedy should write to H. Carman, Entomo. logtst and Botanist, State Experimental Station, Lexington, Ky. CITIES IN THE WILDERNESS Insldo of twelvo months the city of Jenkins has been built on Elk-ho- rn Creek by tho Consolidated Coal Co. It boasts first class hotels, large Y. M. C. A. buildings, telephone system, electric lights, water works, churches, a college Ip course of erection, a city park, an artlflcal lake, ry (Continued on rage Two) THIS ISSUE Mrs. Frost writes some ery Interesting incidents of Nova Scotia history this week that will Interest all. From tho fogs of Nova ScoUa to Texas Is a long journey. Prof Ralne gives a most readablo account of his visit to Corpus Chrlstl. Prof Lowls gives most valuable suggestion to tho teacher as to the solution of a practical and too frequent school problem, John G. Fee's speech by Prof. Robertson gives Interesting facts of early Berean history. Rend about tho newer moonshine nnd get somo of It Into .vour community. "Stop tho Gossip" Is a short article. It will make your neighborhood a happier place. If us suggestions aro heeded. pro-tid- Last Call of This Season Mr. Property Owner of Eastern Ky: in this part of the state YOU MUST If you want us to look after your Roofs while we are WRITE TO ME AT ONCE. It costs to travel. I must see you as we make our circuit. Don't wait till we see you write If you want any reference write to R. B. Roberts, the County Attorney of Leslie Co., at Hyden. We are Covering the Court House here with Taylor's Old Style Tin Plate. The real thing no Imitation. to-da- HENRY LENGFELLNER, Tinner, HYDEN, KY. A word to my Old Customers of Madison and Garrard County. io$ off on all mail orders you send to me. I can do a great deal more work and thus do it for less money if you let me know a little ahead of time what you want done. I can arrange my trip so I can do one-hajobs on the same trip which save at least 10$. lf Page Two. ordered the landlord holTo glvo 1ilm any breakfast When the man returned his master told him to bring the A family newspaper for all that It right, none! round. "Hut, sir," remonstrated tho mnn, "I true and Interesting. havo not yet had my breakfast" "Oh, that Is no matter," replied tho Published erery Thurly t nerea, Kjr. deiin cheerfully. "Wo will start on BEREA PUBLISHING CO. otir Journey, for It Is certain thrtt if you wero to have your breakfast you (Ineorpornled) J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manigar. woutd soon to hungry again." And ho took him breakfaatless nway. THE CITIZEN August 22, 1912. The Citizen Heart to Heart SUNMYSCIIOOL Talks. By EDWIN IMLTMTIONAL K. NYE. Lesson p Subscription Ratos rAYAni.it One Year 8lx Month Three Month m advanck J5 ... or Kpre Money Send money by rot-offic- e Order, Draft, Registered Letter, or one and two cent stamps. The date after your name on label ahows to what date your sulwcrlptlon i paid If It I not chanted within three weeks after renewal notify ua. Miaalnc numbera will be gladly aupplled If we are notified. Pine rremlum given for new ubcripllons and prompt renewal. Send for rtemium 1.11. Liberal terms given to any who obtain new subscriptions for in. Any one sending iij four early subcrlptlons can receive The Citnen free j forhfmelt for one jear Advertising ratea on application. Mrunra or Tho Out Watt Railroad. Evor hear of the Duo Woat railroad? No? Woll, It's hardly to bo wondered at, seeing that If s scarcely three rallos long and stowed In an out of tho way corner of South Carolina. Yet It has a unique history of Its own. Tho road runs from the town of Duo West to Dowell. Its construction was tho outcome of the craving of tho inhabitants nf Due Wost for oasy transportation to Dowell. 80 the people of Duo West In tho name of their town, Issued of railroad aid bonds on behalf of the construction of the lino, which was openod for trade In 1008. Tho road was a financial success from tho start and Is comfortably paying Its way. It baa neither debts nor bonds of its own, In which respect It Is nlmost without parallel In railroad history. Tho total cost of the construction of the road and Its equipment. Including Its two locomotives, one passenger and one baggage car, Is said to havo been less than 120,000. Railroad Man's Maga-cin111,-PO- O (fir K O. BEM.KHfl. Director of Evening Department, The Moody lilbte Institute, Is It true that tho chlcfest enemy of CUilcaso.) the woman who would reform Is hor sister woman? If It la truo thcro aro exceptions. LESSON FOR AUG. 25. In proof of which Is this atory of the Ignorant foreigner and tho woman THI VISIT TO NAZARETH. who cared. Tho poor foreigner was kept In Jail LESSON TEXT-t.- uV rama unto his OOf.DKrr TEXT-"-!! for six years, charged with murder, and tlirco' times sho stood In the shad- own, and they thnt ware his own received him not." John 1 111. ow of the oloctrlc chnlr. The woman who carod was the wlfo of the sheriff Cannon Farrnr has raid that this In charge of tho Jail at Hackensack, visit of Jesus to his homo In Naza:!S-S- THE WOMAN WHO CARED. e. KENTUCKY TRRS3 ASSOCIATION. WILLIAM UNITED STATES NEWS Continued from First t'ase position. HENRY HARRISON. h When the foreign woman rntcrod tho Jail she could not speak a word of English. Indeed, her crime was largely caused by her Ignoranco of American speech and ways. Taking pity on the forlorn creature, the sheriffs wlfo taught her the use of English; also sho gave tho woman a chanco to learn housekeeping, sewing, tho arts of embroidery, etc. And then-Ur- ged on by the woman who cared, the prlsonor took up tho study of stenography and typewriting. So great was her proficiency. In spite of the depressing conditions of her life and N.J. ! upon" the words of John, which form our Goldon Text. Thoso words are tbo cpltomo of this lesson In a very rent sense. Tbo young prophet had been proclaimed by his counsln John tho Baptist as he who was to come. He bad performed his early Judean ministry, which Includes tho visit of Nlcodemus, and the meeting of th John bad been woman of Samnrla. shut tin In orison and Jesus was about entering mon that wonderful Gall-lea- n reth Is "a most striking commentary ministry. THE NATION AND THE NEIGHBORHOOD eminently an educational campaign with This Is well. The air Is vocal discussion of tariff reform, a subject upon which too many are woefully Ignorant and they pay very smartly for their Ignorance too. Go as deep lv Into this subject as you can. The Panama Canal Is up lor dls cusslon. How shall It be governed? What what mils shall be charged? vessels should pass through free, and what does our treaty with England Involve upon us? All these topics are vital. Read upon the subject and talk It over with your neighbor You will thus become a better Informed and a larger man. Itead all you can about the different parties, to uad consider well their claims your support. These are national questions. This is your nation and it is Just such a nation, with Just such a government as yu with your vote and several million other citl rcna with their votes decide that it shall be. But did you never read that 'Cha lly begins at Home?' You do not llo at Washington. Your associations are with the home folks. And the moat Important men, who affect your life the nearest, are the local officers, Do you have a good town Judge? Does he so enforce the law that you have nn nrderlv community? If not. who Is responsible for putting an Ineffl- rlent man Into the office? Whut about your school trustee? He Is the man who Is responsible for the kind of teacher who is training your chll dren and the character of the school In yur district. Did you vote for him because he lo a capable man, who will seek to advance the Interest of the community, or did you vote for him because ho was somebody's rela tive, or because you expected some favor from him? Did he hire the t"acher because of approved fitness and adaptation to the work or because the teacher is a relative and needs the monoy? Are you awake to the possibilities of your own neighborhood? Why not make that school house, used only a third of the twen- hours that belongs to each day, more useful to the community? Why, not have on moonlight nights a social evening for the neighbors. with a discussion of farm topice, home Industries, the best method of canning peaches, how to get the best your result from stock? Possibly neighborhood would support a moon' light school. Why not get your neighbors to gether for two or three days volun' teer work on the roads under the the direction of the best man in community? The nation Is made up of a great In number of small communities. thinking of national matters, do not neglect the concerns of that part ol tho nation that comprises your neightv-fo- Men, women anil children are talking politics. Evidently the present Presidential campaign Is to be pre cut out the delays and lessen the Gospel of Freedom." This Invitation was followed by invitation from other frlonds in this region. Wr. Fee came, and after a series of meetings a church was organized ef using fellowship t those who were Twelvo slaveholders. persistent mouths fiom this time Mr. Fee again visited the church at this place and at this time Mr. Clay divided his is asking the banks thruout the coun- land. Laying off a village plot he try to act as Its agent In collect- reqestcd Mr. Fee to namo It. This the he did, calling It Berea not after ing and disbursing funds for An appeal any known modern town of tint Presidential Campaign. Is to be made to finance the expenname but after that Berea of apostolses of the campaign by popular sub ic times, in which tho people nobly scriptions. enquired whether the things tho DEMOCRAT PROGRESSIVES IN apostles taught were truo that those CONTROL, tho should occupy this modern Berea Gov. Wilson claims that the pro- should bo alike noble, and enquire gressive element In the Democratic whether the things then taught conparty tried to get control and sue cerning God to man were true." ceeded, so that the Democratic party A STORY FROM NOVA SCOTIA is free to servo tho people. 1 cost of litigation. CLA1UC FOR SPEAKER The Democratic members of Con- gross have reached an understanding that Champ Clark will bo the next Speaker of Uie House. PROGRESSIVE CAMPAIGN' Roosevelt meets with great throngs In as he is opening his campaign "Massachusetts and In Rhode Island. He considers his reception most auspicious. THE BANKS TO ACT AS AQENT The Democratic National Committee The ninth president of the Tnlted States served Just one month In thai year. IU He died at Washington April 4, 1841, In his sixty-nintwas bom at Berkeley, Va. Harrison had the chief command In the north. west during the war of 1S1U and was a major general. He was tho conquerol of the great Indian chief Tccumeb. After tho war General Harrison retired to hla farm near North Bend, hid., but he was elected to the United State senate and finally to tho presidency as a Whig In 1840 after the famous "log cabin and hard cldt campaign." the great nervous strain of the various trials, she was able, when sho stepped out of Jail a frco woman, to take rapid dictation and wrlto n good letter. Continued from page one borhood. Tha Daan'a taaaon. Jonathan Swift, the Dean Swift so wall' known to fame, dearly Joyed Joke and constantly Inflicted them oa bis friends and servants. Sometime they: were kindly enough and some-Umquit the reverse. In "Martha, Lad Oiffard,N Julia 0. Long give an amusing example of the former Had, Oace when the dean was traveling U Ireland he found himself obliged to stay the night at a wayside Ion, In the morning, when his servant brought ktm hla boota; he aaw that they, bad not been, cleaned. , He asked why. "I thought, air, a you wero going to rMe,, that they would soon be dirty es Oal" aid his maeter. -- a4 a .ta tk Terr wetii The mt biwaaV liberty, free institutions and right eous sentiments. As eaMy as 1845 Mr. C. M. Clay be gan the publication of a weekly news paper, "The True American" in the city of Lexington, Ky and advocated the duty and expediency of the era anclpatlon of the slaves of the Btato and country. His press was mobbed, torn down and hauled off. Soon after he removed to his farm In tills county, but did not cea.se his advocacy of emancipation. Ho observed that whilst the sensibilities of all men were for fieedom, enly the e holders of and thos Bmall moans were willing to express their convictions of the duty of free dom to all. This clo3s of men wero as a con sequence jmbject to change and removal. Mr. Clay observed this and !ho determined that, as far as he could, consistent with other duties, obviate it. In the year 1852 learning that In this county tbero was a tract of land, Including that on which Berra now stands, and In the midst of friends of freedom which could be bought at low figures, he decided to buy It and divide Into small home steads. Previous to tbli he had visited some free communities and churches In Bracken and Lewis counties, of this stato and Invited Rev. John 0. Fee to cotae to this part of the state and here preach aa he styled It, "A non-slav- In a war with France, England took country of Nova Scotia. The shops, bank. this planing mills, machine French settlers did not like to have twenty-fiv- e miles of model road-wathe English rule them, and would Another town on the way Is McRob- not obey. Then the king ordered erts where eight drift mouth mines that these settlers should be tak?n are being opened. from their farms and put on boats DEATH OF DR. SCOVILL and scattered among the different Tho funeral of Dr. M. A. Scovill. colonies. When you read Longfellow's head of the Agricultural Experiment joem, Evangeline, you will feel how Station at Lexington called forth these peoplo suffered In "being taken large number of prominent citizens away from their homes. of this state and other states who England now offered large tracts were anxious to do honor to his mem of land In Nova Scotia to families In ory. England, Scotland and the colonies. CATHOLIC FEDERATION My father's grandfather went from The eleventh annual Federation of was given a whole townBoston. at ship andHewas appointed magistrate. Roman Catholic Society Is held Louisville this week with four hun Ho put his family and enough prodred delegates in attendance. visions for three years Into big tho boats and off they started to JOHN FEE ON THE ORIGIN OF new home. They found good farm land, timber, BEREA plenty of game and fish. They built Continued from First rat; a saw-mi- ll and houses, and soon they should trace the causes which hao were living very comfortably, with led to the rise and growth of this good Scotch neighbors nearby. little village. They caught fish In traps called That which led to the projection weirs. The tide would flow In bring was ing the fish with It, then when the and development of this place a purpose to plant here a permanent tide went out, a whole wagon load (oico for the propagation of human of fish were left flopping on the y. IN OUR OWN STATE (Continmed from Brat pace) I. sand. "Whenever1 they went to the woods they took their guns for bears wore plentiful. One day my father went hunting with his grandfather. It grow dark before they got out of the) woods, and they would strike a flint to show them the path. Once they thought thoy heard something Lehlnd them, but they went on. In tho morning, they found the tracks of a bear which followed their 2VHXDHANICS iVlAGaAINB foliriiaal "WHsles SeYeeCasi Ann 300 Pictures kal At. laatructhra. bat A wonderful story ef tWrVocraaa savor 250 Pge jnwa?$aait imlsrwsai . a:i Rverv "r Month fara&i ,, , ties Maskaav akaai Isataraata siajfibueV.- - whea tajsj aaa wfcr. "Aak UMaaaa tra mats ft. will akoir Tom Tour : or wrka SB publishers for a fra atunplej cost. saoarta, nlacrnrtra. Kalkaska. lUaUenjan, m imtaln m The "SaM Tmm isaar te aufca iipaara. aatt amstaa tmmlmn, wiriliaa. at ttsaca a trnTStSTT mm. lept jwamjaj. rorUA amc Yotm rexwi $iJr MECMAMCS HACA1 Moreover, tho sheriff's wife stimulated In tho prisoner a dcslro for reading, 0 that sho Is now an unusually well Informed woman. The transformation was complete. While she was in prison and was One time the Governor at Halifax sent for the grandfather, and asked being given tbo opportunity to cbango foreignhim to go and sco some Indians far herself from a crude. Ignorant er to a woman of Intelligence her husaway who threatened to make trou band had been free. ble. Tho Governor offered a body He bad worked with construction tho grandfather gangs, had learned llttlo or no English guard of soldiers but said he preferred to go alone. The and was Jast aboat where she left him. chief was very friendly and Invited Now she has undertaken to educate the white man to spend the night in and Americanize her husband. Fine? There was a flro on his wigwam. I know nothing finer. No school the the ground In tho middle of for this tnt, and they sat around It to talk. could have done cared didprisoner what Finally the chief told his squaw to the woman who a chance,for her. She gave the prisoner and, what put the children to bed. She took n was better, she knew her neds and and sympathized and helped. Underneath bhovel and some fur blankets the children and went out of doors. the Ignorant criminal she saw the posShe dug a hole In tho snow, put a sibilities of the woman. n Now fur blanket In it, then the two It la a great thing to preach the on the blanket. She covered gospel to the heathen no doubt about hem up with another fur, then heapdug that, but ed snow over all. When she It Is greater to be the sort of home them out In the morning, they look- missionary who la able to carry the 0 ed as though they had enjoyed gospel to the heathen In your own treatment. fresh air house. Once or twice a year the magistrate had to go one hundred mll STOr THE cossir. One vanomsd word on horseback to da business In Hall-faThat struck Its coward, poisoned blow Sometimes he took his wife la cravtn whlapcis, t.uhad and tow. with him. The last tlmo she made And Tt th wld world hoard. oca Twaa but ona the trip she was one hundred years That, tnutttred whisper vsrr aliama, low for eld. The thlna th aland'rara dare not name. And yet Its work waa dona. From this grandmother, the chilFor the reason that the slander la dren and grandchildren Inherited She muttered low In craven whispers It la perfect health and long lives. origin of the also trained them In many ways. Oa always bard to trace the my caramny back to the malicioua tongue Sunday afternoons, she taught that first gave It utterance. father Bible verses and hymns and Oosalp passes the report from mouth of her home In to ear under the impersonal and intold him stcrleo Massachusetts. definite phrase. took Ono tlmo this grandmother They say." a baby mooso and raised IU When The gcaalper drapei hla story with it grew to be almost as big as an the glamour of secrecy and hides It It origin In anonymous authority. elephant and bad great horns Oosalp la cowardly. would follow her about and run to It proceeds to murder reputations from meet her on her way home with the concealed weapons of an church. whiaper, accompanied by a wink, I found two very old ladles, who a nod or a shrug. they were little girls saw when Oftentimes) when the slanderous my father, a young man, start off work la done the reaction comes. The to "the states." I found many dis- community wakes up to understand tant cusins, all descended from the that the tale bad no authentic origin same man who cettled there one and the whole matter was no more Ono than mere gossip, hundred and fifty years ago. And sometimes the underttanOlng of these, an old sea captain, took us to the old burying ground of tho cornea too late to save the victim of veaomed tongue. Marsh family. Here were the graves the A goaslper thrives best in an atmos of tho first settler and bis wife and phere of ignorance and idleness. The children. well Informed are not apt to be credu In another family burying ground loos, and the busy will not watt to near by, was a stone which Interest- bars, their eara staffed, willy nllly. ed me very much. 'My father had The best wy to atop the gossipy tale often told mo of a little playmate as to atop It In your mouth.. who died. I used to cry over the If your soul (a big it will be generous death of this little boy as though he and charitable., It ,1a only the little wero my own playmate. .Now hero soul that cannot hold "a secret" The big soul knows was a little stono with the Inscrip- big soul forgets. The how aharoar than a two adraA awnrd tion: "Steel McLoghlln. born 1813, la the venomed wordj that, once spoDied 1819." This was the grave of ken It cannot be recalled; that thai fartho little boy who had played with ther it goes the, blocker It grows. my father nearly a hundred years If for no other reason than charity, ago. withhold the word. Captain Marsh showed us a house O- f. one hundred and fifteen years old If yon be brave enough challenge the which is built like the original Marsh goealper and brand the story aa a lie. bouse. It has three big chimneys, big Open your mouth and demand that the Victim be confronted by his accusers. fire places and brick oven. vague Dulng the Revolutionary war pris To the say a? "they say" botfly ask: Who oners wero taken from Boston to By doing so you may save sawne one Halifax. Two of theso prisoners es from a stab In the back. caped and found their way a hundred miles thru tho woods to their friend, Mr. 'Marsh. He hid them In water was so deep they could not his house, built a boat In the at wade to shore. They called for help. tic, and ono night took an end out Their fathor run, but the boat was of tho house, lowered the boat to gone. He tried to niako a horse swim the ground, and took It to the water. out to the bar, but It would not go. The two soldiers got In and rowed Tho tide rose higher and higher. away homo. Nobody In the neighbor, They kept calling to their father till the water covered them. This nearly hood know that tho soldiers bad killed the mother and fathor. bun thee. Finally I found one first cousin and Captain Marsh pointed to a sand bar out In tho bay and told us how bad a nice visit with her. I will tell you como more stories two Httle brothers of his were out playing on It one day, and when they when you 00 mo to see me sometime. Your friend, looked up the water had risen and Mrs. Frost. surrounded the sand bar, and the chll-drex. nnc-tuo- real manner for service. and for power lie, Is to witness and to minister. Ilia la to teach and to heaL He la to preach the Ooapel to the poor and deliverance to those bound with the chains of oeremoniallam .and of atn. He la to heal broken hearts, and diseased bodies, to set, the captive free and heal the brulaei ones. Vers 18 la a sad picture of the state of a man without outalde help. But Jesus came Into the world for this express purpose. John 8:12, IS; Matt 1:11. "Thls prophecy means me." "Come unto me," was Indeed a bold proclamation. Did they believe? Are you making such bold claims for your Master and Lord? Some will reject, of courae, but let us remember that "Ood glveth the Increase," oura truly to witness, to aow the seed. I. Cor. 3:1. Why this hostility? (1) Jealousy. "Joseph's Son." (t) Contempt, was be not one of them? Was this not alao a slur, upon bis same? (I) HI allusion to Elijah, going outalde ol Israel for suateaanoe. Do not forget the searching faot that there were those who knew him beet through long association, yet they! rejeot him. Our peril is to know hla and yet rejeot his .fellowship Let us emphasise, that XtU, In John's Oen which ioiiows use uoieest (lilt), "But to as taaay as receive hla te thesa gave he power to beooeao the Seas of Ood." In service. In this lesson we can see blm aa ho returns to his boyhood home, to those old nnd most familiar scenes of his youth. Day of Vengeance. "As his custom woe" (v. IS) he entered the old familiar eynagogue to take part in the worship, praise and discussion, as had long been his custom In this his home town. Here It j was ho had learned of tho law and the prophets, here he had heard tho prophecies discussed, here ho had undoubtedly participated In tho discussions In the days gone by, for after the worship tin la asked to cosduct the reading of the second part of the service, a selection from one of the j prophets, undoubtedly that portion for 'the regular reading of the day. His mothod of reading was very algnlficant Finding a portion from the prophecy I of Isaiah, chapter 61, he reads that portion as we now have It recorded, comprising verse one and In verse two to the first punctuation mark, a com ma. This, aald he, la being fulfilled before your eyes. Implying that the concluding portion, that which refers to "the day of vengeance of our Ood," la yet to be fulfilled or performed. Just what his exposition may have been Luke does not tell us, although he leads lu to believe that he made a definite claim of being the Messiah j "this Scripture hath been fulfilled." mt hla gracloua worda. , They wondered but auch an assumption rrom ins tongue of this son of the village carpenter waa more than a challenge; It aounded of blasphemy. It Is one thing to listen to beautiful platitudes, but for one to assume authority auch aa thla at once arouses antagonism. To make thla atlll more plain, he makes a specific application- - To paraphrase his words, he aald. "doubtleaa you are aaylng. young man perform here In Nazareth some of those miracles you performed over In Capernaum, but I aay you would sot accept me even then, for no prophet la acceptable to hla own countrymen." Then be goea on to Illustrate by an Incident from the wife of Elijah, alao one from the life of Ellaha. draphlo Leaaon Story. In teaching thla leaaon we can the need and the Importanoe of public worship, the observance of a day set apart for that purpose and the public reading and exposition of God's work. We can alao lay etress upon Jesus's knowledge and use of the Scriptures; also hla empbatlo approval of Inspired prophecy aa applied to, and fulfilled 1b hla own Ufa. In teaching the young scholars thee truths, the graphlo leaaon story will be all and probably more than can well be covered during the leasoa hour. For the older scholars, one Question for discussion would be, why does th Son of Ood apeak of or claim th "spirit of the Lord upon me?" Of course he waa anointed after John's baptlam as an example to all hla followers, but here we take It aa meaning that the Spirit fs upon hits in I r. August 22, IC-12- . THE CITIZEN. Page Three. OUR TEACHERS' DEPARTMENT Edited by Prof. Charles D. Lewis Some Letters and a Practical Question of Importance (Conduct! REACHING by Home Course In Domestic National Woman's emprance union.) the THE LOGICAL GOAL Re- - Gradual but Practical Gains of form Movement From 8tart to Preient Date. prcmo. Then enrao tho moderate) pledge against wine and beer, not moro than a glaaa at a alttlng, not moro than a pint a day. A total abiUnenco pledge waa considered absurd, there waa no aenso In going so far. What would those old folks think If ther could to day aco tho rant army of totnl abstain era? What would ther think of that doclslon of the United States Supremo Court that "there la no Inherent right In a citizen to sell Intoxicating drink. and that tho business Is attended with danger to tho community?" What 'would they think of tho authoritative statement of our great doctors that the valuo of alcohol, aa a medicine, la practically nil, and that It would have been bettor for tho world If It had never been known? We have come a .long way and tho only logical conclu sion will bo found In national prohlbV Uon, MUCH drinking 'customs, a leading paper (aid, "Nono but an Imano pcraon could advocato auch a cnuso." Those wero tho days when liquor reigned su At tho beginning of tho reform movement, when An earnest minister suggested somo Improvement In the air cmiiBTiNB r tinlino.) pea ThSTSna vew cta. h ovtfi one Uu. Aka ari AWia"lH vhtv vtflt Our schools hero In "Old Virginia this do not begin until tho 10th of month. I am principal of n two room school nt Arno, a mining town with nbout ono hundred nnd thirty students. I nm going to do my best as Hint Is the Herea Idea. la Well, I will sny that nil tho that students whom I know voro nt Herea havo mado certificates tho end havo schools. Thoso aro Cress girls nnd Hlllman boys. Ilaymoml Davison writes: I am succeeding unusually well as far B8 attendance Is concerned. Out of a census report of 87. I havo f 83 enrolled with nn attendance aro In tho primary 74. Thirty-seve- n grade. I havo nil grades up to tho Vlr-Cln- Harl writes: Tato, Appatachla, Virginia, vantages If there Is nny possible Science III. Cost of Food In Moderate Homes. By EDITH G. CHARLTON, In Charge ol Domestic Economy, lows State College. Copyright. 19IO, by Amtric.n FEW OLD ENGLISH PASTIMES sixth. DRYNESS IN MISSOURI difficulties Encountered by Party of Convivial Friends Whlla TraveU ( Ing In West. A party of convivial friends got on ,the train at Memphis, Tenn without replenishing their whisky bottles. They were going West My and by ono of the men got oft to get a drink. It .waa a dry Arkanaaa town. lie got none. Ono of the others tried It at town, but no bandy the next good-sitedepot saloon appeared. Three times .they made a rush on Arkanaaa soil, only to come back dry and disconso late. -Walt till we strike MIsourl. boys!" they said. At West Plains, Mo., their Jbest forager did a lightning act, but came back empty handed. A county (map waa procured. Try the next county.' 80 at Cabool, Ha, two thirsty men made the run, but all In Vain. At Mountain A PRACTICAL QUESTION Truokrtng the Trencher Is Plsyed by "What shall I do with a family of Children Sitting or Kntellng children all of whom aro very rude. on Floor In Ring. Two nro very email, six and scvim tirs old. They aro vile In their Truckling tho trencher this Is an talk, and much worso In their nets. old English game. The children sit on tho floor or kneel In a ring. A They nro among my brightest pu person In the center holds tho trench pils. Should I allow them to remain er (a pie tin will serve) and when In school tho to contaminate all are ready he truckles, or spins ether pupils while I do all that I It, at tho same time calling the name enn for them morally and mentally?" of some one In the ring. The one Tho teacher sending In tho abovo named must spring quickly and try to Is catch the plate between both handa questions shows that teaching beforo It stops spinning. If ho suc looked upon In the truo sense, as an ceeds, he takes the place In the cen opportunity to glvo higher Ideals ter, and the first truckler goes In nnd practices of life, as well :is tho ring. If he does not catch the new facts In formal subjects of stu plato between both hands before It dy. Thcro Is also evidence of an stops spinning he paya a forfeit and d alertness to conditions Is counted out. Then thero Is the play of 'Twos cften not found. and threes." The company la grouped I answer this question through tho In twos and threes, usually only ono Teachers' Department for two reasodd one, nnd the fun consists In not ons; being caught aa the third. This keeps First, becauso It is a question each child looking over her shoulder, for when two are behind the fore- which moat teachers should ask, for most must slip away and And another there Is scarcely a school In tho place to be tapped. country which has not nt least ono game, a rather family of children who aro moro to After a stand-ufunny game, where all the company ho dreaded than a victim of small may sit. Is to havo one person chosen pox or scarlet fever. to call and the rest' to repeat: One Second, becauso too many teach good fat hen; two ducks; three plump partridges; squawking four wild ers do not realize that a watchful moral geese; Ave felicitous oysters; six ness which will detect such pairs of Roman striped hose; seven disease Is ono of their highest du etght ties from the point of view of tho thousand Spanish Soldiers; cages of Hellogabulus 'paroquets; nine Individual and "tho ctate. sympatbttle, apathetic, didactic, prop My first point In reply Is, do not ositions; eleven superstitious astrono- deprive tho children of school ad mers viewing Venus In Venice; twelve play-groun- remedy, for, llko tho Great Teacher, your work is more for "tho slniur than tho Righteous." Wy second, however, is, do not follow out this plan until tho harm to tho many becomes greater than tho possible good to tho few, nnd you alono can Judge ns ta when, this time comes. If I wero In tho place of tho Questioner, 1 would havo a frank talk with all of tho children In question and show them, It possible, tho harm they aro doing others as well as for themselves. Whether they aro convinced or not firmly tell them that their vllo languago and acts MUST HE STOPPED. Then present tho following plan. "You can play with nnd oscoclato with tho oth.;r children of tho school If you will quit your wrong doing. If you will not then I will nllow you your recess ono at a tlmo during tho study time of tho other children." In other words quar-nntltheir vllo tongues as you would tho contagious disease. Do not fear ns to your right to do this. No law will require you to glvo all children their recesses nt tho camo tlmo though It might demand that all had tho same amount. Thoso within tho compulsory ago would bo required Ai.ocLtion. Pfu no and If parents keep them out and thus throw the caso into tho courts, havo no fear. You aro doing right, nnd the right will win, if not every time, ALWAYS SOMETIME. You may bo met with tho statement that all of tho children are guilty. Answer that your law Is l, gen-eia- to come, of cours, and that It will be applied to all who aro guilty so far as thy can bo connected. This work Is ono of tho greatest that can bo dono for tho community, for vulgar conversation Is ono of the most common as well as most degrading practices which can be found, and It Is far too widespread, not only among boys, but moro to bo regretted, among thoso who pass as men. iLet every teacher locate tho dan cer center In his o? her school along this line and then wage relentless war upon it, and great good will to deno in tho way of making and keeping pure minds which will be fit to receive noble thoughts. drove. In the next county, the entire party of three, fran tic for a drink, dashed out of the coach oa It stopped. They come back soberly and sadly. "Boys," said tho leader, "you tee Ihow It's Well soon have to cross the ocean to get a drink of beer, DUmed If the whole Mississippi Vai (ley lsnt going dry!" IRIGHT TO European dancing masters teaching Egyptian mummies to 'dance at Hercules' wedding. If any one laughs In the course of this he must pay si forfeit The one who 'repeats most smoothly and solemnly must be the caller out and begin gibberish over again. BALANCING A PRACTICAL PLATE AND PIN PROHIBIT UQUOfl Trick I Can you balance a dinner plate On a pin? Easy enough. If you do It this way: Bomo one says he does not believe In prohibition. Then he ought to Drive a pin Into a cork In a bottle. 'movo out of tho United States, fot Tako four forka and four other corks more than halt of tho laws undei which he lives are prohibitory. The law says wo ahall not steal, burn bouses, make counterfeit money, kill men. If It Is right to prohibit shooting quail out of season, letting down a neighbor's fence, using a cancelled stamp, throwing dynamite Into the river to kill fish, n man gaddlns about when thcro Is smallpox In hit family then why Is It not reasonable and right to prohibit tho salo of alcoholic bovorages, combined? Only Reasonable to Stop Sale of Al cohollo Beverages, Cause of Mlssry to Mankind. la Comparatively Eaay of Exe cution If Instructions Qlven Are Followed. That trend In education which U coming to lay greater stress upon thoso bronchos that have to do with the home domestic science and with the farm manual training, agricultural ana horticultural has much to commend It, aa It Is clear that these branches have a far more important and vital bearlnir on the cvervdnv Ufa of the people than do languages and ome other branches. In many schools today located In rural communities attention la being especially directed to a study of agriculture and horticulture, and tho results aro often manifest In an Improved condition of tho school grounas, wtnio many of the lessons taught aro being worked out on tho farms of tho community. EDUCATION. THE WORTH Perhaps there la no single factor In the training of the, boy or girl asldo from the fundamental traits of obedience and honesty that will have moro to do with their success in life than the habit of doing well and thoroughly the task that Is set for them. It Is very easy for the child to get into a sloucby and disorderly way of doing things, and when this is observed the parents should do everything possible to correct It for unless It Is righted It will crop out In school as well as In business pursuits, and In housework later on. It takes time nnd pains to aid the child In the forming of right habits of work, but tho effort If persisted In Is well worth while. OF RIGHT HABIT8. .misery than all these other thlngi The Usual Experience. . Tho most largely populated county In Missouri, outsldo her metropolitan cities themselves. Is Jasper, tho famous "ono hundred million dollar" county. In 1910 a series of tho hottest local option battles ever fought In tho stato tnailo tho wholo county dry, and nil of Its cltlca nnd villages except Joplln. After a year's trial of tho now rcgltno tbn court records showed that wet Joplln with less than a third of tho county's population had .produced over 70 per cent of all the critno In tho county. read or Beer. which causo more Best and !anliest Boys Are Those Taught By Women Teachers By Miss GRACE STRACHAN, President of the Interborough Association of Women Teachers of New York boys and young jnon aro not cflcminato becauso taught by women teachers in our schools. HMERIOAN I Coffee served with hot milk occasionally. Tea occasionally. Local fruits In season. Serving Cheap Materials. ards. This list of foods can be varied from The cost of living depends on tho ideas and standards of the persons day to day by tho skillful housekeeper spending the money, or else It depends and will furnish not only pleasing vaon the total disregard for them. Tho riety In tho meals, but the required question of bow much our living nourishment. But when the coarser, shall cost Is moro of education than of cheaper foods are used greater caro location, so a scale of expenditures must be taken In their preparation. cannot be given that will be suitable Any food, no matter bow rare and expensive, can bo spoiled by careless or In every particular to any locality. Local conditions must bo taken Into Ignorant cooking, and tho commonest consideration to some extent, though food material, presenting perhaps few possibilities for a tempting dish, can It is generally found that large expenditure in one department of housekeep- bo made most appetizing by carefu), So it all ing can be readily balanced by various preparation and serving. comes back to tho original statement economies In another. Any woman who has a tight stand- that the cost of tho table does not deard of life will not be satisfied to spend pend so much on the price of food maall the income for physical needs. Sho terials as It does on the knowledge and will want a balance for those things skill of the cook or on the lack of thoso essentials to success. j which are termed higher life, educaWhen the variety of food from which tion and all thoso advantages which develop tho mental and moral side of to make a selection Is limited it Is necthe family. It has been repeatedly essary to know a number of ways In proved that when the family Income which to serve the same article as It Is adjusted so as to leave at least 25 appears on the table day after day. per cent of It for matters not connect- If oatmeal must be the staple breakfast dish fivo mornings out of seven, ed with material living there is contentment in the family circle and a try the addition of a handful of dates desire among the Individual members from which the stones have been reto reach tho highest attainments of moved. Cook the oatmeal thoroughly true manhood and womanhood. It is In a double boiler or Drelesa cooker and not my purpose In this article to at- add the dates about half an hour betempt to do more than show what pro- fore serving. It will be necessary, too, portion of the Income should be re- very often to use the cheaper cuts served for food and how that amount ot meat when the family Is living can be spent In order to keep within on 18 cents a day, but these are more the margin and to satisfy the physical appetizing If carefully prepared than tho expensive steaks or roasts that needs of the family. have been Improperly cooked. The the following It has been said that one-barecipes may afford variety In cost of living Is the cost of food, and dinner menu and may suggest to it has been shown over and over again the housekeeper Ideas In serving some that It Is not the food actually eaten the which costs so excessively as It Is of tho cheaper meats: Cannslon of Beef. what Is wasted by poor cooking, preTwo pounds of lean beef cut from paring too large quantities and buying round, grated rind of half a lemon, out of season. one tablespoonful of finely chopped 18 Csnts a Day. Meals at teaspoonful parsley, one egg, one-haAn Income of from $1,000 to $1,500 onion Juice, two tablespoonfuls of should allow no more than IS to 25 of grated nutmeg, ono melted butter, cents a day for each person for food, teaspoonf ul of littleand salt or not moro than 22 per cent of the of pepper. Chop meat finely total Incomes. To feed a family of and add remaining Ingredients In order five persons on 00 cents a day, or IS given. Shape In a roll about six Inches cents each, requires thought and con- long, wrap In buttered paper, place In siderable planning on the part of the a dripping pan and bako thirty minhousekeeper. But on that amount it utes In a moderate oven. Haste every Is possible to provldo good nourishing cup ot five minutes with t meals every day and in amount butter melted In ono cup of boiling; for all tho needs of the body. water. Serve with esperano sauce. This Is not a mero theoretical stateEsperano Sauce. ment, for In many homes in this counTwo tablespoonfuls butter, two tatry less than $1 a day is being spent blespoonfuls flour, half a teaspoonful on tho table. To buy wisely on a small margin salt, ono tablespoonful chopped red requires somo knowledge of food val- pepper or pimento, cup hot water, thrco ues, because It la necessary to havo tcaspoonfuls Worcestershire sauce nnd tho dally meals represent a glveu a lemon thinly sliced. Melt butter, add amount of protekl, fat, sugar and flour and salt and, when blended, pour g starch, mineral matter and water. on hot water. Cook thoroughly, until thickened. Then add chopTheso food constituents must be provided every day tt tho body Is to be ped pepper, Worcestershire sauce and, last, the sliced lemon. kept In normal condition. Sauce. AMOUNT FOOD MATERIAL THAT WILL Half cup stock, half cup cream, two FURNISH REQUIRED NOURISHMENT it lf one-quartsufll-denstir--rin- then In lodging people nnd Inst In rightly pleasing people with arts or science or any other suhject of thought." If Ituskln is right, and we know ho Is, then It behooves all thoso who aro Interested in homcmnklng and housekeeping to see to It that their duty Is well performed; that the results of their labor aro not only bringing good to people, but also making good people. This means Improving their physical conditions, training them to higher ideals and truer standards of living. Tho standard of Ufo will dctcrmlno tho character of the home, and when ever homes and family Ufo are not what civilization and Christianity teach they should be the causo will Invariably be found to bo wrong stand- Is Drst feeding people, IT dressingIn people, then In was Ituskln who said, "Sure good perlshnbto and becauso of tho cost ot transportation. They arc ono of tho most easily digested foods, eaten raw or when slightly cooked, and they contain considerable nutriment. Uut as a tlssuo building food or a meat substitute they aro not nearly as valuable as some other articles ot tho diet, A person would need to cat fourteen oysters to derlvo a quantity of protcld from them equal to that contained In one egg, and ono pound of beefsteak Is equal In tissue building material to 150 oysters, or about the number contained In thrco quarts. Thus It readily can bo seen that Individuals or families may bo well fed and never eat an oyster. In providing food on an economical basis tho lino must sometimes be drawn rather sharply between appetite and hunger. Trices (lifter In various localities, and It Is Imposslblo to suggest deflnlto menus that everywhere can bo provided for a certain sum of money. However, In the greater portion of this country a selection may bo mado from tho following list of food materials by persons living on from 15 to 25 cents a day: Beef, mutton, pork or any meat not over 20 cents per pound. Wheat bread, purchased or homemade. Duller for the table. Common cereals. Suet, lard tor cooking. Dairy cheese. Dried fruits. Cabbage, carrots and other vegetables In season. Cane or beet sugar. Fish. Bacon. Whole milk. "Our children cry for bread !" was a conspicuous motto on ono of tho banners bomo ono day through tho streets of Chicago by a procession of laboring men, another of whoso mottoes was: "Bread or blood!" Yet on tho samo day theso men paid for beer over 11,400! Enough to buy 28,000 loaves of bread sufficient to feed 30,. 000 children ono day. A. A. Hopkins, Ph. D. i. Steamer Without Oar. Is stated that tho steamer Washington Irving, now being built for passenger service on tho Hudson river, botween New York and Albany, and planned to havo a larger passenger-carryin- It g In the world, will have no bar. capacity than any other craft THAT THE BEST AND MANLIEST AND Tho Plate and tho Pin. MOST WORTH WHILE BOYS ARE THOSE WHO ARE UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF A COMPETENT WOMAN TEACHER. and stick each fork Into a cork, neat hanging tho .forks I beliovo that slio, better than most men, can bring out tho fino Its end. Then, by nbout tho edgo of the plato as shown natural traits; can mako her boys IIIGII FUNDED AOT) CLEAN In tho plcturo you can balance the iVUD STRONG. Sho doesn't weaken them, but sho does roGno plato on tho pin. nnd her iniluenco is exactly what thoy need most at tho critical them, When Roller Skates Came. wr formativo period. u . . Roller skating, which so many boys Tho games, tho work, tho companions, of tho averago boy aro so and glrla enjoy, Is of comparatively It Is said that wheel intensely and invariably masculino ho needs something to BRING mount orlxln. ed skates wero known as far back Sometimes liis GENTLER CHARACTERISTICS. as tho eighteenth century, but the OUT four wheeled skate, as wo know It to- mother effects this, but in tho largo cities tho teacher is thrust into tho day, was the Invention of a Now Yorker, who Introduced It In 1863. Rapid mother's placo on many occasions. Sho gives tho REAL SOFTENImprovement was mado In wheels and ING MOTHER INFLUENCE to many a growing boy. But sho haarliiKi. Tho rollers were first made turned, boxwood, but iheae were doesn't mako him effeminate "Tho bravest aro tho tondorest," you of torn so quickly that substitutes of a know; "tho loving aro tho daring." harder cimposltfon were Invented. Hard rubber or paper wheels sorved for soveral years, but Anally gavo way to Iron and steel, which, with ball bearings, have made the amusement very popular with the younger generaAll kinds tion. fresh and cured meats and lard. FOR ONE DAY FOR MAN AT AVERAGE WORK. I 02. milk nilEAD BEEP wmmmm ins PALACE MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY Fish, Oysters and Poultry in Season. All kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries. PROMPT DILIVKRY of The awful ruin of a soul sublime. Antoinette A. llawley. No Right to License. No nation has the right to license shams; No rlfht to make tt eaay to do wrongl No rlfht to unction by a paltry tine. the twinkling stars really are? Little Olga Oh, I guess they are good little night lamps that have died J. and sons to heaven. Nice Little Lamps. Little Eva I wonder what U. Coyle BulWJng, Mala B. ROBERTS, Prop. : is St. Phone 57, Pot Roast. Two pounds chuck beef. Sear all sides with hot fat. Put In kettlo and cover with boiling water. Add half DINNER POTATO small oulou, a cup diced carrots, two Roast Beet tablespoonfuls vinegar aud four cloves. SALT Potatoes MACKEREL Bread Butter Simmer four hours. Servo with ralslu sauce. Checso Tea TWO EGOS Emergency Sauce. Strain liquid in which pot roast was BUTTER m SUPPER cooked. To two cups add halt cup sifted peas and thicken with tableBoiled Rico spoonful Uour blended with two table8 RICE Eggs Scrambled spoonfuls melted butter. Bread Batter Stew Supreme. SUGAR IX Tea Thrco pounds veal, bait pound lean bacon, threo sliced carrots, six small 1 CHEESE onions, threo cloves, blado of mace, Total, 4.4 os. proteld, 3 ot fat and 14 ox. salt and pepper to taste, halt cup ot starch. tomato catchup and tablespoonful of Tho question uow Is, Which of tbeso Worcestershire sauce. Cut meat Into foods can bo provided for IS cents small pieces and brown In butter. Add a day for each person T Not thoso the vegetables and seasoning and pour out of season uor quickly perishable over enough boiling water to cover. nor those brought to tho consumer Let simmer for an hour oY until meat from a dlstaucc. Such foods are al- Is tender. Arrange meat on serving ways expensive and may not con- platter, rub sauce and vegetables tain any moro nutriment than foods through a sieve, add tho tomato and produced In home markets. For Worcestershire sauces, pour around tho In all lulaud localities oysters veal and serve with small piece of ire high priced because they are very toast, ' BREAKFAST Mackerel Creamed Potatoes Toast Octree tablespoonfuls Hour, teaspoonful salt, half teaspoonful pepper and capers. Add salt nnd pepper to flour. Dilute with cold wafer. Add to stock and stir. Add cream aud cook with capers. tablo-spoonf- oooooooooooooooooooooooooo i BEREA NIGHT AT PARISH HOUSE t night nt the lar-U- h audience testified NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A their appreciation of n Keren Night VARIETY OF SOURCES musical Inaugurated by Mr. Taylor. Tho appreciation was so marked oaooooooaoaoaoaoaoao oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaooa that It seems good to follow It up. So on Friday night yu nnd your KOR SALK: New six room cottage, Berea i. cost $S00. But hnvo to sell, so your neighbor are Invited to a Program nt tho Parish Houso from AS A MATTER OF BUSINESS prlco Is mine. Tnrlton Combs. 7:30 to S:30. Mrs. II. II. Golden and granddaughThe Beauty and Orderly Keeping of .Mrs. Calfeo nnd Mrs. Llvengood ter, Carrlo Prathcr, who visited m CtTV I'llONK 153 One'a Home Town Should Appeal readings or recitals; MusiLexington last week at the homo will have to Every Resident. Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. to cal numbers will bo given by Miss of Mr. Wllllo Golden, returned Margaret Todd, 'Miss Ambrose, Prof. Korea, Monday. "Tho cities of Europe," declares on Rlgby, Montgomery nnd others. Miss expert, "consider clvio benuty an abMr. L. L. Shadoin was in town this DAN H. DRECK Hilda Welch will recount Incidents solute asset In cash. Paris, for exam Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock week. 'f.nd observations of travel In tho plo, Invariably has an eye to tho beau, Ala., Gadsden, Miss Bess Hays of West nnd Northwest. Theso with tlful In whatever It doe. Paris would a two weeks visit with others will give a pleasurable even- never dnre to lose Its prestige as tho Is here Will sign your bond. homo folks. ing. This Is an nil Berea night. most beautiful city In tbo world. That RJchmond, Ky. Phone 505 Mrs. Frank Hays was In Richmond Como early, the hcuse will bo filled. would be bad business. "We ought to consider lUa ruinous liist week to seo her daughter, lira, business policy for ono of our cities N. T1MB TABU. U hllon Mitchell, who Is at the Gibson GOSPEL EXTENSION WORK not to protect Its benuty. Tako tho North Bound Local Infirmary recovering from a surgirailroad problem In our cities. At 10:66 p. m. cal operation. 7:00 a. m. Knoxvllle new present some railroads aro beginning Tho Superintendent of this :(2 p. m. 1:04 BEREA. to braco up and do splendid things, but Mr. Frank Maupln has returned, phase of work reports successful 7:46 a. m. 6:30 p. m. lifter a business trip In Ohio and Ind- meetings tho past week nt Orlando. for a long timo wherever wo had a South Bound Local In a city It was death and iana. Tho ieoplo received him with grvat railroad 1:16 p. m. desperation so far as beauty was con 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati two kindness and hospitality. The offipreached Secretary Morton 12:34 p. m. 12:32 a. m. cerned. BEREi Interesting and Instructive ser- cers very kindly opened tho missi- . "We ought to do the sarao In other CM a. m. very 6:66 p. m. Knoxvllle church onary Baptist church on the top of things. Hero ench fellow has go no Berea Baptist mons at the KxpreM Tralna last Sunday, one in tho forenoon the the mountain. Largo audlenes were ahead for himself, without regard to top to Uke on and let oft paaaen-ger- e In the evening. tho rule, a dozen or more professed others. A city ought to bo a unity. beyond Daton, O., or from other from to Prof. Miles E. 'Marsh left for Flat conversion. Tho people enjoyed veiy Each cltltzen should bo allowed as do Atlanta and beyond. ha what ho pleases only In so far Woods, Clay County, Tuesday, whero much the pictures that were shown. Booth Dound whole. The Extension group will hold does not hurt tho city as a should As he will spend tho remainder of the 1:00 a. m. bo soon as ha does that ho Cincinnati vacation In fishing. Ho was accom meetings at Moore's Creek, beginning stopped." 11:41 a. m. BBRBa tho 21st or 22nd and will remain panied by his son, Wilson, In conclusion ho said: North Bound "No one man Is competent to plan a in there over Sunday. From Aug. 27th Mrs. M. E. Marsh Is visiting 4:46 p. m. BBREA to Sept. 1st .they expect to bo Ht city. Such a task needs a combinaCincinnati, Ohio, for several days. 6:37 p. m. Clnolnnatl Burning Springs. tion of men. Tho problems of city Mr. John C. Marlatt left on the We aro sure the friends nt these planning today are not L'Enfant's nor train, Wednesday, for Cin places will enjoy and appreciate hnv-In- g Sir Christopher Wren's. What wo now 50,000 early Quick deliver WANTED: some cinnati, whoro ho will spend Bro. Knight nnd his workers havo to faco Is far moro complicated. CxSxS feet whlto oak cross ties. For buying supplies for tho Co "City planning should be undertaken among them. Berea, Ky. few days prices, write 11. C. Woolf, ' by architects, landscapes, traffic ex- operative Store. left, SaturMiss Bertha Robinson perts, and tho various types of engl. Miss Ora Flanery of Kingston was REVIVAL SERVICES I seers working together. All theso men, day, for a month's visit with relatives Berea visitor on Tuesday of this In Burning Springs. Rev. Keltch Is now conducting a before making plans for the rebuilding week. give special study to Tlio "Misses Etta Moore, Amelia series of revival meetings at the ' of cities, should difficulties of clvio lnv A pie supper will be given by the McWhorter, Mary Tatum, Amy Todd, meetings hate , tbo various Glades church. The Junior Phllathea Class of the Bera Ktta Gay, Bettlo Lewis and Bertha Baptist church on tho church lawn Broughton made an auto trip to LexSaturday, Aug. 21th, from 5 to ington, Saturday, to attend the fair. next S p. m. and The Misses Nettle Scrivner vlslt;d Miss Grace Lee Cornelius Blanche Wilson are spending a few relatives In Richmond, Sunday. days with friends In Irvine. Mr. Dock O. Gilbert left Saturdiy Miss Ruth Blcknell returned from of last week for a three weeks' vis- Island City, Thursday. It at Fountain City, Tenn. Mrs. Pearl Frlsble of Galllpolls, bon Mr. Dean Slagle who has Ohio, was In Berea last week and was Virginia and accompanied by her mother, Mrs. spending the summer In West Virginia, returned to Bera Jennie Baker. last Sunday. Juan-It- a The Misses Lou Phillips nnd Mr. J. E. Strong who has been emweek Garrlot are spending the ployed In the Berea College PrintMiss Phillips' home-a- t Wlldle. at ing Department this summer, left Mrs. Taylor and children of Center Saturday to accept a position at are visiting In Richmond, this Street Va. Last Wednesday Houso a full LOCAL PAGE I All Com and Bring Your Neighbor STOC K MEDICINES DR. BEST, DENTIST We carry the following brandi: Btack Draught, Kentucky Horseman's Condition Powders, Liniments, Healing Lotion, Colic Relief and Distemper Remedy. PRATT'S Animal Regulator and Poulty Regulator. BOURBON Stock Tonic, Hog Cholery Remedy, Poultry Cure, Insecticide, and Hrr producer. PEOPLE'S Stock Remedy and Poultry Remedy COX'S Barbed Wire Liniment, KENDALL'S Spavin Cure and others. C. E. PORTER, Ph. G. Phone 10 DATE County Beroa. Ky. PALMS IN CALIFORNIA Supervisors Are Planting Them Along Roads and the Work la Applauded. fr Tho boord of supervisors of Los Angeles county have authorized tho county forestry commission to purchase 600 dato palms at a cost of a dollar apiece to he planted along tho 8an Kernnndo road. Thcro Is a great deal of work of thla kind to bo dono In southern California. It was naturally a treeless action until tho horticulturist came. In nnd adorned It with millions o! fruit trees. The highways aro still neglected to n large extent, a thing that should bo remedied with all possible dispatch. Every tine of country road should havo Its ornamental trees, and tho main thoroughfares should be parked with gross plots and parterres of flowers well cared for. Wo must not forget that this Is tho playground of the continent, and that tourists seeking enjoyment desire to have tho senso of sight delighted nbovo Oil thlngsIx)s Angeles Times. revenue-producin- ( I I . i LONO aa you think that tomrona eb will do what you nralrcl-- ra Ions as you rail against mis- ruts, yet fait to defend your rtrlc rights -- no long aa ynti twlleve that your e In not nredtil. and that without you trier will be a majority miMelrnt to pre vail for tho many, thn few shall continue to dnwc us Into the chasm. Herbert Kaufman. V Wo Influ-rnr- SUMMER VEGETABLES. ' I I p,.,, , Buggies WELCH'S to bo laty under arching branches Is tho nicest sort of laxlness. When you loaf in tho shaded streets of towns like Lawrence and Manhattan you Invito your soul. The "good, pray poet" would have liked those Kansas towns. Heit City With Electricity. to electrically heat the dwelling and business houses of Norway, and tho board of directors of the electric light plant at that place has oaked permission from tho city council to make contracts up to a consumption of 100 houso power. It has been suggested that the price for the current thus used shall bo $6.75 per horse power (744 watts) per year. It Is also plannod to heat the government and city buildings Id that manner. The population of Btavan ger is 88,000, and tho city boa water power facilities to furntih 25,000 horse power for electrical purposes. Never Need of Ugllnete. No town Is so small that It need bo ugly. A llttlo railroad "whUtllng post" could bo attractive with trees. Somo time tho railroad of tho west will send out their "arbor specials" ns thoy send their good roods trains. Thero Is little excuse for tho habitations of men along the track to bo usually the single unlovely thing In the Kansas railroad Journey. Have you notloed that where flno trees form a parl( In the air the people below hare holiday mannersT Tho people under the trees seem to bo enjoying life. Tby oro not satisfied with slovenliness. Tho accompaniment of nice lawns and pretty, well kept houses and clean streets Is a tribute to the example of the trees. Even I or asparagus Is to prcporo them with a rich whlto souoo, then hollow out' rolls, butter well lnsldo and brown, then fill tho centers with tho creamed ' vegetable, ' , Fur thoso who enjoy a vegetahlo garden of their own, no plant will giro more satisfaction than SwIsr Chard. It Is good tho Benson through, during tho growing season. Cook It In boiling! water ns nny vegctoblo Is cooked, then dress It with butter, vinegar and sliced hard cooked eggs as spinach Is terved, or It may bo served cold aa a salnd. It will grow up again and again new tender leaves, so that It la an, easy vcgctablo to caro for. Lotluco that has becomo too old and tough for eating fresh may bo cooked and served as ono Hoea spinach. It makes a pleasant variety for1 tho dally menu. Lettuco soup la another method of using tho old tough leaves. This Is mado as ono docs any cream soup. Tho color of .peas nnd asparagus as well os spinach and nny of tbo greena Is a brighter green If tho kcttlo In which tho vegetablo Is cooked la left' uncovered during tho cooking. A pretty way of serving new pea' ond sonro hot. week. Mr. String beans aro most palatable opens In September. cooked for an hour or moro with & C, Hlgglns of Lexington, Ky., sllco of salt pork. Season with pep-- 1 arrived on the midnight train, Monper and salt. If needed add a llttlo day. He will be employed by the vinegar, nnd servo hot Printing Department for some time. Celery Is nlco stowed. Cook until tender, then servo with a white sauoe Mr. W. B. Harris recently sold his on toast. residence, which was advertised In Friday. Tho Citizen, to a Mr. Jones of Sheiby-lll- e, Ky. Mrs. Stowe and two sons spent Hypocrisy of Cities. Sunday at Paint Lick Mr. D. M. Gott after visiting with Tho hypocrisy of cltlos lies ln tho Sir. and Mrs. U. B. Burgess of Paiat relatives for two weeks In Fayette foot that their front yards aro clean tucky, offer for salo (1200) two hunCounty, returned to Berea, Saturday. Lick were visitors In town, Sunday. and their back yards aro dirty. Tho C Rich, Mr. Harold VanWlnkle was in front yards are spread over with emor- - dred dollars In Bonds nt per cent Mr. Jas. Durham of Sand Gap, is old grass shoved smooth by a lawn against said district- - Money Is wnnt-e- d mond, Saturday. visiting In Berea, this week. at onco any perwm desiring to luuwcr, uuu nre uueii auriicuvo wnu Dr. Botkin was a business visitor Mr. Boss Robinson left, Monday, flowers, rich markets for tho bout. Tho purchase said Bonds, wrRo tho underto Louisville last week. Tor a visit with relatives in Lexingbeen in progress more than a week ion Friday, August 23rd, 1912 In tho bock yards aro slatternly with ash signed. Mr. Ell Cornellson attended tua ton. and will continue at least this wee, law offlco of T. J. Coylo In Berea, hoaps and rofuso and many of them J. W. Smith, Chairman. 'Mr. and Mrs. Wilson of Boone St. Blue Grass fair at Lexington fl'e Rev. Combs assisted In the meetings jKy., sit to hear proof and receive are never cleaned up. The front yards F. F. McCollum, Secretary. have returned from visiting friends days last week. from Friday until Monday. Many hae. claims against R. J. Englo nnd Son with their pleasant grass and their In Parksvllle and Danville. Mrs. W. B. McKlnney and daughter ,naJe tho gooi coufei3ion and having daffodils darfodllllng nnd tholr crothe of Iiorea, Ky. All persous FOR SALE Rev. D. G, Combs of Morehead, Ky., and Mlsa Annetta Wearen of Stan i, ,,,,snliv ervnl. Preach- - rl.ilma nralnst them will on or lie- - cuses croaking, aro a pretenso. Thoy nrrived. Saturday to help in the re- - ford after visiting with Dr. Craig j ,ng at 10 a. ln. and 7:30 p. m. Come, foro said dato produce them to mo pretend that tho wholo premises aro fJJO buys a largo lot nud four equally clean. Vancouver Sun. ...... imuUtl. hi puu liiiiiny lor several uuys reiuru room cottage and outbuildings on Kid. either In jargon or by mall, properSir. Sam Isaacs and family of al- - 'Clj home, Wednesday. ly verified as required by law or er St., Korea, Ky. (300 down nnd DEATH K. j Mr. C. I. Ogg and son, Aden, left over with J. . ley View stopped BONDS FOR SALE by camo will bo barred. $2.10 In one year. If purchased Baker and family for a short time for Union, Ky., Wednesday, whore bo AH persons owing R. J. Englo and Mr. George Goodrich who was Sept. 15th, I will give a 30 bedroom underblgued Hoard of TrusWo tho last week on their way homo from they spend a week, seriously Injured about three weeks Son, or W. C. Engle will please como cult to purchaser. Write to J. I). a visit with relatives ln Jackson Co. mub Vola Blcknell most dellcht. nfT w fnlllmQ fmm n liav wacnll tl it'll forward and settle nnd If not settled tees of tho Island City Graded school C reech. Kl Cajni, California. . J n 1 Tl..nt ...I.. 1. " tuny entertained a number or menus " hosptal last Friday afternoon, within 30 days, samo will bo sued. attending the Summer School at tho jto a dlnner at her homo on Center at tne j,unera, B(!rv,c(,8 wew conducted at This July 2Cth, 1912. Columbia University for the put tlx ,st., last Wednesday evening at 8 tho Daptlst churcb Saturday after-weeJ. J. Brannaman, Assignee returned to Berea at the flrsv After the dinner, tho remain. noon b Itey jirookshire and inter- I... or tno week. part of the evening was spent n.ent followed in Berea cemetery. Iiir FOR SALE .Mrs. uarry I'ratner has been quite games of various kinds. The.-- e Mrs. Goodrich and six children ha'o III for tho past few days. were about a dozen present and all the deep sympathy of the commuulty. Farm ln Garrard County, containMr. Charles Anderson left last seemed to enjoy themselves lm- ing SC 2 acri-- good land, good orchThursday for a short visit wjth his niensely. ard, cottagu house, good small barn, CREDITORS TAKE NOTICE parents in nocucastio county. ) i..rof. Calfee Is attondlng tho Teach- drilled well, about threo miles from Sirs. Carl Hunt who has been spend., Pr8. instltuto in Montgomery County As assignee of It. J, Englo and Son, Berea. I'rico $55 per acre. ing tho summer on Burdette Mountain, this week-D. N. Welch, Postmaster. )W. C. Englo, being tho son, I will with her father and mother returnMr. and Mrs. V. O. Steenrod are beed homo last week. ing visited this wook by Miss Nello FOR SALE OR RENT Arnold of Day ten, Ohio. on 7 room houso One Tho llttlo son of Clint Scott who nest Bldo of Booue St., Berea, Ky. lives on Boone Street died last Sat urday nnd was burled In the Berea THURSDAY. SF.PTEMRF.R 5. 1912 Piano furnished nud ono room rtsorv-cBest location ln town. Well and AT 2 O'CLOCK, P. M. Kent all necessary outbuildings. death was dlphthorta. 1 will sell my Farm at Public Sale $10 por month, or salo price $2,500 If NEW RURAL ROUTE located in Garrard County (our and sold within 30 days. See N. J. Coylo one - hall rniksfrom I.ancasteronbugar or write Ell Baker, Harlan, Ky. ZTZ On Sept. U Postmaster Welch will n give a Rural Carrier Examination at j improvements consist of two story REGISTERED HOGS FOR SALE the Post Office, uerca hy A new ,frame dwe,. , ,n I To-w- u to has been gotten by the persls- - bacCQ MRS. EARLY ft and other m. bam Registered Duroc Jersey pigs for sale. Good ones. Prices reasonable. , an examination Is necessary before. This i"- - very productive Farm all Writo or call at farm. the appointment of tho carrier. Tho in grass but 40 acres, fine for Wheat, J. F. Adams, lOute will bo R. F. D. No. 2 running Tobacco, Corn, Uluegrais and Clover. NIcholasvllle.Ky. R. D. No. 1 to Harts, Sliver Creek, Blue Lick, TERMS Easy and will be Made Pilot Knob church, Muddy Creek, Known on Day of Sale. Beet Drugs Needed. 'Moto and back by Silver Creek church. Be sura that all drugs and chemicals For further information write me. Quality Store" used ln killing flies aro fresh and pure; N. H. BOCIE, 376 S. Upr St. Umil- -. Kr. hi. v AMuMHvawM hmuuiu evv .mm0Hnn .h..i results may not be a,uw otherwise j I. M. Dunn, Auct., l)anvllle,Ky. t postmaster at once. school Mr. Demsle Pauley Is visiting friends here. Mls3 Margaret Todd spent Saturday night in Asbury. "Miss Stella Griffith returned Saturday from Brodhead, where she had Leen attending the fair. Orn Miss Ella Adams and Mr. Adams attended the Brodhead fair, Mr. Jas. Wynn left last Saturday for his home In Lee County, Virginia, where he will visit his parents until ' J. The best thing on earth is all you can expect, and that's what you get when you buy your BUGGY at It Is planned Star-ange- r, pepper. Young beets will cook In an hour or less. Remove the skins after dropping tbetn Into cold water, then return to tho fire and chop, season with butter, pepper and salt and a fow drops of vinegar. Ollvo oil may bo used In place of butter to advantage Spanish Deans. Take a half cap of sliced onions, stewed until tender, ono cup of stowed beans, ono cup of stewod tomatoes, noil until thick enough to serve on a dinner plate. Season with butter, salt and cayenne "Save the Difference" I ' I i utBr., j Tl-- n-- "" 1 ... . .. .... , ks STILL GOING at Reduced Prices All summer suits, oxfords of all kinds' wash skirts, white shoes and pumps in all sizes will go at greatly reduced prices until the entire lot is closed out. Straw hats at half price. s PUBLIC SALE d. J THE RACKET STORE ,.;!. ,..: j ... HAYES '"e BEREA, CS, GOTT KENT.UCKY AUKUSt 22, IQI2. FROM THE CITIZEN schools In tho country with enrollment of COO summer Lako Host, Oshkosh, Wis. also a flno system of public prof, nnd Mrs. Dlnsmoro nnd my- and manual training schools. Vory cordially yours, self nro located for tho summer near Thos. J. Terry. Oshkosh, tho County scat of Wlnnc-bng-o County, n city of about 35,000 Inhabitants. It Is beautifully situat FAMILY REUNION ed on Lako Winnebago, almost 100 miles north of Milwaukee. Tho nnnual Reunion of tho John-uo- n Tho city has beautiful summer refamily was held last Thursday, sorts nnd parks located on its outskirts, reached by electric cars. A Aug. lGth, at tho Ills Spring near n.nnv nnnnin s no ml their vaca . tho Johnson Bhop, and was attended . ftlVUfc llltlJ -' tlon In theso places. Tho tempera- by moro than 150 people, Bcltlom gono abovo 75 degwas taken up by Tho forenoon turo has rees. Tho flno cool breezes from off tho older ones In pleasant conversatho Lako mako this a very pleasant tions of days gone by, whllo the young iieopld amused themselves In placo to spend tho summer. Is a delightful different kinds of games. At 12:00 Lako Winnebago sheet of water, 35 miles long and 15 o'clock a bountiful dinner was spread. very After tho dinner had been served miles wldo. Its surfaco gets rough at times, warning us that men and all filled, Hon. W. It. Shackle-for- d of Itlchmond gavo a very Inwith smalt boats must keep near tho shore. Tho water Is plenty warm and teresting talk on "The Interest peo-pl- o very pleasant for our dally plunge, should tako In upbuilding their l'ho fishing Is good especially pick- Community, County, State and Naby erel, plko and black bass. tion." After an enjoyable day llko all, tho crowd dispersed at 4 p. ni. ; I find that tho pcoplo hero notoriety as well as tho Kentucklans. feeling closer related than ever beThey boast of their fast automobiles fore A similar reunion takes place next and motor boats. But of course, they cannot como up to tho pace set by (year at tho samo tlmo and place. Everybody Is cordllaly Invited. Kentucky's fast horses.. To glvo you nn idea of tho Industries, Oshkosh boasts of having tho FAREWELL SOCIAL largest sasli and door factory In tho Continued from Pint race world. They lead tho world In tho manufacture of gras3 carpets and After tho refreshments, rugs, with nn annual output of moro lanterns. than threo mllllono of squnre yards. Mr. Ilurgess In a very fitting tributo to tho Dlzney family, presented a Tho Diamond 'Match factory Is locatIs ono of tho largest In $10 gold pleco to Mrs. Dlzney, as a ed hero and In behalf tho world. They havo largo furnl-tur- o token of remembrance establishments. Tho Olant Grip of their many friends In Berea. Doth Prof, and Mrs. Dlzney wero Horso Shoo Co., located hero, mak's most of tho horss shoes used In tho greatly affected by tho unexpected country. Taking all theso establish- demonstration of their friends, and each exprc33ed their thanks In few ments' Into consideration without tho 130 saloons, or ono saloon but strikingly imprcsslvo remarks. for every 270 of tho population, you Among other things they said that may Infer that this la nn active city. they could never expect staunchcr, Tlio eoplo hero nro nice, kind, and truer friends, than thoso they wero very hospitable. havo liccn picked to leave behind in Berea, and each up several times, walking to town extended a hearty welcome to all from our summer cottage, or coming Uereans to visit them In their new home. back and taken for n rldo m nn autoBefore parting, the company sang mobile by a stranger.Thls Is by no means tho custom In all parts of tho ono stanza of "auld Lang Syne," acthe companied by the strains of pOuntrv. Near ,Cho cottage whero I camp piano from tho parlor. Then a liveg ensued as the crowd at Lako Rest, Is a largo tent con- ly taining n which can dispersed for tho evening. mil on water or fly In tho nlr at tho rato of abot 75 miles per hour. Polls Election Day It Is very intereotlng and I hao Wanted at the witnessed sovcral exhibitions of this "Men whom tho lust of offlco does new mode of travel. not spoil; Kentucky, In my estimation, Bur-- I Men whom tho spoils of offlco canasses Wisconsin in somo things, not buy. but when tho school systems of tho a Men who possess opinions and two states nro compared, I am suro will; . wo would fall far short of their stanMen who aro honest; men who will dard. Oshkosh has ono of tho best not lie." OSHKOSH Normal Pane Five ' an MOST PROFITABLE The Denial of Christ's Resurrection and Its Results By Rev. William Evan, D. Dirack HOG FOR MARKET In an address beforo the recent Berkshire congress Professor J, J. Ferguson of Chicago said, In part: We haro In this country a grant variety of natural conditions resulting in a wldo ran go of crop production. This leads to a marked dlCferenco In the character and quality of hogs produced In different sections; consequently we can readily divide our hog producing territory Into well defined areas, each producing a characteristic type of market hog. Tho corn belt states of tho mlddlo west havo given us lard hogs. Now York and Now England states have produced a medium typo between lard and bacon hogs, while K7 a . . HUB 2'v D DiUa Gmm o( Moody DibU lutinita, Qacato TEXT- -l Cor. 1J;IMI. if Chrlit be not risen, then Is our prenchlna; vnln, and your faith la alio vain. Ten, and we are found falsa witnesses of Ood: tiecauss we have testified of Otxl that he raised up Christ; whom he raised not up, If so bo that the dead rise not. For If the dead rise not, then Is not Christ raised: And If Christ be not raised, your faith la vain; ye are yet In your sins." ' , Thin linndfloino up to date seven room house on lloono Street, brand now, hardwood finished, good ham, small nrdmi, duo water, $2500 cash will buy this if Hold October first. I nlso li.ivo other property iti Heron, at from $050 to $1500. Why not coma to Berea, educate your children and live in peace. FOR SALE: In the last address on this subject wo saw that the denial of Christ's res urrection made our bo-fo- re W. B. HARRIS, Berea, Ky. THE MUD NUISANCE ON MACADAM ROADS. deuso'nnd niDncry this emulsifying Is delnycd, but only delayed. When tho mnt grows older and so much dirt nnd litter havo beon ground Into It that tho proportion of bitumen Is lowered, then Its cnrllcr water shedding qualities aro lost and Its surfneo is slimy, slippery and nasty after every shower. Several remedies nro conceivable, but practical objections nrlso to all of them. For Instance, before applying the binder great cure must bo paid to removing the last trace of duo dust and litter and In throwing on grnvel, small stono or screenings as n tiller. Tho finest dust Is to bo discarded. Moreover, this tiller must bo of a material not enslly reduced to an ImpalEvery pable powder under trnlllc. means must bo taken to prevent tho cnrrlago of dirt nnd litter on to the' tratllc mnt, as by providing frequentunly cleaned approaches. The avoidable accumulations of dirt and Utter must bo removed before each storm. More oil should perhaps be ndded from thno to time during tho senson to keep tho bitumen pcrcentago high and tho water shedding qualities of tho mnt unimpaired. The exponso Involved In theso measures Is obvious. 80 Imprnctlcal. therefore, seem nil the present expedients for provontlng this grensy mud thnt tho troublo seems like n necessary wet weather evil of oiled macadam. OF OILED A Question preaching vain, our faith vain, and left us still In our sins. We now pro- I ceed to set forth some further results of such denial. IV. If Christ be not risen from the dead then we are found false witness- LLIiB. -- t' aiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaaaiiiiiiw I 1 That li Ptrplsxlng Road Engineers. With tho coming of nummor municipal engineers Imrc brought nga'ln boforo tlicm tlio perplexing question which tins been giving many of them gray hairs for several seasons past: What shall wo do this senson to copo with tho dust nulsaiica on macadamized men-tlonln- g streets 7 I'robnbly tho most generally adopted plan has been tho sprinkling of tho macatlnm with somo nsphnltlc oil. It has been demonstrated that where bono drawn trnlllc docs not predominate such sprinkling Is n success In preventing disintegration ami undue wear by building up n rubbery trnlllc mat on top of tho stono. Hut In escaping from tho chorus of complaints of tho dust nulsanco tho engineer ran foul of n new set of protests from indignant citizens who find carrlago varnish, clothing and floor coverings ruined by tho black, greasy mud which covers thcito roads after ercry hnrd rain. Tho causo of this nulsanco has been variously explained, but tho condition has seldom been remedied. It has uow been shown that nsphaltlc oils nnd water will form an emulsion whenever colloidal matter llko clay Is ndded. This Is what happens to tho nsplmlt bound traffic mat under tho soaking of rain and tho Unending of traffic. Considerable Ion and Utter nro carried cit to tho road In tho con mo of ordinary trnlllc. nnd tho rain nnd wheels complete tho process. After tho rain hns ceased the emulsion gradually dries out. and tho trnlllc mnt eventually as effective as before, but It Is again converted to mud by tho next heavy storm. When tho mat contains n largo proportion of bitumen. nnd Is 111 es 1 I I I hand-shakin- Hydro-aeroplan- I INTEREST TO BEREANS AND OTHERS That tho recent primary election did not run along Just the track that wns laid for It Is evidenced by tho following item taken from the LouU-Ivlil- o Herald of Aug. 19th. It will In- tercst very many beoldo the parties mined. What action If any will ha 'taken In tho premises, Tho Citizen j lias no way of knowing. It is a question whether congratulations or dolences aro in order. cn-- . J I. G. O. P. NOMINNEE FOR CON GRESS IS T. R. MAN Followers In Eighth District Taft Make Discovery after It Is too Late Stanford, Ky., Aug. IS. Tlio Thft forces In tho Eighth Congressional tho District have awakened after recent primary to find themselves In a bad fix, so far as their candidate for Congress la concerned. Prof. J. W. Dlnsmoro, of Herea CoIleg, was tho only aspirant for tho empty Helm, nomination against Harvey votes nixl got nil tho Hepubllrau that were cast In the district. Very llttlo Information had cn.,it out of tho college town previous to tho prlmray as to tlio attitude cr Dlnsmoro 011 nntlonnl affairs, and hols practically unknown over tho district, Slnco thon Information has boj lecelved here, that ho Is nn out and (tit Hull 'Moosor, and Is strongly opposed to tho of President Tnft. Nation Protects Its Citizens Abroad Better Than Our Own No Native Born or Naturalized, All Have the Backing of This Great Country By OSCAR S. STRAUS, Diplomat nnd Statesman "T I I I WHAT THIS FAltUEUH Of NOItTIICRN NEW JglUJKY AOCOUl'UBUKU UV UMl'MUT10N. What action tho Taft ItopublIcaii3 will tako to keep from voting for Dull Mooser for Congress Is causing considerable Interest in tho Eighth hnvlng been District. Dincmorc, foriunlly nominated as tho Republican candidate In this district, will ' under the law, go on tho ballot under tho jog cabin, and thero Is no way for tho Taft people to get him off. 11 I YET NO NATION HAS STOOD MORE FIRMLY UPON AND THE PROTECTION OF ITS THE RIQHT OF EXPATRIATION CITIZEN8, NATIVE BORN OR NATURALIZED, IN FOREIGN LANDS THAN OUR OWN. ' 1 O nation hns from its foundation on frequent occasions tnton a moro positivo stand upon tho principlo of nouintorvontion than tho United Statos. 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE jknront landing a ikalrh and dMrrlntlnn nn qulrklr aacorulii rur opinion frae wbacaer All llifanlloii ! rohblr nuomalila. tunimuiilf. tloua mrlclif nxiiMMitUl. HANDBOOK on I'atruu ut free. OMmI agencr fvr Bucuriujr wUuli. I'Manti taitu tlirouah Itunn X Cu.rocelfe ultlioutcliarie, lutue A Manna COPYRIGHTS AC TrtADC DraiaNB ctllallon or anr eUi'tlDO Iturnal, scientific American.lr. handiomdr lllntrtd waaalr. Iraat II a 1'arait. RUNpCorewYoik Which protection has again and again boon oxorciaed on bohalf of natutalizod citizens, who on thoir roturn to tho country of origin havo been SUBJECTED TO PAINS AND PENALTIES imposed chiofly becauso thoy had emigrated and becomo nrturalizcd in THE POTATO CANKER. tho country of thoir adoption without first obtaining tlu consent of Tho potato conker, a fungous dlscneo thnt Is nklu to tlio potato scab dlsoaso, their country of origin. which has been known In Hngland In 1850 Mr. Cass, tho eccrotnry of stato, in his instruction to our luco 1001, hns inndo its appearance In minister to Prussia, said: "Tho inoraont a forcignor bocomos natNewfoundland, nnd It seems reasonably certain that, oxcept for most rigid uralized his nllegianco to his nativo country becomes sovorod forovor. precaution", this worst of potato pests, birth. Should ho roturn to his nativo will shortly gain a foothold In tho Ho oxporicnecs a now political Uulted Stat os. Tho canker causes tho country ho returns as an American citizon and in no othor charactor." potatoes It Infects to become a mass This Amorican doctrino of expatriation, coupled with our LIBof wnrts, losing Iwth their shnpo nnd undor which wo frooly seed or cntlng pur- ERAL LAWS OF NATURALIZATION, valuo for oltlier poses. A characteristic thnt makes It received tho emigrants from othor countries, incorporated them into most dllllcult to combat Is that tho our body politio and endowed thorn with tho rights of citizenship, natspores of tho canker, once Introduced Into a field, will remain thero for years urally had tho effect of moro directly AROUSING OUR nnd not disappear under crop rotation, INTEREST FOR TILE OPPRESSED. is Is true of tho potato scab. SY1LPA-THETIO produced the highest grade of export bacon. A swine breeder aiming for best results should carefully study conditions of soil, climate and crop production In his territory and select tho breed or class of bogs which has been known to thrive under similar conditions In other territory. It would'be a mistake to endeavor to produce high grade lard hogs In Minnesota and North Dakota; likewise It would be Impossible to maintain a high standard In production of hogs for export bacon in Illinois nnd Iowa. While wo cannot see any advantag In further multiplication of breeds, we believe thero Is a permanent placo for each of our recognized breed. There is, however, a class of hogs Which, while profitable for tho feeder to produce. Is also a desirable hog In the packing house and In the store of the retail dealer. A good barrow should be smooth and well finished, possessing a symmetrical outline, with well balanced development In all parts. He should stand squarely on sound limbs, showing dense, firm bone, strong enough to carry him to a desirable finish weight without breaking down. The head and neck should be of medium weight, tbo shoulders aud bams smooth and laid evenly with the sides, shoulders free from shield nnd hams firm and compact There should bo no surplus fat behind the shoulders, over tbo loins, around the tnll bend or along the bottom Hues. While the most desirable weight changes from time to time, deson. on the demand for lard and V. If Christ be not risen from the pending a good packer bog should dead then we have no God who Is provisions, weigh bvtwecu 223 and 275 pounds, worthy of our trust. with nn average of 230 pounds. Dur-ln- g To nttrlbute to a person a good or ths past ten years thero has been glorious act, which It Is well known n fairly steady decline In tbo nverago that ho never performed, Is to causo weight of bogs received at western that person to bo suspected of hav- -' markets. lng prompted tho falso assertion. So Tbo Ideal market bog comes from tho testimony of tho apostle would no particular breed, nor Is be tho relend men to think that God had In sult of any particular system of gradspired men to tell lies about him. ing or crossbreeding, but It Is true Many think that they can still havo that somo breed show n high perceut-ng- o faith In God, that they still have left of desirable market grndes. While a God whom they can trust and In tho number of market hogs showing whom they can repose their faltb, Berkshire blood U relatively smnll nt even though they do not accept tho western markets, tho quality of Berkresurrection of Jesus Christ. Tho shire grades nnd" crosses Is unusually apostlo says plainly. This Is not so; If high. They bnve long been recognized wo havo no risen Christ, neither havo ns profitable killers, cutting out good wo a God in whom wo can trust. Noto hams, tidy shoulders, extra good backs tho sorlous point here. "Pnul preach- nnd loins with a high proportion of ed God, ho commended God, and tho side nnd belly cuts. In fuct, mntiy u Justice of God as shown In raising his grades nrc almost Ideal hogs for holy son from the dead. But If Jesus bacon production. Tbo demand both Christ Is not risen from tho dead, from foreign nnd domestic markets Is then wo havo no such God. If ono llko for lighter, leaner meats finished at Jesus Christ Is still loft dead, It one earlier ages. be so good as Jesus was nnd still bo deprived of life, what kind of a God . Resting Dairy Cows. havo wot We have no God In whom Tho dairy cow deserves a rest of we can trust; It Is no use trying to bo good. Tho end Is a skull and a few four to six weeks between lactation ashes. 'We have testified of God,' periods. In proportion to her ability says Paul, 'wo have Justified God, but as a milk producer, however, tbo pewo are found falso witnesses of him riod of rest she takes will be reduced. It Jesus Christ did not rlso from tho If a cow persists In giving milk from dead. Have you considered what that ono calving to another you can afford point meansT Tho modern man etten to take no risk of Injury to tho udder assumos that ho Is already in posses- by forcing her dry. It Is well in the sion of a God with a rellablo charac- caso of such cow to withdraw tho libter, whatever you make of Jesus eral ration for a few weeks bofore Christ. Out there is something in tho calving, tho Idea being not to stimucareer and In the Issuo of T tho career late tho milk tlow. of Jesus Christ that makes a good Grain For Lambs, God In this tragic world Incredible unLambs will begin to cat ground feed less Christ be risen from the dead. Jesus went through tho worst suffer- when only a fow weeks old. But they ings that any man evor suffered. He will not get any unless you tako them sounded the depths of tho world's out of tho yard whero tho sheep are. iragody. Now If be has been raised nave a small pen at ono sldo, with a from the dead we may believe In little creep bole for thorn to crawl God; but if thero be no resurrection through, and feed them there regularof the spotless Christ, then God la ly. Tbey will soon como to expect either dead or mad. We have no rea their ration, and bow It will make sonable God left." them growl over-wrougover-wrougI Berk-ehlr- ments regarding moral charactor and conduct, and conveys tho Idea of discovering and detecting forgery and falsity. In using this word, the apostlo would say that In proclaiming to the Corinthians the doctrine of the resurrection of Christ, he and the other apostles had been guilty of perpetrating fraud upon them. If Christ be not risen, then the apostles are false witnesses; not witnesses deluded, mistaken, deceived, tho victims of an hallucination, which was the result of an brain and Imagination, but false witnesses. Deluded! say the apostle, we cannot be; victims of an Imagination, Innocent but deceived enthusiasts all this lm Impossible, we aro down-righ- t deceivers; wo have willingly, knowingly perpetrated a fraud upon the church In claiming that Christ rose from the dead; wo are down-righ- t deceivers. The strange thing about the apostle's statement Is that the Idea of delusion or hallucination Is wholly nbsent from his argument It does not seem to have occurred to him to mention It. Even the possibility of It is too remote to be spoken of. , To the apostle, tho resurrection of Christ is a truth or a falsehood, a reality of a fraud, a thing of sincerity or of deceit, a fact or a mistake. There is no loophole of escape the resurrection Is either a fact or a falsehood, a reality or a sham, and such persons as the apostles wero guilty of perpetrating It. Paul feels that the stigma of falsehood has been put upon him. He feels .that he has been stung by an Insult. Somebody has not believed him has made him out to be a liar. His testimony In effect is this: I have seen j the risen Christ; I have talked with him; I havo received ray commission from him. To challenge my statement Is to challenge my character, my veracity, my understanding, my rea- "found" means bo detected or dis covered in tho prepetratlon of a fraud. It Is a word used for Judg- Tho word to es. Until a. fair years ago Hampshire, or thin rind, hogs were not well known In the corn belt They came from tho hills of Kentucky. 'When Introduced Into the corn belt they at once sprang into popularity. They are very proline, raising; large, even litters of strong, healthy pigs. The sows are uniformly good, quiet mothers, raising a very large per centage of their pigs. At a very early age the pigs begin to rustle for themselves and, therefore, begin to grow rapidly. Because of their rustling qualities they are good grass hogs. They have strong digestive systems and can make the most rapid gains from feed consumed. Their meat Is of excellent quality and flavor. They dress a very largo percentage, and this makes them very popular with tho packer. They are peculiarly marked. The sow shown Is owned by O. W. Kinney of Kentucky. tho grain country of tho northwest Page Six. THE CITIZEN. today, and God savo them from com-lngl AuRUSt 22, 1912. fl, you can't blacken mo wasn't bright I What kind of n Ireo tlon toward touching ncrireckles, curso yotf-ifgotlj isitr knew that from somowhero he would Uq ttnTiMag ym co,i namo Tho sweat broke out on Freckle "It's n golden onk," said Freckles. muster tho strength to kill him. Ho lf . rnnr h(me.lr said Jack. forehead. Ho tugged at tho ropes "Like thoso they mako dining tables mentally measured tho dlstanco to whenever ho felt that ho dared, but When (Iio mighty trco rcii tno and sideboards out of?" whero his club lay nnd set his muscles they wcro passed about tho trco and shivered and screamed with for aa spring. Hut. not Tho big fellow tho echo. Freckles groaned In despair, his body several times and knotted on . s as HI t. I n..i but tho gang took heart Thnt wns s oaring ms nrau wmi n nana ma. "ow his chest. Ho resolved that ho would "j"0 n thing about timber, but was unsteady. Tho angel pulled ono so milch nccompllshed. Now, If they bear In mind what ho had onco heard i . ' i""K bhvit inn iium hit i tho Bird Woman say. Ho would to could get It out quickly they know By out bonnlly. Never would ho let them' 3U?1 everything I can. I am going to and fastened her flowers focurcly. whero to dlspoo of It safely with no I recklcs was quaking. What was to questions asked. Beforo tho day wns seo If ho grew afraid. After nil, what n,k ,',m.11,0 ct,ino como hcT, nnu enough to boss n come next? I L Ilia you .ii.t aw ... it i.f v J over they could rcinovo threo others """li ti... lilts iu i.i. body It by somo schemo of tho dovll gang myself. Do you Ilko to cut trees, j As tho nngel stopped back from worth fnr moro than this. gentlemen?" sho asked of tbo men , Jack sho turned her bend to ono sldo they could compass his disgrace? On tho line, tbo nngel gavo ono nnd peered up nt him, Just ns Freckles backward glanco nt Black Jack to seo Then hope suddenly roso high In with nngcllc sweetness. . had seen tho llttlo yellow fellow do that ho had returned to his work. Somo of them looked foolish nnd Freckles' breast They could not do COPYRIGHT. 1904. BY DOUBLEDAY. PACE lino hundred times, nnd grinned, managed say that Tbo angel would not bcllovc. somo they did. but ono tbo angel'sto eyes I' on tho thnt ndoes tho trick! Isn't said: Then sho gathered her skirts nbovo CO. "Well, that Then Neither would McLean. Ho would that knees nnd lenped forward on tho boysl her keep up his courage. run. In tbo first threo yards sho Kill him they turned full on Black Jack, and sho flno? 8co how It sets him off, gavo tho most bcauUful llttlo start of Don't you forget tho tlo Is to bo red passed Freckles' wheel. Instantly sho could; dishonor bim tbey could not and tho first rldo soon. I enn't wait Imagined that was why ho bad Insistfront ot Frccklcshnd lougncd In "dev1 Yet, summon nil tbo fortltudo ho astonishment "Oh, I almost thought that you wcro very long. Now I must go. Tho Bird ed on her coming; by tbo trail. Sho lllsh halo. Freckles found himself might, that saw eating Into tho tree looking fear In the faco and marveled rasped his nerves worso and worse. a ghostl" sho cried. "But I seo now Womnn will bo ready to start nnd she seized It nnd sprang on., Tho eaddlo will como for that bo was not afraid. Four to onol With whirling brnln ho gazed off Into that you sro realty nnd truly. Were sho Is busyhero hunting mo next,como was too high, but sho was an expert today. What did I The trco halfway eaten through, tho tho Llmbcrlost, searching for some- you ever In Colorado?" rider nnd could catch tho pedals ns hero for anyway?" "No," said Jack. wagons coming up the Inside road, bo thing, he knew not what, nnd In blank they ennio up. Sbo stopped at DunSho glanced Inquiringly about and hound and gagged) Tbe men with horror found bis eyes fastened on tho can's cabin long enough to get out tho of tho men laughed. Oh, tho wrench nnd lower tho saddle, telling several Black Jack and Wessner had belong nngel. Bho was qulto a distance CITAPTER XV. delight of Itl Sho had forgot her ered to McLean's gang when last ho had away, but bo could seo her wblto llpi Mrs. Duncan tho wbllo what was hapTTTE A5GCL GOES roll nXLT. rand for hlml Jack had a second heard of them, but who thoso coming nnd wide, angry eyes. pening nnd that sho must follow tho 8KB now you aren't tho samo In height The nngel glanced with tho wagons might bo ho could found Last week ho had taken her and the man," said tho angel. "You helplessly nbout as If seeking a clew. east trail until sho sho bad tbe Bird gono for not guess. Bird Woman across tho swamp over know, wo wcro In Colorado Then her eyes fell, ns If by accident Woman to toll her If tbey secured that trco McLean tno path ho followed In going In from McLean and to leavo tbo swamp as year, lost Its value, lost bis wager and lost his room to tho chicken trco. Ho had cowboy last was thoand there was n on Freckles. quickly ns possible. handsomest man that "It's mighty risky for yon to ho Tho nngel snw Mrs. Duncan started his faith In him. Tho words ot tho told them last night that tho butterfly about Ho'd como riding Into town crossing tbo swamp alone," ho said. and then flow, nngel hammered In bis cars. "Oh. tree was on tbo lino closo to this path. night, nnd all wo girls Just "I know It's a llttlo farther, but It's In figuring on their not coming that every Freckles, do watch closely!" Thoso awful miles of corduroy! bo wns a bcautyl day ho failed to reckon with tho en adored blml Oh, but glance you wcro begging you I am to bo going back by Would they never end? Tho bushes And tho saw ato on. I thought at first tho trull." claimed her hat and sho did not stop When the tree was down and loaded thuslasm of tho Bird Woman. They really he, but I seo now bo wasn't .ur lb . Tbo nngel laughed merrily. what would they do? Pull out and must bo thero for tho study, and the nearly so tall nor so broad ns you and "Oh, stop your nonsensol" sho cried. . At last sho lifted her head. Surely leave him tbero to report them? It angel had risked crossing tbo swamp oniy .uau. as .nnnusonio. In tho lenstl" "I'm not nfrald-n- ot It could not bo moro than n tnllo now. of 77 fs romance 0 Frecktea and was not to be hoped for. The place In search his him. Or was thero someTho men burst Into n roar ot laugh Freckles turned to Jack Imploringly. Sho bad covered two of corduroy and room they needed? The It could thing In had always been lawless. tcr, nnd Jack flushed crimson. The an "Tell nt least threo of pike, and It was only "You tell bcrl" ho pleaded. the Angel of the Umberlost is mean but one thing. blood surged in his cars like tho roat gel Joined In tho laugh. her to go by tho trait. Bhe will for six In ntL Sho wis reeling In tho one of the most novel, entertain A mist swept beforo bis eyes, and his of tbo Llmbcrlost In tbe wrath of a "Well, I'll leavo It to you! Isn't ho you." saddle, but sbo gripped tho bars with ing, wholesome and fascinating head swam. Was It only last night storm. handsome?" sho challenged. "As for Tho Implication of this statement now energy and raced desperately. atorlea that have como from the that he bad worshiped the angel In a He looked again, and It had been a that cowboy's face. It couldn't bo com' was so gratifying to Dlack Jack that Tho sun blistered down on her baro She was Had of happiness? And now pen of an American author in deliriumWessner, released from a turn dream. For his tlfonot there. could she pared with yours. Tho only trouble ho seemed again to expand and take bend and hands. Just when sho was not been? Freckles what? you many years. The characlere In at tbe saw, walked over to tho flower tell whether ho had really seen the withyou. Is that your clothes are spoil on Incrcaso before their very eyes, choking with dust and almost pros-trat- o lng It's tbe dress thoso cowboys "You bet!" exclaimed Jack. And to are-- , with hent and exhaustion crash, this sylvan tale bod and, tearing up a handful of rare angel or whether his strained senses wear that makes half their looks. If tho angel: "You better tako Freckles' Freckles, a plucky waif who ferns by tho roots, started toward had played blm tho most cruel trick of you wcro properly dressed you could word for It, miss. Ho knows tho old sho ran Into n broken bottle! Snap! Or not guards the Ltmberlost timber Freckles. Ills Intention was obvious. all. could was Itwith tho kindest? of Now break tbo heart of tho prettiest girl In swamp better than any ot us, except dlo tba vision bcr the country." Black Jack stopped him with an oath. he mo, and If ho says go by tho trail and dreams of angels. leases "You seo hero, Dutcby," he bawled, lovely faco fresh with him. With ono accord tho other men "Thank you for that O Godt" focused on Black Jack and for tho first you'd best do It" The Swamp Angel, in whom "mebby you think you'll wash bis face Tho nngel hesitated. Ono last glanco more Freckles' sweetest dream ma .with that, but you won't A contract's whispered Freckles. I " "Twaas'poso I time realized that he was n superb at Freckles showed her tho agony In than kind of you, nnd don't a contract We agreed to tako out ought to spcclman of manhood, for ho stood his eyes. Sho would follow tho trail. terializes. bo wanting anything more, him for "Alt right." sho snld, giving Jack a McLean, a member of a lumber theso trees and leavo way you you to but lf you can, oh, I wish I could know six feet tall, was broad, well rounded plcaso. dispose- of whatever big black kilting glanco. "If you any so I'll go dark, mompany, who befriends Freckles. provided you shut him up eternally on before this ends lf 'twas mo mother" nnd had full red even skin, eyes and lips. by the trail to plcaso you. .Good-by- , Mrs. Duncan, who gives moth- - this deal. But I'll not see a tied man Freckles could not even whisper tbe "I'll tell you what!" exclaimed the backeverybody." tormented by a fellow that ho can lick words, for ho hesitated a second and angel. "I'd Just lovo to seo you on en' love and a home to Freckles. Sbo lifted tbo bushes and started for Nothing sets a handsome up tho ground with, loose, and that's ended "If 'twas mo mother did Itl" horseback. Duncan, head teamster of "Freckles! Freckles! Oh. Freckles!" man off so splendidly. Do you ride?" tho entrance. growled flat It raise's my gorge to think what "Stop herf Wessner. "Keep timber gang. "Yes," snld Jack, nnd his eyes were her till wo'ro loaded he'll get when wo'ro gone, but you tho volco of the angel camo callCnn't The Bird Woman, who la col needn't think you'ro free to begin be- ing. Freckles swayed forward and burning on the angel ns lf ho would you seo that when thisanyhow. Is found thing wrenched at tho rope until It cut deep- fathom the depths of her soul. lecting camera studies of birds fore. Don't you lay a hand on him out there she'll bo to ruin all of us. ly Into his body. "Well," said tho angel wlnsomcly, "I If you let her go every man of us has while I'm here! What do you say, far a book. whipped out n revolver know what I Black Jack Just wish Jon'( do. I Lord and Lady O'More, who boys?" gag from Freckles' wish you would let your hair grow a got to cut and somo of us will bo of Mc- and snatched tho caught sure." "I say yes," Ireland in .quest of a Lean's latest growled one "What's mouth. lomi from llttlo longer. Then wear a bluo flannel deserters. Jnck sprang forward. Freckles' "Say quick, what's that or It's up sblrt a llttlo open at tho throat a red lost relative. more, wo'ro a pack of fools to risk the heart muffled up In his throat Tbo Man of Affairs, bruaque dirty work of silencing him. I don't with you right now and whoever that tie and a broad brimmed felt hat and angel seemed to dlvlno Jack's coming. The is with you!" I'm rldo past my house of evenings. Of manner, but big of heart. "It's tho girl the Bird Woman takes always at home then and almost al Sho was humming a llttlo song. Sbo Wessner, a timber thief who about with her," whispered Freckles ways on tbo veranda, and, oh, but I deliberately stopped nnd began pulling tbo beads of the curious grasses that mania rascality made easy. through dry, swollen lips. would like to see youl Will you do grow all about her. Wben she straight"They ain't due here for Are days that for me?" Black Jack, a villain to whom yet," said Wessner. "We got on to Tbe angel was looking straight Into ened she took a step backward and thought of repentance cornea too called: "Iio. Freckles, tbo Bird Wothat last week." Jack's face, coarse and hardened with tale. "Yes," said Freckles, "but I found a sin and careless living, which was man wants that natural history pam(Continued from last weeks Issue) tree covered with butterflies and now taking on a wholly different ex phlet returned. It belongs to a set she things along the cast line yesterday presslon. The evil lines of It were Is going to have bound." SYNOPSIS. angel shot a that I thought the Bird Woman would softening and fading out under her atThen thoand she was parting glance botneUea boy. to Jack, bewltchlngly to want extra, and I went to town for clear gaze. A dull red flamed Into bis lovely. IM MflfctXJzaeerkMt the psv.ln the (mUnbtrlUmi. her last night Sho said she'd come bronze cheeks, and his eyes were grow"lou won't forget that ride and the nvektaa doae his work faithfully. aukM soon, but sbo didn't say when. I take ing brightly tender. red tie," she half asserted, bait quesMteda with tbe bird mad year to kaew care of the girl while tho Bird Wom'XVZXTBODT 00 TO rBECKUMl" "Yes," be said, and tbe glance be tioned. saere abort nature. Ha Uvea wNfc Hr. an works. Untlo me quick until she shot at the men was of such a nature ami Mrs. Dtmcaa. Jack lost his head entirely. Frec- went tbe tire. Tho wheel swerved Is gone. I'll try to send her back, that no one saw fit even to change Be reeolves to ret books and edaeeae Tho tired angel kles was his captive, but ho was the and pitched over. and then you can go on with your dir- countenance. ktinilf Ha becomes interested la a bag angel's, soul and body. With bead rolled Into the thick yellow dust of aav ot vultures and ealla bu bird ty work." "Oh, goodyt" she cried. UlUng on her held well up the angel walked slowly tho road nnd lay still. Ida "ehlokens." "He ain't lying," volunteered 'Wess-Be- r. toes. "I'll ask tho girls to como to away, Soma of the traas ba ta guerdlna; ST From nfar Duncan began to notice and Jack wheeled on tho men. "1 saw that trco covered with seo, but they needn't sUck In. Wo can wenn xwoo eaea. Freckles books arm Drop your staring nnd saw woodl" n strange, dust covered object In tho Ba receJvea a call from Weaaner. butterflies and him watching around get along without them, can't we?" ho shouted. "Don't you know any. road as be headed for town with tbe tt wben we were spying on him yesWaatnar attampta to brlba Freckle ta Jack leaned toward bcr. no was thing at all about how to treat a first load ot tho day's felling. As he betray his trust, and Freckles whins him. terday." fluttering bird, and the lady?" tbo charmed, ri eared tbo angel ho saw It was o woMoLean orarbaars tbam and witnesses tba "No, ho leaves lying to your sort," angel wns tho snake. ngbt. Tho men muttered and threatened man nnd n broken wheel. Many of snapped Black Jack as ho undid tho "Well, I rather gucsst" bo cried. among themselves, but they fell to tbo farmers' daughters rodo wheels, Freckles honesty savaa a praclous tree. ropo and pitched It across tbe room. Tho nngel drew n deep breath and working with n vengenncc. Be flndi tba neat ot tba rulturea and la but this fnco was n stranger's. Ho you'ro covered every looked him over rapturously. "Bemcmber that visited by a baautlful young glrL Freckles snt down on ono ot hli glanced nt the angel's tumbled cloth-lnmy buck," bo cautionmovo you make, "My, but you'ro tnlll" sbo gurgled. benches nnd waited. In their bnste to Bhe calls Freckles McLean's ion Freckl js tho sllklucM ot her hnlr, with ed. ealla bar "the angel" and helps tbe Bird "Do you suppose I will ever grow to j get tho treo down and loaded so thnt Its palo satin ribbon, and noticed that Woman In taking photographs. McLean "Freckles! FrecklesI" camo tbe an- reach your shoulders? tbo teamsters could start with It and sho had lost her lint Ills lips tightpromlees to adopt Freckles. gel's Impatient voice, nearer and near"Lnrlnt Bill used nlwnys to havo n leavo them freo to attack another ened In an ominous quiver. Ho left "PreckleT"an3"" tKe angel become very er. bunch of red flowers In till shirt pocknnd picked up the wheel. friendly. Assisted by the Bird Woman, "I must bo answering," said Frec- ct, nnd the red lit up his dnik eyes ' they had forgotten to rvhlnd him. safo-0- " her surmised, ho knew tt. This, As bo they drive Wessner and Black Jack, timhad then, Tho nngel wns on tho trail and kles, and Jack nodded, "night here!" nnd ollvo cheeks and inado his splenber thieves, from the Llmberlost. wos Freckles-SwamAngel. started. called, and to the men: "You go on did. May I put a, bunch of red flow- he HcLean fears more trouble, but Freckles Thero wns troublo In tho LlmbcrFreckles wondered what sho would insists upon being the sole guard of the BLACK JACK BTOPPSO U1U WITH AN OATO. with your work, nnd remember one era on you?" lay to tho Bird Woman and bow long lost, nnd sbo had broken down In racupon the angel's timber. Freckles colla thing youree-lvcs- . Tbo work ot tbo Freckles' eyes popped, and ho wheez It would father. mind lifting tho trees wo camo for, but tako thtxn to pack and get ing for McLean. Duncan hurried to Tbe angel receive him as her equal, and I'm cursed lf I wont blood on my Bird Woman Is known all over tbo ed for breath. Ho wished that tho started. Ho know now that they tho nearest farmhouse to send help to world. This girl's father Is a rich earth would open and swallow blm up. her father la kind. Mrs. Duncan has exhands." citing adventures In the Llmberloat man, and Bho Is nil ho has. If you I Was ho dead or ollvo? Slnco his an- - would understand nnd tbo angel tbo nugcl. Then ho put tho bay to "Well, you nle't going to get It," beloffer hurt of any kind to either of ' gei had set eyes on Black Jack sho would try to cct tho boss tbero In speed and raced for camp. Bird Weman and the angel again The lowed Jack. "You fellows only conQh.. nt,1.l tltnn in allfn Ma tfnf-- n Tho nngel, left alone, lay still for a visit Freckles, and Freckles falls In love them this world has no placo far tracted to help me get out my mark- cnoucli away nor dark cnouch for you I had never even danced his wnv. Was never do It, for tbo saw wns over half second, then sbo shivered and opened with the angel. The angel kisses htm. alio completely bowltched? Would sho through nnd Jack and Wessner cut- her eyes. Freckles Is bound and gagged by Black ed trees. Ho belongs to Wessner, nnd to bo hiding in." throw herself at tho man's feet beforo Jack's gang, and the timber thieves start It atn'c our deal what happens to him. "Oh, poor FrecklesI" sho walled. "Freckles, whero nro you?" demand- them all? Couldn't sho glvo blm oven ting Into tho opposlto sldo of tho. trco. felling a very valuable tree. It's nil planned safe and sure. As for ed tho nngel. looked as lf they could get nt least "They may bo killing him by now. ono thought? Hadn't she seen ho was It Wessner la to kill Freckles after the killing that buck como to think of It, trco out beforo McLean could Ob, how much tlmu havo 1 wnstd?" Soul sick with fear for her, Frecklos gagged nnd bound 7 Did sbu truly that tree Is stolen. The angel makes a daring killing Is what ho needs'. He's away Shu hurried to I lie l:iv Duncan had went toward her and parted tho think thnt these wcro McLean's men? como. effort to save Freckles end the tree. to good for this world of woo anyhow. When it wns down would they ro-- 1 unharnessed, snatched n blncksnnko McLean's men. notified by the angel, His dropping out won't bo tho only bushes that sho might enter. Sho Why, sho couldn't It wns only a few bind him nnd leavo him for Wessner whip that lay on tho ground, tnught camo through without apparently givrush to save Freckles. All tho timber secret tho old Llmberloat has never ing him a glance, and tho rat words days ngo thnt sho had been near to wreak his lnsnno vonguanco on, or tbo hniiies stretched nlong tho horno's thieves except Black Jack are captured. enough this man and nngry enough told. It's too dead easy to mako It Bho said wero: "Why havo tho gang would they toko blm along They beard Freckles beforo they look like, ho helped with him to peel tho hat from hU next treo and dlsposo of him to, tho' neck. nnd. for tbo first lime, tho fine, tako tho nnd when big fellow felt on hi back tho quality saw hlrn. Iio camo clipping down tbo then cut W by, he's playedtimber Into como so soon? I didn't know you ex-- , ueml wIt SU(,,,cnlr n Mng they sllot right had stolen nil tho timber tbey of tho lash thnt Duncnu wns accuv pected them for threo weeks yet. Or sho had Jestingly said to him ono day lino nt a good pace, and as ho rodo ho our bands. Ho was hero at tho swamp Is this somo special treo that Mr. Mccould? Jack had said that ho should tomed to crnck over him. was singing softly: all last night and back again In nn Lean ueed.s to fill an order right uow?" camo back with startling force, "You not bo touched until ho left Surely At tho boiiIIi camp they wero load-h"Oh, do you love must tako nngcls on trust." Of courso hour or so. When wo get our plan would not run all that risk for ono lng n second wncon when tho nncel Freckles hesitated. Would a man you mustl Sho was his angel. Sbo Oh, say you lovo" Iio got no further. Tho sharply worked out even old fool Duncan daro Ho to savo himself? No. But to must hnvo seen. Ills Ufo and, what treo when ho had many others of far thundered up on ono of Duncnn' bnys. lathered nnd dripping, nnd cried: driven wheel struck tho tenso wire won't lift a Auger to look for his car- finvo tbo nngel surely that was diffe- was fur worse, her own wcro In her greater vnluo marked. Onco Jnck camo over to Freckles "Kverybody go to FrecklesI rent He opened his lips, but the anThere and bounded back. Freckles shot over cass." hands. Thero was nothing ho could and naked "You Just bet." said Wessner. "1 gel was capablo of saving herself. She if ho had any water. nro thieves stealing trees, nnd they tho handlo bar and coasted down the owo Surely sbo was Freckles roso and showed him him nil he'll get But I'll payl" .wnlked In among them, exactly as If do but trust her. whero hnvo him bound. They'ro golug to kill trail on his chest As bo struck Black .working out somo plan. ho kept his drinking water. Jack sho hqd been rnlscd In n lumber camp Jack nnd Wessner wero upon him. ho snarled at Freckles. Tho nngel knelt bcsldo his flower- drank in great gulps, nnd ns ho pass- hlml" So It was killing then. They wero and never wnlted for nn answer. Sho wheeled tho horso nnd bended bed nnd recklessly toro up by tho roots ed tho bucket back bo iWcssncr clapped an old hat over not only after this ono tree, but many, sold: "When a far tho Llmbcrlost. Tho alarm sound' "Why, your specimen easel" sho n big bunch of foxflro. man'a got a chanco of catching a lino cd over camp. McLean sprang to NelFreckles' mouth, wbllo Black Jack and with bla body It was their plan cried. "Look I Haven't you noticed "Theso stems aro so tough and girl Ilko thai ha ought twisted his arms back of him, and to kill his honor. To brand him a that it's tipped over? Set it straight not sticky," sho said. "I can't break ed up in nny dirty business. to bo mix- lie's back nnd raced after tbo angel. they rushed him Into bis room. Al- thief, Hko them, beforo tho angel, the quickly l" I wish I As they passed Duncan ho wheeled them. Lend mo your knife," sbo or was out most before ho realized that anything Bird Woman, tho dear boss and tho of this." and followed. Soou tbo pllco was an A couple of men stepped out and dered Freckles, had happened ho was trussed up to a Duncans! Freckles' body sagged carefully righted tho case. Freckles answered henrtily, "I wish Irregular procession ot barebacked As sho reached for tho knlfo bcr I wns too." against tbo ropcB In sick despair. trco and securely gagged. riders, wildly driving flying horsci "Thero; that's better," sho said. back was ono second toward tho men. Thero was no hopo of McLean's! Then threo of tho men resumed Jack stared at him a mlnuro and toward tho swamp. g your work on tho tree. Tho other followed coming. They had chosen a day when "Freckles, I'm surprised at a shamo Bho looked Into his eyes and deliber- then broko into a roar ot rough laugh It would be ately winked. (Continued next week.) ter. tho path Freckles bad worn to Llttlo they knew ho had a big contract at to so careless. lovely Bho sovercd tho stems, tossed the butterflies for Chicken's tree, and presently be re- tbe south cam p. Tho boss could not ono break tboso "Blest if I blsmo you," bo said. following Jlnelo Is very Tho old trco. Is that a valuable treo? knlfo back to Freckles and, walking "But you had your ported that the wires wero down and possibly como beforo tomorrow, and chance. Wo offertwo teams with tbo loading apparatus thero would bo no tomorrow for him. Why didn't you tell us last night you up to Jack, laid tho flowers over his ed you a fair thing, and you gavo "First, plnguo In rats, coming to take out the timber. All tho Duncan was on his way to tbe south .wero going to take a trco out this heart Wessner his answer. I ain't say, did Freckles broko Into a sweat of you when ho gives you his." envying And then In fleas, time tho saw was slowly eating, cat camp, and tbo Dlrd Woman bad said morning? Ob, protect you put your that treo from agony. He had said sbo would be safo Then plaguo In man she would come as soon as sbo could. caso thero to "You're six Ins Into the big tree. stealing old Black Jack nnd his In a herd of bowling savages. Would kles. "It will to one," nnswored FrecAnd quick decease, ' Wessner went out to tho trail and After tho fatigue of tho party it was that bo easy enough for you '' 1 6?djj? .Ibet yon dldl .Well, lf ithat sj0? JfJljckJacJtjcn madja mo- - i2-useless Jtoexjoc!t herand iemo.vejliho.jvJrewJrbeuJie jAoodJa angel No rats, no fleas Jtlllin tbebody oime, but, te No plague dlseaso." WM FRECKLES um-licrlo- ,7! "'' -- 1 1 a m.i, - Mo-Lean'- I . . 11 o bo-ln- jp AURUSt 32, 1912. THE CITIZEN ... Suvcu. ... FACTORS OF IMPORTANCE IN PRODUCING ALFALFA SEED TalcUneaa INTENSIVE FARMING Kentucky Wheat Yield of Stand, Soil Moisture, Rainfall and Temperature an Some of Essentials to be Observed la Securing Profitable Crop Sunlight Is of Greatest DeneflL. of tho Newman, Commissioner fUato Department of Agriculture, Boys tho avcrago yield of wheat per aero In Kentucky In 1912 was less than ten bushels. To bo exact tho Commissioner's catlmato Is l.3 bushels. reports show ten Tho Government bushels, but tho difference is Imma- terial. Tho farmer who produces only ten bushels of wheat to tho acre Is fooling nway his tlmo In growing that cereal. In fact Commissioner Now-mn- n says tho farmers aro losing $3.D0 an aero. To be sure thero are eomo wheat growers In Kentucky who nro making money, but the yield of their crops Is far abovo tho avcrago for the State. The great majority, It Is evident, nro not getting adequate returns for their labor and expenditure. 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The s Aoademy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body of students ot high character and ability, able Instructors, aad use of OaV lege library aad apparatus, text-bookBook-Bindinletter-writinclass-room- g business, but It Is An Implement for Renovating Alfalfa Stand. (Or J. it. WK8TQATR, nOLAND M'KKB rertaln extent bo offset by proper and It. W. KVANfl, United States Do- - methods of planting, cultivation, etc. imillllVlll V. 401 1VUIIUI O.f If heavy The factora of greatest Importanco :old, damp, rains occur or If continued rainy weather conditions Id connection with the production of I wnon me plants are in full seed are thlcknoes of stand, prevail alfalfa bloom the prospects of a seed crop oil molaturo and such climatic fac greatly reduced. tors as rainfall and temperature. The iro The chances for seed aro good It local variation of one or mora of theao tho reverso of tho above conditions factors accounts for the great fluctua- prevail and tho plants havo made a tions In sped yield often observed In medium stocky, growth a given season In a single locality and with an abundance of bloom, especialeven on the different parts of the ly If the warm, dry conditions conaamo farm. tinue. It Is practically Impossible, Experiments and observations havo towever, to Infallibly foretell the seed shown that thin stands of alfalfa tend crop. The crop Is not assured until to mako good yields of seed much tho plants are well loaded with clusmoro certain. The reason for this lies ters of well Olled pods. largely In the fact that the thin stand The vegetative vigor of alfalfa Is permits n moro complote development usually Increaaed by any cultivation plants. Tho greater which looions up and aerates the soli. of the Individual amount of sunlight recelvod by each Uy this process a mulch Is formed plant In thin stands also tends to In- which conserves the moisture. Whethcrease the production of seed. It Is er this Is beneficial to the seed crop a matter of common observation that depends upon the vegetative vigor of Isolated plants along roadsides and In the plants at the time. Where past fence rows ordinarily produce much experience or observation indicates heavier crops of seed than do the that the growth will be normally vigfields. The Illustra- orous a light cultivation will be likely plants In near-btion shows the appearance of a well-s- to work a positive Injury to the seed cluster of seed pods. crop. In that It will unduly stimulate That climatic conditions havo an Im- the vegetative growth. However, on portant bearing In growing alfalfa for soil that becomes dry and where tho seed Is shown by the fact that suc- plants promlae to mako but a light cessful seed crops are produced only growth, an Intelligent use of some under certain climatic conditions. The such Implement as a disk barrow, alfalfa plant requires a somewhat pro- spring-tootharrow, or alfalfa renovalonged period of warm, dry weather to tor may be utlllxsd to overcome this mature a crop of seed. condition. Such cultivations should The factor of rainfall la Important be done early In tho spring, before In that It affects directly not only tho the plants start Into vigorous growth. conditions, but also the It Is sometimes the practice to run temperature and humidity of the air. a beavlly weighted disk three or four It also has a direct effect upon the times over the field early In the spring flowers If the plants are In bloom. If In order to thin the stand for In the period of rainfall Is somewhat ex- creased seed yields. When an ordinary tended or the amount quite large, the plow Is used It is necessary to have a effect Is detrimental to the seed crop. very sharp share and to plow out An annual rainfall of at least eighteen three narrow furrows for every eight In add! inches, properly distributed, is usually Inch width left unplowed. tlon to this It Is advisable to harrow beavlly later with a spike-toothar row In order to level down the ridges It Is also best to give some subsequent y h doubtful If they aro bettering themselves bo long as they lack either knowlcdgo or energy to Improve their farms. Tho man who does not put forth tho proper effort to conserro the soil and build It up and get tho best possible outcomo from It; who docs not exercise somo Judgment In seed selection and cultivation; who docs not, In short, "mix brains with fanning" will never have bursting barns and grannrlcs, no matter what product he selects as his ono best money crop. Kentucky Is an agricultural State, but unless thero Is Increase of agricultural knowlcdgo sho will not )x nblo to maintain her standing In tho sisterhood of States, but eventually will fall back In tho production ft other staples as has been the case with wheat. Courier-Journa- l. Bread Making Good bread can result only when temperature will be about 90 degrees tho ingredients used are fresh and 1". Uy having so much space to pass puro. Housekeepers should buy a through beforo It reaches tho water brand ot flour that has been analytho heat radiates to such a degree zed and that they know Is up to tho that tho water Is not raised moro standard. than 2 degrees in tho two and ono-ha- lf or three hours required for tho Good flour should be sweet to tho sense ot tasto and smell, having a first rising. In this manner, bread feeling ot Bharpncss to tho grain rr.ay bo set in a very cold room and ctlll havo heat enough to mako it nnd should bo cream white In color. rlso. If you havo a tireless cooker, Tho amount of flour used In maka better arrangement may be mads ing bread depends upon the absorpthan tho. ono given above. By placing tive properties of tho flour. No water at 90 degrees around the bread law can bo given for tho of water or milk necessary In In the tireless cooker, a uniform temmixing bread. If tho dough Is mado perature may be retained. Tho baking of bread is ono of tho too stiff, however, the bread will not rlso fast and will bo heavy, whereas most Important features In tho maktoo much water causes rapid rising ing of it. A loaf of bread of ordinary and makes the batter so thin that ll slzo should remain In the oven GO cannot hold tho gas bubbles. Tho minutes. The temperature of the most satisfactory method of making ovon should not exceed 3C0 degrees bread Is to measure sugar, salt, yeast K. That temperature would brown a and lard or butter to a given amount piece ot paper In from 7 to 10 minuto tes. At this temperature the bread ot liquid and add flour enough will bake evenly and thoroughly. make a soft dough. Very little is generally known about To mix bread scald the milk, add sugar and salt, and when the milk regulating the heat In the oven, because so few women use the thermocools to 88 degrees F. add yeast dismeter. The best dough in tho world solved In cold water. Add flour gradually while stirring to avoid lumping. may turn out to bo abominable bread n When the bread Is sufficiently stiff If Improperly baked. By using to knead place It on a board and thermometer and regulating the heat iork. All shortening should be add- In the oven, the results are suro to ed after the first ten minutes of be good. I can not urge too strongly kneading. Tho theory of long and tho adopting by housekeepers of vigorous kneading Is, first that it tho cooking thermometer. Suggested recipe for bread: mixes Ingredients thoroughly; second, 1 cup milk. that It supplies oxygen which in a 1 cup water. harmless way bleaches tho bread. 2 tablespoons sugar kneading bread we get; Ily thoroughly 1 tablespoon lard first, a white and light bread; and 1 tablespoon butter. fcccond, bread with fine texture. The 1 teaspoon salt great deal of tho trouble with a 4 to 6 cups flour l.neadlng Is that It Is not vigorous 1 cake yeast. enough or long enough. ?4 cup cold water Tho temperature during rising U This roclpo will make four good- very Important. By making tho bread sized loaves of bread. with lukewarm water or milk, It Is In tho South particularly, wo use ctarted at a tcmporaturo of about too Httlo light bread. It Is CO at a the most easily digested by far degrees. Yeast works best form rf to temperature of from 75 degrees bread. It Is more economical and 93 degrees F. For keeping that temlequlres less labor In tho long run following plan perature uniform, the than any of tho quick breads made gives good results. A plo pan Is inwith flour. verted in a deeper pan half filled If more light bread were mado in temperature of 90 with water at a tho house, more of it would be servOn degrees F. or near body heat. ed in tho dally menu we would this Inverted pie pan, the bowl con- be much more healthyand than we are sponge for bread Is plactaining tho from eating so much hot bread. ed. This whole arrnagement Is thin Miss Aubyn Chlnn, on an Inverted pan on the I laced Instructor In Domestic Science, Col-leback part of the stove where the tu Berea College DR. CHAS. F. HUBBARD, Dean The College Itself stands apart from all the other schools enter He Ms sgsment end has long maintained the highest standards known in the Seat. To oonform is (he Carnegie standards we have diminished ear former m qulrementsl Required aad elective studies with opportunity to eeaeeattsss In particular lines. Latest eollege library la Kentucky. Laboraterte equipped for etudent araotlce. Courses leading to the degreee of A. aV, M. B, R end B. Ped. MU8I0 (Singing Free), Seed Organ, Voles Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may be takea for speetal tees la connection with work la aay eg tab above Softools, I, Questions Answered Berea College, with its Institution. It requires certain fees, bat It expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of Ks dents, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for student to earn aad save la every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to rotes the character and reputation of the young people. vOur students some frees the best tamlltee and are earnest to do well snd ImpVove. For any whs may be sick the College provides dootor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents la Berea lira ta College buildings, aae assist la work et boarding tuUL farm and shops, receiving valuable trailing, aad getting aay according te the value ot their labor. Kzeept la wla ter it is expected that all will have a ehsaee to earn a part el their es peases. Write to the Secretary before coaalsg to secure eaafloymeat. PERSONAL BXP1NSIS tor clothing, laundry, postage, hooks, eta, rasf wish different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Oar ollmate is the heal, hat as stadeats most attend eiastes regardless of the weather, warn aad anderolethlag. asahrellss and cvershoee are necessary. The Mve Store famishes bocks, toilet artleles, work uniforms, aasreUas eater aeeeesary articles at eost LIVINB SXPBNSS8 are really below eost The College sake ae tsr the Sae buildings la whloh studenU lire, charging ealy eaeaaa reat to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, aad washing ef bedding ead towels. Tor table board, without coffee or extras, ILtS a week, ta atitV la winter. For furnished room, with fuel lights, washlag ef bee) aad ding, 40 to 0 cents fer each person. First a "Dollsr Deposit," a geeneatcc tag SCHOOL FEES are two. return of room key, library books, etc This la paid but case, aad la whsa the studeat departs. Second an 'Incidental Fee" to nelpoa expeases fer ear of oeaeel lags, hospital, library, etc (StudenU pay nothing for tultiea e servtoeg a), teachers all eur Instruction I a free gift). The Incidental Fee tar studeato Is $l.0 a teem. l.0e ta Academy aad Noma), aad tftBS hi Oat gleto courses. PAYMENT MUST SB IN ADVANCE, laetdeatal fee aad Sh tone, board by the half torn. Insullmiats sre as follow! Berea, Friend ef Working schools, is not a money-making Student. se cultivation to prevent tl.j alfalfa which has been turned under from again growing and thickening .the stand. This subsequent cultivation will also serve to hold the weeds in check. CONDITIONS FOR GROWING CLOVER Chief Obstacle That ia Batcoeue tered in Uie Cora Belt the Lack of Xaaeatiad Phoophoi Whenever It Is difficult to grow clover the conditions must be made favorable. In the corn belt the chief obstacle tn the way ot growing clover Is, the lack of phosphorus. As an average ot the last six years phosphorus has increased the yield of clover on the university farm by more, than s ton par sere. This plowed under would provide enough nitrogen, for 40 bushels of corn. Another cause ot clover failure la the acid, condition ol many soils. Practically all ot the soils of the southern third .of Illinois are acid, and much ot the older, farmed' lands ot other parts of the state are also acid, Ths remedy for this trouble Is the liberal use of limestone, limestone neutralltea the aolds and readers the soil sweet and wholesome, Oa the prairie land ot southern Illinois the growing ot clover Is .almost a. lost art With an application or two or three tons of limestone per acre every four or five years clover can be grown successfully on most of those soils. Kill the Rata. Ever farmer should make It a point to kill every rat about the place as far as possible, not only for his own good, but for the good ot the neighbors. Do not attempt to drive your pest to the next farm, but destroy It on the spot. It will require wholesale, united and persistent effort on the part ot farmers to keep down the race ot devastating rets to a level where their Injury will sot be felt. 11-1- 0 FAU, TERM InddcnUl Pee A Well-S- et Cluster of Alfalfa Pods. necessary for a seed crop. la such sections as eastern Kansas and Nebraska, where the normal rainfall somewhat exceeds 10 Inches a year, good seed crops are obtained only In the drier years. It has, bsen found that, relatively high temperatures' are necessary dur ing the period when the seed crop is setting and developing. In the south; western portion of the united States and occasionally elsewhere the extreme summer temperatures combined with hot, drr Winds may, however, re- suit In the blasting of the flowers. .Continued cool nights seriously re- seea. XAie isra tne s suing 01 waster or early fall frosts frequently occur in moat, mountain districts. These frosts hare a greater or less effect oa the development of any seed which mar Already have been set In the young, partly developed pods. Occasional light frosts seem, merely to retard the development, of the seed, tmt a severe, killing, frost or continued tight frosts will seriously injure the seed crop. Seed has been observed setting as late as. November II in the vlolnlty of Washington, D, 0. several weeks after .killing frosts, had 00? ourred, but whloh wens followed by ten dare or two weeks of relatively twarm, growing weather, Tb seasonal variation la rainfall, temperature, cloudiness, etc. Is ot prime importance. A given section nay la one seasoa give an abundant vield only to he followed by a prao-ittefailure of the seed erop the neat tear, even though good hey yield auy he prcdsced. The effects of see-eavarieties la rainfall oa to a aooa . VOCATIONAL AMD FOCHOATIOIf SCHOOLS S 00 ACADBMT AMD MOIKAL coLLsea I Board, 7 weeks . 9 4S $ .oo 7.00 S"-4- f 7 of Agriculture. Amount due Spt. 11, ijii , . . Board 7 weeks, due Oct. y, 1911 Total for term 1S-4- 941 fjt.90 S3 1.40 ui "Upon the lease of a farm by A. to B. Is B. entitled to a gasoline engine A. farmer In, Pennsylvania te legally mounted on wheels which A- - hsd used obliged o fence both sides, pf a public on the farm, moving It from place to read running through his' farm. i. le- place to pump water, nothing having gal fence may be of wire, with or been said In regard to the engine in the without barbs. leaser .asks a Nebraska reader of the The Farm Journal says wood cut on Farm Journal,; The answer made la: the farm la persons! property aad "No. B. would not be entitled to the would not pass under s deed as the engine because It is not a pert of the wood, house, would In which It was pil- farm leased. It Is not attached to the ed, tn the absence, of course, of any land nor to the buildings, and It may special mention being made In the be removed without Injury to the deed. leased property." Where a, seller Is not the manufacturer of an article sold snd the buyer tho Walk boldly and wisely In has sn opportunity of examining It light thou hast; thero Is a hand Is no Implied warranty, In the there to help theo on. absence of fraud, that It shall be fit for Make tho best of present condithe purposes for which It Is bought, snd unless there Is an express war- tions. Ho Is greatest who serves beat. ranty the doctrine of caveat emptor let the buyer guard himself) applies. One Value ot the Pipe. Construction Company versus Dorsey, A pipe turns s fool into a wise man; Md.T8 At!., 1000. keeps his mouth LaW Points For ths Farmer. It Room . paid In d,UM .... fSe.CO tio 10 WINTBR. Incident! Fee Board. weeks T8M ............. 11, 191 f .m e.oo 9.00 I4m 7- - l7.oe Amount due January !, 191 Board for t wecki, due Feb. ....j 7o 9 00 f'. 9 fn.xi tjl-- f'J Total for term S.o SS8JJ0 If paid In adTaaee . SPRING TKRM Incidental Fee . $ J04 Room, . ; . . . i 7J . Board, j weeks . 1 Amount doe March (, 191J . . . Board J weeks, due Apr. ja, 1911 Total for term . SS0.TO 4o . asMe u.M I Tie 4.71 IIJ-7- J l'57J . 7J 'HI If paid la adrano Special Expenses lii 50 SSS.00 SS4.0O es Tttti I0.0O 10 00 lyj-o- Business. 5.00 1I.00 17.00 . n shut Foil fVinltr Stenography and Typewriting- - . . . fia.1 .114.00 Bookkeeping; (regular courae) . 1400 11.00 . 7.00 4.00 sooueeping loner couraej Duainraa courae studies for atudenta In other department,: . 1050 Stenography 9.00 Typewriting, with one hour's use 6,00 . of Instrument T Commercial Law, Commercial Geography, Commercial Arithmetic or 1.I0 rentnansntp, eacn In no case will apedal Butlneaa Fees exceed f 15.00 per term 4oo 500 l.jo 1(00 .... .... J4 Plan Now, Com d Sptmbsr 11th BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE Pastures In Summer. Plenty ot water aad shade are essential In the pastures where young horses feed during warn weather. neee Buehee. Meaeeeu, sot A COMPLETE LINE Hardware, Fatal, Me wing Meckmet, Farmiag Implementi, Gaseliac aael Oil Steves, ascl Groceries rraae the roechaeaas. Tea waal weed or leaves. price. Right j D.CLARKSTON , q-v- cm HAM STRUT, aw young man or young woman can get aa edu cation a Any Berea it there Is the will to do so. It Is a great advantage to start In the fall and liafe a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time In the public schools going over and over the same things, when they might be Improving aaaoh faster by coming to Berea and starting In oa new studies with som ot the best yoeng men and women from other counties and states. Make your plans to come on September 11. For informs tloa or friendly advloe write te UepSeeretary, able-bodie- D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Page Eight. guests of Miss M, THE CITIZEN. T, Singleton, Satur. day. needed rain has como and everything looks refreshed. Mr. nnd Mro. A. L. Plgg nnd little daughter, Wllmn, Plgg it of Loudon, Ky., paid Mrs. father a visit this last week. W. P. Gabbard of Buffalo has purchased the Sarah Treadway property on Main St, nnd will move In soon, 8he will ga Into tho mcrcantllo business. Mr. Brown, a special examiner, for tho liension Department, wng hire last v.tek looking nfter pension claims. Tho Owlscy County Teachers' Institute dosed hero last Friday. It wis n. August 22, 1913. HIGHWAY ENGINEERING .1 UNIVERSITY. IN GEORGIA IIOOHK Hoone, Aug. 10. Public school at this place Is progressing nicely with New Department le of Greet Ssrvlee a largo attendance. Willie Coylo of to Read Builders. Rockford went to Illinois a few days rrtapoBd(arc rMlif4 snfcit ilxwi In foil toy Ut wilttr. The tan He ago. Oscar Sims went to Muncey, It not for psMlcstioa, bit as a etlasc o( food faith. Wilts plainly. Tho Athens llnnm-- Ih highly pleased Ind., where ho expects to remain With the work or lliu department of for somo time. Squlro ininbert went highway engineering recently institutMUs Nettlo Ttcadway of to Mt. Vernon last Monday on busiReweek. JACKSON COUNTY ed In tho University of Georgia. nenr Pnlnt Lick, Is visiting at this place. ness. Mr. nnd Mrs. Blair of cently It rtiiiiinonted on It n follows: FOR COUNTY SUPT. OF JACKTho Infant child of .Mr. nnd Mm. Snider returned home, Sunday, nfter The trustee of Hip University ot and SON COUNTY Georgia took n splendid step when they Neal Monro Is very sick. It Is not a pleasant visit with friends conducted by Prof. Noo of Ix'xliu-toWillie I civil engineer, relatives In Hnrlnn County. Kcrby Knob, Ky., Juno 18, 1912. expected td live, Aunt Tommy Much Interest wns manifested. added a member to lie tng faculty nnd inndo rond extension woweeks Poynter Is visiting homo folks near Is spending a few Sheriff G. U. Wilson nrrlved last It is now no unusual thing for Tom Wren .f night work a part of the work of tho civil Boono this week. with her nephew, W. K. Jones. with tho seven prisoners who men to Borvo as County Superintethe Nina, visited friends nnd relatives nt wcro sent to Richmond Jail for unfo engineering work of tho university. O. high educational Miss Mary Morris will spend ndent, and In other Tho selection of Professor John placo a fow days last week. Mr. keeping. Their cases will bo called positions. A number ot counties of iiummer and fall with her sister, this Koch for this ueful work nnd placing H. Lambert were visitDr. nnd Mrs. J. '.Mrs. Canon, in Lincoln County. for trial tomorrow before Judge command of tho this stato have secured notablo Jess Wren last Lewis. A crew of brldgo cnrpenteis him practically at the I ctcrs nnd family of Knoxvllle, nro ing Mr. nnd Mrs. various counties in Georgia doing perfrom their women superintendSunday. Mr. nnd "Mrs. John Roberts nro busy repairing tho steel bridge manent rond work hos proved to bo vicinity. visiting in Mildred and ents, for example: Creek recently mor-e- d across natiStock traders nrc paying enormous of near Copper tho river at this ptaco that most lieneflclnl In every wny. ProtesCora Wllcon Stewart has won Joo I)vett was damaged by tho Juno tide. Jno. tor Koch Is nn export rond builder, and near Livingston. Born to Mr. tcr-vlprices for fat cattle. onal famo by her very efficient mado a business trip to Livingston n I). Whlto spoko to n large crowd nt his ndvlco Is being sought ny mo counsuperintendent of Uowan and Mrs. John Moore, a boy. ( as d th few days ngo. .Mlsa Lydn Levctt ISAACS tho Court house, Tuesday, In fnvor of ties of Georgia In every section of County schools. info. Alrwulr ho Ims been of spleii' Mrs. Jesale Smith, Sunday. nro Col. Roosevelt nnd tho new ProgressIsaacs, Aug. 17. Corn crops Tho great schools of Chicago aro although ho hns been nt Flags looking very prosperous and wheat Bright Chasteen ot Climax recently Ivo Party, which Is strong In tlilH did nsslstnnce, months. Every day tho nbly managed by Mrs. Ella clec-ilo- n work but two County. out well. -- moved In this vicinity. School and oats nre threshing Young. benefits to (low, from his work to every was held nt this place, August Roe.1-fo- rd, ISI.AMI CITY section of the Ajnto become more nnd Mary Lyon, Uko tho undersigned, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Purkey of 3rd, Mr. Geo. Poynter was strugIsland City, Aug. 1C Aunt Nnnry more nppnrcnt. nnd Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Purrett, was a poor mountain girl. Sho ns trustee. A. I). Levett wns a Bo-lThe counties of tho state ilolng rond Bowman fell nnd crippled herself against great odds to securo or Mt. Vernon nro lsltlng relatives gled visitor, Saturday. Talltha Coylo ery badly tho other day. J. C. (Jen-tr- y Improvement should not hesltnto to In this vicinity. llert Riley purchassucceeded and nn cduratlon but of Rockford has been vlslltng her Powhas purcliwrd F. F. McCollum'z call upon the university for nsMstnnco. tho founder of Mt. Holyoko ed a fine mulo colt from Albert progress. sister, Mrs. Nora Wren, tho past entire stock of goods and will mnko The university stands ready through for ell. School at this place Is inado possible Seminary which week. The small child of Mr. nnd of civil engineering, "t Invoice, Die. 1st. J. D. nnd Ka tho department with Mrs. '.Minnie Little elcti tho tlie first tlmo In tho history of tho Ing nicely which Protestor 0. M. Strahnn Is head nnd Mrs. Geo. Lntub who has been ork Monday, to attend tho Tllllo Chadwell left, Mrs. nnd Protestor Koch assistant, to give world a general, liberal education for as teacher. Is Improving. A special expert advice on all question submitInstitute at Uoonevllle. Miss Susie Watson were visiting home girls. Sunday. Albtrt term of tho Circuit Court will begin, ted. Wherever It Is necessnry ProHaving taught in tho public schools folks, Saturday and DIsputnnta, Aug. 17. 'Vug 17th and Monday, at Hxmovlllo to try tho fessor Koch will go to n county nnd at Powell purchased a fine mare from County seven years, of JackBon Thursday. Hei days eight men who wcro Indicted nt the hold a coiiferenco with thoso lu chargo Burning Springs In Clay County eight O. R. Davis lastnltchfork In her foot ISth arc the regular meeting nt Mncedonla church. There Is talk Inst term of tho regular Circuit Court of rond improvement In this wny they In tho Foundation Schools rnvlor struck a months and Robert Tay- - of a protracted meeting beginning ot for tho killing of Dock Gnbbnrd nnd niny nvnll themselves of tho host ex1 feel and was seriously hurt. of Derm College, two terms, nnu that tlmo. Mays pert ndMco before proceeding with tho The boys aro working wounding Bill Gabbard. Wm. lor and family visited friends that I could servo my county efficient relatives nt Berea, recently Tom tho County road on Davis branch, nnd G. J. Gentry captured n largo work of rond Improvement If this is dono in every Instance It will bo found lv In tho offlco of Superintendent. requests, Brewer and wife visited nt Edward this week. It is reported that T. O. moonshine distillery, Sunday morn- that money will be saved nnd better So, In response to many night. Win. Miller took a load of potatoes to Be- ing, on Upper Wolf Crock. candidacy for Johnson's last Saturday I hereby announco my Dayton, rea n few days ago and could not Mnys, wlfo and daughters, Mngglo roads secured. Tho road extension work that is be- -, Superintendent Koscoe Taylor nnd wlfo of tho offlco ot County at 0., have been visiting relatives 1 Ing dono by tho University of Georgia of Schools of Jackson County, nnd Pigeon Roost tho past few days. will menu the saving of hundreds or ask all friends of education to fall Mrs. Jane York nttended church ut thousnnds of dollar to tho state nnd AN UNESTIMATED FARM CROP of party In lino and unite Irrespective Saturday. Lewis Lakes tho securing of much better roads. a Annvlllo last in my support, thus securing of'Loam, visited nt Jerry York's latst is somewhat strange that very many farmers fail to set the It Superintendent of Schools, who H Saturday night. Mrs. Nannie Allen they should on the best crop tho farm produces. If you promoter of education rather than will leave this week for Mt. Vernon, a were to visit tliem they would take you out to seo tho biggest cornTHE MAN WITH THE DRAG. a politician. Ind., to Join her husband, who Is nt field in the county. Clenu, well tilled, stalks 10 to 15 feet uinli, Anna Powell. work there. every stalk well loaded with ears, they naturally point toit with pride. Not fckln' mlno own rroflt. but the profit of tnany.- -l Corlnthlsns Then they take you over to the pasture lot. There they show you IHI YKTT x. 31 CLAY COUNTY somo of the Finest colts in the state, and n herd of growing cattle that Prlvett, Aug. 17. Wo are having Oh, hera'e to th man with the will materially fatten the bank account. He points out some comb nuiisiNO srniNos come nice weather at present. Satdrag and a teaml not boarders. As you walk over the farm your that nre butter-maker- s And htrt'e to the genius who urday nad Sunday ore the regulir Burning Springs, Aug. 10 Some of thought of the scheme! Mr. Jno. our teachers are taking the County the market will pay well attention is called to n drove of hogs that church days at Oak Grove. To the man with th drag all for a little later; but strangely enough ho has not pointed out the Is selling out to move to examination, today. Our school H Morris honor Is due, best crop. Your attention is called to this as yon sit down to the taHamilton, O. Willie Jones Is very in a flourishing condition with nearAnd glory to .him who Invented Sherman ly a hundred and fifty In attendance. ble and notice the beautiful girls that call him father, and the boys it too. sick with rheumntlsm. full of fun, who make the table lively. You wonder if he is planning Spurlock has gone to Springfield, 111., Elijah Kurman has moved his fami"Good roads," pleade the traveler. 4- ns much for the development of these children as he is for the trainwhere he will be employed for o ly into his neat cottage on "Sunny-fcld- e. "Good roads' Is his cry. ing of his colts. of while. Ed. Cook, The Citizen agent, Mrs. Luther McCollum "Good roads," Jeere the farmer, From Kentucky farms in years passed, men and women have "In the sweet by and by." has been canvassing thru this vici- Laurel Creek visited friends here, they are sitting and But while -gone forth who have made their mark in the world and have been a nity this week. Arch Peters attend- recently. Mrs. W. B. Hornsby who alghing Alasl" benefit to the nation. Give that boy and girl a fair chance. Some ed the Institute ot Uoonevllle last was visiting hero has returned to McAnd waiting a road bill legisladay, not far distant, you maybe surprised at seeing them take a week. Several from this vicinity are Kee. Before leaving sho orgnatzed u ture to pae Lonahead of what you have reached, and your heart sition a long ways planning to attend the fair at King's Daughter League with the A man up and doing has thought may swell with pride as you notice a man point to you and hear him don. L. J. Peters visited at Dr. 0. following officers: Pres., IIss Birdlo 01 a way "he is the father of the one who made that thiilling speech." week. Eva Peters Rawllngs; Sec., Miss Mary J. Rader; Bay, C. Goodman's last To Till In the rute and to level the Boone-vll- le for from it you will get the largest Look out for your best crop, who Is teaching school near Trcas., Miss Ora Jones. Quito a num. results. Be sure to plan well for the boy and girl growing up on Not waiting for any alow proeeea visited home folks from last ber of tho men who went to Hamilyour farm. ton havo returned on account ot a Friday until Sunday. Wilson method direct as a T He gives us from Doonevllle visited L. J. slack business. Dr. P. Webb and saw. family aro visiting friends at Teges. Peters from Friday until Sunday. planks, elr, sayst "Get Aunt Bettle Lunstord has been on sell them so ho Is feeding them to and Golden, left Thursday for Dudley, " He and hitch to eome team The Rev. Harvey Johnson has gone ,, your a quarterly conference. We tho sick list The Rev. Brundago of his hogs. Our school Is t progressing Illinois, to visit relatives. Captain . And drive right ahead! Why, to attend on the cir- Sandusky, 0., who has been holding nicely wltn good auenuance. apen-ce- r Short and S. S. Short stayed over you'll think it a dream hope to have him back Abney and family nre vlsltlns night with Wm. Mays, Wednesday, The way those old rosda will a series of very Interesting meet cuit. straiahten out flat ings in the Holiness chapel has re- lelatlves in the Bluo Grass, this and left for Beattyvlllc, Thursday. 8ANDOAF. T And wonder why men ne'er be Stock buyers are plentiful week. J. It. Dur- turned home. Gap, Aug. 17.-- Mrs. fore thought of that" Sand MADISON COUNTY around here of late. VIXK ham and daughter. Maggie, have He aeke for no patent no money The iiKKVrrs Vine. Aug. 17. John Drowning of COUNTY Ken sick, but are Improving. ESTILL wants he. tho Christian church at Berea Is visiting friends and rela dedication of LOCUST Jill ANC H Dreyfus, Aug. 13. Mr. lve Jons ' ': For good of mankind ha le giving oy tives here. It frea. Miss Nancy Lewis of this place Sunday was attended Locust Branch, Aug. 16. The teach- and family of Parksvlllo wero guests .. an unusually large crowd, and all Fogertown visited her sister. Mrs. ers' association will bo at tho Parks of F. M. Jones, this week. Rev. T. . . Juet try It (if prone to discredit T plan). enjoy the events H. Morgan, last woek. H. H. Rice stemed to greatly school house the second Saturday la J. Turpln of Estill County closed a find It a wonderful bleeelng the dinner, who had rheumatism Is ablo to bo September. Grovcr Gentry and wife, series ot meetings at the Baptist of the day, especially to man. which was freely and bountifully serv- out again. Mr. and "Irs. Jim Bow- who have been visiting John Collins church of this placo last week. But meanwhile the laggards they ed near the church house. There was man visited relatives at Berea, r.nd family havo returned to Ohio. The Rev. Z. Ball of Monica began laugh In distrust plenty of dinner for the congregation l arlston and Pittsburg last week. daughter are a revival at tho Christian church tho And sitting en bsrrele the thing Robert Land and Is dlsousssd. been properly served, but as Esau Howard and H. C. Morgan havo spending a few days with friends 12th. Tho school at this place Is to had It "By goshl" they protsst. "Why, it was, many may have gone away purchased a grist mill which they and relatives on Red Lick. Mrs have a well. W. Jones and 11. Hornsthis fool of s msn hungry1 and disappointed. Tho dedi- moved to thl8 place, this week. Blck-nc- ll by aro tho contractors. E. Jones Is 'Mollie BIcknell visited Beulah Hs think ha esn Josh us but .. 1. was conducted by Rev. Elliot MlR.q Tallin Tnmiln .if vuio i'iiilc la cation not much h esnl ui last Tuesday. The roads are homo from tho U. S. M. C. having of Lancaster. Sunday school at tho visiting at McKee. Mlsa Abbie Shell In a fine condition and everybody la completed his time ot enlistment. "Why, who ever heard of Christian church la progressing nice- or Fairston was a welcome uuest of busy hauling tan bark and ties. Rev. W. Jones returned homo after with planka N. Tuttle 1b the Superintendent. Miss Mary Rice a few days ago. ly. J. Several from here attended the dedi- an absence of soveral months from hoiseet Quels In o, Children's meeting ot the Chris- Calvin Pennington has gono to Gar cation at Sand Gap last Sunday. We tho west. Claude Lunstord has rethanksl" not, But the live one today le trying tian church every Sunday evening Is rard County, whero ho will work for aro looking for Dr. Snowden of Ir- turned from Washington where ho to dreg also well attended and quite Interest- a white. Edgar and Henry Downey vine to bo our doctor. Ho Is going to has been stationed an a member of And soon of hi roadway he Justing. Rev. Joseph "Ward of Stono will leave, Monday, for London, tn locate on Hiram Blcknell's farm. ly can brag. tho Eng. Corps, hl3 tlmo having exCoal began a singing Bchool at this enlist In the U. S. army. Matt and Sammlo Dennle's sale will be, Satur- pired. Mm. Dora Reynolds Is visitTo the man with the drag alt Levi Pennington made a business ' day, the 17th. Flem Campbell nnd ing place, Thursday, which will continue her parenta, this week. A parhonor la duel for nine days. Rev. Ward will also, trip to Laurel Creek, Saturday. daughter called to see Dr. Scrlvner ty of tho young peoplo attended tho And glory to him who Invented It preoch at night In the Baptist church. tool dedication at Sand Gap, tho 11th. last Thursday. 80 here's to tha man who discovROCKCASTLE COUNTY Jos. G. Durham after attending tho WAOKKSVILLK ered the wayl SILVEIl CBKK Teachers' Inutltute at McKee, left Wagersville, Aug. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Olt LAN DO And hsrs'e to the fsrmsr who last week for Berea, from there he Jeff Wagers are visiting their son, works it today Orlando, Aug. 17. Wo aro havinz Silver Creek, Aug. 18. Fred Powwent to Island City, Boonovllle nnd good rains and crops aro Eulalle Andreas. present. ell has returned home from Indium. looklmr fine. J. S. Wagers, in Berea at U. ether places. Mr. and Mrs. P. Prof. W. French Is teaching a singSeveral are attending court at Mt. Mrs. Ellen Mitchell was taken '.0 Hosklns of Hamilton, 0., are visit- vrnon, this week, The funeral ct ing school at this place. Shcrmnn the Gibson Infirmary last 'Monday ing relatives and friends, here. W. Mr. James Allen Road Mileage Approaches Thousand. and Samuel Allen Kldd ot Paint Lick is visiting his and was operated cn for an abscess T. S. Durham Is working at Shawhan, will take place tho The first compilation of the number fourth Sunday in grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Anco of tho head. '.Miss Earslo Powell enatMonday Ward of Waulden Ky. Dr. E. E. Ed- tertained quite a number of girls of mile of road and tho number ot August at the Corinth church near Peters, this week. tended the dedication here, Sunday. CooksburE. Mlsa Annln nnlifnimn I wards visited his parents at College and boys at her homo on Saturday bridges ' In Wayue county, Ind., ha He announces his candidacy for Coun-t- y wont to been completed by County Auditor' Miss "ight. Quito a number of tho peoJit. Vernon, Monday, to stay Hill a few days last week. Bowman. The statistics were Rntbcred Clerk and will get many votes in wun .Mr. and '.Mrs. Maggie Hinds was tho pleasant guest plo around hero aro attending Grant Baker. the for uso tn hi olttco nnd for the benefit Wild Gabbard TUe camp meeting this neighborhood. of Miss Maudo I'ark from Friday Glades meeting. Mrs. Dick Johnson held at Maple of tho public. The total number of and family of Sand Lick attended tho Grove this week by Rev. C. S. Knight, until Sunday. Mrs. Cleona Collins Is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0.' miles road In Wayne county 1 services hero, Sunday. Mr. Gabbard Supt. of Berea Extension, was attended tho Lexington fair last Anderson and daughter, Margaret, H0.23. of well There aro 3!7 brldgo. U40 culwas married a few weeks ago to Mlsa tutended. The meeting seemed to bo week. Abner Wilson and daughter, spent, '.Monday, with his brother, 0. verts, 13t concrete arches and B81 (ewLaura Rose of Rock Lick. Mary, aro visiting relatives at Clays E. Anderson. Mrs. Mamlo Richard- er aero of great interest in this community. hlfibwny. One ot the noFerry, this week. Tho Misses Pearl son from Hamilton, Ohio, is visiting ticeable feature of tho compilation of TYNKH Mrs. LUlle Clutts and family of are laamay nave been vlsltlne Miss Mar. Scrlvner and Bruce Mooro wero tho her mother and father, Mr. and Mr. tho county auditor la that all the Tyner, Aug. 18. Corn crops looking flue. Reynolds Bros., Hamil- tlsha Singleton, this week. Several guests ot the '.Misses Rosa and Mollto W. D. Lewis, Mrs. Tobo Todd spent streams In Franklin township are bridged and that fully VI per cent of ton and Jones, started their thresh-lu- g aro planning to attend the London Arvlno, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. It, J. Saturday in Berea with her mother-in-lathe ford Id Wnyne county nro biidccd. Mrs. Todd. Mr. and Mrs. the past week, thresh- fair, tho 27th of AugJ.Mrs. Elizabeth Scrlvner were tho guests of Mrs. machine also attache to the fact that Hargus spent Saturday night Interest ing about two thousand bushels of Ball spent Saturday and Sunday with L'rama Rice on Red Lick, Friday ot thirty-twmiles of unWagers was in Ir- with her mother, Mrs. Harris. Mr. there are only last week Joo oats in this vicinity. W. J. Jones Mrs. James Adams nt Mt. Vernon. improved road In the couuty, Opple Owens hos returned home ot- vine, Saturday. Cale Johnson from Indiana is viBit-in- g had tho best crop ot 4C0 bushels. .Mrs. Mahala Goodman was visiting ter an extended visit with relatives his mother, Mrs. Sallle Johnson. 0W8LEYC0UNTY All the tolls resulting from bad roads Miss Brownlo Kelly spent Sunday are n substantial waste of money thut her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merrlan at Norton, Va, Miss Ethel Head and BOONKVILLE Smith, at Clover Bottom, the post Miss 'Myrtle Mason were the welcome could.be profitably employed otherwise. Aug. 18. The much with Mabel Johnson, Doonevllle, r Stub-Mcflc- ld eer-vl- co , co vis-tieea bo-ca- East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Berea Printing School Department of Berea College 1 (The Citizen i a pecimen of our work.) PRINTS HEADS, HAND-BIL1.- LETTER REPORTS, SER- CARDS, MONS AND BOOKS IN THE I1EST LOWEST AND AT MANNEIt. PRICES. Is asked to help studonts, and to Insure your getting your money's worth. Your patronage CALL AT THE OFFICE OR BEND ORDERS nV MAIL. YOU WILL QET SATISFACTION. TEIt.MS CASH. AD. DllESS Berea Printing School BEREA, KY. Houses to Rent To thoie who have children to edu- iisi'i;t.nt. cate and with to reside In Derea for longer or shorter time to enjoy It educational advantages, the Colltgi number of houses, large an! has small, some of them partly furnished) to rent on reasonable terms. Addreti THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. r I THE Berea Hospital Nurse Training School of Berea College HAS DEST OPERATINO ROOM AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCE FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NTJMUIH HOSPITAL TREAT OF PATIENTS. WENT OREATLT INCREASES PRO PECTB OF RECOVERY. f t Rate On Dollar a day and Dond for prompt payment required j Ab-che- ar f For further particular addreaa THE BEREA HOSPITAL BEREA, KY. HOMEMADE ENGINE MUFFLER. If Your Gasoline Machine la Too Noley I '. ', fths I -- I Hare' a Way to Check It. gaaollne cukIuo make too much noise It Is easy to ntako n muffler that will silence the explosion Just a effectively as a purchased apparatus, says Ornnpo Judd made from sorcrul funTho muQlrr nels and a piece of six Inch stovepipe. should he six lnche The funnel across tho top and should Ins cut a shown by A In the drawing. Slip theso pieces Into tho stovepipe and fasten the largo ends wltti small stovo bolts In nbout four place around the pipe. In placing the funnel tho small end ot each should ro on a lino with tho If the 1 etr-n- I ! noMEMiD maim uurrLin. 1 I (From Orsnce Judd Farmer.! opening of tho ends, as Indicated by uso tne line A A in tuo drawing, enough funnels to till up the entire length ot the stovepipe. The ends of the mulller nro made of floor plates threaded to receive tho exhaust pipe D from tho cuglno. Tho floor plate II should flt firmly Into tho end of tho stovepipe and should bo fastened there by screw. To thi the pipe O Is attached. The hole In tho funnel must be In a direct line with, tho Inlet plpo D and tho outlet, that the gases will b- -o a free escape. Thta will avoid tho danger of tbo murder becoming stopped np. Borne believe that a muffler on an engine greatly reduces the power, but tests made with this muffler have shown that there Is practically no difference with the mulller on or off. 8WAT THE FLYI An-dre- o QLEANLINES8 ie next to and sslf prssarvation the first law it nature. fore swat the fly I Is god-linss- s, There- .