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LOOKING FORWARD To the boy or girl, twenty years ahead The Citizen BEREA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 20, 1012 Kaow!c4fe ii power way to keep up with m4era knowkdfe ia to read a good newtpaper. ul Mm People One Dollar a year. No. 0 Vol. XIV. 1932 is a very far view. 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 ypurs. 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 The Value of aa Edacatioa By D. Walter Morton WORLD NEWS Almost continually there nro comEnging to my desk letters from young Funeral of Great Salvationist land and the Canal BUI Massacre tho through men and women all by Turks. mountain section of tho southern tilates who nro telling mo that unless they receive some education FUNERAL OF THE GREAT they cannot advance or receive furSALVATIONIST Hundreds of such promotion. ther paid Many thousands of people letters In tho course of tho year simply go to prove the value of an their trlbuto of respect to General Booth when his body lay In stato at education. In tho first place, an education s Congress Hall Clapton. Tho German of considerable satisfaction and en- Kmicror sent a wreath of whlto lilThs ables Its possessor to enjoy many ies with his Majesty's card. German Embassy nluo sent a wreath. From ten o'clock until night a constant gtream passed tho coffin which was covered with a pall and on it ."JO was tho general's Hlble, hymn book and campaign cap. Over tho great hall was tho Salvation Banner with Forty "Wood and Fire" upon It. lands took part In tho funeral procession. Tho Interment has taken place at Abncy Park cemetery. horizon is almost beyond the reach of vision. The child of ten years will be in the prime of life twenty years hence. The mature man will be over the divide. Hut is it not wise to look down the future and provide, as far as lies in human power, to make the future days what we, when that time arrives, will wish them to be. There arc some things that human foresight and planning cannot provide against, the misfortunes that come in consequence of our business or social relations to others, the accidents of life, some forms of sickness. We can however make provision by wise living against ill health. Wc can by preparation guard ourselves against the evils, the disadvantage that Ignorance entails. Wc can by attending to our spiritual needs and the provisions of Divine Grace guard against the sadness and sorrow that follow the course of sinful living. It is a very foolish and wicked parent who will not do all that lies in his power to secure the welfare, the happiness, the usefulness ol his children. He is the one who it responsible for their exisltnce and upon him is the responsibility of training them aright. With the schools of varions grades that are scattered all over the land, it is now possible (or every normal child to have the advantage of A knowledge of books docs not always insure a money an education. who has the return, but it generally does. Your man of twenty-fiv- e advantage of an education earns a much better salary on the average A very careful study was rethan his brother who is not educated. cently made of the graduates of several eastern universities, especialThe investigation showed ly with regard to their earning capacity, that the man with a good education was receiving a far better salary on the average, than was paid to the average man similarly circumstanced but without the education. My friend was a successful teacher, but he wanted to be a better teacher; 10 he used his savings in going t6 college. In order to finish his college course he had to incur a debt of $700. Did it pay to come out of college with such a burden? He says that it did, ior the first year out of college he earned enough to pay the entire $700 and still had money enough left to pay the expenses of his wedding. His earning capacity was more than doubled; more than that he took a larger place in the world, he became more influential in the community. At fifty years of age he was recognized as one of the leading citizens in one of our most prosperous cities. From many a Look down into the future for your children. farm, a boy or girl has gone out to be president of a college, the principal of a school, a successful minister, to occupy a high place in the political councils of state and nation. Why not do your parttobuid a pathway for the feet of your children from your farm to these positions of respect, honor and usefulness? This pathway leads through the school, through college to a mind well informed, to powers that command success. Some New Courses for the Normal JOHN 8, FEE The MR. FARMER Two Car Loads of Globe and Equity FERTILIZER For Fall sowing, juit arrived. Trices interesting and terms liberal. See them before you buy. CHRISMAN'S "THE FURNITURE MAN" UNITED STATES NEWS IN 01 JWN STATE Penrose, Archbotd and Roosevelt-Cen- sus Magistrates Courts Champ Clark to Speak Railroad Thru the Mouof Voters Parcels Post ntainsPlot Against Johnson Night The Presidential Campaign ElecRiders Active Whiskey Act MutilIn Virginia. tion Bribe Cases atedKentucky Experiment Station. PENROSE, ARCHBOLD AND ROOSEVELT Archbold of the Standard Oil assorts that In 1904, $125,000 was contributed to the campaign expenses on the assurance from Bliss that the contribution was acceptable to Col. Senator Penrose concurs Roosevelt. OF In ON THE ORIGIN Department By Dean Dlmmoro All who aro connected with, or are planning to bo connected with, the Normal Department of Berea College will bo Interested In tho new courses that aro offered for the coming year. bulletin describing these A special courses has Just been published, copies of which may bo had by writing tho Collego Secretary, D. Walter Morton. tho What was previously called County Certificate Course has been changed somewhat and Is now called PROGRAM A. TEACHERS INITIAL COURSE. - On pago 6 Is the first year of this course arranged for those who aro In school tho whole May year, or at least until tho County Examination. At the top of pago 7 tho first year's work Is for thoso who wero teaching in tho fall and como for the winter and spring, cither for 19 or 22 weeks. Tho second year of the Initial Courso is arranged on page 7 for thoso who teach in the fall, in two sessions of 22 weeks each, requiring two of these short years for its to completion. A diploma Is given those who satisfactorily com pic to this course. It Is especially fitted first for those who wish to teach class country schools. It counts 8 or upon tho number 9 units depending of weeks employed and the amount of work covered. Program AA. on pago 8 Is the samo courso but arranged for tboso who can bo In school two consecu-tlv- o years. It does not permit teaching In tho fall. Llko Program A. a who diploma Is awarded to thoso complete, this course. It counts 8 ed this charge, stating that according BEREA STARTING A SCHOOL kb ENGLAND AND THE CANAL DILL Tho Influential English newspapers of all parties are reported to agreo In bitter denunciation of the Panama In Canal bill which they stato Is direct violation of existing treatleu. They stigmatize this act of congress 8ECIIETAKY MOIITON as a gross breach of faith. It Is generally affirmed that as soon as phases of life, that tho uneducated tho cabinet officers return from bo man can not. For Instance, hov their vacation the matter will much more enjoyment tho man gets taken Into consideration and in duo out of farming who has really learn- form will bo brought before tho Hague ed tho uclenco of fanning and knows Court for arbitration. why ho should brenk up tho soil, MASSACRE BY TURKS aeven) Continued on p Reports are received of further slaughter by tho Turks of Christians CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE on the Albanian frontier. Tho Montenegrin Government Is striving to PAGE FIIIST enforce tho peaceful counsels of tho Editorials European powers. Kentucky News World News NOTICE Tho Valuo of an Education. John O. Fee on Uic Origin of Berea. To All Berea Students New Courses for tho Normal Dept. PAOE TWO. Training tho Teacher. Why Study Agriculture. Why Hoys and a Iris do not go School. t PAOB THREE Temperance. Our Teach om Department. What Ky. Demands of her Teachers. Iluslness Trianlng. What tho Collego Dept. Offers. PAGES FOUR Berea Night at tho Parish House. Locals. Home Town Helps. A All young men and women fifteen years of ago and over who intend to enter Berea College nt the open. Ing of tho fall term, In any ono of tho five departments, College, Normal, Academy, Vocational, or Foundation Schools, should write at onco to tho Secretary, D. Walter Morton, Berea, Ky., sending In their application blank and dollar deposit for u room. Rooms aro reserved In tho order that the dollar deposits aro received where It Is possible to a room In advance. This matter Bhould not bo left until tho student en-ga- units. Program B. Is a secondary courso arranged for thoso who have comwho pleted tho Initial Courso and wish to go further with their education while at tho same time teaching In tho summer and fall. It requires two short years for Its mai-ter- y and counts 6 units. A special who diploma Is granted to those complete this courso. It makes a vety good preparation for thoso who wish superintendents, or to bo County to bo principals of, or teachers In, graded schools. Students who have taken Program 11. and havo to their credit 13 units. Continued on rage Five -- arrives. D. PAOB FIVE Girl's Outfit for Berea. Walter Morton. hoods. Ho wired Sen. Clapp that he should llko to appear before the committee, Monday. Meantime Archbold has sailed for Europe and Mr. Roosevelt is out with a letter denying these charges in detail. CENSUS OF VOTERS Democratic National Committee figof ures that there will be a total this 24,335,000 voters this fall, of number 1,347,000 will bo cast by women, and 3,650,000 will be cast by new voters. PARCELS POST Postmaster General Hitchcock Is planning to put tho Parcels Post system Into operation as soon as possible. He Is already conferring with the Intelligent advocates among natlva Inter-stat- o Commission, Commerce workers and that to this end there resecting rates. to must bo a school planted in which Ho anticipates great benefit ouths should bo instructed, not only the people and financial support to In tho principles of tho natural sci- the post office department. ences, but also In tho principles of THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN liberty and Justice. Tho President decs not expect to Teachers known to be In sympa- enter Into a stumping campaign. Ho thy with this object wero Invited to told his friends that he would do conduct this school. Among these practically no talking on political was J. A. R. Rogers whose labors sublects unless organizations visited gavo special interest and attraction him at Beverley or other engage to this school. Persons In this and ments turned Into political meetings. adjoining counties who were In symELECTION BRIBE CASES IN pathy with the object and who desVIRGINIA ired the advantage ot a good school Judge Henry Skcen ho was began to buy lots In and near to by Gov. "Mann of Virginia, to Berea, erect houses and help build try tho wholesale election bribery up tho town. So also friends came cases In the n counties from tho East, the west, and the of Virginia, has concluded his work Aggregated, as they were, North. with honor. Charges were made ot around a common principle and n wholesale bribery. A special grand common object, they became a homoJury found that votes In thU section geneous and pleasant community, wero belne bought by hundreds. For chuttiug out at tho same tlmo in. Indicted persons confessed. temperance, sabbath desecration and They wero fined or Imprisoned and other forms of Immorality. nil have been disfranchised. Forty-thrIn accordance with a. previously excases wero dismissed. All perpressed purpose to build Bomewhere sons entering tho court room were In tho Interior ot tho state, a college Repeated marched for weapons. for the education of the youth of threats were made that tho Judgo the land, early In tho autumn of would never live to finish tho trials, 185$ a meeting ot friends was held, but ho knw how to deal with his principles discussed, a constitution crowd. The previous extract from this .Mr. Fee on the fourth of July 1S7G explained the locating of tho town and the origin of tho name, Berea. In tho fall of 18)1 Mr. Feo moved from Lewis County exto this place. Tho following tract which describes tho beginning of a school fitly comes In this edu- to his Information. Col. Roosevelt knew that S100.000 of Standard Oil money had been received and spent before he wrote a letter declining to receive Standard Oil contributions and that George W. Perkins and his assistants stood ready to guarantee to secure tho nomination of Roosevelt by the regular Republican party for this campaign. To both these statements Mr. Roosevelt entered n as denial and characterizes them falsebeing deliberate and wilful cational number. R. Robertson. "Soon a school house was planted; had not In the village plot which been laid off on low lands In tho (lades, but upon the plateau south of the glades. This being a higher, drier and more beautiful site, nearer also to the center of tho circle ot friends of freedom It was to build the church house of the village on tho plateau where tho Ullage now stands. Soon, It was manifest that a gosp;l of Justice and Impartial love, a gospel so radically different from the prevailing sentiment and organic law find of tho land, to succeed must J. MAGISTRATES COURTS An energetic movement has been started In Loulsvlllo to correct abus es In tho Magisterial Courts of Jef ferson County.' It Is charged that tho Squires are exceeding the law In extorting a two dollar feo for a bond Instead of tho fifty cents provided by statutes, also that arrests are mado and tho cases dismissed after a bond feo of two dollars had been collected. Further In a long list of cases that wero tried by the Magistrates Courts tho findings wero usually for tho plaintiff who Is thus encouraged in doing business with these particular magistrates. Tho efforts of tho movement Is to abolish the pernicious feo system. ' CHAMP CLARK TO SPEAK Tho Speaker ot the Houso of Representatives, Hen. Champ Clark, is announced to speak In Lexington at the opening of tho Democratic campaign, Sept. 19th. RAILROAD THRU THE MOUNTAINS 1,000 laborers havo been put to work on tho extension of tho Carolina, Cllnchfleld and Ohio Railroad from Danto, Va., to Elkhorn City, Ky. This road will give a southern outlet for Kentucky coal to Tidewater. tunnels ia There will be thlrty-clgthe forty miles of road. Ono of these tunnels will bo four miles In length. PLOT AGAINST JOHNSON Reports fvom Washington state that a plot was discovered to kill Representative Johnson, of Kentucky, who Is chairman ot the Houso Commltteo on tho District of, Columbia. Certain crooked lntorests In Washington aro desirous of getting rid of him becauso of bis opposition to their methods. NIGHT RIDERS ACTIVE Night riders have again becomo actlvo In Trigg, Lyon nnd Caldwell Counties, thus far confining their ht operations to threatening letters and endeavoring to force farmers to Join tho Farmers Association. WHISKEY ACT MUTILATED been discovered that tho Forst bill, passed by the last assemb ly, known as Senate bill 120, has been mutilated thru tho carelessness cf official clerks who omitted tho word 'delivery in enrolling tho bill. This will materially weaken tho usefulness of tho bill. KENTUCKY EXPERIMENT STATION The Kentucky Experiment farm will for the present bo directed In Its operations by Dr. A. M. Peter, with the aid ot an advisory council. KENTUCKY OIL FIELDS A new company In tho Wnyuo and McCreary County Oil field havo mado oil a contract for drilling fifteen wells in tho nowcr portions of tho field. 'Many new wells will bo drilled In Ohio and Hart counties. Operators aro In Knox County starting new work, also In Floyd County n few wells will bo drilled. Crude oil Is firm at 91 ccnta per barrel. GAME SEIZURES Gamo Wardens In a recent raid on Kentucky river fishermen confiscated so many Illegal nets that -- It has ed south-easter- ty-ni- ee (Continued on Page Seven) Tho New Dairy Darn. Kducatlon that Educates. PAGE SIX Serial Story. PAGE SEVEN Intensive Farming Sermon. Who should enter tho Academy. PAGE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky News. A PAN ORAM 10 VI IW OP THK NORTH tlOC Of THI COI.lt OK CAMPUS they had carry tho them was fifty nets to charter a towboat to nets to Frankfort. Among a 200 foot river seine, over in all wero taken. FagC 1W0. J.11U. OUItiL.n Rvr irood ,.MMMMMMaMaaaaaM.MaMaaM.MM, to build for tho future, and If they cducato their children In Utls way, they In turn will so educate that they will ti,v oeo thnt tho farm Is a good plnco to llvo nnd moat of them will remain Is thoro. Tho hopo of our country prosperous nnd happy farmer nnd tho his family. wishes August 29, 1912. The Citizen A father and mother iNTCKiATlONAL I family newspaper for ill that It right, true and Interesting. rubtlshtd erjr Thurndajr t nere a, Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO. 3 isIIIIIIIIIIIIIy nil FRANK E. HOWARD, Ph. D., J. (Incorporate!) P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. Subscription Ratos rAVAIII.1t IN ADVANCK One Year Alt Months Three Month! of Clark University, take up the work of Militant Dean In the Normal Department and Profeuor of Education. soNMrsaiooL Lesson mr H. O. BELI.EnS. Dlractsf of Rranlnc Department, The Moodr Dlbla InatltuU, Chicago.), ! "JcV 'm 60 By Livb' with Him" Oy Howard E. Tnylor lessoTfoTsef DEATH OF JOHN . . JJ dflDrai FRANK MONTGOMERY, M. S., Is the new Instructor in Animal Husbandry and Special InHe is supported vestigator. by the College and U. S. Department of Agriculture Jointly. manly Somo years ago a group of discussing tho exemplary toys stood "He's llfo of an absent comrado. ono of tho finest fellows lu Just school," said one. "Yes," said, "Evorybody likes hint nnd ho "1 tH U so gcnulno nnd sincere." a third, "Thoro has jou." said a thnt wonderful chango como over why fellow slnco ho first canio here; Ideas, nt homo ho had tho wildest wanted to ho a Jimmy Swagger or n THE BAPTIST or KtpreM Money Rend money by Order. Draft, ReglitereiJ Utter, or one and two cent uttmpi. The date after your name on label ahowa to what date your aulwcrlptlon l paid H It not changed within three week after renewal notify ua. Mlmlne numbert wilt be gladly aupplled ir we are notified. fine rremluma slven for new utwcrlptlona end prompt renewal. Send for Premium I.Ut Liberal terma given to any who obtain new aubcrlptlona for ua. Any one aendlnK u Tour yearly airtwerlpllona ran receive The Cltif en free lor hfmelf for one year Advertising rales on application. MCMnm I.ESHON TEXT Mark CJOt.DKN TEXT "ll thou faithful unto dfath, and I will tv th tha crown ot Ufa." HaV. M0. op Frank E. Howard, Ph.D. Frank Montgomery, M.S. 3. Gcnoral Pedagogy. A knowledgo of principles Is necessary for success in any art or sclencp. A teacher tuny scmctlmes meet with sumo success without much training, but such success is nlwns duo to his unconsciously following methods directly in harmony with certnln fundamental principles. Whllo nn exhaustive knowledgo of psychology la not necessary In order to succeed ns a teacher, a knowledge of tho moro elemental facte of our psychic, llfo nnd their educational application will give one Independence of Judgment nnd a resouiccfuluess which can nav-- r be attained by tho teacher who l not sure of his ground. Sonieono has well said that American pedagogy has in tho Boa of been "water-logge- d opinion." Now ono man's opinion Is ns good as another's pud It Is only careful Investigation that counts lu education as in other sclonccs. A preat deal of excellent work has been dono In recent years to put pedagogy on a scientific basis. Thu Training the Teacher By Frank E. Howard Tho large number of teachers eue.i lu our public schools gen- vimr. tho low salaries, and tho oral lack of uniform requirements among tho educational systems i our various states, hao In the past militated ngainst high btandards of professional preparation. By Its intrinsic merits, teaching is a proles-loJust as truly as law or medicine and some technical training Is necessary to the highest success and largest usefulness in this great field of human service. Our own state ns well as others Is rapidly recognizing the necessity of trained teachers in our schools and gradually will Increase tho requirements for professional preparation. The teacher ol sound pedagogical training will bo moro and more In demand. With this in mind wo havo outlined briefly some of tho essentials of a teacher's professional equipment. A thorough Why Study Agriculture Dy Frank Montgomery wonderful Notwithstanding tho ii.niiiiracturitiK and coimuerlcil devillomnonts of tho last forty jears, the tho fact remains that agriculture Is nil Important Industry. Boy" and girls havo hurried eft to tho cities to seek .their fortuues, not realizing tho forin tunes they aro leaving behind tho old farm. This Is truo to such extent that far too few strong youn hands nro left to bow nnd harvest tho crops and care for tho livestock. Tho rural population Is decreasing oVcr much of tho eastern half of tho United States whllo tho cities nro growing rapidly. Theso city people must havo more and moro to cat every year. Where Is It to como I Tommy Tough. You know, what mean, follows. Ho was Just swing tho band." wild oats to "Well," Nilil n fourth, "It's largely that he's changed duo to Max round so." "How's that?'' responded the group. "Why. Jcs' by llvln with 1 lw-- II. KKNTUCKY I'RKSS ASSOCIATION. him." "You see It was this way. Ma knew thnt ho was a Wttlo wild, but somehow ho llkrd him and encouraged him to como nnd room with him; and that's tho wholo story. Ho Just gavo up his wild Ideas and tried to Imltato Max ycu seo what hnp-pewhen a fellow tries to do whnt's right ills lnflucnco Just spreads nnd pprends." o This Is a truo story of Berea lf nnd an I write It I ask life, tho queotton: "Aro tho fellows helped or hindered Jea by llvln1 with me!" Environment la a big word nnd moans "llvln' with." After making n careful visitation to several similar Institutions of learning I am prepared to say emphatically that nowhere In tho United Stnttti havo young men nnd women a moro select environment than In Herea. Students) nro interested In enrh other nnd help to Is Inspire each his brother. Berea full of Inspiration. Ono breathes !t In tho air. In theso times when so many facilities exist for acquiring knowledgo there Is no oxcuso for Ignorance, and no man can expect to lw a ower In tho world who dees not develop his Intellect to tho fullest capacity. Pover ty constitutes no bar to learning. 'Many a man who has nscendd to tho highest pinnacle of influence learned his letters by the pale beams of tho moon or by tho flickering light of a log fire. Physical Infirmity Is not a barrlor Homer and to mental Improvement. Milton wero blind. Lowly circumstances cannot repress mental endeavors. Aesop was a humpbacked slava. A la to president of ono of our great universities was a poor friendless boy who knew not his father or mother, end who, when tho no linnd of charity found him, had friend on earth. Tho ago is an ago of brain. It J power 13 seen and felt everywhere. Careful association and brain cultifrom vation lifted Abo Lincoln tho swamps of Illinois to tho Whllo House, Andrew Johnson from tho tailor's board to tho highest position In America, Ben Franklin from tho prln-tor- 's press to tho court of Kings, Kog-e- r Sherman from tho cobbler's bench to tho halls of Congress. A few general rules will help ns In our proper Dclectlon of environment and companions. First. Bo careful where you find your associates. (Berea boys and girls are all hero for a purpose.) Second, Select no person for a constant nssoclato whoso Character Is less reputable than your own. (Herea strives to weed out all undcslrablo associates.) Third, Surrender at onco nn acquaintance which when formed" proves to bo injurious. (Berea o Y. M. C. A. helps to set btandCol-Hgmy-ceCol-leg- The Scholar in Politics Surely tlio ccliolar Is now In politic? Woodrow Wilson is credited with ten published works, among these his llvo volume History of the- American ConPeople, and the volumes on gressional and Constitutional Government. Numerous magazine articles are However to bo added to the list. books wcro to bo expected of him ns ho was a college professor and President. But President Taft has six volumes to hla credit and various mnsazlno articles. Ills publications are mostly upon legal and political themes. Roosevelt lads tho procession, how published thirty-fou- r ever, with books. Tho most popular of these aro his' books upon Hunting. Several training in tho branches or them aro historical studies. Aslda .'s taught Is so necessary that It on political tonfrom theso they are prcsunnosed and v,o shall confine ics. After writing theso he took to to tho purely professional preEditorial work. There is certainly man of literary paration. political hope for tho 1. Knowledgo of Children. tastes and habits. If the workers In steel, bronze, nnd accurBoys and Girls Do Not Go to gold, etc., need a minute Why ate knowledgo of tho physical proSchool perties of metal they aro manipulatBy D. Walter Morton ing how much more is It necessary something for tho teacher to know the body, mind and soul of the me conabout This question has given study has siderable thought the past two growing child. Modern childconcerning I have talked with a brought out many facts years and hithernumber of young folks asking then child life and nature that have understood, to glvo mo their reasons why they to been Ignored or poorly think boys and girls do not want to and It is tho recognition of these that has made tho difference between go to school. One of tho first given mo wa3, that students do tho old and tho new education. The trainnot realize the value of an educa- successful teacher must be a child-hoo- d of tion. The answer to this question you ed and sympathetic observer through whera and youth and it is only will find in another column of an training and practice that ho can actho real value and usefulness teacheducation Is discussed. The editorial quire this skill. The untrained er does not know what to look for nlso discusses this matter. One of the saddest cases I know nor how to interpret or utilize the Is that of a young person of my ac- facte ho does observe. Such trainquaintance who has bad all tho ad- ing not only gives the teacher a eduvantages of a largo city school sys- broader outlook on child llfo and meettem and who has failed to take ad- cation, but also gives skill In vantage of this privilege. At eight- ing actual conditions of tho schoolin een years of age this young per- room. Children differ greatly son Is unable to find a position simp- temperament and no child has characteristics throughout his ly thru lack of preparation, and lack Tho boy of fourteen cf development. of preparation Is due to want may be as different from the same energy nnd appreciation. In putting this question to two boy at ten as two boys not of tho joung folks I said, "Do you not same family." To be able to anticieluthink it is because boys and girls pate and meet these various and sive changes will enable tho teacharo lazy and Indifferent that they of do not go to school and better pre- er to avoid many mistakes that pare themselves to do life's work?" ten result seriously not only to Immediately the two young folks that himself alone but to the child in said well I had addressed said "No, It Is not rniestlon. Some ono has Indifference, but that there is nothing In tho universe lack of Interest and leally because they do not know so worthy of reverence ns .tho body nnd soul of a growing child-- If they any better." they are may have been nro worthy of rovcrenco Such an excuse given fifty years ago when such surely worthy of careful study. 2. History of Education. schools as Berea College were only beginning and when all thru the An intelligent appreciation of tho mountains there were few schools, significance of his own work and prothe fession Is a prime requisite for tho and poor ones at that. With the advantages of today tho excuse, Inspiring teacher. A study of "they do not know any better" can- great educational movements and reforms of tho nast gives a broad out not bo given. Last spring I took a trip thru throe look and enables ono to see what of tho mountain states of tho south forces havo been most effectlvo and nnd I actually canio across two dif- wherein the greatest mistakes havo ferent cases where the parents of been mado. A knowledge of tho tho young people stood in their way lives and labors of such educational and would not let them go to school reformers as Coracnlus, Festalozzl, to receive an education, and per- Frocbel, and Horaco Mann is a never haps this Is one reason, and a truo fnlllng source of Inspiration nnd feels ono In many Instances In tho past to tho teacher who nnd In the case of tho two young that ho Is working under difficulties. folks whom I have mentioned abovo. And besides, tho lnflucnco of such Tho parents of these young folks educators Is still seen In our schools. said, "All tho learning a girl needs There nro few of tho great principle In a dlshpan nnd and of modern education which wero not by they havo been keeping their daugh- anticipated in a general way ter from study so far as they wero Comcnlus. much cf the enrichment ct nblo by hlndeiing her In every way. cur clomentury work has been qulto I am able to tell you that that directly duo to the lntluonco of tho young lady, because sho intends teachings of Herbert and Frocbel. having an education, will this fall While tho history of education may liavo to leavo home and never re- not bear bo directly on the work turn, but how much more useful sho of the classroom It Is a branch of could bo In her home community with professional culture of which no progressive teachor can afford to bo her education and training. Ignorant. (Continued on rage Three) our-fi'ilvnnl-fro- m e" fiomt Two things must bo done. Wo must learn how to mako our farms produce nnd more; and more of tho boys girls must bo convinced that they are better off to stay on tho farm. The study of agriculture Is tho chief means by which theso ends may be accomplished. Ono of tho first lessons to learn Is how to mako and keep our land fertile. Our fathers and grandfathers had so much land they could nfford to nbandon an old worn out Hold, clear up Bomo now land and farm that. But theso big farms havo bwn divided up among tho children till most of us only havo n few fields, nnd wo must make them produce our living, educate cur children, and provide comfort for our declining )ears. Tills Beems almost Impossible, but thousands hao learned tho lesson, and tho three or four old worn out fields nro now yielding moro than grandfather's big farm did. The old Indian Chief Squnnto tnuRht a good lesson In enriching tho nJl when ho burled tho fish with his faoo seed corn and bade tho palo watch it grow. Tho National Government, the State Experiment Stateach tions, nnd our colleges that agriculture havo spent much tlmo nnd money to discover how best to mako tho soil more fertile, by rotating crops, saving tho manure, determining what fertilizers to buy and what ones not to buy. Tho wlso fathers nnd tho wlso boys are tho ones that plan and racrlflce to get to tho school where they can learn not Only about soil fertility, but also how best to prepare tho ground for planting, what crops nro best adapted to certain boIIs, how to cultlvato and harvest tho crops so ns to get tho largest yield with tho least labor, and then how to select and caro for tho next year's sfed. When theso lessons nro learned Uio boy should como back home and apply them so that fifty bushels of corn will grow on tho acre tint now produces twcnty-flvand a ton of hay will grow where half a ton now grows. What has been said of crops U equally Important In regard to livestock. Wo must always bear In mind that it costs no moro to keep a cow that will glvo twenty quarts of milk a day than ono that gives six: nnd that It costs much less to pro-dua 1000 pound two year old steer than a threo year old that weighs no moro, and thnt It costs less to iroduco a 200 pound hog In eight months than ono no larger In eighteen months. It Is a part of tho study of agriculture to learn how to Improve our breeds of stack so they will do these very things, nnd then how to feed and caro for them e as to get tho largest returns for our e, co THOS.A EDWARDS Supt Foundation School teacher who gets Into the spirit jut this work will put himself in tho of a learner and become more critical in the acceptance of methods. Practlco Teaching. A soldier never knows Just how It will feol to bo under fire until lie has been In battle. Llkowiso a prospective teacher doss not know Just how ho will appear when ho faces a class for the first time. Teaching is an art which must bo learned by patience and practlco and tho most promising young person may mako mistakes in his first attempts. Teaching under the guldanco of an experienced critic Is ono of tho most val Ohio and Indlspenslblo features of of pny course In tho preparation teachers. Even teachers of somo experience will find that work under it skillful critic 13 well worth white. for Somo latitude should bo given originality on Uie part of tho stucriticism must dent teacher r.nd-tbe positive as well as negative. A careful training along tho lines 4. ho The story ot Hamlet and Banquo's ghost Is no moro vivid or dramatio than tho story of tho tragedy of John the Baptist. "And King Horod henrd of him, v. 4. Ot courso Herod would hear of tho riling young cousin of John who wns creating such a stir throughout Galileo. His coarso, sinful, licentious, heart cringed nt tho rebuke of such a llfo of purity, ono that performed so many good deeds, ono who wns constantly ministering to others ns contrasted with tho llfo ot Herod, who only ministered to his own sclflshM lusts. Smnll wonder he should oxW claim, "It Is John whom I beheaded," nnd ono can hear In fancy tho riling tide of terror that surged through his heart ns ho must hnvo screamed, "He Tho first Is risen from the dead!" thro verses of tho lesson nro a vivid picture of how tho famo of this young tho conscience-stricke-n affected Galilean usurper nnd upon tho throno. Who wns this Hcroai in tuo iirsi place, ho was guilty of tho sin of Incest, for ho had married tho wife ot his brother Philip, who was still living. From verso eighteen of tho lesson we learn further that tho bold and courageous John had rebuked him of this evil nnd ss a result Herod had cast him Into prison, and though he may hnvo desired, yet ho did not as yet daro to take his llfo. Added to this Is tho anger of a sinful woman. John a Juit Man. This precipitated a war which resulted In tho overthrow and utter lots of tho army belonging to the father of Herod's lawful wife. Why did Herod hesitate to comply with all that Herodlns desired? Verso 10 tells us, becauao John "was n Just mnn nnd nn holy." Righteousness Is often a man's surest safeguard. Herod was not altogether dovold of conscience as wo havo already seen, nnd this Is further evldenco of that fact. Verse 20 adds that when Horod henrd him ho wns "perplexed and heard him glaillr" Wo bellevo thnt Herod was seeking somo sort of a recanting upon tho pnrt of John, thnt ho was glad (anxious) to hear from his lips somo sort of statement that would Justify his liberation and was perplexed over tho perslstcnco of John, who, though In prison, never for ono moment lowered his standnrd of divlno righteous-ness- , nor trimmed his sails so as to rntch tho wind of Herod's popular favor. That this was John's attitude nnd that it was known to Hrrodlas If evident from tho beginning of tho vorso 21, "and when a convenient day Herodlas was nil too wns come." ready and willing to sclxo her opportunity. To evldenco her depths of depravity nnd nlso her anxiety, noto that Herodlas was willing to sacrifice tho mod rsty of her own daughter to gain her end. Tho um of tho word "herself r. 22 n. V., Is evldenco that it was an unusual thing for this daughter ot a queen thus to exhibit herself. Now note the oath ot tho liquor and king. What on appalling request. What a terrible consequence. What lengths men will go to "keep their word" given thoughtlessly or uttered In tho beat ot passion. This Is one ot the blackest pictures ot history. A licentious potentate, a rebuked but vtndlctlvo Queen, slave ot theso samo passions. guilty-heartelust-drive- IIOONE TAVKKN outlined abovo 13 essential to equip a teacher with a good working knowis ledge of what education really and how It Is best accomplished. To bo sure tho personality of tho teacher and his general culture aro lm jortant factors In his success, bit even with tho finest of nativo endowments ho will rail of his highest efficiency If he lacks technical training. Tho course given In tho Normal Department of Berea college provlda for amplo training In professional subjects and at tho samo tlmo offers many opportunities for liberal culture. Onco to every man and nation Comes tho moment to decldo, In the Btrlfo of truth or falsehood, For tho good or evil side. Lowell ; ftcd and labor. But tho most Important lesson of all taught In our agricultural courso Is that farming Is Just as honorablo as any other occupation or profession In which a young man can cngagi. Wo teach how by tho use of Improved machinery, careful selection of seed, bettor breeds of animals, and tho adoption of as careful business methods as tho merchant follows, tho former may bo prosperous nnd yet have much time for social, Intellectual and religious enjoyment. the onds ot a murderous mother. fearless saint who had a great mcssago from a great God, nnd with, out halting, hesitnncy or compromise continued to deliver that messngo till stricken down In tho midst ot nn orgy of passion. Herod's sorrow was not "unto repontnnco" (v. 20) but rather that of a guilty conscience. Wo need now to return again to the first vorso of tho lesson and wo can well bcllevo It must have been a sad ards.) FoUrth, Havo no associates whom wall, "Ho Is risen" (v. 16). History tells us Herod lost his kingdom and you would bo unwilling to Introduce that ho and Herodlas died In cxllo. to your friends, and whoso character Let us turn from this awful picture you would uot wl3h to havo known t nnd look nt John. How different. Thus your relatives. (Thousands of Ken- dies ho who was tho greatest born of tucky boys and girls recall with prldo a woman. Thus died ono who da rod to robuko evil In high places. One tho old associates of Berea.) save not Uso common senso In Fifth, tho who would ono compromlso to unto his llfo, and who was faithful selection of friends. Strangers comdeath (see tho Golden Text). Can we ing to visit Borca are sometimes hosltata to bellovo that John received high moral standards his crown? amazed at tho of tho students. H Is cosily explainA suggested outllno for this lesson Is ns follows: ed when It la understood that tho doT. A Terror-8trlcke-n Conselonce minating Influence of almost tho ontlro student body Is tho porsounl v. companionship of ono young man ' I. Jesus' name spread abroad, T. 14. 2. Men sought to explain Jesus, v. whoso personal friendship lost your 15. 0 v.as known nnd appreciated by 8. Herod's guilty conscience, v. 10, per cent of our College His nnmo Is II. A Wicked Woman' Hatred. v JESUS CI I HI ST. Ho sits an Invited guest at ovory meal, Is Invited to 1. The effect ot righteous lite. 2. Herod's downward stops. prcsldo over every public meeting or III. The End of Faithful Preachentertainment, never obtrudes Him-sol- f, but most willingly fratcrnlzM er, v. 1. Herod's wicked oath. with all who express any ullghtejt 2. John's penalty (2 Tim. need of Ills help. A godly, 14-117-220-2- Not Real Sorrow. Tho child of tho home thrust forth before tho gazo ot tho court to help e August ag, IQI2. What Keatacky Demands of Her Teachers By John E. Cslfee Tho pioneer day when a young man without knowlcdgo or skill had fair opportunlcs (or success aro days forever gono. There Is no conceivable dcvlco by which a farmer using a crooked stick for a plow can (Conducted by the Notional Woman's bo mndo as efficient a farmer as tho Christian Temperance Union.) man fartnlng with modern plows. Neither. Is thcro nny contrlvanoo WHY ONE MAN QUIT DRINKING known to man by which an Ignorant man can bo mndo to compcto aid Tramp With Dloodihot Eyts, Bloated Buccccd as men of skill and personal attainments da. Tho skill ot tho Face, Doott Mlsmsted and Filthy Clothing Wat Qood Lesson. surgeon would never havo existed but for tho brightening of his mind A professional gentleman, who wna by education. At any Iron mill you to taking hi accustomed morning sco ono man with an electro magglass, stepped Into a inloon, and goIron ing up to the bar called tor whisky., net unloading a car load of A seedy Individual stepped up to htm and aald: "I sajr, squire, can't you aak an unfortunate fellow to Join you?" Ha wbi annoyed by the man'i famll larlty and roughly told him, "I amj not in tne habit or drinking with high-minde- THE CITIZEN. Page Three. lng scientific agriculture, fruit nnd stock raising. They should lead In political llfo and In every thing that makes for better Industrial and social conditions. A collcgo education Is not to tnko tho boy or girl from his mountain homo by giving him something that would not bo of uso to him thero but It Is to show him that his best opportunity Is right In that mountain homo and to glvo him tho training to uso It to advantage. Berea Collego Is especially adapted to meet this need. It was founded for thcso mountain boys and girls and Is maintained tor them. Its teachers nro trained to glvo them tho lest thero Is, Its Library Is unsurpassed In tho state, Its laboratories nro equipped for first class work; Its lecturo courses bring to tho student at a nominal cost tho best THE TRESPASSER. New York tenement where 96 cents for the gns meter la a problem and rent day la a tragedy a poor wo man drew on her meager savings of dimes and pennies to summon a doctor for her baby, whose suffering was In tense, The doctor said the babe mnst have the fresh nlr of the parks. Whereupon tho mother took tho child to Central park, which, valued by financiers ns worth n billion dollars, belongs to tho people of New York. She saw nn unoccupied lawn and took her baby there. Mother and child lay down upon tho grass in the shade and soon were both asleep. Scarcely were the slumbers begun thnn tho majesty of the law appeared. A park policeman awoke tho tired mother, worn by tho sleepless nights In tho hot tenement, nnd demanded her nnmo nnd address. lie placed her un der arrest nnd notified her to appear next morning In the court Terrified and weary, tho poor mother went back to the stuffy, noisome "homo" to spend another sleepless OUR TEACHERS' DEPARTMENT Edited by Prof. Charles D. Lewis tn The Window Garden I havo wondered many times whether thcro aro any captlvo grassIn hoppers, lizards, crawfish, eta, tho schools of Eastern Kentucky as a result ot tho suggestion mado la Teachers Department regarding tho "Hural School Menagerie." Trusting that tho seed sown then may havo born fruit, I will further euggest a Botanical Garden for our rural schools. Now a Botanlcnl Oar-de- n Is from strango and beautiful plants Whllo every comer of tho globe. bo our Kentucky schools may not ablo to havo plants "from ovcry corner of tho globe-- ' growing in them, nro thoy all can havo plants which ' strango ami beautiful." Nothing Is needed but a will tn do and n llttlo forethought and effort to havo tho boauty and Interest perof nny school Increased many cent In n few days. To start this work you will need tho following nrtlclcs: 1 enthusiastic teacher. 8 boys and girls, 8 old tomato cans with enough coll to fill them. Somo colored wrapping paper from a storo. Seeds of corn, wheat, beans, pumpkins and with this material you can grow plants "strango and beautiful" In each Window of your school house. theso You may not think that plants aro In tho least strango to tho country child, but let them grow nnd watch them for a few woek3 and you will find that not ono pupil out of ton haa really ever seen them growing. a placo whero nro grown trampa." The tramp replied: "You need not my be ao cranky and friend. I venture to say that I am of Juit aa good family aa you are, hate Juit a good an education, and before I took to drink was juit ai reapectable aa you are. What ta more, I always knew how to act the gentleman. Take my word for It, you stick to John barleycorn, and he wfll 1 bring you to Jjit the tame place I am." lsaHTOrVW MISS UOWEHSOX Dean of Women Struck with hit words, the gentleman tet down hit glatt and turned to look at him. His eyes were blood (hot, his face bloated, his boots his clothing filthy. "Then wae It drinking that made you like thlaT "Yes, It was, and It will bring you to the same If you stick to it" Ticking up his untouched glatt, he poured the contenta upon the floor and tald, 'Then It's time I quit," and left the saloon, never to enter It again. mis-mate- d, bars In two hours, ho docs tho work of ten men without tho bending of a back. Education multiplies man's powers. Tbo educated mind catenas tho wind In sails and forces it to haul tho couiuicrco of tho seas. It Imprisons tho steam in tho englno rnd forces it to carry man over tho land and across tho ocean. Kentucky spends moro than $3,000,-00- 0 annually to put a limited education within tho reach of tho poorest end best children of tho stato. An army of teachers nro paid to train children for honeot citizenship and deIntelligent Industry. Tho stato mands that each teacher makes a thorough prcporotlon for his high, ond respouslblo calling. Tho teachers havo been entrusted with tho con-t'secret of human progress. Tho child and his training aro placed at tho mercy of his teacher. Tho Jack ot knowlcdgo and skill on tho part of Just ono district teacher can thwart. tho purpoco of tho stato la that school and bring stagnation uptho on bis community and dwarf child's llfo and Itn futuro ot promts.). 'Books aro only ono kind of tools used In training for usefulness and liapplncso. Tho teacher Is expected ho to know thoroughly tho books teaches and a grcnt many other good books. With nil tho abundant opportunities nnd facilities for Fccurlns a.,1n.1l.l trnlnlni. fnr thn r.illlni nf ...... ...r. nfll- l.l.l'. .....ii.i.r, a teacher It 13 nothing less than criminal neglect to fall to bo thoroughly fitted for tho responsible leadership In giving tho children f tho common-wrait- h their first great inspiration nnd lmpul80 for hlghmlnded and efficient citizenship. al 4b - MUCH DRINKING IN COLLEGES y With tho material at hand let o. President Sehurman of Cornell Unlver-tltHat Come Out Flatfooted for Total Abstinence. "President Jacob Gould Bchurman of Cornell haa come out flatfooted for prohibition In hit school of learning. Alcoholism among tbo ttudents, he says Is on the Increase, and thould bo stopped beforo It goes any further. While President Bchurman does not say that drinking among the students Inevitably brings disastrous or sorlous consequences, ho does bellovo that the man who Is trying to got the fullest value from his studies should be a total abstainer. Therefore, tho leaders among tho upper classmen should nev- er bo they pet tho example and tho fashion for tho cntlro Institution, and their word Is, In somo respects, almost law. If a young student finds that his social position or his pcrsonnl prcstlgo Is strengthened by drinking, ho will drink, no mnttcr what tho effect Is upon his work. The situation at Cornell merely emphasizes tho ancient fact that tho majority of young m"en do not drink through any great appetlto for liquid allurement, but because It becomes almost an essential part of their social Mn In any drinking resort, each can bo taken, by ono or two pupils as may seem best, to decor-ntTho paper may bo put on smooth, crimped, puffed, scolloped, ruffled, In nny combinations of color avallablo nnd desired, to suit tho tasto of tho decorators. In this way very pretty much flower pots may bo made, prettier than tho ones you would buy. Bcforo putting In tho soil mako a few holes as largo as n lead pencil In tho bottom of each can. Thts Is for drainage, and tho lesson as to why soil should bo drained ought to bo Impressed. When water stands In tho soil air Is excluded and nlr In tho soil la an necessary to tho plant as water Itself. It might bo well for ono can to bo left without holer so that tho results may bo Now fill each can with earth, but Into half ot them mix somo kind ot manuro or commercial fertilizer. If success In a "business course," nnd young pooplo of today who would enter tho business world with any hope of great success must havo tho best ot education to fit them for their work. Thero Is no better placo to get this special business education and training than In tho Business School of Berea College. Modern equipment, experienced teachers, varied courses to suit Individual needs, and tho lowtho est expenses of any school In country, nil theso comblno to placo tho Business School of Berea Collego far ahead ot even tho best business colleges ot this region. Tho courses for tho coming school year will bo better than ever before. An additional teacher has bwn making It posslblo to emplyed doublo tho tlmo- - devoted to book, keeping and shorthand. Hereafter, stv dents In tho Business School will on spend half of each school day bcokkecplng or shorthand, and tho remaining half day on such studies well manure Is used It should bo rotted, It fertilizer Is used, require tho analysis on tho tag or sack. Tho children must be taught to think of manuro as food for tho plant and why It Is so. Bocauso It Is plant tlssuo which tho animal has torn put down by digestion, and when back In tho sqll plants tnko it and mako It Into their tissues onco moro for tho nnlmals again to feed upon. In caso of a commercial fertilizer U used, you must tell them that thrco plant foods are needed by most soils. Nitrogen tho nbsenco of which tho mokes tho leaves yellow and stems slim, Phosphorous, which helps greatly In making tho seeds of ell plants, and Potash, which makes the stems strong. When all Is ready for tho seed, plant a fertilized and a can with tho samo kind of seed, putting U10 samo kind and number iu tho each, so that both will havo eamo chanco to grow. Set tho cans and In tho windows, keep watered watch for tho first peeping of tho From baby plant through tho soil. this on tho chief thing Is to watch, discuss, and write. Do not neglect tho last point. Every nature lesson to bo completo must bo a languago ot lesson as well. Otherwlso much tho clearness and forco of lmpressloa will bo lost for lack of expression. In connection with theso growing a plants It will bo well to mako seed test ot ono or more kinds ot seeds used. To do this get a flat box about 1 foot cquaro and a few Inches deep. Fill It with saw dust Lay to within an Inch of tho top. over this a square of chceso cloth marked off Into 2 Inch squares with a lead pencil. If different kinds of seeds or cars of corn aro to bo tested, placo six to twenty seeds in each with cquaro numbering tho squaro tho fcune number as tho ear from which tho corn Is taken, if testing corn. When nil are In placo lay another squaro of choeso cloth upon with .ho seed and fill to tho top saw dust. Soak tho wholo with watTho top er and watch for results. cloth with tho duct upon It can bo lifted off nnd tho seeds observed. Encourago tho children, not merely to wrlto about what they observe, but to draw what they seo as well. Now, my dear teacher, do not think that this Is too much work. Your effort along this line will mako languago and dlsclpllno easier, and your ray by Increasing tho "Tho be3t Itemcmber, attendance. way Is tho easiest way," In tho long j run, and "You can If you will." night In tho morning she left her baby with a neighbor and appeared before the magistrate, whero she confessed to tho heinous crime of trespassing on the people's premises. Tho court fined her $t Weeping, the woman said the doctor's bill nnd taken all her savings, whereupon she was remanded to Jail. As she started to go with the police IlEV. CHARLES F. HUBBARD. D.D. Dean of College Department so What the By College Offers Department J. R. Robertson duties. WOMEN AND CHILDREN FIRST. "Wornm and children flrstl" This It the law of trie eei: Hut why not make It th nil wherever a man may Im? Let It become, the law where, roletereni quench their thtnt: Emblainn It over the bar 'Tha womtn and children first.' Th man who Is atacKertne; horn, havtnf squandered hla weekly wasa. May dream of heroic deeds and hla nam on th printed pas;: He may Ions' for th chanc to prove, ality. where worae haa come to th worat. That h has the strength tn asy: "Th women and children fir it." IJut why on the tea alone, or only whan dancer rlaT Why not wher the light are bright, why not where temptation Ileal Doei he who Is boaatlns wher he linger to quench hi thirst Bee, ihlnlng over th bar: "Th women ami children firitr" Th world will have fewer cares and there will be few that sigh. And fow will alt tn the dark and hope- leay wonder why. And few will bemoan their fat or fancy themaelvea accurat Whan all men obey the law) "Th woman and children tint." 8. E. Kleer In Ilecord Herald, Chicago. Customs Confiscate Win. Tho Paris customs authorities recently seized 3,000,000 liters of adulterated wlno and threw It into tho Canal du Midi. Aa a result thousands of dead fish havo been of lata found floating about tho Canal and the Porto da Cette. It Is estimated that tha canal and port have been depopulated of fish for two years at least Buch Is the havoo wrought by the adulterated alcoholto beverago Intended for human consumption. Meanwhile, the havoo wrought by the inspected product continues with all too Thcso nro momentous days in which thoso who aro planning on teaching next year should bo deciding upon conio grcnt school whero they will enter school this fall nnd winter In which to develop their power of mind nnd skill for teaching a successful school next year. Tho power of any teacher to teach a good school rests forco upon hlo knowlcdgo nnd tho and attraction of his own person- Dy Business Training F. M. Livengood little hindrance. Why She Was Not A publto school , day, Minnie. How was that! Puptt Please, teacher, I had to mind the baby. Teacher Could not your mother mind the baby while you were at school T "No, teacher, she had to mind fa teacher relates tha following conversation between herself and a pupil: Teacher You were not hare yester- at School. ther." i "Oh, how was thatr Tatter Is drinking again, teacher." neighborhood thero young pooplo who aro naturally fitted for business careers. They are "called" to becomo clerks, stenographers, storeliookkecpers, typewriting, penmanship and spellkeepers, and sotiio ot them will bo- - as ing, letter writing, commercial arithmetic, etc. Our full course leading to a diploma requires two years for Its completion, but Is so arranged that tho most essential studies como first, and nro given tho most tlmo, so that tho student who can spend only a single term gains skill that ho can sell. Of courso, It Is better to spend moro tlmo and gain a better preparation, but even a slnglo term, or two terms, ot puts tho student In possession valuable knowlcdgo that ho can use In earning his living. Taking nil theso advantages Into consideration, any young man or young woman who plans to enter upREV. CHAIILES S. KNIGHT on a business career cannot afford t) Sunt, of Extension pass by tho Business School of Becomo tho heads of tho great business it a Collego, for thero Is offered tho enterprises of tho country. and years tho young man very best of business education In former enter training at tho lowest posslblo needed no special training to to tho student. business. If ho could rend, write, and It was enough. But today, uso figures, no matter what lino of business hy PALACE MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY enters, ho meets tho keenest comeducated, skilled, and petition from All kinds of fresh and fcured meats and lard. thoroly trained rivals. Fish, Oysters and Poultry in Season. Business Is moro complex than It All kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries. used to bo. The business man ot today cannot afford to spend his valu-abl- o PROMPT DILIVERY the time teaching his clerks U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. things thoy could and should havo Phone 57, : : 1: Rocke-fellCoyle BuUMkg, Main St. f learned In a business school. his the foundation for laid In almost nro a few over' Tho Collego Department of Berea effers special advantages for tho boy or girl who Is ambitious to mako tho most of llfo; who desires to occupy a position of leadership in tho community In which ho or sho lives. This Is an ago when preparation counts success rarely comes without It. It Is a flno custom of the Scotch people that one, at least, In every family shall havo this chanco of .ft collego or university education. Great aio the sacrifices mado by parents, brothers nnd sisters that this may Great Is tho prldo bo brought about. :of all In tho success won by tho fortunate member of tho family ani great Is tho result to tho country at large. This has mado Scotland ono of tho strongest nud brainiest parts of tho British empire. Tho homes of our southern mountains aro as ablo to do this as tho homes of Scotlnnd, nnd It would Boon mako this section the strength and backbono of our Republic. A collego education takes tlmo nnd effort but it Is worth what it costs. That needs no argument. It opens many a door of opportunity that would othemvlso remain shut, and opportunities nro coming very fast in tho southern mountains. In but fow sections of tho country nro greater changes taking place. Collego educated men and women from tho mountains should havo tho places ot leadership In the school, Thoy and churches of this section. should bo tho physicians, lawyers nnd Judges, They should do tho work of construction as .civil and mining t'ulnkers In the country and specialists along varloua lines. Tho courses cl study are elastic enough to tho student to take what best meets his tasto or purposo In lite. Tho student life Is enthusiastic and stimulating. It Is clean and moral tho In Its Influcnceo and offers g friendships. But Just the same-Me- rcy best chances for nnd discretion are never ont Tho literary societies aro wldo awake, of place. Surely should the future histho Christian Associations aro finetorian of tho first quarter of the twenly organized, tho musical societies tieth century come across this story of aro of high order. how a poor mother with a sick baby Thero Is abundant opportunity for was arrested for trespassing in a park of student llfo as owned by tho people ond remanded to tho pleasures well as tho serious work. Jail he will pause and morallzo on tho Nowhere can such advantages bo subtle cruelty of tbo ago. This found at so moderate a cost. "I'LL DIE TRYING." Is mado posslblo by tho plain stylo Somebody blundered, nnd as a result of living. Unnecessary luxuries, which aro making an education In so many the Omaha fast mall, going nearly a places beyond the reach of tho aver-ag- o mile n minute, crashed into the Denver limited nt 'Western Springs, nnd boy and girl aro discouraged. thirteen persons were killed and many aro substantial but grounded. Board and room . to plain. .Moreover an opportunity Engineer Bronson of tho fast mall earn part of tho expenso Is given died In his cnb with his hand gripso far ns possible, slnco tho work of ping the reverse lever. Lying In tho hospital, his faco twitchthe college Is dono 'by students. It Is estimated that $130 a year will ing with pain. Fireman Crane told how Bronson died. enable n student to live comfortabno said: ly and pay every bill. Whero elso "We 'got no warning until wo wero can this bo done? within about 150 yards of tho limited. Expenso Is tho greatest obstaclo to Then somo ono flagged us, nnd at the nn education to both parent and child. samo tlmo n couple of torpedoes wore Terea has overconto this obstaclo. exploded. Think this over and bo at Berea "It was foggy. Beforo wo know It by September 11th. Tho collego wants we had crashed Into the Denver train. you to come, and you ought to be Bronson died nt tho throttlo. When even more anxious to .come. Th's ho saw death ahead ho turned to mo Is the kind of a place whero you and said: "Train nhend. I don't think I can will feel at home. Will not tho homes stop her. I'm going to dlo trying.' of the southern mountains do as well "Well, ho died that way. Ho stayed as the homes of Scotland and send right In his seat with his hand on tho at least' ono to collego. reverse lever." cn-nb- lo life-lon- man a probation officer who had witnessed the trial interfered and pleaded with the court to remit the One, which the court did, but sternly remarked that the law must bo enforced. The probation officer afterward took the matter up with the park commissioner, who commended the park policeman for tho arrest. Wel- lFosslbly the requirement to "keep off tho grass" la proper and there most be a penalty. Somebody blundered. Why Boys and Girls Do Not Go to Mako your roadbed as level ns a parlor floor, build your cars of steel, put School semaphore towers every half mile, uso Continued from page two every safety appliance known, nnd yet The somebody may blunder. You cannot Insure the perfect working of tho mechanism of tho human mind. In this dreadful wreck somebody blundered. It was not bravo Qeorgo Bronson, though now he Is dead they so day is past when Heading, Writing and Arithmetic aro sufficient equipment for life's work. Another reason, and perhaps ono most often given, la that many young persons havo no money with which to buy an education. Any ono who hasB0'0- Berea Collego students knows that no young man or woman In the mountains of tho south can glvo such an excuso so long as the way Is open at Berea for students to earn their expenses. Any boy or girl who reads this statement and who may doubt It has but to wrlto for a copy of tho llttlo booklet, "How Somo Berea Students Earned a College Course" to learn how boys and girls without money aio obtaining an education at Berea. What Is truo of Berea is truo in many other cases In tho country today and a largo number ot tho students gathered together next month ot In all tho colleges and schools peoplo tho country will bo young without money but with determination to win and get an education in order that they may be moro useful and render larger services In tho world's activities. Let it bo said of no mountain boy or girl In the futuro that lack of money keeps them from having such a liberal education as Berea College engineers, as road builders, and for- can offer. Bather let It bo said In esters. They should lead In Introduc- - tho spirit of determination, "Wo will find a way or make ono." This exo cuse f lack ot funds can bo over-com- are trying to throw part of the re- snatch away a mortal than sponsibility on him. He died trying. Could any man die better than that? Could death find a Utter time to In such a moment? Could n brave souled man go Into the presence of his Maker on Instant call in n better way? "I'll die trying." Oeorgo Branson's life was as dear to him as yours Is to you. He loved his dear ones thero In Burlington as you love your own, but he loved his duty morol He is but one of the great army of railroad men. who live always In tho presence of death and duty, who, when the clear call cornea to them on the Instant, calmly push aside all thoughts of self and loved ones and die trying. To all such heroic souls and to tho Intrepid soul of George Bronson, engineer, hall and farewell) er Medieval Diplomacy. Venice was the leader In medieval diplomacy, and Its ambassadors were compelled to keep close watch over all Venetian interests in foreign places. According to a law of 120S. ambassadors were not allowed to bo accompanied on their missions by their wives lest state secrets should leak out They must however, take their own cooks to avoid being poisoned. No present could be received without the consent of tho by such young folks. state. After 12SS each envoy was required by law to Die a written report Editor Waxes 8arcastla. A Kansas editor sarcastically of bis ministry with the keeper of the that he wants to buy a sack archives. Later It waa mado unlawful of flour, a pair of for an ambassador to bold conversatrousers, and U straw bat, and that ha tion with strangers or to write letters Is ready U receive bids on the same, on political questions addressed to perlie says that la the way the merchants sons not connected with the governdo when they want two dollars' worts ment So severe were the regulations f Job work. Atchison Globe. that It became a difficult matter to obtain the beat men for the foreign service. Fines had to be Imposed upon the appointees who refused to depart tot their posts. .three-ply-butto- n Page Four. THE CITIZEN. Miss Esther Favllle has been spend Ing a couplo of with friends and relatives In town. Miss Bens Hays returned to Gadsden, Alabama, nt the first of tho week, after a visit of several days with her parents. Mrs. Halo nnd family returned, Mondny, from a visit with Parents In tho Eastern pari of tho Mate. Mr. Ornnt Huff after spending two weeks visiting In Harlan and Letcher counties returned to Berea last BEREA NI6HTAT PARISH HOUSE August 29, 191a. ooooooooooooK oKoooooooooooi s I 8 2 NEWS LOCAL PAGE 9 OF BERBA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o o Soioioflotoiotototototoioto ooaooooooaoMooooX hr TI10 Misses Golden and Mr. Jewell Short left, Thursday, for a visit with tho 'Misses Andes In Laurel County, They will attend the London fair More returning to Berea. CITY rtlONK IBS .Mr. T. B. Stephenson of Willow Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. Shoals, Ky., has been spending a few days In town. He has purchased Mr. Tarlton Combs' property 011 Cell, BRECK DAN H. ter St. nnd plans to bring his family Live Stock Fire, Life, Accident, and hero soon. INSUKAnLt Dr. Cowley and wife will return to Will sign your bond. l'crea this week. They havo been Richmond, Ky. r.pendlng thIr vacation nt Chaulau Phono 505 DR. BEST, DENTIST Through the kind efforts of Mr. Howard Taylor a delightful series of was neighborhood entertainments started. In the Parish House, Tho first evening tho program was largely musical. Tho feature of tho evening was tho singing of Mr. Mc Lnno of Louisville, who gavo n series of solos STOC K MEDICINES , t N. TIME TABLJE. U North Do'nd Local 10:66 7:00 a. m. :62 1:04 p. m. 7:46 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South liound Local 8:15 6:30 a- - m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 BKUEi :66 p. m. t:M Kmoxvllle Knoxville BEREA. p. m. a. m. a. m. p. xn. a. m. a. m. Express Trains top to Uke on and let off passengers from beyond Dayton, O., or from Atlanta and boyond. South Bonn ClnelnnaU BBRBA 1:09 a. si. 11:44 a. m. North Bonn 4:46 p. m. 1:37 p. so. qua. Mr. and Mrs. Ncali Anglln of ind visiting Innamrils, Ind., have been '.Mr. Anclln's father and relatives in Garrard County. Mr. Mason Anglln of DUimtanta has been visiting tho past wcel with relatives In the vicinity f Cartorsvllle. 3tr. Anglln passed thru Berea, Tuesday, enrouto home nccom rallied by his nephew, Noah Anglln nnd wife of Indianapolis, Ind. They icport n delightful visit with their rial Ives and frlendc. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. A. Pettus moved whers last week to Eubanks, Ky., Mr. Pettus has a position. this Sir. J. M. Early Is at home 1 BSRSA ClnelnnaU High St. Mrs. Sallle Baker visited In Jack con County, last week. Mr. J. P. Blcknell and son, Dwlght, left, Monday, for Eagle Creek, Tenu., where he Is to conduct revlvnl meet fall term. Miss Genevlevo Llndsey left Berea, Ings. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Johnson of Saturday. She will visit in GeorgeBlazer town and Lexington for a few days Ohio have moved Into the nnd will then return to her home in Cottage on Forest St. Miss Lucy Holllday who has been Frankfort. lots lor sal J. Waiting relatives In Jackson, Breath Two houses nnd Houses new, well finished. Prices itt County, returned home, Friday, Mr. Otto Ernberg who has been right. Apply to J. W. Hoskins, Berea. spending the summer at Chautau Airs. Dr. Craig and children left aua, has returned to Bercti. last week for Stanford, Ky., whe.-- o Tho Misses Lou Phillips and Jaun- they will visit friends and relatives, Itn Garrlott after spending a week attend the fair. and at Wlldle returned to Berea. The Messrs. Hayes and Gott were Prof, and Sirs. E. F. Dlzney and to Cincinnati the business visitors daughter, Grace, left, Saturday, for first of this" week. their new home In Harlan. Mr. Fred Bishop and wife of LeDr. Cornelius nnd daughter, Craw, Ky., are visiting banon Junction, were In Richmond, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Moore, this week. Prof. Seale and family returned Secretary Morton preached a very Interesting sermon at the Methodist at the first of the week from a visit with his parents In Owsley County. church on last Sunday. Tho series of meetings which hae bad Miss Bess Marsh who has Christian charge of the Berea Cottage at Chau been held at the Glades tauqua, N. Y., this summer, return church for tha past two weeks by Rev. Keltch camo to a close, Sunday cd to Berea last Saturday night. Nice Rooms for rent. Furnace evening. About twenty additions were heat, Toilet and Bath. Apply to Mrs made to the church and tho spiritual life of the church was greatly strengSallle Boglo, Estill St. thened and uplifted. O. and C. O. Bow The Messrs. J. Mrs. Albert Scruggs was shopping man were business visitors to Rich BISHOP THIRKIELD AT CHAPEL in Richmond, Tuesday. mond, Monday of this week. Mr. Scott Sealo visited bis parei Mrs. U. S. Moyers and children and SUNDAY at Beattyvllle, Ky., from last Wcdncs Miss Pattle 'Moyers are spending this day until Sunday night week with friends at Wagersvllle. Bishop Thlrkield, of the Methodist Mr. Chas. W. Brown and wife the Episcopal Church, whoeo residence Prof. J. R. Robertson filled Redlands, Cal., visited relatives In pulpit at the Baptist church, Sun is in New Orleans, is to preach In Berea, this week. day, In tho absence of Rev. Reed, Berea next Sunday. Through tho kind Ruby r.nd preached two very helpful Mr. John Welch and Miss scr- - ness nnd courtesy of Rev. 'Mr. Willis, Smlth visited friends at Kingston mous. 10 arrangements have been made last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Wallace ha.'e have Bishop Thlrkield to preach in Miss Dooley Welch returned to Be- been spending several days with the College Chapel, so that all who rea the latter part of last week af friends in Richmond. wish may have as opiwrtunlty to very pleasant visit of several ter a Miss Spoer returned last week hear him, ns ho will sieak but once. days at Olympla Springs, Ky. from her summer vacation. He Is regarded as an Influential man Mr. Harvey James is with homo "Miss Marie Scrlvncr Is spending and a forceful speaker. Tho servlco folks near Berea after several weeks this week with her sister, Mrs. Ern will bo at 10:45. All aro Invited. stay In Tennessee. est Bender In Richmond. llr. Sara Mayfleld after visiting BEREA Y, M. C.A, STUDENT Rev. and Mrs. G. B. Reed havo friends In Ohio and taking a trip CONFERENCE to Niagara Falls returned to Berea been visiting for a couple" of weeks Wednesday night. He then spent with relatives In South Carolina. last Tho program is Issued for the sec Mrs. Vergil Stecnrod pleasantly en from Wednesday until Mondny with from ond annual conference of tho Berea tertained Saturday afternoon homo folks In Pulaski County. be Student Y. M. C. A. which will "Mr. J. B. Dunn sold his nice bug- - three to five at an at home party In liouor of her friend Miss Nello Arn- held Sept. 7 nnd 8th. This confer- gy maro to Mrs. T. J. Coylo last Mon nco Is preliminary to tho student old of Dayton. day for 1225. work for tho year. Tho discussions Miss May Harrison left, Tuesday, tako into consideration tho various for Fairfax, South Dakota, where she bases of Y. M. C. A. work In the will resume her work In tho school past, tho Increased demands nnd where sho has taught for Uie pait roepectlvo work for tho coining two years. ear. The conference last year was Mrs. Mamie Hanson Jones and lit- - very helpful. It Is expected that this lo son who have been spending th-conference will call tcgethor a comsummer with Mr. and Mrs. S. G. pany of enthusiastic student workers Hanson left, Saturday, for their homo nnd will prove to bo still morn helpIn Florida. ful. A fuller announcement will be Mr. Oscar Hayes' brother of Wll mado next woek. The secretary, Mr. dle spent last week with him and Davison, Is pushing this work with MRS. EARLY his sister, Mrs. Frank Coyle. energy. Tho Baptist Tates Creek Associa tion was held at Klrksviile this week. REGISTERED HOGS FOR SALE Representatives from tho Berea Bap tist Sunday Schocl furnished tho chief part of tho program, Tuesday, tho Registered Duroc Jersoy pigs for first day of tho Association. sale. Good ones. Prices reasonable, Ernest and Sam Welch nro with Write or call at farm. their father, D. N Welch, visiting J. F. Adams, relatives In Hamilton, O., this week. NlcbolasvllIe.Ky. R. D. No. 1 -i Quick delivery 50,000 WANTED: foct white oak cros3 ties. Kor prices, wrlta 11. C. Woolf, Bcrca, Ky. The IMlsses Isabella and Cordelia Lindsey left last Thursday for their home In Frankfort, after a few weeks visit at Boone Tavern. Miss Anna Landrum of London, Ky., visited Miss Sallle Hanson on Friday and Saturday of last week. Mr. Benjamin Creech left for his home In Harlan county last Wednesday where ho will visit with his the parents until the opening of GxSx8 week. Miss Virginia Winchester of Wil liamsburg was tho guest of Mabel Hlcknell, Friday and Saturday. Mr. Will Duncan Is at home this wcok. 'Miss Stella Griffith left. Sunday, for a short visit at Ford. Miss Ella Adams was visiting her sister at Wlldle, the latter part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. Golden have gone Into their beautiful new home on thusiastic appreciation. Mrs. Morton interested all by her graphic recita Saturday. tions. Tho hearty response to Im Mr. Henry Lengfcllncr roturwHl promptu cnlls by Miss Ambroso and from Hyden last week where ho has Miss Cornelius was delightful. A been employed for several weeks. homelike atmosphere nnd tho sion Mr. E. C. Lane of Dreyfus passed taneous readiness to add to the plea thru town, Wednesday, tho happy pos. sure of others was enjoyahle. sesor of thrco bluo ribbons, represTho second program presented last enting first prizes won by his fine week, called out a full house. Mm. bay stallion at the Drodhead fair. offered Cal fee nnd Mrs. Llvcngood Mr. Geo. W. Clark returned to most pleasing recitations. Tho Mlssoa Saturday night, after spending Ambroso nnd Cornelius gavo a vocal a vacation o'f two months In Massa- duet of Interest. Mr. McLatio wns n chusetts, New Hampshire and Now pleasing surprise with populnr solo. York states. Miss Hilda Welch recounted In a short Prof. Ralph Rlgby left last Friday entertaining manner her travels in for a visit Pt Nlcholasvlllo, Ohio. . tho north-wes- t. Miss Llndvuy of Mrs. II. E. Taylor returned, FriFrankfort, nccompanled by Mrs. Chas. day of last week from a bovjii Utirdette, made all glad with vo weeks Ml with her parents near cal selections. Who will forget the Philadelphia, Penn., and with Mr. Gingerbread Miss Mnrgan t MnnI Taylor's brother, E. F. Taylor, Of Todd rendered nn Instrumental solo Charlotte, N. C. with an effect that mndo Mr. Taylor Several of the girls who havo be?n ifgrct lo9t opportunities, Prof. Ed spending tho summer at Lake Chauwards accompanied by Mrs. Edwards tauqua returned to Berea last Satur ndded to tho program materially. day night. havo loen most enjoyable These The new Improved Knitting mills evenings. Next Friday evening Mr. of Chicago sell their goods direct Taylor promises some organ rendi from mill to wearer. tions. Other features will mark the Their authorized ndvertlser. Miss occasion. Come and bring your neigh- MaflctUi Gay, Room 9, Boone Tavern, bor Friday evening nt 7:15 at the Berea,' Ky., for $2 will supply nny Parish House. No fees. No tips for man, woman or child with stockings the musicians. Just a pleasant, good that arc guaranteed against nolo or neighborhood gathering. darn for tweivo months. Tb get tho peoplo acquainted with WEDDING DELLS these stockings tho advertiser Is Turnei Walker allowed to sell one box to each cus- tomer. Fjrst Balo at one half price Many Berea students will be In Jl per box. terested to know of the marriage of Bo-re- n, that were received With en- We carry the following brands: Black Draught, Kentucky Horseman's Condition Powders, Liniments, Healing Lotion, Colic Relief and Dlitemper Remedy. PRATT'S Animal Regulator and Pouluy Regulstor. BOURBON Stock Tonic, Hog Cholery Remedy, Poultry Cute, Insecticide, and Egg producer. PEOPLE'S Stock Remedy and Poultry Remedy COX'S Batbed Wire Liniment, KENDALL'S Spavin Cure and others. G. E. PORTER, Ph. G. Phone 10 Berea, Ky. I UT Afkasx UKfc I y I If 1 lrl fat.' fZnm fVI ljswf V i JW Tl bibbV V X I A mSi J) I American cities hnre "Jtut growed"." They begnn with n cluster of shocks mo d croaslna; nnd In their at row,h ther followed tho lines of tenet I'Blfiiiuiu. nili'vi. iiviv lilt! 1'incra 01 cowpnths and gradually a town came lnt0 exigence and tho authorities thought that all that was necettarr to prcpnro for future growth was to ndopt a city plan of square streets or streets conforming to tho topograph!, onl conformation of the placo. In manr DlllC0g ,no mBln thoroughfares nr9 narrow nnd these In later yoars hnvo become congeetod, the cities hnve taken on a hodgepodge look and there has been no room for beautifying things unlets radical changos XTiinif nn AttiA.lj.nn ntiotilil tin tundn J V . J Htm II Ve TT M. Mt-T- T M lb 4 I w-- I uvman Ur JbLaJtW IMC I I 3t : TKUt 5nJ1ll road UCQT Wtai , nterchanoe or the Secrete of That Section's Rapid Growth. . loess una or ; I . The western cities hare commenced their annual gadding around nmong their neighbors. Just ns soon as tho snowdrifts melt nnd trnln schedules orgnniin- become regular, boosters tlons from every Trnns Mlsil.slppI pack their hamlet nnd metropolis grips, charter a train nnd ilgisg through thrco or four states, which Is some territory ns the west goes. 1 ner nave two missions 10 epreau the gospel that their particular local ity Is the best In the country In which to be happy and prosperous of value which their guests may have and they lack. This Interchange of Ideas regard ing business methods, municipal government, how to ralso bumper crops and swat the greedy corporations Is tho secret of the growth of the west, and also explains why It annually presents a new bntch of politics! nnd civic Ideas and backs them with a solidarity that Is amaxlng. In unity there Is strength, and In nnd netghborllness thero Is growth. It Is peculiar of the west and to the west thnt while tho cities fight nmong themsolves for supremacy thoy will drop nil differences and fight much harder for tho west Philadelphia Evening Times. , thn to he, cw)( haT0 becn CBd , tIngt out ,f tho pae9 k.epi up ,ho0 nrchtect. venture to predict that with, , ,wonty tho United States will htyo a icor( not mor8 of beautiful cltr nni ,.. wak.d , UD r.ult hai rnn.rr h to thesn condition. bem (,IRt ft oyor rchltoptur- -l tihr.t. ,, c(,f( herl, whlch cttnnot b .urpa.icd lh. world for th.p p anr. any Improvement, n? f0"'' "!Trb AniniTrir!!l? or Buggies The best thing on earth is all you can expect, and that's what you get when you buy your BUGGY at f T for a city beautiful. The first rose-sll- p day wns celebrated this year. The society was not prepared for tbs demand for slips. Crowds, many ot whoso members were children, clamored for cuttings. The society had only 15,000 to give away, and this did not come anywhere near meeting the cull. It has now announced that It will be glad to receive cuttings from any ctttiens who are pruning their buihea, nnd next year It hopes to distribute 600,000 slips. What such a planting ot roses will Of do for Tacoma can be Imagined. course, roie growers on tbs Paelflo rnaat anlor rartaln adrantacea which SERVES A DOUBLE PURPOSE their eastern kindred sigh for In vain. Hut the Tacoma Idea Is worth copy Cultivation of Garden Reduces Coat of ing. If not In roiei In something else. Tho stuff that grows In cue's garden may taste Just ns good If grown In There Is no good reason why the crooked nt tn straight rows, but tho occupant of a small lot In city or town crooked rows aro kind of hard on tho should complain about tho high coat eyes of the folks who pass tho garden of living In the summer time. If ho Is patch and look It over. willing to enduro sore muscles for a brief period nnd to undertake perhaps Cream for churning whether In sumunaccustomed labor with a spado and mer or winter should havo a temperarake. ture of G3 degrees V. If much colder Every back yard on which tho sun. than this tho cream will come slowly. shines with reasonable warmth can be while If warmer the butter will como made to produco fresh vegetables with a and greasy texture, enough to supply the avcrngo family Living and Helps to Beautify the City. Rote-8ltDsy. Tacoma, In the state of Washing ton, has worked out an Idea that Is rth copying. It ha. a Tacoma Rose society, and this society has hit upon the plan of giving away rose slips In order to encourage tho cultivation of roies and to help along the campaign, WELCH'S izutr "Save the Difference" Miss Mildred Turner to Mr. Willis Watklns, Aug. 14th, at her home la Ohio, their future homo will be Akron, Ohio. Tho following day Mr. and Mra. Watklns attended tho Canfield Osborne wedding at East Townsend, O., whoro Mr. Albert Osborne was married to Miss Wayne. Canfield at tho home of the brldo, Aug. 15th. Both brldo raid groom were Berea students as wa3 also Miss Turner. '.Mr. Osborno is the ton of our esteem ed townsman Treasurer Osborne. Old Bercans wish much happiness to theso young people. Both wedding parties made a wed abundance ana variety not by tho menus of expensive ho tels. Every food requirement con bo met with vegetables grown In the back gar- den. It Is Indeed difficult to find tho lHUKMMY, obrlkMoLK 5, I91Z soil or location which will not produco AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M good crops If proper skill and care be w, sc m) rarm al 'iimic aaic used In fertilizing and preparing tho'1 I located in Garrard County (our and soil and In choosing the seed. Statistics have proved that the high Lancastcron Sugar cost of living is not due to Increased Creek Pike, containing 166 expense in producing food, but that improvements consist of two story the big proportion of the high prices dwelling : md ren,j, . Tn- goes to tho middlemen. Every owner ft. and other imof a garden It Independent of the mid bacco barn 120x40 provements. dleman. No time may be lott by the Tin's is a very productive Farm all man who wants to try gardening In preparing the ground and sowing the in grass but 40 acres, fine for Wheat, Tobacco, Corn, Uluegrass ami Clover. seed. TKR.MS Easy and will be Made Beautiful Cltlts of the Future. development of American cit Known on Day of Sale. The For further information write me. ies, especially since tho civil war, has been so rapid that It has been nlraost N. II. BOGIE, 376 S. Utpr St. Uiiaftaa, Ky, entirely commercial. I. M. Dunn, Auct., Danrllle.Kr. IJko Topsy. im Biir-pais- PUBLIC SALE '..',,. , fm. ding trip together to Niagara Falls pnd Toronto. FOR 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. SALE Farm In Garrard County, containing 8C acres good land, good orch ard, oottago house, good small barn, drilled well, about thrco miles from Berea. Prlco $55 per acre. D. N. Welch, Postmaster. 1- -2 FOR SALE THE RACKET STORE 350 buys a largo lot and four room cottago and outbuildings on Eld er St., lierca, Ky, fSOQ down ami $250 In one year. It purchased by Sept. 15th, I will giro a $30 bedroom suit to purchaser. Wrlto to J. D. Crooch, El Cajon, California. FARM FOR SALE Straw hats at half, price. 1 80 acres of land on Richmond and Kingston plko, 2 miles from Berea, for Bale, 8 room dwelling, good well, orchard and all necessary out houses. Wrlto, EUhu Blcknell. Berea, Ky., R. F. D.'no. 1. HAYES BEREA, '"&C Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY AuRUSt 39, 19 13. THE CITIZEN. Education That Educates By t). E. Oalfea Page Five erosion, etc. Alt of theso phases and many others of farm life can be brought out In Ilural Arithmetic. A Rural Arithmetic published by Prof. John E. Calfeo of Berea, Ky., which will be mailed to any one on receipt of 25 cents, furnishes tho best Illustration of the material that should of bo mado Into problems. A few tho representative problems of this look aro: In a family of five children of school ago only one attended school regularly. How much of tho state's bcIiooI fund docs the family a loso when the state pays $4.40 year fjr tho education of each child? A that sold for $125 wns left out In tho weather by a hardware merchant for a period of two years, and then sold for $50. What did his carelessness cost him? A country store situated upon a piked road pays 1 cent a mlla for each 100 pounds of freight hauled from the railroad station; a county. Beat located onJhe same road , 24 miles from the railroad, 18 miles.' of which are not piked, pays 2 centa a mile- for hauling each 100 jiounds cf bad freight. What la tho annual roail tax paid by this county scat town upon 300,000 pounds of freight? many Tho above aro threo of tho problems which will set the people to thinking and acting. Tho country boy and girl aro entitled to solvo In tholr arithmetic work the Important problems of community and county. Belt-bind- er . - Fow people who study or teach Arithmetic have ever thought cf this subject as anything more than plain Arithmetic, by which children nto taught to Ira apt In figures and perhaps able to solve a few Jaw breakers In Percentage, Compound Proportion and of courso Longitude and Tlmo comes In for a turn. We havo been so absorbed In processes and slerootypo forms of analysis that the content or subject matter has been lost sight of to a largo extent. Tho BUTTERMILK CHEESE IS NEW great fact that arithmetic may lo so mndo nnd taught as that the Amount of Watte at Creameries Graat school and homo will bo drawn toWould Furnish Large 8upply of gether has never been fully apprePalatable Food. ciated nnd mado use of In our schools. (P.y J. U 8AMMIS.) We have all witnessed tho exodus Buttermilk chooso la a new product from tho country to tho city of obtained by curdling buttermilk with tho boys and girls who are fit to heat, draining tho curd nnd adding become farmers or farmers' wives.. unit. Largo nmounta of buttermilk Owning a farm or making money is are' wasted every year at creameries. doubtless tho first condition for keepIf this wcro mado Into buttermilk ing tho boys on the farm. This, howcheeso It would furnish ft largo supply ever, Is not tho only condition necof palatable food, equal In food vnluo, essary for keeping the farmer's child on tho old place. Llfo is lived but THE NEW MODEL DAIRY BARN of the equipment for tlic courses in Agriculture and Animal Husbandry is the New onco nnd tho human 3oul craves, to One of tlic features get all out of life thero Is in It. In Dairy Darn built last year, after the best models. A large silo and manure sheds arc attached, also it has a many sections of our own and othfr separator, milk cooler and model stanchions for cattle. states, with bad' roads, poor schools, D4IRY IttJHfliiiMH A Girl's Outfit (or Berea To the Mothers Easily Made Drain Rack. pound for pound, to lean beefsteak. It can bo sold profitably at halt tbo price of meat. To make buttermilk cheese, the buttermilk Is curdled by heating to SO degrees, nnd left undisturbed for an hour. It Is then heated to 130 degrees nnd, after standing quiet for about an hour, tho clear whey Is drawn off the curd, and the latter is placed on a draining rock, which Is covered with cheesecloth. Here It remains halt a day or over night, until as dry as when It Is salted with one and one-hal- f pounds of salt per hundred pounds of curd, and Is ready for use. llutterinllV cheese can be made from buttermilk, from cream which was pasteurized before ripening, or the buttermilk may be pasteurized during tbo process of choesemaklng, In either case Insuring the absence of 'disease - Klrst of nil, wo wish you to under, In Hcrea we belluve Is in PLAIN dress. Plain clothing that always in hotter tasto than which Is showy. Clothing Is for health nnd comfort, nnd tho most Important things ara underclothing, good shoes and stand that here willed will accompany Iter on many n Journey. A neat trunk which will bo a companion In her room. A really good hair brush good bristles, not fancy handles. A substantial portfolio, for h?r writing papor and letters. A dressing sack and slippers to wear In her room when studying. A napkin ring nnd three table nap- to enter. This dollar will reserve n room. Do not neglect this Important matter but send In the dollar and tho Instruction that should come with It TODAY. J. W. Dlnsmore, Dean. Normal Department, Some New Courses for the Normal Department Continued from Ptrit Fife rubbers and umbrella. Ju.it Here Is a very good outfit what several of our bast girls who graduated last year brought to Derca. A Hlblo In which you have written her name. 2 calico dresses, (blue and white re commended.) blue 1 woolen dress skirt, (navy scrgo reconimonded.) 1 white, shirt waist. 1 gingham shirtwaist. 2 colored underskirts. 2 outing flannel petticoats for win- kins. It. Is a serious thing for a girl (0 go away from homo for the first tlmo. Hut It is far mc.ro sad nnd far mow dangerous, for tho girl to stay on at homo nnd miss the chance of seeing a little of school life and getting some education. When sho comes back sho will bo worth more to you than ever. poor struggling churches and with no uplifting social life, farm llfo is monotonous and net worth living. Proof of this Is seen In tho fact that farm boys and girls are restless and nnxlous to leave the farm, and tho farmer himself, as soon as ho Is able movc3 off to town. A great social and Industrial awakening Is beginning to be felt thru-cour country. The farmer Is beginning to reallzo that the be3t farming posslblo Is to be done from tho neck up and not tho old sort ut germs. Where only n few pounds- of butter milk cheeso are made at a time, as on a farm or for homo use, the buttermilk can bo heated In a pall or In a clean new wash boiler on the stove. After tho second heating, I. c., to 130 degrees, If tbo curd has settled, tho whey can be mostly poured oil by tipping the pall, and the curd poured into a small cheesecloth bag to drain. It tho curd Is floating. It can be dipped off tho surfaco of the whey with a dipper or largo spoon and put in tho bag to drain. A small wooden draining rack a foot square and 11 vo or six inches deep, with tho bottom mado of of nn inch mesh galvanized or tinned iron wire netting and covered with cheesecloth. Is useful for draining small amounts of buttermilk one-fourt- h A Wonderful Opportunity Teachers for ter. undcrsults, heavy knit wear for winter. 2 under vests, light for summer. cotton drawers, 2 pair unbleached (no trimming.) 2 cotton underwalsts. 1 coat or Jacket for warmth. 1 cap or plain hat. 3 pair hose. 2 pair bIioos (one for "boht," anJ one old, for comfort and wear.) 2 nightgowns. C handkerchiefs. C toilet napkins. 1 work apron. 1 pair mittens. 1 pair rubbers. 1 work lrag. with needles, thread, ynrn, buttons, tafety pins, thlmblu and pieces for mending. fi collars (if you wear them.) 3 ties. 2 hair ribbons. 2 1 For all who aro preparing to teach, Herea's Normal School offers unexcelled advantages. New courses ct study up to date In every particular; tho finest faculty of trained teachers that can bo found anywhere, a faculty Just now ably reinforced by tho addition of Dr. Howard, lato of Claek University; unrivalled opportunities In tho wny of laboratories, library and lectures; tho lowest in point of expense when all advantages are considered that Is being offered in this or any other state; an opportunity for every student to cam a part of the small sum necessary to pay his bills. Tho fall term of fourteen weeks nt Derea Is worth more to a ftujent than a year of schooling under KWr advantages. Kveryono who la planning to enter for the fall term should send, in his or her uamo to tho College Secretary, D. W. Morton, Berea, Ky., enclosing ONE DOLLAR and stntlus what department the writer desires cheese. Whllo the United States la remarkably rich in tnont mlnernls. It is very low In the scalo when It comes to the production of tin. Tho total value of tbo output for 1U10 was $23,477. The importations for tho same period reached the large total of $03,013,255. comb. tooth-brush. (plus one unit for teaching making 14 units) aro permitted to enter tho Junior year of the D. Ped Course, the part outlined on tho latter half of pago 10. The Junior and Senior years of this course are taken in tho College Department. Thoso who havo completed the Ini tlal Courso and who wish to take tho II. Ped Course without teaching In the summer and fall will take Program DB as outlined on the first half of page 10. They will then ne nhlo to enter the Junior year with ltj units to their credit, that is they will havo one unit In advance of what Is required. Tho whole makes six years cf school work above the common school years of college work to their credit If they wished to go on with col- lego work. Tho best feature, Is the opportunity It gives to thoso who wish to teach a six months' term In summer and fall while gaining their education. Tho arrangement made here in this respect Is unparalleled and the advantages offered by Berea cannot bo duplicated anywhere else. Tho full course ought to be taken by many who wish to prepare themselves for teaching In high schools or for other scholarly work. Teachers with the preparation which this course will give will be shicrcaslngly In demand as tho high schools develop. Let tho wlso take heed and havo their lamps trimmed and which Is dono from tho neck down. People ore thinking and nctlng moie for themselves. They are gradually coming to tho placo where they nre INE welt and wisely and th'a cares of Ufa will slip from you; Its vexations and annoyances will dwindle Into nothingness. EMERGENCY HELPS. A list of the common injuries to mankind, and their remedies, should bo posted In a conspicuous place in every home. Tlmo means life for many accidents. Many lives are being dally lost because of not knowing what to do and acting quickly. "Wisdom Is what to do next Skill is knowing how to do It, and virtue is doing it," says David Starr Jordan. In case of being struck. by lightning, the patient should have cold water Insisting that their children bo taught things that have some relation to the life of the farmer. We havo all heard spasmodical advocate of good roads and scientific farming for these many ycara. Are the good roads here? Not yet. In tho meantime, the ruts have grown deeper with age, the soil has leen washed away and ditches are left as tho finger prints of brutal farming. Advocating has not been In vain, but unproductive in results. Too bad that all of this silvery oratory has been wasted upon listless ears when it might have been saved had some of the old .time pedagogues fully realized the power st the teacher over the taught. Teaching Is the greatest lever of progress. This being true without a doubt, why not teach In tho direction of our needs nnd want3? If It bo good roads and certainly It is, then teach their Importance; If scientific farming, then teach that. Good roads will never be built by men who do not foel they aro business necessities and they will never believe they are able to build them until they aro convinced in business tense; dollars and cents. The freight of one county In this state for last year was $10,000 In excess of whit It would have been on good ptko 1 1 ' A firm, hard collar thnt fits U Inls Articles should be marked with variably better as woll as easier on worked In thread to prevent tho horse's shoulder than the 111 fitting contraption that has to Lmi padded. loss. Especially Is this true iu warm weather, Many of these things can bo bought ,wbon a pad makes tbo shoulders sweat In Ilerea, of luer quality and cheapa good deal and tho skin becomes sen- er than elsewhere. Let her come sitive and tender. with what she has end consult the teacher ntoul getting other things It Is n pretty good Idea to rake the cho needs. straw or hay which has been used .na I'avo out fancy pleats, ruffles, etc , covering for tho strawberry bed between tho rows of plants lustend of re- which double the cost of washing moving It from the bed entirely. Left and Ironing. between tho rows It serves as a mulch Good Christmas cr Hlrthday present! ouu aiso gives a cieaq pince 10 want, for your daughter would be: besides keeping n good many of tho A "suit cace" or hand satchel berries out of tho dirt. Inl-tln- umbrella. BERETS LEADING HARDWARE STORE Gasoline and A COMPLETE LINE Hardware, Paints, Mowing Machines, Faming Implements, Oil Stoves, and Groceries priccsRiRht j. d. CLARKST0N GiveUs MAIN STREET, near Bank can NOW IS THE TIME Hp-- ' " roads. Don't you believe tho 17,789 farmers of this county would thluic seriously If they realize this vast sum w'as paid by them to their merchants in the extra price for goods as a tax straight from their pockets to pay for bad roads for a single year? Don't you believe that if each farmer was convinced that by proper selection and testing of his seed corn he could put 10 bushels moro corn to the acre In his crib In the fall, that he would select his seed next year? If wo expect Improved methods In farming, we should teach the farmer's children In terms of our ex- new milk, olive oil, bind Ico on the pectation. Tho school children should throat. Strychnine demands a quiet emetic of Ipecac. be given problems to solve involving tha value of selecting seed corn, the Importance of good roads, tho cost of bad roads, carelessness, soil dashed in the face until recovered. For sunstroke loosen tho clothing, lay the patient in tho shade and apply ice water to the head. Keep' tho head elevated. For fainting, lay tho patient on his back with the head lowered, allow-fresair to clrculato and sprinkle with cold water. Do not try to administer whisky or any stimulant, as the muscles of swallowing aro not acting and strangulation might follow. Fire in one's clothing Do not run, but lie down and roll over in a carpet or rug anything to smother tho fire. Fire in a building Crawl on tho floor, as tho purest air is there; cover the head with something woolen and. wet, if possible. Suffocation from inhaling illuminating gas Get tho patient Into tho fresh air immediately. Place on his back and keep warm, give 20 drops of aromatic spirits of ammonia in a tumbler of water at frequent intervals. This la. a good heart stimulant any tlmo to give a patient while waiting for tba physician. Two to four drops of nnx vomica should be given every five or six hours to the asphyxiated patient To stop bleeding A handful of floor bound on to the cat Antidotes for poison Soda, salt vinegar, raw eggs, mustard, sweet olL. Soda and milk are powerful remedies, for poison and are in every houses Send for a doctor, bnt do not wait eo-twork. Mustard and water when: drunk freely will cause vomiting; oils of all kinds destroy poison. If ammonia is taken by accident give v" . af 1 Hrv r. 'DiBsSiw r3S!tB .a nilv-i- bLLh i to see us about your Roof. Winter will' soon. Orders arc coming in fast. The steel is advancing rapidly. The Best Right Now. Drop us a card in order to on our list. be here price ol Time is get you Berea School of Roofing HENRY LENGFELLNER, Mgr. FOR SALE: ' good barn, small garden, This hundsomo up. to ditto seven room house on Boone Street, brand new, hardwood finished, (ino water. $2500 cash will buy this if sold before October first. I also have other property in Berea at from $650 to J 4 500. Why not come to Dorea, educate your children and lire iu peace. We have the goods the quality of workmanship and the right price. $5.00 per square for a roof worth $6.00 to $7,00 Is cheaper than $4.00 for a roof worth only $3.99. Just like your Galvanized fence posts so your Galvanized Roofing will rust if you get the cheap kind. W. B. HARRIS, Berea, Ky. This beautiful residence on Center Street, in the hoart of town. Size of lot 100 by 200 feet. Large garden, good bn.ru, plenty fruit, mountain water in house. Ouly two blocks from College buildings and Post Oflico. $2700 if sold before October 1st., also a farm of about 80 acres at $55.00 per acre, other lands around it soiling at from $00 to $100. Bettor see mo quick. FOR SALE: W. B. HARRIS, Bcrca, Ky--. Page Six. THE CITIZEN. they don't caTCVortha" cent Ton may do your ntual walking, but those four guards are there to stay. They re under your orders absolutely. I have listened to your pride too long. Tou are too precious to mo to run any more risks." "I am sorry to havo anything spoil the scries," said Freckles, "nnd I'd love them to be coming, tho angel especial, but It can't be. You'll have to tell them o. You see, Jack would havo been ready to stako his life sho meant what sho said and did to him. When tho teams pulled out, Wessner seized me, and be nnd Jack went to quarrelling over whether they should fln.lah me then or tako mo on to tho next tree they wero for felling. Wessner wanted to get at mo right then, and Jack said ho shouldn't bo touching mo till the last treo was out and all tho rest of them gone. Tbey tied mo up again. To keep me courago up I twits Wessner about having to tlo me nnd needing 'another man to help linndlo mo. I told him what I'd do to htm If I was free, nnd bo grabs up mo own club and lays open mo head with It. When tho blood carao streaming. It set Jack raving, and ho cursed Wessner for n coward nnd n softy. Then Wessner turned on Jack nnd gives It to htm for letting tho angel make n fool of him. Tells him sho was Just playing with htm, and beyond all mnnncr of doubt she'd gono for you, nnd thcro wns nothing to do on account of his cursed foolishness but finish me, get out, nnd let tho rest of tho timber go, for likely you was on tho way right then. And It drove Jnck plumb crnzy. "I don't think ho was for having a doubt of tho angel before, but then be Just raved. Ho grabbed out his gun and turned on Wessner. Sprang! It went out of bis fist, nnd tho order comes. 'Hands up!' Wessner reached for kingdom come llko ho was expecting to grnb bold and pull himself up. Jack puts up what be has left. Then he leans over to mo and tells mo what he'll do to me If ho ever gets out of there alive. Then, Just like n snake hissing, ho spits out what he'll do to her. I nln't done with him yet, nnd I'vo brought this nwful thing on her." "And I haven't begun with him yet." said McLean, setting his teeth. "I'vo been nwny too slow and too easy, believing tbere'd bo no greater harm than tho loss of a tree. I've sent for n couple We will put 3f first closs detectives. them on his track, and rout him out md rid the country of hlra." They entered tho swnmp. taking tho route followed by tbo Bird Woman . August 29, 191a. faf ery hour (lie race offihe angel war'-errbefore him, nnd behind It the awful distorted image of niack Jack, as .he sworo to the punishment be would mcto out to bcr. Freckles stopped when he came to the first guard, nnd telling him of his luck, asked him to go for the otter and carry It up to the cabin, as he w anxious to meet McLean. Freckles passed tho second guard without seeing him, nnd hurried up to the boss. He stood silent under tho eyes of McLoaa Mrs. Tbo boss was dumfounded. Duncan had led him to expect that be would find Freckles In a bad way, but this was almost deathly. Tho fact was apparent that tho boy scarcely know what ho was doing. Ills eyes bad ft glazed, farstghted look In them, that wrung tho heart of the man that loved him. Without n thought of preliminaries McLean lenned In the sad-dland drew Freckles ftp to htm. "My poor lad!" ho said. "My poor, dear lad; tell me, and wo will try to right It!" Freckles bad twisted his fingers tn Nellie's mnno. At tho kind words his face dropped on McLean's thigh nnd ho shook with n nervous chill. McLean gathered him closer nnd waited. "Freckles," said McLean nt Inst, "will you tell me, or must I set to work tn tho dark and try to find the tronblo?" "Oh, I want to tctt yonl I must tell you, sir," shuddered Freckles. "I cannot bo bearing It tho dny out alone. u I was( coming to you when I would bo hero." Ho lifted his fnco and gazed off across tho swalo, with his Jnws set bard a mlnutons if gathering his forces. Then ho spoke. "It's tho ongcl. sir," he said. Instinctively McLean's grip on him o rcmlm-bcrcd'yod FRECKLES toff-- m Starfttan- PACE COPYRIGHT. 1904. BY DOUB1XOAY. 00. "Watchers patrolled IKo lino and roads through tho swamp all that night, with lighted torches, and tho next day McLean beaded as thorough a search as ho felt could bo mado of ono side, whllo Duncan covered tho other, but Black Jack could not bo found. Spies were set about bis home In Wildcat hollow to ascertain If he reached there or aid was sent In any direction to him, but It was soon clear that his relatives wero Ignorant of bis wbcto-abouts nviiWao Tou "wTnt"T3"do with It,. Freckles?" nsked McLean. "Do yon I known thnt Jt Is very valuable?" "I was far almost praying so, sir," said Freckles. "As I saw it coming up tho bank I thought this: Onco somewhere In a book thcro was a picture of young girl, nnd sho was Just n breath llko the benutlfulness of tho angel. Her hands were In a muff as big as her body, and I thought It was so pretty. I think she wns some queen, or tho like. Do you supposo I could havo this skin tanned nnd made into such n muff enormous big one, sir?" ns thnt-- nn "Of course you can," said McLean. "That's n lino Idea and It's easy enough. It would bo a mighty fino thing for you to give to tho nnjr' ns n little reminder of tho Limberlost lt Is despoiled, nnd as a souvenir of her trip for you." Freckles lifted n fnco with a glow of happy color creeping Into It and eyes tlghtlng with n former brightness. Throwing tils arms about McLean, ho cried "Oh, how I lovo youl Ob, I wish I could mako you know how I bo-fo- lovo youl" and themselves searching for him. 0 rent Is tho elasticity of youth. A hot bath and n sound night's steep re newed Freckles' strength. Freckles was on tho trail early tho next morn ing. Besides a crowd of people anxious to witness Jack's capture, he PROLOGUE. found four stalwart guards, one at This romance of Freckle and each turn. In his heart be was compelled to the Angel of (he Limberlost t havo themadmit that ho was glad to there. most novel, entertain-tri- g, Near noon McLean turned his party one of the wholesome and fascinating over to Join Duncan's and. taking Frecmtortes that have come from the kles, drove to town to see how It fared with the pen of an American author tn greenhouse angel. McLean visited a and bought an armload of many years. The character in Its flncst products, but Freckles would sylvan tale are-- : this have nono of them, no would carry Freckles, a plucky waif who his message In a glowing mass of the guards the Limberlost timber Llmberlosf s first goldenrod. The angel was In no way seriously teases and dreams angel. Injured. both Tho Swamp Angel, in whom McLean. She reached ono oldbands to tree is "What If Freckles' sweetest dream ma- gone? Tou don't care, sir? You feel that Freckles has kept his trust as noterializes. McLean, a member of a lumber body over did before, don't you? Tou days eompany, who befriends Freckles. won't forget nil .those long first fearof fright that you the Duncan, who gives moth- ful cold of winter, told us of. heat and tho rain, er love and a home to Freckles. loncsomencss and tho brave days, and, lately, nights, too, and let Duncan, head teamster of feel that his trust Is broken? timber gang. "Ob, Mr. McLean." sho begged, "say The Bird Woman, who i col- something to him! Do something to lecting camera studies of birds mako him feel that It. Isn't for notha book. ing ho Lord and Lady O'More, who out withhas watched and suffered It that old Limberlost Mako come from Ireland in quest of a him sco bow great and fino It is and bow far, far better bo has done than lost relative. Affairs, brusque yon or any of us expected! What's The Man ono old tree nnyway?" she burst out manner, but big of heart. passionately. Wessner, a timber thief who "I was thinking before you came. made easy, want rascality Thosn two other men wero rank row. Blackjack, a villain to wAom'ards. They were scared for their lives. thought of repentance comes too If they wero the drivers 1 wager you gloves against gloves they never took late. those logs out to the pike. My coming (Continued from last weeks Issue) upset them. Defore you feel bad any more you go look and see If tbey didn't CHAPTER XVL run out of courago tho mlnuto tbey TOECKLES RELEASED. left Wessner nnd Illack Jack and boss rodo neck and neck dump that timber and go on tho run. I I with the angel. II o glanced 1 don't believe they ever had tho grit I back nnd saw that Duncan t0 drlvo ont wltn lt ,n daylight. Go was near. There was some-'.P- n n ti.n A.nt n nnt iuiug lerrujinu in me iuo 01 iub uiK tD0 way w0 dld lDe other morning, man and tho way ho sat his beast and oml you.j, and Iog9 i,eforo you rode. It would be a sad day for the Btrlko tno road Thcy nevcr rlated man on whom Duncan's wrath broke. takln(f thcm ,nt0 tne opcn Then they There were four others close behind got away and bad tlmo to think. Of Mm nnd tho pike filling up with the course they ddn.t! IVBI Ul IUU bUU. thing. Tou "And. then, The angel turned into the trail to haven't lost youranother wngerl It will tho west,' and the men bunched and be claimed, because you made never lt with followed ber. When she reached the stout, red entrnnco to Freckles' room there were a bay dark,gray. faced man that drives was right back four men with her and two moro very a you,and a McLean,IIowhen I came up Mr. close behind. She slid from the horse of you DXBB Hilt rib!, DOOS nKLLOWXt), nAVBO OVUl BACH OTIIK1U AKD - of Mr. Mo-Lea- for of yesterday. Ho, went deathly and, snatching the little revolver from to white her breast, darted for tbo bushes. BaW "and shook on his feet when bo WOUld thos CBUght. UU,B ul u,t,u "u" drawn weapon, pressed up besldo her.i HJb uiui iu I uiuj, auu juu mu juai There tbey Btopped In astonishment one of the men at tbo bottom of your The lilru woman blocked the en ulng those other young- trance. Over a small limb lay her re-- lroub' fellOWS OH tO Steal from yOU. I . trnlniwl nt hnrt Tolver, and tr rango on Black Jack nnd .Wessner. j suppose no u promiscu to uiviuo. iou ... t . n n (l that business will 1 who siooa wua meir uaous aoovo settle with him, stop." their heads. Sho turned to Freckles. "And you Freckles, with blood streaming down his face from an ugly cut in his be tbo happiest man alive, becauso temple, was gagged and bound to tbe you have kept your trust Go look treo again, and tbe rest of tho men wbero I tell you and you'll find tbo were gono. Black Jack was raving logs. I can Just seo about where they like a maniac, and when they looked are. When they go up that steep litcloser it was only tbo left arm that tlo hill into the next woods after tbe be raised. His right, with the hand cornfield why they could unloose tbo shattered, hung helpless, and his re- chains and tbo logs would roll off tbo Now, you go see; volver lay at Freckles' feet Wess-net'- s wagons themselves. weapon was still in bis belt, and and, Mr. McLean, you do feel that Freckles has been bravo and faithful? beside him lay Freckles' club. Freckles' face was of stony white- You won't love blm any tho less even ness, with colorless lips, but in his If you don't find tho logs" Tbo angel's nervo gave way and sho eyes was the strength of undying courage. McLean pushed past the burst Into tears. Freckles couldn't Bird Woman, crying, "Hold steady bear it He fairly ran from the room with the tears streaming from his on them for Just one minute morel" He snatched the revolver from Wess- - own eyes. But McLean took tho angel out of tbe Bird Woman's arms and eel's belt and stooped for Jack's. At that Instant tho angel rushed In. kissed her brave littlo face. As tbey drovo back to tho swamp Sho tore the gag from Freckles, and, seizing the rope knotted on bis chest McLean so earnestly seconded all that be tugged at it desperately. Dnder tbe angel bad said that be soon bad her fingers lt gave way, and she burled tbe boy feeling much better. "Freckles, your angel has a spice of It to McLean. The men wero crowd-In- s in, and Duncan seized Wessner. tbo dovll in her, but she's superb. 'As the angel saw Freckles stand out You needn't spend any tlmo questiontree she reached ber arms to him and ing or bewailing anything she does. pitched forward. A fearful oath burst Just worship blindly, my boy. By from tbe lips of Black Jack. To have heaven, sbo's sense, courago and beausaved his life Freckles could not have ty for half a dozen girts!" said Mcavoided the glance of triumph be gave Lean. "It's altogether right you are, sir," Jack as he folded bis angel In his arms amrmea f reckles nearuiy. After a and stretched ber on the mosses. As McLean rose from binding Wess- little be added, 'There's no quesUon ner there was a cry that Jack was but tbe series is over now." "Don't think It." answered McLean. escaping. He was already well into the swamp, working for Its densest "The Bird Woman Is working for sucpart. Every man that could be spared cess, and success along any line is not plunjed after him. Other members of won by being scared out She will the gang arriving, they were ssnt to be back on tbe usual day, and ten to one tbe angel will be with ber, Tbey XolloirJhe tracksofl&e jyaxona. are made, of pretty stern stuff, jjnd -. MnT.n r.n.h hm hnl, nnrt lth likely be """"B 5 4 V If I 5 t. (If .In.." atM Frcckle9t ..nnJ , colll(In.t seem to mako you see. It's only thnt thcro hasn't been nn hour, waking or sleep-- 1 .IHU. .1 . .. .. 1. ,i ii IUK, BIIIVU imj , nuu IU1I. tin 1mo . . ,, -, . . .1... ",v . "UB"" IUU 111117 Ul lll'l mini, 1 ivi;ii imiuir mu j in nil tho tlndemess, beauty and mis- chief of it She tnlked to me friendly CnAITnit XVIL ' llko. Sho trusted 1110 entirely to tnko ' right enro of her. Runstsa a HEAnTACitc Sho helped mo with 'LEAN rode down to tho Lira things nbout mo books. Sho trailed berlost nnd, stopping In tho mo llko I wns born n glntlemnn, nnd shade, sat for shared with mo llko I was or her Frerktes. own blood. She walked the streets of Along tbo north lino enmo Freckles, tho town with mo before her friends fnlrly staggering. When he turned east with nil thi' pride of n nucon. Sho nnd reached Sleepy Snako creek, slid , forgot herself nnd didn't mind the ing through the swalo llko tho' loug ninl Woman, and run big risks to help nd tho nngcl. They really did flud black snako for which It wps named. mo out that first day. sir. This last . I I U .1 tA lnn bo sat down on the bridge and closed predicted they would be. McLean w, bum, , time she walked into that gang of but h W0UlJ went on o tbo south camp nnd had gUut A, ,f ,IcU b w,rc9( murderers, took their leader nnd -) an Interview with Crowen that corn heavy I1Ja dew opc nDd tho 0UtnlR(Hi twisted him to tho will of her. Bha j nnCd his head and rattled angrily. It ,ank In sinuous colls nt tbo report of pletely convinced him that tho nngel nerT09 nnd nu,cln of hi. outdono him and raced tho llfo almost McLean's rcvolrtr, nnd together bo was correct tbero also. But bo had danced. twitched and tingled. Imp In anrn mrt nnl nt nnd Freckles stood beside Black Jack. u ui, uu u uu iv ho bent forward nnd idly watched "sinco I can discbarge tbo man. though his guilt the limpid littlo stream (lowing bo- -' thing wns that rcmlmber. whatever the Ills fato was evident nnd most horrible. happened to mo in the "Come," said the boss nt Inst "We was so apparent that ho himself of- - Ucath bis feet Stretching back into beginning hns been mo curse. I'vo don't daro touch him. Wo will get a fered to withdraw tho wnger. tbo swale. It camo creeping between been bitter, hard and smarting under sheet from Mrs. Duncan and tuck over Then McLean sent for n pack ofjnn impenetrable wall of magnificent it hopelessly. Sho carao by and found blm, to keep theso swnrms of Insects bloodhounds nnd put them on tbo trail wild flowers, vines and ferns. Milk- - mo volco and put hope of llfo nnd sue- - nwny, and set Hull on gimrd. wbilo of Hlnck Jack. Tbey clung to It. on j weed, goldenrod, ironwort, fringed ccs llko other men Into mo In spite of wo go for tho otneers." nnd on, into tho depths of the swamp, ' gentians, cardinal flowers nnd turtlo Ho FrocklcV lips closed resolutely. leading tnelr followers through what, head Flood on tho very edgo of tho deliberately thrust his club under Freckles held up his mnlmed arm. every flower of them grew bad been considered lmpnssnlilo nnd crceK, and "Look nt it. sir!" bo said. "A thou- Illnck Jack's body and, raising him, . ,. impenetrable ways. finally, a doublo tn tho water. Wild clematis nnd. fUI-it hnncinc rested It on his knee, llu putted a around near to tho west entrnnco nnd . crowned with snow tbo heads of trees gjj,, joo n on tho long silver pin from the front of tho cro helping, out Into tho swale. Hero tho dogs scattered hero and tbero along tbo gtrcct ,(cforo p Jut ,(l0 dead man's shirt nnd sent lt spinning bellowed, raved nnd fell over ench bank. gho dWn.t ioo ,bat u WM n thJag ,0 out Into tbe swnlo. Then ho gathered Freckles sat so still that presently hlJo nnd gllrmk from. ARaln ond up n few crumpled bright flowers and other in their excitement. They raced back nnd forth from swnmp to swale, .tbo brim of bis bat was covered with -ii.... fhn rootinc with hir dropped them Into tho pool far away. but follow tbo scent farther they snako feeders, rasping tbelr crisp ,f , .n,i.Bi fnr.f "Mr mill is sick with tho horror of ,h wings and singing as they rested. would not. even though cruelly drlvea ho ddnt , see It was . gono nnd I must null' this thing." snld McLean ns ... nnd . . .. At Inst tholr mvnnr nttrllinlo.1 Minlr Homo- 01 tliem settled on UIO CIUD nHU ncr Bievvo nou vo nuiming .1. it i.i.. muru .miiniui .lunu. i mu. ' ii out io t i quu-a actions to snakes, nnd. ns they were one on u s suoumer. hcr ner ,ouch on ,t wa9 go McnHl understand bow Jnck dared risk creep. very valuable dogs, gnvo over tho ef like, nt times stneo I'vo caught mcsclf fort to urge them on. So that all they tftitlrfnr n f tliA n tr fill ttifnr ntmm llt'n r really established was tbo fact that swalo they went on with their dally , j prouJ of ,t g,f ,f , wn( llfo and forgot ho was there, Black Jack bad eluded tbelr vigilance your son sho couldn't bo treating mo Tbo heron family waded about tho moro as ber equal, nnd sho can't help and crossed tho trail some tlmo In tho idly knowing you night IIo bad escaped to tho swale, mouth of tbo creek. Freckles nln't truly mo father, from which ho probably crossed tho wondered whether tbe nervo racking Nobody can know tbo ugliness or tbe corduroy and, reaching tbe lower end rasps tbey occasionally emitted indi- Ignoranco of mo better than' I do and cated domestic felicity or a raging all mo lack of birth, home, relatives of tho swamp, bad found friends. For Freckles, with Jack's fearful quarrel. A sbeltpoko, with flaring and money nnd what's lt all to her?" oath ringing In bis ears, tbero was crest,- went stalking across a baro Freckles 8 termed back from McLean. A BUOuMcra nnd d fc neither rest nor peace. He was al- space- near the creek s moutn Into , ' stately brown bittern waded out most 111 when ho saw tho Bird Woman . tho clear flowing water, lifting his feet and tho angel coming down tbo cor- high nt every step and setting them lnJ lD0 D0S8f cy, ' (ho duroy. Tbe guards of tbo east lino MYou saw In tnUfnl littlo wet- gingerly, If he left nt tbelr customary places, but down iimm nn.i. aswiih ho dreaded room of her and you can't bo forget- .iihtir those of tbo west ho brought over and h,nlf. .loo.! onenrlr wntchlne nbout . t"B " begged nnd pleaded with . ' o I placed ono near Littlo Chicken's tree film ' tt Mm TTll I n "nrrt fnrmm and tbo other at tbe carriage. He was and 'twas sanctified. Sho laid her lips firm nbout tbo angel's remaining In above, nnd below tho bank glowed a , on mo brow, and twas sacrament No- body knows tho height of her better tbe carrlnge, which bo did not offer to solid wall of goldenrod. have unhitched. Ho went with tho No wonder tbo ancients had chosen than me. Nobody's studied my depths Bird Woman for tho picture, which yellow as tho color to represent vic- closer. There's no brldgo for tbo great was tbo easiest matter it bad been at tory, for tho fierce, conquering buo of distance between us, sir, and, clearest any time yet for tho simple reason the sun was in Tbtty had dono well, of all, I'm for realizing it But sho that tbo placing of tbo guards and tbe too, in choosing purplo as tho color of risked terrlblo things when she camo to unusual movement about tbo swamp royalty. It was a dignified, compelling mo among that gang of thieves. She bad made Mr. and Mrs. Chicken nerv color, and In Its warm tone thcro was wore herself past bearing to save me from such an easy thing as death! ous, and tbey had not carried Little a hint of blood. me, a man, a big, strong Chicken tho customary amount of to pro- Now, here's It was tbo Llmbcrlost's hour food. Freckles, in tbo anxiety of the claim bcr sovereignty and triumph. man, and letting her live under tbnt worso than any death last few days, bad neglected blm Everywhere he flaunted ber yellow fearful oath, so When tbo Bird Woman proposed to banner and trailed tbe purplo of ber 'twould bo for ber, and lifting not a look for other subjects about tbo line mantle, that was paler in tho thistle finger to savo bcr. I cannot bear It, Freckles went so far as to tell bet beads, took on strength In tho first sir. It's killing mo by incbcsl If any that Jack bad made fearful threats opening asters, and glowed and burned evil comes to her through Black Jack BIS rATS WAS EVtnasT AND U06T tt comes from her angel llko goodness against tbe angel. Ho Implored bcr in tbo Ironwort bo's biding) Somewhere to tako tbe angel homo and keep Compcllingly beautiful was tbe Lim- to mo. lng through tbo swalo even In desber under unceasing guard until Jack berlost, but cruel withal; far back In Somewhere ho Is waiting his chancol peration. No one know its dangers was located. He let bcr go, and then there bleached tbe uncofflned bones of Somewhere bo is reaching out for bcrl better than be. And wby did ho blamed himself fiercely that ho had her victims, and she bad missed cra- I tell you I cannot I dare not bo bear- cbooso tho rankest, muckiest place to ing It longcrl" done so. dling him, oh, so narrowly! cross tho swamp?" "Freckles, bo quiet!" said McLean, "McLean," said Mrs. Duncan, as the "Don't you think, sir, it was because Below tbe turtlo log, a dripping silver me, I did not It was on a lino with the boss paused to greet her in passing gray head, with shining eyes, was cau- his eyes humid. "Beltovo Limberlost tbe cabin, "do you know that Freckles tiously lifted, and Freckles' band slid understand. I know tbo angel's father south of the corduroy? Tbo grass was hasna been in bed tbe last five nights around to his revolver. Higher and well. I will go to him at once. I havo tallest tbero, and he counted on those and all bo's eaten in that many days higher came tbe head; a long, heavy, transacted business with him for tho willows to screen him. Once he got I will mako ye could pack into a pint cup?" fur coated body rose, now balf, now last three years. beginning tohim seel among them bo would have been safe reallzo to walk by stooping. If he'd made It "Why, what does tho boy mean?" s out of tbe water. I am only Just demanded McLean. "There's no ne- Freckles looked at his shaking band your agony and tbo real danger there past that placo he'd been sure to get cessity for his being on guard with and doubted, but he gathered bis is for tho angel. I will seo that she out" J tbe watch I've set on tbe line. I had forces, the shot rang out, and the otter is fully protected every hour of the fContlnnod njtrt- ,. mV i . no idea bo was stsylng down there." lay still. He hurried down and tried day und nlgbt until Jack Is located and Ho acts twlco who acts quickly. "He's no' there,'" said Mrs. Duncan to lift He could scarcely muster disposed of. And I promise you further Never esteem anything as of ad"He goes somewhere else, ne leaves strength to carry it to tbe bridge. Tbe that If I all to move her father or 1 vantage to thoo that shall mako thee consciousness that he really could not mako blm understand tbe danger on his wheel Julst after "we're abed go farther with it made Freckles re- will maintain a guard over her until break thy word or loso thy and rides in about cock crow or a alize tbo fact that be was well up to Jack is caught" Marcus Aurcllus, tittle earlier, and he's looking like the limit of human endurance. He McLean slid from Nellie's back, and To sin no moro is true ropentanco. dejilhjindjoJhJng short sXJt!! cpuld .bear .It little, Jlany, longer. went, to examine the otter.- - . Hold fast that which is good. t Vim (Job ct Cod Is wlth' you. w "HUt, Where floes hegoV asked Mc Lean in astonishment "I'm no given to bearing tales out of school," said Sarah Duncan, "but in this enso I'd tell yo If I could What tho troublo is I dlnnn ken. If It Is no stopped ho's In for dreadful sickness, and I thought ye could find out and help him. Ho's In salr trouble; that's all I know." McLean sat brooding ns ho stroked Nelllo's neck. At last ho said; "I suspect I under etnna. At any rate. 1 tunic lean una ont. Thank "Yo'll no need telling onco yo clap your eyes on him," prophesied Mrs. .11 n II XllS LUlllllll. HTTI. II11.U I. llll It lillBl HJ yellow nnd ho's peaked as a starring caged bird." tightened. . waiting I I McLean itrnlncd htm to his breast "God bless you. Freckles," bo snltL "I do know! Wo'ro going to havo some good old times out of this world together, nnd wo enn't begin too soon. Would you rnther sleep first or get n blto of lunch and hnvo tho drlvo with me. nnd then rest? I don't know but sleep will coino sooner and deeper to tako the rldo and hnvo your mind set nt onso before you llo down. Snpposo you go-"Suppose I do," said Freckles, with a glimmer of tbo old light In his eyes nnd newly found strength to shoulder tho otter. Together they turned Into tho swalo. McLean noticed nnd spoke of tho big black chickens. "They've been hanging round out thcro for sevcrnl days past." said Freckles. "I'll tell you what I think it moans. I think tho old rattler bns killed something too big for htm to swallow, nnd he's keeping guard nnd won't let me chickens have It I'm Jut sure, from tho wny the birds hnvo net mI nut thcro nil summer, that It Is You watch them tho rattler's den. now. Sco tho wny they dtp and then rlie. frightened like!" Suddenly Mel.enn turned on htm with blanching fare. "Freckles!" he cried. "You think It's Jack!" shuddered Freckles. lie dropped the otter, caught up his plunged Into the swnlo. lull. (teaching for bin revolver. Mcl.onn followed. Tho chickens circled higher it their coming, and the big snnko vl t. I n - o,! .-- i, Ih. I u. i'mn' I wi ' wn nrti 1 it BOn-HlllL- three-fourth- . lt self-respe- ct. 1's ' Aofeust-29- . )i'3. Who Should Enter the Academy Dy Dean THE CITIZEN ... Matheny Page Seven ... INTENSIVE FARMING Early Selection of Seed Corn By H. Communion With God By Rev. J. H. Ration TEXT "And tha Lord Ood callad unto Adam, and slid unto him, Wtitrt art thouT And he aatd, I haanl thy vote In th garden, and I waa afraid, bacauaa I WM nnkfd, and I hid myaelf."-aenr- sta III, I, 10. The most godly men have found difficulty, at Ivaat at times, to thu closo communion with Ood which it ti enjoy. This communion can only bo by secured Ood man and coming Into personal contact. Facia of stato and pre-eerv- o through Christ to tbetr right J Kvery person who has (InUhcd tho common schools and piano to toko Collego courso should enter tho Academy. Tho preparatory Academy courso prepares students In tho shortest tlmo and In the wny enter college. To prepare for collogo Is tho business of this courso. To bo prepared by any other courso for coleKo, It takes tho student longer nnd tho preparation Is not bo good. It Is tho ambition of ovcry high school to 1)3 a preparatory school. i 13 very high school alms to Ixs put "accredited list." That means j on tho tho high school prepares Its students to enter collego without examina tion. Now If you havo ambition to teach In ono of thoso high schools tho best thing you con do Is to ta'to a good courso In tho very subjects juu sunn uq caucu upon to leacn. If you wish to prepare yourself a In-- BE REA Five Great Schools Under One Manafement FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Are Your Talent 7 What Are Your Aims? Berea Hat the Training That la Best Fer YOU. Ar you not far adranctdt Than tntar th FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thot. A. Kdwards, Superintendent. Htr f0 will b placed with others Ilk yourself, undtr a tptclsi ttaohsr, and maka most rapid progress. You will master ArlthmsUo and th commoa branches and be ready to uio them. You will havt tlniinf, drawing, fans and houttbold management, and free On year la th rou datlon School costs leu than $90 and it worth 11,000. Are you aiming to ba a teacher! Then join th NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlntmore, Dean. Her yen will b M trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught how M teach. Th demand for Derea trained teachers far exceeds th supply. Are you Interested in earning moneyT THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing, Printing and Business Course, Ete. Her you toon double your earning power, and learn to nJoy doing things In a superior manner. Are you desiring th next best thing to a College Course T Then Uk two yean or three yean In the GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Franett E. Matheny, Dean. Tw years, or three years, In such practical studies as will fit you for an honor able and nseful life. You select your studios from such as theiei Physiology the science ot health; Civics the science ot government; Grammar th art of correct speech and Ethics the scleac of right and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general lntell!gnoJ Dotany necessary for th doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physio th sclenc of machinery; Drawing, Dookkeeplng, etc., eto. Do you wish to prepare to enter Colleger Start in th BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Franole E. Matheny, Dean. Dest training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. Th s Academy has Its own and Men'a Dormitory, and a large body of atudenta ot high character and ability, able Instructors, aa4 use of Oa lege Library and apparatus. text-bookBook-Bindinletter-writinclass-room- Good Preservation of 9eed Corn Increases Productiveness Many Bushels Per Acre. C HARTLEY ccctlons ot the country In. tho spring ot 1912 furnishes a good example of what has happened and Is likely to happen again unless seed corn receives moro and better attention. Tho loss from planting neglected seed corn roduccs or destroys tho profit on the corn crop ot each Individual farmer and In tho aggrcgato is nn annual loss to the country ot many millions of dollars. Uy the early selection of sufficient wed corn for several years' planting nnd Its proper preservation theso losses can and so u Great progress has been mado in fall selection Instead ot spring selection of seed corn. Nearly all farmers should select their seed corn threo to four weeks earlier than they do. In tho South seed corn should be selected nnd dried during August, in tho North early In September, and no prudent corn farmer anywhere In tho United States will allow October IS to pass without having sufficient seed for at least one year's planting stored where It can not ba injured by unfavorable or unexpected weather conditions. Whore a seed patch is not maintained and seed must bo selected from tho general field it should bo select ed before tho corn Is cut and shocked. Where corn Is husked from the standing stalk the seed should be oelectcd several weeks beforo tho corn is dry enough to husk nnd crib. be prevented. Ily making germination tests of neglected seed and by heavy planting full stands can bo obtained, but Uio yield may be 18 bushels per ncTo less than would have been harvested had tho seed been selected early and well preserved, Exchange. of experience readily prove to loan that he and Ood recognizes timet apart As personalities, each are often (2) Man kcoplng away from Ood, by hiding or otherwise; (3) The that compels him to move to Ood. 1. Ood Is seeking man. This Is not the normal situation, for man ought to be seeking Ood with the whole heart, everything else being as nothing in comparison. Ood Is seeking man, not with tho Intent apparently that ho sought Adam In the Oarden of Eden, which was for tho purpose of reproof, or punishment. Ood not only Is seeking man, but wishes to be sought for by man, as the hymn writer Fabor so beautifully sings: "Ood lovea to ba longed for, he lovea to ba aoushl. Tor ha aoosht ua hlmsalf with auch lonaln nnd Inval And ha llwt for daalre of ua, marvelous thou it lit' And h yenrns for us now to ba with hla abava." Thero Is not a man away from Ood but for whom God longs, nnd will go any distance to find. "Thr wera nlnaty and nlna that aafoly lay In the abetter of tha fold. Hut on waa out on tha hllla away, Kar oft from tha satra of trold Away on tha mountains wild ami bar. Away from tho Under Shepherd's cars. there Is some obligation to seek each other, yet the obligation on Ood's part to seek man Is somewhat dim-cuto understand. Man obviously ought to SMik Ood, be ought to bo asking the question. "Where shall I And hlrat" but Ood anticipates man In this search and comes frequently and asks, as la the text, "Where art thout" This being tho case, there Is presented for our consideration In the teit as a whole: (1) Ood soeklng man; that lt As an oxcu3o for not having good betd it Is customary to stato that tho season was exceptional. Such seasons will continue to occur, and tbo only way to escape loss Is by being prepared each year. Last year was a vory adverso season In somo of tho corn states; consequently this past spring It was necessary to rt seed corn Into thoso sections. Nevertheless, well acclimated and unI'ltOF MATHENY questionably higher yielding seed Dean of Academy could have been selected last Septcamo study law or medicine or any of tho ember from fields In thoso such other professions without taking a states becauso at that tlmo collego course, you should enter tho coed was selected and dried In those Course. In thla very sections that was practically perOcnernl Academy fcourso tho student Btarts to special-Iz- o fect and germinated 100 per cent. In his particular lino of work when To mako certain of always obtain ho enters Uio academy. If ho plans ing tho greater productiveness of to study law lis takes moro history adapted varieties It Is necessary to ho savo nnd political science, whllo It sufficient seed for two or thrvo plans to ctudy medicine, ho takes ) ears' planting. In localities where more of tho Natural sciences. pxtremo weather conditions may make who docs not plaa tho corn crop nn entire failure, this Tho person to enter any of tho professions but practlco Is of tho utmost lmiartano.). simply wants a better education than The shortago of sed corn In many given In tho common schools, should nlfo enter tho General Academy. It High Is In this court that he gets tho Women, in tho Indianapolis best training to mnko him most use- School and In various other schools. ful In tho community In which he Sho is a valuable accession to corps of teachers and will to lives. Hero ho Is prepared to do well tho work of nn officer of his church of servlco to many students. lm-jiolid-re- a's Calf Killing Responsible for the High Cost of Meat Federal and Stato legislation to will forbid tho slaughter of calves bo nsked of Congress by tho United Association. Master Uutchcra' It Is Uio slaughter of calves, tho butchers say, that Is responsible for tho high cost of meat. Proper legislation against It would, the butchers say, icduco tho cost ot beef 10 cents a pound within a year and 1C cts. within five years. "It Is thd wanton killing of calves that is responsible for the high cost t of meat," said Theodore Mix, Minneapolis. "Unless it Is stopped, 1 can foresee a tlmo when thero will be practically no beef for the market. Tho dairymen are most at fault. Many of them kill calves for the profit ot tho hides alone.' A resolution adopted by tho asso ciation demands laws prohibiting tho Killing of malo calves under one year and femalo under three years of age. Evening Post. becomes a bettor farmer, Berea College v " 'Lord, thou halt here thy ntntty and nut tha Shepherd muda answer: Thla mtna Ilia wandered away from ma. nlna, Ara thay not cnouith for thee? of slblllty. Is that a misfortune! Far from it It is tho dawn of hope. It is the soul pain that tells of possible return to spiritual health secured through per fect communion wltn Ood. arateiui should tho man be who thus beoomos uneasy, yea, faxes Ood and talks with him. In this day the grace of Ood Is seeklax man, not to roprovo blm only, not to punish him, but to bless him; be it not willing that any should per lsh. It may be said that the man who It dltcoverod by Ood, discovert, or Iflnds, himself; he comes to htmielf at the prodigal did, and it then not .far from starting back to the Father's house. As the cry recently has been with many "Hack to Christ," we ;tnlght say that the cry should now 'rather ba "Hack to Ood." And although tha road ba rough and Imp I go to tha deaert to find my aheep.' " Z. Hut Just as prominent as the search of Ood for man Is man's constant refusal to bo found. As Adam fled from the Lord, as Jonah tried to get away from the obligation to preach at Nineveh, aa the prodigal fled to a far country and wasted bis substance In riotous living, so man does today. Touched by the Spirit of Ood, the church, through Its many agencies. Is putting forth effort to reach man. Its doors have always been open, and rarely is the church found that does not welcome all classes to Its services. In recent years Ood's people are going out after men In all places whero they may be found. The gospel la preached In plaoes not dedicated to divine worship lna tents, on street corners, and elsewhere, and It U difficult for a man within Christendom to get beyond the Invitation of the gospel, and yet he will not yield to It. 8. nut thero Is a reason for this as suggested in tho text; it Is the con sciousness of shame, "I waa naked and I hid myself." It muat be conceded graded school. that thero nro multitudes who do not When you get a seem to bavo Ood in any of their you try to get tho thoughts, they live apparently as tho nro making yourcclf boasts of the Meld, they seem to bavo why not mako no consciousness whatever that they 'are moro than creatures of a day, mere ephemera. Uut tho man or woman who may bo beguiled to read these words Is not such a person. In some way he senses Ood. Ho has an intuition, as we might say, which prob ably teachds him bis personal respon ht or his county. Tho llercn Academy Department has many advantages over a small high school. It has six teachers who r.lvo all their tlmo ta teaclilng Academy subjects, and that many more who glvn part of their tlmo. It lias equipment than n smaller better school can have. It has n largo body of students to help you do your best work. It has tho ndvantago of six literary societies. In jtheso you are broadened by coming In contact with students In other departments. It has tho ndvantago ot a largo collego library nnd trained librarians who help you find what to rend. It has tho advant-rg- o jou of selecting subjects In other departmento. Somo wish to study 11 connection with their Academy work music, others pedagogy, or tho science of teaching, somo ngrlculture, somo bookkoeplng, nomo printing and so on. Thla can Iks dano In tho lie-rAcademy. Whero there nro so many largo departments together It Is easy for a etudent of ono department to tako a ctudy In another department. I might speak of tho lectures and many other advantages that n student In tho Berca Academy has. Twenty-eigcompleted tho ncr?a Academy this year, most of them will enter collego. Ono refused $720 to teach In a high school. Ono 13 working for tho government nt pir month. Another has becomo n commissioned worker in Secretary Morton's office, Ono of our Academy graduates of a year ago Is now receiving $1,123 as principal ot a ea suit of clothes you wo-m- boBt, when a man or a tho very best? LbbbbbbbbbbbbbbFSSBBBBBBBBbH Derea College, with its affiliated Berea, Prlend of Working Students. schools, la not a money-makinIt requires certain feet, hut institution. It expends many thousands ot dollars eaoh year for the benefit ot ft giving highest advantages t lowest cost, and arranging for etudeaU The Value of An Education to earn and save la every way. Continued Iron First rage OUR SCHOOL 18 LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to proteot the character and reputation of tie young people. (Our ttudentc come troa spray tho trees, prune tho grapes, the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may etc. be sick the College provides doctor and nune without extra charge. Even from tho standpoint of dolAll exoept those with parents in Berea live In College buildings, and an lars and cents wo can see how assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable trainreally pays, as tho young education ing, and getting pay according to th value of their labor. Except In winfolks beforo referred to havo stated. ter It Is expscted that all will have a ohano to earn a part ot their I know a young man who had all the penses. Writ to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. advantages of tho best schools in a PER80NAL EXPEN8E8 tor clothing, laundry, postage, books, eta, vary largo town. At the ago of eighteen JOHN G. FEE ON THE ORIGIN OF with different people. Berea favore plain clothing. Our climate Is the beet, ho graduated from tho Preparatory BEREA but at students mutt attend clastes regardless of the weather, warm wraea schools and was about ready to enter Continued from pace one and nnderolothlng. umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. The college. Ho thought that it was a adopted, Store furnishes books, toilet article, work uniforms, umbrellas and and a board of. trustees elgood tlmo to stop studying and earn ected. During tho next year another other neoetsary artloles at cost nmno money, so ho took a position meeting was LIVINQ EXPENSES are really below eost The College askt no reett adopted held, oharglng oaly enough roosa In an office at six dollars per week. u ud provision mado fin buildings In which for for the purchase rent th pay for cleaning, repairs, students tire, and washing of bedding aa4 fuel, lights, to After ho had been there about two ot lands for collego purposes. towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, 11.85 a week. In th fall months ho discovered the fact that About this time the John Drown and I1.S0 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing ot beoV ho was really doing work which was raid In Virginia waa made and the ding, 40 to 60 cents for each perton. worth flvo times as much money per whole southern country preclpltatod 8CHOOL FEE8 are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee tec week but ho could not get It withinto a rago ot fear and madness. In return of room key, library books, eto. This is paid but ono. and Is return! out further education; so ho resolv- thla county meetings were held by when the student departs. ed to stop working at such a small the people, a committee of sixty-tw- o Second an "Incidental Pee" to help on expenses for ear of school VoOsV ealary and enter collego. In a year members appointed to proceed Ingi. hospital, library, ate. (Students pay nothing for tuition or serrlo el and a halt from tho tlmo when ho to Derea and warn the active teachers all our instruction It a free gift). Th incidental Ft for aoet took this posliton he becamo n first students is 15.00 a term, $(.00 in Academy and Normal, and ITX0 la OoO men to leavo the stato withKreshman In college, and when he in ten days. Tho instruction to the gist courses. hnd completed a college course nnd PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee sad roosa Bf mob commltteo was to "act humaneklso a graduato courso he found r.o ly as may bo, but firmly and moat th term, board by the halt term. Installments are as followsi difficulty at all in obtaining a posi- effectively." PALI, TKRM VOCATIONAL AND ACADEMY tion which, on the very start, paW Tho committee came and delivered FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AND NORMAL COLLSOI him after four months work teaching their messago of warning. An appeal Incidental Fee J 3.00 f 6.00 f 7.00 Room 5.60 7.0a 7.00 In a private academy from nine !n was mado, by the people ot Derea Board, 7 weeka 9 43 9 9.45 tho morning until two in the after-l'Oo- n to tho Governor ot the Stato for Amount due Sept. II, 1911 1'J 45 l'M5 $os a salary ot ono thousand dollars. protection. The reply was, "you can Doard 7 weeks, due Oct. 30, 1911 943 943 943 Did It pay that young man to tako a Total for term bavo protection long enough to get J)io S9 3 collego course! In ndvnnee S2U.0O It imlit S31.40 $3.aO out of tho state and no longer." AfWINTKR TKRM are hundreds, yes, thou- ter prayer Thero and consultation tho maIncidental Pee 3.00 7.00 f 6.00 sands of such instances. Any boy or jority of tho friends, seeing tho exRoom 600 7. jo 7.10 Hoard, 6 weeks 9.00 9 00 9.00 girl looking abend Into the future, citement of the whole county and wanting to get tho very most out fjo.oo Jjj jo Amount due January 1, 1913 fu.io frenzied madness of tho slave power, Hoard for 6 weeks, due Feb. is, 1913 9.00 900 900 of llfo, will bo better able to realize decided to leavo the state. It was Total for term ji.jo f)i.o J9 o this ambition by obtaining nn educa- cnld by somo abolisa.31.70 paid In nilvnnce. . . . st2H.no S30.70 If that "tho last tion such as Is offered here nt Berca. SPRING TKRM tion school has been taught In DeIncidental Fee Tho value of an education, however, J 6.00 J 5 00 7.00 s, rea"; by others that "Radical Room 5 00 4.00 3.00 does not Ho only In Increased ability , Board, 3 weeka 6.73 6.73 6.73 however true, should not now to earn a livelihood, but also in Amount due March ao, 1911 J15 75 fl773 immediate bo spoken, to demand Increased opportunity for uplifting Board 3 weeks, due Apr. 30, 191J . . . 6.73 6.73 6.73 emancipation nnd declare that laws One's neighbors ono's fellowmcn. . t 30 Total for term f's so confessedly contrary to tho law of stiSS.OO itS.OO Se.0O If pnlil In ndvanre nnd friends believe In a man who God ought not by human courts to bo Special Expenses Business. really knows something more about enforced, however true, were unwlso 1'ooplo who can bo uplifted by conFait H'inltr String 7Toji, nnd should not bo proclaimed." 36.00 Stenography and Typewriting $17.00 lo.oo tact with cducntcd peoplo. This cf 11.00 Dookkeeplng (regular course) 3600 1000 14.00 These utterances were by those 18.00 . 7.00 6.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 3.00 courso means that with education one Business course studiea for student! in who walked by sight and not by other departments: faith; by thoso who did not see that Btenogiaphy la 30 17.00 7.30 900 60 YEARS' Tyewrltlng, with one hour's use It Is far better for society to havo EXPERIENCE 1800 6.00 of Instrument 7.00 3.00 -BBBBBBBBBir Commercial Law, Commercial Geogbeforo It correct principles nnd right raphy, Commercial Arithmetic or adopted practices , even by a tow, I .So Penmanship, each 1. 10 1.30 3 40 store-keeper g eta-dent- s, by-laanti-slave- ry maker, a better school teacher, a better musician, a better preacher, a and business man, tetter in fact there is no phase of life whero an education will not mean greater skill and better work. With such advantages as are of fered at Derea College thero can be no excuse In tho future for tho failure ot any man or woman, boy cr fclrl, In all tho mountain states of tho south, to bo able to read and vrlto and know comethlng about tho great things of life. ter house-keepe- r, a much bet a better dress DR. CHAS. F. HUBBARD, Dean The College lUelf stands apart from all the other schools under Its bmu agement and has long maintained the highest standards known In the South. To oonform to the Carnegie standards we have diminished our former re qulrementa! Required and elective ttudlet with opportunity to concentrate In particular lines. Latest college library la Kentucky. LaboratorUa equipped for etudent practice. Courses leading to th degree ot A. ai, k ana B. Ped. B, b. MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Vole Culture, Piano, Theory Dand, may be taken (or special fee In oosneoUon with work la any ot IM I, above tohoola, Questions Answered rat ... . .. ' sintl-mcnt- ..... ty fH-o- . I I Dli. IIOl.DKItMAN Instructor In Academy Mrs. Elizabeth S. lkdderinan, Ph. n., MIchlgau tho University of takes tho position this year ot Instructor In Latin and English In tho Academy Department. Dr. Holder-ma- n has a successful career as a teacher, In tho Western Collego for of DCSIONS COPVRIOHTS &C. Anyone sanding a ftkalrh and description nay quickly ascertain our opinion frva whether au Infantum Is rrohsblf ralHil at". Conimuulea. lions sirlotlrronailsiitritl. ItANODOOK on Patents patents. sent Irea. OMfsl aiieurr fur Paienta taken taruaah Sluim & Co. roes! re tfitUM rwftcs, without cbsme, lutUe hade manna Scientific Attic. icnit A 1 eruis, II a culatloil ot anr ertentllo l'xu-uel- . f our nionUts, SL Sold brail newsdealers. nandsomalr Illustrated waeklr. Laraest clr. teri rather than to havo wrong practices adopted by tho many, but ultimately abandoned as wrong must be. In tho latter case there would bo no growth of principles nnd no advance In prac tice Jn tho former there would bo growth of principle, for though the advocates ot truth bo bound, tho and truth Itself cannot be bound when tho tlmo for the demonstration ot tho right shall come, then advance in practice will bo rapid In view of the" excellency of tho tight," In no case will special Business Pees excee-- l Plan Now, Come September 11th f 13.00 per term. Any jonng mini or young woman can got nn odu cntion a Keren if there Ih thu will to do so. It U a grant advantage to stnrt in the full and liaro a full year of continuous Btudy. Many young jiooplo waste time in the public sclioow going over and over the fnme tlilngH, wlien thoy might be Improving muoh faster by coming to llerca nnd starting In on new studies wiui Boinu of tho best young men and women from other counties and stales. Make your plans to come on Septombor 11. For information or friendly ndvloo write to tue4Secretary, nblo-bodlo- D. WALTER MORTON, Berca, Ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. aee to know her will be sorry to her go and shall bo pleased for her Mr, to como again next summer. Jesse Tructt whj Is teaching near Mr, McKco visited home, Sunday and Mrs, E. Pennington who have been visiting relatives la Livingston and Breathitt County for tho pa it week returned homo, Saturday. of Mrs. Frank King and children Paris, Ky., who havo been visiting her grandparents, returned homo last Saturday. Miss Flora Reynolds and her brother, Bob, from Berea Tho nro visiting relatives hero, above named and Mies Cora John-ca- n visited Miss W&ttlo Medlock, Saturday night. Lee J. Webb who Is visiting schools this fall was home, Miss Ruby Saturday and Sunday. Isaacs of Berea who has been visiting her grandparents for two weeks returned homo last Tuesday accompanied to East Bcrnctadt by Miss Ethel Strong and her aunt, Mattio Medlock. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Powell and their daughter, MUs Hcttle, havo been spending a week with relatives at Idamay. W. F. Jones ot Mildred was In Annvlllc, Saturday evening. Messrs. Ed Rader, Leonard Goodman and Eldcn Davidson were callI Avgust 39, 191a. D. II. Wilson and wife of Sturgeon P. 8. Trtad. visited his father-in-laway of Vlncint, 8uaday. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else R Rlcetown last Saturday after a load of apples. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gabbard visited 'Mr. Gabbard's brother, Elmer, at Crockcttsvlllo last Thursday. R. W. Mlntcr Is In Leslie Coun. ty this week selling books. onetiiMM ot for pMW li piklltitloi, kit tUic tt good fJts. V4 la (ill fcy lk writtr. Th tm Writ plainly. rrunoKoN. Sturgeon, Aug. 27. Blalno Wilson' llttlo daughter, Carrie, has fry slim-la- s. Rev. W. A. Bowman will hold church service ho.--e tho first Saturday nnd 8unday In September. The following program was rendered nt tho Royal Oak Literary Society, Saturday night, Aug. 25th. Garden Cook Oration. JACKSON COUNTY Hurjcy, Aug. 26. Mrs. John Isaacs end children of Sand Gap were the Powwelcome guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gabbard from Thursday to Sunell day, Miss Pollle McCollum Is visiting friends and relatives at this place. Jerry York and niece, Miss Lula Moore, visited the school here, Friday, where Mrs. York Is teaching and we aro glad to say that wo arc having a good sihool and much InThe terest Is being manifested. Teachers Association which was held hero Saturday was quite a success and was enjoyed by all. especially basket dinner well prepared tho which was served In the shade. Lee J. Webb and Miss Anna Powell t were among those who helped make the association a success. Air. was a welcomo Gabbard Leonard Bob-ert- s, guest at tho home of Miss Lucy, Sunday. Hughey Calllhan and Miss Maria Calllhan of Double Lick were visiting friends here, Saturday. and family have Riley Gabbard moved to Sand Gap, where he will make his home for a while. The Rev. O. B. Boham filled his regular rAMOT BVUI Parrot, Aug. 23. Leander Gabbard Is still very low with typhoid fever. Married, last week, MUs Mattle Robinson to Mr. Dan Harris, both of this place. Tho writer wishes them a long and happy life. Mrs. Llllle Wyatt and two children left, today, for Hamilton, O. Mrs. Armlnle Gabbard has typhoid fever. It Is a girl at Sid Hackers. 8ho was named Wade Arthur. John Cunagin Is very low with typhoid. Preston Pennington cf London was calling on friends at this Joseph place one day this week, Fllnchum who is employed at Cincinnati, Ohio, nnd has been vlsltlni; telatlvcs here, returned home, Sunday. Miss Lucy Price who has been In Hamilton, Ohio, Blnce last spring has returned home. Dr. Goodman of Wclchburg made a professional call Isaac ing here, Sunday afternoon. at this place, Wednesday. Cornett returned, yesterday, from a drumming trip. Little Ethel Corns-llu- s Improving. Mrs. Angollno Is Cunagin Is very 111. The people cf ihls vicinity are proud to welcome a Iioctor to this place. Dr. Sparks of Ijiwrence County has located here. iMIss Lucy Wathen was thrown f'om a mule, Monday, and her right arm fractured. Ed Moore who has just returned from Hamilton, 0., was In this vicinity, Thursday. Mrs. Rachel Fllnchum and sister, 'Miss Crcecy been Lewis of Moorcs Creek have visiting their sister, Mrs. Sarah Gabbard of this place. Manha Smith Recitation. Sherman Cook Among tho Animals, Mary Welch Society Jokes. McCollum, G. D. Gabbard, bard, Charlie Gabbard and Leonard Gabbard visited friends near Letter Box, Sunday night. Hcv. G. B. Boham preached an Interesting sermon to the people at Letter Box, Sunday. Is Carico, very sick. Mrs. Lily Smith is Imand proving slowly. Green Lakes were visiting 'Mrs. Lakes' family parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Angel, Saturday and Sunday. The stock buyers are plentiful and stock Is scarce. Bert Baker has returned from Illinois, where he has been staying the past three years. James Davidson cut his leg last week and It Is causpain. Abel ing him considerable Gabbard's family who have had tya phoid is Improving. There was double wedding on Black Lick last Saturday. Ed Moore of this place was married to Miss Lucy Wathen of this place, also, Jessie Gabbard and 'Maggie Wathen married Saturday, Itev. Elijah Cornett officiating. We wish them a long and happy life. There was singing at Flat Top, Married, Sunday, by L. C. Cornett. recently, Chas. Lear to 'Mrs. Eliza Carpenter. Tho little son of John Sumers was bitten by a large copper head snake last week. He Is getting along well as Is expected. GUAYUAWK was in our midst one day last week taking orders for The Citizen. to Married, Aug. 22, Jerrie Sparks Miss Katy Fulllngton at the home of Robert Judd where Miss Fulllns-to- n was staying. The Rev. BUI AnderBailey Gum has reson officiating. turned to J. B. Bingham's to stay for a while, after a visit In Laurel County. The Itev. Harve Johnson failed to fill his regular appointment at Gray Hawk, Sunday. "Wm. Hayes e will be on the Grand Jury at this week. B. Smith served on the petit Jury. W. R. Engle has (lone some work on the road this week. KERRY KNOll Kerby Knob, Aug. 22. The County Teachers' Association of Jackson County, in Educational division No. C, Sub district No. 11 will be held at tho Durham school house. An Interesting program will be rendered. Mr. and '.Mrs. J. T. Durham visited Henry Click last Sunday. Sunday School at this place Is progressing nicely also the school Is progressing with MIbs Martha Durham aa teacher and Supt. MIsa Anna Powell is with horn folks for the summer. She expects to be In Borca this winter. The Misses Pearl and Fairy and Messrs. Charlie, Bennlo and Floyd Durham have returned from a week's visit with their uncle, James Durham of Berea. Miss Martha Durham was tho guest of Henry Click's family, Tuesday night. She was also a guest of Dillard Durham's family, Thursday night. Mrs. Geo. Richardson was the guest of Mrs. Jno. Durham, Wednesday evening. Mc-Ke- appointment here the third Saturday and Sunday of this month. There was a large crowd. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. David Gab- Necessity For "Best" Teacher In Each School District By JOHN B. M'FERRAN. Chilrman Educational Committee. Louisville Commercial Club Grace Wilson Reading. Edward Cook Recitation. John Spcncc Lecture, Tho Evils of Whiskey. Harlan Brewer Lecture, Tho Evils of Tobacco. Several of tho boys nnd girls of Sturgeon attended the bean stringing nt Judge J. F. Brewer's of isJames land City, Saturday night. Smith is having n new dwelling erect-e- d Elba Smith and Geo. Chllds aro At Ilnmlltnn. D JMIsn Kthcl Wllsiill left, Saturday, for her former foal- - n Block law to keep stock away from the school premises. Eighth, Tbnt each teacher be granted half n day each month to and beautify tho school house fcllowlnjr ho Sturgeon, Aug. resolutions wero adopted by U10 Owsley County Institute. First, Bo It resolved, that we hereby express our appreciation to Surt. and Frye, Prof. Noo, Prjof. Smith other helping friends for tho Interest and enthusiasm they have given us through this Institute. Second, That tho County Superintendent enforco tho school law to the fullest extent by compelling each teacher to attend his district association and assist by giving something from his school which would bo appreciated. Third, In order to causo easier grading that no pupil bo promoted to nnother grade during a school year but only at tho close of Bame. Fourth, That wo follow tho course of study as outlined. Fifth, That the children between six and ten yenrs shall not be kept later than 2 o'clock In tho afternoon. Sixth, That nil the school floors bo oiled at tho County's expense. Seventh, That each County enforce l'J-T- Berea Printing School Department of Berea CaUeg 1 specim mi ef (Tk Citizen it oar work.) PRINTS HEADS, HAND-BILL- LETTS REPORTS, 8KB. CARDS, MONS AND BOOKS IN TUB BEST LOWEST AND AT MANNER, PRICES. Tour patronage la atktd to half student,, and to laeure your getting your money's worth. CALL AT THE OFFICE OR BEND ORDERS BT MAIL. YOU WILL OR SATISFACTION. TERMS CASH. ADDRESS Beret Printing School BEREA, KY. Houses to Rent To grounds. Ninth, That each teacher read nnd eighth tho cause seventh nnd grades to read some good weekly or dally newspaper. M. C. Strong, Secretary, Owsley county Institute. TRATX1XX1U REIT Travelers Rc3t, Aug. 18. We arc having plenty of rain In this section of tho County, nnd crops are looking fine. Owsley County Teachers' Institute closed last Friday, tho teachers being very much pleased with their Instructor, Prof. Noe of Lexington. Ho made tho Institute very Interestt ing. Tho Teachcia' Association Educational Division No. 4 will convene, Saturday, Sept. 8, nt Pleasaut Groo School house. There will bo n Thero willl be a nice program. march nnd a big day at S. A. Cnudllli School nt Bradshaw next Friday, tho 23rd. J. 11. Spcnco's school Is to hoi,) out with tho program. They will hnvo some good music, n nice program, good lectures nnd best of all a basFrank Keudrlck's wife ket dinner. ot Knrnostvllle Is very III. She lms n mysterious disease. The doctors think It to be jielagra. S. P. Caudlll has for Ken out on a drumming trip lant several days, returning homo ball There wns a good j Saturday. game at Hoonevillo last Thursday between tho teachers at tho Institute and tho Booncville team. The Bcore was 7 to 3 In fnvor of the tenchers. Clyde Hottier of Travelers Rest, nge 13, pitched the gnme for tho teachcrt. Five applicants took tho County thest who have children to edu In cat and wish to reside Berea for IU a longtr or shorttr time to enjoy dueatlonsl dvntgs, tha Collsgt haa a numbtr of houni, large an! mall, aom of thsm partly furnishes to rent on reasonable terms- - Addreea nron. CARICO Aug. 26. John Shelton Rev. Parsons filled his regular appointment at this place, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Salllo Fowler visited her parents last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Rosa and two children of Paradise are visiting her parents, 'Mr. nnd Jits. Calvin Powell In Pulaski County. Miss Lou Powell of Woodstock, Pulaski County ha3 been visiting her sister the past two weeks. Flemon Azblll of Ashhopper called on his sister, Sunday, nt Happy Hollow. Prof. W. S. Sowers will give an Illustrated lecture at thU place next Sunday night, Sept 1. Admission 10 cents for children under twelve and 15 cents see for adults. Everybody come to and hear what Prof. Sowers has to nay. Old uncle Henry Abrams Is very sick. He is not expected to live. Mia. Salllo Baker and Mrs. AiI. mer Watts wero visiting at R. Hale's, Saturday night and Sunday. A. Perry has returned from Hamilton, Ohio, whore he has had a two weeks stay with his mother and sisHugh, Aug. 26. Az-b- lll not long sinco and in going about investigating tho city's schools, on reaching tho lowest and poorest part of tho city, was surprised to sec going up a splendid, beautiful school building to cost $375;000. Ho said, "Why on earth do you put such n handsomo and costly building in this part of tho city t" Tho nnswor was, "Wo want to mako good, intelligent citizens out of theso children, nnd wo think this ono of tho important ways of doing it" I should liko to know why wo pursuo tho unbusinesslike, illogical H FRIEND of mino interested in schools happened in Boston THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. THE Berea Hospital Nurse Training School of and absolutely unfair method of offering thrco kinds of teachers' certificates, especially now as tho counties havo tho right to tax themselves up to 20 cenU on $100 for general school purposes. ARE WE DELIBERATELY TRYING TO MAKE THREE CLASSES OF CITIZENS THE INFERIOR, THE MODERATELY GOOD AND THE BEST ? In a truo democracy thcro is no uso or room for classes. Ought not our efforts to bo addressed to tho ono object of making an avcrago intelligent good citizenship ? Under present arrangements wo aro compelling tho poorer sections teachers whoso capacity will not of our counties to employ suffer them to go nbovo a wage of $30 to $40 per month, whilo tho cities and towns and wealthier parts of tho counties aro paying $C0 ters. to $75 per month. Of courso this higher pay nnd better environment Teachers' Examination last Friday MATH ANTON t thoso holding tho first class certificates. nnd Saturday. The examination was Nathanton, Aug. 24. Nannie Spcnco attract tho best teachers, apparently ensy. of Clay County Is visiting at the Now, this is manifestly unfair and very umviso. third-clas3 Berea College HAS BEST OPERATINO ROOM AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMBER OF PATIENT8. HOSPITAL TREAT MENT GREATLY INCREASES PROSPECTS OF RECOVERY. . Ratea One Dollar a day and Bond for prompt payment reqalreA For further particulars addreea homo of Robert Wood. The Teachers Association in Educational Division No. 2 will be held at this place, the fifth Saturday In this month. Quito an extensive program will be rendered. The Mlssea Rebecca and LU-7I- 0 Hurst of Hamilton, Ohio, are visiting for a few days with relatives ot this place. Friends of this community aro very sorry to hear of the recent death of Mrs. W. F. Cisscll of Okmulgee, Okla., formerly Miss Sarah ha3 Holcomb of this place, which been expected almcst dally for some months. Married, Mr. Joe Allen ' t" Miss Hannah Cavlna last Tuesday.. He KEE McKee, Aug. 26. Circuit Court convened here, tedty. This Is a thrco weeks term, but there are hardly enough cases on docket to fill out the 'terra. James Hamilton and eon, Willie, visited at Cincinnati and Hamilton last week. Miss Lula Farmer who has been visiting here for several days returned home last Friday. Monroe Bowles went to Evans-vlllInd., last week, where ho wll work for a while. I. R. Hays bought a fine horse from George Gabbatd e, R. M. Bradshaw last Saturday. bought the L. C. Little property on Main street nzl week. J. R. Hays' baby has been sick for a few days. J. R. Llewellyn bought a piano recently and got It In Inst Saturday. Supt. J, J. Davis has been vlsltln? schools the past week. Cleo Baker who was recently operated on for Severis getting better. the al eoplo from here attended Teachers' Association at Indian Creek bchool house last Saturday. Doctor Kerby Knob, Aug. 25. J. A. Lane Zweymer, of Holland, Mich., preachand two grandchildren visited at ed In tho Chapel last Sunday night. this place last week. Rev, Dalian-g- r Two now teachcro for McKee Acaof Rockcastle County preachid demy arrived hero last Saturday. at this place, Saturday and Sunday. ANN VI 1. 1. K 'Miss Myrtlo Click who spent a week Annvlllo, Aug. 26. The school at in Paris Is homo for the next two Lincoln Hall Academy Is progressing weeks. She will return to Berea tho nicely with 110 in attendance. The Gth of Sept. M3s Cora Williams wa3 teachers are tho 'Misses Cornelia tho guest of the Mlcses Mary and Walvoord, and Marie Muyskcns and Sarah Kerby, Saturday and Sunday. Ruth L. Ischo. Miss Helen E. Gearl Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Johnson visited who has been spending her vacation Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Click, Saturday hero this summo. and doing some night. Tho Misses Bessie nnd Flossie Sunday school work will leave tor Click are visiting relatives at Bear her homo, Thursday of this week. Wallow and Drassfiejd, this week. Think all who has bad tho pleasure AND GIRLS IN THE LE88 WEALTHY PORTION8 OF MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON BY HANDICAPPED COUNTIES ARE ALREADY SUFFICIENTLY Kingston, Aug. 2C John W. Webb THEIR POVERTY AND IGNORANCE. WHY, THEN, UNDER HEAVEN, nnd Miss Jessie Young left, Monday, INCOMPETENT BY CHEAP, HANDICAPPED ARE THEY FURTHER for Battle Creek. Mich., whero thy TEACHER87 have K8ltlons In the Sanitarium at There ought to bo, as soon as tho proper legislation can bo had, that place. John Welch and Miss only ono certificate granted to all tcachors and that of tho first class. Huhy Smith of Berea spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. If thero aro districts unablo to pay in full for a first class tcachor lot John Miss Suda Powell. rejoicing over L. Green are tho county board mako up tho diffcrenco out of tho county fund, for tho arrival of a girl, tho 2&th. Mrs. which it was intended. THESE POORER DISTRICTS PAY THE Rolllo Riddle and daughter, Mrs. JuSAME RATE OF TAX, SO FAR AS THEY HAVE TAXABLES, lia Maupln, aro visiting relatives at Lexington, this week. Tho Misses AS DO THE WEALTHIER SECTIONS, AND THEY SHOULD Ora and Ethel Flanery left, Tuesday, HAVE A FAIR AND LIBERAL DEAL. for North Dakota, whero they will This is not only generous and unselfish, but it is Christliko, and teach school for the next nlno months. Miss Alice Golden of it is a wise business proposition to mako good and intelligent citizens spent last week with her aunt, Berea Mrs. think when tho pcoplo consider this Richard Golden. John Powell returnout of theso less fortunatcs. question deliberately thoy will sco tho. folly of prcsont methods and ed, Saturday, from Mlddlctown, Ohio, visiting his daughwhere he has demand a chango and will got it. Therefore it wcruld bo wiso for ter, Mrs. Roy been Hudson. Mr. nnd Mrs. teachers to prcparo themselves to got first class certificates, and I Whit Moody spent Saturday and Sun-da- y with the latter's mother, Mrs. think they havo no time to loso because tho chango when startod will Tho stato has two normal schools and tho univorsity Ballard. Mr. and Mrs. Will Cornell-so- n como quickly. wero the guets of Mr. and Mrs. whose business it is to prcparo tcachors. Douglas Young last Sundny. Several 'Not 25 per cent of tho teachers of tho stato aro taking advantago young people wero dcllghfully enterof theso opportunities, and many of them will bo left out when tho tained at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Flanery, Snturday night. Mrs. am hoping to sco tho day when our teachers will bo Charlie Powell Is visiting chango comes. relatives better paid, but when that day dawns it will bring with it also an un- In Mlddletown, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs Sherman Abrams of Richmond spent deniable demand for better preparod teachers. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. F. THE BOY8 THE BEREA HOSPITAL BEREA, KY. grocery clerk for tho past sixteen months returned home, Friday. Tho ppplo and poach crop Is far nbovo tho average. Miss Lucy Barrett enher of tertained about twenty-fiv- e Irlends at an apple peeling Saturday night, qulto a number ot games wero played. Those who wero present Is a flno time. Tom Hnrrls erecting a new hcuso on the Silver Creek and Bluo Lick road which hJ will occupy soon. W. J. Tlsdalo left whero he will for Wlldle, Sunday, lie employed by tin Bell Telephone 1 Company, for somo time. re--p- OUR I ESTILL COUNTY WAO.KURVILLK I OWSLEYCOUNTY a rain last week which was badly needG. B. Moore returned from ed. Hamilton, O., after being thcro for a week. The school at Esau Is progressing nicely with John Frost, Jr. as teacher. Several of our cltliens wero at Boonevllle this week attending the Bpeclal term of Court which was called for the purpose of trying the parties Indicted for tho murder of Dock Gabbard. Tho trial was lKst- iwned till tho Dec. term of court. 'Mrs. Mary Gabbard visited relatives at the Betty Bowman Branch, Sunday. Miss Pearl Gabbard spent Saturday and Sunday with friends and lelatlvea on Cow Creek. John Rey nolds and family visited relatives at Pebworth, Saturday nnd Sunday. G, Reynolds of Eversole was at D. COW CHKKK Cow Creek, Aug. 24. Had good - Wngersvllle, Aug. 20. Tho Singing School at this place Is progressing ulcely. Miss Ruth Scrlvuer ot Richmoud Is visiting relatives hero at presents Tho Misses Lena and Anna Flynn entertained a number ot friends, Sunday. Master Leo 0. Kelley of Clays Ferry la visiting his aunt, '.Miss Mary Wilson, this week. Tho 'Misses Rena and Edna Wilson, spent Saturday with Mrs. Allen Powell. Tho Misses Rosa Arvlne, Nettle Noland, Anna M. Wagcre and tho Messrs. Allen Gnrrett and Leonard Tarks. Wagers were the guests of Miss M.UE LICK tlon at Shclbyvlllo, Ky. Mrs. R. S. Blue Lick, Aug. 26. K. F. Harris Kato Wagers, Sunday. Dr. S. Scrlv-nWilson nnd daughter, Ethel, visited of 'Millers Creek has located friends and rclattvco at Harard tlw mnde a business trip to Whites Stahere. Ho moved his family to the last week. Josh Hollln and family tion, Wednesday. Our school has property vacated by Jesse McGregor. of McKee visited Earn Thomas, Sat- good attendance with Miss Alberta Miss Bruco Moore was tho guest of Rev. Hlgglns urday and Sunday. GranJ. Fryo of Norvell as teacher. formerly of this place returned, 8uu-da- Miss Mary Wilson, Buuday, Turin was a welcomo guest of from Indlar.ii. '.Miss Halite NorCook, Sutu'day night. N. W. TRADE MORAL Nobody would Brower and his boys sold over 1700 vell of Whites Station was a guest have known the Good Samarworth of cattle tho past week. Ceo. of her Bister, Berta, the past week. E. Jones of Dreyfus who recently Roach of Grocnhall has been helpitan's kind act were it not for ing Blalno Wilson mako cross ties. icturned from tho navy was a caller Travel-In- g J. H. Spcnco is, planning on attend- In this vicinity, Thursday. Our Saviour's parable. Be the salesman, Jno. Johnson, returned ing the old Baptbt Association which home folks' Good Samaritan, homo, Friday, from a thrco weeks will lie held In Madison County. L. B. Brewer has been visiting a trip through Eastern Kentucky. Mr. Merchant; make this pa.Mrs. Delia Terrlll has boon qulto sick week In Madison and Garrard counper your commercial bible; ties. The ochcol hero is progress- for the iast ttn days. Arthur John-eoreturntd, Sunday, to Shawhan, ing nicely with 'Miss Kato Wilson as write your own parable and teacher. Mr. and Mrsf V. 8. Brew- Ky., to asaunio his duties as a railer and son, W, G. Brewer, and family road employee, after a week's visit put It In our advertising visited the latler's father-in-laMr. with home folks. Frank Klnnard who lias been employed la Omaha as a John Lane, of Island City, Sunday, er EJ-wa- rd y, n.