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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER AN C, (The Citizen 1012 Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge Is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XIV. FIvo contB a copy. Ono Dollar a year. No. 10 IDIOT OR INSANE ML Meet A certain npostlo of good cheer says that tho person who worries is oither an idiot or Insane. Tlmt Is pretty strong Inngungo, but perhaps lio thought it woidd tnko strong incdicino to effect n cure. Wo liaro nhvnys kno.vn tlmt worry is not merely useless hut positively harmful harmful hecauso it cripples efficiency, lessens resistance, and thus prepares the wny for the unexpected misfortune), the ilruaded disenso or anticipated failure. And ne have often spoken of it as foolish, nnd forthwith resolved to hn philosopher, but noon found to tlmt it was easier to philosophize than to be n philosopher--ensi- er prench than to practice. And we fear tlmt most of our readers nnd some others hnvu had n like experience. Hut wo nil know that we are neither idiots nor insane nnd, thero-forin order that wo may not prove the sage a liar, let us just say that no nro going to quit right now. Let us begin nt once to bo philosophers, to practices what wo prench, nnd let us try to forget 11 o, that IBB II Berea September 11 wo ever were morose and unhnppy, that our faces were ever clouded will; worry. And that wo may not stumble and fall ngnin, let us remember that most of our troubles are of yesterday nnd tomorrow, that thoy nro products of Imagination and fear; furthermore, that real troubles nre easily borne, tho imaginary ones, only, beiug intolerable. And it is well to remember also that worry is not only foolish but that it is sinful. "I dare no more fret than to curse and swear" said Wesley, nnd wo aro inclined to think that that is the proper way to look nt it. Somo ono nsked Gladstone how ho could carry the great burdens of his life without worry, and ho took the inquirer to his bedroom and pointed to n motto that faced him as he nwoke every morning: "Thou wilt keep him in perfect peaco whose mind is staid on thee." It is worry and not work that wrinkles the brow, that shortens life. Let us be thankful for the good crops of this year. The census shows that Kentucky farmers have been paying off debts and laying up money, and this year is going to bo a year of good crops. And let us make good use of our property. If we havo a little surplus money, put it where it will help us next year nnd the year after. Build a barn, send n son or daughter to school, pay oil the mortgage. It sometimes takes more sense to use money than to make monoy. Three bad ways of spending money are: for clothes that we do not need, for pleasures that bring sorrow after them, and for vain show af funerals. What shall we talk about ns we stand at the door, or sit on the porch, or meet at the association or the church-house- ? Well, don't talk about your neighbors' faults, or about things that do no good. When two sensible persons meet they swap ideas and each one goes away the wiser. Find out what good tilings your neighbor knows about farming or Tell him what good things you hare found in tho Bible or the Newspaper. post-office houBe-keepin- JUL 1 r-- UNITED STATES NEWS IN OUR JWN STATE Country Smitten by Hot Wave Many School Census Graft New Indictment of the House Fly Methodist ConKilled by Torrsnts Michigan PrimariesMr. Roosevelt in Vermont-Cheer- ing; ference in Session Corporations to pay their dust Taxes Miracle News at Taft HeadElectrocuted. quarters. I0L1TICAL WEATIU3U VANE For tho first time in tho history of Vermont tho Republican candidato for Governor failed, Tuesday, to a majority of tho votes. This causes tho selection of tho chief to bo mado by tho Legislature. Tho returns from all but 14 small towns gavo Fletcher, Republican, ob-tu- ln 2j,-07- 2; I .i . .r-u- rL.M,.C K.T.5rVi5:i : .5 !r. '.J.'? V.aVlY-n.- Howe, Democrat, 1U.472; llctz-ge- r, V f ... r. Taft, Roosevelt, Wood row Wilson are candidates for the presidency, and all of them have given the highest endorsement to Berea Collego. See What We Give You Tho Citizen WORLD NEWS !ta Intends to glvo readers a dollar's worth of thought Still Unsettled In Mexico Anarchy in and Inspiration every week. Nicaragua Tho Victim of a Plo- tIt Is worth a great deal to havo England to Demand Arbitration. news to havo it reported promptly NEW OUTKHEAK IN MEXICO and truthfully and to havo It fo to President Madcro's assuranco presented that wo aro glad to havo tho American public that tho revoluCur wives and children rend It. that Many men wo know make- 6ovor.il tion Is practically ended and dollars ovory week Just by reading peaco conditions will soon prevail our market reports. Many women wo throughout tho republic has failed know mnko a dollar every llttlj of realization, General Orazco having whllo by reading what wo glvo them escaped from tho federal trap nnd a begun new depredations. about tho great nrt of running Tho government Is said to bo houso and caring for a family. although General Huerta has And this week wo glvo you alt a now Introduction to tho great feast a force of ten thousand with which which Korea Collego spreads for Its to combat blm. NICAUAQUAN SITUATION mountain friends. Uorea never sends o A statu of anarchy still exists In Its advertisements or Invitations, tho mountains, but moro nnd Nicaragua. Pres. Taft lato last week moro pcoplo find out about It nnd rescinded his order dispatching troops como from fnr off states llko Wisconto assist In quelling tho disturbance, sin nnd Texas. Hut llerea Collego and having been assured that tho marines all Its department nro gcrrvd up to would bo sufficient. Tho government meet tho needs of tho pcoplo In finds It difficult to keep In communi(Contlnurd on Page Flc cation with tho American minister at Mnngua, but tho two thousand or moro marines nro relied ontoboabli to protect American Interests. CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE out-slil- Progressive, 15,070. Altho thero was a split In tho Reparty, tho Progressives publican failed to polo as many votes as expected. Gov. Wilson is much pleased with the fact that tho Democrats moro than held their own and says it means business thruout tho country. THE HOT WAVE As usual, Septombcr is holding her record for making up for any thing that the other summer months may havo lacked In tho way of heat, the hot wave spreading over tho country tho latter part of last week and this, In many places, having broken all tbo records this summer. So far Columbus, Ohio, seems to havo been tho heaviest sufferer. Many children nnd even soldiers and beasts ot burden, having succumbed to tho intolerable- heat. TORRENTS KILLED MANY Heavy rains in West Virginia flooding mountain streams aro reported to havo caused tho death of twenty persons In tho Panhandlo district of West Virginia, Sunday. Many houses wcro washed away and great proper- THE VICTIM OF A PLOT Tho Cuban minister at Washington Editorials virtually acknowledgeo that tho atKentucky News tack upon tho Amorlcan In chnrgo of World News tho legation at Havana last week was Discoveries In Education President tho result of a plot which had for Frost's Addrers at "Harlan. Its purpose tho Interfercnco of tho Seo What Wo Glvo You. Washington government with Cuban affairs. Tho demand has been mado PAOE TWO. from Washington that tho offender Editorials. bo summarily punished. Pres. Frost's Address (con.) WILL DEMAND ARHITRATION PAOB THREE Official announcement has been Our Teachers Department. d' mado in Loudon that a formal Sunday School Lesson. mnnd for Arbitration of tho Panama Korea's Extension Service. Canal question between tho United Why Enter School in tho Fall Term. States and England Is to bo made, nnd It Is believed that Instructions PAGE FOUR to that effect havo already boen forLocals. warded to Washington. At tho snnio Loiters to Tho Cltlicn. tluio It Is unofficially eta ted at WashPAOE FIVE ington that tho request will not bo Health Hints for New Students. granted, and a muddlo seems imPAGE FIRST Letter to tho Editor. PAGE A Now Building for Berea Gins. SEC minent. Tho question at issue, Is, Shall tho United States operate tho canal, her own property, so as to benefit her own citizens, or shall sho put them upon a footing with tho English and other foreign shipping Interests? Tho canal bill signed by tho President discriminates In favor of American shipping In tho matter of tolls as against all foreign nations but not between them. Continued on pge Vic Pres. Frost's Address (con.) Serial Story. PAOE SEVEN Intensive Farming Friends you will know In Keren. PAOE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky News. English Sparrow a Pest How to Ilalso Celery. ty damage was dono. MICHIGAN PRIMARIES In tho Michigan primaries held Inst Tuesday, tho voto of tho Progressives was only seven per cent WM. GOODELL FROST, of tho normal Republican vote, whllo President of Berea College tho democrats polled a heavy voto as did tho regular Republicans. This is taken to lndlcato that Mr. Roosevelt's following is not so strons as beforo tbo Chicago convention, President Frost Speaks at Harlan Court House on Invitation of when ho was a Republican, but of courso tho cntlro country cannot the Commercial Club. Predicts Mountain Progress and bo Judged by tho sentiment of ono Points the Way. state, and Michigan gives tho opponents but llttlo President and Mrs. Frost who have antages, your aspirations, youf prog, ground for cheering. but recently returned from their vaca- ress, and I am at homo hero today. MR. ROOSEVELT IN VERMONT tion trip to Prlnco Edward Island And I am for the Mountains Mr. Roosevelt spent several days in wcro this week guests ot the Com Sometimes I meet In other parts speech making In Vermont last week ITHIS WEEK'S ISSUE Harlan mercial Club at Harlan, ot our stato thoso who point rather In behalf of tho Progressive candicounty, Kentucky. They wero welcomTho contract of Tho Citizen with scornful fingers at our end ot It, dates for stato offices. His speeches ed by Elijah F. DIzney, Superintendand sometimes I meet mountain pco- In tho main wero not very different Berea Collego calls for 3 or 4 adent of tho Hanan schools, tho Rev. plo who do not say "mountains" very from thoso mado In tho preconven-tlo- n vertising Issues each year. Last week Carl T. "Michel, and other prominent campaigns, their real aim be- most of our spaco was taken up by was, loudly. They Just whisper it, that citizens. Pres. Frost's address thoy belong to such or such a mouning to ad van co the interest of tho articles In Interest of tha College, In part, as follows: tain county. Now I foel altogether new national progressive party and EBttlng forth tho advantages at Bcrra and pleading for eduAlways Knew Harlanl differently. his own candidacy. Ho dealt many Twenty years ago I bad a chauco heavy blows to both tho old partlej. cation In general. Ladles and gentlemen, I havo been Again this week tho Collego ustwenty years on my way to Harlan-tow- to chooso my homo. I was very com- Just how effectlvo they will bo will es most of our spaca, and wo bellovo but I foel very much nt homo fortably settled In Important school bo told by tho balloting, Tuesday. that, while much ot this is in tho hero today. I did not wait to havo work. In Ohio. I had Invitations to TAFT HEADQUARTERS MORE naturo of advertising, it will bo of tho railroad built in order to mako tho presidency ot four institutions, CHEERFUL tho Journey easier, but I havo sim- ono In tho east, ono in tho west, It Is reported from New York that lntorest to many who havo no chilapply delayed my visit becauso I felt ono In tho south outsldo tho mountho Taft Headquarters In that city dren to send to school and will my tains, and ono In tho south Inside aro finding somo crumbs ot comfort peal on Its merits as educational matthoro wcro other places whero presenco was needed moro. I conn !tho mountains. I choso the moun In tho reports coming In from tho ter. Wo call special attention to Pres. to tains. I can claim to bo a better various states. Tho primaries to Harlan as a In Is meet tho friends whom I havo known mountain man than somo of you. Michigan, tho progressive split In Frost's Harlan Address, which In other places and look upon tho You camo to tho mountains thru tho Illinois, progressive m worthy of cntranco Into ovcry moundefections ho.--o scenes with which, In imagination, I will of your parents. I camo Ohio and Indiana, and tho discovery tain homo and will bo pleasing and will havo been long familiar. I do not thru my owu cholco. of soveral speakers who aro ablo Instructive to every ono who And through my wldo acquaintance t5 hold their own with tho best take tlmo to read It. bellovo I could be lost or feel a Tho article entitled "Health Hints stranger In any county of tho moun- east and west I am often called up- campaigners, both among tho demotain district, and certainly In Harlan on to speak for tho mountains. Our crats and tho Progressives, nre somo for New Students," is Just as apand should be bo pealing to County I can find no surprises. part of tho country is too llttlo of tho things that aro said to ot Interest. Coutlnucd on rgc Tuo Continued on I'igt Fnc I havo known your history, your ad- - I Discoveries in Education NEW FORM OF RODUERY Tho Department of Education at Frankfort has been unearthing seri ous fraud In tbo census returns jit Paris, tho schools In Hopklnsvlllc, nnd Covington. The purging of theso returns has already saved tho stato '$100,000 and further, investigations aro expected to curtail tbo graft to tho extent of $150,000 more. Who can bo trusted if not our cchool officials? FLY CARRIES HOOKWORM Dr. Lillian South, Stato Bacteriologist, has mado tho important discovery that tho houso fly is a ready carrier of tho Hookworm disease tho egg of tho worm having been discovered by her cn tho legs of many flies, sent in from hook worm Infected districts. Tho Indictment against the houso fly Is a long ono and Dr. South's discovery gives another potent reason for Its speedy extermination. KENTUCKY CONFERENCE IN SESSION Tho annual conference ot tho Methodist Eplscoplal church convened yesterday In Barbourvllle. Bishop Thlrklcld preoldes and Bishop Anderson will bo present during part of the session. Moro than a hundred ministers aro present whoso appointment to tho same or now charges will possibly bo announced, Monday. CORPORATIONS MUST PAY THEIR SHARE The failure of tho Legislature In Its last session to pass tho Public Utilities Act and th, great drain up on tho state's resources resulting from tho pensioning of tho confeder- ato soldiers, has resulted In a pros pective deficit In tho stato treasury of a million dollars, nnd produced a crisis In tho stato financial system which tho government has been struggling for a number of months to meet. Tho only way out that appeared was to forco tho corporations to bear their fair charo of tho state's burdens. This was what tho Public Utilities Act would havo dono, bat tho act falling of passage, It remained for tho old board ot assessment to tacklo the problem. This it has m(Contlnud on lAst rage) ed n, ts SEE WHAT BEREA OFFERS ON PAGE 7 Page Two. Tlio contenta of these chapter nro logically arranged and every phate of sanitation, clothing, exercise, feed A family newspaper (or all that la right, Ing, caro and treatment, Is palnstnU- trua and Intaraitlnf. Ingly cPvcroel. And tho booklet l authoritative-too- , nerra, Kjr. pulillihn! ttty Thursday at tho material, having been scrutlnU cd or edited by a number of the DEREA PUBLISHING CO. best physicians of tho country. Would (Inrorpornlril) P. Faulknar, Editor and Manager. that every family could Iw supplied J. with It. THE CITIZEN Good acquaintance. Every mountain Flnt Discovery Parents Give the Start j ty of Kentucky, moat of tho mountain And tho mountain people of today .counties of tho Virginias, Tennesson, Tho first discovery Is that no matnot only havo n good ancestry, bat r.nd North Carolina, and somo of tho ter bow good tho school, or teacher, they havo good principles. They mountain counties of Georgia and or books, may be, It Is, after all, bellcvo In temperance, In law, In Alabama aro represented ntnong our tho father and tho mother who glvo Justice, In patriotism, In religion. A undents. Theso young people get tho start. Of conrso they glvo a l:ngo part of our southland was co.i acquainted, friendships aro formed, rtart through heredity. The child tam hint oil by the Institution of hu- i.thl everything mndo ready for co- necessarily Inherits rcsemblancfs lit man slavry. Kvorylrody knows- - today operation in later life. mind nnd Inxly which como from that slavery hurt tho It And then wo havo our Extension father nnd mother. Hut moro than tempted him nnd weakened him In a Service. Every yenr wo spend money, that Is tho Inheritance which tit thousand ways, but this curso t,f all wo ran, In sending traveling lib- child gets by living In tho family thru slavery never entered the mountains raries nnd lecturers nnd preachers tho first years of Ills dawning lit to any grent extent. When the great through the mountain region to ex- II makes nil tho difference In tho war came that was to decide the fi- tend acquaintance, and give Inspiraworld how things are Interpreted to lial destiny of America, the mountion nnd uplift to tho iieoplo who n llttlo child. If tho father and mother tains had tho courago and the wv tan never romo to llercn. talk with the child, explain things dom nnd tho Independence to s.ii nnd nm to It. cnll Its nttentlon to this And outside of Borca Collego for tho Union. They held this state that which Is Important nnd Interest one of n small group of gentleman to tho old flag. They made West Ing, tench It from tho beginning who malntnin n weekly newspaper Virginia secedo'from secession. They good, which Is now circulating In most (t things which nro useful and put 1S0.000 men from the mounencourage n answer Its questions, nnd nnd forms our tains of Kentucky and Tennessee, nnd bond mountain rountlen a means Impulsro, wo shall hao of acquaintance nnd for nil Its best North Carolina, and Georgia nnd Ala- exchanging a good child anil all tho temptations Ideas nnd working bama, mm tho Virginias Into the arIn wnys llko this wo are of tho world can never wlpo out that mies that fotmtit for our great moungoing to romo nt last to possess rll good Instruction of tho home. tain leader, Abraham Lincoln. Now somo peoplo r.lwnys knew this. tho advantages which Kople havo who And the Mountains Have a Great FuHut investigators nnd tho scientists live tn cities without losing the adture vantages which wo havo In our sweet nnd tho psychologists nnd their care great and lovely country homes. And tho mountains have a ful researches and laborious Invcstlga thins come nround to tho samo con future. They havo not run out, but The Mountains Lack Education clusion parents give children havo only Just begun. Wo know this thdr by studying tho history of other And wo must ray to ourselves nnd start. It Is In tho power of any years to others very frankly that the moun- Mother by talking to her child, read mountain countries. Twenty-on- o ago I crossed the ocean for the first tains lack education. Education Is n ing to It. and sbnrlnK Its amusement. time. On the same ship with me was new thing. Only a very few peoplo nnd nnsworing Its questlons,sto set n gentleman who was going to at- had It fifty years ago. I saw this Ic on the right track for Improve- tend tho five hundredth anniversary need twenty-fiv- e years ago when 'ment through life cf first visited the mountains In West j Second Discovery The Farm of the founding of the Republic la Switzerland. Switzerland is the Virginia. I had tin pleasure? of bethe Oest Place for Children tho ing the first ouo to Introduce Indus- oldest republic In the world A second discovery, an old fashion- Have coun-Princip- le slave-holder. ' 1 ' 1 September 5, 1912. Dlacovery Tobacco Hurts Boyt Thcro Is ono thing which Is today doing moro harm to our American boys than anything cleo, and I must speak of that for a moment, I mean tobacco, I am not n crank on tho imhjcct of tobneco. I shall not blamo tho mature man, or tho maturo woman, who Is In tho habit of usln tobacco and finds In it a sort of comfort and relief. Hut sclcnco has dis covered that tobacco always hurts n growing boy. You would bo surprised It I could tako time to tell you how definitely this harm ran bo measured. A doctor could draw a drop of blood from tho end of n boy's too and toll you by examining that blood whether tho boy baa smoked a clgaretto withhours, A doctor ran in twenty-fou- r feel n boy's pu)3o nnd tell you whether ho has used tobacco to any extent within a week. Tho great scientist of Clark University has tried tho experiment on young nnlmnls and has nhcwn most definite-I- ;' how tho smallest Infusion of tobacco In tho blood ctunts tho growth nnd prepares tho body and mind for tnrlous weaknesses and troubles. I am not speaking now of tho expense of tobacco, or Its unpleasantness ns n matter of dirt nnd smoko. I nm not Laying that somo men can uso tobacco without harm. I'crhnps they can. Hut every icrcon who uses tobacco before Ira Is fully matured Fourth The Citizen The Mountain Peopla ono human being purely nnd f 1.00 warmly, and you will love all. The Ont Yfr . . g to heart In this heaven, like the 81 1 Month .15 Three Mentha sun. sees nothing, from tho p to the ocean, but a mirror or Huprrw Money Sfntt mnnfjrliy Ortler. Draft. Krglttrcl Letter, or one am! two which It warms and fills. Jean Paul rAYAM.lt IN ADVANCK . wan-durindew-drorot-fnc- Subscription Ratos Lvo cent atampa The dale after vour name on lalwl liowa to Itlchter. what Hate your ulcrttlou l pM. If It l not Wo ought to bo ashamed of being chansrtl within three weel after renenal careful for riches, how wo may acquire notify tia. MlMinjt numbers will It gladly aupplieil If we them In greatest nbundancc, nnd for re notified. Glory and honor, but care not nor I'lne Premluma given for new ulcr!ptfon and prompt renewaln. fceml for Premium I.l't tako thought for wisdom and truth, ubriptlon. for u. Any one "ending n four md for our couls, how they may bo yearly t ui"cnpuoucnn receive i netmzen iree raado most perfect. Socrates. for lifmrlf for one mr Theology Is rather a divine Advertling ratraon application. life MFMnr.R OF than a dlvlno knowledge. In heaven, indeed, wo Bhall first see and then love; but hero on earth wo must first lovo, and lovo will open our eyes as well ns our hearts; nnd wo shall then see and percelvo nud understand. Jeremy Taylor. Discoveries in Education Continued from I'irtt Page KKNTUCKV PRKSS ASSOCIATION, Kentucky.Health Work Commended known nnd too frequently misundergoing to bo In somo degreo stuntstood or oven misrepresented. Tho Mr. Wlckllffe Rose, tho Kxecutlvo fact is that every part of tho couned In body or In mind. Secretary of tho Rockefeller Sanitary try Is misunderstood and mlsreprJ-centeI'Tlro fjKhtern havo always knowu commission, recently made a tour of this. NVWuan who uses tobacco would" Wo here do not understand Kentucky, and his report to the com- altogether cither tho greatness or tho dare go Into n prlzo fight. If wo caro mittee Is highly commendatory of tho sinfulness of our largo cities. Kvery for our boys, if wo wish to send them work being done In Kentucky undor man who can travel from ono part Into tho battlo of Hfo with tho largest the State Board of Health. certalnlty of success, let us do our of the country to another and tell Ho visited tho summer school for tho truth is doing good. I shall say utmost, nnd do It now, to stop tho county health officers, held In Louisuso of tobacco among boys. hero today tho things which I have ville, July S to 11th, nnd has nothnald In Cincinnati, Chicago and New Fifth Dlacovery It pays to Educate tho York. I ing but words of pralso for think I can claim that I have Girls work done there. not spoken In vain in those cities. It pays to clucato girls., Peoplo did Roso was especially Interested Twenty years ago a young man going Mr. uso to think co. At least, they In tho fight being made In the stato to Cincinnati nnd saying, "I am from u&cd to think that tho education of against Hook Worm and commends tho mountains of Kentucky" would tho home waa enough. Hut In our the work being done In tho laboratory have met with small consideration. tlmo tho management of a homo has at Bowling Green by Dr. South and Today, partly thru my efforts wo H 1 CtftMaaaaaaaaaaaaal got to bo a moro oerluus thing than others, and the field work of Dr. are so much better understood there tver. Tho woman of tho houxo must Lock, of Barbourvlllo, who has a new that any young man who comes from know how to train her children, how-tand cffectlvo method of treatment our mountains has a better recognicare for tho sick, and how to do and who makes tho slides for h'3 tion than ono coming from othr a hundred other things which rwrnlro pictures from original photographs. parts of the state tinlnllig and Intelligence. Moro nnd Ho reports Dr. Lock as saying that moro girls aro being trained to tench njnety per cent of his patients are The Mountains a Good Place to be hchool. I believe In a man teacher as Born in cured by ono treatment. much as In a woman teacher, First of nil our mountains arc a Dr. Helzer, tho vital statistician, more, but a great many comes in for much praise, and tho good place to be born in. God has Clrls are going to tench school. Hut enthusiasm of all the forces utilized given us pure air, the glorious forests. my anxiety Is Just as greaffor thos' by tho Board of Health is commended. and tho sweet country homes which who will never teach school but who form tho best cradles for any chill. Mr. Rose was also Impressed with will bo tho mothers in our homes. tho eagerness of tho people to hear It is In homes like ours that a large This very discovery which wo have the Health lectures and their ready proportion of tho gTeat men of the talked about taught that tho beat rtsponso In submitting specimens for world havo been born, and while the education for tho first seven years country homes in other parts of microscopical tests. Is In the homo and shows tho tho United States havo been growing From Homes Like This America May Expect the Best Children. of having n mother thero' fewer and less sweet and wholesome, Agricultural Extension who Is In every way fitted for her the country homes in our mountains The Lever Agricultural Extension havo been growing more numerous mountain republic. It Is surrounded trial cd'ucatlon In this region nnd wo ed truth, la that tho farm Is tho best high responsibilities. .Show mo the by empires nnd kingdoms nnd tyr wore tho first at Ucrea to Introduce placo for children. Somo of us havo homes where tho women can re-iMil, providing for Federal and State and better. annies, great and small, but there practice-teachin- g for those who aro always believed this, but tho mm and play on tho organ nnd prepare support of a plan to maintain a skillThe Mountain People of Good Ances- it stands founded on the snow-cla- d today havo good food, lead In sensible conversaIn training fcr positions as public of sclonro and ed farm demonstrator In every agritry by Its mountain school teachers, and I have given my como . back to this final conclusion. tion, nnd I will chow you tho homes Alps, watered cultural county of the nation, passed And tho mountain people come cf titreams, warmed by Its" pine torests, best endeavors to arrange short No expensho Kindergarten, no high- where thero Is Joy nnd comfort nnd the House, Aug. 23, but was not actgood stock and ancestry. This his supported by Its well tilled valleys 'courses so that the boy or girl who ly trained teacher, no advantages In tho homes from which sons ed upon by tho Senato. The National and A end hillside pastures and fireside In- cunnot como to school for many years tho most wealthy home, rnn bo t.s daughters will go out to Joyful and Soil Fertility league is interested in often been ruthlessly disputed. fnw yars ngo one of Kentucky Is today one of the best can still get tho lnrgest start In train- - good for children as tho simple, life H8erul careers. dustries, and the bill and will urge its favorable consideration by the Senate when senators was quoted In New Yorn educated, most Intelligent, virtuous, Ing nud In knowledge by n short on n farm where father and mother Sixth Dlacovery Hand Training De- City as saying that the people cf progressive happy nations on God's course. And we have believed In wrk with their own children. ?.rttrk Congress in December. velopa Drain The enactment of this measure our mountains were descended from earth. Now what the mountains of manual labor. I will tell you presently you. I say a farm where tho father This again Is ono of tho discoveries criminals and escaped renegades. I Switzerland are the mountains nnd of como of tho philosophical reasons for and mother r.ro good peoplo would, no doubt, result In placing which I should llko to talk about for t tho Unifed States in tho in know this was far from tho truth. America are going to be. And 1 havo this. Tho practical reason Is that our where they work with their children. full hour. I'eoplo havo discovered 1 took tlmo to visit tho great Conpoor. They cannot send n As the child learns to lovo and care twlco visited the mountain Kingdom lcople aro tho matter of scientific agriculture. that every art acquired by tho band We aro already ono of the greatest gressional Library in Washington and of Scotland from which bo many of toy or girl to live In luxury for four for animnla on tho farm, ho Is trainmakes a chango In tho very flbro our own ancestors came. Scotland years nt an expensive school. Wo ed In sympathy and a sen3o of resagricultural nations if not tho great- make somo investigations as to of things. I found a report b rugged and cold nnd bare, but It have made It possible for thoso who ponsibility. As ho watches tho grow- and structure of the brnln In n man'a est, but scientific supervision and hend. A scientist can cut oik-i- i tho direction would greatly add to our which was made to tho United States Is the home of n mighty people. From are going to school nt the same time ing crops ho beccmc8 n young phllo-roph- brain of a dead man nnd tell whether Senato in the year 1S34 on tho to earn somo money. and fools himself n child rf their sheep ranches and their fishing production and Insure an income to that man was right handed or left of revolutionary pensions. There shoals, nnd their turnip fields, ba-- o And wo havo mada living at Bcrc.i tho cTeat fTrentnr. Tim fnrm linn n the farmer proportionate to his ex thousand llttlo dtitlco suited for baby I'"u,,1''d - What does that menu? ft money, time and energy. was a list of all the families which gono forth a long procession of abb;, as low and as good as possible, penditure of it means that all our manual occupa g men was a grent uay when wo were ablo fingers nnd for children's minds. And It would nlsn eher-l- t thn rirnln nn thn I v'c tun receiving pensions in r Industrious, honest, cognition of services, rendered by nnd women who have made their to Introduce steam cooking so wo through tho perforuinnco of theso du- tions may bo educational. In train. fertility of tho soil and jnako tho i"K our fingers to play tho cabinet farm more productive year after coldlers in Washington's nrmy. Tho homes In all quarters of the world, could boll potatoes for five hundred ties night nnd morning, with Joy organ, training our nrms to hammer specified name, end wherover wer find a Scotchman students nnd do It better than It nnd guidance, tho child mind expands list tho soldier's year. wo aro developing the stato from which he served, nnd wo find somebody we can tlo to anJ could bo done for a family of throo more lieautlfully and moro perfectly out horw-shof'than In nny other ourroundlngs tint our brain power. tho placo where ho or his descendHelp for Farmers believe In. What Scotland has been Prsons. Now this s nnother wonderful bjess- can possibly bo Imagined. This should wero then living. Ladles ants and lr. Great Brltnlu our mountains are And we havo worked for religious bc-- a great ,no Cr?I,or. To begin with ho Tho United States Department of gentlemen, I found that nearly five going to be nnd nro becoming In comfort to fathers and lnK of Followers of Jesus i'bh so arranged things that tho Agriculture publishes bulletins. giving hundred of theso revolutionary pen- America. mothers. If wo havo a cabinet Christ in this world uro unhappily child Is well off even In tho humblest In our home, if wo havo a famiinformation along practically every sioners were then living In the divided. Christ's anxious prayer th ly newspaper The Mountains Lack nnl-- n tiparcely lino of agriculture, horticulture, on our table, If wo homo nnd now to completo tho blesssettled mountain counties of night of his betrayr.1 was that his spend tlmo evry day with Hut no part of the world Is yit ol husbandry, etc. Each CongressKentucky. That was a noble roll f our lit- ing ho has mado It posslblo for tho might bo drawn together tle man has a number of those to his honor, in that list which contained finished. Christ tnught us to pray, followers children until tbry nro sevon cr Mioroat man, by doing good work :i one eight years oome," and It lit and wived from fighting with old wo may hllevo thy his blacksmith shop, nt his carpencredit, and nnyono desiring one can tho names' that nro tho prldo nnd "Thy Kingdom another. Ilerea has stood for this am getting tho very uecuro it by making request of hU honor of our mountain country to- - coming, but It has not yet fully arbest training ter's bench, with his plow nnd nt so that peoplo of dif ami boo fo gt a certain education. Congressman. day wero tho following: Cawood, il ved any where. Wo mountain jieopW ferent names and churches, living that tho world can give. Of course this education needs to no Tho Commissioner of Agrlcultuia shackleford, Hall, Green, Click, Ham- - nave our short comings. "Our flrat Christ nnd praying for his kingdom, Third Discovery Some Schooling mixed with thn education EU(lt 'aclc 's luo Bamo as tno laCK nnd tho Loulsvlllo Commorlcal Club mPn, Woodson, '.Mcliarguo, of books Away From Home is a Great Help Hums . could work together. n.nl M.n....1. f country ieople the world over, the havo arranged for a booth which will nenge nnd all tho rest ""l ,,,,a Tho homo is tho place to start and " n"."""H,wh" be placed near tho main entrance f Discoveries in Education And theso families who had boos Inek ot acquaintance and ltendd us the home is tho Mare 1,er to lmvo "n't this Is a mlxturo which onsny get togetner. wo grounds where a list and fathers In Washington's tbo Stato Fair nrmy Ue cannot Now you have naked that I speak expect most of our boys and girls by tho Improvements of latter div of tho pamphlets issued by the camo from good places In the olJ uo "ol Kllow enc" 0lller we l,nS'i I.to you nbout discoveries In education will return for their life work. But of Agriculture will bo on world. Many of thorn wero descend- - 10 trust 08(111 t"er-nn- u io worn nana wUIcu niark tIl0 vrrmnt ng0t Somo every boy and girl ling nctual deslr educntlon B g0ng to lie possible for every human being. 8lUo ns wo Hl,a" file. Anyone desiring ono or more od from the Scotch convenantew. 1,1 ,mnJ Bl" of these discoveries are not altocother to see something of tho world, to God Intended no man to be poor, of thes books can mako his request t others came from tho southwest part 80,119 l!l'- - T1,ls WBS th trouble tn neW( hut tUey nre for tho flrt tlmo Improve thomselves and to measuw loverly, whoro It oxlsts, Is not a ro nmi uio pampnioiB win ue of England. The namo Bristol tney oertamo k wltlely known and put In prnctlco. iu themselves with others. This Is what In h witzenanu until ncrordnnco with thn plan or will of lonvarueu irom wtiiungton. Kast Tennessee was brought from " 1110 slronK a"116 t mP" "" uu"1 shall mention seven such dlscovorlaa. makes children restless nt a rortnln God. Somo of It has como through ,h roals n"a tho consecration of They nro all Ideao which como from tlmo In their own homes. It Is an 77 . Bristol In old England. Thoy. wore Valuable Pamphlet taught careful scientific Investigation nnd nctual rostloasness of tho bird InJ ipprcssioii. strong men havo by mcn nnd w,ne" w 0hcr stalwart, honorable, progressive, r craft, or force, robbed tho toller bo which nro ccnflrmed by common tho nost. God puts tho rostlossnoss Tho Metropolitan Llfo Insurance 'lnlus, God fearing, patriotic peo- - sl00l' Tue preachers and tho ot- - nmI tho have made sense. They nro not founded upon In them and pnronts must plan to that ho does not get tho full valuo of New York has issued and of his labor. Hut still moro poverty ' Peoplo have mado silentl-fl- c Satisfy It. Tho best way to moot comes from Now I bellevo In breeds. Good Switzerland what It Is. Tho samo ciieatefB. is distributing to Its policy holders tho fact thnt tho toiler tl,lnG 1" happening in Scotland, nnd this natural feeling of young per- did not lmvo Is bettor than poor ttock experiments In education. They iu and somo others a most valuable "ock trnlnlng nnd skill. Ho us samo lu,"G "8 Sinning ior have obiorvcd nnd written down tho rons Is to glvo them a fow terms of gavo to his work horses, nnd It is, too, m luo booklet, ontltlcd 'Tho Child.' It Is WfW sweat enough human beings. Tho boy or girl win It Is largely to meet this need that experience of thousands and thou, schooling In n place whero they will ho did not glvo thought enough, but rpproprlatoly illustrated with small Be-i- n meet aspiring young peoplo fronY rands of young people so that it lit marginal cuts nnd tho subject mat- has a great grandfather and a great I havo tolltd for twenty years In education la ono of tho great grent not nn ostlmato or nn opinion, but cthor localities, get their gllmpso of watchwords College. Wo havo three ter Is arranged In soven chapters un- grandmather who feared God nnd of the present day. wrought righteousness has a hotter agencies for bringing tho mountain a certainty which wo quoto to you. tho world, nnd bo propared either der the following heads: The Home, Hampton, Vn., Is a famous school tn go farther In nn adventurous caPreparing for tho Baby, The Baby up start In life, Is full of noblr peoplo together and welding them I havo not tlmo to glvo nil tho nower for colored peoplo. It rter, or to return with greater lovo .'olm Armstrong who was founded by to Ono Year, Tho ltunabout Baby, Impulses nnd larger incentives than Into ono mass of intelligent, friendly liltas, but I give you thoso which wns tho son of place, the) think nro most important to us, most than ever to tho placo of their n Tho Child of School Age, Tho Sick ono who Is not blossed with such n sympathy. In tho first missionary, born In a foreign land. ' birth. heritage. of certain, and mo3t fruitful. sehool itself becomes a center Child, and Emergencies. Continued on Page Six d. nt o porno-tlim- -s "of-o- ' ' fore-fron- er fculi-Je- ct j or-p- i ,,,,,, "T ) tench-Compa- wd-bullder- nl 1 September 5, 1912. Rreat caro and thought, has put out and you will, moro quickly than In any other way that I can suggest, Page Three. MT3MT10NAL MR. FARMER. Two Car Loads of Globe and Equity FERTILIZER For Fall sowing, Just arrived. Prices interesting and terms liberal. Scetlicm bclorcyou buy. pet teachers and children allko so that they will really grasp tho essentials of tho subject, because a touch of llfo has been added which makrs learning iosglilo through a keen Interest In tho problems. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV'SaaaaaaVaaaaaaaal ' SNWSCIM Lesson (Tlr H. O. RKM.ERS, Director of Evening; Department, Ttie Mooay uidis institute, Chicago.) C. D. Lewis. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV Why Enter School in the Fall Term Dy F. E. Matheny I. In CHRISMAN'S MAN" "THE FURNITURE OUR TEACHERS' DEPARTMENT What The Berca's Extension Workers Berea't Extension Service evangelists, Charles Spurgeon Knight, Is with his tent and wagons. Ho by Wr. It. W. Frary, accomKinled who Is ablo to teach people to sing on short notice, and Mr. J. U, Col Huh, ono of Berea's own students, who has won many prizes at athlet to contests and Is now campaigning for tho cause of progress and educa tion. Tho tent haa been pitched In Jackson nnd Rockcastle coun ties and Is this week In Clay. Every whero It leaves great waves of hope nnd enthusiasm behind It. Tho Citi zen will endeavor to glvo reports of some of brother Knight's great ser mons as tho campaign moves on. llerea College Is not content with benefiting merely tho 1,000 students who como to Its doors, but sends peo-pl- o out to peddle, ns It were, Its Edited by Prof. Charles D. Lewis good things, or rather to give them away far and wide. It has more than Is Matter? fifty "traveling libraries" which aro sent from ono school house to another to glvo pcoplo good reading. It Tlio Kdltcr of tho Teacher's De- to call upon anyoto clso for suggespartment wnnU to know what Is the tions? Theso threo things mark on.' has sent men llko Faulkner, to Hnymond, and liownian matter with tho teachers who wore of tho greatest steps forward that schools havo ever mado glvo encouragement to parents and expected to help lntho work start- Kentucky and wo should all HI10 to know how school teachers thru wldo regions. ed tho first of July. Tho Idea was This summer it is doing tho tho Department bo a spaco to they aro working. that subjects which greatest thing ever heard of in sendThen how aro-th- o by tho Editor from week to week, allhoiiKh that Is uulto enjoy- - you aro teaching getting along? Aro ing out ono of "tho most gifted !n nblo to him, hut that It bo a means they fresher ahd more iiowerful to tho teachers who aro scattered far your hands for tho upbuilding of char h among hills and valleys of getting In actor, and tho arousing of tho with each other and li'nprov- - Idrcn of your school to higher and Ing their own work and that of their happier things than they havo ever friends by an exchange of Idtns and Ibcen beforo? Do your parents tako a greater Interest In school than ever experiences. n 60 far there haa been so llttlo cor- - before? Is your school more of rcspondonco sont In that It begins social center for tho district than I. to look llko wo wero mistaken In has over been beforo hecauso of tho believing that thcro was need for Literary Society and tho Friday afteramedlum of exchange. Was It? Or noon programs to which every ono Is Invited? havo you, my friends, not been writTheso aro como of tho things tb.it for ing becauso you wero waiting comcono clso to mako tho start? It 1 want you to wrlto about, and many tho latter was tho caw, now Is your other things, too, which your expechance, for this week nothing Is to rience or your thought may suggeit, Ono moro thing nnd this week's bo In our spaco but tho appeal for work is over. Can you not send mo your help. JaaaaaaaaaLIaaaaaaaaaV'-aaaaaaaVSaaaaaaaaaa- l aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw How is tho battlo going with you? a postal card with tho moro statearo you following out ment Uiat you aro reading tho TeachHow faithfully tho most valuable Dally Program an I er's Department, and enjoy It, or Course of Study which tho stato has .do not read It hecauso you do not furnished you? How Is tho Compulsory enjoy It? When I sit down to my Iaw worltlng with you? Is It bring- - desk I want to feel that I am having Music Hall o lng Into your school tho few children a talk with a largo number of parents wero Indifferent as.ers, and It Is hard to feel that way lovers of music get high class Instruc Fifty Girls Who Can Play the to tho future of their children? Aro (If you do not at least glvo mo as very t!on In singing, or violin, for y tho now School Inspectors provided much as, a nod of tho head to small fees. But tho greatest work of Cabinet Organ and tho now law of lar.t winter help- - mind mo that you aro there this department during tho last year c. D. L. lng you so much that you do not need' has been In tho training of mors This llttlo building which contains than fifty girls, and quite a number of tho offlco of Prof, illgby, Director of young men besides, In tho uso of the Berea's music, nnd bis nsslstant, Miss cabinet organ. Atkinson, Is tho headquarters of a Tho cabinet organ Is the lnstru most delightful work. Derea gives meat for tho home, the school, nnd Instruction In singing freo to every he church. It blends with tho voice, studeut, and to thoso who aro some it is always in tune, and It can be what advanced special Instruction In carried in safety to tho most re Harmonla Society, Gleo Clubs, etc. moto district. Every home can havo ISesldcs this there Is a great brass a daughter who plays the cabinet or band for tho young men. Special gan. X Dins-more, nt cd I J cull-touc- j LESSON FOR SEPT. 8 Do a Full Year's Work The man who waits until tho sun THE MI89ION OF THE .TWELVE. is In mid sky to begin his work can 9:3J to 10:15 and I.E8S0N TKXT-M- att not hope to accomplish much. As 10:0 tn 11:1. tho day's work begins with tho ris TnXT-"- lta GOLDEN that recelvtlt you recelveth me, nnd he that recelvath ing sun, tho work of tho school be rfte recelveth him that aent me." Matt. gins in tho Fall term. To omit any 10:10. part of tho time means to omit somo Tho first verso of our lesson is a part of tho work. vivid picture of the llfo of our Lord. 2. In Order to Start with Others Going about from vlllago to village, In tho fall tho great student body he taught, healed and preached the start together and travel and grow good tidings of his new kingdom. together thru tho year, each having "Why? Not only becauso of his com the companionship, the sympathy and passionate heart as revealed In tho tho help of many classmates. Ho second verse of tho lesson, but alio bemoves right along with his class as a proof of his claims and, "that lieving jo might havo life through his with least effort on his part. By tho 20:30, 31. This does not, Inspiration of tho class ho is ablo to namo," John however, lessen the forco of this secdo work that he could not do alone, ond verse, for Jesus as the true ShepJt Is quito different if ho tries to herd was Indeed "touched with a feelJoin this class at Christmas time. He ing of our infirmities." Seeing tho makes discord In tho class and ho is multitude thus without a shepherd, so conscious of It and tho class is faint and weary as to lay down and conscious of it. In placo of being knowing that his great work was to helped by tho class ho Is dlscourag bo carried on by others after he had "finished" it upon Calvary, ho makes ed by It. Ho g a caterpillar with but. special provision by choosing tha terflles. The mistakes ho makes wero twelve and telling them definitely how common In class four months ago to carry on his ministry. and no one thought anything about Jesus realized that no ono man can them. The class has passed be- minister to all others except as he yond that point now and looks upon multiplies his personality In tho lives his mistakes as stupid. When a boy, of others. So It Is that be gives tho powerful example of I went to a summer school tho first church of today a how to answer tho prayer of verse 38 rart of tho harvest season. When by his practical method suggested In school closed and I entered tho har verse 1 of chapter 10. Hi's vision of vest field with stronger boys who verso 36 Is the passion of bis llfo and wero hardened to tho work, I was he Intends it to bo tho passion of our J at a disadvantage and discouraged. lives. , Disciples Restricted. It takes Time to Warm Uo tn J. Following this introduction we And Your Work a list of tho peculiarly chosen ones After your horses havo been Idle who aro to be bis after j for tho winter, you are very care- - his passing, and from verso 5 on wo iui auout tneir work In the spring. find the charge be delivers to them. It takes timo beforo they can di Thero Is In this charge, first, the note their best work. By fall they can do of limitation, verses 5 to IS; secondly, moro In ono day than they did In the note of warning, verses 16 to 23, three in the spring. It is the samo and thirdly the note of comparison, 21 to the end of this chapter with study. The student who enters verse and including 10:1. True, in this lesIn tho winter Is not moro than preson we havo only the first section, tha pared to do his best work when tho limitation together with tho final school year Is over. words of the chargo which in reality 4. Havo Better Chance In the Fall to amounts to a complete identification of his apostles with himself and ,hls Get Acquainted with Your Order to vico-geren- teach-whos- re-b- aw-ak- Money For You In It WIilmi you get a cluincu like this al clothes like these you had better take advantage of it. The profit is all yours. We are willing to give you our profit as a means of clearing the summer stock. HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes and other good things to wear at less than they are worth. In order to do your best work you must be acquainted with your schoolmates and especially your teachers. You cannot do your best work until you establish a friendship with them. To establish this friendship you must know each other. Tho teacher should not only know tho county vhero you live, hut should know something of your homo and your past life as well as your plans for tho futuro in order to do the most for you. When he .calls on you to jeclto ho then looks upon you with interest based upon knowledge. Ho knows better how to help you and what to expect of you. It Is easier to acquire this friendship with your teachers in tho fall when tho numbers aro not so large. 5. Better Chance to Get Work There Is moro work to bo dono in tho fall and fewer students to do it. This means that you havo a better chance to earn part of your, expenses. In this your supervisor nlso becomes acquainted with you and If you" work is gooj you sooner become promoted to a better Job. 0. Won't Start Later If you do not start In the fall when nil conditions aro moro favorable. tho chances aro that you will not start In tho winter. Every 'young person expects to become a Christian but somo put It off until they become men or women. Now tho fact is that thoso who put it off until they become men and women sel dom becoruo Christians, gov It is tho same way with your ing to school. It you put Ik off at the most favorablo time tho chances are you will never start. I know men to who put off starting from year year for four or flvo years and finally gavo It up entirely. If you really mean to start to school, start now. Dean Dinsmore Gets out Another Book Teachers life of ministry. Notice the grouping of tho names of these disciples. First the threo who formed that Inner circle, Peter, James and John, and with them Andrew, who first brought Peter to Jesus (John 1:41). After these the names aro In groups of two, and It was "as such they wero afterwards sent out, Mark 0:7. So we today are not alone, Matt. 28:20, Acts 1:8. Let us observe tho restriction placed upon these disciples. They aro to minister not to the Gentiles nor even the Samaritans, though Jesus did both during his life, John 4:4 and Matt. 15:22, hut not so theso whom he now Is sending, at least not till his work is complete and Israel has had its day of opportunity. After Calvary this restriction Is removed, as wo can see from tho book of Acts. Another restriction is In tho message and tho method. The message Is to bo tho good news of tho kingdom. They are to "herald forth" that It is at hand. That tho Messiah has come, wo aro tola mat mey aro noi to force the acceptance of their message. That in Its proclamation ttiey shall receive all sorts of opposition. That they must look well to their own character, they are to be as sheep amidst wolves, they shall be haled before courts and potentates, but such persecution Bball bo a witness against their persecutors for "his sake." Bearing of Disciples. R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY I'rofenur of Mathematica JOHN E. CALFEE. in Herca Normal School, and Author of Catfce'i Arithmetic. PALACE, MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY All kinds of fresh and cured meats and lard. Fish, Oysters and Poultry in Season. All kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries. PROMPT DILIVERY ; U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. Coyl BuHdlng, Mki SC. :: U Phone 5 r, they which aro interesting because ileal with tho thlugs closely related It it wero posslblo to Judge tho to tho llfo of tho child, profltablo value of a book by Its sizo or cost, aside from their Arithmetical value, thero would not bo many words re- for tho information they contain, quired to express tho value of tho bringing, as they do, to tho child' little book which l'rof. John E. Calfeo ml"d In a new way great truths re professor of Mathematics In tho Nor- garding llfo which aro wltbtn them mal Department of Derea College, selves enough to glvo a new out- has just bad Issued from tho College lodk'upon tho world. No subject In tho common school press. Thcro are but 61 pages, and tho prlco is smaller than tho book, curso is more poorly taught thau o Arithmetic, nnd chiefly because it is but It is just tho thing that tcachero aro looking for a bookish and dead. Get a copy of this collection of supplementary problems booklet which Professor Calfee, with Dinsmore. Calfee's Arithmetic wldo-awak- l'rof. John Wirt Dinsmore, Dean of tho Berea Normal School, brought out one of tho most popular books for teachers ever published Bomo two years ago entitled 'Teaching u District School." This summer another volume appears entitled "Tho Training of Children." It Is published by Tho American Book Company and is good reading for parents as well us teachers. Dan Dlnsmore's former book has been used in the reading circles of a dozen states and s this new volume promises to be equally useful and popular. It Is worth a journey to sit under tho Instruction of a great educational authority llko What Is to bo their method T First, it is to bo that of absolute dependence upon tho Father. It Is true "that Paul labored with his own bands, but at the same time ho accepted tho bounty of the churches and urged that such fruit might abound, Phil. 4:10, 15, 17. Jesus Is here teaching us tba other lesson that tho "laborer Is worthy of his hire." The disciple Is to heal. Tho ministry of hospital, nursing and godly physicians Is a marvel, ous fulfillment of this command. Observe well the ministry of medical missions. Thero Is no greater Inspiration to tho Christian church. What Is to be the bearing of theso disciples! It Is to be that of dignity and see Luke 10: C. While It Is true the disciple is to offer and not to force his message upon tho people, yet for Israel to reject was Indeed a worso state than that of Sodom and Gomorrah. Tha overthrow and scattering of tho Jewish nation is a byword in history. As to the note of compassion, wa should read all of this chapter. Remember the dignity of our work. Kemember that we go In tha name of One who came to "shew forth the Father." Remember that as we thus "forth tell" and shew forth our Father and that as we receive others and others receive us we honor the Father. Social service is good, but let It be done In the name of a dlsclpla and to the glory of God the Father. Such, Indeed, Is the practical Ufa of tha called ones who follow in the steps of him who came to minister and not to be ministered unto. t, Page Four. THE CITIZEN. , September, 5 191 a. Miss Dora Ely was at home ovor In yung Umber. Good dwelling and Saturday and Sunday from Peyton nil necessary out buildings; welt wa- town. tcred and fenced, convenient to We carry the following brands: Quito a largo number of Mr. and schools and churches and on rural o Black Draught, Kentucky Horseman's Condition Powderi, Mrs. W. H. Porter's friends gathered routo. Liniments, Healing Lotion, Colic Relief and Distemper Remedy. o The-- second tract contains 30 acres, at tholr homo last Saturday evening PRATT'S Animal Regulator and Poultry Regulator, NEWS OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A to say good by o to them boforo their nil under cultivation. For further InBOURBON Stock Tonic, Hog Cholery Remedy, Poultry Cure, OF SOURCES VARIETY departure to their new homo In Lex- formation write Joo R. Creokmore, Insecticide, and Egg producer. passed nil PEOPLE'S Stock Remedy and Poultry Remedy oioioiofotoflotoioioioiotoa ototolMotoioioloioaotolot ington. Tho evening and will long too Kingston. Ad W. Crcokmoro. soon for every ono bo COX'S Barbed Wlte Liniment, KENDALL'S Spavin Cure Mrs. I). II. Roberts, after visiting lemcm bored by Mr. and Mrs. Porter and others. SPECIAL TRAIN with her daughter in Pittsburg, re when they think of their Bcrea C. E. PORTER, Ph. C. turned to Berca last Saturday. I r lends and tho kindness shown to Berea, Ky. 10 Mr. J, C. Bowman reports that there Phone Tho Messrs. Edgar Moore, Kit them. Delicious refreshments wcro (Iran Hays, and J. S. Gotl served beforo tho dispersing of tho will bo a special train running from 01 tv rimsi: IBS Johnson City, Tennessee, via Specrs attended tho London Fair last week. Tim np.ra rntn of rcturnn la nftun im- company. Office over Bcrea Bank & Trust Co. Forry, Va., Appalachla, Va. and Cor-bl- Heatncr nnd wo enjoyed it Immcns.)- - j wftrJ or ouo 0lOU8anij dollars, so that Prof. Smith of tho E. K. S. N. Miss Pearl Hill who has been, spend Ky., to bring students to Bcrea y. wo miu in ouu Richmond, Ky., passed thru Bcrea tho business seems to bo on a pnylns ing tho summer with her parents In for tho fnll term. "" hnsls, and tho Investment In lumber Monday, enroute to his fruit farm nnd ttion leu 10 rouiru nnm" DAN H. DRECK Uetlinny, V. Va., returned to Berea t for this purposo Is fully In Rockcastle County. There will bo moro students than last June, niter school closed Justified?' nt tho first of tho week, Sho was acsummer Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock Dr. and Mrs. U. H. Cowley return- companied by her Ilttlo sister, Norn, ever boforo from North Carolina, spend two moro months this miles INoUKANLb ed from their vacation tho latter pavt who will spend sovcrnl months with TcnnesBco nnd Virginia. Tho special In tho city, nmUaro now fifteen COLORED BAPTIST S, S, CONVEH-TIOtrain leaves John con City about 4 nwny In tills valley called El Cajon. Will sign your bond. of tho. past week. her grandmother, Mrs. L. C. Saturday was fruit day. Tho p. m., Monday, Sept. 9, nnd will Last Richmond, Ky. Mr. Louis J, Karnosh who has been Phone 505 ranchers of tho valley had nil klndj In Berca nt 3:52 a. m., Tuesspending tho summer nt his homo Tho colored Baptists, held a Sunday Miss Bortha King and mothor left, day, Sept. 10. of fruit, berries, grain nnd vegetain Cleveland, Ohio, returned to Bo- - Saturday, for a visit with U 4 N, TIME TABLK. relatives In grown here, making n School convention in Berea tho first bles thnt aro making ready for Livingston and London. rca, Tuesday, wcok In August-- It Is tho first tlmo North Bound Local flno display. WATER SUPPLY LOW 10:65 p. m. school. 7:00 a. m. such a convention has been held In Knoxvtlle Miss Helen Kncciand returned to An ostlmnto of nil the valley to v J:6J a. so. 1:04 p. m. at- li rca, and tho largo BEREA Mr. James Wynn, after spending Pcrcn, Friday, after spending tho Water users aro admonished that tho foothills gives 10,000 acres. Fully 7:45 a. m. few days with his parents in Virginia 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati iuwn-oi uio summer with Mr. and Mrs. L. V. tho springs nro running low nnd enro i.OOO acres nro under vines nnd about Bouth Bound Local churches and Sunday Schools returned to Berca, Monday. Dodgo nt Unicoi, Tcnn. must be tnken that ynlvcs and cocks 1,200 acres In citrus nnd deciduous was very gratifying to nil concerned. 8:15 p. m. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati Mr. J, C. Bowman and son, J. Or trees. Tho opening of tho Panama Miss Mario Scrlvner rcturnod, Sat- aro tight and no water allowed to 12:34 p. m. lz:SJ a. m. lando, left Sunday night for a trip BEREi Several good programs wcro renderCanal will bo celebrated by two great 5:5 a. m. through Tcnn., Virginia and North urday, from a visit with her sister, waste :5S P. Itnoxvllla Expositions to bo held ed nnd collections wero taken for Mrs. E. A. Bender, In Richmond. ExpreM Tralni Tho sprinkling of lawns must bo Carolina. out hero In- 1915. Ono ot them will tho work, amounting to 1H. Mrs. Allco Mooro left nt tho first discontinued until tho fall rains Stop to take on and let off passenTho general opinion prevntled that Prof, and Mrs. F. O. Clark roturn- - of tho week bo at Snn Francisco and tho other for Lexington to bo with tho flow of tho springs. gers from beyond Dayton, O., or from ed from Chautauqua last Saturday It was tho best annual convention hero at San Diego. her husband who Is working there. Atlanta and beyond. A careful nnd economical uso cf night, whoro they spent a few weeks San Diego Is today a city ot about which these Sunday schools havo Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Walloco have water will obviate tho necessity of South Bound Mr. Ernest Shockley, a former Be moro over bad, and this result was most C3.000 peoplo and Is growing 1:00 a. m. Clnolnnatl rca student, was recently married to moved from Center St. to Mr. R. E. uttlng off tho supply nt night but rapidly than any city In tho west pleasing to tho mombcra and resi Todd's residence on Chestnut St. 11:44 a. m. BBRBA wastefulness will compel this In Peoplo nre coming to tho city from dents who worked very hard for it Miss Annie Bowles of Pasadena, Cal North Bound Mrs. W. H. Blcknell taught for Mr. convenience. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mlntcr passed Uio cast nnd nitddlo west In great Tho Citizen has been subjected to 4:46 p. tn. BBRBA thru Bcrea on their way from McKoo W. Blanton last week, who was Persons wilfully wasteful will bo numbers every yenr. San Diego has bomo criticism because no mention 1:37 p. m. Cincinnati to teach on account of Illness. to Camp Nelson, stopping, Friday cut off from tho plpo lino. a beautiful harbor and Its back coun was mado of this convention at tho night, at Boono Tavern. try Is very rich. tlmo, and, In dofense, tho editor can to For some years Berca has had Miss Esther Fayvillo who has been Tho Exposition to bo held hore only say that ho was out ot tho Import sick people eo as to support visiting relatives hero tho past will bo different from any expos) State at tho tlmo and no ouo conour good doctors, and this summer two weeks, lion that has ever been held, and leaves, Thursday, for cerned took tho roublo to mention our record for good health Is better Columbus, O., cause tho cllmato Is so mild and t where she will take up tho gathering to any ono of tho ot than over. work as fellow In Zoology in uniform It Is going to bo kept open flco force, nor woro tho proceedings tho In addition to our diminution of the Stato University. fiom January 1st to Dec 31st in 1913. submitted by tho Secretary as Is files this summer, the laying of dust iV woven wire fenco iwelvo foet tho usual custom. Tho convention Miss Ella Adams was very pleas on Berca's main street Is something antly surprised by high has been put up encircling tho vras In session during tho week of tho tho gathering of which contributes to our comfort and 115 acres that constitute tho grounds fair and the presence ot strangers several of her friends at her homo phenomenal good health. nnd this will bo corered with beau- wns attributed to that attraction on Chestnut Street in honor of her Quick delivery 00,000 birthday, last Thursday evening. WANTED: tiful flowering vines by tho tlmo nnd caused no comment. tho exposition ojicns, so iib to form Cx8x8 foot white oak. cross tics. For Wo nro always glad to report such Mr. D. O. Bowman, of tho class of a solid green wall. prices, write II. C. Woolf, Berca, Ky. 10, who has been teaching in Wyom gatherings, na our friends certainly Cordially yours, know, and ara very sorry for this Prof. T. A. Edwards and Mr. Noah lng for the past two years arrived Ida M. Croech. omission. If as much tlmo as was May spent last week In Magoffin In Berca, Tuesday. Mr. Bowman is Epent In tho criticism had boen used County visiting Bcrea students. They Pres. Frost's Secretary for the en ts I t giving us tho information, report that u good delegation of wo AN INNOVATION suing year. should have been saved tho regrets. from that County will bo in Tho Editor and office force enjoyed Heretofore Berea Collcgo has ob- school hero tho fall term, many of very much the nlco grapes sent by ssrved Saturday of each wck aa a for tho first time. them Mrs. Whyland of near Berca last REGISTERED HOGS FOR SALE work day, holiday or rest day. But has week. Mr. Ralph Patln, class 1910, beginning with this school year, next Registered Duroc Jersey pigs for Miss Ethel McBroom sends greet' begun his work as principal of ono week, Saturday will bo a regular salo. Good ones. Prices reasonable. ings to tho readers of Tho Citizen of tho city schools in Lorain, Ohio. tchool day, Monday taking Its place as Writo or call at farm. a work day, holiday and rest day, no The Superintendent of the Founda- and her friends. Sho will attend J. K. Adams, 111., after Oct. school classes being Scheduled for Monday. tion Schools received a prepaid ex- 1, 1912. at Evanston, R. D. No. 1 NIcholasville.Ky. press box, from Cleveland, O., conMiss Edith Llnvllle who has been HOW TO RAISE CELERY taining a largo collection of pHro-lluFOR SALE products, a gift of tho Standard visiting friends and relatives in Rock Farm and Flrosido says on tho Farm In Garrnrd County, containcastle County returned home, Sunday. Oil Company. subject of growing celery: ing 86 acres good land, good orch-cXi- i, Mrs. W. E. Harris left, Sunday, for "I havo now finally settled on the cottage, house, good small bam, Miss Dopple Ogg Is visiting friends an extended visit with her son at doublo-roBystcm of planting eclory. drilled well, about thrco miles from at Union City and Doylesvllle this Mansfield, 111. She was accompanied Tho commercial In Bcrea. Price $55 per acre. week. Indlanap-oli- s, by her son, Wm., as far as g South Lima and other D. N. Welch, Postmaster. where he has a position with a lots for 6ali. Two houses and sections all practlco this plan, and Prlce3 canning Company. Houses new, well finished. I fully npprcclato Its advantages. Mr. and Mrs. Victor L. Raphael, af FARM FOR SALE right. Apply to J. W. Hosklns, Berca. They havo tho twe rows In each ter visiting In Ohio for several weeks, Mrs. Mary Cllmcr and daughter ar Mrs. C. II. Porter and children nr SO acres ot land on Richmond set six inches npart, and tho plants BEREA NI6HT and returned to Berea the latter part rived, Sunday, from Knoxvllle and rived on the nooa train, Saturday. of last week. six inches npart In tho rows. These Kingston plko, 2 miles from Berea, Tho Boica Night neighborhood en- double rows are thrco feet apart for salo. 8 room dwelling, good well, will probably make their homo hero They will occupy tho residence on Melissa Ballard returned last Wedtertainment at tho Parish Houso will from center to center, which makes orchard and all necessary out bouses. Chestnut Street, recently vacated by nesday from Detroit, Mich., where for the present. by Mr. Wm. Adams. tho spaco between tho outsldo rows Write, Ellhu Blcknell. Miss Grace Lee Cornelius was n be discontinued for the present. sho has been spending tho last ten Theso ovcnlngs havo been delight- of two adjoining sets two London visitor during tho fair last Beren, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. feet six Miss Julia Hanson gavo a party weeks. She thinks city housekeeping ful and tho full houso each night inches wide. This is space enough homo on Chestnut Street last la much simplified by gas ranges, week. at her Attests the appreciation ot tho neighwhen boards aro to bo used for blanA crowd of young ladles Immensely A tempting price for corn which Saturday afternoon In honor of MltfJ electric Irons, and flrelcss cookers, bors. ching and to allow cultivation with causes the grower to sell It In tha Frances Porter. Several of their and found the water-waeights njOycd a moonlight ride around tho and Certainly we all are under obliga- tho o cultivator. Ono of the raw atnto rather than feed It to his horn last Tuesday night. little friends were present and a of Detroit very attractive. tion to thoso who planned theso even- many growers I observed In South hogs or cattle brings him In ready Dr. Scott McGulro visited friends Jolly time prevailed during tho entire vlslt-c- d Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Gabbard ings and thank heartily each ot tho Lima uses a d of boards for monoy, It Is truo, but It constitutes afternoon. with friends in Richmond, Sunday. in town last week. friends who havo shown such readi- this purposo. Tho cheapest lumber petit larceny against tho soil that beMiss Sophia Hodges well known to ness to uso Rev. C. S. Knight is In town this euHtjr of' Mr. John A. Wyatt and family retheir talent for tho en Is good enough, and If well taken caro ougnt uot t0 week, moving Into his now home turned, Saturday, from a two weeks Bcrea people, who now lives In Cin joyment and pleasure of all. Wo of will last many leng years. A thou cinnati, was visiting old friends hero hope somo day to resume theso happy A stack of weeds can often be killed on Richmond Street. visit with relatives in Clay County. sand feet of twolve-lnc- h boards cover In a hurry tn a field of corn that Is week. Prof. Ralph RIgby returned tho evenings. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Porter and last a thousand plants at ono tlmo, and from six to ten Inches high by using a Miss Stella Griffith returned. Sat first of tho week from a two weeks daughter, Frances, left at the first will blanch from threo to four thoutooth harrow, and alight damage wlH urday, from a week's visit at Ford. ' Iowa. LETTERS TO THE CITIZEN visit In of the week for Lexington, whero sand stalks during the season, which be done to the corn provided' the dragMrs. Dr. r. 11. Rankin nnd Ilttlo son, Pres. Frost left on tho noon train, they will make thilr homo for tho On returning from church, August rcprcseut between nearly fifty nnd a ging Is done during tho afternoon, Thomas, of Covington wero visiting Tuesday, for Harlan, Ky., where he present. posslbla eighty dollars gros3 return. when tho nun shines warm. than her sister, Mrs. J. P. Faulkner, a fow 18, Mrs. J. S. Cado was moro lectured to several hundred people, Mrs. B. H. Holder and Uttlo son of days this week. surprised to see tho lot full of bug Wednesday. London arcspending a few days with The annual dinner of the old sol gies and yard and houso full ot peo Miss Sadie Burgess and nophow, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Eardiers was held at the pavilion at tho plo, and tables loaded with good Edwin, returned last Monday night ly. r of tho Collcgo Library, Wednes- things. It was her 51th birthday. from an extended visit in Boston, Miss Nettie Scrlvner returned homJ, day. Several of tho old soldiers Among thoso present wero the followMass. Monday, after spending several weeks wero present and all seemed to hearti- ing Kentucklans; Mr. and Mrs. D. B. NIco Rooms for rent Furnaco with relatives at Irvine, Ky. Reynolds and family; Mr. and Mrs. ly enjoy tho occasion. heat, Toilet and Bath. Apply to Mrs. Mrs. Buckhanon and family; Itcv. T. SI. Miss Ethel Todd has returned to The Editor, '.Mrs. Faulkner, Salllo Bogie, Estill St. Berca after spending a month with Rnnkln, Mra. Molllo Jackson and Mrs. Smith and family; .Mr. and Mrs. Heu- Mrs. Preston Cornelius, after vis- her brother, Mr. A. D. Todd, at Wm. Duncan drovo to Spocdwell, Sat- - ry Collins nnd family; Mr. and Mrs. for Harbor Springs, Mich. iting with relatives in Ohio unlay, whero they attended tho flrat Jno. Dalton nnd family; Mr. and Mra tho past few weeks returned on SatMiss Edna Early spent a few days day's session of tho Vlnoy Fork Ban- - Burch and family; Mrs. J. A. Tod XURELY you want a new hnt soon urday of last week. with her sister, Mrs. C. B. Holder, In tlst church reunion and visited Mr. nnd throo children; Miss Bcttlo everybody does i t's Mrs. D. W. Black, father and Gates; tho Mlssco Emily, Ada, Sada and London last week. Mra. Charles early to select it right now. Our stock Mrs. Alma Watts and mother re mother of Mrs. Jackson and uncla nnd Clco Weaver; Lloyd; Finis Messley; J. N. Ogg nnd turned from Jackson County whera and aunt of Mrs. Faulkner and Mra. is considerably larger than usual. A family; Lucian Cade nnd family and a Rankin. they havo been visiting. style to please your fancy, of a shape to Judge Goodloo and wife, near few other friends. Tliero wero 75 In Mr. Verno Smith returned to Berea, death by all. They sang My Old Kentucky Berea, narrowly escaped suit your build, in a color to match your Monday, from his homo In St. Louispoison, Saturday night, which was put Homo and other Kentucky songs. ville, O., to be in school this year. desires, at a price you want to pay, is They nil enjoyed tho day. on sliced tomatoes by a negro boy Tho Mr. Oscar Hays was a visitor In who was living with them. A war- occasion was ono long to bo rememhere awaiting your selection. Popular town, Sunday. rant was Bworn out for the hoy. Ho bered by all present. :: prices $1 to $4. :: :: RACKET STORE THE Harold VanWlnkle who has been was arrested and taken to Klchmond making an extended visit hero with jail, Monday. El Cajon, California. MRS. EARLY o, relatives left, Tuesday, for Mr. nnd Mrs. Waldon nre rejoicing After having recently rend Tho R. I. Over tho arrival of Janet Waldon at Citizen I decided to tolf our friends Mr. and Mrs. Thompson of Paint their homo. of our whereabouts for tho last year. Juno 1911, Mr. Crooch resigned Lick woro in town, Sunday. PUBLIC SALE OF LAND his position in tho Indian servlco at Mr. W. Shockley and family who havo recently returned from MitAt 10 o'clock, Tuesday, Oct 8, '12, Yalnax, Oregon, and wo came down days, chell, Ind., have moved Into a dwellI will offer at public sale two tracU to San Francisco for a few Quality Store" then from there to San Diego by ing on High St. of land at Bobtown, Ky. ti E R E A , A. D. Bradshaw was la town a tract contains 90 acres; boat, a distance of COO miles. This Mr. The first was our first oxperienco on an ocean CO under cultivation. Tho remainder fow days last week. oeoeoeooeooeoeoeoeoeooeooooeooooeoeoeoeoo LOCAL PAGE STOCK MEDICINES DR. BEST, DENTIST n, n, N Cab-bar- d. nr-rl- out-of-to- Intcr-Natlon- at - nn-ab- lo Buggies!! The best thing on earth is all you can expect, and that's what you get when you buy your BUGGY at 1 stu-don- WELCH'S m 1- -2 w "Save the Difference" celery-growe- rs celory-growln- ys one-hors- car-lea- rt-a- Fall Hats for Men none too Provl-ctenc- HAYES l"e C& GOTT KENTUCKY See What Berea Offers on Page Seven September 5, 1912. THE QfriZEN Shocny and Nigger, oven by chlldrc: Health Hints for New Student! "Out thero Is a higher object Clean, Healthy body religion our lovo than neighbor. Tho Clem, Healthy Mind of humanity Is self multiplied and glorified, but tho Inflnlto soul deAlmost all dlscoso In young peoplo mands something higher and unless Is duo to disorder of tho digestion, It finds It, It Is disappointed. God catching cold, or contagion. Is tho supremo object of lovo and It Is almost always duo to caremay llfo. "This Is llfo etornal that yo lessness and might easily bo avoided. know Ood and Jesus Christ whom Head tho following points carefulJIo hath sent." ly, mako them a part of yourself and In tho courso of .Uio sormon tho you need nover bo sick. Bishop took occasion to give a glowgirl 1. Every collego boy and ing trlbuto to Mr. I'oo, tho founder should bo In gymnasium two hours of Berea College. Ills lovo for God, each wck and should spend at least which was manifested by his lovo ono hour a day out of doors workfor his felowmcn without discriminaing or exercising, Beforo going away tion owing to conditions or color and to Bchool most boys and girls do which braved deadly opposition was o work ut of doors and given on a good Illustration (In n . 1. 1. 1 it,HM "" - .1 llfo) of tho meaning of tho text. they go away to school Ulshop Thlrkleld was on his way to y their ",C"'"T "v tho annual conference of thoMctho- . mat Kplscoplal church, which con- - l1""8 ,or Bll,u anu BO ""8S both 1110 i resit air anu uio exercise. vencd, Wednesday, nt Barbourvllla,-and- , 2. Eat slowly, and chow your food In order to ncqualnt himself with tho conditions that prevail In tho con carefully. Ilemombcr yur teeth arts in your mouth and not In your stomach. ferenco nnd especially In Uio borough as Don't over cat. Better stop hungry district, ho visited many charges as posslblo beforo tho than overfull. Tho ctomach rebels when over loaded. session began. Chicken pox begins with fever Page live nd an eruption of small blisters all over Uio body. Mumps begins with soreness and swelling in front of and under tho car. Scarlet fovcr begins with fever, wry sore throat and a dlftuso red rash all ovor tho body. Diphtheria beglna with fever and coro throat with dirty whlto patches cn tho throat and tonsils. Now If you over havo any of thoao symptoms or In fact any symptoms that mako you In tbo least suspicious of a contagious disease, report at onco at tho hospital and let the doctor or head nurso dccldo whether It Is or not. Don't trust your own judgment, you may bo mistaken. It to a very sorloua matter for you to tako chances of exposing others. Wo have a fine contagious hospital bo where, at no expense, you can kept away from,, others and whre treatment wlll bo given to bring about n euro as quickly as possible? If teachers and students there Is no reason why" wo should ever havo an epidemic of any kind In our school. C. Ono other matter. You, your roommato or your neigh bor may bo afflicted with sweating cau feet. This la a dlscaso which bo easily cured, you owe It to your- iielf and to your neighbor to seo to will It that it is cured. Dr. Cowley tell you how. 7. Keep clean and vigorous and will let you alone. A dls-ea- so sHk Hi!' m mi- Hnf 'RP' - jH BF' 'alllllllllllH MltS. E. 8. IIOt.DF.KMAN, t'h. D., (Mlchlaran) Cnmra toHtfra as Instructor In Latin am! Krtrliah In the Academy. ihlV" 1 1 1 I Mrs. Holdcrman has been brought Into tho sorvlco of Berea Collego thru m providential leadings and will of tho Academy, Probably Bho will mako her homo In tho old Dodgo reslilcnco and establish there a headquarters for Academy girls. Sho has taught at a western college for woHigh men nnd at the Indianapolis School. Her mother, a resident tt Port Huron, Mich., will also make her homo In Berea. ItF.V IVn of the Collr (lata Rev. Charles F. Hubbard, D. D. Dr. Hubbard, tho new Dean of tho Department, Is expected Collcglato to land In New York this week and tho bo on hand for tho opening of fc'all Term. IIo and Mrs. Hubbard Tiavo Just been around Uio world. Dr. Hubbard la a nattvo of Kentucky, grnduato of Amherst Collego, Mass., and was somo tlmo Professor of tho l'resbyterlan Collego at Slnco then ho has studied abroad and has been pastor of largo N. V., and churches In Iluffalo, an Minneapolis, Minnesota. Ho Is eloquent speaker, a ocholar and teacher of raro ability, and remarkablo for his friendly Influonco among young men. Mrs. Hubbard Is alio an educator and was for somotlmo President of tho Women's Collego at Albert Leo, Minnesota. Dan-vltlo. CIIAIII.KS P IIUtlllAttD, t). I).. Department Life's Supreme Object and Inspiration Subject of Bishop Thitkield's Sermon Sunday morning in the Chapel. As announced In Tho Citizen last week, through tho invitation of Dr. Itoberts, pastor of the Union church, Ulshop Thlrkleld, who was to have preached at tho M. K. church, delivered a very Interesting sermon to a good audience In tho Chapel, Sunday tho Baptist church nt Livingston before a large and very appreciative audience. Wo were entertained in tho homo of tho brother of our mutual , friend at Ladies Hall, Mr. Charles Anderson, and enjoyed It Immensely. our Tho trip from Livingston to present location, was long and not exactly smooth, particularly up the bed of Packlns Creek, but, when we farmers In Uio mountains begin t raise apples, peaches and grapes In tho larger quantities, as wo intend, the roads will bo our first consideration, for we cannot haul perishable fruit over rough roads and we Intend to pack our fruit In boxes and ship It by the car load, and such good fruit, from such well pruned, sprayed and cultivated orchards, and so well of packed that the fruit growers Washington and Oregon will be obliged to sit up and take notice. This is a beautiful farming country. It reminds me very much of the dairy socUon of wostern New York, and tho peoplo are fine. They havo Invited us out to feast, and brought us good things to eat; opened their church to us and filled it every night the to seo the pictures, hear lectures, and listen to Mr. Fralrlrfs colos, and the sermons. Tho lectures on farming, schools and consumption command the utmost attention nnd are soon to result in tho death cf tho flies, less sickness, better schools and finer farms wherever we show morning. to Tho Ulshop was accompanied Uerea by tho Jtov. T. U. Stratton, District Superintendent. Tho latter, and llov. V. T. Willis, pastor of thu M, E. church, and Dr. Itoberts occupied tho pulpit with him. Immediately after tho conclusion of tho Hcrvlco tho Ulshop and Uev. for Stratton left on tho noon train London where they wero to conduct THE LADIES HALL services, Sunday night. As a 'background fur the sermon In this building and its adjuncts, tables are spread for 900 students. tho Ulshop read tho story of Tho hl3 Good Samaritan, and took for Don't eat candy and sweets between text, "Thou shalt lovo tho Lord thy A New Building for Berea Girls meals. A llttlo of course docs no God with all tby soul, with all thy Kentucky Hall barm but sweets In excess cause Inmind and with all thy strength, and going thy neighbor as thyself." Tho serBerea Collego was attended last digestion. On leaving homo and away to school thero Is always a mon In part was as follows: year by more than 1,600 students, re"This Is tho command to love," presenting 27 states and foreign coun- marked chango In tho kind of food I he said, "and thereforo tho law tries. Not all of theso were present eaten and thoro Is great danger of lovo. Law without lovo Is bondage, at ono time, but thero wero towards eating too fast and too much. If 3. Keep your bowels regular. but with lovo It Is tho highest free- fourteen hundred through tho crowddom. Lovo without Intellect is shal ed weeks of tho Winter Term. you havo difficulty hero, drink a pint lew and without will Is weak. Th Many xvtrt turncJ away more than 200 of cold water beforo dressing in tho morning. If this Isn't sufficient, get truest lovo follows knowledge, therelit J its. fore, nnd Is tho result of tho activity In view of this situation, it is nec- somo applca or oranges and cat ono of tho will. essary to havo more buildings, and a beforo going to breakfast. If this docs "Lovo Is the movement of the en- great movement has been started for not do, ask Dr. Cowley. IIo Is always tire being toward an object, and Its erecting a new Girls' Dormitory to ready to answer questions. 4. Avoid taking colds. Colds are moral quality Is determined by ths bo paid for by Uio "peoplo of Berea To avoid: Firit mottvo which prompts lu If tho ob- and Kentucky. Dr. Pearsons, now not necessary. clothing tho feet and ject of lovo Is self, It loses Its vdluo dead, has given a great building to keep l.l selfishness. If Its object is money, beys, and other friends In distant dry. Never sit In wot clothing. If you It results In tho hardness of tho places havo been generous and help- get wet, as Is somo times unavoidheart or the affections. If lovo Is ful. But now It Is tlmo for Kentucky able, go to your room, chango your Tf clothes, tako a good rub down. centered upon tho world, tho to do Its share. Hut, on the conIs worldllness. Tho Institution, with all Its resour- your feet are wet at bed time, tako trary. If God Is Its object tho ono ces, Is struggling with debt and defi- a hot foot bath before reUrlng. Rubwho loves will become cits. Every timo tho collego has receiv- bers nnd umbrellas aro necessary "Self, neighbor, God an ascending ed a new gift It has taken on moro parts of every student's equipment. Bcalo. First, wo must lovo God and students, and It loses nearly Second, keep your room well Ventil ono lovo Him supremely, and then we hundred dollars on every ono of ated day and night. Always sleep with must lovo our neighbor nnd tho mea- them. Tho Institution has found It tho windows wide open and tho heat sure of our lovo for our neighbor Is so hard to stop doing this kind of turned off. Never lot tho temperature lovo for self and thus selfishness is thing that it has incurred a debt of In your room get abovo 70 degrees prevented. Ho that sets his affec- nearly $50,000 and has been borrow- In winter. If you do your skin betions upon self alone or money or ing money this summer. The Tact Is comes scnsltlvo and you catch cold tho world seeks to save, his llfo that an institution like Berea, which easily. nnd thus loseth It; but ho that In- makes a business of furnishing the 3. Avoid dust In your room by sweepcludes his neighbor equally with him- best education to all Comers, never ing with wet saw duct or by wiping self In his lovo may bu said to lose can bo rich as long as anybody is up tho floor with a damp cloth. Dust his llfo, but In tho losing he gains poor. carries germs and is responsible for It. Tho subscriptions for tho new many colds. "And Jesus gavo meaning to tho building nro payablo In twelvo month4. Keep your skin tough and your word 'neighbor.' No ono can bo n ly Instalments. Tho citizens of Bd-r- ia system vigorous by taking a cold good citizen without loving his neighhavo taken a leading part in cpongo or shower bath every mornbor nelghborllness. And tho test of starting tho matter and something ing beforo dressing. Follow this with American citizenship Is In our neighliko J 10,000 Is already subscribed. a rub down with a coarse towel. borly bearing to tho foreigner to Every giver of ao much as $12 will This Is almost a euro prcventlvo for whom our ports nro open. Tho law rccelvo a picture of tho building and colds. Begin It this fall and keep It of lovo will not permit tho using of havo his naino deposited In tho up nil winter and unless you aro Dago, corner stone. It Is hoped Uio entire dlsrc8iectful epithets such as grossly careless In other ways you amount necessary will bo subscribed will nover catch cold. In a short time for tho building H Fifth, Seo to It that you Invariably greatly needed. brcatho thru your ncso. Mouth breathing causes catarruh, colds and sore WORLD NEWS throat Many Ume3 It causes pneuCoutiutinl Iron 1'lril rage any monia and tuberculosis. If for Tho Interpretation of our treaty reason you can't breath freely thru with England Is therefore tho solo your noso consult Dr. Cowley and question, tho English contention be- havo tho matter rectified. ing that there should bo no discrimG. Contagious Diseases, ination whatever, Uio United Stntea There Is always danger in a school contending that tho treaty only provides that our government shall not whoro so many students are gathered dlscrjnilnato between individual for- together that somo ono will bring a contagious dlseaco which many of eign nations. tho others havo not had. Our most common contagious dlccases are moas- If a fellow finds It bred In his bones It s, chicken pox, mumps, scarlet fovcr to give scrub caro to tho animals about nnd diphtheria. him they would better bo scrubs than Measles begins with a hard "cold puro breds. In tho head." ro-m- ilt God-llk- HOUSEHOLD HEROINE A. CONVENTION Y. Second annual conferenco of Berea V, M. C. A. to bo held Saturday and Sunday, tho 7th and 8th. M,l. Tho woman behind tho preserving pot Is certainly deserving of fame; Sho's not liko tho man behind tho gun, But sho's getting thero just tho samo. The; hero Is trying to malm or kill, And great Is his showing of nervu; But pralso also goes to the woman who Is using her. skill to preserve. Program Saturday, September 7th. Morning. Greeting Among tho Hills-- Mr. Elmer Gabbard.. Opiortunltlea by tho Waysldo Luther Drown. 11: 12:15 Dinner. Afternoon. 2:00 Devotional Servloo Mr. H. K. Taylor. This 2:30 Last Year's Hesults. Year's Demands 'Mr. Waldo U. Davison. 3:00 Dlblo Study for Students M. D. Walter Morton. Open Discussion. C:00 Supper. 7:00 Social Hour. 8:00 Christian Association Work In F. Itural Communities lTof. John tlmo she Is wasUng In drill or march Which fit the bravo soldier for strife; Or sho gathers round her what she'll attack, And then gets to work with her knlfo. sho She pares and sho cores and cuts with care Till fingers and muscles aro sore; Then hither and thither In oth'.r tasks Sho's hurrying over tho floor. No Sho gallantly stands at the firing Smith. Sunday, Soptcmber 8th. Morning. 9:30 Missions and Poronal Growth Itov. Dcnson II. Itoberts. led by - Student VolDiscussion unteers. 11:00 WhyT Pres. Wm. O. Frost. 12:30 Dinner. Afternoon. 3:00 Deputation Work Mr. Dwlght II. Wlllctt. General 4:00 New Student Work Discussion. B:30 Supper. 7:00 Tho Hoy rrof. C. D. Lewis. Insuring Success lrof. C. F. them. After tho illustrated lecture everybody stays to hear the sermon nnd wo leavo each place feeling as the aro strained. By watching tho things that thero people say, "If you could only stay a week longer wo would havo a boll. Sho spices and sweetens and stirs great revival." It Is raining hard today so we are and skims, Till weary In arms, back and foci; resting up and will start for Burning But bravely sho stands till her woric Springs, our next stand early tomorrow morning. is dono, Very truly yours, With never a thought of retreat, C. S. Knight, Supt. Extension, Sho carefully gathers tho stores cf sweets UNITED STATES NEWS That sho has so patiently made, Continued I ram First race And soon tho good things for the raising tho spirits of tho President's winter feasts In Jars, cans and crocks are arrayei lieutenants. PARCELS POST SOON TO BE Sho thinks not of plaudits for tri line, Unmindful of heat and of toll; All flushed Is her faco and her eyes Itu-mol- d. See What We Give You Coutiniirtl from Pint Page our great and glorious mountain region. Half of them do not reallzo whit chanco there Is for their children, .'resident 1'rofct said nt Harlan, "God does not desire any man to bo poor or unlnstructcd." You will boo that Dorea Collego Is doing Us best to fulfill tho will of God. .Announcement was made from the Postofflco department at tho end of last week that tho recently pot authorized Parcels Post system will Is certainly worthy of famo. bo put into effect Jan. 1, 1913. Chronicle-TelegrapPittsburg Tho details of the system are being worked out. A dlsUnctlvo stamp LETTER TO THE EDITOR Is to bo used, and the rato charged will depend upon tho distance tho Llto.Ky., August 20, 1512. package is carried, the samo rato Cditor Tho Citizen, prevailing within certain specific Berea, Ky., distances or zones. At tho beginning Dear Sir: tho system will be Inaugurated over Last Tuesday night wo gavo our a million miles of the country's reguIllustrated lecture on consumption In lar mall routes. h. umph won. Yet, while sho no laurels will claim, Tho woman behind tho preserving INAUGURATED IHirssB '"S ssssssslssssssssiEI Jll This hnudsomo up. to (into neveu room houso on Boone Stroet, brnud now, hardwood finished, good bnrn, sniull garden, iino wnter. $2500 cash will buy this if sold beforo October first. I also have other property in Dorea at from $050 to $1500. Wby.uot come to lioren, educate your cbildreu nud live iu peace. BEREA'S LEADING FOR SALE: HARDWARE STORE Gasoline and A COMPLETE LINE Hardware, Paiati, Mowing Machines, Farming Implements, Oil Stoves, tad Groceries W. B. HARRIS, - PHcesRUht J. J). CLARKSTON MAIN STREET, near Bank GiveUs aCall This beautiful residence on Center Street, in tho heart of town. Size 'of lot 100 by 200 feet. Large gardeu, good burn, plenty fruit, mountain water in liouso. Only two blocks from College buildiugs and Post Oilice. $2700 if sold before October 1st., also a furui of about 80 acres at $50.00 per acre, otber lands around it selling at from $00 to $100. Bettor see mo quick. FOR SALE: - Berea, Ky. W. B. HARRIS, Berea, Ky Look Before You Leap, But Leap Seating 1400 TUB CHAPEL persons In the main auditorium and containing an upper chapel, three class rooms and alt modern conveniences; built by the students. men and women of great wealth from New York and tho cities of tho cast, and the results which wo saw among these, colored boys and girls were so good that tho New York millionaires tald, "Wo will go homo and get schools llko this for our own children," and they arc doing It today. In other words, It seems as though God's plan wa3 this that wo should get our best training and como to our highest enjoyment by a mixture of work and thought, by doing useful things nt tho samo time that wo 'are studying Into all the Interesting I I I PEAKSONS HALL Home of the young men of the Collegiate department; gift of Daniel K. Pearsons. Discoveries in Education Continued from page two tlflit to givo efficiency to tho children of tho heathen they mutt their bo taught to do things with and hands with pleasure, accuracy, success. With this In mind ho built up tho great school of Hampton whero colored boys and glrls arc taught tho trades and vocations. With this, of course, they aro taught to read, to keep accounts, to enjoy music and Ho saw drawing and other Intellectual things. But tho staplo of their education is this training in carpentry, In agriculture, In household management, In nursing and other useful occupations. Now I havo visited Hampton Institute twice, both times In company with that It pays to cducato everybody. Whether we talk of higher education, or industrial education, or classical education or scientific education, all these things nro of less Importance than another kind of education which 1 mean now. I mean universal educa tion. It used to bo thought that It wns flno that n few families should get their sons and daughters educated so that thei' could keep ahead of tho rest of tho world. No doubt somo people will bo more able, more diligent, nnd more successful' than histories and sentences which the ethers. But tho great doctrlno of school teaches. Christianity and tho great doctnno of Seventh Discovery It Pays to Edu- America Is that every child should havo an equal chance. That.ls what cate Everybody Tho greatest discovery of all Is equal rights means, not that wo shall nil go to Congress, not that wo shall nil be millionaires, but that we shall nil havo a chance to develop what Ic in us nnd to taste of tho music and tho reading nnd tho science and the history and the fresh high thoughts that tho world has now produced. And nono of us need be afraid to havo our neighbor get his full and just share of education. An Ignorant neighbor is a curse, to tho whole community. If ho lets tho weeds go to Eeed on his farm como of thoso seed will certainly blow over onto ours. I' he allows his children to bo foul of mouth, Idlo nnd dishonest, thoso children will contaminate our children. Tho wisest thing wo can do Is also tho kindest for ourselves thing wo can do for our less fortu- - Gift of Roswell Smith, contains offices of Registrar, Dean of College and LINCOLN HALL Dean of Nomal Departments. tiato neighbor, get his children Into tho public school. The World is Growing Better I feel, friends and neighbors, Infinitely grateful that these things hnvo been found out and nro being spread It wns n gold nbroad everywhere. time In which our fathers lived. J lovo to remember the stories of my grandfather, how his mother took him In her nrms on horseback thru tin: wods to meeting, his father going ahead, carrying n firebrand to scare away the wolves. Hut tho hard work of my great grandfather nnd grandfather and father has availed to mnko tho world better today than It was In their time. Along with these discoveries of how to mako tho jnoJt great of our children havo como t aves of prosperity lit which nil of uk nro moro or loss sharers. I havo visited some of the palaces In Kuropo which aro hundreds of years old. I have stood in tho chambers where Mary, Queen of Scots, and Elizabeth, Queen of Knglnnd, entertained their guests, nnd I say to you that many of tho fairly well to do people vf Ii'nrlan County today live better than Oueen Mary or Queen Elizabeth. And wo aro Just on the cvo of further progress. We aro going to havo tlw sickness nnd misery and poverty nnd rln of tho world greatly reduced in the next few years. I would havo bo-)- a g!ad to have lived In tho time of our Saviour. I would have been glad to have lived In tho tlmo of Martin Luther, or of Cromwell, or of Wash but I am moro glad that u kind Providence has cast my life nt this beginning of tho 20th century nnd 1 havo lived In tho times tf I.. Abraham Lincoln, and Dwlght Moody, and I want to do my llttlo lnrt towards making things better for my children and yurs. upon whnt wo do Much for the supiwrt of our households nnd our nubile schools, for tho mintmrl of tho true reforms nnd tho progress- Ive Institutions nnd the church nf Jesus Christ now nnd here. Wo aro living, wo nro dwelling In a grnnd nnd awful time. In an nge on ngea telling. To be living Is sublime. ington, s Galveston. Tex., fins exported to foreign countries since last September 0,200,000 bales of cotton, or moro thnnJ the output for tho cntlro season oil 1010 nnd 1011. How many of the bright boys nnd girls who rend theso notes hnvo ever Inspected nn ear of corn closely enough to tell whether the germ aldo of the kernels faces townrd tho tip or butt of tho cur? j Sunshine Is ono of the cheapest ns well ns most effective germ killers known nnd should lie innde uso of nlong tills lino far more thnn It Is In the home. In tho dairy barn and In tho IHHiltry house. HOWARD HALL Named after General O. O. Howard; honle of Academy men. FRECKLES By not so far from 7Fat "Ho"snfilir wa's best of nil, I'd bo having the swelled bend If I could find that. Of course I don't know a thing about the trees, but I could hunt for tho marks. Jnck wns so good at it he could tell some of them by the mark, but all he wanted to take that we've got on to so far havo Just had a deep chip cut out rather low down nud whero tho bushes were thick over It. I believe I could bo finding some of them." "Good head!" said McLean. "Wo will do that. You may begin ns soon as you aro tested. And nbout things you came across In the swamp. Freckles, tho most trilling llttlo thing that you think tho Bird Woman would want, tako your wheel nnd go after her nt any time. I'll leave two men on the line, so that you will have one on either side, nnd you can coruo nnd go Have you stopped to as you please. think of nil wo owe her, my boy?" "YIs: nnd the angel wo owo her a lot. too," said Freckles. "I owe her me life and honor. It's lying awake nights I'll havo to bo trying to think how I'm ever to pny her up." "Weil, begin with tho muff," sug gested McLean. "That should bo fine." Freckles told McLean of Mrs. Duncan's deslro for a hat llko tho angel's. Ho hesitated a llttlo in tho telling and kept sharp watch on McLean's face. When ho saw tho boss' eyes wero full, of sympathy ho loved him anew, for, as ever, McLean was quick to understand. Instead of laughing bo said: "I guess you'll have to let mo In on that too. You mustn't I'll tell you bo selfish, you know. what we'll do. Get It for Christmas. I'll bo homo then, and wo can send n box. You get tho hat. I'll add a dress nnd wrap. You get Duncan a bat and gloves. I'll send him a big over coat, and wo'll put In n lot of little stuff for tho babies." "That would be away too serious for fun," said Freckles. "That would bo heavenly." A week later everything nt tho was precisely as It had been beforo tho tragedy, except tho caso In Freckles' room now rested on tho Btump of tho newly felled tree. Enough of tho vines wero left to cover It prettily, and every vestlgo of tho havoc of a fow days beforo was gone. The new guards were patrolling the trail. Freckles was roughly laying oft tho swamp in sections and searching for marked trees. In that tlmo ho had found ono deeply chipped and tho chip cunningly replaced and tacked in. It promised to bo quite rare, so he was jubilant. lie also found so mauy subjects for the Bird Woman that her coming was of almost dally occur-- ' renco, and tho hours ho spent with her and tho angel wero nothing less than golden. The Llmberlost now was arrayed! llko the queen of Sbeba In all ber s'o.ry.. The. first frosts of autumn had Llm-bcrlo- Genu OOPVR1CHT. Staritoia-IPirft- ir 1904. DV DOUBLEDAY. & CO. PACE "That's exactly what Wessner said, first day," said Freckles eagerly. "That 'twas a 'gold mine.' no snldi he didn't know whero tho marked trees were, but ho knew a man that did, and If I would hold off and let them get tho marked ones there wero a dozen they could tnko out In n few days." "Freckles," cried McLean, "you don't from last weeks Issue) "Well, I'm ns. sorry for Jack ns I know how to be," said McLean, "but I can't help feeling relieved that our troubles are over with this dreadful punishment for Jack, Wessner snfo in Jail nnd warrants out for tho others. Jack knew tho swamp better tliau nnyono about here. When ho found thero wero two companies trying to lease, ho wanted to stand In with tho one from which ho could realize tho most. Even then ho had trees marked hero that ho was trying to dispose of. I think his solo Intention In forcing mo to dlschargo him from my gang was to como up hero and try to steal timber. Wo had no Ideu when wo took the leaso what a gold mlno It was." (Continued ( that mean n dozen I" I "That's what ho Bald, sir n dozen. Ho said they couldn't tell how tho grain of all of them would work up, of course, but they wero all worth taking out, and flvo or six wero real gold mines. This makes tbrco they've tried. bo thero must bo nlno moro marked, and soveral of them for being Just fine." "Well, I wish I knew which they were," Bald McLean, "so that I could get thorn out first." CHAPTEIt XVIII. TAKUTO A 1'ICTTJHE. been thinking," said Freckles. "I bellcvo If you will leavo one of tho guards on the line say Hall that I will begin on the swamp at the north end and lay It off In sections and try to hunt out the marked trees. I suppose they aro all marked something like that first maple on the line was. Kessnex. mentlood.anojjiec good one nr fjejewoled her crown fn flashing topaz, hunting, they dfdn't ovenTiavo toTIunt consciously the liiind of tho angel "Hooks as If some ono bad been cutAbout her feet for themselves theso days, for tho clasped his. He scarcely know It wns ruby and emerald. trailed tho purplo of her garment, nnd bounty now being spread beforo Llttlo there. Suddenly Llttlo Chicken sprang ting n flagpole." said tho angel, runin her hand was her tolden scepter. , Chicken every day wns moro than bo straight tip In tho nlr and lauded with ning tho too of her shoo nround a Everything was at full tide. It seem- could master, and ho wns glad to havo n thud. Tbo nngel started slightly, small stump, evidently cut that seaed as if nothing could grow lovelier, his parents como down nnd feast with but Freckle was Immovnble. Then, son. "Freckle, whnt would anybody ns If In npprovnl of his last perform- cut a tree ns small ns that for?" and It was all standing still a few him. "I don't know," said Freckles. weeks, waiting coming destruction. Ho was a fine, overgrown fellow, nnd ance, tho overgrown baby wheeled unwnnt to kuowl" said "Well, but Tho swamp was palpitant with life. his wings, with quills of Jetty black, til bo was moro than Every pair of birds that bad flocked to gleaming with bronze, were so strong almost full side, toward tho camera, tho nngel. "Nobody camo away In It in tho spring was now multiplied by they almost lifted his body. Tho funny straightened ou his legs, squared his here and cut It Just for fun. They've stretched his neck full token it away. Let's go back and see from two to ten. Tho young wero llttlo hops, springs nnd sldcwlso shoulders, tamo from Freckles' trlpnrenthood, bounds ho gave set Freckle and tbo height, drew In his chin and smirked If wo cau see It anywbero around and so plump and sleek that they wero nngel, hidden out In the swamp watch- bis most pronounced smirk directly In there." She retraced her step nnd began qulto ns beautiful as their elders, even ing him. Into smothered chuckles of tho fnco of the lens. Freckles did the Freckles' lingers closed on tbo bulb searching eagerly. if in many cases they lacked their delight. brilliant plumage. Thero wero chubby I Sometimes ho fell to coquetting with convulsively, nnd the angel's closed same. "Thero It Is." ho exclaimed at last, llttlo groundhogs scudding along tho himself, nnd that was tho funniest on his nt tho Instant. Then tho nngel trail. Thero wero cunning baby coons thing of nil, for ho turned his head up. heaved a great sigh of relief nnd lift- "leaning Just as naturally against tbo nnd opossums peeping from hollow down, from side to side, nnd drew In ed her hands to push back tbo damp, trunk of that big mnple." "Yes. nnd leaning thero has killed a logs and trees. Young muskrats fol- I his chin with prlnky ilttlu Jerks nnd clustering hair from her face. Hand In hand they ran for the patch of bark." said tho nngel. "Sco parents across tho lagoons. 'tilts. He would stretch his neck, lowed their swamp, yelling, "We how dried up It looks." end If you could como upon a family of throw up his head, turn it to ono sldo north I" of the got It Freckles stared at her. foxes that had not yet disbanded nnd nnd smirk actually smirk, tho most "Angel.v ho shouted, "I bet you It's Tho Illrd Woman plunged Into the eeo tho young playing with a wild complacent and self satisfied smirk swalo at the mouth of Sleepy Snake a marked tree!" duck's carcass that their mother had that any one ever saw on tho faco of a and camo wading out wltb a It Is!" cried the nngel. "H brought nnd noto tho pride, and sat- bird. It wns so comical that Freckles creek of cameras nud dripping tri- Is "Courso Jnck's marked trees." coupto ono of In her eyes ns sho lay nt ono tnd the nngel told tho Illnl Woman or isfaction pods. The clear, ringing echo of strongly t side guarding them It would be n t ono day. When sho finished her work on Little , Moved by nn Impulse sho never aft- ' swung nxes camo crashing through tbi plcturo not to bo forgotten. Freckles erward regretted, sho bout and laid Llmberlost. never tired of studying tho devotion Chicken sho left them the camera all her lips on Freckles' forehead, kissing "'Us tho gang," shouted Freckles. ready for use, telling them they mlg'bt htm gently nnd thanking him for his "Thcy'ro clearing a place to make tbi of a fox mother to ber babies. Tho nngel was wild about tho baby hldo back In the bushes and watch. many kindnesses to her In her loved camp. Let's go help!" rabbits and squirrels. Earlier in the If Llttlo Chicken came out nnd truly work. Freckles started off walking "Get out your hatchet," commanded season, when tbo young wero still smirked and they could squeeze the on nlr, and ho felt Inclined to keep proper moment to watching tehlud to see if tho trail (ho angel. "I predict tbts la the trott very small, It had so happened that bulb at Just tbo nt times Freckles could glvo Into her snap him sho would bo moro than de- - wero not curling up and rolling down valuable tree In tbo swamp. You found It. I'm going to play that you're hands ono of theso little ones. Then lighted. tho line after him. Freckles and the angel quietly curl Now, you nail my colors tny knlghj. It was pure Joy to stand back and wntch her heaving breast. Hushed cd down beside a log and with eager Next day Freckles saw" them com- on It" Sho uutled a bluo bow In her hnlr cheek and shining eyes. Hers wero eyes and softest breathing patiently ing. The angel was standing, waving such lovely eyes. They wero forever waited. They wero becoming anxious, her hat. Ho sprang on his wheel and and doubled It against tbo tree. Tbo light would soon be gouo and raced. Jolting and pounding, down the angel had called him her kulght! now changing. Now sparkling and dark- for tbo they had so wanted to try for tho corduroy to meet them. Tho Illrd bo lou-- her! Sho must not sea bis ling with wit, now humid with At last Little Chicken lifted Woman stopped tbo horse, and tho faco or surely ber quick eyes would now burning with tho tiro of picture. courage, now taking on strength of his head, opened his beak and gaped gnvo him tbo bit of print paper. read what ho was fighting to hide, Uu widely. Ho dozed a minute or two color with ambition, now flashing Freckles leaned tho wheel against a did not dare lay his lips ou that ribbon nt tbo nbuso of any creature more. Tbo nngel said that was bis tree nnd took tho proof with eager then, but that night ho would return lazily gaped lingers. He bad never beforo seen a to It. Wheu they had gono a llttlo disSho bad carried several of tbo squirrel beauty sleep. Then he again and stood up, stretching and and bunnv babies homo and had tho yawning. He ambled leisurely down study from uny of bis chickens. Ho tance tboy both looked back, nud tho When bo lifted his morning breezo set tbo bit of bluo stood staring. conservatory littered with them. Her toward the gntewny, aud tbo angel faco to them It was transfigured with wavlug them a farewell. caro of them was perfect. said, "Now, wo may havo a chance, delight Sbo reached him her hand, and, llko Drown butterfly tlmo had come. Tho "You see!" bo exclaimed, and fell to two children, they broko Into n run as outer edgo of tho swalo was fllled with at last." "I do hope so," shivered Freckles. they camo nearer tho gang. They left gazing again. "Oh, mo llttlo chlckcnl" milkweed nnd other plants beloved of With one accord they rose to their ho cried. "Oh, me llegant llttlo chick tho swamp by tho west road nnd folthem, and tbo air was golden with tho eyes on flashing satin wings of tho monarch, knees and trained their light was the cnl I'd bo giving all mo money In tho lowed tho trail uutll thoy found the log. Tbo full men. To tho nngel It seemed complete argynnls. They outnum- mouth of theLlttlo Chicken prospected bank for youl" viceroy nnd and strong. Then ho thought of tho angel's muff chaos. bered thoso of any other color threo again with no results. Ho dressed his In the shadiest spot on tbo west sldo and Mrs. Duncan's bat and added: to one. plumage, polished his beak, and wheq of tbo line, close to tho swamp aud Among tho birds It really seemed as be felt flno and In full toilet ho began "Or at least all but what I'm needing very close to Freckles' room, they were bad for something else. Would you If tho llttlo yellow fellows wero In tho to flirt with himself. Freckles' eyes cutting dowu bushes nnd clearing out they wero snapped and his breath sucked be- mind my stopping at tho cabin a mln space At least preponderance. for n tent for tho men's sleeping uto und showing this to Mother Dununtil tbo red winged blackbirds and tween his clenched teeth. quurtcrs, another for a dlnlug hall and can?" ho asked. upbobolinks that' had nested on tbo "Ho's going to do It," whispered tho Freckles went hurrying on ahead, a board shack for the cook. Tho teamland camo swarming by hundreds for angeL and they drove up In tlmo to see Mrs. sters wero unloading, tho horses were theso last fow weeks beforo migration. nodded daintily and Duncan gazing as If awestruck and to cropping leaves from tho bushes, and Little Chicken Never wns there a finer feast spread ruffled his feathers. Ho gave bis bead each man was 1 bis part toward for tho birds. Tho grasses wero fllled sundry little eldewlso Jerks and rap- hear her bewildered "Weel, bo draw tho constructiondoing tbo new Llmberof with seeds; so, too, wero weeds of idly shifted bis point of vision. Onco ed on!" Freckles and tbo angel helped tho lost quarters. every variety. Fall berries wero rlpo. thero was the fleeting llttlo ghost of a Bird Woman to establish herself for a wero mirk. (Continued next week.) Wild grapes and black haws long stay at the mouth of Sleepy ready. Nol" snapped tho angeL "Now! Why Walt for an OooaalonT Snake creek. Then she sent them They seemed to feel tho new reign of Freckles leaned toward the bird. away and waited what luck would Thero Is nothing too good for orrJT peac.0. and.fullocss.most of all. As for trap he waited. Un bring tp ber Teaseasa steel day use. , thrco-qunrtcr1 , ' ' ' , sym-pathoh-g- September 5, igia. Parent THE CITIZEN Page Seven A Word to V; Jptannlng; 1,000 young peoplo nro to eomo to Horca for tho AojMMiIng of tho Kail Term next weoit. Will you Imvo a boh or daughter among thorn? Your children aro corlnlnly your moat importnnt chargo In this worlJ. Vou would rather mako It certain Hint they will lw Rood anil cnpablo men rnd women In tho world thnn to mako It certain that they will bo rich. And education will help In both way. If J 011 read I'rvsldcnt Frost's llnr-la- n address iiubllshod In thin number of Tho Citizen, and the ndvertlm-mei- it of Itcrm which nppenrB on this 1K you will boo that great ndvan-tngo- s In tho way of education aro within your reach. Tho first boi3 away from homo Is a great turning young point In tho llfo of every person. In tho caso of many hundreds Keren has mnilo this turning point n jiotnt of Mousing. If you havo a Bon or dnughtcr of tho right ngo for fchool and ono who has tho slightest '.Moro thnn r 19 Five Great School Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Ar Your Talent. ? What Are Your Aim.? Berea Hat the Training That it Beat For YOU. Are you not far adrancsdT Than sntsr tht FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thot. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Her TO will be placed with others Ilk yourself, under a special teacher, and mak most rapid progren. commoa You will master Arithmetic and th branches and be ready to use them. You will hare rlnilnf, drawing, farm . and household management, and free On. year la th 7tm datlon School costs less than 80 and I worth 11,000. ' Ar you aiming to be a teacher? Then join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnemore, Dean. Here you will be M trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught how M teach. The demand for Derea trained teachers far exceeds the supply, " Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home 8clence. ' Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Coune, Eta. Here you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy dotal things In a superior manner. Are you desiring the next beet thing to a College Count? Then tak two years or three years In the TV GENERAL ACADEMY COUR8E, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. years, or three yean, In such practical studies as will fit you for an honor able and useful lire. Yen select your studies from such as these! Physiologythe science of health; CItIcs the science of government! Gramma the art of correct speech and Ethics the acle&ce of rlgkl and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physio-- " the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., eta Do you wleh to prepare to enter College? Start in the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Beat training la Mathematics, Languages, Science and History, 'tht Academy has Its own clasi-rooand Men's Dormitory, and a Luge bod of students of high character and ability, able Instructor, aad use el 0 leg Library and apparatus. text-booksBook-Bindinletter-writin- Inclination toward s'lMniprovement, It will 1m n great mlBtako If yo.i do not push them forward In tha'.r Wo ambition now whllo you can. In nn ago of great opportunities. Piiobody Is going to havo tho bene-f- it of them. Will It bo your children.' Will You Soon Be A Man? INDUSTRIAL UUII.DINQ Women's industries at the left, agriculture at the right. Dehlnd this is another building of the same size containing the woodwork and priming. ... INTENSIVE FARMING ... Dug-Drille- d Wells Very Dangerous The "White Fungus" ns a Means of Destroying the Chinch-bu- g in Corn Fields Among tho numerous dans sugg"st- cd for getting rid of destructive fnnn pests, that of cultivating, scattering, and thus sotting nt work their nat ural enemies, has perhaps appealed to tho popular Imagination more strongly than any ether. Slnco gornm bites nro not present 1n a locality simply luxuriates untho chinch-bu- g til they npp;ar, nnd It la with this thought In mind thnn tho Entomologist nnd Hotnnlst of the Kentucky Station hnvo made preparations to fur- approaching man's estate. Sit down n minute, my young friend, and consider what great differences there aro between ono man and nnother. Which kind do you wish to bo? Somo peoplo rush Into life's battle, bare handed, untrained, whllo others spend a llttlo time In getready. This getting ready ting It means education. called Is of boo;ia out learned things and still moro things learned from tho Hps of teachers and from spending somo months or years nt a god school whero you meet the boit joung peoplo from many duces. llerea Collego has boon established by wlso and friendly peoplo and U commended by tho greatest men In our nation no a fitting school for those who wish to do tho best In Its new year begins next life. Wednesday, September 11th. Head tho fuller announcement on this pag and plan to bo there. Vou aro counting ahead toseo when You you will cast your first voto. nro claiming n man'H pay becauso you can do pretty nearly n man's work. It a glorious tltno In llfo when otio Is growing stronger and taller and 1 multiply naturally and spontaneously under favorable conditions so ns to slay their thousands nnd tens of thousands, why, It Is asked, cannot these sniPll parasites bo propagated artlflcally nnd then bo Bown broadcast to do their deadly work whenever wo deslro. Tho work thus far done nlong this lino at tho Kentucky and other Stations shows that It Is easy enough to grow somo the nish Kentucky frrmcrs with cultures of tho white fungus against chinch-bug- s. If tho huge nro present In corn fields even In smill numbers It may be well to establish tho fungus there Inns n precaution against further crease In their numbers, though It will bo found tnslor to net It at work whero largo supply of tho bugs can be secured at ono time. Judging by Kcent complaints of Injury to corn, (rant, Gallatin, pml Henry counties offer nn excellent field In which to tho whlto fungti3. Directions for using tho fungus will accompany each package sent out from tho 'Station. Thoso wishing to glvo It n trial should wrlto to II. Gannan, Kentucky Exporimont Station, Lexington, Ky. Tho fungua will bo furnished free ns long as tho supply holds out ami ti-- parasites In largo quantities, but that tho difficulty arises In getting them to spread when opposed by unfnvor-nbl- o weather. It must bo remembered that tho conditions most favorabl'i s, to Insects Hko tho chinch-bugkucli ns drought, nro least favorablo to thrlr fungus parasites. Yet It Is remarkablo that the chinch-bu- g becomes troublosomo and lemalns so without regard to weather conditions, whenever- - Its enemies are not at hand, a fact showing thnt It Is affected by tho weather only In Every Girl Should Spend a Year directly; that, In other words, tho weather controls It by controlling then Away From Home at Some number of Its parasitica. If tho para- - with the understanding that It Is not guaranteed to ''catch." This may depend, as explained, on conditions, and upon tho c.aro with which directions nro followed. II. Carman, Kntomologlct Hotnnlst. and Good School In which havo been drilled can boast of a number of combination dug and drilled wells. Tlio owners congratulate themselves on their wisdom In utilizing nn old dug well fifteen, twenty, or thirty f?ot In depth, and drilling through the bottom of this to n good flow of deep water. Tho cost of drilling that 20 or 30 feet 'has been caved, certainly an economy worth considering. As a matter of fact, this combined dug and drilled well Is a particularly dangerous type. It may readily breed malarial fever or even typhoid fever, which is moro prevalent In tho country than even In tho overcrowded cities, In splto of tho cupposcd puro water supply of nearly nil fanning sections. Such a well Is all tho moro dangerous becauso It Is fancied to be safe. Although tho wntcr encountered by tho deep woll may bo perfectly puro at the start, contamination may tako placo almost immediately by tho entrance, especially after rains, of seepage water Into tho open well nnd thenco Into tho casing of tho drilled well. Tho remedies aro obvious. Either tho casing should bo carried to tho surface of tho outsido ground, or nt least above tho highest level ever reached by tho water, or tho open well should bo converted Into system by applying a a water-tigthick coating cf cement over both sides and bottom. From Paper 223, United States Geological Survey. wells ht Water-SuD-ply Almost any community Berea College DR. CHAS. F. HUBBARD, Dean Th College Itself stands apart from all the other schools under It agement and hat long maintained the highest standards known In the South. To conform to the Carnegie standards we bar diminished our former r qulremerttl Required and eleotlre ttudlet with opportunity to oonoentrat In particular lines. Latest colleg library In Kentucky. LaboratorjM equipped for student praotlc. Courses leading to the degree of A. si, B. 8., B. and B. Fed. MUSIC (Singing Fret). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may be taken for special fees In oonneotlon with work in any el tiU abor ichoola, I, Questions- - Answered erta, Friend of Working Student. Berea College, with It afflSat4 schools, U not a money-makinInstitution. It requires certain fee, but It expends many thousands of dollars eaoh ytar for the bene&t of K airing highest adrantagtt t lowest cost, and arranging, for student to earn and ear In very way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protett-tcharacter and reputation of th young people, vOur student com from th best families and ar earnest to do well and lmpVore. For any who may .be tick th College prorldet doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parent In Berea llr In College building, and assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, recelrlng raluabl trailing, and getting pay according to .the ralue of their labor. Except In wla ter It U expeoted that all will hare a chance to earn a part of their pense. Writ to th Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPmN8E8 for clothing, laundry, postage, book, eta, raff with different people. Berea farora plain clothing. Our climate 1 th best, bat at ttuflenu mutt attend clattea regardless of th weather, warm wra and underclothing, umbrella and orershoe are neoessary. The tlv Store furnishes hook, toilet articles, work uniforms, ambrella a&4 thr neotatary articles at coaL LIVINQ EXPEN8E8 are really below oott Th College asks bo for the fine buildings In which student lire, charging only enough roott rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, tights, and washing of bedding a&4 towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, f l.SS a wtek, In th fall and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, light, washing of be ding, 40 to 60 cant for each person. First a "Dollar Deposit," a guarantee far 8CH00L FEE8 are two. return of room key, library books, eta This Is paid but once, aad U return! when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to helpon expense for cars of school bulleV Ings, hospital, library, etc. (Btudents pay nothing for tuition or serrlCM at teaohers all our Instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for taM students Is $5.00 a term, 6.00 In Academy and Normal, and 8T.00 la CoH glate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rct kf th term, board by th half term. Installments are as follows! g tta-dent- s, I h Wo bellovo In education for every girl. Somo will bo school teachers, And but all will bo t.i bo tho maker of a homo ono must havo something of thoso larger that como from a bit t travellug and an extended acquaintance, and tho training which only a home-makers. r4 good school can give. Tho girl who has been at llerea will lovo her own homo tho better and sho will bo able to do moro In her homo than sho could ever have riono if sho had stayed there right nlong nnd never struck out for a bit of education. Tho wlso nnd generous aro people who plauned and who Bintalnlng llerea Collego offer something good for every girl. Head Pros. Frost's Harlan address published in this paper and study tho announcement of tho college on this pa?o. Fall Terns begins next Wednos-nennd you can bo thero. Tf MILKS F MAKSIf Registrar, IVan of Vocational Schools. JOHN W. MNSMOItE Dean of Normal School. PAI.I, TI'.RM VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADF-U-r AND NORMAL COLLEOC Incidental Fee Board, Room 7 f 3.00 3.60 9 45 t wcclci 30, 1912 . . 6.00 7.00 t 7.00 Ediion's Prediction About the Moving Picture In an artlclo In tho August Woman' Homo Companion about mvliB pictures, tho author commends tho use of moving plcturcn by the churehen, nnd bliows how tho developments come. Hint lino will probably In the course of tho artlclo npixnr tho follpwlng paragraphs presenting Mr. Thomas A. Kdlson'a prediction nslntlvo to moving pictures: ".Mr. Edison, tho Inventor of th motion pictures, believes that their greatest effectiveness will be In t duration. Ho wants to mako them an bj Integral tart of tho public-schoo- l nnd experiment lire now Mng mndo lu his hemo town, Oraimo, New l'i Jersey. Ho now haa oporators iVfrlra with Instructions to "tako everything from Capo town to tho In muth of tho N'llo, to be Mr. Kdlson'j twohlng geography. Idea Is that moving pictures will tako tho plnco of most of tho bolow tho ninth grr.do. Ho mnlntalns that children will loarn geogrnphy much moro quickly and will hnvo n moro Intelligent undorstnndliig thru moving pictures, whero they can boo tho nctual country, tho mountnlns nnd tho tho rlvors, tho wild nulmuls, (savago peoples at work and nt play, 'Ad tho llfo lu tho cltlos, than would ho Tisslblo from THOMAS A 1 DWAItPS Dean of foundation Scluvts. Amount ilue Sept-11- , Hoard 7 weeks, uue Oct. ... . Wi 943 f)$a SUU.UO S 00 9.00 J1J4S 9 43 9 45 Totat for term 1( ptilil In aiUimrt' Incidental l'ee Koom Hoard, 6 ' , fjt Qa S31.10 I 6.00 7.a 9 00 WIST15R Tl'.KM f .oo 3.10 f 7. JO 31.00 necks Amount due January r. 1913 noard far 6 wecka, due 1'cb. 11, 1913 . .... ,, 9.00 fM.eo 9 GO f.io 9.00 S30.70 5 fjj ao 9.00 fU-1- Ttat MISS HOW for term If (mill hi lultanrr . J .15 00 Ill) 500 Jjt.ao 6.00 31.70 I I.7S fJS-- SWUNG TliKM Incidental l'ee l ltANt'lS MATIICNY IH'an of Aradtrny 1" Iean of bbbbbbbbE KKSOX Womvn Room IbbbbbbbbH Heard, J weeka Amount due March it. 1913 Hoard 3 Hecks, due Apr. 30, Tetal for term If uitil In iwlwime . 673 1913 . 4o 73 6.75 ., f 13 JI773 S34.0O H'lHltr 1)00 6.0 9 00 6.00 t'l w mi fl4.i 14 f4. SiS. 00 f I4.0O Special bbbbbbbbbbbSt Expenses Business. 00 7.00 J LbbbbbbbH Stenography and Typewriting nokktpliiK (rcKidar rourc) jvlin; ilirlrf course I Iloukkt-ruure tu.lu s for students lu other i!rwirtineut: StetHHiauhy TyiMruriUiiK, with one hour'a ue law 5 ultis ... .. 1030 7S ar.se lSo 34 iif uN Commercial Law Coiuinerclal Geography. Cimmerclal Arlllimetlc or l'riiiuaiikhliK tacit 1. So Iu 110 rase will special Dullness Fees exceed f 13.00 per term. iuttrument . . 300 text-hoo- HOWAIIIl I'.TAYLOK llursar I). WALTKIt MOKTON Secretary. THOMAS J OSUOKNE Treasurer, toxt-booU- s. Friends you will know in Berea ooiitliiiifliis htmly. Many votiiiL' itoilo waslo tlmo in tho nnbllo suhoold golncf ovur mul over tho wuiio tlilnu'H, wliun tlioy niltrlit be IniprovliiK niucli fnstor by comliiir to lttrca mul starting In on now stiullus with somo of tho bi'Ht.voting nitin mul woiiit'ii from othor cotintlim mul Btntes. AiiplU'iititK must brinir or miu1 a tnt Imoiiliil hliowintr that tliov nro nbovu 16 years olil, in food licnltli. ami of irooil eharaotor. T iIh may bo kIiiuiI by Homo fornior Horen utiulimt or omu ndiablo tencluir or niiit'li- uor. i no iiho ui louauco is strictly lorniiiiioii. .mako your piann to come on rioptoinucr 11. For Infonimtlon or frloiully iiilvico wrlto to tho Secrutnry, Vlll" iiitltW.t.if I IihI Villi lift lllflll fit Villltlir UMttinn itnn ir.it n .wl e n Inti lifivti If tlioro in tli will to do so. It Ih a trtviit udvitntiiL't' to Hlnrt In tho full mul linvu 11 full vimr Plan Now, Come September 11th nf of D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. nro being mado on our school build-lngh- y Jocso Maggard. Prof. Marsh of Berea was a welcomo visitor In our town this week One of tho greatest meetings over hold hero has been tho Gospel services of tho Da- Col lego Extension Department un-- 1 der tho ablo leadership ot Rev. C. S. Knight. Tho Chapel has been crowd-jC- d nightly by eager coula to hear tho great message ho delivers nlon wlfo. Ho will alBo maintain mond and London, Ky. TnATKLI.EBS nil ST Travelers Rest, Sept. 3. Rov. of Heldelburg vices ph Mc-Elr- September appoint-menu 5, 9'2 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Ho orttioidi)fe roMlibel l( not (or publication, bat ! tor preaching services at Rich- will hold their association nt tho mouth of Cow Creek on the first Saturday In October. nu.VBii ohf.uk Sllvor Creek, Sept. 4. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Lewis and llttlo son, Chester, spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Joo Lowls. Mrs. Davo I'ullins and Stella Jackson spent Sunday with Mn. Tobo Todd. Mrs. Ellen Mitchell has returned from Gibson Infirmary and Is nblo to bo nbout again, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Gnhbnrd epont Monday with meeting Anthony Burnoll. Revlvnl begins nt Sllvor Creek, September 14th, Rov. Brookshlro will conduct Miss Iva Anderson tho services. spent n tow days last week with Miss Llwlo Moore. WIlllo Eaton has returned from Indiana. MADISOir COUNTY Berea Printing School Departneat of Berea College (The Citizan it a tpecimea of our work.) 11 n (ride I ln4 la full ty tie of tood faltb. wtlttr.'lte Mire WilU plainly. nlty lmvo mumps. D. Q. Clark o( Johnotta was among friends heri, LBTTEJt. PRINTS HAND-BILI.from this placo at- i Srhnnl ronveu- - Sunday.-Sevc- rnl BKR REPORTS, HEADS. CARDS, ni church at Corinth Sunday bo held In McKec on Krl- tlon MONS AND BOOKS IN THE BEST Miss Martleha Singleton and Miss day, Sopt. Cth. There will bo an nt LOWEST AND MANNER, AT Leila Owens wero calling on friends ternoon anu an uveinus Mrs. nt Wlldle, Sunday. Mr. and PRICES. Geo. A. Joplln, tho State Secy., Rev. Sunday llindlcy Laawell visited relatives Rt will conduct tho meetings. Your patrooaga la asked to blp was held at S. A, CaudlU's school nt Snider, this week. Robert Allen who OWSLEYCOUNTY School workers arc urged to bo presllradshaw last Friday. There was a hns been visiting homo folks near students, and to iniurt cow citr.i:t( Tho County lias a goodly number Cooksburg ent. your gottlns your monoy's worth. rcturmfl to Hamilton, I Cow Creek, Aug. 31. An electrical largo crowd, and tho entertainment tho Stato of Sunday Schools and lasted from 10 a. m. to 3:30 p. r.i. O., Sunday. Tho Bell Tclephono Co. imr.vi rs Is very anxious that thu thunderstorm passed over hero last CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND tho Dreyfus, Sept. 3. Owing to Is erecting a new lino from Wldlo Thero was good behaviour, no drinkWednesday night but did no damage, should bo organized. work ing. Had a good string band, nlso u rains of tho past two weeks crops ORDERS BY MAIL. YOU WILL GET to Pine Hill Frank Lewis conduct- j ISAACS Tho npplo crop In this section is drum nnd fife. Plenty of dinner spread aro In good condition nnd a good SATISFACTION. TERMS CASH. ADhero, Thursday ed an fairly good but peaches and smaller on Isaacs, Sept. 2. Tho weather 5s night, entertainmentenjoyed by ' tho ground for everybody. Chester yield Is expected. Mr. nnd Mrs. 1'. wns which all. corn Is maturing well. a fnllure. Mr. nnd very hot and fruits aro almost Brewer who has boon In Hamilton, M. Jones wero visiting nt PanoU, DRESS '.Mrs. M. Gabbard and their two girls Mrs. Mary 13. Turkey 1ms moved a Knnilnv. F. T.f. Jones Is hnvlng Ohio, for somo tlmo hns Just returnLAUREL COUNTY arrived, Wednesday, from Hamilton, ed homo for n few days stay with jnow roof put on his dwelling this to I'lgeon Koost. Mr. and Mrs. Tom VIVA guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. spend a week visiting homo Ohio, to brewer wero his parents. Ho will go back to Hamilweek. Luther Klmberlaln is doing Viva, ScpU 2. Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Mrs. David York, Saturday night. folks at this placo, returning about ton In n fow days. Huston Brandcn-Imr- g tho work. Tho 3. B. convention BEREA, KY. r.t Simpson and children ot Woodford Sept. Cth. Mr. Gabbard's father and Tllllo York, who Is teaching at Hurtrading some. Ho re- this placo was n success. Althoimh has been County nro visiting relatives at this will go homo with them. ley visited home folks, Saturday and swapped a flno span of mules tho was sninll still tho visiting his mother crowd Sunday.' Many from this placo at- placo. Mr. Simpson, after nt cently Mr. and Mrs. Ucl Wilder wero father nnd other relatives In Jackson Richmond, Ky tho first of InBt week to a niaro nnd got tho difference.--Fran- k grenteht interest wns shown and tho Gospel Extension meettended His buying Hendricks' wlfo Is very low. greater effort will bo put forward to County, has returned home. a new supply of groceries. ing at Moorcs Creek and all enjoyed tho work for tho present year. family will remain a few days longer. i'.vi:itMii.t: Henry Gabbard and Tho Messra. It. The sermons were good and tho Dr. Peters and family of Knoxvlllo County Tom Harris has moved to Bobtown. 1. Our Sept. Evcrsolo, Wilson, wero at J. It. shown wero both Interesting pictures undo Sam Several pooplo from this placo athavo been visiting Mrs. Peters' sisfair will bo held tho 13 and 14th of Gabbard's, Thursdny, on business. and Instructive, especially thoso IllusTo thai who have children to du ter, Mrs. Newman of tills placo and Tho Misses Maud Anderson and May this month. The ctock will bo shown tended court, Monday. Stock of all trating our Saviour's life. We are alin good prices cato and wish to rtslde In Biroa for have such Christian father and mother, Mr. and Mw. Evcrsolo of Scuth Fork visited Miss on Friday, tho 13th. Garden pro- kinds nro bringing ways glad to John Lunsfonl was community. Green Jones, of Mildred. They wero May Mintcr last Sunday. C. B. Gab- ducts, household goods and farm pro- this workers In our midst. Mr. and Mrs. nccompanled homo by her sister, Miss called to I.ocust Branch, Sept. 1st., to a longer or shorter time to enjoy It nnd ducts will come, Saturday, tho Hth. 11. L. Davis were guests of Mr. bard and brother, James, bao services of ono educational tho advantages, the College A. Emma Jones. Felix Begloy who ha3 Mrs. Levi IMrkey, Sunday. G. to gather their ginseng seed. Everybody Invited. No admission feo conduct tennerfuneral pupils. Apple cutting been staying for somo tlmo with hla oMila They havo an abundant crop whldi will bo charged to tho fair neither Settle and family are moving to has a number of houses, large ane any and bean stringing seem to bo qulto Hamilton, O. M. Edwards purchased uncle, Rolllo Beatty, has returned to is beautiful to behold. Tho seed grow will tho women havo to his homo near Beattyville. Old Undo and ripen In pods of cardinal rod, entranco fee for household or garden prevalent. A number of our young email, some of them partly furnished) cow-- from Mrs. D. It. Ala good milk school nt Berea nt Rodney Million la very sick with having about 300 seed to one od. pioducts. Wheat, com and oats aro people will enter to rent on reasonable terms. Address len. Charllo Carter of Berea visited grippe. Mrs. Brumlt of Corbln has Thcs'o seed are very valuable, bringbean Isaac tho opening of tho Fall Term. Our good la this neighborhood. Davis, recently. Tho H. C. been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ad- ing as much aa $50 per pound. Rev. Gabbard preached at tho mouth ot Sunday School Is progressing nicely stringing at J. D. Riley's was Supt. by all present. W. H. Davis dle Centers, of this placo and abo John Mason gavo a lecture to John Cow Crock, Sunday. Tho Lexington with James Dennvy as Fred IIAIITS Bridge Hamilton, O., re- attending tho London fair. Co. completed tbo entranco visiTHE COLLEGE TREASURER school and parents nnd who hns been to Tyncr at- Frost'sFriday afternoon, on "Educa- to tho Boonevlllo bridge, Saturday, Harts, Sept, 2. D. C. Pulllns and turned home, recently. 'Mr. and Mrs. Jones and Alford Rader of tors, visited tho London fair and visited BEREA, KY. Caleb Cope were guests of Mr. and tended Meredith Gabbard, former which was washed away last winter Mr. Wilson of Bell County tion." relatives at Viva, last week. Sunday. tho homo ot J. W Lake, Sunday.--Ro- v. Mrs. J. L. Davis, Roberts and wlfo and Bro. Hudl'lTTSllL'lUS ROCKCASTLE COUNTY son of Berea aro hcldlng a protractPittsburg, Aug. 28. Tho dedication 1IOONK ed meeting at Harts. Miss Roena Graded exercises at tho Pittsburg Boone, Sept. 2. D. II. Bolen died Hammond of Disputanta visited Miss chool wero excellent. Tho school at tho homo of his daughter, Mrs. Ncllio G. Lako from Friday utll Sunwith a Jargo beautiful w presented Leo Wren, on tho morning of Aug. 2v, Hag and a nlco Bible by tho Junior day. Jasper Burncll has been visit-lu- g a O. U. A. M; tho dedication of tho He leaves Mrs. John after a short Illness. his mothcr-ln-lawlfo and four children and a host of school building was conducted by Williams. W. B. Luke has accepted friends to mourn his loss. His body the F. and A. II. lodge; devotional Norte Training School of a Job from tho Eglestou Picture Co. was taken to Wallaceton for burial. Ho will work aa crew manager. Rev. exercises wero conducted by Berea College Mrs. Geo. Wren is qulto sick. Mr. Rtld, pastor of tho Baptist church of Jrhn Gadd will start to Indiana, soon. and Mrs. J. H. Lambert are visiting London; and several addresses and T. J. Lake, tho hustling uwrchant, Mrs. Lambert's mother near Nina, recitations were given by promoter BAB BEST OPERATINU ROOM Is getting along finely. Miss Esther visiting Mr. AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Huff of education. Tho Wilton band gave Fayvello of Eubankit-l- a returned homo after a pleasant visit somo excellent music. There were Mrs. C. C. Logsdon Is imWhyland. FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUUOTEH with friends and relatives in Illinois. plenty of refreshments on proving slowly. J. F. Hnwkins has tho Mr. Or PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREAT '.Mr. Johnson. The funeral of Mr. D. Bolen was grounds and all enjoyed the day. sold his farm to preached, Sunday, at Fairvlew, where School will begin, Monday, Sept. 2nd BaBaBaBaBaBaBaaaBBBr Hawkins will mcvo to Iliuo Hex, MENT GREATLY INCREASES PROShe was a member, by tho Revs. Chil- nnd we are expecting tho most sucwhero ho owna a farm. Quito a num- PECTS OS" RECOVERY. dress and Lambert, a largo crowd cessful school year over had at Pitts ber of young folks visited the homo Jesse Wren burg. attending tho service. of T. McQueen, Saturday owning, and Tho Messrs. BIlllo. Gabbard Rate On Dollar a day and ap. was in Madison County, Sunday. wero treated to poaches. 11. T. Jones and Dan McCollum wero tho welcomo Miss guests visiting Bout for prompt payment required RichMiss Lyda Levett is nnd wlfo Bpent Sunday night in of their cousin, Mrs. B. H. Talitha Coyle. Mr. and Mrs. James Cole. Tuesday night. Ambrose Mcllono ami wlfo mond. Mrs. Emor For further particular! addreai Grant wero in Boone, Monday. Mrs. Evans Is very low and Is not expectvisited their boh. Walker, Sunday. Children Reading The Citizen Nora Wren is clerk In J. H. Lam- ed to recover. Anzalo Johnson his ESTILL COUNTY bert's storo this week. Miss Hattio moved to East Bernstndt. MlS3 Lula ivAfii:iihvii.Li: a Adams ot Whltesburg Is visiting her tnrhfr of this nlaco. also cavo a by tho high tide. J. C. Roso bought who has been sick for Poynter BEREA, KY. Sept. 2. Mrs. Jeff Wageravllle, few days is out again. James Chas-teo- n sister, Mrs. Polly Adams, of this 'helpful talk on "Opportunities and two inulo colts last week for J70. Wagers is now sick. Tho Misses was in Boone, Sunday. Thero place. Apples aro selling at twenty Character Building." Rev Mason led each ami sold a 3 year old mulo to and May Cox and Kato will bo a meeting at Flat Gap, Sat- and twenty-fiv- e cents per bushel, tho devotional and Elmer Gabbard T. Wilson for $175. Judgo Murrell'n Florence the guests of Miss Myrtle wero urday night, conducted by tho Retr. potatoes at forty cents per bushel and led tho music Rev. Mason preaches, baby was buried at tho Murrell graveMary mosmilto aro Invited to glvo a hand Powell, Sundny. Tbo Mlsbcs Lamb and others. J. W. Todd of beans at forty cents per bushel. Sunday morning, and Mr. Elmer E. yard last week. Th Iioonovlllo ball nud chaso from this land tho llttlo Mooros, Mattio Wilson, week. Rockford was In Boone, last played tho Indian Creek team, Tho farmers of our vicinity feel great Gabbard, Sunday afternoon. Sunday nnd Mr. Flnley , brown bird whoso dynasty has extcntl-- 1 Ruth Scrlvncr this ly encouraged slnco they havo won school will bo held at tho usual time. Saturday, at the mouth ot Indian A number ot yung folks at guests ct ed over ft iorlod of sixty years. You placo attended tho show at Conway, B0 many premiums on their products Meredith Gabbard acting as Supt. -- Creok. Tho game stood 13 to 7 lu Peters wero tho pleasant Tho can trap him, shoot him, poison him. Miss Kato Wagers, Sunday. Friday night.-- Mr. and Mrs. Carrol whch John Frost and E. E. Gabbard left, favor of Boonevlllo William Roblu-so- n exhlblted nt tho Joo Wngers and in fact, there's n lot of things you Messrs. D. C. and Martin were visiting relatives of this plnco left hero this mornCounty fair. After all tho most Saturday morning for Cortland, Ky, can do to him, and In tho opinion ot Arch Peters attended court at Rich Clear Creek last week. featuro In farming Is know- whoro Mr. Gabbard preaches at 10 ing for Garrard County, to seo his mond, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis the United Statca Department of IIDCKIOIll) children. Prof. Noe closed a successing how to make tho poor soil pro-du- a. m., leaving there they go to Agriculture you will bo doing tho Fowler, Jr., wero tho guests of Mr. Rockford, Sept. 2. Tho protracted where Mr. Gabbard gives hia ful lnstltuto at Boonevlllo a few days well under proper cultivation. j country n d favor. and .Mrs. Everetto Alexander on Cow meeting closed at Macedonia, Satur- That Is Just what somo of our farmfarewell address to his home church ngo. ChaB. Callahan has taken tlu "Tho hill ot complaint against Mr. Creek, Saturday night and Sunday. day night with eleven additions. The ers aro now doing. people, from thero they como baci agency for tho Sluger Sowing Sparrow by Ned Doorbom, an expert em nnd Mrs. Ambroso Wilson and Bro. services wero conducted by hero whero Mr. Gabbard fills his Co. Robert Callahan purchas- Mr. in tho United Statoa Biological Survey, Louis, visited nt Mr. Jeft CLAY COUNTY Jewell Childress and Bro. Phelps. here and Indian Creek. ed Sam Wilson's timber for $2,000 llttlo Bon, Sunday. Kts forth that ho la 'cunning, destrucWagers, Saturday night nnd iiritMNo .sniiNfls nnd LUlio Ogg of Berea aro visiting Ho leaves next week to attend Col-le- nid Is hauling It to tho mouth ot tive nnd filthy.' Ho feeds in winter Burning Springs, Aug. 31. Georgo A. Q. Wilson wns tho guest of Mr. friends and relatives of this placj. The teachers of this at Berea, accompanied by his Cow Creek. on waste material, and In summer McCreary's Mrs. A. B. Kclley, Sunday. commodious now barn nnd Tho protracted meeting Is expects switches hla diet to ed to begin at Scaffold Cano Baptist presents a tine appearance, and it i Insects. About tho only extenuating church, Saturday, Sept 7th. Every. Is now ready for the accommodation IN OUR OWN STATE circumstances advanced In his favor t traveling men's horses. He, body Is Invited to come. Miss Lull (ConliaurJ Irom flrrt Is that ho sometimes hut very selJewell and Lllllo Osc were Kolf has been suffering very much dono with grent care, raising tho dom (lies out to tho country district the guests ot Bernlco Todd, Thurs- ftom tho effects of an injury which nsscEsment of tho corporations ono whero alfalfa grows and docs a llttlo day night. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Guluu ho received years ago. An epidemic hundred millions, which will result good service by preying on tho visited T. C. Vlars and daughter, of chicken pox has been In our town in additional revenue to tho stato tilfulfa-weovl- l. But most of tho tlmo Somo Beulah, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim during tho last fow weeks. of flvo hundred and titty thousand. ho feeds on Insects which play a useLlnvllle visited Mr. W. H. Llu- - children were qulto sick with It. Tho fear has hoon that the corjwr-ation- s ful part In agricultural aervlco. vlllo and family ot Scaffold Cane, Milan Standafer has made a bust- would hold tho matter up for Hence, nbout nlncty.nlno counts lp to Lexington. Tho Messrs. Saturday and Sunday. Rev. G. E. ncEs years In tho court, hut tho latest him and only ono In his favor. to see us about j our Roof. .Winter will be here Childress visited T. C. Vlars nnd Geo- - Baker and Peter Standafer havo reprts aro that tho' Increased assess"Also, ho la guilty ot destroying soon. Orders arc coining in fast. The price oi returned from their work of grading daughter, Beulah, Saturday night. ment may stand without contest. fruit, such aa cherries, grapes, pears steel iV advancing rapidly. The Best Time is Aunt Oma Croucher who has been for a now railroad. Tho former hxs nnd peaches. Ho gobbles up buds nnd PAYS PENALTY rick for so long died, Sunday night, bad his finger smashed and tho latKiglit Now. Drop us a card in order to get you Cal Miracle, convicted In tho Iino-vlll- o flowers of cultivated shrubs, trees Aug. Slot. Miss Edith A. Llnvllli tcr received qulto a bad cut on his on our list. circuit court cf douhlo murdor, and vines. Ho causes havoc In garwho has been visiting her aunt, Mm. knee. Tho now rock wall In front nnd last dens by nibbling at tho peas was electrocuted at Eddyvlllo preMattlo Llnvllle, tor the past week 'of Henry Carmack's residence lettuce. Ho Is destructive to wheat Friday mornlnc Mlraclo was a returned to her home at Berea, Sun- sents a flno appearance. Ho is character, and went to his and other grains. Soma idea ot tho day . J. S. Waddlo who has been slcU also having a rock cellar built at tho death without any npparcnt sorrow extent of his depredations is gained is somo better. Old Undo John It. back of his house Mr. J. W. Montot by tho statement that a flock for the life ho had led. Mgr. McCollum who . has been sick for gomery and sons aro doing tho work. titty ot his fellows requires dally tho 1 bo mo tlmo is better. Thero nro n Mies Bertha Robinson ot Berea equivalent of a quart of grain. Hcnco, ENGLISH SPARROW A PEST few cases of wheoping cough in this upending her vacation among her tho annual loos throughout tho counvicinity. Bernlco Todd, Jewell nud many friends horo. Miss Lucy Raw-linIn an artlclo on planning war ou try mounts up to a largo total. Is making an extended visit Lllllo Ogg visited Lula and Flos3lo tho sparrow In tho current issuo ot "Kurthcrmoro, ho la a plrnto and a We have the goods the quality of workmanWaddlo, Friday night and Saturday. among friends In London, WilliamsKami and Fircsldo by Dr. Leonard K. disturber of tho bird world. Ho proyii Hlrshborg npix'ara tho following In. on somo of our most useful and ship and the right price. $5.00 per square for a J. W. Todd made a business trip burg and Harlan. Mrs. Lucy Rosa to Berea, Saturday. and daughter, of Barbourvllle, have dlctmcnt of tho sparrow: birds, amene tho number roof worth $6,00 to $7.00 is cheaper than $4.00 s, been visiting at tho homo of "Mr. English Sparrow having been purplo OULANIIO bluebirds, Mr. for a roof wortli only $3.99. Just like your GalRawllngs. duly tried and found guilty ot being martins, tree.swnllowo, Orlando, Aug. 31. We nro having Fnyetto Mrs. Lily vanized fence posts so your Galvanized Hoofing plenty of rain and crops are looking a pest, an undesirable nud a gcnerul tho wrens and mock and children who havo been will rust if you get the cheap kind. visiting hero havo returned homo to nuisance, Undo Sam respectfully atfine. Several from thl0 place all good citizens of theso United "Ho is noisy and vltuporatlvo and tended tho fair at London, this week. London. Carl Rawllngs and cousin, States to abolish him. Mrs. F. P. Singleton of Snider vis- Joo, report a pleasant visit at tbo doesn't sing, but, on tho other hand, "All persons who aro interested In annually destroys many feathered ited D. M. Singleton, Saturday and London fair. Wo aro nil pleased to swatting tho fly or citermlnatlng tho elngors." SundaySovornl children In this YJcl- - see tho much needed repairs that SUNDAY JACKSON COtfNTY SCHOOL CONVENTION ' ' c.inv tooJ - utoiw at tho Presbyterian church Wilson ot last 8unday nlghtw-Iosethis placo lino just returned from Powell County, vhcro ho has boon visiting relatives. Palmer Scott Is tho lines ot our Intellectual, moral having a nice dwelling erected on a and spiritual nocdo. Tho Illustrated lot which ho purchased from W. W. lecturo oil narcotics has made, a deep Wilson. J. Ty Gray and wlfo of on thoso addicted to tho j Impression Earncstvlllo wero tho guests of S. A. They alcohol and clgnrctto habits. Caudlll, Saturdny night and Sunday. Havo In tho morning for Manchester Ono of tho nicest entertainments and points up tho Red Bird District. ever held In this part ot tho county1 I ra conducted ser- Berea Printing School Houses to Rent bo-g- iy THE Berea Hospital THE BEREA HOSPITAL Ar-vi- B.-u- Ar-vln- e, ! co Crock-cttsvil- lo : good-olze- 'Ma-chl- wecd-Bced- a.l hira-Wcdd- I NOW IS THE TIME - Berea School of Roofing HENRY LENGFELLNER, dcn-pera- to gs bo-3- ng hou&c-wrcn- ry cllff-swallo- s, cs lng-blrd- s. J j What President Frost Said at Harlan 4 Is For You, Tood