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The Citizen Mo-ULn.ta.in Knowledge la power and the to keep up with modern knowledge la to read a good newspaper. way People One Dollar a year. No. 11 Vol. XIV. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1012 SICK BUT NOT DEAD Money For You In It ohance like this at When you get 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. a- - HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes and other good things to wear at less than they are worth. R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY CHR1STAIN CITIZENSHIP Dy WORLD NEWS Turkey Sues for Peace. Knox Attends Funeral of Japanese Emperor. England's Position as to Canal. Scientist Claims to Have Discovered Typhoon in "Secret of Life." China. PEACE PROPOSALS TO TURKS It Is reported that new Instructions rx'Htx'ctlng a peaco settlement with Turkey wero given to tho Italian ttelegntcs, Sunday. It Is belluved that Italy Is making rounter proiKJsals to thoso of the nut furklsh delegates, but It Is understood that these concessions glvo up Trljioll and Cyrenecal. KNOX REACHES JAPAN According to a wireless message, Secretary of State, tho American Philander C. Kuox. and party aboard tho U. S. Cruiser. Maryland, anchor ed In Yokolioma harbor at 8 p. m., Monday. Tho Secretary was received at tho pier by tho Governor, Mayor and othd notables aa well as many American residents of Yokohoma and attended the funeral of tho lato Emperor as tho special representative of the L. S. CANAL INVESTIGATION In n letter to tho Gateshead chamber of commerce, Friday, tho British Foreign Secretary lays bare tho attitude of the British Government toTho ward tho Panama Canal act. be Ilrltlsh feel that they arc to burdened with nn unduo proportion of the charge for tho malntenanco of tho canal by completely exempting the American Bhlpplng from tolls. In view of this nn Inquiry Is now being mado by tho special commis sioner on trnfflc and tollB, Prof. "Tho Republican party Is dead," says tho Louisville Herald. "All that remains is to clone up headquarters and writo, 'Ichabod the glory has departed' nbovo tho door." "lull dot so?" It is too lnd, but, of courso, the Herald ought to know. It Is not merely a prophetic utterance, but a statement of fact. It is already dead, tho funeral has taken placo an inglorious one nnd the Herald wns thero, not ns a mourner, but in the hnhilamenta of joy a faithless child, with no toar for the departed, scarcely waiting for tho last rites to be said, bo eager is it to waste its inheritance in riotous living. Tho Republican party dead. The party of Lincoln, tho party that saved the Union, the party of the old soldiers, the party of prog, rcss nnd prosperity of tho full dinner pail for the working-mathe party ot tho loy cabin dead, and nono ho poor as to do it reverence! "Ish dot ho," or is the wish sponsor for tho declaration. Perhaps the Herald is dreaming, We hadn't heard it before, and somo how are slow to believe it. No. Tho Republican party may be sick but it is not dead. Neithor do we believe it is sick unto the death. Its hour has not yet come. It is suffering in Kentucky from Bradley ism, but a good emetic will rid it of the infection. It inherited nn ailment from tho Roosevelt administration that was hard for the head of tho party to recognize nnd that depleted the patient's vitality fearfully before it was cured. It is now known as Ballingeu'sm. Another more serious dinense goes by the name of Payne-AIdricism. Now medical terms are hard for tho layman to understand but this name plainly indicates that the party was convulsed with pains nil over. The sickness was induced by ns slight a thing as the break ing of a promise, the party being immediately thrown into paroxysms. A euro has not yet been ofTected but we are assured that it will follow slight doses of properly mixed revision dotunward at intervals such as tho patient can stand. Other diseases that perhaps should not bo mentioned owing to tho fact that they have already responded to treatment are Lorimerism, Cannonism, nnd n slight Crane in the neck. Cannonism has about run its course and only a littlo time is necessary for the relief of the latter n (lection. But the whole story in not yet told. Would that it were. That the Republican party should be stricken with a new malady in its very period of convalescence in the thing of most serious import. And tho virus of diwhnt shall bo said of the fact that the deadly virus vision teas injected by the party's bat loved and most (rusted Physin MR. FARMER Two Car Loads of Globe and Equity FERTILIZER For Fall sowing, just arrived. Prices interesting and terms liberal. See them before you buy. CHRISMAN'S "THE FURNITURE MAN" UNITED STATES NEWS IN OURJWN STATE Maine Won by Republicans. Mexican Congressman Edwards' Son Drowned. Whitley City becomes County Rebels Invade American Territory. Seat of New County. State Fair, Ex. Sec'y Straus Progressive Canthis Week. Kentucky Coal Lands didate for Governor in N. Y. Lieut. Being Bought Up. Taft'sCampaign Dead, Bumper Gen'l MacArthur Crops. Newspapers to Be Regulat-- - to be Opend by Bradley. SON DROWNED The littlo two year old son of tormer Congressman and Mrs. Don C. Edwards of London, Ky., fell Into an open well at Lily, last Friday and was drowned. .'Mr. and Mrs. Ed- the Rev. J. S. Mrtln, D. D., General Supt. National Reform Association. What li It? m not merely occupying the staclti-xtus nnd enjoying tbo rlghtB of a one who prufesaes to bo a by Christian. Many a Christian has that and status ana enjoys these rights t.rlvilcges who U not a Chrlstlun Belt citizen. It Is not occupying one's or oven chiefly with exclusively matters that pertain to tho country' ilomaln. population and wealth, nor with matters ot Invention, manufacture and trade, nor with questions of war, peaco and seculur education, nor with tho mechanism of government such as tho study of Its frameworl:. statutory, tho laws, constitutional aud with which It has to do. tho titles and duties of of fleers and the methods of their election, nor Is It nttendlnf! tho primaries and voting at tho poia. All this has Its placo and In Its place Is right, even dutiful. All this In may well claim tho attention, part, of Christian cttlzms. It Is doubtless an essential element In Christian citizenship. Hut It Is by no means tho most essential element In It. What Is there In any or nil of Uils to distinguish tho Christian citizen fellow citizen? from hio Will not tho latter do all this and that, too, with even greater avidity, especially If ho bo a iolltIclan. than tho former? Tho political boss and his hcnchmwi may bo relied uion to It Is But will tho physician's treatment prove fatal? The Herald is so sure of it that it speaks of tho death ns a past event aud rejoices nt it. But, "Not bo," cry the Green Mountain boys "Not death but defection." Not so, says the Pine Treo Stale "not death, but union nnd n vanquished Democracy." This is not a day of mourn ing, neither need anyone be ashamed of any ballot ever stamped under tho Log Cabin. cian 1 thinks so THE MAINE ELECTION The election In Maine is usually f supposed to Indicate the trend sentiment In presidential years. And that being tho caso the outlook Is discouraging for tho Democrats, save for tho split la tho Republican party. Plalsted, the Democratic Incumbent, was elected Governor two years ago by 7,000 majority. Ho was defeated, Monday, by nearly 7,000. The Republican party being united In Maine. The Republicans Congressional districts and get control of tho Legislature which Insures the election of a Republican wards are prostrated with grief. Rev. W. R. Brock of Lexington conducted tho funeral. WHITLEY CITY WINS Tho voters of tho now County of llcCreary In last Saturday's election held to determine tho County Seat gave Whitley City a majority of 136 also regained two votes over Pine Knot, the other contesting city. STATE FAIR IN PROGRESS THE PROCESSION GR BIG A TOP N I N G FALL TERM'aT BEREA coming In wagons and on tho cars by day aud night for the last two or threo days, has thoroly awakened Derea from tho Blumbers of tho vacation. It was Interesting to see and hear tho greetings of old friends, nnd uoto tho Interest of former students In the new ones. In his opening address Pres. Frost congratulated both tho old students and Uioso coming for tho first time. An Interesting feature was tho introduction of each department to tho others, thus showing that tho filled great Chapel was a union of five schools. "Bcrea stands for ftvo things, said tho President, "B, for beauty; E, for education; R, for religion; E, for earnestness and A, tor and so forth." Each of Uieso was elaborated upon. Ot tho Increased attendance tho Academy seems to bo tho largest galu. or. Rooms aro being held for many students who could not bo here tho first day, and new ones will bo arriving for somo tlmo. LECTURES BEFORE Y, M, C, A, Continued on gc I'ivc CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE PAGE FIRST Fdltorlala Kentucky News World News United States News. Great Opening. Christian Citizenship. l'AGB TWO. Dlnsmoro's Tho Training of Chlldrcu. VerJ low N. Y. Prfsa Interprets Emery R. Johnson, nn to tho amount tho of traffic that will pass thru canal, which has fotmed tho basis o' (Congressional action. ARTIFICAL LIFE DISCOVERED Tho now president of Kdlnboro University, Prof. E. A. Schaefer, dethat clares that ho has discovered life can bo produced artlflcally. In a recent address beforo tho Ilrltlsh Association for tho Advancement of Science, at Dundee, Prof. Schaefer said, "'though llfo may bo made, human life ennnot ho prolonged Indefinitely for to all human llfo mont Election. Heart to Heart Talks. PAOE THREE Our TeachorB Department, Hurled Talent Held to lllame. Jlomo Courso In Domestic Science. PAGE FOUrt Locals. Homo Town Helps. Kitchen Cabinet. 1'AGE FIVE Tho fall term opened, Wednesday morning, with the great procession from Ladles' Hall. This time It was not Interfered with by tho rain. It the was an Inspiring spectacle, column, two abreast, reaching from the entrance to tho campus In front of the Library to tho Chapel door. Last year's enrollment on tho first day was a record breaker but the Treasurer's receipts show that 12S moiv students had entered, Wednesday evening, than on tho corresiiondlug day last year. The "Jam Social" Tuesday night was was unusually brilliant. Thcro good music, handshaking and good peoples' cheer. Tho threo young Christian organizations wero represented by speakers who told of tho work of their societies among tho students and urged tho new comers to ally themselves with ono or anIn other. Dr. Roberts also spoko behalf of tho Union church. Tho arrival ot groups of students, THIS WEEK'S ISSUE Kentucky's' Tenth Annual Stato Senator. Fair opened, Monday. The weather thus far ha3 been pleasing and every MEXICAN OUTRAGES Mexican rebels for the sixth time Indication 13 that It is not only tho within tho last few weeks entorcd biggest but tho most entertaining American territory in Now Mexico, and most Instructive exhibition of Its kind ever held on Kentucky soil. Sept. Cth. This latest Inroad upon American BUYING UP COAL LANDS soil followed tho renewed activities Pennsylvania capitalists are trying o' Orozco a3 roportcd in Tho Citi- very hard to gain ownership of tho zen last week. Eastern Kentucky coal and timber The Washington Government !s lands. Incensed at thc30 repeated outrages Already flvo companies have been and the border patrol has been In- formed with a total capitalization of creased, while tho war spirit of the $2,000,000 which own moro than country In general has flared up and acres. These companies, do not there aro rumors of Impending In- contemplate development, but wero tervention. formed solely fo; tho purposo of It Is claimed, however, fiat Pres. holding tho titles ot these valuable Taft will not send trcops Into Mexi- coal and timber lands In anticipation co without tho authority of Congress of a big rlso In price. and, consequently It is thought that BRADLEY TO OPEN CAMPAIGN an extra session la probable. U. S. Senator Wni. O. Bradley who The situation Is admittedly grav-Jhas come to Kentucky to stump tho The State Department has rushed Stato will for Taft and Sherman rifles and ammunition to Americans Open his campaign In Fayette CounIn tbo troubled district. ty with a speech at tho Lexington 20,-0- 00 . Continued on rage Two Continued on rge Two NOW IS THE TIME to see us about your Roof. Winter will soon. Orders arc coming in fast. The steel is advancing rapidly. The Best Right Now. Drop us a card in order to on our list. be here price ol Time is get you Temperance Notes. Sunday School Lesson. Church Heutilon. PAGE SIX Serial story. PAGE SEVEN In this week's Issue of Tho Citizen a BiM'dal effort has been mado to furnish something pleasing for every leader. THOUSANDS PERISH IN TYOn pago 3 will bo found matter on PHOON A. education. An article by Harry Monday, that It was reported, several towns and villages wero total- Sommera whlc.i shows who is responly wiped oft the. map In China a3 a sible tor tho Illiterate.. Prof Lewis result of a typhoon combined with very Interestingly tells just how tha teacher should mnke tho school more heavy rains. connected with the home. glvo tho death closely Chinese estimates Tho housewife will bo pleaseed to roll between 30,000 and 40.000. VALENTINE RE3IGNS Roht. a. Valentino, Commissioner Affairs, sent his resignaof Indian tion to tho Interior Dept., Monday. Mr. Valentino wishes to Join tho Progressive Party. Course find In tho Homo Science pimple methods in preparing food, Tho farmers will bo more especially Interested In good roads, dairying nnd Intensive fanning, all of which can be found on pago BQven. nature has set a limit." Tho "secret of llfo" Is Bald to havo been actually solved by Prof. Schaefer In his laboratory. Intensive Farming how to Uso tho Road Drag. Dairy Nctcs. PAOE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky News. Editorial. Tho closing bcsbIou of tho Opening Conferenco of Uio Borea Y. M. C. A. wns held in tho Parish House at f o'clock, Sunday night. Prof. Lowls gave an address on "Tho Hoy," which was especially interesting because ot the' leccnt Introduction in Derea of tho Hoy Scout Movement. Prof. Rumold's subject was "Insuring Success." It Is seldom that tho Association to members havo the opportunity hear such excellent advlco and it is expected that tho addresses will be given later to all ot tho young men. Why Walt for an OcoaalonT There la nothing too good for use. Berea School of Roofing HENRY LENGFELLNER, Mgr. We have the goods the quality of workmanship and the right price. $5.00 per square for a roof worth $6.00 to $7.00 is cheaper than $4.00 for a roof worth only $3.99. Just like your Galvanized fence so your Galvanized Roofing will rust if you get the cheap kind. lay Page Two. THE CITIZEN rwslvo convention at Syracuse, K. la-- 1 September ia, ton- not, elthar. The Citizen A HQW UtW VQRK PRESS INTER election merecrctaVy o( comnicrco and PRETS VERMONT ELEGTION family nswspapar (or all that trua and Intaraitlnf. mbllnhed r It rlf ht, at nrea, Kjr trtry Thura-lajBEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Illco,on,,') J. p. Faulknar, Editor and Manager. Subscription Ratos TAYAnUJ JN ADVANCH One Yar . . . Jl.oo 6a M 5.U Monlhf Three Monthi Mn')r or Hprr fitnd menfrby rwt-efS- t Orrfrr. lr(t. Rcgirtercd Utlr. or one and two cent (tamp ilo The iltr Uer your name on Ubct ho U no It what .tt mir .HUriplon I. jM It renewal after chanrr.1 within three wetk netifyu are notified. Miming numbera will I gladly supplied if we Pine Premium siren for new ulcriptiont for Premium Ut and prompt renewal I.lbeTal term giren to any who obtainw new Any one sending ubription for us can receireThe Cltuen four tree yearly nubxriptionj ?erhrmelf for one ear rate on application. AdrertirinR Mr murk or KKNTUCKV TRKSS ASSOCIATION. PUBLIC DRINKING CUP It Is surprising with what ease everybody in public places discarded Thoao the common drinking cup. vho have had occasion to be cu tho train slnco the law went Into gotten clfect In Juno surely have some idea of the significance of th-- i law. And It will have effect beyond the mero Intent of tho statute. It cans attention to tho general subject tf i.eiitii niui Riieeesia me neeu ui lirecautlun in order to prevent the snread of disease. It gives fcuch aa object lesson In cleanliness that ono wonders how tho world ever for so long a tlmo continued in a practico bor In the Itoosovtlt cabinet, for A Plea for the Lop; Cabin imvprnor of New York. Wr. StrauBS 11., I tn Ifvllnn lint una flnallv tiro- tr IlrwifliMt r.innnt cot enough. 'Otca In Itcpubtlcan territory to do valldl upon to accept. himself any good. And It ho cannot GEN MACAKTHUR DEAD territory, Lieut. Ocn. Arthur MacArthur, U- - 3. get tlunn In Republican A., retired, died suddenly at Mil how can anybody expect him to In waukoe, Sept. Cth, of nn apoplec- - them In Democratic territory? tic stroke, whllo addressing his com- - Vermont his party is able to count tndes. When tho old soldiers reallz- - only a small fraction of tho wholo ed that ho was dead they wrapped Voto cast. him In an American flag and kneel- v0iodv ran doubt that every Rooao- the clt voto Jn Vermont was put In tho Ing about his body repeated lord's prayer. ballot box. The Roosevelt followers, RKCORD UREAKINO CHOPS f nthU8ttstlc to n degree, do not fall rr,n nntiirtrrtnnf nf AcririllturQfl - j nujr .IfBt aW UU lilt tUilb iII, 1. tm .1.. nii x a law ID IU Sept. crop forecast predicts that tho tlcm to j0 There are no moro Ilooso- I H,hliA tvnlAtArM yiemI ri.....r ctirut ballots in vcrwoni. uuu uu iviir.iL. on. is. iiarifv iu Uut with his collapto in Vermou:, possibly surpass that of any previous .Mr. Roosevelt shows moro than his year. own falluro to poll enough Republl- Tobacco and hay crops aro also 'can votes to do him any good; ho . Increased, . ... said to show a greatly ., LU.ll. uia IHilU ivim wuii-tuviiyield. makes votea for tho Democratic par- . TO REGULATE NEWSPAPERS ti- iy . ffL.. uviuuviuuu luumurtiu iui i iiu TXak.h.ki.Im Mit..lt.lnl. ' m n inuwriaiiL (jovt,rnor Ud not loso votes compar v with 1D10. Ho gained votes; h. uongrefs nnu siBnyu u trained them not merely rOlallVCiy aa n bill prov aing tnai a.. n- eK,9,tlvc,y. Compared with 1903 topers shall twice a year report to. ho did tho tamo thing under tho IVstofflco Department Tho lesson fromermont is tha cath the names of the editor, pub- Colonol Usher, business managers and ownera. there Is no possibility of tho tho President; that dla- - t'nS elected Tho object of tho bill is to t0 ad,Iev0 la tno closo what Interests and influence tho control tho editorial policy of 1 gt ( n iun., . ..... ..IJ .... i of Wilson; that if Wilson Is to bo defeated tho only chanco to defeat him Is with tho Republican ticket. What tho Roosevelt followers now have to chooso between Is cither thd Uoose-vc- lt election of Tnft or Wilson. is out. It Is beyond tho powor of tho Roosevelt followers to do anything for tho Colonel. They can do something for Mr. Wilson by throwing away their votes on tho Colonel. It they wish to glvo the government to tho Democratic party, with all that Buch moans, tho way to holp Is to throw nway their votes on tho tho Colonel. If they wish to keep government out of tho hands of tho Democrats they must voto tho Republican ticket. Wo havo no doubt that, as it becomes more and moro evident that Is completely out of '.Mr. Roosevelt tho race, his followers, who for tho welfaro of tho country aro anxious to keep tho government out of will tho hands of tho Democrats, turn to tho Republican party as tha only poslblo means to do this at tho fm too much of a cow-ar- d 5:ffir? ' ... .1 Will . .,,, .... nnvdrn nr in VJV ( of tho very smallest consequenco tomitareu wit n tuo question 01 now many Roosevelt followers will now leave tho Colonel to keep tho goveru-n.cfrom capture by tho Dvmo-rrat- s. Herald from N. Y. Press. , V .a HHVIU intnt.itr.nn Vll, . 1VJIUMI4MI at. av 1 . .t1t.aA nt lx. papers, Tho law also provides that all matter run In nny Issuo and paid for shall bo followed by tho word, Like many another culprit of this sort, Lawrenco said when ho baitan stealing ho knew ho would b canght sooner or later. "I know exposure was Inevitable and then I would shamo my good wife Hut each time 1 triad Dy EDWIN A. NYE. and children. to do better ome pleasure offered Itself, and 1 kept on blindly postponing MARTIAL MORTALS. should bo rsrealed." ) tho day when all ! bravo. Tho human rsco Tho man poured out his confctalon The fact is proved by the other fsct In coploiw speech: that it continues to live. Occasionally ( "Several times 1 contemplated suior too a tired, sick hearted member cide, but my nerve failed me. I went raco throws up hl hands and surrentho paco. I was a fool, of course, Init not ders, but b Is tho exception. I am a very weak man. I could sal-..Humanity la brave. live as I wanted to on my small i i .i - - Dally do men and women fnco dsn ary. I wanted to - wws ' like tho rich folka tho intrepid crcc 0f gers that might daunt flo, an I stoie. cods. Think you becauso tney K UVakf smiling faces they faco no about with Tc a feeble, flabby, flimsy human. foes) tln.ro are others. A lot of poo- keep Here is a stroug soul fighting to plo look with envy upon tho high rollIn subjection his lower uaturc. He ers and rich tenders who make Ut-la- b fights a deadly duel every day. He Is display of their pleasure. a bravo man. as bravo as ever couched The glare and glitter attract thorn. a lance In rest against n foe. Tho wise man look upon the nhowy And hero li one who tights tho wild sham of the flrrat White Way and rebeasU in the arena of business compe- gard tho senauou dlaslpstora an pltla. tition and keeps tho whltcnctn of his hie persons who know nothing batter. mil . ...lit Rut all mn aro not wise. . WUC " J1U UeiU r.aF .1.. And this weak soul? t. 1,1. tt.taat. nwl nitlr4. it.. IUU1U 111 UV It is plain that Iiwrence had never j Humanity Is brute. fully Imbibed tho phlloaophy of his nm wuuinu Slaster, who taught that a man'a llfo t.tions. And this Zm conslateth not In tho abundance of the nr .tmln iinon her srmiiathr. An Hut things that ho possesseth. angel might well shudder to undertake followers of tho Naiareno have gntnut of suffering that the whole Imbibed that philosophy? comes with everyday wifehood and Many a Mronger man than Law- L no shrink-inAnd there motherhood. rence has gono down under a like no shirking of the dutyl temptation. Humanity la brave. Tim "awlnc around In a circle of dies and .. m Heart to Heart Talks. i.i I ... ! ! how-man- IN OUR OWN STATE (Continued from first pane) Qpora . er llonKt Saturday night, Sept cannon nas own nsseu se ,., u'ininimn.i lunern rind .. . " gives no sign. Womanhood llvei anu viraui .mlliM tn tlm fmlll nf fatf.. Humanity is tirnve. In this arduous llfo of ours the real men and women of the raco sleep each night an the soldier slccps-- ou the bat- -Uetleld. And reveille wakes eacn mnrto One of the hnest and best blue- tial mortal to dally b.tttle-(.o-me tight the good fight with willing nanus Grasi Farms in Madison and some with brains and some with PUBLIC SALE OF LAND fo filthy and dangerous. Just think of pressing to your Hps the cu; that has been in touch with tho mouths of the promiscuous crowd of which one is a part on a train tho tobacco users, and thoso that never wash their teeth, to say nothing ot those that have lung and throat troubles and aro constantly spitting. WATCH FOR to join tho Senator, but his decision has not been announced. Dradley is said to have a sixty-horifower pull, but wo fear it will pull the wrong way. DIKSMORE'S THE TRAINING hearts. Humanity is brave. County For Sale. OF CHILDREN Tho design of this book is to present for vounc inoxnorienced teach- a ovj ica d THEUGLINESS what n Speaking about trains good place to olzo up people. Just watch nearly everybody run over everybody clso and thoao coming out of tho coaches, as well ps the conductor and porter, in order to make sure of a good seat. Was there ever a better example of tho vtter selfishness of most people? And again but few people want to sharo a scat with a Etranger and two people oftsn try to hold two seats, using one for their feet On trains not only tho selfishness in human nature is displayed but all tho ugliness. wo saw a nicescamp refuse to share r. seat with two little glrla whose mother, carrying a baby, crouched down by another woman. Tho llttlo Slrls, not very clean to bo sure, wero for nllowed to stand In the aisle some time, the ecamp, meanwhile, by trying to salvo his conscience .giving them candy. Ono only needs to watch people to determlno not to bo like them. Just the other day ly dressed HEALTHFULNESS OF LAUGHTER MetTiopathy is the science of tho lipailni? lauch. Merriopathy is better ennathv or alloDathy for cur lug all the gloom aiseases anu groucu complaints that mako llfo miserable need drugs, somo Some Illnesses need tho surgeon's knife, some can be cured with a good laugh, tomo can bo smiled away, but neither you nor I ever know of a sickness that, was cured by a frown. Tho wlso physician well under-rtantho therapeutic value of fun and a cheerful spirit, Medlclno may be n neocssary and powerful agent in tho treatment of illness, but It may fail whero fear and melancholy Join hands with tho disease. Laughter is ono of tho best medlclnea In tho world, nnd lougthons llfo as wen as brightens It. "A merry heart said doeth good liko a medicine," tho wlso man, consequently wo may employ it in many chronic cases without fear. Set tho gloomy, dlscour-ngods d, Ml.llv ountrv teachers. ,,, ,rnini.. , vi i,u4v-.which shall give them n of children, child better understanding of tho mind, and consequently enable them to mako their work In tho classroom moro Intelligent, more sympathetic, end moro effective. Tho instruction furnished is sound, being based on n and fundamental principles. As much of elementary psychology Is given as la necessary, and many commcndablo features aro Included which aro not found In moro technical works. Like the author's previous volume. Teaching a District School." which met with such a hearty reception , n Iks limrta nf tpflrhcrS thrOUghOUt tho country, this book is written in a manner so simple and bo easily un- could fall derstood that no m nrnfit from its reading and study. Tho practical is happily combined with the theoretical in a way that Is at onco interesting, helpful, and Inspiring. It should be kept constantly at hand and used as a guide in tho many perplexing difficulties that aro confronting teachers. The bcok ia not an exhaustive treatise on tho naturo or the trainwhich can bo ing of tho child-minput to no further use. Oa the con trary, it is confined to facts ana principles which will In of great benefit to teachers and parents. Ttio w?y la to nnnii- - this nmetieal knowledge . V" "I'l'.rf ronstnntlv indicated in r.umerou3 suggestions Tho Training of Children Is divid ed Into two parts. Part Ono Is to child llfo prior to school aco. It shows th? order and tho way the mental powers aro developed, tho activities of early childhood, nnd tho material needed for instruction that and growth. It presupposes teachers know something of child well-knowd, tlo-vt- alxittt you. See the battlefield prrmiiei ea I will irll .1 public anctioa oa l Some are tlghtiig with broken swords. Vt-s-; humanity Is brave. P OC MO Hut it need dally to repeat the pray- - I hiifsHnV. OCDt. ZD, L er of Robert Iuls StcvetiKon: The day returns nnd brings us the f m, mJ ,r el 42 round of Irritating concerns and dti MORE OR LESS, ties. Help us to play the man; help us 5g2 to perform them with laughter nnd cheerfulness nlwtind a 1((irl 0( uu. j, p. Harris farm. ThU kind faces. with Industry. Clve us to go blithely ,inJ 0 n tract of 429 acnw on our business all this day, bring us (n RnM wi,Cb will bu sold to our resting place miry and content ,ul, al)J thon t Iok ' It . A BOTTLE EQUATION. Is an equation from a bottle: John G. Schroeder of St. Paul was arreated In Chicago for pausing aworthless thirty dollar check on a sakeeper. AcconUng to Schroeder, tho last eight years or nis mo roaj m nut Into the following equation. He lost In tho eight yaara: Half a million dollar in caab. His position In a big business. ,eer "'"""y. n,lJ ,hlrJ1' n.-. way that will bring tlio A most nere ,auuui , T,UCT 0F hcru D. sltu-loo- od from my mother, Mrs. John JOHN TYLER. 1 VaM The tenth president f the United States was Imrn at 1700. He was elected vice president In ISiO as a Whig and succeeded to tba During 4. 1SI1. presidency . at the daath . .of .William Henry Harrison. April ........ ....... 1... i.i. ........ .. . m nlJ administration l'resiaeiii ijier wn rrpuuiiimi u) iu- iuij imn varlous dignKrMraents. Tha annexation of Texas took place while he was . . 10m .v.TaMan Trior WTin!1..l t Ilo I 'nil f.'ll prn 1' rtlllae. II wag membor of the Oonfaderate house of representatives when he died at Richmond. Jan. IS, 180Z 1 1 SflcStirderrrltledl neurasthenic Invalid to laughing. Study constantly how to provoko smiles. Cnuso a few thrills of humor to run, however weakly, through tho veins and to tickle the rlslbles. Tho nnd hostllo forces of tho disease bo worry and discouragement can driven back by tho benevolent microbes of mirth. Tho Christian Herald. UNITED STATES NEWS Conlluurd fr.m l int rUgc rrioanESSivES KOH GOV. name btiuues OP NEW YORK Amid tho wildest scenes tho Prog- - equal. How could Rchroeder lone a half million dollars, his business, his reputation and friends and health on an expenditure of only $4,330? He tclla how. Ho says. MYou can't whip whisky and carry It around Inaldo of you." In other words. If you would correctly figure the problem you should not estimate the money that was paid By Dr. A. S. ORNE, Sociologist and Humanitarian out. but the whisky that was paid In. Tor eight years Schroeder put nn stealing AMPLE FACILITIES FOR THE enemy In his mouth that was VERY CITY SHOULD HAVE his brains, and with the xtolen brain CARE OF THE HUNDREDS OF GIRLS AND DOYS WHO wrnt money, business, frluuds, health FOR THE COMHAVE BEEN DECLARED DELINQUENTS and reputation. "Eight years ago I was in chargo of OF MISDEEDS. WHICH ARE OFTEN DUE TO THE MISSION a milling business that did a million a OF THEIR PARENTS AND TO THEIR ENVIRONMENT. NEGLIGENCE year. I lost control of myself and of Wo need houses of detention, public buildings whero tho moral the business. I did not camblo nor Joy adride with girls. I Just drank whisky." and educational wants of these poor unfortunates can bo proporly Unnhaven. disheveled, with sad faco ministered unto. and forlornly repentant volco, ho utter whero ho iu tho At proacnt in largo cities wo havo no accommodations for theso sl theaa worda Journey cell thu Great on hU placo rirls who nro guilty of nothing tannlnated unfortunates, and nro forced to White Way. institution with tho girl- -nd It did not pay, Of course not. in tho Han tr Hut. like manv anotlier traveler to wno una niuun uuuruijr o tho most usablo form. This part pre- - oiiuuiiiuuiu.i the liar of Judgment. Hchroedar must sents much classified knowledge ad lujuabii hum " climilil rinvnr Rfiaso ! our cliorU to ECO tliat Una I iimhIs tak the entire trio to find out in .. . Tho figure aro plain, Ten drinks of apted to everyday use. 13 riKlltcd. canso a .'whisky a day-- or leas-w- ill Part Two is concerned with school Wrong roan nnany to lose evrryuiing no noma llfo. it shows how necessary It h .,. -i- iialfv. 7. May 1. 1912. Ono hundred nnd Imagination, 'iiio that children should enter school caption, Memory, Thinking Power, Tho Foellngs, 'ino twenty full grown flics, sixty of whlc j jo try to whip whlaky by drinking how doslr-ablwith a liking for It, and it is like trying (o whip tho devil by aro females. Tho Will , that their education should bo Will Minor Activities, mv second . Mrnug as ilia ni-inb Mm n mi? as complete as. poislble. Tho powers Major Activities. tho batch 120 oggs this tlmo in of tho child mind, thoir nature, tho TIE NAELSTR.OH. r privy. nnd JOURNAL OF FEMALE HOUSE FLY lllth of an uncared-fomnnner of thoir development, William iJiwrruce, n Now York book, 1912. Ono hundred and 9. May 13, materials for thoir growth, and second keeper, wantsd to live liko tho rich 1. Thursday, Nov. a. 1911. Went in- twenty flics camo from my for their study nro discussed speudnra do. ISaroly lived thri batch of eggs. Laid my third batch Lacking the funds, be stole (8,000 by In an Illuminating and stimulating to winter quarters. In a kind neighbor's garbage can. tho long, hard winter. falsifying his books and spent tho mannor. 10. May 20, 1912. Tho city has ofmorwy In rlotmia living. 2. April 20, 1912, Camo out of winis Tho character of the articles Lnwrenco had a wife ami thrto rhll ter quarters and laid my first batch fered a prlzo to tho school child from tho titles of tho followevident had given theso ing chaptors: Part One. Prior Vo of eggs 120 in number In a manuro who will kill tho largest number ft dren, and, although bo flies. Tho boy at tho houso whero I hostaxoa to fortune and was a mem School Ago. Tho Teacher's Business, heap. church, be could not with3. April 21, 1912. Oly first 120 eggs live Is killing flies right nnd left. bcr of tha Tho Period of Acquaintance, Materstand tha alluramauts of Uroadway And to think wo havo nil been eathavo hatched. ials for Instruction, Parental Governend th plaasuraa of Joy riding. i. April 22, 1912. Larvao havo un- ing at tho camo tablo with him. ment, Punishment. Part Two. Fchoo Wkan arrested bo broka dowu and 11. May 21, 1912. Laid my fourth Llfo. When a Child Enters School, dergone first molt. coofoaaed and aald to the officer: batch of egga. Left alone and unC. April 23, 1912. Larvao havo "If you'll lend ma your revolver I Tho Divisions of School Life, Tho hindered, by Sept. 10, 1912, my second molt. will kill myself and mv you the trou. Physiological Pa3ls of Mental Activiwill bo too great to C. April 26, 1912. Larvao transform) bla of taklnr m to Jill. No; I would ty, Sensation, tho Sense Organs, Tho caro of tho Scnso Organs, Per into pupae. Every City Should Have Ample Facilities For Uplifting Juvenile Delinquents His reputation. Ills friends. His health. On the other side of this equation ho got during tho eight years: Ten drinks of whisky a day. What Is the answer? Ten drinks of whisky per day cost, say. $305 a year: In eight years. S2,Vja. Or suppose the drinks cost as much as 15 cents. That would aggregate $4,3S0. Now. It la eaully seen that tho Wm ot tho aquation aro atartllngly un Harris. n The first tract of 439 acres Is ate,i )t, tho L. and N. railroad with j. 4. Mntn adjoining, oinxmite tno i... u.. .. ...t u Harris reaiuenco, now in-C. Coy. It fronts for moro than n liillo on the west aide of tho Mena-lau- s This und Silver Creek pike. tract will bo divided Into Uo lota respectivwhich lies next ti the mllrond with a long front on tho Mrnalaus pike. Is all In grass and fwell watered, has on It a large and bnrn recently which will hold 30 or moro rlalred. acres of tobacco; nnd nlao threo ten- nut houses, 'nils Is ono of tho most t:eHlrnblo farms In Madison County, both by situation nnd fertility, and reIs In condition to mako largo turns on tho Investment. Tho other tract f 219 acres Is all In grass except three of four acres, has a long front on tho Mennlaua pike, is well watered and Is n vory desirable farm both for grazing and of 200 acroa nnd 229 acres ely, tho flrt. e wo :...,.: n,l n-- .Ir.. cultivation. Tho third tract of 112 acres, known as tho Iiko pasture, was inherited from my mother, Mrs. Jno. I). Har- ils. nnd is a flno nlcco of land. It Is situated on tho railroad and tho east pike. This slilo of tho Menalaus wholo farm Is fenced mainly with new wlro fencing, nnd Is in fioo condition of fertility. onc- TERMS: Tho terms will lw ihlrd cash, and tho balanco In ono and two years with Interest at C per cent from drnto. A general warranteo drd Mill bo given, and possesion will bo given January 1, 1913. Tho Kilo will talio nlnco at or near the largo barn on tho 200 tract Any ono wishing to see tho land or get any Information about It can pply to T. J. Curtis, Richmond, Ky., Phono No. CS2. MRS. C. M. CLAY. J'sso Cobb, Auctioneer. GO YEAIIS' EXPEIIIENCE at aaaaaaaaav ADC CoaMTMMMTB &C. aaanns Diaiciia qstrllr Mrntm ouroiiiM rva (VmiMBNlca. atar aa Invvutlotl l tiablr MMsatl. HtiilrtlrriMMtUi. fwf ttmmm on t'alMiU tnl llMt iiwiW !? I'll.ou law tlruaik Mm iiit. rr. tplat aNIn, wllkuat " a Ua il.. Hill lour kanal. aaJra. loot, L HwUkTW rm.Ni &U0MlaWMte,.VTp OBua, BU September 12, 19 12. for laws without publlo sentiment wQl sot solve our problem. We need publlo sentiment which will Impress) THE CITIZEN. Page Three. BURIED TALENT OUR TEACHERS' DEPARTMENT Edited by Prof. Charles D. Lewis the fact that s greater obligation rests upon the parents to educate their children than ucon the state, and that they ought to be witling to pay mora for It than tho state. Educated People Responsible That the best way to create a local Interest In the local school Is a local tax and as proof of this, It should bo for the Illiterate, shown that all tho best schools have a local tax and all the worst schools are without It. That tho district trustee should be OPPORTUNITIES NOT REALIZED as much Interested In tho teacher and his teaching as tho teacher Is In his school. That the school house In an Awakening Address Delivered should be an good and as attractive by Harry A. 8ommeri, of the as any home In tho district. Newa Before the KenThat when we know under tho new n tucky Educational Association, the school oensus where the Illiterate live, It will becomo the duty of People of the Commonwealth Were tho people of that district to aeo that Forcibly Reminded of Duty Long theso children aro sent to school and Neglected. provide clothing and shoes If the At a recent meeting of tlio Ken- parents are too poor to provide them. bo more That the teacher tucky Educational association at commended for what should able to acho Is Loulsvllln, Harry A. Sommers of the complish and less criticized for what ITUzabsthtown Nows charged that tho ho la unable to do. dueated pcoplo of tho commonwealth That moonlight schools for the are chiefly rciponalble for tho unedu- adults will pay better than moonshlno cated and that Kentucky has been stills. aalecp for fifty years on tho publlo Thnt the office of county school superintendent Is tho most Important school situation. Mr. Sommers a poke In part as fol- in the country. lows on the ttubject of "Tho Prcsi and That It Is moro Important to cdu onto all the people some, than a fow tho Public School": I chnrgo that tho educated of the of tho people a great deal. commonwealth nro chiefly responsible Thnt wo do not need to toach dead for the uneducated, that the learned languages In a llvo country except aro responsible for tho Illiterate. Wo within the walls of a university. havo been Riven talent which wo havo That those things which will be of most valuo to a boy and girl after they leavo school should bo the things which should be taught first and beat That the children's minds should not bo puzzled over flreek roots when they do not know tho dlfferonco between calamus root and poke root That tho conjugation of tho verb "arao" need not be taught In the school bucauco tho lxys and girls learn It soon enough outside the HELD TO BLAME Home Course In Domestic and ballast and assists the action of the Intestines. Third. Some vegetables, stich aa nnd corn, nre rich In starch aid when paten with the protein foods, such ns incut, fish nud eggs, servo to balance the diet. Preparing Vegetables For the TabU. All green vegetables should bo fresh and crisp when put on to cook. If for any reason n vegetable hns becomo soft or withered It should be soaked In very cold water until It again becomes plump nnd crisp. ,AII vegetables should be thoroughly cleaned beforo cooking. Cabbages, cauliflower nnd brussels sprouts should be soaked, bends turned down, In cold, salted water to which a few spoonfuls of vinegar may bo added. If thero nre worms or bugs In tho vegetablo they will crawl out In half an hour or n llttlo longer. To bo cooked properly vegetables require rapid cooking until tender. Salt Is usually n tided to the water before tho vegetable Is put In, except In tho case of potntoes, which arc better If salted Just beforo draining. It Is always better to cook vegetables uncovered, ns this allows the escape of gases formed In the cooking. If theso are retained they glvo tho vegetable a strong odor nnd flavor nnd nro sometimes found to bo injurious. We nil know that cooked cabbage seems to be more difficult to digest than whtfn eaten raw. This Is because the kettlo Is generally kept closely covered and the gases do not escape. Cabbago contains a relatively largo amount of sulphur, which makes It Indigestible and will cause flatulence when Improperly cooked. It Is one of the most useful vegetables, being avallabto almost any season of the year, when other green vegetables nre difficult to procure. It Is therefore worthy of care In Its preparation to suit It to the Individual tastes nnd appetites. The quickest and simplest methods of cooking It are tho best. It requires plenty of boiling wntcr, a hot Are to keep tho water bubbling all tbo tlmo and thorough ventilation, that tbo strong smelling gases may be carried off In tbo steam. Young cabbage will cook In twenty-fiv- e minutes. Late in the season It will require at least forty minutes. Overcooked cabbage Is dark colored, has n strong flavor and Is n cause of digestive disturbances. When the cabbage has been cooked until tender It may bo served with only butter and a seasoning of pepper, or cither of tbo following sauces: Sauca No. 1. One cupful of cream, ono teaspoon-fu- l teaspoonful of .of salt, pepper, one tnblespoonful of flour, one tablespoonful of butter, one egg yolk and four tnblcspoonfuls of cheese. Melt butter, blend with dry Ingredients; ndd cream. Cook until mixture thickens and pour gradually over egg yolks. Add grated cherse and allow to melt. Sauce No. 2. cupful of Servo with melted butter, one tablespoonful of lemon Juice or vinegar, threo teaspoon-ful- s of Worcestershire sauce and ono tablespoonful of chopped pimento or red pepper. Universally ns potatoes aro served, there Is no vegetablo which Is moro often sent to the table absolutely unlit to eat. When kept In n closely covered vessel or allowed to cook in unbroken skins tbey will becomo soggy and dark and have a rank flavor. If put on in cold water or allowed to cook slowly so ns to become water soaked the potatoes will be most unpalatable. Few vegetables nro more popular or moro delicious than a potato properly baked, while one that Is heavy, watery or baked until tho skin is thickened and toughened Is sufficient to cause dissension In the family circle. For baking select medium sized potatoes, scrub well and dry them. Dako In n shallow pan In a moderately hot oven until soft about forty.flvo minutes. When soft press between the fingers to break tbo skin and allow the steam to escape. Creamed Potatoes. Wash, peel and cut In dice of uniform slzo two cupfuls of Vaw potatoes. Cook In boiling water until tender, adding salt Just before draining. Drain, return uncovered to tiro to dry off; then add one cupful of white sauce. Cold boiled potatoes may ba used cut In dice and reheated In milk. White Sauce. Two tablespooufuls of butter, two f tablespoonfuls of Hour, teaspoonful of salt, of pepper, one cupful of milk, cupful of cheese, grated, and one tablespoonful of parsley. Melt butter, add flour and seasoning and when blended pour ou milk gradually, stirring constantly until boiling. Potato Salad. Threo cupfuls of cold boiled potatoes, four tablespoonfuls of oil, two tablespooufuls of chopped parsley, two tablespoonfuls of vluegar, ouo table spoonful of onlou, teaspoonful teaspoonful of pepof salt, per and two hard cooked eggs. Blend carefully aud allow to stand on Ice for hour. Combine with boiled dressing. Chop whites and grato yolks. Potato Apples. Two cupfuls of hot mashed potatoes, two tablespoonfuW of butter, f teacupful of grated cheese, spoonful of salt, a few grains of cayenne, a llttlo grated nutmeg, two tablespoonfuls of thick cream and yolks of two eggs. Mix Ingredients lu order given aud beat thoroughly. Shape as small apples. Itoll In flour, egg and crumbs. Fry in deep fat and drain on brown paper. Insert a clove at both stem and blossom end. There are numerous ways of preparing all vegetables; but, as previously stated, the simple methods aro tbo best. Tho main point to remember Is rapid cooking In constantly boiling water until tender. ouc-elgbt- h one-qunrtone-halul one-eightone-four- th one-ha- lf one-fourt- h one-half one-thir- d one-hal- King Corn and the School. In too many of our schools thcro hns been a great amount of harm dono in tho past by tho larger boys dropping out for a week or two at this tlmo cf tho year to "fodder," nnd It Is not likely that this condi tion will bo found wanting this Ben son. To tho teacher who is really Interested In tho work of tho school this has been a thing to dread, for ninny do not return after Hits wk of work, whllo theno who do Join U10 classes again aro so far behind that they and tho others In tho school suffer for tho remainder ef Science IV. Vegetables In the Diet. By EDITH G. CHARLTON. Id Chart's of Domestic Economy, Iowa State College. Ccpjrrifhl. n ohll-dre- school. - Thnt tho unknown quantities of algebra had better remain unknown than that a boy should remain Ignorant of the soli quantities ot his father's farm. That the time spent In making Indifferent performances on the piano could be better utilized In abolishing bad biscuits from the breakfast table. That th public school ought to get In tho newspaper and the newspaper in tho public school. Whllo you may not agree with me In all of these things, you will certainly agree with mo In most ot them. The question Is how are wo going to create this publlo sentiment Tho school teacher Is powerless to HARRY A. SOMMERS. do It even when he does his best burled Instead of usInR for our mors He Is handicapped by tho very nature unfortunate fellow man. Wo hnvo of tho case. Wo must look to tho cdu. marvelous opporunltles, but we havo cated people, of this state. Men and not realized or accepted the responwomen who will give their tlmo and sibilities which go with tho oppor- talent and means to crcato a bottor tunity. sentiment for tho rural schools, and Kentucky, the first stato In tho we must look to the press. South to establish frc schools, has Tho newspaper and the publlo been asleep for nearly fifty years on schools are tho two ereatost forces public school education and now at work In this country for both progwakes to find herself lagging In tho ress and enlightenment rear of moit of her sister states In Tho nowspnpers' Influence depends Wo wcro upon tho number of readers It has and this Important matter. asleep when we allowed our rural tho number of readers depends on how Wo wcro many people aro taught to rend. Thcro schools to retroRrado. asleep when wo did not keep tho must bo a combination between tho school apace with tho development press and thn professor, a united Inand growth of tho nutlon. Wo wero terest between the newspaper and the asleep when wo left tho wholo matter public school. If the press of this In tho hands of tho school teacher stato would give half the thought and and neglected our responsibility to half the space to education that It does htm and stand by him. Wo wero to politics the schools would be revoasleep when wo sont men to tho leg- lutionized In less than a decade. The islature unfit to Rrapplo with this press must first ho mado Interested In question and most generally Indifferthis great question, then It must be ent to It educated to the needs of tho schools, God wo are awako now and then shown how the needs may bo Thank Is too late. Awake nnd on supplied. before It Tho editor and the school guard, and. If we. ns sentinels for edu- teacher must bo brought within closer cation on the watch towers of progress touch with each other. This should go to sleep until tho school house is be done through this organization. tnado a thing of credit Instead of a Mind you, I am not talking about thing of reproach, until tho stain of Il- a movement through tho press for the literacy Is wiped out, wo deservo tho benefit of tho tenchers, but a movefate of any sentinel who rocs to sleep ment for tho benefit of the pcoplo. Tho at his post. A man who does wrong school must ho mndo the Important and doea not know ho has violated thing and not the school teacher. The the law Is not exempt from tho pen- children's Interest must be put In the alty, but tho man who knowingly vio- forefront aa the battle cry through lates the law Is more culpable. Whllo the press for their wclfaro, and tho wo wero Ignorant and Indifferent to wolfaro of tho stato. All great entertho lack of advancement In our nchoo's prises got beforo tho publlo with tho wo wero nevertheless responsible, but news bureau nnd there Is no enter-prls- o now that wo nro fully awaro of our as groat as the education of the unfortunato condition we aro doubly masses. Most enterprises pay for pub responsible If wo do not respond to It. Hcity, but this Is one of which the Tho precious Jewels of tho common' newspapers will require no pay. It wealth aro its children. Tho futuro takes real newspaper talent to conof tho stato depends upon thorn and duct any kind of publicity bureau. It they depend on us. Aro we going; requires the talent of first Interacting to polish them with nn education to the reader with what It. tells, noxt fit them for life's duties and obligaIt must do more than Interest It, tions and citizenship, or are wo going It should get the reader In sympathy to allow them to grow up In Ignorance with tho story, then It must so take to becomo paupers and criminals? It hold of him that he wants a part In It Is a burning question which appeals There should bo selected a most capto manhood, which appeals to Intelli- able man or woman with proper newsgence, which appeals to our honrts. paper Instinct to send a column once Have we heard tho cry which comes a week to every newspaper In Kenfrom tho mountains and from tho tucky of such llvo publlo school matisolated sections all over Kentucky? ter that tho editor will bo glad to give I, for ono, havo heard It. It has been It space The Information should be ringing In my cars for ten years or gathered from the various schools all more and neither my pen nor voice over tho state by tho teachers and hall becomo silent In answering It sent to the head of their bureau. It until overy educated man and woman should bo fucts nnd not arguments. In the ntato realizes our needs and The facts can bo so written that thoy recognizes tho responalbllltloYv. Aa will enrry their own argument and the aged Hamalcar In his camp fires also carry convictions. Such an eduswore tho Infant Hannibal to eternal cational press bureau established In hatred for Jtome, so I would owenr this city or Frankfort could and would you now by tho Intelligence which arouso more Interest and create moro beams In your eyes, by the enthusi- publlo sentiment for tho rural schools asm which runs In your veins and by than nny other one thing could do, the lovo which la in your hearts, to becauso every week It would havo a wear an eternal hatred for Ignorance thousand times as largo an audience and Illiteracy until we have wiped It as this building will hold. With the from our borders. press willing to help, I do hope that What we neod In Kentucky la pub- such an opportunity will not be alllo sentiment for the publlo schools, lowed to wcipe. Eflf LaaBaawl ns-sl- tho term. I want to talk with you this weak In regard to making Corn not a dread but a delight to tho school, and a way thnt will enable you to form n and rloso link between tho school tho homo. Corn Is not only tho greatest crop of our country, it la tho most beauti ful, nnd In many ways tho most interesting, nnd our boys nnd girls should think ot It or being ono of tho test friends thnt they have. I want to suRgest, yea moro than suggest, to urgo that every teacher who reads this paper will sH nsldo a day iu Corn Day" In his cchool. If thcro Is a Corn Club In tho county thcro may bo an arrangement for such a day mado. If thcro Is not, or ha3 r.ot been such a day plnnncd, I ntn going to suRgc3t tho second Friday In October, tho 11th of tho month, as Corn Day. I am also going to ask every teacher who will plan such nn exercise, a I shall outllno a little further on, to drop mo a card and let mc know how many aro falling !n with tho plan. In order to mako tho day a success you will need to get at tho preparaof tion at onco. Begin tho study com ns noon as you havo read thl3, If you havo not dono so before. A number of grades can cngago In tho study. In fact all of them should. Allow mo to suggest a plan for each grndo so that you will not havo to take tho tlmo to work out the plnn and do tho work as well. First firndo. With needlo and thread mako strlng3 of various colored corn grains to bo used In decorating tho room for tho Corn Day. They will enjoy this, and It will glvo them vnluablo busy work. Tho grains nro soft at tills tlmo cf year and will rtring easily. Second Grade. On squares of pastefrom tho storo have board procured thom to work out number exercises. For cxamplo they havo tho problem, ? If they 7 minus 3 equals can get threo colors of corn grains, havo tho seven of ono color gluminus ed or sewed on. Mako tho sign with a bit of tho hard part ot a corn stalk. Put tho threo on In a second color. Mnko tho equal sign m tho minus. Put tho result on with tho third Colo.- - of grains. A sheet of such problems aa this, Involving tho four operations will mako a neat, instructive display, showing not only tho number work that tho child Is doing, hut tho skill and neatness of which ho Is capable, as well. en-ti- ro ot Joints of tho stalk with tho blado removed. Havo all draw, and exhibit all, or a few ot tho best as C'CIJIH wlso. Fifth Sixth Grades. Theso pupils by a will enjoy and bo benefited study ot corn In tho field. Havo them, tako a census of tho district and learn tho number of acres ot com that li gat growing in it. Children should tho figures from th?!r own homes, and certain onc3 bo nsslgncd to get tho desired Information from farmers who havo no children of theso grades In tho school. Iicsldco, let each child mcatmro a hundred feet off on threo rows taken In different parts of tho parents' field, and count tho number of good ears found In each hundred feet. If thero aro ten children making theso counts, you will havo feet of row counted. Allowing 120 cars to tho bushel, and that will not bo too much considering tho slzo of tho ears that will bo counted, and that tho rows will nverago 3 2 feet apart, you can get a fair nverago for tho district. Have tho number of stalks In each section of row counted, and then find what tho yield would havo been had thero been ono car to each stalk ns thero should havo been. At tho market prlco what would such an havo meant In money to the lo )0 30, - Amerietn frits Atti4lion. b- THEIti: district? Seventh Eighth Grades. Theso nro your edvacccd pupils nnd must do tho hardest work fcr tho Corn Day. Let each select ten earn of choice seed corn from tho father's fields and havo them on exhibit. Ono ear of each may bo on tho stalk and add much to tho attractiveness of tho school room on Oct 11th. In addi tion theso pupils must write essays on corn growing, seed corn, tho usefulness of corn, etc. Material may bo obtained from U. S. Bulletins which every teacher chould have. I ndvlso that you write your Representative at Waphlngton for tho following: Farmer's Bullstlcs Nos. 81, 229, 383, 409, Hi, and 415. If you do not get them at onco frcm him, write Tho Secretary of Agriculture, Wash- aro tllrco main reasons viz, (1) to develop and muko foods more palatuble, (2) to make some foods more digestible and (3) to kill germs. As a rule, slmplo methods for preparing foods are preferable because they preserve tho original flavor. Vegetables, which will form the principal subject of this article, arc better when cooked simply without tho accompaniment of other Ingredients. In cooking nny food the first great essential to success Is to be accurate Accuracy In measuring In method. and combining Ingredients with a knowledge of the effect of heat on different food materials, combined with interest in the task, can almost always bo relied upon to Insure a successful Indeed, it can bo finished product. safely stated that thcro Is no such thing as luck In cooking. Success depends upon a knowledge of certain phenomena physical nnd chemical which always occur under certain conditions. It Is Iguorauco of or lack of attention to these underlying principles which results In so many unsatisfactory and Indigestible dishes being served on our tables. Composition of Vegetables. There nro a variety of food materials which cannot bo classed as nutritious, and yet they havo n distinct value In the diet. For Instance, fresh fruit nnd vegetables nre not especially nourishing as far as making blood and muscle and giving bent and energy are concerned, but both should bo given an Important place In tbo dally bill of 1 TAT 0.7 CKOBe riBuz PROTCID 3.S a L j ( tATER 7&3'i J ASH tf' 89.6 ? ington, for them. Also wrlto Tho Experiment Station, Lexington, Ky for anything that they may bo abla to send you In regard to corn. Now tho last aud greatest thing Is to have nearly all of your district, big and little, at your school house for Corn Day. Havo tho grounds clean, tho houso opotless, and Jour corn decorations and exhibits everywhere. If it is convenient havo some speakers from outside of tho school, and outsldo of tho district, if you can get them, but tho most Important things will bo what tho children do aud cay. Thoso who cannot wrlto or talk something' of their own may bo able to get matorlal of somo kind related to corn. Clippings from news or farm papers, reports ns to tho corn crop In other parts of tho country which may bo secured by letters from fAKOHYDKATSS. ccu.vi.ozs i.ir5 UtUf.MAT. .J fXTKACT 0.7 V tat PROTEJD r.i i r CAXBONYBjtATB ST V Ml K.MAT. O.OaS I 1 WATOt 1 eAKOOHYDKATS, JVM nsjzc Pn3T3CJJX3 JS7-- MM MAT .3 EXTRACT ss E3 O.CY li-Ta-f-- n WATXX. fl2i 'CARBOHYDRATE FAT Ml N.MAT, ACIDS CCL1.ULOSK. friends, and all kinds of com lnforma ft fu 2.7 Hon will bo good matorlal. PKQTKla lf.6, Your second grndo will bo combinThis may seem to bo qulto a task, ed with your first, If you aro carrybut It will not bo hard after you get FAT ez.6 ing out tho program, and this busy It started, and it will do moro to mako CAKBOHYOfiA rework may bo dono by them without your school a real success than anyacu.ut.oss 7aj bothering tho work ot tho first grado thing as'ldo from real teaching that I can tell you to do. children. Third Fourth Grade. Theso chilIn conclusion, temcmbcr, ''You can, COMPOSITION OF KI1UIT3 AND VEGETABLES. 1. Composition of potato. 2. Composition dren can profitably contrlbuto pic- If you WILL." of cabbage. 3. Composition of turnip. tures to tho Corn Day program. Let P. S. Tenchcro wishing copies of y Composition of carrot. 5. Composition of cucumber. & Composition ot apthem draw an car In tho husk, an tho Corn Stories that havo been ple. 7. Composition of walnut. ear husked, tho cros3 section of tho printed in tho Teacher's Department car as Been looking at tho cut may get eight copies by sending 10 faro. Thero nro also somo food matetho tassel, a blado nnd n coup- - cents to tho edltcr of tho Department. rials which, while very nutritious, require a considerable effort on the part of the digestive organs to mako them available for tho body. So It is clear that ono must know something about tho structure, composition and food valuo of any material beforo It can be Report of the Condition of THE BEREA BANK C& TRUST CO., handled lutelllgeutly. Now, what about sur-fac- o, BEREA BANK & TRUST CO. doing business at the town of Bcrea, county of Madison, the State vegetables aud their preparation for of Kentucky, at the close of business on the 4th day of Sept., 1912. the table? Practically all green vegetables contain a largo amount of waKESOUHCES. ter, with a smaller percentage ot starch, a very little protein, somo Loans and Discounts Duo from National Hanks 10,150.05 sugar, gum aud woody tlbcr. Checks, inul other cash items 1,055.50 Tho older tho vegctablo the harder vegtho woody fiber becomes Ovordrafts 1,250.00 etable which has been until tbo tho left in hxpeusefl, including interest nnd tuxes iinid 4,418.31 ground till late In tho season can be Hanking Houso nud Lot 13,320,40 torn apart like coarse threads. It is 3,829.12 this fiber which renders vegetables Furniture aud Fixtures bard to digest and which necessitates Totnl $134,525.84 cooking In order to soften It Most $91.-157.3- LIABILITIES Capital Stock puid iu Surplus Fund Uudivicleil I'rotitH vegetables contain somo mineral mat-to- r Iudividunl deposits Dills Payable Totnl $25,000.00 5,000.00 0,501.01 90,021.23 8,000.00 and certain volatile essential oils which glvo them their characteristic flavor. If the cooking Is not properly performed tho essential oils may chango lu their character and tho original flavor of tho vegetablo bo destroyed. Vegetables aro $131,525.S4 threo reasons; useful in tbo diet for STATE OK KKXTITCKV.l Comity ot Madison. I First. The mineral salts are needed 1, A. Isaacs, President of the above named Dank, do solemnly swear that to keep the blood pure and for bone the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, formation In the young. People who A. ISAACS, President. are denied fresh fruits and vegetables Subscribed and sworn to before mc this 10th day of Sept., 1912. for any length of time are likely to develop certain skin diseases. JOHN F. DEAN, Notary Public. My Commission expires at the end of the next session of the Senate , Second. Tho woody fiber, Just because of Its lndlgestlblllty, has a value Correct Attest: JOHN F. DEAN, Directors. in the diet. It furnishes waste matter J. W. STEPHENS, R. II. CIIHISMAN, Page Four. THE CITIZEN. Mr. Charles Long has been a few days with friends In September ta, 1913. l:now In this w,orld what we are going to bo and do In tho next, let him remember that It Is tho nature, We carry the following bfnd: There Is to bo nn Ice cream supper, of love to delight In tho giving and Hlack Draught. Kentucky Horseman's Condition Powders, Saturday night, at the M. K. church. do receiving of surprises. Parents Liniments, Healing Lotion, Colic Relief and Distemper Remedy. Mrs. Mollis Deathcragc and son of not tell their children In advanco PRATT'S Animal Regulator and Pouluy Regulator. NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM Winchester have moved Into th'J what they nre going to give them for BOURBON Stock Tonic, Hog Cholery Remedy, Poultry Cure, VARIETY OF SOURCES o Insecticide, and Err producer. house with Mr. Mullctt. Ily keeping their clill- Christmas. PEOPLE'S Stock Remedy and Poultry Remedy Mrs. Jeff Garrett of Cartcrsvlllo was u,cn In suspense, they ndd to the COX'S Barbed Wire Liniment, KENDALL'S Spavin Cure measure of their children s Joy. it I Wo havo Just opened n most a iicrea visiter, Wednesday. and others. knowledge inMr. Paul Fagnn was In Berea en Is with Ignoranco nnd 'complete stock of the newest nnd G. G. termingled that boys nnd girls awake latest styles of full goods. We nre tering n yunger brother In school on Ky. Christmas morning. They do not 10 thn first of tho week. still giving tickets with every dol knw what Santa Claus 1ms brought, hr purchase on the dinner set which CITT IMIONK 183 they are sure, however, that It Is DINKLEMAN BRATCHER U to bo given away, Sept 30th. Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co something fine. The knowledge and Mrs. S. It. Baker. Miss Ada M. Dlnklcmnu, former as the Ignorance are combined In such 'Mr. Earl Phillips Is visiting In H sistant In tho Registrar's offlco nnd proKrtlons as to create a lofty form lea this week. DAN H. BRECK Mr. Emll M. D. Brncker, former SupU of rapture. What delight fathers nnd Mr. Aden Ogg Is doing photography Accident, and Live Stoc Fire, Life, of tho College Garden, were married, mothers take In preparing surprises work at BrassflcJd and College Hill INSURANCE August 2sth, at Kennedy Heights. for their children. If wo are created i for a few days. In tho Imago of God, and It our natOhio. Will sign your bond. E. Mrs. divine nature, been like Ky spendingF. the Matheny who has home They will be at home nfter Oct. ure Is why unto the we hesitate to Richmond, Phone 505 summer nt her should 13th at 211 Northwestern Ave. West then In Ohio returned homo last week, believe that God Himself rejoices In lfaycttc, ind. IIK plennurr- - of the table may1 curnrlslne His children? if It would North Dound, Local i "There's n difference" then te b enjoyed every day. In every 10:C3 p. ro 7:00 a. m. make us better and happier In the AWAKE TO THE OPPORTUNITY rtlmute, at nil iwrre, and liy nil conditions Knosvllle sure and "Sao It" by going to men. of OBITUARY 3:62 a. m, Welch's 1:07 p. ra long run to know In this world what j UHREA 7M0 a.m. we are to do In the next. Ho would , People of Chicago Are Utilizing Their 6:30 P. m. Cincinnati Miss Bertha Robinson who SOME FOOD FOR THE SICK. has Back Yards and Changing the On August 31st, tho angel of undoubtedly tell us. Our Ignorance South Dound, Local been visiting relatives in Burning Aspect of the City. death visited the homo of Hem Is Intended to minister to our Joy. 8:1G p. m 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati Set a dish of milk away until It Is' Springs returned home, Monday Campbell and took from the family We do not know the precise things 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. ju I1ERF.A thick and smooth an Jelly, then put it The increased cost of llvjng Is be Miss McGulrc of Lexington was tho circle tho beloved daughter, Maude. we 7:00 p. m. o;G0 a. r.i nre going to receive, but we nro ginning to change tho landscape of on Ico for an hour and servo In glass Knoivlllo fcuest of tho Misses Griffith last There Is a vacant chair In Express Train. their certain they are going to be fine. It , Chicago as viewed from tho elevated dishes with cream, sugar and grated week. home which can never bo filled. we, being evil, know how to No. 32 will stop at Berea to take gtv3 lines, according to a city salesman, nutmeg. Two houses and lots for sal), Tho causo of her death was tuber- (.ood gifts to our children, and un-- e who puts In a great deal of his tlmo i Tomato Cream. Tako a quart of on passengers for Dayton, 0., Rlch has been acnided, add milk Loving hands administered mond, Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Colum Houses new, well finished. Prices culosis. crstnnd how to arrange the giving traveling around town these days, , cold eggs that beaten well four and cupful ot right. Apply to J. W. Hosklns, Berea. to every comfort and need. Maude, at of them In such n way as to pro- says the Chicago News. bus, O., and olnts beyond. passed through a sieve, with "I havo noticed this spring," he ex- tomato Mr. Smith and family of Paint Lick the time of death, was sixteen ycats duce the highest posslblo measure of South Bound. sugar added to taste. Cook In a hot have moved Into the houso recently of age. Sho was not a member of the Joy, how much more will our Huaven-I- ) plains, "that nearly every back yard oven In custard cups surrounded with 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati Is being put out In vegetables. Peoplo vacated by Mr. Estrldge. .Mr. 11:53 a, m. BEREA Est church but was always present. Sho Father take delight In surprising have to do It, I guess. Until this year water. Sago Jelly. Take halt a cup ot tho No. 33 will stop to take on pas- rldgo has moved Into the W. H Is survived by a father, mother, two those who love Him, when they the city man home from hla desk or sengers for Atlanta and points be Porter property which he recently brothers and ono sister. Including & awake on tho eternal Easter his machine or whatever he worked at Julco of raspberries or strawberrtra, s of a cup of sago that host of friends to mourn her loss. purchased. yond. had llttlo time for gardening, Tho Bound building usually kept ban been washed and a cup ot sugar; North Janitor of the flat Look for the new price list of "eyj a grass plot mowed, If there was a boll alt together until tho sago Is soft, 4:46 p. m. BBREA L peners" from Welch's. Janitor and a eras plot, and In the casa pour Into a mold and set on Ico to 1:37 p. m. Cincinnati Mrs. C. B. Holder who has been of homes the woman of the houso cool. Banana Crojm, Tako. tho skins visiting her niott'r, Mrs. J. M. Early, sometimes planted morning glories or Roy. Chas. Gibson of NIcholls, W. returned to her home In London, petunias along the fence and let It go from six bananas and cut them up Into Va was In town last week lookin Tuesday. at that, while In tho poorer districts a saucepan with half an ounco ot gelaout n possible location In Berea., the tin can and tho worn-ou- t mattress tine that has been dissolved In a cup Mrs. Peckham of Klrksvlllo is here of water: add the Julco and peel ot a h1i1 awnv. Mr. Urmston H. Lewis returned to attend school. an1 "RW to tal- - Coo Kenl "All la changed these days, which . week from a few days visit la last Mrs. A. E. VanWInkle and chil shows how nature sometimes does ly for ton minutes, then pour Into it Kansas. dren who have been visiting rela things backward, according to our way a cup of cream; bent all together and WANTED: Qujck delivery 50,000 tlves In West Virginia returned of reasoning. It would seem that the sot In a mold to cool. Green Pea Soup. Tako a third of a C1S18 feet white oak cross ties. For home, Friday. more money we had to spend the more neatly we would keep our surround- enp of freshly cooked green pens, ono prices, write II. C. Woolf, Berea, Ky. it looks like everybody trades at ings. But with money going out at quarter of a cup of cold water, a quar. The Misses Welch delightfully en- Welch's. the rate of $6 a barrel for potatoes and ter of a tablespoonful of butter nnd threoKjuarters of a tablespoon of flour, tertained a number of their friends .miss Mora Click who was a stu 2S cents a pound for butter, the houseof a cup of scalded milk, a dent hero a couple of vars aco Is keeper has begun to dig up his back at their home, Friday evening. yard and set out neat rows ot onions, llttlo salt and white epper. Add waMr. A. D. Bradshaw, who took Mr. lsltlng at the home of Mr. and Mrs, lettuce, beets and turnips and put In ter to tho peas and let them simmer tho Will Flanery this week. Urmston H. Lewis's place In his evenings weeding and horlng, ten minutes. Hub through a stevoand Welch drug store returned to his STRAi HOG: Large red sow has where formerly he read and smoked thicken with tho butter and flour cookhome last week. been In my possession about 2 2 nnd allowed grass and wevds to flour- ed together; add milk and seasonings. Miss Bertha King spent from Fri- months. Owner please call and set ish and cats to prowl. It Is surprising, Strain Into a hot cup. Servo with too, to see what an Improvement It squares of toast. day until Sunday at the home of tle all damages at once. B. A. Dur Creamed Fish. Prcparo a whlto makes and how pleasing to tho eye Mr. and Sirs. U. M. Burgess at Paint ham, Asbury. Ky. sauce of a tcaspoonful ot butter and theim back yards are." Miss Helen Dlzney who has been Lick. one of flour cooked together; add a quarter of a cup of milk. Season with Miss Blanche Wilson has returned spending the summer at Lake Chau VALUE OF TREES a few drops of cold flaked fish freed ECONOMIC home, after spending several weeks tauqua returned to Berea last Frl day. from bones and skin; add tho fish to In Estill County. Roada Always In Better Condition tho sauce. Servo In a large, stuffed The Misses Bessie and Frances The biggest $ In tho world Is the Hava Been Planted Where They potato, which has been cut open, tho Wyatt who have been spending tho one spent at Welch's. and Properly Cared For. contents mashed, seasoned and recummer at Battle Creek, Michigan, turned to tho shell; leave a depression Mrs. Wallace Adams returned nt spent part of last week with their Wo havo spoken often for good pub- to hold tho creamed fish. Garnish with tho first of tho week from Wildlo lic roads as the best Investment, ev- parsley nnd servo piping hot. where she has been spending some cousin, Miss Nora Wyatt. erything considered, that tho country Scrape tho meat from a sllco of Miss Elizabeth Marsh leaves this time with her parents. can make, but wo aro Indebted to tho round steak with n spoon, leaving all eek for Boston. She will be u Maryland State Grango for tho sound tho stringy portion; season with salt Mr. William Hayes of Conway student of Simmons College there suggestion that thero aro no reallr nm! was visiting with his son and daughkoou couniry ruuus wimuui suauo m nails beioro cooking, and lay three ter in town at the first of the and will finish the course this year, mem. i no practical, eco-- on a sllco of I irees aiong Several of the tcwnsp;ople at week. PUBLIC SALE OF LAND LIFE OF CHINESE STUDENTS' nomlc valuo of trees along the roadside with parsley. buttered toast; garnish tended the lUiigllng Eros, show at Rev. James Combs has been visitis beyond dispute. They actually pro- on Wednesday Richmond of last At 10 o'clock, Tuesday, Oct, 8, '12, Exercise la Not Given Attention It tect tho road and lessen the cost ot ing in town this week. cek. I will offer at public sale two tracts Should Receive In Far East Colleges upkeep. How much they add to the Mr. Thos. Corncllson of Danville, You can get anything you want at of land at Bobtown, Ky. Much Superstition. money valuo of abutting farms, It Ky was In town last week in tho The first tract contains 90 acres; Welch's Department Stores. would bo difficult to estimate; but If, stork; but a Treeloss road anywhere Buinterest of the Rcdpath Lyceum The life of tho Chineso college stu- of tw-- farms o'thcrwlse exactly equal outside thn CO under cultivation. The remainder desert Is a reproach to .Mr. j. u. iiowman ana nearly a reau. dent Is different In many ways from hundred students, coming from North In yung Umber. Good dwelling and that of students In our own universi- in value and offered at the saruo price, thoso who live upon It Saturday Eveby shade trees nnd thn ning Post i one Is fringed Miss OIllo 'Ma3 Parker of Alex- Carolina and Tennessee, arrived ou all necessary out buildings; well waties. The Chinese student Is not very other Is baro, there Is llttlo doubt tered and fenced, convenient to strong physically. andria, Ohio, a teacher of the 7th tho early train, Tuesday morning. He has stooped which nine buyers out of ten would grade last year, is unable to return Trees Bring Income to City. Mr. A. J. Sullivan of Williamsburg, schools and churches and on rural snouiuers and a pale complexion. Ills prefer. In no other way enn the Roadside fruit trees line ono of tho to Berea this fall oa account of ill Ky., accompanied Is not wholoomo, for be sleops In tractions of n bit of country road bo so route. by his son, who The second tract contains 30 acres, a small room which Is not ventilated. mucu enhanced. Who that drives In turnpikes In Fairfield county. Ohio, for health, but expects to return tho will be In school here this y?ar, all first of tho year. under cultivation. For further In- and ho does not cat very wholosome tho country doesn't feel grateful to tho a dlstanco of 15 miles. It Is plannod Is visiting the collcgo this week. use tho Income from tho salo of farmer whoso trees beautify tho to formation wrlto Joo n, Creckmor?, Miss Fannie Dowdcn of Paint Lick tho fruit for repair nnd maintenance Mrs. L. V. Bowers and children ot Kingston. Ad W. Creekmoro. Exercise Is not given the attention' BccnoT visited friends In Berea, Saturday It should have In tho Chineso college. Elk Park, N. C, retained last Tuesplanting shado trocs where none e of the road. and Sunday. Intercollegiate sports Include a iBt a not really expensive, nnd In tho day and moved Into their home on 8amo Thing In the End. STRAYED dash, tho high Jump, pole ionR run jt ,,nys quite as well, at least, Miss Lou Phillips Epent last Sun- Center street. A anya that run and a football vault. . nanttnr uhenf. Them nr. nf such physician "tnklng there la no day with horns folks at Wlldle. thing as on game. In the Imperial university at Pe- Quantity, Quality, Equality speak cold." Which Two small shoats have been course, certain practical problems. reminds one of the old saw Miss Eettlo Azblll cf Richmond 13 that ytm olumes and all at ono place, Welch's. my premises for several weeks, anil mn uib leacuera oro garnered irom all sucn avoiding too denso a shado don't tako a car. but n8 visiting relatives In Berea this week. that th ine uiineM "e- - Mpoa gr0njnnu: ntu Helectlpgjhe, rJnht t ,rt you Mrs. Fred A. Suepard of Kala during this tlmo I havo cared for pans or mo onu. Mr. Chas Flancry left, last week mazoo, Mich., with her daughter and them. The owner can have them lleve that topics that are foreign tn them should be taught by foreigners. for Knosvllle, Tenn., where ho will :on arrived In Her1!, Monday, lira. by paying charges. Tho students accept practically all of attend tho University of the South, Shepherd will bo In Borca for a J. W. Gilbert. Richmond 11. 1). making a specialty In Scientific AgriTho daughter nnd son will en.In a Th. tnoflf.lnn ti'hlnk I. . n . . n . ' FARM FOR SALE culture. ter the Academic department. Is largely Chinese and la made up of 0 acres of land on Richmond Leather shoes at Welch's, and many superstitions. The Chinese keep Mls3 Ruby Parker who Is to bo r you out of tho mlrc. that a man has nlno pulses and teacher In the Domestic Science de- Kingston plko, 2 mlleo from Berea, for sale. 8 room dwelling, good well, two hearts. They do not believe In ' Mr. JImmlo Coopir, traveling salespartment this year arrived in Be cutting up dead human bodies for the j man for tho Llttlcflcld nnd Steoro rea, Friday, from her home at Find-la- orchard and all necessary out houses. Wrlto, Ellhu BIckncll. Candy Company at Knoxvllle, Tenn , Ohio. do. They would not do this because Berea, Ky., It. F. D. No. 1. displayed his holiday lino last Monthey think tho disembodied spirit LOST: A ladles whlto hat trimday nt Boono Tavern. med In black velvet between Whites WHY WE ARE NOT TOLD ABOUT might return to punish them through torture. you want a new hnt soon Station und Berea, by side of railHEAVEN road, finder take to Ladles' Hal), everybody does i t's Willing to Please Again. Berea, Ky., and get reward. Mary Charles E. Jcfferbon, pastor of Llttlo James while at a neighbor's early to select it right now. Our stock Ellen Carfard. Broadway Tabeniaclo In New York was given a piece of bread and but-is considerably larger than usual. City, writes In the April Woman's ter. and politely said, "Thank you." A "That's right, James," said the lady, ' InHomo Companion a wonderfully style to please your fancy, of a shape to "I like to bear little boys say 'Thank teresting article, In which ho says suit your build, in a color to match your you." i . part: "Well," rejoined James, "If you desires, a price you "When ono Is tempted to com to pay, is want to hear me say It again you GUARANTEED HOSIERY plain becauso God does not let us might put some Jam on It." here selection. Popular For Men, Women and Children prices $1 to $4. :: :: :: :: All Weights and Colon o o o o goooooooooooooooooooooooooc LOCAL PAGE STOC K MEDICINES ooooooooooooo DR. BEST, DENTIST ofloooooooaoaooooS E. PORTER, Ph. Phone Borca, ( HUIIK? IUUM IZzsM CABINET ii i Itrlllat-flavnrl- three-quarter- FURNITURE largest lineof J'0"' Everything in furniture at Welch's , i Also the two-third- s RUGS, CARPETS, TRUNKS, SUITCASES shown in Berea I I A LOOK WILL CONVINCE YOU Welch's ' i o 100-yar- d 200-yar- d -- few-day- V. bo-lle- Fall Hats for Men gjURELY none too y, DarnlesS Box of F ur P&Iri THE RACKET STORE MRS. EARLY at awaiting your want nicctl J our Month Cur 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 DELIVERY s: 25 cenli a pair Mrs. S. R. Baker, Berea, - Kentucky U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. Coyle BuiMins, Main SC. t: :: :: HAYES BEREA C& Phone 57, '"&e Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY September 12, 1912. I TWT7 I riTI7T7M of tho fundamental pillars of tho and keeps .1 man from using It either for gain or for pleasure. It opposes tho liquor traffic as tho (teat foo of human kind and keeps n man from putting tho bottlo to his neighbor's lips by voting with a whiskey party. (Conducted by the National Woman's It regards tho family as tho basic ChrUtlan Temperance Union.) It unit of society and safeguards against polygamy, unscrlpturnl divorco LESS DRINKING BY SOLDIERS and tho social evil In every fcrm. tho H demands tho ittcntlon of British Generals Agree That the Best Hook of books la all Stato educationFighting Is Done by Soldltrs al Institutions, especially In our pubWho are Abstainers. lic schools, whero It now Is and l'.s restoration whero It has been The changes that a century hft' wrought In respect to tho use of strong It seeks to preserve nil our Chris liquor were Illustrated durlne the ro- tlnn customs, usages, laws and Instltu- - cent meeting hero of tho Itoyal Army' all lemperance association, which nowl tlons nnd earnestly withstands has 67,433 members, of whom 38,405 opposition to them. aro In the Indian army, says a London, It labors for tho thorough nnd correspondent of the New York Sun. Chrlstlnnlzntlon of tho nation, According to the figures presented! that It may bo tho moro effective thcro are now 28,380 total abstainers! rgency In God's hands for tho up- In the British army and 2,795 in tho! temperance soctlon. Karl Roberts said' building of His kingdom. It creates that lofty moral sentl- - 'a great change had como over the mor-- 1 of the army In India slnco mcnt which Is confessedly the most potent of nil factor? for tho purifica- days when It was the custom to pro-- , vide every soldier with "a tot of ar-- i tion of civil and political life. rack" every morning. It displays tho banner of truth-G- od's Earl Curzon recalled that In 1812,1 truth with respect to civil llfo when the peninsular war was In prog- -' and keeps everlastingly at It. know- ress, the duke of Wellington's force ing that "eternal vigilance Is tho was "a drinking If not a drunken army." The Idea then was that price of liberty.'' drinking man was the best fight-- . How Atta'ned Ing man and thcro was a direct ratio 1. Dy a careful and thorough Btudy between whisky consumed and cour-- i of tho Christian principles of civil age displayed. The duke himself while d or moro extolling the bravery of his men degovernment, of tho of tho Word of God that has to do plored their drunkenness and social with men In civil and political lifo. vices. Nowadays all recognize that the old 2. Dy teaching the Christian or Idea was a ludicrous fallacy. Every principles of civil government tho general who had commanded troops ln the orator upon the platform, tho last quarter century would preacher In tho puln'lt, tho professor say that the best of a marching army and In his chair, tho teacher In the pubthe beat fighting army was a sober, lic school and likcwiso the teacher army. in tho Sabbath school, tho editor at his desk, the statesman at his post CONSUMERS WALKED IN REAR all men everywhere as opportunity affords. Liquor Men's Parade Is Headed by 3. Best of all, porhaps, by throwing Wholesalers on Horses and DIs. tillers In Carriages. one's self actively into an nggresstvo campaign for civic righteousness, Tho Two old pals met on the street. Sabbath, divorco, social purity, Imyou In tho liquor men's pa-- i "I migration, temperance, polygamy, Bi- rade, saw Tuesday," said one of them. ble In tho schools, municipal nil?, "Oh, yes." and many other questions nro call"Now you tell me about It. Who ing loudly for answers. Whero thera were those fellows In front on, Is a willing mind and heart to work horses t" "Why they were the wholesalers"! there will not long bo asked tho ques"Well, who were those fellows ln tion, what or how can I do. Go to work at onco and you will soon learn carriages the fellows In plug hats,' smoking big black cigars?" how to do and find moro even than "They were the distillers and brew-- i you well can do. ers." "Who were those men walking the ones with white plug hats, white coats DEATH and canes?" Jilra. Willie Humphrey of Buckeye, 'They were the retailers." were Garrard County, Kentucky, daughter "Who those fellows that of Itev. rj. W. Parsons of Berea, died, brought up In the rear?" "Fellows with cauliflower noses and .Monday morning, at tho homo of her fringe on their pants the crowd I parents. The causo of her death was tuber- was with?" "Yes." culosis with which sho had been suf"Oh, they were the customers." fering for the past six months. Tho Denver Post. funeral services were held at tho Berea Baptist church, after which LIQUOR TRAFFIC IN KANSAS che was burled In the Berea cemetery. .Mrs. Humphrey Is tho mother Man Who Sells Intoxicants Is an Outof a lltle girl three years of ago. law and Lands In Jail or In the Mr. Humphrey was hero durlag State Penitentiary. tho last days of his wife's Illness In speaking of the liquor traffic In and returned home, Wednesday. The bereaved family have our Kansas, Hon. F. D. Coburn, secretary of the department of agriculture of deepest sympathy. lic com-plcto INTEDNATIONAL StiiMSOIOOL Lesson nr R. O. RRI.I.Ritfl, Director of Evi-ntn1110 MOOdjr IllblO IlliUtUte. Chios ko.) jfimriinrill, JUDGMENT T.E8BON aoi-DK- AND MERCY. tt. om THXT-MnTKXT-"C- Tnbor nnd nro heavy lmlrn, will glvo you rct."-M- lt. a. that unto ms all yn and I separating rightfully be romoved for that portion Is but a continuation nnd a contrast with what bai gono before As we bco from I.uko's account, Jesus hna sent out tbo seventy ho return boasting of what had been accomplished la Jesus' name, only to rccelvo his reproof that they are not so much to rejolco In that as that their names wero written W. "in heaven." Jesus had mado his appeal to Judca Christian citizenship. Berea, Ky. only to be rejected; he has dona a Whnt, do you ask, nro thcso prin mnrreloui work In Galilee only to bo ciples? Tho fundamentals aro threo lr. rejected there also, and thus It leads editor of Tho Citizen tho prlvllego number. 1. That tho stato or nation, CHURCH REUNION to his appeal to tho Individual. Jesus of looking over tho records. consisting as. It decs of Individual knew that every problem of tho church, financial or otherwise, every Two Days Meeting of Vlney Fork Tho original building was a stono moral things, Is Itself a moral being, Baptist Church at Sptedwell problem of the body politic, Is In Its structure, having a balcony In ono capablo of right and wrong, nnd there, final analysis ono of the condition of but fnro a subject of mprnl law and re members. n.i ...v Tho editor of Tho Citizen, accom VII in tiw. colored the Individual heart. from sponsible to God for Its conduct. 2. ilipun sonarated thwnselves panied by Mrs. Faulkner nnd We have beforo us a twofold divinnd formed That, llko nil other moral beings, sister, Mrs. Dr. Knnkln, of Coving- the church after tho war sion of this lesson: Tho tho nation Is undsr tho authority of organization of their own. and an I. Those Who Reject. One can ton, on a vIbII to their undo unl- scarce reconcile the speaker of this aunt, 'Mr. und Mrs. David lllack near building was torn down In 1SSG, tho Jesus ChrUt tho Ituler of tho first section with him who spoke the Speedwell, Saturday, tho 30th, drovo v.nlls having been damaged, but me verso nnd therefore bound to own nnd servo Him. 3. That tho law o! last words, but Is any denunciation over to tho Vlney Fork nuptial nresent structure, whllo facing out of God In so far as It relates to nations, more nwful than that of outraged enjoyed tho program for different direction, was erected love? There Is no contradiction here church and and tho samo material and shows its revealed through Jesus Christ for his InvlUtlon Is extended to tho tho first day of tho church's reunion a co. contained in tho Scriptures, Is tho ll meeting. Mrs. MJllc nnd very people whom ho has denounced Saturday's gathering was a largo one, rulo of national life, tho standard of Chorazln and llethsnlda, laden with I Jackson of Ilerwi, daughter of Mr. nnd dotting mo national action, and should bo accept sin, are urged to break off their yoke Mrs. lllnck, and her daughter, Mrs several hundred carriages Growing out of bondngo, be reconciled with him, Will Duncan, wero also members of grounds. An Interesting program held ed by nations ns ouch. become yoked with him whono burden tho party. tho attention of all tho people who 0. thcso fundamental principles are 1. That tho Is light. fcoulrt get In tho building In tho foro- the Scriptural truths: Tho Vlney Fork ahurch hns a Judgment Inevitable. ncon and afternoon. The chief event, ftato or nation Is a dlvino Institution, history reaching back for These cities had their day of opporns cerfcilnly as Is tho family or tho however, of tho forenoon was a read tunity. In llko manner wn notice that lift yours, having been organized In Ing of tho history of tho church church. 2. That civil government Is Jmiuary, 17H7 with IShteen members, the measure of the Judgment Is tho organization to tho present In essence God's ordinance and Is to mcasuro of opportunity. Tho fate of 'This organization was banctloned by fiom Its Tho subjects for tho nfternoon bo obeyed as such. "Tho powers that Tyre and Sodom was awful, but more two other Baptist churches known as tlmo. God." 3. That citerrible Is to be tho fate. In tho day ' the Tutes Creek anil Dreaming CreeK wero Church Discipline, Hlble Head- bo nro ordained of Judgment, of Chorazln and Ileth-- , societies. Christopher Harris was tho ing nnd Church fellowship, nnd Tho vil rulers aro In their sphere God's of ministers, ns certainly as tho minister salda. because they sinned against the churc,,., flrBt a8tor aIld wo wero . Old Tlmo Itellglon. greater light. Tho pons b1 exaltation Not tho leant Interesting featuro of tho Gospel 5n tho ecclesiastical h,i fondants still of Capernaum as shown by tho que.-- f:,rm,', ,Ulat, cf the Saturday's gathering wns tho fphere, and that ns a consequence .1Uo ' 1,10 neighborhood. tlon asked In verse 23. basket dinner. It would bo hard to nones should bo chosen to civil offlco orgnnlz-meThe church, llko nil other Again we need to noto that Judg-- ' find anywhoro a community spread savo thoso who fear God and havo reIs lnevltablo. It Is the lot and ntloiiH, has had Us vicissitudes of embracing so many good things and gard for His law. 4. That onco men more of us all. Jesus crented n tune, but during most of Its nro elected to office they arc solemnwonderful opportunity for those cities tiInI, n hundred years It had a largo In such large quantities. Tho long table wns more than filled and largo ly bound to rccognlzo all their author In a like manner has created ono and In,.muerii,p. it has In Its possession groups could ba seen In various places: ity as coming from God, thru Christ for us ar Individuals of the city, whnt now which n roster, dated 1815. will be our accounting In the Judg about tho church. Hut tho hungry and revealed In the Scriptures, and ment? We as citizen are being Illu-- , gives H5 names, many of which aro throngs were not able to more than to ho governed accordingly. To mlnnted by a wonderful revelation of wll known In tho nnnals of Madison make an Impression upon tho wagon nnd proclaim end carry out in truth and righteousness. Shall New 'county. loads of baskets and they were political llfo theso truths Is ChrisTho church history records a great York. Chicago and other largo cen- tian citizenship. A man may be a ters became as ancient Capernaum or iwlvnl In 1S01, nt which 221 wero taken back homo In many instances Christian and n citizen and yet not still well filled. Dabylon. Nineveh and Tyre? added to tho membership. In 182.1 Returning to Mr. Black's tho edl- - bo a Christian citizen, Just ns a man II. Those Who Come to Jetus. wns reduced to 75 Coming now to tho second section of tho enrollment tr.r nnd hla party were again regaled, may bo a good man nnd a physician our lfinnn ntiA ran fpel the fonder by tho establishment of othor this tlmo with watermelons and nnd yet not bo a good physician. It pathos of tho voice of Jesus as ho churches more convenient to somo peaches, hut our hostc wero not satis-fle- d is tho application of his Christian conthi turns from the whole to tho Individ-- of tho communicants, notably, with that nnd all hands wero victions to his polltlclal conduct that uala who comprise the whole and church nt Silver Creok. In 1830, tho sent to garden and orchard in an denominates a man a Christian citicries "Hither to m" Not alone numbers were further reduced by effort to fill all vacant spaces In tho zen. those who aro burdened by ceremon-BC8m wjllc, rmited In tho estnb-lallsWhat Doss It Do? or guilt but a morn wonderful !8hmellt of 10 christian church, tlw wagon with nppleg, peaches, beans nnd tomatoec. Such Is Kentucky hos scope thnn that, "All who labor." Ills It does away with indlffcrenco to being Influenced by tin Invitation Is. however, limited, for u "mborrfiln pitality, as bountiful and freo as civic duties and arouses to tho dis- Is to tho laboring, thus excluding tho j Punching of Alexander Campbell, nature Itself, and naturo Is enrich- Jiargo of political responsibilities. Among tho long list of pastors, ono ing wilfully Idle, whether they be Idle matho farmer this year, ns any one It prevents a man's being saved in torlally or spiritually. stnnds out ns hnvlng reached consider. can see who, will devoto a few hours tho church and going to hell in poll-tic- s. FOR SALE I able pronjlnenco In tho religious uls- - riding Offers a Life. about the blue grass. Farm In Garrard County, containJesus knew tho rest of harmonious ory of Kentucky nnd tho south It spurns tho doublo standard of ing 8G 2 acres good land, good orchrelation to tho Father, tho rest of fireen Clay Smith. Ho wns called to C H R I StFaNC ITIZEN SHIP llfo of which wo h?ar so much thsso ard, cottage house, good small barn, service, and so tho cflmai of his In-- ! this church nnd ordained In lSf.9. Tlio days ono for business and even tho drilled well, about three Contlnurtl from Hint rage vltatlon Is tho test of experience, v. present pastor Is Itov. C. T. llrook-thlr- o miles from home, nnd another for politics. Berea. Price $55 per acre. 30, "For my yoke Is easy and my burof tnko a deep material, economic of Korea who had chargo nnd It prizes the Civil Sabbath as ono den Is light." Notice that our labor tho Reunion servlco nnd gavo tho possibly humanitarian interest In D. N. Welch, Postmaster. Is to bo fruitful, "heavy laden," but tho Joy of servlco far outwelghB any thought of Its becoming a duty and BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE thercforo onerous. A yoke Implies a STORE being attached to n load and with an- How may wo know If his other. A COMPLETE LINE words bo true? Thcro la but ono conHardware, Paints, Mowing Machines, Farming Implements, Gasoline and dition, "Como." Jesus meant Just Oil Stoves, and Groceries what and all that word Implies. Tho Import of THE I1EHEA NATIONAL HANK, nt Herea iu tho State babe sitting upon tho kneo of Its nurso knows what Its mother means when of Kentucky, nt tho cIoho of business, September 1, 1U12. D. CLARKST0N sho calls "Come," and so Jesus KESOUKCES MAIN STREET, near Bank his arms to sorrowful, ladnn hu manlty as well ns to ceremonially . Lomm nmj DjHCOUntll $110,200.74 laden Israel nnd Bays "Come." Not unsecured 1,003.37 to a church or to some religious lead- Overdrafts, seuurod nnd Circulation U. S. Iloiuls to secure Invitaer, but to Jesus himself. Tho 7,200.00 tion Is very personal both as to tho BitukiiiK lioiiHH, Furniture, nnd Fixtures.. 3,000.00 ono who shall como, and tho ono tp Other Heal Estnto owned Due from approved Itesurvo Agents 31,303.81 whom wo nro to como. 118 02 Thcro Is In this lesson a luminous Chocks nud othor Cash It emu. suggestion of Jesus' method of deal- Notes of otbor Nntionul Hunks 2,500.00 ing with the Ills of our great cities. Fractional I'ntor Currency, Nickels nud CeutH. 10.07 Ho docs not proposo a lot of nega- Lawful Money IUserve in Bank viz: energizing tions, but offers a life, an Specio. .8, 131. 50 power that shall cnablo a company of r notes 712. 00 8.S73.C0 his believers to changu thoso condil,2f)0.00 tions of 111. Somo ono has called at- Redemption fund with U. S. Treusurer (15 9(1 of circulation) .. tention to Jesus' nttltudo towards tho 100,003.31 Ilomnn empire Not ono word of Total Hnrl specific rcbuko nor denunciation, yot ssssssV LIABILITIES lu approximately threo hundred years thcro was a Christian emperor upon Capital stock paid in $25,000.00 ;that throne. 18,000.00 Suiplim fund Thcso words of Jesus thrill with Undivided 1'rofitn, loss Expenses nud Taxes puid ISO. 30 'music. They havo been a solaco 25,000.00 throughout tbo ages. They havo National Hank Notes outstanding 121,102 02 'brought Into his kingdom countless Individual deposits subject to check Certified checks 750.00 thousands. Jesus horo nisumes, as he always did, that tho woes of the Impenitent Thm beautiful resideuco on Ceutor Street, in 100,003.31 and the Joys of the saved are condi- Total tho heart of towu. Size of lot 100 by 200 feet. State of Kentucky, County of Mndisou, ia: tioned upon our attitude towards him. I, J. L. Gay, Cashier of the above-namebank, do solemnly swear Large gnrdeu, good baru, plenty fruit, mountain water iu house. Only I Let us be careful not to slip tho yoko and not to bo unequally yoked with that tho above statement is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief, wo blocks from Colloce buildiucs nnd Post Ollice. S2700 if sohl Imforn unbelievers. We are called to a partJ. L. Gay, Cashier. nership, a community of Interest and Correct Attest: J. W. Lambert, Wright Kelly, D. N. Welch, Directors. October 1st., nlso a farm of about 80 acres at $55.00 per acre, other lands around it selling at from $00 to $100.-B- etter to an agreement with blm whoso see me quick. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 0th day of Sept., 1012. "yoke la easy and whose burden Is II. C. Woolf, Notary Public. Tone 27 nnd 28 ihouM Tho paragraph mark povornment, to study the mechanism of It nioro thoroughly and attend tho primaries moro regularly nnd voio at tho polio moro faithfully than tho average Christian citizen can ever hope to do, Tho politician Is a per-leadept nt all this. It Is his llfo s Chriswork, whereas tho ovcrago tian citizen lo tho mcrcct novlco tit It, It being simply Incidental to his great life's work. Moreover, In It all tho politician and his supporters will constantly stoop to do little, mean, things contcmptlblo underhanded, that tho Christian citizen will never think of doing, much less do. To Iw a Christian citizen ono must In somo way differentiate himself from his nnd this ho can do In ono way and Jn ono only, viz., by accepting and reducing to practice In his political Hfo tho Christian or lllblo principled This hnudaomo seven room Iiouho on of civil government. Thcss principles, Hoono Street, brand now, hardwood finished and thcso alone, will supply him with motives to Impel himself to right acsmall garden, fine water. $2500 cash will buy thin if noid good barn, tion, nnd furnish him with arguments October first. I also have othor properly in Uoreu at from $030 lo that will cnablo him to lead others $1500. Why not coma to Heren, educate your children und livo in j.oaoe, to right action. It is tho practicing of truths or prin tho polltlco-rcllgloB. HARRIS, ciples of God's Word that constitutes fcllow-clUzcn- FOR SALE: o bo-fo- tn tlltr th; the-bar- 1 1 one-thir- r lo roll-ca- tn 1 nt J gold-heade- d : 1 n m I 1-- Berea National Bank. THE PricesRish J. gu can ' Kansas, said: Those who have homes In Kansaa live In a state where the man who sells Intoxicants, thereby encouraging drunkenness, poverty, crime and the making of more drunkards out of the rising generation, is an outlaw, and when convicted, lands In Jail or on the rockplle, and It found guilty a second time, goes to the state penitentiary. The youth of Kansas has his eye fixed far above the horizon of the sa loon, and you can ralso your boy In Kansas without the temptation of the saloon, Its ally, the gambling house and dens of sliamo, which In every part of tho world aro the haunts and plotting places of assassins, bold-umen and professional criminals gener- ally. Eliminate the Bar. "The elimination of the American bar would prove tho greatest step against Intemperance in tho United States." declared Dr. Emll G. Hlrsch. tho noted Jewish rabbi and scholar, In an address In Chicago recently. "If there Is any Institution In any land that Is offensive," says the doctor, "It Is tho American bar. It Is an American invention that has been adopted by no other country." Endearing Names. LtKnl-tundu- (IES'vH That must be a discredited thing it its own friends cannot speak of It with respect. What do drinking men and patrons of the bar call alcohollo liquors? Booze, rat poison, ten-rolightning, embalming fluid, hell's broth, and redbug-Juicd eye I A FOR SALE: Dr. Tying met an emigrant going west. On one of the wagons there hung a Jug with the bottom knocked out. "What Is that?" asked the doe-mjr. i ?r-JUK", ,aI?. vu'.' auu wum j a iajiur JUKI tuv uiuu. asked the doctor again. "I had a son In Qeneral Taylor's army In Mexico. 'nd "l8, genhe,1 wy,,loW lm t0 Harmless Jug. "" lihL" W. B. HARRIS, Bcrca, Ky. hd STlttoni! m b4t Invention - I drtnke.- that's It It l. til ever met with for Page Six. slow- THE CITIZEN. shiver "oTIne Tree: The TesT of tho gang stood as If rooted, but Frock-le- a tbo bushes,' 1 Just Had to watt on blm, sprang past the trunk and went for I couldn't drive him back." A spasm of fierce pain shook leaping In great bounds. Ho caught up tno angel and dashed through the Freckles, and a look of uncertainty thicket for safety. Tho swaying trunk crossed tils faco. "All summer I've been thanking God was half over when. Just for an Instant, a nearby tree stayed Its fall for the falling of tho feather and all They saw Freckles' foot catch, and tho delights It's brought mc." ho muttered, "but this looks like" with the angel he plunged headlong. He raised questioning eyes to McA cry broke from the men. and McLean covered his fnco. Instantly Lean. "I can't help being Irish, but I can Freckles was up. with the angel in his arms plunging on ogaln. The out- help being superstitious," ho said. "I er limb were on them when they mustn't be laying it to tho Almighty, saw Freckles hurl the angel, face nor to me bird, roust I?" "No, dear lad," said McLean, stroking down. In the muck, as far from him as ho could send tier. Springing after, the brilliant hair. "The choice lay with You could have stood a rooted In an attempt to cover her body with you. his own, he whirled to seo If they were dolt llko all tho rest of ns. It was still In danger, and with outstretched through your great lovo and your high arms braced himself for the shook. courago that you made tho sacrifice." "Don't you bo no naming It sir!" Tho branches shut them from sight, and the awful crash rocked tho earth. cried Freckles. "It's Just the reverse McLean and Duncan ran with axes If I could bo giving me body the hun and saws. The rest of tho gang fol- dred times over to save hers from this, lowed, and they worked like madmen. I'd bo doing It and tuko Joy with every It seemed an ago tieforo they caught pain." a glimpse of the angel's blue dress, llo turned with n smile of adoring and It renewed their vigor. Duncan tenderness to tho angel. She scarcely fell on his knees beside her ond tore seemed to hear or understand what tho muck from underneath her with was coming, but sho bravely tried to his hands, in a few seconds ho drag answer that smile. ged her out choking and stunned. "Is mo forehead covered with dlrtr Freckles lay n little farther under ho asked. tho tree, a big limit pinning him down. Sho shook her head. Duncan began mining beneath blm. "You did once," ho gnsped. but Freckles stopped him. Instantly she laid her Hps on bis "You can't be moving me." ho said. forehead, then on each check, and then "You must cut off tho limb and lift 1L In a long kiss on his lips. I know." "Freckles." said McLean brokenly. Two men ran for tbe big saw. A "you will never know how I love you number of them laid hold of the limb You won't go without saying good and bore up. In n llttlo time It was by to mer' ofT. and Freckles lay free. That word stung the nngel to quick The men hent over him to lift him, comprehension. Sho started as If but ho motioned them nwny. rousing from sleep. "Don't be touching me until I rest a "Goodby?" she cried sharply. "Good' bit," he plendHi. by! What do you mean? Who's say Then ho twisted his head until ho ing goodby? Where could go. saw tho angel, who was digging muck when ho is hurt like this, Freckles tho but from her eyes and wiping It off her bospltnl? You call up tho men.to Wo face on tho skirt of her dress. must start right away." "Try to get up." he bcggeL "It's no use. angel." said Freckles McLean helped the angel to her feet "I'm thinking Ivry bone In mo breast "Do you think nny bones are bro- Is smashed. You'll have to bo letting ken?" paped Freckles. "You see if me go!" you can find any. sir." "I will not." sold the nngel flatly. McLean assured Freckles that she "You aro alive. You are breathing. was not seriously Injured. and no matter how badly your bonei Freckles settled back with n smllo aro broken, what are great surgeons Df Ineffable tenderness on his face. Ox you up and mako you Thank the Lord."" bo hoarsely for but to well again? whispered. "Oh. angel!" moaned Freckles. "I The nngel broke from McLean. You don't know how bad It Is "Now. Freckles, your she cried. can't! I'll dlo the minute you aro for trying "It's your turn. I'lense get up!" A pitiful spasm swept Freckles' face. to lift me!" "Of course you will. If you make up The angel took hold of his hnud. jour mind to do It." said tho angel "Itcally you haro to do It. Freckles. "Freckles, get up!" It was half command, half entreaty. no matter how It hurts you, for yoa "Easy, angel, easy. Let me rest a did this for me, and now I must sare bit flrst," Implored Freckles. you, so yon might as well promise. She knelt beside him. Ho reached You will promise, Freckles?" bis arm about her and drew her up "Angel, darlln' angel," pleaded closely. Ho looked at McLean in nn Freckles, "you ain't understanding agony of entreaty that brought the and I can't for tho life of mo bo telling boss to his knees on the other side. you, but indade, it's best to be letting "Oh. Freckles!" McLean cried. "Not me go." that! Surely wo can do something! Ho appealed to McLean. Wo must! Let mo see!" "Dear boss, you knowl You bo tell He tried to unfasten Freckles' necking bcr that, for me, living Is far band, but his Angers shook so clumsily worse pain than dying. Tell her you that tbe angel pushed them away and know death Is the best thing could herself laid Freckles' chest bare. ever be happening to mel" With Just one hasty glanco she gnth September it mighty 12, 191a. FRECKLES OOPVTUCHT. 1904. DY DOUBLEDAY, PACE k CO. that they werolnvUcfl to stay for dinner and had accepted the Invitation. She was harlng tb time of her life when McLean came back. Jubilant from his trip to the tree. How jubilant ho only told the angel, for he had been obliged to loso faith In some trusted men of late and had learned discretion by what he suffered. He - Freckles, a plucky waif who guards tho Limbcrlost timber leases and dreams of angels. Freckles' sweetest dream ma teriallses. McLean, a member of a lumber mompany, who befriends Freckles. Mrs. Duncan, who gives moth PROLOGUE. This romance of Freckles and the Angel of the Limbcrlost la one of the moat novel, entertain ing, wholcaoma and fascinating stories that have como from the pen of an American author In many years. The characters In this sylvan tale arc, Tho Swamp Angel, In whom The boss smiled significantly at Freckles, who had Just como up, for they bad planned that they would In (Continued from last wocks Issue) struct the company to reserve enough of tho veneer from that very treo to CHAPTER XIX. make tho most beautiful dressing table ntECKtrs OFFEB3 HIS LITE. they could design for the angel's share gang had been carefully of the discovery. and McLean now felt that What will yon havo for yours?' was not a man In It that asked McLean of Freckles. not trustworthy. If it's all tho same to you. Til be They had all heard of the ousel's taking mine out In music lessons beg' plucky ride for Freckles' relief, and glng your pardon voice culture," said several of them had been In the rescue Freckles with a grimace. party. When she was ensconced on The angel gave McLean tho bead of the wagon load of tenting she sat on a the table. She took tho foot with roll of canvas like a queen on her Freckles on her right, and the lumber throne. There was not a man of the gang, washed, brushed and straight gang that would not hare fought for ened until they felt unfamiliar with themselves and each other, tilled the her. sides. As they raced toward the wagon It was several days beforo they com "Let mo tell about the tree, please," pleted a road to tho noble, big treo and she begged Freckles. were ready to fell it. When the saw "Why, sure," said Freckles. Ho would probably bavo said tho was well in Freckles began watching same if she had proposed to cut off his down too road where it met the trail head. When McLean rode up he found leading from Little Chicken's tree. He her sitting on the wagon, flushed and had gono to the tree ahead of the gang and taken down tho blue ribbon. Care- glowing. "Everybody listen I" cried the angel, i ful'y folded, it now lay over his heart. "I havo something to say. Freckles i ue wns promising blmself a good deal has been guarding here over a year of comfort with that ribbon when be now, and bo presents tho Limbcrlost should go to the city next month to to you. with every treo in It saved, begin his studies and dream the sum It would help to and for good measure be has Just this mer over again. mako things tangible. When he was morning located the rarest one of all tho one around in from tho east line i drc8Sl as otlier men and about his that Wessner spoke of that first day, work ne knew wncro 06 mean' nearest tho one you took out at Qrst i bome luat Pilous bit of blue. It All together! Everybodyl Hurrah for. BU0Uld bo hu ood luck tokcn ond ne wuum wear u uiwuj's o neep ungni Freckles!" cU tUo aDBCl y.on. With flushing checks and gleaming' 'n eyes sue leu in tnreo cheers and a had called him her knight How be would study, and, oh, bow tiger. Freckles slipped back into the swamp and held himself tight for fear he would sing! If be could fulfill Me he might burst wide open with pride Lean's expectations, and make the angel proud of film I If be could only and with bis love for her. Tho angel subsided on the canvas bo a real knight! He could not understand why the and explained to McLean about the maple. The boss was mightily pleas-- ! nDBel ,Dai1 fallcd t0 come- - sbo Bad ed. no took KWki nut n wanted to seo their tree felled. Sbo nmi Tho1 Would be too late If She did not or- relocato and Pinmlrm Ihn T,1 men wero sending angel was Interested In tho making of Te. 800n- the camp and preferred to remain rtnSlnC hlows into the felling side of with tho men. With her sharp eyes lUB "eo wuen 1,18 0083 Toao nla flrst word was to Inquire for was watching every detail of con- struction, but when it came to the tno arjBel- - When Freckles said sho orders stretching of the dining hall canvas nud uot J"ot como Mc Leal B to stop work on the tree until she she proceeded to take command. The arrlTCd. As the meu stepped back h men were driving the rope pins when tlr mornnB breezo nt tho the angel rose on the wagon and..that towered w nboTe ,u feI,0W8' leaning forward, spoke to Duncan. Tncro wa8 nn 1 omnoU8 , .who was directing the work. tno b w f B "I teller. If you would swing tha tnjnk , , , d, Duncan, head teamster of Mc Lean's timber gang. The Bird Woman, who Is collecting camera studies of birds for a book. Lord and Lady O'More, who eomc from Ireland In quest of a lost relative. The Man of Affairs, brusque mf manner, but big of heart. Wessner, a timber thief who wants rascality made easy. Black Jack, a villain to whom thought of repentance comes too late. er love and a home to Freckles. ''KVKmUODT LISTEN I " CniZO TOE AHOEX and emphatically. planned to begin clearing out ft road to the treo that same afternoon and to set two guards every night, for It promised to be a rare treasure. "I am coming to sco It felled," cried the angel. Tell uie, angel." tho boss said Jest ingly; "I think I bavo n tight to know. Who really did locato that tree?" "Freckles." she answered promptly mHB CHAPTEll XX. LOVE AS A ntUEDT. deep Into bis IIE caught Freckles' band to her breast and, bending over blm, looked stricken eyes. 'Angel, 1 give you my word of honor that I will keep right on breath tug.' That's what you aro going to promlso me," sho said. "Do you say J I ' TJ, I f. I I "P-sb- o , J That way will let the hot sun in at noon, auu uio siuea wui cut on; uie best breezo." "That's a fact." said Duncan, studying the condition. So by shifting the pins a llttlo they obtained comfort, for which they blessed the angel every day. When Freckles Joined In tho work bout the camp he caught glimpses of her enthroned on a soapbox cleaning bearai Fjhe called to hlmthat they ? faCtt of tno aD8el ,ookcd ,a 00 A groan of horror burst from tbe dry throuta of tho men, ond, reading the agony in their faces, she stopped short, glanced up and understood. "South!" shouted Mc Lean, "nun south!" Tbe poor child was helpless. It was patent that sho did uot know which wax BojHhwns. .There was another hesitated. "Freckles," imploringly commanded tho nngel, "you do say ltl" "Yls," gasped Freckles. Tho angel sprang to bcr feet "Then that's all right," sho said, with a tlngo of her old time brisk ness. "You Just keep sawing away llko a steam cnglno and I will do all tho rest," Tho eager men gathered about her. "It's going to bo a tough pull to get Freckles out," ebo said, "but it's our only chance. You four thero get on thoso wagon horses and rldo to tho sleeping tent Get tho stoutest cot, a couplo of comforts nnd a pillow. Itldo back with them soino way to savo time. If you meet nny other men of tho gang send them on hero to help carry tho cot Wo won't risk tho Jolt of driving with htm. Tho WITH TIIE ANGEX, ISJ Hlfl A II 113 rLUKOIHQ rest of you clear a path out to tho ON AQAIN. road, and, Mr. McLean, you tako ered tho clothing together and slip Nellie and rido to town. Tell my ped her arm under bis head. Freckles father how Freckles Is hurt and that lifted eyes of agony to hers. ho risked it to savo mo. Tell blm "You sceV" ho said. I'm going to tako Freckles to Chicago angel nodded dumbly. The on tho noon train and I want htm Freckles turned to McLean. to bold it If wo aro a llttlo late. It "Thank you for everything, be bo can't then havo a special ready at panted. "Where nro tho boys?" tho station and another on tho Hits-bur"They ore all here," said tho boss. at Fort Wayne, so wo can go "except a couplo that bavo gone for straight through. You needn't mind doctors, Mrs. Duncan, and tho Illrd leaving us. Tho Ulrd Woman will bo Woman." hero soon. "It's no uso trying to do anything," When they stood ready to lift said Freckles. "You won't forget tho angel bent over blm in muff and tho Christmas box. The Freckles tho passion of tenderness. muff especial" 'Dear old Limbcrlost guard, wo'ro Tbero was a movement above them going to lift you now," sbo said. "I so pronounced that It attracted Freck you will faint from tho pain les' attention, even in that extreme susncct hour. Ho looked up, and u pleased of it, but wo will bo Just as easy as over wo can, and don't you daro smile flickered Into his drawn faco. "Why, if It ain't mo llttlo chicken!" forget your promise!" half smllo touched A whimsical ho cried hoarsely. "Ho must bo mak ing his very first trip from tho log. Freckles' quivering Hps. "Angel, can n man bo remembering Now Duncan can have his big water a promlso when ho ain't knowing?" ing trough." It was little chicken that inado me bo asked. "You can," said tho angel atontly, late," faltered tho nngel. "I was so anxious to get here early I forgot to "becauso n promlso means so much bring his breakfast from the carriage. more to you than It does to most men." A look of strength flashed into He must havo been very hungry, for when I passed tho log be started after Freckles' face at her words. me. no was so wabbly, and so slow "I am ready," be said. E!tlnjfJrotniri:e-l- o --tree and through With the first touch his eyesjclosed. itr Freckles J g groan wrencKaTrtm Telsn'STrayllert ill one of your homes blm, and ho lay senseless. The angel for tbe friendless here In Chicago. gare Duncan one panic stricken look. When ho grow up the superintendent Then she set bcr lips and gathered her bound him out to a brutal man. no ran away and landed in ono of my forces again. "I guess that's a good thing," she lumber camps. Ho has no name or said. "Maybe ho won't feel how we knowledge of legn! birth. Tho nngel aro hurting him. Oil. boys, are you wo haro talked of her. Hlio has ancestors reaching back to Plymouth Iloek being quick and gentle?" She stepped to tho side of tho cot and across tho sea for generations and bathed Freckles face. Taking bis back of that Slio Is an IdotUcd, petted hand In hers, alio gave tho word to only child, nnd tbero Is great wealth. start Sbo told tho men to ask every He sees It moro plainly than any one ablcbodlcd man they met to Join them elso could. There Is nothing for the so that they could cbango carriers boy but death If It Is tho angel that Is required to save him." often nnd make good time. Tho angel stood between them. The Dlrd Woman Insisted upon taking tho angel Into tho cnrrUgo and fol"Well, I guess not!" sbo cried. "If lowing tho cot but tho angel refused Freckles wants mo all he has to do Is to leave Freckles nnd suggested that to say so, and ho can have mo!" "That ho will never say," said Mctho Illrd Woman drivo ahead, pack them somo clothing, nnd be at the sta- Lean at last "and you don't undertion rendy to accompany them to Chi- stand, nngel. 1 don't know how you cago. All tho way tho nngel walked camo here. I wouldn't have hnd you besldo the cot, shading Freckles' face hear thnt for tho world, but slnco you and holding his hand. At every pause have, dear, you must bo told that It to chango carriers she moistened his Isn't your friendship or kindness fnco nnd lips and counted each breath Freckles wants; It Is your love." "Well, I do lovo him." sho said sltn-plwith heartbreaking anxiety. She scarcely knew when her father Joined them, and, taking tho branch McLean's arms dropped helplessly. ( from tier, nllpped an arm about her "You don't understand," ho reiteratwaist nnd almost carried her along. ed patiently. "It Isn't tho lovo of ft To tho city streets nnd tho Bworm of friend, or a comrade, or a sister, that curious, staring faces she paid no moro Freckles) wants from you; It is tho lovo attention than sho had to the trees of of n sweetheart And If to save the tho Umberlost. When Uio train pull- llfo he has offered for you you nro ed In nnd tho gnng placed Freckles thinking of being generous ond Imaboard, Duncan mado a placo for tho pulsive enough to sncriflco your future -- In tho absenco of your father It will angel besldo tho cot Wtb the best physician to bo found, becomo ray plain duty, as tho pronnd with tho Illrd Woman and Mc-- tector In wliouc hands ho has placed Lean in nttendance, tho four hours' you, to prevent such rashness. The run to Chicago began. Not for an In- - very words you speak and tlie manner stnnt would tho angel yield her place, In which you say them proves that yoa or allow any one elso to do anything aro n mere child nnd havo not dreamed for him. The Illrd Woman and Mc what lovo Is." Lean regarded her In amazement I "I havo never bad to dream of lore," The only time sbo spoko was to ask sho said proudly. "I have never McLean If ho was sure tho special known anything elso In all my Ufa would bo ready on tho Pittsburg line. but to lovo every one and to havo Ho replied that It was mado up and every one lore inc. Anil thero has nover been any ono so dear ns waiting. If you will remember, wo At 6 o'clock Freckles lay stretched Freckles. on tho operating table of Lake View havo been through a good deal to1 do love Freckles. Just an hospital, while tbreo of tho greatest gether. surgeons in Chicago bent over him. I say I do. I don't know anything: At their comma nil. McLean picked up about tho love of sweethearts, but I tho unwilling angel and carried her lovo blm with all the lovo In my out to tho nurses to bo bathed, haro heart, and 1 think that will satisfy, her bruises attended to, and be put him." to bed. "Surely it ought!" muttered the man In a placo where It is dlulcult to sur of knives and lancets. "As for my father," continued tho prise people, they were astonished women as they removed tho angel's angel, "he nt onco told mc what ho dainty stained and torn clothing, learned from you nlwut Freckles. peeled off hose muck baked to her I've known all you know for several limbs, soaked the dried loam from her ttceks. That knowledgu didn't chango illken hair and washed the beautiful. your love for Mm a pnrtlcle. I think Irratcncd. bruised. Curt covered body. tho Illrd Woman loved him moro. Why should yon two have all the Tho angel fell fast asleep long befor they bad finished,, nnd lay deeply un conscious, whllo tho fight for Freckles llfo wns being waged. Three dnys later sho was up early and hovering near Freckles' door. Tho surgeon was with him. The angvl bail been told that tho word be brought thnt morning would bo final, so she curled up In n window seat, dropped tho curtains behind her, and, In dlro anxiety, waited tho opening of that closed door. Just as It unclosed, McLean camo hurrying down tho ball and up to the surgeon, but with ono glanco at his faco he stopped back In dismay, and tho angel, who hsd risen, sank to tbo scat again, too dazed to como forward. Tbo men faced each other. Tho angel, with parted Hps and frightened eyes, bent forwnrd In tenso anxiety. I I thought ho was doing nicely?" faltered McLean. "Ho boro tho operation well," re plied the surgeon, "and his wounds are not necessarily fatal. I told you that yesterday, but I did not tell yoa that something elso would probably kill him, and It will. Ho need not dlo from tho nccldent, but ho will not llvo the day out becauso ho so evi dently prefers death to llfo. If ho wero full of hope and ambition to llvo, my work would bo easy. If all of you lovo blm as you proro you do, and tov too mrrntn tuam ant oxe, tbero la unlimited means to glvo blm rilUCKLEA." anything ho wants, why should ho dcslro death?" nne perceptions there are? My father "Is ho dying?" demanded McLean. u uiii'i lie won I ex "Ho is," said tho surgeon. "Ho will pect mo not to love Freckles, or no not live this day out unless somo to tell him so. If tho telling will save strong reaction sets In at once. Ho Is him." so low thnt, preferring death to life, Sho darted past McLean Into nature cannot ovcrcomo bis Inertia. Frvvkles' room, closed tbo door nnd If ho Is to live, bo must be mado to turned the key. desiro life." Freckles lay raised on a flat pillow, his body Imniovablo In a plaster "Then bo must die," said McLean. "Does that mean that you know cast his maimed arm. as always, bidwhat bo desires and cannot, or will den. Tbe angel's heart ached at tho chango In tils appearanco. Ho seemnot, supply it?" "It means," sold McLean desperately, ed so weak, so utterly hopeless and that I know what ho wnnts, but it Is so alone. Sho could see that tho night as far removed from my power to give had been one long terror. For tbo first tlmo sho tried putting it to him as It would be to glvo him n star. Tho thing for which ho will dlo herself In Freckles' place. What would it mean to have no parents, no home, he can never have." "Then you must prepare for tho end no narao? No namel That was the That was to bo lost yery shortly." said tho surgeon, turn worst of all. Indeed utterly and hopelessly lost The ing abruptly away. angel lifted her hands to her dazed McLean caught bis arm roughly. head and reeled as sho tried to face "Look herd" ho cried In desperation. that proposition. Sho dropped on ber You say that ns If I could do some thing If I would. I tell you tho boy knees by tbo bed, slipped her arm unIs dear to mo past expression. I would der tho pillow, and. leaning over do auythlug spend nny sum. You havo Freckles, set her Hps on UIs forehead. noticed and repeatedly commented on Ho smiled faintly. "Dar Freckles," she sold, "tbero is tho young girl with mo. It Is that child that ho wants! Ho worships ber a story in your eyes this morning, to adoration, and knowing bo can never fell mo?" Freckles drow a long, waverinu bo anything to her, bo prefers death to llfo. In God's name, what can I breath. "Angel," bo begged, "bo generous! do about It?" I'm so "Ilarrlng that missing hand, I never Ho thinking of me a llttlo. handled a finer man," said tho Burgeon, homesick nud worn out, dear angel, be giving me back mo promise. Let "nnd sbo seems perfectly devoted to tnogo?" him, why cannot ho havo her?" (Continued next week.) "Wbyr echoed McLean. "Why? Well, for n good many reasons. 1 told Not tho Only Sufferer. you ho was my son. You probably knew The domesticated oatrioh had Just that ho was not A llttlo over a year been rellerod of his "tips." Trimmed ago I bad never seen blm. He Joined again I" be groaned; "I wonder why flEgQnjrJumbej: gangs from tho road, the 8. P. C. A. doesn't agitate for antl tlpplng legislation ?" vr 4 f" September 12, 1912. THE CITIZEN 00000000000000000000006600 UAHtY Page Seven HOW TO USE THE ROAD DRAG o Get WISDOM. INTENSIVE FARMING Dairy Farming. During tho past summer Uio members of tho staff of the Dairy Department of tho Agricultural Collego liavo been making frequent visits to dairy farms of Kentucky. Tho methods followed on each farm, and the equipment used, liavo boon closely studied, nnd a largo amount of data has boon collected, that will prove of Vital Interest to tho dairymen when It I published In bulletin form n llttlo later. Without exception tho dalry-mf- n bavo entered heartily Into tho Bpllt of tho Investigation nnd tho liavo contributed willingly of their storo of useful information, which has been gained by long cxporlcnco. moro foro tho survey Is completed 'than ono hundred dairy farms will havo been visited. Somo significant facts bavo already been clearly brought out. In pioduclng milk nnd butter for tho market It lmo bicn found that tho dairymen nxo making moro money from medium priced than from high priced cows. Somo of tho most profit- I inllO herds havo bocn built up by ., ... .1 " .l lt,' K,auu "" i 1,16 uso ol constant use of n puro bred bull, nnd tho raising of tho best helfors. Somo dairymen havo mado conslder-ma- y 'oblo money by buying young helfcra nnd rearing them for tho dairy. Two or thrco localities visited furnish examples of tho advantages of community breeding. In ono county (Shelby) hundreds of Jersey cattlo find n ready market each year nt Jerseys nro very attractlvo prices. bred on nearly every farm In that , the Right Materials and Don't Make It Too Heavy, PLANKS OR LOGS ARE BEST, Two Principles Involved In tht Sue. ceisful Opratlon of the Drag Poll tlon of the Driver and Length of tht Hitch to Da Considered. TI10 earth roiwl Is by far tho most common type of btehway in tills conn-trIts cheapness In comparison with other types of construction and the In many sections of tho country of rock, gravel or other hard natural materials for road building will render IU uso necessary for muny yeara to coma There nro at present In this country nbout 1,000.000 mllos of audi roads, most of which must bo maintained by some means more or less Inoxpenslvo. The split log drag Is of great service on roads of this class, nnd nn Increasing mUrage of tbu rural highways of this country la being kept In repair econom Icnlly nnd well by tho uso or this aim. Tho profit In keeping cowa cwnes from tho extra amount of milk, ikat they Rive above the ordinary yield on common pasture or coarse feed. Tho succcfsful dairyman endeavors to raise ns much of the feed needed aa posslblo on his own farm. Cowa nro not nlwnys to blamo for being unprofitable. Often the fault Is nearer home. Tho cow that your neighbor does not want to sell Is tho cow you really onght to try to buy If you are going to buy at nil. Tho best crrnm is usually taken from the milk that Is separated ns soon ns It Is drawn. Tho elenner the milking nnd tho Hooncr the milk Is strained nnd cooled tho longer It will keep sweet. A cow which Is gentle nnd which has never been known to kick will noon learn to kick If she Is lientcn. She will treat you pretty much as you trcnt her. BE RE A Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OP THE MOUNTAINS What Are Your Talents? What Are Your Aims? Berea Ha the Training That it Best Fer YOU. 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Thing, to Consider Whan Purchasing Animal Pap fha nairv. Wlilln I tlilnL- - Hm tnnn alinnlri know the points of n good dairy cow, there nro some other things to bo re- tnembered as well, says W. D. Nealo In tho Iown Homestead. Rome of them lie of great lmortanec. ns know- Ing tho points of n good milker. First. The cow's ago Is Important An old row is not often profitable, and If her teeth nro bail sho may go dry In n short time. Tho old cow Is also very liable to din. She ennnot bo profitable mnny years nt best, so it Is not n very wise- plan to purchase nn old cow, however good n milker she may he. Second. The health of tho cow should be considered. She should undergo tho test for tuberculosis nnd should be examined for any blood ells- ease. I have lalely seen two cows with good sized lumps on their Jnws sell nt pales for good prlres. The owners represented them ns good milkers nnd their trouble the result of sntul bur wounds. The auctioneer passed over their defects with n favorable remark In ench Instnnrp. The farmer who pur. chases such cows Is endnngering tho health nf his family. Milk nnd butter from such cows sliould not be used. Third. Tho nmount nnd qunllty of the milk should tie taken into nccount When a cow Is represented to give live gallons at each milking the milk Is very liable to he xor In quality. It would be well to test tho milk to ascertain the nmount of butter fat My neighbor paid JtKi for n live gallon cow. Hho gnvo that amount, but he Is buy- lug butter ull the time. She Is a com- - tlo Implement. Two mistake are commonly made In constructing a drag. Tho first lies in making It too heavy. It should bo so light that ono man can easily lirt It. Hostile, n light drag responds moro readily to various methods of hitching ' I LANK JHA(1. nnd to tho shifting of the position nnd weight of the operator, both of which uro considerations. The other mistake is In tho uso of squared tlmberx lustond of those with shun edss, whereby tho cutting effect of the rilinrp edges Is lost nnd the drag Is permitted to glide over Instead of to equalize tho IrregulnrltleM In the surface of the road. A dry cedar log Is the best material for a drag lied elm nnd walnut wheu thoroughly dried are excellent, nnd box elder, mift ma pie or even willow is preferuble to oak, hickory or ash. Drugs nrc often constructed of planks Instead of logs. There Is nothIng In the construction of n plank drag that calls for particular mention ex- ccpt the atrengtlieiiliig of tho planks along their middle lino by n 2 by tl Inch atrip. A triangular atrip inny ins used under the lower edge of the blade to giro it the troer cutting slope. The successful operation of a drag Involves two principles, which, when thoroughly understood and Intelligently applied, make road working with this Implement cry simple. The tint concerns the length mid position of the bitch, while tho second deals with the position of the driver on the drag. Knch Influences tho other to a lurge extent, slid successful manipulation of the drag Is depomlent uon an understanding of both of them. Tor ordinary purposes tho snatch link or clevli should be fastened far cuough toward the blndo end of the chain to force tho unloaded drag to follow the team at an angle of 4ft degrees. This will cnuso tho earth to more along the face of the drag smoothly und will givo comparatively light draft to tho team, provided tho driver rides in the lino of draft Home- times, however, conditions are met - community, and this fact attracts buyers from all parts of tho United States, who can readily buy a car load, thus effecting a material raving of tlmo and securing lower freight rates on car load lots. An Interesting point Is connected with tho methods nnd cost of rearing tho dairy calf. Some of tho be3t iier,ia visited were mado up of heavy milking cows, tho food of which, during tho first months of their lives, consisted nlmost exclusively of skim- med milk, supplemented by a llttlj shened corn and bran, with pastumgo In summer and hay In winter. A few dnlrymen.who bred fancy stock, use wholo milk ns a calf feed, but li bus lKM?n our observation that as healthy and as strong cattlo can bo tho reared on skimmed milk, It skimmed milk is kopt as clean as Is tho wholo milk, and It It Is fed warm to tho calves, Somo dairymen nro successfully replacing a largo part of tho milk with milk cubatitutcs la tho feeding of calves, la soma cases two calves aro permitted to suck a fresh cow, a third calf being given to tho cow when sho wc&ns tho first two. It has been found that tho dairymen recclvo oa an nverago tho following prices for dairy products in this state: 20 por cent cream, ?G cents a gallon. Milk 11 cents In summer and l(i cents In winter, when shipped to tho city milk dealer. Dairymen who retail their own milk in tho cltl-retail at 25 to 30 cents (sometimes 40 cents) a gallon. Dutlcr milk (retail) 10 cents a gallon. Many dairymen near .Loulsvlllo and Cincinnati uso grntlo cows (mostly Shorthorn and Ilolstcln gradec) purchased at tho stock yards, buying them fresh, selling them after fattening when dry. They claim to avcrago 2 to 2 galr Ions of milk per cow per day during tho entire year. Tho coat of rearing a heifer to time of first calf was found to avcrago between 30 and $35. Ono of tho largest nnd best dairy farms In Kentucky has n 91,200 milking barn, with concrete floor, and a $1,500 rest shed, whero tho cows aro kept, fed and watered. This man has now C2 cow, nnd last winter had 80. Tho rest shed adjoins tho milking barn, with a shed and hay loft between died nnd barn. Tho cllago machine, engine, and Blloco aro arranged In tills ched. Kverythlug is kept under cover. Two 1C by 30 feet siloes, mado of wood by tho dairyman himself, cost $150 each six yearn ago. A 30 by 1C foot concrcto silo erected two years ago cost $233. For eighty cows this I'nlrymnn used 100 tons of straw annually In boding. But tho cows aro kept cleaner than If they wcro In their atalls all of tho tlmo In winter. j Tho greatest drawback to dairy farming la this section Is tho scarcity jof labor. The usual wago Is $30 to $35 per month with house, and small j garden. s 1- -2 I Ara yoa not far advanced? r ' Book-Bindin- letter-writin- class-room- Berea College DR. CHAS. F. HUBBARD, Dean College Itself stands apart f ron all th other aohoola under It m ageaent and haa loag maintained the highest standards known in the South. To conform t th Canada standards we aav diminished our feraer reTh 1 , ahov quirements Required and elective studies with opportunity to coBoentrat ' particular lias. Latest ooller library In Kentucky. Lakorator equipped for student practice. Coarse leading to the degree of A. at, & o, . ana v. rec MUSIC (Singing Fre). Head Organ. Vole Cultnr. Piano, Theory, Band, may be taken for special fees la eonnectioa with work la any of titt I, MfcoeU, Questions Answered Berea, Friend ef Working Student. Bares College, with Its aRS&t4 acbool s, is aot a money-makintaatltatlan. It roqulr ctrtain fees, bU It expend aaany thousands ol dollars ach year for th benefit of Ma glvtag highest adraatage at lowest cost, and arranging tor tndeaU to earn and av la every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protaaH th character aad reputation of th yonng people. tOur atudeats com from th beat fasiUs and ar eanvest to do wall and ImpVoTe. ror any who may be slalc th Colleg provide dootor and nurs without extra charge. All ex sept taoe wlttt parent In Berea live In Colles buildings, and assist In work of hoardlag ball, farm aad (hops, receiving- ralaahl training, and sotting pay aooardlng to th Yalu of their labor. Except In wis ter tt La expected that all will hare a ehas to arn a part f their Writ to th Secretary before cosolag to eetore taploysiMt. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, poatag. book, atav, vary with different people. Bera favors plain lo thing. Our eUsoat i$ lb beat, of th weather, varan srMfa) bat as cnCnts must attend classes ragardl s aad uaderolotalag, ashrella aad overahees ar necessary, Th tlv Stor furnish toilet articles, work uniforms, unbrna tual arUele at ether tv reeat low eost. Th OoUeg LIVINO EXPENSES ar really for th tut buildings In which students lira, ehatglnr only nsrh room rent to pay for oleanlag. repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of batlalaf falls fa towel. For tab board, without coffee or xtraa, $L8I a and $1.50 In winter. Tor furnished room, with, fuel, lights, washing; ol bV ding, 40 to CO eents for each person. SCHOOL FEES sr two. First a "Dollar Deposit," sTarant return ef room key, library book, eta. This 1 paid hut one, nnd La Mtnrn when th tudnt departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on ipenses for car ef Mbool bnsesV Wag, hospital, library, otc (Student pay nothing for tuldn or rrloM eat teaohers all ear instrustlea is a free gift). Th Incidental Fm foe studenta 1 IS.00 a term. K.M In Aoademy and Normal, and fTXO In glat conraea. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and rooen rest Id th term, board by th half term. Installments ar as follow! g eea-den- ta, - J. J. Hooper. W. D. NIcholls. , I CEMENT TANKS STARVED CALVES TO DIP SWINE ARE EXPENSIVE Memy Young Animals Directions Given for Construction ox Basin Found Entirely Satisfactory by Illluolaan. Filthy Pens With nation Entirely Unfitted for Growth. Kept In pea. Admirers of the Guernsey breed of ilalry cattln ay they have no pronounced eak points. The addition of Guernsey blood In crossing" with cowa of mixed breedinc will result In a hltfher milk flow and In a richer milk. The deep and mllklnc qualities of (he pure bred Guernsey, together with the ndabtnblllty to tho conditions of the Terpen farm, make this a valuable typs of dairy cow. The averace Guerrfey cow wilt welch about 1.000 pounds, the bulls t to 300 pounds heavier. -d gefJBBBBf aVatgea bbbbbT salaam SSW.1? .S - aV H E Hs? mmKTWL "'jfsa Ut JT aaBBT aBBakaBBl aafll aaBaaaBaHaaBaHi bbbbbbbbbI nanuLT or naioaixi. which require special trcotinetit, nnd In n rolling country loch conditions nro not Infrequent Often a flat plneo VJ spot serrrul rods In length or a neede special attention. Tho distance from the drag at which the team U bitched affects tho depth of th cuttlnx. Shortening th cluiln tends to lift the front alnb fnsii tho ground. A longer bitch eatieas tho to cut moro deeply. Hie length of hlieh nuiv Im rvmilated br letutheiiIns aud aiiortenlin: tho chain at the end which runs through tho hole In tho blade end of the drag. Tho advantages to lio gained from tho persistent uso of a rond drag may bo summnrlied ns follows: VtrsL The mnlntciisnce of a smooth, rrlctvtblo earth road frco from ruts and tuudholoH, e Becond.-Obtaln- lng ssieh a reed with tho exendituro of very little money and labor In comparison will) tho money and labor required for other methods. Tblrd.-- Th reduction of mud In wet weather and of dust In dry weather. ur-fa- a butter cow, If one wishes tho milk for chickens and pigs anil does not caro for tho quantity of butter such n cow would lie profltnble. Fourth. Ascertain tho cow's disposition. A cow that will kick a fellow out of the stall nt milking tlmo Is unSho may give n pall of desirable. rich milk, but If n man must endanger his life to Kocuru It ho is taking too crest a risk. And It is endless trouble to bo compiled to chain n cow's hind feet every time she ts milked. Fifth. Try tho cow to leant whether sho Is easily milked. A man will wenr his patience out and cousumo a grout deal of tlmo milking n cow that gives n stream about the size of a pin. I havo bnd my hand to cramp many times when milking such n cow, and I believe It Is best to send such un animal to tho butcher as soon ns she is fut cuough to go. poto future as I Keeping Milk Sweet. Tho best method for keeping milk Is to keep It from tho nlr, ns many bacteria get Into milk from tho nlr. Tlw bacteria In warm milk nro In the Ideal inotiium ror growtii mm repriMiucuon. A vnrlety of biictorln reproduces by vision, and n generation of bucterla may grow In twenty minutes. As thousands of bacteria run play bide nnd seek through tt needle's eye. one can appreciate the number contained In a drop of milk. They cannot grow and multiply If tho milk Is kept cool. Use the Whip Sparingly. Do not get tho whip hnhlt and It you already bavo It leave It off today. Many men cannot take the reins In their hands unless tho whip Is there too. Such constant uso only worries a horse, takes nwny tho fcur that It should have In raro coses and mnkes the driver apiiear anything but a good horseman. Farm Journal. I .By W. H. UNDERWOOD.) Are beef breeds of cattlo more than dairy breeds? This ques Last spring I made a cement dipping tank for my hoes which has tion has come to mo after examining proven very satisfactory, and will glvo , many animals. On the range, at least tho Instructions for making same so 90 per cent, of the beef typo from that If anyone desires to do so ho can good sires aro good feeding stockers. In swine and sheep the percentage mnko ono for himself. I dug a bole 11 feet long on top, 5 of good animals Is equally large. Here feet long on tho bottom, straight at tho exception Is usually found In end and eloping across tho 6 feet ninls whose growth has been retarded at tho other, 26 Inches wide at the by some unfortunate condition, 32 Inches at tho top and 44 erally lack of food, On tho range tho "dogle" or moth- feet deep. rramo or orleis calf Is I then mado a wooden and never boards 6 Inches smaller every way ' makes a profitable feeder. Tho "peo than tho bole and filled In tho space woo" lamb may be simply a lata lamb, all around with cement, using ttireo but In most cases Is one whose body parts sand to ono part cement. was shrunken and "set" by lack of After It had set 24 hours, I toek out ' food. Many a peo wee derives Its tho wooden frame. I mado wooden bird nnmo from short feed and long cleat steps at tho sloping end for tho ' drives around a forest reserve. My observation has been, ssys a hogs to walk out on. My bogs wero covered with lice last spring and I writer In the Farm and Home, that had tried all remedies heard of to get I where a robber cow is found, It Is safe rid of them. I dlppod tho hogs at In- - to assumo tbero has been a robbed tervals of about a month and noted a calf. Many aro the vicissitudes of the calf. Every case marked chango In their condition as averago skim-mllto skin and health. of acours Is simply Indigestion, or In A neighbor of mine has a dipping other words, a training of tho stomach tank somewhat similar to mlno. Ho and digestive organa to fall to asslml-du- g a holo 2 feet wldo at tho top and lato food. That pall of cold or soured 8 feet long; and at tho bottom 18 germ-lademilk that was refused for Inches wldo and 4 feet long, making a tlmo until hunger mado It desirable tho holo 3 feet deep, atralght up and Is training tho stomach still further down at ono end with a gradual In along the samo Una that mado peo cllno for tho hogs to walk out at tho j wees and dogles. Many llttlo calves aro prisoners, In other. Then ho took cement, mlilng It In dark pens, with filthy bedding, and proportion of one rart of cement to with a ration unfitted to their growth four parts sand, and plastored this and ability to properly digest food, over llko a cistern, plastering tho c- - Tho calf. Improperly raised, comes ment directly on tho dirt. After this back to its owner as tho robber cow, coating of cement had thoroughly set and wo blnme the cow rather than ho washed tbo lnsldo with puro co- - ourselves, which Is much moro human ment, to niako It absolutely tight. than humane, and moro of a solaco Whether It Is safe to plastor tho than of financial gain, cement dlroctly on tho dirt, as dono. by my neighbor, depends on tho char- I0P Market. actor of tho soil. Ordinarily 1 think y The commercial fruit grower plan tho better; that Is, to build atrlcts his selection to tho roally tbo framo sir Inches smaller than tho rr0fiteblo sorts, which Is a lesser holo nnd fill In tho spexo all around number than tho averago homo fruit i witn cemenu garden requires In order to supply tho It will pay every farmer who ralies need, for family uso. Ho selects sorts hogs to havo a dipping tank of somo u,at comblno tho vigor of tho troo sort and dip bis hogs at least onco a ftn(1 attractlvo color, largo slxo, otc.. month, without regard as to whether but abovo nJl jong carrying capacity. uioy ru irouuieu wiui uco or nou u will keep their skin In flno condition Washed Ego. and oontrlbuto materially to their Washed eggs rot moro readily than health. Pigs can he dlppod at any ago, those not washed. Tbo dirty eggs. If lambs as well. The larger tank de- sold at all, would bottor bo sold dirty scribed above will answer for both than washed. sheep and lambs. Pay for Extra Care. Chicks hatched In June, July and Young Orchard, August begin laying In February and btmlne tbo young orchard tree March, and lay enough the first for Injuries by mice or rabbits. son to pay for the extra car. pro-pote! an!-on- o gen-bottoI I ( G-)- nosary Vk. eL a4 vk, tt f FAI.I. TKKM VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS Incidental Fee Room J 5.00 5.6a ACADEMT AND NOEMAL 1 6 00 COLLEQK Board, 7 weeks .. 1912 . . 943 JJ005 9 45 SUV.OO 5.00 i 00 7.00 "-4- I 7.00 7.00 9 43 Amount due Sept. II, 191s Board 7 weeks, due Oct, jo, Total fsr tarm . . If paid In udrance Incidental Fee Room 9 43 t'i 43 9 43 u-)- I) 50 S31.40 ill 00 I 6 00 7.30 9.00 S3S.40 WINTHK TKKM I Board, 6 weeks Amount due Jsnusry 1, 1913 Board for 6 weeks, due Feb. u, Total for term It paid In adtanee Incidental Fee Hoard, 5 weeks Aaiouut due March S, 1913 Hoard j weeks, due Apr. 30, Total for term Koom . . 900 191J 7.00 7.20 9 00 J jo. 00 9.00 JlJ JO 9.00 23 20 9 00 SH.SO STRING TKKM ,, $y 00 30.70 1JI.20 131.70 7.00 JJ2.20 t im 4.00 67s 191J I 6.00 500 73 JI7-J- 500 7S 73 . ., Ji5 75 675 so SUS.OO $ 11 If paid In adtaaro Special Its. OO Expenses BusineEs. Fill lU-o- Ji.SO tSo 4S3.00 Tclai j6ou 36 00 frn ro-m- phy 10.50 900 ol Instrument 6.00 7.04 Commercial l.aw. Commercial Gcor. rsphy.Coiumerriat Arithmetic or .. . 1.90 1'eumsnsnip, eacn I.IU In no esse will specul Business Fees eicced (13.00 per term, s Stenography and T)pewrlting Bookkeeping (regular course) Bookkeeping I brief course) Iluxinnu cournr studies fur students In other deirtiiieuts: 1400 7.00 Iftnttr St' io fuoo 10 00 u.oo 600 3.00 lS.00 27.00 Tyixwriuug. with out hour's use ... ... 75 joo I.30 1800 3 49 Any nblo.iMMiieri jouni; uum or youiij; woman can Kt an education nt lUrcn if there is Uio will to do so. It is n irrent advantneo to start In Uio full ami liavo a full year of continuous study. Maur vouiur tooilu waste time In the nubile schools Kolnp over and over the wune thliif;, when they might be Improving much faster by oomliifr to Iterea and starting in on now stud loti with somo of the heii young men and women from othor counties and atates. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they aro abovo ir years old, in good health, and of good character. This may bo signed by some former Doroa student or some rollablo twachcr or neighbor. The una of tobacco Is etrlctly forbidden. Make your plana to come on September 11. For Information or friendly advloe wrlto to the Secretary, Plan Now, Come September 11th ' D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Pace Eight. THE CITIZEN. September u, toia. visited tho latter's Station, Sunday. Mrs. Rosa Azblll nnd child returasd from a two weeks stay with her parents in Pulaski County, Sunday. TVNKIt Fork seems to bo enjoying tho work Scale has Just returned from a visit wltlt friends at Richmond. Airs. very much nnd having good attendance. Itev. Elmer Gabbard held serLizzie Long of Heidelberg is visitThere ing friends nnd relatives here. H. vices at Cortland, Saturday. n H, Rice hns sold his property In will bo a Baptist Association nt tho second Friday nnd SaturUooncvillc to J. K. Gabbard of Cow Creek who plans to movo to it soon. day and third Sundny. It will bo conlafs'l ty ttaf wtltrr. Its en-" Ho otieapntnr ruMlioH Most of our merchants nnd busi- ducted nt tho Grnssy Branch school an Tiasce o good faith. Wilt plainly. H not lor psMlcstion, bat this Noto house. Miss Etta Gabbard of ness men nre attending tho John place visited friends nt Cortlnnd, Satufair nt Llnvlllo this week. Is very sick with typhoid rdays-John B. Beglcy, tho portrait I&horman Davidson nnd Morgan Ball Rasner JACKSON COUNTY f.iver. Wilson Comba who hns been man, was hero last week. 'Mrs. wno nave 3crvcu tnrco years in ma Blankcnshlp, of Hamilton, Ohio, attending tho school for tho blind KKimV KNOII I'. S. Army have returned Lome.-.MarriHat-ficnt IxjuIsvIIIo will return next Wed- Is visiting her mother hero this week. Kcrliy Knob, Sept. Sept, Cth, Robert McDowell nesday two James Hosklns Is doing a big log-in- g after spending Uio vncntlo'.i of Kansas, who, for tho lost k ol this place to Miss Nannie with his mother at this place. This business on Buffalo now. John V. been with his brother, .year, had of near Isaacs, Rev. Elijah last week has been tho hottest week Chndwell, who boards at 8ebnstlan, The J. I). Hatfield, died Aug 27th. Mrs. Sarah take Cornett officiating. funeral and Interment did not M Gabbard and children of this placo of the season nnd still It Is hot, 02 visited friends nt Island City nnd degrees to 96 degrees In tho shade. Conkllng, Saturday nnd Sunday nnd Sundny, waiting for j,lacc until daughter, are visiting her father on Moores INLAND CITY .Monday ton, Charlie, of Kansas and Creek, this week. Miss Gertrude STt'ItOKON. Island City, Sopt. G. Isaac Carmack Martha I'arkey, of Virginia, to arrive. Lewis of Moores Creek was nt this Grandmother Sturgeon, Sept. 8. and wife who havo been at Frank, and Sarah Sparks -F- rank Hatfield on business. Jno. Tuesday, In marriage place, fort f jr tho past two weeks returned Smith who has been parnlized for W of Drip Hock were united U typhoid fever home, Tuesday. Marshal Mays, wlfo )enrs died nt tho homo of James and Aimer Cunngln who has AuB ic Thomas Powell tho home Improving. Phec Hellnrd of Isaacs and two daughters who havo been vis N'wley, Monday morning, Sept. 2nd, Powell wero married at Click and Miss Minnie Price of this jilnco iting relatives in Illinois, returned nt 3 o'clock. Aga 89 yenrs. Sho had 2llth.-My- rtlo of tho bride, Aug. many friends Satur- homo a few days ngo. II. D. I'ctern been a member of tho church for 05 of friends nt surprised their entertained a number evening. Itelresh-laent- s day, Aug. 31st, by getting mnrrieJ lii hauling goods for J. C. Gentry tin years. The funeral services wero conhome, Tuesday her at tho home of Rev. Wm. Wise. Wo wero served and nil spent a wish tho young couple a happy and week. R. I). Pcteri. D. U. Mooro and ducted by Revs. Bowman, Ilntcomb J. C. Gentry left, Saturday, for Rich- and Davis. Her remains were laid to She returned to pleasant evening. The bean stringa prosperous life. mond. Clay Roberts got his house rest In the cemetery near S. I). Korea, Friday, after spending ing nt Levi Gabbard's was well at- and almost all of his house furniture Veely's. Rev. J. S. Ward preached with homo folks. month's vacation tended, Thursday night. burned, Monday, about 12 o'clock. here, Saturday and Sundny. Ho has IIIOII. MrKEK having Damages wej-nre estimated at flfte-- n been chosen ns pastor of this church Sept. 9.-- Wc Hugh, Circuit Court hundred dollars, no Insurance. The for the ensuing year. Rev. K. Dunl-pa- n McKee, Sept. 9. nt present.-'- Mr. some hot weather Crowley were ended last week. There was no one board of Trustees at BooncvlUe electof ldamny and Rev. J. C. Brown Pnd Mrs. Anderson Sun-dasentenced to tho penitentiary from ed Mrs. Llzzlo Becknell, trustee of of this place held oervices here, Sunguests of Howard Manning, tho visthis County this term. Allen Morris District No. 3, Walnut Grovo, ovi?r day night. "Wo will organize ti Mr. and Mrs. V It. Dengo Jr., was Judged Insane and will be Billy B. Peters, four to nothing. Sunday AV. Roosevelt Club nt this place next ited friends at Duluth, sent to the Insane asylum at Lex- Aunt Rachel Mays of Buck Creek vis- Saturday night, nnd hopo to see nil Henry was in our midst, Saturday. school ited Martha E. Gentry, Thursday, ami who nro Interested In politics come baby were ington. The County Sunday Mrs. .Margaret Bongo and was held at tho Chrisleft for her home, Saturday. Esther out nnd be with us. Tho party nt I). guests of Mrc Lizzie Klmberlaln convention the astian church, Friday. Rev. Joplln, Terrah and Dclbcrt Gentry will lea, e, II. Wilson's, Friday night, wns very from Friday until Sunday. Our State President, presided, and gave the Cth, for Bcrca, where they will much enjoyed by the young people. sociation begins on Wednesday, the both in the Powell is selling out an Interesting addreos 25th. Sherman and evening sessions. D. (!. nnd Mrs. Tom Click to go away. Mr. AND BRIMSTONE" REPUDIATED parents nt "Whites Collier nnd his two boys, Hugh and East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Rlpf)-low- Ma-ri- lo ed, llJali ld Car-mac- Holllngsworth wero married, Wednesday, nt tho brldo's homo, Rev. Bryant officiating. The happy couplo left, Saturday, for Richmond, Irvlno nnd other points to visit relatives nnd friends. After returning then will s hero. Wo wish them- a long nnd hnppy life. Miss Murt Johnson of Indianapolis, Ind., is visiting her parents, Mr. and '.Mrs. Jno. Johnson, EASY TO MAKE BARREL BOAT nt this place. Chas. Flanery left, Timbers Attached Prevent Capsizing Wednesday, for Kiioxvllle, Tcnnessco, and May De Constructed by whero ho cxectB to outer an AgriAny Handy Boy. cultural school. The Messrs. J, R. A boat that nny handy boy can Tvrrlll, Chns. Evans r.nd James God-sc- y wero In Ohio tho first of Inst easily make Is constructed of a barweek looking for farm locations for rel which Is kept with the opening lgl3, Miss Alberta Norvcll nccinpan', cut In one side up by two 4 by tlmberi and two tie pieces, 2 by 4, ed by Miss Gertmdo Bratcher sjient ays the Popular Mechanics. The bnlurday night with tho former'H length of these pieces will depend parents at Whites Station, Mr. Paul on the size of the barrel. Johnson nnd Miss lola Ilnrrls A good watertight barrel should be were married, Saturday night, nt tho homo selected and an opening cut In the of the officiating minister, the Rev. center between the hoops, of auch a size ns to allow the body of the ocBryant, near Big Hill. They Immediately returnd to tho brldo's homo cupant room for hnndllng an oar. The timbers nre attached to the barrel hero, whero they will reside. Our best with Iron straps plecei of old hoops wishes aro with them. Mrs. Pleas Evans hns been seriously 111 for som tlmo but Is much Imptovod now. re-sl- SoiiethinG Little-One- y. Tyncr, Sept. 8. Miss Ethel Nautt have aud Ellen E3tes of London the been visiting in this vicinity past week. Charlie Simpson of LouisEllas ville Is visiting home folks. Simpson of Plnkard was visiting hera W. It. Reynolds sold c. recently. $165. W. J. Jones Is Immulo for Saturday proving. The box supper, night, at Blooming Grove church was All tho boxes were n success. sold for something over $30. Charlie Hamilton and l3aac F. Itcynolds won membership to Kentucky State fair Several farm boys encampment. from hero contemplate attending the Owsley County fair next week. Mrs. AVIlllo Anderson of near Greenhall, vas Interred In Tync" burying ground The burial ceremonies Thursday. wero conducted by tho Knights of Plthias of Fall Rock lodge. Sirs. Mary Doughty of Titls Is visiting in this vicinity. GRAYI1AVTK Harry, left, this morning to attend Mr. the State fair at Louisville. Graham, of New York, has been the guest of Mrs. Isaac Messier for the past week. She with .Mrs. Messier will visit the Hindman school she returns to her home. The of tho first County Convention King's Daughters was held at Gray Hawk, Saturday. Mrs. J. K. Sparks leader of tho Silver Lining Circle at .McKeo presided. Mrs. J. W. Jef ferson, State President, of Louisville was present and gave a most delightful talk in the morning nft.'r which the convention adjourned fo. At the afternoon session dinner. Mrs. Jcfforson presided and gave the members many helpful Ideas and suggestions for their circle. She was fol be-fo- ro "FIRE lowed by Mrs. Graham who gave a most Interesting talk on tho Women cf the different Nations of whom sho Grace Engle left had vlslted.-W- lss today for Berea where she will at tend school this year. Sheriff Lit- r The convention of Bible students nt Glen Echo Park, Washington, D. C, whether they anticipated it or not, struck a high key and won notoriety by their now famous resolution declaring that there is no longer nny ground for belief in the "Hell-firand Brimstone" theory of future punishment formerly preached. The comments upon this net ion of the convention were a distinct surprise to the members of the convention ns well ns to a great many others, nnd the prophecy of tho author of the resolution, that it would crtate a situation that would enable ministers to declare publicly what they freely admit jirivately, seems to havo been fulfilled, for representative ministers in nearly nil tho Protestant denominations hastened to declare that they do not now believe in this doctrine of The "Dark xges" nor have they believed it nnd preached it for years, nud one English divine makes bold to sny that, if the doctrine is believed in America the American, religious public is generations behind the English. Hut, to show that they are not behind the times, prominent ministers of the Presbyterian nnd .Methodist churches, some bishops of the Catholic church, and at least one Jewish Hnbbi, unite in saying that they do uot believe iu the doctrine, and that they do not know any miuisters iu their churches that do uow believe nud preach it. inter-nationo Big Hill, Sept. 8. Little Edith Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Wilson, fell and cut her leg Just helotf tho knee very badly. Dr. Settle was the attending physl-daWIIllo Hayes, for tho last four weeks, has been under treatment with the Drs. Bert nnd Hugh Gibson of Richmond. For tho last week no has been slowly improving. Hugh Norvei Is spending n few days at P. Hayes' .'.Mr. Thomas Baker nnd sister, Myrtle, brought their cousins, Mr. Bird Baker's two daughters, cf Lexington, and Miss Minnie Cllmer t.f Tennessee t Rig Hill to view the old homestead, and burial ground of Si Baker, their grandfather. Mr. Jessie Neeley has boon sick for about two weeks. Marcus Settle has been sl;ic but Is well again. n. Illli llll.l. A Barrel float. The two tie pieces are put serosa the timbers at tho ends of the barrel and spiked tn place. The boat la to be prupelled with a single, double-enpaddle. There Is no danger of the boat capsizing or the water splashing into the barrel. will do. d Why Tommy Was (Bad. Small Tommy's father had been elected commander of the 0. A. R. post, and the little fellow could not conceal hla Joy when he heard the newa. "I'm jutt "Oh. papal" exclaimed: awful glad you got elected." "Thnnk you, ray son," said the father, "but why are you so glad!" "Because now you'll havo all the Tommy. soldiers at your funeral," answered GARRARD COUNTY FAINT I.ICK. Paint Lick, Sept. S Tho Misses Maxlo Ponder, Clara and May Uow-li- u spent last Tuewlay with Mlaa tle Is taking in tho State fair this NATHANTON week. Gray Hawk, Sept. 8 Sherman Cul-tsold his five acres of land to w was freely and bountifully served. Mr. and Mrs. Bingham Shepherd and family of near Mt. Vernon arc visiting friends and relatives here. Miss island Lola Morris and brother of City were visiting at this place, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Riley Cook who has been in the C. Holcomb and family of Oklahoma, I". S. army for three years has returnhave returned after an extended vis-ed home to stay for a while. W. A. with friends and relatives of this Hunter made a business trip to G. Mrs. Wm. Anderson who has W. Hays, the Sth. Miss Lola Bing- place. for was visiting 'Miss Sudlo Hayes, been a sufferer from dropsy ham some time died last Wednesday. Saturday night. Mc-K- co It Carter Fenlngton for one hundred and twenty-fiv- e dollars and bought three pcTcs from Mary Allen for 75 dollars. The King's Daughters circle of nnd Gray Hawk met at Gray Hawk with King's Daughters vlsitora from other circles. They had a delightful dinner, good lectures and all seemed to have a delightful time. Nathanton, Sept. 7. The teachers association at this place, Saturday, About was attended by many. three hundred woie present, all boomof ed to greatly enjoy tho events the day, especially the dinner which TOITKTT Sept. 7. Wo are having very dry weather. Several Eome in this vicinity attended tho Laurel County fair. All report a nice time. The debating society meets at Flat Lick every Friday night. C. II. Cook and Luther Howies, traveling salesmen, left last Monday for Porry and Leslie counties. David Flanery passed thru this place this week. J. J. Hruraback has purchased thrco mulo rORJs.-- I. R. Cook who has been away for four years, three years of which was in tho U. S. army, returned to his home tho Cth. Wo aro all glad to meet him again. Isaac Bowles will leavo tho 8th to enter school nt Uerca. Tho Sunday school held nt Oak Grovo evory Sunday at 2:20 p. m. Is progressing nicely. J. D. Spur-lec- k lost a nice mule. "Miss Belle Flanery from Greenhall visited John W. Anderson, Saturday. I'A it HOT Parrot, Sept. 7. Tho farmers of this vicinity aro beginning to take care of their fodder. The Infant cf Mr. and Mrs. John Harris Is very low with pneumonia fovor, and not expected to livo. Lcander Gabbard who has been sa low with typhoid fever Is slowly Improving. Ed Mooro nnd his now brldo, formerly Mlsi Lucy Wathen, of this placo left for Hamilton, O., last Saturday to maltnj their homo. Mrs. Maria Gabbard, daughter, Eva, did niece, Miss Lucy Price, visited 7.1r3. Leatha Tussey o; Mlddlo Fork, Sunday. Married Sopt. Sth. Mr. Isaac Cornett of this place to Miss Fanny Heilard, of near Isaacs. 'Much joy and success to them Is tho wleh of tho writer. OWSLEYCOUNTY cow :iu:i:k Cow Creek, Sept. 7. Our farmers are very busy saving fodder. Jas. U. Gabbard was appointed trustee of Division No. 2, sub dlst. No. 1. D. G. Reynolds is preparing to sow twenty-flv- o bushels of wheat this fall. Bony Callahan had his homo last week. J. K. Gabbard has been sick for tho pact week but Is better. Tho Esau school boys played the Boonevlllo tram last Saturday and wero defeated by a score of 15 to 7 John Frost, Jr., Is teaching an excellent school at Esau. He visited A. J. Bccknell's school, Friday, at tho mouth of Lower Wolf n Creek. Rev. John Mason of serpreached an Interesting mon at Esau, Sunday morning. Bro. liel Wilder has Just received n nice supply of fresh groceries from Lex ington. Miss Mae Eversole and brother, Clark, of South Fork visit-ite- d Miss Mao and Ralph Minter, Sunday. Moredlth Gabbard and family from Hamilton, O., aftor visiting a week with relatives at this plaw havo returned home accompanied by Meredith's father nnd mother, Mr. snd Mrs. J. L. Gabbard, who will spend a couple of weeks with them nt Hamilton. Rev. Elmer E. Gabbard dollvercd his last sermon nt Esau, Sunday, for this year. Ho took as a Bubject, "The Building of God's Temple." It was considered a greatwrinon. Mr. and Mrs. Gabbard loft, Thursday, for Berea, whore ho will bp In school for the next nine months. Rice-tow- Prlvctt, The Resolution as adopted in Washington follow: RESOLVED: That it is the tense of the International Bible Students delegates here assembled, that we do not find or place the Bible to teach the doctrine of a literal of "fire and brimstone'' for the punishment of the wicked; but of the formation of the creeds of the Midthat secular history dle Ages reveals the fact that for xarious reasons cither wisely was ndded lb or unwisely, the doctrine of torment in "hell-fire- " the Gospel as taught by Jesus and the Twelve ApnMles, necesi-fatinmany ridiculous interpretations of the Lord's parables. We, therefore, now unreservedly repudiate as thoroughly the teaching of a place, state or condition of a literal "lake of fire and brimstone" for the torment of the wicked ; nnd, further, we believe from mnnv personal testimonials that the vast majority of ministers of all Protestant denominations bare theory, but have for privately repudiated the "hell-firegood reasons heitnted to fully inform their congregations; and, further, we believe, on this account thousands and perhaps tens of thousands are being driven into skepticism or infidelity; therefore, it is further RESOLVED: That we appeal to every minister in the United States, to publish in his local newspaper, over his own signature, a statement declaring whether nr not he believes the Bible to teach the doctrine of a literal lake of fire and brimstone as a place, state or condition for the eternal punishment of the wicked, and that every Editor of a newspaper in the United States be requested to invite the ministers of his constituency We to avail themselves of Ills columns for their statement. believe that in this one act, they can jut now serve their readers better than in any other way; and be it further RESOLVED: That the Secretary of this Convention lie instructed and authorized to mall a printed copy of this Resolution to every Minister and Editor in the United States. After a general nnd full discussion, the matter was put to a vote, and unanimously adopted by the Association. hell-fire" g " Mr. nnd Mrs. Cato May Anderson. uru Gulnn formerly of this placo rejoicing over tho arrival of a pair Department of Berea College Mrs. Daa of twins, a girl and a 1h lu-- r daughter, Bodkins Is visiting (Tho Citizen is a specimen of Revival hervlees Mtb. Cale Gulnn. our work.) Raptlet wire closed at Wallaceton church by the Rev. Duko last SunHAND-BILU- , PRINTS LETTERday night wltli twenty nine nddltlous. SERHEADS, CARDS. REPORTS, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gabbard wero tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor MONS AND BOOKS IN THE BEST Bodkins last Sunday. J.Mr, nnd Mrs. LOWEST AND AT MANNER. Loti Stowe and family were guests of PRICES. Rose Lnln and family last Sunday. .Mrs. Ellen Ballard is now stayln,; Your patronage t asked to help with her brother, Mr. John Wyle students, nnd to Insure Dlllard Gubhard has returned homo your sotting your money's worth, comafter visiting relatives In this and munity for n fow days. Mr. CALL AT THE OFFICE On SEND Mrs. G. B. Gabbard wero tho guests ORDERS BY MAIL YOU WILL GET of Mr. W. R. Gabbard and family last Sunday. Chester Blantun wan tho SATISFACTION. TERMS CASIL ADguest of his sister, Mary Gabbard, DRESS last Sunday night. Berea Printing School ROCKCASTLE COUNTY .ri.i:v. Berea Printing School BEREA, KY. enter school. Minter Day has opened a new stoio near Blako and is dolus a nlco business. Aunt Nancy Bowman who fell and broho her leg some tlmo ago Is Improving rapidly. Martha ii Gentry has Just purchased a nlco lot or furnlturo from G. W. (iarrttt of Born to tho wtfo cf ii. Boonevill;. Huff, a fine girl. Her name Is Ora. Tho graded school at this placo is progressing nicely with ono hundred and thirty m attendance. W. J. Gentry left, Sunday, to meet the commanding officer of Columbus barracks at Jackson, Breathitt County, to maUo u statement in regard to tho arrtit and Harris, deserters of Hensley from the army. Landran Holcomb of Oklahoma la visiting friends in this neighborhood. MIbs Fannie Pierson or Nathanton 1b visiting friends nt Island City this week. James Kelley has his broom factcy in perfect condition and is ready to do work. W. J. Gentry sold his yellow horso at tho London fair for thrco hundred and twenty flvo dollars. H. C. FulUr and son who havo been hero for the past four weeks having his lumber hauled to Idamay left, Monday, for his homo at Finley, Ohio. Sebastian, Sept. KKH.tSTIAN 3. Corn crops of the young people from this vicinity will leave for Berea today where they will enter school. Chester Mackentlro of Iondon was patent, here, Monday, delivering right churns. Wm. Biggs and Marion Peters are building a chimney for J. Smith. Clydo Flanery Is attending school nt Buck Creek. M. C. Hughes has bought a two horso wheat drill. Many MADISON COUNTY KINONTON Kingston, Sept. 9. 'Miss Nannlo Morris and Waller Iiwbon siieut last week with frtouds and relatives In Jackson County. Mrs, Mr. nnd Roy HudKon of Mlddlctown, Ohio, aro spending a fow weeks with relative's at this placo and Dreyfus. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Ilazolwood aro rejoicing over tho arrival of n boy. Lewis Sandlln is visiting relatives iu Jackson County this week. Mrs. Hubert Nlctly la very sick. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Coylo of Bor"a aixmt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 1 Guuley. Sept. 7. J. E. Griffey got one of his fingers cut. off while un loading a car of steel. Born to Mr. ey nnd Mrs. Melvln Baructt, a Morris was badly hurt In W. I. SKrks' quarry, the 29th of August. on - Clar Allen struck Jack Scott the head and hurt him very badly. To those whs have children te edunt Tho filth Saturday meeting cate and wish to reside In Berea for Union was a success. The meeting nt New Bethel broke up with 3t! a longer or shorter time to enjoy It additions to the church. Mrs. I. ('. Bullock has gono to East Bernstadt educational advantages, the College to seo her daughter. Mrs. Jno. Hoi- - has a number of houses, large an' onmb Is very low with typhoid fevvr. email, soma of them partly furnished, Jako Bonder's little son Is slc week. T. F. Bullock and Jake to rent on reasonable term. Address tills Ponder aro building a chimney for W. Ponder Is 'Mr. Charley May.-- J. Is Pick this week. W. E. Bullock at work at tho stone quarry for a THE COLLEGE TREASURER while. Taken up, ono stray brood BEREA, KY. mnro and colt that camo to my place tho 29th of Aug., J. C. Bullock. DKd, Sopt. 1st, Aunt Susan Robertson of old age. 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