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COMMON FIRE-BRAND Citizen fllo-ujcital- Knowledge topowtr a4tfat way to keep up with no&ra knowledge U to read good newspaper. People Oho Dollar a year. No. 12 Vol. XIV. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1012 Money For You In It When you get a chance like this at clothes like these you had better take advantage of it The profit is all yours. We are willing to give you our,profit as a means of clearing the summer stock. Out of tho West comes Gov. Johnson, third party VlcePresiden. tlal candidate out of the West to convert the slow and effete East. And the Governor can teach the East much much as to cam. palgn methods, much that had bettor remain untaught, if some of his utterances are to bo taken as oxamples of his spirit aud tho spirit of the party that he represents. Addressing tho Progressive convention in tho president's home state, he is said to havo characterized Mr. Tnfl as "the most humiliat. ing spectacle in American History," Gov. Johnson is a lie is not a progressive nor docs he seek progress. lie is a fomentor of revolution. His purpose is to infiamo the passions of the volatile and irresponsible, of tho ignorant and the prejudiced. He is the kind that schools anarchists and encourages men of ungoreruod passions to assassinate presidents. Cautious criticism in not to be condemned, but when criticism is lowered to the plane of vulgar abuse it i not criticism. It serves no wotlhy purpose. Not only is Governor Johnson doing great injustice to a great man, but ho is bringing into disrepute the highest office in tho land. The Governor haa been too neighborly with Mexico. He has imbibed Mexican methods and Mexican ideals. And his campaigning and the campaigning of those like him, if successful, can have nothing but Mexican results. How long will it be until wo shall not be electing presidents but shall witness the spectacle of the highest effice in the land going to the most ambitious the ono who, though defeated, can rally around him a largp.coterio of the disaffected and other reckless adventurers. One of Governor Johnson's own followers characterizes his onslaught on the President as "the utterance of a man utterly disti-tut- e of the attributes of a gentleman." It is consoling to remember that our worst abused havo been our best presidents. fire-bran- MR. FARMER Two Car Loads of Globe and Equity FERTILIZER For Fall sowing, just arrived. Trices interesting and terms liberal. See them before you buy. HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes and other good things to wear at less than they are worth. CHRISMAN'S "THE FURNITURE OUR UNITED STATES NEWS IN OWN MAN" R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY THIS WEEK'S ISSUE STATE WOULD NEWS not Uegloct Our readers should tho articles which aro apiearinK weekly under tho title "Homo Course In Domestic Science." This week tho subject l "llrcAkfast Suggestions. tho Whllo not evcryono can havo ouo menu given, nor would every want It, tho uugccstlona will bo helpful to every ono. La3t week's nrtlclo woa even moro valuable If that could bo pocslblo, and others aro to follow. An aitlclo beginning on tho front bepago should not bo neglected cause Its heading Ir becoming familiar to Citizen roadcro "Tho PrevenIts sussc-tlon- s tion of Consumption." and directions aro moro needed now than over, and ho Is guilty of criminal negligence and deserving of less and less pity, who, when tho knowleOgo of how to prevent or euro tho dreadful dlseaso Is pressed tieforo him, will pars It by and later suffer tho consequences. World Follows Dead Emperor to the Tomb Mexicans are Taking No tlce Peace Near between Turkey and Italy Outbreak In Santo Domingo. WOULD HONORS DCAD JAPANESE EMPEROR Tho second part of tho ceremonies counected with tho funeral of the in lato Japanese Emperor, began Tokio, the 13th, tho body of tho the Into ruler being started from capltol on its Journey to Monoyama for final burial. Tho ceremony was an Imposing one, the dignitaries of well tho naUon being present as as representatives from all tho great powers and many other nations. On all sides were evidences of mourning for tho nation loved MutsuhlP Virginia Outlaws Caught South CarOpposition Endorsed olina's Governor an Undesirable Cantrill has forlcovell's Place Health Exhibit Citizen Round up of New York at State Fair Not yet Settled the Assassins Another Airman ClaimCounty Seat Muddle Former Prised Canal to Open In 1013 Navy on Commissioner Diet, Grows New Library for Harvard Pugilist's Wife Suicides. TO OPPOSE CANTRILL Tho Progressive Committee of tho AND EDWARDS CAUGHT ALLEN Sidney Allen and Leslie Edwards, 7th Congressional District has nomintho last of the outlaws sought for ated Henry T. Duncan, a young lawtho shooting up cf tho Circuit Court yer of Lexington and defeated canroom at Hillsvllle, Va., tho 14th cf didate for Mayor of tho city, to opMarch, and tho killing of Judge Mas-sl- e, pose J. Campbell Cantrill for Conwere captured In Iowa last Sat- gress. Tho Republicans have not put out ' way, urday and are now on their guarded by detectives, to Virginia a candidate and If Mr. Duncan could Progfor trial. Two of the Allen gang get tho combined Republican are ressive voto, Inasmuch as there (s havo already been tried and coon to bo electrocuted. The arrest considerable opposition to Cantrill, was effected owing to tho dropping ho might stand some show for elecof tion. He has not, as yet, however, of a letter by the sweetheart announced his acceptance. Edwards. SOUTH CAROLINA'S GOVERNOR Governor Bleaso of South Carolina who recently camo Into undesirable owing to accusations prominence against him for malfeasance in office, has Just passed thru a cam FOR SCOVELL'S PLACE as a father. A gruesomo evidence of that lovo was the sulcldo of Gen. Nogl and his wlfo at tho end of tho day's ceremonies when tho cannon boomed tho announcing tho departure of funeral train. WHAT DOES YOUR DATE LABEL SAY? TELL US. CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE PAOE FirtST Editor! sis' Kentucky News World News United Stages News. Prevention of Consumption. PAGE TWO. great victory over tho Russians. It was ho that besieged and raptured Port Arthur and later won tho vie tory of Mukden. Tho suicide of tho General and the Countess, his wife, was in accordance with tho ancient religious custom of tho Japanese, It being considered just and holy to die in tho memory of a friend. but Tho tragic event, h'owover, emphasizes tho fact that an advance In material respects is easier than to make progress morally and religiously. "MEXICANS HEED WARNINGS The Mexican Revolutionists, as well havo as tho Federal Government, begun to rtallzo that Uncle Sam's Vatlcnco is about exhausted, and thero aro ovldcncea that recent warnings havo been heeded, tho Revolutionists having struck camp along Gen. Nogl shared with Field Marshal Oyama Uio highest honors In tho Editorial. Tho Expected iris Happened. Tries t Smoko Powers Out. Temperance Notes. Heart to Heart Talks. PAQE THREE Our Teachers Department. Homo Course In Domestic Science. Sermon. Sunday School Lesson, PAGE FOUR Locals. Homo Town Helps. .Kitchen Cabinet PAGE FIVE Shall Women Vote? Improved Educational Conditions. PAQB SIX tho border and disappeared toward South. Orders had been given tho border patrol to Interfere If tho contemplated attack on Augua Prletn, which would havo endangered American Citizens across the international boundary, had been made. It Is reported, however, that outbreaks oven moro serious against tho Government aro growing thruout tho country, and tho end cannot be foreseen. Madaro, tho Revolutionist, made himself President, and it is not to be wondered at that ho Is bcst with revolutions, nor will It bo surprising If bis Government is overthrown. tho PEACE COMING DETWEEN TURKEY AND ITALY It Is reported that the) i pcaco negotiations botwcefi Turkey aud Italy aro progressing favorably. So far as tho terms aro known, It is stated lhat Turkey will assent to tho occupation by Italy of the Coast and oven refrain from Opposing tho annexation of the Interior. Italy, on tho other band. Is to (Coatlnurd on NEW YORK ASSASSINS CAUGHT Scovell. Gyp, tho Blood and Lefty Louie, A CREDITABLE EXHIBIT accused of having been connected An Interesting exhibit at the state with tho assassination of Rosenthal, tho gambler, some weeks ago, and fair was that of tho health boards and whoeo whereabouts have been sought of tho state, Jefferson County city of Louisville. Much of the exover since, were captured In Brooklyn, Saturday. They aro thought to hibit was of an educational nature, much literature In the form of pambe tho real assassins and it is claim ed that they were employed by tho phlets showing tho nature of the police authorities. Tho assassination various diseases that can bo avoided Directions Issued by the State Board of Health Is supposed to havo been due to tho by proper caro and salntary measures, threatened expoauie of Police Graft being distributed. A moving picture To tho Health Officials, Physicians stant and serious danger. This is by Rosenthal. entertainment on health subjects, accompanied by lectures, was a great and Peoplo of Kentucky: nono tho less true because the disDEATH TOLL OF THE P Consumption is tho most common ease may not develop so that It can Week after wock announcement Is attraction to the crowds. The exhibit was provided for by and fatal dlseaso with which the peo- bo recognized tor months or even mado of tho death cf one airman af- plo of Kentucky are afflicted. It pro- je.irs. These dangers exist to a less Continued on F(c Two Continiwd on Tmgt Two duces moro than twice as many deaths extent also In public buildings and by as any other disease, causing ono rooms frequented and infected death out of every ctx, as shown by carelpss consumptives. tho oflctal certificates returned to Being confident that consumption tho Bureau of Vital Statistics for could bo practically exterminated If tho first seven months of tho year tho medical profession and pcopla 1911. Our reports show that thore could be made to realize tho importhavo been 0,085 ca3cs of tuberculosis ance of destroying tho sputum from under treatment by tho doctors of every ono afflicted with the disease, Kentucky slnco January 1, 1911, and tho following rules have been preparthat '3,225 have died In seven months ed with caro, and should be dissemto see us about your Roof. Winter will be here since, tho death rate being C3 per inated, and aa occasion requires, obsoon. Orders are coming in fast. The price oi cent served by all afflicted persons and Ab it Is now definitely known to families, and all others interested In steel is advancing rapidly. The Best Time is bo a communlcablo germ dlseaso, a public welfare: Right Now. TJrop us a card in order to get you largo part of this sickness and mort on our list. 1. Every person who has an habiality can and ought to bo preventtual cough and expectoration should ed. Careful and extended investigation and observation has demon- havo a microscopical examination of sputum made to ascertain It It strated that tho chief source of the "It thirats and burnt for distinction! and. If possible, It will have It, Is It unreasonable, then, to expect that tome men, possessed of the loftiest gonlut, coupled with ambition tufficient to puth to the utmost etretoh, will at tome time spring up among utT And whtn tuch a one does. It will require the people to be united with etch other, atttchtd to the government and laws, and generally Intelligent, to tuecettfully frustrate hit design. "Distinction will be hit paramount object, and although he would aa willingly acquire it by doing good at harm, yet nothing left In the way of building up he would eit down boldly to the task of pulling down. Here, then, la a probable cate, highly dangerous." From Mr. Lin col n't 8peeoh Before the Young Men'e Lyceum, Springfield, IIL From The Omaha Dally Bee, March It. 113. paign for for Governor, and on tho faco of tho returns was successful over all opponents. of But slnco the election charges gross frauds havo been made and it Is likely that In the Impending contest tho Governor will lose out and the state bo rid of ita abnoxlous head. Tho recent death of Dr. M. A. Scovell, director of the Agricultural Experiment Station at Lexlngon, has left a vacancy bard to fill. The readers of The Citizen will remember Dr. Scovell, ho himself and his department having been frequent contributors to our agricultural department. Dr. Joseph H. Castle, now head Departof the Chemical Research ment of the station, has been unanimously endorsed by the alumni cf the State University to succeed Dr. Prevention of Consumption AIR-SHI- NOW IS THE TIME Serial Story. PAQB SEVEN Iataaslve Faming Fruit Trco Notes. Degln Early to Train the Colt. PACUC EI OUT Eastern Kentucky News. Editorial. New Story. - Trl-pcllt- an ri t Two) danger Is from tho sputum or ex pectorated matter of consumptives, which contains tho germs or seed of tho dlseaso In countless numbers, and that such sputum Is cspecallly dangerous after it has dried. Tho germs may be constantly found In tho air and dust from the carpets walls and furnishings of rooms, occupied by consumptives, whero every precaution Is not taken to collect and disinfect such Bputum as fast as It is expectorated. Most patients constantly re- Infect themselves by falling to de stroy their Ownsputum, and other' suscoptiblo persons inhaling the air of such rooms are exposed to con contains tho germs cf consumption. Until this can bo done, or it the germa are formed, all of the sputum should bo carefully and systematically, collected and destroyed or disinfected for bis own protection, as well as that of bthors. 2. Every partlclo of tho sputum should be received upon soft paper and promptly burned, or Into cuspidors containing a solution of chloride of Mmo? four ounces to a gallon of water, or of equivalent strength, aadattch cuspidors should bo washed. daleyVia boiling water. Cuspidors In 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. Jus like your Galvanized fence so your Galvanized Roofing will rust if you get the cheap kind. heieUeas and-othe- r public places, ueidjfey consumptives, should have Page Two. v THE CITIZEN Bpcclal September collection of books. When 10, 1912, THE EXPECTED HAS HAPPENED over tho net rovenuo of June, 1911, TAKUM FAOTUMU. It ahowa that during the fiscal Pnt the namo of Lieutenant Taknm Frankfort, Ky Sept. 9, 1912. year ending Juno 30, 1912, to- Faotumu of Japan high up In the lUt A family newspaper for ll that It right. Thero has been great rejoicing In tho tnl operating revenues Increasof heroes. true and Interesting; 23 per rallo of lino, operatDo yon remembar how the world was Stato admlnlatratlon circlet orcr tho ed shocked a few month ago by the ap- prospect of meeting tho Treasury ing expenses Increased J 83 per mile rubtlthtd rrtry ThurnUr at Iterra, Ky. palling loss of nil the Ikes of the off- deficit by tho Incroato In tho valuu- - of line, leaving a decrease In net !. fMH.l.l... rovenuo of $C0 per mllo of lino. An icers nnd men on a submarine vessel of linn tt BEREA PUBLISHING CO. .M.Mnl the Japaneao nary? of tho Stato'a ble cornorntlnna. Tho IncTcaso of $4S In taxes and a (I n fwp nrn I A ) Now a writer In one of In net rovenuo from outside J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. Journals gives the detail. the scientific I hundred million Incr.'aso In tho ossess- n.llt W nil 1,1 lin,A a,I1a.1 nulln II. operations resulted In a docroaso in The submarine, commanded by Men.. n Subscription Rates operating Incomo ct 9112 per mllo tenant Faotumu, failed to rlae, at waa ' TAYABUt IN ABVANCK toar(? of VtluaUon persisted In of lino for tho year. Tills Is equiva shown by the records when the vessel fi.oo One year lent to a decrease In tho operating waa raised, on account of.,ns lhftt 11,0 corporations would 60 , Alt Month copt this Increased valuation with. Income of Uio 215,000 miles of line failure In the apparatus. 15 Three Montht The discovery was made about to ut resistance In tho courts, but tho to, which these -- oporto have applied I public at large had no such hope. It on tho avorago of $21,000,000. or Itinrrno Monrv o'clock In tho forenoon. Send mnnrv hv Order. Draft. RrsUlereil Letter, or one and two Down under fathoms of sea water, may be' remembered that In tlu cent aumpa. to ftce with approaching death, I vnM 0f tho State somo name on label ahowa to The date after months ago WORLD NEWS what dite vour atitwcrlMion were asked to wait chanaed within three Continued ft on I'lrit Page niitu iuo niurj ui iuo insi Hours, lis notify tut n"d 800 " U 0 MnUcr WM Mlulna numben wilt be audir atinmled If we wrote the full account up to 12 JO. and j0"? " jC up ,or a "umber of years rccognlzo tho religious jurisdiction of are nottnea his last wonis were: Fine rremltimt alren for new aubacrlntlona tho Sultan in the Libyan provlnco anil "Respiration Is becoming eitraordl- - nnd lt 100 corporations did not ana prompt renewal, pena tor rremiara 1,111 grant Turkey an IrroJocmablo loan difficult I am breathing gaao- - "" w,n out- Liberal termn siren to mv who obtain new ubacriptlona for us. Any one aendlne in four lino." Tho beginning of tho struggle waa of one hundred nnd twenty million yearly aubacrlptionican teceiTeTheCUii llo told about tho efforts to raise the nnnounccd from Jackson, Ky., forhfmnrlf for one jear dollars, tho Interest of which Is to Advertising ratraon application. of tho despair thnt settled down day, whero tho Federal Court is la bo secuicd by Italy's retention of cerupon officers nnd men, of how the session, Judgo Cochran having grantAegean Sea which MFMMt OF lights went out, how they Bat In gloom ed a restraining order against tho tain Islands In tho uho has taken but over which tho nnd how he was writing his final Hoard of Valuation nnd Assessment, Sultan is to prescrvo a nominal sovcr- words In the darkness details of Inter -est to tho world from which they wore at tho instance of tho L. and N., pro- - ignty. nibiung them from apportioning the j IU5VOLUTION IN SANTO eternally shut out franchise among tho coun- - . MINGO But the finest words of all, words which evidence the gnllant spirit of tbo t,es ftni1 taxing districts. At tho samo Tho Stato Department received tlmo the L. and N. presented n vouch- - dlsnatchea lost Friilnv tr dm heroic lieutenant, were these: r. KKNTUCKY PRIWS ASSOCIATION, "I respectfully request thnt none of or to (ho Stato Treasury for tho feit that. in tho families of my subordinates shall-- franchise tax under the old valuation. Domingo had sclztd virtually all suffer. ine omy uung i am anxious This vouchor was refused and tho 'tho custom hcuses nlontr tl.o OURS TOO about is this." I so nc-aoe The Citizen tho structure Is completed only thrno other Libraries In Uio country will Library, New York Public Library and tho Uoston lubllo Library. It Is to tako tho placo of tho present Library, Coro Hall, which now houses Tho now nulldln? books. 500,000 of will havo stacks with 69 miles shelving which will accemmodato 2,- 600,000 volumes. It will havo prlvtto (ConducU.1 by tha National Woman'a Chrlatl&n Tetnperanca Union.) study rooms, 1'rotesccrs rooms, re rest search rooms, lunch rooms. rooms and will bo complcto In itself, DIDNT LIKE THE GROG SHOP and with all. a great adornment to Praaldent Lincoln Expratata Hla Faal-- I tho Harvard campus. Inga to Prlvata About to Enter ruaiLisvs wife suicidks Waehlngton Tavern. Tho wlfo ef Jack Johnson, world'a pugilist, who champion heavy-weig"'I waa a private) In on of the westIh reputed to bo n whlto woman, ern regiments that arrived first in committed culcldo last week In their Washington after tho call for 76,000," Chicago home. She gavo as hor rea said an old soldier, "Wo wer marcha ing through tha city amid great crowds son that sho was tired of being outcast, claiming that Hot of cheering people, and then after gosocial ing into camp were gtron leave to see even negroes respected her. the town. PLAQUE AMONG HORSES "Uke many others of our bora, the Kansas Is afflicted with a plaguo saloon or tavern was the flrat thing among horses, which It said to we hit With my comrade I wat Juat havo killed 20,000 within tho lost about to go Into the door of one of month, resulting lu a direct and in these placet when a hand was laid direct loss estimated at $C,000,OOJ, upon my arm, and looking up thoro Tho dlaenso Is found In 76 of Uio 103 waa Prealdent Lincoln from his great, counties and Is still unchecked. It Is height above me, a mere lad, regard ing tm with those kindly eyes and a a form of mcnnlngttls. pleasant smllo. "I was almoat dropped with tur--' To Break a Bottle Evtnty. but be held Soak a pleco of string In turpentine prise and baahfulneaa, I and tie It around tho glaaa juat where out hla hand and at took It ho shook you wlah tho break to como. Then hand! In strong wcatern faahlon fill the glass or bottle up to tho point and said: 'I don't like to tee our going Into these plaoee.' uniform with cold water, and set firs to tb string. Tho glnsa will snap all along That waa all he said. He turned lm- -' mediately and walked away; and we the heated line. passed on. W would not have gone Into that tavern for all the wealth of Washington city." ht fxeeed it In sUo, Uio Congressional Wfter"! hiV"?'T ly Mon-vess- I str. iii. exthe efforts of your friend to plain it." They say roan 13 mighty, Ho governs land and sea, HowlcIds a mighty scepter O'or lesser powcra that be; JAMES KNOX POLK. But a mighty power, nnd stronger The eleventh president of tho United Stntes was a nntlvo of Mecklenburg Man from his throno has hurled. oounty, N. CL, but spent most of bis life as n citizen of Tennessee, lie served For tho hand that rocks the cradle fourteen years In congress, was speaker for two terms and wn elected govconsuming needs. Is tho hand that rules tho world. ernor of Tennesseo In 1830. He was elected president in 7. To wisely utlllzo tho South' --Wo. Itoss Wallace. Henry Clay. Polk was a Democrat During bis presidency thedefeating Oregon resources so that they yield natural 'Men may rlso on stepping Btones boundary dispute was settled and tbo Mexican war was fought In private yet of their dead selves to higher life President Polk was unostentatious, frank and courteous. handsome proflti a present and He died at Nashville, Tenn., In 1840, n few months utter tils retirement from tho presibo conserved for future generations. things Tennyson. fifty-fiv8. To improvo tho South's high Truth Is tho highest thing a man dency, at the age of ways and railroads, rivers and har may keep. Chaucer. Find your niche, and fill It. bors, until they aro adequate to tho If fight Is on. Meanwhile, tho Treasury ticn frontier, theae being under It bo ever so little. If it Is only to faces needs of a mighty pocpio. a big deficit and the officials American supervision. 9. To Improvo our schools until bo a hewer of wood nnd a drawer of aro beginning to lay the blame Thcso custom houses aro controll- on every younz person in country or water, do something in this great tho preceding Republican ed by tho United States by treaty nml miifit twi nrntrrteil nt nil line- town may bo tralucd in efficiency, battlo for God and truth. Spurgoon. tlon. . . God gives U3 nil como small swcot health and character, and imbued arus. lne KK.tn.oou ,s mat. warsmps way TRIES TO SMOKE POWERS OUT with that wisd:m which Is knowledgo win im tuui to iuu ibiuuu uuu a To set the world rejoicing. detachment of soldiers may bo necand the capacity to uso It BarbourviHe, Ky., Sopt IS, 1912. Helen Somervllle. essary to mulct disturbances. school 10. To liuk moro closely II. H. Seavcy, Progressive candidate and home, farm and factory, so that IN OUR OWN STATE 'n for Congress in tho lllh District, UNITED STATES NEWS tho one may more benefit the other. (Continued from first pgt) few days ago challenged tho present 11. To aid. In these and other ways. Coatinurd f rm Pint Vtgt an appropriation of the Fiscal Court incumbent, Mr. Powers, to say what tho South to havo fourfold its present sometimes two and of Jefferson County and was under ho will do In case tho Houso of Rep- tcr another population, each of whom shall en tho direction of tho County health resentatives has to elect a Presi thrco at a tlmo. This Is getting to Joy "life, liberty and tho pursuit of officer. Tho example of Jefferson dent next spring, declaring that in bo such a common "cccurrenco that un happiness." County should bo followed by every tho event of neither candidate get- less tho persons aro of somo partic 12. Thus to mako for a Greater county In ting tho majority of tho electoral ular prominence nothing much Is the state that has a fair. Nation through a Greater South. voto, he will voto for Roosevelt It said about It Tho most recent toll NOT YET SETTLED How hard it is to do tho thing that Excitement Is running high in be is sent to Congress by tho 11th that tho sport or profession has tak needs most to be done. How cajy the new county of McCreary ov-- t District. Tho tactlcn o the Progres- en is that of Paul Pcck, wen known to fritter away our time on useless tho recent election to decide tho lo- sives is mado plain by Mr. Scavoy's In Kentucky, who was killed nt Chi and noncscntlal things. And just so cation of tho county seat lt was proposition. Their only hopo Is to cago tho mlddio of last week. As uswith our thought also It runs lu claimed on the faco of the returns carry tho election Into tbo Houso ual, lt la reported that ho ventured tho channels of least resistance. It is that WhltUy City had won, nnd it a faint hope but It would create In tho air when tho winds wcro un easy to think about politics; lt is was so announced in Tho Citizen a disturbance and leavo things gen- certain, being of his easy to talk politics; it is easy to last week, But Pino Knot Is contest- - erally In tho air for quite a whllo new machine. CANAL TO BE OPENED IN 1913 become excited, to become dogmatic. Ing, the voto seeming to bo dos and tho party expects to profit And lt Is easy, meanwhile to nen- - nnd frauria nm rtnimH Announcement from tbo Navy De thereby. lect tho essential thing matters of tostanta which ore said to reduce tha I Meanwhile. - Mr. Powers coos merrl partment at Wathington states that tns rarm ana the nome. majority of Whltlev Cltv and clvo lv on. confident, lt would seem, of tho Panama Canal will bo open to Tho sooner wo can bring our the plum to Pine Knot Tho strlfo his ability to defeat both Scavey traffic In tho fall of 1913. Tho Atpolitics down to tho piano of tho almost resulted In a little war, both, and Smith. Ho certainly has no great lantic fleet will rendezvous at Co home, and tho farm, and tho store, sides being secretly armed, It Is .lovo for Mr. Taft, but, being a Re- - lon for tho opening. NAVY GROWINO And religion as well, and mako them rUiined, but tho matter has b?en : publican and on tho Republican ticket appropriation was mado taken to the courts, Judgo Dethur-- and expecting Republicans to elect of some real concern to llfo, the urn of tho Circuit Court granting n htm, ho could not afford to say that for but ono now battleship In tho bttor. growpontics ana politicians aro now writ of mandamus, sought by tho ad- - i ho Is for Roosevelt In a recent stato- - last Congress, tho Navy Is went ho almost answered Seavoy's ing qulto rapidly nono tho less, thero distracting, disturbing forces. They brents of Whitley City, compelling being 40 war vessels In tho bulldors Should bo far otherwise Both tho the election commissioners to declare question beforo it was asked, saying that- - lt tho Roosevelt convention had hands In various stages of completion tho vote. politicians and the preachers should six battleships of tho drcadnaugbt FORMER PRISON COMMISSIONER loft tho party and bad nominated bo confined to subjects of real Inhim as a truo Republican, thus stand typo, 11 torpedo boat destroyers, 17 DEAD terestnothing visionary but practi Harvy McCutcheon, lato member of lng by their declaration that be had submarines, l subraarlno tender, 2 sea cal, every day toplcrj. Politics should jnako lifo better, not worso. and tu0 stato Prison Board, died suddenly been robbed of tho nomination, ho going navy tugs, 1 gun boat and four colliers. These vessels, of courso, wero should make tho country better. Re- - at n,s nom nt South Union last Sat- - would havo supported him. provided for by provlous Congresses urdaJr- - 1,0 '""1 boca HI with rheuraa- Jlgion should do tho same, it should GREAT GIFT TO HARVARD BAD YEAR ON. RAILROADS lcol moro with matters of this llfo t,sra ,or a ,ow weeks but was not Harvard Collego Is to havo a now tfibout which wo do know something, thou8l,t to bo In danger. Ho was In Its summary of earnings and Library to cost over 11,000,000, tho or can know, and ltts about tho fu- - e,0cte(1 Prison Commissioner In 1901 expenses for June, 1912, the Bureau gift of Mrs. Goo. D. Wldencr of in 1908, being of Railway Economics iture life about which, to say tho least, and was shows that tbo Philadelphia, a memorial to her son, vote1 ,or botl1 b Hepubllcans we know very llttlo and can nover ami net revenuo of tho railroads for Harry Elklns Widoncr, who went In tho Legislature. hope, IM side tho grave, to know His rise in politics is duo to the lnfluenco tho month Increased about 48 cents down with the Titanic. Ono room moro. much for each day for each mllo of line In the Library Is to contain her son's of Sonator Ooobcl. nt 1 I J A fatmer, po3slbly having more interest In politics than his farming, iccently asked tho editor of a South era Agricultural paper to como out In the open and mako known his politics, and tho editor forthwith plat- following tho announced from, which, looked at from a farm end, theroforo, cor-er's stand-poitalnly not to tho detriment of any part of tho country, is about 03 good as cither of tho four or fivo great political parties havo put forth this year. Our farming Instinct for ces us to endorso It too: 1. To mako three bales of cotton grow whore ona grows now. 2. To mako fcrago crop3, grasses nnd pasture five times as good and 10 times as profitable ns at present. 3. To make fruits, vegetables , and ether crops better ia quantity, quali ty and profit 4. To enable tho South to mako ruoro and bettor corn, wheat, oats and other grain. C. To promoto Improved live stock until the South exports to the rest of the United States and to foreign countries a vast surplus of meats, butter, cheese, eggs and manufac turcs therefrom. distribution, bank C. To reform ing and currency, so as to mako uni versal more economic methods of marketing tho products of Southern farms and factories, forests and mines, and In supplying o'ur people's nt Mark you: In all tho writing there was no trace of any walling of regret because cruel fate, no mourning over tho untimely end of a brilliant career, no expression of fear, no appeal nnd no prayer. Simply, thero In the darkness of his death prison, with the fumes of tbo gasollno in his nostrils nnd with Death reaching for him at close quarters nnd with certain grip, ho was only "anxious" about the families of thoso who were to die with him. Can bravery furtbor go? Surely Japan will bo basely recreant to the memory of one of tho bravest men In the annnls of the Japanese annals noted for their etorios of Intrepid soldiers nnd seamen If It shall havo failed properly to provide for thoso families. And the world's history of gallant souls has been enriched by the story of this Japaneao officer who, dying, thonght not of himself, but only of tbo wives and children that would be be tt PUBLIC SALE OF LAND One of the Finest and Best Grass Farms in Madison CoHnty For Sale. I will Mil at patlic aactiaa ea the AVERAGE SALOON A NUISANCE Blue- - It la Generally Moat Dlaraputable Place In Community and Bureau of Information on All Vice. prrmitti aa Thursday, Sept. 26, '12 at 2 o'tUA P. M. mj lana al The average saloon Is tho most dlt-roputable place In the community; It Is a bureau of Information on vice; It la the flrat place ono would enter to Inquire tor a gambling hall or for dlaorderly bouae. It la likewise the flrat place vlalted by tho officers of the law when they are looking for a criminal and the first placo closed In case of riot or disturbance. These who defend the open saloon do It on the ground that It la a nocesaary evil and that the uae of liquor can bo hotter regulated by license than by prohibition It It nover defended on the ground that the saloon It a center of morale, an educational initiation, n aoclal aaaot or even an eco nomic advantage. The Commonor. TAVERN KEY TO GRAVEYARD 562 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, a part of tho J. D. Harris farm. ThU land consists of a tract of 429 acres alt In grass, which will be sold then separately lu two lots, and together, being knocked off which ever way that will bring tho most money, and thirdly A TRACT OF ABOUT U2 ACHES, tho land inherit ed from my mother. Mrs. John D. Harris. Tho first tract of 429 acres Is situ ated on tho L. nnd N. railroad with station adjoining, opposlto tho J. D. Harris rosldonco, now owned by C C. Coy. It fronts for moro than n mllo on Uio west side of tho Mens- This laus and Silver Creek plko. tract will bo divided Into two lots of 200 acres and 229 acres respectiv ely, the flrel, which lies next ti tho railroad with a long front on tho Menalnus pike, Is nil In gnus nnd hvell watered, has on lt a large to and bacco barn recently repaired, which will hold 30 or moro acres of tobacco; and also throo tenant houses. This Is one of the most deslrablo farms In Madison County, I reft QUOTATIONS "To deal honest with others is not so difficult. To compel others to deal honest with you that is power." "It is better to laugh at a joke you don't understand than to weep over Oate to Cemetery of Old Church Near Undeelgned StateBerlin Bear ment of draat Truth, U(m ftnd ftnd . re- is In condition to mako largo ,nvoBtmcnt turn8 on 7 ho other tract of 229 acres Is all In grass except thrco of four acres, has a long front on tbo Menalaus pike. Is well watered and Is a very There la said to be an old church near Berlin, Germany, which Is very attractive to tourlata. The graveyard back of the church Is kept locked, but on tho gate la the following notice: 'Tho key to the graveyard Is to be found in the tavern." This la an undealgned atatement of a great truth. A great army of mon annually find the key that opens the way for them Into the graveyard by going Into the tavern. They not only unlock- the graveyard to thatn-aelvbut oftentimes to Innocent children and helpless women who are dependent upon them. Southern "BUND TIGER" AND A SALOON In Characteristic Clinton, Howard Manner, Contraata Outlawed Hole With Legal Dram Shop. desirable farm both for grazing and cultivation. The third tract of 142 acres, known as tho Lako pasture, was Inherited from my mother, Mrs. Jno. D. Harris, and Is a flno pleco of land. It Is situated on tho railroad and the cast side of tho Menalaus plko. Thlt wholo farm Is fenced mainly with new wlro fencing, and is in fine condition of fertility. TEioia: Tho terms will bo one- third cash, and tho balance in one and two years with Interest at 6 por cent from dato. A general warrantee deed will bo given, and possesion will bo given January 1, 1913, Tho salo will tako placo at or near the largo barn on tho 200 tract Any ono wishing to seo tho land or got any information about it can oply to T. J. Curtis, Richmond, Ky., Phono No. 682. Howard N. Clinton, In his dry, tar- caatio way, thus contrasts tho outlawed "blind tiger" and the legal saloon: 'The bllnd tiger keeps drink on eale unlabeled, unadvertlsed, un-Inviting, and out of algbt; the saloon keeps drink for sale In a building with btg show windows on one of the best corners of the town, with lights and flno fixtures, and It gathers In crowds of men who stay late and treat each other over and over. What nonsense that 'a hole In the wall' could sell morel" Alcohollam and Tuberculoalt. The eminent Dr. Huchard, member of the academy of medicine, In a recent lecture, said: "After having made for two years pralaeworthy attempts to suppress contagion from bad dwellings, etc., the time has, perhaps, come when the commission against tuberculosis should tako up a phase of the question the Importance of which Is known to all and which Is of great urgency namely, the casual relation of alcoholism to tuberculoalt, and the extent to which the former Intensifies the latter. This Involves, naturally, the question of the saloon, which more and more Is becoming a social dan ger." Harm From Drlnklno. Not every man who drinks is a drunkard, but every man who drinks at all Is injured. It takes only a llttlo strong drink to hurt one's Docketbook. Injure one's brain and stamp one as a drinker and an associate of drinking people. Alcohol ( MRS. C. M. CLAY. Josso Cobb, Auctioneer. EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS' nt TRADE COPVRMHTS Ac. Anrona itaahia niuth and aaaarlsttMi hh VUllor mnun our UMimm I' vsMaar I tnfantlen U probably i ttona uiuirmnadanilWL IHSlslST fi ant frM. OU.H jilfthfurIIkma A hmIm Mlwt. wltbont auaye, la ta Dcaiens MARKS piiutA nrats SCttfflffC A fcuetoMtlr eauUoa of anf aoltaliaa aariaaronU,l. waaalf. air. Httral4 (taal, laaiait N a Ttnmi, jftttf KM SwUkaa dlra. Don't swallow whisky for erertt toothache, earache, headache, flnr. ohe, tldeache, backache, ttotnaeaV che or toeache. Alcohol It no i sil It lt a dacel re-a-il f-- Deceiver. September 19, 1912. THE CITIZEN. Pap;e Three. MOMnONAL OUR TEACHERS'DEPARTMENT Home Course Safety, Liberty and Sustenance By Rev. Parley E. Zartmann, D. D. Swxterr tl Ettemloa Edited by Prof. Charles D. Lewis SUNMYSCIIOOL Keeping oil the Brakes your voice, fnco and body, for all of tlieso parts of you aro engaged In correct oral reading, You may say that you havo no ono to teach you how to read this and other selections, but you are wrong. You can teach yourself If you will, Expression Is very largely a matter of Impression, and It you study any selection long and thoroly you can read It measurably well. Let mo advUo tho following course: First read tho entlro selection thru carefully, with tho Idea of getting thoroughly tho plan ot tho poem, tho purposo of tho author, and tho persons and things Introduced to bring out tho purpose. After seeing clearly that tho writer cared nothing for tho "Sir Men of Indostan" or tho elephant further tl an to uso them to bring out an Important prlnclplo of human life, and that this Is not a lesson to corrclalo with Geography or Naturo study, go through each stanza with great caro and mark thoso words ot first importance In bringing out tho central 1Wb with two lines beneath, and thoso of next' importance with ono liao. Having dono this you aro ready to read again, guided by the carefully thought out understanding ot tho IHttiu, so that you may glvo your f Ptiro attention to making your voico and general expression convey tho Ideas you may havo decided tho author meant tho words to convey. Carry this work until you feel as It tho thought ot tho poem was something of your own which you must glvo to tho child and you aro In condition to teach tbo lesson. Now go beforo tho class and read and discuss tho selection with them until they see It as you do. In tho beginning you had better suggest tho marking of tho words for emphasis, but later merely read and discuss and leave It to them to select and mark the words. This will tako ono lesson period. For tho next ask every ono to bo able to read tho first four stanzas as well or better than t DvMml 4 Moody OiUa CWet it- -, TEXT I am the doon by mo If any man enter In he shall be saved, and shall to In and out, and find pasture. John 10:t. The beauty and suggestlveneis of tbla entire chapter are hard to describe. of have been the charm and cheer thouaanda of They aalnta and hare been the call to many a tinner to foriake hli way In find and Chrlit the three great blessings promised In the text. The molt precious part of the chapter Is the picture which It gives us of Jesus as the Shepherd. of This work Jefus Is set forth In three aspects In the Scriptures. In John 10:11 be speaks of himself as the "good" Shepherd who glvtth his life for the sheep; and therefore he can be the door for the sheep. This answeie to Psalm 21. In Hebrews 13iJ0 we read of him as the "(rear Shepherd brought again from the dead, setting forth his work In caring for and perfecting the sheep; this aspect Is also emphasized In Psalms S3. In First Petor EM, which answers to Psalm 14, we read of Jesus as the "Chler 8hepherd coming In glory to give crowns of reward to the falthfuL The flguro of the door not only la beautiful, but It Illustrates a great necessity, for whn sin had separated us from fJod Jeeus opened the wall, placing himself In tho breach, and so has become the door between dark-net- s and light, danger and safetr. sin I and holiness, despair and hope, earth and heaven. you did. "He shall be saved." Here we have In this way thrco lesson periods the certainty of the gospel giving us aro occupied and a fourth may well everything In one word. Salvation Is bo taken In reading a reproduction the great Inclusive word of the gospel gathering Into Itself all the redempof tho story or rather tho tive acts and processes. Therefore thought of tho story. It is almost It was perfectly natural that Paul criminal to ask children to reproduno should say "I am not ashamed of the tho thought of somo poems, poems gospel of Christ, for It Is the power of i of high literary merit, such as Tho Qod unto salvation to everyone that Duglo Song, pags 177 of tho Fourth belleveth." There Is salvation for the Reader, but tho Blind Men and tho past, covering the guilt and penalty of Elephant has small literary sin; there Is salvation for the present, value covering the power of sin; there Is but Is full of moral, Intellectual and salvation for the future, covering the social value. It should mako a perpresence of sin when we are to be manent change in tho llfo and charperfectly conformed to the Image of acter of every child who takes it Christ No wonder the redeemed sinas a lesson In school, and will do so ner cries "Hallelujah, what a Savior!" if you teach as you should. The figure of the text Is a perpetIn all of tho other branches remem ual Illustration of tbo efficiency and ber to go slow and do your work extenslveness of salvation In Christ. I thoroughly. Never "Cut and Cover," "And shall go In and out" What a j beautiful Illustration of the happy life as tho former would say in regard of the believer and how aptly and comto plowing, for ground unbroken and pletely It answers those who say roots of filth unklllcd aro hard to that the Christian life Is a life of bonfind and reach later on, but nevsr dage. To make such a statement la to fear but that they will show In tho confess Ignorance ot the very fundacrop which will grow In tlmo to come. mental and primary blessing of ChrisC. D. L. tian life, for It knows no fear and constraint but It experiences full Joy G, A, R, RANKS THINNING and freedom tndoed. The child ot . Qod Is not bound by ruin as a slavo but Is guided by love as a son. and the , Los Angeles, Cal., Sept 17, 1912. farther he goes In his exporlenco the Tho National G. A. It, whose annual more he knows that thero la no narencampment just closed here, has rowness In Christ. been forced to ralso Its per capita "And find pasture." This makes tax In order to get necessary funds oxte think of the confidence expressed for tho organization. This raise !s In Psalins S3; the Lord Is my Shop-her- d I shall not want, and to realize not duJ to a demand tor moro money, that that covers every need ot the but to tho fact that tho ranks of human soul. What wealth ot provistho Grand Army are being thinned ion and what generosity ot supply one out so rapidly. In 1S30 thero wero finds In Christ Paul had tested this. four hundred thousand members in In Romans 8:33 ko says "He that good standing, but tho roll has spared not his own son, but delivered to half that number. him up for us all, how shall ho not der and. lavlshness, but thero was with him also freely giro us all economy and thrift as well, for Jesus thlngsr And In Pblllpptans 4.19 we gave careful directions as to the frag- read, "Ilut my Ood shall supply all jnenlt. The lavlshness Is shown by your need according to his riches In the fact that tho baskets Into which glory by Christ Jesus." There need tbo fragments were gathered were bo no lack ot food and rest Tho each large enough in which to sleep. Shepherd wants us to be nourished, Report of the Condition of THE BEREA BANK & TRUST CO., anQ sickly sheep are contrary to his Living Bread. doing business at the town of Bcrea, county of Madison, the State will. process was a of Kentucky, at the close of business on the 4th day of Sept., 1912. The The picture of Christ supplying our stinging conversation the Improvident rebuke to RESOURCES. every need Is carried Into the future orientals, and to tho present day prodiwhere we read (Revelations 7:18-17- ) , gals ot that wonderful bounty with Loans and Discounts $01,457.37 'They shall hunger no more; neither which Ood has blessed our land. , 10,160.05 thirst any more; neither shall the sun Ood gives to us fnat wo may use. Duo from National Banks , ; 4,055.50 Cash, and cash items light on them, nor any heat For the Is shared. Jesus, Overdrafts dies 1 .7 1,250.00 Lamb which Is In the midst of the Joy living unless it bread (John 6:48) will satis- Expenses, including interest and taxes paid tho 4,448.31 throne shall feed them, and shall lead fy hunger, and life, aa bread, generthem untol living fountains of waters; ates In 13,320.40 ..Vu. body heat, energy, Banking House and Lot and Ood shall wipe away all tears vitality, the human RO ho would feed Furniture aud Fixtures 3,820.12 .U.' power, eta, eyes." The text gives us V" , from their M , ' assurance when we are tho hungry soul ot mankind. We ' still further . $134,525,84 Total told that we shall find pasture. Christ have at band the Word; it is for lack " r ot It that men die in the deepest senso LIABILITIES gives all we need. The blessing of word. . the Christian life Is not an attainment of that poverty $25,000.00 Tho and perplexity of the Capital Stock paid in,...-.but an obtalnment David knew this 5,000.00 disciples in his presence and the pres- Surplus Fund when be poured out his joy In Psalms 0,501.01 . great need la being re- Undivided Troflt 13. Lot this be your song "I shall ence ot this 00,024.23 peated over and over today and yet it Individual deposits.. . not want" enough 8,000,00 . . .?. !,) The text Is really the gospel In a is absurd. We have not loaves to Bills Puyablo . . , . rT."... ot feed the multitude. Our tow simplicity by, me sentence. Note its $134,525.84 Total enter. Dut also Its ne- amusements, mental activities, etc., If any m we cessity by me. Just pass in by the will not feed them, but when theybreak STATE OFofKENTUCKV, 1 County HedUon. have unto thsm the Living Bread way of simple faith.. In Christ to this I, A. Isaacs, President of the above named- - Bank, do solemnly swear that blessing" oj safety, liberty enough and to spare. Tbo words ot three-tol- d the late Maltble Babcock are appro- the above statement Is hue to the best o( my knowledge and belief. ,and, sustenance, You say you are I A. ISAACS, President. priate In this connection: great sinner. Ko matter; you hare Subscribed and sworn to before me this lOthr day of, SepC, 1912. the loaf ,gret Savior. Just enter by the door, Back of th of theU flour snowy flour, the mill. And back JOHN P. DEAN. Nery Public; ;NoU the wldeaesa of the gospel any And back of the mill Is the wheat and My Commission expires at the end of the next session ofj the. Seriate. only condition Is that yo tho shower sum. The Correct Attest: And the aun, and the Father's wilt hall realist your need. JOHN F. DEAN, Directors. J. W. STEPHENS, R. H. CHRISMAN, ! Ueforo beginning upon my subject fop this week. I wish to comment upon a letter which I received a few young ladywho re(Mr K. O, BKI.t.F.Ilfl, Director of Evening days ago from a Department, The Moody Bible Institute, ported that sho had mado a success Chlcaco.) of tho "Menagerie," but hnd been to keep ono of her most Interesting nnlmals longer than a few LESSON FOR SEPT. 22. houra alive. It woa tho crawfish, who FEEDINQ THE FIVE THOUSAND. tofused to llvi, and It Is too bad, for ho 1h an Interesting fellow. LESSON TEXT Mark Now tho difficulty with Mr. CrawaOLDEN TEXT-'Ve- ius unto said fish probably waa that ho died for them, I am the bread ot llfe."-Jo- hn lack of air. Wo must remember that This parable marks the high level lio breathes tho nlr In tho water by ot tbo year of popularity In tho life of means ot gills which ara enclosed our Lord. It la such on Important beneath his hard shell and attached mlraclo as to bo tbo only ono recorded to tho baso of his legs. Either n by all four gospel writers. good supply of water must bo furnishTho returning disciples (r. 80) are urged by the Master to come with him ed, or It must bo frequently changed. into a desert place that they might If neither of these things Is con. rest, and also that be might comfort ventent, ono may put a small stono tho their hearts over the death of John In tho Jar which comes abovo tbo Baptist "They had no leisure." surfaco of tho water, for unllko tlio Jesus knew the need and also tbo fish, tho crawfish can brcatho for proper use ot leisure. But the multi- Bomo tlmo in tho air. tude would not grant this and flocked If theso cautlono arc observed I to his retreat In tho deaert They saw may haro had and followed that they might listen think that thoso who to his gracious words or behold some trouble will find that no member cf new wonder, but Jesus also saw and tho animal family wilt llvo In the ministered, v. 24. Carllslo said be saw school moro happily than tbo crawIn England "forty millions, mostly fish. fools." Not so with Jesus. Ho saw As to tho subject at tho beginand wob moved, not with sarcasm, but ning of this column, I do not want with compassion, which compassion any ono to think for a moment that took a tangable form of service. It Is i am going to glvo Instruction to Interesting to note In verse 34 that the compassion ot Jesus led him first ot log men or other teamsters. I have all to teach. It la better to teach a tho teachers and them only In mind man how to help himself than to help when I repeat, "Kcop on the Brakes." Most of tho schools over tho counthe man. We also infer from this verse that the soul of a man Is of try havo been In cession for about more voluo than his body. It Is not two months, and It tho courso of enough, however, to say, "Qod bices study has not kept them back tho you, be fed and warm," when a man chances aro that nlno out ot every Is hungry. So It Is that Jesus listened In to his dlctples when they saw the ten tcachcK oro too far along their text books. physical need of the multitude. A tow days ago I was talking with A Great Task. a young man In regard to what ho St John tells us in this connection had dono In Geography. He said that text of the conversation with Philip. Fbll- - ho had "Been through'' tho Ip lived in Dethsalda near by, yet to book thrco times tho lost school. feed this multitude was for him too Ho thought that ho was giving good great a task, even with his knowledge evidenco that ho was good In tho ot me resources at nana, jonn t:i-7- . rubjoct, but ho was not. Ho was Tot we need not be surprised at Phil- chiefly telling mo how poor his teachip's slowness ot faith. Moses In Uko manner was once nonplussed how to er had been. In another case ono teed six thousand In the wilderness, of our teachers was talking with a see Num. 11:21-23- . It Is not so much young lady in regard to her work, as to how great the need nor how lit- trying to convince her that sho was tle we possess, but rather Is the little not ablo to carry tho work of our given to God. first year Normal. Tho student said Another disciple, Andrew, who had with convincing pride, "I can eolvo discovered the Saviour unto Peter, dis every problem In nay's Practical covers aa though In desperation a boy Arithmetic.'' "Yes," replied tho teach-c- r, whose mother bad thoughtfully pro"but how many problems have you vided him with a lunch consisting of been given from outsldo of tho five barley biscuits and two small dried herring (John 6:9), at least that book?" "Not one" was tho answer. How many of your pupils, my dear much remained. It Is a great commentary upon the tide of interest at teachera, will havo to answer such this time that this boy should not a question In that way, olther In have eaten his lunch, for a boy's hun- words or by tho moro humiliating ger la proverbial. It Beems as though method of falling in an examination Jesus emphasizes the helplessness ot or in tho solving of some sltnplo but thn (1lrtri1f In nnlr that h mar ihnw his power. His command, "give yo Important problem In life? Put It down as a safo prlnclplo to them," (v. 37) teaches us that we are io give sucu aa wo nave, ooi iuur. iu follow that no book and no lesson others, nor do our charity by proxy. should bo taken twice. By this 1 Prov. 11:24, 25. do not mean that In no cases moro Again tbo Saviour asks his disciples than ono day should bo spent upon to ceo (v. 38) aa though he would ono lesson as given In tho booK. teach them the boundless resources ot for such Is by no means true, but his kingdom. Clvo what you haro and I do mean that If moro than ono day ho will bless and Increase It to the supplying ot tho needs ot the multi- - Is needed to get a lesson thoroughly tudo. The secret of success was when It shall bo divided and mastered part bo took the loaves and "looking up" at a tlmo. Tako, for example, the lesson la for Qod also saw on that day, and verso which you will tecah your publessed It We need to observo tbo systematic pils soon, as It Is part of tho work procedure. The people seated or re- planned for tho third month, found clining upon tho ground In ranks or on pago GS of tho Fourth Reader. by companies. Tho Master blessing To begin win. thero aro a few hours and breaking the boy's cakes and giving first to the disciples, for Cod only of wrk on tho part of tho teachor works such miracles through human ln getting ready to teach tho lesson. agencies, and then giving to tho peo- You must mako yourself ablo to ple. Tho result of this systematic, pro- read tho lesson to tho pupils In such did eat," and a way as to bo a model for their efcedure was further, they wercBatlsflod, v. 42. Not forts. Tho "Six men of Indostan," alone, however, was there Divine or- must becomo real to them through Lesson un-ab- lo 6:30-4- :. hunger. The majority of people will not care for the entire bill of fare, which, however. Is varied enough to please nny trute. Fruit should nlwnys form a part ot every breakfast. Nothing else can take Its pliii-- In spite of tho waitress at a certain hotel Initiating when I osked for fruit, "We hnren't any fruit, but we have several kinds of breakfast foods," Uncooked fruit Is better V. Some Breakfast for breakfast tlmn preserves, though much lex of the first Is seen on tbe Suggestions. table In country homes. A llttlo Jam or marmnladc or a fruit butter Is a delicious relish with tbe toast or hot By EDITH G. CHARLTON. In Charge of Domeitic Economy, Iowa bread at the end of the meal, A dainty breakfast dish which I State Collefe. havo enjoyed at 'homes where meat never appeared was designated by tho Copyrlfht, 1910, by Amerlc4n tint simple name fruit toast. To mako It Aueclttlon. toast 'slices of bread carefully and keep hot In the warming oven. To ono has acquired some ono cupful of strawberry or raspberry of food materials what their function Is In Julco bested to a boiling point add one-hatablcspoonful of cornstarch the body tho question that naturally arises Is what foods should diluted with a llttlo cold water. Cook bo combined in order to have a well until boiling, stirring constantly until Pour this over the slices balanced meal. Without doubt every thickened. kind of food has some value in the of toast and serve hot, with cream if diet nnd for some people Is a good desired. A cupful of the fruit sauco food. The qucstlou Is who may eat it, will be required for each three slices how much should be eaten and when. of bread. Bacon as It 8hould Be. Personal peculiarities must be taken Into consideration In the discussion of Bacon for breakfast Is appetizing food and food values. A safe rulo for and If properly cooked Is a dish so any person to follow Is to avoid any easy of digestion that It may be eaten food which disagrees with him. There by Invalids, and young children may Is always something else that will fur. be given bacon gravy. Out, Uko many nlsb an equal amount ot nourishment of our standard foods, It Is so slmplo and Oil nil tbo requirements of food. that Its preparation Is often neglected If cabbage and radishes make you un- and It comes to tho table grease soaked comfortable each time you partake of and unappetising. In order to slice bacon properly It must be cold and Arm. Cut off the rind and tough lower skin, then sllco very thin. Ilent a frying pan until It Is very hot placo the bacon In It and turn constantly until It Is crisp. Do not serve bacon that looks greasy and fat It must be dry, and each slice as it la fried should bo drained on brown paper before going to tho table. After frying threo or four slices or as many as can bo done at one time In the skillet pour out all tho fat and reheat the pan again. In Domestic Science t WHEN lf H'n"( A DAIXTT S1UEAJC7AST. &.4n them, why eat them at all? They are largely water, woody fiber, with some mineral matter and flavoring extracts, and any of these Ingredients can be obtained from any other vegetable or fruit and possibly at less cost to the digestive organs. Then, too, the matter of nourishment and cost should always bo considered when planning the meals for a day. When cucumbers, which are more than 00 per cent water, are selling for 25 cents aplcco tho housekeeper Is hardly excusable If she provides them for her family at tbo expense of eggs, milk, bread or some other food from Eggs which nourishment Is derived. contain about 14 per cent tissue build lng material. Dried beans have about 20 per cent of the same constituent When the former are selling for 40 cents a dozen and the latter for 6 cents a quart It Is the part of wisdom and thrift to have baked beans on tho tablo more frequently than omelets or souffles. tha'l BEREA BANK & TRUST CO. .'.. .... .,.. ' The best all round dinner will Include a clear soup to stlmulato the digestive Juices, n properly cooked meat dish, a vegetable or two one fresh If possible bread and butter, to which a simple dessert, preferably fresh fruit, Is added. Tea and coffee are not necessary for nourtsUment or for aids to digestion. In fact, it Is better to omit them altogether. Once a day Is often enough to serve meat to any family. Even tho farmer who Is engaged In active outdoor work will be Just as well fed and better nourished if he eats flesh food ouly once a day and gets his tissue building material from eggs, beans, macaroni and cbeese or somo other of the proteid foods. Sensible people are learning, even it slowly, tnat a large amount of meat Is not necessary In the diet of even hardworking people. What Is For Breakfast! Many housekeepers consider the bugaboo of their dally work Is arranging the menus for the ever recurring breakfast, dinner and supper. They ball with delight any suggestions for new dishes that will furnish variety in any bill of fare. Ureakfast Is generally a light meal In most homes, but Its simple menu should present some variety, and every dish Included In It should be prepared with special care. In my opinion, nwat dishes should appear but seldom ou tbo breakfast table, a little thinly sliced bacon or a piece ot delicately browned flsb being the exception. There Is generally quite enough starch, too. In the breakfast menu without serving potatoes. For your consideration let mo suggest ono or twp breakfast menus that will bo not onlyr appetizing, but furnish the required amount of nutriment as well: Baked Apple. Cereal With Cream and Bucar. Bacon and Poached Ess. Hot Muffins. Jam. Coffee. Precautions. Dacon. being nearly all fat, Is more digestible than pork, which Is part lean and part fat, and therefore Is better for persons of weak digestion. Deef and all dark ' meats aro more stimulating than white meats and should be avoided by persons having a tendency to rheumatism. A Cup of Good Coffee. Though I have said that coffeo Itself Is not nourishing, that It would better be avoided by persons of nervous temperament or by thoso whoso digestion Is easily deranged, there are a sufficient number of persons to whom tho cup of breakfast coffee Is almost a necessity to mako It Important that coffee should bo properly mnde. Thero are physiological objections to even the perfectly made article, but theso can be greatly Increased If the beverage Is not prepared carefully. Occasionally It Is difficult to procure cream for the morning cup of coffee, and when cold milk Is used the concoction is most unpalatable. Tho French and German cooks have a method by which they substitute hot milk for cream, giving most satisfactory results. Cafe au lalt, as tbe beverage Is called, Is made after tbo following recipe: One cup of ground coffee, one egg, one cupful of cold water, Ave cupfuls f of boiling water and ono and cupfuls of scalded milk. Wash the egg. break and beat. Add crushed shell and the cold water. Mix with tbe water and let stand about ten minutes. Add the boiling water and stir thoroughly. Placo on tho front of tbo range, bring slowly to tbe boiling point and boil three minutes, no longf cupful of cold er. Add about water after removing from tbo flro and do not allow tbe coffeo to boll again. Strain Into another coffeepot or pltcber containing the scalded milk. Wheu serving add sugar aud a llttlo cream If necessary. When cream Is scarce this Is a most satisfactory method of making coffee. Cooked cereal or one of tho numerous prepared breakfast foods usually has a place on most breakfast menus. If properly nnd sutuclcutly cooked nothing can surpass in public favor and In nutriment tbe time honored dish of oatmeal and cream. Dut unless It has been cooked a suUldent length of time to Insure tbo thorough cooking of tbo starch tbe prepared breakfast foods are preferable. Cereals should be thoroughly cooked one-halone-hal- -- because Is thus mado mora to dlgestivo fluids when granules are broken open by heat. Second. Heat softens woody fiber (cellulose). TbirJ. Cooking Improves tbe flavor of cereals. Until tbe tireless cooker came into geueral use It was sometimes a difficult and expensive test to cook tho cereal as long as required without keeping a flro Iq tbe kitchen range all u!;tit or2 rising at an unreasonably early hour to start the breakfast. Ilut these conveuleut llttlo devices have very greatly reduced the tluioVand cbst of preparing foods which require. long, alow cooklug. A description and explanation of their uso will bo given In a subsequent article. It bus become tbe fashion la 'certain quarters to underestimate tbo food values of most of tbe cereal preparations now on the market. It has been asserted recently by a very high dietetic authority that ordinary white flour bread furnishes four times the nour ishment contained In an equal weight of. cereal. The fact remains that these preparations have served and are still serving an admirable purpose In mak ing popular the use of a very necessary form'ot food. accessible First Starch Cereal With Cream and Sugar. Codnih Ualls. Ortddlecaken With Sirup. Toatl and Cocoa. Fruit of Any kind. Bacon and Orlddlecakea. Bllced Oranses. Tout. Coffee. " Any. one of these menus affords enough variety to satisfy the most exacting appetite anil can be served la quantity suHcIeut to appease any Page Four. JTHp CITIZEN. COLLEGE ITEMS 10 In favor of tho Normal, Vocational and Foundation team. Tho Thursday night meeting lu tho men's dormitories for prayer and Hlblo study wcro unusually well September 19, 1912. ooooooooooooooooooooooooo 2 NEWS LOCAL PAGE OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Mr. Victor L. Raphael fed tho meeting of tho Christian Endeavor Tuesday, September 2lth, 9:40 n. Sunday night. Topic, "Getting m., Lecture to men In Main Chapel, tho most from Prayer." Mr. J, C. Hlgglns has returned to President Frost; I.ecturca to women Tho Young Men's Christian Assohis home in Lexington, after being in Upper Chapel, Miss Bowcrsox. ciation mooting Sunday night was led G. E. PORTER, Ph. C. employed in tho Berea Collcgo Printby Mr. Norman Imrle. Topic, "How Berea, Ky. Phone 10 ing offlco for several weeks. Tho reception at men's dormitories to get tho most out of Berea." on Monday proved very cnjoyablo to Young Women's Christian AsIBS Tho CITT PIIONK "Thero's a dlffercnco" then te to nil concerned. Never havo tho dor- sociation meeting, Sunday night, was Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. siiro and "Save It" by going mitories boon so clean or In such led by "Miss Louise Frye. Topic, 'Tho Welch's good order, and never havo tho vis Young Women's Christian Assocla-tloDr. and Mrs. P. Cornelius were In iting bevies of teachers and young What, When, Wherefore!" DAN H. BRXCK Richmond last Friday, the Dr. having ladles been more pleasantly enterOur graduates of last year aro Accident, and live Stock been called to seo Mr. Chas. Azblll tained. Fire, Life, missed, but they are doing well in INSURANCE of Oklahoma who Is at tho homo of Tho different dormitories occuplei places. Joo Azblll, very sick. by young mon of tho Foundation various his fathor, Mr. Will sign your bond. "Mr. Clnuilo Anderson Is working Richmond, Ky. Mr. Aiblll, after partially recovering Schools, after receiving their visi- for tho United States Department Phone 505 an tors, emptied themselves Into tho from typhoid fever, underwent of Agriculture In Georgia. operation, having his leg amputated. tabcrnaclo whero tho main reception IIROAIU) the dlieoTcrr of Mr. Alwln D. Todd Is teaching hi Value of City Planning. Bound, Local North a new dlh a a far mar In- It Is later reported that ho Is im for tills department was held. a lecture an "Tli Enslneer In HI Rogers, Arkansas. 10:05 p. in. 7:00 a. m. "Knoxvllto tereatinc event than the proving. ,'noucn. Tho Vocational students In Bruce Miss Sarah Cox Is teaching 3:52 B. m. in Relations to tho City F an was given , ,Ur. for , hav, lJw.y, , 1:07 p. m BEREA by Nelson P. Lewis, chief engineer of but we can never have too many dUhea." lots for sali. Building uud "The Palace ' held a Very Sllonm Springs, Arkansas. Two houses and 7MC a.m. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati apportionHouses new. well finished. Prices Jolly reception Miss Mary Picketing Is pursuing n the board of ostlmato and and "The Palace" South Bound, Local A WEODINQ BREAKFAST. ment. Now York, before the Engineers' right. Apply to J. W. Hosklns, Berea. proved worthy of Ha name. courso of study in tho 'Massachusetts 8:15 p. m. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati club at Philadelphia. Mr. Lewis Illus General Hospital, Boston, Mass. Tho Academy reception Hi Howard 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. ru. bon In these days of many weddings BEREA Mr. Thos. Terry who has trated his lecturo with lantern tlldoi, Wesley A. Hubbard who was a Bo-r- showing the effect upon city growth when oil naturo Is in bloom to assist 7:00 p. m. 5:50 a. ra. BDcndlng tho summer with the Dins- - Hall and Its adjacent annex was alKnoxvlllo student, is conducting a of proper planning, and emphasised j in making them Impressive and bcau-th-e Express Train. mores at Lake Heat, Oshkosh, Wis., so a brilliant occasion. Many mado necessity of making plans while tlfula few suggestions on tho Important the pllgrlmngo there for tho sako hay, wood, grain and fuel business No. 32 will stop at Berea to talco on his way to his home at city is in its infancy, so as to j subject of eating may not be amiss, on passengers for Dayton, O., Rich- Creek, Breathitt County, stopped for of seeing tho flue engravings of on tho corner of 'Main and Adams the v Shakespcarc'B "Seven Ages of Wan" Sts., Los Angeles, California. Ills avoid tearing down big buildings and , If tho wedding repast Is to bo a breakmond, Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Colum- a visit with Berea friends from fast many dainty dishes which would aartnili ehanrea. which adorn tho Academy sitting many Kentucky friends would bo glad I tnaltlnr nthf bus, 0., and points beyond. tin Hi Mondav. Mr. Terry whl "City planning pays," ho said, "bo--' bo out of placo for an afternoon or to rail on South Bound. not bo a Berea student this year room, nnd were referred to in Pres. patronago him end glvo him their cauia of tho Increase of population evening collation may bo served. if they wcro not bo far the Frost's sermon, Sunday night. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati For a first courso at a breakfast but will bo tho principal of and valuation of properties which re all sults. The old cities of the east are ! fruit seems especially appropriate, and at 11:55 a. m. BEREA Pearsons Hall had two receptions, off. He has thlr go:d wishes Breathitt County High School tho same. all hampered by the bad planning of as there are countless ways of pre- one on the main floor for the Colle No. 33 will stop to tako on pas- Jackson, Ky. thoee who laid them out a century or sentlng this dish one may, if inge sengers for Atlanta and points giate Department, and one on tho "ey AN ALL DAY MEETING Look for tho now prieo list of more ago, but despfto this handicap, nious, orlglnato something unsuat. third floor for tho Normal students. tpenors" from Welch's. can be made Tlicro is no prettier dlih than fresh Tho Ladles Mission Society of the many Improvements Both parties found their way to tho North Bound which wilt raako them high examples strawberries with tho hulls left on Shcpard and daughMrs. Fred A. 4:46 p. m. BXREA of modern civic planning. surrounding a mounu or molded powter, Helen, returned to their homo Cincinnati l:7 p. m. dered sugar and garnished with the. In Kalamazoo, Mich., on Saturday, fresh leaves of tho strawberry, though Praise for Cedar Rapids. o visiting tho of last week, after An Illustration of what may be done that Is not at all new. Messrs. Charles Long and Donald for a few day3. Chopped and mtxed fruits sweetenthe for a comparatively small city Is furEdwards left, at the first of nished by Codar Rapids, la. A river ed with a heavy sirup Is another appeMrs. J. W. DInsmoro, who has been Miami University at week, to attend runs through the town, not a large tizing beginning. spending tho summer at Oshkosh, Oxford, Ohio, this year. Doubtless there may bo better moat stream, and In the center is an island The biggest $ In the world Is tho Wis., returned last Friday night. of good size. It was decided to make dishes than fried chicken, but the DInsmoro has thus far been Mrs. one spent at Welch's. that Island a clvlo center, placing the most of us mortals will stilt hold to to tako up her duties as InMiss Anna Leavctt was In Cinmunicipal buildings thereon and erect- our fondness to tho tender fowl. With structor In the Normal Department, cinnati for a short time last week. ing numerous street bridges to It. The the fried chicken let us havo somo this owing to Illness. iMlss Craco Cornelius left, banks of the river are bordered with creamed potatoes, prepared by cutting undeslrablo buildings. These build- In uniform cubes and cooking them week, for a visit with her brotlur It looks Ilka everybody trades at ings are to be torn down, streets until tender, then after draining them at Whltesburg, Ky. Welch's. widened and the banks of the river heat In a rich wblto sauco mado of keep !...-. Leather shoes at Welch's, Muvn t nf fln beautified with really attractive build turn are Dr. and Sirs. B. H. Roberts you out of tho mlro. cooked together, salt and a dash of ln aiti am mnM fnrm natural Jj Te& being visited this month by their son, Popper and a cup of thin cream or screen or border to a fine clvlo center, A social was held last Saturday Douglas, of St. Joseph, Mo., who "Cu rallK- until thick, then add New York Sun. -- afternoon at Ladles Hall by tho girls Is an employee of Swift and Co., nt tho potatoes. With this dish of of tho Women's Christian Associathat place. and organized a Roosevelt club. ' en and potatoes a few tips of tion. It's purpose was to give a weleaned with butter and served tho Master George Bowman who underof the citizens nttended come to tho new gins in school, "' " went a serious operation for appendimeeting. Tho main feature of the ' plato, will ' rlanE was spent. and a very pleasant hour mako the main dish, citis last Thursday Is rapidly improvevening was an address del vered rain-coAn unu.u8j when tho Md You will need a ing and It !s expected that ho will by the Hon. Wright Kelley In behalf loo u plnf0ppIo and nuU wlth s' rainy season begins. We havo bo able to enter school In about two or tne now party. a llttlo dressing served on heart leaves rain-coaaud capes for $2.23 weeks. ' apof lettuce. This, with rolls, makes a Next Friday evening Is tho $2.25 for and up. Misses pointed tlmo for a similar meeting. nice salad course. You can get anything you want at for $3.50 and up. Women's rain-coaStrawberry Ice cream, with cruszted Tho place for tho gathering as yet Welch's Department Stores. and up. berries as a sauco served on it, and Is undecided. Pres. Frost's lecturo on "ScholarMrs. S. R. Baker. the bride's cake with coffee, finishes a repast fine enough for any brldo. Miss Nina King who has been ship" to tho collcgo students, TuesHOUSE BURNED Olives and salted nuts may bo weeks at Battlo day morning, was not only Interest spending soveral served with tho meat course, and canstudent Tho residence of llr. Abel d Creek, Mich., returned home, Monday. ing but pleasing to every dles mako a pretty table decoration In tho West End was destroy(Mr. Glen Porter arrived at the present. that may be passed after the coffee. ed by fire, Saturday ovcnlng, about Mrs. Wyndham Kemp of EI Paso, In first of tho week and will bo Texas, and daughter, Emily, 7:30. Tho fnmlly was sitting In tha have school. front yard with tho exception of brother. Miss Jesslo Baker and sister who i been visiting Mrs. Kemp's tho older Bon and daughter who J. W. Horndon and family, near Bs- spent several days at tho homo uf enjoyed the far prospect In Baptist church will hold an roof y wero In tho hcusc and smelled tho their uncle, Mr. J. L. Baker, have rea. The daughter left for a visit every and direction. m'etlng on the church lawn, Tuesday, cmoko. They went to investigate and for ajllo ft roam rtnrrlllnr moil well. homo In Lexlns-to- with relatives In Virginia, the latter xeturned to their part of last week. Mrs. Kemp left, The opening Sunday Night Chapel Sept. 24th. All lady members of tho found tho whole kitchen on fire. It orchard and alt necessary out houses.' Wednesday, for Atlanta, Co., whera was an occasion long to bo remember church aro cordially Invited nnd Is not known whether the lamp In Write, Ellbu Blcknoll. The friends of Rev. and Mrs. II. .7. she will bo Berea, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. Joined by her daughter. ed, with tho largest audience ever en, neatly urged to be present. Wo tho kitchen exploded or whether li Dcrthlck will bo Interested to know They visit at Newman near Atlanta 'seen at this tlmo of year. President there at ten o'clock; It Is to bo a was thru a defectivo flue that tho that they aro rejoicing over tho ar- with air. Kemp's sister, Mrs. Mur- - 'Frost's sermon on "Tho Treasures work and praise service. Bring a fire originated. An alarm was sent PUBLIC SALE OF LAND rival of another son. ray, for a few dayo, after which tho of Youth" will bo printed In Tho basket and bo sure to havo the in and somo of the household Orlando was daughter returns to Atlanta, where Citizen next week. Mrs. Jack Laswoll of waa saved. At 10 o'clock, Tuesday, Oct. 8, '12, other members of your family 10 Fannlo cho Is to tako a Library Course and visiting her mother, Mrs. I will offer at public sale two tracts oomo and tako lunch with you. Tho Incrcaso of students has conBrannaman, Saturday and Sunday. of land at Bobtown, Ky. FOR SALE tho mother returm to her home. aud tinued from the ppenlng day BEREA NIGHT The first tract contains 90 acres; Itev. II. F. Keltch attended tho S. Mrs. Alabama Tanner of Winchester every department seems to be a Farm In Garrard County, containS. convention at ML Pleasant and Is visiting for several days with her gainer. ing 86 2 acres good land, good orch- 50 under cultivation. Tho remainder Berea night was celebrated by tho In yung timber, pood dwelling and reported a very enthusiastic gather- aunt, Mra. Estndgo and family on Dr. Howard's classes In the Nor- men of the institution on tho cam- ard, cottage house, good small barn, nil necessary out buildings; well ing. Chestnut Street. mal Department aro attracting speci- pus In drilled well, about three miles from front of Lincoln Hall, 'Monday MlssAddlo Bowling who has been and fenced, convenient to Berea. Price $55 per acre. Quantity, Quality, Equality speak al attention. night, from 7 until 9. studying music In Louisville, return- volumes schools and churches and on rural Prof. Smith was hero at the open, D. N. Welch, Postmaster. and all at one place, Welch's. Secretary Morton, Dr. Hal no and routo. ed home, Saturday. Miss Nora Wilson returned, Mon- lug of the term, but Is absent un Prof. Clark paid eloquent trlbuto to Tho second tract contains 30 acres, I can sell you 4 pairs of stockings day, FARM FOR SALE from a trip west where sho lo- leave for a few weeks. the work being dona by the Y. M. C. all under cultivation. For further Infor $1.00, guaranteed to wear four cated somo Berea Dr. Hubbard, tho new Dean of tho A., not only in Berea but the entire SO acres of land onRlchmond students as teachand formation wrlto Joe n. Creokmoro, months without dnrulng. Black and ers In North Dakota schools. The Collegiate Department, spent Sun- world. Prof. Clark gave Instances of Kingston pltto, 2 mllca from Berea, Kingston. Ad W. Creokmore. Tan. Women's nrd chlldrcnB. girls are teaching ct the following day at Kirby Knob. using his Berea card while on his 'Mrs. S. R. Baker. President and Mrs. Frost gave a places: Tho Misses Jennie Carpentrip thru Germany during tho sumSunday was promotion day at tho reception to tho faculty and students ter and Mary Jones at South Heart, mer of 1910. After refreshments of Baptist church S. S. and, after a of the Collegiate Department at tho very fitting program, diplomas were The Misses Loona Pfllnengcr and President's House Wednesday night. hoi chocolato and cake, tho meeting Anglln at Schefflcld. Miss closed with several rousing hymns. given to those who had completed Stella Croquet seems a ruling Interest thlo Myrtlo Beck ut Dickson, Miss Ora their course of study and were ready Flanery at Gladstono and Miss Ethel year. Tho Initial game was ono uf MRS, BLACK TOED for promotion to higher classes. really "high cclcnce" with Treasurer Flanery at Manning. The girls Mr. Allen Boglt was In town, SunA telephono messago from Speedteaching, Sepc 2nd, and it is Osborne as tho umpire, tho contestday. rejwrted that each girl is having ants being leading citizens of Berea, well tho latter part of tho week ta Miss Bertha Robinson attended tho Mr. Floyd Kldd, Mr. Burt Coddlngtun, relatives In Berea announced great success. tho Christian S. S. convention at Mt. Mr. Montgomory Jackson nnd Mr. serious Injury of Mrs. D. W. Black Mr. J. W. Horndon was visited Pleasant, Wednesday. Leon LowlB. from a fall. Sho was later thought to Tuesday, by 'Mr. Montgomery, tho LURELY you want a new hat soon On Saturday there wan a baseball be dying, and friends nnd relatives new Prof, of Animal Husbandry of gamo between a team made up cf wero everybody does i t's summoned. But a still later Berea Collego, nnd Mr. Arnold, tho the Collego and Academy men and message reports that sho Is better U. S. Agriculturalist, who Is visiting early to select it right now. Our stock n team, made up from the other and hopes aro entertained for her at this place. is considerably larger than, usual. . A of tho school. For an Ini- recovery. Mr. J. II. JohnSon of Ashievllle. N. tial gamo it bad an unusual Interest "'3 style to please your fancy, of a shape to (i. arrived In town Sunday, 2nd will and closed with a rejford of 7 to C In CLUB ORBANIZEJOOSEVELT work in thO shoo shop for C. O. Bow- - 'favor of tho Normal,. Vocational and suit your build, in a color to match your man on At tho Public School houso Foundation team. A second gamo was desires, at a price you want to pay, is reeldeflt and Mrs. Frost were played (Monday with a scoro of 9 to Chestnut St. last Friday night, th here awaiting your selection. Popular Itepubllcans of the town Progressive THE;RAGKET STORE tho guests of O.. C. Rhodus and wife prices $1 to $4. in Tlnovllle last week. The Pinevllle :: :: :: :: MRS.-EARLHotel under tho Rhodus management x PALACE MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY is coming up to a high standard. '.Main Chapel by Dr. Ralnc. y, EVENTS Saturday night, 7:30, Anniversary Phi Delta Literary Society. Sunday Night, 7:30, Preaching in Upper Chapel by Dr. Roberts, li COMING STOCK MEDICINES Black Draught, Kentucky Horseman's Condition Powders, Liniments, Healing Lotion, Colic Relief and Dlitemper Remedy. PRATT'S Animal Regulator and Poultry Regulator. BOURBON Stock Tonic, Hog Cholery Remedy, Poultry Cure, Insecticide, and Egg producer. PEOPLE'S Slock Remedy and Poultry Remedy COX'S Batbed Wire Liniment, KENDALL'S Spavin Cure and others. We carry the following brands: oaooooooaoaooaooooooaoooaoaooooooS DR. BEST, DENTIST ... " n, Bome1bM)n!lg? 1 ca Jts Frl-fln- 3) be-yo-nd. J Col-leg- FURNITURE Also the uu-ab- le Everything in furniture at Welch's largest lineof m at chll-dren- RUGS, CARPETS, TRUNKS, SUITCASES shown in Berea aspar-Sovor- al " ts ra'.n-coa- ts ts A LOOK WILL CONVINCE YOU I Welch's Gab-bar- all-di- ! n. fur-nltu- ro wa-tor- ed Fall Hats for Men none too ba-g- an ' D1NSMDRE QUITS - jm pre .h - Prof. J. W. DInsmoro filed his resignation with the Secretary of State, Tuesday, as a candidate for Congress in the 8th District pn tho Jtopubll- can' llrlret 1 nale'd by th Progressives. ....i- oni cured meats and lard. Fish, Oysters and Poultry in Season. All kinds of Staple nd Fancy Groceries. All kinds .of fresh PROMPT MUVCRY it ,: t: CoyW lianas. Mala 3C, U. 1.. ROBERTS, Prop. ;t HAYES b;e.r.e A . C& Phone 5T, '"99 Quality -Stored . KE GQTT N -- W ft M T U C!K Y fus i mi' .T VS &mi September 19, 1912, SHALL WOMEN VOTE? Ono good reason fcr opposing Itooso- ot la his taking up with tho 1dm of woman's voting and going Into tolltlcs. Tlia Outlook, to which ho Is a contributing editor, publishes tho following reasons against this "re X WILSON WOULD REPEAL ALL Z HtOTECTIVE TARIFF LAWS.? Sunday Might chapel In view of tho usually largo attendance this fall and to sccuro bettor accommodations for visitors and y citizens who wish to attend tho "Night Chapel, arrangements aro mado for nit who aro not students to enter by tho west door, tho door which faces tin street leading to tho station. A Bcclal walk is being laid to tills door and electric lights placed so that It will bo meet easily accessible without climbing steps. Citizens nnd visitors who uso this cntranco will havo a portion of tho main floor reserved for their use, and a cordial Invitation Is extended to nil who wish to Join In tho worship of tho College at this hour, Sunday night, Sun-cla- t' ;; ; ) I il; X T ;' T T . ; ) X X T I ' ) ; ; ; 4 I T T X T The following U taken from an addriss delivered by I'ro- -I fessor Woodrow WIIiod before tho tariff board In 1882, allowing lilt views thon on the question form" backwards. of tho tariff and tho distinct an 1. Sutfrago Is not a natural right. liouncomont of his position aa a free trader, opposed to all It Is not Ilko tho right, which every tariffs except merely for thfi pur- ono Ksscsscs, to have his person and po9 or raising revenuo: ill Is proporty protected. Tho child In "Hut the danger of Imposing tho crndlo has a right to havo Ills protective duties la that when person and his property protected. I onco embarked the poller i no immigrant just landed boa a upon It cannot bo easily receded right to havo his person and his pro from. Protection Is nothing I'trty protected. Hut when, If more than a bounty, and when at we offer tiountles to manufacture X all, tha growing child shall vot-J- . era they will enter Into Indus T when, If at all, tho newly arrived ines ana uuiiu up interests ana Immigrant shall volo, Is to bo deterwhen at a later day wo seek to mined by tho community to which overthrow this protective tariff ho belongs. It Is a question to be wo must hurt somebody and of determined by tho community solely course titer la objection. They by a consideration of Its effect upon will say, Thousands of men will tho public welfare be thrown out of employment and hundreds of people will loeo to 2. It Is not tho duty of women their capital.' Thla seema very take part lu government. Tho prlmo plauslblo; bnt I maintain that function of government Is to protect manufacturers aro mode better perrons and property. Women havo manufacturers whenever tboy hitherto been exempted from tho duty are thrown upon their own re- of protecting person and property. sources and left to the natural They havo a right still to claim that competition of trade. onomptlon. Tho groat majority of them do claim that exemption. Tho fact o "Protection also hinders that tho rights of persons and Immensely. Tho English havo been enormously Increas people do not send as many goods to this country as they ed by our complex civilization; tint would If the duties were not so they include, for example, tho right much and In that way there Is to education, to sanitary protection, a rcstrlctlon'bf commerce and and tho like, docs not mako It tho wo are bnlldlng op manufactory T duty of women to nssumo this burles hero at tho expense of comden from which in the past they havo We aro holding ourmerce. t I I f 1:30. PRIVACY OF COLLECE GROUNDS com-merc- Attention of tho public Is called to tho notices at tho various college o entrances beginning as follows: Grounds. Visitors should call at Secretary's office, west basement of Library, Thoso groundB aro prlvato and for tho uso of members of tho school. They may not bo entered by minors not connected with tho Bchool except as they pass to and from tho Chapel or for business with tho Col-leg- pro-Ior- ty college officers. Visitors must refrain from smoking or nolso that might disturb classes. Conllnnfd from Flnl Fkc similar care. If this Is done, however, carefully nnd Intelligently others may share tho room In safety. 3. Tho room cccuplcd by tho afand flicted person should bo largo well ventilated, with an open flra- tlace, If posslblo, and no other per son should remain or sleep In tno room, unless all tho sputum Is col lected and destroyed with great care. However, It this Is carefully nnd intelligently dono, others may share tho room In safety. 4. It Is Important that consumptives should llvo In tho open air and sun-llcaa much as possible, and that they should bo taught to spit upon small pieces of cloth or paper, or uso tho ft nockct cusDldor. and destroy sputum at tho first opportunity. They should especially bo taugnt noi to Bplt upon tho floor of any public TUESDAY LECTURES or private building. pooplo B. Weak and broken-dow- n Duo to the fact that Monday In- aro especially to tho vulncrablo may stead of Saturday Is now tho frns cnrniB of consumption. Much day for th) institution. Departmental bo dono to lessen the liability to it lectures will lake placo on Tuesdoy by developing tho lungs nnd chest, mornings. and and by keeping them strong Exercise ic tho open air, On Tuesday, Sept. 17, tho subjects henithv. for tho lecturfis were as follows: fresh air in the bod room, gymnastics, For College, "Scholarship" by Pres. trcquent spongo bathing nnd chest massage, proper clothing, everything Frost. in short which will prcraoto physical Academy, Something In Educaaro important and mental tion," Dean Mntheny. who to all. nnd especially to thoso weak havo Inherited or acquired ht ( well-bein- g, prised us tho other day with a bag of trslh potatoes about tho largest and. finest wo over saw, Wo say a bag and It was, though there woro only flvo potatoes in It. - Thoy aro large nnd fine, what 'Sir, Baker calls tho Kentucky Blues. Theso flvo aro a lart of a crop of 81 potatoes which Mr. Baker ."alscJ thlc year from a single, potato. Of courso there woro a number of hills, tho ono potato having been cut Into as many pieces as It had eyes. This Is another evldenco of tho Dountlfulnebs of nature. Think of ono potato multiplying Itself elghty-on- o times. And then suppose that every crop that tho farmer puts out docs as wll or half as well. Why shouldn't tho farmers bo tho happiest and most prosperous peoplo In the world the best and most Independent. PREVENTION OF CONSUMPTION CLAPTRAP BY UNDERWOOD Tariff Duties Not Paid by Users of American Goods, HiS ADDRESS SHOULD BE READ Workers Will R.eognli His Distortion of Flgurst and Fact and Will Not ' Ba Bagullad by It Shows Hew Hard Puihad tha Dtmoorata Ara For an Argument It Is to be hoped that every Ameri- r 2 selves aloof from foreign countries In effect and saying, 'We aro sufficient to ourselves; wo wish to trade, not with England, but with each other.' I maintain that It Is not only a pernicious system, but a corrupt system." Garland: advocating tho repeal of all tariff lawsf A. "Of all protective tariff laws; of establishing a tariff for Q. "Are you By Commissioner been exempt. 3. This burden cannot bo rut upon part of the women without putting It upon all tho women. If tho vi cious, thu Ignorant and the corrupt ifomon may vote, It will become tho duty of tho virtuous, the Intelligent, nud the latrloilc women to vote. It tho law gtvos to nil women tho right to vote, It lays on all women tho Improved Educational Conditions From an i Investment Standpoint By JOHN B. M'fERRAN, Chairman Educational Committee, Louisville Commercial Club ness. responsibility of voting. 4. Voting Is only a part, and u small part, of government if tho very absurd to maintain that we duty of voting Is laid upon women, thu duty will also be laid upon them - X ?f UklnB an nctlvo ,mrt ,n tho VT3' X and at tho same time shut ouriiiiiina'icH necessary iu voting, auu selves out from free communlca I result tlon with other producing coun- $ In tho consequences which from voting. It will lay upon them tho tries of the world. If It Is ncces- (duty of acquainting themselves with X sary to Iraposo restrictive duties T on goods brought from abroad It ttolitlcal Issues, of taking part in the X would seem to me as a matter jvolltlcal discussions, of sharing lu of logic, necessary to Impose the political discussions, of sharing u similar restrictions on goods' tho political camialgns; and It will 7 taken from one stato of this also lay upon them tho duty of seeUnion to another. That follows ing that tho laws which they help Z as a necessary consequence; thoso to enact uro enforced upon Is no escape from It." 4 there who refuse to obey tho laws. G. At tho present tlmo tho majority of women aro either opKsed to HAS CHANGED AS CANDIDATE. assuming or reluctant to assume this additional responsibility. To impose Woodrow Wilson's Speeehee NowThoss It upon them against their will of Offioe 8ttkr. Scattered amoug tun platitudes of undemocratic and unjust. It Is alio Dr. Wilson's speech of acceptance are Inexpedient. To add to the thousands alsoma truths. None Is more significant of Indifferent voters, who nro ready a menace to our Government, than this: many thousands mora of Indifferent "We stand In tho presence of an awakened nation. Impatient of partisan voter Is neither Just to them nor to the community. make bellove." 6. If tho majority of tho women Following which be make believe wish to that he is telling the voters of the coun- a shnro assumo this burden and take try his position on the campaign Issues. bo wIbq In tho government, it will to enahlo them to do to, No one has yet been able to determine liecauso It will bo much better for from a reading of tho speech precisely to havo women tho commonwealth what that position Is. Some slight engovernment than lightenment comes "from time to time taking a part In tho to have them discontented becauso In his later utterances, like, for exthoy nro prevented from taking a part ample, tho declaration tho other day In tho government, The Outlook, that Tammany Is to be safe from tut howover, does not believe that there none of it la satisfying. assaults; but Is any Stato In tho Union In which, Dr. Wilson, In tho preconventlon It tho question wero submitted to days, was represented to the country women, a majority would voto lofty of tho aa a scholarly gentleman, too that they wished to voto. It doubts whether a majority, oven In the wo- fesslonal politician: too esrnest In the I , , ,, wu nc.it uwivd cause of good government to be aught they DutiinjiU to voto nwuiu question If the wished but frank and fearless In his expres- wero It submitted to them anew. too uuseltlsfi to put private ninbl-Tlo- n sion, they register nnd vote, It Is not above the public weal, too Idealisthey wish to do bo, but because tic In character to truckle to tho forces tho duty has been laid upon them of evil In the nation. But how singularly ho has masked nnd they cannot escape It with n all of these qualities since William clear conscience 7. Women can exert a greater InJennings Bryan forced bis nomination fluence upon tho political life of tho at Baltimore, There Is no difference, savo In the Nation, they can do more to promote purity of the Eugllsh, between bis those civic, social, and speeches and tho speeches of tho pro- reforms which nro sorely needed In fessional office seeker of tho worst American community without tho period in American politics. Ho steps Miffrago than with It. Democratic large quespussy footed over all the necessarily party govtions of tho day. Ho exhibits a sus- fovernment is value piciously broad tolerance for all ele- ernment. It Is of Inestlmablo ments In the body politic, even the to tho community to havo ono half elements wnlch, to nominate him, Bry- of tho community not Identified with an found It expedient to denounce by any party, nud therefore nble to Tbero Is unltn In uamo in tho convention. efforts for tho none of tUS rugged frankness of purification and clovatlon of politihis writings cal Ideals In all the parties. that characterized la tho days before bo was Inoculated 8. Wo nro entirely unable to underKith the virus of political ambition, stand how any ono can claim lie Is proving over apt as an advanced women havo a right to voto, that and tudent of practical polities. It Is not a pleasant; nor a heartening deny that they havo a right to voto exhibition be makes of hlmsolf. The on tho question whether they wish right minded citizen can feol nothing to' vote' or not. but sadness In contemplating a man Pres. Wm Q. Frost of education and culture so Intent personal victory upon partkan and Best at Easter and Christmas. that ho sacrifices those Ideals of truth 011 Drooklynlte A who has been visitand honesty for which he baa alwaya ing in England stopped at a picture atodd to fawn upon and honeyfugla shop In a small town and glancing the voters. Dr. WUson aa a candidate la not In with Idle admiration at an engraving character with the Dr. Wilson that of Prosperlne rising out of Hades rewas pictured to us: prior, to tba Baltl-or- e marked to the prpprietpr that It was, coavenllon. This "awakened na- quite pretty. "Yes, madam," boje-plledVso It Is, but I alwaya find these tion, Impatient of partisan make believe," detects the difference. and Ch rlj taa aj.m Brooklyn f f I tho educational situation in tho stato, I am mors impressed with tho absoluto necessity for a radical our viowpoint concerning tho subj'ect. Wo havo been viewing tho schools rather as a necessary ovil, an ox-penso to bo kept at tho minimum of cost. Tho logical result has boon largely attained cheap houses, cheap grounds, cheap equipment and in too many cases cheap tcachors, cheap trustees, cheap county boards and cheap county superintendents. In fact, so long has this policy provailcd that wo havo dwarfed everything pertaining to our schools, oven our educators, and most of all ourselves, tho avcrago citizens. Tho whole outfit is a cheap and in- STUDYING 1 adequate thing for tho twentieth century. OUR SLIPSHOD AND 0IIA0TI0 SYSTEM, IF SYSTEM IT CAN BE GALLED, POS SIBLY ANSWERED FAIRLY WELL THE NEEDS OF FORTY OR FIFTY YEARS AGO, but everything clso has moved tromon-dously within that titno and moved with tho greatest celerity and mo mentum. With our schools hero in Kentucky wo havo practically stood still, trusting to luck or somo other mysterious power to supplomont our inditTorenco and neglect. Not so with other moro prosperous and progressive states, fully recognizing tho valuo and importance of thoir children. With enlightened real and intelligence their tendency has been to crowd all tho money into their schools that could bo judi ciously used, looking upon it as a wiso, busincssliko proposition, a most profitable investment, and so it has proved, states younger and no moro favorably situated, with really inferior natural resources, sur passing us in matorial wealth two and thrco fold. as to milk for children. 9. With proper precaution, consumptives may safely mlnglo with the!- families and tho public, but for purposes of Information and education in theso matters, physicians and heads cf families should report nil cases suspected to havo the dlseaso to tho local health authorities and obtain instruction and assistance in preventing its spread. Copies of this bulletin, nnd of similar ones in rogard to tho prevention of typhoid fever, diphtheria and scarlet fever, may bo had for free distriBEFORE WE CAN MAKE THE NEEDED AND DESIRED PROQ- - bution by any ono upon application to RE88 WE MUST GET THE VIEWPOINT THAT IT IS NOT ONLY OUR tho Board at BowllnS Green. Dy order of tho Board. HIQH AND HOLY DUTY, BUT MOST PROFITABLE, TO SEE OUR Johu O. South, M. D., President CHILDREN AND THEIR SCHOOLS FROM THE INVESTMENT SIDE J. N. McCormlck, M. D Secretary. AND PROVIDE QENEROU8LY THE FINANCIAL AID THAT IS NEEDED. Early Wall Decorations. American wages. The man or woman who Is satisfied with the product of American labor s and of the American people are so satisfied has no tariff tax to previously occupied by a consump- pay, and this is shown by the fact that tive until It has been thoroughly dis- the American article, with Its manuby facture fostered by protection, Is often infected with formaldehyde, or burning sulphur, thrco pounds moist cheaper In price than tho Imported ened with alcohol for each 1,000 cu would be without paying tariff duties. prevent excessive The bic feet of space, with all tho flu3 Imports,tariff duties which would flood tho marnnd other apertures securely closed. ket, as Imported goods flooded the Afterwards the room should bo rc- - market under the tariff reductions papercd and all woodwork made by the Democratic Wilson bill of or washed In strong soap, or rinsed 1S94, reducing not only tho tariff, but In a disinfection solution. No amount reducing also tho demandtfor American cf disinfection of rooms can lessen goods and for American labor to make the importance of cleanliness, fresh American goods. Mr. Underwood's statement la cheap air and sunlight at all times. claptrap. We bad supposed that style 8. Milk and meat frcm animals afof talk too moldy and cobwebbed for flicted with tuberculqsls should" not further exorcise, and the fact that it Is bo used, or at tho least tho former again dragged out of the discard proves should be boiled nnd tho latter well bow hard pushed the free trade Democcooked. This Is especially important racy Is for something to bolster its nine-tenth- Sanltorla for tho Isolation and who caro of consumptives cannot be properly and safely treatstates, ed at homo exist In several and aro greatly to be desired. Contrary to tho popular belief, a largo per cent of thoso attacked by tho disease can and do recover under favorable circumstances. Until tho disease can bo eradicated, tho means of proper treatment should bo placed within tho reach of all afflicted tor their own benefit, a well as for tho safety of tho public. J. No person should tako a room 6. human can worker In the various Industries protected by the tariff will read the address of II r. Underwood, Democratic leader In the bouse of representatives, In which he sets forth as taxation the tariff duties on articles In ordinary use. There is nothing novel In tho Underwood distortion of tariff figures and facts. It Is as threadbare as free trade, as threadbare as tho American worklngman would soon be If be should allow himself to bo beguiled by Underwood and other votaries of the lato Confederate constitution Into tho surrender of Republican protection. It Is true, as Underwood says, that the tariff taxes be describes are imposed on articles such as he describes woolen clothing, shoes, tho tin pall window pane, carpet etc., but he Is wholly and deliberately wrong and misleading when ha. says that the duties in question are Imposed on or added to the cost of theso articles, as used In tho ordinary American family. Tho tariff tax la Imposed on goods manufactured abroad and Imported for sale In competition with goods made In Amerlcn by American workers earning waning cause. FAIRNESS TOWARD NEGROES. Taffa Attorney General Standa Forth "Square Deal." Attorney General Wlckersham reflects the broad American spirit of himself and his chief. President Tuft, fight against the In his splendid dropping from membership In tho American Bar association of his ablo colored assistant William H. Lewis. It is needless to say that every supporter of Woodrow Wilson and every sympatblzer with Theodore Roosevelt In his refusal to recognize the citizenship of the southern negro, is opposed, to Mr. Wlckersham in his battle for equal rights and fair treatment for colored Americans. I so Furthermore, wo must awaken out of our apathy and sco that this money is usod to tho best advantago and not frittered away by incompetenco or graft Wo havo been furnishing two and a half to threo million dollars por annum for our schools for a number of years. Whut number of citizens havo at any timo taken tho slightest interest to know how this monoy was being expended ? Thorn ecoma to havo been great wasto. WE HAVE ALLOWED THE INTEREST OF OUR CHILDREN TO DRIFT INTO POLITICS AND INTO CONFUSION. IT IS niGII TIME TO CORRECT THIS. Probably the earliest wall paintings are the ancient Egyptians'. They employed a distemper containing dissolved gum, and their principal pigments were white chalk, a vegetable yellow, ochers, Ethiopian cinnabar, blue powdered glass stained with copper and charcoal black. Their drawing was non-partis- - technically skillful, and, as Is tho case with the modern decorator, their coloring was purely decorative and their deThe signs fanciful and extravagant walls of Assyrian and Babylonian dwellings were treated In much the same way, and the practice of painting Normat, "Things of Most Import- on walls coated with plaster was cerBIRTHDAY GATHERING tainly in vogue in Assyria. It has been ance," Dean Dlnsmcro. Greeks underVocational, "Uso of Time," Deaa believed also that the A birthday party was given by tho stood true fresco work, apparently on Marsh. Welch family at their homo on Chest the strength of a phrase occurring In Foundation, "Tha Great DestroyPlutarch, "to paint on a wet ground." nut St. last Saturday evening In Vltruvlus also speaks of a wet ground honor of tho daughter, Miss Dooley er," Dean Edwards. and says that colors placed upou a surWelch. About forty of tho young peo A CORRECTION face so prepared are permanent, which ple of tho town woro present, gathercertainly la characteristic of true fres-co- . ing about 8 ,p. m. Somo little tlmo In tho Issue of last wock In our London Globe. of tho Vlncy Fork church was spent In pleasant conversation, write-u- p after which several iilco presents reunion at Spocdwcll, wo mado tho Before Him. T. wero delivered to Miss Welch who mistake of saying that Rev. C. Miss Cute (an amateur palmist) was unaware of tho party until Juat HrooHshlre of Qerea Is tho Pastor. This line In your band, Mr. Dubb, Indk Now tho Itev. C. T. Drbokshlro was cates that you have a brilliant future ln'raln. a fow minutes befof. i this Juncture tho attention of on tho program but he Is not tho before you. At Dubb Is that so? . Tha WIJon Fall.Fcoet. those present was called to sovural Pastor of the Vlnoy Fork Church, Miss Cute Yes. but this Other line Tlie free'trdo;Evenlng Post tonltsh- largo watcrmolons. Attor feasting pn but tho Itev. B. l. Drookshlre who indicates that you are. too slow ever to es a lot oryflgu'reVto show wfiaVwould tho melons tho cuowd gathered onM Uvea lu Boron. overtake It Boston Transcript happen If all the states, voted the same tho vorauda, listened to somo delightas Vermont In November. ful muBlc, sang conga and about 10:33 schoolA each fishing Mlsa Welch dispersed, boy could tell the freo trade Evening many nioio birthdays ana expressing Post that If all the states should' vote thenuelvcs as having spent a most In November the same way Vermont LINE A COMPLETE enjoyable evening. has voted Tart would bare the whole Hardwire, Pauls, Mewng Ma cakes, Faming Isapkmesii, Gawliae aad electoral college. OU Stoves, It came early, but It came with a m Groceries ALMOST A HUNDREDFOLD bite to it the Wilson fall frost Bryan and, Parker were both elected In AuOnp of our subscribers of long gust and burled under, snowstorm pf (.landing and' ono' cf our good friends, MAJN STFJCXT. . ballots In November, and Wilson la) harrying to the same snow pile. X'Dak'erorWailaceton, sur- - The action of the executive commit-te- o of the Bar association in revoking the election of three colored members, gentlemen of spotless professional standing and excellent personal character, by their local committees, was outrageously, cruelly unjust and ought to be repudiated by every reputable lawyer In the United States. It was a concession to that southern Democratic prejudice which seeks to crush the spirit of manly aspiration In the negro's breast and to tolerate him only as a laborer on tho plantations and for tho households where his ancestors wero slaves. It amounts to an attempt to nullify the constitution of tho United States, as amended after the rebellion, by men whose sacred obligation nnd welcome duty It should bo to support that Instrument in their every act as lawyers and as citizens. In their resolute backing of Assistant Attorney General Lewis against the assaults of rank Bourbonlsm and racial prejudice, President Toft and his attorney general have the godspeed of every American who believes In the principles for which Lincoln died, and who Is determined that the sacrifices which the nation offered up on the altar of freedom and equal rights for all shall not havo been mad BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE price Rfght j. d, (lARKST0NGtveU' . aC"" lr.j. - - THE CITIZEN. docsnT pfdve ""anything tfle'fe is" a point that does. Just the little training you bad from (hat choirmaster won't account for the wonderful accent and case with which you sing. Eomewhero In your close blood is a marrelously trained vocalist: we every one of us beilove that, Freckles. "Why does my father refer to yon constantly as being ot fine perceptions you llccauso are. and honor? Why does the Bird Woman Freckles. leave her precious work and stay hore to help look after you? I never beard ot her losing any time over any one else, Ifs because she loves you. And why does Mr Mclcnn turn all ot his valuablo business over to hired men and watch over you personally? And why is he hunting excuses every dny to spend money on you? My father says McLean Is full Ilo ts a Scotch close with a dollar. bard headed business man, Freckles, and ho Is doing tt because he finds you worthy of It Worthy ot all wo ran all do and more than we know Dot to do, dear beartl Freckles, are yon listening to mo? Ob, won't you eee it? Won't you believe it?" "Oh, angel," chattered the bewildered Freckles, "aro you truly meaning it? Could it ber "Of course it could," flashed the angel, "because It Just UP "But you can't prove it" walled Freckles. "It ain't giving me a name or me bonorP "Freckles," said tho angel sternly, "you are unreasonable!" Why, 1 did prove every word 1 saldl Everything proves it! You look hero! If you knew for sure that I could givo you your name and your honor, and prove to you that your mother did love you, why, then would you Just go to breathing like perpetual motion and bang on for dear life and get well?" A great light leaped into Freckles' eyes. IH September III 19, igta. FRECKLES By (tan Sfcrafttan- - COPiTUCHT. 1904. BY DOUBIXDAY. PACE & CO. thafTovlng, careful raising and money can give you. 1 have so much less thau nothing that I don't suppose 1 bad any right to be born. It's a sure thing nobody wanted me afterward, ao, of course, they didn't before. Homa of them should bare been telling you long ago." yon haro to tell. Freckles, I've known that quite awhile," said the angel stoutly. "Mr. McLean told my father, and he told me. That only makes mo love you more, to pay for all you've missed." "Then I'm wondering at you," said Freckles, in a voice of awe. "Can't you see that if you were willing and your father would come and offer you to me, I couldn't be touching the PJJOLOGtZE. soles of your feet, in love me, whose This romance 0 PVecA:3 and people brawled over me, cut off me to hand, and throwed mo the Angel of the Limberloat is and to die! Me, who away no freese name has entertain-tri- g, one of the moat novel, Just as much because I've no right wholesome and fascinating to any, ns because I don't know stories that have come from the When I was little. I planned to find pen of an American author in me father and mother when I grew many years. The characters in up. Now I know me mother deserted me, and me father was maybe a thief this sylvan tale are-- : end surely a liar. The pity of me Freckles, a plucky waif who suffering and the watching over me guards the Limberloat timber has gone to your bead, dear angel, angels. and lt'a me must be thinking for you. leases and dreams The Swamp Angel, in whom If you could bo forgetting mo lost was raised, and that freckles' sweetest dream ma- hand,nowhere I to give you, and If youI name had terialises. would be taking mo as I am, some McLean, a member of a lumber day people such aa mine must be mampany, who befriends Freckles. might come upon you. I used to pray Mrs. Duncan, who gives moth-s- r lvcry night and morning and many times the day to see me mother. Now love and a home to Freckles. I only pray to die quickly and never Mo-LeaDuncan, head teamster of risk the sight of her. Tain't no ways gang. Umber possible, angel it's a wlldness of The Bird Woman, who is col- your dear bead. Oh, do, for mercy lecting camera studies of birds sake, kiss me once more and be letting me goP for a book. angeL "Not for minute Lord and Lady O'More, who "Not for aa minute. PIfcried theare all thoso a the reasons you have. There are in .quest tome from Ireland lost relative. thousands of young couples who come surgeon, stroking tbe angel's sunshiny hatr, "snd I can road in the face of her thst she knows bow she Is going to work It out Sbe will rove blmP Tho angel sped laughingly down the hall, and Into tbe street Just as she was. "I have come," she said to the matron of the home, "to ask It you will allow mo to examine, or, better still, to take with me. the little clothes thst'n boy you called Freckles, discharged Inst fall, wore the night you took him In." Tbo woman eyed her In greater astonishment than the case called for "Well. I'd be glad to let you see tbem.' sbe said, "but the fact Is we haven't them. I do hope we haven't I was thnrouclilj made some mistake. convinced, and so was the niiperlnien dent. We let his people take ihw things away yesterday. Who ure von, and what do you want with them?" Tho angel looked at ibe matron dated and speechless. There couldn't bave been a minute," sbo continued, seeing tho girl's distress. "Freckles was hero when I took charge, ten years ago. Thcsa people bad it alt proved plain as day that be belonged to them. They had him traced to wbero he ran away down In Illinois last fall, and tbore they completely lost track ot him. I'm sorry you seem so terribly disappointed, but It was all right The man was his uncle, and as like tbe boy as ho could possibly be. 11a was almost killed to go back without blm. If you know where Freckles is, they'd give big money to find out" "Who nro they?" stammered the angeL "Where are they going back to?" 'They are Irish folks. Miss," said the matron. "They bave been in Chi- - ""mi" salvation lies here." said the aer rof ntT tBe-cjhis lost nephew, and leaves Chicago today for bis home In Ireland." Sbo read on. and realized every word The likeness settled It It was of Freckles over again, only older and There was not a elegantly dressed. chance to doubt Thank you; and wait, no matter how long," she said to her driver. Catching up the paper, she hurried to tho desk and laid down Lord O'M ore's card. "Has ray uncle started yet?" sbo asked, sweetly. Tho surprised clerk stepped back on a bellboy, and covertly kicked blm for being In tho way. "Ills lordship Is In bis room." bo said, with a low bow. Tho clerk shoved tho bellboy toward the angel, "Show her ladyship to tho elevator ind Lord U'More's suit," bo said, bowing double. At the bellboy's tap tbe door swung jpen and tbe liveried servant thrust u The :ard tray before tbe angel. rZrd O'More ItiW it "if that's all it of n's 1 "If I knew that, angel," ho said solemnly, "you couldn't be killing me It you felled the biggest treo In tho Llmberlost smash on meP "Then you go right to work," said tho angel, "and before night I'll prove one thing to you: I can show you easily enough bow much your mother loved you. That will be the first step, and then tho rest will all come." Freckles caught ber sleeve. "Mo mother, angel! Me motborP be marveled hoarsely. "Did you say you could be finding out today if me mother loved me? How? Oh. angelt All the rest don't matter, if only me moth- opening of the door created a current that swayed a curtain asldo, and in an adjoining room, lounging in a groat chair, with a paper in his hand, sat tho man who was, beyond question, of Freckles blood and race. With perfect control tho angel dropped Lord O'Moro's card on tbe tray, whipped past his servant, and comlngP stood before hla lordship. She kissed and bugged blm and then "Uood morning." sho said with tho wife wbo bad come wltb blm. Sbe tenso politeness. opened the bundlo ot yellow and Lord O'More glanced her over with brown linen and gavo Just a glanco amused curiosity until ber color at tho texture and work. Then sho to deepen and ber blood to run gathered tho llttlo clothes and tho pichotly. ture to bor heart and led tbo way to "Well, my dear," bo said at last tbo cab. "how can I servo you?" Ushering Lord and Lady O'More into Instantly the angel bristled. She the reception room, sbo said to Mcbad been so shielded In tho midst of Lean. "Please go call up my father almost entire freedom, owing to tbo and ask him to como on tbo first circumstances of ber life, that tbo train." words and tho look appealed to faor Sho swung tho door after blm. as almost insulting. Sho lifted ber These are Freckles' people," sho gesture, head with a proud said to tho Bird Woman. "Yon can "1 am not your 'dear,'" she said. find out about each other. I'm going with alow distinctness. 'There isn't to him." a thing in the world you can do for And she was gone, mo. 1 camo here to boo it I could do Tho nurso left tho room quietly as something a very great something tbo angol entered, still carrying tho for you; but If I don't liko you I won't bundlo and the picture. When they do ltP wero alono tho angel turned to bo-gf- ln Lord O'More did not bear ber. Ha dropped back in his chair and, covering bis face, burst Into those terrible sods thst shako and rend a strong man. Lady O'More hovered over him, weep ing. "Ompht Looks pretty fair for Freckles," muttered the angeL "Lots ot things can bo explained. Now perhaps they can explain this." Tbey did explain so fully that In a few minutes tbe angel was on her feot hurrying Lord and Lady O'More to reach the bospltaL ' "You said Freckles old nurse knew I1 bis mother's picture Instantly," tho angel. "I want that picture and tho bundle of llttlo clothes." Lady O'More gave them Into her bands. Tho likeness was a largo miniature painted on Ivory, with a frame ot beaten gold and the faco that looked out of It was of extreme besnty and surpassing sweetness. Surrounded by masses of dark hair was a delicately cut face, wltb big eyes. In tho upper part of It there was no trace of Freckles, but tho lips curving In smile were his very own. The angel gazed as If she could novcr leave off. Then wltb a quivering breath sbo laid the portrait aside and reached both arms for Lord O'Moro's neck. That will save Freckles' life and insure bis happiness," shs said positively. 'Thank you, oh, thank; yoa for mstterp w of The Man of Affairs, brusque stf manner, but big of heart Wessner, a timber thief who wants rascality made easy. Black Jack, a villain to wham thought of repentance comes too ( Continued from last woeks Issue) """Why. Frecklesr faltered the angel "Yon dont know what yoa are asking. Let yon to!" I cannot I lore you better than any one. Freckles. I think yoa are the very finest person I ever knew. I have our lives all planned, 1 nrant you to go to be educated and learn all there la to know about singing Just as soon as you are well enough. By the time you hare completed your education I shall have finished college, and then I want," she choked on It a second, "I want you to be my real knight, Freckles, and come to me and tell me that you like me a little. I have been counting on you for my sweetheart from the very first, (Freckles. 1 can't give you up unless you don't like me. But you do like me Just a little don't you, Freckles?" Freckles lay whiter than the coverlet, his eyes on the celling and his breath wheezing. The angel awaited late. cried. "Maybe they were once. They're all yellow with laying, and brown with blood stains now," said Freckles, the in. "You old note of bitterness-creepin- g can't be telling anything at all by them. angeL" "Well, but 1 Just canP said the an-gpositively. "But bow? Angel, tell me howP "Why, easily enough. I thought you'd understand. People that can afford anything at all, always get wblto for little new babies linen and lace, and the very finest things to be had. There's a young woman living near us who cut up her wedding clothes to have fine things for ber baby. Mothers that love and want tbelr babies make fine scams, and tucks, and put on lace and trimming by hand. They even sit and stitch, and stltcb-Utt- le. stitches, every one Just as careful. hla answer a 8econd7and when none Tbelr eyes shine and tbelr faces glow. came, she dropped her crimsoning face When they have to quit to do somebeside him on the pillow and whisthing else, tbey look sorry, and fold pered: up their work so particularly. Tbero "Freckles, I I'm trying to make love Isn't much worth knowing about your to you. Can't you help me Just a little patch. clothes won't "Where did you get the courage to mother that those little bit? Ifs awful hard all alonel 1 fgo into the Llmberlost and face Its ter tetL" new light dawned In Freckles' don't know how, when 1 really mean A You inherited it blood (t but Freckles, 1 love you. 1 must rors? bravo father, dear from theWhere eyes. of a heart. leave you, and now 1 guess 1 guess "Oh. angell Will you go now? Will did you get the pluck to bold for over may bo I'd better kiss you next." a year a Job that few men would have you be hurrying?" he cried. angeL "I She bravely laid her feverish, quiv"Hlght away." said the got all? from a plucky ering lips on bis. Her breath, like taken atyou Xou of itboys. You wad- won't stop for a thing, and I'll hurry mother, bravest clover bloom, was in his nostrils, and ed single handed into a man almost with all my mlgbt" her hair touched his face. She smoothed tits pillow, straighttwice your size and fought like a Freckles," she panted, "Freckles! demon. gave htm one steady Just at the suggestion that you ened the cover, 1 didn't think It was In yoa to be could be deceptive and dishonest look in the eyes, and went quietly mean!" Could your mother or your father have from the room. "Mean, angel Mean to you?" gaspOutside the door, McLean and the been untruthful? Here you are, so ed Freckles. hungry and starved out that you are surgeon anxiously awaited ber. McYes," said the angel, "downright dying for love. Where did you get all Lean caught ber shoulders. mean. When one kisses you. It you that capacity for loving? You didn't "Angel, what have you done?" he bad any mercy at all you'd kiss back. inherit it from hardened, heartless demanded desperately. Just a little bit. Mow, I'm going to people who would disfigure you and The angel smiled defiance. try it over, and 1 want you to help me purposely leave you to die. thafa one "What bave I done?" sbe repeated. a little. You aren't too sick to help sure thing. Vet you will spend miser- "I've tried to save Freckles." me Just a little. Freckles?' McLean groaned. able years torturing yourself with the "What will your father aayr he Idea that your own mother mlgbt have CHAPTER XXI. cut off that band. Shame on you. cried. Freckles! tour mother would bave "It strikes me," said the angel, Bxxxaa a DiBTiiBianT. "that what Freckles said would be to HECKLES' sinewy fist knotted done this" into the coverlet. His chin The angel deliberately turned back tbe point" burst out McLean. "FrecktesP pointed celllngward and bis the cover, slipped up tho sleeve and "Wbat could be say?" head rocked on the pillow, laid ber Hps on the scars. "lie seemed to be able to say several "Walt a bit, angel P he begged. "Be "Freckles," she cried, "come to your "I giving me a little timet" senses! Be a thinking, reasoning things," said the angel sweetly. The angel rose with controlled fea man! You Just must see it! Like fancy the one that concerns you most breeds like In this 'world! You must at present was, that if my father ftures. btie bathed his face, straightened his hair and held water to his lips. be some sort of reproduction ot your would offer me to him be would not seemed an age before be reached for parents, and 1 am not afraid to vouch bavo me." , ' Bhe took hla hand and leaned tor them, not for a minute. Bier, "And no one knows why better than McLean. "Every day "And then, too, if more proof la I do." thundered tier check upon It. Tell me, Freckles,'' she whispered needed here It is: Mr. McLean says be most astoolsb me wltb some new aofUy. that you are the most perfect gen- fineness." -He gripped tbe surgeon until he al"If I can," said Freckles, in biting tleman he ever knew, and he baa agony. "Ifs Just this. Angels are from traveled the world over. Then most lifted blm from tbe door. Outcasts are from below, there your singing; I dont believe "Save blmP be commanded. "Save above. there ever was a mortal with a sweet-e- j blmP be Implored. "He to too floe to tfon'rs a sound body and you're voice- - than yonm. .and whllo"that be sacrificed." -tiful t of all. . Yoa have ererrUilnp 1 to this country and start a family with none of their relatives here. Chicago is a big city, and grown people could be wiped out In a lot of ways, and who would there ever be to find to whom their little children belonged? It's all so plain to me. Oh, If I could only make you seeP She burled her face In the pillow and presently lifted It, transfigured. "Now I have ltP she cried. "Oh, dear heart! I can make tt so plain! Freckles, can you Imagine you 6ee the old Limberloat trail? Well, when we followed it, you know, there were places where ugly prickly thistles overgrew the path, and you1 went ahead with your club and bent them back to keep them from stinging through my clothing. Other places there were great shining pools where lovely, snow white lilies grew, and you waded In and gathered them for me. Oh, dear heart, don't you see? Ifs this! Everywhere the wind carried that thistledown, other thistles sprang up and grew prickles arid wherever those Illy seeds sank to the mire the puro white of other lilies bloomed. But, Freckles, there was never a place anywhere about the Llmberlost or in the whole world, where tho thistledown floated and prang up and blossomed into white lilies! Thistles grow from thistles and lilies grow other lilies. Dear Freckles, think bard! You must too Itl You are Illy, straight through! Yon never, never could have drifted from the thistle er didn't do ltP "Then you rest easy," said the angel, with largo confidence. "Your mother didn't do it Mothers of sons like you don't do such things as that I'll go to work at once and prove it to you-- Tbo first thing to do la to go to that borne where you wero and get tho little clothes you wore the nlgbt you were left there. I know that tbey are required to save those things carefully. We can find out almost all there Is to know about your mother from them. Did you over see them. Freckles?" "Yls." said Freckles. The angel literally pounced on him. "Freckles, wero. they whlto?" she "WHO ASM Ton AND WHAT DO TOO WAKT WITH THXM?" cago and over the country for the last three months, hunting blm everywhere. They have given up and aro starting home today. They" "Did they leave an address? Where could 1 find them?" burst in tho angeL "They left a card, and I notice tbs morning paper has tho man's picture and Is full of them. They've advertised a great deal in tbo city papers. Ifs a wonder yon haven't sees something." "Trains don't run right We never get Chicago papers," snapped the angel. "Please give me that card quickly. They may get away from me. I simply bare to catch themP The matron came back with a card. "Tbelr addresses are on there," she said. "Both here In Chicago and at tbelr borne. They made tbem full and plain, and 1 was to cable at once If I got tbe least clow of blm at any time. If they've left the city, yoa can stop them In Now York. You're sure to c&tcb them before tbey sail if you hurry." The matron caught up a paper and thrust It Into tbe angel's hand as sbe rushed for the street There was a silken rustle and a beautiful woman with cheeks of cherry bloom, hair of Jet and eyes ot pure Irish blue, moved to Lord O'Moro's sldo and. catching his arm, shook him impatiently. Terence! Haro you lost your senses 7" sbo cried. "Didn't you understand what tbo child said? Look at her face! Bee what sho hasP "I beg your pardon." bo said. "The fact Is. I am tearing Chicago sorely disappointed. It makes me bitter and reckless. 1 thought it was some more ot those queer, useless people that bare thrust themselves on me constantly, and 1 was careless. Forgive mo and tell me why you came." "I will If I like you." said the angel stoutly, "and If 1 don't 1 wontP "But 1 began all wrong, and now T don't know bow to make yon like me," said his lordship, wltb sincere penitence in bis tone. The angel looked into tho beautiful woman's face. "Are yon his wife?" she asked. "Yea," said tho woman, "I am bis wife." "WelL" Mid the angel Judicially, "tho Bird Woman says no one In tho whole world knows all a man's big nesses and all his littlenesses as his wife does. Wbat you think of him ought to do for mo. Do you liko "Better than any one in tbo wbolo world." sold Lady O'More promptly. Tbo angel mused a second, and then ber legal Ungo came to the fore again. "Yes, but bare yon any one yon could like better If be wasn't all right?" Freckles and saw that the crisis was, Indeed, at band. "Angel," be panted. "Ob, angell Did you get tbem? Are they whlto? Are tho llttlo stitches tbero? Oh. angell Did mo mother lovo me?" Tbo words seemed to leap from his hlmr II B It ttu she persisted. 1 haro three of hla sons, two llttlo daughters, a father, mother and several brothers and sisters," came the quick reply. "And you liko blm beat?" persisted the angel with finality. "I love blm so much that I wonld give up every ono of tbem wltb dry eyes. If by so doing 1 could save him," said Lord O'Moro's' wife. "OhP cried tho angeL "Oh. myP CHAPTER XXII. She lifted her clear eyes to Lord TXTE AKOZXB OUU) STOUT. O'Moro's and shook ber bead. HE angel glanced at tbe card. "Sbo never, never could do tbatP The Chicago address was suit she said. "But if a a mighty big thing II, Auditorium. She laid ber to your credit that sbe thinks sho band on ber driver's sleeve. could. I guess I'll tell you why I There's a fast driving limit?" sbe camo." asked. Sbe laid down the paper and touched "Yes, miss." tbe portrait "Will you crowd it all you can with"When you wero Just a boy, did out danger of arrest? 1 will pay welL people call you Freckles?" she. asked. I must catch some peoploP "Dozens of good fellows all over IreThen sbe smiled at him. Tbe hos- land and tbe continent are doing it toAudi- day," pital, an orphans' home, and the answered Lord' O'More. torium seemed a queer combination to The angel's face lighted with ber that driver, but the angel was always most beautiful smile. and everywhere tbe angel, and ber "1 was sura of It" sbe said winning-ly- . ways were strictly her own. "That's what we call blm, and be "I will get you there Just as quickly is so like you. 1 doubt if any one ot as any man could wltb a team," be those three boys of yours are more so. said promptly, But It's been twenty years. Seems to Sbe clung to tbo card and paper, me you've been a long time comlngP and, as best sbe could in tbo lurching, Lord O'More caught the angel's swaying cab, read tbe addresses over. wrl'ta and his wife slipped ber arms "O'More, suite eleven. Auditorium." about ber. "O'More."' she repeated. "8eems "Steady, my girl I" said tho man's to dt Freckles to a dot Wonder If voice hoarsely. "Don't make me think that could be bis name? 'Suite eleven.' you've brought word of tbe boy at this meuns that you are pretty well fixed. last hour unless you know surety." Suites In tbe Auditorium come high." "Ifs all right" said the angeL "We Then sbe turned tbe card and read bave blm, and there's no chance of a on its reverse. Lord Maxwell O'More. mistake. If I hadn't gone to that boms M. R. tllllvany place. County Clare. for hla little clothes and beard of you Ireland. and been bunting you and bad met "A lord manP sbe groaned despair- you on the street, or anywhere, I "A lord manl Bet my boe should bare stopped you and asked you ingly. cako's scorched P wbo you were Just because you are so Sbe blinked back the tears and. like blm. Ifs all right I can Ull spreading tbe paper on ber knee, read: you where Freckles Is; but whether "After three months' fruitless seareb. yondjaerre to know that's another burning tips. Tbo angel drop pod tho bundle on the bed and laid the picture, faco down, across his knees. Bno gently pushed bis bead to the pillow and caught bis arms In a firm grasp. "Yes. dear heart." she ssld with fullest assurance. "No little clothes were ever whiter. I never in all ray tlfo saw sucb dainty. One little stitches, and. as for loving you, no boy's mother ever loved him moreP , A great trembling seized Freckles. "Sure? Are you sure?" ho urged, wltb clicking teeth. "I know," said tbo angel firmly.. "And, Freckles, wbllo you rest and bo glad I want to tell you a little story. When you feel stronger we will look at tbo clothes together. Thoy aro hero. Tboy are all right But when I was at tbe homo getting tbem 1 beard of some people that wero hunting a lost boy. I went to sea, them, and what tbey told me was all so exactly like wbat might bavo happened to you that I must tell you. Then you'll see that things could bo very different from wbat you bare always tortured yourself with thinking." Freckles lay quiet under her touch, but bo did not bear a word tbat sho was saying until his roving eyes rested on ber face: and he Immediately noticed a remarkable thing. For the first tlmo sbo was talking to blm and doing everything but meet his eyes. That was not like tbo angel at alL It was tho delight of bearing her speak that sho always looked ono squarely in tbo faco and wltb perfect frankness. "and bo was a sour, grumpy old man," sho was saying. "Ilo always bad been spotlwL becauso be was aa only son and bad a tltio and a estate. He would bave Just bis way, no matter about bis sweet little wife, or his boys, or any one. So when bis eldest son fell in love with a beautiful girl with a Utlo, tbo very girl of all the world bis father wanted him to, and added a big adjoining cstato to his, why, that pleased blm mightily. Then be went and ordered bis other son to marry a poky kind ot a girl tbat nobody liked to get another big estate on tho other side, and tbat was different That was all tbo world different, becauso tho eldest son bad been in lore all bis llfo with tbe girl be married, and, oh, Freckles, Ifs no wonder, for I saw her! She's a royal beauty and she baa the sweetest way. "But tbat poor younger son, bo had been In lovo wltb tho Tillage vicar's daughter all bis life. Thafs no wonder either, foe she was more beautiful yet Sbe could slog like tbe angels, but sbo hadn't a cent Sha loved him to death, too, if be was bony and freckled and red haired G don't mean that! Tbey didn't say what color his bnlr was, but his father's must bavo been tbo reddest ever, for wben ho found out about them, and it wasn't anything so terrible, ho Just btgJ t;. cared! The old man went to seo tbe girl tbe pretty one with no money, of course and be hurt ber feelings ostll she ran away. She went over to London and began studying music. Sooa sbe. grew to be a lovely singer, and then she Joined a company and cams to this country. i (Continued next week.) iWOOLLY APHIDES CAUSE MUCH ... INTENSIVE FARMING Making A Common Farm Pay Well use, ... can item immtdlatelr beneath the true bark, whose office la to furnish new wood on the ono side and new bark on the other. Thla drain upon the tree'a food supply and the consequent Imporerlshment of the growing tissue at the point of attack tends to Interfere seriously with tho proper development of the stem attacked. Especially la thla true in a year when these pesta are apt t appear In countless numbers. Tho withdrawal of nourishment, aided by tho mechanical Injury to the bark. Is Tory apt to causa cracks to appear In the latter, which, by exposing the wood beneath, produce a wound which will greatly retard. If It does not destroy, the gTOwth of the stem boarlng It No part of a tree la moro llablo to an attack, followed by a rosult of this nature, than young grafts. The damage to auch Is at onco apparent. The parts of a treo most liable to an attack by tho woolly aphis ore In tho current Issuo of Farm and Ktresldo appears an artlclo entitled Attack Dr.eded 'Making a Common Farm Toy Well." and Youngest Hence Receiving Greatest Amount of Nourishing Dark. In the course ot tho artlclo, tho story Sap Kerosene Emulsion Is Recommended s told of T, E. Martin of Monroo as Efficient Remedy. County, Now York, whoso success has been great. A part of Martin's story (Of P. IT. mtXMAM.) Woolly aphldea ere degraded loiecte kept reduced to nondestnictlro num- follows: "In 1892, Martin, who was then a oloieljr allied to the plant lice ao com- bers. Kerosene emulsion formed by very young man, bought a mon to all plant. Their mouth-pa- rt iddlng to one part of a boiled mixare ao conitructod aa to form farm for 5,000. Ho paid $2,000, pound of common a aharp pointed tucking beak. Thla ture of all tho money ho had, In cash, and loap and a gallon of water, two parte li thruit through the tendereat bark of kerosene, thoroughly rolling, and gavo p. mortg&go on tho place for tho and the tree's aap thus withdrawn. fragility of thla tucking or- diluted with cold water to form fif- balance Whereupon somo ot his The Tery wag gan leads to the greateit damage to teen to twenty parts la an efficient neighbors chuckled and observed gishly among themselves that Martin the Infested tree, becauao It can be remedy. A double handful of refuse tobacco, could havo bought just as good and a Inserted only Into or possibly partially through the outer bark; thui the oolled In a gallon of water to form much prettier gold brick In town for nourishment li withdrawn from tho I strong tea, and diluted to form six tho samo money. DAMAGE TO THE FRUIT TREES Insula T.ndcr.st BE RE A Five Great Sckooh Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OP THE MOUNTAINS What Are Yeur Talent ? What Are Your Aim? Berea Has the Training That is Beat Fer YOU. Are yoa not far advanced I Than enter the FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thoa. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Here yS will be placed with other ltk yourself, under a special teaeher, and afe mast rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and tike cos branches aad be ready to use them. You will have singinr, drawing, faics and household management, and trae One year la the Few datlon School cost less than $90- and Is worth 1,000. ' Aro you aiming to be a teacher! Then Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsrnore, Dean. Her yoa will be M trained that you will fear no lamination, and you will be taught hew ta teach. The demand tor Derea trained teachers far exceeds the supply, Are yeu Interested la earning moneyf THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles K. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Selene. Weedwerk and Carpentry. Nurelng. Printing and Business Course, Eta. Here you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy dotal thing In a superior manner. Are yoa desiring the next best thing to a College Course T Than taksj two years or three year in the GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Maths ny, Dean- Tr years, or three years. In auch practical studies a will fit yon for aa honor able aad useful lite. You select your studies from such as tinier Fhyti-olog- y the science of health; Civics the science of government) Oram ma the art ot correct speech and lstter-wrltlnEthics the science of rifat and wrong; History necessary for polities, law and general tntelllgsnoa) Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady I Physi- othe sclenoe ot machlaery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, eta etc Do yoa wish to prepare to enter Colleger Start in the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COUR8E3, Francis E. Mslheny, Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and. History. Th s Aeadamy has Its own and Men'a Dormitory, and a bug bod ot sKadeata of high oharaoter and ability, able Instructors, aad as ot 0ai lag Library and apparatus. text-bookBook-Binding; class-room- chickens and butter his family one-hal- f "Certainly Martin might, with perfect propriety, emit A few chuckles himself Incidentally making reference lo tho party who laughs last But ho doesn't. Ho tolls his follow farmers that they can do likewise; ho Is moro than willing to show them how, and It Is interesting to noto that tho majority cf thoso who wcro onco doubters and scoffers aro now bis most enthusiastic admirers and followers. "That's all right,' said Martin, when informed how his deal was looked upon by tho older and presumably wiser heads of tho community. 'Let them laugh. It will do no harm. Uut also loll them to watch mo.' "Thoy watchod. They aro still watching, in amazement, for this is what thoy bco today: A farm that Is debt-frewhoso valuo has Increased o, A Desirable Form of Kettle For Lime 8ulphur. Cook-In- n an aero to $175 an acre, has a dralnago system that cost $2,G00, and which yields annual net profits amounting to somo $1,100. In addition to this, tho owner has a homo and all the vegetables, eggs, from $87 which "Martin was bora on a farm and reared on a farm. But during his earlier years agricultural pursuits bold no charm for him. Ills ambition was to bo a civil engineer, and tho chances aro that ho would havo boon a Successful ono had not circumstances interfered with his plans for tho fu ture. As It was, ho found, after having received only a common-schoo- l education, that ho would bavo to bo a farmer. Ho determined to bo a good ono. This point settled, ho lought his farm and sot out to build It up and 'mako It pay.' A measuro of what ho has accomplished may do found not only In tho success of tho farm Itself, but also In tho fact that tho owner has been called to tho management of tho demonstration farms of a largo railroad company." Clustsred 'About the Side of a Twig. thoso where tho bark la youngest and tendercst and benco receiving tho greatest amount of nourishing aap. Tho Inseets seek the sap and their frail beaks must needs bare tho tendercst bark to pierce that tho desired nourishment may bo reached. Tho reautrcd conditions aro presented, as wo may readily boo, In recent Injuries to the bark whoro now bark is forming, aa for Inatanco, scare whero limbs havo been removed, or cracks In tho bark at any part of the tree; the young "sprouts" that so commonly spring from the trunk and older limbs of tho tree; about the A Colony of Aphides VIM tr. BV - ' or eight gallons, Is a valuable and Announcement easily prepared remedy. Carbolic soap, auch aa sold in the shops for (Mr. J. H. Arnold of tho U. S. De Prof. Montgomery will bo located disinfecting purposes, dissolved and partment of Agriculture, Washington, at Derea permanently and will bo so diluted that a decided odor of caronly too glad to answer questions and bolic acid still remains, Is another ef- D. C, spent Monday nnd Tuesday traveling through tho country around glvo advlco on any subject pertainfective remedy. Bcrca with Trot. Montgomery plan- ing to raising better crops nnd betning tor tho cxporlmcnt and demon-ctratlo- n ter llvo stock. Ho Is cut among tho BEGIN EARLY TO work that tho Department farmers most of tho time, but any Is taking up hero. letter of Inquiry addressed to him Mr. Montgomery ooa In caro of Tho Citizen will recelvo Mr. TRAIN THE COLT great Arnold and for development his prompt attention. possibilities on these worn out hill and mountain Tho Citizen has entered into an farms that co many havo lost faith Tho training of the colt should begin In. Their confidence in this country agreement with Prcf. Montgomery by soon after be I foaled If we mean to Is greatly increased by a number ot which he Is to edit tho columns achlevo the best results. If the mare men who havo already built up their going undsr tho heading of Is got up at night, begin by petting coll so that It produces more than "Intenslvo Farming." It Is hoped him and letting blm know that you aro years ago. that thcroby this dopartmcnt may his friend, write It. Smith In Farm twice what It did a few bo mado much moro protltablo to And this Is possible for overy farmJournal. cur readers. After be Is a month or so old begin to er In this region. accustom him to tho baiter. After ho tHairraBny other Tfny.Tn ihy" opinion. nrnTcom andKTve"lherft "free access to bns had It on a fuw time take n long When a colt is once started don't whip or stick and, standing In front of take your eyes off blm. Watch blm tbeso at all times in clean troughs, al him, gently pull on tho halter stall. If every minute. Keep your lines tight low them the milk of their dams and he docs not respond, and bo probably enough to catch blm In an Inxtnnt, and sell them at seventy to ninety pounds Where one Is so will not, reach around and Up blm ou you will savo yourself a whole lot of beforo wennlng. largely engaged in the sheep business tho hips or hind feet enough to start troublo nnd many times a spoiled colt him, at tlio same tlmo calling blm to Many times when a colt starts to that be can handle a carload of weth' come. Usually, after n few Jumps and kick or balk a sharp pull of tho linos crs at a time this is certainly tho way to mako quick nnd easy money. plunges, be will giro up and follow. and a word will stop blm, but when My expcrlcnco has been that by pushAfter a colt Is onco halter broken his ho once docM It It Is likely to spoil him. harness education can rest for awhile, If a colt Is Inclined to bo vicious or to ing the early lambs forward In this but don't ccaso to keep on making balk and you seo he Is going to, stop friends with Mm. him. Don't waifuntll he does It himAfter ho Is threo years old It Is well self. to teach tho colt tho use of the harDon't under any provocation lose ness. I usually put on tho bridle, tho your temper and don't whip tho colt pod and the breeching and let 111 in go On very few occasions It mny bo well n few times. After be Is a littlo accus- to Jilt blm a blow; but. If the colt be tomed to these straps put on the check high strung, tbnt usually does more and reins, running them through tho harm than good. Don't bo afraid of thill lugs, and drlro blm around until becoming too friendly with your colts. be lenrns to obey the bit Teach him Tliej appreciate kindness as well as JsasgaBkt Hm- - sTf to back as well. I Ilk to hitch a human beings and will thrive upon it here-toforo Berea College REV. CHAS. F. HUBBARD, D. D., Dean a The College Itself stands npart from all the other schools undoflts management nnd linn long maintained the highest stnndnrds known In the South. To conform to tho Carnegie standards we have diminished our for-tnrequirements Itequired nnd elective studies with opportunity to concentrate in particular lines. Largest college library in Kentucky. Laboratories equipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees of A. 11., B. S., B. L., and B. Ped. MU8I0 "(Sinning Free). Read Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, T&aon, Band, may bo taken tor speetal fees (a connection with work la any of (la er 1 abort schools. Questions Answered Bare Berea, Friend ef Working Students. fnaUttttlea. schools, la not a moneor-saklnIt It expends many tho&aa&aa ot acllar eaob. year danta, Riving highest adraatagea at lowest cost, g Aphid Enlarcjed One Winged vidual la Htro 8hown. Indi m In America the price of rood, weighty draft horses never was better than at present, nor does Clover Bloat. Bloat in cattlo generally comes as tho result of pasturing clover, though It Is a fact that lu somo cases ordinary grass pasture will produce tho samo results if It is rank when cattlo that havo not been usod to It aro turned In. The Importance of getting cattlo used to clover while It is dry cannot bo overemphasized. It may be necessary In somo instances to turn them In for an hour or two ouly during tho mlddlo of the day, and continue this for two or three days, bo that tho ravenous edgo for tho new clover is taken off their appetites. Under no circumstances Bhould they bo turned from a dry lot when they are hungry Into a clover field. Scours In Calves. bases of tho younger twigs, sometimes about tho body of auch twigs; and, lastly, at tho Junction of tho loaf stems with tho twigs bearing them. Indeed, a tree which Is badly affected will present examples of each of tbeso cases. A colony of these Inseets may be located by the mass of woolly material which usually surrounds and frequently covers them. Thla matter Is eecrotod by glands In the body akin, and in developing becomes more or Finally it Is blown less fibrous. Physic each calf with castor oil in milk, then give two or threo times dally ono to two- - tenspoonfuls of n mixture of ono part of salol and two parts of subnltrnte of bismuth, according to ago and size of calf and severity of symptoms. Isolate affected calves. quality. The Southdown ewes produce more than one Iamb at birth, often two and sometimes three. They are a very valuable breed for early lambs, as the lambs grow rapidly. The Southdown Is an English breed, taking Its name from the Bouthdowns, the broken and hilly lands of Sussex and neighboring count! of England. Quite extensively bred. The breed Is hornless, and the face and legs are ot a gray-brow- n color. The best rams when fat often weigh 300 pounds and the ewes from 175 to from 13 to ISO. The body Is rather blocky. This breed furnishes a fleece of good quality, weighing from six to seven pounds. The wool Is rather short, but of medium fine texture. The mutton la of excellent ular mutton breeds ot sheep and is The Southdown Is one ot our pop- ta earn aad save la every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protaat the charaetor and reputation of boa ycssc people, par students com trosa the best fnrille and are earnest to do well aad Improve. Vet any who may, be alek th College pro rifles doctor and nurse without extra charge. ana All axaept those with parents la Berea Mve In CoUesa assist la work at boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving voleible tralav Ing, and geitlnf pay accardiag to the value of their labor. fetoept In wl tar It 1a sajweted that all will have a chance to urn a part, )t fcbslr a pans. Writ to th Secretary before cosalaj.to secure saapleymeat. PERSONAL EXPENSES for efetblnf. Uandry, postage, books. ertc. vary with eflffamnt asopl. Beraa tavern slain clothing. Our ettsaata tit regardless ot the weather, warm wriaa but as stftBeaU must attest and andaraleaWasv umbrellas aad overshoes art natsanry, Th tlve Str taralsnea book, toilet articles, work uniforms, asnbraHas aftl other sxeoeesary artlela aa cost LIVING EXPENSES are raolly below cost Th Oolltg asks ao met for the fin bnilatngs la wMoh stsdeat lire, eharglag only enoagk raoaa rent to pay tor cleaning, rapalrn, fuel, lights, and waahlag ot kadflHuf a4 towels. For table board, without coSce or extras, .15 a week, tn tb ti)L aad 91.80 tn winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights., washing of baeV alng; 40 to SO east for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Depoalt," aa aroantt fcr retara of room key, library hooka, etc This la paid bnt onca, aad U Wtral when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on erpemea - for car ef achat) hJM , Lags, hesp-ltallibrary, etc. (Students pay nothing- for tnltfoa or ssrVl4 itf Uaehars all our instruction la a free gift). The raoldaalal F tflf jitfSt students Is 15.00 a term, 18.00 la Academy and Normal, aad fTXO Im Oau giat eonrsea. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee aad roosa Nat W th Urm, board by the halt tarm. Installments art aa follow! College, with Its aflWstH requires certain fees, tat for the benefit ot K at and arranging for atsSe&U eaas bt, !" FAX TltRM AND VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADIUT N0S.1IAL 6.00 Incidents! Fee Room f Board. 7 weeks 3.00 3.6a 7.0a COLLXOS f j.oo 7.00 Amount due Sept. II, Board 7 weeks, due Oct. 30, It paid Incidental Fee Room Board, 6 weeks Totst far terra tn edTance ......... ... 191a ... Jjooj 943 9.45 . fltt.OO l?so oa 9.00 31.40 "l Sjx.90 133.40 37.00 7,30 943 fli.90 f145 '' WINTER TERM f 5.00 .oo the supply equal the demand. Tbs outlook tor breeders Is good, and those who raise big- horeea with quality, whatever the breed, wilt be well rewarded for their trouble. It is not for us to ear which U beet That la largely a matter ot taste. If a popular vote were taken the Percberon would probably stand (Int. The Percheron shown herewith Is a tine specimen of the drafter. HANDLING LAMBS FOR GREATEST It Is well to PROFIT young colt with a good safe horso first if possible, not an "old plug," but a good senslblo horso that will road right along and mind his own business. If you aro breaking tho colt for a roadLUH'-m&.4sssssnfussssss ster, don't let him dawdlo on tbo road. Giro him plenty to do to keep up, and HXsSss bo won't havo tlmo to concoct any mischief. Don't drive him moro than a couple ot miles a day the first fow times, and Young Fruit Ready for tho Third after bo has gone a mile or ao get out Spraying. and uncbeck blm and let blm rest bis away by tho wind in masses of tangled neck a fow minutes. If at any tlmo 'when driving him bo shows any signs .fibre. ot hi neck being tlrod stop him and Nature make provision for the of great number of these let it rest I think a great many colts are driven aphides by providing in them a souro jot food supply for several different until their necks aro so tired they belinseots which thus become our come desperate and do things they agencies would never think of doing under norfriends. These natural greatly reduoe the number of theso mal condition. Having once begun driving a colt, use ipests, but In dry aeatoa nature must b assisted if these Insects aro to bo him every day. Moro colts aro spoiled by being hitched up only onco a weak ssbssta. usn m&t consider Just bow to handle lambs In order to mako tho greatest profit The ewo lambs will, for tho most part bo kopt over for breeding purposes. Tbo wothcr lambs will all bo sold within twolvo months. The problem Is whether to push these forward and soil them on tho early market, say June, July or August or to keep them through till Christmas, January or February and sell thorn for about tho same number of dollars per head that can bo secured In midsummer. Which of tbeso method bould bo adopted will depend on the possibility of selling them In carload lots or to sell them to men who make up carload lota. In a community where there are a great many sheep breeders and where It la possible for shippers to buy carloads ot lambs as they do ot hogs I have no hesitation in saying that the bee t war U to have the lamb eat oats get as many dollars for them In July and August as I could In January and February, in tbo meantime they have consumed far less grain, tho risk of disease bos been reduced to the minimum and money is quickly turned. Where, however, one must depend on tho local butcher for his market for Iambs it Is qulto as well to finish them off at about 100 pounds at nine, ten or eleven months. If any one will compare the weights and prices of lambs on the city market in July and August with the weights and prices in January and February, bo will And that the Iamb sells for about as many dollars in tho first mentioned months as in the I could Ono of the main advantages in selling oarly is that tho risk from disease, especially the stomach worm, is reduced to tbo minimum. Lnmba fed generously aro seldom injured by these worms, oven when kept on Infected pastures. Dut when kept on Infected pastures and given only the milk of their dams they aro very likely to succumb to the disease along in August or September. way 7.10 9.00 i, 9.00 Amount due January 1, 1913 Hoard for t weeks, due Feb. 11, 1913 . f.oa 9.00 719.00 Ju.io 130.70 1 ! 9.00 ijm 9.00 j ' iwai lor terra If paid In adrance . Incidental Fee . . . Room ... ftS.SO SPRING THRU IS1.70 IJl.Jo J 7.00 3 co I.73 f Board, 3 weeks Amount due March ti. 1913 Boards weeks, due Apr, 30, Total for term 3 00 4.00 e.73 0.00 3 00 C.73 1913 .. . 313.73 117.73 I1S.75 4.73 6.75 6.75 , II paid In adTaaca SSt.OO Ju so Fall Isa.OO 114.3a f 13.3a S.00 last Stenography and Typewriting; n.oo i4 oo Bookkeeping; (regular courte) 11.00 14.00 Bookkeeping; (brief course) 0.00 7.00 Business course studies for atudents in other drmrimrnli' Stenopaphjr 9 00 10.3a Typewriting, with one hour's use of Instrument . 6.00 7,00 Commercial law. Commercial Geog- raphy, Commercial Arithmetic or Penmanship, each I.So s.lo In no case will special Business Fees eiceot I13.00 per term. ........ Winttr SPrinf 10.M io.m 3.00 7.3 3.0a 1 .50 M 00 3600 1S.00 Tla4 ' 17,0a 1I.00 3.40 ., " .... .... young man or young woman oan get aa education at Any Beroa If there is the will to do so. It is a irreat advantage to start in the fall and bavo a full rear ot oontlnuous study. Many young people waste time In tho public sohoola going over and over the same things, when they might be Improving much faster by coming to Derea and starting in on new studies with some of the beat young men and women from other oountlea aad state. Applicants must brlmr or send a testimonial alio wine that thev are character. This VfJi for hatching; will give better above 15 years old, in good health, and of goodreliable teacher ormay ba by neigh results it saved from bens that are signedThe some former Berea student or some Is strictly forbidden, of two or three year old, provided they bor. Hurry useFalltobaccobegan September 11. I Term are vigorous and healthy. For Information or friendly advio writ to the Secretary, able-bodied Hurry! Fall Term Began Sept. 11th D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky.W iyfe' Page Bight D. S. THE CITIZEN. Smith. Tho Mltses Lottie? and Ratio Maupln vlaltcd relatives at Brodhcad latt week. Esther Ferguson, who has been nt work In Garrard County for tho past two months, returned home, Tuesday. John Wilder and Frank and Jimmlo Hicks left today for tho ascoclatlcn In Ows ley County. 'Mlsa Mary Rico Is stay ing with Mrs. J. M. Morris this week. Mrs. C. C. Clark Is very sick. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ponder visited relatives In Owsley County last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Massey of Lau-iCreek visited friends and relatives hero Inst week. Andrew Maupln is planning on building a new barn. Tho peoplo of this placo wero very much surprised to hear of tho serious Illness of A. J. Neely's llttlo daughter who Is not expected to livo. Win. Rawllngs passed Uira hero last Sunday on his way homo. Harvey McWhortcr has sold his saw and grist mill to Bob Mctcalf and has gono to stay with Undo Sam cl September gamo-Mlss1 19, 191a. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else H li tit willff. tmtttn"t jMUra aaltttn ill a li till ty Ultt. Writ Ttt nn pUtnlr. rflltiM t toi MIetio, tat oot for NOTE Paris, whero ho has been at work very busy savin es Win-- ! Won In tho ball nlo and Clydo Mooro of Borea wore visiting their aunt, Mrs. Robt. Jones of this placo last week, and aro now visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. "Mooro and other relatives at Tynor. O. W, Moor of Tyncr, nnd Mr. and Mrs.. J. G. Bullock of Gnulcy spent tho night nt tho homo of R. D. Jones, tho 10th Inst. bo. baptised ton ' will go Creek and and Sunday, nlghL tomcrrow. Elder' Col- froni hero to Brush hold Sftturdhy oorvlce and at Conway Sunday Samuel Day TOLSTOI'S RULES OF HEALTH Something LittieBnes CUTTING BOARD QUITE HANDY Convenient Arttele for Uie In Any Play Room May Be Made of Ordinary Place of Pine. Use pine three-quarter- EDITORIAL ' Bro. Lunsford will bo remembered b many. Tho two daughters of Dud LISH ANYTHING THAT IS SENT Colo havo fever. Dr. Hornsby Is the ANONYMOUSLY. Mr, attending physician. Born to Notlco to that effect can bo found and Mrs. Ben Tussey, tho Sth Inst, at tho head of these columns as It a fino boy. stands thero week after week. MeKF.K Tho Cltlicu Is lu receipt, this week, of Bomo Items cf news from Lcno that might provo of Interest to our subscribers In that neighborhood, out wo aro not publishing tho Items causo tho Blgnaturo of tho sender Is not attached. Again wo call upon all of our regu- inr porresnondenta and all otnera who send us Items for publication, or wHte to us for any othen purpose, to remember that WE DO NOT PUB I"0 Johnlo Holt parents of a flno baby girl. Bro. Jna. Lung ford preached at Flat Top four nights last week. H worked on tho church houso during tho day, except ono, Ho helped raise the remains of Bro. Jako Tusscy from tho Filnchum grave yard and convey them to tho grave yard at Flat Top. Tho good work of .V' 7 "" eating nnd SII.VKIl CKKKK Silver Creek, Sept. 16. Mr. 4. Ono hot bath weekly nnd n cold and 'Mrs. WIstnrd Johnson nnd children ono dally. spent Saturday night with tils mother 5. Comfortable nnd not ovcrheavy and father, Mr. and Mrs. w. A. John ClOUlCS. y. son. Mr. and Mrs. '.Major Cru30 and 6. A dry, spacious and sunny dwel ling. 7. Scrupulous cleanliness. 8. Regular and Intensive work which MADISON COUNTY 1. Fresh air day 2. Dally exercise. 3. Modoratlou In and night. s JACKSON COUNTY Isaacs, ISAACS Sept. 13. Farmers aro very wagon and team from M. Edwards. Harrison Edwards cut hlo foot, recently, and has had to quit work for a few days on account of It. H. H. Davis is driving a team for It. E. Taylor. R. E. Taylor has purchased a team of mules from Geo. Pennington. II. C. and J. L. Davis havo completed tho K. P. Hall at Moores Creek. A. J. Castecl Is digging coal. Mrs. to Mary E. Purkey has gone back Ed McQueen's. Thero was a bean stringing at Jim Moore's, Monday night John Ingram and Miss OUle Cu&agln were marled, Saturday evening at the homo of the bride, Rev. wish O. P. Hacker officiating. We them much joy. Clover CLOVKIl BOTTOM Bottom, Sept. 17. Ievl Purkey has purchased a busy foddering and saving millet. McKee, Sept, 16. County Court was held here, Monday. Thero was a largo crowd In town. A, B. Boyu- ton left, today, for his homo In New Burnswick, N. J, Ho was accompani ed by Will Hays, who will attend school thcreMIss Bertha Reynolds has gono to Berea to attend school. W. H. Clark attended tho Stato fair at Louisville last week. Mrs. C. C. Johnson and two daughters, Etta and Martha, of Indianapolis, were vis- iting here, Saturday and Sunday. Tho Turkeyfoot Lumber Co. Is pre paring to build a standard gaugo railroad from Hcidlcburg to McKee. Thy already have mest of tho right of way necessary for tho road, and they say they will begin work immediately. This company owns n vast amount of timber in this county and a railroad Is necessary before it can be worked. OWSLEYCOUNTY Tho TUAVELLEKS 11EST two girls aro vlaltlng her mother, Mrs. Bob Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Iiakcr spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bratcher. A series of meet lgs aro now In progress in Silver Creek Baptist chuich. Our pnstor has engaged tho scrvtco of his ne- phow, Rov. C. T. Brookshlro, recent ly of tho Theological Seminary, now thrco years. pastor of Owcnsboro, Ky. Mr. nnd nimNiNn srniNos Burning Springs, Sept. 14. Tho Wrs. Davo.Browcr and Mr. and Mrs. Rev. S. Chestnut will fill his reg Joo Lamb havo moved to Rogers ular appointment next Saturday and vlllo. Mrs. Tobo Todd spent Sun day evening with Mrs. Mary Kin bunday. wo aro glad that tho sent him to preach for us an dred. Mr. and Mrs. Joo Lewis spent, other year. Miss Lucy Rnwllngs has Sunday with his mother and father, returned from a most delightful vis- Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lewis. it among friends In London, H0CK0A5TLE COUNTY and Harlan. Carl Row hoomk lings Is suffering frem an attack of Boone, Sept. 16. J. H. Lnmbett hay fever. 'Mlsa Bertha Robinson mado a business trip to ML Vernon, has returned to Berea after a month's Monday. Mrs. Matllo Coylo was In recreation among friends here. Iloono ono day last week. Miss I lit Thos Robinson, the shoo drummer, In tle Poyntcr nnd Wits Lyda Levett In Loulsvlllo on buslnws. Mr. and wero guests of Mrs. J. II. Lambert, Mrs. Cbas. Hayes announco the birth Sunday. J. W. Lambert of Berea of a daughter. Geo. Baker sold his passed thru Dooncv Sunday. Last farm to J. L. Rawllngs for thrco hun Saturday and Sunday wore regular dred and seventy-fiv- e dollars. Mrs. church days-a- t Falrvlcw. Geo. Poyn Henry Hornsby bought a good Jersey tcr vl'lted tho family of J. Levett, cow from Dr. Webb for thirty s. Sunday. Mrs. Ward of Livingston Alex Smith from Lesbos, Lau Is visiting Mrs. J. II. Lambert this rel County, made a business trip here, week. Thero will bo meeting nt recently. Our popular Judge, Thos. Flat Gap, Saturday and Sunday, con Rawllngs, was a visitor hero lant ducted by tho Rev. Lamb and others. Messrs, Jesso Maggard and week. Geo. Lamb was doing somo work Jesse 'McDanlel accompanied by Dr. for Mrs. Mattlo Cjylo near Rock- - one-quart- a acta as a preventive against Ills of body nnd mind. bo 9. Rest after labor must not sought In distractions. Night was In tended for sleep. 10. The chief conditions for good health Is a life fruitful In labor and ennobled by good actions, . HEW STORY board. Round the corners by making them of a circle whose radius la of an Inch. Round with the grain of the wood, as shown three-quarte- rs -- thick. You ahould have a piece 7tt inches by 11 Inchee for a cutting of an Itch a dol-lar- Baptist association has Just clostd Its annual meeting at Clover Bottom church which wan well attended and tho people can be praised for their good conduct. It will hold its Gap next annual session at Sand church. Jackson County teachers' as. coclation for tho fourth Educational division will be held at Pino Grove The school houso next Saturday. many friends of Lillian Abrams will be surprised to learn that she eloped with Dunnls Abncr and was married a few days ago. Tho bride is tho only daughter of John W. Abplace, rams, our merchant of this tho groom Is the oldest son of tho widow Sarah Abncr. We wish them e, a long and happy life. Mr. Ned traveling agent for Tho Citizen, parsed thru hero a short time ago and was doing a good business for Tho Citizen. W. A. and Mary llroughton were visiting their daughter, Lucy, of this placo Saturday and Sunday. School Is getting along nice ly at Cave Springs with Miss Olllo Hatfield as teacher. Com crops are good In this section. Above the average. Bradley BIcknell is plannjng to go west In a few days to mako his futuro homo. Charley Jones of Illinois visited" relatives and friends hero a few days. Charley Lunsford was a pleasant caller at tho home of Bradley BIcknell last Sunday. Mc-llon- BUI tho alr.Mcssrs. Frank and Morris of MIddlefork attended the pond Fork Lodgo, Saturday afternoon. been E. O. Schmlttcrs, who has spending tho summer hero and overseeing the constructing of a new barn for W. A. Worthlngton, went away tha morning. Ho leaves a number of friends that were sorry to sec him go away. Miss Walvourd, principal of tho school hero has been very sick for tho last week. Miss Moore, tho hospital nurse, was called, yesterday, to caro for Miss Walvourd, till sho is well again. Mru. K. E. Worthlngton Is taking her place In tho school work. Mrs. Til-li- e York and sister, Miss Susie Watson, were visiting home, Saturday and Sunday. 'Miss Ella Cook and Mlsa Evans visited with Mis3 Watson, recently. W. F. Jones passed through Annvllle, Sunday evening, on his return from tho State Fair at Louisville. Miss Lizzie Llttlo attended tho Christian Endeavor hen, Sunday night. Messrs. Willie and Harry Wedlock attended church heio today. ' CARIOO Sept. 16. Grant Parker Carlco, started for Hamilton, Ohio, the 14th inst, whero ho expects to find work. Singing school started at Flat Top last Saturday and Sunday with Philip Cornell as teacher. Friends aro expecting Edward Evans back on a furlough from the U. S. army, the last of this month. Tho Sunday School Is progressing nicely at Hat Top. Sherman Davidson and Bill Ball visited J. W. Angel, Sunday. Mrs. Orbln Smith Is Improving slowly. ;Jobn Cole baa returned from ANNVILLE Annvillo, Sopt. 16. Tho weather has been very warm, till Friday when we had a shower of rain that cooled cadet at tho Annapolis Naval Academy, is with his mother for a Many students month's vacation. COW CREEK Cow Creek, Sept. 14. The farmers from Laurel Crock left last Slon-da- y to enter Berea College. Last are very busy saving fodder. C. B. Gabbard has 3,237 bundles. Chester week Dr. I. Manning of Manchesteer Baker of Rlcetown left, Sept. 6th, to and Mr. Joplln, field secretary of S. enter school at Bevea. R. W. Mlnter S. work, visited our school and gavo was In Breathitt County last week excellent addresses along tho lines cf A working for a book firm. Miss Mae effective Sunday School work. MIntcr Is attending tho County fair great crowd of Interested persons at Boonevllle. Tho fair holds for assembled In the chapel of our school two days, Sept. 13 and 14th. CaHey, house to greet 'Mr. Powors who has the baby girl of Mr. and Mrs. B. so ably reprcesontcd us in CongrMs. Huff, is very ill. The Baptist asso- Ho has tho unanimous support of all ciation s In session at Grassy Branch, our voters rcgardltss of political Tho largest crowd that ever assemb- parties. Whllo hero ho was tho guest led at that place wae there Satur- of Mr. and Mrs. Fayctto RawlIngJ he 1b. day, Sept 14th-Ca- pt. Short aud whoso brother, Samutl, Marshals Mays, GenLAUREL COUNTY try and Bowman mado a raid hero VIVA last Saturday afternoon and captured Viva, Sept. 1C Mr. and Mrs. Goi. a moonshlno still near tho homo of Daniel Robinson, destroying about W. Curvln of Corbln visited tho famiMrs. 250 gallons of beer. Robinson was ly of F. C. Jones last week. arrested later and bound over to ap- Fannie Simpsou, after an extended pear at Jackwm Federal Court. visit with her father and other relatives of this place, has returned CLAY COUNTY to hor homo in Woodford County. VINK Robert D. Jones returned, last wook, Vine, Sept. 13. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jas. from a business trip to Doublcllck. Pennington nro tho proud parents Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cloyd, of a bouncing boy. His namo is Clark. boy. Mrn. Klzzio Jones, with her Levi Pennlngtcn and Miss Julia llttlo son and daughter, George and Ferguson wero quietly married, Sept. Ruby, aro visiting her slater, Mn, 12th, by tho Rev. D. S. Smith. Mr. Emily Rader of Wclchburg. Elmer and Mrs. Rob Bowman of Sextons Quinlan and sister, Ella, visited In Creek spent Satuidey and Sunday the homo of Steve Quinlan last week. with the former's brother, James T. A. Newman's barn was struck Bowman. Mrs. America Morgan and by lightning tho 7th, but not much MUs Mary Sparks of Lower Burning damage was done, Tho Viva school Springs attended meeting at this Was visited, the 13th, by the East place last Sunday. Gilbert Ferguson Bernstadt graded school, Tho two and Miss Bessie Hicks were quietly schools had a speaking contest ami married at the hemo of the bride's ball game. The Viva boys won in tho grandfather, Sept. 12tb, by the Roy. speaking conteat but East Bernstadt son-in-la- w Travelers Rest, Sept. 9. Farmers their have begun to take care of fodder. Wo havo had several days of dry weather which Is cutting short The melon crop tho lato crops. has been exceedingly good this year. S. P. Caudill and wife, Clay Smith and wife and Miss Ella Botner will start this mornlsg for Louisville. S. I. Caudill will work in the housewhich ho is representing, Tho Lulsvlllo Tin and Stove Co. Mr. Smith will buy goods, while the ladles vis-I- t friends. Mrs. Martha Caudill was very much surprised one day last week by finding a nice black lamb following Its mother. This is the third lamb this year from the same cwo. She had twins in tho first part of the year and the third one last week. S. A. Caudill and Brown Bow man of this place attended the Sun day School convention held at Heidel' burg last Sunday. It has been reported that tho board of trustees of the Vincent graded school has con tracted with SIIa3 Moore of this Coun ty to teach and act as principal of Alfred Marcum was the school. wedded to Miss Maggie Mclntlre of Buck Creek a few days ago. The Teachers Association cf Educational Division No. 4 was not held on the Sth, but will convene Oct. 12th, Jesso Reese and Emma Horn of Earnestville were married last week, Frank Kcndrick'o wife pas30d away today about 2:30 p. m. We ex tend pur heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved ones. She leaves a husband and one child OLD ORDER PASSING Time was when carelessness was not sin. But it is recognized now as Laving as disastrous resulta as sin, nt least. There was not, then, In those days headaches and heartaches, intemperance, disease, health, wealth, salvation everything was thought to bo of God. God was a tnnster, an autocrat, yea even a pitiless dictator. Men's destinies were in Urn hands. If they waxed rich or great, or became diseased, or poor, or lost dear friends in epidemics or even in a brawl, it was declared to be "the Will of God," and man's greatest virtue was resignation, pas-sir- e submission. What inspiration in such living? Is God to be glorified in puppets? Are we mere tools in his hands, or kites flying at the mercy of wind and weather on his strings? Compare tho excellence of the sailing vessels with that of the modern liners. Chooso cart and the latest product of between the primitive wooden-wheele- d our locomotive works. Then note the type.of character produced by the primitive ways of thinking, living, and acting na compared with that produced by modern ideas. works out God's laws in the universe. He plants Man corn, studies its nature and needs, supplies those needs, husbands carefully every item in the production of a fine crop, and, as n result, reaps such a harvest as was never before known, lie obeys the laws of health and becomes strong and robust. He makes war on the disease eertn and wards of disease and suffering. and glorify him in Men think God's thoughts after him discovering his ways and will. God is glorified to day in men, not in groveling puppets. to-da- y to-da- apparently, "a better way" of living, thinking and acting. Freckles, tho best and most pop ular story wo have ever run, will soon end. We are sure it has given new ideals to every boy who hai read It, and It has stirred the parents to provide better conditions for their children. It has been pre eminently a boy's story) but Interest' ing and helpful to everyone But began now, as promised when wo Freckles, wo nt going to run a story setting forth JuRt on high Id cols for our girl readers "Tho Girl of Tho Limberlost." This girl know Freck les and got hrr inspiration from him Her trials were greater, if anything. than his, and her triumph as great. It wo wero akod to put forth tho t thing possible for tho young Veoplo of tho mountains In Tho Citizen tho next three months unj wero pressed to tell what it would 11 be, we should havo to say that will not bo tho Sunday School Lev son, nor Tho Sermon, nor any of the supposedly best things that wo hare been running. IT WILL BE, THE GIRL OF THE LI.MUEItLOST. Wo almost begged our teacher readers to use Freckles for a Fit day afternoon story each week. Wo don't know how many, If any, did so, but we know nothing could baro been better aud nothlug could be btter for tho children In tho school during the lemalnder of tho twm than to hear "Tho GUI of tho Lmbr. lest." Watch for IL Irt-B- A1 Cutting Board. Do not go quit to the line with the chliel, and finish with tho plane. Next drill the hole. Drill until the point of the drill begins to come through the rood and then take It out and put the point In on the other side of tb board. When the bole Is finished, plane the aldea of the board and flnlah It with sandpaper. Beea and Fruit. Bees and fruit go well together. The beea gather honey from the blosioma and In return fertilize them. The hum of these Industrloua workers In tho orchard foretells rich harvests. Under the trees la a good place for tho hires. In the dure. Berea Printing School 1 DepartmeHt of Berea Collef e (Tha Gtizaa u a pecimea of our work.) PRINTS HEADS, RAND-DILLS- , LETTER. REPORTS, SER MONS AND BOOKS IN TUB BEST AND MANNER. AT LOWEST CARDS, BEREA MARKETS PRICES. Tour patronage I asked to help Butter, ISc per pound. atudeaU, aad to Intuit Eggs, 17c pc'' dor. font catting your money's worth. VEGETABLES Irish poUUKe, COc per bu. CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND 8weet potatoes $1 por bu. ORDERS BT MAIL. TOD WILL GET Cabbage 2c ier tmund. POULTRY: SATISFACTION. TERM 3 CASH. ADChickens, fryers. He per pound. DRESS Hens, 9c, por (Kiund. Roosters 6o per pound. FRUITS: Berea Printing School BEREA, KY. to G. Maggard have returned Hyden where they will resume work on the Doctor's beautiful brick business building. Tho Dr. will bo glad to serve those needing dental work. Hugh. L. White, who has been a G. Apples, 40c per bu. Pears 75c per bu. LOUR, MEAL, ETC. Best grado S3.iQ per hundred. rord, last wcK. J. Lvctt made a Second grado 3 per hundred. business trip to Hock ford ono day Meal. U per bu. last week. Bright Chasteen of Clear Wheat bran, 11.40 per hundred. Creek recently moved to this vici Wheat, $1 per bushel. nity. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lamb re Corn 9oc per bushel. cently moved to tho prcierty of J. Oats, 50c per bushel, uiair near lioono. Lorn Crops aro Hay, 60c per bundled. looking flno In this vicinity. Much to 5c por lb. Cattle, 3 better than last year. Tho public Calves, C to 6c per pound. school Is progressing nicely with Hogs, Sc per pound. Miss Hattlo Poynter as teacher. Sheep, 2 4 to 3c per pound. 1181 UTANTA Lambs, 4 to 6c per pound. DIsputanta, Sept.' 1G. Thero afe Hides, dry, 15c per pound. Green, several cases cf whooping cough In 9c per pound. this neighborhood Iko Harvey has purchased the Garrett Bowles farm Invention of the Clarinet. and Is putting up new buildings. The clarinet, or clarionet, Is sop. Spencer Abncy has erected a new posed to have beon Invented In 1890 houso this fall. Wm. 'Mullins who by Joseph Chrlatopber Dennor, at has been working near Mt. Vernon Nuremberg;, though some authorities has returned homo to Btay. A pro- trace Its exlatenco to medieval Umea. Since It has undergone tracted meeting will begin at Clear many Its Invention Improvements, and changes and Creek church tho fourth Sunday, the modern clarinet, from the exteet, conducted by Bro. Derm and others. quality and rarioty of its tone, la one Grovcr Ramoy has returned from of the moat perfect of wind near Dreyfus, Madison County, whero he has been working tho past week. 1- -4 3-- Houses to Rent Te those whe have children te edu cate and with to reside In Berea fo lenaer or ahorter time te enjoy Its educational advantage, the Colltai has a number of heuaee, laroe an! email, some ef tham partly furnlahad, to rent en reasonable terms. Address THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. THE ESTILL COUNTY tVAOKKSVII.LK t. Berea Hospital Nurse Traiakg Scaoo Berea Colltge HAS a wagersviue, ic. Quito number from this placo attended tho Teachers association nt Parks Bchool rrkttea Se Yea Caa rjaicrvtaai I- Tbouse, Saturday. Mrs. Colo Warford o Lawrenceburg Is visiting relatlveo hero now. Mlsa Mary Scrlvncr of Lexington visited relatives here a fow dayH last week. Mrs. Waltar B Powell visited (Mr, and Mrs. Allen A wonderful rtonr of th front of thk Mechaa- 'Powell, Saturday and Sundays-M- r. UMUWIIT, DUt (HOrO lMTlnilHl BM Kl Aft. aay talon. A Ltuuiiu (or Bwkcn. Doctota, and "Mrs. Wado Park and children Liwyrrl.Tfirl.Frmrm. Bnrin Mo, h Mftiuika. (u W80,m icadm r icture. wore tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Booth. latermU ermbodr. Whan u aaa TOU undtnrand wbr. Ak tfc warn wba mdi t Taylor Arvlue, Sunday, j Your imraduUf will alukw mm mmm m wriu tM pu blither for a free umplt cop, GAJLEAKD COUNTY lite "Sta Nates" ted. CAUTKIlHVII.r.K jfctacrHliowauke repairs, and arUclM for Cartersvtllo, Sept. 13. Wo aro havicdHMka" ing somo pleasant meetings at my home, conducted by Elder J. N. Cul-to- n Mm tkla a fcor Urae. of Richmond, whoso visits are always highly appreciated by us. Wo ASK YOUK raWaYHCAUBt tVA POPULAR MECHANICS MACAZ1M had one addition bj experience- - to iVilXDHANICS FOFTJTLAH. tl BOOll 300 Pictures 400 Articles 250Pt7i f, Month F.vrv BEST OPXRATTMO AND ALL UODERN APPLIANCES FOR OARR Of A UUTTXO NUNBH OP PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREAT WENT ORKATLT INCREASJM PRO PKOT8 OP RRCOVERT. 1 RatM Ob Dollar a da Bead for preaipt paras eat repaired. Par fnrtker particulars addran ul "AfcT THE BEREA HOSPITAL " BEREA. KY.