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FAULKNIR, Manager Malmd at tU Fott rfflft at tUm firm, Ay., of wwnd, i Devoted, to ttxo Interests of tlxe iiVEoioritairi People BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1912 HARD" One Dollar a year. No. 18 (tm KY COLLEGE OFFICE Citizen PRESSED. Knowledge' Is power aad the way to keep up with modem knowledge Is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XIV. Five cents a copy. Money For You In It When you get a chance like this at clothes like these you had better take advantage of it. The profit is all yours. We are willing to give you our profit as a means of clearing the summer stook. For some yearn preceding nnd during the Civil War tho defenders of slavery np ponied to tho Scriptures In defenso of ibo system, and it wag not au uncommon thing to hoar ministers advocating the institution from their pulpits nnd sighting texts in defense of Ibeir position. Tho defenders of the saloon and tho liquor t radio in general aie equnlly hard pressed and are resorting to the same methods. For in. stance, Mr. Geo. O. Drown of Louisville, Ky. , has recently revised a booklet, which he got out so mo years ago, in which ho sights all the passages that refer to wine or intoxicnting drinks in any form, and shows or attempts to show that tho Dible is on the side of tho whiskey manufacturer and the saloon keeper. Mr. Drown, in a letter to a gentleman, who has been so kind as to refer it to us, states that, "It is needless for me to say that I have never believed and do not now believe that this business (meaning the liquor business ) is wrong from either a moral or an economic point of view, and I know that I can conscientiously say that if I thought it to be so I would in no wiso remain connected with it." lie goes on further to state that ho is confirmed in his view by tho sanction which ho finds in tho Bible, which he Bets forth in the booklet. Now people can be in tho wrong and be honest. Many people honestly believed that slarery was right, and doubtless the author of this book is conscientious, but ho is only another good example of how badly mistaken good intentioned people can sometimes be, and how fatal it is to hare n wrong conception of the Bible. Suppose ouo should expect to find, between its lids, sanction for tho uto of the mowing machine, the cotton gin, tho railroad, the telephone, wireless telegraph, the flying machine, tho telescope, modern Are fighting apparatus, automobiles, and nil other modem conveniences? No one would now claim tkat, sinco tho Bible does not explicitly authorize theso inventions, they are bad, and ought not to bo used. But just here it should not bo forgotten that the invenfor of the telescope was imprisoned by the Church, and the authors of these and many other inventions, if their discoveries were mode as much as 35 or 40 years ago, were denounced from the pulpit. It seems to us that the trouble comes from the misunderstanding 6f the Bible and tho misunderstanding of inspiration. Some, people can yet bo found and even some preachers who do not believe in evolution and claim thnt tho Darwinian theory has been exploded. Of course they aro in tho dark as to what is going on in the world and in the dark as to the modern conception of the Bible. It is a work of inspiration most surely, but at tho same time it is a product of evolution or growth. This does not mean at all that God changes or that He changes His view of things, but it means simply that the world in its childhood was not able to conceive of God as He is now and was then, and that as it grew to manhood, its conception of Him broadened nnd became more nearly the true conception. As we pass from the early to tho later books of the Bible, the steps of moral progress are as clearly written as are tho changes in life Torms as we advance from tho earlier rocks to the later in our Geological studies. The race in tin childhood interpreted God as best it was able and deposited that interpretation in certain books; in its youth it did likewise, and alio as it approached manhood. These books coU lected into one are our Holy Hible. It certainly does not follow, then, sinco there are accounts given in the Bible of people being drunk and wines and iutoxicatiug drinks being used, thnt tho manufacture, sale, or use of intoxicants should bo permitted by us. We are still interpreting God rending His thoughts after Him, as Keplar put it, and shall we pot read better as the ruco grows older? tele-grap- MR. FARMER Two Car Loads of Globe and Equity FERTILIZER For Fall sowing, just arrived. Prices interesting and terms liberal. See them belorcyou buy. HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes and other good things to wear at less than they are worth. CHRISMAN'S "THE FURNITURE OUR MAN" R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY SPECIAL ATTENTION UNITED STATES NEWS IN Opening: of Republican Campaign Gov. Wilton is a Good Campaigner OWN STATE w our China Gets an English Tutor No Tears at Bedside of the Dying Turk readers: Longing; for the Days of Dial Tlio first la tho sermon of Pres. Apprehension in Cuba Marines in beforo the Btudont Frost, delivered Control in Nicaragua. body, tho first Sunday nlKht of tho term, on Uio subject, "The TreasCHINA'S ENGLISH ADVISER ures of Youth." Wo are sure this A good description of tho Chlneso will provo Interesting reading to all, situation Is that nobody knows anybut especially to the parents who thing about It. Tho Republic ntlll havo sons and daughters In Ueren. K exists. In namo at least, and there will glvo soma Idea of tho nature of U a general calm. Tho ouo signifitho religious Instruction which they cant fact worthy of comment Is thai recelvo In tho College and ought to tho .President has chosen an Eng- bring comfort and ratlsfactlon. Ushman as his adviser, Dr. Geo: E. And wo havo something mor" point- I'MoriHon, adventurer, explorer, aued and appealing, wo think, to our thor nnd student of Asiatic problems. Laat 'Just what this means no ono knows, farmer friends this week. week wo announced that Prof. Mont- but It probably means peace, growth, gomery would conduct our Farmcra 'prosperity and world advancement as Department, Ills first article appears startling as that of Japan. on pago 7 this week, his subject be"SICK MAN OF EUROPE" ing "Hyo; Some of Its Uses and How Turkey has been called tho slcic to Ralso It." man of Europe for nearly two hun Prof, Montgomery's work In condred years and cablo advices to the nection with tho schcrol will bring A ii.trlffii 1.1 timaa frnm lli.rllli nr the him In closo contact with tho effect that ho Is rapidly growhe farmers of Uio mountains and ing sicker and may soon bo expected And each will study thslr needs. to explro. Theso reports nro to tho will aim to meet an evident artlclo effect that all Eurcpo Is at bis bedlack. side, not weeping at his death In tho third place, wo wish to gasps, bis but waiting to partition to Prof. Lewis' artldirect nttentlon effects. As tho story goes, ho has In History clo on "Neighborhood many years by Every article been kept alive for tho Public Schoolti." tho kind treatment of England ft that Uio Profc3eor has submitted we kindness administered not for lovo think has been good, but this or.o Jealousy of the especially Important. Wo havo I of him but owing to' Is other powers. England Is thought to often thought of writing on that subpatients needing most ject and aro suro that teachers will hmo other now, and henco tho profit greatly, nnd tho parents as of her attention concerning alarming news tho Turk. well, by adopting tho suggestions UNREST GROWS IN MEXICO slven. Whllo there has not been much fighting, tho rebel leader being lu CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE hiding, tho spirit of revolution and PAGE FIHST unrest has perceptibly increased In Tho during tho week, Mexico Editorials government la 6ald to bo in terror Kentucky Naws owing to reports of a widespread World News movement on tho part of all classes United States News. Tho Treasures of Youth, Sermon by citizens and federal and rebel to recall Diaz, the aged exiled President Frost. president. Ho is reported to havo PAGE TWO. expressed his willingness to "como Editorial. back" It tho people want him, and Temperance Notes. petitions aro being circulated and Heart to Heart Talks. aro being signed by thousands, ask-PACJB THREE ing for his return. MORE TROUBLE. IN CUBA Our Teachers Department. Disquieting dispatches contlnuo to Homo Course In DomcsUo Science. come from Cuba. Tho chief comBormon. plaint now is that tho Comet Sunday School Lesson. adPAQK FOUR ministration has been extravagant, haying spent at least $140,000,000 durLocals. ing its 2 2 years, and now being Cabinet Kitchen without funds and In dire straits to PAGE FIVE meet tho dally calls upon tho treasCblldrens' Column. Tho Thirty and nine. Or why stop ury. Another disquieting feature Is the With Ono. approaching presidential election Sermon Continued. which occurs, tho first of November. PAGE SIX As Is always tho case lu Latin American countries there Is danger Serial Story. that tho minority party will sppeal PAOE SEVEN to arms. Thero aro siave reasons Iataaalr Farming for apprehension this year, It Is Farm and Garden. claimed. ' Coal Tar for Inside of Silo. BLUB of-dlers Wo call special attention this to several features tlmt ought jtrovo of unusual Interest to wJ: WORLDJQB Both Parties Ratify in Lexington Mooter to Oppose Kirk Two Roadt Will Not Contest Tax Raise Col. Rootevelt to Speak Thru the Wreck on L. & N. Kentucky Ed-itPhonograph Wiley Criticises ConDiet Fira Prevention Day gress Improved Concrete Train Ratts Lowered Flrtt Train Robbery Martial Law in W. Va. Explosion Kills Soon to Arrive REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN OPENS Two To Vote for Bond Issue. to The Treasures Our subject tonight Is tho Treas ures of Youth, the preclousness of young days. Tho text Is Eccleslastcs 11th chap., 9th and 10th verses: "Re- Jolco, O yung man, in Uiy youth; nnd let thy hcurt cheer thee In the days of thy youth, nnd wall; In the tho ways of ttilno heart, and In sight of thine eyes: but know thou, that for all thebo tilings God will bring theo Into Judgment. Thereto remove sorrow from thy heart, and put away evil from thy flesh: for yuth and tho dawn of life ore vani- of Youth Sermon by President Frost, United Chapel, Sunday Night, September 15, 1912. . tho life of man was theso words: "This also shall pass away." No matter how high the revelry, no matt-- r how gifted tho company, no matter how glorious the occasion, this aluo shall pass away. And thnt same sentence must bo passed upon youth and upon manhood and upon every stago of Ufa's Journey. But tho congratulation at tho beginning of this text is a very slncero one "Rejoice, O young man," for thou hast causo for rejoicing. It explains that youth, or young days, havo two values. First Is their value for tho beauty and tho Joy that they havo In themsolvcs. The second, and more lasting, is the value that they havo as a seedtime, for harvests yet to como. Sometimes wo forget this last value. Wo aro so eager In enjoying youth that wo do not Improvo it. Wo need to bo reminded that It Is vanity, that It Is transitory, that It 13 passing, that it docs not last forever, and that its chief value Is tho seed sowing that shall mako harvests for other days. "Rejoice, O young man, In thy youth." Let us enumerate a few of tho treasures of youth. Unspoiled Body. First, Is the unspoiled body. Of all tho material things that God has raado thero Is probably nothing to equal a human form. Wonderful, unsearchable In Its mysteries and sanctities. Its fulness, Its sanctuaries of secret rooms, its functions, tho candle stick of the soul, Its eyes that see, and ears that hear, and nerves that feel, and pmsclcs that rcjoluo In action. Why, anyone of you who is twenty years of age, If you could exchange your body, uncontamlnated and unspoiled, with Andrew Carnegie, or John D. Rockefeller, you could gt a hundred million dollars to boot! An unspoiled body, tho first herlt- ago and tho least of the heritage of youth. An Unspoiled Repute. Tho next Is an unspoiled repute. Shakespeare eays the particular Jewel of a man's soul Is his reputation, and every young woman and young man starts In life with an unblemished CobIIoim4 ea Ftpf Two ty." Dfd you ever make a Journey in u boat down tho Kentucky River iass-In- g more or less 'swiftly tho succesDo sive headlands of tho shore? you remember your sensation li n railway Journey going from station to station? Now. such .a Journey. Is a typo of our life, ono scene after another, nnd never turning back. This text of ours Is not In any way a dlspralso of youth and young days, but It Is an explanation. It winds up with thoso mystic words, "youth and tho dawn of llfo are vanity." " What It Vanity? Now what Is vanity? Vanity Is not always something worthless, but vanity is something that soon passes away. And that Is tho case with all the experiences of life. Shakesiearo has mapped out human life In seven ages. Visit tho reading room in Howard Hall and you shall see how the artist has followed tho drama and pictured tho babe and tho school boy and tho other five stages that make RATIFICATION AND RALLIES Two great political gatherings wero On simultaneously last Saturday. Sena- held In Lexington last week. Thursday the Democratic hosts astor Lodge of Massachusetts was the chief defender of the administration sembled to ratify the nomination of in Columbu3 and Senator Bradley Wilson and 'Marshal. There was a big parade, plenty of noise, and sounded the first big gun at Lexing soup and other liquids flowed freely. ton, Ky. were Gov. Chairman Hllles of New York says Tho chief speakers Speaker Clark, Senator that from tho sounding of theso Gore, James. Then and Senator-eleopening guns the campaign will be was much counting of the ducks beGth of Nov. in full swing until tho Senator Lodge sees no reason why foro they hatch. Tho other big gathering was on the American peopla should swap off Saturday night-- when Senator Bradley prosperity for tho wretched condiSentions of tho Clavelaud administration. opened tho Taft Campaign. The ator, aside from paying his uncompliGOV. WILSON'S CANDIDACY mentary respects to the Colonel nnd himself lauding tho Taft administration, had Gov. Wilson has proved a real campaigner during tho last his fun at tho cxpenso of tho Demoten days, having made a circuit thru crats, saying that while soup flowed tho states north of the Ohio and go freely at Woodland Park, Thursday, ing as far we3t as 'Minneapolis. Every more would bo demanded a year or where ho wan received with enthu- two from now if the Democrats aro siasm. Ho developed real Bklll n allowed to carry out their program political speaking, lu not a few InKIRK NOT GOOD ENOUGH stances meeting trying situations A convention will bo held in Winand turning them to good account, fie chester, tho 26th, to nomlnato a Is a pleasant speaker and has Mooso candidate for Appellate Judga enough to avoid offensive in tho 7th District. The Republican personalities whllo criticising his vote Is to bo divided and the Judgeopponents, at the same time not ship banded over to a Democrat. fearing to bestow, credit where cred- Kirk is not thought good enough. it Is due. TWO ROAD3PAY UP In answer to thoso who say he Two railroads operating in Kenwill bo trust controlled, ho rushes back to New Jersey to oppose tho tucky will not contest the Increased candidacy of Boss Smith for tho assessments. They aro tho Mobllo They United States Senate, and replies to and Ohio and tho Southern. his critics, by laughing at them and paid Into the State Treasury, Monday, the franchise taxes duo this year calling them humorous. and announced their accept an co of NOT QUITE UBIQUITOUS tho raiso for the future. The L. and Colonel Roosevelt Is trying to bo N. will contest, as is evident from seen and heard by everybody In his the injunction proceedings already (Continued on rage Two) Continued on Pge Two ct self-respe- ct IN TWO STATES Tho Republican National campaign Kentucky was opened In Ohio and NOW IS THE TIME to see us about your Roof. Winter will soon. Orders are coming in fast. The steel is advancing rapidly. The Best Right Now. Drop ui a card in order to on our list. be here price ot Time is get you Berea School of Roofing HENRY LENGFELLNER, Mgr. up ono llfo. Tho story Is told of an Eastern despot who built a great hall which, was to be tho sceno of audiences and revelry, a plaeo whero they should ncgotlato treaties and receive suppliants and pass sentences, a place where learned and great men, cap- page Biairr Eastern Kentucky News. New Story. tives and soldiers, at different times, would assemble. He asked his wise men to glvo him a motto for the walls of such a place which should be appropriate to every occasion In JACKETS IN CONTROL the llfo of man. They bowed and reTho situation In Nicaragua has tired, deliberated and brought their been serious during ,tho week, but verdict, and tho motto they advised Continued urft Two as appropriate to every occasion In 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.oo for a roof worth only $3.99. Just like your Galvanized fence so your Galvanized Roofing will rust if you get the cheap kind. Page Two. THE CITIZEN THE school or Lire of Youth The IJfc la n school. Continued from page on It begins In tho mother's nrms and reputation. And, moro than that, mrAm tn ti n nint nrti .1 it I IAn .tao -It has It Intermissions. Thcrenrethe c,c'' i"-wonmK w ,ho 'oun nr" tno recess and the vacation, but tho school goes on. The curriculum Is called "ex- - man. Your parent may have me mlcs, but your parents' enemies hor rgence." nomcumes me lessons or mis ncnooi mat iuu may succctu aim pronr. re hard to learn. Sometimes the tenrs That reputo gives you a favorable September 26, 191 2, The Citizen A Treasures family newspaper for all that true and Interesting. Published every Thursdsy I rlfht, t Here, Kjr. J" " BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Inrorpomlwl) J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manafar. than all you can cliooco. You can Bay yes or no, and r.o parent or teacher, officer or companion, or tho world can contradict you, or God hlmseU. You aro counting It a groat day when you uliall bo 21 nnd tho last vestlgJ of parentlnl authority shall fall off. Yml nrn ,lkft ,ho ,,,., tllnt ,ina ))Con . 1.,. ' ' a,, -1 vn nn rnr. ,., should lndudo tho preparation for In tho sudden call, If It should como tho wisdom; but' you havo God's grnt outlook. You havo- tho probability of years. And thnt Is something you could 'oxchango with some old-than yourself at a great prlco If It liy tha National Woman'a (Conducted wcro exchangeable. Clirlatlan Temperance Union.) r tho Its instru- - Subscription Ratos Somo of tho recitations nre well done, .. .. f 1.00 unu poind 01 mo lessons wo never seem One Year fa. able to learn. As In school life, so In Al. Month. ss llfo's school, each must learn for him- Three Month. . sen, or inmscir ana oy inmscir. Mother and father may bequeath to Ortajffi7H& us money or ndvlco or sympathy, but cent stamps The itate after vour ll.tne On latiel .haw. to ftinv nnnnnt ItnnllAfiUi rt li " " . tm!p a 9 ha. .h.t .!.te mirii Ucrtwlon l.nald If It I. not " i.ncn 01 us nwsi icarn ns in- eh.nReil within three week, arter renewal nciicc. noti'yi" ther nnd mother lenrncd-- ln tho same Ml..lnriiumler will be gladly ppHe.l If we cUm arenoiite.i. Moreover, the scholar In tho school of pine Premium, riven for new .utMcrlpiiona and prompt renewal.. 8end for Premium I.l.l Hfo never gets too old to learn. When I Iher.t term, give n to iiy who obtain new h qu,t IcnrnnK ho qut. the school. Ho must bo rendv to recite nn to Ih. ' formmeil lor one year last day Adverti.ini rule, on application PAYAM.H IN ADVA NCI? --- Shirkers) MPMnr.R or KKNTVCKV TRUSS ASSOCIATION. WHERE IS MY WANDERING BOY Wo have often been touched by tho hymn, "Where Is My Wondering Doy Tonight," and a few days ng0 great wo had an example of the need of care and training for boys. Wo havo niways uccn impresseu with tho fact that boys aro often neglected ln the home, neglected sometimes ln tho cchool and Sunday bcnool and Church. Girls seem to bo moro attractive and possibly a Httlo moro tractablo. They can bo dresaed moro effective- ly and, therefore, can make a better show in tho HUlo programs and cn- tertalnmcnts. They nre, therefore, placed In tho frcnt rank for show, nnd tho boys tako the back seat nnd are soon mado to think that their placo Is in tho background, and, ns a result, they sook their own company, nnd very often ln places vhero they ought not to be, nnd do thing' they ought not to do. They thus aro led Into vufgailty and coarseness iu dress, ln looks and In speech. What wonder then that tho state must havo a school of reform? And what wonder that many 'of Its Inmates aro from homes of fairly good , , Always thero are truants. Surely. But, however far they may run away, they must nlwnys como back to school ana taicc tncirpunisnment. xnaiAvouia be a strange school which had no discipline, no chastisement or chastening. Disobedient pupils must bo reprimanded, clso tho school would be anarchy. Tho teacher ln this school never spoils tho child by sparing the rod. And then, thank goodness, thero nre prizes for good behavior nnd studious habit. The scholar who applies him self will be rewarded, Also the Great Teacher Is kind. When vve do our best and fall and look up to teacher, saying, "I tr ed to learn own catftn, under Its own . . I.. , nuiim men is 01 asironumy, rvnuy iu fn nm Aml a thlrd treasure of youth H th(J B(ara Now t,mt g R wonuerful tho human power of perception. Tho cndowmcntf tnat , ft ,nvlno quality, ,,ut' ,lv" that Is nomethlng to make us tlngl tu horso can hear but not under- with tho senso of klngchlp and quen-shistand. Hut thero Is given to every U10 power to say yes or no, to . ... . -- . . 1.. ,,u" "u nigne. choosont tho right hand, or tho left, faculty to discern, apprehend, nnd to select, lo do what consclcnco CW mor0 Ulan lU0 C0 ,akC8 i t0 dictates. hear more than the ear rettorti. Tha Power to Improve. T,10ro nro had ',oun' ln BOmo And thero Is nnother of theso enbor'nR t"1" wll"0 tho tltlfortuiwt-- a nro gathered who through Mmo dowmentsnumber eight In my list which belongs to nil tho others, causo have failed to rcceivo this endowment tho defective ones. Hut nnd that Is tho power to linprovn. for thoso who nro not dofcctlvo thU You havo tho power of perception, but not ns. high r.s It Is going to bo. power of porccptlcn Is a God-llkYou havo tho power of memory, but endowment. not ns perfect as it can Iks mad 3. i Tho Power of Judgment. y0u havo tho power of emotion but And thero Is tho higher power of not a8 ,,uro KrCat ns it Is golns mind than this, tho power of Judfi- - to be. You aro like a man on ono of Every son nnd daughter ment. f theso hillside fnrms. llo Bcratchis tho human race can boo and perceha tne Botl, gains a pitiful living and and then they can ccmpare, they can counts himself rich, llut it ho will they can nppralse, they ,,ut jn th0 plow nnd plow twice ns , estimate, --' " - 111.il is uricviu&a 111 tlllUU. - - p, '"" ii t.i-i- I o cd ttcncher.. ., crls forsIvnc99. T1 hurrah for our BCUOoII When recess comes let us play nnd laugh, entering into our diversions with great zest. When school "takes up" and the study period nrrlvcs let us cheerfully take up the books. When school ends? Why, for us scholars It will surely end. though the term seems long. And ma ,, bc tllnt we Bun1 hnve icnrnc,i our lessons well, so that on tho great ' commencement day the Tenchcr may hand us our diplomas, on which is writ- ten, "Well done." WORLD NEWS And thoro Is ono more of these tieasurers of youth that 1 shall tp'-lionnd that Is tho circle of your hellers. No young man or woman comes Into this world alone. You havo friends, moro than you realize. your You mny bo nn orphan, but parents nro your friends nnd bles you still. It Is a strength to you to know you had a mother who risked her llfo to bring you Into the world, had a father who planned nnd honed nnd prayed for you, havo teachers and frlcndo to help you In your high aspirations and you havo (this you may not have known or realized) but you havo tho friendship of nil tin great souls that ever lived In this world so far ns you will mako their acquaintance Havo you stopped In our LIbrnry to look nt the plcturo lie did of Lincoln by tho flresldo? not turn his face to senk to you, did not show you what book ho wr.J rending, yet ho Is your friend and so far ns you havo studied tho fnco of Abraham Lincoln when you looked nt this picture you wero affected by his examplo nnd his spirit fiienk-lu- g from tho canvas. Now how many of theso great figures of history havo you mado your friends? Tliey nro waiting, thoy nro accessible. You wait In long lines to seo the President of tho United Slates, hut you can tnke up a book In our Library nuy hour and make tho neiuaintanc' of Goorgo Wnshlngton. So ns you study history, science, literature ou becomo rich In tho most inspiring friendships thnt God can provide in the world. And back of this circle ot helpers Is God himself. n, The Circle of Your Helpers. vmAnrwu Overwork tha Heart, 8tretchei tha Dlood Vessels, Injures tha Lungi and Paralyzes tha Nervat. To tha Heart. Overworks It. 1i TjS' i. Makes It tired. Ixii1 II with fat Boftuna ami dealroya It. Dlood Vessela. I turrlea th blood through them. Stretches tho amnll arterlea and maket them unfit for work. I'olanns tlie Mood In tha halrllka blood veaaela (capillaries). i Weakens them and makes Hum diseased. Nervea. Takes away their moisture anil paralyses them. Takes away their power to control the muscles. Makes them unfit to carry and from tha hrnln. measagea to Mnkea them work too fast. Ilenta and Inllsmea them. Ilnrdena th walla nf their air cella. Keeps In th potaonoua gas. Keeps out tha good gas (osygen). tha Mood vessel with Impure blood, Collect In It ami psralyiea It Harden th albumen. Ho hurt to caus Insanity- - and II a death. rilla or'rongeata Drain. ENGLAND'S BIG DRINK BILL Increase of About $25,000,000 In Year 1911 Over That of 1910 Coit In America. Continued Iron I'irtt Page J standing ln thoir community? But the boy that touched our hearts was a real wanderor. From his story ho had a father and mother of the most vicious cort, nnd ho was an unwclcomo addition to the family. Consequently, as coon as he could toddlo "about, ho left homo, wandered from Tonncaceo Into Kentucky, was sent to tho School of Reform for some misdemeanor nnd, after a number of months there, escaped, too far gone and too vicious for almost any mothods of training. In Bcrca ho was apprehended by tho Marshal, Mr. Harrison, and taken beforo tho pollco Judge, Mr. Holllday, Schojl who returned him to tho of Reform at Lexington. Tho Marshal wa3 told thero that ho was and hopeless, and that they wished ha had escaped into Tennessee so that tho statu would bo rid cf him. Of What If he wero your boy? courso. If you wcro as low and degraded as hlo parents, you might havo little feeling for him. Tho incident serves to impress upon our minds tho looseness of parhow far removental government ed wo aro from, not only tho ideal, but tho good, when it comes to standards of government, ln tho homo nnd society, and training, nnd, moro than all, breeding. Why should not marriage? Why society regulate bhould we not teach eugenics? Why should the, stto not havo something tho to say about tho product of homo? How long will tho uttor wasto us of life go on for the waat of simple a knowledge as regards human llfo as every intelligent farmer nnd stock raiser knows. Wo not only need to savo people savo tho boys but wo need to adopt somo methods that will prevent tho need of saving thom prevent tho Jt badness and loavo them saved. occms foolish to talk sometimes about salvation. That wo havo to do so Is our Indictment. Does It not look as if our civilization commits us to the policy of supplying as many and vicious nnd outragoously bad as possiblo ln order to get to savo them. (Make tho best of everything. Think tho best of ovorybody, Hope tho boat fcr yourself. Gcorgo Stephenson. Admiral Sutherland with 2,000 marines has succeeded in holding thts rioters In check and In opening tho railroad from Managua to Granada, tho latter place being famine strick- cn owing to its Investment by tho revolutionaries. It Is only the pres- enco of tho American forces, how- over, that prcsirvcs the semuiance of order. Chaos really exists in tho Republic. IN OUR OWN STATE (Continued from fir.tpagei begun in tho United States Court. BAD WRECK ........ I .1 X ij. uuu rt. nam, X. 01, iu. " uuuuu from Cincinnati to tho South WaS wrecked last Friday by running in- to a switch which had been left pcn. Tlio cmash up that followed tho contact with freight cars resulted ln tho Injury of 19 people moro or less seriously but none fatally fo far as repotted. Tho wreck occurred a few miles bsyond Paris. 1 1 KENTUCKY EDITOR DIES Hon. Green R. Keller, editor of tho Carllslo Mercury and State Representative, died suddenly at his homo last week. Ho was one of tho leaders In tho Legislature last winter and prominent iu the newspaper DAY Gov. McCreary, on Sept. 20th, sued a proclamation calling on citizens to set nsldo Oct. 8th "Clean Up" day. Tho Governor urges that precaution be taken to prevent flro by removing rubbish, examining chimneys, flues and appliances which so often causo fire. LOW INSURANCE Tho Stat-- i Insuranco Commission on Insuranco Rates has ordered a reduction of about 23 per cent thru-othe state- on nil classes ot dwell ings, farm buildings and their coa Th9 Insuranco Board was tents created by the !a?t Leglslaturo to 1 ut fraternity. FIRE PREVENTION regulate rates. TOOT! TOOTH The llttlo city of Whltesburg Is proparlng to celcbrato tho arrival ot the first train. This Important event is oxpectd to occur not later than tho first ot October. FATAL EXPLOSION Whllo 3 men wero taking 76 kegs ot powder Into a mino at Rim, Sept. 20, on a tram car, operated by a motor, an explosion occurred. Two of the men wero killed and the third fatally burned. It is believed that a spark was communicated from the motor to tho powder. TO VOTE ON BOND ISSUE An election has been called in Rockcastlo County tor Oct. 2th, io detormlno whether tho County ehall lssuo bonds for the purposo ot maintaining and improving Its roads. If tho Bond lssuo carries, the Malltla system of road building and maintenance will coase. Sheaves after sowing, Sun alter rain, Light after inysUry, l'caco after pain. Haver gal. Who Shall Say You Shall Not Rejoice? Who shall say you Bhall not re-- . Jolcu? Rejoice, O young woman, re- joice, O young man, for God has made you his mnsterplece nnd has dono lnrgo things nud planned Inrgo things for you. Hut these riches must be taken caro of. Now n begger may croas the street with his hands dangling, nnd whistling n tunc. Ho has noth- - ' ing to drop, ho has no jKKkcts to I Hut If bo picked, ho is caro-frea man undortake3 to cross tho utrtvt cnrrylng a china vaso thnt Is worla n a thousand dollars, or carrying vnllse that contains fifty thounand ' dollars ln gold or bonds, thnt man must bo careful. You, my dear young j nro all of you treasure friends, bearers. You nro llko tho bank mes- senger who Is sent to carry fifty Yoik thousand dollars across New ZACHARY TAYLOR. City. They nay to hi in "Young man, i not J The twelfth president of tho United States was horn In Orange county. Vs., be careful, du not drop It, do In 1TS4. He grew up In Kentucky He wns an olllcer In the I'lilttil State leave It In tho station, do not forget i v em J frum until titn nhtfnti tn tli tirnu1itiif'V In 1t14 ... tlin Willi. innill. )ou havo something of great vol uo fit. .... .. ....... . .1 m Aattk 'rfii'!nra nli.Mtnn ina ilm. tn tin. rutin tntlriti Iu, vnn In fli In your possession." remarkable Kcrlei of vlctorlci Mexlcan WHr froul Whlch- - he returned with lo 1.1. cre,it. He was known to his men ns "Old Itougli nml Heady." I'rest- - A RobberWaits forEvary Treasure. dent Taylor died In olllce nfter serving sixteen months. During his brief occuof For all of theso great gifts pancy of the prenldentlal office the opposing party had n plurality In congress. heaven to youth there oro robbers Tiiylor fnnio rests chlcUy upou his military career, culmlnutlng President watting to snatch them nway. a with his great victory at Bueua Vlsto. robber waits for every treasure Hero Is this unspoiled body, nnd can judge. They havo Uio divine na- -' deep ho will ralso twlco ns much; thero is a robber.' Bodily prldo preson, a gift of God, rich, wonderful, and iiorhaps If ho will dovelop his vents you, prevents many, from tailnot to bo replaced by any other, nn land ho shall find beneath tho sur- ing care. Stand on tho streets of Ho Richmond and npprnlso the men who endowment that Is an inalienable face coal and Iron and silver. may only scratch tho surfaco and walk by any corner. How many of possession. dlo without knowing ho was a rich them have unsiolled todies now? The Heart That Can Thrill. man. Oh, how many parents mid Thero aro tho tobacco dwarfed, nnd And another of theso great endowments that belongs In this period of teachers allow many of their pupils tho whiskey picked, the thin chestyouth Is tho heart that can thrill, to pass out ot their hands and novor ed, tho stooped shouldered, the lunlni-od- , tlio" lame, tho halt, tho blind. One a power of excitement, ecstacy, agony, know what thoy might havo boe.ii. I havo seen n young man cnt'r' man out of ten may bo physically fit Joy unspeakable, oorrow unnamablu. school nnd bo passed as a very ordinJ gao for military duty. Why? God Thrso aro tho tunco that can j played upon tho orgaji of tho human ary student by ono teacher, nnd anthem good bodies, but they thought other teacher, and another teachT It was imposlblo that they could neart. tuo power to do tnriueu. until nt last ho met tho teacher who eer suffer. I ep?ak to a young mnn Memory. had the dcslro to call out something And another of theso great hu- In him and genius was revealed. about his bearing, his breathing, his man endowments, beginning ln its You havo tho power of Improvement. eating, his habits, and ho Bays, ''O, boo how strong I nm," nnd two years perfection ln youth, io memory. Tho Time, later tho doctor sends him to Cologreat experiences that como to you And tho ninth of theso great treasrado. Tlio mother cays to tho girl, p.ro not for onco only, but thoy nro ures of youth Is Time. Time, llko "Put your shawl on tonight, you nro capablo of being treasured, relattho limit ot improvement, is lmmens-uiablgoig to tako a long ride," and sho ed in tho album of tho photographs No ono ot us knows what replies, "O, mother, I do not wnnt memory. havo entered tome-tlniI of tho score cf tlmo Is for him. Wo aro to wear a shawl," and threo years a room of mirrors, many sided, like tho man pulling a string out later wo bury that girl with consumpand on every sldo a looking glass. , of a great chamber. Wo can onl tion. was seen ny my a mirror. iy lorm draw out ono mlnuto at n time, and And hero is this unsioiled reputacompanion not onco, but a hundred going to bo an end to that tion. It ought to grow. Thero Is sometimes. That Is like memory. Storlea there is string. Hut aro told of tho wizards of an ancient you younger tho probability is that thing hotter than an unspoiled reputayeoplo havo a longer tion. Tho"ro is tho unspoiled reputatlmo you read of them In Tvnnyson, tion which belongs to somebody who A man with a glass, or a burnished string to pull than I havo. I know pleco of steel that would reflect light, I havo pulled out a great deal of has uover done anything bad, but my string. I .know thero aro only a thero is a far better reputation cf glasn and ho could blow upou tho fuw moro reels and then I shall como Contluued ou page Hive wlpo tho breath from It and and to tho end of mino. But you can perthen seo In it tho faces of the absent and tho distant. That Is tho haps pull out mlnuto by mlnuto, 60 YEARS' week by week, year by year for EXPERIENCE Is dlvlno power ot memory, that given every ono of you so that tho thirty yearo, forty years, fifty years. 1950 will come ami you may still toJoy of today may bo reflected morrow and repeated for a thousand bo pulling out tlmo. 1955 and a good times; tho faces that havo passed many ot you will still bo active in from earth still llvo and speak and the world, 19G0 and tuon you will I naDC Manna begin to thin out. All your teachors bless ln this dlvlno glass, this blessDltlSNB parents will CopvnitHTa Ac ed galjery ot tho pictures of tho will bo gono, all your stalling a aktrh an dueriiitlon nay bo gone, halt your friends will Li Aaron pa6t. whether an aulcklf aacsrlalu our oplulon fr CowMUnlea. gono and by 19C5 and 1970 tho maliifvitlHin Is pruhablr ltiilaIc The Power or Independent Will. Ilona until jenosiuuj. naaaisw ouraisui nt fits. Oldest aftner for uMull' raUal jority ot tho young people Iu this m. vu. 1 aisaia iasn loruuin i Now wo como to tho Impeilal fac. la la without room will end their lives. But noY lrUJ ulty that Is given and that you, young friends ot mino, all feel grow- you are rich la tlmo. Or cat plans you may lay, large enterprises you A baaseialr ltlnitrt4 wtstlr. f.aeMt elr. ing within you, tho power of , II a eulatlon of anr sdenMli IsareaL may enter Into, high hopes and exall Msalra. saari faurnionlks.lt. Sola will. You can perceive and pectations you may havo. It is reaJudgo, thrill and remember and moro Braadi Oaw, (at F tU VfaAlagloo, U. C. sonable. Tho plan for the young life ( y fiHw u o. Tho drink bill In Great Hrltnln, according to the statistics assembled by tho secretary of tho United Kingdom alltsnco nnd published In the Ixindon Times, was nbout 125.000.000 greater In 1911 than ln 1910. It amounted to nbout $800,000,000. For tho United States, It li reported In the American Grocer, the coat of alcoholic beverages In 1911 wns very nearly twice that of tho United Kingdom, being estimated nt Jl.66S.470.51. Very nearly 1 1.000.000.000 was paid for boor nlono. From 1871 to 1880 the average per capita consumption of beor wns 8.79 gallons per annum; la 1911 It had rlaen to 20.66 gallons. Tho total value of tho nonalcoholic stimulants consumed ln Amcrlcn during 1911 la estimated nt $250,549,034. The per cnplta coniumpllon of coflco Is 18.56 gallons, or very nearly that of beer. STARTLING FACTS ABOUT BEER Deverags Made From Malt Has Da-co- ' Extinct and Now Manufactured of Deleterious Matter. Who ever saw a beer advertisement which did not claim beer to bo the Yet the product of barley nlone? brewers thomselvos, beforo tho Joint ronimltteo on food standards of tho nnd Nntlonnl Association of fitnte Departments deFood nnd Dairy clared: "Malt beer has become extinct in America, o why rcaurrcct j ! ' M - 11 it?" "neer," aaya the National league, '"Is often Conium-er- a mado ot glucose, sugar, rice, rotten corn, ntsrch, etc." preservntlvoi, "The use of coloring mnttor nnd preservatives In beer," says tho National Food Mngailne, "Is rapidly and strndlly Increasing," FLAVOR OF ALCOHOLIC DRINK From Home and Lot, or Horse and Cow to Little Children's Tear Are Quaffed Over Dar. Borne queer things nre drunk over tho bar. Sometimes It Is children's dresses nnd wives' bonnets; sometimes It is a horso or a cow; somelot; sometimes It Is a houso-an- d times oven a good tlird farm Is soaked up nnd swnllowed at the bar. Often It Is a man's truthfulness, his sobrlJ ety, his good sense, that goes Into" the cup and Is gulped down; yes, the man's very life mny be In tho fatal glass. Little children's tears, a wife's heartache, a mother's heart-breatheso nre qunffed with tho whisky and beer passed over tho saloon bar. Who fancies the flavor? Leas Drinking, Leas Crime. o. es It would appear to bo difficult for publicans In tho Ilnkewell district of Derbyshire England, to get n living through selling Intoxicants. The town, which Is the center of a population of 35,000, has undergone a great change with regard to tho drinking habits ot Inhabitants. Ijocal landlords are complaining bitterly ot tho tack ot customers, and lately nt one publlo house It wag stated that not a shilling's worth of liquor had been sold. For the past several weeks thero have been no cases of drunkenness before tho local bench, and serious 'crime Is almost unknown. Trajn Temperanoa Teacher. In the great city of Birmingham. England, a course of Saturday morning lectures Is being given by professors at the University for tho training ot school teachers, who give Instruction to children In the common schools on the subject of alcoholism. Similar instruction is also being given In Cambridge, England, under the auspices of the Cambridge County Council. Both these now departures are an advance along the right lines In promoting the cause of temperance 1b i England. ). Scientific indo-pende- nt Jmm. September 26, 1912. THE CITIZEN. Page Three. Denial of Christ's Resurrection and Its Results By Rev. William Evans, D. D. ruu. cim w Mooir am Imim. Mtbnational SUNMYSCllOOL OUR TEACHERS' DEPARTMENT Edited by Prof. Charles O, Lewis Home Course In Domestic Neighborhood History and Rural Schools was scarcely necessary that 1 uio tho word "Iluml" In tho heading above, for thero aro no "Neighborhoods" In cities, and that is ono of tho great advantages of tho country which tho city can novcr overcome. In tho city ono often Uvea within n fow feet of fellow men for months and ycara and never so much ob knows tho namo by which they aro called, much lecs their joys and sorrows, straggles, successes nnd failures; but In tho country this Is not tho case. Wo often think that our neighbors know too much of our affairs, and this 1b sometimes tho case, but when properly directed, nnd controlled by other Interests and broader views It becomes ot tho highest valuo In tho development of char- Lessor (IJy R. O. REM.Kna, Director of Evenlna; Department, Tha Moody lllblo Institute, Chicago.) It LESSON FOR SEPT. 29. TEXT- -l Cor. 1S:1MI, "And If REVIEW. Chrlit b not rleen than It our preaching1 your faith la alto vain. Tea, vain, and nd w ara found falae wllnniti of dod; OOLDEM TEXT "The worda that I bacauea we have (tided of Ood that ha have apnken unto you are spirit and are up Chrlat; whom ht raised not up. llfe."-Jo- hn e:CJ. raised so b that tha dead rlaa not For If tha ad Haa not. than la not Chrlat rataed! That Sabbath most dreaded br If Chrlat ba not ralaed, your faith la vain , ya ara yat In your alnaa. 1 Cor. many superintendents and schools la mit-uthe ono known a "review Sunday." a It li Indeed a test of tho ability and tho most Important kind, and touches VI If the Apostle It Indeed a skill of tho teachers aa well as a test tho llfo of tho pupil. In addition tho False Witness, tbb Greater Part of the of the kind of work dona during tho child finds tbo Information for him Now' Teatament, past throe months. Some condemn tha self, nnd whllo doing It Interests With Alt Ita Reve- lllblo school end compare Ita work acter. other members of tho family in tho lation of Ood and with that of tho day school, not taking I want to suggest this week to work of tho school. After having Chrlat and the Fu Into consideration the differences ot ture Life, la Utter I Pa'd Bn volunteer teachers, tho time tho teachers who read this Depart- theso fragments of local and persondevoted to study, the discipline and ment, and to others, especially al Information reported orally and ly Unreliable. think of countless other features. patents, that they can do a great discussed, you may well ask that One method of review Is fo call out what this means. to work for tho children under their they bo written out and read The revelation con- the lessons, twelve In number, and cans and for Uio community which tho class. tained In fourteen mako come comment upon each ono Following this, havo collected from out ot the twenty-seve- or else have some person report upon these children will mako within a members ot tho family, stories cf tho subject matter, the golden text, few years, If they will put tho chilbooks of the New Testament etc. This method may be preceded by dren Into a new relation with tho ndventuro from pioneer days. Stories cannot then be hnvlng some one tell of that period In world by Interesting them In tho of deor bunts, and other adventures or -- nnst irom wnicn tneso question ot family nnd neighborhood with animals, and of Indian exp? railed unnn Bn..'" rlenccs, If such are to bo found, ns mans and Oalatlans le,,"" ar taken; another tell of history. aWTvSW with tbelr great 1Bome events in contemporaneous nisupon Pri they often will be. Get theso finally Too many tn.i.in.a r.t Tnait. I ry ano mo places jcsus visnea our- - mary Historytenchers look ns cno of the dullest Into a written form, and then tako flcatlon by Faith; I ,n& 1,1 18 time. Alter sucn statements up war stories. Ephaalana, Pblllpplans and Colostlans, It would be wise to have a brief state- and least fruitful subjects taught in Tlicso may bo of tho Civil war. ment made bb to tho subject matter of our schools, and It certainly Is, when nd possibly Hebrews, with their great the lessons for the entire quarter, e. handled aa wo ordinarily find It. Hut or In somo cases of tho Mexican war. doctrinal discussions on the peraon and work of tho Itedemer the Epis- g., how many have to do with mlra-cle- s, It should bo ono ot tho most Interest- Only last summer I found, hanging teachings, etc. Also a statement ing and fruitful. tles to the Corinthians, together with What 1b tho matter? up in a loft In a home in Kentucky, th naatnral !Tnlatla in Ttmnthv and of the principal persons whom Jesus a bushel ot papers left by In tho first placo It Is ALL BOOK, almost Titus pregnant with their teaching re-- met u B0 happens that during this 'Mexican of No ono u no closely connected and a book cannot fasclnato and in- Majorlookedthoover them war. this gengartlng the church; theThessalonlani' q"art" had all ,urpaa nBl spire a child alone. In the second inrougnoui too with their comforting doctrlno ot the , eration, but I cm 'Buro that history ,0" kno,w placo It is mado too much a matter life of blessedness for the saints ,ons B,nd onB ' nt lus' what Evnied tho committee In of dates and cronology, a thing that of Interest and lmportanco was to -athese books which have been the bo found in them. In still another cause. Inspiration and power of the homo I know ot a Blblo bearing tho t would be well therefore to require tho child cores nothing for and do flneat moral achievement of the ages; not need. It is not a question with Christopher the truths revealed In these books , a written test from tho pupils. A set tho boy as to WHEN Georgo Rogers imprint, "Printed by r Questions covering the work of tho Baker, Printer to tho Queen, Lon which have been courage to tho living and strength to the dying, these writ- quarter could be prcparojl and given Clark lived, but WHERE ho lived don. 15St." and it had been in tho ings are not to bo depended upon, they to the scholars a week In advance and and WHAT HE DID. In other words family of tho woman that owned it are not what they profess to be; they from this set of questions a half tho child ls Interested in men and for at least seven generations, and are vain, empty, delusive. Is this cred- dozen could be selected on tho day wmcn, what they aro like, what moro than likely ever since it was ible! Hut this Is the result of deny- or the review nnd the scholars be re- they do and what they ARE, but It ing the resurrection of Jesus Christ quired to write their answers during Is wrong to try to get him to placo printed. In It woro papers which gavo much light as to llfo and conditions If Ood, who supposedly spoke through the class hour. tho Ufa of tho Individual In its broad In tho early days. What Lessons Teach. the writers of both the Old), and New placo When It comes to selecting the main er Historic celling. In tho third How much would It bo worth if Testaments Is a party to a false witness; tf tho apostles themselves have truths taught In each of the lessons thero Is no touch ot tho pergonal in- tho owner of this old treasure could of course there will bo a wldo variety terest In tho subject as ordinarily bo persuadd to brine It to tho school been n party to this false jvltness then, also, we havo .no Illble at all; of opinions. We may therefore bo presented. It ls along this line that house and let tho boys and girls wo have no revelation ot tho mind and pardoned If our suggestions may not I wish to dwell. look nt tho browned pages and ngreo with those suggested by others. will of Ood. States strango typo and printing? No ono Wo peoplo of tho United Beginning with lesson one It seems 2. Christianity Is Darren In Its Reas though tho Master Is Becking to havo grown bo independent in the can fell, but tho prlvllego of touch sults. our ing tho past In this way ls tho right hIiow us that all manner of sin can broad land and new Ideals ot (a) "Ye aro yet In your sins." bo forgiven except that sin which as- country that wo havo overdone tho of every child. Aro you seeing to It It Is here acknowledged that Christ cribes to tho devil the work of tho matter. Wo think that becauso tho alono can save from alns, but It ho Son of Ood. This full and complete re- English peoplo thought too much of that they get their rights? iou may say mat tnero aro no could not save himself from sin's pow- jection ot Christ and his work of reer, how can be save tbo sons of men demption Is what Is known as tho un- family and tho deeds ot nncestors such old books In your district. How that wo may entfVely neglect .and do you know? You do not and will from Ita guilt and dominion? Christ pardonable sin. past cen- not until you begin to investigate hlmiolf distinctly taught that bis death The second lesson has to do with forget them. Llfo for tho had rcdomptlvo value, and that his res- - tho seed, tho sower and tho soil. It tury has been bo taken up with ono and arouso tho Interest of your urrcctlon from the dead would be proof j ls n Krent illustration of tho method movo after another with many fami- pupils nnd your district. positive oi mis lact. ine apostle I'aul. w)lcreuy Christ Is to extend his king-als- lies, all tho tlmo restlessly .seeking It Is not merely a question of says that "Christ died for our Uom nnd of the various sorts of soil, new homes nnd adventures, that we books or stor!e3 of lite. Old dishes sins, and was raised again for our Jus- - (nearU) jn whch tho ls t0 KCr. havo becomo like ships upon , un- aro to bo found In many homes which tlflcatlon" (Horn. 4:25). Hut If Christ tninate. known seas, witli all shipping orders will tell a story, and other articles himself Is still under tho power of . Tho-'thllesson Is another which Is tbo wages of sin. how I tratlon of ,ho propa(.atinB process. In and log books thrown overboard and of the household, tho farm or tho then can he release others from the u wo Bro Bll0wn both tho ntonsIvo tho anchor chains cut. torests may bo found by means ef payment of that debtl Then his death nm, tho ex(enslvo growth. Hy tho Becauso of this I find every year which you can interest tho school redemptive value. If Christ ro--1 crfnco to (hJ k.aven In ln,8 ,cggon In my classes young men and women ana tho neighborhood in Catherine roalned In tho grnvo, then humanity wo aro taught, as also In other para- - who know very Httlo of grandfather up tho history of tho peoplo who naa no reueomor. man ubs no Saviour; bci)i thnt jn Ma kingdom evil will or grandmother, and nothing of the macio tno wlldornesa Into homes In iuu gum nuu paw or oi sin nas not ooen n80 j,0 present. family lino back. For them personal- tho early days, fcught tho battles nui paraonea. sin- ic...u.eu. men Legeon four (ho icgBOrl of (ho ners aro not Justfjed . the sinning and wheat Bnd tho larcB u R furthcr ly thoro Is no ,past, and they grow of progress nnd laid tho foundation sinful race Is still under the guilt and ; lcacher 0,onK ,ho garao no wth th0 up too often Ignorant as to tbo blood upon which wo aro to build. condemnation of sin and exposed to If you will begin this work NOW dded stcnlflranrA of thn hnrwiit nnd that flows through their veins. This the Just wrath ot a righteous Ood the separation Incident thereto condition ls a very unfortunate one, yu may have, by the-enof tho against sin and tinners. Then freeLesson flvo teaches us something as and ono that should bo corrected by term, matter which tho children dom from condemnation Is unreal, the regnrds tho vnluo of this new king sense ot forgiveness Is a sham, and the dom. Its valuo was sufllclent to com teachers and parents at once. Of havo gathered which you can put to School consciousness ot pardon for si Is tho pel heaven to yield Its dearest treas courso wo aro not honored by our getner Into n "History of forefathers unlees they are honored District No. , which will be of moro greatest delusion. Then Christ's death ure. by us, but every child may bo stimureal worth to tho children who havo has wrought only Imaginary changes, Lesson six nnd seven have to do and deluded Its most faithful adhe- with the power of Jesus over wind and lated to better deeds by knowing ,of mado It than a Library of Historical rents. works which would cover ono side wave, over tho man possessed of the past llfo ot his own people. (b) Then Christianity has no Incen- demons and over disease and death Now, as tho ovenlngs get long, of your school house. tive power to a life of and Let us bring out the reason why Jesua and tho big fires burn In tho fire- C. D. L. godliness. It haa no power for Immorthus manifested his power, viz., "that tality. they might see tho power of God rest "And It Christ bath not been raised ing In him," John A Woke up the Country Schools . . . then they also that are fallen Faith Essential asleep In Christ have perished." This Lesson eight has to do with the In tho September Woman's Homo of a now. rule, tho father was filled Is not an appeal to mere sentiment, great fact that God has so set forces but a statement with regard to a most nt work In his kingdom as to make Companion appears nn artlclo about with a new respect for tho school as harrowing fact. The care of the Cor- the faith ot man an essential requi- Miss Jesslo Field who ls superinten an Institution with c direct and useinthians for their dead was character- site In Its advancement among men. dent of tho country schools of Pago ful relation to llfo as ho knew it. ized by the greatest tenderness. They Lesson nine deals with tbo death County, Iowa, and has dono great ".Miss Field went further. Every bad laid their loved ones, small and of John the Uaptlsejand tho eulogy of work. Following Is nn extract: school became, Incidentally, a llttlo great, big and little, beneath the Jesus as to John's character and work. ".Miss Field's chosen task was to col lego of agriculture, and domcstlo ground with the hope ot meeting them Tho Implacable hatred of rebuked mako tho Schools count for somethlns again In the world beyond. Indeed, evil; tbo culmination of unbridled sclonce. Tho boys nnd girls formed to wako up teachers, pupils, and corn those who had fallen asleep In Christ lust; tho terror of( a stricken conpaicnts; to improvo tho system ot pion clubs, aifd socii becamo chambad themselves cherished this hope ot science and tho reward ot the faithIn their fertllo a glorious Immortality. Tbey had sur- ful aro some of the truths suggested education without primarily Increas- region. Tho older boys learned to rendered all to Christ in this life that In this lesson. Notice that in this les- ing tho cost. Sho found that the study agricultural bulletins, and to tbey might have communion with him son thero is no record ot any word of children wero being taught ln hum apply thom Intelligently In tho here, and fellowship with blm In the Jesus. drum fashion from s that life to come. They had lived as pilLesson ten. the sending forth ot the at tho best might preparo them for work In tho field and garden. They bocanio oxpert In Judging stock and grim and strangers; they had denied disciples and the rules that are to commercial llfo lu tho cities. Why In testing themselves to fleshly lusts and world govern their conduct 1b logically fol bhould a farmcr'a son and heir wasto year, thoro milk and corn. Now, each ly pleasures; tbey bad not resigned lowed by tho great Invitation prels an Industrial school exhis tlmo over arithmetical problems themselves to the dreams of earthly sented In lesson eleven. position to which tho girls brlnB their Joys aa others, nor had they given Lesson twelvo deals with tho feed- dealing with stocks nnd bonds when best sewing and cooking. This year themselves over to the enjoyment of ing of tho flvo thousand. Ha ls tha farm arithmetic, Involving tho samo a llttlo Pago County girl won a trip sinful pleasures; they had not bowed living bread who alone can satisfy general principles, ls so much moro knee to the god of this world for tha hunger of tha countless multitudes lutelllgiblo and interesting to him, to Washington by baking tho best the riches or earthly emolument; they had of mankind. He la the and vastly moro practical? With tho loaf ot bread in Iowa. But Page Coun ty could hardly expect to koep Miss borne life's load uncomplainingly, and and the Lord and Savior. aid of teachers nnd farmers Mla3 had endured all manner ot suffering Field all to Itself: sho has been proOf course such a .review will bo Field compiled a llttlo country arithfor righteousness sake; they bad lived rapid and perhaps Incomplete, but it metic with problems Involving farm moted. In chargo of tho rural work sacrificial lives and all this In happy will show, that ha has sayings for all f tho Young Woman's Christian Asexpectation ot a glorious awakening In circumstances and power over alt con- crops, tho dilry, poultry, tho measurea future Ufa ot bliss. But, ah, what ditions of life. It will show that bis ment of grain In bins, drainage, fenc sociation, as ono ot tho national sec fools they had been) for If Christ be sayings have In them the spirit of ing, and sales of pioduco. Now when retaries of that organization, sho will doubtless find yot larger opportuninot risen, tbey perished at the mo- life, that will communlctae vltalltr, a farmer, unablo to calculate tho ties for helping to ment they died; when the spirit left and that their efficiency and their ef- number ot tons ot hay In a stack moro helpful bothothers headsbecomo tn body they ceased to be, they suf- fectiveness depends entirely upon tin ho wished to buy, with and found his son ablo fered dead loss." response which wa make to them, to copo with, tho problem by moans hands." 1 it places over tho country, we have tho Ideal tlmo to statt tho study ot Neighborhood lllctoty. Instead ot ns signing a lesson for tomorrow In tho "Dry" book, ask each member of tho clnsc to find out from parents or grandparent, If one Is living near. from what part of tho country tho first member of tho family camo lo that community, and some of tho reasons why they came. Also any Interesting things that they may bo ablo to gather as to tho conditions of tho neighborhood when tho family tho first camo Into It, and how people lived. This ls all History of Science VI. makes her own selection. It Is not nn easy mutter to sell poor meat to the woman who knows nltnost us well as the butcher himself the difference In the amount ot bone In various cuts of meat. It Is a simple matter to become familiar with the character of tho different kind of invat and their location In the (iirciisx. and It Is a subject which every woman should under- Cuts of Meal and How to Cook Them. stand. The highest priced nnd tenderest pieces of beef aro cut from the hind quarter. Custom Is so strong In Its preference that beef animals are bred with n view to having as much meat and as small bones lu tbc loin as possible. The largest amount of nutriment ls obtained from some of the fore quarter pieces. In dividing tbo side of beef Into foro and hind quarters tbo division Is generally made leaving one rib on the hind quarter. Tho sirloin and rump roast, loin, and. round steaks, the flank or skirt piece and the shank arc In tbo hind quarter. The rib roasts, chuck, short ribs, clod or forearm, plate piece. Including tbc navel, the neck and shin, are located In tbo foro quarter. Most of these pieces can be cut Into smaller portions, and the quantity of bone which these several parts contain generally determines which Is tbe best to buy. Of course animals must have bone, and tho butcher must sco to It that some one buys tbc bone If he expects to mnko a good profit. But wo are always willing to leave tbe Inferior parts tho big bones to tho customer who does not know any better. In selecting n rib roast always ask for at least the first three ribs from the whole fore quarter. The first flvo ribs make a satisfactory roast for a large family. Cutting nearer tbo shoulder, tbe muscle fibers aro coarser and tbo meat not as suitable for roasting. The rib roast may havo tho bones left In It and bo cooked. as a standing roast, or tho ribs may be cut out and the meat rolled, with center filled with a bit of suet. Tbe first method probably has a llttlo better flavor; tbo second or rolled roast Is more easily carved. Tbe first chuck piece generally sells for a few cents less per pound than the ribs and makes a very good roast If It Is carefully prepared and cooked rather slowly. The second and remaining chuck pieces are better for pot than oven roasting. Tbe. clod pleco contains joint and bone of tbo forearm. It ls often cut Into threo parts. The second or middle piece, contain- -' lng the smaller amount of bone, ls By EDITH G. CHARLTON. In Charfe ot Domestic Economy. Iowa State College. Cepyrlaht. 1910. by American Traea Auocltlian. Just n -- I ll ,nlr -- I "'ln. found on the avcrago table. No matter bow high tho pries soars, It ls demanded at least onco a day as tbo principal dish In tbo bill of fare of tha average American family. Until re cent years It was considered almost essential to life and was the last food to bo sacrificed if a change In the diet was recommended for reasons of health. At the present tlmo peoplo are gradually finding out that meat ls not a necessity In any bill of fare. They are learning there are other foods which contain quite as much of the tissue building properties, and cheese, beans, eggs and nuts aro sub stituted for the meat dlsb. Still, beef, Iamb, pork, fish, poultry and gamo continue to be favorite foods In many homes, and one or more ot tho number ls prepared for tho table every day, Universally used as It ls, meat of all kinds ls the food most often spoiled In the cooking, or, to mako the statement a llttlo moro specific, It ls tho food material In which tho scientific principles of cooking should be and are not moat carefully observed. Competition of Meat. Meat Is composed of bundles of muscle fibers bound together by filmy substance called connective tls sue. There are also In all kinds of meat more or less fat, water and mln eral matter, besides tbo bone, sinew blood and skin. Albumen, a substance similar to the white of egg, Is found In the blood and muscle, and this ls tho principal proteld of meat. The extractive, or the flavor of meat, ls also one of Its valuable properties. It ls the extractives which give somo kinds ot meat, beef especially, a stimulating value, and tbey also aid In the diges tion of the muscle fibers. The amount of tissue building material, or proteld, averages from 10 to 'JO per cent In dif ferent kinds of meat, and the fat va rles considerably, from 0 to CO per cent, according to tho animal and tho cut. Uncooked meat contains a largo amount of water, usually moro than 60 per cent. Meat ls cooked to mako It mora palatable, to develop Its flavor and to kilt any germs which It may contain. Un less very carefully done cooking meat makes It less easy of digestion. Raw M M MEAT Is one ot the chief tissue bunding foods'. It ls also one of tho foods most commonly preferable. ECTw'-'j'j- t ( ribs ribs 7otT-'- , , -' Y aotmXvJ IWVBUrtATs- rd lllus-deat- h, rcf-bad- CUAItT SUOWIJiO DIVISIONS OF DEEP. one-hal- self-deni- Woman Teacher Who corn-growo- toxt-book- ever-sufficie- chopped will leavo tbo f from two and to while meat cooked after method will require from two to three hours louger. When meat Is properly cooked the muscle fibers will bo softeued ami tbo connective tissue and albumen will bo only slightly hardened. HolIIug meat tough' ens tho muscle libers aud hardens tbo albumen. In this, thcu, lies the secret of tbo proper cooking of any kind of meat. It should always bo accom plished with, n moderate temperature, below boiling point for stews, fricas sees, pot roast, etc. Ono fact should ever bo kept In mind when buylug meat nnd preparing It for the table. This Is that It ls uot neces sarily the most expensive cuts of meats which aro either tbo best flavored or most nutritious. It ls a mis take, common to both experienced and Inexperienced cooks, to suppose that wheu u really delicious piece of meat Is desired it must be cut from the porterhouse or sirloin. To be sure, In many minds, there ls no meat quite so appetizing as a porterhouse steak, but even that expensive and naturally toothsome cut can bo absolutely spoil ed In the cooking. Equally true Is It that a piece cut from tho shoulder or the flank can be prepared and cooked In such a way that it will bo a dish for tbo gods and will bo relished by even the eplcuro who usually casts tils vote In favor of "T" bono and ten derloin steaks. Different Cuts of Meat. A practical knowledge of tbo usual method of cutting beef, also of tho length and structure of the muscle fibers. Is almost necessary In order to Insure getting the best pieces of meat and to determine bow they should bo cooked. By the best pieces one generally means those pieces having the least bone and the tenderest. Juiciest meat. Tho woman who seldom If ever visits the meat market, who Invariably gives her meat orders by telephone, ls nor as likely to get a choice roast or a particularly good steak as ls the woman who. knowing where these cuts are located, goes to the market and' finely stomach In three hours, the common beef portion. and the salt draws out tbe juice. The oven should be very hot. about 350 degrees, hot enough to sear tbe meat on all aides lu ten or fifteen minutes. If desired tho searing may be done on top of tbe stove directly over tho Are. After tho meat Is well seared tbe temperature should be lowered and tbe meat allowed to cook more slowly un til It Is done, nbout fifteen minutes for each pound. If n dripping pan ls used tbe meat will require basting several times during the first hour. For this melt some butter or some good, fresh drippings" lu hot water, remove tbo pan from tbo oven and basto thoroughly. Do uot pour water over tho meat nor basto with clear fat. After two or threo times there will be enough fat In tbe pan for subsequent bastings. Salt may bo added durlnir tbo last half hour of roasting or after tbe meat has been well seared. To be quite satisfactory a roast should weigh at least five pounds. Less than that tbe pleco will be so small that br the tlmo It has been seared on all Ides there will be very little center The rump piece, with hip Joint removed and tbe cavity filled with suet,' makes an excellent roasting piece. It Is very lean, tbe muscles closely knit, and unless the bono ls taken out and some extra fat added tho meat ls like ly to be dry. Tbe tenderloin Is a solid piece of lean meat, juicy and of tluo grain nnd flavor. It Is located In tho loin, just under tbe backbone, and ls thickest In tho center of tbo loin. Becauso it has no waste and Is unusually tender It Is sometimes sold In a separate piece and prepared ns a fillet of beef or broiled for steak. But such tenderloin ls sel dom If ever taken from first quality beef, becauso when It has been removed tbe value of tbe remaining steaks Is considerably lessened. There fore tbo choicest steak Is usually tho fourth or Qftb porterhouse, containing a good portion of the tender loin. Select a sirloin steak that has been cut ns far Into tho loin as possi ble. This gives a good sized piece ot tenderloin as well ns n large mlddlo piece with short muscles. Mothode of Cooking Meat. Eight methods aro generally em ployed In cooking meats. These are boiling. broiling, roasting, stewing, frying, sautelng, frlcasseelng, a combination of snutelng and stewing, nnd braising, a combination of frying and baking. The various methods represent cooking In moist bent on top ot the rango and cooking In dry heat In the oven or broiler. Tbe prlnclplo under-- ' lying all the methods ls the same. It ls to begin tbo cooking of tbe meat at a high temperature In order to sear over the cut musclo ends to keep tbo juices In tbe meat and then to cook at lower temperature that tbe musclo fibers and connective tlssuo may bo hardened as little ns possible. For a roast of beef choose either the first three ribs, a cut from tho sirloin or tbe rump piece. After preparing the roast for tbo oven wipe it with a cloth wet with cold water. Do not put the meat In a dish of water to wash It. Put tbe meat Into a dripping pan or. better, a self bastlne roaster. sprinkle It with a Utile pepper and dredgo lightly with flour If desired. Rut do not put water In the pan nor sprlnklo tbe meat with salt, becauso both extract tbe flavor of the meat. Page Four. THE CITIZEN. 9 September 26, 1912. Mr. nnd Mr. S. C. Lewis haro COLLEGE ITEMS JuU returned from Congcravllte, III., two where they apent a pleasant R. S. Estcs, a former Berea stuweeks nnd dent, writes from Belgrade, Mont. their with dniiRhter, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Tod.l Ho Is pleased with Tho Citizen 'and g and other relatives nnd friends, ' would n0t bo without a single o NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A whom were Jack Burton and ber. . S VARIETY OF SOURCES ll Mg Ada M. Phillips, former o family, and Ab Collins nnd family, former Kentucklans. On their slstant In tho 8ecretnry"s offlc-freturn they stopped In OreencAStl I hns a position In Portland, Oregon. "Thero'a a difference" then to Ind., for two days with T. J. Roy- - Her address Is 5S0I 60th 8t. 8. K. snro and "Save It" by going to nolds, a brother-in-laLogan Baker, a Beren student cf Welch's year, Is teaching on Cutshln 'Mr. nnd Mm. n. if. TinWu m Mr. and Mrs. Mlko White of enjoying a delightful visit by their t,,ls Minmer and expects to bo back CITT 1'IIONK 183 Bakersvllle, N. C. arrived In Derea children, Mrs. Hnllet, Douglas and for the Winter Term Tho Phi Delta Anniversary last Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. on tho early morning train, Monday. Sellew. Tho happy reunion will Mr. White Is to bo chief cook at tho broken, Saturday, by tho departure of Saturday night was n really brllllan; College boarding hall. Mrs. White Is Douglas, who returns to St. Joseph, pffnlr, and the society did Itself DAN H. BRXCK to assist him. Mo. One week later Sellew returns credit. The only mistake was th.it Its officers aoloRlzed for the proLive Stock Mr. It. L. Richardson of Cincinnati to Chicago. They both aro employees Fire, Life, Accident, and gram and called attention to tho was In town tho first of the week; of Swift nnd Co. Mrs. Hallet will INaUKANLt fact that somo members nppolntej remain In Berea for n month. on business. Will sign your bodd. lact spring hnd failed to return. If Richmond, Ky. Mr. W. D. Harris left, Tuesday, for Mr. D. O. Bowman was a business nothing had leen Fnld of this It Phone 505 Cincinnati, making preparations to visitor to Richmond, Tuesday. would hnvo leen txtter. Tho exergo on tho road as traveling salesMUs Nevnda Hannah visited with cises, llko thoso of all students, wero Dound, Local North man for tho Central Manufacturing capnble of Improvement, Mr. Dan Brock's family of but they Rich7:00 a. m. 10:C5 p. in. Co., of Lcckford, Ohio. Knoxvlllo were full of vigor and promise. mond last Saturday. 3:52 n. m. 1:07 p. in BEREA Dr. W. N. Craig was a business Dr. Robcrtc preached In the Up7:4C a.m. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati The Progressive Club met In the per visitor to Richmond on Tuseday of Chapel on "Tho Responsibility of South Bound, Local Upper Chapel, Tuesday evening, and week. tho Educated Christian." Prof. Ralne 8:15 p. m. this G:30 a. m. Cincinnati listened to a lecture by Prof. C. V. Two houses and lots for saU. Rumld. The lecture wns delayed a In the Main Chanel on "Selling One's 12:31 p. m. 12:33 a. m. BEREA Birthright for Pottcge." 7:00 p. m. 5:60 a. ru. Houses now, well finished. Prices few minutes by tho absence of Knoxvlllo tho Tho new arrangement by which right. Apply to J, W. Hosklns, Berea. chairman, Mr. Blanton. Thero were Express Train. all visitors enter by the west dour No. 32 will stop at Berea to take Mr. C. I. Ogg left, Tuesday of this about 00 people present. proved wholly satisfactory, and alon passengers for Dayton, O., Richweek, for Union to make some though the night was stormy there Ind-- , Indianapolis, Ind., Colummond, was a largo audience. Visitors are A CORRECTION bus, O., arid points beyond. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Dower visit wclcomo at both tho Upper and the South Bound. ed In Cincinnati the .first of the In tho Hem last week headed Main Chapel. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati week. On Tuesday thero was a "dlvld.'d "Nearly a Hundredfold," tho o 11:65 a. m. BEREA CMr. F, I. Jones of Parksvllle, Ky., was mado of saying that ill lecture." Pres. Frot epoke to young No. 33 will stop to take on paswas In town visiting with his famipotnotes were grown from a single men In the Main Chael on "Rushsengers for Atlanta and points be- ly tho first of tho weok. potato when It should hnvo been 81 ing to Death on a Darg" beginning yond. Miss Fannie Dowden of Paint Lie:: noiimta. nnrntrw. tvnnM ha nn v with tho story of tho battle of Bluu North Bound woo among friends In Beren, Satur- - cw?(llngly BOod Lick, and closing with Stevenson's cspcclny 4:46 p. m. BBRBA poem "Sing me n song of n Lnd 1:37 p. m. Cincinnati Look for tho new price list of "eye peners" from Welch's. Dr. and Mrs. Cowley were visitwho recently Mrs. Will Moore ed last week by Mrs. Dr. Murlson Dunn of Richmond. On Sunday Dr. underwent nn operation for nppendldtls at the College hospital is Dunn camo up nnd spent the day with; them. Dr. Dunn was with Dr. and rapidly recovering, and Is expected Mrs. Cowley on their tour to Europe to be at homo In a few days. two years ago. Mr. Dean Slaglo, after visiting The biggest $ In tho world Is tho with his parents at Bakersvllle, N. C, for tho past two weeks, return- ono spent at Welch's. oooooooooooooooooooooooooo LOCAL PAGE I STOC K MEDICINES con-ln-la- w mini-amon- ns-n, ooooooooooooo DR. BEST, DENTIST oaooaooaouaoaoaoooo We entry the following brands: lJlnck Dmughl, Kentucky Horiemiin'a Condition Powders, Liniments, Hellng Lotion, Colic Relief and DlMemper Remedy. PKATT'S Animal Regulator n.Poultiy Regulator. HOURUON Stock Tonic, Hog Cholery Remedy, Poultry Cure, Insecticide, and Egg producer. PEOPLE'S Stock Remedy and Poultry Remedy Spavin Cure COX'S. Barbed Wire Liniment, KENDALL'S and others. at G. E. PORTER, Ph. C. . Phone 10 for Woodrow Wilson thero. Anoth-Item of news n llttlo moro unexpected, contained In his note, Is to tho effect that slnto wldo prohibition was voted down In his clnte, tho 9th Inst., by a voto of 2 to 1, Prof. Chas. A. King, n member of the Berea' Faculty somo years nga. In a lottcr to Prof. Dlnsmore, dated Sept. Plymouth, Now Hampshire, Kith, Btates that ho Is now In chargo of tho Manual Training Department of tho Plymouth Stnto Normal, having moved to Now Hampshire last spring and having IxyiKlit tho old homestead that had been In tho hands of tt)o family for nearly two Ho hundred years until recently. oxcts to devoto hlst tlmo niter this year to his farm nnd' literary wortf, ii,.. niiti.n, f i... nirno.i several books. His homo nddreFS Is East Kingston, N. II. PHI DELTA ANNIVERSARY Berea, Ky. - 1 AltliVET MAKi: a nrrfect mxtnrt there linuM tx a gprmlthrltt for oil. mlier for vinegar, n wis man for salt ind a mail rap tn atlr thi Inicmllenta up mil mix them welt tmrrtrier. flpanlah Proverb. Bo i SOME SUMMER SALADS. Palntablo salads may bo mndo tho roar round with tho standard fruits and vegetables found In tho market, ,'s luncheon or dinner seems qnlto complcto without somo kind of a. inlad. mls-tak- 1 FURNITURE ls o the I ol Miss Katherino J. Ogllvlo Coshocton, Ohio, Is acting ns head . .. t l" T" i r i "aiu.uay. . . Everything in furniture at Welch's A There will bo a pie supper at nurse at tho hcspltal for a month, the Blue Lick church, Saturday night. Mr. C. W. Johnston who recently September 2Sth. Everybody Is Invited. UIUISSIOU largest line of .imlortronf nn nwmMnn ni h lego hospital was able to return home, Tuesday. keep Leather shoes at Welch's, you out of the mire. Mr. J. K. Huff who has been llv- ing in Ohio the past three years has returned to Berea to mako bis home. gave her Mrs. Chas. Anderson son, William, n surprise birthday party, Sept. II. About 65 people the party. Ice cream, sherbet, lemonade, cake, fruits and various kinds of candles were served ns refreshments. , Sunday, Sept. 23, Mr. Will Ogg and family, Mr. W. A. Ogg and family, Mr. Chas. Anderson and family, W. Will Llnvllle and family. Mr. T. M. Ogg and family, Mr. E. F. Ogg and family and Edith Llnvllle nnd Conrad Chrlsman took dinner with grandmother Ogg at her home on Walnut Meadow pike. 'Mr. Lee Hayes of Fredericksburg, Ind., visited at the homo of his sister, Mrs. J. G. Harrison, at tho first of the week. Mrs. Georgo Stout has been spending several days In Knoxvllle, Tcnn. ed It looks like everybody trades at Welch's. Mr. Elmer Gabbard went to Lonapdon, Saturday, and filled his , pointment at tho Presbyterian church, Sunday morning and evening, Mr. Walter DIzney loft one hy last week- - for his new home at Har lan, where he will opend a few days to with his parents before going Knoxvllle, Tenn., to take a course In Agriculture. The Misses Maude nnd Ora L?e Elliott of Sprlugdale, Mason County, arrived, 'Monday, to visit their slater, Mrs. Dogman. Mies Ora has entered tho Normal Department of Berea College. You can get anything you want at Welch's Department Stores. RUGS, CARPETS, TRUNKS, SUITCASES shown in Berea A LOOK WILL CONVINCE YOU a large and appreciative audlenc. tho Notwithstanding tho fact that majority of tho speakers were nib- stltutes, having conwmted to tako part since cchool began, tho program was carried out very creditably and mu interest oi wo nuuienco ruuweii that tho productions wero received with much appreciation. After tho Invocation by Prof. Robertson about 35 members resouded to the mil call which was followed by a welcome address by tho Win. J. Balrd. Mr. liaison's Original Story, which was very Interesting, was followed Orlglnnl Poems by J. O. Bowman's which wero full of romance, pntlioi and wit. Mr. Sller'a essay gavo cvldenco of tho art nt composition while Reading by Mr. Kamosh received comment on ever' hand. Tho closing literary production was an oration by Mr. Harlan Muntz In which ho dealt with tho Liquor Tiaf-fl- c very skillfully. After this tho Gpo Club rendered a couple of selections were very which fitting for tho occasion and which sent every ono nwny with pleasant memories of an evening well spent. PUBLIC SALE OF LAND Tho anniversary of Phi Delta Mt- crary Society which occurred In tho College, Chapel. Saturday owning. Sept. 21st. was a pronounced success. Tho speakers and others who nppear- td on the program wero greeted by Surprise Salad. Cut In bits two cold lamb chops freed from skin and bone. Mako a Jelly by straining and. seasoning n cup of tomato and add- Ing an clRhth of n box of gelatine, nil arthon cups with tho Jelly, and " firm on tho edges, but still soft i I whcn o m,x of th ccn,ra, nm, pftck ,nto , wUh 'ccn,cr galn. When firm servo on ihreddcd lettueo with a teajpoonful of salad dressing for each portion. Dressing Hub the Remoulade eggs through rolks of two mix with a raw yolk. oason r "nd stard and. '" ""V, lKat In a cup of oil, as little rM a fflW dropg of vno. t gar. Asparagus and string beans mako a most satisfying salad, cooked and scrTcd with French dressing. Mako this by adding n tablespoonful of vinegar to threo of ollvo oil, with seasonings of salt, pepper and mustard If liked. I I nnt hard-cooke- "'e. ' ' Welch's they wero of good size as most of them certainly were. But 81 pounds Is still better, Mr. Baker having sown bis seed In good ground, and tho record In this case undoubtedly ctands, then, moro than a MEETING OF PRISCILLA CLUB Gone." In Upper Chapel Mlsa Bowcrsox lectured to tho young women of tho advanced classes on "Social Llfo at Berea." Mountain Day this year will bo u divided affair, tho school hnvlnir li.w como so largo that all cannot go on y a singlo occasion. Tho College, nnd Normal, together with Vocational stude'iUs of acaddmlc grado, go next Monday. The remainder of tho Vocational students and tho Foundation Schools go tho wvek following. Tho Model Schools will probably have a picnic by themselves on tho samo day. Mra. Hubbard, wlfo of IVnn Hubbard, has returned from her foreign trip, landing In New York last Sun day, and Is expected to arrive in Berea In tho course of two weeks. Prof. John F. Smith, who Is absent on leavo this fall, partly through 111 health, has spent a delightful week In tho East Tenncsseo mountains, and Is still hunting and fishing In Acn-tlem-- At 10 o'clock, will offer A nice assortment of Misses' and tailor-mad- e women's suits and skirts are now on display at Mrs. S. R. Baker's. family Mr. T. A. Robinson nnd are moving from Boone St to Miss Davis's houso on Center St. Mr. Will Golden of Lexington has been visiting hero this week nt the homo of his parents. Prof, and Mrs. Noah May spent Sunday afternoon with I'rultt Smith and family, Mrs. Elizabeth Pauley, who has been visiting her daughters lit Rockcastb and Jessamine counties all summer, returned to her homo on Elm St. thousand dollars. recently. Mr. and Mrs. Waldon have moved Mrs. Cora Smith and mother, Mrs. Calahan, wore tho pleasant guests from High St. to Mrs. Robinson's of Miss Corwln at dinner, Sunday property on Chestnut St. Miss Ruth BlcUnell was delightevening. fully surprised, Saturday night, by the gathering of a number of her friends nt her home on Prospect St. Mr. and Mr3. Cam Lewis returned last week from a visit to their daughter, Mrs. Everett Todd, In Illinois. Mr. J. P. Blcknell and son, Dwlght, returned from Tenuessce, Saturday. Evangelistic meetings began nt tho Christian church, Monday night. THE RACKET STORE The Rov. W. J. Hudspeth, State Is in Evangelist, of Hopklnsvtllo MRS. EARLY charge. Mr. Wm. Jones who baa been at work In Cincinnati Is visiting with homo folks. Mr. Ab Golden has opened up n bakery on High St. and Is supplying tho merchants In town now. Mrs. O. Short and son, Braxton, Mr. W. D. Logsdon of Brassfleld was visiting with his son, Thomas, Wednesday and Thursday of last weok. Miss Grant Maupln has returned homo after a visit of several weeks with relatives In Ohio. Little Howard Smith was the recipient f many pretty gifts and callers on Sept 21st., his third birthday anniversary. Miss Esther Logsdon of Brassfleld Is visiting this week with her Mrs. J. M. Coyle. Quantity, Quality, Equality sptak volumes and all at one place, Welch's. Mr. Chas. Dunn Is now visiting at his home near Whltca Station. Ho Is Just In from Louisville, where ho has been showing horses at the State Fair. Mr. Dunn is said to be ono of the best Jockeys In tho country. Hazeldon, the mare Mr. Dunn raised and which he sold last year the for $1,150, took first prize In last 5 galted saddle ring at the Loulsvlllo Fair, the prize' being r. that is of land at Tho first tract contains SO acres; CO under cultivation. Tho reinalndtr in yung timber. Good dwelling and nil necessary out buildings; well wa- tored and fenced, convenient to schol8 ond churches and on rural Tho second tract contains 30 acres. Tuesday, Oct. 8, '12, i public salo two tracts ' Bobtown. Ky. at ,,,, for a )cUuco and onon eajad to add to tho list, Th materials at hand and the genb us of tho cook will often produco ro- suits most gratifying. A most Appetlilng salad for thoso who aro able to gather tho fresh mushrooms Is one In which the stems of tho mushrooms aro reserved for tho salad, Cut them In strips, mix with a few shredded almonds nnd serve on lettuce with French dressing. Tho stems nro to bo uncooked. Ltttlo bits of leftover salmon mixed with cocoanut, makes a nlco salad. Tho addition of a sour chopped plcklo, or two given zest to the salad. Veal or chicken, equal quantities, chopped nnd mixed with celery, seasoned with a French dressing and served with mayonnaise. Is one of our standard salads. To a quart of mixed celery and chicken use n cup of oun'- - u a valcty J. ' t,in,mott """T.r" .T UIC Z .LLCCotJ ' Y '4YVtAC- MR ia-a- under cultivation. For further Klngston.-- Ad in- I i The Prlscilla Club met, for tho first tlmo this club year, with tho President, Mre. J. P. Faulkner, and with quite a large number In attendance. ks wrtto Joo R. Creokmore. W. Crcckmoro CHURCH ,ns 86 ard' Fnn ,n Garrard County' UZ ll arca ,and- - KOOd tlflE0 hou''0' good tmM barn' drilled well, nbout threo mllo from iwrea. I'rico oi per acre. D. FARM 80 acres FOR SALE RALLY DAY AT UNION N. Wlch, Postmaster. The lively, cheerful manner la which tho work was taken up, many happy and profitable meetings. Tho Bay View Reading Courso ha3 been ndopted. Tho general topic for tho year Is England, Scotland and Ireland, a subject especially attractive ns soma of tho members will bo prepared to glvo personal experiences of tbeso countries. Mrs. Dlnsmoro tho rainbow trout country. Introduced tho oiason's studies with Two young men entered school a charming account of her voyage last week from Trinidad, Colo. They across tho Atlantic. camo thru Riley Boggs, a former student In our Nonnal and for two Tho responses nt tho next meeting will be notes on early English years a teacher In tho Foundation School. writers. Mr. Boggs is doing well In tho Sunday School Mission work. Ho reports PREACHING AT M, E, CHURCH that bIx woek3 ngo a young daughter came Into his home. Miss Maggio Woody, a graduato Tho services at the M. E. church, Sunday, will bo conducted by Rev. from tho Berea School of Nursing, Henry Murrell In tho forenoon and located last year In London, Ky., la by Secretary Morton nt night. Tho now head nurso of tho Kings Daughpastor, Rev. V. T. Willis, will bo at ters Hospital at Shelbyvllle. Mr. Alwln Todd, Clabs '12, writes Wallace's Chapel for tho day. from Arkansas that overybody Is Rally Day at tho Union Church next Sunday. You and your family nro invited. Tho Sunday School program at 9:30 U most Interesting and will bo enjoyed by nil. Tho Pastor will preach on Chris-tln- n Loyalty. Bo suro to como. Kingston of land on Richmond and plko, 2 miles from Berea, 8 room dwelling, good well, orchard and all necessary out house. Wrlto, Ellhu Blcknell. Berea. Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. for sale. Hnnouncement TTbc scmf-nnm- Display ot blob class Jfall anb ICllntcr suitings bu ml Zbt (Blobe TEaUodno Company Cincinnati will be oipen at our establishment ctobev I anb 2 Dafte tola one ot sour poaltlpc enflnocmcuta. Call nno mnhe Bour selection ano oc measures be an expert orocra taftcn for immediate or future fccllvctB-woolcnu- wlll PALACE MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY All kinds of fresh and cured meats and lard. Fish, Oysters and Poultry in Season. All kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries. PROMPT DELIVERY be obown in full lenotb orapc Salesman RAY GOSQER HAYES . , U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. tt : C& GOTT Berea, Ky. aro visiting friends and relatives in Jackson, Breathitt, this week. Coyle BtriUfeg, Main SU t: n Pbom 37, September 26, 1912. THE CITIZEN Page Five overhas discovered a method of coming many objectionable) fentureo nnd partlculatly 1U tendency to absorb moisture. Ho would prevent this by mixing certain quantities of oil In tho Ingredients. L. & N. TRAIN ROIH1ED An L. and N. train was robbed between Pensacola, Ha., and Flanu lion, Ala., lnrst week, of $55,000. Tho money was In a largo package on an express car, and Its disappearance Is said to hnvo been mysterious, letter reports are to tho effect that tho package was returned to tho Pensacola Bank, being found nt ono of tho doors. THE WEST VIRGINIA STRIKE Tho miners' strlko in West Virginia Is no nearer an end, apparently, but no rioting has been for sevornl days, martini law having boon declared in several districts and the stato militia being in Legislation looking to tho control. removal of tho miners' grievances is to bo suggested to the Legislature by Gov. Qlasacck, 4TH NATIONAL CONSERVATION CONGRESS Tho 4th national conservation Congress will convene In Indianapolis, Tuesday, Oct. let, for a four day3' seslon. Many distinguished speakers aro on tho program and thousands of visitors nro expected nt the conAn vention city for tho sessions. Important part In the proceedingwill bo taken by members of tho federated woman's clubs of the United States. cd - Berea NEWS rortfie Printing School YOUNG Department of Berea College (Th Citizen i PEOPLE NEAT HOUSE FOR SONG BIRDS Mads of Three Shallow Doxes Set Anglss Upon Each 8lo May Dspsnd Upon Taste. a specimen of our work.) PRINTS HAND-BIL1.LETTER-HKAD- st CARDS, REP0RT8, SER, MONS AND DOOK3 IN THE BEST The plcturo Illustrates a neat nnd MANNER, AND AT LOWEST eervlccnblo bird house. It Is made of three shallow boxes set at angles PRICES. upon each other, Bays a writer In Tour patronage Is asked to help American Hoy, Tho site of the boxes studanta, and to insurs depends upon your own taste. I think 18 Inches snuaro nnd 6 Inches deep your getting your money's worth. Is about right for ench. In designing tho houso I Intended It as n rcfugo CALL AT TUB OFFICE OR SEND for untamed birds nnd so mndn as ORDER8 DT MAIL. YOU WILL GET ninny compartments ns possible, Ench of the shallow boxes Is divided Into SATISFACTION. TERMS CASIL AD four spaces, as shown In the IllustraDRESS tion. The spaco "p" Is whero tho post comes up through the center. The perches and openings aro cut out with a small circle saw, Tho roof Is of tin or galvnnlxed Iron. It Is mado of BEREA, KY. four triangles lapped ovor each other and riveted. Two coats of steel gray paint on the outsldo will add to tho appearnnco of tho houso nnd make It weather resisting. It should be sot upon a high post and made ns Inviting on posslblo for the feathered visitors. Remember that Berea Printing School Houses to Rent vylah to To thssa who have children to edu cate and reside In Berea foi a longer or shorter time to enjoy Its educational advantages, the Collegs number of houses, large sn has email, some of them partly furnished, la rent on ressonabts terms. Addrssi THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. $ A Bird House. as man has encroached upon tho domain of tho wild creatures only three courses wero open to them; either to move to remoter regions, to adapt themselves to modern conditions or to die out altogether. The robin Is one of tho species that has mado the best of things nnd tried to stay with us. study It Is Interesting Norte Training School of Ms shelter will to you its habits and In doing so. aid Here are somo things to discover for Berea College yourself. Do tho robins nrrlvo from tho south singly or In docks? Do the HAB BEST OPERA.TTNO ROOM sexes mlgrnto together? How long after tho arrlvnl does nest building AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES beglnT What Is tholr food. Is It the FOR CARE Or A LIMITED NUMBER same In various months? All these and a dozen moro linos of Inquiry OP PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREAT will make the shelter Interesting. WENT QREATLT INCREASES PROS- THE Berea Hospital PECTS OP RECOVERT. NUGGETS FROM DIFFERENT MINES Ratae Oae Dollar a day and ap. When tho average man falls down Bond for prompt payment required stairs ho blames his wife. For farther particulars addreaa As' long as bad books and newspa-or- s nro mado welcome In a home, BEREA HOSPITAL tho, devil can not bo kept out. THE llC3 Tho woman who tells white BEREA, KY. beforo her children will soon find them telling black ones. If dust settles on your Bible, sin will get Into your heart. THE NEWSTORY Thero Is no land that Is flowing From many of our renders we havo with milk nnd honey that does not Iiad pleasant references to FrecglanU in it. kle, tho lnat pago of which will bo havo with Uio brightest birds Tho run this week. It has been widely rend nnd unlvorrally liked. Wo think feathers do not clng tho sweetest. ourselves that no pleco of HtemtuM could bo found that would glvo a IN MEMORIAM to better nnd greater Inspiration young men and young women, and 'Mrs. L. S. Racer, mother of Rov. those who have written us ubout tho II. M. Racer, "was a noblo Christian story, without exception, agree, on woman, having boon taught to servo that iolnt. Sho was a membegins God from childhood. Now our now tucry, which ber of tho Baptist Church and strict two weeks from today, will bo Juu religious views. Although It ns valuable. Written by tho sanio in her Is hard to part with hero wo know nuthor It deals with tho struggles tho today sho rejoices with of a girl a girl who got her Inspi- that angola nnd is pralslug Him who callAnd bcr triration from Freckles. "Come, thy work umph Is Just ns grtat and her Ideals ed her and said, on earth Is ended." aro Just ns high. Wo want our readSho died August 21, 1912, nftsr ers to call tho attention of everya Bhort illness, at her homo in Cor-blbody In tho neighborhood to this Ky. Tho remains wero taken to story. As tfio cold weather coincs tho family burying ground at Jamesbegin to sit around the nnd wo Sho la curvlvcd by her what hotter entertainment town, Ohio. daughter and five sons. could bo offered than a few chap-to- husband, from tho Girl of Tho Llmbcr-los- tr Another llfo lays down its burden, Another sleeps tho silent sleep , While God in his lnflulto mercy CORN SHOW A tendor watchfulness o'er her n, fire-sldo, rs Tho fanners of Red Llclc Valley aro in tho habit of having u corn Wo yield to death thy loving spirit show ovory fall. Th'ey nro planning Who over llfo tho victory won, to hold It oa Nor. 23, this year, Anil though our aching hearts oro throbbing, at Webb and Hunter's store at lied be Wo say, .0, Lord, "Thy will Lick Ford. keeps. for sunmTscSTeachers Tho Stnto Supt, of Elementary Instruction In Sunday Schools will 1k la Borca next weok and will speak at tho Parl3h Ilouee, Wednesday, Oct, 2nd, at 7:30. All Sunday School workers should bo present. done." Why should wo weep when the weary ones rest In tho bosom of Jesus supremo, In tho mansion of glory prepared for tho blest? For death Is no moro than a dream. A Friend. UNITED STATES NEWS Continued Ir.m Flut l'tge campaign for tho Presidency, fearing that between now and Better a man without riches than riches without a man. Tcunysoa, Tho womanhood of today, Its glorious possibilities, Is but with a re- flection of tho chining of the M. II. Mather. of Bethlehem. star but tho beginning of hell. Robbed! And will what robs us of will? Thero aro two robbers for that DyJOHN D. M'FERRAN, Chairman Educational Committee, Indolcnco nnd fear. I could mako a Louisville Commercial Club great cholco but It requires an effort 'and I say "tomorrow.' Indolence, unwillingness to put forth tho efII. fort And fear. If I follow tho right Judgment, which God has given mo nt our oducational problems from n business thero will bo certain fingers uf IOOKING wo havo been turning too much to what is callod scorn, and so I hesltato to follow tho education. I nm mysolf n believer in highor educabest, and surrender tho Independenco tion. I mean by that the universities, colleges and high of my wn soul. Robbed again! And hero Is tho power to improve. schools nnd would not dotrnct from their importnnco in tho least, but O, wo do all expect to improve, but thoy nro already liberally provided for far in ndvnnco of our common thero is somo personal pleasure, a schools. littlo indulgence, something innocent In itself, it may be; but it hindera Wo nro told by tho United States bureau of education "that moro that which la great nnd rewarding, s than of our boys in tho United States lcavo school beforo so that wo are robbed of Improvetho end of tho eighth grndo;" "that tho avcrngo length of a boy's ment, and go never come to know schooling is less than six years, and this school training beforo tho what God intended when he mado 'us in tho Imago of Himself. ages of twolvo to fourteen years, whilo tho boy is too young to appreI An(i time Wo aro robbed of that ciate his loss ;" "that less than ono boy in four completes tho grammar a littlo at a time. It may be some grades nnd but ono boy in eight goes any further with his schooling;" trifling away of ten minutes when you should bo at your books, ten "that only ono boy in forty of thoso who enter tho first year of high minutes a day, seventy minutes a school completes tho courso in high school, public or privnto, or goes week, an hour Is gone, sixteen hours higher;" "that of all boys twclvo to fourteen years of ago who should out of a term. It makes tho difference between scholarship and some cortainly bo in school less than CO per cent arc there." thing else. Tlmo la stolen, wasted la. From tho Sago Foundation fund's reports wo nro told that of 100 uttles, enough lost to pleco out lite I boys who enter tho first grndo only fif o enter tho fifth grade, only at tho othcr en(1 by months and years. And I want to say to you that twenty-sove- n nro left in tho eighth grade, six in tho high school nnd men on their deathbeds would glvo ono to enter college ; that only S por cent of tho males in tho nation a great deal for a littlo time. But nro fitted by dofinito educational training for their occupations or votlmo Is worth moro to you tonight The Treasures of Youth cations. than it will bo on your deathbed. Continued from page two Bowaro even of good friends who Thcso facts aro given on high authority, nnd when wo remember one who has done a great many things that are good. But starting tempt you to spend tlmo upon things that thoy apply to tho country nt largo and that Kentucky is probably which aro not work, nor study nor Out with hla unsullied, unsnolled re bolow this averngo, is it not lamcntnblo ? IF ONI.Y ONE BOY IN mars, ven good play and recreation-J- ust many a man blots, putation FOKTY COirPLETES THE HIGH SCITOOL COURSE IS IT spoils it. When a young man does trifling and idleness. treasuro Now is youth, glorious NOT VERY IMPORTANT FOR US TO GO MORE STRENU- something ho does not wish to do, lau-'" lu a" lucso uu' uul". thoughtless." say, wo "He was OUSLY AFTER THE OTHER "THIRTY AND NINE!" les and losses? It Is. Brll- When he does It a second time it bj I think nt prcsont wo, educntors nnd nil, aro following tho old trend comes startling, nnd after tho third ant nnd able young men have been y these things. Somo bellevo of looking too exclusively toward tho higher education. I think our time wo will not trust him again on was that point. And so one by ono tho EJear Allen PoottbIo a great e man, legislative bodies havo illustrated this when four years ago thoy mado had thouSb which we used to be trust- - .but ho was not points on it mandatory on every county in tho stato to build a high school within cd we are not trusted any more. Wo i advantages, genius, and friends, io two years. Thero was littlo mandatory concerning tho poor, 6mall wonder why we cannot borrow '1CCP hlraseIf out of the saloons in Baltl moro and thero ho died. Read schools scattered throughout tho counties. Thcso "thirty and nino" money, why we cannot get on In the Carlisle's essay on Burns. Thero ho world. Tho reason Is- - we have blot- poor dovils will havo littlo chnncc to get within sight of a high school ted our own reputation. And, moreover, shows tho brIght Splrlt ot Burns and m In high and ono B'ron. on nt nil, but must plod nlong ns best Jhcy may. a man sinks in his oWn eyes. When m lowly life. "Twice," says Carlls- is true tho snmo legislature allowed the fiscal court to levy n you have allowed yourself to fall It courageous i tax of 20 cents on tjio $100 for school purposes in each county. It i3 three times you are less time. Sn1 world has been taught that man may to undertako tho fourth squander his talcnu and his youth." also truo that many of tho counties levying this tax hnvo used it the robber steals your reputation. "Rejolco, O young man, in thy Is tho perception, this And hero largely in establishing a high school nt tho county scat or somo other Is youth; 'and let thy heart cheer theo 1. 1 1. . . ..A..,!. town, which is unfair to thcso "thirty and nino" who do not get to tho power of selng things, and thero ...nil. -a certain pride of Intellect that,1" l"u U"B ul thlne heart- nnd m high school. away from us. You often,1" tue wa8 ot steals it slSh- ot thine eyes: but know I DO NOT WISH TO BE UNDERSTOOD AS OPPOSING HIGH find the boy of nineteen Is not as,th t,hat ?" "IT th,t!giLGo(1 sharp, or quick to see a thing as a I AM IN FAVOR OF BOTH TO 8CH00L8 OR HIGHER EDUCATION . Thoro- ihAn " "" THE LIMIT BUT I AM COMPLAINING THAT ONLY ONE BOY IN boy of twelve. Between twelve and fore """" remove sorrow from thy heart, nineteen comes a dullness of percep- FORTY 8HOULD HAVE THE LION'S 8HARE OF THE FEAST INand put away evil from thy flesh: for tjon through neglect. TENDED FOR ALL. I THINK THIS SHOWS CLEARLY THE NEED youth and the dawn of life will pass JudgAnd thero Is the power of away." OF MORE MONEY FOR OUR 8CHOOLS, 80 THAT ALL MAY HAVE A ment so often stolen away by FAIR SHOW. We love to make a Jump at It Does Not Seem That Youth Could Ever Pass. Thoro is, I think, nnothcr mistnko thnt ought to bo corrected ns our decisions. O, I remember when years old how I was twenty-fiv- e The poet rightly cays: far as possiblo, and that relates to the pay of teachers by location or Miany a bad Judgment I made, how "Youth, and the opening rose with reference to location. Tho cities and largo towns and wealthier I uesplsed a friend of mine on the Appear like things too glorious to " v- portions of tho counties havo tho pick of tho teachers because they pay Oberlln faculty who never decided decay." they do docay and pass away higher salaries and tho environment gcnernlly 13 moro attractive. anything on the spot, but would say But Then 1 "I will reflect on tills." Thus tho back districts in tho counties (whero thero nro gcnernlly found his decisions were better than like the other scenes of life. Wo aro all started upon an endless Jourmoro children) nro compelled to get nlong with tho cheapest nnd poor- mine and after that I tried to' reflect ney, death Itself is only a way station est tenchors. These tenchcrs, ns n rule, hnvo tho minimum salaries. and make the best possible use of on that Journey, I havo seen a striktho Judgment that God had given mo. Now, I hold that thcso "thirty nnd nino" out in tho back districts for Many a time tho power ot Judg- ing plcturo representing a soul as a passenger alighting from a train good results need tho best tenchcrs or nt least as good ns tho best. ment that, the Creator gave to a at this station of death. The bagThis condition can bo met nt onco by tho county boards supple- yung man is thus lost as though It gage carrier attending the passenger him. is Father Time. "Ah," says the passmenting tho salaries of teachers in tho poor districts out of tho county had been stolen fromthrill, tho thrill enger, "now I am at my, Journcy'a Then thero is this funds. Such action would bring iinmedinto relief. WHY WAIT of tho heart. Sometimes tho poets end." "No," says Father Time, "at ONE YEAR OR TWO YEARS FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION and philosophers havo dlscubsed the this station of Death I stop, but you it was a blessing to tako a now train and go on forever." WHEN THERE IS A TEMPORARY WAY OUT OF THE DIF- question man to havo this great power of Now wo do not need to bo robbed FICULTY PENDING IMPROVEMENT IN LEGISLATION? feeling. of any of theso treasures of youth. Think of tho unlift given to tho citizens of another generation oven "The proud, tho shy, the sensitive Forewarned is forearmed. All theso Is it not littlo short of criminal to fail Earth hath not many such, by n singlo term of schooling treasures aro to be enjoyed and They dearly buy their happiness cherished, and gloriously increased to apply a remedy when it is within our power ? By feeling It too much." at each stage of our eternal Journoy. wo ennnot got funds enough for both high schools and "low" If Now this power of high emotion "Tho path of the Just Is as tho shinschools, is it not better to uso sufficient of tho county fund in this way Is robbed and stolen from us by tho ing light, that shlncth .more and than to put all or tho bulk of it in a city or town high school which robber Intoxication. Thero are falso more unto the perfect day." Youth thrills, thoro 'are inferior tremors, Is- two tilings a glorious day right tho "thirty nnd nino" can havo but littlo hopo to enter? Would not there aro unworthly excitements, now, and a sced-tlm- o for eternal theso "thirty and nino" by reason of their improved intelligence and a man In Imagination will harvests, Rejolco today, and do not the tomplo of his heart so that forget tho future. 'Mako it certain through theso better teachers in timo forco tho building of high school ho can never have that which js that the best part of youth shall bo for nil? puro. How often by a vllo word wo carried with you, and enlarged as llfo defllo the bridal wreath, how often goes on. Tho childlike heart Is for' fUli of November his hopes will not streams, and CoagrCE3 should bo willby profano Hps we destroy tho trust- ever tho best thing for tho man, ing to glvo somo attention to tho ing homo that might be; how bo qulto realized, lib campaign manoften tho woman, tho scientist, the worker, agers have fallen upon the novel thing of greatest concern. Dr. Wiley, wo seek tho inferior gratification tho Christian. Pcheino of having him mako a speech Jestingly remarked that he wished and Immediate pleasure and exciteto a phonograph and this speech Is to all tho Infectious and preventable ment "Tho pure, tho bright, tho beautithat wo know leaves a sting Coongress-me- n bo reproduced thruuul the couni'y diseases would attack only ful behind it, instead ot waiting in its wherever tho Colonel cannot go, and their families for a while. tlmo for thcso great rewarding foun- That stirred cur hearts In- youth, if this novel scheme Is as success- That, ho thought, would awaken tains or blessing that God Tho impulse to a wordless prayer, Intended ful as tho moving plcturo shows scut them to such an extent that they Tho dreams of Iovo and truth, for our souls. Robbed! out by Judgo O'Hear's campaign would bo eager to pass health legisTho longlags after highor things, Thero Is memory. O, for a memory was lation. managers last year, which It which would only plcturo to you tho The splrlt'3 yearning cry, thought would accomplish so uiucti, WATER PROOF CONCRETE Tho strivings after better hopes bright scenes at tho pubt. But tho Republican party will not comThe director of public roads of Uio memory refuses to forget tho things Thcso things can novcr die." plain. Department of Agriculture, Washing- that were unpleasant and unworthy. Tho chief glory of young days Is ton. In experimenting with concreto In their DYING TOO YOUNG "Wo aro all dying too young," deSo we find tho chief glory ct clared Dr. Haivcy W. Wlloy in an in their STORE young days aIs beautiful morning tlmo, BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE address welcoming tho delegates of' We sow In tho American Publto Health Associabut tho harvest hid in tho seed Is A COMPLETE LINE tion to Washington for their 40th more glorious than all youth's dawn. annual convention. That wo aro dyHardware, Pants, Mowing Machines, Famia ImpIeae&U, Gawkae tad In tho Now Testament we find tho ing too young and chall probably conOil Stoves, and Groceries climax: "Ho that Boweth Into his Wiley attributes tinue to do 89, Dr. reap corshall ot largely to Congress. The conservaCa" own flesh but ho tho flesh CLARKST0N GiveU ruption; that soweth unto tion of human llfo is of moro Importhe Spirit shall ot tho Spirit reap NAM STREET, Bear Bonk tance than that of forests, soils and eternal life." two-thirdty-fiv- "The Thirty and Nine;" Or, Why Stop With One? a man's picture gallory comes to bo filled with reproachful faces, with condemning figures, with scenes that ho would fain blot out and canSo not, so that memory becomes tho ."e' - -- ;f 1 1 - j"1' 'r heed-Irtsne- wh-th- 1 - de-fl- lo I - scod-sowin- g. price,RtRht j. d. Page Six. tell mOThatlhfreTa somfboay miriUng a boy that you're thinking might bo mo 7 Are you betavln' you've found me relations?" Then the angel's eyes enmd home. The time bad come. She pinioned Freckles' arms to his sides and bent above him. "How strong are you, dear heart!" the breathed. "Flow bravo are you I Can you bear ItT Dare I tell you THE CITIZEN. September 26, 1913. soul; but darling little muCher, thai fifnyTTCea To. AIT The" n1gt7 posnioS Th must tell mof Intended ToTiafd yoTfr volcb Tested, and gave your life for mine. I can always which Freckles would place her. Tbe nngei shook ber head. "That oln't tnlr. angel," said Frec- be talking ot It to you: livery day pungent Every word bo uttered was kles. "You made me lull you when it wo'll talk It over and try to under with bitterness to McLean. Tho was like tearing the heart raw from stand tho miracle or It. l'cll me, are swamp had Inst tu flavor without me breast. And you was for making nil women like Hint? Were you like Freckles, and yet as O'Moro everything heaven Just benven and me Swamp Angel? It vou were then talked McLean fervently wished that nothing else for me. If I'm so much I'm understanding why me rather fol- ho was tn tho henrt of It. , moro now than I was an hour ago, may lowed across the ocean nun went into All the tan and sunburn had been be I can be thinking of some way to tbe tire after you. In sweats washed from Freckles' face You will bo telling me?" fix things. Freckles' voice trailed off, (lis eyes of agony. It was n smooth, even bo coaxed eoftty, moving his check dropped shut nnd Ms Head rolled back white. Its brown rift showing but thatr from sheer exhaustion uXvt in tbe faintly. What the nurses and Lady "Nor gasped Freckles. "Not If against ber hair Tbo angcri'bead moved In negation. day bo Insisted on neelng Lord and O'More had done to Freckles' hair you're sure I I can't bear Itl I'll die if Freckles did a moment ot Intent thinkIjuly O'More. but tie tainted before McLean could not guess, but It was you do I" the look ot tils own far on that of the most beautiful that he bad ever day had been one unremitting ing. The PACE OCJFYRJCJfT. 1904. BY DOUBLLDAY. "Maybe I ran be guessing," he whis- another man. seen. Fine as tloss, bright in color, strain with tbe angel! Nerve tension pered. ! 00. "Will you be giving mo tbreo Tho next morning tbe nrnn of waving nnd crisp, It fell about the was drawn to tbe finest thread. It chances?" with n Heart tilled with misgivwhite face. snapped suddenly. on the "Dler ihe flamed. "Die. 'if I tell There was Just tbo faintest possible ings, undertook Insisted.Interview fears They bad got his arms Into and (Continued from lost woeka lsauo) Ills which Freckles you that I Ton sold this morning that assent. his chest covered with n finely em"Yon didn't want me to be knowing were without caue. Freckles, was broidered palo blue silk shirt, with you wonld die If you didn't know CHAPTER XXIII. me name," guessed Freckles. Mimpllclty. tbo soul ot honor mid your name, nnd If your people were soft whlto tlo nt the throat. Among TrrniB opuses. The angel's bead sprang from tbe "Have they turn telling joii what's I HEN the younger ion found honornbto. Now I've gone and found pillow and ber tear stained face flamed come to me?" he naked without even the many changes that had taken place during his absence, the fact that Frecthat iho had left London, he you n namo that stands for ages of wltb outraged Indignation. waiting for n greeting kles was most attractive and barely honor, a mother that loved you enough ran off 'and followed ber," "Why, I did. too!" sho burst out an"Yes." snld the angel's father. escaped being handsomo remained Krcc to go Into tho tiro and die for you, grily. continued the angel. "Do you think yon have tho very unnoticed by tho boas, so great kles was listening most Attentively and tho nicest kind of relatives, and "Ono gone." said Freckles calmly. worst of It clenr to your understandwas bis astonishment at seeing both now. "When iho got hero all alone and you turn round and say you'll dla over "You didn't want me to bavo relatives, ing?" cuffs turned bark and' the right arm afraid." the angel went on. "and saw that! You Just try dying, and you'll a home, and money." Under Freckles' earnest eyes tho In view. Freckles was using Ihe blm coming to her, why, iho waa 10 get a good slapt" angel. "Didn't man ot affairs answered soberly, "I "I did!" screamed tho maimed arm that heretofore he bad alTho angel stood glaring at him. I go myself, all alone. Into tbo city, and think I have. Mr. O'More." (lad iho up and married him, Just ways hidden. like anybody else would hare done. Ono second Freckles lay paralyzed and find thorn when I was afraid as death? That was the first time Freckles "Oh. Lord. sir. but I'm glad to see i Be didn't want her to travel with the dumb with astonishment Tbe next I did toot" heard his name from the Hps of an- you!" burst out Freckles, almost rolling troupo, to when they got to Chicago tbe Irish In his soul rose above every"Two gone." said Freckles. "Yon other man. One second he lay overthey thought that wonld be a good thing. A roar of laughter burst from didn't want the beatitlfulcst girl In the come, the next great tears tilled bli from tbe bed as be reached for hlra. 'ncAn dom, DEin father, don't na Do-ISO THAT'" "I'm picking the nngel's ring stone place, and they stopped, and bo hunted him. Tho terrified angel caught blm world to be telling mo" eyes, nnd he reached ut his hand that me Aunt Alice ordered. It's an If you really were endowed for a work. It was slow business, because In her arms and tried to stifle the Down went tbo angel's face, and a Then to ana-el'father understood, great musician, ncd had bo had never been taught to do a useful sound. She Implored and commanded. heavy sob shook her. Freckles' clasp and be clasped (hat hand and held it emerald Just me color. I.ord O'Moro career as a nys. Every color of the old swamp Inclinations that way, I wished to havo thing, and be didn't even know bow to The tears rolled from Freckles' eyes tightened about her shoulders, and bis In a Strong, tlrni grnsp. Is In It I asked iingel to hnvo a little you drop some of the collego work hunt work, least of nil to do It when nnd be wheezed on. When he waa face. In its conflicting emotions, waa "Terence, my boy." he said, "let me be fonnd It; so pretty soon things were too worn out to utter another sound, a study. Despite all It meant to blm to do the talking I came In here with shnmrock leaf cut on It. so every time nnd make music your chief study. I saw It I'd be thinking of love, Finally, I wanted us to tako a trip going wrong. But If bo couldn't find bis eyes laughed silently. know nt last his namo and that ho understanding that yon wanted to truth, and valor of that song the was over Europe and clear around tbe she When ho was quiet and rested the was of honornbto birth knowledge the work, the could always sing, so she my only child. I should ask mo for sang nt night, and made little things angel commenced talking to him softly. without which Itfo was an eternal dis- like, at the proper time, to regard her teaching me. Ain't that a beautiful clrclo together." ong?" "And then what?" queried Freckles, "Dear Freckles." sho was saying. grace and hurden-t- he the daytime, no didn't llko her to b ono thing that marriage. If she has found tbe man Freckles tilted about a tray of unset breathlessly. ling in public, and bo wouldn't let her 'Across your knees there Is tbe face was bammerlug In Freckles' heart and she desires to marry not as losing all "Why, then," said McLean, "you l tones that would have ransomed when be could help himself; but winter of the mother that went Into the flra beating in his brain past any attemptI have, but as mining a man I can know that my heart Is hopelessly in valuable kings. etme, II was rery cold, and Are wai for yon, and I know the name old ed expression was tbo fact that depend ra to lore as a son and to take "1 tell you I'm glad to see you, air," tho woods. I will never quit the UmRents went up, and they had and fall of honor to which you wire while be might really have been nameber business while there Is timber to to more farther out to cheaper and born. Dear heart which wilt you less, tbo angel had told blm that she charge of my affairs for her when I be said. uncle what I tried to till retire from business. Bend all of your I wanted, bnt this ain't mi him to be handle and breath In my body. 1 places; and you were coming cheaper have flrstr for loved blm. He could And no word energies toward rapid recovery, and thought if yon didn't make a profes"Me mother!" I mean, tho boy that Is lost was com with which to begin to voice the rap- from this hour understand that my mixed up in, 'anyway, and I don't think sion of music, and had any inclination Ing and they were almost distracted. Bbe lifted tbe lovely pictured face ture of bts heart over that. But If I made It clear to blm. I can be telling my way, we would daughter and my homo are yours." stretch tho partnerThen tho man wrote and told bis father and set It in tbe nook of his arm. you, air. I told blm that I would pay he regretted It if It had been a thing ship ono moro and tako you Into tho "You'ro not forgetting thli?" all about it, and his father sent the Freckles caught her band and drew done out of ber pity for bis condition only $300 for th angel's atone. I'm work with me." litter back unopened and wrote him to ber down beside him, and together or her feeling of responsibility, if It Freckles lifted his right arm.I thinking that wttn what bo has laid Arm, placing your anxious and eager Freckles lifted "Terence. I'm sorrier than have up for me, and tho bigness of things write again. Direr they gazed at tbe picture. killed him after all, tbcro was only word! to express about that" said tho eyes to McLean. "When the baby came, there was angel did for me, that aoema "Me motberl .Oh, me mother! Can one thing left to do. man of affairs. "Uut if it's up to mo that tbe "You told me once on tho trail, and mighty little left to pawn for food and you ever be forgiving mo? Ob, me "Angel," whispered Freckles with to choose whether I give all I hare tike a stingy little sum to htm. I know again when we thought I was dying, a doctor, and nothing at all for a nurse, beautiful little mother!" chanted his lips against her hair, "you haven't ' be tbtnki I ought to be giving a lot you loved me. Do ttieso things 0 an old neighbor woman went In and Freckles over and over in exalted learned, your history book very well, left In this world to a man with a more, bnt I feel ai if I Just had to bo that hand off his body or to one of the that havo come to mo mako any diftook care of the young mother and the wonder. bvlBg ,htt tone wUn money f carncil ference In any way with your feeling or you'vo forgotten." little baby. Just because she was so "Walt!" cried the angel to the mnte "Forgotten what?" sobbed tbo an- thrifts of today, with both bands and mesclf. and that is all I have saved of toward me?" orry for them. By that time they were question she could no more answer gel. me wages. I don't mind paying for "Nothing "None," said McLean. feet off tbclr souls and a rotten spot away out In the suburbs on the top than he could ask. "Walt I will write "Forgotten about tbe real kntgbt, In the core. I choose you, and It seems the muff, or tbe dressing table, or Mrs. conld mako mo lovo you more, and you floor of a little wooden bouse, among a itl" ladybird." breathed Freckles softly. that my daughter does the same. Put Duncan'a things, from this other mon- will novcr do anything that will mako ey, and later the angel can bavo every lot of factories, and It kept getting She hurried to the table, caught up "Don't you know that It anything colder, with less to eat. Then the man the nurse's pencil and on tbe back of happened that mado bU lady sorry a what Is left you of that right arm to last cent of mo grandmother's, if abe'll me lovo you less." tbo best uses you can In this world, tako got desperate, and be went out to Just It bnt Just now oh, air, can't you "Glory bo to God!" burst out real knight Just simply couldn't be re- and never again, mention or feel tbnt seo that I haro to be buying this stono Freckles. "When I'm educated enough, find something to eat; and tbo woman membering It? Angel, darting little we'll all tho angel and ber father, it Is defective as long as you lire. with what I bare in tho bank?" was desperate, too. She got up, left Swamp Angel, you bo listening to me. Good day. slrl" old woman to tako care of her baby the "In other words. Freckles." said the tho Bird Woman, you, and mo will There was one night on tbe trail, one "Ono mlnnto more." said Freckles. boss, "you don't want to buy tbe an- - go together nnd see mo houso nnd me and went Into the city to sing for some solemn, grand, white night that there bo me money. Tbo woman got so cold she ever any other like before or "lesterday tbo angel was telling mo gel'j ring with money. You want to relations and back, taking that .trip. wasn't we'll add O'Moro give for It your first awful fear ot When wo get put the baby in bed and went home. put bis arm that there was money coming to since, when the dear boss from two sources. She said that mo tho swamp. You want to pay for It to tho lumber company, and golly, sir, Then a boiler blew up In a factory about me and told me that bo loved grandmother Good hnd left mo father all of j with tho loneliness and heart hnnger but wo'll mako things burnt beside tbo llttlo bouse and set It on Are. me, but if you care, angel. If you don't 'A piece of Iron was pitched across tbo want It that way, why, I ain't remem- ber fortune nnd her bouso because sho you haro suffered there, with last land, slrl Don't do thatl Why, Mr. Mcl-cadear boss, dear father, don't little house and broke through the roof. bering that nnybodj else ever did not knew that his father would be cutting winter's freezing on tbo lino and tbls him off. and that mo undo had also summer's burning In the sun. You bo doing thatl What Is It?" It came down smash, and cut Just one In me whole life." nothing!" "Nothing, boomed Mcllttlo hand off the poor baby. It Tbo nnget lifted ber head and looked set aside for mo what would bo mo wnnt tbo prlco of that stono to bo screamed and screamed, and the Ore Into tho depths of Freckles' bonest father's Interest In his father's estate. tho fears that bavo chilled your heart Lean's deep bass; "nothing at nil!" Ho abruptly turned nway and hur"Whatever the sum Is that mo kept coming closer and closer. tho sweat and blood of your body." gray eyes, and tbey met hers uuwaver-lngl"The old woman ran out with the Freckles' faco quivered with feeling. ried to tbo window. but tbe pain In tbeni was pitiful. grandmother left mo father, because "This Is n mighty Quo view." ho Dear Mr. McLean," bo said, reach- rest of the people and saw what had "Do you mean," sbo demanded, "that sho loved him and wanted him to be I'll be taking. Twos ing up with n caress over tbo boss' said. happened. Sho knew there wasn't you don't remember that n brazen, having going to be time to wait for the fire"1'tt bo glad to seo Ireland," said forward girl told you, when you hadn't hers from her father, and sho hnd tho black hair and along his check. "Dear men or anything, and she ran into the asked her, that she" the angel choked right to be glvlng It as she chose. Any- boss, that's why I've wanted you so. Freckles, 'Jbut I ain't ever staying building. She could bear the poor on it a second, but she gave a gulp and thing from tho man that knowingly , I knew you would know. Now you long. All mo heart Is tho angel's, and little baby screaming, and she couldn't brought It out bravely "that sbo loved left me father and me mother to go will bo looking at theso? I don't want tbo Llmberlost Is calling every minute." cold and hungry and Into the Ore In emeralds, because that's what sho gavo "Mo heart's all mo Swamp Angel's, stand that, so she worked ber way up you?" to It There It was, all hurt and bleed' and mo lovo Is all hers, and I havo her "Nor thundered Freckles. "No! I misery when Just a llttlo would have mo." lng. Then she was scared almost to don't remember nnytblng of the kind." made life so beautiful to them and freckles heaped tho pearls with tho and tho swamp so confused In mo mind death over thinking what Its mother Dut alt tbe song birds of bts soul saved mo this crippled body money emeralds. Ho studied tho diamonds I never can bo separating them. When .would do to ber for going off and burst Into melody over that one little that bo willed from me wben ho knew- a long tlmo. Tho diamonds Joined tho I look at her, I seo bluo sky, tbo sun leaving It, so sbo ran to a home for clauso. "When you bndn't asked her." I was living, of bis blood and on char- emeralds and pearls. Thero was left rifting through tho leaves and pink and little friendless babies that was near "Uut you will," said tbo angel. "You Ity among strangers, I don't touch, not a llttlo red heap, and Freckles' Angers red flowers, nnd when 1 look at tha and banged on tho door. Then she bid Llmberlost I seo a pink faco with bluo may live to be an old, old man. and If 1 freeze, starve and burn tool If . touched It with n new tenderness. thero nln't enough besides that and 1 across the street until tbo baby was "I'm thinking hero's mo angel's eyes, gold hair, nnd red lips, and. It's then you will." taken In, and then sho ran back to "I will not!" cried Freckles. "How can't be earning enough to Ox things atone," he exulted. "Tho Llmberlost the truth, sir, they're mixed till they're for tbo angel" seo If ber owu bouse was burning tip. and mo with It, grew in mine, but ono to me! can you think It angel?" "Wo are not discussing money!" it's going to bloom, and ber with The factory and the little bouse and a "I'm afraid It will ho hurting some, "You won't even look as If you re-lot Df others were all gone. The peo burst In tbo man ot affaire. ,rWe don't in this! There's tho red of tho wild but I havo tho feeling tbat I can bo mcmberl" ple there told ber that the beautiful "I will notl" persisted Freckles. wnnt any blood money! Wo bavo all popples, tbo cardinal flowers and tbe making my dear peoplo understand, "mb uornsnl on, me mother I" lady came back and ran into the house "I'd rather giro It all up now and go we need without It If you don't feel llttlo bunch of crushed foxflro that we so that they will bo willing to let mo to find her baby. She bad Just gone a prescription tablet wrote, "Terence out Into eternity alone, without ever right nnd easy over It, don't you touch found wbero sbo put U to savo mo. como back home. Send Lady O'Moro In when ber husband came, and he Maxwell O'More, Dundcrry House, seeing a soul of me snmo blood or me a cent of any of It" There's tho light of tho camp fire to put theso flowers God mado In tho went In after her, and the house went County Clare, Ireland." "It's right I should havo what mo and tho sun setting over Sleepy placo of theso glasshouse tlcgancles, homo or hearing nnotber man call me down over both of them." lleforo sbo bad finished camoFrec by tbo namo I was born to tban to grandmother tntlndod for mo father, Snake creek. There's tho red ot tho anil nleaso ho ruttlnir tho utrlnir nt thlm Freckles lay rigid, with bis eyes on kles' voice, "Angel, are you hurrylng7" remember anything that would be hurt and I want it" said Freckles, "but blood wo were willing to giro for llttlo pnekago tho nngel's sent mo." tno angel's face, and she talked rapidAs Freckles held up tho package, the I'd die .before I'd touch a cent of me each. other. It's Jlko her Hps and Ilka "res," said tbe angel, "1 am. Uut lng you angel." ly to the celling. thTrops-th- at dried "on hcrTeaull lights of tho Llmberlost flashed In the here is a good deal of It 1 have to grahTJfatner's money! CHAPTER XXIV. "Then the old woman was just sick gut in yonrl.ouaoa.nd country, so that "Now," said tbe angel, "wo are all ful arm tbat first day, and I'm think emerald on his Anger. On tbo cover RI5QS A.TD A rEATIIER. about that poor llttlo baby. Bbe waa you win reel located." going home. We have dono all we can lng it must bo like tho brave, tender. was printed? 'To tho Llmberlost afraid to tell them at the home, beGuard!" Under It was a blr crisp, iriJ angel's tear stained face for Freckles. Ills people ore here. Ho clean, red heart of ber." "Mo house?" marveled Freckles-- . cause she knew sbo never should havo flashed Into dazzling beauty. Freckles lifted tbo ruby to his lips Irldesceot black feather. "Of course." said tbe angel. "Your needs to know them. They are very lift It, but she wrote a letter and sent uncle lays your grandmother left your "Oh. Freckles, forgive met" anxious to get acquainted with blm. and banded it to McLean. TUB E.tp. It to where the beautiful woman, when father her dower house and estate, "Freckles, may 1 ask you someshe cried. "I've been through Wo'll turn blm over to them and go eho waB 111, bad said her husband's because she knew his father would cut so much that I'm scarcely myself or I thing?" bo said. people lived. She told all about tho him off. You get. that, and all your wouldn't bo here bothering you when .home. When be Is well, why, then be Freckles. said "Why, sure." Allowing Tomato to Run. tv 11 be perfectly free to go to Ireland little baby that she could remember; sbaro of your grandfather's property you sbould bo sleeping. Ot course you or como to you would be asking It Is beat to allow late tomato vines tbe Llmberlost, Just as be "There's nothing when It was born, how It was named besides. It is all act off for you and couldn't. You're too good a knight to chooses. We will go right away." bo giving ma Joy to to He on the ground and spread at that It wouldn't for the man's elder brother, that Its waiting. Lord O'More told me so. 1 remember n thing like that Or course be telling you." will, claims one raiser. Each plant McLean bore It for a week, and then band bad been cut off In the fire, and suspect you are richer than McLean. you are! And wben you don't rememMcLean's eye traveled to Freckles' thus allowed freedom to vine will he could stnnd It no longer. Communnvbere she had put It to be doctored ber, why, then It's tbo snmo as If It right arm, with which bo was pushing cover many square feet ot soil, but It Freckles." ing with himself In the long, sonndful and taken care off. She told them that She closed bis fingers over the slip never happened. Ob. Freckles, I'm so nights of the swamp, ho had learned tbe Jewels about will bear more fruit of better Aavor Its mother and father were both burn- and straightened his hair. glad! I'm so happy! It's dear of you "Ob, cried Freckles with a than tomato vines trained to stakes. to bis astonishment that for tbo last merry thatl" ed, and she begged and Implored them laugh. You'ro wanting to "Now you are all right, dear Llm- - to not remember, Freckles; perfectly Tbe branches ot tho vines on tbo year bis heart bad been circling; tbe to come and get It know where all the bitterness Is gone? ground take root at many points for bcrlost guard," she said. "You go to dear! It's no wonder I love you so. Llmberlost with Freckles. ""You think It would have melted a sleep and 1 Well, sir, 'twas carried from me soul, supplying greater amount ot nourish don't think of a thing but Tbe wonder would be If I did not Ho started for Chicago, loaded with heart and body on tbe Hps ot an anheart of Ice, but that old man hadn't Just puro Joy, Joy, Joy! I'll keep your sbould like to know how I'm ever goment. Tbe greater amount ot follago any heart to melt for he got that let- people until you wake up." ing to make you understand bow much a big box ot goldenrod, asters, fringed gel. Seems that hurt was necessary a tomato plant bears, the more fruit geutians and crimson leaves that tbo in tbo beginning to make today come 11 o hid It away ter and read It Freckles caugbt ber a Wirt da she 1 lore youT' it is able to produce. Tomatoes ripen among his papers and never told a turned from blm. 1'lllow and all, sbo caugbt blm to angel had carefully gathered for true. Tho wound had always been ing In tho shade ot foliage are ot aa Freckles' room, and a little, long raw, but tho angel was healing out, . .A few months ago hedled. It good color and flavor as those ripen "I'll go to sleep in Ave minutes," be ber breast and then she was gone. iWhen bis elder sou went to settle up said. "If you will be doing just ono Freckles lay dazed wltb astonish- slender package. Ho would not ad- she doesn't care, I don't ' May I bo lng in the sun. even to himself, but bo was his business be found that letter al- thing more asking you a question? Well, then, If your ment At last his batting eyes rolled mit It to remain longer away for ma Send from tbls accident and all that's come to me most the first thing, lie dropped father. Ob. angol, send for him about tbo room, searching for someUse of Spreader Best. for everything, and came, with his wife, quick!" thing approaching tbe numan to Freckles and leavo blm to tbe care slnco bad never happened, what was Tho piling ot manure In smalt lota of Lord O'More. to bunt that baby, because be had it you meant to do with me?" aa It la hauled aAeld may have some Ono Instant tbe angel stood looking which be could appeal, and. Calling on In a few minutes' talk, Mcalways loved his brother dearly, and down on "Why, Freckles," answered McLean, points In Its favor, but from the him. Tbe next n crimson bts mother's portrait, he set, It up be- Lean waited admission to wblle back, lie bad bunted for wanted blm Freckles' "I figured on taking you to Orand standpoint ot realizing the largest wave darkly stained ber lovely face. fore htm. room, lordship had genially chathim all be dared all these years, and Itaplds and putting you in tho care of possible good from tbo fertilizing eleIler chin began a spasmodic quivering "For the lovo of life! Me little ted of his when ho got here you were gone I Freckles' rapid recovery, of bis my mother. I had an Idea It would bo ments contained It is plainly a poorer and tears sprang Into her eyes, tier mother," be panted, "did you bear delight mean the baby was gone and 1 bad that be was unspotted by his best to get a private tutor to coach method tban scattering from th that? Did you bear It? Tell me, am to tell you. Freckles, for you see it bands caugbt at bor chest as it sbo 1 living or am I dead and all heaven early surroundings and bis desire to you for a year or two, until you wero spreader. were stifling. Freckles' grasp on ber might bare happened to you like that tightened come true tbts minute? Did you bear visit tbe Llmberlost wltb Freckles be- fit to enter Ann Arbor or tbo Chicago Handled in this way, the soluble drew ber up to Just at easy as to that other lost then down until be him. no slipped and it? You are only a pictured face, and fore they sailed, tlo said they were university in good abapo. Then I portion ot tbo fertilizers that tho mabeside his boy." to do all (hey could to help thought we'd finish In this country at nure contains soak of course you can't talk, but the soul anxious at once Into arm about Freckles reached up and turned the bis pillow. her and drew ber face to ot you must be somewhere, and sore- bind Freckles' arrangements with tbo Yale or Harvard, and end with Oxford, soil, while It the manure Is put tha In angel, as both be and Lady O'More to get a good all round flavor." angel's face until ho compelled her piles there Is a loss by chemical Don't angel; for tbe love of mercy ly In this hour you are near enough eyes to meet his. me, did you bear regarded her as (he most promising "Is tbat all?" asked Freckles. to be bearing. Tell changes and tbe escape ot gases. "Angel," said Freckle at last, don't be doing that," be Implored. "I KltL.tbiartnewjndoqelhat could be 'JNoMhat's leaving the music out . I Tell me. Yea Ml -- I can't ever tie telling a living catching. ber wrist "are yog trying to enn'i J&.bearUig FRECKLES By lPirtteir s, m y - s sov-trn- i. J I ittbat it nr it o It September 26, 1912. gOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOgi THE CITIZEN inn oniriEntnu, x o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Page Seven Farm FRUIT TREE INTENSIVE FARMING Conducted by Frank Montgomery, M. S., Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator and Garden ENEMY. Tlio eonklng rains that fell tho tho first of tho week have put ground In good condition for fall Called Pear Thrlps, but May Feed or seeding. This Is aJ unusually good Work on Other Plants. tlmo to bow lyc, and thcro should A recent aurpti.'io to entomologist I.i bo a largo crop put In this fall. If tlio finding of pear thrlps In New York you had a field of oats this summer stnte, says n bulletin or tlio slnto nnd did not sow It to grass or clover experiment Motion. Thin Ina last spring, or If your seed did not sect linn been present In Cnllfornln In 8' grow and you Intend to seed It to destructive number for several yenrs, was unidentified In tlio cant until o grass this fall, why not ralso a good but It o crop of ryo whllo tho grass is gettlio nprltie of 1011. o o ting a start? In 1010, when tlio Ion from tlio o thrlps wns Krentcst, penr growers In o Ilyo is tho hardiest of nit grain o crops. tlio region nliout (Jerninntowii, N. V., It will grow well on land that o found their Klrffer crops reduced from o Is too poor to ralso corn profitably o to or oven moro. o nnd lends to lmprovo tho land rather Tlio tiinturo thrlps li n very mlnuto o o than Impoverish It as corn doos. jf insect, only ono twentleth of nn Inch o a field Is planted to corn two or long. It Is dnrk brown In color, apo o moro years In succession tho ground pearing nlmcut blnck on cnsunl vlow, o find bears four peculiar long, nnrrow, o lies bare during tho winter, Is exfenthcry wings, which gavo tlio thrlps OOOOOOOOOOOO 00000000000000 posed to tho hard beating rains and Tlio Itn old nnine, "frlngo wlngs." Is much moro liable, to wirsh than TAMING UNRULY wings nro simple, nnd each consists BULLS. On If covered by a growing crop. merely of n slnglo strong rib bordered tho other lih'nd a good stand of ryo long hnlin. by closely set Two Mtthods of Repressing Their fills tho soil with fibrous roots that Tlicso ndults como from resting cells Suptrabundant Energy. prevent washing and tho growth In tlio soil, whero they havo spent tlio Wo supposo every ono has n reclpo and winter. Tbo dnte of emergence vnrlcs for tho treatment of these very trou- - aliovo ground holds tlio snow .with tlio season, but Is nppnrcntly blcsomo fellows, but It will do no hurt protects tho soil from winter cxpos-urtimed to precedo by n fow days tho to say something from our standpoint, welling nnd oMnhig of tho penr buds. Thcro nro several ways In which snys Hoard's Dairyman. "While commonly cnllcd "penr" thrlps, In tho first place, bulls get unruly a ryo crop mny bo used profitably: this pc't mny feed or work on quite a A number of our farmcrB find that rnngo of plnnts. .It wns found In New largely becnuso of tho superabundant York during mil on npple, apricot, energy that Is wrapped up In them. ryo makes good hay, nnd they nro cherry, peach, plum nnd qulneo ns well They ought to bo mndo to work every rnlslng somo every year for that ns on penr, nnd hi Cnllfornln It also day on n trend power or In some other purpose. When used for hay It should attacks ntmond, fie. grape nnd English way and get real tired. That will do bo cut when In bloom, for at tills wnlnuL If It lecnmes established In mora to repress their "mnscullno rago" tlmo a largo part of the substance of tho enst It mny hnro to te fought on than anything wo know of. tho inatiiro plant Is already in tlio tho nloTo fruits nnd probably others. II Second, If n young bull gets tho no- stem, but It has not yet become stiff Cfin As n sucking Inncct tho thrlps tion In his bend that ho Is boss take not iw reached by Internal poisons, but him out on tho meadow or whero tho and brittle, and tho beards nro still must U) destroyed by contact Insecti- snow Is deep enough to tnnko a fnlr soft and harmless. If It Is left till rlpo tho grain cides. It Is not difficult to kill If reach-Oi- cushion and throw him with a doublo ns the spraying experiments of Innn n ttwtr l nmn rTfint will nnfr tnnrn makes excellent feed for stock nnd penso of his Inferiority In tho hands tho straw still has some feed vnlu, of mnn Into Ills thick bend thnn any-- ! but It can bo used to better ndvant- tlilng wo ever tried. Tho doublo loop ngo to thatch hay or oats stacks. In Is mndo In tho following manner: many places tho grain ls flailed out Tako n half Inch rope, Bay, twenty nnd tho straw kept straight for uso feet long. Pass ono end through tho In tying corn foJdcr Into bundles. noso ring, leaving nbot six feet In If ryo Is plowed under In tho latfront, IheHco up between tlio horns. Then pass the roio n round tho body ter part of April It 13 nearly as good Just back "of tho fore legs nnd mako n ns a light coat of stable manure to half hitch nt tho backbone, thonco enrich the ground for n crop of corn, bnck to the hips, making another turn sorghum or cow peas, nnd pays many around tho body Just In front of tho times over for the seed and tlmo It o bind legs with a half bitch at tho takes to put It In. It Is not best and carry out tho ropo over tho to let It grow tos large before plowtall six or eight feet In tho rear, ing under, for It takes a great deal i Let two men tnko hold of tho end In and two moro on tho ropo In tho of molsturo from tho ground, and, If front the rear and give n. stout pull together, dry weather comes In May, when down goes Mr. Hull as If bo was j ground may bo too dry to. start shot. Hold blm down by tho bead n itho spring crop. It should not bo momenta and. let him up. I.lkely lowed to grow moro thnn three feet enough bo will mnko a lungo at tho high beforo plowing under. men In front, but another slow pull Ilyo being euch a hardy plant, It brings him to his side with a bang. grow slowly most of the winter Throw him two or threo times In this will way, and It will take tho conceit out In this climate, and affords a largo You have not amount of late fall and early spring of blm wonderfully. struck him nor hurt him nor ls his nn-g- Iiasture. Everybody who keeps milk ncri-culturone-thirnine-tenth- s ono-thlr- d oho-hnlo. ! l, back-bonw Bows that are to produco fall litters should bo bred In Mny If posslhlo. Tills will bring tlio pigs In Heptemher and In tlmo for them to get n good start cold weather. Keep n good brood sow as long as alio will produco satisfactory litters. Tho pigs from mature sows will avcrngo moro weight at six months old, everything equal, than thoso from very young sows. Ito sure tho hogs, old nnd young, linvo plenty of pure, fresh water to drink. Comparatively fow pcoplo rcnllzo tho Importance of drinking wntcr for bogs. (Jo slow with corn to tho brood sows nnd young pigs. Do not nllow too many pigs to run together. Unless tho rnngo Is largo each litter should linvo Its own pasture. l'ork costs only to f as much when pan til res nro used ns when concentrated feeds alono nro used. o BE RE A Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE QF THE MOUNTAINS Talent? Hat Rye; Some of Its Uses and How to Raise It cow Is sorry when pneturo dies down In tho fait nnd glad when It com is again In tho latter part of April. Ilyo What Are Your enables us to bridge over about two months of this period of winter feed What Are Your Aim.? ing, for it ryo gets a good start in tho fatl it will afford pasturo clear Berea the Training That U Beit For YOU. up to Christmas and again In tho Are you sot far adranotd? Than tnter the spring by tho tnlddl of March. FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thoa. A. Kdwarda, Suparlntsndtnt. Here 701 Tbo old saying, "A good beginning Is half tho battlo" ls Just as truo in will be placod with others like yourself, undar a special teaehar, and make farming as anything else and most rapid progress. You will matter Arlthmetla and the commoa raising ryo ls no exception. It you branches and be ready to uie them. You will have singing, drawing, farm and household management, and tree One yau ia the 7eu havo oats, millet or cowpea ground datlon School eosta lass than $90 and is worth 11,000. put In ryo it should bo plowed up to Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then join the ' deep with tho breaking plow nnd NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here yea .will be M each day's plowing harrowed down trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught hew M smooth beford you lcavo tho field. ttioh. The demand tor Oerea trafned teachers far exceeds the supply,. For by harrowing right niter plowAre you Interested in earning money? ing you can pulverlzo the ground THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Milts K. Marsh, Dean. much easier, and tho smooth pulverMountain Agriculture. Home Science. ized soli holds molsturo far 'better Woodwork and Carpentry. Nuralng. than It It Is left rough and lumpy for Printing and Builneia Course, Eto. eoyeral daya. Here you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy acta! Just beforo sowing tho seed tho things in a superior manner. disk or other harrow should bo run Are you desiring the next best thing to a College Course? Thon take ovor the ground and If you havd a two years or three years In the grain drill tho harrow should bo folGENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Mathany, Daan. TV lowed by tho drag or roller. About years, or three years, In such practical studies as will fit you for ah honor n bushel and a halt of seed should be able and useful life. You select your studies from such as these) Phya sowed with the drill, and a bushel ology the science ot health; Civics the science of governments Qramma the art of correct speech and Ethics the science of right and three pocka or two bushels broadand wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general intelligence! cast and harrowed In, bocauso many Botany necessary tor the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physio seed will not bo covered with tho the science ot machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., eto. text-bookBook-Bindinletter-writin- corn ground, ono must bo guided largely by tho condition of the ground. If It Is mellow and freo from weeds, run thru with tho harrow to break down corn stubblo and smooth tho ground, then follow with the drill. If tho ground is hard, go over It with tho disk harrow or cultivator to loosen up tho ground, then drill, or broadcast and harrow in. If you uso the cultivator and grain drill, tho ground should bo harrowed down beforo drilling. Somo times corn i3 ltle, and, in order to get a good growth of rye for late fall and early spring iiasture, one can sow rye early In September between tho corn rows either with a drill or broadcast nnd cover with a doublo shovel cultivator. Somo men hitch a horso to a mowing machine wheel and drag thl3 thru after the culti vator to smooth tho ground. This ls a good practlco. Ilyo ls an excellent crop to bow grass and clover ceed with, especially It the clover Is sown late la February to bo covered by early spring freezing and thawing. Of course ltjcould not bo used for pasturo If grass and clover are sown, pb,lt 03,1 usua,ly bo Bown safeIjr a3 r !lato 03 tho mlm ot 0ctober Is to bo sown In ono-hor- harrow. If tho seed Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start In the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COUR8ES, Franels E. Mathenfl Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. The s Academy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a Urge bodf class-room- et etudenU of high character and ability, able Instructors, lege library and apparatus. a&4 use et Oel Berea College REV. CHAS. F. HUBBARD, D. D., Dean Tlio College itself stnmls nnnrt from all the other schools undor its management and tins long maintained tho highest standards known In the South. To conform to tho Cnrneglo standards wo linvo diminished our for-mrequirements! Kequirert nntl elective studies with opportunity to concentrate in particular lines. Largest collego library in Kentucky. Laboratories equipped for student practice. Courses leading to tlio degrees of A. I)., 11. S., 11. L., nnd II. l'ed. ""MUOIO "(Singing Free). Reed Organ. Voice Culture, Piano, Theory Band, may be taken for special fees in oonneotlon with work ia anr el (ka above lohool. er Questions Answered Students. Berea College, with Its affiliate' Institution. It requires certain fees, bug It expends many thousand! ot dollars caoh year for the benefit of Ks jiving highest advantages ut lowest coat, and arranglngfor student to earn and save la every way. OUR SCHOOL IB LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the charaoter and reputation ot the yonng people. vOur students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and ImpVove. For any who ma be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parent In Berea lira in College buildings, ana assist in work ot boarding ball, farm and ahops, receiving valuable tralav lng, and getting pay eccerfllng to the value of their labor. Except in win-t-ar tt is expected that all will have a ehanoe to earn a part et their pauses. Write to the fleoratary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, becks, eto, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is the bast, but as students must attend classes regardless ot the weather, warn wraps and vnderolo'thlng, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary, The tlve (tore tarnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, arabrellaa aa4 ether necessary artloles at cost. LIVINQ EXPENSES are really below ooit The Odllege asks no reel tor the fine buildings In which students live, oharglng only enough reoss rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing ot bedding aa4 towels. For table board, without coffee or extras. $1.85 a week, in the falL and 11.10 In winter. Tor furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of be ding. 40 to CO oents for each person. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee tar SCHOOL FEE8 are two. return of room key, library books, eto. This ls paid but ono. aad ls return, when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for cart of school tralleV logs, hospital, library, eta (Students pay nothing for tuition or .serYloes of teachers all our instruction la a tree gift). The Incidental Fee tor vest students Is 16.00 a term. 18.00 la Academy and Normal, ana ITJO la Oeu glat courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE. Incidental fee aad the term, board by the halt term. Installments are as followsi area, Friend of Working echooli, la not a money-making eta-dentCe-ot- 1 - 13 ,ur''030- - a i nroused. Ho ls simply nonplused nnd completely bent nt your power over blm. BUSINESS ' . IS GOOD. , ... I I ... Photograph by New York atats agrlcul. HUkl'ILIUS UUlia DUU tural eifcrlment station. decent by an occasional cx.es- - doublo loop. xiErrm i'fau m.ossou and TKHS I.S'JUIIKD II V TUMI'S. I..n. niiltn unu AC'b dose of tho uur Danfltri In Foot Wounda. 1011 proved that It would be destroyed Cleanliness Is tho keynote to successby n good wetting with any of tho umhI. Tho difficulty Is, how- ful treatment of nny wound of a ever, that the adults very soon get Into liorso's body, but especially of the foot, tho bud, where spray mixtures can- writes L. M. Hurt In Country Gentlenot reach them directly. Karly recog- man. After It hns been opened nndnition of their presenco and prompt, explored absolute clenullness U requlruntil lu'iillni? tins nroirrpHsed to tho thorough, quickly repeated applica- I point where tho nnluinl mny bo shod. tions nro necessary for success. ' The nicotine preparations nro very This Is nccompllshed by tbo applica effective, especially when combined tion of antiseptic pucks to tho foot, with nn oil emulsion which has a pen- held in pluco by bandages and covered with duck or Backing to protect from etrating quality. In spraying two objects should bo wear. The wluilo dressing should bo kept lu mind first, to kill tho winged kept wet with nntlscptlc for several thrlps working In and about expan- days, a 1 to 500 solution of corrosive subllninto or n 2 per cent solution of ding buds nnd blossom clusters to Injury to tho tender flower nnd a coal tar dlslnfectnnt or lysol being leaf pnrts and, second, to destroy tho splendid agents to uso. Tbo bedding larvno after pctnls drop to rcduco tho should bo kept ns clean ns possible. number of Insects which will mature Tho frequeucy with which tho dressing must bo changed depends upon tbo In tho ground. wound. When tho wound Is entirely clean Value In Straw Stacks. Many farm leases this year contain a and ready to bo covered with horn now and wlso provision stipulating that put tho pack upon tho foot dry over straw must cither bo converted Into night and in the morning place a dry dressing of boric ncld or iodoform upon mnnuro on tho premises or Its equivalent la mnnuro returned by thoso carry- tho wound, covering with bandages ing It away. City dealers who have and protective wrappings as beforo. gono to tho country recently to con- In two or threo days, if no moro pus tract straw have met with flat refusals. appears to soil tho cotton over tho 'Whero straw has been sold to neigh- wound, It may bo regarded as safe to bors tho return of nianuro has been shoe tho animal, using a protectivo r, demanded. Tho average farm owner pad of leather or tin. Do not, take any chances with foot even when a nonresident Is learning wounds. If at any tlmo the patient that soil depletion Is poor policy. shows extreme pain, uneasiness and, llreedcr'i Gazette fever, loss of appetite, etc., removo tho dressing nnd thoroughly clcanso Sometimes & and redress tho wound. 4i In spring tho farmer ls down ' only a very small amount of pus will and out down In tho furrow, out bo found, but this, bclng.nnablo to esIn tho field. cape, commences tbo deadly blood poisoning. pro-fcrebow-ove- PAI.I, TKRM VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION tCIIOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL Incidental Fee COLLSOS . Koom Doard, 7 weeka , Hoard 7 weeks, due Oct. jo, 1912 t j.6o 9 45 S oo t 600 7.00 t 945 .45 9 45 945 5.4S 9 45 7.00 Amount due Sept. II. IJIJ Totat for term ... , f'ooi t") 94) 50 If pulil in ailrnnce Incidental Fee Room Iloard, 6 wceka . S2U.00 WINTltR TKRM f 5 00 . . Iti.oo S3 Leo $ saa.40 7- - lj.oo 17.00 9.00 fi.oo 9.00 6.00 7.10 9 00 9.00 Amount due January 1, 1913 . . , . Iloard for 6 weeki, due Feb..i, 191 Ijo.cc 9.00 ltj JO 9.00 Total for term JJ9.00 If paid In adrance , . , . S2H.SO SrRINC TKRM Incidental Fee I 5 00 Board, Room . 130.70 3l- S3 1.70 lu.ao I 7 j weeka . 4.00 6.73 t 6.00 500 1 00 75 500 HJ-7- Amount due March 16, 1913 . , . Board 3 weeka, due Apr. 30, 1913 , Total for term If paid lu adTanc . . , 75 i" so- sl'oo fll.oo ia.00 6.00 9.00 6.00 ,.og 10 SS0.0O 5 SO Special 1ST Expenses Business. Ju 00 14.00 jgisry . Drondtrup In San Francisco Pott COAL TAR FOR INSIDE OF SILO Qatt Ganarally Uoed for Putntluir InBld ot Has Haccptuclts, Especially ot Stmvos. Coal tar ls quite generally usod for painting the inside ot silos, especially where they are mado of staves. It not only acts as a preservative, but it is quite helpful in closing up the malt cracks and excluding the air. It it usually applied while hot The hoftw the laxJfllbjmoiestwJll of water, says the professor of entomology at the Kansas Agricultural Mtlon Bugs, To got rid of tho melon aphis, the llttlo bug Hint spoils your crops, spray tbo vines with a mixture of olght pounds of whale oil or laundry soap to fifty gallons of wator or ono part "black leaf 40," a tobacco concoction, to 1,000 parts ot water to which whale oil or laundry soap has been added at tho rnto of four pounds to fifty gallons capacity for about Tha Cost of Silos. As compared with Its producing value tho cost of constructing tbo olio is mall. Hound woodeu silos cost from (1.00 to $3 per ton of capacity; thoso of stone, brick or cement from $2 to fl. It has been shown by actual experiment in Minnesota that working In tho purchaso of materials, etc. a number of farmers In a locality may erect on each of their farms a stave silo of 140 to ISO tons $2T5. penetrated TFe "usuiT practlcdls,""to heat the coal tar in a kettle. Care should be taken to keep It some distance from the building, as th tar, Ignited, makes a dangerous fire. Hot coal tar gives off fumes that will ignite when exposed to a flame. Therefore, whllo applying the tar to the Inside of silo one should, by all means, dispense with smoking. A very good plan is to have a fire for heating the coal tar some dtatanoo from the building, and thon apply it to the inside of the silo with a broom. This can be done while the silo is being filled. , Some mafco it a practloe to paint the inside ot the silo every year at filling time. Stenography and Typewriting Ilookkccplng (regular courac) Uookkeeplng (brief course) Iluslnna course studies for students in omer aepartmeuts: bicnogianny Typewriting, with one hour's use of instrument . Commercial Law, Commercial Geography, Commercial Arithmetic or renraausnip, eacn lu uo case will special Business Fees eacee -t Fall H'intir String f 10.00 00 5.00 Moo Tctli 7.00 10 4 00 18.09 jo 17.00 7.00 a. 10 115.00 500 1.50 S 00 .... .... per term. 5 4 TOUIlir man or vouncr woman pan rrk an nrfunntlnii nt there ls tho will to do so. It ls a exeat advantaco to start in the fall and liavo n. full roar of continuous study. Many young pooplo wasto time in the public schools golup over and ovor the same IhingH, when tbey might be improving much faster by oomlntr to Here and startlncr In on now studies with some of the beat young men and women from other counties end statoa. Applicants must bring or send n tostiinonlal showing that they are above 15 years old, in good health, and of good character. Tills may be signed by somo former lloroa student or somo reliable teacher or neighbor. Thq use of tobaoco is strictly forbidden. nurry run xerm uegan ueptomber n. Kor information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, able-bodied Berea Any Hurry! Fall Term Began Sept. 11th If D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Page Eight. B. Creech THE CITIZEN. and wife of Stanton, Ky., were hero last week visiting relanf tives. Tho Teachers association' .Educational Division No. 4 of Owsley County will conveno at Pleasnrtt" I Grove, Oct. 12th. S. A. Caudill was elected president of tho association and Elizabeth Scovlll, Secretary. 'There will bo a nice program and I September known nt Saving Branch attended. fodder Is the leading-- occupation now nnd many of tho schools havo dropped oft In attendance on account Tho largest crowd ever GraBsy f 26, 191a. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else cnettondac pabllihH inleii ll sot (or patllcitiOB, bit i II B. urday. All report a tine tlmcr-- D. reIs having his dwelling paired. J. S. Burns Is doing the repairing. Etta Gabbcrd Is planning to attend Collegb at Berea this winter. Gabbard KVKIIKOI.K Ud TtJt Is (all ty tic writr. e( rood Uilh. Writ lie Hire plainly. basket dinner. ing friends and relatives here, Oils week, Born to tho wife of Bodo bo signed. Sandlln, a fine girl. Her name Is supplies should always Occasionally they are not and, whon Vlrgle. Regular church meeting time many letters are opened together, at Anglln Church next Saturday and these clips nro apt to bo misplaced Sunday. Rev. J. P. Mctcalf Is moderthe and, tlio correspondent's namo be- ator. Cradle Bow school and matcn, ing unknown, tho supplies can not Clark school had n spelling bo sent. Somo one asked for moro yesterday, at tho Cradio Bow school. paper last week and failed to get Tho Clark school canio out winner. Oma and Isaac Burch hnvo be?u It for this reason. visiting their grandfather, Mr. Say-lo- r, JACKSON COUNTY this wesk. Adeline Burch is ORATUAffK staying with her sister, Mrs. Rhoda haulEdwards, nt Gray Hawk, this week Gray Hawk? Sept. ing and tlo making Is the go now. Wnlter Sestor of near Hnrlantown Is up attending V. A. Ilontcr has been working school at the mouth of n big boundary of his timber Into Anglln this fall. a full staves this week. Ho runs ROCKCASTLE COUNTY crew of hands at one dollar per day. flit LAN DO Rev. Jno. AnderLast Sunday, tho Sept. 24. Miss Mattio Orlando, preached son, of Maryvllle, Tcnn., Gray at the Methodist church at Rev. Hawk to a largo crowd. Tho Harvo Johnson Is preacher for the Burning Springs circuit this year. Tho Rev. W. A. Worthington preached at Gray Hawk last Sunday. His subject was Paul's Vlclon. Ho brought to bear many things that we could do It wo had tho vision of things. W. H. Englo has cut the price cn most all hl3 shoes 15 cents on the dollar. UCBLKI Hurley, Sept, 1C. Most everybody In this community Is foddering. There was a nice rain here, Friday, Several which was badly needed. from this place attended church at d Bills Branch, Sunday. Leonard 23,-S- tavo Gab-bar- NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS Tho yellow Blips calling for moro STUItOKON. Sturgeon, Sept, 23. Born to tho wlfo of It. C. Siience, a flno boy.- -John Smith who has been feeble so long Is Blowly improving. Tho Roosevelt Club which was organized on Sept. Hlh met, Saturday night, tho 21st, with an Increased attendance and with several tew Joiners. A very Interesting program was rendered. This club meeis every Saturday night and tho next meeting wo will, have buttons and literature to distribute among our members representing this organization L. B. Brewer of this place attended' tho I!oon-vlll- o Missionary Baptist Association, which convened whh tho Fountain Head church cn Indian "has bean very busy employing hands to help take care of hla tobacco crop. Mclvin Price has been Creek.-'Xc-Hug- hes Sept, 18. Tho Teachers association of Division No. 1, Owsley County schools, will bo held at Midway school, mouth of Cow Creek, tho flrBt Saturday In October. Tho following program has been nrranged and all teachers aro expected to respond. Rev. John Devotional Exercises Mason. Rev. John Address Wclcomo Mnuon. Lack of Equipment S. C. Cornctt. RccttallonVlllo Moore. Parent's Duty to School Raymond Davidson. Recitation Robl. Campbell. Facing Our Record Chas. Scale. Essay Ida Everscle. Recitation Charlena TrcndwBy Recitation Edward Roso. Selected Colo Gilbert Reading Bcsslo Evcrsole. Recitation Breck Rose. Recitation Lllltc Reynolds. Improvement Prof. Mor- School Kvcrsole, It. Tho new compulsory school law Is good, but If tho ago llmlti had been 10or 18 years Instead fof 12, It would havo been much better. school nt Cow Presbyterian Tho Creek has oiencd with a good attendance. Tho school has been organized only three years, but surprisingly good results havo already been accomplished. Two good buildings, a class room and dormitory, havo been erected. HARLAN COUNTY MAItl.A.V a Harlan County Is experiencing very genuine "boom" from tho Incoming of tho railroad and tho development of tho cool mines. Thus far thcao new enterprises havo brought less evils with them than Is sometimes tho case. There has not been any great. Influx of foreign laborers and tho county Is pretty sturdily maintaining Its "dry" attitudo In tho matter of temiwrance. Hnrlan-tw- n In has doubled In population two years and has no saloons. Tho business of tho town, nlso, is developing in a wny to distribute prosperity pretty widely among all tho Inhabitants. Several Uorca students aro prominent In tho progress of the county. Of course Prof. Elijah F. DlzneyJ at tho head of tho Public Schools n Harlan, Is a flguro of capital Every Harlan County resident Is proud of him and his reputation extends throughout tho state. tlw Mr. A. M. Clark In cashier of People's Bank and Mr. Oscar Clark U editing the Harlan Enterprise. ladles of Bluo Lick Sunday School will glvo a plo supper nt tho Bluo Lick church, Saturday night, Sept. special 28th. There wltl bo somo music and readings. A great tlmo Is expected. Everybody Invited. Admission free, tho proceeds will bo used for a Christmas tree. Wlllard Bcngo has fever Wm. Plgg returned home, Tuesday, from n week's visit with friends In McKeo. Alford Johnson left, Sunday, to Join his family tn Clermont, Ind. They expect to mako It their futuro home. JMIss Kfflo Blckneil left, Saturday, for an extended visit with relatives In Detroit, Mich. J. A. Bengo returned home, Thursday, from a thrco weeks vacation In Ohio. Tho Mlascs Eth-.-- l nnd Leah Flanery of Kingston wero guPeu of 8ulo Flanery, Saturday and Sunday. Pleasant Evans has been In Jackson nnd Owsley counties buying cattlo for tho past ten days. Rev. Jas, Lunsford closed a very Interesting meeting at tho Moto school hous?, Sunday night, which had been In progress for tho past wock. The Heroine of the Forest fct attended the association Clover Bottom, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Riley C.abbard are visiting at Indian Creek, this week. School and Sunday School are progressing nicely. Noxt Saturday and Sunday are legular church days. Mr. and Mra. L. Morris and family, who have been visiting friends here for some time, returned to their home In Clay CounRoberts ty, last weok. Miss Lucy who has been sick for some tlrao is improving fast. SANDOAT. recent Sand Gap, Sept, 21. The rains were very badly needed, ns tho streams and all water supplies wcro falling short. People are beginning to savo fodder and cut corn. M.r. the and Mrs. E. E. Durham gave young folks an applo cutting, Thursday night, and all report a fine time. Mrs. Millard Clemmons is very ill and Is attended by Dr. Hayes. The Infant of Mr. and Mrs. K. Huff, who arc visiting here from Hamilton, O., has been seriously ill, but is rapidly Impr6vlng. Tho remains of John Huff, who was run over and killed by a train at Seven Miles, O., on the 31st of Aug., were brought here and burled In tho Durham burial ground, tho 3rd Inst. Mr. Huff was formerly a citizen of this county, a second child of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Huff of this place, and brother of "William and Thomas Huff of Berea. Ho leaves a wife and two small chil- dren. The grief stricken family and relatives have tho profound sympathy of the entiro community. Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson, the 17th Inst., a boy. Mrs. C. Kerby of Bennett, Colo., who is having an extended visit with relatives at this place, will soon leave for her home. Her many friends will bo sorry for her to go. The Needmoro association convened at Clover Bottom the latter part of last week, and Is reported to be the finest held in the county for many years. A nice substantial rock sttnd was artistically prepared for those who conducted outsldo services and plenty of nice seatc were prepared of poles and placed in order. Revs. Cazious Luns-forWm. Powell and Richardson conducted outaldo Eervlces, and Revs. Humphrey Joncc, of Berea, a leading minister of Madison County and Samuel Bryant of Mote conducted Inside services. Night sessions were held at all surrounding churches. Married recently, at the home f Sherman Clemmons, James Alum-baug- h to tho widow Lamb. Married the nth Inst., Dock Lunsford and Miss Olga Reece, Both of this placo. Their many friends wish them a happy and prosperous life. Jesso Durham accompanied by his cousins, Molllo and Flora, and his slstera, Florence and Maggie drove down to Birch Lick, Sunday week, to attend a funeral meeting Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Durham aro planning to attend the association at Wind Cave next d, This Celebrated Novel, Talked of the Country Over Because of Its Charming Romance and Stirring Action, Will Be Printed in This Paper buying up a drovo of hogs the past gan. Primary Methods Fanny Glass. W. W. WllEon and family week. Recitation Bessie Trendwny. of Travelers Rest visited his father-in-laRecitationTaylor Reynolds. V. S. Brewer, Sunday. Mm. Selected Mary Eversole. Clontz and Daniel Gibson of this Selected Supt. Frye. placo aro visiting friends and relaNOON Basket dinner on ground. tives at Bernstadt this week. Wm. Brewer and son, Ernest, of Lynch After dinner a baseball game bewero at Sturgeon, Tuesday, on busi- tween Bconcvlllo and White Oak will ness. II. C. and D; L. Spence have bo played. A gocd time is expected had their saw and grist mill moved and everybody Is cordially invited back from Island City to tho old to attend. Tho exercise will begin stand on Sturgeon and aro now ready promptly at 9:00 a.m. to serve tho people Rev. J. C. Miss Amanda Begley who has been Brown Is visltlug in Knox County, away from home for quite a whllo this week. is visiting homefolks at this placo. KtillAKTIAN Sho will soon leave for Berea where Sebastian, Sept. 21. 'Mrs. Margaret sho expects to attend school, Tho Turner of Cortland was shopping at Owsley County fair went off at J, D. Chadwrll Boonevlllo last Saturday. Quito Sebastian, Monday. a who is teaching school hero Is now crowd was present, considering that OWSLXYGOUNTY TBAVXXXKKS KJC8T visiting home folks at Island City. this was tho first, however, It was Travelors Rest, Sept. 17. S. P. Ed Cook and Mat Wilson made a a success. Many flno specimens of Caudill and wife, Clay Smith and wife trip to Buffalo, Tuesday, hauling farm products and animals wero exand Miss Ella Botner of this place goods for Mrs. M. Gabbard.-iSevci- nl hibited. The annual association of have Just returned from tho State of the young folks here attended the Missionary. Baptists was held, Frt- fair at Louisville. S. B. Caudill, W. association at Indian Creek last Bat-- day and Saturday, at Grassy Branch. Owens visited friends at Dudley, Saturday and Sunday. D. G. Clark was calling on friends here, Sunday. Fodder pulling la all tho go here. Wm. Isaacs of Berea was calling on the merchants here thlB week. Mm. Ambros Ruder is sick this weck.-- Mrs. Dora Ball was called to Cufa, on account of tho Illness of her inotlTer, Mrs. Frank Anderson, who has typhoid fever. Several from hero are attending the protracted meeting at New Hope, this week, by Rov. Durham and others. Silas Mary Ramsey of Wlldle la spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Jones John Owens has bought Proctor. the Blgo Wood property at this placo and will soon be a citizen ef Orlando. week. CLAY COUNTY tfKXTONHCHKUH. Creek, Sept. 21. Nathan Sparks Is buying hogs. Ho Is giving 6 cents per pound. Several people from this community went to the Baptist Association at Indian Croek lact Friday and Saturday, Jasper Baylor of near Winchester is visit Sextons Irish potatoes, 05c jkt bu. Sweet potatoes (1 jxir bu. Cabbage 2c per tound. POULTRY: ChlckctiB, fryers, per pound. Hens, Dc, per pound. Roosters to FRUITS: AppleB, 40c per bu. Pears 75c per bu. ESTILL COUNTY KIX)UR, MEAL. Krc. I.OCT.ST IIUAJ.C1I i Best grade 13.20 per hundred. Tho iocust Branch, Sept. 21 Meal, J I )or bu. been very warm weather has until Wheat bran, $1.40 per hundred. Wednesday, when we had a Bhow.-- r Wheat, J I er bushel. Tho of rain that cooled tho air. Corn 95c per bushel. very busy saving foJdtv farmers aru Oats, 50c per bushel. hero. John Campbell's wife who 1ms Hay, COc per hundred. tecn sick for tho past two weeks s Cattle, 3 4 per lb. no better. tjulle a numtmr from Calves, G to Co per pound. this placo attended the Teachers Hogs, Sc per pound. association at Park school last SatSheep, 2 4 to 3, 3 per lb. urday. Boan Gentry of this placo Lambs, 4 to Cc per ound. left last Tuesday for Colorado for Hides, dry 15c jor lb., green, 10c. his health. Willlo French bun return, ed from Illinois where ho has boon CINCINNATI MARKETS tho last year. Bro. Lunsford will fill his regular aniMntment here, SatButter 27c per lb. Eggs, 24 2 per dot. urday night. WAUKK8VIZ.LK VEGETABLES: Irish iiotatocs, 2. 00 02.25 bu. Wagersvlllo, Sept. 23. Wo were Sweet potatoes 2.00ff2.2o. blessed with a good rain, Sunday. FRUITS: O. W. Arvlno gave the young folk Apples, Taney packed. 2.25O2.D0 per of this place an applo peeling, Friday night of last week. quite a barrel. number of peoplo attended the teuch-cr- s POULTRY: Springers (I lbs and over) ltc association oa Doe Creek, Saturlb. Hens, 14c. Roosters. 9 2 day, tho 2 let. All report an enjoyc. able day. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Turkeys, hens, 16 2 c lb., toras, geese Cc lb.. Ducks. 13c Wilson wero tho cuects of Mr. and 1G Mrs. Jeff Wagers, Saturday night lb., Young guineas 4.0Of'5.0O doz. and Sunday. Mrs. Qoona Collins via-It- CATTLE, HOGS, ETC. Cattle, 7.858. her sister, Mrs. Elbert Collins, Calves, 8.00 10.25. from Friday till Monday. Mrs. Lllllo Hogs 8,25J8.G0. Thomas of Lexington Is vlsltlni; Pigs (110 lbs. and less) 4.007XO. relatives hero this week. Mr. and Sheep 2.8503.35. Mrs." J. B. Wngers were tho guests Lambs 4.25G6.25. of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Kelley SaturCorn 75c tcr bu. day night and Sunday. Miss Ann.i M. Wagers was tho guest of Miss i Wheat 95c ier bu. Hay 14.00 per ton. Anna M. Flynn, Sunday. Miss Lena Flynn attended church at Clay Hill, Owing to sickness In tho Sunday. QUOTATIONS family, Prof. W. French failed to Drinking puro water neither makes co mo to this placo, Sunday, to finish his a singing school, Dr. Edwards left a man sick nor in debt, nor placo last week for Chicago. Ho wlfo a widow. John Ncal. this "Whatovcf may bo tho honest dlf- has practiced medlclno here for about flvo yearB. Wo regret very much to feronco of opinion as to how best, or glvo him up and wish blm success how anyway, settle tho saloon Infamy, let this bo tho motto of every wherever he may locate. Christian, both when he prays and MASIION COUNTY when ho votes: The only solution of the saloon problem Is, No Sa HI.UK LIC Bluo Lick, Sept. 22. Tho young loon.' " Gf-rtl- I'I'III.IC IMbllc, Sept. 23. We nro having a few pleasant showers of rain. Mr. John Furmer, a prominent citizen was called nway tho 7th ',utL His remains wero buried nt tho fninl-l- y gravi yard near Short Creek. Funeral services wero conducted by nev. R. J. Smith. The beloved broth leaves a wlfo and flo little onn nnd a boat of friends to mourn his lose Mr. Grecno Raney, a beloved the old father, departed this life 13th Inst, and was laid to rest the 16th. Rev. R. J. Smith conducting school tho funeral services. Tho hero Is progressing very nicely. Several of our boys and girls will attend school at Berea this winter. and Jos. Farmer, Samuel Mayflcld Hepea, nnd Leslie Farmer sister, havo already entered Berea College. Tho Pulaski association held nt Salem church was a jmccess. All the churches wero united In a IkjihI of harmony. Is Miss Lily Snablnett homo on a visit from Illinois. Ml am Serlldn Fatncr Is at home after a brief visit to the homes of her brother nnd sister near Alpine, Ky. Elmer Raney nttended the fair lit Somerset ono day. All rejiort the fair to lm very gcod this yenr. MlHsrn Toby and Scrilda Fanner attended church at Hcthnny, Sunday. PULASKI COUNTY HAMILTON, OHIO LETTER Hamilton, 0.,, Sept. 21. Hlrnru Johnson, Vlco Presidential candldato on tho ProgressiVo ticket, of California will speak in Hamilton, O., next Friday, whllo on his woy to Cincinnati to fill n speaking dato theo. Tho public schools of Hamilton opened, Sept. Uth, with an enrollment of over pupils. COO of this number wcro In tho High School. Messrs Rout. Johnson and Charley Holcomb left, Thursday afternoon, to spend a two weeks vacation vlsltlni: relatives in Owsley County and Keren, Ky. Mr. ana .Mrs. J. L. Gabbard hnvo returned to their homo In Owsley County, Kentucky, after vicltlng for several daysjvlth their con in Hamilton and Mr. nnd Mrs. E. K. Flanery In d Place. O. The Republican' Nat 00 .Elm-woo- ional cmnpnlgn opened in Columbus, Sept. 21st with Senator H. C. Lodge of Massachusetts. Con gressman L. E. Taylor, of Columbus, P. P. Campbell, of Kansas, J. H. Watson, of Indiana, Dr. John Wesley Hill, of Now York, nnd others as speakers. Tho lHth '.Miami Baptist conferenco was held at Uio First Baptist church of Hamilton. Wednes day nnd Thursday of last week. Thero wero 253 delegates whllo many visitors wero present from tho twentv- soven churches In tho district. Rev. John F. H erect, itastor of tho 9lh Street Baptlct church In Cincinnati, si)okf, Wednesday night on "Mountain Work In Kentucky," Rev. I. T. Headland. D.D.. tho irreai,t peakcr In America on Missions, Bjoke on "(.'ulna's Needs." O., Snturdny, BEREAJMARKETS Butter, ISc per pound. Eggs, 20c icr dozen. VEGETABLES lc toc 3-- 1- 1- ed