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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, OCTORER 3, 1012 One Dollar a year. No. 14 Citizen Knowledge Is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge la to read a good newspaper. Vol. XIV. THE YELLOW STREAK Money For You In It When you get a chance like this at clothes like these you had better take advantage of it. The profit is all yours. We are willing to give you our profit as a means of clearing the summer stock. HART,SCHAFFNER & MARX 9 Clothes and other good things to wear at less than they are worth. R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY WHATJOJLIP Our attention haa been called tlmo WORyjEWS and again to a particular resect In Balkan Situation Causing Anxiety which The Citizen Is valuable It In Nicarsguan Revolutionists Surrenthe fact that bo much la found lu Irish Fight Homo Rule. der. 1U columns that people want to kfcp Japan English Politics Unsettled. for tho fact that It Is valuable Swept by Storm. clipping. Tho Editor has made It a POWERS BECOME ANXIQUS practice for many years to clip and European statesmen aro asking preserve tho beat things that he find themselves who Is to savo the "Near In papers aad magazines. And, and ho Hast" from a great calamity ho took chcrgo of Tho Citizen clipped from Its columns, probablo destruction, If Uio present frequently and we know that many are doing threatened uprising breaks out In tho Ilalkan Btatcs. Tho ''Towers' aro likewise A CALM DISCUSSION page should apical supposed to caro fcr those HtUo counOur farmers tries but Jealousy exists as to which The Citizen has opened its columns to a calm discussion1 of the strongly now to every enterprising issues that confront the voter ns seen from the three nngles or points farmer, and It seems. If ho Is really shall act first. In tho event of war with Turkey of view the Republican the Democratic and the Progressive. . ercklng Information and wishes to It waa hoped to have the three papers for the same issue but only profit by It, that he could not do bet- tho smaller Ilalkan states are almost the one The Republican View which is presented below was reter than .to clip from week to week suro of defeat. Thin would lead to Inceived in time for publication. The others are to follow. the suggestions ho finds on this terference on tho part of their guardThis may seem to be a uovel scheme, but The Citizen stands for pago. Tho artlclo this week will never ian, tho government at St. Petersburg end other Iowcrs would coma In and a free, frank, full, fair, aud open discussion of all problems believes grow old "Liming Land.'' that every phase aud all sides of a question should be seen before a And wo frequently publish joe in a 'claim a sharo In tho bpoIIs. decision is made, aud, as it has asked every voter to bear all sides and the best In tho language. Ono this j REVOLUTIONISTS SURRENDER think calmly before deciding, so it gives its readers that privilege withweek, entitled '"Our Ilesurrectlon," I General Iena, leader of tho Nlcara-gua- n in its own pages. tho ought to ba preserved In every homo revolutionists Is now In Tho gentlemen who have been selected for this discussion are Into which The Citizen goes. hands of Uio United States governconscientious in their views and not given to excitement and each has Tho houao-wlfIt would seem, ment and Is being sent to Panama been asked to present his party in its best light. could not afford to let tho various under a heavy guard. Ho and 700 articles In our Domestic Sclenco De- followers surrendered to Hear Admirpartment bo loat. There Is some- al Southcriund on the night of Sept. FOR, THE PRESIthing In every ono that she can clip 2t, which act Is taken as an Indica- "HONESTLY, WHAT ARE YOU RUNNING with great profit. And there Is much tion of tho approaching end 'of tho OR FOR REVENGE?" DENCY for tho Bchool teacher In our Teach- revolution. It la thought that Gen. ers' Columns. And even tho politician Mena preferred to currender to tho might find something of vnluo theso U. S. authorities rather than risk days. ,111s fate In tho handc of his enemies. Ho reads tho newspapers to llttlo General Zcledon and his forces will advantage, who does not clip. Boon doubtless attempt to rcstoro the old we hope to describe a good method order of affairs slnco tho revolutionof preserving clippings. ists aro disorganized and without n leader. CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE 'COVENANT AGAINST HOME RULE In tho Tho latest development VAOE FIRST otrugglo agalnct Homo Rulo In IreFdltoritls land Is tho solemn covenant enter Kentucky News ed Into by tho UlBtcrmcn, OrangeWorld Ntwa men and others cf tho Protestant United States News. faith to resist It A Republican View. Tho covenant binds them "to use PAUE TWO. all tho means Uiat may bo found Editorial. necessary to defeat tho conspiracy to Temperance Notes. set up homo rule In Ireland," and Heart to Heart Talks. also to refuse to recognize tho author1'ACJE TIIHEE ity of an Irish Parliament. Tho opOur Teachers Department. position Is Protestant aud justifies Homo Courso In Domestic Science. Itself on the ground that tho governSmiion. ment will bo Catholic, tho Catholics Sunday School Lesson. being In tho majority In Ireland. How Different Insects Mako their e. Seeing a man wearing a Tuft badge in one of li in audiences in Missouri last week, Mr. Kooesvelt pointed him out arid, declaring that the badge was yellow, an appropriate color, raid, "Any msn who supports Mr. Taft for the presidency lias n jillow rtriak in Mm." A yellow streak! Any man who stipmrts President Taft for the prettittency has a yellow streak in him! Haa it come to tho point in this country, then, that an honeat difference of opinion cannot be tolerated t If n man does not really believe as some other men buliero, and would have him believe, hu is to bo denounced told that there in a yellow at reak in him in other words that he is corrupt; has not tho interest of his country at heart; is not a patriot; in an "undersirable citizen." There are a good many men throughout the country whose in. telligcnce and integrity have never been questioned, who do not think that tho time litis come yet to discard the Republican party. They think it is less corrupt than when Ilnnnn held sway, or than when Hons I'latt dictated the nomination of Mr. Roosevelt for tho Vic Presidency, and they are going to vote for President Taft. Rut they have a yellow streak in them I There are still a few old soldiera whom the Republican party and its first president called to the front in defense of the nation, and to whom their party is a synouvm lioth for liberty and progress, who might coufesH that it had rnad many mistakes, but who prefer to seek to purify it rather thnn to desert it, and many of whoso names will go under the log.cabin for tho last time this "fall. Yet a man whom they have loved, whom they have praised and whom they have twice; honored with their votes, ssya that they have n yellow streak in them. The. old soldiers who (rite their red blood to unite the nation . have a yellow streak in them! There are some men a great many honest men who hnve read and aro still reading both sides of the question, who do not believe that Col. Roosevelt was robbed of the nomination at Chicago. They have been waiting for the proof of tho charges aud no proof has been given only the bare statement of the defeated forces that they were defrauded. And these statements are not convincing in the face of the defense offered by the Republican National Committee. These men aje forced by conviction to cast their votes for the nominee of the party. And yet, however honorable and honest they may be, they haven yellow streak in them, for an honorable man has said so! Tho country is enjoying an unusual degree of prospreity something hardjy ever before known during a presidential campaign. Labor is employed every day, wages are good and the working classes are in better circumstances than ever before known. There are, therefore, many honest people who can't beliere that the present administration has been quite so bad ns it in said to have been and who are going to vote for President Taft in recognition of his achievements. These men, nevertheless, have a yelloio streak in them! Mr. Roosevelt says so and it must be so. In the campaigns about two huudred and seventy contests were, instituted by tho Roosevelt organization. More than two hundred of these were so flimsy that they were never presented to the committee, their confessed obj'ect being psychological effect. But has not Mr. Roosevelt forgotten his psychology Possibly the declaration that every one who honestly opposes him has a yellow streak in him may win for him support, but we doubt it. Surely the psychological effect of his method of campaigning ought to be his undoing. MR. FARMER Two Car Loads of Globe and Equity FERTILIZER For Fall sowing,- - just arrived. Prices interesting and terms liberal. Sec them bcloreyou buy. CHRISMAN'S "THE FURNITURE MAN" UNITED STATES NEWS IN OURJWN STATE 3 . President Asked to Extend Civil Serv- Schools for Farmers Courier's EdArmy Officers ice Classification. itor Sick. State Guard to try TyDropto Death in Aeroplane Roosephoid Serum. Lexington Banker velt Contradicts Wilton. To TesDies Good Roads Congress. tify as to Campaign Funds. Wilson SCHOOLS FOR FARMERS Downs Boss Smith. Conservation Under tho Joint supervision of the Congress In Session. U. Department of Agriculture ' EXTENSION OF CIVIL SERVICE tho S.Kentucky Stato government and cx- RECOMMENDED tension plaus are being formulated A monster petition cigncd by 20,000 by which a thorough system of AgriIostma8tcrs and p:ecentcd to Pres. cultural Instruction io to be establishTaft by a delegation from tho Post- ed In each of tho cno hundred and masters association, which met at twenty couutlcs of the state. Richmond, Va., recently, will likely T. R, Bryant of tho State University a Is to bavo charge of tho work and result in the classification of fourth clas3 postmasters under the Is now In Washington to receive deCivil Service. tailed Instructions. Upon his return Pres. Taft desires to see tho he Is expected to place superintendepartment removed from dents in tho various counties and political Influence and he has rec- Inaugurato the scheme. In Madison ommended cuch legislation to Conand Henderson counties tho work la gress, but final action has not yet now on foot among the farmers. been taken. However, tho President COLONEL WATTERSON SICK now has tho authority, under certain Col. Henry Wattereon, editor of limitations to place tho fourth class tho Louisville. Courier-Journa- l, who offices under civil cervlce rules. was taken ill In New York a short OFFICERS DASHED TO DEATH time ago is reported much improved. Second Lieutenant Lewis Rockwell There was considerable anxiety over and Corporal Frank F. Scott wero his condition for a few days but tho dashed to death at tho U. S. Army attending physician now thinks ho aviation field, College Park, Md., will be ablo to return to Loulsvlllo this week. Sept. 28th. SERUM TO PREVENT TYPHOID Lieut. Rockwell waa making a test flight for a military aviation llccua-)- , Captain J. R. Sams, commander of with Scott aa a passenger. They had Co. C. Kentucky National Guard, been In tho air but a few minutes, not has mado application for a supply ascending more than 500 feet, and had of typhoid fovcr serum with whloh. returned almo3t to tho ground when ho hopes to vacciuato himself and a sudden turn of tho machine caused tho members of tho Lexington Company to render them Immune from It to fall. typhoid. The war department has ROOSEVELT CONTRADICTS been testing tho serum and where-ovWILSON It has been tried It has proven Col. Roosevelt, speaking at Atlanta, tho Ga., on Sept. 28th, took up the state- very satisfactory In preventing ments of Gov. Wilson concerning disease. some of his actions and policies and NOTED KENTUCKIAN DIES denied them flatly aa "not merely an Mr. J. Waller Rhcdes, president of untruth but tho direct revereo cf the Phoenix Third National Bank and tho truth." In reply to a statement treasurer of Fayette County, died at of Gov. Wilson's questioning tho le- tho Capitol Hotel In Frankfort, Thursgality of Col. Roosevelt's actions In day morning, from a paralytic stroke. the Tennessee Coal Co. case Mr. Rhodes waa widely known and tho (Continued on Tagt Two) Coutlnutd on Pge Two post-offlcer NOW IS THE TIME to see us about your Rool. Winter will soon. Orders are coming in fast. The steel is advancing rapidly. The Rest Right Now. Drop us a card in order to on our list. be here price ot Time is get you Kunny Noises. PAUE FOUR Locals. Homo Town Helps. Institute Dedicates Lincoln Main liulldlng. PAOE KIVHS Ucrea's Indian Fort. Kitchen Cabinet. I' AO 12 SIX ENGLISH POLITICS UNSETTLED Tho Drltlsh press prophesies that tho days of Radical Rulo In England aro numbered. Political rumors fill tho air but tho government refuses to bo Interviewed. Parliament will probably work cn tho Homo Rulo bill till ChrUtmas but plana aro on foot among tho oppocltlou to prcclpltato Berea School of Roofing -i- iii -- From the New York Herald. auothor general clxtlcti. Announcement of Serial Story. 8T0RM SWEEPS JAPAN Chlldrens' Column. Tho severest ctcrm In tho last CO Should Women Vote. years swept over Japan, tho 23th. Would Have Profited by Listening to Tho entlrvi counliy suffored, tho Much to the Credit of the Present Administration Not a Time For Women. bolng estimated at over damage, Republicans to Desert Blame for Events at I'AOE SEVEN 120,000,000 whllo tho loss of llfo was Chicago to Be Divided. Intensive Farming heavy and thousandc are hcmelcos. Horticulture At aifu 262 peopla were killed an.l Time for Reflection principles of government and for a I'AOE EIGHT 283 Injured. Twenty thousand build-Ing- e of Tho political situation at tho pres- frank and courteouo exchango were demolished at Osaka and ent time Is complex and confusing. Opinion. ICuiteru Kentucky News, Poem. all tho harbors varo badly damaged. It Is not a tlmo to call names but Tho writer haa always acted with Toft Would Aid Farmers. Several vessels woro lost. la a fit occasion for reflection un Continued on page Firc i HENRY LENGFELLNER, Mgr. A Republican View We have the goods the quality of workmanship and the right price. $5.00 per square for a roof worth $6.00 to $7,00 is cheaper than $4.00 for a roof worth only $3,99. Just like your Galvanized fence so your Galvanized Roofing will rust if you get the cheap kind. Page Two. THE CITIZEN one else and doubtless was wise In concluding that so long a bo bud money to lira on he would lack Incentive. However that may Iks. the rare logic of the Scottish artist may contribute to tho encouragement of the poor boy who Is struggling through discouragement or failure. You have no money handicap? The rich man's son usually falls because of hl money. Having plenty, there Is too much temptation to tako things easy, to put oft tho disagreeable, to loiter on the way townnl "What's the use?" queachievement. ries the man who Is not obliged. Ho who Is driven to accomplishment by no other Incentive than that of his mere Inclination Is a rare man. Moreover, somo one has said It is a good thing that a man should fall In his first business venture. Certain It Is that most successful men have como up through failure. Failure Is experience And experi ence educates. minded by tho dust of tho battla which he has lost, the young man concludes that when the battlo Is lost nil is lost He has yet to learn that tho battle Is only one In the scries of tho campaign. By nnd by, pondering over his first defeat, he discovers where his lino was weak or whero ho failed to movo October Tho defondanto aro to bo tried together but the Indictments nro sep- 3, 191a. The Citizen A family newspaper for ill that It right, true and Intarattlnf. rublUhrd every Thursday ( Perra, Kjf. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. (Incnriornleil) p. Faulkner, Editor and Manager Subscription Rates rAVAIILK IN ADVANCH One .Ytf Six Months Three Months " JS centtmp. The ilte utter your your I . Wliai naic I or Kprw Money Send money by Iot-officOnler. Pratt, Hrglaterrd Letter, or one and two i chanrM' within noiny Miming number will he gladly supplied if we are notified. Liberal terms given to any who obtain new iulcrlntlon for in. Any one nendlng in four yearly subcripllons can receive The Ciliien free for hfmelf for one year Advertising ratea on application. MEMSKR OF three name on label T how to II I .. n.. I i ha wceka after rcnewl , boyishly nt his own Joke, so did we all. "'What's thnt, Kipling?" demanded the host, mixing a Martini. 'Your KKNTUCKY TRKSS ASSOCIATION. Afraid of burning hole In It? Why, look at mo!" ET TU BRUTE? "'Y-a- , ItKik at you, said Kipling. 'You've got no carburetor. It's been Not A Bossed Convention Its The Loulsvlllo I'ost lias turned burned out It's burned Into so many back upon Mr. Iloosevclt. Tor years Murphy Could Control But Declinas holes that lliero's Just a big place his defender and the d It lias been where It used to bo.'" Syracuse, N. Y., Oct. 1, 1912. fender of most If not all of his nets Contention, The State Democratic and policies, and even his champion HOUR'S DRINK OF THE WORLD campaign. And assembled hero to nominate n inndl-dat- o in the for (lovernor to bo voted for nt One and It vouchod for all his declarations Million Dollars' Who regular November election, Is in concerning the "robbery" which dep. Worth of Stale Water and Disease g Republican nominaBoss Murphy, It easy control of prlvcd him of the Germa Consumed. A REAL JEAN VAL JEAN. claimed that ho ran manipulate tion at Chicago, whllo nt the same Eight years ago a young man-c- all Every hour the world drlnka down four hundred votes, but Mr. Murphy time endorsing tho Baltimore Demo- him Jones was sent to the penitena quarter million dollars' worth says that ho does not wish to dictate one-aucratic platform arid Its nominee, Mr. tiary for killing n man In a Colorado r tho nomination and wants tho conveii. of beer. Bis-- Is chiefly stale water Wilson. Now it comes out openly and mining camp. It also contains and dlseaso germs. choose ltd own candidate. boldly in denunciation of Uu tlon to rather It Is said Jones did tho killing In self a little malt and hops and a little alcoOwing to Murphy's attitude. It Is hol. lVople However that may be, he Colonel for his attack, in Missouri, defense. who refuse to drink wabecame n model prisoner nnd at the not thought that Governor Dlx can bo ter from a rain barrel because there upon tho Baltimore Convention. nnd William Sulzer and may be wlnnle-tall-s The editorial Is entitled "Mr: Koose-vclt- 's end of tho eight years was paroled, In It, will cheertho terms being that ho should not most fully swallow down beer, 93 por cent Rc'ap3e,"nnd the former PresiLieut Governor Conway are the confines of the state. leave a prominently mentioned for the place. months old water with which dent Is shown what his own method . Jones got a Job on a farm. I of squirming, kicking germs go to Tho influence of C.ov. Wilson h felt and his own language, as applied knew tho The farmer down at every gulp. Then the beer In the convention nnd If a Progresothers, look like when directed toward history nnd took advantage of It. workdrinker wondera why he geta so fat. declared to have persive Is chotten his chances of carryhimself. Ho is ing the man unmercifully. Jones found why his flesh Is so soft, and why he coning tho stats In tho Presidential verted facts when he stated that Mr. life outside the prison harder than It gets out of breath so eaally. A walktest will bo crently enhanced. Wilson Is the nominee of the bosses had been on the tnsldo and after eighting, germ storehouse cannot expect to and Just as Mr. Taft Is nnd that Mr. een months rebelled nnd quit He tried have the hard, sound muscles i to get a new Job. steady heart of the man who drlnka Clark was robbed Just as ho was. UNITED STATES NEWS Remember Jean Val Jean? . Spokesman-ReviewMorris in Sjtokane pure, clear water. "This is tho most unklndest cut of Continunlfrsni litt It it Jones discovered, as did Victor John Bull H'l soy, Sammy, you cawn't allow your bloomln" ships to ps all." Hugo's hero, that it Is difficult for an Colonel replied. "It Is simple through your Panama canal without paying a toll, don'tcbo know. LIQUOR AND SUMMER OUTINGS to get a Job. to say I did an 'Illegal thing."' Uncle Sam No? to quit being Finally he determined CLEAN UP DAY Wilson aro 11" declared that Taft and John Bull U'oh, deah, nol He violated his parole, of Money Spent Yearly for an drawing together in their hostility Amount Intoxicating Drlnka Would Give again called, this assumed another name and went to Our attention Is flab devotion to the welfare of all his to tho Progressivj jtrty and Its prinhomo-steaMontana, where be took up a Ua All Annual Vacatlona. fellow citizens tlmo by tho Kentucky State flro preand ciples, and that tho Republican TAFT GOOD TIMES. The nation's faith and hopo In Democratic platforms nro In fundavention association, to tho fact that Inside of two years Jones, who bad The amount of money we apend ev- were not misplaced. tho Governcr ha3 set aside Tuesday, prospered, became a lending citizen of A Good Deal Mora Substantial Than President Taft ery year In the United Statea. directly Gradually and surely the country has mental sympathy. Oct 8th, as "clean up" day or fire his settlement He courted the daugh- ' Wilson Promises. and Indirectly, for liquor would give ROOSKVKLT TESTIK1KS come out of distrust nnd despair Into, prevention day. The idea is, first, ter eff a neighboring farmer, and to Tliere wns nn old wing, a favorite In the realization and enjoyment of ever The Clapp Probo committee, which a two weeks' vacation to every man, that evory householder should spend her ho told bis full story. The girl the days gone by. with the refniln. growing pnwperlty Business has re Is Investigating campaign contribu- woman and child In the land, with as much tlmo as necessary on this promptly accepted him. "Hard times come again no more:" covered confidence, labor finds profit' tions, has announced, Friday. Oct. their board and expenaca pnJd. We spend approximately ll.COO.OOO.OOO a Enter Javert. Were It not for the dark cloud of able employment, and In some parts day looking over his premises to boo Roose4. as tho tlmo when Theodore nstuto officer of nlxivi-thRemember how year for alcoholic drinks, and we that chlmney3 and flues aro in good the law hounded that Val Jean? A Democratic free trade hou-rlnthe demand for liilsir nt good wages Is velt Bball appear and give testimony spend as much more for Judges, police. Jean horlzou and the possibility of Wll greater than the supply. condition and to repair such as arc detective who had been searching for regarding contributions to his at'd Jails, pourhousea and Insano asylums n cabinet of President Taft has made good Hani not, also to move all waste and de- Jones since he bad violated bis parole sou for president, with Col. to take care of the people who get mossbneks from the south, with their times have gone, never to return pro other campaigns In the past. bris that conduces to tho spread of recognized him. Luckily, however, he . heels on the cnbluet table and telling Into troiiblR through hard drink. That and allowed Roosevelt expressed his desire some makes $3,000,000,000, or $30 vlded Tuft is permitted the latter to return to Colo- each other how much Itetter tilings flro. apiece for years more of tlmo ngo to testify mid tho committee everybody to give tho roimtry four For a family of father, j were It Is supposed furthermore that ' rado without publicity. "before the wnh." Americans sanity, safety and security anxiously awaiting tho tlmo The Is nw Jones told his story to Warden Ty- might lo singing that rufrnln with mother and four children It amounts it will not be an individual affair, but frantic efforts of his prede essor to set Tho testimony of Harrlmnn'B communities, villages, towns and nan, who Investigated nnd found It to zest nnd glee today, for from all get a cbanee to give the rountry Secretary, 'Monday, was not nltoguther to $180 a year, a nice sum for an out- that Ing In tho country. Now York Amerl- be true. What Impressed the warden cities will work together to reduce more than nil else was that Jones bad parts of the Ptilon come assurance another taste' of 1P07 excite no alarm favorable to tho Colonel. can. by preventlvo measures tho annual told the truth to the girl he wanted to j of better times than for years past, -- the American memory Is not short VICTORY FOR WILSON j of pressing demands for goods of all enough for that But another goner loss throughout tho country of moro marry. James Smith, Jr., suffered an over- HC NEVER OtAMED THE DOOZE. kinds, abundant employment nnd ac- atlon has grown to iuiiiiIksnI and the OAA milltn-- a 1 ' II t , T.""n 1 .linn .vv iuillli.ua u ttf.n ' (.ill iwu.u.nj luuu States profitable trade. The large ex whelming defeat for United who figures In this real story tive nnd thronged with buyers, and ballot since the last quota being upwards of G millions. Hta Now 111 Joints wr full of rhrumatlam, low tariff In Senator at tho hands of tho pcrlenre of DeiniH-rntlappotlta waa alack; thbj as did M. Myrlel, the good bishop of cities are Courlcr-Jouinsays, "If The Is plenty of evidence that store tSfH-7- . and Jersey Democrnts nt tho fctnto wld II had paJni hrtwrrn the ahoulitara. there nnd Illusive free D. in Hugo's masterpiece, got the paday were religiously observed thru-oChilli up and down hla back; big nud small, in city and trade arguments are appealing to ears primaries on Sept 25. They listened to keepers, role board II auRrr with InaomnU, the Commonwealth there would Tynan nnd together.a permanent parole village and nt th crossroads, have thnt never beard them before Hughes, Gov. Wilson's cholc", carried At night h couMn't anooio, got out mean to spend It be fewer fires to record within tho money to spend-a- nd There Is every reason to believe, tho Btato by more than 20.000. Tho II said It was tha c'lmal- afor Jones, permitting him to live wherII blamed tha booial How different four ycarH ago! The however, that the sunshine of Taft's victory Is claimed to bo a proof of next twelve months to come. Tho ever he might choose. country wob still lu the doldrums not prosiK-rltgeneral removal of rubbish in and will clear the beclouded sky. Gov. Wilson's ability ac a leader and Ilia clothra wrrx The sequel? aedr. Ilia noaa wu fitting rfd. about business houses, factories, resiThe sequel Is as fine as any In the yet emerged from the Itooscvelt panic dissipate the mist of Wilson free trade, that it gives tho lie to the state1007. The nation was looking forIlia chtldran always hungry, and ennble the younger voters to per dences and othsr places would amount old fashioned story books. Jones has of lllmtMf not too wrll fd. to tho clec-- celve. as their elders know by ex- - ment that ho will lo boss controllto a big reduction in flro hazard. gone back to Montnna and was mar- ward with hope and faith Ilia family ha nrgli-ctralready perlence. the folly of exchanging good i ed If elected President ried Aug. 1 to the farmer's daughter. tlon of President Taft. then Ilia wife ha did abuaa; Tho putting in order of houses and CONSERVATION CONGRESS IN II blamad all her relation recognized as one of the world's great- times for conditions that In the past A premises in advance of winter would It is predicted ho will become almost Hut h nvtr blamad th boosal SESSION as highly honored In his new home as est statesmen, safe, sane, broad minded, have brought only business rollapse to Bavo many lossos that are Bure with nn Intellectual grasp equal to the and general hardship and depression was M. Madcllno, the mnyor. Tho fourth International ConservaOood Trade and Drinking. como otherwlso thru defective flues, mighty tnsk leforp him and nn tinsel- for pverylKidy and loss of opimminltr ' tion Congrecs assembled In Indlnnap-olt- s, And tho moral? Tha report of the prison commisstoves and other heating arrangeHe who runs may read. Ind., Tuesday. Several thousand sioners for Scotland for 19H shows ments and thru tho neglect of thoso try to remember or to retell story h I whether In that event ho would vot--J delegates are present. The sessions ' that the proportion of commitments ptrcautions which, while simplo nnd would hesitate to repeat In the family for RooBOvelt or Taft, thinking of nro to continue thru tho 4th. Many ' to population was very high 9.78 par KEEP CLEAN INSIDE. easily practical, nro of much circle. Young man-T- hat course that tho Eleventh District distinguished speakers aro on tho 1,000 aa compared with 6.18 In Eng Is the standard too high? to personal and general welman who In your presence tries land and Wales. There waa a diminuwould favor tho man who favors program, among vhem aro You doubtless remember the Just refare." to tell a smutty story Insults your soul. 'itooscyoit and. In as much as bo thinks Pres. Fairbanks, Gov. Hadlcy, Gov. tion In cases of serious crimo, but an buke administered by General U. S. Increase In assaults and a marked Turn on your heel and leave him. Taft, j Wilson and Socretnry Stlmson. growth of miscellaneous Morally such a man attempts a crime Grant to a thoughtless ollicer of staff Mr. Powers Is Inclined toward offences In tho firm ct Roosevelt and Johnchiefly drunkenness and other offences that is meaner than that of reaching who, starting to recite n vile tale, pref-- I 'a declaration to that effect would son thoro is uo silent member. IN OUR OWN STATE aced the attempt by saying, "I believe bo to his (Scavy's) advantage caused by drink. This, saya the refor your pocketbook. Tho motive for More people this year are interest(Continued from 6rtpfc) port, can be traced mainly to those But Mr. Powers, alert as usual, calls the crimo muy be lacking. He may , there are uo ladles present," where fifth, than are not realize bis offense. As a matter of upon quickly retorted urant: ed In November Mr. Seavy's attention to tho fact that was ono of tho most influential men districts where employment has been "There are gentlemen present" Interested in December the twenty-fiftfact, morally considered, be is guilty even It ho is elected, nnd, If Uio PresiKentucky, ilo waa r.C years good and where wages have been unin It Is of record that the tale went un- dent must bo chosen by tho Houso of Central was In excellent health wisely spent. Just tho same. ago and Some of these peddlers of filth aro told and thereafter uo one durst at I It only myself could talk to myself of Representatives, Scavy will not until tho day preceding Ills death. Let's Make Them All Happy. wblted sepulcbers gentlemenly as to tempt a questionable story In the pros-- ' As I knew him a year ago get to vote, as tho vote Is cast by GOOD ROADS CONGRESS ence of the silent soldier. No thinking man can run a saloon outside appearance, but Inwardly filled I could tell him a lot that would ConKeep your mind unsullied. Tho Kentucky Go6d Roads A foul States and tho present Congress, not tn ) and be happy, with dead men's bones. save him a lot suggestion, given audience by your per- tho ono to bo elected, decides tho gress will bo held, Friday and Satur- dry territory are abaklng hands with This is a good rule for you: Of things he ought to know. day, tho 4th and Cth, at Mammoth folks who voted them out of business Do not permit yourself willingly to mission, may lead you into habits of matter. People who hunt for faults and saying, "We are glad to get out listen to any Bort of story that you thought that, persisted In, will debauch Cavo. Tcnnessco and Indiana aro alfind anything else, r would not be willing to tell again to your soul. Thought produces habit; Trying The Dynamiters so to havo dolcgates present nnd hun- It'a hell to run a saloon. We're bablt hardens luto character; character than your mother or your sister. dreds of farmers and others are ex- riet Zoll. we've been for yeara." HarProsecution Hopes to Disclose the pected. A filthy suggestion will soak Into your makes destiny. Llka most Kentucky gatherHIS HANDICAP. Keep clean Inside. It Is of Immeasclean mind as spilled Ink will soak Into Entifo History of Outrages ings, whllo tho program Is to bo an If ytm were starting nut lu the world clean blotting paper. A Duke on Testotall-m- . urably greater importance that you Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 1, 1012. bcglnucr would you begin by f Interesting ono, cntortalnments H Tha Duke of Portland, at a temperbould keep the dirt off your soul than Permit no one to drag your mind throwing $5,000 Into the river? Tho 51 meu Indicted for compllvarious kinds, Including a barbecue, ance meeting at Nottingham recently off your clothes. through bis sewer. nltv with the McNamaras in various havo been provided. Two of tho chief aald that when he lately met with an That' is what John Lavery, tbo ScotDo you know many a grown man of tish artist, did. dynamlto outrages thruout tho coun- - ' speakers aro Gov. Hooper of Tonn. accident he thought he would try to today would sacrifice considerable to THE LAUGH ON SEAVY When be set out on h!a Jouruoy to try during tho last two or threo years I ati'l Mayor Book waiter of Indianap- do without liquor of any kind, and as wipe clean from the tablets of his access as an artist he deliberately memory a result felt better In every way. II lisby wero placed on trial hero before olis. stories and suggestions be Mr. H. H. Scavy, in attempting, threw a 1.000 note Into the Clyde. got up without a bussing tn hla head tened to when a boy? what ho thought to bo pertinent Judge AndotBon of tho United States Why? Because lie feared his money In tba morning, ha could do a better I cannot think a real gentleman will questioning, to put Congressman PowMost of our politicians havo tho District Court today. It will be reanight prove a handicap. He knew he take deliberate care to repeat a risque ers In tho holo, fell himself into a membered Uiat tho cases wcro call- courage of other people's convictions. day's work, and ba really believed h Meded the spur of ovrty In order to story In the presence of youth. should live a few yeara longer. This Chicago Record-HeralCo Ills beat work. him. la valuable testimony, as showing ne Is meanness incarnate who would trap. At least the laugh Is on likely ed for trial last March but wero To say the least, the cure was a hepostponed. 'Mr. Seavy thinks that It is delight In daubing a coarse picture on Tho best thing to do when you what the moat moderate drinker exroic one. And perhaps he waa logical. All the defendants plead not guilty make a mistake Is to mako It teach periences as the result of bis use U that the President will have to be a clean wall. He knew himself better than an alcohol. with the exception of Ortle No real gentleman will listen to or elected by tho House of Representayou something. ll rl lit-trlm-lnthou-sand1 non-uend. I , e , I , i ci I ut ITIs easy to supposo what Mr. Taft's predecessor would have done under similar conditions. Ono can hear the bang nnd whlx and sputter, like the tart of a wireless message across tho Atlantic, hurling frnntlc defiance here and there nnd everywhere getting everybody mnd, making foreign resentment more acute than liefore and an The President and the Panama amiable adjustment well nigh Impossible. President Taft's high standing as International Issue, diplomat nod statesman, his well known reputation for calm and dignified reasoning, his mastery of the prinDIPLOMACY ciples of International law, of tho obOF VALUE HIS ligations of treaties nnd the power of an Independent people to suersedo n treaty when It Is found to lnfrlngo 8inca tha Civil War Hava tha Not upon their national rights give assurRea-o- n Amarican Paopla Had Qraatar ance that tho crisis, affecting as It to Congratulate Thamialvea on does the honor of tha nntlon and Its Having tha Right Man In tha Right fidelity to Its solemn engagements, Placa at tha Vital Momant. will bo dealt with in a manner befitting tho American republic and satisTho American people never since factory to tho civilized world. 1SC0 havo had greater reason to conForeign nations know that President gratulate themselves ou having tho Taft can bo trusted to do what Is fair right man In tho right pluce than they and that his patriotism Is as bavo In tho fact that William Howard broad JustIt Is pure and that no hunger as Taft Is president of tho United Stntcs. for spread eaglo notoriety will vitiate When Mr. Taft signed tho Panama his Judgment And every American, canal bill ho upheld with a majesty whatsoever his party, knows in Ills heart worthy of tho causo tho right of the of hearts that the nntlonal Interests, American people to nttcud to their tho national honor, tho national future own affairs nt tho same time tbnt ho so far as he shall bo permitted to confronted nnd was fully aware that at the right moment Having learned ho confronted a most dltllcult Interna- control thnt future nro safe In the chargo of William Howard Taft his mistake, ere long ho Is up and at It lssuo for which ho was In no again no less zealous, but moro wary. tional responsible wjae. You need not throw away your money In order to begin properly. There are n lot of people who will old you If you desire to do that. But If you havo lost your first little fortune do not let the small matter frighten you. And If you have no o fortune to loso do not let that deter you. It is a One thing to bo young and strong and iioor. TAFT THE MAN arate FOR THE CRISIS Ono of tho accused was abTho CO othors filled most of sent. tho spaco Ir. tho Court Room. Senator John W. Kern of Indiana Is chief counsel for tho defendants, United Statin District Attorney Mil-lheading tho prosecution. Rooie-velt's Flynn Scatters Fortune in Behalf (Conducted by the National Woman'i Clirlatlan Temperance UnlorU Tells Senate Committee That He Contributed $144,300 to the Progressive Campaign. RETORT OF RUDYARD KIPLING Temperance Principles "Done Up" In Carburetor Dlieloied In Story Told of English Writer. Oct. 1, 1912. Washington, I). Tho Senate Committee, Bitting to Temperance prlnclples'"done up" In Investlsnto tho 1901, 1S0S and 1&12 In tho folcampaigns, listened to tho testimony a carburetor nre disclosed lowing story told of Itudyard Kipling. of Boss Flynn of Pittsburg today. "Tho host stood over a tray. Tho Boss talked freely nnd paid "'Drink, Kipling?' ho naked the that his total Iloosevclt expenditure luncheon gnng had sounded, ;iu Pennsylvania nmounted to l!),3Si. "'No, thanks,' said Kipling, main Ho also contributed to the "'Don't you ever touch anything?' campaign and to Snntor Lal'ollotto a asked a youth who wanted nn excuso cauingn before ho beenmo a Iloose- to hear himself address Kipling. The vclt man, nud admitted thnt ho had others were listening for the answer. "'No,' said Kipling. 'I never could romethlug to dc with rounding up make up tny mind to pour lighted pedelegates. Southern trol Into my carburetor.' He grinned busiTho Committee Is down to ness In earnest nnd tho revelations aro npt to bo such ns will awaken tho American public and show tlio-fuextent to which political corruption has gono. l, nvr 1 I ! f Ex-V- I h. , I sel-do- m hap-plo- tives and ho wanted Powers to state October 3, 1912. THE CITIZEN. I rirf of salt has been added Keep boiling rapidly until the inuninml enn bo crushed iH'tween the lllilllili Mini linger: Edited by Prof. Charles D. Lewis drnln mill nnir over It u itinntlty of told water m kfcp i In- - pieces from Something stlcklim lugethi-r- . Time How to Cook Eggs. The while nl vex H nl moat entirely Somo afternoon, when tho children iCtCln to cnro for ,holr ch,llrcn Ml, pure it lifts i 111. fi niictii nee which Is become, restless, and things aro nt work to glvo thorn nil ot the advanilli'kl.t tiuuiiliiletl li.t Ihmii ntiil tough, Uly K. O. BKI.I.KItfl. Director of Rvenln tho point ot colnc wrong In tho tages l llfo thnt thoy possibly tnn. lt.nnrhn.nf Tli MnAiltf llll.tn- f n.HI 1. & BC10Oi( eneil lij pMimiciil Albumen Bt down cc U10 top or n Chicago.) Dy Rev. Howard W. Pope Following tho atory, hnvo tho chilIs the prnle.il purl nt iiiilmal foods nnil (Icbk near tno vorst ioy you navo Supafulmdral J Mm, MonJr DJk loatiluW when tin nli mil h, rtxiking Is rendered dren of n certain class, perhaps tin hut do not do it to watch him, Oiicaco much lexs easy nt digestion. It is LESSON FOR OCTOBER 6. By EDITH C. CHARLTON, moro third and fourth, collect all of the to get him to listen rntlicr probable (hut eag nnil meat cooked as fruits, and nuts that they can find (closely and rend tho story of cnrefully na may lie are less readily my win uiht. In Charge ol Domestic Economy, Iowa JESUS WALKING ON THE SEA. tho Persimmon babies to tho bcIiooI. which iiuvu rtxm 10 acted iiHiti by Hie gastric1 Juices than TKXT: Only lal your cnnvrrnallnn ha Stale College. ninU for carrying tho babies." becometh me of Chrlit.-l'either wtmlil be In the uncooked stalo. n0W- - n:ul vcr trU0 V,CW ffn.1 ,t,K,VCS I.KBSON TEXT Mark Albumen cimgulntcH at n very moderf tho fruit Thcso fruits and nuts may lo of plants, Tho TKXT-"ll- ut straightway UOl.DKN Copyright. 1910. by Amtricin Hrtti ate tcmperntiire, only a little higher Talking in ono of tho things that Jesus Iike unto them, snyln. lie of put up n tho fcnn of n Btory It la inado tho subjects for a number uf j AtiocUtion. v ..v. .......... than 100 degrees, mid at less than many pooplo ilo not consider themirue, anil ino emiurcr. win no main profltnblo Inngungo lcrsons ns well ih.w ii m. T has been previously hinted In simmering point, ISO degrees. It la selves responsible lictlcr by the leruon that even plants ns subjects for drawing exorcises, these articles that meat need not hnrd. Itolllug makes II tough and Infor. It costs so n f thn Tma mli.nM.1 nf Mm fnnrilnf digestible; hence It can readily be form a purt of every menl-- lii IHlle, nnil Is so flvo thousand marks a crisis In tho fact, the majority of people will seen thnt eggs should never be boiled common, Hint the llfo of Jesus. (John CMC). Tho humanfor Their Ride have better health If they abstain If their digestibility Is to be retnlned world does not ity of Jesus Is shown In that as soon I he term from II call cntlug oficncr than onco In even n moderate degree, Its vnlue. as ho had performed that mlrnclo ho It was a bright, still day In Into thickets that they could scarcely live. n day. 'I ho suggestion has nl.so been "soft boiled" or "hard boiled" should ....... 1, ,1..1na limn lint If our Savior's H..I 1 made that meat substitutes, such 'as never be npplled to eggs; rather, "soft a8 ul tra"'""' words be true, that semi, away tho multud.,V white hi ,,ut. ?"'c w,f ?TS". l "every for Helds Just to soj what tho birds am! a llttlo food about their3, to see if dishes In which eggs, beans, checso or cooked" nnd "hard cooked" would Idlo "Into a mountain to pray" To wo d thanksgiving! to nnlnmls and plants wcro doing. Thcro animals that wanted to eat It would nuts form the chief Ingredient, bo tor be used. The custom of boiling men that rvcd at least two meals a day. Tho eegs three minutes Is nn unwise one shall speak, they pray .1. VJ..:".u to ."m...;.r this had been a number of hard frosiu, carry them off, strength ways In which the materials to follow. This Is the scleuline methshall glvo account new temptation, (John 6:11, 1C); to and tho leaves on tho trees wcro be- "When It wan ready to cat, they variety of may bo used is numerous, nil that Is od for cooking eggs In the shells, and In tho day of Judg- pray for thoso whom ho had fed; Ktlnng to fait quite fast. I had walk- - called to tho animals to coma and need cil being n little Ingenuity In coin when It Is followed even the hard egg, ment," talking Is and surely to pray for his chosen ones , am, waa ,nBrv whtll get t. Tho Coon and tho Possum blnlng them will) oilier Ingredients In cooked until Its yolk enn be grated, pretty serious bus- thnt they might understand him and' C(, a all order to obtain satisfactory results. will be found perfectly digestible: I saw not far from mo, a largo per- - climbed Into the treo and ntc iness. his mission, ''""Glng full of fruit. I that they wanted, and shook mow Some people who are fond of hearty It Is said of Soft Cooked Egg. disciples Into Jesus had taken his and tho Habblt foods nnd ment flavors aro loath to Samuel that "Tho th o mountain for their own Allow one pint of water for two good. Boon "i"1 my hot full of preslmmons down for tho !.ord let nono ot (Mnrk 6:31) and now ho sends them and was seated upon an old rail who could net ciimo. jno oirus enma seo tho meat platter depart from the eggs. I lent In double boiler until wahis words fall to tho ground," In oth- away lest they yield to tho ndvlco.t nnd got a sharo to... Of course tltcy table only to- reappear onco a day, ter In tho outside part or utensil Is under tho trees eating them. er words, none of them wero lost, tho Importunities, of tho crowd and Tliero waa no ono near, but I carried much of It away and, when For such perrons It will be necessary boiling. Temperature of water In Inbut all found their way to their proper consort with them In their doslro to Put Uhoy had eaten tho flesh, they drop- - to practice the virtue of patience, ner vessel will be ISO degrees. do Bp0(O mako the other dishes substantial and In eggs with n spoon, destination, did their appointed work mako Jesus a temporal rather man a n,ono to myself, as I oftenWOO(,8 when let , tho fl(.,(la or anJ pod our babies to tho ground, for appetizing mil occasionally tnkc n few stand over lire for six cover nndminand returned Inden with blessing to spiritual King. to eight ucn a coursa wouiu "It Is certainly ftno thnt this wo made tho coat around them so lessons on food values. Beans, nuts utes If liked soft cooked, thirty minthe God who gave them. have precipitated matters. Hut In his treo In tho Saviour's prayer recorded In How hard that nothing liked to cat them. and cheese all contain n larger per utes for hard cooked. The same rebears such need fruit. solitude as ho prayed, Jesus was many peopla enjoy It, nnd how many Somo ot tho lazy Persimmons would cent of protein limn meat nnd, com, sult may be obtained by havlngwater John 17, Me says, "Father I barn watchful of his own. the work which Thou gnvest getting not make food to nut around their blncd ns they oflen are with other boiling In saucepan. Slip In eggs nnd It keeps from Ho had sent them Into tho storm (animals Me to do." Finished! Not a word to nvold a greater danger, would ho hungry!" babies, but they died out long ago. protein food, ore really moro nutritious remove saucepan to back of range left uiivald, not a deed undone, ot not watch over them? So with manyl where water will not boll ngatn. Eggs many liotnicn Ihf.v nl! Ilntl tn stnV at than meat "Ves, wo do food a groat all that was given Him to do. How a testing In our lives. They seem Cheese Is n food rich In nutriment It perfectly cooked should be placed and hungry creatures," ea!d a voice Boina- - home." unfinished and Incomplete do our lives contains more than twice ns much tis kept In water nt a temperature of 175 , severe. but how little we know of the wh .1mt mt, ,g "Many other plants do tho satin sue building material than meat and degrees. th t , seem If! comparison. Ho wo have , greater Talking Is a very potent agency for saw (v. danger distress missed. for their babies. Whether they learn a large per cent of fat But because It r. " Nothing Is more tempting for breaklong before 18) their , good. When wo see how persuaMvo ed) It from us, or wo learned It from Is a concentrated food It gives the dl fast than a light, fluffy omelet, so they saw their relief (v.19). Jesus LilllllV inti. nu iiuvu U JllUCil u.ii-vtnd forceful some men aro In pregestlve organs considerable work. Ono tender that It almost vanishes at a tliom, I do not know." know teason." need of prayer. senting a business proposition, how know tho of solitary prayer Jesus must I am never surprleed when tho as ho "You think that apples, peaches reason for this Is because the curd of touch. Tho secret of a good omelet tho need eloquent In pleading a political cause, the milk has been hardened by h'eat In Is to beat much air Into the eggs and so It was that while wild things answer mo, so I said in anil grniies aro mado for you, I wo cannot but wish that their talonta pass this crisis,prayer tho process of making, being they wero dis- return, "Will you not toll me your ho lingered In but you aro wrong. All of thew closely pressed. Grated besides bro then apply a moderate temperature In wero consecrated to the service ot or finely tressed till "tho fourth watch," near reason? I nm anxious to know.'' trees make tho fruit to pay nnimnlrf ken cheese Is more readily digested rooking that the albumen may not bo Christ. And whatever one may think daybreak. toughened. The air In the eggs will "Very gladly, el:" was tho reply. for carrying their babies to places than that served In larger pieces. expand about women speaking In meeting, by the heat nnd be retained by Ill Considered Test. cerin'nly out of meeting women have "Do you know what tho3o thlng-- t whero they can do better. Of course. Cooking also Increnses the Indlgcstlbll the albumen ns It Is hardened. My It Is not strange that they did not a fluency and fervour which would recognlzo Jesus. Ho often comes to which you hnvo Jutt thrown to tho men mako tho fruit larger by car Ity of cheese, and for this reason In favorite recipe for an omelet, which make tbom vnluable allies of any i us In ways we do not at first recog-- , ground really anft?" ing for It, nnd by planting only thesn may be served with tomato, cheese or cause vhlch they might espouse. CERMFPTM WHICH SKIM LINING oyster sauce, Is as follows: "I mipiioso that they aro baby to kinds which aro best for them ways that at first terrify us, CHICK CK WS. A single word THE SHELL fitly spoken has nlze. In I answered, remembering eat, but WE mako It because wo loto he does not leave us long 1n susPlain Omelet. often changed ono'a whole career. but I We read, he "straightway" what I had learned from the baby our children." SHELLS Four eggs, half teaspoonful of salt Bald n noble man, "If I hnve been pense. a few grains of pepper, four table- "Somo plants glva their babies happy or usoful In the world. It la rescued them "It Is I; be not afraid." Dean. 7L spoonfuls of water and one tablespoon- due largely to a chance question from Notlco ho assures them first who It Is "You aro right," cald she. "You wings with which to fly; others pro rui of butter. Separate yolks from a stranger. I was a poor boy and a that Is near, "It Is I." They recognize Beeni to know something about plants. vldo them with hooks and spears with whites. Heat yolks In a bowl with cripple. Watching a game of ball tho tones of bis familiar voles and then they wero ready for his words)1 thought that ycu did when 1 heard which to hang to animals and bird. a Dover beater until thick: add salt one day with onvlous feelings, a man nut I tninK our way is much better, of confidence, "be not afraid. So uod J'u talking to youraeir.' pepper nnd water. Heat whites until at my stdo said to me, 'You wish you "hach seed Is a baby and we Wo do good to nil that help us, nnd stiff, cutting and folding the yolks Into were In the place of those boys, do speaks to us In tho hour of out TWISTED WHITE , darkest saying "Lo, I am with plants want to caro for our babies as 1 think that is the right way." trial, you notr 'Yea, I do,' was the an- them until tho mixture Is blended. CORDS ' HICII KEEP . a an SPACE" FORMED YOLK STEADY much ns you want to caro for yours. "Look at that ground Squirrel now, swer. 'I reckon Ood gave them their Melt butter In omelet pnn. nnd when ' BETWEEN SHELL From tha parallel account by Mat We put tho sweet flesh around them will you. Ho is slipping off with ono moaey and hoaltti to cnablo them to moderately hot turn In mixture, spread AND THE SKIN we read of for evenly, plnce on range where It will bo of some use In the world. Did It thew (Matthew 11: their own goed, and not for tho of my fruits. Ho will carry it down ever occur to you that He gave you Peter's attempt to walk upon the wa good of nny creatures that may eat tho fence to hia hole, eat tho flech cook slowly about twelve minutes. your lame leg for the same reason. , ter. Ills rash and til considered test - , Keep the temperature low until the and leavo my babies to grow In the , j,., . of tho reality of Jesus' presence. Thcni'1tn m.t,. . i Inst minute, when It may be raised "Hut your babies do not eat It. spring. When tho farmer finds some Ply. Hut I could not get his words wo w "lm 08 h too compares hlm-- l to brown the bottom. When well perslmmcn3 and taking. I tald, "and It does not keep them young growing thero out of my mind. My crippled leg ,elf wl,h lno '"'ery puffed put pan In a moderate oven to ofr ot Jc,ua beKlna t0 lnk' warm. It It escapes being eaten by after awhile, ho will wonder how Ood's gift, to teach me patience and bls c'os cook the top that Is. until omelet Is strength! I did not believe It, but I'!tcr'B sharp, piercing cry; his dear, ' 8onlo hungry nnlmol It will rot Ions tho seeds got there. He does not know Arm to the touch. Urease, cross the I was a thoughtful boy, and the more definite, appeal Is at once answered before they wako In tho spring." top and fold. Serve at once. how smart old mother Persimmon Is, ,nto I thought of It the more I was con- - . "d JeBU" ,end" h,m Baf8,y back "Quito right asiln." answered 'does ho?" Cheese Custard. vlnced that the stranger had told the ,no hat you do not j Tho old treo laughed as though Ilnlf cup of cheese, three eggs, two IIow different Is the ilcturo once mother Persimmon, "but truth. It worked on my temper my cups of milk, salt and pepper and thoughts and at last upon my actions. Je8UB was ,n the boat, and how soon understand. "If all cf my children jsho wero very happy and I got down slices of buttered bread. Heat eggs, homo ! ,hy ched 'he goal toward which should stay near mo, they would from tho fence and started The Idea has sweetened and blessed adding salt, pepper, milk nnd crated they had been struggling, (John 6:19, soon crowd each other bo that all with my hat full of fruit. My chil my life." all cheese. Then pour over slices of but I OH 1 .. an., nna la at inn If OnV fnm would die, or at least becomo very dren would eat It, and tho baby Per I. -- " " conversation seems to ba , tered bread and bake In moderate oven, almost a lost art In some quarters. Is fruitlessly tolling against wind and weak. Long ngo, before my peoplo Simmons perhaps would Hvo to grow following method of baking custard. How seldom does one hear th ,nh. wave, only let them take Jesus on learned to put food around their ba- In a new country far from FIC.3 the bat a simple dessert is a baked a bies, they boccmo so crowded Into Ject broached In public places like hoard and soon they will reach mother treo. custard! It Is a favorite with almost a drawing room, or at a dinner nartv . Ba, inaing piace, IFIs. 1 Illustrates composition of an tee: every person when baked until firm. Tho disciples were amazed and even when all the people present are Fur. Z. tests for freshness of an esc with no Indications of watcrlnesa. Fig. S. that nine eees. pound professing Christians! Riding In the tholr hearts wero hardened (vv. Gl, How Different Insects Make Their Fuinnj Noises And yet, possibly because It Is so simbtans, fourteen ounces beef, cars with a stranger one day I opened 52), and this even after the creatlvo pound bread and pound cheese ple. It very often appears more llko the subject ot religion. After a wbllo mlrnclo of foedlng thp flvo thousand-w- hy quais one quart or milk In food value. curds tho grows discouraged, but keeps It up In an Interesting artlclo In and whey than the article which even October so? It Is evident that he admitted that be waa a member Woman's Homo Companion, night nnd day; and I Bupposo her all dishes requiring cooking the cheeso tho name Implies. of a church. "If that Is the case," I thoso nearest to him did not appre- appears lever takes the will for tho deed and should be subjected to as little beat as Tho secret of success Is In the meth tho following: said, "why didn't you talk to me like hend tho truo meaning of this miracle, possible. There Is a large amount of od of Cooking. The oven should be "Many of tho llttlo folks of field loves her Just tho same. a Christian, and not compel me to on tho contrary their hearts were hara "Another fiddler Is tha fat tn cheese, nnd cooking fat changes moderate, only hot enough to brown a and forest hnvo flno musical Instru dened, e. g., blind. work so long to And out your " Spiritual Application. "Peoplo don't do that down our ments, nnd play on them night and cricket. Ills tuno Is loud and shrill. its character, breaking It up Into glyc piece of white paper In twenty minway," said he. "If I would speak Tho real Interpretation ot Christ's day, for throo or four months of tho Ono tuno by night, ono by day, Ir. erin nnd fatty acid. For this reason utes, nnd the dish containing the cusan rat used for cooking purposes tard should be set In a pan of hot wa to a man who came Into my store, miracles Is not that we are to be year. Tho d grasshopper, his rule. He baa even been known on the subject of religion, what do amazed at tho material manifestation or true katydid, Is tho leader ot tho to change his noto when tho clouds should not be heated longer or to a ter on several folds of paper to equalhigher degree than necessary. A very ize the temperature and prevent the you suppose he would think of me?" but that wo are to see tho spiritual band. Ho has two sets ot wings, tho darkened the sun for a while. In tho delicious supper or luncheon dish in custard boiling. would probably think you were lesson and application. "He Inday. Somo Insects beat little drums which cheese Is used In combination for Baked Custard. a Christian," I replied. "Well, no It was a different reception Jesus outer ones used up flying, tho when they want to mako music. The with cooked macaroni, eggs and milk tho bow and ner ones mako Genne-sarFour cups of scalded milk. Ave eggs. one talks about religion down our received when they reached Ucuct has two tiny Is known as macaroni loaf and Is made f way, not even the ministers. Wo Near tho baso of theso Inner seventeen-yea- r cup of sugar, (vv. Thcro ho Is recog-nlze- d teaspoonful of salt and a little grated nutnever hear from them on the subject, of strong drums fastened to his abodcmA as follows: at once. There they flock to wings Is fastened sot meg. Beat eggs, add sugar and salt except from the pulpit." Macaroni Loaf. him with their sick ones and Mark veins. When ho mcves them bo that They aro fixed firm and tight, and That Christians do not talk moro with a few deft strokes shows us the tho veins on tsacu wing rub together. t each ono is attached a strong of a cup of macaroni, and pour on slowly the scalded milk. about tho' thing ot the Kingdom Is plcturo ot a vast deal of healing. Nono It makes a funny llttlo wiry sound, musclo which tho Insect can tighten ono cup of cream, one cup soft bread Pour Into buttered baking dish or Into a constant surprlso to the unsaved, Is disappointed, for we read that as of n cup of butter, Individual buttered baking cups, sprin13 called 'grasshopor relax at will. It makes a sound crumbs, and often aa occasion ot doubt. Said many as touched him wero made nnd that Is what one tablcspoonful of red or green pep kle with nutmeg, set In a pan of hot something llko beating on a tin pan, per, one-haa skeptical lady to a friend of mine, whole. Ills healing Is not confined per's fiddling.' cup of grated cheese, one water and bake In a slow oven until "Our common llttlo green grass- and will drown out every other musi- tablcspoonful onion Juice, one table- - custard Is firm. Remove from pan "I will tell you why I am a doubter. today to a single person, nor limited hopper Is another lno player. His cal noto of tho summer day. I was In a sewing society last week. to a peculiar place or shrlno. spoonful of chopped parsley, tbreo containing hot water and set In cold. Forty ladles were present and every "Another queer player Is the death-watc- h eggs and one tnblespoonful of salt. In this lesson we see Jesus direct flddlo Is attached to ono wing, and Stews and Soups. ono a church member except myself. ing his disciples. Wo seo tho disciples ho uses his hind leg for a bow. On bettlo. Ho burrows Into old Cook the macaroni In boiling salted A few pounds of the clod or forearm I waa there three hours. We talked oneying mat direction even wougn Ji i wood, nnd makes a tap, tap, tap, a3 water until tender. Drain and rinse In aro excellent for a stew. Cut tbo meat this leg Is a lino ot llttlo bead-llk- o of everything down to crazy patchwork, led them Into contrary winds Wo ' of wnlch f a ho pushes along. Tho longlcorn boot-l- o cold . water. Scald tbo cream, add Into small pieces for serving. Plunge but not a word about Jesus. I can- see him as he walks Into them bring-salt. Into rapidly boiling water, set the ketproduces a rattling round by tho breadcrumbs, butter, pepper, Mr; CB. not believe that they see In Jesus lag relief, superior to boisterous wind "umb.cr of "n0 h.c'rfl'. grated cheese, parsley, onion Juice, tle over the simmering burner or a (rlcton Many then beaten eggs of his scaly neck. Christ any such beauty or power aa and wave. His presence brought urassnoppcr maws una icg oacK ami and macaroni. Lino very low fire will gs others of our falry-llk- o you speak ot. I am convinced that peace as It always does friends have a quart baking dish with buttered pa- again and cookwhere It until not boll to storm forth over his wings, his slowly meat Is Is a great deal ot sham In the tossed humanity. summer air. Ills poor musical arrangements that mako us per, turn In mixture, set tbo pan on tender. Salt and pepper may be added there His assurance is trill out on tho profession ot Christian people." that of bli own presonco (Matt, llttlo malo tries hard to mako tho think of fiddles. In fact, tho violins many folds of paper In a dish of water after the meat has bweu seared, nnd as That It requires tact and skill to 28:20), "It Is I; bo not afraid." We samo kind of mu:lc: oho goes through of our own uso wero probably and bake In a moderate oven from one-- tho water bolls away more should be carry on religious conversation, no see Josus answering the fear of the thft Bamo moiiono. but can nover suggested by thcso llttlo fiddlers of halt to of an hour. added. Meat li thus cooked In a small one can deny, but Is It not worth dlsclplos Eervo with tomato sauce. quantity ot water, and some of tbo produco a slnglo sound. Sho nover naturo." while to study the art until we beThis Is a lesson ot many applicaJulco ami flavor are In the liquid. Meat Tomato Sauce. come proficient In It T If we follow tions. Tho story Is clear and slmplo. is boiled In a large quantity of water Two tftblespooufuls of butter, two Paul's advice to the Colosslans, we Its values aro for oar comfort and HjEVER ADMITTED BEING SICK sovereign. On her way to tho royal teaspoon-fu- l by plunging the piece into the boiling f of Hour, always have something to say. help. The unseen Christ Is by our shall presence, six porsoao met her, each water and allowing It to boll three or teaspoonful of pepsalt, U we begin each day with David's side. Miracles? Thoy aro only won In an artlclo In tho Woman'p saying with assurance 'Tho Queen Iii per, one cup of stowed and strained four minutes. This closes the cut mus prayer, "Let the words of my mouth derful things, that is all Something Homo Comnanlon on "Princess 'Pat.' not III, only resting.' Finally cles, hardens the outside and keeps tbo she tomatoes, slice of onion and half a and the meditations of my heart be oeoon our oruinary experience,, o.ian of Qonnaug,,.. who by tho way ta o. capers. Drown flour and juices In the meat reached her destination; there lay acceptable In Thy sight, O Lord, my we discredit tho sunlight becaus a pin . In making soup tho method la exact- butter separate, then combine and add strength and my Redeemer," we shall point enters to blind the eye? Mlra- "nth,0 ,,0VT tnd m8 p0?,u,Br t0 m,a ,of , PW"- - Cook tomatoes with pieces a tho old her head, a lovelier appearing keep In touch with Ood. And If w c!es to the Christian are the mant- Is best for shauk or slice of on' u for a few minutes, then watch for souls as those that must testations of a loving God, they are Baya that th0 lato uccn Victoria was lady than at any ctnto function, 111 remove onion nnd add Julco gradually soupmaklng-p- ut Into cold water and give an account, we shall have oppor. what one would expect of the Christ averse to admit that sho was ever beyond all cavil. Still, Ignoring any to butter and flour. Cook thoroughly, salt added at once. This will draw out tunltles enough so that. In a short It he be the Christ. Let us look them HI. The author goca on: physical ailment, and Intending presthe Juices of the meat Into the liquid. then add capers. time, we shall find Christian convex squarely In the face and pass on, "A lady in waiting tells as ently to show herself In public, the Tho macaroni should be broken In The water should not be allowed to a real pUaaure to ourseJves atlon the light of a clearer and denco of this of an occasion when sho Queen explained, as tho others bad Inch pieces and cooked In a quart of boll throughout the entire tlmo of more beautiful day. and a blessing to 6tbers. cooking. If vegetables are used, they WM Bummontd to bolllpg water to which a tablcspoonful venerabi0 done, 'I am not 111, only resting.'" should not be added until the last hour. MRN&T10NAL OUR TEACHERS' DEPARTMENT for Story Religious Conversation SUNMrSTOL Lesson 1 Home Course In Domestic Science VII. ..... Substitutes For Meat. I I aoil ML Baby Plants That Pty t 1 m bet-nri- y ll.l j Lt j '" It. ... - sup-pes- r- S I 28-3- . I L. ' y one-ha- lt one-ba- it one-ha- flret-clas- posl-Hon?- loug-hotne- fld-dl- o. one-hal- a-- Three-quarte- one-quart- lf 1 .,. lovo-son- tbrce-qunrte- rs oue-bal- one-eight- h . "f"' ' -- Page Four. THE CITIZEN. COLLEGE ITEMS LINCOLN INSTITUTE DEDICATES MAIN October 3, 1912. 8oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 8 NEWS Chestnut's Whole Wheat Flour LOCAL PAGE OF BEREA. . AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES ooooooooooooo DR. BEST, DENTIST CITT oaoooooaooaoaooooa Siiro "There's a difference" then te to nnd "Savo It" by going Welch's. Advt. Ky., Mr. R. K. Moyc, of Conway, a former business man of Berea, has Just put in a new lino of general mer- rillINK IB3 over Berea Bank & Trust Co. chandise at the Walter Engle stand Office on Chestnut Street. Miss Estella Blcknell of Richmond visited with her parents on ChestDAN H. BRECK nut Street, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Holder and Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock llttlo child spent tho latter part of INSURANCE last week with Mrs. Early and family. Will sign your bond. - Phono 505 Richmond, Ky. A baseball gapie was played, Mon- South Bound, Local 8:15 p. m. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. ni. BEREA 7:00 p. m. 5:60 a. in. Knoxvllle North Bound, Local 7:00 a. m. 10:55 p. in. Knoivlllo 3:52 a. m. 1:07 p. m HERE A 7MC a.m. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati Express Train. Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., bus, O., and points beyond. South Bound. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati No. 32 will stop at Borea to on passengers for Dayton, O., take) IUch-mon- d, Colum- No. 33 will stop to take on sengers for Atlanta and points yond. BKRKA nrnrJ IklJ" 11;R5 n m. pas- be- - North Bound 4:46 p. m. 8:37 p. m. Cincinnati In the world is tho The biggest ono spent at Welch's. Advt. jhu.w Air. ana isiro. . .. .. vuiiuwj oiow, Inc of Plattsburg. Mo. . ' Hlatt arrived, Monday, acMrs. companied by her cousin, Master Paul Baker. They will be with relatives nnd friends In Berea and vicinity for a few weeks. The largest line of stoves ever shewn In Bcrc now, on exhibition at Welch's Advt. The Itev. and Mrs. James M. Combs stopped over In Borea. Monday, on their- way from a visit In Clay Counto their homo. Mr. Combs Is pas- ior of tho M. E. church at Science Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowman uf Lexington spent a part of last week with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Baker. Miss Nettle Oldham nnd Miss Rosa Clark were visiting ,n town Saturday and Sunday. keep Leather shoes at Welch's out ot the mire. Advt. Mr. Kldd Richardson stopped over from Saturday until Sunday la Berea on his way from Cincinnati to Tenn Z Zu .,r !day afternoon on Lincoln field, be tween tho College and town teams. Tho game was rather slow, due to of tho absenco of regular players both teams. Tho final score stood II to 12 In favor of the College team, lota for Bali. houses and Tw Houses new, well finished. Prices right. Apply to J. W. llosklns, Berea, Ky. Advt. Mrs. S. E. Welch and daughter, Hilda, left on tho fast train, Sunday, for Silver City, New Mexico. They stopped 2 or 3 days in Cincinnati. at Many of their friends gathered their home to bid them good byo nnd they were met by still more at tho depot. They exiect to spend tho win ter at Silver City, returning to Berea . , tUo Ilr8t ot Aprii M(ga pc Young cf Gray Hawk, vis lted for two days In Berea this w.3k. Miss Lillian A. Moore, a former head nurse at our hospital, but now connected with the work of tho Dutch Reformed church at Gray Hawk, Ky., spent two weeks hero visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hudson on Jackson St. W. J. Hudspeth, the evangelist now 'at tho Chr stlan church, will preach the Glades next Sunday at 3 p. m. All are welcome. Look for the new price list of "eyj openers." from Welch's Advt. While plowing ono day last week, subject of Dr. Roberts' sermon In tho Upper Chapel, Sunday night, was, "Why I am a Christian." Main Dr. Ralno preached In tho Chapel, Sunday night, on tho subject "Eternal Life." Mr. II. E. Taylor led tho Y. M. C. A. meeting Sunday evening, tho topic being "(letting There." Mr. Philip Davison of Roanoko, Vn., camo to Berea nnd entered school last week. Mr. Bllno Blake of Boothbay, Maine, arrived In Berea last Thursday nnd entered tho Colleginto Department. Berea Mr. Hugh White, a former student, who has been visiting his mother at Burning Springs, Ky., for a few weeks, stopped In Berea last week whllo on his way to Annaiwlls, whero ho has been nttcndlng tho Naval Academy for tho past thrco years. Tho Y. W. C. A. was held In East Parlor of Ladles Hall, Sunday evening at 6:30. Miss Anna Davison was "Right tho lender and tho topic, The. Have you tried it? It fills a lone felt want. It is made from choice selected grain only, whether in bread, gems or cereni, it is one Tho Lincoln Instltuto ot Kentucky nourishing foods. For your health's for colored youth has opened Its doors of natures most wholesome and Palace Meat Market and Grocery. nnd begun Its work. The main build- sake you ought to use It. At BUILDING, OCT, 16 ing will bo dedicated on Wednesday, Henry Oct, 16, with speeches by Wntterson, Pres. Frost nnd others. A good many peoplo aro planning to go from Berea securing rates nt nhout $1 for the trip. FINE CORN Rome Town Through tho kindness of Mr. J. C. a Tho Citizen has received gift of flvo ears of very flno corn COyle, THetosT MUST BEGIN PLANNING The City Deautlful EARLY of i carried out and adcqijaTa "highway established! public "buildings tan "be grouped In at least an orderly way, and a park system, mado up of well distributed and well balanced publlo grounds, can bo outlined for gradual nnd systematic development. All of these- -. clvlo element. Indispensable sooner or later to a progressive community, may be had In tho small city with relatlvo case and at slight cost. INFLUENCE OF TROLLEY CARS Have In Large Meur Annihilated Distance and Mad Comfortable Living Easier, ln days of old cltle were developed rnmnitctlv. for business was transacted In the Immediate presence Then came In the of the principals. telephone, making possible easy and quick communication between distant points. This Influence alone tended to the spread of city arcs to far at buslnest districts wero concerned, but It has remained for the trolley car to Choices." Mr. McCoy Franklin conducted the Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at tho Union Church, Sunday evening. Tho topic was "Missionary Boldness." Mr. Enill M. D. Bracker, former Supt. ot Berea garden nnd a graduate ot tho University ot Illinois, has n position In tho Oregon Agricultural College. Tho announcement of Mr. Bracker's niarrlago to '.Miss Ada M. Dlnkleman, also fonntrly connected with Berea, occurred In The Citizen a few weeks ago. Mr. S. W. Boggs writes that ho Is pleasantly located at Yolo University. Mr. Boggs Is taking a courso In tho ,t r - STOVES EVERYTHING in the way of STOVES now on exhibit at our Furniture, Rug and Stove awakening to tho Imperative In length and larger nround than the need of a different and better method other three; whllo the fifth, called of city making America Is following the precedent of other nations. Conn nubbin by Mr. Coylo, U eight Inago, In length and largo and well tinental European cities decade ches and "English and South American citgrained. recently, changed radically Mr. Coylo cultivated ono hundred ies moro municipal regulations and their yield on their s()uaro yards, nnd from tho method of building cities Tho splentills ho estimates ono hundicd a"d did results of their activity are now sixty bushels to tho acre. Ho says apparent to every citizen nnd visitor. that, whllo these samples nro better In the cltle of Germany ripccially than somo of tho cars produced, ho the results are largo and convincing. has no small corn and no poor corn, Transportation and highway systems, Innnd his object In presenting them to water front, harbor and dock. development, The Citizen la to huvo tho commonly dustrial nnd commercial home, parpublic recreation, better accepted notion, that the black land ticularly for fntnlllei of imall mean Is about Berea ubjcct uch great municipal refuted. these have been handled with mil and experience supported by law and public authority. SHORTJDITORIALS There are many misconception curMany of our readers have no doubt rent about town and city planning, but observed that for romo weeks wo have none I further from the fact than the notion that comprehensive plan are only for large cities. The reverie I the In big cltle nearer the truth In tho which was grown on Mr. Coyle's ears premises In Berea. Tho flvt wlgh soven pounds lacking one nnd ono half ounces, nnd thrco of them nro nearly thirteen Inches long nnd well filled out with lnrgo grains. Tho fourth car Is ten nnd ono hnlf Inches Wle Matter Thought Extending for Many Yean. a It .r.nuhit ! practically annihilate dlstanco to far It concerned. This ni residence figuratively bringing ha th resulted In country Into the city, for one may come to the center of Loi Angeles from many points without the municipal boundaries as quickly a ho may reach the same point from some part Ono may even of the city proper come as quickly from Santa Ana or Thua has the many of the beaches. trolley car made a great change ln the growth of the land, both ln city and country Ixs Angele Time. Sand for Children' Playground. The writer would much like to see towns, villages and the emallereen-- ' ters of population furnish sand'plles for the children. A few loads of sand would cost but little nnd mean much to n considerable number of children. Tho local schoolyard might easily be and the used for vacation playing sand plies built there. The school trustees would even be Justified In furnishing the tand from the general fund. It It tho duty of public offl- clnls to sen that the children got all the freedom and enjoyment possible and tho tree range of the school grounds, together with an ample ptle of sand, will do much for the little ones. Tho city of Ixndon hat reserved Kttle morn than 10 per cent of It area for park purposes, or 7,544 acres out of a total of 74.000 acre containfigure do ed In the county The not lncludo a number of parks within easy reach of the metropolis, tome ot them very large In ttie. Richmond contalnt 2. 469 acre and Kpplng Forest 8.C52 acres, and both are Immediately contiguous to the city, making a total of more than 15,000 acre reserved for the pleasure of London' millions Few Important cltle are so well provided with pnbHc parks. I i Hugh Llnvlllo, tho son of Mr. Wm. Llnvllle of near Bsrea waa accidentally shot thru tho thigh by a hired man who was "monkeying" with a u uiuukui. revolver, me ouy iu tno Berca college hospital Immedlat Jy ro-t- y, - after tne accmcnt and underwent an operation, having the bullet moved. Altho tho wound was a sen'Cu8 on0 tn0 Is getting along well. j jookB like overybody trades at it Welch's. Advt. j Lost A child's black umbrella on canipUs near Mis3 Pitt's schcoi room. please return to Mrs. Salile I iy of Do),eavlll(J a few day8 wlth c u 0gg an1 family, returned home, Tues-yo- u ,iaj been Mr n. Richardson has ln town on business for the ivast 8I)enUlng aJ finder l. WELCH'S School preparatory to Yale oiened her doors, Sept. 2Cth. Mr. Boggs was for threo years, until this vacation, ono of president Frost's secretaries. Miss Blanche Thurston, who was teacher ln music hero last year, Is now teaching music and other branches at Houghton, N. Y. Yalo Divinity Died aro comparatively condition and unyielding Comprehensive planning, especially with our present limited city charters and the hampering y laws of our states, can have only Influence ln larger limited places relieving only the worst clvlo condition, ameliorating merely the most acute forms of congestion, correcting but the grnvest mistakes of . Imaginathe past. Wide, tive planning. o far as large American cltle are concerned, mut be confined for the present mainly to the extension ot those cities and to tho betterment of what are really separate Mimmnnlltai nti Ihn nllt.klrt. But with amalt cities with a population ranging from 2.500 to 100,000, the case different. Comprehensive plan-- j nlng or replannlng may be to them of and permanent service. .There It carcely anything In the smaller placea that may not be changed. In small cltiea. for eiample, railroad approaches may be set right, eliminated water trade crossing front rtdecmcd for commerce or recreation or both, open space acquired sections, even In built-ui A satisfactory street plan can be nar-rowlmany-aidedI 1 I I ' I . Proportionate Park Arat. who Is working at Ettawa, Tenn., spent a few days with home folks in town last week. Mrs. Pearl Kitchen Is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. R. Baker, and oth?r relatives In Berea. Mrs. Wm. Bower was the fortunate lady who obtained tho set of dishes at Mrs. S. R. Baker's, Monday. MIsa Lauru Fagan of Augusta, Ky., visited, tho first of tho week, with her llttlo brother who Is attending Mr. Boaler Reynolds Sunday was observed as Rally Day In the Union church Sunday School and very Interesting and appropriate antral tiArn exercises wero held during tho SunSatMr. Win. Jesso Balrd spent last day school hour. The themo of the ELECTION OFFICERS urday and Sunday wlh his parents at exercises was "Loyalty to Christ, tho j Following Crab Orchard, Ky. Tno jjadlson County Board of Elec- - Blblo and tho School." Mr. Douglas Roberta, who has been ti0I1 commlsoionsrs announces tho fol this, Dr. Roberts preached a splenvisiting with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. owing officers for Berea for the cicc-- did sermon on "Lcyalty to God." H. Roberts, returned. Saturday, to tIon t0 ba heW NoVt ctll St, Joseph, Mo to rcsuino his work i Jt T scrtvner and John L. Gay, PLEASANT DAY AT BAPTIST Judges; T. .1. Osborne, Clerk; L. A. with Swift and Co. CHURCH Klngs-o- f Mr. J. R. Collier, traveling salesman, Davls. Sheriff. The officers for Tho Ladles' Missionary society of Knoxvllle, Tenn., spent Sunday nnd ton aro J. C. Vntcs nnd Jno. Powell, .Judges; John Crawford, Clerk; John the Baptist church met at tho church Monday at Boono Tavern. xuaupin, sntriir. uiuo lick, j Tuesday and had an all day sesThe WomanB Industrial will open, Flanery and W. A. Johnson, Judges; last sion. Oct. 17th. Quite n profitable year Is Thomas Hazclwcod, Clerk; E. S. Tor-ril- l, Tho morning and part of tho afterexpected. Sheriff; noon wero devoted to sowing. At thi Tho llttlo child ot Cam Lowls at wero close of tho meeting officers CLIO CLUB Narrow Gap died last Saturday. nominated for the year and will bo Tho Clio club met with Mrs. Best voted upon at a business meeting of on Thursday afternoon of last week. the church, Thursday evening. They Tho president, Mra. Marsh, spoko wero as 'follows: ftlrs. P. I), Evans, with enthusiasm of the work for tho president, '.Mrs. T. A. Robinson, Vice President, Mrs. Felton, Secretary and coming year. Tho programs, as made out by the Mm. Will Todd, Treasurer. At tho noon hour, tho ladles servcommltteo, consist of papers and discussions along civic, sociological nnd ed a bountiful lunch on the church literary lines. Tho meeting on Thurs- lawn to tho members of their famiday Included a rovlew of the policies lies and Invited friends. B. I week. You can get anything you want at Welch's Department Stores. Advt. a The derailment, Oct. 1st, of northbound L. and N. freight train of of several cars, threo miles couth Richmond, and Just ahead of the Cincinnati thru passenger train No. 32 due at Richmond at 5 p. m. tied up traffic six hours. No one was hurt. It's no difference what kind of stove you want, can get It at Welch's. Advt. Miss Jcscle Ralne who has been spending tho summer In England has ' returned home. missionary work. been devoting a column or two on tho second pngo to what should 1' termed editorial comment or short (editorials. We hopo to continue this practice and wo shall bo glad It the readers of Tho Citizen will take note of this pago and the topics that an discussed. Something will bo found every week of Interest to all. PREPARING THE WAY yu RALLY DAY AT UNION CHURCH Many children do not like the study of History. It Is often duo to the teacher and as often, iKisslbly, to tho text book. Tho American Book Comiiany Is Issuing a series ot historical stories that aro aimed to create an Interest In History on the part ot the child and nrenaro him for historical studies. Tho scries Is known as tho Colon- lal Stories, by James Otis, and cm- braces tho following subjects and books: "Richard of Jamestown' "Mary of Plymouth," "Calvert of FARM FOR SALE acres ot land on Richmond and On Monday last, students uf the Kingston plko, 2 miles from Berea, College, Academy, Normal, and Voca- for sale, g room dwelling, good well, tional IK'iartments of Academy grud- orchard and all necessary out houses. and above took tlu-lannual Moun- Writo, EUhu llickncll. tain Day outing. The wagons left at Berea. Ky., It. F. D. No. 1. eight unj ten, returning nt time Tho day tns everyand CO YCAItS thing that could huvu been desired, EXPEDIENCE weather conditions being ideal, and walking: parties went several In charge of Prof. Cromer, Prof, and '.Mrs Robertson, end Mr. and Mrs. Liven- good nnd enjoyed n "hike' out to TnADC MAftfts Indian Fort Mountain, uhero the parDrftiaNS ty finally assembled and at noon u rnvnir.uTi mnA Amrir4Ul mm? a mnna firittitr akairh substantial lunch was served to n i; frt wltilir ma qulrhtr arrlalii mir tttTm(ln u 'futiblf iitiU hungry crowd of students. HfiNOhOOK onl'iimu nt fro. OMctl fnrjr Ut txruruttf rttonta UktMl IhrouiU Xunii A Co. Mcvltt tt?Uj fwf U$, without cfearito, lu th Not the Only Sufferer. Th domesticated ostrich had Jnst been rellevod of his "tips." "Trimmed A iuidnm1r lllntrt4 Hn 4klr. again!" he groaned. "I wonder why CuUlUtl if anr rintl0fl "irut1. 1 fruit. SI rtirt rur nontb, IL tM4 Jt the S. P. C. A. doesn't agitato for MUNN & Co.36'0"""- -'- Hew York antltlpplng legislation?" MOUNTAIN DAY SO r four-thirty. ' ffnfil m ltn. Scientific American. 1Ttt liuocb offlv. rdlrt. ' ' ' dr PL, Vf uhlugion. II. C. j JUST A WORD ABOUT ' ( t. THE RACKET STORE MRS. Maryland" and others. Tho Editor of Tho Citizen has been favored with nir advance copy of the story In this series dealing with curly Kentucky history, entitled, "Hannah of Kentucky." The llttlo volumo Is delightfully suited to children from the 3rd to of tho 0th grades. Tho early life Kentucky Is portrayed In such fash-Io- n as to appeal to the childish mind and heart. The book can bo used to good advantage by teachers as a supplementary reader and also should find a place ln children's libraries. Ladies' Suits As this is our first season to sell Ladies' suits, we are offering remarkable values, just to get the public acquainted with our line made by "The King Garment Co." We also have a new and line of Cloaks and Skirts. It will pay you to see them before you buy. up-to-da- te I EARLY of the threo political parties followed by discussions which left all ot tho samo opinion still. MARKETS FOR NUTS Tho College Forestry Department, Prof. Clark In charge, will take nuts this fall and market them at the best prices obtainable, retaining e email coinmlBston for the service. God Bends nuts, jet everybody save them. Further notice soon. 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 BILtVKRV CayU 9tms, MJw U. 1. ROBERTS, SC. d t Pro. ! s HAYES BEREA '"USe CS, Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY fUaa 57, October 3. 1912. has written for Berea the description this Fcrt, a Illustrations, Printing School vlllo of tho publication Filson Club of Louisville a ndorned vlth of number of from which wo quote: "On tho oat tho top of this mountain Is reached by a neck or rldgo nearly a mllo In length. At a point whoro this rldgo or neck finally reaches tho top of tho mountain, theso ancient peoplo constructed a clone fort by tho erection of a wall across tho neck of tho rldgo. This stono wall Is thrco hundred and n feet In length. This Btonowork, slacked up on the mountnln Bldo, at bouio places sixty feet from tho lower .base of tho wall to tho top of tho embankment, and rlsea four or flvo foot abovo tho natural surface within tho opaco to bo fortified, making an embankment or parapet of considerable prOiortlono behind which tho defenders could stand. Homo of tho stones enter Into this Btructuro which were brought from the valley below, where limestone of a character found In tho walls could havo been quarried. Somo of thcao weigh as much as flvo hundred iKiunds, and they must havo been carried on Btlcks by two or moro men up tho mountain side, unci then deposited In their Whllo many places In tho wnlls. limestone blocks were used In conelghy-Hevemea-oiircs THE CITIZEN. Page iMVe and near' will remember this grcAt day, and rom amber that by their presence they may add Inspiration to tho occasion leading this great ship of Negro education on tlio high seas for a great history. A. Eugeno Thomson. When Will Our Merchant 6 Department of Berea College (The Citizen it a specimen of our work.) PIUNT3 HEADS, HAND-niLil-- Marine Again Come Into Its Own? Years Ago Our Flag Floated Over Rarely Seen Now ' Many-Vessel-s A Republican View Continued from First rage LETTKIV REPORTS, BUR. CAIID3, M0N8 AND D00K8 IN THE IJES1 MANNER, AND AT L0WK87 PRICKS. Tour patronage la asked to help ftudents, and to Insure jour getting your money's worth, g tho Ilcpubllcau party In political affairs. Ho has believed In Its nobis origin and creditable history; haa counted It tho servant ot tho peoplo legislation; admired In progrosslvo In Its administrative ability when as office; and regarded its leaders men of ability and conscicnco. Hi: community cannot rts much vlJual iiomc, and the homo rises only by the pull of the community regulations or by the Initiative of a few especially Individuals. Ellen lllchards. 80ME GOOD ENTREES. CALL AT THE OFFICE Oil SEND ORDERS DY MAIL. YOU WILL GET SATISFACTION. DRESS TERMS CASIL AD Pertinent Questions It was a matter of satisfaction when ho moved to Kentucky to know that was tho section whero ho located Hcpubllcan In Its ocutlmcnt and Intimately connected with tho origin on of tlio party. It was a pleasure tho his first arrival to sharo In adtriumph of a new Itcpubllcnn ministration. Now It grntes hard on tho car to hear that party and administration so violently assailed, to to see Its members deserting, hear It caricatured as dying or dead and to read tho discreditable epithets attached to tho namo of Its chief executive. Tho chango In four years has been great Indeed. Most of the Berea Printing School BEREA. KY. ssBsJ Photo by American Press Association. Dy Commodore E. C. BENEDICT. Traveler and Explorer Thcro Is such a diversity ot food combinations, of fritters and vegetables, meat and fish used for entrees, that ho Is Indeed hard to please who cannot find ono to his taste. Pickled Fish. Cut Into pieces for serving any kind ot white fish, boiled and cold. Doll a pint of vinegar with f a bay leaf, ono tcaspoonful ot cloves and a tabiespoonful each ot allspice and pepper corns twenty minutes. When It Is cold pour over tho pieces of boiled fish. When ready to serve, pour off tho vinegar and garnish with parsley. Sardines dipped In fritter batter and one-hal- Houses to Rent l'0 w structing this painpct, sandstone, which abounds In tho mountain top, To thee who have children to edu Is tho prevailing material. Tho forticite and with to reside In Birea foi fication Included tho whole mountain top and contains four or flvo hunm longer or ehorter time to enjoy It dred acres of land. It wns nnturally educational advantages, the Collegi defended by precipitous bluffs exnock cept at six polnto. First tho haa number of houses, large ant on which tho wall was creeled; then small, some of them partly furnished, about half a mllo duo enst, In a sort cove, whero thcro Is n gradunl to rent on reasonable terms. Addrssi of thes'j ascent from tho valley ancient engineers discovered a pregnable point, and for about seven hunfeet they dred and twenty-fiv- e THE COLLEGE TREASURER erected n second stonework built In tho same manner as tho other. BEREA, KY. This second wall extends from the end of ono bluff ciound a curvo In tho cove to the end of another bluff, and at ono end of It thcro Is now In perfect form what tho writer hai seen nowhere else in Kentucky, with ono exception that Is, regularly laid courses of ctono. Part of this Inr courso has been thrown down by Norse Training School of tho accretion cf vcgctablo mold and the enrth behind tb.3 wall and by Berea College rKin nf iho earth where tho wall ...! Aimnt thirtv or fortv feet ot Following HAS BEST OPERATINO ROOM lt still remains Intact. this bluff which overlooked this stono AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES wall laid In regular courses, and tmv. FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMBER cling around the sldt- - of the mountain OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREAT for n mllo and a quarter, there was a scaling ME NT GREATLY INCREASES PROS no ixilnt at which without ladder It would havo been imsslblo PECT8 Or RECOVERY. for nn Invading force to reach tho top. Hero another chort stono wall Rate One Dollar a day and op. had been erected guarding a narrow Bond for prompt payment required difllo N'twecn two projecting bluffs, fllo up which an enomy In slnglo ror further particulars address might havo reached this portion of tho top of tho mountain. This wall THE BEREA HOSPITAL wos not moro than fifteen or twenty tho feet In length. Upon ono of BEREA, KY. which It extended, rHffH, between wero some curious as well as pa- thetlc remains. Tho path or defilo nlong which the Invndrrs must nec- BEREA'S INDIAN FORT warily npproach to reach tho top Tlio Indian Fori which lit to Iw of tlii mountain pns3cd directly un- tho sceno of a Becond "Mountain Day" dor tho foot of this ovct hanging cliff. next Monday Is tho largest monument On this particular point there were of tho ancient pioplcs who once In- piled a large number of stones, evihabited Kentucky t bo found with- dently plnrrd thsro at the time this in tho borders of tho slate. It Is an fortification was manned, for defense. They wero of Irregular shapes and aer-'olavatod tableland of several with precipitous cldcs to that nn at- clzta, weighing from flvo to twenty-flv- o pounds, and had evidently bjen tacking party could not reach It at u very fsw places. In theso placed by the warriors Just ns tho places In Homo far back tlmo men nuthor saw them, t" bo thrown down aro now forgotten plied up wnlh UKn tho Invaders wl'o might s'k a by this lo(llo to enter tho strongas to make, th cnilro area hold. With como knowledgo of dcfcnslblo stronghold. Tho placo h.is been sometimes military matters, tho writer thinks wrongly called Rcbo's Mountain, M- -. nothing short of ouo thousand men Uobo won a lk'rcn student who wan would havo adequately mnnned this for n tlno head "f our Woodwork D". fortification so as to make It secure partmcnt, and for a few years own- against tho npproach of an enemy. and ed this mountain. Tho rcul Kobe's A few flints picked up here Mountain, howovcr, whero ho made there, nnd an ax or two, are all tho his homo nnd died 1b tho ono Imme- remains that would I ml lento that tho diately northwest of tho Indian Kurt. men of tho Stons Ago Inhabited this Col. Dennett II. Young of Louts- - spot." THE Berea Hospital ex-co- pt $3 . T 1G- - kg JUfe hao already discreditable things servo on toast been said and It Is time to tako acFish Timbales. To each cup of count of stock. It Is surely pertinent tho creamed fish, salt or fresh, add ono to raise tho question whether egg, and seasoning If causes are adequate to explain this Pack In buttered cups, or In chango ot sentiment. Hasn't tho one dish, president carried on his high office enough toand steam or bake until firm shipping is exactly reversed. turn from the molds. courtesy. Hasn't with dignity and Chicken Timbales. Mix thoroughly AT BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA. RECENTLY I 8 AW AND COUNTED ho accorded to all a fair hearing and one pint of chopped chicken, one cup FIFTY-FOULARGE OCEAN GOING STEAMSHIP8 ANCHORED JUST given to every Interest Its duo conof stalo bread brumbs or chicken stufOUT8IDE THE HARBOR WAITING TO ENTER THE WHARVES, 8IX sideration as tho chief executive ot fing, t tcaspoonful ot mixed OR SEVEN MILES LONG, ALREADY OCCUPIED BY OTHER STEAMa great peoplo with diverse and var- herbs, saltspoon of pepper, half a of salt, a cup of milk or stock SHIPS. THERE WAS NOT AN AMERICAN FLAG IN THE LOT, ied Interests and opinions Is bounj Celery Bait, and two beaten eggs. WHILE NEARLY EVERY OTHER COUNTRY WAS REPRESENTED. to do? Hasn't he sought to cayenne, parsley, onion and lemon harmony that the people might How long is this condition to continuo, and how can tho situation Juice also may be used for seasoning. bo prosperous? And hasn't tho coun- , Pack In small molds, well buttered, bo remedied ? To ono who knows so littlo about tho details as I do it , try been prosperous? and steam fifteen minutes. Turn from seems simple. Repeal all tho legislation which alono has driven this tho molds and servo with or without Learn Wisdom from History great rich country from tho sea and restoro tho legislation which mado Should an administration be discred- sauce. A most delicious entree may be this comparatively poor country of 1849 a MONARCH OF THE ited becauso It has not done all tho prepared from the canned fish balls. peoplo want? Havo the Amerlcau A hot white sauce in which to heat OCEAN. peoplo bocomo restlcES and eager and pour around them, is served with toj them. They are so delicate and It Is not for speedy change? LINCOLN INSTITUTE OPEN DOORS 'to b0 rcgrettcd 18 that tno InaUtut0 hopeful a sign In a Republic. What spongy that they appear to be someIs In need ot somo friends to give president over succeeded In satisfything quite unusual. Lincoln Instltuto ot Kentucky at least a hundred thousand dollars ing the people? Washington did not, opened its doors for studenU, Tucs- - with which to pay tho debt which for ne retired from office angered vvuuu a great maif nas noccsforuy ocen incurred lor ana pained by tho heartless cnu- ua'' ""ODcr details of preparation aro still Incom building and equipment, and to pro- - cam of his pe;ple. Jefferson did plete, yet along main lines the Instlvldo for needed enlargement, not tor he retired chagrined by the not reduced, but tho burdens wero Quite Tho Instltuto plans to dedicate Its hop, r ,i efforts to nrevent war distributed In a way that Is less burtuto Is ready for business. a company of students had been on 'grounds and buildings with proper and wjta England. Lincoln did not for densome. And a basis for future tariff tho grounds for a week, engaged in Imprcsslvo ceremonies on Wednesday, no was tho most abused man of his legislation was laid which must oe cleaning tho buildings and other wont October 16th. A tent seating a thou- - timo becauso ho did not bring things followed by any piesldcnt or parly In connection with tho Institute. Th3 sand persons will bo erected on tho to 1)ass a8' quickly as the peopH who hopes to accomplish satisfactory tho ' wanted. Cleveland did not, for his results. and workers nre all plaza in front of Berea Hall, teachers Prominent truo merlt was only discovered ot- In their places. Tho outlook Is for a administration building. Past Record a Good Prophecy full term with which to begin tho speakers from within nnd without tho 'ter n 8tormy administration had long If such Is the record of a first adhistory of tho Institution. A picked ctato will be prcstnt Special cars CBe n s tho teaching of our past ministration, when comparatively lit-l- o company of tho finest young peoplo will run on tho lnterurban lino ana history that an administration may Is generally expected, what might from all over tho stato is gathering. all preparations mado to accommofall to meet tho expectations of the wo not hope t3 see accomplished If Its date a great throng. It Is hoped that peoplo and yet bo most worthy of tho administration was allowed Tho now Institution will begin to Instltuto from tor approval and support. It Is altogether carry to completion measures of prowork well equipped. Tho only thins tho friends of tho too easy to allow & multitude of dls- - gressive legislation already begun? contents to overbalance the real and i j Responsibility for Both Divided ' substantial achievements esDeclally The clash ot political method that J when ' such discontents aro magnified culminated In tho Chicago convenin tno near, or, political rivalry. tion rightly challenges tho attention , Much Credit Due Administration of tho American people. Wo ought to Can Republicans allow the impresremember, however, that tho situasion' to pass current that their ad- tion was unusual, that It resulted from ministration is a failure In tho light tho heat ot a nominating campaign of what It has been able to accompand Is In no bcuso a fair expression lu of Republican principles In political lish? Keforma have been made tho public service which have saved method. Tho morlts ot tho question money for the people. The imporaro, to say the least uncertain, since tant subject of taxation has been con- equally good and Intelligent men difsidered, corporations have been made fer and tho responsibility for tlio to bear a heavier part of the burden situation should bo a divided ono. and a plan for an Incomo tax . has Mr. Macy, a student of government, been submitted to tho states for ap- says that political method has not proval. Tho great lines of transpor been. Is not and cannot well bo the tation havo been placed under better basis of party lines. control by increaso in tho power of j No Time to Desert tho Interstate Commission. Navr What Is tho present duty of Rehavo the laws against trusts and mon- publicans? It Is the opinion ot tb3 opolies been so vigorously and Imparwriter that they should pull together tially enforced. A plan for currency as never before. It Is no tlmo to reform adequato to prevent financial desert. It Is no tlmo to retreat becrises has been proposed along lines fore things that may bo said but not that all students of finance know, to proved. It Is not a time to be scared bo correct. Tho work on tho Panama by fear ot defeat, cr to yield to tho Canal, tho largest work ot Internal tho persusaslons ct friends. It is a Improvement ever projected In Amtlmo to stand firm. Thcro Is strength erica, has been carried on with an In tho Republican party. The achievehonesty and efficiency nover 'equal- ments of well tested principles of ed oven In small affairs. Our natur- government outweigh the promises nnd of those untried. Tho restless spirit al resources In lands, forests been safeguarded. minerals havo ot discontent Is Just the thing that Laws havo been passed for tho welbids us be careful. MILLARD FILLMORE. fare of labor, ono placing liability on before ' There Is plenty of tlmo The thirteenth president of tho United States succeeded to the presidency employers nnd others securing great- - November and for sober thought it tils death of Zachary Taylor, July 0, 1N.10. He was born In Cayuga county, er safety In conditions of labor. Tho tho Republican causo will benefit N. Y., In 1800. For many years be prnetlivd law at IlurTalo. Ho served set-- I constitutional limit has boon reachnil terms In congress and was elected vice president on tho Whig ticket with ed In tho Interests of our childhood by this tlmo and thought. t Zachary J. R. Robertson. Taylor In 1848. During his presidency diplomatic relations were life by the creation of a chlldrvns' established with Japan, and the famous slavery compromise measures were Bureau. In Foreign affairs, delicate passed. Fillmore was the candidate of the Know Nothing party In 1851. but He died In HutTulo diplomatic questions have been skillreceived the electoral vote of only ono state, Maryland. fully and successfully carried on with In 1874. England, Russia and Japan. Protection and position for our nation havo been by a secured reasonable BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE strengthening ot army and navy, and the cause of International peace has been carried to 'thn highest A COMPLETE LINE Are right here in the advertUaf point over attempted by man. Even col tun at of this piper. Hardware, PsJbU, Mewiaf Mackkts, Famiaf laplMMab, Gaseliae ud the tariff, which Is a chief source U what you're sellinf tut merit, Oil Steve, ud Groceries Is not so entirely a of discontent, ADVERTISEfor IT. you. An ad. will sell It failure as Is made to appear. We ad' GiveUg D. CLARKSTON mire the courage that undertook to revise It for wo know the difficulty MAM STJUtXT, lUirirliM.tXW.U'Vir.K.Ul of the task. The average ot duty waa wcll-bea'te- n R one-halpre-serI J , J ! I O ono who enn remember tho forest of shipping which in 1840 encircled Mnnlinttnn island, particularly on tho East river, nonrly nil under tho stars and stripes, it is exceedingly hu miliating to noto tho ALMOST ENTIRE ABSENCE OF THAT BANNER AT THE PRESENT DAY. At that period this country was just recovering from tho hard times resulting from tho Mexican war, yet our shipping merchants, who did 03 per cent of our foreign trade, mado fortunes which aro still enjoyed by their descendants. At present tho ratio of our foreign C fried In hot fat, then served with a hot tartar sauce, ore a pleasant variety to serve. Meat Dumplings. Season one cup of fine chopped cold meat and mix with tho unbeaten whites of two eggs. Shape in balls and drop Into hot water or tomato sauce for flvo minutes, and Foundations $ forFortunesP price,RiKht J. aCa" Pace Six . THE CITIZEN. s m October 3, ion. SHOULD WOMEN VOTI Outlook's Reason Why They Should Not. tho Tho "new party" confuses public by ft platform of moro than Blxty different planks. Among theso tho Plank for requiring political of women nwnkens ns much na any. Tho editor of tho Citizen personally Id not opposed to woman suffrago, though tho paper officially is. Tho Outlook, Mr. Hoose-velt- 's own paper, gives tho following list of objcctlonc: 1. Suffrngo is not a natural right. "1 It Is not tho right, which every ono pos3e8sc3, to have hla pcr3cn nnd his property ptotcctcd. The child In tho cradlo liao a right to havo hU person nnd hl3 property protected. ShowA Wild Tho Immigrant Just landed hna a SAtd, right to havo hla person and property protected. Uut when, if at nil, tho growing child shnll vot 'when, if nt nil, tho newly arrived Immigrant shall vcte, Is to bo determined by tho community to whlcU ho belongs. It la r. question to bo And determined by tho community solely by a consideration of Its effect upon BOYS ON A STOCK EXCHANGE tho public welfare. 2. It Is not tho duty of women to Amtterdam Youths' Privilege for tako part In government. Tho primo of Gunpowder Plot function of government Is to protect Nearly 300 Yean. 'persons and propcity. Women havo Of the many quaint and curious hitherto been exempted from the duty customs, traditions and privileges pre- 'of protecting persons nnd property. vailing In Holland none Is more ex- 'They havo a right still to claim that traordinary than a certain privilege exemption. The great majority of thnt has been enjoyed by the boys of 'them do claim that exemption. Tho Amsterdam for nearly 300 years, the persons anil Boston Evening Transcript remarks. ,lact that the rights of InAt a fixed time each summer these property have been enormously boys gather by the hundreds In the creased by our complex civilization; great square called the Dam, situated i that they include, for example, tho In the center of the city. Each boy right to education, to sanitary protechas a drum slung over his shoulder. tion, nnd tho like, does not make it Facing this square Is the stock ex thn ilutv of women to nssumo tills change, and on the occasion In quesIn tho past they tion Just as soon as the day's business burden from which Is over as many of the boys as possi- UUVU UWU 3. This burden cannot be put upon ble crowd Into the building. They proceed to the floor of the exchange, part of tho women without putting where, pursuant to this old custom, It upon all tho women. If the vithey are permitted to march about, cious, tho Ignorant and tho corruiit singing and beating their drums. woman may vote, It will becomo tho The origin of this custom, It Is said, duty of tho virtuous, the Intelligent, Is as follows: One afternoon of the year 1622 a and tho patriotic woman to vote. If crowd of boys playing In the Dam lost tho law gives to all women the right a ball In the canal that In those days (to vote. It lays on all women tho skirted one side of the square. One responsibility of voting. of the lads, while climbing In among Is only a part, and a . Voting the piles on which the building stood, small part, of government. If the found Instead of his ball'a boat moor- duty of voting is laid upon women, the ed In a dark corner and loaded with duty will also be laid upon them botes of gunpowder. This showed clearly enough what was afterward of taking an actlvo part In tho pre- ascertained with certainty, the Inten- llmlnaries necessary to voting, aud tion of the Spanish conspirators to In tho consequences which result from blow up the stock exchange while It voting. It will lay upon them tho was crowded. aB It was every day, duty of acquainting themselves with with the leading citizens of the city. political discussions, of sharing In The boy who stumbled upon the tho political campaigns, and It will gunpowder at once hurried to tha town authorities with his news. The also lay upon them the duty of seeboatload of explosives was quietly ing that tho laws which .they help sunk In the canal and the Spanish" to enact are enforced upon thosj plot thus frustrated. who refuso to obey tho laws. When the burgesses asked the boy 5. At tho present time the majorwhat reward he desired for the serv- ity of women are cither opposed to ice he had rendered the town be re- assuming or reluctant to assume this plied that so long as there was a impose, stock exchange In Amsterdam the boys additional responsibility. To of the town would like to be permit- it upon them against their will is ted to make the floor of the exchange undemocratic and unjust. It Is also their playground during a certain Inexpedient. To add to tho thouspart of the year. The request was ands of Indifferent voters, who aw granted; and so the custom survives. already a menace to cur Government, many thousands more indifferent PROMPTER IS ALWAYS HANDY voters is neither Just to them nor t tho community. Little Device Held In Hand Enables G. It tho majority of tho wora'n One to Deliver Long Speech wish to assumo this burden and take Without Trouble. a sharu in tho government, it will Do you want to make a speech and bo wise to enable them to do so, have your audience think that you're bocauso It will bo much better for so smart that you can quote the commonwealth to havo women figures and facts without looking at taking a part In tho government than any notes? There's more ways than to havo them discontented becaujo one. Outside of learning your speech they aro prevented f rem taking a part "by heart," the best device Is the Invention of a man in Australia. It In tho government. The Outlook, consists simply of a small metal case, however, doca not believe that thoro no larger than the metal matchbox Is any Stato In tho Union in which, If tho question wero submitted to used. A roller is at either end of the case tho women, a majority would voto and one of the rollers Is folding with that they wished to vote. It doubts n whether a majority, oven In tho suffrngo States would voto that they wished to veto If tho question wero submitted to them anew, it they register and voto, It Is not beer uso they wish to do so, but tho duty has been laid upon them and they cannot escape It with du-H- The Heroine of the Forest Joah ttiink. My Fattier keeps WeiT 0eous; he hair's TrVino'lo beT-- Ifte BolU Gettt ry I ' TRUTH ABOUT DRY FARMING. Is trait of huninn nature rather It than of folk who lire In n particular section of tho country to pnlnt In glowing terms the advantage Hnd to minimize or say nothing of the dlsnd. vantage of the thing or things they may have for unto, i'nrllculiirly Is this truo of thw soiling land, nnd It holds of boomers who nre trying to iII'Poho of farms In the dry country ns truly ns of thoso In tho south who try to pnlm off ns agricultural hind nlllRiitor swamp, nnd moxqitlto nnd mnlnrln ranches. In the fnceof this tyo of misrepresentation It Is refreshing to noto tho following paragraph, which Is from tho literature published by tho stnto board of Immigration of Colorado. The facts set forth nro truo not only of Col. orado. Iit of practically all of the mat arid nnd somlarkl territory went of no two hundredth meridian: "Dry Innd farming Is n contlnunl fight ngnlnst relentless, unfavorable conditions. Kticress depends upon tho courage, his knowledge, his man-t- ils Judgment nnd bin perslMcnce. I'hys-lea- l strength of both men nnd women Is a Inrge fnetor In this struggle. With tho bent secdi nnd method of tlllngo, there will be some yenrs of totnl failure nnd ninny others of short crow. It Is safest to Iny plant Unit will Mr-nn living with nn average of two failures en eh live yenrs. There hnvo been three consecutive) yenrs of no crop, followed by ns ninny yenrs of good cropi, Condition nre much moro favornblo tlinn they wero twenty or even ten yenra ngo. There tin been no Increase In the nilnfnll. but the method of storing nnd holding tnolsturo In tho soil nre tietter understood, Today there nre dry Innd plnnts thnt will pro. dure crop with limited rainfall, nnd seeds of these crops thnt hnvo been lecteil and bred under arid eondlt' .a aro the bent for use," j ! This Celebrated Novel, Talked of the Country Over Because of Its Charming Romance and Stirring Action, DAIRY QUEEN. llolstelti cow named Itnnosttne Hello Do Kol. owned by llros. of Ohio, has lately broken all records for production of butter fat Her best record for milk for oven dnys was fl'2 i ton ml, which produced 21.01) pounds of butter fat,, or the equivalent of thirty pounds of commercial butter. Her milk output for thirty dnys was a.828 pounds, pounds of which yielded ninety-ninbutter fnt. while her tnllk record for pounds, which tho year was tented 3.8(1 nnd yielded I.O.VS pounds of butter fnt. which would m.iko 1.X3 pounds of butter. This, ns will do seen. Is nu average of orcr threo and one tm If pound per day for .!('. dnys. HniioMIno Hello Do Kol's ration con sisted of ensllngo nnd slfnlfn, roots', dried beet pulp, green corn, green elorvr mid other green food avnllablo nnd n grain ration ronslntlnc largely of tirnn nnd onts Hint varied from nine pound to twenty-fiver dny, depend. Ing upon Uio amoaut of milk produced. A NEW A Dim-mlc- k e 27.-IO- e THE ROSE BED. Will Be Printed in This Paper Beginning Next Week. The Girl of the Limberlost is what every father and mother would have their daughters be. Let them read of this girl's struggle, and how she conquered, never losing her gentleness, her sweetness, her goodness, and it will help them to conquer. Tell your neighbors about it. nt doubtful If any (lowers that can be grown surpass the roso family In variety of col.r or fragrance. While tho rose garden mny contain mnny other varieties. It not complete without the following: Tens Mamsn Cochet, I'erlo tins Jardln, It Is 1 Marechal Mel; hybrid Augusta Victoria, Klllarney and Caro-Iki- o Testout; hybrid perpetual American Iteauty, I'rnu Karl Dnmchkl, tho whlto Amerlcnn Itcnuty. Tho plant for starting the led should be got from a reliable florist, should bo set In a bd of mixed ctay and loam, well fertilized; should lie watered frequently and kept free from slug. lice and mildew, road dust being good for tha Unit, tobneco tea for the second and powdered sulphur for the third peat. Tbey also should bo kept well bocd, and free from grass and weeds. tciis-Kaht- erln d perfect germination test tbo Utter part of January may be dead when tested In April Is nicely shown In an Incident related to tho writer by a friend the other day. Tho batch of corn referred to showed a test of OS perccut tho lat-- k ter mrt of January. Up to that time It bad been dry, U'lnir stored In a vacant bonne. Barky In Pebruary a warm wot In this Interval tho seed earn gathered dampness. In April, without further testing this seed was sold ns guaranteed to grow on tho basis of the Janu-ar- y test Uut It didn't grow, and tho farmer who sold It In good faith had a peck of trouble on his hnnds. Tho Incident makvs plain why corn should bo tested Just beforo It Is planted to make ussurance doubly sure. HARROWING QR.OWINQ QRAIN. A dry belt farmer of whom wo read the other day Increased his yield oC wheat nine bushels per aero Inst year by giving the patch two harrowlnga after two light rains for the pnrposo of making a dust mulch and conserving tho limited amount of inolsturo there was In tho soil. Tho farmer In the humid sections may often Increase his yield of small grnln almost as much by doing the same thing following heavy ruins that pack the earth lo that It forms a crust under siieceod- , . , i. . 1, .. Inn. jlpw j it inu uriiKKitig iin dono In the afternoon or bright days tho treatment may bo given after tbo train Is eight or ten Inches high without 'doing It much injury. Tho drag-tin- g breaks the crust and allows tbo ion to breathe." 1 A LATE TE8T ADVISABLE. ITow seed corn that shows a nearly wi-ma- pell ensued, followed by sovero cold. so Prompter. appear the notes of paper on which speech. The box Is held In the palm of the hand and people standing right beside the orator would never suspect Its presence. The paper is unrolled either by pressure of the thumb or by the manipulation of a milled screw on one of the rollers. Ever-Read- y Her Flowers Melted. Little Minnie, who bad been spending the afternoon at a neighbor's, was presented wUh a bouquet of beautiful flowers. Upon her arrival at home her mother told her to put them In a vase filled with water and they would keep fresh for several days. A few days later MJnnle appeared with the wilted flowers in ber band and said; "I dsss I'll frow 'em away now, mamma, 'eause tbey is all melted." Low Down Dog. Small Edna was out walking with her mother when a dog with unusually short legs passed them. "Mamma," said Edna, "did you ever see such a low down dog as that?" a clear conscience 7. Women can exert a greater Influence upon tho political life of tho Nation, they can do moro to promoto thoso civic, ecclal, and reforms which nro sorely needed ia American llfo tho without suffrago than with It. Democratic government !s necessarily party government. It 13 of IncEtlmablo value to tho community ta havo ono half of tho community not Identified with any party, and therefore able to unlto in efforts for tho purification and elevation of political Ideals In all the parties. 8. Wo aro entirely unable to undo"-stan- d how any one can claim that women havo a right to vote, and deny that they havo a right to vole on tho question whether they wish to vote or not. non-partis- , tolls tho following ctory In reply to cpcll, Just to remind Itself what n fool It was because tho men didn't tho Insinuation that women do havo as much aenso aa tho women know cnoush to voto: when that other voto was taken. "Fourteen years ago I lived in Dc3 tell mc tho women haven't Moines, and tho town started to buy senso cnoush to veto, I'vo seen 'em Its watorworks fiom tho prlvato cor- try It" poration that owned them. Tho propso "The folks read tho palters, all osition Involved Isculng bonds, anxious to see tho women cot to voto on It. Their Ilow dead right on trusts our Teddy ballots and thoso of tho men wero put must bo, and conInto separate ballot-boxeUut when they had scanned all. sequently could bo counted separatethorough and clean ly. Tho town was .to got tho waterKuch turned to his neighbor with works for 1850,000, which was chenp. questioning mien Well, tho women cavo a snug maAnd remarked: jority of their votes for buying, the "Well, wliar In thlc trust bulsnesH men gavo a sllghtl larger majority Is he?' against buying, and tha proposition Out t'other un said: waa voted down. New, with tho 'Search mo." badly run down and InhavTprofited by trinsically worth very little moro There aro plenty of pooplo who would o are. very pleasant whllo they can than thou, tho town la trying to listening to women out a way to scrapo up $2,500,090 havo their own way. Some wives can make their In tho current issuo of Farm and to buy thoeo same works. Occasionally it walks around behind the town do anything taey (the husFlresldo appears an article on "Woman, suffrago," In which tho author hall and kicks Itself earnestly' for a bands) want to, Iu't MECHANICS AIAOAZaCNnB "Written Se Ym Caa Ibdentaaa h" FK3FXJLAIi Every Month . s, 300 Pictures 400 Articles 250 Pages water-sy- stem Mpaf-.t- eiu The "Shep Notes" Btpl. easy way to do things-H- ow to msk. repair, and articles Jot bom. and shop, etc "Amateur MeeJmles" to msk. mission ; Mechanical. 1 1 as UOO 00) reader a month. Interetts rreryUxlr, When you ever? you understand why. Ask the man who nad on. it. Yournewdeler will show you one; or writ, tlx publisher lor a Ire. sample copy. t M. Mmv,.. fndnaiinc thin anr action. A minitn. (or Uankrn, Doctor. Lawyer. Tticher. Farmer. Dullness Men, A wonderful lion ft tK. leal Ate. liutructiv. but more Pnm.J flK-ur- bus-ban- furniture, wireless, boats, ragioea, mafic, aad all boy lovsja, the thins ft JO Air imr. aiwtV atftat U esse ASK YOUR NEWBDCAXJCK Or Addras POPULAR an WsaUstgtMi aucu..r. MECHANICS MACAZINI October. 19 1 a- - THE CITIZEN BEES ARE QUITE PROFITABLE Only Producers Known to Husbandry That Yield Profit Without tho Cost of Feed. Pace Seven ... noRnaimi ... INTENSIVE FARMING Conducted by Frank Montgomery, M. S., If pcoplo know what a great source of profit Is found In the keeping; of bees and how Interesting tho work, thoro would not bo an unused squaro foot of ground on any farm In tho United States. Dees ara tho only producers known to husbandry that yield a profit without cost of feed. They find their own pasturage. They multiply so y that they moro FOR RASPBERRY BUSH small Initial oxpenw than pay for tho CARING of housing them, nnd the first cost of equipment Is alOld Canes Should De Cut Out I m m C" most trifling. dlately After Fruit Has Been Ileo eulturo may bo mado profltablo Picked Cultivate Often. by tho children of tho form, or by tho women memlxrs of tho family. It Tho rod raspberry should not bo may bo carried on successfully In pruned, excepting that tho lunnnrr with tho keeping of poultry aid canes should bo cut out nt onco or tho growing of fruit. In the latter iftor tho fruit hm nil been racked. case nplculturo Is found to bo a great In the nprliiK tho weak shoots should help toward moro fruit and better bo removed, nnd not mora than eight fruit. canos nllowpd to a plant. Tho host Ilecs aro llttlo troublo and roqulro r berries will bo found on only occaslonnl attention. They aro Rood, nnd they should not bo allowed faslly handled nnd readily controlled. in fruit moro than three years. This Ilest of all, they glvo a real service In may bo managed by using method In hard cash and that counts most on the farm. rap-Idlone-yea- Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator Liming' Land Probably there Is nothing that food Is set frco for tho plant to uso. Iled clover Is probably tho most will yield largor returns on tho avor-ag- o farm than tho Judicious uso of profltablo crop that can bo raised to llmo. Everybody Is now talking about build up land. It will not do well in llmo and many aro already beginning sour, wet land. Tho reason for this Is to uso It. Many farmers In tho blui that thoro aro cortaln germs or bacgrnss country aro coming to rcal'.M. teria thai Uvo on tho roots of all that llmo la becoming deficient lu clovers, cow peas, soy beans ami other legumes. Thoy tako nitrogen tholr boII, and probably nlncty-nln- o out of every hundred In other parts from tho air that gets In around roots nnd ctoro that nitroof this country need llmo. In fact tho ovory field In tho mountain country gen In tho llttlo' round nodules yod that Is not directly under a limestone can Beo on tho roots of all clovers, Including Japan; also cn tho roots of deal of llmo. cliff needs a Llmo Is not a fertilizer, except to cow Ica3 and sey beans. If you go a very small oxtout, In tho senso to tho fertilizer man you will havo that wo commonly uso tho term, for to pay him eighteen to twenty cents It adds but llttlo If any plant food to per pound for this nitrogen. Thes? tho soil but etmply brings about con- bacteria cannot Uvo In sour land and ditions that cnablo tho crop to ubo tho leguminous plants Just mentionlarger quantities of tho food already ed cannot Uvo long without tho bacpresent. It cannot take tho placo of teria. Lime sweetens ocur land and la or thcreforo ncccesaiy for theso cropx manure, commercial fertilizers tho Llmo Is also ncccsary for good yields crops plowed under to enrich of all ollior vatuablo crops. soil. Many want to know which Is best A fow words then as to what lima really docs to tho soil. Wo might for tho soil, burned llmo or ground mention threo gtuoral beneficial ways llmestono rock. This Is a hard question, llurned llmo In probably better In which llmo acts upen land: 1. Llmo Bwoolcns cour or add sollj. to mellow tho land nnd, If you have 2. Llmo mellows heavy, stiff cluy far to haul, It may be less expensive; soils bo tho air and water can won; for 1,100 pounds of It is worth about as much as a ton of ground rock. On down through them. 3. Llmo unlocks stored up plant tho other hand burned llmo may food In tho soil so cropn can uso It. j lnjuro tho land unless one knows how Noorly all land In this locality Is nnd when to apply It best, whllo with moro or loss sour or acid. This acid thero Is no danger whatever condition is produced by decaying j ground rock. Tho grcund rock will vegetable mater In tho soil. If tlw last much longer In tho soil, and all soil Is open ntid parous and slopes In all, Is probably tho best for genso tho water con run off, much of eral uso. Tho amount of flino to uso depends this acid will drain off with tho water. Uut if tho laud Is flat and com- largely upon tho needs of tho soil, posed of heavy clay this acid accu- tho way It Is put on and tho frequena mulates from year to year, so that In cy of application. Ono man near only uses 1C0 tc 200 pounds tlmo tho best kind of crops will not ground Is aero but ha mlxse It with fertilizer do well at all ovcu If tho well manured and fertilized. About nnd drills It with tho wheat every tho only crop that farmers enro to tlmo he seeds, so It Is always right heavy, at hand to glvo tho young wheat a also that will do well on cour land Is r2d top cr herds grass, good start. This land does not need and It Is not as gcol feed as blua llmo as badly as rao3t fields In this grass, timothy or clover. A man might locality. If the llmo is put on every eat all tho lemons and pickles he few years with a llmo drill, probably could hold every day and starve to POO to 1,000 pounds of burned llmo or doath. No moro can crops thrive nn 1,000 to 2,000 pounds of ground rock If hauled out and sour land. When llmo Is mixed with should bo used. this soil the acli property Is destroy- spread with a chovel It Is hard ti ed and then crops can grow If thero cover an aero with less than one to Is a supply cf fcod r.t hand for them. two tons. Thero will soon be an abundant As a magnet draws pieces of lion toward Itself and then holds them, supply of both kinds of llmo on the so llmo mixed with tho soil attracts market. Thoso that havo very far to When haul from tho railroad aro talking ot nnd holds other substances. mixed with heavy clay soil on which burning It In their own neighborhood. water stands sometime after every Small portable machines aro now mado rain. It gathers the extremely fln-- i for grinding the rock, and they could particles of clay together and makes bo profitably used by neighborhoods It much easier to work. Then, too, hack from tho railroads. there nro cortaln food elements that ' If any one has any questions to crops need, such as potash, that ar3 ask about the uso of lime on the locked up with other substances In soil, address them to The Citizen ther land. When llmo Is applied this and they will bo promptly answered. Five Great School Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG .PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Are Your Talent? What Are Your Aim.7 Berea Has the Training That is Best Are you not far advanced? Than enter the FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Kdwards, Superintendent. Here 701 will be placed with othera like yourself, under a special teacher, and make most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and the eommom branches and be ready to use them. You will have singing, drawing, farm and household management, and free One year la the Fouav datlon School costs less thaa 190 and la worth $1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacher! Then Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here yoa will be M trained 'that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught hew teach. The demand for Derea trained teaohers far exceeds the supply. Are you Interested la earning moneyf THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marah, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Etc Here you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy doing text-book- Fir YOU. gat tt Book-Bindin- HANDY IMPLEMENT FOR FARM One-Hors- e things In a superior manner. Dump Cart Is Not Hard to Construct and Material Costs Comparatively Little. tools Ohio mado high The Raspberry. pruning, so that each year thoro wilt no canes mors than four years old. 9 Tho red raspberry Is propagated by ihoots which grow up from tho roots. planting. Tho rows ahould be at least thrco feet apart, with tho plants two feet apart In the row. frequent and thorough cultivation Is necessary to keep down the suckers which grow from tho roots. It la a good plan to plow tho ground between tho rows every spring. The blackcap requires summer pruning. Tho tips should be pinched oft as toon as tho shoots get to bo two feet blgh, In order to Induco grow too If these long, pinch tliein back. Allow no canes higher than six feet. In the spring rrpruno, cutting out weak and growth. Illack raspberries do not send up root shoots. They are propagated by burying the tips of the shoots In the ground some lime In August. These take root nnd produce new plants, which can be transplanted the following SKlng. The black raspberries are moro rank In their habits of growth and should be planted further apart than the red varieties. Planting every three feet apart Is a good distance. They should receive thorough cultivation In the same manner as tb red sorts. s shoots aro prcfcrablo for (Strap hinges to hlnga bed on to back end of shafts. Drilled tho holes larger and bolted shafts on. Tho two blocks wcro nindo of wood 10 Inches long and 3 Inches wide, bolted on to tho shafts so as to turn round when bed Is down and catch tho end of the bed In front. I used for wheels a pair of drill wheels thrco feet high. This cart I uso every dny to haul manure from ten cows. This bed will o hold all of It, and makes a good load, It Is handy for hauling nnd dumping anything that one horse one-hors- Tho cart Is ono of tho handiest I have on tho farm, writes an man In tho Practical Farmer. I tho bed 28 Inches wide, 10 Inches Inches long, I used slid two years or three years In the GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny,' Dean. Twi yeara, or three years, in such practical studies as will fit you for an honor able and useful life. You select your studios from such as these: Physiology the science ot health; Civics the science of government; Grammar the art ot correct speech and Ethics the science of rlgkt and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence! Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Phyilca the science ot machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter College! Start in the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Beat training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. The Academy has Its own class-rooand Men's Dormitory, and a Urge body of student of high character and ability, able Instructors, aad us ! CeaV leg Library and apparatus. letter-writin- Are you desiring the next best thing to a College Course! Then tak Berea College REV. CHAS. F. HUBBARD, D. D., Oean The College Itself stands apart from all the other schools under its management nnd linn long maintained tliu holiest standards known in tho South. To conform to tho Carnegie, standards wo have diminished our former requirements Required nnd elective studies with opportunity to concentrate In particular lines. Largest collego library In Kentucky. Laboratories equipped for student practice. Courses lending to tlio degrees of A. It., H. S., H. Ii., and II. Ped. 'MUSIC (tinging Free). Reed Orran. Tele Culture. Plane, Tkeory, ' Band, may be taken tor special fees In oonneoHoa with work 1m say ef U above sehoela. 1 Ile-rc- pr f..si e 1 Questions Answered ere. Friend ef Working Students. Berea College, with ita aflatat schools, U not a money-makinInstitution. It requires certain fees, but It expend many thousands ot dollar each year for the benefit ef Ks t dents, giving highest advantage at lowest cost, aad arranging tor atudeaiU to earn aad save la every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulation to protee the character and reputation ot the young people. tOur students com fro the beat families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who stay be sick the College provide doctor and nurse without extra charge. with parent la Berea live la Coller building, ani All except tho assist la werk at boarding hall, farm and ahops, receiving valuable trailing, and getting pay according to the value ot their labor. Except In wlxr ter tt Is expected that all will have a ohanoe to earn a part of their pease. Writ to the Secretary before oomlng to aecur employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, eta, vary with different people. Berea favor plain clothing. Our climate is the beat, bat as students must attead class regardless of the weather, warm wrap and aaderolothtag, umbrella and overshoe are necessary . The tlve Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniform,' ambrella aai other necessary article a One-Hors- e Dump-Ca- rt can pull. My cow stnblo Is so close behind tho cows that I cannot get a manure spreader In, so I had to Invent this cart. It Is not hard to construct, and Is not expensive to make. DYNAMITE OUT , , THE STUMPS Result Given of Experiment Made by Kentucky Agricultural Station-C- ost of Material. Over 100 stumps hnvlng nn average of 1C Inches wcro blown in FOR POLES diameter agricultural experiments at Kentucky Tho avorngo number of Wire Makes Dest Support for Deans sticks of dynamite used was 2.G, tho and Other Plants, but Strong, average tlmo required per stump 30 Twisted Twine Is Good. minutes, tho average cost of material 25,7 cents, nnd tho average total cost It Is every year becoming moro dif- per stump 33 rents. Nearly all the ficult to obtain polos for beans and stumps wcro dead oak. At the experiplants of that kind and very often a ment station farm at Lexington nlno crop la greatly reduced because of green stumps averaging 22 inches In lack of proper support. Deans may diameter were blown at nn avcrago cost of $1.K6 per stump, 10 sticks of dynamite per stump being used. Of these stumps three black 5 inches In diameter, oak averaged and were blown at a total cost of J3.C2 per stump, tho average number of sticks of dynamite, used being GOOD SUBSTITUTE 3 23 Substitute for Poles. k 'be supported without poles In this manner: Stakes, from which wires or strings run, should be driven In the ground very early, so the roots of the plants will not bo disturbed. The beans should be at least eighteen Inches apart In tho row and the rows should be threo feet apart Wire, of course, makes tho best support, but very strong, twine that will not Btretch In the damp weather will answer the purpose. Tho supporting posts may be set at any distance apart, according to the strength of tho pole supporting the wire or twine. An excellent support Is a gas pipe, but of course this Is too expensive for a largo garden, but may be used to advantage In tho average small garden. hard-twiste- The amount of dynamito required to blow stumps of tho same kind In the rame soil does not vary directly with the diameter, but more nearly with the squnre of tho diameter; or. In other words, with tho area of a cross section of a stump. man!' exclaimed tho farmer. 'I've been makln' cotton From Somebody Else snco hoforo you were born. You can t In the current icsuo of Farm and tell me anything about cotton!' The Fireside appears an editorial show- young man peeled his coat. 'If I can ing how expert farm advisers aro pick moro cotton than you and your son both, will you take hold of this needed by every county In tho United States, and how In the course of with moT" said he. 'I sure will tlmu they will prohnbly bo provided said tho farmer. 'Go to It!' They went by tho government. Following Is a to It. threo "Tho 'book farmer picked story taken from the editorial: "When Doctor Knapp sent his ad- rows whllo the farmer and his son visers through tho South to show th picked two. Tho farmer surrendered. farmers how to grow corn and cotton, 'You know about cotton,' said he. ono of them approached a man i:i 'I'll do anything you want mo to!' who "Hero was a tho field on tho subject of planting a patch of cotton tho next year ac- mado good. Uut how many aro of cording to tho methods approved by this sort In the United States?'' youngfarin-advis- How A Farmer Was Convinced That He Might Learn Something; tho Department. "'Why, cost. LIVINQ EXPENSES are really below eost The College aak bo rest for the fine buildings la which student live, charging oaly enough roos rent to pay tor cleaning, repair, fuel, lights, and washing ot bedding towel. For table board, without coffee or extra, $1.85 a week, la the fafl, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel light, washing of beV ding. 40 to (0 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEE8 are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," a guarantee far return of room key, library book, eta. This 1 paid but ono. aad U when the student depart. Second an "Incidental Fee" to helpon expense for ears ef school bwQeV ing. hospital, library, etc. (Studsat pay nothing for tultlea or servie teaohers alt our Imtruetioa la a free gift). The Incidental Fee far meet student I 15,00 a term. 11.00 la Academy and Normal, ant ITX0 la Cfl a4 rtora4 ' tt glat courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee aad roeea rest a the term, board by the half Una. Installment are a follow! PALI. TKRM VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADIUV AND NORMAL 6 00 COLLSOM Incidental Pee BUT THERE'S NOTHING THE MATTER WITH HER. nord. 7 week Board; week, due Oct. jo, 1911 Tout for terra If paid In adranre . . . Incidental Pee Doard. 6 weeks Room Room f 3.0a 1311 5.60 9 43 7.0a f 943 Ju.45 943 7.00 7.00 9 45 Dees pARrrNOTLrS AND Amount due Sept. Jl. ... . fia 03 943 J1J45 943 29.00 51950 I31.40 ji 90 600 7.10 9 00 132,40 7.00 f 31 90 Seed corn averages the poorest this year of any year over known. Lima beans should not be planted until tho ground Is wnrm and dry. Why wasto mnnuro by leaching and then buy fertilizers? Ilulld sheds. When tho pea crop Is over, clear away the vines and plant potatoes, A disk plow Is all right In Its place, but Its placo Is not In a field ot sod. Don't sow a big area to alfalfa until you have tried a small experimental patch. Whero barnyard manure Is avallablo no better fertilizer can be obtained for Filling In the Orchard, growing tomatoes. Tho vacant places In an orchard Cut clover hay when about half tho cauiod by poor stock, Injury In culti- blossoms are brown; cut timothy Just vation or borers, It may be well to fill as the bloom Is falling. In with younger trees up to the age ot The tomato will not thrive upon about eight years. After that tlmo wot soil, as It Is a plant that is very the older trees will occupy the ground Intolerant of "wet feot." so fully with their root systems that To leave missed furrows Is no mark young trees set make very little of a good plowman. Cut all the ground mucn and leave no hard ridges. growth and soldom amount to when they arrive at a bearing age. Make your garden so attractive that It will be talked about and put up Fertilizing the Orchard. your goods In a way that will please Darnyard manure Is, In general, the the eye. best fertilizer for the orchard, saya When using alfalfa for hog pasture, O. M. Durltt of the department of ag divide the Meld Into three Iota, using This should be applied at the one In early spring, one la summer rat of a load to from three to fir and the third In fall. trees, at least once In three years. The Considering how easily lima beans use of commercial fertilizers Is hardly may be grown and what a fine vegeexpert-meadvisable, except where careful table they are, It I surprising how his demonstrated Ita value. few gardens contain them. at .. WINTKR TBRM 1 j.oo 600 9.00 11, 1913 7.J0 9 00 Amount due January 1, 1913 Doard for 6 weeks, due Feb. Total for term . m.oo 9.00 J19 111 10 9.00 IiJ XJ 900 If paid In advance . Incidental Pee Room ... ZR.SO STRING TKRM I 5 00 00 S30.70 Jji jo 31,70 I 7.00 3 00 Jji jo (.00 3.00 Board. 3 weeks 191 673 4.00 673 l7 7S 6.73 673 111 73 6 73 Ui-s- Amount due March j6, 191 Hoard 3 weeks, due Apr. jo, Total for term j ... . J13.73 5 73 If paid In advance . , '4S.00 ti so S4.00 lu SS.00 Special Expenses Business. FuU Winlir Stenography and Typewriting J1400 fuoo Bookkeeping (regular course) 11.00 1400 Bookkeeping ibrief court I 6.00 7.00 Business course studies (or students In other departments: Stenography 1050 9.00 Typewriting, with one hour's use of instrument 6.00 700 Commercial Uf, Commercial Geography. Commercial Arithmetic or a, 10 . Penmanship, each 1.80 In no case will special Business Pees etceed $13 00 per term. Sttit iooo 1000 Totti 18.00 j6 00 3600 300 7.50 ... ... 37.00 1S00 3 40 300 1.3a A r 'raralraBtraravealar'aV'a'awv n -- From tk New York KeraML Any ouiif man or young woman can get an education at Daren If there la the will to do so. It la a frrat advantage to start in the fall ami have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time In the public school going over and over the same tlilngn, when they might be Improving much faster by oomlng to llerea and Marling In on new studies with some of the best young mn and women from other oountle and state. Applicant must bring or send a testimonial allowing that they are above 16 yrarsuld, In good health, nnd of good character. This may be signed by some former llerea student or some reliable teacher or neigh bor. The una of tobacco la strictly forbidden. Hurry I Fall Trin began 8pOmr 1 1. For Information or friendly ad vlco writ to the Seoretaxy, nt!i-boillt- Hurry! Fall Term Began Sept. 11th D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. October Itlng her children for tho past weak. John Stepp of Uooncvlllo will noon havo his dwelling houso completed t which will bo worth about Siiousc cf Rockcnstlo County has moved back to Lcroso and wo any aro all ilroud of his rcturn.-- Jf ono wishes to hear good music call 11,000.-Rober- 3, 1913. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No Mtresposdrare publishes1 It not for subllestlOB, bat UNDER TAFT'S ADMINISTRATION TAFT WOULD AID FARMERS. Wants United States to Adopt Gred.t System. askis sltrd It toll ty Iti t'tii 11 tint ss 0 erlJesct of fool faith. Wiltt pUlsljr. couplo a happy and prosperous life. -Tom Lewis cf 'Mcorcs Creek visited relatives heio, Saturday and Sunday. Luther Gabbard left, Saturday, or Indianapolis, Ind. Tho Messrs. Joa. and Frank lAkes of Loam passed thru hero ono day last week going II roc to sco their brother-in-laMcCowan, of LIU who has typhoid fflvor. Robert, tho lltllo son of Mr. and Mr3. John Callahan has typhoid fever. Andrew Gabbard of Annvlllo was visiting relatives of this plac:, Lucy Saturday night and Sunday. l'Mco Is 3iif:iliig with a boll on n foot Sheriff Luther Llttlo of Welch-bur- g wa3 at this place, Wednesday, on business. Tin llcsws. Ovn and Ben Tusscy werj this place, Friday, on business. Grcvcr Gabbard of j Indian Creek visited relatives at this place, Thursday- - night. Frank Decs, on traveling salesman, wao coiling THE TYPHOID FLY. Baby by. Here's a fly. Let ut ewat htm, you and I, WhIU we talk. See him walk And tor mierobee never balk. Do you think with six such feet You and I would walk on meat Will thla fly Tall me why He will walk on bread and pie? Sure he knowi That hit toes Are all covered with typhos I should think if I were he I'd not fall in milk and tea. Kill him quick Or he'll make you very tick. Fliet you strictly should avoid If you would not have typhoid Alfred Cnudlll, on Wllllo 81ictisc. son of Allen Cnudlll, was killed last week by a wagon 'tinning over hint. Wo extend our heattfelt sympathy to tho bereaved ones. Rev, It. H. Taylor at tho Olive Hush church houso every fourth Sunday. Sunday school la frogresslng nicely. Mrs. Alice Bowman nnd Emmn Horn nre planning to visit their parents soon. ISLAND CITV Island City, Sept. 26. On tho Sth of Sept. Capt. Short, Win. Maya and O, RESULT OF INVESTIGATION. State Department, at the President's t tt Cookery School Magarine TO NOTICE CORRESPONDENTS our merdmntSj Tnursilay. Teges, Sept. 27. Mrs. L. J. Hosklns and Sons, merchants of tills place, aro frequently called upon by the traveling salesmen with their nice display Died, of fall and wlnusr goods. Wayne Felty, tho throo year old son Tho f C. A. Felty last Tuesday. parents of the little one have th) sympathy of tho community. Henry Bishop of this placo who has been Tho yellow sllps calling for more In tho army for several years is exsupplies should always bo signed. pected home. Wr. and Mrs. Fielding Occasionally they are not and, whin Scale and Miss Alice Creech of Jackmany letters are opened togeths?, son County aro visiting relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. these slips aro apt to bo misplaced this place. family of and, the correspondent's name be- Combs and Pulaski ing unknown, the supplies can not County are visiting the latter's sister, bo sent. Some one asked for moro Mrs. Wiley Murrell, of Amnio. Tho paper last week end failed to get teachers association at Rhode Itun will bo held next Saturday. it for this reason. - our corresponMore and more, dents are neglecting to observe cur directions to get their news Into tho office so it can bo set up, Monday. Several letters are left over nnd not run this week for that very reason. how Any ono can easily determine long it will take a letter to get ifl Berea Utter being mailed. We do not like to hold over these letters, but if they do not coma on time- we have no other recourse. CLAY COUNTY ti:u:s I ' of applianees have lon passed. The foil era I mining bureau for reducing the dangers to workmen has been established. A children's bureau to minimize Infant mortality and reduce child employment In factories has been organized. Pensions for Union veterans of the war of the rebellion hnve been broadened and increased. White slavery has been, outlawed and checked. Our trade with foreign nations has The tariff has been revised. Within been enormously Increased, particularyear following passage or the Payne ly In Iron and steel manufactures. Congress has made the contract bill wagei) were Increased more thnn railroads and their employees Industry Is operating at $800,000,000. high pressure, general business is pros- more favorable to the latter. Shipjiera by rail and pntrons of experous, and there Is a scarcity of labor press, telegraph and telephone cotnpa-nle- s everywhere. are assured Just rates by reason Two act providing safety for' rail- of additional autnorlty conferred upon way employees and proper Inspection the Interstate commerce commission. The eight hour law on government work ban boon extended to Include contract supplies. Practice In the federal courts has been simplified In the Interest of nil litigants, which will relieve particularly the poor suitor. Postal savings banks have been established, to the great convenience of persons who formerly boarded their surplus. Provision has been made for the par cels post, which will begin operations Jan. 1. Vine, Sept. Mrs. Lewis Mulllns aro tho happy parents of a a flno fine girl. Felix Burns and Miss Isaacs, Campbell visited friends and rain, Sunday, which was badly needed. Farmers have boeu very busy fod- relatives at Linden last week. Mr. dering but mo3t of thorn are now and Mrs. Levi Pennington spent Satdone. Tom Brewer Is working for urday nnd Sunday with their brother-in-laRobert Hurley, of Annvlllo. It. E. Taylor. Nath and Hichard Miss Laura Morgan, who has been Brewer who have boon away at work for some time are heme on a visit. staying at Howe Clyde's, Is visiting at The bean hulling at 11. C. Davis', home thU vcck. Mies Mary Itlce Thursday night, woo well attended. is planning to vi3it her sister, Mrs. J. W. Davis passed thru recently George Hornsby of near Manchester. delivering cloth and yarn. Woody Harve Burrs and family who have Parrett left, Tuesday, to work on the been visiting friends and relatlvca railroad. Mrs. Polly Ingram who has at London returned last Sunday.- been-sicfor sume time is improv- Calvin, Matt and John Pennington ing. Sunday School at Wilson's left, today, for Garrard County, where Chapel will closo Sunday until warm they will work thru corn cutting. weather again. Asa Cornelius and 'Molasses making i3 all the go here Itobert Hurley of Annvlllo J. L. Davis aro running a cane mill now. visited his parents at this place last this fall. last week. Miss Dora Pennington MtlVETT Privett, Sept. 28'. We are bavins is staying at Welchburg this week. Tho bean stringing at A. J. Maupln's some cool weather at present. Mrs. Sallie Collier has been visiting last night was enjoyed by a large her sister, Mrs. L. J. Peters, for the crowd. John Browning has returned drovo past two weeks. A. J. Hamilton from Leslie County with a and wife attended the association at of cattle and will start next WednesWind Caye last Saturday and Sunday. day with them to Richmond where Flnley Peters from Irvine has been he expects to sell them. ISAACS Sept. 28. Wo had n -k JACKSON COUNTY VI NK 28. T.I.-- , and Theee are among the achievements of three years of Taft. No other administration within the same brief limit has accomplished so many substantial benefits to the people. Why make a change, involving widespread upheaval of business, when every physical and material condition is favorable7 From Har. rlsburg (Pa.) Telegram. OUR RESURRECTION Out of the sordid, the bue, the untrue. Into the noble, the pure, and the new-Ou- t of all darkness and aadness and sin Spiritual harmonies to win, Thla la our resurrection. Out of all discord and toll and strife. Into a calm and perfect life. Out of all hatred and jealous fear. Into love'a cloudless atmosphere, This Is our resurrection. Out of the narrow and cramping creeds Into a service of loving deeda; Out of a separate, limited plan Into a brotherhood of man. This is our resurrection. Out of our weakness to conscious power. Wisdom and strength for everr hour; Out of our tffmbt and sore dismay Into the fslth for which we prar, Thla Is our resurrection. Out of the bondage of slckneaa and pain. Out of poverty's galling chain Into the freedom of perfect health. Into the blesalng of fadeless wealth. This Is our resurrection. Out of thla (teeing mortal breath. Out of the valley and shadow of death. Into the light of the perfect way. Into the freedom of endless day. This Is our resurrection. Out of the finite sense of things. Into the joy the Infinite brings. Out of the limits of time and space. Into the boundless lite of the race. This Is our resurrction, Author unknown. visiting friends and relatives in Jackson County for tho past week. Sherman Smith and wife gave the young folks a social last Saturday night. There Is a meeting of tho Literary Society at Flat Lick every Friday night. Sherman Spurlock returned from Hamilton, Ohio, a few days ago. Eva Peters was visiting with home folks last Saturday and Sunday. Mcssis. Luther Bowles and Hugh Collier spent last Saturday night with Arch Peters. Bill Hamilton from Livingston is visiting relatives and frienda in this vicinity. John Anderson from Tennessee was visiting his parents last week. Ho has just held a protracted meeting at Oak Grove. W. 'M. Simpson gave a bean hulling last Friday night. I'AIIKOT Parrot. Sept. 28. Wo have had lots of rain in this part for the past few days. Bill Baktr of Dowell County passed thru Iwro Saturday enrouto to Indian Creek to attend to business there. Died, Monday night, Sept. 16, the infaut of Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, of pneumonia fever. It was laid to rest In the Cunagln gravo yard, Tuesday. Tho parent have tlw sympathy of tho community. Jam b Davldosn, tho clover merchant of Peoples, passed hero, Friday, to Laurel Fozk on business. A stave drescer and saw mill are being moved to this place for the purpose of working tho Davidson timber. Mr. and Mra. Phoe Hlllard of Isaacs were visiting the lattor's parents of this placo, Saturday and Sunday. The funeral of tho wifo cf , . lli.l. r "ui.il iujiagm win do preached at tho Cunagln gravo yard, Sunday, &,pt. Zhthaia. 29th. --Married, Sept. 11. at tho home of the bride. Miss Liztlo Nichols to OWSLEYCOUNTY air. Ellsha Baker. Tho bride is LKtlOSK a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. NichLerose, Sept. 21. Farmers are busy ols, the groom a con of Mr. and Mrs, saving fodder and making molasses. Andy Dakfr. Wo wich tho young Mrs. Wartha Stpp has been vla- Vice-Proste .... uuumnu sruiKCS Burning Springs, Sept. 27. Tho Rev. C. F. Chestnut filled his regu lar appointment last Saturday and V. H. Cannock, the popular Sunday. drummer, la spending a few weeks at home. Many of cur pupils and others went to Manchester last Saturday, the attractions being a Teachers association and a baseball tournament. Tho associativa was well attended and many topics relating to successful schools were ably discussed by tho teachers and invited guests. the visitors were Drs. Isaac Manning and Clyde, Mrs. Chas. P. Weaver and tho Itcv. Bums of Oneida. The baseball game was full of Interest and excitement and tho score was eleven io threo in favor of tho Manchester team. Mrs. Dr. Hornsby gavo a moat delightful party last Monday night, The Educational board met hero to try ono of lt3 teachers for various misdemeanors. It decided to dismiss tho teacher. An appeal for reinstatement has boon mado to tho Superintendent. A largo crowd gathered last Monday In our chapel to hear Mrs. Chas. P. Weaver who is interested in school improvement Leagues. A league was organized with the following officer: ., Pres., Mr. L. B. Webb, Mr. Joiiu Smith, Sec. and Treas., Miss Haagcn. Tho league met, Friday evening, to plan work for the Improvement of tho school grounds and the town. W3 aro vory sorry to record tho serious illness of Mr. G, M. Baker, Drs. Hornsby and Webb re. port several casta of typhoid In tho Copyright, 1909, by Doubledsy, Page e Company. vicinity of Teg 33. A small child of died recently of J. Gentry captured three moonThe state department's Investigashine distilleries and two of the operators, Dan Bowling nnd Meredith Ma.'- - tion of European systems of stinl. Federal Court has closed credit tins now reached tho second at stiijce l which n study Is made of tho wero con.lacKsou, iy. oeveniy-inrt'- o victed, 12 wore taken to prison by J. mortgage Inind societies and the tnort-gngC. Griffith and G. J. Gentry. luniks. It Is oipcctt-Kilns that this Flanery, U. S. Marshal nnd John C. la tho form of coicratlve credit Griffith stayed ever night with U. j which, under one plan or another, will J. Gentry, Monday J. F. Brewer and be proposed for adoption In the Unltel family left, the 2cth, for Mndlwm Coun. States In connection with President ty to look over their nine thousand Tuft's efforts to extend this assistance dollar farm. Rnvenuo men will l?avo to the American fanner. Beattyvlllo about tho first of October As compared to the present Ameriraiding thru Perry County. can system of farm land lonus thla TltAVi;i,i:its llr.ST credit would acform of Travelers Rest, Sept. 21. Wo havo complish two things for tho fanner: had a splendid rain, which will plcasw First. It would iktuiIi li 111 to repay a groat many fannira in this section his loan through an easy system of ( by furnishing plenty of water in j amortization extending over long pe-- I their pastures. It Is nn awful busy rlod of jenrs and would remove effec, timo with tho fanners, fodder havlwj tively the menace of forecloiure or and molasses making. Henry Smith renewal which hangs like the sword I of EarncstvllliT line recently move! of Damocles over the head of any bor Into tho proiierty cf his son, Clay, rower from a private Individual under ,ui mis piacc. 1 no Missionary Hap - a short time mortgage, tlst Association will convents at Wind 8ccond.- -lt would unlock the doors Cavo In Jacksoo County next Friday, 'of the great money centers to tho Saturday and Sunday. Hargls Phil- - farmer of the remotest regions and i , lips has bought Lovl Brandenburg a give a security to the Investor In New farm. UalUrd Ileglcy of this place ' York, so that ho would need have no will start. In a few day, to Mexico concern with knowing anything or the otter fRrm ort of where his father and brother live. (Texas or Oregon on which the money I LAUREL COUNTY he lends Is to tic spent iMTTxiii'itti , This mentis to the farmer low rates Pittsburg, Sept. 23. Tho Graded of Inlcrest and easy terms for repay-Schoat this place began on Monday, went. What It would mean In moro American farm- Sept. 2. Tho enrollment bo far a "Pccinc "" about two hundred and seventy flv. er can l easily seen In a comparison of conditions In Germany or Franco Wo are looklnc forward to a successand In the Tnllcd States. Mere Is tho ful school year. Tho County statement of n dealer In In ml mortteachers association of division N. gages In our southwest, made at a li will bo held ct Uie Host IlernsUdt meeting In New York rlty The Graded School next Saturday. Tho shaker wns the buslneas Misses Kllza and Nelly Lunsjord weru of s company fltianrvd by British cap-Ittho gucsU cf tho Misses Lotto, Let-tl- o whirli makes mortgage loans on and '.Maggie Colo, Sunday. Tho farms in the Houthwonlern states: Laurel River Association of Baptists I "V havo Uvn loaning money nt 8, will be held with tho Fast Pituburg 0 nnd 10 ht rent. I lonnol money In years ago llaptlbt church, beginning the first the Pnnhnndlc twpnty-revuand for the first three or four years Friday In October. Mrs. Lula Clont never got s than 3 ier cent n month. left, yesterday, for Mt. Vernon to vis That Is Incident to a new country. It her daughtar, Mrs. Kllza McGlnnls, Now our bnnk rnte Is 10 per cent. Our who is sick. Our Sunday School ut land loans that we have been mnklna; Kast llttsburg is progressing nicely. the first year or so through that scc- ' tlon of the country 'have leen mado on an 8 or f) per cent basis. However. BEREAiiARKEfs I nm very frank to say that I think Uuttcr2Uc per ound. the rates oustit to come down and Kegs, 22c tier dozen. that wp oucht to he Me to get money from that section of the country at VLUKrAULKS 0 or 7 tier cent" Irish potatoes, 05c per bu. In compnrNon with this ststement the 8weet potatoes l por bu. Credll Ponder of France Is able to Cabbage per iound. loan monev on farm lands at 4.3 net" POULTitV: cent nnd the German societies and Chickens, fryers, lie per pound. banks nt about 4 or 4.. per cent. As Hens, 9c, jier pound. Roosters 6c the spoaker quoted shore sars, tho FRUITS: high rate of Interest In this country Is Apples, GOc per bu. Pears fl per probably to a large extent due to the bu. fact that It lsa new country and thot money here Is more nrtlvely employed. FLOUK, MEAL, ETC. It Is doubtful whether, even with tho Rest grado 3.20 1K)r humired. adoption of the European machinery, Meal, $1 pec bu. the Interest rates on mortgages could Wheat bran, fl.40 per hundred. lie brought down as low In the United Wheat, ,1 per bushel. States as they nre In either France or Corn 'J3c per bushel. Germany It Is the opinion of nn less Oats, SOc per bushel. au authority thnn Charles A. Cotisnt, Hay, C0c per bundled. hnwerer. that they could Ih drought Cattle, 3 M to Cc ior lb. down to 5 per cent A mortgage at IS per cent wlih Calves, 5 to Cc per pound. the advantage to tho farmer of repaying his loan little by Hogs, 7 to gc per pound. little through nn unbiinlensome plan Sheep, 2 4 to 3, 3 2 per lb. of amortization1 might bo accepted as Lambs, i to Cc por ound. Hides, dry 15c per lb., grten, 10c. tho sum totnl of benefit to lie expected by the American farmer from tho ' adoption of some such system as. for CINCINNATI MARKETS Instance, the German mortgngo bank plan. Butter 27c por lb. Eggs, 24 por doi. 11 J Direction, Has Looked Into the System In Vogue In Europe It Would Mean. Low Ratee and Easy Term For Repayment. u tttt!t I "r nt u ; lt-- lc 1- An African Theodore came to gTlef Irish potatoes, 2.0032.25 bu. Just forty five years ago because be Sweet potatoes 2.00O,2.23. thought he was the whole show Tho FRUITS: rest of mnnklnd thought they were Apples, fancy packed, 2.2502.CO per some show. too. and Theodore of Abysbarrel. sinia learned too Into thnt he hod tnnde POULTRY: a very serious mistake In not taking Springers (1 2 lbs and over) 15c thnt very natural altitude Into arcoutit. Nature has' not given to any Individual lb. Hens, 14c. Roosters, 3 2 a Turkeys, hens, 10 2 c lb., toms, a monopoly of the nullities requisite In rule of a people. gceso Co lb., Ducks, 10 13c tho lb., Young guineas 4.0005.00 doz. A vote for tho Democratic ticket this CATTLE, HOGS, ETC, fall Is n vote for free trade and all thnt Cattle, 7J58. free trade stands for, A vote for the Calves, 8.00010.25. bull moose ticket Is a vote for someHogs 8.25i8.C0. Pigs (110 lbs. and less) 4.0007X0. thing which no one, not even Its promoters, ran give any light upon, A Sheep 2.8503.35. vote for the Itepilbllran ticket Is a Lambs 4.2506.25. Tote for protection to honest American Corn 75c per bu. toll, and protection la a aynouym for Wheat 95c per bu. prosperltv. Newport (N, II. I ChamHay 14.00 por ton. pion. hv tha wfla Srar Portuguese m mdi. far back m the middle of the sixteenth century. CSin1-a rAjnB-ntcA(- VEGETABLES: Another African Theodore. Pecullarlty of Cholera. Begins next week. It is as interesting as Freckles. Watch for it, and don't miss an issue. u g Zttt iJSSUXiS T2 ,our ot " a-- w When Wilson Will Qet Worse Left Woodrow Wilson complained that his private car was left several hours behind hy the Chicago express. That's nothing to the way he and his free trade crew will be left oehlnd by tha Taft Itepubllcan express on Nov. 5.