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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 17, 1912 AMrfl Knowledge ia power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. to ttie Interests of tti Mountain People Ono Dollar a year. No. 10 MR. FARMER Two Car Loads of Globe and Equity FERTILIZER 10 Ce $100 aBu iaBBWiBBBBLBBSSSSSSr jri "WVilBBna For Fall sowing, just arrived. Prices interesting and terms liberal. Sec them belore you buy. AT WAIST AND SEAM .BBBBB'VBBBBBBBBBBLr 2 Jk Those two Strategic points in the Trousers plan are protected in Dutchess Trousers by a famous warranty. So Sure are the malcersofthe Dutchess that every button and stitch are doing their full duty that they offer to pay 10 Cents for every button which fails of its mission, or $1.00 for a rip occurring within two months after purchase. CHRISMAN'S MAN" "THE FURNITURE UNITED R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY EX-PRESI- SMS NEWS IN OUR JWN STATE ROOSEVELT ENTERS RIGHT BREAST, SHOT By CRANK BULLET BUT DOES NOT PENETRATE LUNG DOUQHTY COLONEL PROOEEOS TO AUDITORIUM, AND MAKES FIFTY MINUTE SPEECH AFTER RECEIVING WOUND examinahospital and given an tion. Tho bullet was found to have enNow In Chicago Hospital Ratline Easily and Apparently Out of Danger tered tho right breast and ranged upward, not penetrating tho lung, and Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 14, 1912. vwas pronounced painful, but not Colonel Roosevelt was shot by a necessarily serious. would-b- o assassin hero tonight, shortTho would-b- o assassin halls from wan New York, and bears tho name ly before eight o'clock, as hu of entering hlo automobile to go to Schrank. Papers were found on his tho Auditorium to make u speech. person that showed hun to be dafA largo crowd was around tho en- fy on tho subject of the third-tertrance to his hotel awaiting to catch Ho says bo Is a pot, and that he a glimpse of 'Mr. Roosevelt, as he .had been told In repeated dreams to departed, and tho flash of a pistol 'kill Mr. Roosevelt. and tho report of the shot TUESDAY'S BULLETIN Mr. Martin, tho crowd. Chicago, Oct, 15. Colonel tho Colonel's secretary, bounded from this wub brought to Chicago tho nutomoblle, and overpowered the morning. Ho Is under the rare of assailant before a second hot could tho most eminent physicians of tho his country. bo fired. Mr. Roosevelt waved Tho wound Is a serious ono hat to tho crowd, and tho automobile In tho chest. Tho examination showtho proceeded to tho Auditorium, 92, ed a tomperaturo of 9S.8, pulse Colonel hlniBolf apparently not realizbreathing painful. Tho bullet apparI ing that bo was hurt. ently did not penetrato the lung. A slight examination was made In Mr. Roosevelt will require absolute the waiting room of tho Auditorium, rest, and at present nil speaking en- failed to determine- the ex- 'gagements aro cancelled. which tent of his injuries, but he refused to take tho advlco of physicians, and DESERVING OF ATTENTION proceeded to the stage, plunging Into his speech. The audlenco beforehand The article of Prof. Rumold will no had been nctlfled, however, and they doubt bo read with Interest this week. listened In awe, Boeing tho effort of setting forth the claims of the Protho wounded man to disguise the gressive party. pain ho was In. The speech was a Aside from tho regular features, rambling one. Mr. Itooscvclt repeat- Prof. Lewis' article on "Simon Says," ing numbers of times that ho car- and Mr. "Montgomery's farm article on ried a bulleJL After the ordeal was "Buildings that Should Do Looked Afa ter," both of which aro very Interover, ho was quickly taken to esting, we call attention to an article on "Business Training," by Mr. of THIS ISSUE Herbert M. Williams of 'Michigan, PAOB FIRST that Is very practical and should prove helpful to every ono who reads It. Editorials Already letters aro coming In exKentucky News pressing pleasure In tho way the World News new story beglno, and we have been United States News. deluged with most favorable comment The Progressive Party. on tho previous story, "Freckles." PAGE TWO. Don't miss "Tho Girl of Tho Llmbcr-lostEditorial. LATER TAKEN TO HOSPITAL X-r- Uncle Sam Takes Stock of His Fighti- Big Religious Convention in Session ng; Forces Knox and Fisher Reat Louisville Kentucky Has Finest Crop in Her History Callahan's Wyoming Convicts Mak turn yjW-ejppjij Murderers Run Down at Last-St- ate Dash for Liberty Demonstration sbssm Tuberculosis Commission Against I. W. W. World's TrotSeeking Secretary. ting Record Broken Boston and New York Tied. RELIGIOUS CONVENTION BJPi y VBsBbBBbbsw a vaVsBsBsBsBsBfeiBV The International Convention of UNCLE SA'M REVIEWS NAVY Its On Oct. 12th, the most powerful tho Disciples of Christ began fleet of war vessels ever seen In the annual session In Louisville, Monday. New This is the largest gathering of this western world assembled at 11 denomination, delegates coming from York. O by American Press Association. At tho same timo tho Asiatic fleet all parts of the world, and the at THEODORE ROOSEVELT. was mobilized at Manila under com tendance at Louisville Is possibly larger than It would bo elsewhere Nicholson. mand of Tho mobilization continued from for the reason that It Is a kind of A DASTARDLY ACT tho 12th to the 15th, giving Uncle homecoming, the missionaries returnhis ing as to a Mecca. Sam ample tlmo to calculate The entire country ia shocked ai the attempted assassination of KENTUCKY'S CROPS strength on tho seas. Roosevelt in Milwaukee, Monday night. The act was According to the final report of the There are ono hundred and twenty- that of n miscreaut and meets with the condemnation of every seven ships of all classes from the agricultural dept. of tho state for- - tho liberty-lovin- g and patriotic citizen of the country. big like the Wyo- year, Kentucky's crops are unexcell- It is a pity that the best and most patriotic and those who are ming and Arkansas ot 26,000 tons dis- ed In our history. There Is almost no held in tho highest esteem by the best elements of the untion are conplacement down to the smaller cruis- complaint, except that frost has instantly subjected to danger from weak and disordered minds. jured some of the lato corn In the ers and scouts. The total displaceSchrank, the would be assassin, is a crank and worse than a crank. western part of the state. ment being 741,590 tons. Thirty-tw- o He belongs to a most dangerous class dangerous because fanatical, INDICTED FOR CALLAHAN'S battleships are listed among tho because absolute protection and security from his kind are impossible. MURDER rest with 491,503 tons displacement. Ho works in the dark. While a fool, he is not fool enough to pubAfter the lapse of five months, tho RETURN KNOX AND FISHER lish his intentions. grand Jury of Breathitt County has " The attempted assassination of Mr. Roosevelt is trebly unfortuSecretary of State, Knox, arrived In returned Indictments agalast fifteen nate. Personally, a man of high idealH and conscious of advocating Scattlo, Wash.. Oct. 11th. He has alleged conspirators In the assassinano measure and making no move that is not for the highest interests been abroad on official duties for tion of Ed Callahan. of his countrymen, it may shock his faith in bis fellowmen to realize some tlmo during which time ho rep Tho evidence against the accused that he is subjected to such an attack. the was hunted up by a daughter of tho resented the United States at In the secoud place, it is unfortunate- for the cause which he repiuneral service of the late Emperor slain feudist, who Is said to have resents. He is now incapacitated for carrying on his campaign, and, of Japan. Ho Is to speak ,ln Seattle ridden the county over on the trail if the result is not what he expected it to be, it may be attributed to and Portland In the Interest of tho ot various clues. that cause. While on the other hand if the outcome is different from Republican campaign before he re Warrants were Immediately Issued, wbut his opponents wish and expect, it may bo attributed to symturns to Washington. and more than half of the accused pathy and not to the worth of the claims of his party. Secretary of Interior, Fisher, ar are now in Jackson Jail. Again, it is unfortunate for the opposing, candidates in that it rived from Honolulu on the same MEETING OF STATE TUBERmay excite undue sympathy for the Progressive cause and detract atboat and expects to be In Washing CULOSIS COMMISSION tention from the real worth of the claims of the rival parties. ton soon, after a visit to the Yoscm-lt- e The State Tuberculosis Commission However among those, "who possess opinions and a will" the act Park. consisting of Gov. McCreary, Dr. W. of a crazy man will not turn a vote one way or another. WYOMING CONVICTS TERRORIZE Dr. B. Williams, Dr. H. S. Keller, The Citizen joins with all the good in rejoicing that the dastard COUNTRY Yoe, Mrs. Desha Breckinridge, Miss failed in his purpose. Thirty prisoners under life sen- Tevls Camden, and 'Mr. Bernard Fiex-nmet In the office ot the Govertence In the Wyoming state penitentiary escaped, last week, and march- nor at Frankfort, the latter part ot last week. Mr. Flexner was the only ed thru tho streets of Rawlins armed leaving a trail of blood be- member absent. The. object of tho Voter Finds Little to Inspire a Choice Between Platforms and hind them as they made their way meeting was to examine Into tho JjB3Svf v tar ?ji&jJm0$tt Rcar-Admlr- al right-minde- d, " - er The Progressive Part Candidates But the New Party Alone is Unfettered and Can Do Things Continued on. Face Fire Continued on page Fle "contents !" Temperance Notes. PAOK THREE Our Teachers Department. Homo Course In Domestic Science. Sermon. Sunday School Lesson, Story Reward of Unselfishness. PAGE POUR I Locals. Home Town Helps. PAOK Children' Column. mi Kitchen Cabinet Taft Hays Third Party. PAOB SIX Serial Story. PAOB SEVEN Apple Packing. Horticultural Notes, lataaaiv Famine Eastern Kentucky News. Real Progress Under Tuft. paob Eiairr ' Tho Domestic Sclenco article this week contains much of Interest to the degro only having made an open housowifo. llfo being too monotonous and the claration and begun hostilities, but pay being poor. THE KAS1ER AND CROWN tho others aro rapidly mobilizing their PRINCE AT OUTS forces, and will soon take part In the NEWS Much is being made over tho fact first united effort to drlvo Turkey out of Europe. that In tho latest photographs of War Actually Exists In the. Balkans-Fra- nce Most of tho engagements already tho family ot Kaiser Wllhelm of Gervt many tho crown prince Is left out. Wants a Great Navy. Has reported aro resulting In favor Money But Needs Sailors Kaiser tho Montenegrins. Thousands of lives Tho Kaiser and his son havo been at loggerheads for nearly a year, th-- i at Outs With the Crown Prince A havo already been sacrificed. troublo having begun when the prince Hazardous Voyage. FRANCE WANTS GREAT NAVY engaged In a demonstration In the CLASH INEVITABLE Tho French government, Inspired Reichstag which was considered very Tho great powers that havo for by her recent success In the matter democratic. Ho has since been pracyears kept the sick man, tho unspeak- ot diplomacy, Is anxious to build a tically banished, and no communicaable Turk at his place In Constanti- great navy, and finds no difficulty tions are Bald to pass between him nople have undertaken more than In gettiug many millions voted for and bis father. Uioy can accomplish, HOME RULE DIVIDING FAMILIES It wouid seoin tho building of great difficulties, England's determination to give In their effort to prevent a clash be- Sho Is meeUng tween the allied llttlo powers Syria, however, In the matter ot manning Homo Rule to Ireland Is not only Montenegro, Uulgarln and Greece with these vessels, the. Frenchman cot meeting with opposition in that couii- Cotttluued on Page FittJ Turkey. War actually exist". 'Monfne. taking well to the naval career, tho Criterion of Choice Not the Platform So far as the announcement ir principles 1b concerned there Is little cholco between tho three great political parties which aro claiming tho support of tho voters In tho present campaign. Each of them in Its platform Is lavish In Its promise of making cortaln reforms In which tho peo-pl- o aro Interested. The trusts aro to bo looked after and managed or con trolled to the people's Interest; tariff schedules are to bo revised In tin people's Interest. Immigration laws are to be modified to the advantage of the people. The natural resources are to be conserved for the people's Interest. In fact in the' platform of each party oil the matters which affect thb Interests aro to be carefully looked Into. So on tho ground of platform promises there Is llttlo Continued on Paf Two NOW IS THE TIME to see us about your Roof. Winter will soon. Orders are coming in fast. The steel is advancing rapidly. The Best Right Now. Drop us a card in order to on our list. be here price ot Time is get you WORLD Berea School of Roofing HENRY LENGFELLNER, Mgr. ts. We have the goods the quality of workmanship and the right price. $5.00 per square for a roof wortti f 6.00 to $7.00 is cheaper than $4.00 for a roof worth only 13.99. Just like your Galvanized fence so your Galvanized Roofing will rust if you get the cheap kind. Page Two. which they wore going, And so Mr. Jones thnt l not her name was nlwnys on hand when notl-flthnt prisoner win to bo released. A family newspaper for ill that It right, And sho did moro thnn merely to glvo true and Interesting. good adrlec. She took him to her home. rublfthtd erery Thurxlay t ntrca, Ky. There the convict wna given n few days of sheltered freedom before ho BEREA PUBLISHING CO. faced tbo conditions under which he (Incorporated) must take up the thread of his broken J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Mutator. life. ess Mrs. here, but whose Subscription Ratos name Is written In the Iji nib's Hook of PAYAIILK IN ADVANCK life! enld she wanted to get the con Onf Yar vlct look off the faces of the men. the Alz Moalht fa, convict habits broken up, and the fear Three Month fntrnn frnm 4Iia nrai Hint liml HVajI In I Send money by roffice oM!pM Monty tuc Presence of the guards. o The men ntc at the tablo along with Order. Draft, Registered Utter, or one nd ceniiump.. ,lcr i)tlntntrd and herself. Her homo was their home. Uy every means she hut due your miWripiion I paid. chanted within three weeks after renewal accustomed them to the feeling that notify u. Miwinjt numbers will tie ftladly aupplied If we they were free humans with n chance. in most Instances she was successare notlnri. Literal tetmi given to any who obtain new ful and thus saved scores of men. four nuWrlptlonj for 111. Any one wilding It was the human touch. yearly lubiicnptloni can recelteTheCltiien tree tor himself for one year Do you remember when tho Nnza-rcnAdtertUIni; rates oil application. was hero that In many cases where ho mado n euro lie touched the urMRii or person cured? It was tluf human contact that restored the sufferer ns much as the divine power. Somebody sympathized and cared! And so you may form countless societies for the reclamation of the convict In vain unless, somewhere, tbcro Is the touch of personal human symPRI5SS ASSOCIATION. KK.VTUCKY pathy such as this woman gave. THE CITIZEN which means admueh t' every Individual In the Intnl. First n sailing protection nnd making state incnts that demonstrated his lack ot knowledge of the facts, he shifted fmn that position to 0110 where he was try Ing to calm the fear of tho Industrial nnd commercial elements In the popu latlon aroused by his Initial uttcrniifi .Out of all of Ills more or less vngtii' talk on the subject only one thliu' emerges clearly and distinctly that in that bo nnd his party propose n purelj political revision of the tariff, wltli tilt October i j, 1912. poll ot tho working men ot a Iottls vlllo factory, 108 votes for tho Pro gressive, C for tho Democratic nnd 4 for tho Republican. C. F, Ilumold. BUSINESS TRAINING The Citizen oniitT subject 11 bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbrps xHHHHHHHHHt HHHHHHHHHHBMaV- - ..", IHHHHhI Jones-namel- HlHMHIakw!HBHL4rr bbbbbbbbbbbK hhhhhhhIKv hhhhhhhhhhhhhbS IhhhhK1 IhhhhhkS 'the disaster, distress and dlsturbnnn thnt such n revision entails. Sclcntlllt revision on accurate Information Is rPolitical revision ls Just what tho people do not wnnt. hut both candidate aud part) nre committed to It, hence their t to get awny from the Issue. Ity all means let the trusts be dN cussed, too, but not in terms of gen emlitles. such ns Governor Wilson In dulged In before tho Democratic stnti convention at Trenton Inst Tuesday And while discussing It Governor Wll son might explnln why It wns thnt house curtailed the trust Investigating work of the department of Justice by granting only of the sum needed to carry on the In bors mapped out. dp-drtwo-thir- ejected by him nnd his pnrty. ifitint! WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT. HE o TURNS TO' TRUSTS. CRIMINAL INDIFFERENCE Diphtheria is epidemic In Ken tucky. In our issue last week we quoted the Hoard of Health as stat ing that it U prevalent In twenty counties. The fact Is that It Is much more widespread thnn that and proving more serious thau stated. Covington la possibly the most serious sufferer and tho public schools nnd public libraries have been closed and children aro prohibited from attending the moving picture shows. Covington knows how to handle the disease how to prevent its spread. There have been a number of cases in and about Benin, but there seems to bo entirely too littlo precaution against its spread. The doctors aro doing what they can and warning peo ple and also giving antitoxin as a preventative, but there seems to bo a general indifference. Some that have been exposed go boldly nnd about tho streets,, seemingly with no thought of any obligation to their neighbors. Persons who have been exposed to a disease and know it, and who do not tako precautions to prevent Its spread, are not only viciously careless but wilfully criminal. This 13 c matter of most vital concern, not only to Berea and vicinity but to every neighborhood, nnd it would be hard to speak of it in too strong language. I'olson wilfully handed a child would kill it and there might be some punishment meted out to the criminal in that case. The diphtheria gorm, carried in the clothes or by some one taking the disease, or recovering from it, is a poison and kills more surely than a great maffy polson3. And, whllo there is no law to apprehend the individual who distributes this poison, there ought to be a law, and if not a law, sufficient public sentiment to isolate car-less- ly VIEWPOINT Or THE OLD. Today I talked to an old man, who eald: "The older I prow the more despond ent I become. I have outgrown my be-Ilcf in the goodness of people nnd things. We older folk have learned what Is the cruelty of fate! Happiness ls no more than a beautiful dream." Toor old i.m; I felt sorry- for him. Disillusioned and nnbappy, bis frnmo of mind ts that of permanent pessi- face of disappointment. Tbey have learned' that both ecstasy and sorrow are short lived. Looking backward over their lives, these elder people come to realize that while childhood nnd youth have their Joys, they also have their griefs. For Instance: If the child enjoys keenly. It suffers intensely. Mnde misms However, be Is nn exception. Host old people whom I know aro serene nnd cheerful. The years have taught them that the law of compensation bolds. If It should be cloudy today, why tomorrow the sun may bo shining. Knowing they must not expect too much, they can smile In the Woodrow Wilson Evades Discussion ol the Tariff Question. It Is the trust Issue, we are now told by Woodrow Wilson, that Is pant mount In the campaign. Last week It wns the tariff. What It will be next we,ek has not yet.liecn Indicated. In his speech of acceptance Govcrnot Wilson emphasized tho fact thnt platform wns not a program. Thtw were words of wisdom. A program ls something to be followed with some degree of fidelity. A platform, in tin- 'lexicon of tbe Democratic candidate. Is n flexible thing, not to 1h taken toi seriously, but to lie bent and altered to meet the demands of the moment No program for the candidate. A tilic adaptable platform Is good enough fur him. In nil fairness and In all decency I however. Dr. Wilson should not ! permitted to evade a discussion of he brought forward as the portant one early In his campaign 11 111 MR. WILSON'S APOLOGY. Afraid to Publish Whit He Said About Union Labor and Immigrant. Tbo so called Wilson defense burenn has Issued a long statement to tin effect that Woodrow Wilson's publMi cd opinions In his books on the alleged Inferiority of European Immigrants nnd American worklngmen generally to the Chinese nnd favoring Chlm- -f immigration, etc., havo been "mWn him. . And the same thing may be said about the person who carelessly spreads measles, whooping cough or any other contagious disease. ESTILL TRIBUNE Irvine, Ky., has another newspaper, "Tho Estill Tribune." The first copy to reach The Citizen desk is Vol. 1 No. 5, and is a newsy sheet. Tho Editor and owner is Mr. Grant E. Lilly, and the politics of the paper is Democratic. is glad to make the . The Citizen acquaintance of Tho Tribune and wishes it abundant success. There is no danger that too many good papers will bo published, and Judging from our first meeting with The Tribune, and knowing something of the character of itts owner and Editor, wo believe it will bo in the class of the good and therefore be indispensable. THE HUMAN TOUCH. This la tbe fine story of a woman who, by her request, shall be nameless. Her one plea Ls that she be permitted to do good In secret She Is tbe convict's friend. Her great service was rendered In the days before Warden Tynan of the Colorado penitentiary introduced bis humane methods treating prisoners as If they were human beings. This woman lived In Canon City. where the state prison ls located, and he used ber opportunity to study the prisoners. She could not see that they were particularly different from other people In moat cases. It seemed to ber there were persons as bad If not worseon tbe outside of tbe walls. The woman wondered why so many of tbe convicts went from the prison and took up a criminal career and were sent back. 8be was told that It was almost Impossible for an to make aa honest tiring. Which touched ber sympathies. She determined to aid tbe dlscharced convicts, helping them. If possible, to iipi themselves to tbe world into moat-- ljlltu'- fnt Washington would not takeurJ BlvlnK nd Grant could not get no man shall which should bo sold: whether tbo lai have.'' And ns for yobth, if Its Joys are eager satno feed would glvo moro weight n Joys. Its sufferings are acute. It ls the and was "dead on his fcct."TIewas ono breed of hogs than in another: young who despair and commit suicide. huma- nby powerful party leaders nnd must whether tho grain fed to tho hens There is no shield of experience to of necessity yield in largo measure j would bring moro In tho market than "Even as you and I." Interpose between youth nnd sorrow. it is nlways proper to Insist on the to their wishes If ho ls to accomplish tho eggs and young fowls aro worth. The old man smiles at that which service for which vou nar. That is anything. No ono man, howover force This may all bo known by a simple gives to the young man an agony of exact Justice. But iui ana alert he may bo, can by his system of bookkeeping and records, spirit Tbe old man knows. Mercy Is above Justice. And the Tbe youth Is apt to be impatient. quality of mercy Is not strained. It own acts solvo tho problems that which will pay mcro In money nnd He ratlsfactlon than tho effort costs. Intolerant and exacting. The old have blesses both blm who gives and him must bo immediately solved. learned patience and charity and for- who receives. We should remember must havo tho cupport and confi Tho writer somo tlmo ago planted giveness. Is It to be doubted which that service Is rendered by people who dence of his party. Wilson Is bound several acres of sugar beets which get tired, who have headaches and to hear tho wishes of tho party lend- brought a nice sum when sold, but has the happier frame of mind? And fear? Tbe old have listened to heartaches, who forget ers of tho old tlmo Democratic larty, when the cost of seed, fertilizer, lathe preaching of many dire prophecies "Even as you and I." in return for their support. Thnt is bor nnd rent of land was figured up that have never come true. Again and The newslioy taught me a new the only way things can bo done ho found that ho was 25.00 out ot have they heard the awful crash son of tolerance nnd charity. The whero many pcoplo are Interested. pocket. Of course he would not try of the presaging storm die out betimes boy really desired to serve me. It Tammany Hall and Mr. Murphy aro that crop again on tho snmo .soil uninto the mere rumble, succeeded by tbe paid blm to do so. Merely be had patter of the gentle rain. Why should not been able to get my location still powerful. Whatever Mr. Wilson der tho satno conditions. It ho had may bo personally ho is bound to rep- not kept a record ho might have done they be disturbed at tho lowering straight , In bis head. . 1. A .f.n Glnxn ln fl clouds? L. resent tbo principles ot tho men so. ad homlnem Interrogatory he has not who support him In his work Tes, my friend is tbe exception. and Tho great editor, Horace Oreeley, Most old people have come to know missed a number of my paper. He placed him In office. Thoso men are Is said to havo been Interested In that things in this world are not all was only human not a machine not the men whoso Interpretation as gardening nnd to have raised a fine "Even as you and I." bad und npt all good, but are good, bad "and what Is lot of turnips, to who the pcoplo aro but when he counted and indifferent and mostly good. Test for tho peoplo has always been tho cost It was ,clx cents apiece. Soothing tbe spirit with the belief In accepted except by tho members tf Wost of us could not afford such the ultimate outcome of tbe good, they tho In nor ring. farming. trust and hope unto tbe perfect day. Taft also Handicapped If ovcry ono should keep a personContinued from page one Tho Republican leader likewise, al account of all money received and room for choice between the throo "EVEN AS YOU AND I." whatever his own good Judgment spent. It would pay well. Often a bill I had been lecturing tbe carrier boy great parties. may dictate to him, can bo nothing will bo presented from a store for Not the Individual Candidate rather sharply. lie had been miss moro than the tool a powerful goods already paid for and that liting the delivery of my evening newsNor from the standpoint ot per- political machine madoofup of many tlo account book will show tho mispaper about half the time. sonal merit and integrity ls thcro of tho most notoriously corrupt ill-tlc- take and save more than Its cost in Tbe boy was new to the route and a great difference in choice of tho leaders ot tho time that named money, beside avoiding hard when I spoke to him once before he ' njCn who repre8ent these parties him for tho high office over appeared rather Independent Out All threo men aro tho highest popular wish of of the this tlmo be was a little tearful when typo the very peoplo It shows also whero considerable of American citizenship. Each whom be looked up and said: ho is to serve. small chango has gono that might ot them has in a large measuro tbe "Don't you make mistakes. Mister?" Doth tho Democratic and Republieasily havo been saved to buy that The shot went straight home. In- same high Ideals ot government. Each can party leaders aro bound by party larger thing that wo feci wo cannot of them Is willing to honestly serve deed, I have made a lot of mistakes tlea and plodges to carry out the afford but need so much. both of bead and heart and some one the pcoplo. party policies ot parties that hao This personal training In our own might properly lecture me for them. The Interpretation of a Phrase hlthorto been Ineffective In bring- accounts goes far to mako us accu- We are apt to be slow In making exTho Ideals of tho party candldato ing about the fundamental reforms rato in the work of tho future cuses for the other fellow. If the employ, newspaper Is not on the front porch and party platform will not give one that really affect tho peoplo. cr or In tho futuro business. when we look for It tf the mall carrier a choice In this campaign. Tho cholco Roosevelt Alone Free to Act Whatever wo do, wo canot afford should chance to come but once in- is determined by matters that are Tho Progressive party is free ta to miss tho careful business training. stead of twice a day. If the telephone more vital to tho people. It Is tho act as it soes the real Interests of Horbert M. Williams. girl at central falls to respond at once, Interpretation as to Just "the tf tbe waiter at the cafe Is delayed, we people" aro whoso interests who to bo tho pcoplo. IU candidate is unhamaro Duty makes U3 do things well but pered and unfettered by any party forget that theso persona are fallible looked after, and tho ability and ties. Ills own wishes are tho wishes love makes us do them beautifully human beings the executive power of tbo man to ot bis supporters. He has tho Phillips Drooks. "Even as you and I." For many year I edited newspapers, carry out the will of tho icople that of his followers. He can must determlno tho choice. Tbo mission of tho Ideal woman is act with freedom. He' haa already and, like all editors, I insisted upon .I WSflftVAP mnn ,B I. n iha WWW In .lUUb, UIU UU proven himself a man to make the world homelike. Fran,I " I .AMI.MAW I - .I.A who can do ces E. Wlllard. things for the pCOple, whoCVW It U things. That Is the r mom -- n,l kind of a man that can bring to pass things that wo want. in the mailing department Lore finds Its highest reward lit will bring home to every citizen adNevertheless What kind of a lawyer should bo tho Joy of servlco for otlicrs. J, L. Despite my constant" urging, tbe re- vantages which only a government omployed? Ono who ls timid, who porters would fall to get both sides can glvo, that man, if he Is great listens to ovcry counsel he hears or Zolcba Sweet of a story, and where the facta are enough to remember that "the people'' the one who is fearless and works Ho in whom tho love ot truth pre lacking utilized their fertile fancies; includes evory citizen rich or ioor, In his client's Interest? dominates will keep himself aloof linotype slugs would persistently get individual or coriwratlon, all put toTho ITogresslvo party has the from all moorings and afloat. Emer in upside down; and mall editions gether, will determlno tho choice. man who con do things. It Is the son. would occasionally be missed. The How Wilson Is Hampered party that can servo the people best boys made mlstakos Tbo Democratic leader, statesman In this crisis when such weighty "Even as you and I." 80 long aa wo live we servo. 80 And sometimes when I traced a and scholar though he is, and exalted matters ot state mutt bo acted up- - long as wo are loved by others. I piece of "pi" to Its source I discovered as aro his ideals of a disinterested on and acted unnn at nnm wimf iu would almost say, wo are Indispenthat perhaps tbeflwr man had sat up Vrvjce to the people nevcrUle. meant by its Interpretation ot the sable, and no man Is useless while aiuuiiiit JUtlL a sjck JaUy leM by forc0 of clrcumgtance is otriklngjy Illustrated by a he has a friend. Robert L- - Stevenson. j peoplo 'S happy by a trinket. It ls made miserable by a trifle. One may remember that in his childhood tbe refusal to be permitted to go on a picnic mado life seem scarcely worth the living. To the old person sensibility has been I fji''r6 uti n,m 0Dd unruffled by terpreted." There ls one ready and complete re ply to misinterpretation, and that I to republish what Wilson said to let him speak for himself. This tbo Wll on defense bureau of the Democrat i national committee carefully refrain from doing, and neither Wilson nor therefore, can blame AmerIlls campaign manager refused ncnal ican worklngmen In general and Hum lengo for a Joint debate between It jvenn immigrants In particular for con publican and Democratic speakers on eluding that Wilson meant Just what his langunge meant when he expressed tbe tariff, aud the cnndldato might nnd accuracy Is required In a modern facpersonal responsibility for tint his bad opinion of trades unions bis preference for Chinese over Euro tory to know how profitable tho busibut certainly Dr. Wilson cannot avoid peans. ness is and where losses may be responsibility for bis own words and his own arguments. Tho fact thnt Extract from statement of Mr. Roose-val- t avoided. Again on tho farm tho progressive dated Nov. 8, 1904s bis audiences totally out of sym "On the 4th day of March next t farmer must know what It pays him pathy with his free trade views should f hall hava aervad three and best to ralso; whether n field with not still his tongue If ho has the cotir f and this three age of bis convictions nnd honeitl.v yeare, r Analiliif aa m w ft aaand Thai a certain crop, fertilizer nnd number uasM believes the doctrine which he preach Ja'8 work haa "hown ft l,rotlt nf-t- o wi.a cuttom which limit th. president j ed. If he lie a true lender of the null two tarms ragarda the substance ter hanest and whether another crop protectionists he will Justify his W nd not the form. Under no circum-(o- n this soil with K)88bly less labor llefs and opinions.' stances will I be a candidate for or ae- - or greater certainty may pay him So far from doing this, however. In1 cept another nomination. better. He must know which cows tn .' 1.1 one-halone-halat On n visit to Heron tho writer was struck by tho flno practical training alio gives to her young people. Wo do not bcllovo that any coilcgo In tho country hoc fitted Its teach Ing better to tho needs ot its stu dents. In a recent copy of Tho Citizen Mr. Llvongood speaks ot tho vuluo ot business training for those who nro to becomo clerks, bookkeepers, merchants, etc. Wo should llko to say a littlo more. Ono great valuo ot tho business course Is that It trains tho student In accuracy and system. This training Is needed to day by every business man, fnrmor and employee. To succeed, one mint know how his expenses nnd iacomo compnro. He must know what things cost him, as well as what ho receives for them. All modern busiTbo ness firms are exact In this. head of a factory, with which tho writer ts acquainted, showed a visitor a brass nut and said, "I can tell within tho hundredth of a cent what that cost me." To do so ho bo must hnvo a good system and accurate himself nul he must havo accurnto help. The workmen In that factory show on their tlmo cards tho tlmo they have worked on each Job that day. Every piece of work, even small screws, Is counted, ofEvery ten after each oieratlon. lound ot metal going to the foundry Is weighed beforo it Is sent from tho stock room and each casting when It comes back. To toll tho cost ot that halt Inch nut, not only of the vnluo ot tho material nnd the labor directly applied must be known, but a certain ht cent must be added for the general expenses of power, light, heat, salaried, Insurance, taxes, etc So you can seo what tConductrd by the National Women' Clirlatlan Temperance Union.) GREAT Antl-Llquo- life IDEA IS PROTECTION r Laws Not Intended to Legislate Morality Into People, but to Shield the Individual. "You can't leglilato morality Into people," declares the Those who Imagine that such ts tho solo aim of tho reformer need to bo reminded that laws aro not enacted primarily for tho purposo of making men moral or righteous, but for the protection of society. Laws restricting tho liquor business aro not Intended ns a "rod or lash for tho liquor sell- ers," as tho saloonkeepers and their friends seem to believe, nor yet to mako tho patrons ot tho saloon sober and good. They nro simply protective monsurcs. Tho restrictive Idea ot the ordinary liquor laws Is secondary to tho main Idea of protection. The man, saya tho regulative civil law, who preya upon his fellows, or who for per onnl gain would drain tho ot a nation, may go so far and no farther. Prohibitory law, standing upon the American constitution and upon the bed rock Christian principles, says be must be dented in toto the opportunity to thus wreck the happi ness of homca and to Impede the progress and prosperity of tho people. Prohibitionists aro committed to the abolition of tho liquor t raffle, not alone for the sake of the man who drinks; not even for the sako of the greatest good to the greater number; they ad vocate It on the ground of the great est good to tbe Individual 4nd to the nation on the ground of protection for the boys and girls, for the men and women, of the presont generation, and for those of generations to come. life-bloo- DANGERS Employers OF LIQUOR Becoming HABIT Tem- More and More Strict Enforcement of perance Regulations. In ' t wtod rn.i ipjmaeX1.eva.l2i.adeauatc. n,i..i. dlscussl... '"What - The sentiment for leaving off the use of liquor altoxether ls growing among the men ot the labor unions. As time goes on, the requirements for eiact and high class work by men In the trades ts lncroaalng, and they can not afford to allow their brains to be cloudod from the effects of liquor. Another thing that ls promoting temper-anc- o Is the fact that employers are taking an Interest In I I employees to keep sober. The danger ot liquor drinking men being Injured while at work, and thus making the employer liable for damages, baa caused the employers to becomo more and more strict In the enforcement ot temperance rules. I do not believe that the temperance question can be settled until people have becomo educated along tbe lines of temperance requiring their llflng. Edgar A. Perkins, Leader. Labor HOW ALCOHOL DOES ITS WORK Man, Arguing With Doctor on Necessity of 8tlmulanL Is Qlven Strlk. Ing Object Lesson. A patient was arguing with a doctor on the necessity for his taking a stimulant. He urged that he was weak and needed It. "I am cold and it warms me," be declared. "Precisely," came the doctor's crusty answer. "Bee here. This stick Is cold," taking up a stick of wood from the box beside' the hearth and tossing It Into the fire. "Now it ls warm, but It the stick btnented?" The tick man watched the wood ttrtt tend out little puff a of smoke and then buret Into a flame and replied: "Of coune not. It It burning les-aga- I V. ' The Progressive Party , al feel-Ing- s. "And so are you, when you warm! yourself with alcohol you are literally burning up th delicate tissues of your ttomach and brain." Walking on Water. r. Marvin of the Sons of Temperance says th Detroit Free Press, said In a recent address In Drldgeport: "It Is easy to answer th opponents of temperance. At a mar iners' bethel, for example, I ono Kdward an-wr- d. ., m,L.ln, M I nnnr-rn-ll- heard an opponent very easily Th. preacher was urging Lis sailor audience not to drink; he was pointing out to them the Divine admonitions against drinking, when a shellback rose unsteadily. " 'Captain.' said the shellback, T don't hie believe everything that's printed in th Scriptures. Take that there bio walkln' on the water. I don't believe anybody can walk on the water. Can you hie do It yourself?' " 'My friend,' answered th minister, 1 can walk better on water than I can on rum.'" jusl!? Last spring the two largest and wlttett Yarahlpe of the world were launched on the same day by nations on opposite sides ot th glob. When Madam Koike sent th Japanese cruiser down the ways to th water at Harrow, England, three score pigeons were released from a baloonett suspended at the ship's bows embltsa-atl- o of peaoe and good luck. la Am eric, at Newport News, over th bow of the dreadnought Texas, the daughter of Col. Cedl Lyon broke a bottle ot champagne emblem Uo of what I A Monetary Contrast October 17, 1912. THE CITIZEN. Page Three. MHMTIONAL OUR TEACHERS' DEPARTMENT Edited by Prof. Charles O. Lewia supplementary tlmo Did you over piny tho old gamo havo for of "Simon Says?" You know how nil work along various lines, and yet gather around tho "Simon" and fix are afraid to do so becauso Mi 3 (ny R O. HKI.I.KIIfl. Director of Evening not Dy Rev. . O. Selkti Department, The Moody lllble Institute, their thuml)3 Just aa ho docs, and 'Simon" of your district docs Chicago.) then go through all of his motions. 'say" In that way? If you do you havo DUcW at Embl Drpart4 J Mlr tUb If any ouo Is so unfortunato ns to sold yourself for that which comes "Siof "pleasing tho district" Do you turn "Thumbs down" when LESSON FOR OCTOBER 20. mon" says "up" or to turn them up, bcllcvo that It Is better for your them when they pupils to leave off about two thirds or "wlgglc-wagglo- " 11, ew MIS8ION TO THE QENTILE8. TEXTl "Com Unto should go down, a forfeit hns to ho of tho problems In tho latter half of LE8HON TEXT Mark 7:2t-and Mat. paid and a penalty Is oxnetcd. And tho Arithmetic, mid glvo In their The great appeal of Jesus l to the thew 8:MJ. greater blunder Is to do some- placo original problems of a practiIndividual. He docs not mention Cometh to a yet aOI.DEN TEXT-"II- Im that pupil conscious- me I will In no wise cast out" John thing with tho thumbs who" ''Simon" cal naturo which will mako tho "elan :J7. do sotno hard thinking for himself, Is silent. He does ness." nnd yet fall to follow this plan benot iay, "Admlri Now I do not want to give a Chronologically tho Incident of the Me, Worship Me." on school games, or anything of causo you for "Somo one" which is centurions servant precedes that of but, "Follow Me." tho Syrophonlclan woman, though wo tho kind this week, but I do want another namo for our friend Hli appeal li not will look nt them In tho order sug- to point out tho fact that tho gamo will "Bay something?" If so baaed alone upon gested. Tho one Incident occurs near you aro playing tho Judas on a small of "Simon cays" Is ono of tho most bit the border of Tyro and Bldon, probnil ethlca, very small common ones played on tho great ocalo, which Is net so tnlraclea, nor the ably about May or June, A. D. 29, and athletic field of llfo. It is played by 'after all. bis of beauty In Capernaum during tho Our the other end lawyers and politicians, I Only a tow days ago I asked a character. A. D. 28. Doth are Inci- preachers manube summer of reiponee mint teacher of cxpcucnco and character In tho Ufa of Jesus that have by farmers and merchants and Indlvlduallctlc, not dents facturers, and, I nm Inclined to nay, If ho believed that It would bo w 11 to do with his ministry as tho Hebrew by doing move- Messiah to those who wero outtldo of moro by school teachers than nny for tho districts over tho country If ments, nor by giv- tho pala of Judaism. our tho teachers wero taking somo time ono elso. Too many of us fix ing our assent to At tho beginning of Mark's record podagoglc and professional thumbs each day this fall to help their pudeclarations and (r. 24) wo have a wonderful suggesas wo boo thoso cf tho great "Simon" pils plan and plnnt a small School pronounceme u t s. ministry of custom, ami faithfully go up, or garden In which they could otart cultion as to the strain of eipects our and tho accompanying Jesus, Jesus lesson that o Just as ho ture, experiments with wheat, rye, loving obedience. We do not come to truo righteousness cannot bo hid, It down, or to a our own winter oats and grasses, and bis Bays, regardless of what a dogma, a creed, a church, but speaks for Itself. one man; and more, to a Judgment may toll us Is wise. Moro answer was that which would have There are four uses of the word who knows a loving, sympnthltlng "answered" In Matthew's record of than this, If'by accident wo make a come, from many good teachers over Friend. tho country. "Yes, It would be a flno this Incident (Matt 15:21-28- ) that aro moyo which has not tho ''Simon There Is also n universal note In suggestive Let us first, however, get beforo It, wo think tbat wo have com- thing, but If I tried to do It whero this appeal. Jesus Is the only univer- tho sotting. This woman waa a Greek mitted a grievous blunder. I havo taught, I would bo out of a sal man to whom nil man turn and a Gentllo; by raca sho was a discussing beforo teachers In school beforo a month." of In In whom they find a mutual point that Is, a Canaanlte. I such I am not desiring to blaino contact. Crushed beneath a load of Thus sho waa a descondant of that institutes and other places tho work despair men blindly seek oblivion. raco whom Ood, by tho hand of Josh- outlined In tho Stato Course of Study teachers, but to arouse them. Arouse the Heathenism offers a future of oblivion ua, had drtven out to mako room for ono of tho crlen bo often heard Is, them to tho consciousness of Jesus the Hebrew nation, and aa such Is "In my district I would not daro do greatest prlvllego of tho teacher, th'j ease. or elso of voluptuous says, "Come to Me and find rest." under the ban of Ood. See Eph. 2:12. that, I know that It Is tho best way, prlvllego of being a MAKER of pubNo parnlysls of the soul but eternal Yet this woman reaches Jesus, her get an- lic opinion and not a FOLLOWER. growth. The Invitation troublo being that her daughter la but If I did It I would never activity and g folCeaso to be tho conditions, posscased by an unclean spirit At other school around there." Is to all who fulfill the with lowers In tho gamo of life, though all may not respond. Now my dear friends, such a stateher approach she takes a lowly place tho Yet this appeal Is restricted to those at Jcaus' feet and requests tbat he ment, or condition of mind, If you eyes and attention fixed upon tbst labor. All labor Is profitable, heal the child. Sho calls him the wero never qulto frank enough .to neighborhood "Simon," but bo the but the talk of the Hps tends to pov- "Son of David," and "He answered say tho words, is nothing but the ono to start tho now game of "Right erty. An Idle man has more conceit her not a word." Matt 16:23. Sho purest COWAHDICE. Ksau sold him- and Reason" In your community. than the combined reasons of seven had no claim upon him as the Mes- self for a mess of pottage, Judas sold Never glvo a moment's thought as men. tabor results not atone rn siah. Tbla waa the wrong footing, for for thirty pieces of silver to whether you please any ono in profit, but In weariness. As a tired she was not a child of the kingdom. himself and what ho thought would bo tho yur teaching or school admlnistra- child at the close of day finds rest, It waa her need tbat drove her to ' comfort and counsel In Its mother's htm. How sho had heard of blm Is favor of tho ruling Jews. Aro you go- tion. Play the game of "Right and arms, so we may find rest "In him." suggested In Mark 3:8 and 7:24, cf. ing to sell yourself for a term of Reason" yourself fearlessly, and you with the will bo surprised to find how many Jesus saw that the root of unrest Is Horn. 10:17. There aro some ques- school and a "stand-In- " mental, not physical. Attention Is be- tion that silence will not answer. A school board? I think not, It you are ' tako It In preference to tho game of ing called to the alarming Increase of wrong conclusion will be reached, as ' warned as to what your "Cautious" "Simon says" If there is only a leadnervous disorders the cause of which In this case the disciples came to a policy In reality la. er found. we are told la not. In any large meas- wrong conclusion and desired to Do you bollevo tbat it would be Bo that LEADER for your district A physical one. disordered "send her away." Contrast Jesus' ure, a moro and community, and never forget, brain Is far worse than a diseased patience with the disciples' Impa- ' well to go moro slowly and books thoroughly In tho and "I can if I WILL." body. tience, "she crleth after us" and the danger of external judgare two kinds of rest spoken There stealthily, step "by step, he mounted of In this passage, rest found, and ment There are many great moral Opening tho door, he found them. rest given. This Is the rest given. Issues today tbat aro demanding anhimself on the first floor. Nothing The rest of faith (the gift of God), other answer than that of alienee. to be seen. The air was damp and the knowledge of forgiveness, of asThe Answer of Law. musty, nnd altogether unpleasant surance of our acceptance "In him." Jesus then made a second answer, Cautiously he felt his way up the The labor of his disciples shall be the answer of law, Matthew 15:24, In to the second floor. At heavy laden, bear much fruit, and which ho accepts her estimate of him staircase with It he will "give you rest" as the Jewish Messiah. Ills work Armstrong was a handsome fellow, the head ot tbo stairs he paused, for , The appeal of Jesus Is waa primarily to tho Jews (John 1:11, tall, and of a striking personality. he saw a light shining from under one ssrvlce and Instruction. We learn by 12). Ilut her need was great, and For three years he had occupied a of the closed doors. doing, and logically his first appeal Is Identifying herself with tbo need of position as a night reporter with on From his viewpoint at tbe keyhole, a call to service, "take my yoke upon the chltd she "worshipped" Jesus. ot the largest c.ty newspapers, and he saw Otis beside an open trunk, you." We are attached to a load with He Is more than the Messiah, he Is a no doubt would have been content and everything In general confusion, another, he bearing half. It Is In this Saviour. Not yet, however, Is Jesus to get no further had It not been fot with the drawers ot the dresser open. school of experience that we are to ready to grant her request His third hta sweetheart, Ruth Burton. He was evidently packing up his learn. Jesus sets no premium upon answer (v. 25), the anawer of mercy, Ruth's father objected to Arm- effects In anticipation of a Journey. Ignorance. He Is the great examplar la literally that first the children strong's attentions to his daughter on Just then he turned around so that of what a teacher ought to be and of must be fed, and she replied, "Tea. grounds of his not being able to Armstrong could see his profile; not how to teach. The following out of Lord; even the dogs under the table the style to which she a bad looking face at the worst his command "to teach all nations" eat of the children's crumbs." For support her In the He held a picture In his hand which distinguishing this saying, vlx., that she did not pro had been accustomed, hence his desire Armstrong could not see, but the exhas been one of the to work his way up Into a position-whicfeatures of Christianity. "Learn of test against the words he bad spoken, would enable him to marry pression on Otis' face told him the Ma." The world has sat at his feet but' accepted the proper estimate of Ruth. Just then the telephone rang. story. Otis loved the original of the for nearly two thousand years and htm aa being the Jewish Messiah and picture, whoever It might be. Just has yet to fathom the depths of his herself aa outside of that covenant, It was the night editor on the end then Armstrong made a slight noise. knowledge, to measure the breadth ol he mad a fourth answer, the anawer of the line. up with a start Otis "Is that you, Armstrong? The oper- and werelooked In his eyes and bis his compassion and love, or to scale to faith. Ha answered: "O, woman, tears the heights of his Idealism and hli great Is tby faith." v. 28, and grants ator at Westerly Just telegraphod that There was working with an emotion Otis face character. her carte blane (r. 28). "bo It unto a man closely resembling George New which softened and even beautified It waa seen leaving-- the train from The mseknesa of Jesua Is not an thee even' as thou wilt" As outcasts, He come forward, opened the door, anemic sentimentality. It does not we must cast ourselves "at his feet" York and Is now somewhere In the and the two men "stood confronting run, down there Take a lack virility. It Is' not a passionless Let us now look at the account of vicinity. each other. emotionalism. He came to bring a the centurion's servant Once more and see what you can And out Wire spoke In a perfectly calm Otis sword and to set families at variance. Jesus Is appealed to by one who la me If anything turns up. That's all." voice. you want, and The case on which he was working will go "I know what said. "I told He was lowly In his coming, and meek outside the Hebrew covenant and on with you," he George Otis, as be bore the oppression of his peo bebalf of a servant In the other In- waa a notorloua one. no use," he finished ple Israel and the sins of the race, cident there was the Interruption of forger and blackmailer, had hereto- her It would be picture he brokenly, glancing but be set Into motion those forces a seeming refusal and here the Inter- fore escaped capture, although there held In his hands. at the that were stronger than all of the ruption of an instantaneous granting were men scouring the country for "Tell me about her," said ArmCaesars. True force la not blatant and of the request. Again we need to htm In all directions. strong, briefly, Otis looked nt him Efficiency and effec- read the parallel accounts given by Armstrong alighted at the Westtiveness are In the electric wire, but the other evangelists. Verse ten of erly station about midnight. Making keenly. "Of what Interest Is she to you?" he who can see or hear that marveloui this section Is the key to this whole hta way down a deserted side street, force? So Jesus waa silent, but hli story. What are some of the marka he walked until he came to a large, Inquired suspiciously, but Armstrong's expression seemed to reassure him, meekness waa that of the world's of a "great faith?" First. It la vacant spacious for he said: and residence "The little woman and most mighty force. tested. The servant was "dear unto grounds, surrounded by an Iron beforo I left this "And ye shall find rest." This It the conturlon," Luke 7:2. Second, It fence. The place had a general air I were sweothearts town when n boy, nnd you well, you rest found. The rest of satisfaction, Is progressive "when he heard of of being unoccupied and uncared for. I did. I have been an of right relationship, of knowledge, Jesus," Luke 7:3. Third, it will be yet Armstrong felt somehow that ha know whnt outcast since. I met her In New and of fellowship. It goea on to thi recognlted by others, Luke 7:4. might get a clue to Otis' disappear- York n week ago. Sho forgave me deeper experiences of communion ance It he could gain admls'slon to everything, God bless her, and we The Great Faith. His yoke fits. There Is no maladjustTbo protest In r. 9, and the remark- these grounds, for this was tbe old were to go to England and begin a ment What though the body bt able commendation of Jeius thereon, Otis mansion, the criminal's former tired? Our souls are at rest In him. Is a solemn warning to all who are In home. The scene was brightly flooded new life. What are you going to do with mo?" What though the burden be heavy! covenant relations with Ood and his with Armstrong dismoonlight Armstrong thought for ,a few He Is bearing and sharing It with us Son whom ho has sent Jesus had there covered the gates were locked, so he moments with knitted brows. To This knowledge brings rest to thi a glimpse of tbat great coming day to strategy to get Into the capture this man resorted meant honor, weary souls of men. Climbing one of the great position and Ruth! To let him go when all Gentiles would be gathered place. It we are to save the world for Ood unto him, v. 11 (cf. Iter. 7:9). The trees which lined the side ot the meant perhaps years of weary waitIt will not be by wealth, not by edu centurion received for bis faith comstreet he managed to slide 'down Its ing to get such a chance of success cation, by ecclealastlclsm, not bj mendation, and healing for his servant drooping branches and on to the again, but his tender heart resolved mere numbers of adherents to thi welt, T. 18. him. church, not by philosophy or theology, as Why should there bo such a differ- grass within tbe fence. Creeping noiselessly up to the I'll "Get your things together. but by preaching and living the Oos ence In the treatment of theso two house, he in ado a detour around It, help you get to the girl," ho said pel of the Kingdom. Jesus knew thi when we read of each that they "had hut found nothing apparently out of hoarsely. That morning Otis was on test of experience, comfort beneath great faith? Matthew 15:28 and 8:10. the way. He waited and watched for his way to New York. Armstrong the load. He knew the rest of har can be explained only about an hour, but not even a sound went back to the office, and reported monloua relationships. At the carpen The difference the ter's bench, as a tsaober and a heaV by tho fact that both Master knew all disturbed the stillness of the night nothing on tbe case. Weary and deand he adopted He was about to abandon the search, jected he went bock to his rooms, the facts about er, and as a he spoke from such tactics for each as were best the standpoint of experience. Jeaui suited to the case. This Impresses when an open cellar window, large where a letter awaited him from enought to admit the body of a man, Ruth. Eagerly be tore It open and knew that the busy oceuplsd life li us with tho truth that personal work caught his eye. I have the read: "Dear Arthur the safe life. cannot be done by any rule' of thumb; Armstrong managed to crawl best of news for you, aweetheart So It Is that his appeal continues H the Master seems seldom to through It and get Into tho cellar of Papa has given In at last, and well, challenge the world. "Hither to Me,' Indeed, have used tbe same method twice. Is the building. By the moonlight through I can tell you about It better than I Learn, ssrve, "for My yoke Is eajj there then no common factor In these the window be discovered a pair ot can write It Come up as soon as and My burden Is' light" Love knowi two Incidents? The yielding of faltb itairi-lcadlnup Into the house. .and you can. Lovingly, UUT1L" Gweng ot the meaning of Irksome service. always gains that which Is sought. dolyn 0. Hackett M."-Mtthha-p- er ," wigglc-wcgglOod-ma- The Great Appeal SONMTScnOOL "Simon Says' Home Course In Domestic Lesson Science IX. Attractive Table Arrangements. In By EDITH G. CHARLTON, Charge ot Domestic Economy, Iowa State Collefe. Cpjrrlhl. 1910. bjr Amtrlein rVtii Association. NEXT tbe In Importance to tho proper of food Is tbo way It Is and tho order In wblcb tablo Is laid. Tho attrac- - , , i fa'' I wiggle-wagglin- of well cooked food , appeals strongly to tbe nppetlto and prepares the digestive organs for their work. Probably every person has experienced tho feeling of being suddenly hungry when somo especially attrac-Uv- o viand has been displayed beforo him. Equally truo Is It that almost every one has known hunger to vanish at sight of n tablo laid with soiled linen and china and food carelessly arranged on serving dishes. The homely bash has not a musical namo and o generally calls up memories ot mculs, yet 1 bavo known a platter of it to win as sincere approval as bos ever been bestowed on a porterhouse steak. True, tho bash was served piping hot on a pretty platter. It was well browned, flanked perhaps with poached eggs and garnished with sprigs of parsley. Its flavor, too, was Just as pleasing and tempting as Its appearance. It may take a moment or two longer to garnish tbo dish of meat or vegetables, but It certainly pays for the trouble. Rather than neglect It I would suggest omitting one or two dishes from the menu. Referring to menus brings to mind tbo fact that In some homes, thoso In tho country especially, there Is a tendency to serve too many foods of tbe same kind at tbe same meal. For instance, I havo many times seen three kinds of cooked fruit three or four kinds of vegetables and at least two kinds of pickles or desserts served at an ordinary dinner. This means unnecessary work, unnecessary expense and so much time spent In preparation tbat very likely there was none left for dainty serving. A knowledge of foods and food values should teach the housekeeper that one food of each of the abovo mentioned kinds Is sufficient at one time for any family. In many homes, too. It is tbo custom to put all the food on tbe table at once and have the various dishes pass- unen-Joyabl- Uvo appcarunco venter of the cloth should be exactly In the renter of tilt In bit;. pmi-eIn nminriuir t r allow at Hpiii e nt the tablo leant tut-iit- ) I hf ciiiiiii, glass and for fin ti silver set for em h person mnko what Is cuminmil Kiimwi ns n "cover." la placing iln -- ihcr this order: Lay Hie kiiut mi en Hit ulilo of the plate In tin order In which It ll to bo used, beginning ut the outside. Placo tbe knlvpH nn Hie right side, handles nlxtut one Inch trom edgo ot table,1 sharp edge Hinted in. iJiy nil tho forks, with tbo pieeptlon of the oyster fork, on the left hand side, tines up, handles on a line with the bandies ot the knives. The oyster fork Is either placed on the right side outside tho knives or slanting across the oyster plate, handle toward the right hand. The spoons nre properly plnccd on tho right side, the soup spoon outside tbo knives. Tbe teaspoon at dinner Is next tbe plates. For breakfast It may he outside tbe knife If It Is to be used first. It Is considered more correct for a formal dinner to have the sliver brought to tbo table wltb eacb course after the salad has been served. Tbo table napkin Is folded In n simple squaro and Is placed on the left side at the lower edgo of tbe plate. It bread and butter plates arc used these aro placed on tbe left Just above the napkin. The water glass Is placed on tbe right side at tbe top of the knife. A pair ot salt nnd pepper shatters ts placed conveniently between ench two persons, ns a rule. It Is well to bavo some decoration on tbo table, even It It be notblng more than a simple potted plant or some sprays of wild (lowers. A small pot ot growing parsley In winter Is better than no decoration. Tbe centerpleco should be low and flat rather than blgh. for tbe latter obstructs tbe view of people sitting on opposite sides of tbe table. Dishes of celery, olives, pickles or confectionery may be on tbo table from the beginning of tho meat and If so should be arranged near tbe center around tbe tlnrnl decoration. If tea or coffee is to be served on tbe tablo tbe cups, saucers and service should be neatly arranged In front of the hostess. Serving the Meal. In many homes where there Is only ono maid to net as cook and waitress tbo serving must be as simple as possible. Very often. In fact, the housekeeper must herself act as both cook ob-er- ve and waitress, and then the serving must bo even more simple. But In any case try to avoid tbe too common habit of putting everything on tbe table at onco nnd allowing eacb person to help himself. When tbero aro boys and girls In the family tbey should be taught to take turns In serving. In tbat case or when tbe housekeeper Is alone the first courso may be placed on tbo table before tbo meal Is announced. If It Is soup served from a tureen tbe hostess serves it from her end of the table, or tho soup may be served in tho kitchen and put at each place before the family Is seated. The soup plates and tureen arc removed before bringing in the next course. The meat platter is placed at tbe head of tbe tablo before tbe host, who should carve It and, putting a portion on each plate, paBs It to tbe person sitting at bis right This person keeps It it specially requested to do so or passes It on down too table. The potatoes and other vegetables may be served by tho host If the family Is small or by some person sitting near htm. Tho dinner dishes tbat ts, the plates on which tbo meat courso was served should be removed before bringing In the salad or dessert. If both are in- -' eluded In tbe menu the salad Is generally served by the hostess. It Is quite permissible, however, to have the salad arranged on Individual plates In the kitchen and placed on the table at tbe beginning of dinner. Dessert should be served by tbe host while tbe hostess pours tho tea or coffee. Pod-- oc REWARD OF UNSELFISHNESS two-fold- BIMTLB BBEAKFAST TABLE. cd from one person to tbe next without any attempt at serving. While 1 am at all tiroes an advocate of simplicity, 1 do like to see' tho bead of the house presiding at table, carving and serving tbo meat at least and bis wife, at ber end of tbe table, presiding over the coffee and serving those dishes which rightfully fall to ber lot It seems much more like true hospitality when this is done than when platters and vegetable dishes follow each other lo quick succession around the table, ench individual helping himself. The extra minutes which serving requires Is tbe best' thing In tbo world for the family, because it allows more time to masticate tbe food and for social conversation, that best of all sauces for the digestion. ding sauce and cream and sugar are passed. Bread and' butter are usually on tbe table throughout the meal and are passed as needed. Celery and olives are passed with tbe soup and pickles wltb the meat course. Jelly la often, passed wltb chicken, and apple sauce should accompany roast pork. I In some households tbe business of serving at table without a maid bus been brought' to a perfection which is Worthy of emulation. In order that It may be absolutely devoid of awkwardness It Is necessary for each member of tbo family to be well schooled In his or her part. It Is nowadays the fashion In some households to dlspenso wltb tbo services of a maid, at least during tho simpler meals of the day. When there Is a waitress sho Is expected to tako tho plate from tbe bost or hostess and placo It beforo the person for whom It was served. Bbe, must placo all dishes at tbe right side and pass those from which the person helps himself at tho left. All plates and dishes nre removed from tbe right side. In clearing tbe table after eacb course all dishes used In serving It must bo removed as well as tbo Individual plato aud silver. After tbe salad and beforo serving tbe dessert all dishes, bread, butter and relishes should bo removed nnd tbe crumbs brushed up on crumb tray. Water glasses should bo kept Oiled as required without removing them from the table. With a little practice any meal can be served simply nnd correctly, and. In n short tlmo It will be found tbat its enjoyment has been greatly increased. In buying cblna or Bllver remember tbat quality Is of much more consequent than ornamentation, and in either the simpler designs and colorings are preferable. Plain wblte cblna of good quality Is much more satisfying In tbe cod than elaborate designs In pronounced colors. In notblng are artistic sense and feeling more strongly shown than In tbe appointments ot the dining table. Setting the Tablt. The keynote of good taste is simplicity, and nowbero Is It displayed to better advantage than In laying a table for a meal, be tbat an everyday family affair or a formal gathering of special guests. It Is not my intention to outline a set of rules for tbe hostess who plans to entertain on an elaborate scale. She probably will bavo tbe advice and assistance of tbe professional caterer. But my wish Is to give a few of the important points to bo observed In setting tbe ordinary tablo for tbe ordinary meal. And I want to prefuco what I shall say with the bopo that all women who preside over homes or who have tbo training of young peo-pl- o In chargo will see to It tbat no carelessness is permitted either In table manners or In tbe simple act of setting tbo table, because such things leave an Indelible mark In after life. Tbo table, which may be either round, square or oblong, ns preferred, Is to be first covered with n silence cloth, a pad of asbestus cloth or double faced canton flannel. Tbo first Is moro expensive, but Is better because of Its protection to tbe table and because it does not become moist from hot dishes and stick to the table. Over tho pad Is laid tbe llueu cloth, wblcb should extend ten Inches over tho edge of the :able on alt sides. Tbe fold In the law-give- r, Page Four. THE CITIZEN. COLLEGE ITEMS Dean Hubbard BIRTHDAY PARTY October 17, ,1912. goooooooooooooooooooooooooo 8 Chestnut's Whole Wheat Flour Miss Ulanclio Wilson and a num- Have you tried it? It Tills a lone felt want. It Is made from choice went to Cincinnati, Saturday, to meet Mrs. Hubbard. ber of her friends gave a birthday selected grain only. Whether in bread, gems or cereal, it is one o They returned, Monday, moving into party at her home, Monday evening, of o natures most wholesome and nourishing foods. For your health's tho Richmond house on Richmond Oct. 14th, In honor of Miss Nettle. sake you ought to use it. At Palace Meat Market 'and Grocery. NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A St which has been renovated for Scrlvners 19th birthday. The party VARIETY OF SOURCES camo as a complete surprise to Miss their occupancy. s was on exceedingly Chas. S. Knight, Supt. of the Scrlvner but It Ror. n eastern coasTamrinterme- pleasant one. Extension Dept., was at home with cltles aro all part of the move- You can get anything you want at Both parlor and dining room of evolve (ho real city beautiful.' his family the latter part of last Welch's Department Stores. Advt Miss Wilson's homo wero beautifully ... It Is pected that fifty more munici week. Mr. O. D. Holllday was in Cindecorated with autumn leaves and palities will follow this pioneer exam-pi- s Mr. Arthur W. Spauldlng on his tho table was especially attractive cinnati at tho first of the week on within a year and that foreign obway home, to HcndcrsonvUlo, N. C, with Its festoons of leaves dmped business. servers soon will hare to omit the CITT rilONK IBS customary chapter on the ugliness Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Morton delight- from a business trip to the East from tho celling to tho four corners, and monotony of American communitlw Office over Berea Bank St Trust Co. fully entertained lh monitor. nf stopped In Berea, Monday, for The guests sat down to a delicious I ties. Mr. Morton's Sunday School class at purpose of becoming more familiar repast consisting of sandwiches, fruit . When James Brlca wrote his "AmerI with the Collcgo and Its workings. salad, fruit, Ico cream and an I in '.halt. iivuu floot unmiuaf VHluiUi. i.' I liruMn ican Commonwealth" he remarked mens birthday cake tastefully deIt always pays to keep your eyes Quite a number of the members of justly that "with but Ave or six excep- towtiid Welch's. DAN H. BRECK (adv.) tho the Faculty enjoyed a trip to Ang-Il- n corated with candles. Leaving MUCH BEAUTY IN SHRUBBERY anohmoniya?nCthat dining room, tho guests assembled Mr. John Ogg has purchased the Falls, Monday. Fire, Life, Accideat, and Lire Stock I .t .11. In tho parlor and enjoyed old placo of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson them "m. muiu t..lJ1, it,.. INSURANCE n.t , with MA.. wood uiau nwu auuuiQin Prof. H. E. Cromer visited friends selves with gomes and music for the Crawford on Center Street and Mr. more than brick." Treet Where Luxuriant Effect Sunday. Will sign your bond. That these conditions are going to rest of tho evening. and Mrs. Crawford have moved to In Ohio over la Desired. change wns demonstrated very clearly Richmond, Ky. Richmond and will mako their home Profs. Calfee, Howard, Smith and Those present were tho Misses Phone 505 (with their daughter, Mrs. Geo. Hay- - Montgomery attended the school fair Nettle Scrlfner, Marie Scrlvner, Pearl Bhrubi as well ns trees have a In tho courie of the meetings of the Saturday, at Lancaster. The meeting Hill, Nora Wyatt, Bertha King and place In the beautlflcatlon of the city fourth national conference on eltr den. "o.ton The mayors FIRE, FIRE, Insure your property was well attended and unusually Blanche Wlloon and tho Messrs. Dor- - .troets. In the suburb, and outlying f North Bound, Local ""rent cities accepted against loss by fire with II. C. Woolf, profitable. rel Flint, Floyd Hleatt, Stanley Ault, section, of th, city one often 7:00 a. m. 10: &5 p. in. Knoxvllle miuio. of ihrubbery In the parkways the Invitation tendered to them by successor to W. H. Porter, Berea, Ky. Mr. Lnfon Kicker and wife of Har Paul Edwards and CIias. O. Bowman. 3:62 a. m. along the residence streets. I feel Mayor Fltigeratd of no. ton, the Bos1:07 p. m I3EREA Mrs. II, E. Taylor, assisted by Mrs. rodsburg, Mrs. A. R. McKee and tho of certain that every one will agree that ton chamber c,ub- commerce and the 7:45 a.m. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati FIRE! Cowley, entertained at her home, last Misses Hunter and Rlckcr camo to Be "0,ton thl. sort of bcautlflcatlon ought to be many municipal - ,WUh ,hem m South Bound, Local engineers, many men Wednesday afternoon, the ladles who rea in their auto, Tuesday, and spent Berea had Its usual Saturday night encouraged In every po.ilble way. 8:15 p. m. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati prominent in lanaacspo arcnueciur have charge of the various depart- the day visiting the various depart- diversion when tho store building on Plants (..)... tt,. 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. BEREA tho rpr..ont.ttvee of many clvio ments of the Women's Industrial ments of the Collcgo. Depot St Just by the side of Mr. A. and other .brub. add much 'to th. ap- - organization, which are directing 7:00 p. m. 5:50 a. ra. Knoxvllle nf . H,h .,...m. nearinc. which will hold Its first meeting on Prof. John F. Smith who is engag- II. Short's residence burned. Tho of our parkway, toward the rational Express Train. need not be confined . 'helr Friday of this week. ed in Extension work this fall was In building was owned by Mr. Short, to any particular No. 32 will stop at Berea to take section of the city. ! beautifying of American cltle. and Miss Etta Moore was In Richmond, town tho latter part of last week. but Mr. W. C. Winkler has had it Still, .hrubbery I. more becoming In . twn- on passengers for Dayton, O., RichSaturday. Miss Laura Fagan who has been rented for almost a yeark The origin streets which have wide rarkway. and mond, Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Colum"Aladdin" is tho name of tho most visiting Community Improvement naturally will thrive best and make bus, O., and points beyond. at Boone Tavern tho past of the fire is unknown. excellent Patent Hour sold in Berea. I two " not wl.e for a community to The College Fire Dept., ns usual, the finest showing In .ectlon. where South Bound. weeks returned to her homo at Only at Holllday's, at 75 cents per was on tho spot In time to save Mr. mo.t appreciated and bett cared for, undertake general Improvement until Augusta, Ky., Tuesday night. 8:00 a, m. Cincinnati sack, along with all their other good Wherever .uch Diamine I. done In each .hall first have cleaned up hi. Short's residence. This Is the third the BEREA 11:55 a. m. Prof. Lewis Is absent a few days things to cat. .ectlon. of the cltr. own property. In fact a neighbor- (adv.) fire wo have had on Saturday night alongre.ldence where No. 33 will stop to take on pas .treets a large number of hood must bo noted for Its neat Mr. J. W. VanWlnkle of Mt. Vernon this week in attendance upon the sengers for Atlanta and points besince school pan dally. It should be con- - pearancn before much good will come County Teachers' Institute about seven o'clock was visiting In town at the first of Bracken began. yond. fined to the low. growing varieties, no frora united effort looking to the whero he lectures two days on agrithe week. Both the building and merchandise than three or four feet. The called cleanlngup for beautifying. North Bound subjects. From Bracken The biggest deal ever pulled off t cultural high rrowlng shrub, form dense thick- - While rake and hoe and .hovel will ERICA 4:46 p. m. no EC8 to Muisa to attend were well Insured. In Berea will start at Welch's Nor. I ow et along the parkway which afford aid much, saw and pruning shears In 1:37 p. na. CindnnaU tno Sand" Valley Improvement As- We can enjoy riches better when lurking place, for holdup 1st. (adv.) men and th" hand, of one lacking judgment doe.) more harm Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Llvengood with 8oclatl0n meeting where he will at wo learn how to bo happy without thugs. The shrubs also mT do nd ort The largest line of stoves ever their friend who Is visiting them and so lecture. At this meeting he Is un- - them. ' have a tendency to droon over on than good. Spasmodic efforts seldom the sidewalk., often causlnc Incon. result In great permanent Improveshown In Bcrca now on exhibition at a few other young ladles had a ment When one, own premise, are venlence to pedestrians. Welch's. (adv.) delightful time at the bungalow on Such shrubs as tho Thunberr bar above reproach he may with propriety Mrs. Carnan of Harrodsburg Is Indian Fort Mountain from Saturday berries, Japan quince, snowberrles, urge a very general Improvement upvisiting her son here In school. until Monday. rugosa roses, matrimony vines and the on the neighborhood. In attacking Look for tho now prlco list of "eye various wild roses 3Ir. A. C. Golden has been compellmake perfect and prosecuting thl. work observe masses wnen left to grow In their nat-- ( the same rules and method, by which ed to give up his baking on account owners." from Welch's Advt. ural form. They should be planted you keep your own place neat and Sir. Earl Hays accompanied his of his health. , abrut two and f brother-in-lafeet apart, de- attractive, and you wilt not go far Mr. Tom Hays, who Mrs. W. II. Bower was visited by pending upon the site of the Individ- - astray. had been visiting here for some time, her sister, Mrs. Culbert, last Sunday. ual bushes. The plants should be to his home In Illinois last SaturIrregularly In masses, and no I P'aced Mr. J. W. VanWlnkle of Mt Vern- day. School Qarden Work. four bushes should stand In a straight on was In Berea, Sunday, leaving If we are to Intorest tho child In "There's a difference" then te row. the world about him wn must begin Monday, for Louisville to attend the sure and "Save by going to early In hi. Ilfo to toach blm the National Convention of the Chris- Welch's." Advt. it" lire. He will MILLIONS ARE TO BE SPENT thing, that touch hi. 1. tian church. STOVES : stoves : STOVES : stoves . I. nl.nl.. Amtm IDr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis were In u ' un II. ana at . ma Something Is about to be started Louisville : STOVES : STOVES ,,ep""hi uj fln1 them wore stoves stoves 6TerT Seventy Cltlc. of th. at tho first of the week ...-- . -h at Welch's. You know a start up attending a meeting necessary, more Interesting than the Join In the Effort for Clvlo of the Grand STOVES : stoves STOVES : stoves there means a sure finish, (adv.) mere word, he learned In the school-housLodge. Improvement. It Is neither the words or stoves : STOVES stoves : STOVES Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bower left, Mrs. Sam Cawood and little daughOne hundred million dollars I. to be the knowledge of plants that we are Monday, for Louisville to attend ter of Winchester were visiting her STOVES : stoves STOVES : stoves spent to make .evenly United Btate. after, but the best and highest devel the Grand Lodge. sister, Mrs. 8. R. Baker, Friday. opment, both mental and physical, of pltloa hmillri1 stoves : STOVES stoves : STOVES 'Mr. and Mrs. Walter Engle have " ?aOOL It looks like everybody trades at Improvement, requiring thl. nine- - 1,1' STOVES : stoves STOV ES : stoves moved Into one of the Jones' houses Welch's. Advt. ngure expenditure have been Dlanned high standard cannot . . be attained . . .v.. .t.- . on High Street. . uiniujn umi Biuns wnicn may be ii stoves : STOVES stoves : STOVES Mrs. J. Laswell of Orlando visited CUiT. aloSt Choolhous. "lnln Vn" h" ""'J1.0" U The biggest $ In the world Is the her T the. cities mother, Mrs. Nannie Brana-maone spent at Welch's. Advt. from Friday until Sunday. The revival at the Christian church Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Burgess, Miss closed, Wednesday night, with ALPHA ZETA'S I8TH Ak'NIVFR- ?0 God Hath Made Mr. Sellers' ocm j Marlon Ledford and Mr. Brandenburg additions. lnu of Ono Bioou All Nations," was unique Mrs. Nannie Yates and family left or rami MCK were in town, Sunday. Two houses and In thought and versificalots for sal J. last week for Bloomington, 111., to Alpha Zcta Literary Society cele- both Houses new, well finished. Prices mako their future home. brated her clchtccnth anniversary In tion, dealing with tho developmental commingling of tho races. A reading It's no difference what kind of stove right. Apply to J. W. Hoskins, Berea. Main Chnpcl last Wednesday 8ut Mr- In,rl cloaPl1 you want, yu can get It at Welch's.' Ky. Advt "t In a highly creditable manner. The Advt, program was varied and Interesting . ,uirt of 010 !'"Krani. MEETING AT HART'S Tno latter part consisted of an Mrs. Margaret Robinson accompanithruout Mr. and Mrs. Roberts will hold a ed by her little daughter, Oma, Mr. Luther Case as president of oratorical contest which was follow was visiting relatives in Richmond meeting at Harts Settlement, Friday the Society raado tho opening ad- ed with Interest and enthusiasm. STRAYED night at 7 o'clock. Good moonlight. der the employ of tho State Agrl last week. dress In which ho discussed tho work Tho contwtants went tho Mtwsra. cultural Department Herbert Kastman, Thomas Parker, A large sow mnrkeU with two of Literary Societies from a practiKeep your eyes open for Nov. 1st. All come. Tho football game played between smooth crops In the right ear and cal standpoint, presenting at Welch's. carefully and Ernest Frost, tho Judges award(adv.) a MORE FINE CORN the College and Academy teams, Mon underblt In left, has been at my wrought out plan by which greater ing first placo to Mr. I'arkcr. Mrs. Joe Rutherford who has been A special feature, of tho evening day afternoon, resulted In a sooro of placo for about two weeks. Owner efficiency can be acquired, and the making an extended visit In Illinois The Editor received a pleasant call 32 to 0 In favor of tho Academy. can havo her by paying for has returned. her Societies ba mado oven & greater was tho excellent music, & violin solo a few days ago Irom Mr. Click of keep and for the Insertion of this factor In College llfo than heretofore. by Mr. T, B. Currcy and two selecMr. Ben F. Gay surprised his Kerby Knob who presented him with CITY ORDINANCE adv. J, O. Creech, at Old Gates Place Following this wna an orntlon by tions frora tho A. Z. Quartotto. friends and relatives by bringing two fine red cars of corn. As a whole, tho program was exnear Wallaceton. Wr. Harwood Uowman, ''Our Nationhome a bride. She was formerly Miss The remarkable thing about these Tho City of Bcrca ordains that an Bowles of Jackson. al Crisis," dealing with noeded Indus- ceptionally good. ears Is not their color and size but election to be held at the regular No ANNOUNCEMENT trial and economic reforms, his InLeather shoes at Welch's keep the fact that they were planted late vember election, "12, for the purpose No hired band would be willing The annual meeting of the Berva ferences belns drawn from tho fall to do a you out of the mire. Advt. and matured so early, millionaire's work for tho senso of tho qualified cemetery of taking tho association was held In the of former nations resulting from sml- - , iay ho gets. .Mr. John I Jones, a traveling sales. . wiuga uuuuL vters of tho City as to whother tho Parish Houce, Tuesday evening the man 01 wncinnau spent Sunday at tho gift was tho remembrance they City Council shall bo empowered to 15th as announced, and adjourned to Boone Tavern with his long time conjured up of old days issue bonds In the namo of said City meet next Tuesday evening Oct. 22, Mend, Dr. Craig. when we wero always glad to get a to tho amount of sixteen thousand Don't forget Nov 1st. at Welch'3. red or skewbald ear when we were dollars ($10,000) for the purpose of at 7:30 p. m. Will all who are interested pleaBo take notice and lay R water (aav.) racing. We have almost forgotten now constructing a system of your ... pians to ue present to give j i .n 1r ', . Mr, n . .u. wuirau d pareuiB are now we am me counting, but tho works for the said City. counsel and The Shoe for Yon making him a visit. They came in pleasure will never be forgotten. 2. That said bonds shall bo of one Jaa. A. Burgess, Secretary. their automobile last week from their thousand (1,000) denomination and ANOTHER PLEASANT GIFT home In Ohio. WHY FARM FOR SALE payable In twenty years and bear not Mr. Maynard Lewis is working for 80 acres of land on Richmond and Another pleasant gift during the more than 6 per cent Interest from Walk-Over- s? the Telephone Company at Paint Lick. week was Kingston plko, 2 miles from Borea, that of a flno Ben Davis date of lasus payable annually. Miss Anna Davidson visited with npplo by 3. That said Council shall annually for sale. 8 room dwelling, good well. Mr. Joseph Williams of friends in Cincinnati from Saturday Asbury, near Berea. levy a tax cuftlclent to pay tho Inorchard and all necessary out house. Because they are knoivn as until Monday. This gift also recalled pleasant terest not exceeding 6 per cent on Wrlto, Ellbu Blckocll. good shoes. the face of said bonds. Ky.. It F. D. No. 1. Berea. memories tho days when the Edi4. That said City shall levy a tax tor was a teacher and when tho boys Because of the style that 50.00 TO f 100.00 A MONTH and girls added to the pleasure of of 4 per cent ennually of the faco For your spar tlmk;xprlnc not ne4. pleases, the comfort that feels of tho bonds Issued. This shall be d. Want an active man In this locality. the many tedious hours by their us to your friends. W py gifts and other good ..things from set aside each year and put on in- To Introduce benefits when fine on the foot, and the qualicash sick. terest for the purpose of creating a Urccst death, (or smalltst cost. Injured, tho homes. and at ty that lasts these are some sinking fund to pay the faco of (lie and Caih.Bonus offer to first applicant from this place. Write quick for of the reasons. GOOD HORSE FOR SALE CHEAP bonds In twenty years. particulars. J. L. Gay, Mayor. .833, Covington. Ky. THE AH round work and buggy horse for You are Invited to call and see the new Wm. Gllmoro Best. Clerk. THE RACKET STORE sale at a bargain It taken at once. Fall models In WALK OVKRS. The M. L. Spink. (adv.) cut shows a new ihoiichl In foot , Mr MRS. EARLY Dull Button "Dope" this seaion. PALACE MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY LOCAL PAGE 2ooooooooooooooooooooooooooX DR. BEST, DENTIST ' SK Rarm..J 1 TZ P. STOVES one-hal- u e. ' n, wi. WELCH'S corn-shucki- WALK-OVE- FOR RENT" f. lot and barn on Center Street, Berea, Ky. Will rent or lease than three, nor more , for not less than five years to right party at I right price for all cash In advance. Will give full possession by Nov. 15th. Mrs. Sallle Hall, Berea, Ky. My house, I All kinds of fresh and cured meats and lard. Fish, Oysters and Poultry in Season. ' All kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries. PROMPT BBUVKRY Come In and get properly fitted-prl- ces are comfortable too HAYES '"Ofe & U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. Coyle BoMissg, Mak (adv.) St. n i: i: it Phot 57, BEREA, Quality Store" GOTT KENTUC KY October 17, 19 12. LETTER FROM THE CITIZEN, JWF. DODGE Page Kive party ns win. QENTLB JANE. Uerea in California Borkclcy, Calif., Oct. 7, 131- -'. Alter some stops on tho way Mrs. Dodgo and 1 entered tho Uoldcu Stato on Friday, Sept. Cth. A full month lias passed and two or threo moro days hero will finish our vis-- It In tho state, Flvo days were buBlly occupied with matters pertaining to tho National Encampment. The par-ad- ", on Wednesday, with the two hundred thousand people continually expressing their patriotism and sympathy, had the usual Inspiration. Mm, Djdgo being now Delegate for Hfo to tho National convention of tho Relief Corps and 1 tho sumo In tho U. A, It, Thursday and Friday wcro busy and responsible days, given to tho transaction of business In these largo gatherings. I was a member of U10 Commltteo on Resolutions, and a live hours ses sion of this committee lasted Iiito tho "wco small" hourB of Thursday FAFT FLAYS destroy Its Hpllt In tinIt. The lniHirtnni-llium-tlliit- WORLD NEWS THIRDMRTY. Republican New Party Will Vitality. try, being bitterly opposed by tho Protestants, but Is proving a very really believe fiiii erlsls Hint we now disturbing factor In many English fni-with reference to the rntitlniimi e homes, various households being dlvld of prosperity In till country by reiion of the vote Hint we are to hnvp In No ed In disputes which lead to Intense veinlier, lint there l something heyneil personal feeling, In somo instances Gain November with rexpmt to the Itcpuhlt Protestant servants being dismissed from Catholic homes, and tho reverse, Unit w inn party. It l hnrdlr state with more oniithnsl should continue nnd revitalize It n pnrty nnd u pcrniiini'iil Nriiui t force in tills tin tftjti for the contluuiini-of the prngiexH that Iiiih made It great No ntudenl of history run deny Hint the criinlciir of this nation mill I'm height thnt It has renehed ntuutig 111 Hons iliirlnt.' Hie lnt lTty yenr h" been due tn the giildniice and Hie fur nnd the enemy mid enterprise of tin Republican putty. We propose to him that continue We proline Hint tin force represented hy the Repillillcn)' party shall loiitluile useful In the In.--, tory nf this tint Ion. With thnt In mind I would urge ilmn you til? nexwItj for rinsing up the ranks, tlmllng out who Is n Reiiilillcnn. und who Is not nnd when yon find man who N net do not count him In the pnrty. Om who Is not lovnl never holw. There Is no use, gentleiin-ii- . tetuporlz Ing about this matter. A man Is llr publlcnii or lie Is not Is he going tn support the iiatlor.nl ticket und 1.4 Ingoing to support the state ticket? If he Is he Is n IlepuMlcnn, nnd If he Is not he Is not a Republican. Now, sin-t- i n policy tuny cost us some rotes, but lithe not distant future these genttemi'ii who have deserted us In the hope ot enjoying otllce. on the one liiiuil. or millennium, on the other, will llml themselves without uQlcu. millennium or party. They will feel a bit lonely and then when they conic back to the Republican party, as they will come back, let them come back as Repnli Ilcans. but bringing forth works meet for repentance. 11 11 11 11 of this cnmpiilgn li result l great. I rnulf Continued (ten Hint rt ' , Raid today 'round tlia hnuaa, Hut thouKh Pra watched It I muit It'a qulat aa a moun." Our Jan, 0ntl rum "t hard fnc tar DESERTERS WILL GOME BACK, ALSACE STORKS ON DECREASE Cartful supervision of Blrdt Shows Thty Are Rapidly Dying Out Various Rtaiona Qlven. But When Thty Do Let Them, Bring Forth "Works Meal For Repentance." Republicans Have Made the Grandeur of the Country For Sixty Yesrs. Tho address of President Taft to the club, Beverly. Beverly Republican Mass., Sept. 30 was as follows: Ocutlcmen of tho Uercrly Republican club and, I am glad to say, tn) fellow citizens of Beverly, I tbiink b you for this cordial greeting. suggests ono or two thoughts of political chnrnctcr that I did not touch upon In the remarks I addressed to you on Saturday. It suggests the nc ccsslty for renewed organization of the Republican party under present comll tlons. The Republican party has .successful for many years. I think tbo last nntlonal defeat wo suflen-waa tn IKK!, and that Is twenty year ago. We hnvo reached a point when It waa natural that there should If somo gentlemen who were convinced that their position In tho party win not all that they thought they to hare It nnd therefore thv wcro In furor of sloughing off Into tblrd party. Now, tbo danger In the continuance In power for a long 1 unto tho party Itself Is tho Jealousies, the factions, tho quarrels within tbo party that long life and success are apt to generate, and, while, of course, party Is a misfortune to tbo Republican party. In the loss of some vote, wo must bo philosophical nnd look nl this result on Its good side ns well nf on Its bad side. I concelvo In respect of tho life of the Republican party that Recession of a third party Is going to give us new Tltallty tn the rery feeling of fight thnt the Injustice of the claims of the third party will nrousc In ni ns real Repnli Means. We know thnt wo are n hotter set of men thnn wo nro now called by those who were very glad nt one time to be known as lending Republican We know that we stnnd In the nation ns tho guardian of those Institutions of clrll liberty under our constitution, of which has made thN nation permanent nnd great, and thnt noiblng could como to this country of greater rjnllllcnl Injury, than such 1 Till-clu11 won-entitle11 Krsry year the numbor of storks to be aeen In Alsace becomei lcii, the London Dally Globe atntei. Of the four ncata perched on tho big chimneys of the old roofs of 8trassburg, only one baa been occupied this year. night. In many of tho Tillage! the great Not to dwell upon matters of abmlgratora hare ceased for a long time to rellere the landscape, and It seems sorbing Intorest to mo In this cononly a question of time when the nection, 1 will very briefly refer to atork In Alaace will be a memory. bomo peoplo visited with slnco comVarious are the cauaes assigned for ing to California, of whom some this desertion the drainage of tho Citizen readers will also bu glad marahss, the multiplication of tele- to hear. Our trunk reuiulued for two phone and telegraph wires and the or threo weeks ul Mr. W. II. Hutchmoke from factnrv rhlmnan occuIn Germany for the better study of inson's, so many years tho pant of what Is now tho Music buildstorks there has been created a sort of sarrlce In connection with the educa- ing at Uerea, There, ono night, we Mr. Hutchintion department which tends to set up iptcnsautly celebrated an "stat clrll" for each bird. or. In son's 7tith birthday. His health, eo other words, to register them after the feeble when ho left Uerea, ic now exmanner which obtalna for cltliena In cellent Ills wife, "Dora," is tho most France. helpful of companions Each bird la captured where possi- pleasant and ble and a metallic disk afflied to Its Tbo sou, Wm. C, and daughters, leg, and German officials, whererar Mllllo and Kate, also llvo In widely tit birds are bettered to migrate, separated parts of tho now great hare Instruction to send to the depart- city f Los Angeles, numbering close ment any Information they can gather to 400,000 people. These with their concerning storks which are German families and u widowed sister of subjects. (Postlbty this labeling may Mr. Hutchinson b welled the number hare something to do with the scarreccity.) I)y this system of registration to twenty participating in this the authorities hare learned some- ognition of u choerful and mellowed thing of the migratory habits of the old age. Our vurlous visits, during bird; for Instance, one waa found dead tho threo weckB, with these friends, at the Cape of Good Hope wboae place somo of whom'l had kuown from their of origin waa eastern Prussia. infuuey, will be a permanent and A point of Interest relative to the memory. acarclty of the atork has been brought Los Angeleu we also ato at tho At undor the notice of the Oerman authorities br a rinrtnr at Pnrt Fllt. homo of '.Miss Cora Gilchrist, a stu- beth, who suggests that they hare ,deut of twenty years ago, und had a been poisoned through eating grass- ,pleasaut visit there. Another most hoppers or locusts which bare been enjoyablo visit wus ut a dinner parkilled by arsenic. A correspondent, ity with Prof. DIUHiuoro's sister, Mis. e howercr, of an Jour- Maxwell, with her daughters. Mrs. nal hints that the cause Is to be found Sax and Miss Ctttulyu, and with her nearer at home. sou. Homer 'Martin, a former Uerea this A ROLLER SKATER student, now at tho head of POLE FOR, of Modern languages Dupartmcut Amussment Found by Small Boy In In a Los Augtles High School was Riding Astrsddlt of Broomstick fouud ut the school buldlug. It wag la Improved On. u disappointment that our program forbado a visit with Mrs. Martin, forWhen the rery amalt boy who tikes merly Lula McCoy, nt their home to play horse astraddle a broomstick cutsldo the city. I saw at her home becomea old enough to use roller skates, he may carry out the Idea In Mrs. Mary Daker Young, remembered a more practical way with a roller as formerly student und teacher at pole of the kind shown In the Illus- Uerea, and she ufterward called uptration. The derlce comprises a pole on us at Mr. Hutchinson's. Not hav-tu- g provided with a roller at one end, seen Hulllo F. Embrvu tor ulue aeat near the center, a crossplece years It was a delight to find her for the handa at the other end, and In Los Angeles, whero sho Is engaged In tho Spanish Mission work. At several points quickly reached reby trolly wo had visits whoso membrance will be a pleasure. At the fra-gru- nt Alsace-Lorrain- A HAZARDOUS VOYAGE Captain Day ot Detroit, Michigan, arrived tn London, October 12th, having accomplished tho remarkable feat of crossing tho Atlantic In a petrofeet long. leum driven boat, thirty-fiv- e In Tho voyago was accomplished twenty-on- e days, a thousand gallons of oil being required to run tho enfour gines. Tho crew consisted ot men. They had many narrow escapes from storm, fire, etc. UNITED STATES Continued Irani first l'age NEWS T8 ns easy now for the heart to be true As the grass to b green and the alcyj to be blue: 'Tts the natural way ot living. A poem every flower l And every leaf a line. FOOD FROM THE CHAFING DI8H. Tho chafing dish Is Uko seasonablo weather, always seasonablo, and may be used to regale a theater or a porch party equally entertaining. The empty spit. Ne'er eherlahed wit; Minerva loves the larder. For a really enjoyablo dish nothing Is nicer than frogs' legs. Clean and trim a dozen of the hind legs; season with salt, pepper and .roll In crumbs; . . Cook only a few at a time, as they should bo well browned In tho hot blazer. Servo with Sauco TarUro. This Is mayonnalso dressing with capers, parsley, olives and pickles and a half a small green onion added, all toward tho mountains near tho Colo- rauo line. ... icunv BU,CU ...... v. shot and killed while some of tno prisoners who failed to escapo Kept up a battlo with the guards A band of citizens enmped just outsido tho prison walls to guard to whllo others rushed messages Gov. Carey to send stato troops for protection. Tho fugitives separated Into small bands as they fled hoping to baffle officers In pursuit but several have been captured and It Is thought that most of tho rest will bo taken within a few days. PROTEST AGAINST I. W. W. 'More than 30,000 men, women and children Joined In a demonstration protesting against tho principles tf tho Industrial Workers of tho World In Lawrence, Mass., last week. The parado blocked the streets, and specThe Tariff and Cotton Stocking!. Tho last Republican tariff did not In- tators wero packed all along the lino crease the duty on wool or woolen. of march, In which were representa Woolen clothing and woolen cloth ore tives of tho city government, veter better than ten or twenty years ago ans of tho Civil and Spanish wars, nnd cheaper. members of the Grand Army of tho But the duty on cotton stockings was Republic, of tho Boy Scouts and of then-waraised a few cents A DOZEN, and various civic and fraternal clubs. a great outcry. WORLD'S TROTTING RECORD The Importers said no moro cotton s h,,r stockings could bo sold here In good quality at 25 or GO cents n pair. But the Industry In flourishing stockings are no higher at re tall. and. on the other hand, silk sock are sold nt 2.1 cents nnd silk stocklin:-e at 50 cents or less In every dry In the land. " good-stor- Boss Fllnn testifies thnt bo spent lu Influencing elections to let the people rule, a statement which must prore puzzling to a foreign stu dent of our.polltlrs. IN OUR OWN STATE (Continued (ram ant page) ns tho samo time doing part work teacher In tho Stato Normal at San Jose. Herman Murphy Is a solid real estato man of San Francisco, with his homo In Berkeley affording about tho finest obtainable view off San Francisco Bay and tho "Golden Gate.1' He and his wife, formerly Ella Maclc- ey, will bo pleasantly remembered by tho "ancients" nt Bcrea. It was a great treat to becomo the guests qualifications of applicants for the position of executive secretary, two of tho applicants, none of whom wcro from Kentucky, which were the most highly recommended were asked to appear before tho committee at an early date, and ono will be selected. NOTICE I. AM Pole for Roller second crossplece Skater. between the first mentioned crossplece and the aeat Thla atcond crossplece Is to brace bla kneea rgalnat when he atta down on the aeat after getting a good start 4t) What Are Cork Leas? often meets with a description. especially In some of the older norels, ing the graphic accounts of some of some of these old aea doga, for most of them were sailors, one would naturally think they had artificial legs made of cork. Dut artificial legs are nerer made of cork. They do not get their name from the material of which, but from the place at which, they were made. Thla was not the city of Cork In Ireland, but Cork street, off Piccadilly, In London, which was the headquarters for the artificial limb trade In the old days. Just as certain atreeta are .known m the locality for certain wholesale businesses In our big cities today. of men with cork legs, and upon read- Average number of copies of each Issue of thls'publlcatlonsold or distributed, Not Hot through the malls or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the six months pre An Irish builder was new to the ceding the date of this statement. (This information Is required from dally He had carried mahuge akyscrapera. newspapers only.) up to the top floor, and could terial find bis way down. After a time not Jas. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. the boss missed him and called up to him. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 38th day of September, 1912. tionate regard. "Pat, oh Pat! Why don't you come As wo camo to moro northern parts I). Walter Morton, Notary Public. downr fa(My commission expires March, 7, 1916.) "I don't know the way," said Pat of tho stato wo found fewer "Well, come down the way you miliar names. Wo had a delightful wnt up." visit at 'Mrs. Yocum's, u San Jose. "Faith, an' I won't aald Pat, "for I Sho Is still teacher of English In tho came up head first." city High School. Arthur Is there looking after thoir bomo grounds and Afraid of Qrandma. Not A COMPLETE LINE "Grandma," queried small Effls, their ranch a few miles away. Louisa Haraware, Paiati, Me wit Mackket, Famuaf IaftleaeBis, Gateltae aasl graces tho home, but Maurice Is In candy t" "do you like OU Steves, aad Groceries "No, dear." replied the old lady, "I the Polytechnic school at San Luis nerer eat It." Obispo. Claranco L. Phelps Is tak"Then," continued Effle, "I wlah you ing, a year off from his teaching work would hold mine until I get dolly at San Diego to sccuro tho Master's MAM STIUrXT. mi dressed." tjegroe at Loland Stanford, Jr., at hospltablo home of Goo. W. Shockley, near Pusudena, wo found their whole pleasant family except Ernest, who is married and living almost within Esther F. Dodge, calling dlstauce. a nlcco of the writer, Is supplying She vacancies la tho city schools. will bo remembered as a Uerea student and official secretary of twenty years ago. 'Mrs. Honor (Hubbard) Easton Is in a delightful homo there, with her husband and six promising sous and daughters. At Long Reach Miss Minnie A. Stow, half sister of former Treasurer Dodge, and for some time living in Uerea, is caring for children of her own brother. Kenneth Dodgo 1b living there and is a pattern maker. Mrs. Osborne's brother, Dr. U. Maltby, Is doing full work as a dentist. Wo enjoyed an evening with him end his wife, once our teacher Caroline Alniy. Wo also visited Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Daltan-tlnparents of Mrs. Prof. Caltee, who are pleasantly located at Tropl-cTho night of tho samo day was spent at tho homo of Dr. and Mrs. II. L Uogroo In Whlttler. Mrs. U. was onco the daughter-in-laof our revered Uro. John G. Fee. Omitting In tho main thoso uot kuown to Tho Citizen readers, I must make passing mention of Mrs. Dodge's meeting, at Altadena with her first years ago, llov. pastor of thlrty-fiv- o M. S. Croswell and Mrs, C, of whom she has so often epoken with affeco, o. ot them and their fine family, and All persons having claims against to noto tho evldqnccs of culture tho estate of W. F. Lewis, deceased, and prosperity. to present samo If these hasty references to for- aro hereby notified to mo, properly verified, at the Be-rmer denizens of Bcrea, of whom wo National Bank on or beforo the would bo glad to speak more tn 1912, or It tlmo and space permitted, fifteenth day of November, same will be barred. Borea, Ky., Oct. prove acceptable, I may Bend another but necessarily briefer letter speak- 5, 1912. J. L. Gay, Admr. (adv.) ing of such as wo find on our lelsuro-l- y return to tho east Hopo Is tho twin brother of happi' ness. L. V. Dodge. . ea do-ta- ll, STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC., of Tub Citizr.v, published Weekly, at Bcrea, Kentucky, required by the Act of August 34, 1911. Nora ThU statement Is to lie made In duplicate, both copies to !e delivered by the pub - lisher to the riostinastcr, who will send one copy to the Third Assistant General (Dl vision of Ctinl6cstlou), Washing-tou. C, and rrtnlnjthe other In the files of the post office. Editor, Managing Editor, Uuilnen Manager, Jamcs P. Faulkner, Uerea, Kentucky " ' " " Publiihers, The Bekea Publishing Co., Berea, Kentucky Owners: (If a corporation, give name and addresses of stockholders, 1 " " , - , 5J? . per cent or more ot total amount of stock.) G. Berea, Kentucky, 30$ ,, William. James P. Frost, Howard E. Tavlor, " Faulkner " 3090 406 "rv 1 Known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders, holding cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities: per chopped fine. Scrambled eggs with cheese Is a combination easily prepared In the chafing dish. Scramble the eggs and add Just before serving four of grated cheese. Sicilian Omelet. Beat three eggs slightly, add a tcaspoonful of sugar and a pinch of salt Butter the sides of the blazer, turn in the omelet and cook. Turn on to the platter and serve with Sicilian sauce. Beat half a cup of heavy cream, add a tablespoonful of powdered sugar, and a tablespoonful of melted currant Jelly, and ono and a half tablespoonfuls of powdered macaroons. 8mothered Mushrooms. Prepare a cup of fresh mushrooms. Melt three tablespoonfuls ot butter, add the mushrooms, sprinkle with salt, paprika and cook slowly for ten minutes. Drcdgo with one and a halt tablespoonfuls of flour and add half a cup of chicken stock. As soon as heated add two eggs slightly beaten and a grating of nutmeg. Bo sure that the BROKEN eggs. Uhlan, the black trotter, owned by flour Is cooked berore adding the Chicken a la Relne. Cream two C. K. G. Billings of Cleveland, protablespoonfuls of butter and add the claimed hlmcelf King of the world's yolks of threo eggs, rubtrotters on tho track of the Ken- bed to a paste. Soak ot a tucky Horso Breeders Association at cup of cracker crumbs In the samo Lexington, Ky., Oct. 10. Uhlan was amount of milk and add the egg mixdriven by Charles Tanner and brought ture. Pour on gradually one cup of tho world's record down to 1:58 flat chicken stock, then add a cup of finely which was 0110 half second better cut cooked chicken. Season with salt, paprika and celery salt Serve oa than tho record mado at Memphis, toast. years ago by the famous Tenn., seven Lou Dillon. Ho was steady as a clock thru tho whole race with no signs of breaking, which was a noteworthy burned ono day last week. They performance in tho eyes of horse- saved most of the furniture. It men that brought forth prolonged caught from a stove pipe. Mr. Lee Hays of Fredericksburg, Ind., Is spendfrom a great ho6t of spectaing a few weeks with his parents, tors. BOSTON AND NEW YORK TIE Mr. and Mra. Philip Hayes. Willie to Tho- - Boston Red Sox were defeatSettlo and family have moved ed by tho Now York Nationals at Brownsburg, Ind. Leonard Abroms Boston, Oct 10th, In the presence ot left for Brownsburg, Ind., the other Willie Hayes who has been nearly 35,000 spectators, the score be- day. ing 2 to 1. sick since April la able to bo out On Oct 11 at New York tho game again. Sherman Settlo sold his farm went 3 to 1 In favor of tho Bosto- - to E. E. Brockman. Garland Laws nlans, "Smoky Joo" Wood carrying oft has purchased James Withers' farm. the honor. In tho sixth game of the Miss Fox ot Narrow Gap was taken series at New York, Oct 14th, tho to Bcrea Hospital about two weeks New Yorkora summoned their cour- ago. Mra. Nettle Haley Smith from age and defeated the Bostonlans in Whitley County visited her father, a hard fought battle which resulted J. M. Haley, last week. Mrs. Llda In a scoro of 5' to 2. This lime "Rube" Asbury and granddaughter, Delia, Morquard carried tho victory off for spent last Sunday night at P. Hayes'. Seth Asbury and wlfo of Indiana the Nationals. Tuesday's game resulted In a victory for New York. So the aro spending a few weeks with Mr. World's Series now stands: Boston Asbury's father and mother, Mr. and Jessie Neely 3 games; New York 3 games, and ono Mrs. James Asbury. who has been sick for some time contest a tie. Is somo better. EASTERN KENTUCKY WHITES STATION Continued from last pagt Whites Station, Oct. 11. EveryWAOKH8VII.LK Wagoisvllie, Sept 30 Horace War-for- d body Is busy cutting corn and sowwent to Berea, Saturday, to see ing wheat Robert Smith visited Miss his brother, Ejtlll, who Is very sick. Grace Parks, Sunday. Frank Brown begun work on a cistern. Mrs. Mr. and 'Mrs Wade Park wero tho has John Parks was sick last Sunday. guests ot Miss Ella Park, Sunday. Mrs. S. T. Scrivner Is visiting her Colonel Fortune visited Miss Annie Mrs. parents on Millers Creek. Miss llol-ll- o Brown, last Saturday night. Wm. Smith and daughter spent lost Arvino visited friends at Irvine, Wednesday nnd Thursday with last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scott spent tho latter part of last week friends at Red Lick, Miss Annie with the latter's father, Mr. A. Q. Brown spent last Monday with Miss Robert Hutchlns Wilson. Wo aro having somo very Annie Cochran. from Lexington visited Miss Ethel cool weather, Ance Campbell and Sunday. Mrs. Frank Rlt- granddaughter ol DOa Creek wero Brown lost tor mado a business trip to Borea, tho guests of H. Noland and family, Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. J. Monday. Miss Blanch Smith spent B. Wagers spent last week with her last Saturday with the Misses Ollle and Roso Burton. Mrs. Frank Brown mother, Mrs. S. Land, at Irvine. ft Miss Mary Wilson is very sick at and her daughter, Ethel, mado this writing, Miss Mortlo Scott cf business trip to Slato Lick, Monday. Mrs. Geo. Barclay visited John Crab Orchard Is table-spoonfu- ls hard-cooke- d one-fourtso visiting her sister, BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE Mrs. Edna Wilson. Sir. and Mrs. B. J. Scrivner gave the young folks a bean stringing ono night last week. Robert Sparks who has been working near Lexington camo homo, Friday. Messrs. Ernest and Forest Centers, and Elliott Rogers, of Doe Creek and Miss 'Maud Park were tho pleasant guests of Miss Kate Wagers and brothers, Sunday. Mrs. Jeff Wagers Is spending this week with her daughter, Mrs. S. M. Warford at Drip Rock. Tuesday. IIATtTS MADI80W COUNTY BIO HILL Big Hill, Oct. It. Revival meetings are being conducted by Rov. J. W. Parsons and otter with good at- Mlko Parker's house was PHceaR'ht J. D. CLARKST0N oiveu. .en Harts, Oct 7. Lagrippo now seems to be quite an epidemic In this vicinity. T. J. Lake recently mado a business trip to Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Ponder visited Mlsa Martha McQueen or. last week. Sunday School was ganlzed at Harts school bouse with Mrs. Roberts as Supt J. F. Hawkins has sold his farm to Mr. John-co- n and will movo to Bluo Lick tn the near future Mrs. J, E. Hammond visited relatives at Berea, Saturday and Sunday. Religious sor- vlcea will bo conducted at this place next Friday night by Rev. and Mrs. Roberta of Borea. The Misses Mary Abney and Elizabeth 'Murphy ed Mlsa Ethel Powell, Saturday night. o. Page Six. THE CITIZEN. mathematician to fall tichtnd for want of supplies. 80 1 telephoned ono of our sophomores to bring hor last year's books this morning. I ntn sorry to say thoy aro somowbat abused, but tho text Is all hero. You can havo them for (3 and pay when you get ready. Would you caro to tnko them?" Elnora sat suddenly, becauso sho could not stand another Instant Sho reached both hands for tho books and Tbo professor said ncrer n word. was silent also. At last Elnora arose, hugging tboso books to her heart as n mother grasps a lost baby. "Ono thing moro," said tho professor. "You can pay your tuition quarterly. You need not bother about tho flrst Installment this month. Any tlmo In and you ars too One n October 17. 19 13. with tbe experienced clrrk, and when are our Christmas gifts to Elnora. at last Wesley found her she was load Sbe'll no doubt need them moro now ed with bundlco, nnd tlio glint of otn-ethan sho will then, and we can give dnya was In her rnnHfiiJLejea. them Just as well. That's yours, and this Is mine, or whichever way you Wesley carried some packages ntso. "Coma on, now, let's set home," be choose." Wesley untied a good brown umbrella and shook out the folds of a long vTOUIbssssssssssB.1 brown raincoat Margaret dropped tho CHAPTER III. tried Wherein Elnora Procures Her Books hat aroso and took tho coat Sho It on, felt It cooed over It ami matched and Finds Mesne of Earning Monty. It with tho umbrella. the way. homo Wesley and "Did It look anything like rain toSlnton discussed how night?" Inquired so anxiously that should giro Elnora their Wesley she laughed. mid what Mrs. Com "And (his Inst bundle?" she said, stock would say, dropping hack In her chair, tho coat bo nwful "1 am nfrnld she will still over her shoulders. mad," said Margaret Slnton tremu"I couldn't buy this much stuff for lously. any other woman and nothing for my "She'll Just rip." replied Wesley own," said Wesley, graphically. "Hut If she wonts to for you, too, .Margaret!""tt'a Christmas He shook out leave tho raising of her girl to tho fold after fold of soft gray satiny goods neighbors bIio needn't get fractious If that would look lovely against Margathey tnko so mo pride In doing n good ret's pink checks nnd whitening hair. I calculate Elnora Job. From now on "Oh, you old darling!" sho exclaimed shall go to school, and alio shall havo and fled sobbing Into his arms. alt the clothes and books she needs, If AH o'clock next morning Elnora was T nHM,rw1 nn IIia Kn,-t-r nf tvntn (Vim. shelling beans. At 0 she fed chickens ' stock's land nnd cut n tree or drlvo off and pigs, swept two of tho rooms of a calf to pay for them. Why 1 know tlio cnbln, built n tiro and put on tho ' ono tree sho owns that would put Et kettle for breakfast Then sho climbed norn In heaven for n year. Just think tho narrow stairs to the attic sho had of It. Margnrctl tt'a not fair. One-thi- occupied slnco n very small child nnd of what Is there belongs to dressed In the hated shoes and brown by law, nnd If Knto Comstock cnllro. plastered down her crisp curls, raises n row I'll tell her so and aeo ale what breakfast sho could and. pinthat tbe girl gets It You go to seo ning on her hat, started for town. Kato In the morning, and I'll go with "Tbero ts no senso In your going for you. Tell her you want Elnora's pat- an hour yet" said her mother. tern, that you are going to mnko ber "I must try to discover some way to a dress for helping us. And sort of earn those books." replied Elnora. "I hint nt a few moro things. If Kate am perfectly posltlvo 1 shall not find balks I'll take n hand nnd settlo her. them lying along the road wrapped tit Doubloday, Copyright, 1909, by I'll go to law for Elnora's share of that tlssuo paper and tagged with my Pag A Company. and then she can tnko her aharo." name." "Why. Wesley Slnton. you'ro perfect Sho went toward tho city as on yesly wild." terday. Her perplexity as to where "thought" you wouTu ""manage ley."" you ever stop to think "I'm notl Did and books were to come from that I know about some things I'm that such cases are so frequent there tuition wns worse, but she did not feel quite colne to cet" havo been laws tniidc to provide for so badly. Sho never again would have PROLOGUE. I At. that Instant .several .schoolgirls tbem? I can bring It up In court and to faco all of It for the flrst time. She and It was in the woods that the 'camo Into the store and approaches .force Kntc to educnto Elnora age, had been through It once and was yet board nnd clothe her till she's of living. There bad been times yestergirl of the Limbcrlost found her them. Therel" exclaimed Wesley breath-Ilessi- 'and then she can take ber own share." day when sho hnd prayed to bo hideducation, her love, her happi"There, Magglet Like them! "Wesley, Knte would go crezyl" dead, and neither ness and other good things, so, That's what sbo needsl Duy like they "She's crazy now. Tho Idea of any den or to drop guess the best wayhad happened. "1 to in have!" girt ns get rightly, the air of the trees is mother living with as Bweet a an answer to prnyer ts to work for 1 And this story of her life. Here is a Before she knew It Margaret was j Elnoru uud letting ber auffer.tlll It." muttered Elnora grimly crying In an Onabnsun book atoro she asktale for lovers of the woods and among tbera. pardon, girls, but won't ber fighting like a funeral! .It makes mad!" mc "I beg your ed the prices of the IK of books that for otherswho like a simple story you wait a mlnuto?" she asked. When Wesley came from the barn she needed and learned that $d would well told by one who knows the The girls stopped with wondering Margaret bud four pieces of crisp ging- not qutto aupply them. She nuxlously ham, a pale blue, a pink, a gray with Inquired for second hand books, but forest, can tell about "homo faces. explained Mrs. brown and stripes and a "it's folks" and can find the interest Slnton. your clothes," Just beautiful to green plaid. On each rich them lay a was told that tbe only way to secure look of lives. Through these me. You "Ton exactly as I should have blue them was from tho last year's freshin everyday look of wide ribbon to pages flutter the brilliant butter' 'wanted to seo my girls. They both yard and a half handkerchiefs and men. match. Tbero wcro "Do you these?" fly of tangled romance, the mora died of diphtheria when tbey were lit- a brown leather belt In ber bands ahe hurriedly, wish tho storoasked tho clerk was rapidly sober butterfly, no less beautiful, tle. If they had lived they'd been near held a wide brimmed tan straw bat fllllug withforschool children wanting 'your age now, and I'd want them to having a high crown banded with velof noble, quiet lives, well lived, look like yon. I know a girl who vet strips, enrb of which fastened with anything from a dictionary to n pen. "Yes," gasped Elnora. "oh. yest But and the gray moth of sorrow would be Just ns pretty as any of you a tiny gold buckle. borne needlessly for many years. If she had tbe clothes, but her mother "It looks kind of bare now," she ex- 1 cannot pny for tbem Just now. I'leasc you listen closely you does not think about her, so I got to plained. "It bad three quills on It let mo take tbem, and will pay for And them on Friday or return them as permay hear the buxz of the little, mother her some myself." here. Tbe price was two and a half fect ns they are. Please trust roe for Billy, a young-tie- r "She must be a lucky girl." said one for the hat and those things were a them a few days." busy existence of girl. dollar and a dollar and a half apiece. worth your knowing. Tbe clerk looked at her doubtfully "Oh, she loves me," said Margaret, I couldn't pay that" and took her name. I love her. I want her to look does seem considerable,1' admit"and "It "I'll ask the proprietor." bo said. Just like you do. Please tell me about ted Wesley, "but will It look right When be came back Elnora knew tbo SYNOPSIS your clothes. Are these the dresses without them?" answer before he spoke. Although a good scholar, Elnora you wear to school? What "No. it won'tl" said Margaret "It's "I'm sorry." he said, "but Mr. Hann entering high achool. Is abashed by and batsgoods are they and whero do kind of going to havo quills on It Do you re120 (or her country dress. She- nttds doesn't recognize your name. You aro member those beautiful peacock wing not n customer of ours, and bo feels books and tuition fees. Her mother Is you buy them?" tmsympathetlo, and Elnora tells her trouTbe girls began to laugh and cluster feathers that Thoebe Stmms gave me? You'tl bles to Wesley Slnton, an old neighbor. ' around Margaret Wesley Slnton strode Threo of them go on Just whero those that he can't tako the risk. have to bring the money." When' Elnora was born her father was down the store with bis bead high In camo off, and nobody will ever know Elnora clumped out of tho store, the drowned In a swamp, embittering her pride of her, but bis heart was sore the difference. Tbey match tbo hat to thump of her heavy shoes beating aa a mother's life. Elnora determines to ralsa money by gathering forest specimens. over the memory of two little races a moral, and they are Just a little, hammer on ber brntn. She tried two under Brushwood sod. He Inquired longer and richer than the ones that I other houses with the same result and Ths Slntons buy clothes for her, had taken off. I was wondering bis way to the shoe department T sick tbe "Why, every one of us have on ging- whether I better sow them on tonight then In What despair camo Into was Wesley Slnton walked down the road could sbo do? Sbo ham or Unen dresses," they said, "and while 1 remember bow tbey set or street too frightened to think. A half mile and turned In at tbe lane clothes." wait till morning." leading to his home. His heart was they are our school There It stood tn a bank window In moments there was a For a few "Don't risk It!" exclaimed Wealey big black letters staring straight at hot and filled with Indignation. He bad babel of laughing voices explaining to anxiously. "Don't you risk It I Sew her: told Elnora be did not blame her moth delighted Margaret that school them on light now!" er, but he did. Ills wife met him at tba the ureases suuuiu uc uiisui auu "Open your bundles, whllo I get the door. Wanted. Caterpillars, cocoons, but simple and plain and until cold thread," said Margaret "Did you see anything of Elnora, weather they should wash. chrysalides, pupae cases, butterWesley set out npalr of shoes. Marflies, moths. Indian relics of all Wesley?" she questioned. "I'll tell you." said Ellen Brownlee, garet took them up and pinched the kinds. Highest seals of prices paid "Most too much, Maggie," he In cash. "my father owns this store. I know leather and stroked them. "What do you say to going all the clerks. I'll take you to Miss "My, but they aro prcttyt" sho cried. to town? There's a few things has You tell her Just how much "What else did you get?" j Hartley. Elnora caught the wicket at the to be got right away." you want to spend and what you want "Welt, sir." said Wesley. "I aaw cashier's desk with both hands to "Where did you see her, Wesley?" wilt know how to get something today. You told me about braco herself against disappointment buy, "Along tba old Llmberlost trail, my to mostand she money." Kato getting that tin pall for Elnora for your the "Who Is It wants to buy cocoons, "That's tho very thing," agreed Mar- to carry to high school, and you said butterflies and moths?" she panted. girl, torn to pieces sobbing. Her cour- garet "But before you go tell me you told her It was a shame. So I Just "The Bird Woman." answered the age alwaya has been One, bnt the thing-sh- about your hair. Elnora's hair Is Inquired around till I found this, and met today waa too much for her. bright and wavy, but yours Is silky I tblnk tt'a about tho ticket Decent cashier. "Have you some for sale?" "I hare some, but 1 do not know If W ought to havo known better than as hackled flax. How do you do It?" looking and bandy as you please. See tbey are what she would want" to let her go that way. I ought to "Elnora?" asked four glrla In con- here, nowl" "Well, you had better see her," said hare gone In and seen about thla cert Wesley opened the package and laid tbo cashier. "Do you know where she achool business. I'm no man to let a Is tho name of tho girl a brown leather lunch box on tbelable. "Tea; Elnora lives?" fatherless girl run into such trouble. I want these things for." Inside waa a spaco for sandwiches, a "Yes." said Elnora. "Would you tell Don't cry, Maggie. Get mo some suptollttlo porcelain box for cold meat or mo the time?" "Did she come to tbe high school per and I'll hitch up and aeo what wa day?" questioned one of them. fried chicken, another for aalad, a glass "Twenty one after 8." was the ancan do now." "Was ahe In your classes?" demand- - with a lid which screwed on, held by swer. ' "What can wo do. Wesley?" a ring In a corner, for custard or Jelly, ed Margaret without reply. She had nine minutes to reach tbo "I don't Just know. But we're got Four glrla stood silent and thought a flask for tea or milk, a beautiful lit- auditorium or be late. Should she go to do something. Kato Comstock will fast Had there been a atraugo girl tle knife, fork and spoon fastened In to school or to the nird Woman? Sevbe a handful, while Elnora will be two, among them, and bad ahe been over- - holders and a place for a napkin. eral glrla passed her walking swiftly but between us wo must see that the looked and passed by with Indiffercrying over It Margaret was almost and ahe remembered their faces. They girl la not too bard pressed about ence because ahe was so very shabby? "How I'd lovo to flit itl" ahe exclaim- wero hurrying to school. Elnora caught money and that ahe la dressed ao she If sbo bad appeared as much better ed. tbe Infection. She would seo tbe Bird Is not ridiculous. She's saved ua the than they as sbo bad looked worse "Do It tho flrst time Just to show wages of a woman many a day. Can't j would her reception havo been tho Kate Comstock what love 1st" said Woman at noon. Algebra camo first and that professor was kind. Perhaps you make her some decent dresses, same? Wesley. "Get up early In the morning she could slip to tho superintendent Maggie?" strange girl from the and make ono of tboso dresses tomor- nnd ask hltn for n book for tho noxt "There was a "Well, I'm not Just what you call country In tho freshman class today," row. Can't you make a plain ginglesson. k expert, but I could beat Kato said Ellen Brownlee, "and ber name ham dress In a day? I'll pick a chickAs she went down tbe long ball ahe all to pieces. I know that Bklrts was Elnora." en, and you fry It and fix a little cus- noticed tbo professor of mathematics bould bo plaited to the band.lnatead tard for the cup, and do It up brown. standing In the door of his recitation "That was the girl." said Margaret of gathered and full enough to alt In "Aro her people ao very poor?" ques- Go on, Maggie, you do itl" room. When sho camo up to bliu bo and abort enough to walk In. I could tioned Ellen. "I never can," aald Margaret "I am smiled and spoke to her. try. There's patterns for sale. Let's poor at all, como ta think alow as tho Itch about sewing, and "No, not "I havo been watching for you," bo go right away, Wesley." of It" answered Margaret "It's a pe- these aro not going to bo plain dresses said, and Elnora stopped, bewildered. "Well, set mo a bite of supper while culiar case. making tbem. There Mrs. Comstock bad a when It comes to "Forme?" she questioned. I hitch up." great trouble, and she let It change aro going to be edgings of plain green, "Yes," said Professor Henley. "Step through her wbolo life and make a different pink and brown to tbe bias strips and They drove toward the city tho beautiful September evening, and woman of ber. She uaed to be lovely, tucks and pleats about tbo hips, fancy Inside," Elnora followed him Into tbe room, as they went they planned for Elnora. bat all ahe docs now la droop all day belts and collars, and all of It takes and he swung the door behind tbem. Tbe only troublo was not whether and walk the edge of tho swamp half time." "At teachers' meeting laat evening they were generous enough to get what the night and neglect Elnora. If you Then Kate Comstock'a got to help," ahe needed, but whether ahe would ac- girls would make life Just a llttlo said Wesley. "Can tbo two of you one of the professors mentioned that cept what they got and what her moth- easier for her It would bo tho finest make one nnd get that lunch tomor- a pupil bad betrayed In clasa that ahe had expected ber books to be furnish er would aay. thing you ever did." row?" ed by tbe city. I thought possibly It All of tbem promised they would. They went to a large dry goods store, "Easy, but sbe'll never do UP "Now tell me about your hair," per"You see If she doesn't!" said Wesley. was you. Waa It?" and when a clerk asked what they "Yes," breathed Elnora. "You get up and cut It out, and soon as .wanted to see neither of them knew, sisted Margaret Slnton. "That being tbe case," said Pro80 they took ber to a toilet counter, Elnora la gone I'll go after Kate myao they stepped to one aide and held a .whispered consultation. and she bought tbe proper hair soap, self. She'll take what I'll say better fessor Henley, "It Just occurred to me also a nail file and cold cream for use alone. But sbe'll come, and she'll help as you had expected that you might "What had we better get, Wealey?" ;BIeL UL kjjowtJL nrlalmftd. Waa- - after windy days. Then they left ber make tbe dress. These other things require a little time to secure tbctn. mm r. key. There wero some books and things, so from that time on 1 studied and tried to take moths right but I am afraid they aro not what you want" "Are thiey tho big ones that fly mostly Juno nights?" asked tbe Bird Wo- m rd El-no- T - I I I man. "Yes," said Elnora. "Orent gray ones palo blue, with reddish markings, green, yellow with lavender nnd red and yellow." "What" do you mean by 'red and yellow?'" naked tho Bird Woman so quickly that tho girt almost Jumped. "Not exnetly red," explained Elnora, Willi tremulous voice. "A reddish, yellowish brown, with canary colored spota and gray lines on their wings." "How many of them?" It wns tho satno quick question. "Well, I had over 200 eggs," said Elnora, "but so mo of them didn't hatch, October will do." and aomo of tho caterpillars died, but So Elnora entered tho auditorium a thcro must bo at least a hundred persecond time. Iter faco was like the fect ones." brightest dawn that over broko over "Perfect! How, perfect?" cried the tho Limbcrlost No matter about tlio lumbering shoes nnd skimpy dress Bird Woman. "I nienn wholo wings, no down gono Just now no matter about anything, falsho had tho tiooks. Sho could take and nit their legs nnd antennae," them homo. In her garret sho could tered Elnora. "Young woman, that's tho rarest commit them to memory If need be. WoShe could show that clothes were not moth In America," said the Bird "If you havo 100 of all. If tho Bird Woman did not want man solemnly, any of tho many different kinds of them they nro worth $100, according specimens sho had collected sho was to my list I can uso all that' are qulto sure now sho could sell ferns. whole." "What If they aro not pinned right?" qunvered Elnorn. "tf they aro perfect that does not mnko tho slightest difference. I know 4 how to soften them so that I can put them Into any shape I choose. Where aro they? When may I seo them?" "They nro tn Freckles' old caso In tho Llmberlost," snld Elnora. "I could not carry many for fear of breaking them, but I could bring a few after school." "You como hero nt I," said the Bird Woman, "and wo will drlvo out with aomn specimen boxes nnd a price list and see what you have to sell." "Oh, I do need the money I" said Elnora. "Do you live In that beautiful cabin at the northwest end of tho swamp?" asked tho lltrtl Woman. "Yes," snld Elnorn. "1 remember tho placo and a story about It now. You entered the high school yesterday?" J ! I if 1 Com-atoc- k. "Who Is It wants to buy cocoons, but terflles and moths?" she panted. nuta and a great many things. Then, too, sonio ono moved over this morning, and several girls smiled and bowed. Elnora forgot everything aavo her books and that she was where sho could uso them Intelligently everything except ono little thing away back In her bead. Her mother had known about the books and the tuition nnd bad not told ber when ahe agreed to her coming. I . J ficu, I I I . Com-atoc- ! CHAPTER IV. Wherein Elnora Meets the Bird Wemsn and the Slntons Are Disappointed. T noon Elnora took her little parrel of lunch nnd started to the home of the Bird Woman. She mast know about tbe spec herself. imens first, and then ahe would go out Then tbo Bird Woman came back to the suburbs somewhere and eat a and showed Elnora a long printed slip Sho dropped tho heavy Iron giving a list of graduated prices for few bites. knocker ou the door of the big red log moths, butterflies and dragon flics. cabin, and her heart thumped at tbe re"Oh, do you want them?" exulted Elsounding stroke. nora. "I have a few and I can get "Is the Bird Woman at homer ahe moro by the thousand, with every color asked of the maid. In the world on their wings." "She la at lunch," waa the answer. "Yes," said the Bird Woman. "I will ask her If she will see a buy them, also the big moth caterpil"Pleaso girl from tho Llmberlost about some lars that are creeping everywhere now, moths?" Inquired Elnora. and the cocoons that they will spin "I never need ask If It's moths," Just about this tlmo. 1 have a sneakbring ing Impression laughed tho girl. "Orders aro to that the mystery, wonany ono with apeclmena right In. Come der and tho urge of their pure beauty this way." are going to force mo to picture and Elnora followed down tbe hall and paint our moths and put them Into a entered a long room with high paneled book for all tho world to seo and know. wainscoting, old English fireplace with Wo Llmberlost people must not be selN an overmantel and closets of peculiar lsh with the wonders God has given bare tachina filling tho corners. At a us. I will pay good prices for all the ble of oak, yellow aa gold, sat a woman moths you ran And, because, you see, Elnora often bad watched and followed I exchange tbem with foreign colleccovertly around tbe I.tmberloat Tbe tors. The banker will buy atone axes, Bird Woman was holding out a .hand arrow points and Indian pipes. There of welcome. was a teacher from the city grado "I heard!" sho laughed. "A tittle schools hero today for specimens. word There Is a fund to supply tho ward pasteboard box or Just tho bare 'specimen' passes you at my door. If buildings. I'll help you get In touch It Is moths I hopo you bavo hundreds. with that They want leaves of difI've been very busy alt summer and ferent trees, flowers, grasses, moths. unable to collect, and I need so many. Insects, birds' nests and anything Bit down and lunch with me while we about birds." talk It over. From the Llmberlost did Elnora's eyes wero blazing, "nad I you say?" beat go back to school or open a bnlc swamp," replied El- account nnd begin being "I live near tbo a millionaire? nora. "Slnco It's so cleared I daro go Undo Wesley and I bavo a bushel of around the edgo In daytlmo, though we arrow points gathered, a stack of axes, are still afraid at night" pipes, skin dressing tools, tubes nnd "What have you collected?" asked mortars. I don't know how I ever will tbe Bird Woman as ahe helped Elnora wait three hours." to luncheon. "You must go, or you will be late," I am bothering you for "I am afraid said tho Bird Woman. "I will be ready nothing and Imposing on you," Elnora at 4." aid. "That 'collected' frightens mo. (Continued next week.) I always loved I've only gathered. everything outdoors, and so I mado friends and playmates of them. Whea 'Tho boy who by addition grows, I learned that the moths die so soon, I And suffers no subtraction, saved them especially, because there Who multiplies tho thing ho knows, eemed no wickedness tn It" And carries overy fraction, "I have thought tbe same thing," said Who well divides his precious tlmo, Thon tbo Bird Woman encouragingly. because tho girl could not eat until she Tho duo proportions giving, learned about the moths the Bird WoTo euro success nloft will climb, man asked Elnora tf she knew what Interest compound recoiving." kinds sbo bad. "Not all of tbem," answered Elnora. "Sow a thought, reap an act, "Beforo Mr. Duncan sjoved away he Bow an act, reap a habit; often saw me near the edge of tbe swamp, and bo showed me tbe box be Sow a bahlt, reap a character; bad fixed for Freckles and gave me the Sow a character, reap a destiny.". "It was pretty bad?" "Pretty bad!" echoed Elnora. Tho Bird Wotunn lnugheL "You can't tell me anything about that," sho said. "I onco entered a city school straight from the country. My dress was brown calico and my shoes wcro quite heavy. What la your nnme, my girl?" "Elnorn Comstock." answered El"Yesterday on the board It nora. changed to Comstock. and for a mln-utI thought I'd die. but I can laugh over that already." Tho Bird Woman aroso and kissed her. "Finish your lunch," sbo said, "and I will get my prico lists nnd take down a memorandum of what you think you have, so I will know how many boxes to prepare. Never mind tbo calico dress and tbo conrso shoes. Dig Into the books, and before long you will hear tormentors boasting that they were onco classmates of yours!" Sho laughingly left the room and Elnora sat thinking, until sho remembered how hungry she was, so sho ate tho food, drank the hot chocolate and began tbo procea-- t of getting n grip on o "Yes." (P October 17, 1912. THE CITIZEN .. Page Seven .. APPLES CAREFULLY PACKED WILL COMMAND HIGH PRICES A Barrel of Fruit Properly Packed Has An Attraotive the Barrel Is Opened a Solid Mass of Color Should Greet the Eye (By W. II. Alderman. College of Agriculture, West Virginia INTENSIVE FARMING Buildings of Importance Conducted by Frank Montgomery, M. S., Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator BE RE A Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Are Your Talents? What Aro Your Aims? Berea Has the Traininf That Is Bast Fei YOU. University.) THE CORN GRID Now that "tho frost Is on tho pump kin and tho fodders' In tho shock" It Is a good thing to spend tho leisure days of tho next few weeks In preparing for tho final saving of tho bountiful harvest of this fat year, l'robably you havo tho largost crop of corn to gather that you havo had in years. Whero aro ou going to put it? Is tho old crib largo enough lo hold It, and In good repair? If not suro nbout this cxamlno to boo if tho sills nro Bound, and strong enough to bear tho additional Joad. Much loss might be caused by Its breaking 300 lineal foct, 200 feet board meas-ur- o of 2x4 ccantllng, for 22 studding 8 feet long, 12 rafters C feet long 2 plates 16 feet long, and 2 cross girders 6 feet long. Tho crib should bo sided up with 1x3 inch stuff with an Did you havo to buy conned fruit REV. CHAS. F. HUBBARD, D. D., Dean last winter and spring because you bad no placo to keep fruit from fit. The Collego Itself stands apart from all the other schools under Its standards known In the freezing? If so, why not build a cae management and tins long maintained South. To conform to tho Carncgio standards we have diminished our forthis fall and can up a lot moro ap- mer requirements I Required nnd elective studies with opportunity to conples, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, ttc. centrate in particular lines. Largest college library In Kentucky. Laborto put in it, for they will keep in a atories equipped for student practice. Courses leading to tho degrees of A. 13., IJ. S.f B. I.., anil It. Pod. cavo tho finest kind. And next sum"MUSIC '(Singing Free). Xeed Organ, Yoloe Culture, Plane, Theory, mer you will bo glad you have It to Band, may be takea tor special feet la oonaeottoa with werk la aay et eta put milk and butter and eggs in. above seaoola. Wo will have something more to say nbout this in a week or two. Also something about buildings to shelBerea College, with Its aSTBatoS Berea, Friend ef Working Students. ter tho stock. You will bo surprised Institution. It requires certain fees, feal how cheaply good stock shelter can schools, la net a money-makinit expends many thousands ot dollars eaoh year for the benefit of Ma sta be mado. dents, giving highest advantage! tit lowest 001L and arranging tor students to ears aad tare la every way. Announcement If every farmer that selects his OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulation! to irotoat seed corn this fall Instead of putthe character aad reputation ot the young people. Our atudenta come from ting it' off till spring will drop a pos- the beat famBlet and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may tal card to Tho Citizen so stating, be sick the College provides doctor and nursr without extra charge. All except those with parenta la Berea live In College bulldlaga, aaa wo will send him a bulletin on selecassist la werk of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable tralav tion of seed corn. Ing, aad getting 'pay according to the value et their labor. Except la whapEIdT aro sllir under Investigation. ler It tt expected that all will have a ehanoe to ears a part et their ea The spray russetlng of the fruit by peaaea. Write te the Secretary before eemlag to secure employment copper poisoning and the, foliage Facing the Barrel. PERSONAL EXPENSES for slothing, laundry, postage, books, eto, vary Ends of Strong Manila Cord of Condue to the same cause had be- wit different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate la the keet. To faco a barrel proporly roqulros venient Length Fattened to Hook come so serious that considerable at- but aa etadeaU mutt attend classes regardleta ot the weather, warm wraps some skill and caro In selecting fruit. Supports Receptacle. tention was devoted during the sea- aad nderclo'talBg. umbrellas and overshoes are accessary. The object of facing Is to give the bar-Tho sons of 1909 and 1910 to testing vaappearance when picking of fruits, especially rious spray mixtures. Exceptionally Uve Store furnishes bocks, toilet erUoles, work uniforms, aatbrellaa aad el nn attractive For the cost ether accessary artlelet apples and pears, many devices hare opened, nnd not, as la too often the beautiful fruit, In most coses free LIVINQ EXPENSES are really feelew eotL The College asks a ream been used, and new ones are tried from funguous spots case, to deceive the purchaser. The and diseases, was fee-- the Sac buildings la which students lire, charging ealy eaaagk reees every year. Doubtless the fruit used should represent, as far as obtained from the experimental plats. Fig. 2 A Basket. basket Is the most As a result, orchardlsts have taken up rest to pay for eleanlag. repairs, fuel lights, and washing et bedding aaa cite Is concerned, tho general run of the wholo barrel. Tho mistake Is too iron circle used on some presses to popular receptacle for fruit picked the spraying with sulphur compounds towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, 11.15 a week, la me faX ream, with fuel, lights, waaaUg at often made of picking out all tho force tbo head to place Is usually In as a solution ot this Important diff- aad IMSto la winter.forFor furnished 19 eenta ding. 40 each person. largest apples for facers. These nre the way of the operator, a single wood-iculty. SCHOOL FEES are two. frequently poorly colored and do not en block cxtondlng crossways of the first a "Dollar Deaeelt," aa gaaraatee Borne Injury has occurred where makes as good an appearance as the brad being fnr more convenient. mixture was used too strong or In re tarn cf .room key, library bocks, etc This la paid feat eaei , aad U medium sited, botter colored speci- Remove cloudy weather. This wat mostly on v fc.ee the student departs. the Fruit From the Orchard. mens. All tho face apple should be I Tho fruit should be transferred from Second an "Incidental Fee" to kelp oa expenses tor cart f aeaeel the tender foliage, and In hardly any of uniform size and well colored. Be- tree to storago as rapidly as possible. tegs, hospital, library, eto. (Studeata pay nothing for tultlea or serrtoSS case wat It serious. The ginning on tho outer edge, they should If the picking Is to be dono In the solution, being tbe most convenient teachers all our lnstruotlea to a tree gift). The Incidental Fee tor be arranged, stem down. In concentrlo orchard, the fruit should be picked and satisfactory to use, has been ac- students la 15,0 a tent, fl.Ot la Academy aad Normal, aad VM la circles, until the head la covered. and placed directly upon the packing cepted by orchardlsta for spraying ap- glato courses. Care should be taken to select fruit table. Never place It In piles upon ples. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee aid that will Just fill up tho circles with- the ground, to bo packed later. This Where It ha been combined with Oto torn, board by the half torn. Installments ere as followai out leaving nny spaces or requiring ' not only entails an extra handling and the arsenate ot lead, generally excelFAU, TERM lent retultt have been obtained with f ny to be placed on odge. Whon the Increased cost, but gives the fruit a VOCATIONAL AMD ACADSMT la reached, It should be filled ' dull, dead appearance and seriously FOUNDATION SCHOOLS center AND NOAMAL COLLBOB the combined spray; but In a few Incidental Fee . too I with either one, three or four apples. Impairs its keeping qualities. When cases, undoubetdly owing to Inefficient t 7.00 I Room 560 7.00 agitation, there has been some figure 2.) Never uso a large or small tho packing Is done In the storage or Botrd, 7 week . 94 943 943 pVo to All out conter space, aa It slight burning of the fruit, and in still packing house tho fruit should be haulAmount due Sept. 11. 1)11 . . . 05 J45 S43 would spoil the appearance of the ed directly to the building as soon as fewer Instances, ot the foliage. It rs Board 7 week, due Oct. jo, iH 943 94i . 4J now known to be possible for the orwholo face. Dy selecting apples meas- picked. In this caso It Is well to let It Total for Una toso J0 uring three to three and sochardlsts to make the Device for Holding Basket, 131.40 It paid In advaaca cool over night before packing. In diameter tho outer circle may by boiling these materials on WINTKR TKRM Inches lution among the branches on the Inside of tbe farm, or it can be purchased on $ 5.00 Incidental Fee' I 6 00 I7 be filled with fifteen apples, the second Room COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER. 7 too the tree. the market already prepared. ring by nine, and three will fill the Board, (weekt 9 9.00 9.00 Ono difficulty with the basket Is that center. (Figure 2.) The next smaller Amount due January 1, laij . . . . J10.00 A large per cent of the farmers of It It awkward to handle when hung on JlMO J.9 size that can be used measures two Board (or i weeka, due Feb. 11, ijij 9.00 9.00 type which the usual double wire hook. To obviate West Virginia use the s s to two and and Total for term $!! ia .00 ftl.M from 115.00 to $24.00 per ton. Inches In diameter. It will sells this particular type of fertilizer this difficulty the device Illustrated S30.TO 931.10 It paid In advance . . . . fSB.SO Why herewith has been found effective, says SPRING TKRM to All the outer tako seventeen of these finds not The currant worm makes It appearIncidental Fee 3 I7 t oo circle, eleven to All the second, and easily such a widespread seal It most the Orange Judd Farmer. Both ends Room accounted for except 300 four to fill the center. A size of fruit men buy fertilizers not at so that per of a stout uantla cord of any con- ance as toon aa warm weather sett Board, 5 weeka 73 67 much venient length are fastened to a hook. la. Intermediate between these two could pound of plant food. A Amount due March 4, lot , . . fertilizer The cord Is then passed around the Pears thould not be cultivated. Best not be used. Many growers face all means one which contains 20 pounds Board i weeks, due Apr. Jo, 191 J , 73 basket handle and the hook thrown to keep them In grata after the fourth their barrels with these two sizes. r$-Total (or term fM Jo In 50 of ammonia, 160 pounds of phosphorlo over a limb and caught around the year. as.eo SS4.00 In caso the fruit runs smaller than acid SSS.00 If paid In advaaea and 40 pounds of potash per ton. now vertical cord, as shown. Hellebore la excellent for the deelthor of these two sizes, one must Special Expenses Business. caterot tlugt, worms and The amount of phosphoric acid in The select that site which will mako three the above fertilizer Is relatively high stantly hook, while secure, can be in struction Fall Winltr, String Tclu released, either from the limb pillars. $10.00 $j6oo circles and loare the ccntor to be fill- and aJnco crops nre greatly benefited or the basket, Stenography and Typewriting- f 14 co (11 00 Growing grains or allowing stock to and yet they will "stay oa Bookkeeping (rtgular count) la 00 14 00 ed with one apple. In the case of very by 6.00 ll.oo Bookkeeping (baie( court) 3 00 pasture in the orchard It not good 7.00 the uso of phosphorlo acid, the put" aa long; as desired. largo apples, llko Fallawater, they may Buslneat course atudlea for atudenta In orcharding. farmer thinks he has received good reother departmental be arrangod In two circles, with a space Stenography 17.00 10.30 Soot dutted on melon plants whan 9.00 turns for every dollar he Invested. INJURY TO APPLES BY SPRAY to be filled with one In the confer, Typewriting, with one hour's ute question Is whether or not, In leavet are wet with dew discourthe The 6.00 too of Inttruracnt 7.00 300 apple. Only one layer of facers is Commercial Iaw, Commercial Ceog. most cases, tho phosphorlo acid, It Orchardlsts Have Taken Up Sulphur ages Insects. raphy. Commercial Arithmetic or necessary, but one should place over eneFor most fungous and Intact used. alone, would not have given as .ot, renmanthlp, each t.10 34 ISO Compounds to Prevent Damage tho Inter spaces of this layer a fow large returns as all three. In no cue will tpeciat Budneat Feca eiccc - t $15.00 per term. mies tpraylng la a prevention rather to Fruit and Foliage, fruits with their colored side down. than a remedy. The best farmers are taking care When the barrel Is opened a solid mass The of the nitrogen supply by growing The most striking thing that hay may pretenoebyot the currant borer young man or young woman can get aa education at of color should greet the oye. Any the leavet withering be known clover, alfalfa, or soy beans and by taken place in apple spraying tlnce Berea It there la the will to do so. supplying barnyard manure. They the introduction of Bordeaux mixture and turnips; yellow. Filling snd Tailing the Barrel. It is a mreat advantage to start in the fall and havo a full year ot Toola to be used In cultivating the The filling of the barrel should be buy phosphorlo acid and potash and re- for tbe control of apple dtieaiet, said orchard thould be determined by the oontinuous study. Many young people waste time In the nubile schools over end over the same things, when they might be Improving accompanied by vigorous shaking after ceive profitable returns from It. Nit- an official of the bureau of plant In In the orchard. mni-J- i faatar hr nomine to Berea and atartlnir In on new studies wltfi every halt bushel of fruit has been rogen, to be purchased and use at a dustry of the department of agricul- klad of toll growera do 'not pick tome of the best young men and women from other counties and states. Experienced added. This settles the fruit Into Its profit, must be obtained at the right ture, recently, It the change from tbe Applicants mutt bring or send a testimonial ahowlng that they are market when the fruit It permanent place, so that there will be prlca and not at two or three times copper to the sulphate compound! that berrlet forthey keep the crates In a nbove 16 years old, in good health, and of good character. Tills may be Its worth at Is generally the case In has been brought about largely wet, and no loosonlng and rattling after the signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or nelgli. type. through the experiments of this of- cool place, out ot the tun. la strictly forbidden. barrel Is packed. When the barrel It the Surplut tuckers In raspberrlet or bor. The ute of tobaccobegan September 11. OF ACHUCUI.TUHE. COLLEOE r fice. The tolutloa It tbe Hurry I Fall Term nearly filled the upper layer mutt be red raspberry patches should be treatWett .Virginia University leading one la ute, though the For Information or friendly advloe write to the Secretary, arranged by hand to form a level tur- leaving only enough like lmtrlulphjiLaBl-llla- . ltsaaul- - ed jutt for weekt, MORTON, Berea, Ky. D. next year's fruiting. aboott st when full of corn. A plain crib CxH feet tnado of potes or rails with puncheon floor nnd good board root will cost nothing but tho work of making it. Stono can bo laid of In tho ground and to a height about 1 foot abovo ground to supiort short wooden pillars about 2 feet long. Upon theso pillars tho crib U to rest. Theso pillars should bo well wrapped with galvanized Iron or tin to provent rats and mlco from getting to tho corn. A crib built In this way to keep out rats will often pay for itself In a year or two by the corn It saves. Fig. 1 Sorting Apples for Packing. Thoso who have lumber or can get faco against which the head may it readily, can build a much nuatej; Packing Apple. press. This operation Is known as cxpenso. Tho Unfortunately thcro li no prescribed "tailing." The barrel should be filled looking crib at small Blzo of tho crib built should bo governl an standard for the 1I10 of a barrel. Inch or moro abovo the chime, to you aro likely to have. states haro adopted standards, alow for shrinkage and to tighten the ed by tho corn C foot wide, 16 feet long and A vary In shape and slxe. A fruit In tho barrel wbon tho bead Is & crib tut these feet high, InBldo measurement, will barrel ued In teroral states and pressed Into position. hold 400 bushels. If you will havo 100 fiomotlmei called our Standard Apple Papering the Barret. bushels it would need to bo 20 following dlmonslon: Barrel la of the A clrclo of plain white or laced pafeet long and C feet wide by 8 t Length of atare, 28 Inchei; diam- per placed In the bottom of a barrel expect to need before the facers are laid will add high. It you do not eter of head 17H Inchei; outside greatly to Its attractiveness. If In ad- room In this crib for moro than S00 at the bulge, 64 Inches; capacity, 100 quarts, dry measure. dition a layer of corrugated paper or bushels it would. only need to bo .'2 There Is a decided need for federal nn excelsior pad Is placed under each feet long. legislation giving us a uniform bar- head It greatly diminishes bruising. From this wo can mako an easy Tho expense Is slight, laced paper rule for determining tho size, crib to rel. costing nbout 16 per thousand, and build: Kvcry 4 feet of length of a Packing Table. corrugated paper IG to J8, small Items The table shown In Figure 1 Is well that greatly Increase the effectiveness crib 6 feet wldo and 8 feet high will idapted for use cither In tho orchard of the package. hold 100 bushels of car corn. or packing homo. Tho table In the Tho framo crib can bo, made, rat Oarrel Press. Illustration Is 6 feet long by t feet proof by building tho foundation the types of screw and lever Several vldo,.sides 7 Inches high, slats In tho snmn no flonrrthoil for flift nnln or bottom of tho bed aro 1 Inch square, presses nro on the market Tho requl- - 'rail crib. Thcro should bo a pillar Uca of a good press nro strength, dur-a- t and aro spaced 1 Inch apart. The legs 8 on each side for nt least every tho lower end aro 36 Inches long, ability, power, simplicity and compact-allowinThe lev"r presses nro more feet of length of tho crib. Sills should of tho bed to nc,s- tho bottom clear tho top of the barrel. Tho legs rapid to operate than the Bcrew type, bo 4xG in. or two 2x6 pieces spiked lllch ' MK 'es md lpl8- - T togtthor. Thero should bo Joists, at the upper end nro 42 Inches, giving 2x6, running across tho crib about 3 pitch to tho table. The apples a can easily bo Inspected as they roll feet apart bo that tbo boards of the Into the apron nnd Imperfect thrown floor can run lengthwise of the crib out. When tho apron Is filled It can and bo easy to shovel up corn over. be slowly lowered Into the barrel wlth-- i For a crib 16x6x8 feet, 100 feet linout bruising the fruit. This packing eal or board mcacuro of 2x6 inch tablo may bo mounted on wheels for SISBBBffSBBBllGEnL lumber would bo needed for Bills, convenience In orchard work or may bo built largor, with two funnels, alDEVICE FOR HOLDING BASKET lowing two barrels to be filled at once. Sot-crafe-i- i!wn Are you not far advanced? Then enter the FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Kdwards, Superintendent Here yrt will be placed with others like yourself, under a special teacher, and mate most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and the eoramoa branches and be ready to use them. You will have tinging, drawing, fam and household management, and free One year la the 7oda datlon School eosta less than $90 and Is worth $1,000. ' Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join the $U0. NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnimore, Dean. Here yo will fee M Tho door should bo in ono end nt trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught hew It) tho crib nnd at least 7 feet high so teach. The demand for Berea trained teaehen far exceedt the tupply, ns to reach from tho floor nearly to Are you Interested in earning money? tho top of tho crib. As tho crib Is THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles C. Marsh, Dean. filled with corn short boards can bo Mountain Agriculture. Home 8clence. laid across tho door way insido to Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. provent tho corn from falling out. Printing and Business Course, Eta. Four strips of tho siding should be Here you toon double your earning power, and learn to eejoy dotal sawed out between two studding lit things In a superior manner. tho other end of tho crib or on ono Are you desiring the next belt thing to a College Course? Then taktj sldo near tho top so corn can bo two years or three years in the shoveled to tbo back part of tho GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Tv cau yean, or three years, la such practical ttudiet as will fit you for aa honor crib readily. Theso four strips be elected together and put back in able and useful life. You select your studios from inch at these: FhytV placo readily from the InBldo, tho ology the science of health; Civics the science of government; Gramma the art of correct speech and elects being made long enough Ethics the science ot right to catch on tho siding above and below and wrong; History necessary for politics, .law and general Intelligence! Botany necessary tor the doctor and interesting to every lady; rayalo- -" tho opening. Tho space Just beneath the roof the telenoe of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., eto. Do you with to prepare to enter College? Start In the can bo floored In ono end of tho BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Franete K. Mathenft crib and tho best corn tossed up thcro for tho family meal. Don't put tho Dean. Beet training in Mathematics, Languages, Science and XIatory. Tas elats-room-t and Men's Dormitory, aad a large feed seed corn up there, tako it up stairs Aeadtmy hat its own et etudenta of high character aad ability, able Instructors, aa4 ate eC Os in tho house for it may bo worth lege Library aad apparatus. $2.00 a bushel again noxt spring. text-bookBook-Bindinletter-writin- Inch spaco between each board when nailed on. It would require 1,300 ft. lineal measure- or 325 ft. board measure for tho Biding and stripping to nail board roof' to. Ono hundred twenty feet board measure of good inch boards will bo needed for tho floor and tho door. Hoard roofing can bo mado nt homo with little expense, or galvanized iron would cost about - tOther Buildings to Look After Berea College Questions Answered g ud gLJEd Ce-ee- re 1 pivot-handle- d Well-Packe- d half-bush- 1 I lime-sulph- one-eigh- th lime-sulph- .... t.00 three-quarter- seven-eighth- Horticultural Notes HJ-T- ........ Hurry! Fall d .... .... Trm Began Sept. 1 11th able-bodie- lime-sulphu- self-bfiUi- WALTER Page Eight. noon. THB CITIZEN. A, D. nn Walter Gabbard havo that wero put on tho ttnge by Brnd-shavery busy this week picking were composed by 8. A, Cau-dltheir winter fruit. They havo a flno tho teacher of Hradshaw school. m cupply. School Is progressing nicely Nothing has cvtr been played at Bco Branch with J. S. Turner ah tho mountains of Kentucky mbro dratoachor. Horn to 'Mr. and MrB. Jna. matic nnd striking than these plays. Mcintosh, a flno girl. '.Mrs. Susan There wero nlRO somo good lectures. Dnrrott of Mistletoe has been visit- 8. A. Caudlll lectured on tho subing friends hero for a few days. ject, ' Tls mother that makes the Mrs. Paulino Oabbard of Cortland man." Mr. Jamca 8pencc lectured on Farmer was shopping hero this week. Agriculturo nnd Mr. Logan COW CIthKK gavo a nlco talk on practical EducaCow Creek, Sept, 28. Foddering tion. IIAUNIXTVII.I.K and making molasses Is tho occupa tion of tho farmcrn. Llttlo Carley Earnest lllc, Sept. 30. Farmers are .. t .. .. . . not yet done foddering. nwi, mo lour year oiu sin, oi Mrg T Huff acd Sumlny Is rushing to get their enno made 1C. Oabbard has purchds. up beforo Jack Frost comes. Huston morning-- J. of Brandenburg has bought another ed tho property of II. II. Illco boonovl0 nd wlI1 1I10VO thcro B0On horso recently. Alios Nannlo Wlnklo u of Foxtown, Jnckcon County, Is visitJohn Reynolds has purchased She fino pair of mules and ho and I). (I. ing her relatives nt this place. Reynolds will go Into tho logging Is now at J. T. Grny's. Harvey business. Mrs. Robert Ames has been Strong of Greinhnll, Jackson County, very sick. C. B. Gabbard was at who was afflicted with cancer pnss-c- d away laflt Thursday. Mr. Strong Boonevlllo, Friday, on business. The funeral of Mrs. Polly Combs was n good citizen nnd a member will bo preached tho first Sunday t:i of I. O. O. F. of Travelers Rest. Tho Is Odd Fellows burled him with Irn- October. Miss Mattlo Ray who teachlng nt Grascy Branch ns assist- - .tcrnlty ceremonies which were very ant teacher under her sister, Miss nice, Indeed. A party of fourteen Laura Ray, has typhoid. Tllman Grcca, men and boys, while nttemllng the Is teaching In her place. association nt Wind Cave, mndu un TKAVELI.K113 REST expedition Into tha cavo yesterday. are Tho party wns comjiosed of J. Davis, Travelers Rest, Oct. 7. Wo having Bomo very flno weather. The Supt. of Jackson County, 8. A. Caur dlll, teacher of Hradshaw, and others. farmers havo hnd a nlco time to Wo went to tho cave about tlir.M Perry Creech recentfodder. ly bought a horso from W. W. Wilson o'clock In the afternoon and entered, of this plnco for ono hundred dol- ' going nlout a mllo Into the rave, lars. S. P. Caudlll has been out ou which took us about one and n half a drumming trip for two weeks nnd ' Itours. In returning to the entraiiro has Just returned reporting that he wo lost our way, there being so We has done a flno business. Thero wns many Oonlng8 In the caw. an interesting contest In an enter- - made our way out nil rluht after tnlument performed on tho stage nt spending about three hours In tin New Zlon school house In Jackson cavo. This Is ono of the most bemi-tlfscenes of nature and n party County between S. A. Caudlll 'b school of Brndshaw In Ow3lcy County and Is planning to spend a wholo day New ZIon of Jackson. Thcro was a In exploring the cavo further. MTI'IUIKON. largo crowd, about three hundred peo ple, plenty of basket dinner on the j Sturgeon, Oct. 7. Married on tho ground and nice muelc. New Zloii 16th, nt tho homo of tho bride, Mr. had a nlco program. All tho plays Charlie Plcrson of Grcenhnll, to MUs w ll October tPnunlo Smith of Sturgeon. Elder J 8. Ward of Stono Cole fulled to fill Jhls appointment here, Saturday and Sunday .Tho Progressive Club has n number In this voting precinct of IC. 17, 1912, East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Ho been Berea Printing School Department of Berea College (The Citizen it a specimen of our work.) PRINT8 HEADS, HAND-fltLl.- li not lot paklicitlca, etntTtitttt tUIht but it b1ch an ilttd tUic I oil y ilt iltn, 1I t$nt t( tood faith. Wiltt pUlnly. FARMERS' BOYS Ml offcrs-TmTl- ATTENTION -- W. A. last Saturday and Sunday. Broughton of Grassy Springs was in CAR1CO this neighborhood some days ago look. Carlco, Oct. 7. Edward Evans Is Ing for a farm to purchase. H. N. furlough from off on a three months Dean wa3 thrown from a mule a fewtho army. He has many relatives to days ago and wns hurt very badly. welcomo him home. There will be night He Is now better. A. C. Blcknell meeting at Flat Top tho ISth who has been In the west for somo of this month which will hold until tlmo Is expected home In a few days, by Dro. James Lunsford, tho 20th, Miss Hattle Cruse of Berea is vis also dedication of tho church on Sun- iting home folks and friends In this day and dinner cn the ground. All come. The vicinity. Born the 11th Inst, to Mr. are cordially Invited to and Mrs. S. A. Engle, a fine girl. Misses Dora and Eva Ford were vis Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Englo, a iting Miss Ellen Roberts, Sunday. lt,--. I y-. - Tl n .1 u icw uays siuce, woI "iu, .Tohn Pm.rh ami John Jones have ta. "m child of Vcster and Pearl Az cn their blind mother, 'Mrs. Patsy Par.'nfant bill. Tho bereaved ones have our pro' ker, to Dr. Mcl lathy of Travelers Rest Mrs. Sarah Hurst Phillip found sympathy. to have her eyes examined. who has been 3lck for some time Cornett Is teaching his Blnglng, school Top every Saturday is better. regularly at Hat CLAY COUNTY and Sunday. Orbin Smith visited his lll'lt.MNO 81'UINUH father and mother near Atlanta, SunBurning Springs, Oct. 11. A young two day. Thero was meeting held nights last week by Bro. James. Luns- child of Mr. Wm. Cox is very sick i3 with diphtheria. The disease seems ford at Hat Top. S. R. Roberts finishing painting the new church to prevail in the Rador neighborhood. G. M. Baker is much improved bouse ,at Flat Top this week. Mra. Dr, Arthur McDanlel Is In poor health from the effects of typhoid. at present. Mr. Fitzhugh is visiting liornsby reports somo of his cases at Tcges as being very critical ones, Mr. Tussy'a folks. Fred Whites was called to Laurel VBUY by tho death of a sister last week, Hurley, Oct. 7. Miss Mary AnderJ. W. .Montgomery lias been very son is visiting friends at this place, this week. Most everybody around busy lately In building rock cellars Is busy making molasses in this com- - for a number of our prosperous peo here Is done foddering. Everybody plo. Mr. Drake, an expert plumber munlty. Several from this place at- of Barbourvllle Is potting gas pipes tended church at Birch Lick, Sunday. In 'Miss Hoagen's house for heating Mrs. Rebecca Gabbard sold a cow and lighting puriicses. Thos. Haw dollars tho other day. lings, a U. S. revenue officer, Is at for thlrty-flv- o Riley Gabbard was here last week home. Elb;rt Hubbard has moved his family to his farm ou the MIso buying .eggs. Mr. and Mrs. Pal GabTho School Improvement bard and Mrs. Tllllo York attended Bianch. church at Birch Lick, Sunday. Next club meets every Thursday night to the Saturday and Sunday there will bo mako plans for Improving church at this place. They have school, school grounds and tho town. changed our church from the third A brigade of school boys are cutting to tho second. School at this place ditches to drain the school grounds. Is progressing nicely. Sunday school Ten dollars have been donated for and prayer meeting are being attend- defraying expenses. Every one seems to bo lending a helping hand to ed by very enthusiastic audiences. tho league. Its meetings arc full of TVNEK Tyncr, Oct. 11. Farmers are about enthusiasm and interest. VINE through saving fodder and sowing Vine, Oct. 12. Married, Oct. 3rd, wheat. Married, on tho Dth, Miss Maud Hamilton, to Mr. J. S. Moore '.Mr. Garret Marcum to Miss Mandy of Mildred. Wo wish them a pleasant Pennlugton. Best wishes to the hapJourney through life. Mr. and Mrs. py couple. Jack Frost has made his W, 'M. Bullock are the proud parents appearance in this neighborhood, twice, but did no damage. Mr. Lar-kl- n of a fino boy, his name is John C Pennington und his two daughMr. and Mrs. it. D. Jones and family, Miss Etta Jones and brother, Floyd, ters, Rhoda und Delia, of Livingston, visited friends and relatives ul of Viva were visiting In this vicithis place, last week. Isaac Penningnity, Saturday and Sunday. Aunt ton and Miss Froula Estrldge were Tommy Strobblefleld has gone to her brother's, K. C. Jones nt Vla quietly married at tho home of tho brldo, Oct, 3rd. We wish for them whero she will spend tho winter. Miss Zoo 'Moore will go to London in a long and prosperous life. Several a few days to stay a few weeks with of this place attended tho annual her cousin, Georgo O. Moore. W. R. meeting at Brown Mission, today. who has hud Reynolds Is visiting In Clay County. Mrs. Dave Hurley Aunt Jane Morris fell and bruised fever (s slowly improving. Miss Lu licr kneca so badly that she la cy Malnous of laurel Creek visited relatives at this place, last week. hardly ablo to walk. Mrs. Martha, Rico is vlBltlng her NHHOT daughter, Mrs. George liornsby, or Parrot, Oct. 12. E. li. Cress is Gooso Creek. Mr. and Mrs. II, c. moving tho goods which were left after the sale last week to Clay Cloyd spent 8unday with Mr. and Mrs. Monroe and Nancy County. Died, Sunday night, Oct. 6, Matt Morgan. Morgan sieiit Saturday night the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. H. ad Sunday with their grandfather. R. Dyche of this place, from pneuOWBLEYCOUNTY monia fever. II. waa laid to rest In the Fllnchum gravo yard, on Moores . NKllAbTIAN Sebastian, Oct, 12. Mrs. Creek. The pcoplo of this place Magglo wero grieved to hear of tho death Blankenshlp of Hamilton, Ohio, who of Brack 'McCowan- - of Lite. Ills rela- has been visiting relatives hero for tives havo the sympathy of his mauy the past month will return homo 1 1 -- for Louisville, Sunday. Wm. Baker has moved into his new houso at the edgo of town. County Attorney C. P. a trip tb Manchester Moore made last week. Tho new domestic building for McKeo Academy la almost completed. Dr. McConaughy, of of New Jersey, was the guest Hcv. I. T. "Messier last Saturday and gav Sunday. Mrs. J. It. Llewellyn young folks a candy party last tho Saturday night. John W. Fowler of It Derea Is in town on business. is rejKirted that work has begun pt Ileldleburg on the new railroad to bo built from Heidclburg to McKee. scl-en- boys.," " making course for Prof. Clark, l'rof. Montgomery , and at- tho homo of Mm. Leathn 'I'iishcv . our other teacners can snow jou nuw batufday, and partook of the good to make much more money than has "nn we Mrs' Br'a petard nnJ ever been made out of tho homo farm. good stock, " " , Why not havo good fruit, ..., u.iuou.u. u..u ..u, arc nml cood cronsl Theso classes uou uaKcr o .Middle r otk was in already started, but thero Is room Friday, on busi this neighborhood, farmfor a good additional bunch of ness. Mrs. Ida Harris left, Monday, er boys who should start for Berea to Join her husband In Hamilton, 0 this week or tho first of next. Llttlo Robert Callahan is recover. ing from typhoid fever. James David JACKSON COUNTY son of Peoples, while out on bus! MeKU got his leg mashed very badly McKee, Oct. 7. John Kowlcr who ncsB, as a result of his horso falling wltli been In Atlanta, Ga., for several has him. Ho is now much Improved. days, returned home last Saturday. Thcro will be a meeting at tho homo Dr. J. D. Hays has gone to Atlanta of Rev. Ablo Gabbard, tho first Sat to stay a few mouths on account uf here. W. H. urday night and Sunday In November. tho bad health he had Greenbcrry Gtbbard's two llttlo Clark went to lUchmond last SaturglHs are slowly recovering from sell some of his cattle. Mr. day to Mrs. V. M. Wyatt family of Dayton, typhoid fever. Louis Gabbard and was visiting relatives on Moores 0., havo been visiting relatives hero Price days. J. !. Engle went to Creek, Thursday. Miss Lucy a few a farmers' money- - '"tt frlonda In this has been communlty.-- A. , Par-Der- u,ls vlchilty for ""t"""1- - I, ... T, ! Geo. Bowles will begin tho tree-- 1 tlon of a dwelling for W. (I. Brewer soon. W. A. lkiwman Is a rntidldalo for County Judge of Owsley County, and says If elected he will reduco tho taxes. Bud Smith Is a cnmlldato for sheriff. '.Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lnyno ' and granddaughter, Myrtla Brewer, of Island City wero visiting at Sturgeo''', Sutnlny. Wm. A. Ilnys has completed his Job dressing staves on While Oak mid has moved his mill hack near tho Sturgeon nnd la now dressing ' J. Wilson nnd Samuel Evans timber. J. II. Sponco has purchased a new i wheat drill. Tho ieoplo oro becomwheat InUrestcd In ing much Igruwlng In and around Sturgeon. Thero hnvo been two wheat drills purchased In thjs vicinity this full. ' LETTER. RKPORTS. BER. MON8 AND BOOKS IN THE BEST MANNER, AND AT LOWEST PRICES. CARDS, Tour patronage la asked to help studeata, and to Insure your getting your taoaay'a worth. CALL AT THE OFFICE OR BEND 0RDER8 DT MAIU YOU WILL GET SATISFACTION. DRESS TERMS CASH. AD- iioonkvii.i.i: lloonevllle, Oct. C Jack Frost visited this county last week. Bradley Daniels and Jerry Rico who nro under indictment, charged with the murder of Dock Gabbard, were brought 'before Judgo Price, Friday, ou haJutlgo bebeas corpus prociedlnBs-'- ' he ing disqualified, turned tho case over to Esq. Jnmca Porter. 'Hie caso ,wns Bet for Monday, tho 17th. lor hearing. Bud Gnbbard, bam MdntoJh and Bev Gllbcit who aro In custody charged with waylaying and kllllns' John Stiimicr and mortally wounding BUI Freeman on Buffalo Creek somo days ago will havo n hearing before Judgo Price, Monday. Dr. Jno.Herds who hnvo been wife nnd family er Bereft Printing School BEREA KV. Houses to Rent To those who have children to ado cate and wish to ratlda In Baraa foi a longer er shorter lima to anjoy Hi sum-thei- will leave, Monday, for Richmond, whero she has a position. protract at tho Baptist church at White Spring this week. The Rev. Andy Bashangcr of Rockcastle County Is conducting the services. A protracted meeting wilt commence at tho Christian church at Cave Springs on the 2nd of Nov. Tho Rev. Jas. Lunsford will con duct the services. Miss Olllc Hat field who Is teaching at Cave Springs visited homo folks CLOVKH UOTTOM Cloer Bottom, Oct. H A cd meeting Is being held at Kerby Knob Settle's and Haley's Big Store Groceries. See visiting at Travelers Rest and Sturemail, some of them partly furnished, geon havo returned home. John Rtu-nIjw who has been dangerously U rent en reaeonabls terms. Addrea the with typhoid feer Is now on Beckne'.l road to recovery. II. W. who has been very low is Improving. Both tho Democratic and Progress-iv- o THE COLLEGE TREASURER candldules for Congress In tlw BEREA, KY. District, hao 10th Congreoslonal paid our town n call this last week. Mr. nnd thut roiiim itiiiorsement tn mo pinttonu Mr. Stepheuson, democrat men llvo upon which the president was elected. Stafford, Progressive. Tho Is Through the action of tho senate the lu Plko County. W. M. Snnders REAL Bourne bill, looking to a parcels serv- building a nlco dwelling hoUBOontho ice nt the lowest practicable rate Main street side of tho lot, left by within a given territory, was substl Dr. S. O. Sanders .at his death. H. tuted for the houso bill with Its thit H. Rico has purchased tho houso UNDER rato provMotis. The measuro ns pa and lot known ns tho J. "M. Sebastian ed probably Is not perfect, nor should property In town for J2.OU0. lie will None Trainiag lie regarded as permanent the rates coon erect a largo business house on I experimental In certain reTho plan Berea College Many Progressive Measures spects. But wo bellevo tho principle tho southeast corner fronting Mulof the net is correct. Ono of the miwt berry St. Clay Harvey In planning to his HAS BEST OFERATTNO ROOM Important nsiecU of this measure U tear away the old building on Put In Force. Its heart ni: on tho food situation. It lot recently purchased from Sarah AND ALL MODERN APPLtANCM will give consumers nnd producers a Trcadwny on Main St. and erect a roR CARE or a uurraD nttmbbr new medium of direct contact The hotel and livery itablo on It. T. THE WHCLE PEOPLE SERVED. Interstate commerce commission's nil Fuller, Cachler of tho Owsley County Or PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREAT lngs respecting tho express companies Deposit Bank, has purchased propWENT OREATLT INCREASES FRO also make eclal account of this proberty In Lexington and moted hla PECTS lem. The express companies are reOr RECOVERY. Express Companies Compdlsd to Re quired to order their business In siuii family there. Ho still holds his town due Rattt, Parctli Poit Law a manner hh to glvo quicker service property hero and gives his perRates Oa Dollar a 4ay aa4 and Othtr Notabla Prograaiiva and lower rates on food products. sonal attention to tho bank 'which Is Policial Mada Effaetiva by Taft Bob for Kempt payaeat raqlr4 OwsIt Is recognized by all economic in- doing a splendid business. Thn Without Boaating and Nolaa. vestigators that one of the greater ley County Fiscal Court convened las. rer farther particulars a44rM problems related to the cost of living Tuesday and was In session two Dispassionate Judges will accord to la that which has to do with the sys- days. the Taft administration the credit of tem of distribution. Express reform THE BEREA HOSPITAL putting In force more measures of u and tho parcels post will bo of great GARRARD COUNTY positively progressive character than value In promoting prompter nnd BEREA, KY. FAINT LICK. any other administration alnco the cheaper distribution of food products Paint Lick, Oct 7. Mr. and Mrs. civil war. Not only have such meas- especially, nnd at tbo same time the Illiures been numerous, but they bine scope of these measures is so compre- Bodo Day have returned from bought BEREA MARKETS hensive as to apply to all classes of nois. Wes. VanWlnklc has been of great and farrcachlng ImporProduction, too, should Mr. Turner's farm, known as tho tance. President Taft has labored in merchandise. Butter, 20c per pound. Chris-tln- b defatlgably to servo tho wholo people, be greatly stimulated by the Influence Davo McCollum place. Mlns Eggs, 22c per doten. thus Invoked. tin Ashcr gave a party to and by means of bis broad experience VEGETABLES Wo do uot say that President Taft and rare Judicial mind and having nt deserves the sole credit for these de- young pcoplo last Saturday night. Irish potatoes, COc per bu. guest of his command legal talent of the high' partures, but we cite them as feature 'Miss Alllo Blanton Is the Sweet potatoes 75c per bu. her sister. Mrs. O. L. Gnbbard, this est order he has put his progressive of an administration that somo person per pound. Cabbage, week. Rev. Wm. Baker, son of J. policies one after another Into valid would hare ut believe Is nonprogres POULTRY: visiting him, and practical legislation. This bit" slve. when In reality thry form n log A. Baker, who has been Chickens, fryers, 10c per pound. been done without boasting and noise. ical part of a great progressive epoch, has returned to Ohio. Thomson BakHens, 9c, per pound. Roosters Us Whether vindicated or not at the com which oMied with the Inauguration of er Is visiting his father, J. A. Dakar. FRUITS: Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Soicr were Mr. Taft and which, in the peopleV ing election. Mr. Tnft's work will stand Apples, COc per bu. Pears $1 p?r consense, will a chapter of achievement as bril patriotism uud good more years be the the guests of his sister, Mrs. Addle bu. of tinued during four Mrs. Conley Gentry, last Sunday. liant as It is meritorious. same coumgeous nnd able leadership. Jennings Is very 111 at this writing. CLOUR, MEAL, ETC. We wish at this time to invito atten Best grade $3.20 per hundred. W' Mrs. Suslo Holcomh and Miss Hml-l- y tion to two speclflc features of gov por bu. Meal, Workara. Mora Work Than Ren fro were tho guests of Mrs. ernmental progress. One consists uf To the Editor of Tho World: Wheat bran, $1.40 per hundred. Andy Rcnfro on Copicr Creek hist the Interstate commerce commission'- I havo read your paper for about (If Wheat, $1 per bushel. Rogers nnd son Investigation of the express compii teen years und during that time I haw Sunday night. W. P. Corn 95c per bushel. and daughter, William and Katherinc, nles. resulting In tho recent report or always found It very much on tho let Oats, 60c iwr bushel. derlng the companies to reduce ratex el, but Just now I don't agree with wero tho guests of Geo. Rogers from Hay, 60c per hundred. W, and Institute sweeping reforms In varl you on Wilson. I am a Republican. last Thursday until Saturday. 'Mrs. Cattle, 3 to Co por lb. ous directions. The other Is the en and have been for more than fifteen P. Rogers was tho guest of her son, Calves, 5 to Cc per pound. actmeot of tho Bourne parcels peat bill, years, so I urn for Taft always. I will Wllso, of Paint Lick last Sunday and Hogs, 7K to 8c per pound. one of the most useful measures ever answer why by taking up your adver- Sunday night. Mr. and Mra. Jnmca Sheep, 2 4 to 3, 3 2 per lb. put In force in this country under nnj tising sheet uf Sunday, Sept 20. i Hyatt of Missouri aro visiting relaadministration. These two reform, Lambs, i to 6c per pound. That's the answer. Can you or Mr tives and friends at tills place. taken In connection, will exert a pow Wilson tell ine. If be Is elected, whelh Hides, dry 15c per lb., green, 10c The Ladles' Missionary Society meets erful InUuenco for a reduction of er you will havo inoro pages of help at the Wallaceton Baptist church noxt of living. wanted advertisements than you hud CINCINNATI MARKETS Mr. Taft has been In complete sym on that day.? Eight pages of hcl Thursday week at 2 p. in. All ths pathy with tho Interstate commem- - wunted. female and male, nnd a little ladles and girls aro Invited to atButter 27c por lb. commission's Inquiry Into the cxprexx two and one-hapages of situations tend theso meetings. Eggs, 22c per doz. business, a process consistent In all rt' wanted, male and female! Don't you VEGETABLES: , ESTILL COUNTY spects with tho administration's geii think thut means something? Buxl Irish potatoes, 2.002.25 barrel. LOCUST IIHAM'II eral policy of compelling big corponi ness must be good In this little city. Sweet potatoes 2.00 2.25. tlons to square themselves with the Will It be better If Wilson is elected? Branch, Oct It Locust Tho taw and the public Interest. Some or I know It won't be nearly as good und weather is very warm and dry here. FRUITS: Apples, fancy packed, 2.2502.50 per the more powerful corporations do not you don't wnnt to know it Rain la needed very badly as tho barrel. like that policy, but tbo public ought n. O. RODDER. dust Is almost unbearable. Tho llav. POULTRY: f to Indorse It. The enactment of a par New York, Oct 1. cels post Inw brings to fruition, a jdnii -- New York World (Dem.), Oct 2. Lunsford will preach hero tho second Springers (1 2 lbs and over) 15c Saturday and Sunday In tills month. pound. Heno, 14c. Roosters, 7c, Quito a number of people from Turkeys, hens, 16 3 c lb., toms, this place were In Richmond, Monday. 16 GO TO geeso Sc lb., Ducks, 10c Tb young folks of. this commun lb., Young guineas 4.0005.00 doz. ity gavo a box supper at tho Dlck-pe- ll CATTLE, HOGS, ETC. houso school last Saturday Cattio, 6.258. Everybody night reported. a nlco Calves, 8.00O10.25. Mrs. 8, U. Kelly, who has been time. at Big Hill, Kjr. I logs 8.2508.50. at the point of death, Is some betPigs (110 lbs. and less) 4.0007.50. See It Jam Full of Nice Dry Goods, Notions, tor, Tho people aro very busy makSheep 2.85 03.35. ing up their sorghum this week I Hardware, Tinware, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Lambs 4.25 06.25. and aro doing lots of hauling while Corn 75c per bu. and All Kinds of Caps, Flour, Meal, Lard the roads are In good condition. Wheat 95c per bu. CoutluucU on Prices! ul ducatlonal advantages, the Collegi has a number of houses, large n PROGRESS THE TAFT. Berea Hospital Sckl i En-act- 2c A. 1- -1 3-- tin-co- lf c, their Very Low Pfr Plte Hay, 15.00 iter ton.