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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 19, 1912 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1912 cit1912121901_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 19, 1912 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t:t.MPIJEI)EA BER.EA PUBLISHING CO. J. INCOItt'OIIATKIIJ P. FAULKNER, Manager KY Knlertd nt tt Joi efct fi( llnra, pi A'v fftmul flam ad rviirr. Devoted to til Interests of tlie Mountain People Fivo ciMitn a The Citizen BEKEA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, DKCEMHEfl 10, 1012 Knowledge is power and the to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. way Vol. XIV. copy. One Dollar n yenr. No. 25 Meet Me Berea Election is over. Let us now attend to our family affairs. Are you called father? What are you doing to give your children the best start? Does it pay to teach children to read and then let them forget it because they have nothing at home to read ? Misfortune keeps some men down, but itismoreof-te- n thoughtlessness or laziness. (Thoughtlessness is a kind of laziness). Winter is a happy time for the family whose house is chinked, that has raised good crops, provided a cabinet organ and a shelf of books, and a newspaper. The whole family can well afford to go without a heap of things in order that a brother or sister may get a start in education. A New Year is Coming! LET US DO SOMETHING IN 1913I Jan. 1 1913 The good Lord is going to let most of us see the light of a New Year. He desires that it shall be our best year yet. Let us not get right up to New Year's Day without some thinking and praying. It is not the things a man has been through that make him wise, but the things he has thought over. And it is not the things a man knows that make him happy unless he acts. Let us have some good resolutions for 1913, and by God's help live up to them. TWOILETTERS FROM 711 II UNITED STATES NEWS ' 111 WORLD NEWS PRES. FROST not wako u" t0 th0 vnlu0 HUM 1UI W1C11 f an rduca- - ' .'. . TT- - f mill To Fathers and Mothers With best wishes, faithfully yours, Wm. G. Frost. Friends: You and I have something wo are Letter No. 2. To Young People both Interested In, and that Is our children. lly Dear Young Friends: Every senslblo father and mother years When a boy or girl Is 15 tries In tho first placo to leach bis ot ho or she may bo admitted to lor her chlldrta all the good things school at Derea, provided they brlnG tho parent knows to give them good n testimonial that they arc In good principles, and to train them for skill In such work as tho parent under stands. n Our next duty Is to have our get all they can out of tho I. My Dear I chll-dic- Letter No. IUI1UIVM. Reading The Citizen Are You OUR a Subscriber? This week wo are pleading tht higher cause of the boys and git Is. Tho nbovo picture shows the welWo are urging tho parents to give come given Tho Citizen, we trust, In their children school advantages beevery homo to which It go?s. Week fore It Is too lato. Wo are setting after week we try U minister to tho forth especially tho great opportuniwants of our readers, giving them tho ties offered them at Derea. On every anil page, then, will ho found some artinews that la true In condensed readable form nml touching, as well, cle dealing with somo phase of school all tho other Interests of tho faintly. life, and a plea for tho boys and girls to tako advnntago of that iartlculiir lino of work If It appeals to them, CONTENTS M THIS ISSUE Noxt week will bo our Christmas PAGE ONE number, and It Is our aim to Issue editorials tho naiier on Tuesday the day Nfaws of tho Week, Christmas. letters of I'reslilent Frost. Look out for Santa Claus! ' C0LLE6E ISSUE be-fa- ro PAOB TWO. Editorials. Tho Now American. PAGE THREE Sunday School Lesson. Sloyd or Manual Training. Our Teachers' Department. Hand Weaving an Art Worth While. Normal Training for Hurul Teachers. PAGE FOUR Locals. Homo Science for PAGE Tho Berea Idea of PAGE Kentucky FIVE Success. SIX Girls. HAVE YOU MADE SURE OF freo school. And beyond this It should bo our aim to havo our children get some education at a good school anny from homo. This going away from homo to school helps In man ways bosld's what tho young people learn In Looks. They learn how to manage themselves, how to get on with other people, and get Btarted in new Ideas. You havo certainly soon tho Improvement In tho boys nml girls who havo been at Derea even for a few months. Now Horca Collego and Its five affiliated departments, Is devoted to tho work of helping parents get their children well statted In life, and particularly tho parents of rural districts and tho mountains. plain Tho Collego believes that and simple living Is best for all young people and greatly desires t President Wm. G. Frost make tho best education possible to make everv noor man's child. Wo great efforts to keep down cxpons s, . health, and have a good character. Now sometime, between 15 and .JO and expect thoso who really desire has ready to make great I supposo every young person education to tie somo thoughts about what they will efforts In their own behalf. Wo cannot guarantee that every bo and do In tho world. A great many, however, drift nL'n; student will do well at lierca, but wo know that 99 out of a 100 do do and never do anything according t well, and wo hope your child will bo any plan, and pretty soon they tint themselves middle aged folks, with ono of the 99. no great Joy or success In life, and So I ask you to rend with care on page seven of this num- no longer any chanco to Improve. Our young days are llko tho nioiitln ber of Tho Citizen and see if you cannot get somo share In the large of spring wo must make a garden benefits which lierca Is distributing. and put In crops then or never! 1 am often surprised to seo people Now I havo In tho last week talked coming from distant states to Derea with some 200 young men and young while somo who live quite near us do Contiuunl on uge five President Elect Returns from VacEnationMr. Taft to Join the Yale Fac- Ambassador Reld Dies Peace ultyParcels Post Will Carry Eggs voys. AMBASSADOR REID DIES IN Helen Gould Soon to Marry The "Unspeakable" LONDON Blease Fire In Cincinnati The Aliens Disposed of. Whltelaw Held, Ambassador of tho United States to Great Britain, died WILSON BACK FROM VACATION In London, Sunday, about noon of President Elect Wilson returned to some asthmatic trouble. '.Mr. Held New York, Monday, from Ilennuda had only been sick for a few days where ho has been with hlj family, but it was known that his condition the last month, seeking rest. Ho Is was serious. Funeral services will be said to bo In perfect health and ready held both In London and New York, for his arduous duties. tho Ambassador being brought to this country, of course, for Interment. TAFT TO TEACH LAW A report from Washington,' tho 12th It Is said at Washington that Pres. Inst., states that President Taft has "Rift will not appoint a successor but agreed to occupy the chair ol law at will leave tho place vacant until the Yale University, beginning Sept. 1913. new administration takes charge, Previous to this he will spend some when President Wilson will appoint. time In Georgia, making his summer PEACE ENVOYS homo In Now Knelnnd. hnwpver. Af- The iieace envoys held their first ter a year at New Haven he expscts meeting In London, Monday. Nothing to niakeji trip around the world and was uono except 10 agree upon me will deliver lectures In several formethods of procedure. Sir Edward eign countries. Gray, the English foreign secretary, Introduced tho contending parties and A GOVERNMENT EXPERIMENT To test the possibility of tho Par- assured them of the good will of tho English government In their negoticels Post a3 a carrier, the Post Office Dept. shipped, by mall, a carton ations. of eggs from Oklahoma City to Wash ington last week a distance of 1,500 miles. Tho package was received by tho Postmaster General In good shape. It should bo said that It was mark ed merchandise and therefore did not receive any special attention. HELEN GOULD ENGAGED Announcement of the engagement i f MIes Helen Gould, the philanthropist, of New York, to FInley J. Shepherd, a prominent lallrcad man of St. Louis was made, Sunday. Tho announcement was inado from tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. George Gould, and Is said to bo very pleasing to the family. Miss Gould and 'Mr. Shepherd have only known each other since last At tho meeting, Tuesday, tho Turkish envoys entered a protest against the Greek Envoys Inasmuch as the Greeks have not signed tho armistice and aro still at a state of war with Turkey. It Is feared that .the negotiations the allies have agreed to stand together on all points, and they insist that Turkey give up all her possessions In Europe except Constantinople and environs extending to the Chatalaja line of forts. It Is feared that tho negotatlons will bo fruitless, and already there aro rumors of meditation by some foreign power. Tho United Statis government is favorably spoken cf. BEREA'S GREAT WHITE WAY Berea's tho new mado to 100 boys TW. baW year. will bo remembered that Gould once visited lierca and a handsome gift. It I Miss made I j THE "UNSPEAKABLE" 1) LEASE Gov. Bleaso of South Carolina Just-jl- y earned tho title of tho "unspeak-lblo- " t Uio Governors' Conference last week, when ho denounced tho constitution of the United States und reiterated his declaration that mobs aro Justifiable and that no one mob-- i blng a negro In South Carolina need expect to bo prosecuted. th It Is pleasant to say that Governors of the Conference repudiated his sentiments and the press of tho Union In general denounces him. (ConllnuH on Fourth I'c) . Great White Way will bo electric lighted walk being where 'Alt. Vernon Street aro to live this winter. A TON BOARDERS GAIN show Somewhat careful statistics that tho students at the Boarding Hall this fall have gained about one ton In weight, which speaks well for tho management. Little Hope for the Timid. who are so afraid of doing foolish things that they lack courage to attempt wise ones will never do much. Men YOUR ROOM? BfflCKOLLEt- - IN It makrs all tho difference In the world whether you have a room engaged or not. No room Is engaged unless there Is n dollar deposit for It. hist If you left a dollar deposit spring, that will do provided you write nml tell us you are coming. If you do not write wo do not know whether you aro coming and can reserve no room. Wo aie now buying beds and bedding and must know how many to provide for. lto sure to tell nny friend who Is coining not to full to send a dollar at once so us to make sure of a room when ho or she arrives. Tli ere will be a big crowd, und u Jolly onol OUfljn STATE Commission Government to Go Into Effect State Back In S. I. A. A. Winchester's Mayor Fights forPlace Scheme to Settle Tax Muddle Pulaski In Dry Column. Serial Story. Olvo tho Hoy a Chance. PAOE 8EVEN sdlifeft4'-ffls"-'jf- fii WW i ' Intemlre Farming What Can You I)oT Call for Trained Printers. PAGE K1QHT Eastern Kentucky News. How Wo Teach Girls to Sew. .TS t Is ARCHITECT Girls Coming For the Winter Term, This Beautiful New Building For You COMMISSION GOVERNMENT FOR LEXINGTON The Commission form of government for tho city of Lexington will go Into effect the first of January. The present Board of Aldermen held its last meeting tho night of the 12th, and adjourned after transacting some routlue business, the members exchanging many felicitations. STATE Tho Stato University, which had in been debarred from membership Continued on pge filve Page Two. GE THE CITIZEN December 19, 1912. The Citizen A leg Stu slbl family newspsper for all that la rlfht, true and Interesting. puMMinl every Thurwlay at fitrra, Kjr. not fori T BEREA PUBLlSUINGCO. J, P. Faulkner, (Inrorpnrnte.1) Editor and Manager. IN ADVANCH has last to ' com bull so )cd (Conducted Subscription Hates One Year SI l Month Three Month Ii.no 6 by lh National Woman'i Clirlattan Tempernnca Union.) WHO PAYS THE SALOON TAX? jj in a shot acc ber to 1 SllOU One Hon suro shall wer rur years of this kind of Rtudy nnd hnr,lshIl ho cnUrt.(, colk.K0 pi.n,,nB four moro ti")inB bard during . 1110 Bcno' ,lnr' worK.,c in n,o sum-to- o his graduation from college, his sal tax. mer and borrowing tho iiionev ho need ary had been raised month by month Have you seen 111 kept, unkempt eJ ,0 completO his courSf. 'until Instead of getting thirty do!- - children roving the streets, their menKKNTUCKY TRUSS ASSOCIATION. ha Jars per month, he got one hundred tal and moral degradation pictured mimcuiateiy after graduation up to be yfRf faces, growing l ' a lrso city bank (dollars per month. lL; 1,1 LIQUOR MAGNATES ROAR ;"nr' thnu many district ' That young tunn totlay hns bnd j.ro charge on society, and perhaps a men-ax- e to It, Instead of becoming, aa God BcUwl teachers In Kentucky rec-K- c motion nfter promotion In his chosen Gov. McCreary a few daya npo np- thirty dollars per month. Tills field nnd Is ono of the cushion of Intended them to become, a moral and fliii utltifntl Jn1nrtn(.i(i In riiiirnniliil economic asset to the yuug man witn ills training waa jiut one of tho largest brinks. In nn east- - Theso children aro paying community? tho saloon t.vnTiiobf ot nti on Lfiiinnn ! won; in ono 01 me large tleparl- "rmeeting which comenes this to ,,' tax. lcaguo nients of the bank when1 routlno week In Washington, and tho saloon w. rk wns tho only thing required. BAKER'S MESSAGE TO YOUTH up in nrms. torces ot tue siaio aro From tho ttart ho began to nuike n Tho liquor organization is Issuing a study of the work In that department , Noted Daseball Player Doea Not bulletin, and sending It throughout nowl "'S'". Drink or Smoke and Advises Ooya l ro, tlle "tand-iKilthen of firm and In ono month when some one wns country, declaring that the Btatc tho Want to bo more svstcmatlc In busl-- ' BBBBBHaaalSBaBBBBBBBWV ? to Follow Example. needed In another department of is not in sympathy with thu governor ness. more useful to your friends. success wo readily sec that an ducathat bank It: which a complete know- - j tlon pays. .Many of theso men m klnder to every one? Begin now. In his action. Offenso is taken, beJ. Franklin linker, tho man whose , Want to quit your bad habits, .pay doubt had to borrow tho money to K'dgo of the department In whl cause, as Is alleged, tho state Is exhomo runs won tho 1911 world's chamyour bills more promptly, make better pay for their schooling, but today this young man started was iwssary, n pionship for tho Athletics, would be pressing its approval of tho !. got tho place nnd with It a ralso d astoulshed If bn waa spoken of aa a Leugue in ths nppolntment of use of the chances that come your their earninr: ranacltv and Incr-n1,1 9a,!lr Njt lonS a't'T. because of way? negln now. creat teacher Yet ho recently utsalarle8 have brought thiii big dlvi- those delegates. Lash your lazy soul to liveliness. tered a creat truth which ahould be .inn.iK nn nmnev tiinv in niE trained mind, ho saw wh ri t!r might bo asked, "Why should It .., l ,he cpted time. Today Impressed ujkhi tho mind of every .'. methods and system in this d part- aaBBBBBBaW r ,., A,.ti. . To(lay lhlr trnlnln boy In the United States. Here Is ul.l be Improve,!, saving tin,.. ah7 J Lcobuot" A young man I know was making a "Knt Saloon what tho great popular hero of the BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV' er- - small salary. a dollar a day. or nnd money for the bank. The rashler. BIBBBBbW i . Upon what real grounds can the uftnien your ncart nma9i American small boy has to say: when he learned of the plan, miw at 'aaBBBBBBBB aaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV perhaps less, hen the ilVre wm "Model License League baso nn objec- "1 don't drink or smoke. Never did Wipe "mannnn" off your lexicon. once Its worth. It was put In it drink or smoke. If any youngstor Let the children follow to find the to him to get an education and tlon, or what public service can and found 10 accomplish Just what wants advice from ono who docsnt what patriotic or humanitarian ' end of the rainbow. You are a grown- - (crease his ability and earning It wculd and this young man mean to preach, there It la. Leave can It set forth, as a reason "P- Your task Is cut out for you. Go city at the same time. ll. had tin Secretary Morton clgarcta or tobacco In any form alone, very llttlo schooling but lit? stud' d was put at the hrnd of that depa.t why it should bo shown a like favor to it! and don't touch 'booze,' now or at any one year lift- r There never was such a thing ns 'at night for a while and finally w ut ment Ily trxt Jim or not discriminated against? time It's tho usual advice and don't A business some diiy nml never will be. There Is Tho presumption of it' e.n city with u salary many lluus carry much weight aa a rule, but comonly today whoso every tendency Is destructive t larger than ho cut could have hop- ing from a ball player perhaps It may d morals, to manhood and womanhood mean a little more to the American ed to receive without having I have been driven many times to to everything good and enobiinB tlar- for tho elgut years that It lour, kids." Ing to dictate terms to the head of my knees by the overwhelming con lillu to gel thru hU prcpuiutory utid vlctlon that I had no where else to ho government! GREATEST NEED OF CENTURY I collego courue. Toduy ho rcehea go. aoranam Lincoln. largo dividends ou his Investment In BOARD OF HEALTH STILL AFTER thu wuy of a eplciidid uulury and a New Occasions Ttach New Duties, Instead of being made, make yourSays Rev. Frank Gunsaulus, Talkposition of honor and rcptct lu tho Madison County's Representative, L. self. Horbert Spencer. ing of Liquor Question. " community In which ho Uvea, conspl-clou- s I). Herringtou, mado himself They aro slaves who fear to speak j In every lino of buslaess today tni in tea Legislature last winter God give u a Webster who ahall ao For the fallen and tho weak. I by his attack uiwn the State Ikiard call Is for tho trained man, uud tho Interpret the Constitution that It may They aro slaves who daro not bo man with training has a big advance be a coign of vantage in the natlon'a of Health. As a result of that attack, In tho right with two or three. over other competitors, whttiicr ho U fight against the villainy of that slavan Investigation was held, which did Lowell, ery which unites the saloon and the not show that tho State Uoard had cx pruiarlug for work lu u bank, brothel against humanity and govern g farming, building, cr pended any money not accounted for. God grant also a Wendell ment! COMMISSIONER'S SALE vise. The tarslgnlcd young man rhllllpa to After tho adjournment of the Legisunderstand Ita deaperate, mid lature, the Staba Inspector of today lu tho one who realizes that bold and cunnnlng crime, to show us Sophia and Joe Walker, Plaintiffs was directed to go further inwithout training tho greatest meas- that we "cannot neutralize nitric acid vs. ure of succevs Is not to bo had. Tho with cologno water;" to look away, If to tho books of the Board, and his Belle White, Etc., Defendants. report shows also that every dollar opportunity for training Is here, uud need be. from n past triumph over Under and by virtue of a Judgment llllllllllllll was accounted for, but Intimates that lad order of sale rendered at the Oct. thu question that every young man buman piracy to thn coming and fiercsomo money may have been expended Term of tho Madison Circuit Court, or woman In tho mountains of Ken- er battle, nnd say, with the orator tucky must ask himself or herself Is, whose hundred years of purity and pafor purposes which wero not directly ju the above styled action, tho under-calle- d triotism are eloquent. In hla worda: ' Will 1 accept It?" for for by the statutes. As a result j signed MaBter Commissioner of Kild "We will not say 'farewell,' but 'all report the Madison County j coUTt V!l on Monday, Jan, Cth, Wis, of this "There Is u tide in thu affairs of hall,' welcome now duties! We aheath th Board of Health In session at Rich- at 11 o'clock a. m. in front of no aword We only turn thn front of men, mond, tho 14th, issued a sat of resoluCourt Houso door in Richmond, Ky., Which, taken at tho flood, lads the army upon a new foe!" Frank W. Qunsaulus, D. I). tions commendlug the course of Rep- sell to the highest and best blddr on to fortune; tho at Htrrington also public auction tho following resentative Omitted, all tho voyage of their THE TWO STREETS. Stato Inspector nnd Examiner, and described property: A certain tract of llfo calling upon Gov. McCreary to direct jand located on the waters of Red la bound in snallows uud lu miserHy NUnn Waterman. Big tho Attorney General to collect un Lick Creek, near the foot of ies Two lrr-- t there are In many towns, Stato Hill, In Madison County, and ndjolu-Boar- d which tho alleged $C2,3bS.18, anil And wo must tako tho currviit when InA one, one nml n fair. peace kihI cheer and abound; of Health Is claimed to have ng tho lands o! Sam Lucas on the it serves, III one. a dark deipnlr; North, Geo. Lucas on the South, Jno. improperly appropriated. In one, the limit of love la alied; Or lose our vontuns." tho In one, Krtef'n lillter tear; Wo wero under the Impression that McIIono and Moses Eastus on ' 'Tla nour offered twice; Milze, The name of on of thrsa atreeti la Slilrtl tho Stato Board of Health, until tho East, and Beroa College and llrenil. then, thu hour 52 The rutine of (tie other Is lleer. last year or two, only had about $3, Baker, on tho West, containing When fortune smiles, und duty it acres moro or less, 000.00 n year to appropriate, and y In llrenil ttreet tlirre men. points tho way; TERMS: Said land will be sold on arid wlvea, would uccni that It might bo well fchrluk asldo to 'scaio tho InAmi happy homes ilegmilnl dens. Nr ll.er atieet the go far enougb credit of Six Months time, J'urcha3 r thaftho investigation spectro fear. And ami ami hrnkeii lives; to show where tho money camo lrom. being required to execute bond with Nor pauao, though pleasure beckon In Ilreml atreet Plenty aliiKa.lier song, the Ami l.nlmr chants her rhyme. stato'a money, it should approved security, payablo to if it was tho from her bower; In Ilrer ttreet Want Is Joined with have been appropriated as directed by Commissioner, bearing 6 per cent InWrong But bravely bear theo ouward lo paid And'tdleneaa ami rrllne. law, and wo aro Incllued lo think It terest from day of sale until tho goa." was. If It was not the state's money, with Hen retained on the land until Oh. meg nml mntliera atrlve to do I. W. .Morton. possibly tho members of tho Hoard all tho purchase money Is paid. All In your power lo make Miss Atkinson and a Pupil The children ahun the one who brews II. C. Rice, M. C. W. C. C had some discretion given In tho way Ami Iruat the one ho hakes! they should uso It. always bo good, and learn to play It One. atriel there Is their fiMt should Iread. And one their fe I should fear, WHAT CAN BE DONE ON THE Wo bellevo in tho most thoro and well. A POPULAR Tim name of one of the streets Is Ureal. searching Investigations Into the conCABINET ORGAN The nmne nf the other Is Peer. You will bo asked to play the duct of all of floors and I'ubllc. officials twenty times, whero )ou will bo Redeemed Nation. but wo llko to bo assured also of usked to play the piano once. It often happens that our rich st When through lesson nnd story. the Investigatho motives back of Tho organ Is thu Instrument (f Clod's great truth concerning total ab blessings und creafst opportuult cs tions. ' the church, tho Sunday School and stluenco la dcoply Implautod In thn llo close ut hand, unnoticed or tor- . tho homo, and thoro It Is capable of brain and heart of every boy and girl, KOtten. MENTAL MIRAGES. making brighter and better the llvvu wo shall aoon reap tho hnrvost of a Tliero Is that cabinet organ stand-- ; nld uij friend, "I "Next winter." nation redeemed from tho alcoholic of thousands. Ing lu a corner in your home, un- am going to begin n course nf special llerea College offers a oompMo curae. Anna A. Cordon, noneral touched porhnps for weeks bceaua study." World'e Loyal Tomporanco Lecourso In cabinet organ, carefully plan, I knew I Kinlled. no one has learned to play It cor-- I my friend's weak W. C aaaaaaaaaaaaaaamMaaaaaaaaawsaaaaaaaaaV ited und graded to liiBuro the most gion (Children! Hrnnch of the "WRITTIM CO YOU CAN UHDIR3TAi? IT' n disposition rectly. lo prorriixtlMnti lie T. U.) rapid progress and tho most certain GREAT Continued Story o! thu lie was 1'iipiible mid lncere. hut tin It Is capable of makliu; tin homo World's Progress whidl you UUCCOKS. foninil l liu fatal liiibll of Hmtp(iu ring with wonderful music If you only Abstalnere Win. may begin reading at any time, . nd aaaaaaaaaaaP Tho department Is provided with iiieiit. at which will hold your interest forever. ' tako a llttlo time and care to ham In tho C2 mllo walking-matcheDo you remember Hie veiiemlilt w 'un abuiidanco of well arranged, beau-- . Kiel, CJurmnny, In 1908, totnl abstain how to handle It. 300 PICTUaCS 250 PASES EACH MONTH '.on In "Old CiirloHit, Shop," who al tlful music, planned to develop good era won tho first, iccond, third, fourth, Hut, says somo ono, 1 like n piano 230 ARTICLES OF GENERAL INTEREST .vii v inlked of doing llilug "tiex efficient organ players for church und eighth ond ninth place!. Moderate better. Now a word about that piano, The "Shop Notri" Dpr1mnt (20 pszn) .UIIIIIItT?" homo circled. drlnken won tho other place! up to to nialce Kivrs cay wayi to do before you allow somu agent to cury It was rluiraeleri-'llriillliiimaii. uvful articles tor home and ihop, repairs, etc Abovo all, and moro Important than tho tenth. Of tho Tl per cent, of mod1'50 for a Si many nf u live in the pert-mi-l 91 per "Am.UufM.cK.nU." (10 pages) Ml how to off your good organ, and nil, thu Instruction is the beet that erate drlnkors who entered, very cheap, poor piano. Ueforo you make Mnuon lurrmure. wirrins oum j, rxnu, Prof. Ralph nigby cent, failed to reach the goal, 73 per things a bo loves. hops of "aotne day." some awet, fu engines, magic, and all the can bo procured, buy 'a piano, be turo to write to your cent were lu tho last 26 to reach the turn day when wo sliitll have lima for fi YEAR. SINGLE COPIES 15CEMTS In planning for tho good thlnga goal; only 40 per cont. In the first 2S nearest piano tuner, and see whut ho Improvauieut, when tho rough ways your newsdealer, or Ask will charge to come to your place year or It will soon bo of no value which Ilorea College has to offer, do to reaeh the goal. Of all who entered, I writs roa rats: samplc cofy today hall b smoothud, when wo ahall U not forget tho com Be In cabinet 29 per cent, were total abstainers, and and tuno a piano. Thon remember at all, as a musical instrument. to save or to make money, when flu ULAH MECHANICS CO. that any piano, no matter how good, they furnished 60 per cent, of tho prlia Think this over and keep your good organ. we. ahall achieve some worthy and. St.. CHICAGO la W. WacMnct w Itinera. onco every organ which with ordinary care will Italph Illgby. must bo tuned at least Tills la a mentql mlriie. 1 or IdpreM Money Send money by rmt-officOrder, Draft, RegMcred letter, or one and two cent stamp The dale After lour name on label shows to what dale your Milracrlption l paid. If it la not chtn?n within three week nfler renewal notify ik. Miming number will le Rladly anpplird If we to n preparatory school where Like tliewlll-of-tho-wliiIt lures uh THE NEW AMERICAN lie a re notified. spent four years preparing hlniBclf bog nml fen nnd foul term giren to any who ohtaln new on through Liberal lutncrfptlona for in. Any one entllne; u four morass, holding us back from tbo prce-cn- l. Tho new American of tho most mic- for lllclier ahnlli-In Th yearly tutcriplinns can trceire The Cltiten free holding our hopo for tlio future, cessful tyiK) is and will be n man of lllu mlInmor ,l0 worked forliftuAcif for one year hg Advertising rates on application, training. The day of tho "Jack- - Umo tryn(; 0 Domo and wo follow on until ((j mni t,lo m Is past. There has b in The mlrnKo rises. m. ,,,, nu, wm Uw nMt urMHFR or Disillusion comes. No longer through published a very remarkable bookn8 ccolIomlcnl ng IK)8g,lu Aftt,r . ... A,,fflnn' ...... the shifting kaleidoscope of our hopes ..nit... I ..Wl.r... U'l.n In ........v.. The Downward Road What Tobacco Does for Boys Answer la Found In Tlrad Woman Leaning Over Washboard and Unkempt Children In 6treete. Did you ever see a wan, tired woman leaning over a washboard, with an expression of woo and misery on hor fnco, with clothes that betokened the extreme of poverty, and n thin, worn body that told most eloquently of the lack of nourishing food? Have you seen such a woman working her llfo away while tho man that promised to cherish nnd support her la out Indulging in tho sparkling cup of "good cheer" and complaining about the Invasion of "personal liberty" by tho 'tcmpcranco fanatic? That woman la paying the saloon ,'. rl,n'f do we see the feathery pnlm trees and facts about successful men In trm l.riilif ivnttnr nf IIia nnftf nf nnr o. 1.. .1. . iV gone, rancy, The chance Grown B klnd8 of Wl)rl Tllla book MVeals , old or too wenk for accomplish-',,,tbo fact that il.l per cent, or 1I.U.II ment. we nre without satisfaction. iwrsoiis wvrv KriiiiiiawB ' Do not wait for some day. Boinc tiny Is nn Illusion. you i or attendants at colleges or universi If tho ties. This fact alone Indicates In Tnteh. chances of the educated man making enH d or tout - nr i.fftn vn,.r la Bticcoss In the future. Think of If home writ rnnr enterprise. It will Iks no easier tomor- - !Of nil these men who have Lon con- row or the next day or some other day eldcred enough to have successful than twiny, their names In this book, this larg Do It jiercentnge, practically have been trained In tho colleges and . . .. B, f l:1ltvopultl.u nf til., rntltitrv mill .inlv WCmn,0tBCtnnyWhCr have boen of ta,ng .7 1 11 itr- three-fourth- ( lnnt 1 Anti-Saloo- s .,, invr-Kt-- .i I J h"... t u-- cnj.it-motiv- e 1 Kicrl-ricv- ichool-teachin- g, uuy-thin- er , j 4 nra-tiua- j ' cr-g- siaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB 'VaaitfB Popular Mechanics Magazine A I , aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW I JB I s Hun-ho- w y A December to, 1912. SLOYD OR MANUAL TRAINING THE CITIZEN. And finally to quoto Hoffman, NORMAL "Sloyd tins for Its alms, ns a means of TRAINING FOR RURAL formal Instruction to Instill alovo for TEACHER Conducted byProf. Charles D. Lewis work In general; to creato a resect al training menus niul for honest, bodily labor; to develop hast year only nlno percent of tho Sloyd menna dexterity ot Bklll of tho Arc You Afraid? nnd Independence; to rural school teachers In Kentucky,' hand It Is easy to boo Hint tho two train to hablta of order, exactness, Introductory Note I nm suro that Ictlil recelvo criticism but, feeling taught whero they had taught before. may bo used Interchangeably. The cleanliness and neatness; to t'nch SaBBBBBBBBBT WiaiBBBBBBBBBBBBB tho readers of .tho Teachers Depart- - satisfied that I am In tho right, I That means that ninety one out of ' f hablta of attention, Industry nnd method of presenting this form SBBBBBBBBBBlr 'ttjaaiBBBBBBBBBBBBBa each hundred taught in new districts, mcnt will bo glad to havo the artlclu do not lot theso trifles worry me. education va.'lon with dlff'T.Mit coun to promoto tho develop, Wo must not fear the storm of criti under new and strnngo conditions: tries, and also bears different names. mcnt of tho physical power; to trnln that follows from a teacher of Ows-lo- y ffltlll 9rf tit., .una, County, and will recognize that cism thnt is apt to arl3o when In France, tho Rallas; In Sweden, tho tho eyo to tho sen so of form and to It Is drnwn from nn oxporlcnco which arc Introducing some new method. wcro mcro experiments. It Is readily Sloyd, In America, tho 'Manual Train cultlvnto tho dexterity of tho hand." Is a common one. This fact only goes No great work has been accomplish- seen that a great loss In efficiency Ing. Sloyd nlms at Individual work, I must ed without more or less criticism. both to teacher nnd schools Tho word Sloyd Is derived from tho thereby giving tho student tho vain-abt- o to Increase to Importance, howover. I Kvery school district needs a Olvo tho method a fair trial, and If bo tho result of such a condition. Icelandic (spelled 8oJd) and means Information of seeing tho model What tho explanation of fearless fight It proves doxtcrlly or skill. grw from rough board nt first to n teacher whohoIs believes In tho right. Though satisfactory, hold on to It. wholesnto Is shifting from place th.s to to be tho parent does object to halIts aim I3 to ho a truo factor In finished product nnd a thing of beau- - for what Kvcry community needs a furmer who ing his child taught tho new mcllijd placo? It must bo that either tho , ny exercising pumic education, a tv ftVir ltiatnnw n li.t. ,iinL-i.i- n ntmlr willing to becomo a leader In an wo should not yield for wo will gain teacher does not suit the position or , Ho makes a rough draft, n bill of unpopular causo that Is for tho up- -. his good will In tho end. Wo must tho position does not suit tho teacher. stock, ho cuts It, saws It, plains It, building of I nm persuaded tho neighborhood, that the fault in and do what we think best for tho child, Band 3 It, and finally stains nnd varntho main lies with tho tencher. For, (will fight with such vigor, Intelligent) not what somebody cUo thinks. ishes It. Thus ho has followed It thru nnd tact that ho makes It tho popu StipoHu a parent brings his child nfter nil, tho district Is largely what In several steps that aro Included lar demand of nn enlightened citizento school with n new third reader, tho teacher chooses to make It. if l Its evolution from tho cruda to the ship. Jl'ho world Is held back by fear and Informs tho teacher that his boy his Influence Is not felt throughout finished product. Knch step Is u volti- - on tho part of those who might lead, 1.4 now ready for It. lie finished his tho community, nnd If definite results alilo 0110 In his own progress. a cringing spirit In the hinru of second render last year, went tin u do not follow In tho form of bettor Mr. Wm. C. Hunt Tlicn too ho Is held to rigid exact those who should sound tho call of It threo times. Ho also Informs you social conditions, better modes of Hv- ness, both as to measurements and battle for progress. that John did not have a fair chanco ing and a higher moral standard, tho teacher whose knowledge workmanship. He Is told thnt n mod conC. I). L. last year. Tho hcholars were mean then ho has failed, utterly, whatever sists In el must bo to long, so wide, and so these loosely connected facts, One of tho most to him, the teacher would not punish his class room record may show. dlsacrccnbl'i which barely sorve hlin until tho exthick. If any thing shoit of this Is Instead of such a teacher movlne aminations ni-- over nnd then found In tho finished piece, It should t!'.ln.K!' tlmt n lccl' r has to bear Is tho other boys. Mr. Noah May vory IKJrson, whoever he bo mado over luit as a lesson should crlcl8,- After tho father goes nwny John Is ion to a now district ho should move of a lack of depth wither away. thu called nround to recite. Ho Is told j oul or 1,10 Profession altogether, it bo assigned a second time, only thu ,may Iw Is apt to como unde Now the Normal Deportment of systematic Inlluencu for good upon error Is moro graphically told' In seems to mo to read les3on XIX, but hC fall3 j ""V b0 truo tlm'. "" who fights anil College, does not wish to dispartho ",,S,"K of crltlcIsl' tho minds and charactera of tho tcacber ure,ir K;t8 his completely. He can read the first i runs nwav will llvo to fight another age' teachers certificates. On the conmodel, but may never bo noticed In it mt making them more fit to capo the But ho who teaches nnd runs trary It keeps constantly in mind the " are. lesson, however know b every word l imwnnu nt loQumi I'MHntr with tho difficulties of llfo and help 1"";m, ns 11 ruie, aro criticised by Heart. Then you hand him a sec- " ""i wormy to teacn another fact that these conditions must bo This striving to Ilvo up to an ideal Uiern to bj honorablo members of "" met and the examinations passed has in ifrcrt mi tlm iifi. nt tin. in. ! uiv Know ns ior onu reader ami no ra is in it also. society. Ily experiment nnd observaLet us sec why this Inefficiency ex 01 l"ey ao nct know- - ,Jut "'I ' In fact ho would be a poor student dividual. It comes at tho formative I Its students can carry back to tion It Is found that mnnual work period of child llfo when a co,,,m0 fal""S c ahould bear In the lowest class. What are S'ou ists on tho nart of so Uluj rural their respectlvo districts tho know- the habits develops character, mind and boly. Is It because of a lack of ledge gained here. Uut In addition t "mllo when tiny going to do with him? Ho has his aro being formed and tho mind is not 11 " ',a"enly When wo speak of sloyd wo do not plastic. To do things correctly and ' f'1 llk0 'nw"l"W. new third render; ho can read tip Interest, enthusiasm and good lntcn theso text book facts, which aro good, ,,ow """V tellers have failed to first two lessons like a whirlwind, Hons; or Is It a lack In ability to tho department mean a placo to mako meclumlcM. Wo pronerly Is not koIiic without Its re- irooses to give somemean tho ramo broad prlnclplo tint suits In nfter life. TO deal with beauty ,l0 thcr Il,ty for fl'ar of criticism, It and his father has already told .you 'carry theso Into effect? I bellevo that thing that Is vastly better, that Is, underlies all educational Hystcms, o tell, but I his abllltlca. There are only two tho fault Is In tho "head und not tho tho power to "think" In terms of of form nnd construction nnd a sen! wo"1'1 bo tho making of Intelligent citizens. of exactness will make us more mm quite suro thnt tho schools nru things that you can do, one Is to let wart, lno rural teachers as a class theso facts. Kurtherme.ro Its students far from what they should be on this him stny In tho third reader and bo jdeslro to do more than draw their recelvo careful Instruction In methSloyd has for Its first object the beautiful and rollabla In character. Account. Many ycung teachers, ns well a drag to the class; tho other Is to lT- - But many of them have mado ods of teaching, organization of the Indirect pruiuirat!o:i for life by ImMny. Noah older one3 hae laid some good j do your duty nn.l put him back where j the inismko In supposing that their cchool, classification of students nnd parting a general dexterity to thu theory asldo when the word of criti ho belungs. It will be fnr better for battles were all won when their general administration. And yot this hand, causing It to ho mi obedient KIND OF CHAMPION WE LIKE cism reached the ears. him, for you, nnd for the school to certificates were secured. They fall- - is not all. There arc the practice servant of tho brain. Hence we say In my first school I naked the do the latter. What matter If his 'd to havo a vision whlch reached be- - teaching classes, free Instruction In Munus et mens hand and mind worl.- Ing In harmony. It may l all right to be the world's tllnln"nn of Uic board what he thot father docs rave and heap abuse upan yiid theso formal requirement to tho music, tliu use of the largest Colllttlo ono room school house filled lege Library in tho state, splendid Its Becond object Is to dew-lothe boxing chnmpkn, but certainly to be or mo new method of teaching Head- - your head. for the lecture courses, tho model Sunday Whnt aro you going to do ab:ut with eager minds ready mental faculties by regulating every tho world's champion cow Is much Ing tho word method, sentence nnd word and sentence combined. 'golden touch' of the teacher. Ho tho superstitious idea that the majorstep In tho child's moro profitable. School, and tho Inestimable It Klu-value Hero Is a condition sufficient to tax that comes to cuo from being associatof ity of old folk bellevo In? You can Tho new champion In this line for replied Hint ho knew nothing a practical direction to mental and lliyslcal activity. this year Is Crcmcllo Vale of Massa- theso now upstart methods, and thnt not change tho belief of an old man tbo Ingenuity of the wisest head. And ed with teachers and students from who undertook nnythlug nnd mako him think that the sun yet how strangn that this all over thirty state's nnd many foreign Its third Is to Intensify or excite chusetts. Sho Id thu Holstcln breed a view of the field should bo countries. but tho Intentlvo faculties by making ob- and made tho remarkable record e.f llko that In his school need never dors not go around tho enrth, 'r jects directly connected with theo- 29,653.4 pounds of milk. Tho record Is apply to him for a school again. 1 jou can teach the children to know overlooked by tho Wo still have room for a few more retical Btudleg. Tho commonly accept- utrengthened by tho fact that hp was bluffed on the ground floeir. As and realize that day and night aro who has visions only of a certificate, ambitious young men and women who n conwquenco In my first school which ho regards as an end and not deslro to bo among the nlno per cent I caused by the rotation of the earth. ed statements become more vital also has tho largest butter produc taught tho A. II. C. method. a pretty You cannot mako an old man change a means. when directly related to constructive ing record. of rural teachers who aro askeel to Becauso of this condition he go?s remain year after year In the same Mens. Itook studies urn more real Kven better results mny bo expect- - CM"1 ,llethod after all. I had planned his Idea that you must plant, bow, onlv district. rflm Rrhnol" whnan when tho principle set forth may be ed of her In the future, It Is said, as great things by tho new methods for reap and kill at certain phases of the in thn this school but tho threat of the moon. Uut you can teach and demon- motlvo is to Inject a sufficient number But tho "ninety and one" who go made tangible. cho was nn easy winner this year. to trustee settled tho matter. astray strate to the children thnt theso old of facts into tho student's mind Slnco my first school I hnvo tried fogy Ideas aro groundless. enable him to pass the County examWe hope will sometime bo asked Jesus saw Jerusalem and beyond (bat several methods, many with good sucto stny. Let us all do our duty In these mat ination. Calvary, and as steadfast as a flint cess. Whnt then could be expected of After giving several methods a ters and I am mire tlmo will show Wm. Carl Hunt. "he set his faco to go to Jerusalem." I hav-- j concluded thnt for thnt we havo fought a good fight. All of redemption, all of Pentecost, fair trial Raymond Davidson. all of "this .ago" and tho glorious con mo tho combined method Is liost. I thing for his loved mountain people keep my wool, spln.lt. and weave n summation of "this age" Is bound up each winter. You say If their women and girls could learn few coverlets In that Intrepid zeal of blm who when how to do good weaving that could you pay $G or $7 for a nlco coverlet. "tho days were well nigh come that bo sold to the people In tho outsldo Think of it! 1 could easily weave out he should be received up" set his face world, and bring a little Incomo to a $50 during the winter, besides doing "steadfastly." good industrious woman in a little tho housework nnd caring for the lltCertain of the Samaritans refused to receive him and his party. This mountain cabin. So I came, and came tlo ones. "That would go a long way, flly n. O. BKI.l.KltH. Director of tlmo John has another to speak with gladly. Maybo some women that know maybe buy the cow or mule wantDepartment The Moody lllble him, James. They again show tho of Chicago.) something about weaving thought it ed so long, and maybe sometime 1 spirit of Intolerance and to It they was unnecessary to bring a Swedish would get those now teeth 1 need eo add that of vlndlcttveness. As we go woman to the mountains to teach badly In order to chew my food right, LESSON FOR DECEMBER 22 beforo him to prepare ?BBBBBBBs! thu way are wo weaving, thinking thnt sho would nnd the doctor said I need them In BBBV1w. entirely freo from making a. similar teach something new or foreign, but order to get rid of my Indigestion. FOR AND AQAINST HIM. mistake? These Samaritans acted In they soon found out Uiat I just want- And dear me, it would pay for my Ignorance. Perhap3, as revealed In v. I.EBSejN TKXT-I.- uk H9 tt ed to teach tho things your mother con at Berca, where he wants to go D3, they saw that he did not Intend to GOI.DItN TEXT "H that ta not go to their village anyway (see also nnd grandmother knew so well how to study Agriculture next year. And agalnat ui ta for ua." Luke :M. to do, and they also found out that now I send my wool to the factory This lesson naturally falls Into John 4:40-42How Stories of Three Men. I knew how. as I didn't need to ask on sharl's and 6et mt,a back threo divisions; I. Tho mistaken zeal In the third section wo havo before of the disciples of Jeaus, vv. 49,50; II. for the old drafts, but iust rm.i.i ,iarQ 11 was for Ino- - whcn so many us tho stories of threo men whom Tbn Intrepid zeal of Jesus, vr. look at an old coverlet or counterpane a8kcJ me lf 1 could't como back t0 cm- - 1 wanieu to, uui l could and HI. Tho lack of zeal on tho part Jesus met, each of whom lacked suflcac , and write down tho drnft nn,i of some would-bfollower of Jesus, ficient zeal to becomo his true follow1, could do it. .Sometime . not see how the samo kind perfectly, ers. Tho first Impulsively answers vr. '1 will try', butjinttl then, can't you sorao emotion of his heart and asThis fall I made two trips In tho Evidently monopolistic Ideas aro como to mo, to Berca? Ono family sures Jesus that ho will follow "whithmountains. I wanted to see this beau not a modern development. Tho e Is going to send ono of their to control all religious authority ersoever thou gocst." Jesus did not tiful country' and some of thoso good visited daughters to come to learu weaving. given rise to tho most damnable rebuko htm, for tho man had but little has grandmothers that used to spin and Tho dear old grandmother had woven At The Loom Berea's Weaving; School blots on tho history of tho Christian realization of what was Implied. "I'll wcavo when they were young. I got go with him through tho garden." wo her i when she waa young, and taught church. Christian Intolerance is one both my wishes fulfilled. I saw tho daughters and one daughter-in-lasing glibly. Let us pause and honestof the devil's sweetest morsels. to most beautiful country I hnvo ever spin, ly answer tho question, "Will I go?" "And John answered" not tho Imand It was a nice even yarn sho scon, aud I met some very good and "Am I willing to pay tho price?" petuous Peter. Who It was that had spun, and tho young girls knitted Tho country people, busy as they pleasant mothers and grandmothers, had Ho HANDWEAVING AN ART WORTH apoken wo do not know, but evidently (John 15:20 and I. Peter 2:31.) girl were with other things, had hardly and I found something elso, that is stockings, When this young It was JesuB. Two things aro without who had set his faco steadfastly aim WHILE knows how to weave, sho will go tlmo to notlco this, although many a so hard to find it you go all dispute: (1) Tho unknown ono was ply opens as It were the deep loneli about back, teach her sister, and her housewife doing tho work, and (2) ho was giving ness of his heart and gives this man Dcnr Krlends in tho .Mcuntalus; felt wry sorry because tho world. I felt that I found friends, a faint suggestion of that poverty of mother will enrd and spin tho wool I waut to talk to you about this her things worp out so quickly Jesus tho glory, Luko Whether and real good honeat friends, that mado ha ceased at tho command of John him "who was rich, yet for our sakes almost forgotten art in tho home. tald: ".My mother's tlmo was a much mo foel at homo and welcome and from tho sheep, and I hopo to pay her a good many dollars for her wcav-ing- s, wo cannot say. It has beon suggested becamo poor" (2 Cor. 8:9). This Is oeverai iimea wnuo talking to tnll..alii 1... ... . .. . n I.O,... 1 to tho best tho few and sho might get a home for that could wo havo heard the tono of onetoofhis own references Jesus mado class of our girls, I havo asked: How flastod co long, but now they aro out treated me forget you all,they had.will will never und 1 condition. The second John's volco perhaps wo should have as sho will help to build man seems to bo of more Importance, niuny of you know anything about i of stylo and nobody cares lor them. como back It tho Lord wants mo to. herself that gathcrod that John was not quite sure with thn mnncv nhn nnma nml nink.t weaving? Of, maybe, forty girls onu I wish I know how to weave." Uut How pleased some of you looked when he bad dono tho right thing, but he Is Infercntlally, at least, for Jesus comwUh Mn,a sho can frank and tolls Jesus why ho gave bis mands him to "follow." Notlco Jesus or two havo said that they have there were a few that cared, nnd you heard I was interested In your with her own hands. We havo room does not say ndmlre mo, nor even woven a llttlo rng carpet. To a sec fortunately they were rich uud had weaving, i command, viz., "because he followed and I thluk you all wero worship mo, but "follow mo." This ond question: How many of you tlmo to study tho weaving ami tench sorry that you now wero too weakly for sovernl good girls. A poor young not with us." man seems to have a very high sense widow with four small children asked Work In Christ's Name. havo mothers that know about wtuv-lug- ? U to others. In a few years tho ban to work your old loom, made by your mo, "Can't you glvo mo something to This spirit has always been ono of of duty, his obligation to his parents I usually hear, that flvo or six weaving was taught In most of Up husband or your father. And I was do so I can earn a llttlo money to tho serious drawbacks In tho advance- and to tho amenities of society. This have such good and Industrious cchools and tho girls wcro very happy very pleased to seo some of your old support my ment of tho kingdom. Belong to our mans mlstako was In placing any- mothers. Hut If I then ask: How many to learn this children?" I was to beautiful work, and many coverlets on yur beds, nnd I knew sorry thing, no matter how Important. In party, follow our methods, or elso for hsr, that I cried, when she wero young and strong quit working. There are. of course, the placo of tho kingdom. Jesus does havo soon their grandmothers weavo? a mother proud to say that her that when you ... mo that 6ho was never taught . . ..I .1 ...I.U WU w.u. wrong methods which will nover pro- not mean for us to neglect such a At least twenty young girls look hap daughter could weave as nice coveruiuui. . u, , ,cvon ,he p,alnegl eownB j ow . . ,. . duce right results, but It a man la do- plain duty, but this man Is pleading py and proud and toll mo that their lets as her mother or grandmother hands. No, you had to card and spin , . h . , to for a delay, and bad It not been this grandmothers knew how to weuvu the had mado when they wero young, your wool m order to get warm cover- ing Christ's work and doing It In taught ,cr som(J th,Bg Jugt thnk bonio of tlio rich peoplo wanted n Christ's namo we need to bewaro of excuse It would havo been sorao other nicest coverlets and countcrpaues. leia ior your o3U udore nexi wiiuer, bles2inir ,t woulll havc h allowing selfishness, the traditions of one. About fifty yenro ago tho hand weav things to docornto their homes onu you were niso urcaming nooui If t The third man also had something ing she had known how to spin and men, or the fact that "we never saw was almost forgotten In my own with, becauso they wero so much getting a nlo llnsey dress with weave. Sho could easily have It on this wise" to allow us to hinder ho wanted to do first Ho expressed country, (Sweden) and there were moro artistic and dlffcreut from tho stripes, to wear to tho meetings, and ported herself and her llttlo great determination (r. CI), but like that man In his work, see Mark 9:39-4hot's wife, he wanted ono more look very fow that bothered to spin or machlncuiado fabrics, that looked like your husband was asking when you dron. at tho world bo was going to leavo. weave tho beautiful things their everybody elso's things uud faded would be ablo to weavo a strong good I Dear mothers, teach your girls Scholars are divided aa to the Inare significant. Obey grandmothers had used to make. In and wore out too quickly. When I Jeans ho wanted for a best suit. terval of time between verses SO and Christ's words of your how to uso their bands, and If you heart. Do not stead of weaving their strong and was about twenty years old I took up 61, but the Becond Bectlon Is a won- the prompting And you had good reason to bo can't do it yourself, send them to look backward to tho world, but look warm homemade garments, they wore and liked It bo much that I proud when It was all finished and gocd schexds, where there nro good derful Illumination of the sort of zeal forward to cheap and shoddy look- - have been at It ever since. After 1 to foel happy when your husband Jesui desires In his followers. Verse nm mi Kill v nttho kingdom. Thoa only factory-madvmtp mnftlHCf i ft ja Christian teachers who will teach CI Is ono of tho most sublime In the 0,1 t0 ti00"' Aml had been teaching In Now York for cald, "1 surely havo tho worklngeat WOT0, tut before you. of plowing a straight fur-- j1", them all they can and "help them entire lllble. Whero can wo And any- row, Is ' lhelr hon,C8 UBl'J t lool rich several years end weaving beautiful llttlo woman in tho mountains for my UN tho Master to set your face to help themselves." thing like It? Jesus saw not the bick"steadfastly." If wo hang onto the n"J artistic with handwoveu curtains, things for soma of the rich peopl wife." I found many a woman very With tho best love and greeting to ering! of the dUclples as to placo and we cPverlets, my sorry that she badu't learned bow tho tablecloths and cushions thcro Pres. Krost heard about If power: he saw not the slights cast world we are "none of his." up mountains and my new found the looked very poor indeed with cheap work aud asked me to como to He- - to weavo. Moro than one said, "Oh, upon him by loth. Jew andSamaxlln; hang on to blm we must give friends, I am yours sincerely, world. chintz and calico Instead. tea as ho thought It would bo a good I wish I knew how. If I did, I would i 'Mrs. Anna Ernberg. "What In Bloyd?" In tho first plnco Stoyit Is MnntiM Training. Slnco tnani hand-trnlnln- OUR TEACHERS' DEPARTMENT ' 1 1 , . i Mm 9 odue-atlo- ' I -- b, " Uo-r- ea J '"''' ro n'l I I llssblo ' b-- u ' would-be.tcarh- , MRNATIONAL SUNWSOIOOL Lesson Kv-nt- nr !av?m 61-0- 1 do-Ir- w ( 10-1- i tld hand-wove- Page Four. S 0 0 HIE CITIZEN. TO THE LYCEUM PATRONS December 19, 1912. ocooooooooooooooooooonooooo LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BBREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES ' A CM 1 c o o JacKson, Ky., lea Torn Ilngon spending n few days with I.t ' tlo William, who is ml lug school here. I have a few valuable building lots H. C. Wootf. (ad.) Tor sola, chrnp, CITY rilONK IAS Harry A. Saxton and son of LexingOffice over Berea Dank & Trust Co. ton assisted la tho orchestra, Tu night. The orchestra accompanied tho Messiah chorus. DAN H. DRECK Dr. I'. K, Cromer of Springfield, O , Fire, Life. Accident, and Live Slock was called to Berea last Wetln 'lny, INSURANCE Dec. lltb, on account of the illness Will sign your bond. of his son, Stowart, whs was In i. Richmond , Ky. hospital with pneumonia fevr, Dr. Phone 505 ... . . i , vjIuiirt ins rviui lieu on ioumiiiy nun i.i. son who at that time was some u.t ter. North Bound, Local .Miss Grace Lee Cornelius mum d 7:00 a. m. 10:56 p. in. KdoitIIIo 3:62 a. m. to Berea, Tuesday, after n stay tf 1:07 p. m UBUEA 7:46 a.tn. four months at Whltesburg, Ky. 0:30 p. in. Cincinnati Mr. Samuel Mason nud Miss Annie South Bound, Local were 8:16 p. m. Brustin of near Richmond 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. quietly married at tho Jiome of the UI2RBA Knoxvlllo '7:00 p. m. 6:60 a. ni. bride on Wednesday of last week by Dr. B. II. Roberts. Express Train. Houses will burn. Insure In nn old No. 32 will stop at Borea to tako reliablo Company. H. C. Woolf. (ad.) on passengers for Dayton, O., On Thanksgiving day Mr. Ind-- , Indianapolis, Ind.. ColumFrank Hoard of near Richmond and Miss bus, O., and points beyond. were Esther Logsdon of Urnssflcld South Bound. married by Dr. B. H. Roberts at the 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati liomo of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Coyle. '11:65 a. m. UEItEA Friends of tin young couple fall' d No. 33 will stop to take on pasto notify us of the wedding until our sengers (or Atlanta and points last week's Issue had gone to press. Mr. Joa Webb who has been, in Ilat- North Bound tlo.Crcek, Mich., for some time stop- 4:46 p. m. BKREA noil nff In IWor, tnr n tow ilnva l.ial 1:37 p. m. Cincinnati In week on his way to his home Letcher County. Judge and Mrs. Morgan returned Mrs. Salllo Adams and family move last week from, their bridal tour in last week from their homo on CenOklahoma. ter Street to the property adjoining Mr. and Mrs. Charley CojlS of Mit- Berea National Bank on Chestnut St. chell, Ind., arc visiting friends and 'Mr. Gott and family are occupying relatives In Berea. their homo place at present. and Christinas goods by the Mrs. C. B. Holder and baby ofM.on. (ad.) don, are in Berea to spend the holiwholesale at Welch's. Mr. B. Harrison and family have days with her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. moved Into tho property recently va- J. M. Early. cated by Mr. and Mrs. Waldon. Mr. ' "Mr. John Jackson who is employed and Mrs. Waldon moved to High St. by a large coal company In Virginia her was In Berea over Sunday visiting Miss Dora Ely has finished school and is now at home.. She homefolks. goes to Buckhorn, Ky., to teach uf- Mr. J. 'M. Coyle spent several day3 tor" Christmas. In Hamilton, O., last week, being callMr. and 'Mrs. Dick Dunn were vis- ed there on business. While in the iting Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Scrivner in city he availed himself of tho Berea, Sunday. to attend the great Dbder-wol- f Highest Cash Prices paid for holirevival which Is in progress, deday turkeys. J. S. Gott, Depot St. claring that some of the sermons )oooooooooooo oaoaoaooaoaoaoaoaoaoooa cf her li brother, DR. BEST, ntt DENTIST ' . Student Procession Opening Day . HOME SCIENCE FOR KENTUCKY .boy8 Keep OmLo "Home Science" was Just plain housekeping to our granilmothers, but housekeeping liai do grown that it must have a new name, so we call it n science. Tho word celtuce Itself shows In Just what way housekeeping lias chang Not only In Berea but all ovor the world we are teaching our girls tho reason why; why milk sours, why fmlt spoils nnd how to preserve it, why fried foods aro not good for the and how tc cook things that But, yu say, why should our girls know why when they can keep house Just ns well without knowing? Yes, but can they7 Do wo rind ns much tlmo to teach our daughters as as our mothers took to teach ui? If ought to take? we we can make our homes better certainly wish to do so. And It we can learn how to Increase the family Income, or make Uie income we have amount to more we certainly wish our to learn, How shall wo keep wo lovo Klch-mon- d, are. d. " as wo " " Ty PRESENTS for everybody can now food. Wo will glvo pleasant, pretty them homos with good books nnd pictures, they will have no taste for the cheap show, tho cheap novels, tho ed why we were not Informed as to jchenp pictures. Girls of today, you his before Illness until two hours are tho mothers of tomorrow. Rise tho lecture, but such was the rase, up In your womanhood and fit your-eami wo did nil that we could to Inselves to bo mothers, Just as your form every on". husbands fit themselves to be doctors, Tills Is only the third time In Mx ministers, and farmers, (years that we have boon disappoint. Olrls of Kentucky, look to Borea mid ed, nnd tbnt Is un unusual record. draw from her store Just tlmt knowi-bod- y Do Now wo wish to ask a favor: edge which wlll help you to be a not lose confidence In us. We do our . housekeeper worth while. boat, and aro redeeming the unused Abble S. Morrow. tickets. Buy with full faith for the three winter section, for we have REMEMBER j great numbers. Capt. Hobson, Lehind When about to conclude not to I'owers, tho King of American R'lid renew fo.' tho paper, remember thit nm", a Kronl jU8caj number lfc"- 2 S3 dozen eggs, 3 or 4 hens, cause we "Missed fire" once do UHI1K lllttl WO will nKIII". andji llttlo more than 1 bushel of T k one of thl, f0jow,,g methods corn at present market prices, will f)f rtf,ioea)ll(. yuur tickets. I'se for becuro It for a year and brighten your ,5 ccntg n exchange for Winter Sec homo 62 times. ton ee(lKon tIck(!ts. or present to the Can any one nfford to bo with- - jere.a prUK tori, nmj receive that .,. .... . j,w,,Vl,r . , out The Citizen's cheer. Its help- of fulness, its news? 1k that not a Blngle ticket will redeemed In the latter way the v Bespeaking your support In future, and promising you nil of the "good things" that It Is possible for ue to secure for you, we are. Very truly yours. The Commlttfe. noil-cooke- our boys (will feed them okji d V"w,r,m"v " We t'"t 'mitteo wish to express to their friends, .. . t.i.1. whoso support nas maiio win iuk" grado courso of entertainments and lec tures which wo have been giving In tho past years jiosslliie, our thanks wo for their patronaRO. Last year spent more on our courso by unite n sum than wo had ever seiit before, and came out with a snbittaiillal surplus In tho treasury. Because of this wo Invested more than 100 fur this courso in excess of last ) ear's yoar'a nmount, and In addition reductickets, ed tho prlco of Wo feel suro that wo would have tomo out on the safe side with own for those large risks, had It not f the unfortunate dlsapioliitmont last Wednesday evening. Dr Wo believed that In engaging lllllls for a lecture wo were confer-rliia great favor upon our patrons, ami wo still think r.o, for no xwer could forsoe that a serious cold would attack him nt tho time he was to be with us. Such was the case, however, as and no ono regrets It so much the Committee. Wo have not l amR Tho members of tho Lyceum Com- - This house Is especially for the mountain girls who can como In only for tho Winter Term, and will enter tho short courses in Homo Bclence. It will bo tho homo of Miss Douglas and "Miss I'arker nnd nbout Mghty girls. Incidentally tho erection of this bulliling Is giving employment to many citizens as well ns students, nnd tho money paid out In wages will fill many empty pockets. Tho Faith Hall Is placed on tho Big Hill IMko whero by removing certain dwolllng houses tho Collegn has space to carry out nil IIh plans for new buildings. the All friends and neighbors of Collego nro Invited to visit Faltl. Hall at 2 p, m. onSaturday of this week. 1 aaaate" d. BBBBBam SS V S SW I aaaaW aaaaav' .MB, nt " Treasurer Osborne UNITED STATES NEWS Continunl fiam I'lttl I'agr BIG BLAZE IN CINCINNATI Cincinnati suffered n loss of nearly a million dollars by fire, the 11th. The buildings destroyed are the Gibson House, the W. L. Douglas Shoo Co., a d'artment store nnd tho Union Trust Building, Cincinnati's first (adv.l Miss Mildred Nell accompanied Miss Grace Engle to her home at McKoe to spend tho Christmas vacation. Mr. Fred Cummlngs of Binghamp-ton- , N. Y. haa joined his wife who has been visiting her parents hero for some time and will remain during tho Christmas holidays. Mrs. M. H. Clagett who has been lsitlng with Mr. G. E. Porter and family for some tlmo will return to of the year. Everything new in the way of her homo at Fairfax, South Dakota, a tho latter part of tho week. Christmas gifts now at Welch's News has been received from Mr. Stores. her and "Mrs. Albert Mills who live In Miss Lillian Maupln closed School at Baldwin, Friday, Dec. 13th, Wyoming, of the arrival of a llttlo with ono hundred In attendance. A daughter In their home. Many Beiea people will remember Mrs. MIHb as delightful program was rendered. Mr. Ralph Young returned, Wednes- Miss Glenna Peterson who was a student hero a few years ago. day morning, after an extended bust ness trip through Georgia and North WANTED Carolina. Largo Eastern .Manufacturer it Virginia, Mr. J. C. Bowmau left for Tuesday night, where ho will bpend well known staple lino wants Traveling Salesmen In this torritory. No a few weeks In tho Interest of the former experience- - required. Steady Collego. Iosltlon. Earn big pay while you learn. Addross for particulars, DJpt. 35, Lock Drawor 827, Chicago, 111. Miss Mary" Robinson was a lsltor in Berea, Thursday. 'Mrs. Salllo Hanson and little daughter, Julia, visited with Mr. and .Mrs. I'earl at East Bernstadt last week. Mr. Tom Robinson of Burning Springs, was in town, Sunday. 'Mrs. Win. Coylo of Oklahoma and Mrs. Candace Harrison of Indiana ate visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Coyle at Berea. Mrs. I'tckham is lu the hospital with a severe cold. Dolls, dolls, dolls, you never saw so many dolls as they have at Welch's. (ad.) Prof. Lewis will speak to the Coun- ty School Fair and Corn show at Warsaw, Gallatin Country, Saturday. Dec. 21st, representing the State Dept. of Agriculture. Christmas Exercises at tho M. E. Church by. the Sunday School will bo held, Wednesday evening, Christmas day, at 7 p. ni. Judge T. J. Coyle left last week for Florida to see after tho gathering of his orange crop and other interests In Jacksonville. Ho will return the first were the finest he ever heard. Mr. Clinton Early who has been In Ohio for some tlmo Is homo for be found at our stores. Look at us before you i Christmas. Mr. Ben Hollander, a former Berea student, is located at Pittsburg at present. He exjiects to return to Berea next year. Mr. and Mrs. Zeal Logan of Belgrade, '.Montana, arrived last Monday for an extended visit with Mrs. Logan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wallace, JI'ss Amy Todd was 111 with la- 'grlppo last week and was unable to bo at her work for a couple of days, Mrs. B. H. Roberta pleasantly enter--' talned quite a number of the Collegn buy. THE ALLENS ALL DISPOSED OF Virginia has nnpiltted herself well faTthhall In the prosecution of the outlaws who shot up the Hillsvllie Court llou' Neighbors Invited to Visit It at 2 p. m. and killed the Judge nm! four other Saturday, Dec. 21. lersons. Mar. ltth. Six of tho guilty It has long been true that many men have been convicted, two are un-dsentence of death and the four young jieople who desired to attfiii Berea havo been kept away for lurk others were given long terms In the IH'iiltentlary, tint Inst two, Sidney Aloi sneuer. i ins nas neon especially len, .15 years, and Wesley Edwards, tho case with young ladles. To meet this need the "Kentucky 27 years. Hall" subscription was started, r.nd great progress lias been made. But OO YCAMS' 1 fclMlll as tills was to bo a brlrk building we EXPERIENCE t enough money for It could not this fall. g-- students at a "candy pull" at home last Friday evening. her ' Accordingly It was determined to Hasten the construction of n frame building, and President nud Mrs, Frost started away to ralsi- - the money for It, Pro(. Dlnsmore at the samo tlmo going In another direction, In Tito Collego was alrendy heavily debt, nnd the first effect of the elec tion has been to cut off many gifts Tho effort to erect a new building, therefore, has called for sM'clal faith, oand tho prayers of all Christian r, n.lf.,,1 ...n.w,.. ola mo nan. u lltnl tin- - ilium f ..... ii!.ib 'iu iii.ij bo provided as the work goes on. TWO LETTERS FROM PRES. FROST jcamo! tho other hand 1 hear almost (Continued from fint page) sorry in every day of peoplo who are women who aro hero at Berea tho various departments of our they did not como to Borea y.nrs school. Among these 200 there wire jaso when they had the chance, some who came six and eight hun- - ' So I Invite you to read carefully dred miles. Of course some students tho announcements on pngo 7, and SO Plan to bo with us for New Year here fall. Wo havo suspended for bad conduct, and as many more Day. This New Year's Day will bo a havo gono home because they were turning point for many young men homesick. But that Is not many out if and young women. I hopo you will tho 1,056 students who have been mako it turn the right way for you. Sincerely your friend, hero this fall. And of tho 200 I havo Win. Goodell Frost. talked with every one is glad iio Anf nno tending a krlh nn4 trtptlffn qnlchlf Mrrfni ,mr i : ,mm fr whOir mo Cmin.iinl. In, mlWn It ri,hMhlf nr l DCSIQNS COFVniQHTS Ac HANOMOX ntr tl.in.itlttlfrt,n,lM,tl.il. -. OMMt tftnrr lif --.liimir tatriu. nt frI'atetit Uhtn iRruush Muim A Cu. rcITt UltUl nv(l, without Ckri. mill onl'airnu Scientific American. Tjrrft A ImnfWonn'lr ,11mtrlM Milf, CtfUltmi f any lfMIUT Journal. Ttrn. Hf 1 a fiUNN&Cn."""-"llrtncb Offliv, 63 . r PU Hew York Tihlnlun, II. C X-m- as Gift Suggestions Make Your X-m- as Dollars Count Spend them where they will buy the HIiST. The things we list below will make fine gifts anil they nre of wonderful value. NECKTIES The Parcels Post 25c to 75c MUFFLERS 25c to $1.50 HOSIERY 10c to 50c SWEATERS 50c to $5.00 SHIRTS 50c to $1.50 GLOVES 25c to $2.00 HATS $1.00 to $4.00 CAPS 25c to $1.00 UMBRELLAS $1.00 to $5.00 The Racket Store ' Tho following arc tho rato regulaThe Parcels Pest Law will go Into in tions: effect Jnn. 1st, Kentucky being A flat rato of 1 cent per ounce up what Is known as tho fourth zone. A distinctive stamp will lxi used for to 4 ounces regardless of distance. Above 4 ounces, rates aro by of all packages, and any number tho bo pound or fractioh thereof, and varypackages of the same size may sent without stamps It tho postage ing with distance ub follows: is paid at tho oiflco. Ordinary btamps Rural Route and Clty lE' cannot bo used for parcels and packDelivery 05 .15 .03 -, ages. Packages cannot bo more than CO mllo zono .3..03 .05 grenter 150 eleven pounds In weight or .01 .40 .00 mllo zono .. In inches In size than seventy-tw- o At onco, high class specialty sales,r.7 300 mllo zono .. .07 .03 length and girth combined; nor any COO mllo zono .. man .cs for Virginia, Ohio, Georgia, .06 .08 per.0!) .7!) South Carolina and Kentucky to sell form or kind likely to Injure the dam-ag- 1,000 mile zono . . .07 o tho celebrated line of 49o framed son of any postal cmployeo or 1.00 .09 1,400 mile zono .10 tho mall equipment, and not cf 1,800 mllo zono . ,11 1.11 pictures and mirrors' tho strongest .10 a character perishable. 1.32 .12 .12 premium proposition and trade winOver 1.800 miles ner In oxlstenco. Successful applicants will uot bo disappointed regardPALACE MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY ing remuneration. Address John A. Wyatt, Borea, Ky. You will find here the largest nnd best assortment of jewelry in Berea. LOCKETS BRACELETS RINGS WATCHES CUFF LINKS TIE CLASPS SCARF PINS BELT PINS BAR PINS "wante- d- . . Sterling silver mounted, toilet sets, hat, cloth and military brushes, silver tea sets, Rogers' triple. plate knives, forks and spoons, and lots of other things that spate forbids us to mention. ' Como NOW before the best are gone. Respectfully, FARM 80 FOR SALE acres of land on Richmond and Kingston plko, 2 miles from Berea, for salo. 8 room dwelling, good well, orchard and all necessary out houses. (ad.) Wrlto, Elluu Blcknell. Berea, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1 All kinds of fresh and cured meats and lard. Fish, Oysters and Poultry in Season. All kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries. PROMPT DIUVKRY it it t: HAYES BEREA 1 C& U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. Coyle BuMias, Main SC. i: "3w Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY PbonaS?, REMEMBER JANUARY 1ST! See page and page 7 December 19, 1912. THE CITIZEN. In Page Kive FORMER KENTUCKIAN DIES Mr. William McQiiIro Pallet Away Illinois Aro 101. 111,, Mr. William McUuiro of TiihcoIii, formorly of Kentucky, died n few luys ftRo at tlin rtnmrlnhlo ngo of ' 101. 8 Mr. McOtilro hns livid In Illinois for n number of yours, mt g well known I In wns ' thruuut Knutern Kentucky. children, I tho father of twenty-thre- e Hourly nil of whom nre IIvIiir. He ' h.id sovoinl brothers who lived to bo ono hundred yearn of (ik. I ever seen In Berea. You will wnnt several to give away. If you want a knife that will CUT, and that is the object of jack knives, wait until you can buy a THOM ASTON KNIFE. (T. K. "The Knife") at the Store, nr vniir stor i None other just as good. vo VOfflinfT O I A supply of the best Pockct nnd Jack knives Wait! bination carefully nnd turned the door knob. HE ADVERTISED AT LAST "Tlioro wns a innn In our town, And ho was wondrous wlso; was li 1b iiollcy) Ho Hworo Ho would not udvertlso. Hut ono snd ilny ho advertised, And thereby banns n tnle, Tho nd. wan net In rjulto Riiiall tyito And hended 'Sheriffs Halo.' " (t COMMENDS THE CITIZEN "1 RL't two other newspapers but they nro full of scandal nnd ottu-objoctlonnblo matter, nnd I do not let my children rrnd them. 1 never oxpect to do without Tho Citizen, you nicy count on Hint. Mrs. M. JlcOulrc, HloomliiRton, 111., former correspon r Pearsons Hall - College Men's Dormitory r, Tho Horca Idea Involves liltii Integrity of purpose, purity of ehnr-acto- dent from Clover Hottom, Ky. I M. K. Mmh, Dean of Vocational Schools BEREA MARKETS lluttcr, 20c iter pound. Kkrs, S!0c per dozen. VKMKTAUI.ES Irish potatoes, Sweet potatoes roui'TuY:-. per bu. per bu. Cabbage, 2c per pound. 70c $1 pound. Chickens, fryers, 7c Roosters, Jc. Hens, 7c pe." pound. Kit U ITS: Apples $1.00 per bu. IVars $1.00 per bu. MBAL, urc. Hest prndo Hour, 13. to per cwt. Meal, 70c per bu. Wheat bran, $1.40 per hundred. Wheat, (1 per bushel. THE MESSIAH Corn 60c per bushel. One of tho great privileges of th" Oats, 50c per bushel. Hereun is that of having The .Messiah Hay, COc per hundred. rendered annually. A large audience 3 to Co per lb. Cattl", this attested their appreciation of Calves, 5 to 6c per pound. classic production which was renderper Kund. Horh, C to 6 ed. Tuesday evening, In a inastorful per lb. Sheep, 2 4 to 3, 3 manner under tho leadership of Prof, Iamb8, 4 to Cc per pound. lllgby to whom the community ows Hides, dry 15c per lb., green, 10c. much. Tho chorus of over a hundred vole's CINCINNATJRKETS showed careful training nnd their rendition of tho great choruses was rouLTitY: Sprinters, 13 cents per pound, heart stirring. 14c. Roosters, pound. Ilcno, 7c, The bololst, .Mr Chnmpllu, Hnsso, Tut keys, hens, 16 2 c lb., toms, hung with great iower and freedom, gecso Sc lb., Ducks, 10c which gave tho audience perfect as16 doz. surance that he was master of the lb., Young guineas 4.00475.00 situation, llnvlng a pleaslngersonal. CATTLE, HOGS, ETC. Ity, a volco of remarkable beauty nnd Cattle, C.008.7C. H. K. Taylor, Business Manager flexibility, he rendered Ills part with Calves, 8.00010.25. Hogs, 3.5O07.GO. a depth- - of fvellng which completely , "TURN THE DOOR KNOB it Pigs (110 lbs. and less) 4.OO07.GO. won tho audience. Miss Ambrose and gave delight and satisfac.Miss Pohl Sheep 2.SG03.35. Tho little fellow was kicking nnd tenor tion nnd I'rof. Rlgby In tho Lambs 4.2506.25. crying uud trying vainly to get Into polos was nt his best. Corn 7Cc per bu. tho house. His mother was upstairs, It was n trent of the sort that upWheat 90c per bu. but wns either too busy or too weary Hay, 1G.00 per ton. lifts tho hearer. to go down just then. I'erhnps she wanted him to learn to let hlnuelf in without depending upon her. She opened the window, and leaning out, said loud enough for me to hear, "Turn tho door knob, Hlchnrd; turn the door knob." He kept on with his crying nnd vain pushing for a momei.t whllo she icpented with firm Insistence, "Turn the door knob, turn tho door knob." And turn the door knob ho evidently did, for a little later to sec us about your Rool. Winter is now here. 1 heard him singing In the hall. The price ol sleel Orders are coining in fast. Thcro aro a great many people who is advancing rapidly. The Hest Time is Kiglit aro standing outBldo of doors of opNow. Drop us a card in order to get you on portunity, kicking and crying and pushing Ineffectively, who need that our list. mother's advice, "Turn the door knob." Their efforts nro useless simply because they are misdirected. On1) half tho pushing would accomplish tho result If they would "turn tho Mgr. HENRY door knob." Hut their blind rage ut the opposition they meet nnd their screaming and pushing servo no Hc-re-a ' 1- -4 3-2 c, t otherwise Idle moments nro turned to THE BEREA IDEA AND SUCCESS profit. This principle Is more far Derm Colh'go finds Its reason lor reaching thnn lit first appears. existence In tho fact that It stands Tho student who Is willing to toll for equality of opjiortunlty. It Is with his hands s tho rule rather than upon this principle that It makes Its tho exception. Ho Is In an atmosphere appeal to donors. True to this prinof work. Ho does not need to aolo-glz- o ciple Heren Is concerned chiefly in for his poverty or his simple affording opiwrtunltlcs for personal dress. The student who spends his growth to those, of limited meniiB school dnys In nn atmosphere of njiol-g- y but honest puriK)si'H. To make It will go out Into life with nn apolfor young men and women of ogy for whatever work ho does. Tho this Btnmp to securn tlii'so advan- student who spends his schcql day tages Herea charges no tuition, feeling ho la. on n par with his felInstruction Is free. Free low students will go out Into life are furnished for the lower schools, Ing he cun he on n par with his busiHoard Is furnished at the remarkness associates. ably low price of one dollar and fifty Tho Herea Idea Involves cooperation. cents per week. Hooiiih are furnished Truo to this principle the work of at cost of nmlntcnanco. Simple, yet the Institution Is done almost encomfortable clothing Is r'ulred. So- tirely by students. Knch student has cial relatione nro Informal yet whole- n definite part to perform or the instisome. Hxpeuslo spicnd and huuUfts tution suffers. Thus, young men nnd among tho ntudentB arc prohibited. women nre trained In They become dependable anil fitted These conditions bring to those who are In earnest for to do their part In community life. and keep away those' Tho tlmo most students nend in who como to College to make n disMsslp nnd Idleness Heren asks lis play of wealth. students to spend In remunerative Heren dot's not furnish education work. The habit of loafing Is discoursolely ns a social unset, neither does aged. It place tho emphasis upon the finanThe Heren Idea Involves the destruccial side of education. It Is hoped tion of social caste. thnt every student will be nblo to The free mingling of students with perform litn social functions after each other, thu friendly attitude of study nt Heren, hut seeks to have teachers, the simplicity of dress every student get complete command mnko Heren essentially democratic. of his powers nnd to tnku n wholeThere Is little opportunity for the some attitude toward the conditions formation of social "ctB." Excluslve-nes- s In which ho must live. Heren stands of any kind Is discouraged. This for tho people who must work for n helps to restrain the forward and encourages the timid to become livelihood. Idea Involves dignity of The Each student Is made to aeh feel thnt If he has nn honest purpose lalor. Truo to this principle a directed toward n worthy end he is student Is expected to perform certain amount of manual IulKr. For equal In nil essential respects with his every other student. this lie receives pay nnd thus Jkis-slh- lo text-booe. a thought. A distinctly Christian altitude Is maintained In ttho school. Religious societies nro fostered. A strong optical Is made to each student to lay tho basis of character In u Christian llfo. Whntever vocntlon ho chooses ho Is urged to bring to that work Christian Ideals. An attitude of study and promptness provnils thruout tho Institution which makes nn Invaluable asset In the rent work of life. "The proof of the pudding Is In tho eating." Does the Horca lden take hold upon tho students? There Is tho genius for whoso success tho College Is In no way roaponslble Heren has had few of these. There Is tho student with no brains for whoso failure the Cj)!cgo cannot bo held responsible. Herca has had her share of these. who There Is the class of people have the gift of common sense coupled with a strong desire to Improve. Of this class Herca Iras largo numbers. Heren alms not only to produce a few men nr.d women who may perform great public services, but also espe- ture reading and prayer and inquiry meeting, yet miss tho home of peace cially to raise the standard of American citizenship by tho spread of the and tho place of power If you do not get tho simple but single combinaHerea Idea. Tho character and stamp which un tion, which Is confidence In God nnd institution puts upon the mass of Its fnlth In tho word of Jesus. You need students Is the best Index to the not stand out there In the cold and tho tho storm. Tho house Is warmed and efficiency of Ita teaching and lighted, and there Is room for you. liower of Its Ideals. Come, for nil things are now ready, Herea Is Justly proud of Its, graduPeople. ates and former students. As one only "turn the knob."-You- ng thinks of the men nnd women out In tho world of nctlvlty he can not but IN OUR OWN STATE see that they are In largo measure Continued from Kirt Fage spreading the Herea Idea and making tho Southern Intercollegiate Athletic tho principles of their nlmn mater Association for alleged violations of E. C. Scale. theirs. the rules was restored nt a meeting of the Executive Committee nt New good purKse becnuse they nre not Orleans last Friday, tho Committee beeklng tho object of their desires In deciding that nny violations of the to rules, which may have been committed, tho right way. Tho door Is ready ojkju Just as soon as they are ready wero not Intentlonnl. The President the of tho University vouches for to use a little sence and turn tho knob. And until they do they are like- good conduct of tho athletes In the thu future. ly to push as Ineffectively ns boy. For some times tho knob le like thoso wo find on bank safes nml other repositories of precious things. It ennnot bo opened offhanded, but only according to a certain combination of twists nnd turns. It can bo dynamited oKn, hut thnt Is n rather expensive nnd usuallv dlmiHt rnllfl U'.iv lit minh. Ing n safe. Yet It Is no more expensive or calamitous thnn tho violence and unreasonableness with which peoplu sometimes attempt to accomplish good ends. They will not take the time to learn tho combination, but they Insist upon opening the door without any regard to tho knob. Is It nn cducntlon you wont? Turn tho knob. Don't go at It recklessly nnd thoughtlessly, but uso sonio sanic and study out tho combination. Tho door may bo hard for you to open, and It may cost you long waiting and much patient effort to get Into tho halls of learning, but there Is a way for yo to turn tho knob If you will Keep at It and keep your head and heart clear and cool, calm and yet earnest. Do you want a happy home? Turn tho knob. Don't shut your eyes und think that you can rush Into a happy t marriage. If you do you nre likely some hnrd humps nnd find your self outsldo the door after nil. There Is more sense than luck In tho combination In spite of foolish talk cf some. Or do you want salvation? "I am tho door," said Jesus. And the knob is faith. You shall not seek to enter Into tho kingdom vainly If you will seek him and believe. Dut you may cry over your sins a long time, nnd you may push hard with all manner of spiritual exercises, such as Scrip- Francis E. Matheny, Dean of Academy tigation of tho value of d properties by experts who nro to bo employed for that purpose. It Is thought that tills arrangement will ultimately tettlo tho dispute over railroad taxation, and glvo a Just basis for assessments In the future. rall-lon- jority. PULASKI VOTES DRY In n local option election held In Pulaski County--, last week, tho dries won by about three thousand ma- GREAT EVENTS OF WINTER TERM Offices open. Reception for new students, Chapel, 7 p. m. Jan. 1st New Years Day. Procession and opening ot Term, 7:10 a. m. 9 Jan. Gospel Meetings. Feb. 12 Lincoln's Ulrthday. Address by Dr. Gunsaulus of Chicago. Mountain Congress at night. Feb. 19 interpretations of Music Prof. Perry, the Blind Pianist. Feb. 17 Lcland T. Powers. Mar. 15 Cnpt R. P. Hobson. 12-1- Dec. 31st COMMISSIONER'S SALE Mallnda Uurnam, Etc., Plaintiffs vs. Minnie Fox, Etc., Defendants Under and by virtue of a Judgment and order of salo rendered at tho October Term of tho Madison Circuit Court, in tho above styled action, the undersigned Muster Commissioner of said Court wlll.onllon-daJanuary 6th, 1913, nt 11 o'clock n. in. In front ot tho Court House, door in Richmond, Ky., sell to tho highest and best bidder at Public Auction tho following described tract of land with tho improvements thereon, viz: A certain tract of land on tho waters of Silver Creek In Madison County, beginning at a stone corner to Jcnnlo Ogg, thence a new lino 88 V. 30.8 poles to a stone, thence S 2 W. 2).8 poles to a stako y, 1- -2 corner to S. West's four acres, with NOW IS THE TIME Berea School of Roofing LENGFELLNER, Halt the complaint which men nn women mnko ngnlnst circumstances 1 duo to tho fact that they aro pushing door without first having turned the knob. Tho way to happiness may seem to bo barred ngnlnst us, but ourtho difficulty Is generally lu selves nnd our misdirected efforts.. Turn tho knob of unselfish service, and nlmobt an? circumstances will prove to have open doow of delight which wo tried to enter In vain as long as we merely raged nt opposil. tion lu tho blindness of Kicking nnd crying never yit opened ttie door of Joy, but the kuoh is generally within reach, nnd, though it may bo a llttlo rusty from lack of use, It will respond to patient, effort, and tho door will swing open then almost of Itself. Only ipitt pushing, fcr you cannot enter the house of happiness lu that way. Neither can you enter into fruitful service If you rush nt It blindly nnd think to force yur way In. There Is a right way to servo others, and the knob Is within the reach of all. Hut many fall to cuter because they do not use Judgment In their effort to do good. And then they cry out against God and against tho ingratiagainst tude of their fellows and tholr own best Impulses, nnd say that there Is no uso in trying to help any body, when all the time tho real trou- get blo Is that they have tried to through the door without turning the knob. Ot course they couldn't do It, or, if they did, it was only after a great deal of unnecessary effort ami much damage. Hut they would hnvo found llttlo difficulty and much blessing It they had studied out tho com on-tl- ie self-wilwell-direct- tho same S. 88 2 W. 30.8 poles to h. NOT EASILY OUSTED Mayor Hughes of Winchester, last corner to Emily Stone, with her lino Friday faced the city council, which N. 2 E. 20.8 poles to tho beginning; had ordered him to answer charges excluding ono acre from said boundor glvo up his office, with an in- ary, samo having been sold by Emily junction restraining them irom acting. Stono's heirs, etc., to Leonard BalThe Mayor makes a sweeping de- lard. TERMS: Said land will be sold on nial of tho charges. Nothing more can a credit of Six .Months time, Purchasbo 'done, until the case comes up bebond fore tho Circuit Court on a motion to er being required to execute to make the restraining order permanent. with approved security, payablo I tho Commissioner, bearing 6 per cent RAILROAD TAX ASSESSMENT Agreement was reached in Frank- Interest from day ot sale until paid fort, last week, between tho railroad with Hen retained on the land until commission and the contending raids, nil the purchase money Is paid. H. C. Rice, M. C. M. C. C. which provides that a tentaMvo assess, I ' ment shall be made on tho tangible I' Bjqi. Do not throw your wornout hot-- I ns property of tho roads the samo In 1911, tho commission reserving the water bag away, but cut it in round right to fix new rates after an Inves or oval pieces nnd use them as mats to put nndr flower pots. ! Hot-Wat- IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR THE Most Delicious and Highest Grade Line of "Coffees in the World, IMPORTED AND SOLD BY W. T. McLaughlin & Co., of Chicago. of whom we are the sole agents and distributor as: FAUST'S BLEND, at Berea, Ky. We are now selling all our stock of high grade 35c coffees such JOHNSON & ALLEN'S Steel Cut and 28c while they last, put up in tins. AMERICAN BEAUTY, at cost Holliday's for all other good things to eat. the quality of workmanship and the right price. $5.00 per square for a roof worth $6.00 to $7.00 is cheaper than $4.00 for a roof worth only $3.99. Just like your Galvanized fence so your Galvanized Hoofing will rust if you get the cheap kind We have the goods "Satisfaction or Money Back." BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE Gatoliae and Next door to Post Office. Phone 92 A COMPLETE LINE Hardware, Paiati, Mowing Machiaei, Farming Implements, Oil Stoves, and Groceries priccsRight J. D. CLARKSTON MAIN STREET, near Bonk ""s aCa HOLLIDAY'S INCORPORATED w Page Six. THE CITIZEN. a magnificent" pnlr of yellow Empfrors. "Shall I put theso others In the kitchen?" Inquired a mnn's voire. Tlio girl shrank back to tlio shadow. "Yf, anywhere Inside the door," replied Mrs. Comstock ns she moved n few steps to make way for him. Pete's head appeared, lie sot down tlio moths nud was gone. "Thank you, Pete, more than ever woman thanked you before," mild Mr. Comstock. She plneed tlio Inntern 011 the tnblo mid barred the door. An she turned Klnora enmo Into view Mm. Comttitck leaned townrd her nud held out Iho moths. In n voice vibrant with tonei never before lienrd she said, "Klnora. my plrl. mother's found you nuother moth." Elnorn nwoko nt dawn nnd lay gating around the unfamiliar room. Sho noticed that every vestige of innscullno nttlre nud belongings was gone ttnd knew without any explanation what that nienut For rouie reason every tangible evidence of her father was banished, nnd she wns nt Inst to be allowed to tnke his plnre. She turned to look nt her mother. Mrs. Comstock' face was white and hazard, but on It rested 1111 expression of profound peace I'.lnoni never1 before had seen. As she studied the feature on the pillow beside her the heart of tho girl throbbed In tenderness. She softly lipped from the bed, weiit to her room, tressed nnd entered the kitchen to the Emperors nnd prepare break, fast Tho pair had been left clinging h the piece of calico. The calico was Shcro nnd a few pieces of beautiful' wing. A mouse had eaten the moths! "Well, of nil the horrible luckl" gnsp-H- l Elnorn. With the first thought of her moth-.she cnucht up the remnnulM of tho riot hs. burying them In the ashes or :ri store". She (00k the bag to her room, hurriedly releasing Its contents, but there v ts not another yellow one. Her inothei had said some h:nl been confined in the case In the Umber lost Thrre wns still a hope that an might lw nuibng them, Klnora to ik a large piece of mosquito ticttli.g nnd ran to the swamp. Throwing li over the top of the case, she unlocked the door. She reeled, faint with distress. The living moths that bad been confined there In their fluttering to escape the night nnd the mates they sought not only hnd wrecked the other specimens of the case, but torn themselves to rlblions on tho pins. A third of the .rarest moths of the collection were nntentiacless. legless, wingless and often headless. Elnorn soblKxl nloud. "Everything Is gone!" she said. d r. Cm-pcr- December 19, 19 12. The Heroine of the Forest J For the Best Men's Shoes Men's Suits Men's Shirts Men's Underwear Men's Hats Men's Trousers AND j I Men's Overcoats SEE R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY Dean Hubbard Dean Dinimore PROLOGUE. It was in the woods'that the girl of the Limberloat found her education, her love, her happiness and other good things, mo, rightly, the air of the trees is in this story of her life. Here is a tale for lovers of the woods and for otherswho like a simple story well told by one who knows the forest, can tell about "home folks" and can find the interest in everyday lives. Through these pages flutter the brilliant batter-fl- y of tangled romance, the more eober butterjly, no less beautiful, ef noble, quiet 'lives, well lived, and the gray moth of sorrow borne needlessly for many years. And if you listen closely you may hoar tha bust of the little, busy existence of Billy, a youngster worth your knowing. S JUthougn a ct.od sea sr, Elnora Com stock, enUrlng t tgh solool. U abash 7 her country dress. She needs Pi tie books and tuition fee. Her mother la naympathetlo, ind Elnora tells her treablnton, an old neighbor. ties Ho Whin Elnora was born her father waa Crowned in a swamp, embittering her gaother'a Ufe. Elnora determines to rata toner by gathering forest specimens. The Sin tone bu clothes for her. Elnora, gettln her books cheaply, finds market with the Bird Woman for but Sarnies, Indian lellcs, etc Mrs. Cometoc.i's devotion to her husband's memory will not permit her to asll trees or have oil wells dug on bar land. Tho Simons bring Elnors new NO?iIS Wlr Elnora la delighted with her outfit Her mother says eh- - must pay for It Wesley and -- largan t SInton discuss ths arlrl'a affaire. to thins tete Corson, a Limberloat frequenter, warns Elnora not to visit tho Llmberloet, at night or eo far Into tha swamp at asr flame. Wesley, troubled by Corson's warning; Investigates. Blnton finds am one has been spying an Elnora. Th girl feeds Billy again, he ts "taken up" by tha high school girls. Billy's father .Ilea and tha lad Is taken kerne by Blnton. who makes provision for mis brother nnd sister. Margaret flndi Billy mischievous, but heart softens, and ha la adopted. helps &ta buys a Kln ra to collect speclmeas, Merit Twain book for her soother. Elnora, having musical talent, is told by Margaret her father's violin In secret keeping. Margaret gets the violin tor the girl. Her high school course completed, needs mojey for graduation expanses. She nt' ds two yellow Emperor Gradaastha to comu ete a collection. uation axerchuM. begin. Mrs. Comstock will not help Elnora ts. gat a graduation gown. Ths girl Is dress-a- d by tha Ulrd Woman, but Mrs. Comstock later gives hand embroidered garments to her. Billy, a bright but untrained little chap. With a shiftless father and hungry brother and sister, sets Elnora's luncheon. kr '' ra light. Hud I call como wdh Cluora to get them." regrets her husband was unfaithful and They captured two more, and then unklndness to Klnora. She will try to Peto carried them ti tho ense. a moth for Klnora. "Here comes a big one!" he cried aa Mi..- - Comstock and Klnoni, hunting specimens S;; Joined by a young man he returned. who offers his he!?; Mrs. Comstock looked up and stepped t "Here, you!" she crieduoiraeIy7 "I I out with u prayer on her Hps. She need you! Get yourself out here and Dmitri nnt tnll tli.t ...iltif nr tlmt illeln na but the moth appeared different from help me." Pete Corson parted the bushes and the others. On It came, dropping lower and darting from light to light. As It ) stepped Into the light "Oh, it's you!" said Mrs. Comstock. swept near her, "Oh, heavenly Futber," "I might have known! Hut you gave exulted Mrs. Comstock, "lt'n yellowl me a start. Here, hold these until I Careful! Pete, your bat, maybe!" Pete made a long sweep. Tho moth make some sort of bag for them. Go wavered above tho bat nnd sailed easy! If you break them I don't guaraway, lu Its (light it came straight toantee what will happen to you!" "Pretty fierce, ain't ycu!" laughed ward Mrs. Comstock. She snatched off Pete, but he advanced and held out tho remnant of apron she bad tucked Into her petticoat bund and held tho his bands. "For Klnora, I s'pose?" "Yes," said Mrs. Comstock. "In a i calico before her. The moth struckTnll mad fit I trampled one this morning, against It and clung to the goods. Peto crept up stealthily. Another motb and by tho luck of the old boy him- followed tho llrst. and tbo spray show- self It wns the Inst moth she needed ereu uie apron. got to to complete a collection. "Walt!" gusped Mrs. Comstock. "I get another ouo or die." think they Imvo tettlei. The books say "Then" I guess It's your funeral." they won't leave now." ' said Pete. 'There nlu't a chance in "Now, shall I'i" questioned Pete, a dozen the right one will come. What i "No. Leave them alone. They are color was It?" safe uow. They are mine. They are "Yellow, and big as a bird." my salvation. God and the Umberlost I Emperor, likely." said Pete. gave them to me! They wou't move "The "You dig for that kind, and they arc for hours. Tho books ull say so. Ob, not numerous, so's 'at you can smnsb Heavenly Father. I am thankful to 'em for fun " you. and you, too, Pete Corson! lou "Well. I can try to get one, anyare a good man to help me. Now, I way," said Mrs. Comstock. "I forgot can go home and fuce my girl." all about bringing anything to put Elnora had sat by tho wludow far them In. You lake a pinch on their into the night At last sbo undressed wings until I Hi !e n "poke." i and went to bed, bu( sleep would not Mrs. Comstock removed her apron, come. She had gone to the city to tearing off the strings. She unfasten- talk with members of tho school board ed nnd stepped from the skirt of her about u room In the grades. There calico dress With one uprou string was a jtossiblllty that sue might sccuro she lied shut the bund nnd placket. tbo motb nud so be able to start to She pulled twlre pin from her hair, college thut full, but If sho did not, I i stuck It through the other string, and then sho wanted the school. She hnd using It ns n bodkin run It around the been given some encouragement, but "Posiibly I could get that for you," suggested the man. Uer Angers Hew, she was so unhappy that nothing mathem of her skirt. and shortly she had a lurge bng. She tered. Yet Margaret Blntou had ad- when sbe mile "the trip. If "sho had put several brunches Inside to which vised her to go home nud try once told her wbjt actually happened, the the moths could cling, closed the mouth more. I'mtblo to sleep she arose at chances wero that Mrs. Comstock partially and held it toward Pete. last, and tho room being warm, she again would have taken possession of tbo Limberloat, bunting there until she Into1 sat on the lloor by the window. The Tete slipped several more moths lights in the swamp cutight her eye. replaced alt tho moths that bad been . the bag-Dut Elnora knew from cr She wax very uneasy, for Quite 100 destroyed. "Now, that's Ave. Mrs. Comstock," pcrlencc what It meant to collect such of her best moths wcro lu tho case. sorry, but you'll have to be said. "I'm list In pairs. Valiant as sho was In Bho hurried dowu the stairway softly mako that do. You must get out of calling her mother. There was do any good cause, this tlmo she was com here lively. Your lights will be taken answer. Sho lightly stepped across the pelled to admit thnt she was defeated for hurry culls, nud Inside the next sitting room and looked lu at tho open It would require bard work for at hour a couple of men will ride here door. There wus no one, and the bed least two summers to replace tho lost like fury." had not been used. Uer first thought moths. When she left tbo nird Wom"Well, I'll see them make me go," was that her mother had goue to the an sho went to the president of tho said Mrs. Comstock. "I've got Hubert's pool, and tho I.lmberlost was olive Onabasba schools and asked him to do revolver la my dress and I can shoot wltb signals. Pity and fear mingled all In bis power to secure a room In as Btralght as any man If I'm mad In the heart of tbo girl. She opened ono of the ward buildings. enough. Any oue that Interferes with tho kitchen door, crossed the gardea Tbo next morning tho last motb was me toulgbt will Uud mo mad and ran back to tho swamp. "As sbe mounted and tho housework finished. There goes another!" neared it sho listened, but sbe could Elnora said to ber mother. "If you "We are close to the old caso," said hear only the usual voices of night. don't mind, 1 believe 1 will go into the Fete. "1 think 1 can get luto It. May-b- e "Mother!" she called softly, then woods pasture besldo Bleep Snake we could slip the rest lu there." louder, "Mother!" She returned homo. creek and see If I can catch some 'That's ii tine Idea!" said Mrs. Tho time was dreadfully long before dragon files or moths." "They'll have so much room he beard her mother's voice. (Continued next week.) there they won't be likely to hurt them, Mrs. Comstock enterod, dragging her Wife's Duty. selves, nud the books say they don't heavy feet. In one band sbe held the Ian A wife ts not doing her duty If ska fly In daytime unless they ure distern, audln the other, stltlly extended loves ber husband mora than aha turbed, so .they will settle fflhen lt before lief, on u.wad of. calico, reposed loves herself. Father Donnelly. Mrs. Comstock tgnorunny destroys tho moth needed by Klnora. She learns her ( I I I I . CHAPTER XVIII. Wherein Mother Love Is Bestowed on Elnora, and She Finds an Assistant, . UT her mother's love remained. Xe Indeed. In tbe overflow of the long hardened, i tent up heart, ' Elnorn was almost suffocated with tempestuous caresset and gener-- ' ous offerings. Ileforo tuc day wns over she reullzcd that sho never bad known ber mother at all. For the next few days klnora work- cd at mounting tho moths her mother bad taken. Sho bad to go to the Ulrd Woman and tell nlwut the disaster. but Mrs. Comstock was allowed to thjnk that rinprn.dellvpred --lbemqhj II I I I I 1 . I I I I ! tho most ait to lives of failure. Tho young man or woman who Is It is tho ambition of every parent allowed by hlc pnretits to enter llfo to give his sons and daughters thes.-- alongside of other young peoplo which he has felt theater educated and trained than they greatest need fur In his own life will live to the day when Invariably a tho experiences. bo This Is children will exposed broader outlook on life with greater j to the humiliation of being for cucress. There ;s ed by tlios) belter prepared In their pathos lu the old man's saying, '1 farm or business careers. Tho never done much for I nevr lug of Inferiority In preparation will had much schooling.' This Is his way make medlocro men nnd women out of of saying that he has made his nnm- - tho most of them, It Is n child's Inheritance to get as glo for a homo nud menus with lit- tlo or no equipment. ' Wo can't help good a start In life as other children. pitying a young man who starts llfo It takes education to prepare a child with the loss of an arm or a leg, Our to tnke his place among men and to liympatliy goes out not for the lost do a man's work. Tho farmer of tolimb so much, ns fur tho thought that morrow must h n thinker and a tho young man does not have an reader. Tho scratch methed of farm- equal chance with his youni; friends Ing won't pay any longer. It taken and buslneaj nexociutes whose hodltn brains and education to make the noil produce corn ntnl wheat at gooil profit. 'aro whole. At tho child's welfare exhibit given Last year 2.'0.0uo boyu and girls completed the common school studies In Loulsvlll lost month there was n years, display of rn grown by tho Hoya at tho average age of II They were flilel with hop and con- - Com Clubs of the statu. The exhibit fldenco because they had made good j wns largo and fine. 11 told Its own nlcng with their fellow students, j thnt boys with somo special While these were happy, there drop- - i Instruction can grow twice ns much Jped out of tho sixth grade an equal 'com ns thol? fathers. Does education I If you would Iticrensoycrchlld'R number without completing It. The I"y; If you would Increase your child b jnverago ago of this group was II years. Tho majority of theso children j (tower for living and earning, It will wcro two years behind their grade. pay. Hits Is tho prlvllrgo and the ,Tho otlng of ceelng their childhood duly of parents to their children that chums and friends outstrip them in can't Ik delayed. Tho tlmo to do frcm your duty nnd enjoy your prlvllego Is their studies drove them Bchool discouraged, humll'nte,) anil for. NOW, J. K. Calfee. GIVE THE BOY A CHANCE outstilp-opiMirtunltl- rs feel-ha- Et-ji- ? , I V SEE CHRISM AN FOR STOVES and RANGES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS Exclusive agent for "The Foster Line" Cut Rates on Comforts and All Wool Blankets Com-stoc- k. "THE FURNITURE MAN" December i), 1912 THE CITIZEN Page Seven INTENSIVE FARMING Jaaaaaaam'aaaaaam aaaaaBaaaaaaaaamaaaaaaal I 'aaaw mm Conducted by FRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M.S. Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRINGOUNG 1st Door Training that adds to your moncy-carnln- PEOPLE Take Care of the Meat. Now that butohorlng time Is hero salted so that fresh meat will still Lverv family Is living nt Its best. bo on hand In May and June, and If , With tho abundant crop of apples this It Is carefully packed In sweet clean 'year many still havo n good supply Jars It will bo as good as tho day of this fruit on hnnd for rnuco with i t was packed. Often a spell of warm I fresh iork. Potatoes and nil other j weather comes and we nro afraid vegetables belnu abundant and Bomo tho meat will not keep and so we i pumpkins left for pics, tho Icing In his cat It unsparingly nnd wasto moro palaco could not bo better fed than or iCS8 when wo would havo better tho averago farmer of theso days. health by eating ono third as much Hut, in our Joy of living In tho pres. mcnt am, noro vegetables. And, too, Eight States Represented In Derca Academy ont, we don't stop to think that tho !t Is mucn caslcr to hocp tho meat few timn tno vcgetableu. Tho trimmings fresh meat will bo gono In o looks forward lo establishing her own weeks nnd so will tho pumpkins and from unm8 antj 8MCmcat from a good WHAT CAN YOU DO? home or Vj managing that of her fresh fruit, and one by ono tho dif- fat hog make a great abundance of The Quettion Which Confronts Every parents and who would earnM) tho ferent vegctnblea nro used up and far good lard that can bo used for cook one Who Wants a Job. How Btrea monotonous drudgery which kills b" too many of us nro soon back on tho Ing and covering tho loins, plain old ration of salt meat, many housewives, tho domestic Helps Answer the Question. Bausago, etc., to bo fried and milk, eggs and potatoes with packed down. Tho meat Bhould be coi.ru offers new and raster down In thu factor)' superintendSit what canned goods wo can afford. fried nearly dono cnouch to put on ent's offlco and listen to tin) men ap- methods of hoiivekreplng and cooking Some, pcoplo havo a way of keepwith more vnrlrty and better results. tho tablo and seasoned with salt plying for work. Tho first qufstluu ing fresh meat clear Into tho summer and pepper. Usually the fat thnt fries them Is always, "What tun you She ran also learn In the course In asked way Tho nursing what to do In tho sudden with very llttlo trouble. from tho meat while cooking Is nearly doT" Ono says, "I worked five Tho emergency when the doctor Is not at they do It lo to fry It down. sufficient to pack It In, and very for tho Hoo Company 011 tin- hnms nnd shoulders that arc to bo llttlo need be added on top to cover machine." "Wry well, wo an pay hand, or In long continued Illness when another trained nurse could cured and smoked should be trimthe ment well. Most of tho sausage you 13.09 a dnv IT that is satlsfacthem should bo packed down this way and closely enough to make tory." Another, "I worked throe not ho hnd. Slw can nlso, If desired, med perfectly smooth. Tho sldo meat that It Is then much caslcr .to resist the years for tho National Cash Regis- - earn good wagej as a nurso. So the young men and thu young b to bo salted down for next spring pleadings of tho hungry boys and tor Couiiany on thu huffltiK lath" be nnd summer should also bo trimmed girls when wo know they will ho In tho plating department." "All women who wlrh to do and to up squaro and then cut Into about much bettor off with an apple or light wo can uso you nt $3.."i) If that something, to have nn Income and the tho of regard of their uelghlxrs, can find three strips to each side some bread and butter and good stewsuits you," Ono inoro wiyji, "Oh, hog. It Is a much better wny to fry ed parsnips or onions. tan do almost uuythliig, I havu doiiu an ever ready helping hand nt down about half of tho meat usually College. teaming, worked on tho load, beuu M. Williams. Herbert ono summer on it farm. I'm generally A Well Managed Farm. hotidy." "Wo have plenty of tfums-torthlo field next year. The CALL FOR TRAIN ED PRINTERS Mr. Frank Abney recently moved to vetted from wo nro not working the romls other bottom field Is now In a loor LIcK. Aiout u 1C0 aero farm on Hed or fanning. Wo wbiiI men who ran up One of tho greatest problems of ant nf irttlKH and will bo broken do nt least ono thing well. Sorry the master printer Is how to find half of this farm Is In tho bottom corn. Thus tho regular thu rent 1b back on the low hlllu next spring for So wo cannot ut you. (iood day." couielent help to do his work. In and of tho valley. In going over lotation' crops will be started north ho go't away to gut a roustabout'.) olden times the apprentice was comwas found season Job at low wages, growing lower 11s pelled to live with his employer and tho farm with Mr. Abney It I win. iwn lomiminoua crons, bo designed by nature for a four to ...... . ...... WJ h grows older. .. ... , ,U,.K t. sene 1.1... , nenH nnd clover In four year rotation h bot, rulu" Otto T. Ilannard, president of tho the end of that period of perianal Abney to on tho mils, it win im vcrv easy for Mr. Now York Employment Exchange, contact tho apprentice had absorbed nnd permanent In a high state of acre lot tu tho bottom between keep this farm says thai of 13,850 men sent out hy neatly as much as the master could A six that should average 75 tnly teach him and was prepared to begin the house and the road will be secd-c- d cultivation corn, 25 bushels of wheat them to Interview employers down to a blue grass pasture for bushels of about 3,000 secured work, largely business for himself. Hut those daya of 10 of barley, and two tons each because no many were lncoi.ipi.ient have luissed away In America. At the the milk cows and the work horses cowpea nnd clover uoy pn acre, the nnd or unreliable. In other uords, they i resent time many tioys work u few at night during the summer Th3 brush and scrubby Umber now wore not trained In hand. In mind mouths In one shop nnd thn leave rest of tho bottom will "do divided be cut fields of about 18 ncres each, growing on tho hills are all to ' Into four and In what s right and wrong. to try another for n few months, Kani. fkdds off leaving trees of any slzo for mast If ono applies through an agency fo Ing but little In either place. The The crop rotation on these tho hogs and for wood nnd lumber a poHltlon as a teacher, one of the lemill is thnt tho boys In tho average will bo as follows: Corn with rye for for -pasture to be plowed under for tho farm. The greater portion if leading questions Is What can you prlntkhop get very little Instruction, winter cowpeas; wheat or barley, tho SO acr03 of hill land will thus ttach?" to b) determined liy what ami very few ever Bkllled In spilng; to produce clover. Two of theso fields as well bo cleared sufficiently ono has taught or studied. wurkmeu. grass pabturo lJt good pasturo of blue grass, orchard as tho future blue If ho applies to an engineering buTo meet thin situation the most oat gross which will reau, again tho Inquiry Is, "What in progrtiMdve of the master printers were In corn this year. One of them grass, and tall clearwill bo sowed to cowpeas nnd tho bo sown as foot as tho land Is your lino of work? Whut Is jour huve begun to establish schcols for ' In the spring. ed. other to oats und clover showing presumably what one thu training of boys who show any some of these fields need draining i Any farmer wishing to adopt cau do. ability Tor this line of work. Parts natural exwhich they will receive as bucIi system of rotation of crops to nnd lime In tho government civil sirvlc The oldest hchool of this kind Is In hU land to fertility can amination Is that same uufsthm. Boston, Mass., and the tuition Is coon aa practicable. The field at the restore west end of tho bottom was In oats have tho advantneo of Government yu do that you think Is $100 cr year. "What can this year ana now hnsns flnen growth assistance by writing mo or leaving of especial value to tho Government?" Now printing Is one of the higher any- - his nddtess nt The Citizen office, Tho only plac where ono will not forme of labor. It requires not only of clover cn It as I havo seen F. S. M. will where. A big crop of hay will bo har- you do?" lo askej, "What can strength, but taste and skill and nccu- where ' ba at tho final examination racy. HenJ. r'rnnklln was a printer. Visits Berea tho question will bo, "What hate you The diffusion of knowledge among the Mr. J. II. Arnold of tho Bureau of tho organization of boys' corn clubs donor people depends very largely upon Plant Industry, Washington, D.C., was, nmj girii,- - garden and canning clubs. In each of Uhho lines of work and our having a small army of well eduIn Herca last Saturday In the tntcr- - ini(J mnttcr of establishing an ngricul- many others. Horea College Is ready better cated printers. est of agriculture. UesU.es me tie to help ono to better work, ,ment 8tatlon , connec- Keren College is helping to solve studies and demonstrations already pay, greater uJcfulness and therofoio this problem by tho establishment of under way In charge of Mr. Montgom- - tion with IJerea College Is also under greater happlncsi. ., a School of Printing, offering tree ery. preparations are being made for consideration. If ono wlsheo to bo a gooi ,o.irteH to nil students i)l me voca the besides th- skill of liand, ho must lo offered employment in tho Collego than upon long service, and tional department. Since the woil grounded In atlthmetlc, he must school room is tho best place to learn school in January, 17 students Printing Department. of this leal n to read drnwlngs und should bo A printer's earning capacity depends tho foundation principles of all good havo been enrolled, and nllwhohao Geo. W. Clark. nblo to sketch rapidly and with some principles printing. finished one or more terms havo been m: re upon his mastery of roscmblanco to the object to be represented. If ono would rise from th monotony of repeated tneclmnlcnl and become a superintendent, or a factory xiert. n broader education in physics. In chemistry and In mathematics would help greatly. To become n civil, electrical or mechanical engineer, tho nliove btudles must Hcrrn bu pursued still farther and offers tlrst an Important preparation. If ono chooses the high calling i f tho teacher, as did the incoming president of our country, If he wUlns to ''EM train tho bojB and girls to bo strong, good and useful men and women. If ho seen tho great field open to him as a leader In many directions In th . direct ho can find a community, Herca Col load to Uiat end courleKo with Its splendid teachers' ses Including these In the new uud delightful fields of manual and farm training now being inirouuceu so many schools. If ono would enter tho goveriiniint sorvlco with certain salaries nnd I J side-meat corn-bread, scl-enH j 1 Ho-rs, ! Berea's Vocational Schools g power, combined with general education. FOR YOUNG MKN Agriculture, Carpentry Printing, Commercial. FOR YOUNG LADIES HomeSclcnco, Dresbinaklng, Cooking. Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Gcnoral Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with somo vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others Ilka yourself and glvo chanco for most rapid progress. 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For thuM who are not expecting to teuch and who are not going through College, but deslro moro general education. This Is Just tho thing for thoso preparing for medical studies or other professions without a collego course. It also gives tho best general cducatlou for thoso who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best tralnln g for thoeo who expect to teach. Courses aro so arranged that young pooplo can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on In their course of study. Read Dlnsmoro'o great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door This Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College and provides Is tho straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy lc now Berea's largest department. 6th Door This Is tho crown of the wholo Institution, courses Jn all advanced subjects. standard Questions Answered Berea College with 'As affiliated schorls, Is not a money-makin- g institution. It requires certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the charaetor and reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. AH oxcept those with parents In Berea live In College buildings, and many assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to tho value of their labor. Except in winter it Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of theirexpen-ses- . Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with dlffc-rcn-t people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING F.XPENSES are really below cost. Tin Collego asks no rent for the fine buildings lp which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffieo or extras, $1.35 a week. In the fall, and $1.60 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and is returned when tho student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for caro of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students Is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $C00 ami courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by tho half term. Installments ure as follows: $7.00 In Collegiate BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKINO STUDENTS. uru ... ilar '.,. kiI-nry- .k, - WINTER TKRM VOCATIONAL ANII FOUNDATION KCIIOOLS op-nl- Incidental Feo Room Board ,, ., ,, ACAnKMV AND NORMAL COLLEGE $ 6.00 .. 6 C00 weeks 1, 1913 9.00 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00" $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 Amount due January Board for C .... woeks, due Feb. 12, $20.00 9.00 $29.00 Total for term If paid In advance SPRING Incidental Fee Room Board 5 $28.60 TKRM S30.70 $ 6.00 6.00 6.75 17.75 6.75. 24.50 S3I.70 $ 7.00 C.00 6.7G .. HH1M9 weeks $ 6.00 4.00 6.75 15.75 6.75 22.60 (Pgll!l3!H Amount duo March 26, 1913 .'. .. Board 5 wooks duo Apr. 30, 1913 . 18.75 6.75 25.50 Total for torm If paid In advance $22.00 $24.0O $25.00 gh ( .i.-.- mm greater oportunltles than ever before, if ho would bo a stenographer, bookkeeiKT, observer at the weather bureau, clerk In the customs or draughtsman, dopartment, or engineer, Industrial architect, teacher among tho Indians or a consular representative, Hcrrn Collego offers first aid and right to the point. Tho business limn must understand accounts, buslncrji usages and law, beeldti having a general training In commercial geography, history, tc, all of It offered at Korea. Ono who wishes to bo n prosperou3, IndoiMwdent. modern farmer and nn Influential lendor In his community can get Information at this school In ooll Improvement, In stock raising, In dairying, regarding profitable, crojis, fruit raising, ami all lines of better (arming. To mo daughter of tho fsndij, who IM)st-offl- area's 1 Y. M. C. A. In Chorus "Ithetorlcal ; lesson a week i 12 Woeks for Karm Girls. lessons a week In "Good Food ing." 5 lessons a week In "Arithmetic." llerea Is tho greatest educational for tho Household," j Ac5 lessons a week In "Keeping center In tho State, and offers a weeks courses are: 12 Weeks for Farm Hoys. counts." great inauy long courses. Any college und graduate could como to Herca i lessons a wock In "Moro Corn to , 1 lesson a week In "Hlblo Study." 1 lesscu a week in "Ithetorlcal study a year or two longer taking tho Acre." 4 lessons a week In "Hotter Stock Work." some of our electlvo Btudles. Also: 12 weeks for Carpenter's Start. Hut at tho same tlmo Herca hands for Market." 4 lessons a week In "Letter Wrlt- 12 weeks for Telegraphy. out "Something good for vveiy 12 woeks for Bricklaying. (Special coiner," and takes particular palus'to Ing." S lessons a week In "Arithmetic." Po.) provide that tho student who cau bo the 5 lessons a week in "Keeping Ac12 wouks for Teacher's Review. hero for only the 12 weeks of 12 wooks for Bookkeeper's Start. winter term fliall go homo loaded counts," 32 For oxpeuses see next column. V lesson a week In "Bible Study." with benefits. Some of these WHAT BEREA COLLEGE CAN FOR YOUJN ONE TERM DO Work." 4 4 lessons a week In "Good Clothing for tho Household." 4 lessons a week iu "Letter Writ- This does not Include tho dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Full Winter Total Sfriitf Stenography and Typewriting .. ..$14.00 $12.00 $10.00 . $36.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .. .. 14.00 12.00 10.00 36.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 7.00 6.00 5.00 18.00 Business courso studies for students In other departments: Stenography 10.50 9.00 7.60 27.00 Typewriting, with one hour's uso 7.00 .COO 5.00 1S.00 of Instrument Com. Law, Com. Goog., Com. C.iO 1.S0 1X0 Arlth., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at d Any Berea If thore is the will to do so. It Is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young pooplo wasto time In the public schools going over and over the samo things, when they might bo Improving much foster by coming to Berea and starting in on new studies with some of the beat young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants must brine or send a testimonial showing; 'that they are above 15 years old, In good health, and of good characUr. This may be signed by some formsr Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, Hurry! Sond $1.00 to engago room. Term opens, Jan. 1, 1913. For Information or friendly advice write to tho Secretary, able-bodie- D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. GET I December READY FOR 19, 191a. JINTER TERM ' lego opens mar KL,r: lPVflWnX7jHiB aVBafaBBBiBia lr"C . ,,SMsaiaaaasis.-- . - - sattAJl Y. W. Girls You Will Know at Berea.- .- C A. Chorus Tho Winter Turin of Uerca Col- on Wednesday, Jan. lat. Students should bo on hand It possible on Monday or Tuesday hut It la not advisable for them to como that tlmo, Tho attendance in all dopartmeuta has been growing very rapidly, and last winter a good many studenta hud to bo turned away for luck of accommodations. Tula year some new buildings aro under construction, and several dwelling houses will bo equipped for uso of atudents. It Is very Important, however, for all that aro Intending to bo hero to engage rooma In advance A moment's thought will show that It Is Impossible to pro, (do accommodations for on unlimited num ber on short notice All who Intend Term to bo hero for tho Winter l should wrlto Immediately, and deposit for reservaOno Dollar for tion of a room so that wo shall bo suro thnt they aro really coming. 1 shall bo glad to correspond and ana- wcr questions. Cordially yours, D. Walter Morton, Secretary, Bcrca, Ky be-fo- ro LOW FARES TO THE Fertile Northwest i Tickets and UOIWD-TRI- P rates. Travel on the at lowest prevailing ONM'-WAV j j Northern Pacific Ry and connecting lines, to Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, or to the Canadian territory. Will send free illuMratol literature ami full information promptly upon request. It costs you nothing. C. KA TOiW HUW Wt IlAuH UlnLO IU otllj CCUllland sewing In Berea. thu lessons In tho Mfth tirade In Model Schools. In this class, 1 find that It Is no difficult task to interest tho little girls In making beautiful stitches, If they havo bad somt! hand work In Urn Primary School, or at home. Wo teach them the application of their hand work, In making sewing bags, or perhaps some useful little article that mother may uso at home, such as dust cloths, holder for hot things about the kitchen stove, etc. Some of tho simple fancy stltchc3 the plain aro taught along with otltches, thus keeping the child Inwo begin giving terested. In one class of Foundation School girls, the teacher learned that every girl had had scmo experience with machine, and In this case, n cnu-in. . " . a garment was made, every stitch i i In thu lccsons' careful making n Hat tolled seam, hemming I lllllH fllPlliml. n...t..lil rf liln-- ,lIfTO and s wing gathering, button-holeon buttons were taught, and a garment made thnt may be worn. A girl who has learned to make a garment with well finished s'ams ndu nnd corners cecuroly fastened toof thread, the garment fastened gether neatly with buttons and -holes, this girl curely has ih some more valuable lessens than She merely those of hand sewing. lma lparnnd natlcnce. and tlu value of accurate work, and that no false or sham work U durable. In the Vocational School Borea liau been offering two courses In sowing. In the Homo Sclenco Course which Is planned to cover two years work, sewing Is required In the first year ' am0lmt of work l8 required , ,,,. me gins uuiius wi iv..... i j a,,d corset cover. tr,mmed drawcr3 s, buttonI ,a,iu riiimu'l s by drafted patterns, nil outing drees with embroidered of the week. -- The In A of Mil Evans Is very ill. fant protincted meeting will begin at 'Maple drove, Saturda), conducted by the Rev. David Parker. Floyd Muwn and this wlfo are visiting home foIKs week. Married. Dec. 15th, Crnnvill. We Ijiiirn Scott. i ...... ... MIu-- j t -wish the young couple much Joy Miss Lucie Singleton Is visiting her the right j Eastern Kentucky News this ed back to their old home at JACKSON COUNTY place. Luther Powell who was burnman. ed a few weeks ago is Improving. Hugh, Dec. 16. Eggs have dropped John Webb passed through here Sunfrom 2Sc to 20c W. It. Benge made day with a large drove of cattle. a business trip to Dreyfus, Sunday. Samuel Ahner nnd Mrs. Collins were Tom Azbill visited relatives in Hap-p- united In marriage, Dec. 5th. It was Hollow, Saturday night. Everett the second marriage of each ot them. Benge visited John Henry, Saturday Fred Jones of Dreyfus spsnt last night. Robert Smith and Miss Fran- week with his bister, Ethel Williams. ces Azbill were united in marriage He and Boy Click went wild-chuntat the home of the bride, Dec. 12th. ing Friday night. 31ay joy and happiness be their fate. ' ISAACH Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Hunt will Uav week. Isaeas, Dec. H.The weather confor Mtddletown, Ohio, next Blcknell arrived, Dec. 11th, tinues fair but cold. Frank Hellard from Bloomington, 111., whsre he has and Lewis Wilson purchnsed a steam been for some time. John Blcknell mill from Dr. Robert King and mov vis-- It ed it to Pond Creek near C. Cope s and Nan Blcknell are expected to parents on Chestnut shop. J. V. Davis has gone to Cor-bl- n tho former's to visit friends and relatives. Ridge, Christmas. It. 1. Hale of this a A Merry fJeoriro Sesilu has been building place Is not very well. chimney for Geo. Pennington. Miss Christmas to all. Sparks of Clay County while visitMoKKK was ing her sister, Mrs. Susie PenningMonday McKee, Dec. 10. place, was. suddenly takton of this County Court day. There was a large en 111 with a savore attack of pneu- crowd in town. The Silver Lining a monla but is improving now. Mos s Circle of Kings' Daughters had Penn- Friday evening. Each Edwards has purchased Ceo. banquet last were lngton's entire stock of furniture. member invited some one. There Is bulldln? a new George Flleds several after dinner speeches, and the barn. F. Cornelius Is repairing his was enjoyed by; all. whole affair on water mill. Henry Lewis will preach School closed at McKeo Academy at Pigeon Roost school house, Suntho 13th. Tho new term will open, George 22. "Mr. and Mrs. Clark has gone to day, Dec. Jan. 6th. W. II. re in Davis and Mrs. Annie Brewer Boonevllle to defend some parties J.D.Hays sold guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. HackCourtr-- Dr. tho Circuit er, Saturday. Jeff Hurley has sold his farm on Birch Lick last week his farm to "Mr. Leonard Hacker. to J. B. Hays. L. C. Little sold J. L. Davis has purchased a farm lam and lot last week to J. K. Spark on Pond Lick from a Mr. Crank. of Kingston for $320. Uev. Lunsford FOXTOWN. preached In the Christian Church, Saturday ulght and Sunday. Hev. 1. T. J. Sloan and Foxtown. Dec. 1C.- -A. Messier preached In the Chapel, sun 'has 'of was dav n cut. Jailer U V. Morns .,...., iinmiitnn n.. thu latter nart of moved His saw mill to me t,raig .. I'arland place. Geo. C. Johnson vislast week on a pleasure trip. ited at llcKee, Saturday and Sunday. KKHIIV KNOII on Kerby Kuob, Dec. 15. A small -- D. C. Gay and Frank visited Lizzie Dlllard Durham Birch Lick, Sunday.-M- Us child of Mr. and Mrs. Ida Gay. Sunday. was seriously burned, Saturday, by Rose visited Miss It Is Music was enjoyed thruout the day. clothes catching on fire. Its uhOnlu . Sunt. J. u ta feared It Inhaled the flames and that John In this part last week. Quito an ex may prove y , I to the lust. He became a member i f LAUREL COUNTY 'he Baptist church last July, and since 'Martha Singleton, at this plat". aunt, VIVA RMtllM ..n1,nM. Tltn trlrlu nrn nllPrlt that tlmo ho has been living the life Wallace Unwell Is Humbert d among, Viva, Dec. 12. Miss Emma Jones of an upright Christian. A few minu by means of wimples, which etitches tho sick. visit tes before, his death ho taug, of Mildred after an extended 'I when completed form a biok of Illus I with her sister at KiioxvllU Is now would not bo denied,'' and reM'iiti'd MADISON COUNTY trations for the lessons taught. They HiHiidlng a few weeks with her Mu nil the commandments. He leaves a lll.l'K LICK learn to take correct measurements Dec. 16. Mr. and Mrs. ter, Mrs. Newman, before returning I wlfo and one child, a father, mother, underBlue Uck, and draft simple patterns ff Vance wns seriously three brothers and two sisters and Diivh garments, using their patterns In tut- iinnrv leiiEfellner gave me .mm..- iimmv the Wild Cat mines by the , a host of friends to mourn his losn. mrt of Hickory Plain a social, rrlthey make. lxple ting out the garments j railing 01 a large piece m day night, In honor ot .misj .miiu-Ills remains weic laid to rest In the The last lessons have been devotcocoa i.mlu Ethel Jones toll from a tree liimlly grave yard. to making all sorts of pretty nnd Wilson's birthday. Cake and ed very badly hurt, were served. Frauk llurdette, wife ast week and was dainty and useful articles for Christdaughter spent last Jun- - a doctor was called who thought the and little mas presents, place. -day with Dlllard Anderwm nnd faml- shoulder was thrown out of Edllha Lou Sperr. Pond r The school at this place will close, ly at Whites Station. May Interesting very and children of Garrard County spent Doc. 20th. with a Invited to last week with her mother, Mrs. Jont s program. Everybody Is Willie Edwards visited hlB Maupln. The following joung pcopl ' come. Robert Jones has gave Miss Nettle Durham a birthday mother, Sunday. of Berea College ... . mnvoil tn I'lttsbure and John (!lll Department niuiii. "v 1 uuhiiij HiiriiriM'. rr...i.. tup,., Tin. Dave moved In the house vncated by him. Stanley and Egbert Johnson, Tho Misses Etta nnd Emma Jones (The Citizen is a specimen oi Johnson, Will and Water Evans, LuSaturday. our work.) ther "Maupln, Leonnrd Hatfield, John were shopping In Londn, Born to Mr and Mrs. Jno. Harrison Benge, Willard Mctol Jones, Wlllard HAND-niLlLETT Eft- ITIINTS very , nnil thn Miss, s 'a bov. The mother has been Is suffering HEADS, CAltDS. KKTOKTS, 8EIV Nancy. Sarah nnd Alice Wilson. Id.i sIckMrs. Lucy bears on MONS AND BOOKS IN THE DEBT and Llzilo Maupln, Bettle Blcknell. gtent pain from dropping an Iron Sarah Jones, Sarah Kcrby, Ldla Hat-- 1 her foot. LOWEST AND AT MANNER, ULAl UUUWXI Held and Mllly Benge. --Jeff Wilson to Berea. 1 im: and family have moved Vine, Dee. 8. The farmers of (his Vour patronage la aiktd to OWSLEYCOUNTY placo aro nlxnit done gathering corn. I'USKV studnnts. and to Insura A.Edwards.Supt.KoendationSchool Thos Campbell who has "Miss Sophia . . nnd Mrs. John Posey. your cetllnrc your money's worth. ......M. B. flV(,r ,8 ,lm,r(,vmg. " to J"" CALL AT THE OFFICE On SEND .; Culton of a,chmond filled his regu- 8 Ballard r' "J L.zde Durham. - .Sn.Uh fori.'.-M- rs. lar aplntment at the llruah Creek v j Mr Su OIIDEIIS BY MAIL. YOU WILL GET ,iag Saturday a.,d Sun- Baptist church last ,a'n ' Mrs. SATISFACTION. TERMS CASIL AD day.-Ha- rdln monla fever. Is some better. 'Moore has had his store L aI " . ke ""nlJ !!, William Pennington Is reported ve.y DRESS house and dwelling newly painted. 0 Mary H.eo McW at this wr.tlng.-M- Iss They look very much Improved. We "a d Bonds n (Jny hope others will do likewise about School Berea ' and Mrs. D.ive Burns - week.-.- Mr. A. J. Balingr preached Cll.nax.-R- ev. T 0 but have moved Into the housa vacated BEREA, KY. f""n ai at Grassy Springs. Saturday and Sun- - j w... b, a lie,.- 'day. returned home. Monday. C C. C,ark.-T.- ,re u . collar and cuffu and a nainsook night (lit-sfor summer wear, a petticoat or princess slip, a shirt waist inndo by drafted pattern, and n simple muslin diess suitable ftr a graduation gown, aro Uio required garments. Our clnss of Foundation School girls who dsoto two hours inch day to Home Science work, spend half of in thnt time In sewlnc and half last Traveling Immtg. Agent, 40 :'. .fth AY. , Cincinnati, O. .- -. Berea Printing School -- Mi-u- ' ' W " Z S- ''" - - ' 1 j IIIILAMIII Orlando, Dec. 14. We are having tome cold weather of late. Mr. and Mrs. Anclln who have been visiting relatives at Dlsputanta havo returned Married. Dec. 12th. Chester home. Singleton to .Mrs. Jally Adams.' Tlie ceremony 1001; inura u.i me uumw ii tho bride. Thu bride and groom were accompanied homo by Curt Singleton and Miss Jaahan Adams. Ben Iang-for- d and Miss Mary Soloun paid their many friends and relntlvts a vlBlt S 1? '""' ln f tin !.'nl1ri2 T lU ltr school house the fifth Sunday of this month. G. W. Browning and his lit tlo son who have been on the sick Win. Mr. ami Mrs. list are Creech of Garrard County, are visitnr.,1 Mm a ..ltl.... If- - U II ...lo. 1.' . I. Il!llf ing at this place. Ross Wilson, who viDllllib and Mrs. ?.lark Garrett Sunday been very low with typhoid f,v-e- r. were visiting ni .ir. juuub, siuu- - has Is reported a lltlo better 1. At t ... ,lay.- -A prouacieu meeng ...It! ,,, , ,, fnrIll nt who Q gin tho fourth Sunday In this month at Cllfty church. Aunt Martha Main- moved to this neighborhood. Corn ous spent Friday with Mrs. Emily U selling nt fifty cents a bushel. Rowland. iVntiltiL'ton Ik very poorly at slon this week at Boonevllle. were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Klncald near visiting his father and other relatives last Saturday and Sunday. iMrs. R. I). Halo nnd children were V, M1 "Ji S"Sho,,i SS'lWTtl ' lM Printing Houses to Rent To thorn who havo children to 4 In Baroa fai eat and with to a tongar or thorttr tlma to tnjoy IU ducjtlonil advantagas, th Callagi .Mr. rld - -- K'VTlSf ... WJ" i"'" on the r... JACKSON COUNTY BANK ',.rt" oi McKee'. Coun,7 26 iinti'i this writing. haa a numbtr of houaaa, largo mall, aoma of an! thm partly tarma. furnlahad, AddrotM of J....0..W n Count of daT of November. 10U. - K.n,. Il.nk. dolne l.u.Ine., at lb. at ,h. c.o.e of bu.lne,. opgoURCES 51,840 08 f.Ot.Sl 484.80 37 nfill H'i "- Vine, IK'C. 13. lnst Sunday moru-- . Ing nt eleven o'clock, Ross Wilson, nays ago 17 years 7 months nnu Tho drendful dlseaw typhoid died. seized him aa Its victim. His suffer ings wero great but he fought bravely to rant an raaaonabl a THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. LollU8 an,j Discounts ' Overdraft, secured uutl unsecured stocks, Houdn and other Securities I uo 1 IUI1I lltllllin...... Canh onjiaud . . f uii iii.bii ami rtl Imp v, . . uuivnn unit uiihi en " I toilta . BEREA TELEGRAPH SCHOOL New Equipment in Large Well - fatal. the Injury In thla vicinity Reece has been 111 with scarlet fever citement prevails BI. J. over Wm. Johnson's encounter with for the last three weeks. Into a panther, Tuesday. T. G. Gay made Smith and family havo moved begin a business trip to Cincinnati, Friday. new dwelling. Ho will their -- rQulto a stir exists among tho canbuilding a new store house soon, what wero didates In thla County as to Bob Smith and Frances Azbill conquietly married ut tho homo of tho party eomo belong. But nil aro fident that the G. O. P. will win In bride, Dec. 12th. We wish them u life Miss Lizzie future elect Ion 8. of success and happiness. visited their sisWild and brother ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ter, Mrs. Elmer Click, Sunday. Sever-u- l CLIMAX from this Place are planning to at Ed Trultt of Climax. Dec. lit. Berea thla winter. tend school at Mrs. J. D. Hatfield has been serious- - iJucksou County was visiting friends 1v 111 fm- - tllft llHHt" week. Laura at Climax, the 18th and 19th. Ktnery J ' hnu trAiia fn fiuinrax MUU eVV to Annville to Amyx lost his house, household gocds UUI J'VIIWJ attend school this winter. Mr. und and about forty dollars In cash a few the last uuys ugo oy lire, no occupiw Mrs. John Williams who 8eni vear In Illinois havo come back to widow Lake's property near Plney O. Flnell this place to mako their future home. Grove, Jacksou County. T. J. Click passed thru this place of Klrksvlllo went home, Tuseday, the first ot last week huyln;; turkeys. and has not returned. He la having Wiley Smith and family who spent his tobacco stripped and marketed last year In Garrard County have mov that he raised In this locality. Uev. I ; Hanking Houho, Furniture and ... . . .w hutures . ..... 11,837.82 1 THE in l.lltld.iw i tn ir 1,00 i.uu AO') Lighted Room, Berea Hospital Nurse Trainiig Scho! Berea College Total.... S. LIABILITIES 103,518.70 WE TEACH Science Elcctricty as applied to the leicgrapn; of f Capital Stock paid in, Surplus Fund I in cash Undivided Profits, IeB expenses mid taxes paid S70-B3...l.ln.l In .ilmxlr ' niiujvv. " ' .70 . ' 11,1 12.00. Time Deposit Cashier s checks outstanding r.,.ilo WJUnim . . 15,000.00 1 ,600.00 HAS BEST OPERATINO XOOM PRACTICAL 2,372.00 Railroading, Train Orders AND ALL MODERN APPLIANOBf and .. Western Union Messages oi.utu. o I .Total.. .1. 103,518.70 STATE OF KENTUCKY,) c' County of Jackson. j Wo D Careful Instruction by an Experienced Railroad Operator Of LIMITED NUMBMB PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREAT MENT OREATLT INCREASES PROSPECTS OF RECOVERY. A FOR CAItE dr named Hnnk. do solemnlv swear that bent of our knowledge nnd belief, q Collier and J. It. II..... llr..ul.l....l linjn, irniimm There is a steady demand for comun.l wwiumi .1.1. mii. OauKiurnf tl.u ulinvu petent operators at good wages. the above statement is true to the Thomas A. Edison, Andrew Carne- ..,.. gie and many other great men beD. O. Collier, President. gan as operators; why not VOL'? J, It. Haven, Cashier. Come and Begia this Interesting 'Subsuribed and sworn to before ine this 0 day of Dec., 1012. Study, Jao. 1, 1913 Hector Johnson, Clerk Jacksou Circuit Court. Rates On Dollar dajr and Ilond for prompt payment rqnlr4 For furtiw particulars Mdrwa THE BEREA HOSPITAL BEREA, KY. REMEMBER JANUARY 1ST! See page 1 and page 7