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FAULKNER, Msnsger gnttttt nl ISf t at Perm, AV, mntl-ntltt- imwt (ilM Devoted, to Fivn cents a copy. kTheInterests the Citizen tlie of Mo-ULnteLixi Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. People One Dollar a year. No. 20 Vol. XIV. BEREA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER 20, 1912 SEE TO MAKE THE. UNFIT FIT To make the unfit fit. This nns the mission of Jesus. This is of tho Christian. This is the call of tlin mission of Christianity Christmas. To make the unfit fill The momentous significance of the Obwords I A new law of life is discovered, revealed, introduced. ligation is fastened upon tho fit, and the greater the fitness the not of the fit to the fit but of the fit to the greater the obligation unfit. Deforo JemiH came evolution reigntd and "the survival of the fittest" was the law in turn of plant, of animal, and of human pro. it relentless, a heartless 1iw. The strong survived, not the gress best, and the weak uere cast aside, no tears being shed over Iheir stones They existed, if for any purjMit-e- , only iih passing for the fit. There was no brotherhood of man. Selfishness ruled in the individual and in the nation. Stieugtb, fitness, power did not imply obtigHtion. inculcated a new prin-ciplBut Jesus put into practice a new rule the rule of unselfishness aud the principle of obligation. He set himself against evolution. He inaugurated a new order of evolution. He gave a new definition to " fitnesH." The fittest are still to of soul that is recogsurvive, but it is fitness of heart aud mind nized now to be of supreme value, ami iiot ph)sicnl fitness merely. No individual is to be cast aside because of physical deformity or the in the most Under the uew order I he t chance of environment. uufit surroundings is susceptible to the touch from above and the The hand of the lit must be outstretched to the lens fortunate. supreme obligation of the fit is to make the unfit fit. We nre fortunate. The obligation is upon us then to better the fortune of others. We nre happy. Our happiness has no reward unless it knows how to kindle its like in other lives. We are well and strong. Our health aud vigor have no virtue unless we spend thnm in creating like conditions in the less fortunate Wo are pure chaste in word and thought. Our virtue must not waste of heart its sweetness on the desert air. but must catch into other lives. We know tho Christ, the King. Our knowledge is but half knowledge unless it is imparted to those who know not. Then what is the Chriftttnas spirit and where is it? It is not seen in the swapping of gifts, either valuable or useless. It is not in the exchnnge of gewgaws. It is not in noise", in revelry, in drunkenness. It is not in nnything selfish. It is where obligation binds; tho strongest. It is in the hand that reaches down the farthest and in the life " that lures to brighter worlds and pulls up the hardest leads tho way;" ministering " unto the least of these, my brethern;" making the unfit fit for his Kingdom. hj-ar- CHRISM AN FOR For the Best Men's Shoes Men's Suits Men's Shirts Men's Underwear Men's Hats Men's Trousers AND STOVES and RANGES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS Exclusive agent for "The Foster Line" Cat Rales on Comforts and All Wool Blanker "THE FURNITURE MAN" Men's Overcoats SEE J bri$lttw$ 0antKH 3ta ercraktf QMttkr Pet ce WORLD NEWS Envoys Making; Little Progress Powers Agree on Albanian Au tonomy Military Honors for Late An Ot tom or voket, Stag VmA ever M M ImMU, mttn, rtxt) om rroa ht cUtptog o! R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY UNITED STATES NEWS IK The Luuccr. ANOTHEIl PROTEST Ureat Britain has submitted anmw of nx mn. other protest to tho United States Stag sow or tin Mgtrt wtK 3mj government concerning Panama Can al tolls, claiming that the exemption of tho United States coasting OHtk gltf muutkiit from tolls Is a dlreci violation Ertaft hope to tlx Mtlcts! treaty with C dark MdM If a4 cam of our Arbitration tho Ilrllish GovernIs of tho dispute ment. proposed. Tho American press is lar RIm, hope or tin 4gt$, arlK, like Irom unanimous In Us approval ot tfxtwi, tho recent act of Congress to which JID HHtcb Tto to wle, alt team Great Urltaln objects. &Ut 44 ORC! LITTLE PROGRESS TOWARD PEACE How, Wflki or bJttk, tin MurdKt or Turkey backed down In her threat would bo broken, east, west, Honb and tomb, kt tin that negotiations week, it tho Greek as rcnorted last Rita qturrtl eaut delegates did not withdraw from the Stag tlx song or great joy that tbe conference, aud tho conferences wero itMt were hfm tm by An OUR OWN STATE Vis-oe- U tdig Sensible Gbdstmas Xeaoue WILL be brave enough to give only where love and sympathy and helpfulness make giving worth xvhile. I will not turn Christmas day into a day of barter and exchange. I will make those whom I love and who love me happy, and bring joy, as Wf Adjournment of Congress-Presid- ent Congressman Stanley Announces for the Senate Former Commissioner Taft Goes to Panama Bell's Defence; Rhodes ScholarGov. Wilson Holds Conferences ship Awarded Christmas Seals not with Leaders Arbitration Urged Selling Well. Relations with Mexico Strained The Dynamite Trials. ANOTHER CANDIDATE Beckham Is not to have tho field to himself In his raco for tho United States Senate. Though the first to announce, he has now an nvowed competitor In tho person of Congressman A. O. Stanley of tuo Second district, and no doubt nn who knows how to take care , of himself at least to advertise him-self. Politics will bo as Interesting as ever In Kentucky In 1913, especially along about primary election time. And wo may expect the wires to bo pulled as Interestingly as in the famous primary between Beckham nnd 'McCreary. Ex-Go- v. nt i4 II bcgaN, Stag or glory to 6od agl$ tOMMI Bark, lotalMg ad I sleced garrisons. Tlio little progress that Is being mado toward h dcflnlto peaco agree-meless." gives rlso to tho susplclou that tho Turka aro dallying for tlmo ly presenting ono Impossible probitm nr tor another. that lipixirtR oomo from Bulgaria tho allies can easily prolong tho war for six months, and that thuy aro not CHRISTMAS NUMBER greatly averse to doing so. Their SCHOOL BEGINS WITH NEW YEAR! Wo go to prccs early this week but plan of operations would possibly bo our readers will mUs nono ot tho us- ti await tho attack of the 'lurKs Winter Term Opens, Wednesday, ual good features. along tho Chataldja lines, while press Jan. I, 1013. Attentton la called to all tlio articles ing tho slego of Adrlanoplo and other appropriato to tho day aud our Inter- bcleagurcd cities. All Bcrea says, Welcomes pretation of tho Christmas 8plrlt as AGREEMENT OF THE GREAT Armies ot men havo been working set forth In the editorials. POWERS fiom daylight till dark, and some afthe of Roau the uiinoiiiiciiii-n- t Great ter dark, gettlug ready for tho stuIn tho confereuco of tho opening of tho Winter Twin. England. France, Russia, dents, now aud old, who will be here Powers. being Germany. Austria and Italy, at opening of term. CONTENTS OFJHIS ISiUE carried on In London simultaneous Tho Now Dcrmltory for Vocational an Girls will bo ready for roomers, tho ly with tho Peaco Conference, PAGE ONE agreement has been reached on ona tho attic class rooms may ,nU be News of tho Week. point that promised much trouble, equipped until a few days later. In Bercn. Strenuous Times tlio autonomy of Albania. Tho agreeTho "great whlto way," lighted School Begins with Now Year. ment is said to provide 'for tho com- by electricity, will connect Mt. VintPAGE TWO. mercial access of Servla to tho Ad on Street with the campus, and 100 Editorials. riatic, howovcr. young men, in cliargo of tho Prjs!-dont- 's Christmas Stories. LATE AMUASSAPOR HONORED Secretary, David O. Bowman, PAGE THREE Tho body of Whttolaw Rcld, Amorl- - will havo great and good times climbSunday School Lesson. can Ambassador to tha court of St. ing that hill! Homo Courao in Domestic Science, has moro h?at Tlio Oymnaslum James, who died In Londou last week, PAGE FOUR Is being brought to tho United States and moro light, and will afford plenLocals. ty of recreation oven on 6tormy In a British war vessel. PACE K1VE The highest military honors wero days. its Last Christmas was a Year Ago. paid tho body, as it started on Tho Boarding Hall will expand, tho PAUE SIX Collcgo occupying tho South Annex, Journoy. tho Normal the East Uasjment, tho Serial Story. cxaltcth a nation, Academy, Righteousness ' tin tho West Bassmcut, I'AOE SEVEN Hut Bin Is a reproach to any peoVocational, the West Annex, and the Intensive Farming ple. Solomon. Foundation School tho Main Dining Good Itoads tho Cheapest. Room. J)ONT BORROW. Sprites. Tho a Send .In your dollar to engage DON'T WASTE. t'AUE ElOHT (ContluuM on fourth rit) A penny saved Is a penny earned. Eastern Kentucky News. l o'er Oh bcapm dark Dlgbt Is eiidtag awl dm iw begin t Rhe, hope or tbe ages, arise Hkt ibe $im jni speech now to music, all beans beat as oik! Q ui resumed. Now tho TurklBh dclcgaUs or good win which nrn maklnc another demand, Is practically sure of rejection that ebon they bo allowed to rcvlctual tneir oe far as I am able, to those who otherwise would have no joy to the poor, the lonely, the ill, the old, the friendless, aud the helpSign Here nt After being In session a little more than two weeks, Congress adjourned on the 19th for the holidays or until Jan. 2nd. But very llttlo has been dono more than to effect nn organization during who tho two weeks, tho Dsmocrats, nro already In tho majority in tne House, showing but little Inclination to act uuon any measure recommend ed by the President and practically refusing to even confirm the custom ary appointments. The president, however, nas men exceedingly affable and temperate in his demands, plainly showing that he wishes to conccdo everything possible to the incoming administration. Continued ou page five Continued ou paE fiT STRENUOUS TIMES IN BEREA Extract from the St. Joseph Weekly Journal of April Oth, I860 recalls stirring events of Berea's early days The paper ts In possession of a Berea resident. "Lexington, Ky., Mar. 27. A man named Hanson, recently expelled from Couuty, Kentucky, Borca, '.Madison with John G. Foo, returned, nnd tho Commlttco again ordered him f.i- -' tho county. Hanson, with twcnty-fl"'- 1 or thirty associates armed with rifles, fired upon tho Committee. Nobody w'ounded. Hansen's party retired and barricaded themselves In a houso. Tho Commltteo, cotnpostd or tlility, aro armed of twenty-flv- o with revolvers. A military forco haa been ordered from Lcxingttn. It is thought the disturbance will soJn be quelled." Tho paper from which the extract of above Is quoted Is in po3S2Sslcn Mrs. A. J. Johnston, of Boren. Though not accurato In details It is a reminder of the days when llfo in Berea was strenuous. Many of tho old residents will remember tho Incident referred to but to tho younger generation and to now comers !t may bo "news." Brown In the year of tho John Continued on pane fire NOW IS THE TIME to see us about your Kool. Winter is now here. The price ol steel Orders arc coming in fast. is advancing rapidly. The Best Time is Right Now. Drop us a card in order to get you on our list. Berea School of Roofing HENRY LENGFELLNER, Mgr. the quality of workmanship and the right price. $5.00 per square for a roof worth $6.00 to $7.00 is cheaper tliart $4.00 for a roof worth only $3.99. Just like your Galvanized fence so your Galvanized Roofing wjl rust if you get the cheap kind. We have the goods r Pace Two. THE CITIZEN ' December 26, 1912. The Citizen A FIRST CHRISTMAS TREE A. FAIR THAT MADE frOOOKHOKH familf newspaper for all that true and Interesting. rtilillahtd It right, Kjr ttxy Thursday t litre. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J, (Incormrotfst) p. Faulkner, Editor and Manager, Ruhnrlntlon Rates PAYAIU.lt Mix Month). Three Months IN AtlVANCK Out Year . . . . . iS or Hne Annie) Send money liy Post-offiOnlcr. Draft, Registered Letter, or one ami two tent stamps. The date after jour name on lahet shows to what date your subscription Ispnld If it l not chanireil within three viceks after renewal notify u. Missing numliera will lie gladly supplied If we are notified, r tiMtal irrtn oiien to ntv who obtain new subscription ...... us. Any one endine us four for -- noro dramatic Incidents than those which haro corao down to ui, and out of the forests nnd snows of northern Europe, whoro tho -- J v cross confronted prevailed against the hammer of Thor Often tho crisis camu nt Christmas, which happened to correspond with tho Yulotldo festival, at the time of tho winter solstice. Longfellow has used ono of theso stories In "King Olafs Christmas." dticcd no half-historhalf-myt- conflict B"" HE Christianity heathenism of with pro. THE CHRISTMAS OF TODAY ancient streets nre nblaze with countless dec traditions of trie lights. Electric telephones and ChilKimas time telegraph nre wishing every ono man; fva-!S rfi Pi Jj have been handed happy returns of tho day. Tho wiregenera less carries "Merry Christmas" Irott Ij f down A J9 j!! j'J ! Hon to generation ship to ship and the electric rallc ' f(lr "f Hashes the good 'tc I 1U 111 " vlV yean the holiday around the earth. will of govornmnutl , . . ii mil, The new electric ovens slzr.lo with lion 'inln'i' nnd tho roasting turkey nnd the elect rlt of lit'i1 'lint Move Is rushed to prepare tho many naught save It an- appetizing viands for which the day cient lure and cus- of feast calls. Electric nre in Jingling; tom!" lotnnln. electrical musical Instrn this tiny the old ments furnish tho music for the Christfottu nf celebrating mas carols; the electric motors, which As the vile havo worked so faithfully In prepar Hie day Is seldom seen log vanished with the advent of the Ing the many valuable presents of 1 einvo bo the simple ways which thousand different varieties, nre en annexed the youngsters of yesterday Joying a day's rest after tho hustling have (llnpM:irc(l and in theii stead days of tho holiday trade comes an endless lln of Useful Christmas Presents. devices. Tho dolls of to day open and close their eyes nnd oven Year by year It grows more the ens tifienk; Hie toy sietiiu train runs liy torn to mnko Christmas presents Just real slentn power; the miniature elec- as useful as poasllile. While expense tric inr Is driven by real electilclty; Is not considered bo material as It the toy Hnluinls ami Insects move u.sed to be It Is lntortnnt Hint Hi' about like tent life. Now Christmas gifts should be useful as. uell as or trees nre purchased nt tho grocery nntiicutnl. This Is as It should bo store nnd are Illuminated nt nlxlit Hero again electricity finds n useful with liny elect! lo lights instead of field. Tho development of the i lrctrlc candles. Instead of Mipcorn balls and heating nnd cooking devices has add cnrnupoplas of enndy tho tree Is dec- ed a host of valuable and useful thlnnt orated with gilt and tinsel rops nnd which nro always acceptable Christ More automobile horns aro mas gifts. The electric chnllng dish stars I'eard now on Christmas day than electric shaving mug nnd electric cof flelgh bolls Steam heat nnd elec- fee percolator will he numbered tric initiators take the place of open among the most conspicuous of use flrns nnd plenty of money ti.akes tho ful Christmas presents. Tho eloo (fay oven more enjoyable than oer trlcal list also contains electric fiat Irons, electric cookers, luminous radl Lufi'H r.tors. massage machlnos, hnlr ilryots Much Due to Electricity. curling lion heaters, water he.Vers Electricity, which hni I mm led ev-nook mill cranny of life today, has1 tea kettles, baby in Ik warmer nnd h BHsNtod mote than any one thing In number of other useful things, not tit modernizing the Christmas cole ira mention tho electric toys This jour will sot; less money want lion The electric cars httr'-- Ch.Nt-macnlleis from house to house On ed for useless trinkets than ever e A TOWNWAKE OP OO-IOI- OUR BOYS and - GIRLS CHOXH- - CH Nf'vvJ1) y TTjas MILE tile Bowling Green's School Gati- ng Beat Ifi3 Circus. MARCO KNEW. ( f, zr and door-bell- s -.. I , .. for hfmelf for one year. Adterllslng rate on application. MPMSRR OF M..TIil'jl!fil (rrr Another, vor and ! the site of the first Christian church In north Germany. Bonlfnco, who must not bo confuted with any of tho nine popes who bore tho nnmo, was a Briton by birth, and his name was Wynfrlth Declining KKNTUCKY I'KKrfH ASSOCIATION. high ecclesiastical honor, he chose to be a mtrslonary to the rude tribes of CONVENTION' tho German forests. Of theso trlbrs THE PROGRESSIVE Tacitus tells us; nnd wo know that Tho Progressive Convention which they were lmplncnble In war and assembled la Chicago, two woel.s bloody In their worship, but that ngo, wns rather In the nature of ti nmong their virtues was a marked lovo feast. Tho most Important bust- - purity of private life and lovo of home. nesa transacteit was the arrangement Each yenr theso people sacrificed to study progressive for a committee to their gods. Ono of their holiest legislation In Europe and tha moving shrines was a great oak at Gelsmar. of the general offices to New York There they gathered at midnight at City. the winter solstice, nnd offered a fair Of course, Sir. Koosevelt was the lad as a sacrifice to call back the recentral figure and Beverldge, pos- - treating sun. Thus they were assembled at the slbly, second. A significant from Mr. Hoosevclt'a speech is tho Yuletlde In the year 724. As the midnight approached, an old priest raised following: par- tho hammer to strike down tho child, "No man should com" into this when Boniface Interposed a strong ty with tho Idea that he can eutab- - arm and an eager word. He told them on It. Every man must of a child who was born seven hunlish a claim be content with tho chance It offers dred years before, nnd how he showed to men that they need offer no for servtco and sacrifice." He told them If this santence expresses the real more bloody sacrifices. sentiment of the Progressive party, of the lore of God and the beauty of and If all Its members can be Induc- his lorvlco. Tho stern men heard and Urged by the heroic mised to llvo according to It, It Is tiw believed. sionary, they hewed down the dark organization we have been looking thunder-oak- , the scene of so many I ! In which real religious fermoral heroism play a part. Is the story of the first Christmas tree. Thero stands at Altenbcrgen, In northern Germany a statue erected In 1811 In honor of Saint Boniface; and tho placo of tho stntuo It said to bo y ry I s Chrlstii':i eve tho buildings aud fore for. HOW THE STATE IS TO RETRENCH "fotchlng" report was lssu"d Frankfort, tho 15th, claiming that a method has been discovered by stato officials by which a million dollars can be saved to the state. This discovery Is reported to be the result of tho work of State Inspector and Examiner Shermnn Goodpas-te- r. ,A Irom , The legend says that when the tree fell, it left a young fir growing between the shattered branches, and unbroken by their fall. Boniface 'told them to take that tree to their banqueting hall; to serve God with Joy and feasting: and to take for their Yule tree this one. with roots unstained with blood, and with evergreen foliage for a symbol of Immortality. If part of the story Is myth. It Is not all myth; and It Is surely a beautiful way of explaining one of the most beautiful of Christmas customs. sacrifices. Tho statement Is catching and calculated to Inspire great respect for the state- administration In Its patriot- Youth's Companion. ic endeavors, to relieve the burdens COMMISSIONER'S SALE of the people- - and keep tho state out of debt, but It scarcely bears investi- Sophia and Joe Walker, Plalntitib gation. vs. Tho State Examiner is reported as Bcire White, Etc., Defendants. saying that he found, In his InvestiUnder and by virtue of a Judgment tha and order of sale rendered at the Oct. gation of two departments of unauthorized expendiGovernment, Term of tho Madison Circuit Couit. tures of 20 per cent each, which, be- in the above styled action, the underdoling checked, will save a million signed Master Commissioner of Kild lars. The inquiring mind would natur- Court will, on Monday, Jan. fith, IIUS, ally want to know what departments at 11 o'clock a. 111. in front of the have been, making unauthorized ex- Court House door In Itlchmond, Ky., penditures and why this was allow- sell to the highest and best bidder the following ed. The names of the departments, at public auction however, aro not given, but presum- described property: A certain tract of ably one Is the Board of Health. If land located on the waters of Hod Big this bo tho case, possibly the action Lick Creek, near the foot of of Hill, In .Madison County, nnd adjoinof the Madison County Hoard Health Is explained In demanding a ing the lauds of Sam Lucas on the thousand North, Geo. Lucas on the South, Jno. return of some sixty-eigtho Mcllono u'nd Moses Eastus on dollars to the utate. Shlrd Hut not all Is eveu yet ejiplalued. East, and Berea College and o'i How Is It that a department can go j Baker on the West, containing on for a number of years making ex- acres moro or less. TEItMS; Said land will be sold on penditures unauthorized? The answer can only be found by the most care- - credit of Six Months time, Purchaser being required to executo bond with ful persual of the enlightening tho Thin Is the way wa Interpret approved security, payablo to Commissioner, bearing C per cent Init: paid Tho brilliant Legislature, in order terest from day of sale until not to disappoint tho public and In with lien retained on the land until ;ordoi to sot'm to be caring for all nil the purchase money Is paid. H. C. nice. M. C. W. C. C. the IntoreaU of the state, lavishly makes appropriations, but Is careful to say that they aro to be paid "out POPULAR IN a vns? of funds not otherwise appropriatl rtSK' llSiV... ed." Now it follows that many ex penditures of the various departments of tho state aro unauthorized inasmuch as previous acts of tho Legislature, call (or expenditures sufficient to exhaust tho revenues of the stato. Tho cat is out of the wallet and the the plcklo that tho state and various departments of the etato government have gotten themslovea it" "wairrcM ao vou can ht ( re-po- rt. ! Jr-rt- t Christmas Decorations. Let the house bo bright ard cheerful at Christmas, with plenty of holly and mistletoe distributed thrmghout I' then- - Is a chandelier ill th dining room bitH Ii hung with ovetvieens and hojly. and from that carry long ropes of greens to each corn r of the room, thus forming a canopy for the t 'do Fasten wreaths at all tho windows. Red and green Is most appropriate for the Christmas table. In the center place a bowl filled Willi rod carnations surrounded with holly, and four single candles In silver or glass silck with scarlet shades to further catty out the bright and cheering At each place have a color seh"ino mintniuie Christmas ttee to which place cards nre lied with narrow, red If prcferted the certterpleco ribbon ina aim be a tree of a larger size. IloxSanta Clans and rilled with bonbons make appropriate koitvenlis. for tho possession of a "sweet tooth" Is by no means confined hi- - txtreineb Juvenile - ' Gifts from Wall Paper. sample book of wall pnpet which can be hml for tho asking what tho son on Is over For n waste paper basket cut a pattern six Inches at the top. tiipetlug to four li'rhes nt the hot tout, mid 1L Inches high, which Is I good size for a lady's desk. Cut four sections from cardboard and a square 4x1 Incln'H for tho bottom Cover the outside of each pirc? with n pretty do. sign of tho wall paper, cutting the pieces a little larger than cardboard, pasting the edges on to tho wmng sl(N use a contrasting color foi th,- - In side, plain paper is prettier and cut Just tin size of tho son Ion Punch holes near the top and bottom of each plec nnd two on each side of llu? lint torn piece, near corner, tie tho pier. together with linhy ribbon, Ii repilrln: about three yards One can maid- m feront sizes, smalt ones for hair receivers or with a little pad. In bottom for Joweli y nlo glove ami liatnlker ilni-ti- ! Cuter einpli chler boxes luit. - nnd n I nilh home made rai d) Get n 4. 1 j I I By Curiosity Has Led Women 1 ALBERTA HILL Into Politics 4 Woman Sunfrafltt of Nw York A young girl wns passing tho PuKs lie (lartlcu tho other morning upof) PRIDE CIVIC the main path which crossed th IT ROUSED by Hhe wns accompanied bridge. magnificent mastiff, who strode along besldo hor In tho most companionaAnd Mad Cltliana Raallza That Ken ble sort of way, looking up Into haf tueky Waa Forging Forward lo Tili fnco occasionally as If to remark of tin casually that It was n very lino mornHer Placa With Other States Union. ing or to ask If thero was anything ho could do for her. A circus onn brine n crowd Into n Tho two crossed tho brldgn to town Hint will tax the livery stnblos gethcr, and finally rnmn to Charles, and side ntreets, but n school fair ttn' Btreot gate. Here the young girl, parade en th the same. On Oct evidently not wishing to liavo tha Howling Oreen wits crowded, crowded care of the dog In tho busy streets, as If n show was In town, but there turned to him nnd saidwas n difference. It wns n crowd of "There, that Is fnr e oitgh now, eager, expectant people, with eyes look Marco. Vou need not go with mo any Ing far beyond the trero parade. It wn farther, but turn about and go back a crowd that marks the nwnkenlng of home." state that had dozed comfortably fur She did not take her hands out ot her muff to point tho wny. nnd sh spoko ns sho would to n small brother, In n pleasant conversational I voice. Marco looked nt her with his large, eyes, then looked across tho Common, wagging his tall slowly as though ha were th'nklng how very pleasant It would bo to go tho rest of tho way. Klnnlly he turned back to her again and with a movement of his head nnd eyes asked as plainly as though tha words hnd romo from his mouth: "Ploaso let mo go a llttlo farther, It Is such a tine morning." "No, dear; 1 am going shopping, you know," nnswered the girl, explaining the dlRlculty. as If Marco were human, "thero'll bo crowds of people, nnd I shall not know what to do with you. Hut go along, now, there's n good fellow, and I'll be back soon," Without another word Marco turned and walked back across the Qnr-deHe did not slink nwny, as soma dogs do when sent bnck, but marched leisurely nlong with his head In th hint or school booths. air, stopped n moment on tho bridge years; It was a crowd that unconscious skating below, ly was making history. It was not a to watch the children Commonwealth yelling, mirgtng crowd, but one that then trotted on toward Athenian watched him stood iiiktly ns the parade passed a ml Avenue. The beyond tha made, remarks that were pregnant with until he had disappeared way, thought One grizzled old farmer loot Sates, then resumed his own dogs wondering whether Darwin loved march ed far down the line of sturdy Ing children, smiled and remarked tu or not. lloston Record. his neighbor: 'Tills Is the biggest dn Bishop of Oxford's Riddles. Howling (ireeu over had. It's blggrr The following physical puns, called thuti speeches, electlous nud everything Ise." the "Hlshop of Oxford's riddle," hava Just think of practically every achoo furnished much entertainment: 1. 1 havo a trunk -- my body. child In tha county In Una, parndlng tlir 2. It baa two lids eyelids. prluclpnl atroets of tho town. Think of 5. And two caps kneecaps, the achool prldo that came to then 4. Instrument! Two musical while prepurlna their unlqua costume, nd banners to conipoto for tho drums. 6. Two established measures There were whole schools It blue and white, black and acnrlet feet. 6. A great number of article brown and red aud pur white. On. ' group hnd each and every boy, big and carpenters can't do without nails. 7. I have always about me two little. In a brand new pair of bluu over alls. Even the aubdtstrlct trustee lino good fish soles. 8. A great number of small shellcaught the contagion of entbulaau fish muscles. and marched tu his I ew blue overull 9. Two lofty trees palms. nock to the top of the bill on which 10. Some fine flowers tulips. tbe buildings of the Western Norma aniplayful domcstlo 11. Two rest went the Hue of march. Ilehlml them went the throng of parents atn mals calves. 12. A great number of small wild friends to have a look at the display of the Hoys' Com club of Warrei. animals hairs. I county nnd the exhibits of the schisiN 13. A tine stag heart. In one of the large rooms nt the 14. A number of whips without booths were nrrungoit that each dl handles lashes. 16. Rome weapons of warfare trlct school might have a distinct span-foA walk among Its handiwork. arnia, these Ixwiths ho wed beaten biscuits 16. A number of wenthercocka 'cakes, bread, preserves'. Jellies, garden veins, vegetables, doll furniture, sewing of 17. An entrance to a hotel 11 11 am prtrc-offere- la-te- p. & I I m! - tlTHPJ.T.T.T.T.T.TH Everybody turn- 15. At a political meeting on tha verge of n division eyes and nosa. 19. Two students pupils. 20. A number of Spanish grandaaa tendons. 21. A big wooden box a cheat temples. 22. Two fine buildings 23. Product of camphor traa gums. 24. A piece of Knglish money-cro- wn, 26. An iw EN ARE DEAL TO BLAME FOR WOMEN WANTING THE VI Q O O A D article used by artist ed him down. Finally he came to palate. Iloat used In racing skulL Tscd In crossing river bridge (of nose). ' 28. Pair of blades without bandies shoulders. 29. Twelfth letter of the alphabet finished with bows- - elbows. 26. 27. BALLOT. THEY HAVE MADE POLITICS 80 MYSTERI- OUS WOMAN'S 7-- 5 HAS CURIOSITY BEEN AROUSED, AND SHE WANTS DO TO SOME Spain, but again the king would have nothing to suy to him. And then, history telle, tho story of hirt dreams eo Ned's Experience. BE&f "fki-- inspired ArllONS, OAKKH AND JSI.LIZA. "CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUSINQ." Popular Mechanics Magazine umo:tand Isn't it a brilliant, worthy and patrl Otic move on the part of the Madison County Board of Health to demand that the State Board of Health the department of the state government that Is doing moro tor the people than any other refund a sum equal to all Of Us expenditures within tho last wo or three years because other appropriations had been made sufficient to exhaust tho revenues of tho Mate before claims wore allowed? Ixwk at, think of, do, and men.or.zo something beautiful each day. Alice Into Is explained. GREAT Continued Story of the World'a Progreaa which you may begin reading nt any time, and which will hold your interest forever. A 260 PAGES EACH MONTH The "Shop 300 PICTURES 200 ARTICLES OF GENERAL INTEREST (3) pagu) give eay wnvi to do tnmss how to rn.ke ukIuI article lor home ami ahop, repairs, etc "AmaUtir Machudca" ( 10 pweal trill how to make Mission furniture. wirrlrs outfits, boats, rnguiea, magic, and all the things a boy loves. Nolt" DputmBt $1.(0 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPIES 15 CENTS Ask your newsdealer, or warrc ron rate sampcc copy tooav POPULAR MECHANICS CO. ta W. WMMnatoa Yes; I am sure that ono of the most important reasons for tllOPhoto by suffrage movement is just natural FEMININE CURIOSITY. Do you rcalizo that it was a WOMAN'S CURIOSITY WHICII DISCOVERED AMERICA? Poor Christophor Columbus traveled around to all tho courts of Europo to procure tho necessary funds for his royago westward. O u o o n Isabella that she sold her own personal jow-ol- s to givo him tho inonoy he needed. American Praa Association. WONDEIt- - FUL WOMAN'S CURIOSITY WAS AROUSED, nnd it sent Columbus over tho Hen. That was a curiosity which needed no apologies. all kinds, drawings, paintings, collee tlons of leaves and various woods. ' Tho com show was splendid, but It , ., lr a... .in Ma ' M.,, I .... n ,1 In fact, the Impression made on your reporter during tho whole day he spent at Rowling Oreen was that It waa all too big, too fine, too Impressive to handle properly. It Is easy to feel the throb of enthusiasm In a crowd that Is surcharged with It, but It Is a far different matter to put It Into cold print. St CMtCAM . Every MAX IS MYSTERIOUS ABOUT POLITICAL AFFAIRS. I boliove some of them cover up their ignorance with a veil of mystery. Such evotita make us know Keutuck) has roused herself from her nap and U stretching herself and rubbing her eyes. It Is only necessary as she rub-tb- e drowsiness from her eyes to tnnkt-be- r sen the problems that confront liei children clearly, then, to make het move forward steadily toward IN place that should Im hers among he inter atstea of (he Union. Just to Out of doors young Ned did go look upon the anow. He climbed upon a drift so high That hd seemed to reach tha aky. But of a audden ba did shout, "Ob, papa, coma and pull ma out!" Washington Star. Maajr a little man stands on hkf nUy. but that doaaa't ansbla hi I aa aver tha hesUs of Ua prow. I'reeman Palmer. December art, 1912. I'nue Three. INTHMTIONAL OUR TEACHERS' DEPARTMENT Conducted by Prof. Charles D. Lewis SUNDirscnooL The End of the Course iCufulurtri) hy th National Woman'! ChrUlUn Tun pr ram Union.) six months ago Iho flrtt pa-lof tho Teacher's Department came out with tha discussion of ".Mark, set, Go," tho flguru drawn from tho tithletlc track, TIi.b week wo aro many of us "passlug under the link" at tho end of tho coutse. It Is now a good tlmo to stop and think over a few matters. How havo wo run this race? Have wo como out flrBt, second, third tr straggled In with hend down nnd tic t oven n cheer or n ribbon to greet us nt tho end? Havo wo given now l.f:, new ambition, new Ideals, to our pupils nnd to tho community? If not, whnt then? When thero has been a failure In llfo thero la but one thing for a strong man or woman to do, tako a new grip upon hi Ideals, appeal to tho Source of power for help, and start In to prepare better for tho tnco another time. A runner fulls to win because if one or nil four thingu. Ho has not had tho training dcinnnded for tho proper development of his framework, his muscles, his nerve control, cr his breathing power. Training, then, Is tho key word to thu situation, f r training Is tho method of bringing vt Into proiier nctlvlty by means directed nctlvlty tho natural powers given by tho Crentor. who Now I want evsry teacher tends these words to follow mo In making n confession, I HAVE FAIL-HIN MY WORK THIS FALL. I do not say this ns a form, I my It because, In ono sun ec of the word It Is terribly truo. As I look back over the fall I can seo where I cculd havo done better In many ways. Sins of havo omission and of commission been committed. Hut I am glad to say thnt they wero sins which were only revealed to me by tho 1'ght of tho Incrensed power of professional vision which camo to me by earncr I) Lesson Hy K. O. BKM.HHH. n Director of Department The Moody nibla In. tltuta of Chicago.) Kv-nl- A linos', WHEN SALOONS WERE CLOSED Twelve-Yesr-Ol- LESSON FOR DECEMBER 29 REVIEW. OOI.DKN TKXT-- "If any man wlllMh to do hit will, lie shall know of Hi teachtnr. whether It t of Hod, or wheth-t- r I speak of myself." John 7:17 It. V. Girl Provided With Chocs for First Time When Father Quit Drinking. d I Tho golden text It In this caso a Tory Rood Introduction to tho review of tho work of tho past quarter. Jesus had Kent tils dlsclplas up to tho fenst, whllo he remained In Oallleo, whither ho had gono for fear of tho Jews (John 7:1). When they arrived In Jerusalem they found n harp division among the people, soma for and eomo against him (John 7: Jesus secretly followed his disciples, and suddenly In tho midst of tho feast ho Is found In tho tcmplo teaching. That his teaching was different Is evidenced from John 7:1G. It Is also evident that ho had a thorough knowledge of culturo and tho things of the scholastics of his day. Tho Inquiry as to whero ho acquired his knowlcdgo elicits the reply that, "My teaching Is not mine, hut his that sent me," and then ns If to provo tho accuracy of his assertion, ho uses tho words of the Ooltlcn Text. Those who deslro to know the will of fiod will find thnt his words express that will perfectly, and as men oboy his words tho dlvlno origin of them will be demonstrated. His Claim Valid. Tho lesrons of tho past year, but particularly tho past quarter, nro all strong Illustrations of tho validity of his claim as welt as tho truth of this general proposition. temperance If wo omit tho lesson, the lessons of this quarter aro confined to a few months of time following April, A. D, 29, and In particular present Jesus as a worker and hoaler more than a things "What can I do for you?" Inquired the merchant. "I want a pair of shoes for a little girl." "What number!" "She Is twelve years old." "Hut what number does she wear?" "I do not know." A leading merchant of a town which had closed Its saloons tells tho following story: A woman, poorly dressed and very timid, came Into his store one u .y She hnd not been used to buying many ' "nut what number did you buy when you bought tho last pair for her?" "She never had a pair In her life. You see, sir. her father Ufed to drink when we had saloons, but now they nro closed ho does not drink any moro. nnd this morning ho said to mo. '.Mother. I want you to go uptown today and get Sissy a pair of shoes, for she never Imd n pair In her life.' I thought, sir, If told you how old sho wns you would know Just what size to glvo mo." 1 WOMAN GUARDS HUSBAND Not Altogether for Love That Wife of Mechanic Meets Him at Foun-orGates Every Week. y It was noticed that every pay night tho wife of a young mechanic went to meet him nt the foundry ga'os, nnd taking his arm affectionately, walked homo with him. "What n beautiful sight It la to see you and your husband walking along so lovingly togctherf" remarked tho tender-heartelandlady. "I supposo you aro really very fond of each oth-- . teacher. In the firs': lesson wo read of his command to his disciples to cross tho sea. They obeyed though It sont them Into tho storm. In tho midst of their perplexity ho appears, superior to the laws of nature. Lesson two shows Jesus defending himself and tho authority of the Word 'of God. Two Ideals aro presented of the kingdom, and tho proof of tho di- Lesson four gives us tho account of tho second feeding of tho multitude It shows us how our poverty may bo 'transmuted Into wealth aa ho takes snch as wo havo for the satisfaction of tho needs of mankind. In tho fifth lesson Jesus rebukes tho centurion. "Oh, we rub along pretty smoothly, Jim and me," tho woman answered ' with a slight blush. "Hut It ain't for lovo altogether that I takes that long walk every week-end- . When ma'am a man has thlrty-threto saloons pass on his way home, with a week's wages burning a hole In his pocket all tho time. Us Just as well to keep a tight hold of his arm. Us workln' vinity of his Ideal will always como women havo to realize that we've to those who obey htm. married men. ma'am, not angels." In tho third lesson Jesus teaches this snmo truth to two Oontllos, tho woman and tho OPINION OF NOTED PHYSICIAN Dr. Kelley of erf" I havo not failhavo done tny b?st, as the of my best was this year, but another year my best will be much better, else I will bo falling then In overy sense of tho word. Some teachers may havo wondered ns they read tho first paragraphs myself to thosi why I addressed who failed. Th'i reason Is clar, I trust now. All have fa'led ni nvasur-- . Ml by tho speed of that bhadowy 'competitor of ours, our IDEAL, who should over run with us, but always est effort In another sense ed, for measure I Johns Hopkins Hospital Says Our Greatest Foes Are Makers of Alcohol. a little ahead. I am not writing today to thcsi j who havo failed through indifference, ) I leave them to bo materialistic, Pharisees and warns us concerning tho leaven (evil) of their hypocrisy. I.esron six Is tho tcmperanco lesson, and If a connected rovlew Is derlred. It will havn to bo omitted, ns It does not belong to tho systematic studies of this qunrter. In tho seventh lesson Jesus questions his disciples to seo as It went how firm a grip this principle has secured upon their lives. Authority. of lesson eight folafter thoso of lesas though ha would restore his disciples to a full loyalty that they behold tho special revelation upon tho Mount of Transfiguration. Thoso heavenly visitors talked not of tho "glory" but of "his dlseaso which ho should accomplish at Jerusalem," thus adding their testimony to tho Dlvlno authority of his words. Divine Tho Incidents low Immediately It Is son seven. To thine own slf be tru3, Had saloons never been discovered, to And It must follow, as tho night and were It then In my power to who the day, the effects of such n discovery, glvo encouragement to thos Thou canst not then bo false to all men. without exception, would de- havo failed. In tho light of my Id'al. nny man. Shakespeare. To you should bo hope and Joy and clare It Impossible to conceive of any moro dlnbollo.il plan for the degradaye did tion and destruction of tho human BEST GAME OF ALL rnco. Our greatest foes aro tho manufacturers and distributers of alcohol. So he died, and they said unto him: Tho stories of Injuries done by drink "it is written against you that you nro fo written In the sad lifo history heeded not the sorrow nnd tho want of many of our greatest men; are so of them that were stricken In poverty evident throughout our land In squaand suffered in Illness and want." lor, poverty, misery, and crime, nnd And he said: replete In prieonB, workhouses and "That is unfair, for all my life long asylums ns well as In domestic tnfellc I noted especially tho suffering and Ity thnt It Is Inconceivable that any want of the poor, and not n Christmas Intelligent, ratlonnl man can deny the went by that I did not say over nnd necessity for strong, united action to over that I wns sorry for them. No rid the land of both manufacturer and one gave them more sympathy than I, distributor. Dr A. Kelley of Johns no ono showed moro commiseration Hopkins hospital, llaltlmoro. Why, lots of times I lor them. thought of them on cold winter nights, and said to my friends that It wns too bad they had to endure priSUBSTITUTE FOR THE FLASK eliminate by o You havo teen tho HEAL success even while you know that you havo failed. Your hhisj of having been "An unprovable, seivant Is evidence that you me ulive. You are ready fur tho train lug that will u.ai.c you better year by yjur aa you ia:e with that Ideal of joins which Incomes each year a mro clearly companion, though ever Just beyond you. ou I say as my last word, To GUOW, Grow as tho racer must trtw, In actual jiowor, but most tf nil In your ability to direct jour K)wer In right t hairnets. You renuni-Ij- o r that I said the contender for tho prlzo on tho nthlitic Held needs four things. So do you. His frame, b.no and sinew, stand for your physical life, therefore, beconio In IiODY. See to It that you live lo that overy organ anil cjII of your body Is tingling with life nnd crying for activity. Ills mus l n stand for your brain power, that which moves you, accomplishes the cv.d nt, nt tracts by Its lorm, gives shaiie to the whole of 'your personal ty. It must be trained to the hlghiBt of function. His nervis tro yur Spiritual life, that somuth n beyond tho mind nnd body, whLh Inspires, coordinate, directs, puts In touch with tho gr. at world of tho SPIRIT from wh.ch the high st things of llfo must come. His breath Is tho Boclnl llfo that y.u live nlons with and from your fellow men, your social l.fe. Without assoc.ntlon with others, as a means of living tuts d of your own selfish. IntJrists, you cannot have real power; cannot succeed In nny line of human actlv:ty with tho truo success which corresponds In tho hast measure with the Ideals of lifo laid down by Him who said, "He who saveth h's life shall loso It, and he who lose.h his l.fe for My sake shall savo It." So, In conclusion, ou sc?, I hao como to thu theme which 1 havo bjen on for tho last three weeks, "Tin abundant Life." Schools are out now, and you rro ready to draw tho curtain of publ.c scrutiny and retire to GItOW In wisdom, In. stature, in favor with God, and in favor with man. Tho Editor of tho Teachers D rartment wishes you tho high st bucccss In your effort, and hopes that no one will forget tli3 (allures, triumphs, of the past tlx months and thnt all may r,m,,m,'er to man real power, that growth must be the FOUR-FOLGROWTH. C. D. L. ambition. e;f.-clen- cy D their own consciences por-tia- and tho of public opinion. I wish "as unto them" Tha ninth lesson la ono that Illustrates tho fundamental principle of this cntlro rovlow. "I bollovn, help thou mlno unbelief." Not Necessary for Hunters to Carry Whisky on Hunting or Other Outdoor Expeditions. Many peoplo have believed that they must carry whisky on hunting or r expeditions for use In other case of accident or exposure, and thoy ask what will tako Its placo Dr Sims Woodhead of Cambridge unlvprs-Mtrecommends substituting for the whisky flask a thermos bottle containing hot water or hot milk. Tho latter will servo not only as a true stimulant, but also as a food out-dooy 'Twas a faltering reply, but Indlrated his surrender to tho word and will of Christ. Tho demonstration ho received of tho Dlvlno authority of tho words of Jesus was that his boy was restored to him fully healed. Again In lesson ton this prlnclplo that nn ab:oIuto and complete submission to God's will in a necessity Is shown by tho teachings of Jesus which center about tho child thnt was set "In tho midst." Lesson eleven deals with tho subject of forgiveness, in reply to Peter's query Jesus taught his disci-pic- s that forgiveness is not a mcro matter of formal observance, but with God It la limitless and ho calls tho disciples to a duflnlta testing of his words that they might not only know that this Is tho dlvlno method, but that thoy might enter Into fellowship with God. Jceus hero shows tho ri verso Bidotof tho picture when ho reveals tho fato of tho srvant who wan compiled to pay "all that Is due." reIn tho twelfth lesson Jesus bukes tho falso spirit of his dlsclplea and In hi treatment of tho would-bdlsclplea ho emphasizes the fact that to follow him Involves tho setting asldo of all olso. "No man looking back la fit for tho kingdom," plainly means that he who camo to establish this kingdom has tho right to demand obodlcnco, and as wo aro obedient to tho laws of tho ktngdom wo shall como to know to a demonstration Its dlvlno origin and to a full realization of his power, and that we should follow and profit by those dlvlno admonitions of the teacher. vations." "That Is correct," thev said unto Mm. "Hut it is written that you did not materialize your sympathy you simply sympathized in words, and words aro not eaten, nor are they worn, nor are they burned In Btoves." So he was abashed, and stood silent for a space. Then he said meekly: "And I must not como In?" As to that, they did not answer, but they said again unto him: "AH those that you sympathized with are hero, and now they will sympathize with you." Wilbur D. Nesblt. I ' Highest Tax Paid. "I believe that the liquor traffic Is In reality the highest tax that Is being paid by the common people of to day and that It Is tho heaviest drain upon Jhelr resources. If this Is a fact It Is your duty to leglslato In the Interests of thoso peoplo, and not In tho Interests of tho men who are In tho business for a profit or a money consideration," Message of Governor Vessey to the Legislature of South Dakota. Charge Against Liquor Traffic. Dr. J, Wallace floveridge of Cornell Medical collego, recently announced startling conclusions regarding the effect of parents drinking on Infant mortality. Ho calls attention to the fact that ns tho birth rate of Franco and Russia has steadily decreased, tho use of alcohol has steadily Increased. The Tho Fan-- You can talk about base football and basketball, but tho mlstlctoo game is tho best of all. His Hard Work. Mrs. Wunder Does anybody over reM t?080 Uirlstraas Poems In the t bah seriously debating tho whole problem of drinking and alcoholism becauso of their relation to infant mortality as well as because of tho Increase of crime. Is French government Christmas Plum Pudding. Tho Christinas plum pudding Is descended from tho plum porrldgo and Is a dish at every Christmas feast. To bo properly made, each perton In all tho household must stir It beforo It Is boiled and tho mistress of tho house must add tho spices "with her own fair hand," ond so sho favors fortune for a year. If sho Is an American and mixes her pudding In an ancient china bowl, stirring It with as ancient a spoon, whoso handlo Is adorned with an old English crest, to much tho bettor, for in tho now land she Is helping to keep allvo tho customs that mada old England merrlo. The pudding should bo boiled In a cloth "six hours upon tho day of mixing, six hours upon tho day of eating, and tho steam should not ceaBe to arise from tho pot while the pudding Is within It.". time-honorewell-floure- Tha cdltor proofreaders have to. Mistletoe and the Druids. Tho custom of decorating strategic points In tho household with sprigs of mlstlctoo nt Christmas dates far back to tho tlmo of tho Druids, who hold tho llttlo plant In great veneration At tho npproach of their winter festival, twlgg of It wero placed nbovo the doors of their bouses to serve as talismans and slgiiB to tho sylvan deities that sheltor and comfort awaited thorn 'VV and Wunde.r- -h' paf,c.. within. Present-da- Druldlcal legend. customs relating to represent the evolution ot the mis-tleto- o Just What He Meant. "Your toys aro very pretty, but tho prices are too high," objected the customer. "Why, look at that drum for $6.48. You can't beat It at the price," pro- tested the dealer. "I bellevo that Is what I Intimated In my remark," said the customer. Nowadays these things ore not cosv sldered either nrtlstlcor beautiful. Draperies and Window Curtains. I Femininity loves soft draperies much more than the average mnii dislikes thrill, so ns long as woman Is the pro siding genius In the home she will I hnve them nt windows mid doors. Certainly they do ndd the llnlslilng touch to n home, the Until touch without which n rooili never seems quite complete, no mutter how well clioicn are Hut n word of cauits appointments. tion Is necessary In regard to draperies both for nrtlstlc nnd sanitary reasons. Window curtains should not lie so Dy EDITH G. CHARLTON, heavy or numerous that they shut nut Charge of Domeillc Economy. Iowa nlr mid sunlight. In Wool dnticrles and State College. portieres should lie avoided In risjins thnt nre to be much used, because wool falirlcs en to li mid hold dust more than Copyrifht. 1310, bAmcrion Prttt nny other material. For living nsims Aiiocittion. and dining room silk or linen draperies A FTEIt the plan of rooms has nre the best when expense heed not been decided upftn and tho be figured too closely, but there Is such walls have been decorated with a big variety of cotton fabrics ilNplny-Ina beauty In both design nnd colorcolors n ml materials In neeord ing thnt one need not buy the more ancc with t tie governing principles of costly silks unless one prefers them. light, harmony nnd general Illness tho In color portieres and draperies next point to consider In house fur- should hnrmoi::c with both walls nnd nishing Is the door. The new house of floors ntul should be n tone midway modern design will probably tin re between the two. The long folds of floor of hardwood, and some vnrle-tli'- d the straight hanging drapery are much lire mi beautiful In themselves thnt more beautiful than the looped nnd the iieeeMsrry treatment Is very sim- festooned arrangements which wero ple. A priming or tilling coat of Khel-In- popular n few years ngo nnd which are tu preserve the wood and cover up still used- by some professional upholcracks, folii.wed by one or more coats sterers. Window curtains should come of mix nihl led down until It hns the Just to the lower edge of the casement beautifully smooth, unpolished surface and not to the floor or sprend out a so much liked at the present time, yard or two on the floor, after the makes I he best Uoor finish. A very fashion of recent years. A single pair good prt'pnrjtloti for wnxlug Is iiiiulo of window curtains made of thin mann follows. Melt one pound nf wax terial, either plnln or trimmed nnd slowly over hot water. When quite hung In long straight lines, with side soft remove from tire nnd bent Into It curtains to match the portieres. .Is the one pint of turpentine, if it soft liulsti best trimming for nny window from Is ileitii'il mid one cupful of pnrnltln every point of view. If the window Is oil iM'fore liking. When ready to apply very wide, making more than one pair hnve the wax incited mid the Moor free of curtains necessary, there may be nn from dust, if there are nny stains on overdrnpery from the top as well ns the tloor remove them before applying the sides. This should not extend the wax. A strong solution of oxalic down loo far. In selecting draperies keep two acid will remove black or almost any discoloration from wood, but It will points (irmly fixed In mind first, don't also remove the staining substance, use flowered drapery with n flowered wall nnd don't buy heavy, unwasbablc and this must be restored before wax-IiiWhen the tloor Is perfectly clean hangings for bedrooms. Such matemoisten n piece of llnnnel with the rials nre entirely out of harmony with soft wot mid rub the Hour all over, the whole Idea of bedroom simplicity. using more wax ns necessary. Let tile For a flowered or much II mi red wnll wnx remain on the tloor for nn hour or no curtains nre prettier than plnln more, then polish with n Miff woolen white muslin or net made with wide hems or finished with u rutlle. For a cloth, piece of old carpet or soft leather or a weighted brush made for the bedroom with plain wnll decoration n white curtain with a floweret! Inner purjiose. Do not use water on wnxed or oiled curtain draped nt the side of the winfloors unless you wish to remove all dow Is very effective. Furniture and Where to Put It. the Mulsh nd replace It with n new one. The dally cure need be nothing One Important rule to observe In more than sweeping, with n soft hair buying, furniture for any part of the brush, then wiping with a dust mop. bouse Is that It be of good quality, Once a week all spots should be re- - built on simple lines and suitable for the service it Is Intended to give. The living joum should have comfortable, substantial furniture not too much of It, yet enough to meet the requirel mi ment!) of the family. The table should be large enough and strong enough to support the weight nf the bonks, magazines mid other articles which mny bo brought to It. Tin frail table, which looks ns If It might go to pieces if subjected to greater weight than that of a vase of flowers or a book, may be permissible In the reception room, but is entirely, out of place In the living room, where the family has Its several pleasures nnd Interests. The chairs, , too. In this room should be comfortable, strong nnd siitllclently varied In size and style to suit every one from grandfather to the little child. Furnl- ture for the living room, cfpcclnlly the chairs, should not be ctiiiibeisome. AN AUTISTIC UAI.L There can he strength without unnec moved with turpoutlne ami the floor essary weight, Mich us Is often found wiped with it cloth saturated with the In the so called "mission" furniture. wnxlug substance. Tlie lines nnd general composition of An onk stnln for pine or whltewood this kind of furniture nre good, nnd flours may be made as follows: Two the popularity of the style has done cups of boiled oil, one nnd one-hamuch to revive simplicity In furnishcups of turpentine, three tablespoon-ful- s ing, but occasionally we Uud pieces of raw umber, three tablespoon-ful- s that are unwieldy and awkward to of whiting. .Mix very thoroughly. move. A good cherry stnln Is made of the In the dining room the same rules same Ingredients, substituting burnt should be followed: also adding to It sleuun for 'the rnw umber nnd using a thnt In this room the furniture should little less whiting. When floors have be limited to that required for serving been given one or two coats of stain nnd partaking of meals. A dining tathey mity be wnxed according to tho ble, six or eight chairs, a sideboard or directions given above. buffet and a serving table are really Carpets and Rugs. nil the pieces necessary In the room, floor.-- , criii be Old minted and then nnd unless I here Is an unusual amount oiled, or I hey may be treated with any of space to spare no more should be desired tloor preparations that are on ndded. If possible the furniture In the market. The hard wood or painted the dining room should be of one style floor Is much preferable to any carpet, nud one finish. Odd pieces spoil the though to make the furnishing of a nttractlveness of the room. It Is n room complete some covering Is neces- good Idea when practicable to have sary. This would better be one good the woodwork In the dining room ami ,slml nig or several smaller ones, de- Its furniture match. For Instance, n pending on the size nnd character of room finished In old English oak mny the room. The color of the nigs should have old English furniture, nud this, harmonize with the color used on the with n dull yellow or pomegranate wnll woll or In draperies, but It should be decoration. Is mnst effective In n north considerably stronger In. tone than ei- room. Do tint crowd nny room with ther or both the others. superfluous furniture. There should One large rug Is more satisfactory be enough chairs, sufllclent tables nud for a dining room than several small one or moro comfortable couches, but oues, ami the room which tins walls exoggerateil creations In the way of decorated with horizontal lines, ns It seats, centerpieces nnd whatnots nre muy be to give the effect of lowering not In good taste. the celling, should have n single rug The bedroom funilturo should be uu the tloor; otherwise such u room chosen with nn eye to fitness nud comwill hui n pntcliy appearance. Most fort rather than fashion. A plain people have learned that for sanitary brass or enameled Iron bedstead, reasons the floor covering, whatever It dressing table or bureau, small table, may be. should not extend from wall one or two chairs, n wnshstnud and n to wull nor be securely tucked down, coucli nre ample for nny room the to lip removed only once a year or less prime use of which Is rest nnd sleep. frequently. Yet there are some house- I would Include a couch a slmnlo keepers who cling to the old fashioned homemade affair will All every requirecarpet without realizing the dangers ment In every bedroom. If tempts muy be frori germs thriving In one there for the ten minute nap during the the accumulated dust. The artistic day which might never be thought of hojse slu .Id be llliful nlso. and were there only n trim white bill In tht i will l e largely accomplished when the room, and this llttlo rest means there Is Just a little opportunity as added years to one's life. possible, for germs to develop In It. The bed Is the principal furniture In Bmillght. fresh air nnd freedom from the sleeping room nud should repredust give the L ..t assurance that dis- sent the largest amount ot money. ease germs are not hiding In our Have hotnemado dressers nnd tables If homes, while thick carpets, wool dra you must do without every luxury If rierles and heavily curtained windows need be, but have a good bed. ore likely breeding places for them. Home Course In Domestic Science XVI. I I I Treatment of Floors and Windows. g e I lf 1 r Page Four. THE CITIZEN. December 26. 1912. 2ooooooaooooaoooooooooooanooo 3 The Railroads Turn Down C CHRISTMAS PRESENTS WORTH WHILE Your friends will never forget your Rift if you Rive them a Rood and servicable pocket knife. Ask and insist upon Retting a Thomaston and other tores sell Pocket Knife or Pen Knife. The the Thomaston Knife. Thomaston Knives wlk, talK and WORK. 'Always at, your service, A THOMASTON KNIFE. One in your pocket will save you much disappointment, the best of imported Sheffield blade steel in every knife. Your money back at any time. BEREA MARKETS 0 LOCAL PAGE NETS OF BEREA. Proposition A most significant turn has bfii , reasons make It Impractical for us to taken In the question of taslng the mnko this agreement." corporations within the last week. It Just what the next move will lie was rejiorted that a tentative agree- - It Is Imposslblo to ear. The proposl- meni nau neon reacneu between the lion was only mailo by the commls- "a,e nn(l lne rniiroaus ami inai me sion owing to tne desperate straits assessment of 1911 would stand until .tho state Is In for revenue, It being experts had time to report upon the thought tho throe hundred thousand ,n,ua of t,,c properties 'n question. ' dollars which would soon be avail-fo- r Uut th rallioad commission was notl-- 1 nbo upon the 1911 assessment basin Friday, by the L. and N.. C, would save tho situation. a"'' CV n,", Q' Bml C tllftl Still the Governor is silent as t0 an " 'ie In accounting ud extra session. I'osslbly he has some- i?si tiling up hla sleeve. ( , i 9 O AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A a ooooo9toooooowv- - Dwagioigmoagiuiuawotoi Mr. David Roebeck was vlsltlns DR. BEST, DENTIST CITT Irlends In Berea Saturday and Sun- ,lar. I have a few valuable building Iota sale, cheap. H. C. Wooif. (ad.) i. ...i.i. him help- - (fllrrioliitaii 306Dhcltllan 790Offa. ChritUant, ... ...... ..i.ni I'HONK IBS & Trust Co. paralysis, Sunday, leaving Office over Berea Bank jess in his left side. Houses will burn. Insure In an old DAN H. BRECK reliable Company. H. C. Woclf. (ad.) Mr. Kcllx Kstrldge UCCn flF MHfini I IPRARICC U suffering Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock ........ wi wwnwwk kiuiiniuuo from a stroke of paralysis. INSURANCE been Dr. S. H. Baker who has Every school needs n library, a Will sign your bond. receMng eye treatment at the LouisRichmond, Ky. ville. Infirmary has returned homo tood library and It should be thu Phone 505 ambition of every school to posstss somo better. such a library. It lo as Imircsslble to Mr. J. M. Early is at home. thoroughly educate bojs and glrli North Dound, Local Miss Nora Welch Is able to resume a. m. 10:65 p. m. l.er work at the post ofifce atfer a without tho necessary implements as 7:00 Knoxvllle it la tn ffirm u'llhuiil tnnla 3:62 a. m. few days Illness. 1:07 p. m BEHEA 7:46 ...7 C:30 p. m. llenge of Richmond uinirnuKN Cincinnati Miss Kathleen ,u . with m.Bc ,r... wm.ui.1 n.ouem South Bound, Local after visiting for a few days . I ntnnli nnM. 8:15 p. ni. Natives, Mrs. Sallie Adams and R itiuniiivi j uuuI it ...tit auow you win 6:30 a. ni. Cincinnati .. man who Is at the bottom of the 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. y returned home, Sunday. .. . .. i 1. i 5:50 a. m. been 7:00 p. m. l"v,l,"u"' i"OA ,ue ,n, Knoxvllle Mr. S. T. Mitchell, who has i Express Train. a traveling salesman for Swift and school that has no books and I will 32 will stop at Berea to take Company for the past nine years in show you a school that furnishes a No. lif on passengers for Dayton, O., RichEastern Kentucky, left, Tuesday for stale monotonous a bum-drumond, Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Colum- St. Louis. .Mr. Mitchell has a car for the student. The rchool without bus, O., and points beyond. route out of St. Louis, and will rep,nsT loa South Bound. scholars other .u that produced by resent the same Company. U., . 8:00 a. in. Mr, Sam Hanson of '.Middle-townlr'"ul' I . n l t. uiu leacners re- Cincinnati f .n ... I n . ii tinholidays """i 11:65 a. m. i" iuu .i - Bciioiar n in- Is spending the Christmas BEREA terest begins to decline. - with his three sons who attend No. 33 will stop to take on pasThe best and most valuable acsengers for Atlanta and points be- - school here. Mr. Chester Lewis, a former Be- quaintance that a boy or girl can culond. rea student, who Is now attendlni; tivate Is tho acquaintance of good North Bound 4:46 p. m. BEREA the Louisville School of Pharmacy on books. Books give tho scholars good 1:37 p. m. his way home at Lancaster to lst employment and at the eame Cincinnati their Ideals. his parents, stopped In Herea to visMonday. 91. E. Vaughn. Mrs. Suslo T. Cooper and children it friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Seale are speud-In- g aro spending several days with h?r this week with relatives at parents at Corbln, Ky. Lucy Holllday entertained the Hiss .nr. unx-i- i mil ui ly'iiiuuy, a. little, girls cf her Sunday school class days at her homo on Richmond St. Monday Is In town for a few a visit. In the Mr. Mat McCollum, sailor afternoon. U. S. Navy, stationed at Charleston, and Christmas goods by the South Carolina, Is spending ChristTy (ad.j mas with his parents near Berea. wholesalo at Welch's. .Mrs. Luclan Cade arrived last week Miss Pearl Has ton of Lexington is from Oklahoma for an extended visvisiting with Mrs. Sallie Hanson it with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. thru the holidays. Bales. Dr. W. N. Craig will spend Christ- Highest Cash Prices paid for holl- - mas day with his family at Stanford, day turkeys. J. S. Gott, Depot St. Mr. Donald Edwards Is at home for (adv.) the Christmas vacation. , Prof. John K. Smith is In Beivt. 'Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. George Dick were shopping in Cincinnati last this week. Mrs. Ernest Bender of Richmond week. rehas been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed KothergUl are cently. spending tho holidays with 'Mrs. Mr. G. B. Grlgsby, a former Berea rothorglll's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. student, now In business at Hazard, N. Welch. is visiting In town for a few days. Dolls, dolls, dolls, you never saw-s"Mr. Wm. Bowman who has been many dolls as they have at employed at Detroit, Mich., for the " (ad.) Welch's. past year visited In Berea the first Mrs. Alice Mooro of Lexington, of the week. He expects to return Friday, for a visit with to Berea and finish his College course mother, "Mrs. L. C. Gabbard. after this year. Look at U. B. Roberts' ad. this Mrs. L. V. Dodgo who has been ill for some time has recovered suffici- week. ently to return to her home at Unicoi, Tonn. A CORRECTION Miss Ncttlo Scrivner has been spending several days with friends The article on Home Science for In Richmond. Kentucky Girls In our last Issue was if wrongly credited tc Miss 'Merrow. it Everything new in the way SALE COMMISSIONER'S Christmas gitts now at Welch's J)e- - thould have been Miss Parker. "'', j M tlaufhUnJ 20,000 597 St. Autmltnt tapllttJ 10,000 uHlh Saxont In Ktnl. King ofMinla. In lallli Y, M. C, A. REPORT Wthh. j a-- faml-BEKE- A lad-i.i- Boren, Ky., Dec. 16th. 11M2. Dear Sir: We respectfully submit the following report for Kali TVrm endliiR Dec. IS, 1012. Bible Study: 24 College men stud-le- d "Will of God nnd a Man's Life I work," led by Mr. Morton S5 mcn studied Life of St. Paul, '' , My cIawg ' eaderi, chc by t Prof. Calfeo. ICS men studied "Men Who Dared," ,ln U classes, leaders conchid by Prof, i Chatttmognt cmcntJ Emptnt hy Pop Lto III, In Homt, 878AlfrtJ Iht Gnat JteattJ iy Dant, ct Guthnin, th Chlpptnham. 1065 Wtitmlmltt fMry tonttcrattJ 800 In pttttiKt oQuttn EJfitha. 1066 WtUlam the Conqutnr cnientJ at Wulmimttt, Irith I 1171lltnrv II. tnltttalntj Chltflalnt at Dublin. 'dark lion HtarttatttJ at Slaty. 1417 Sit John OUcattlt tumJ at LollarJ Untie. 1 428Tnict at iltfe of Orltaru lo 1190RttharJtht , CmaJtrt m C enrolled In Illble for two months or moro M wWh 262 men for ,Ule correspond!,.,; term of last year, ' Tota: 271 study clasps m-- n 1492Colambut't 1 ohtttve Christmas. thlp, Santa Maria, 572 Cardinal UrtcktJ at llajll. If Wiry, InsulltJ y Ganj'i Inn rtttlt, lhrou$ two men Into priion. Butter, 20c per pound. Kggs, 20c per do-eVKOETAULKS Irish potatoes, 70c per bu. Sweet potatoes Jl per bu. Cabbage, 2c per lound. Kniil.Tn Vt Chickens, fryers, 7c per pound, liens, 7c per pound. Roosters, 5c. PRUITSr 11.00 ier Apples 11.00 k.t bu. bu. i LOUR, 'MEAL, ETC. Best grado flour, 3.40 per cwt. Meal, 70o per bu. Wheat bran, $1.40 per hundred. per bushel. Whent, Cora 60c per bushel. Oats, 60o per bushel. Hay, 60c por hundred. tu Co por lb. Cattle, 3 Calves, 6 to 6c per iound. I logs, 6 to 6 iter pound. Sheep, 2 to 3, 3 2 per lb. Lambs, 4 to 6c par pound. , 10c. Hides, dry 15c per lb., u. s 1Ic 3-- 4 R"i-m- , . . F,nance. m ments, $1I(UI. Batanco on hand, 1620Piltrlmi lullJing fittt J1.0X 1 1 tlm-elev- Wo have been somewhat Inconvenienced on account of putting off our yearly financlnl campaign until th Winter term, and the (allure of the College to make Its usual fall payment. Membership: C23 Active; 72 Associ- 642 644 houtt at Plymouth. Sir liaat Ntteton torn. Chrltlmat kept at a fail Jay ty Englnh Punlam. CINCINNATI MARKETS POULTRY: per pound Roosters, 7c, c lb., torn", Turkeys, hens, 16 16 geese Sc lb.. Ducks, 10c lb., Young guineas 4.0005.00 doz. CA1TLE, HOGS, ETC. 13 Springers, cents 2 1647Chrlitmat ttlthatlon prohibiltj 1659 prohiillt ttltbration on penally of fine. 1720 William Colllnt, poet, horn. 1773 Tea thlp In AVu York tent lock to EnglanJ. 1775 Arnold anj Montgomery at tlegt of Quebec. 1776 H'oihtngton crotteJ the Dela ware to attack Trenton. t777Vahlngton't army ttarceJ at r'alley Forge. louiid. c, Hens, 14c. ly Parliamtnt. Central Court of Mauochuttltt ate; Total. fall. 2iS. as agnlnst 2.M; but Cattle. 6.008.75. Calves, 8 00010.25. Hogs, 3.50ff7.50. Pigs (110 lbs. and loss) Sheep 2.8&03.35. Lambs 4.2686.25. Corn 76c por bu. Wheat 95c per bu. I lay, 15.00 por ton. THE ACADEMY EXPRESS 4. 00 7X0. PRESENTS for everybody can now 1785 1837 1848 Shau't rebellion flatted Mauathutellt. Zathary Taylor defeated Semi. In Florida. In nolet neat Big Walet Lak COURSES j be found at our stores. Look at us before you buy. Col. Doniphan and American Volunlten defeated MexU ran under Gen. Ponce d Leon at liraiito. 1851 Library of Cong rott tn tvlnt from fin. 1860Coldetl ChrUtmat In England. 1864 Union fleet and army attacked Fort Flther, but uilhdrett. 1866 Yacht Henrietta ended ocean tact from Neut York la Count. 1868 Ptuldent fohnton tuned proclamation of general and unconditional amnetty. 1871 Parti In dhtrtu with German army surrounding city. ilio Academy makes no generul announcements at this time, as most of Its students came In the Fall to remain thru tin year. howNew classes will be statn-d- , ever, Jnn. 1st, In the General Academy Course. And a number of special "express classes" will bo stnrtrd at opening of winter term for thow who enter at that time. 1 liiflll 60 YCAH8" IENCE d, hr NORMAL SCHOOL BULLETIN lartment Stores. NOTICE been Mr. Owen Lowen who has working In Ohio Is at home for a College offices will be open Mon- two weeks vacation. '.Miss Ruth Todd Is at home to spend day afternoon and etuueuts In should register at once to avoid tlie the Christmas holidays. rush Miss Catherine Waterbury is great. ly pleased by having her mother and WANTEO little sister visit her at Boone Tavern thru Christmas. Large Eastern .Manufacturer it Mr. Aaron Huff who Is attending well known staple lino wants Travel bchool at Lexington Is in Berea for lng Salesmen In this territory. No Christmas. former experience required. Steady Mr. Wm. Hanson of SprlngfK'ld, 111., tKmtlon Earn b)g ,)av wlle you Is visiting his father and mother, 'Mr. learn. Address for particulars, Dopt. and Mrs. S. G. Hanson. 33, Lock Drawer S27, Chicago. III. d Mr. John Bieknell and Mrs. WANTED Pervls of Illinois came to Saturday, on their way to visAt once, high class specialty salesit their father at Clover Bottom. man for Virginia, Ohio, Georgia, Mr. John Kowier made a business South Carolina and Kentucky to sell trip to Livingston laBt week. the celebrated line of 43o framed Miss Helen Dlzney left, Thursday, pictures and mirrors tho strongest for Harlan to spend tho holldavs premium proposition and trade win' with her parents. ner In existence. Successful appli Peckham Is spending the VacaMrs. cants will not bo disappointed regard tion with hor mother at Klrksvllle. ng remuneration. Address John A. Wyatt, Berea, Ky, i WU-larBe-re- a, 1 Religious Meetings: 14 held. Average attendance Mallnda Burnam, Etc., Plaintiffs I'orsonal Work: IS nun enrolled I vs. under Prof. Raine. t'J men converted Minnie Fox, Etc., Defendants on two Sunday nights In December. Under and by virtue, of a Judg-tow- n Regular visits made to ski. at Hosj ment and order of sale rendered at pital. Madlbon tho October Term cf tho Missions: Two classis, homo class Circuit Court, in tho above styled taught by Prof. Sealo, la enrolled; for nctlon, tho undersigned Muster Comulgn class taught by Piof. Runold, -- S will, on Mon- mlssloner of said Court ... ...... .... i , i. i enrolled. . ...1. uuy, January uiu, rjio, m . ii uuto. Foreign Baud: 10 members. A Homo Houso a. m. In front of tho Court Volunteer Band has been organized door In Richmond, Ky., sell to the same busls as the I,ub,lc Uon somewhat theffMlln V j hBneiit and beat bIdtK'r al rl fill tlifllltl. trrtil im ti'ind tn rl 't" " work, 10 members at present, of land with the improvements there- mo on. vis- :- A certain tract of land on hU tho waters of Silver Creek In Madl- Tal)Crnade for AwkM ,.,- son County, beginning at a stone ' ' j , -- The new Bulktlii of the Normal School connected with Berea College, is Just out nnd gives full particulars regarding the First Normal School in thu State and cue of the best In the whole South. Sent free on application to Secretary Morton, Berea, Ky Speclul arrangements for all who begin In 'January. If ou wish to leurn to teach lie in Berea on New Year's Da) Tnoc Marks CopvntaHTs Ac nrllnc ifcetrh nj dftiplkn Anrrtn Qdleklr urrt)ii citir ii rtin ttm vhHltvr an f luftmtWt ii rthblf Miiiitiibl. rH'U.lnilL IIANOtOOf on 11 rnu (il lMt rourr fur rwrlnf paUitl. iwit 1'iUtili t&ktti ihroufh sluiin A to. reftlrt IfitUl ntAitt, without cbtrta, u tL Dciicn nf Onnintaiit-miniatrldl- fr. . A Scientific American. rtiUtm four mon t tit, $L MUNN&Cn.30""-'-Netutoct) OiKt-o- . 3 T hndmmlr any if tentiSi J whlr. ntrtml, w ftitr. York I). 1 vrnti, jkrMt Hr II i I. X-m- as Gift Suggestions Make Your X-m- as Dollars Count Spend them where they will buy the HliST. The things we list below will make fine and they are of wonderful value. NECKTIES 25c to 75c MUFFLERS 25c to $1.50 HOSIERY 10c j m I SWEATERS 50c to $5.00 SHIRTS 50c to $1.50 GLOVES HATS $1.00 to $4.00 CAPS 25c to $1.00 UMBRELLAS $1.00 to $5.00 u. Two trips made WllCIo and about 10 men aro engaged thence S 2 W. 20.8 poles to a stake f In local Sunday School work. corner to S. Weit's four acres, with Town: Efforts made to organize Boy the same S. 88 2 W. 30.8 poles to a scout ratrois in town uui are now . i h.t'r.11" .""y awaiting the cooperation of the town I , DZt?JV:,nlleethea a.acwMputut'lon: excluding ono acre from said bound- gol(J ,,y j,my ary gamu stone's heirs, etc.. to Leonard lial-- i T'n I to 50c 25c to $2.00 people. Very respectfully. Waldo B. Davison Carter B. Robinson. SCHOOL BEGINS Continued from Hint I'agt . i ! lard. You will find here the largest and best assortment of jewel, ry in Derea. LOCKETS BRACELETS RINGS WATCHES CUFF LINKS TIE CLASPS e The Racket Store ; TERMS: Said laud will bo sold on n credit of Six Months time, Purchasbond er being required to execute to with approved security, payable tho Commissioner, bearing C per cent orchard and all necessary out houses. interest from day of sale until paid (ad.) with lien retained on the land until Wrlto, Elthu Bieknell. Berea, Ky R. F. D. No. 1 all tho purchase, money Is paid. II. C. Rico, M. C. M. C. C. SALE 80 acres of land on Richmond and Kingston plko, 2 miles from Berea, for sale. 8 room dwelling, good well, FARM FOR lTHNEW YEAR! "remember room; come merrily, and find the Read best friends you ever know, the announcement on page mven und see which department will suit you best. BEREA 1IA8 SOMETIIINd GOOD FOR EVERY COMER! SCARF PINS BELT PINS BAR PINS j ' j Sterling silver mounted, toilet sets, hat, cloth nnd militnry brushes, silver tea sets, Rogers' triple-platknives, forks and spoons, and lots of other things that space forbids us to mention. not to When about tu conclude renew fo. tho paper, remember that 'i 33 dozen eggs, 3 or 4 hens, of a turkey, less than a day's work und a little moro than 1 bushel of corn at present market prices, will secure It for a year and brighten your homo 52 times. Can any one afford to be without The Citizen's cheer, Its helpfulness, Its news? l-- Come NOW before the best aro gono. THE BIG CANDLE AT Respectfully, U. B. ROBERTS STORE Will begin burning JANUARY 10th Guesses will not be received after that date. HAYES '"c BEREA, CS, Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY ) December 26, 1912. Air way io high low, meet-In- ', THE CITIZEN. and Page iive Fire From the Other Side nt Washington wcro tho ones most bitterly denounced him, who charg- BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE Gasoline and Comment was made In Tho Citizen La at Christmas was a year ago: last week upon the criticisms of the Per all tho awful liquor dealers of Governor McCrcary's cold there was In apiolntlng delegates to the A fair attendance; action league conference. This mostly, though Tho crowd was week tho flro Is drawn from the 'round tho other sdo, theo Governor being ratlur stoves, you see, hlttercly censured for sending a demiThawln' "mountain dew," john hools and which of accompanied by a rotlr-- r was scrougln us, Kf 't 'adn't bo'n fer tho old squire hllnrlous letter, to tho president of tho freshman class of a Washington (THE OLD LADY SPEAKS) Olvln' his scat to us, aa In Wo stomped, afolrly pcrlshln', Iaw School, to represent him at a By James Wfillcomb Riley And David could 'a' got no flro, Cpryrlght by JmjWhifcmb Rlly- smoker given by tho cIobb, Ho'd Jes' V dropped thero In his The very delegates whom Governor ljut Chrlstmns was a year ago, tracks: MeCreary appointed to the conference Hays 1 to David, I says I, And squlro, as I was tryln to ylt "We'ro goln' to morning scrvlco, to Mako room fer him, says, "No; tho You hitch up right away; I'll try foe's Well, David swung up to the door, To tell tho girls Jes' what to do Is, I got to git up and git And out wo piled. And first I hocrd Kcr dinner. We'll bo back by two." Ithout no prcachln. Jes' got Jane's voice, then Lido's I thought didn't wait to hear what ho word-T- rial aforo Would moro'n like say bnck to mo, fer llfo can't bo deferredl" I reached that gyrl I'd Jes' die shoro; Hut banged the stablo door and flaw And when I reoched her, wouldn't Iluck to the rouie, Jon' plumb chilled And out ho put I All way through keercd through. Tho scrmont and a long one, too Much If I had, I was so glad, I couldn't help her through my green veil. Coldl Woohl how cold It wail My And Jes' cxcltln her so bad, but think o' Oht squlro 'At she broko down herself and Jano Frost flyln', and tho air, you know, changed flho cried and we all bugged again. sharp And us so, and 'round And David? David Jes' turned pale-Lo- oked enough," hoerd admire nt tho gyrls, and then at mo. David swear, Then at the open "To share a man Ills gentlo ways, to glvo his worm door nnd And cut his llench up, and then hair!" havo to foco tho 'Is old Squlro And blow and storm. Hanch thero?" blow! and snow And when I nosays ho. suowt ticed David, ho The old Squlro Whuro It had Was necdln lab- suddenly stood drifted 'long tho I In bin' I thought best fenco Tho doorway, with And 'croit tho To kind o sort o let him rest: I'eared like he slep' grin. some And when I thought so peacefully! , "Isa sncakln'Anders road Perry o' homo, and how places though, And what tho gyrla waa doln' now, ' In thero too?" Jos' swop clean to tho gravel, so And kind o' prayed, 'way in my breast, Says David, lira- The goln' was as bnd for sleighs berln' all through. As 't was fcr wagons and both ways, And breshed away a tear er two 'Twixt snowdrifts and tho bare As David waked, and church waa As Llde and me both grabbed him, through. and ground, I've Terry stepped out and waved his Jes" wundered wo got through alive; By time wo'd "howdyed" round and hand 1 hain't saw nothln', fore er sence, And says, "Yes, Pop." And David Jes' shuck 'At beat It anywheres, I know Hands with the neighbors, must V Stooped and kissed Lido, and says, "I Last Christmas was a year ago. guess tuck A half hour longer: ever one Yer mother's much to blamo as you. And Datld said, as wo set out, A sayln' "Christmas gift!" afore Ef she kin resk him, I kin tool" 'At Christmas services was 'bout David er mo so wo got nonel As cold and wutliless kind o' lovo Hut David warmed up, more and Tho dinner wo had then hain't no To offer up as he know of; moro. nit bcttcr'n the one today And as for Ulm, ho rallly thought 'At we'll have fer 'em. Hear somo And got so Jokcy-llke- . and ha At tho Good lleln' Up nbove sleigh Would think more of us as he i Ills spcrlts up, and 'pearcd so glad, I whispered to him, " 'Sposo you aat now. David, fer me, ought I wish you'd Jes' go out and see A pasiel of 'em como and cat homo on slch a day. Kf they're in sight ylt. It Jes' does Their dinners with us. Gyrls's got And thankln' of him thatawayl Me good to think, In times like these. A full and plenty fer the lot And Jawed on, In an undertone, Lido's dono so well. And David, he's And all their iclnl" So David passed 'Uout Iearln' Lido and Jane alone More tractobler'n what ho was Thero on the place, and me not there The Invito round: and ever' seat Last Christmas was a year ago. In ever' wagon-beand sleigh To ovcrieo 'cm and p'paro Was Jes' packed, as we rodo away, stuffln' for the turkey and The The young folks, mild er so along, The sast and all, you understand. UNITED STATES NEWS A strikln' up a slelghln'-song- , loimuurtlllMiu t'auc Tel David laughed and yelled, you I've alius managed David by TO SPEND CHRISTMAS IN PANknow. Jes' sayln' nothing. That was why And Jes whlrped up and sent tho AMA lie s chased Lido a snow Key President Taft sailed from beau away And gravel flyln' thick and fast-L- ast West, Fla., on the battleship Arknu- -' cause Lido Christmas was a year ago. to sas, Saturday, for the Isthmus flhe'd alius take that-ai- r V"y, seven-milJant we make personal up Terry's side of the insiicctlon come When David tackJes seven mild scant from church to fifty miles of' the Canal Zone, with led him; and so, a view to deciding whether the home- -It Last Christmas Zone should be grouted civil governdidn't 'pear, that day, to be year was a Much furdcr rallly n' 'bout threel ment. If the President decides that ago, the time Is rll! for this lnnoutlon, a Er rather, 'bout Hut I was purty squeamish by he will Issue a proclamation to that week afore, The tlmo homo hove In sight and I effect soon after his return nnd David and I'orry'd Sco two vehlckles h Col. Oocthals governor If quarr'I'd about standln' there l argymcnt, you know, Somo will accept the position. All to myso'f. And And pop told hlra to "Jes" git out RELATIONS STRAINED presently O' there, and not to como no more. David ho sobered; The relations between the L'ultod And, when ho went out, to shet tho nnd says ho, States and '.Mexico are greatly straindoor." that-ai- r winder, we ed at present owing to seemingly auAnd as bo passed tho Squlro Ilanch's Saw I'crry, whlto as white could be thentic reports of thi old March past, ouhltch his hoBs, and Huggy." says he. and abuse of Americans by Mexicans. light clnybank Henry IjiIii Wilson, our ambassador and lopo out o' sight. A to Mexico, has been In Washington moro J" Then Lido sho como to mo and crledJ Says I, "Le's git for some days and Is returning with was no need. And I said nothln out tho cold what purports to be an ultimatum And ylt, you know, thot man Jes' got Illght out o' there's ef ho'd bo'n shot, Your company's nigh 'bout froze!" He to the Mexican Government. It Is says, wild that the President and his cabl"tendln" ho must go and feed sleigh 's that-airTho stock cr sompln'. Then I trlod "Whose inet an greatly Incensed nt a recent there J" Mexican To git tho poro gul pacified. from the Says I, "It's no odds whose you Jes' communication Government, nnu, unless leparuttoni" Drive to the houso and let us out, Hut' glttln' back to whoro was wot 'Causo we 're Jes' freezln', nigh made, drastic measures will quickly Oh, ycal where David lectored mo follow. about!" WILSON HOLDS MANY CONKER ENCES President Elect Wilson is spending all of his time not required by his IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR lostllon as Governor of New Jersey In conferences with prominent Demo crats relatlvo to tho launching of his administration. Ho was closeted with Mr. llryan, Saturday, for n munbor cf hours, but nothing Is known us to tho nature of their conversation, Mr. Wilson has let It be known IMPORTED AND SOLD BY that no announcement of cabinet until may bo expected tho first of Murch; that he will not make up his mind until all the evidence is In. Ho Is said to welcome r of whom we are the sole agents and distributors at Berea, Ky. but does not look commendations We are now selling all our stock of high grade 35c coffees such kindly toward those who plend their own cause, as: FAUST'S BLEND, JOHNSON & ALLEN'S Steel Cut and URGED TO ARBITRATE AMERICAN BEAUTY, at cost 28c while they last, put up in tins. At n meeting of tho American Society for tho Judlclul settlement cif International disputes, hold in Washwas ington last week, a resolution passed urging the President to sub-mthu question at Isbuo between anti-saloo- n ing him with being Insincere In his nttltudo toward the liquor question. Tho notoriety given to the Gover- A COMPLETE LINE Hardware, Paints, Mowing Machine!, Farming Implements, Oil Stoves, and Groceries their 1 "Je' SB I , nt nor's present and his letter, In th" CLARKSTON Washington palters, was particularly MAIN STREET, near Bank galling to tho Kentucky temerance delegates owing to the fart that. It was well known that they had been range for tho running or the lalo 'tho ones they wanted wero satisfi apiKJlnted by him to go to Washing- of his mill. Ills return becamo known ed to exiiend their anger on propton nnd uho their Influence) In the to tho "Committee" at Richmond erty and to "kill Hanson's saw mill." d tho of Interest and a mob assembled at this Glades. They toro off tho rcof, broko up Hill which was up for consideration It was not disposed to bo violent. tho wheels nnd ruined tho boilers. thero. Mr. Hanson went to tho mountains Tho planes wero raved nnd until a They naturally felt that they worn for a few days nnd the mob dispers- recent date were In use In Mr. discredited In their mission. ed, thinking ho was gone. About thn mill and tho ornamental eagle middle of 'March ho Issued a prowhich surmounted tho mill called test nnd sent It to tho editor of "Hanson's god" by tho mob Is still IN OUR OWN STATE tho ".Messenger" In Richmond. This cherished as a relic of tho olden Cntittmirtl from Flrt I'kc was regarded as a noto of definite tlmo by Mr. Hurdotte. DELL REPLIES s Tho mob Issued orders ti the Former Commissioner Dell has Is- and tho feeling became hostile, M. Clay came to Derea In tho men who had opposed them to leave sued a statement In reply to a report of tho State Inspector and Ex- latter part of March, urped his tho state In a week. Tin list Inaminer respecting his administration friends not to support Mr. Hanson cluded Don Klrby, James Waters, In which It was said that there was and advised him to leave tho state. Peter Watera, Joel Todd, Squlro a discrepancy of twenty thousand dol- This ho refused to do. On a Sunday Stapp, Dr. Preston, Reuben Preston, night a mob of two hundred and Jesse Preston, Silas Williams, Frank lars In lib accounts. Bland and his son, and Green Haley. Mr. Dell claims that he followed nineteen men assembled and on Montho samo system of accounting that day morning they entered Berca arm- Some of them went away for n short tlmo and some did not go nt all. has been In vogue slnco 1&70, nnd, If ed with guns and pistols.' The had been loft at homo this In a letter to the Cincinnati Gazotte his administration Is short, the same time. Mr. Fee said that none of theso men can bo shown for every administrathem tion for forty years. Tho action of this mob was annoy- wvro "radicals" but "all of Tho opposition that ing. They searched tho homes of the Republicans." WINS RHODES SCHOLARSHIP Tho Rhodes Scholarship Conimltteo residents, that Is tho Republicans, os- at first attached to abolitionists was A man In last week awarded the prize to Thos. tensibly In search of Mr, Hanson. extended to Republicans. n meeting expressed it 11. Jones of Frankfort, a student In Tho conduct cf this mob was so ofbeGeorgetown College. Mr. Jones will fensive nt the houso of one of the In these words, "The difference residents that about fifteen of the tween a Republican and an abolienter Oxford next September. men got together to oppose th m. tionist is the dlfferenco between a CHRISTMAS SEALS eoou Tho customary method of raising A fight occurred on tho Slate Lick pig and a shoat, tho ono will Road near the homo of John Pres- grow Into tho other." s3cL-t.emoney for In the meantime Mr. Hanson was by tho sale of Christmas stamps bus ton, not far this sldo of tlu sulphur Leen launched ugaln this Christmas springs nnd several men were wound- - making his way out of tho state. HidIn various localities In Kentucky, but 'ed, three at least of the mob. Tha ing by day nnd traveling by unfreearly reports are to the effect that 'opiiosltlou caused consternation and quented roads by night toward the railroad passing through Nicholas, the returns aro not encouraging. This the mob retreated. At In commenting on this tho Cin- vlllo and managed to reach It. may bo due, In part, to the publico-t'o- n cinnati "World Wo Live Ii" said: Paris a reward was offered by the In various newspapers of a posfor his arrest. Once sible serum euro for consumption, or "If fifteen men who cooly determine Governor recognized was and came In some Instances, to pretty general to defend themselves In tho posses-Io- n ho acquainan near of tho Inalienable rights ;it dangerously mlstruct of tho organization that handles tho money. The cause Is a good citizenship which belong to them, tance with the hangman's rope. In one, but when committees, secretar- can throw terrcr Into a mob number- his old carpet bag he carried tho reies or other officials use the organiza- ing two hundred and nineteen men, cords of the beloved College and durhow easily could Governor Magoffin ing his absence wrote them into a tion and the money to gain College possisscs. with but llttlo relief to have prevented tho expulsion of Fee book which tho 'Mr. Hanson laid out tho plot for and Hanson nnd upheld the Constitho sufferers to their credit, people tho town of Uerea and thy surveytution nnd laws." soon lose confidence. ing instruments with which the llnc3 There seemed to be danger of were run have recently been brought further trouble and the ennctment back to Berea by his grandson, Estyll STRENUOUS TIMES IN BEREA of scenes similar to those occurring Hanson, who la a student In the (Continual from firt page) In Kansas. Tha mob sent an appeal ISo'J, the workers of Berea and to tho Governor for tho militia and College. raid, G. j Our fellow townsman, Samuel boinc of the citizens of radical views they sent to Lexington for a canIs a brother of John G. Hanson on tho slavery question were ordernon and for "men to shoot It." 'Mr. of to L'ae Clay In a letter to tho "Liberator' Hanson and tho oldest member ed by a mob of sixty-tw- o r, was said: "If we had fifty or a hundred 'the Hoard of Trustees. Another thu state. Among this nuiuU-- r Arthur Hanson, after service John Gregg Hnuson, mentioned in Sharp's rifles It would give us imin tho Civil War becamo a member the clipping. He was closely Identimense power In the mountain re- I of tho Hoard of Trustees. fied with the establishment of the cesses, cannon could not where college nnd was Its first s;cretary. reach us. God l.nows we don't want Editor Wares Sarcastic. He had a baw mill on the Slate the scenes of Knnsas again reenact-eA Kansas editor sarcastically anLick Road and gnvo liberally of his sattlng nounces that be wants 10 buy a sack first disarming us nnd means as well us his service to tho our foes upon us." of flour, a pair of new school. not trousers, and 'i straw hnt and that he These things, however, did In March of JSOO "Mr. Hanson venth." Is ready tc receive hid on the sums. come to pass. Tho mob did on tured to return to Derea to look af following day, Tuesday, recover it- He says that Is the way the merchants ar self and return but falling to find io when they want two dollars' wortii tor his busliu'33 Interests nnd AtiM'l-o- n f inli work CiiiA Kenyon-Sheph-rBur-dette- 'g Cas-slumcd-e.ratcs s ! personal-notoriety . bro-Jthed, n pcesRiRht j. d. Q'y" 'Csii torn-foo- "Hain't "and soc-gya- , ' ' THE Most Delicious and Highest Grade Line of Coffees in the World. W. T. McLaughlin & Co., of Chicago. Holliday's for all other good things to eat. "Satisfaction or Money Back." Office. lt Next door to Post Phone 92 HOLLIDAY'S INCORPORATED Great llrltulu and our country tela tlvo to Panama Canal tolls to Tim Hague tribunal for arbitration, THE DYNAMITE TRIALS at Tho trials of the dynamiters Indianapolis havo closed so fur as The tho testimony Is concerned. Jury Is listening to the arguments of the uttornoys which will continue until Christmas, thu case going to tho Jury a few days thereafter. 'I Page iSix. THIS CITIZEN. com tomorrow nflcraoon and chute motlm swhile?" he asked Mrs. Comstock ns he arose. "I've got to outdoors some place, aud I'm quite sure I'd get well faster hero than anywhere else. Please say I may come." "I have no objections If Elnora really would like help." said Mrs. Comstock. tn her heart she wished he would not. She wanted her newly found treasure nil to herself for a tlmo at least. Hut Elnora's were eager, shining eyes. She thought Jt would bo splendid to hate help and great fun to try book methods for taking moths, so It was arranged. As Amnion rode away Mrs. Comstock's eyes followed him. "What it nice young man!" sbo said. "He seems due." agreed Elnora. The next morning Mrs. Comstock called to Eluorn, "The mall carrier stopped at our box." Eluorn ran down the walk nnd camo bnck currying 1111 olllclnl looking letter. In which the position of lecturer on natural history was offered to Elnora. at n salary of $?."0 a year, with f'MO for expenses "It Is a new position. They uever have had anything like It before. 1 suspect It arose from the help I'vo been giving the grade teachers In their nature work. Mother, denr, I am going to nccept this, of course. The work will be n delight. I'd love It most of You must help anything In teaching me. We must II ml nests, eggs, leaves, "May I December 26, 1912. beautiful." be said. "In fact, she Is altogether lovely." "It Is customary for a tnnn to thine the girl ho Is going to marry lovely. I Is making Mrnwlcrry preserves, ami she can't mine until she finishes. we go down to the swamp, and I'll show yen what Is left of the llower room that Terrence O'More. the big lumberman of Oreiit Ibiplds, mndo when he wis n homeless boy here. Ho was called I'reckles Of course, you have beard Hie story?" "Yes. and I've met the O'Mores. who arc frequently In Chicago society." They went down the road to tho swamp, climbed (lie snake fence, followed Ilio path to the old trail and then turned south nlong It Elnora Indicated to Amnion thejr.ill with remnants of sagging hnrhct" wire. "It was ten years ago." she said "I was Just n little schoolgirl, but I wan dered widely even then, nnd no one cured. I saw him often. He had been In n city Institution all his life, when he took the Job of keeping timber thieves nut of tills swamp, before many trees hnd cut. It wns n strong man's work nnd he wns n frail boy, but he grew hardier ns ho lived out of doors, and he won. "Some dnvs his face was dreadfully sad, some days It wns so determined n little child could see tho force tn It, nud once It was radiant. That day the can't 8wamp Angel wr.s with lilni. tell you what she was like. I never saw any one who resembled her. Ho stnped near here to show her a bird's nest Then they went on to a sort of flower room he hnd made, nnd he sang for her Hy the time he left I had got bold enough to come out on the trail, nnd I met the big Scotchman freckles lived w Ith He saw me entchlns moths nnd butterflies, so he took me to tho llower room and gave me everything there. I don't dare come alone often, mid so I can't keep It up ns he did. but you con see something of how It wns." Elnora led the wnj nud Amnion followed The outlines of the room were not distinct. becnue many of the trees were gone, tint Elnora showed how It had been ns nearly ns she roulil. "The swamp Is olmost ruined now," she snld. "The maples, walnuts and cherries are all goue. The talking trees are the only things left worth while." "The 'talking trees!' I don't understand." commented Amnion. "No wonder!" laughed Eiuorn. "They are my discovery. You know all trees whisper anil talk during the summer, but there are two that have so much to say they keep on the whole winter when the others are silent. The ts'ech-e- s and oaks so lore to trik they cling to their dead, dry leaves. In the winter the winds are stlffest und blow most, so these trees whisper, chatter, sob. laugh nnd nt times roar until the When the nlr Is sound Is deafening. cold nnd clear, the world very wblto and the harp music swelling, then tbo talking tre- - tell the strengthening, uplifting things." "You wonderful girl!" cried Ammon. "What n woman you will Is'!" "If I am n woman nt nil worth while It will Im lscnuse hnve bad such won-- ' derful opiHirtunltles." said Elnora. "Not every girl Is driven to the roreit to lenrn what (,od has to say there. Here nrc the remains or I'reckles' room The time the Angid came hero I never he sang to her and I listened henrd music like that. No wonder sho Everyone who knew him loved him did. und they do yet. Try that log. It I'hts old makes n fairly good sent. store box was his treasure house. Just as It's now mine. I will show you my dearest sisseslon. do not dare take It home txvause mother can't overcome her dislike for It. It wns my father's, nn In some ways I am like him. This is the strongest." Bup-tsise Ik-c1 1 1 1 The Heroine of the Forest - PROLOGUE. education, her love, her happiness and other good things, eo, 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 tn everyday lives. Through these pages flutter the brilliant batter-fl- y of tangled romance, the more sober butterjly, no less beautiful, of noble, quiet lives, well lived, and the gray moth of sorrow borne needlessly for many years. And if you listen closely yoa may hear the buxz of the little, busy existence of Billy, a young-tie- r worth your knowing. ""TVuIt until T get u knife and a pail 1 will go along." answered Mrs Comstock. "The dandelion are plenty tender for greens unions the deep grosses, and I might Just happen to see something myself. My eyes arc pretty It was in the woods (hat the ftrl of the Limberlost found her and sharp." Near the creek, following It toward tho bridge. Mrs. Comstock found a large bed or tender dandelions and stopped to till her pall. .Eluora remained within calling distance and wus tiavlng good success At last Klie crossed the creek, following It up to a bridge. There sbe began a careful examination of the under sides of the sleepers and flooring for cocoons. .Mrs. CouiHtock could see her and the creek for several rod above. Around the bend came a man lie was bareheaded, dressed in a white sweater and wuders which reached to his waist, (le kept on the bank, only entering the wnter when necessary lie hint n queer basket stropped nn his blp, nud with huiuII rod he Kent a long line spinning before him down the creek, deftly manipulating with It a little floating object. lie was nearer Elnora than her mother, but Mrs. Comstock thought possibly by hurrying she could remain unseen uud yet warn the girl that u stranger was coming Elnora wan under the bridge, one knee pluuted In the embankment and a foot braced to support her. Her hair was tousled by wind and bushes, her face flushed, aud she lifted her arms sbovo her head, worklug to loosen b cocoon slic had found. The call Mrs .Uonistock had Intended to utter never found voire "Possibly I could get that for you." suggested the man. "Oh. 1 do hope you can!" answered Elnora. "It's iulte a Uud! It's one of those lovely pale red cocoons described In the books I suspect It comes from having iMvn In a dark place and reencd froia. the weather." 11 wonder If 1 should And her so." "You would," said Amnion, "No one aver falls to. Hhe Is tall ns you, very slender, but perfectly ruundedi you know nbout her eyes: her hnlr Is black and wavy, while her complexion Is clear nnd flushed with red." Eluorn knelt among the flowers at she looked nt him. "Why, she must ho Hie most beautiful girl In the wholo wor' I." she cried. Ammon laughed. "No. Indeed." he snld. "She Is not n particle better looking In her way than you oro In yours. She U a type of dark beauty, but you are Just as perfect. She Is unusual In her combination of black hair and violet eyes, although every one thinks them black nt a little distance. You are quite ns un usual with your fair face, black brows nnd brown hair Indeed. I know many peoplo who would prefer your bright head to her dark one. It's nil n question of taste nnd being engaged to tho girl," he ndded. "Edith has a birthday soon. If these Inst wilt you let mo havoa box of them to send her"" "I will help gather and pack them for you. so they will carry nicely. Is she Interested' In nature?" Edith Carr? Let mo "What first, I believe she tnkea pride think In being Just n little handsomer ond queer formations In plants and rnm better dressed than any girl of her set. I must have llower boxes Khe Is Interested In having n beautiful flowers. made for eneh of the rooms and filled home, line npKilntments about her. tn with wild things. I should begin to being petted, praised and the acknowlgather specimens this very day" edged lender of society She likes to Elnora was on her feet. Uer face find new things which nmuse her and was tlushet and tier eyes bright. to always uud In all circumstances "Can I help you?" Mrs. Comstock's have her own way about everything." strong face was pathetic "Mood gracious!" cried Elnora. star"Indeed, yes!" cried Elnora. "1 nev- ing at til id "Hut what does she do? er can get through It alone." How does she spend her lime?" Amnion mine whistling down tho "Spend her time!" repeated Amnion. walk between the cinnamon pinks, "Well, she would call that a Joke. Her pansles and strn wherries He carried days ure nver long enough There Is several packages wh'le bis face Unshendless shopping to find the pretty ed with more color than on the things, regular tlslts to the dressmaday. ker, calls, parties, theaters, entertain"Only see what has hapenrd to ments She Is always rushed. I never me!" rrled Elnora. oITerlnc hrr letter. get to see half as much uf her as I "I'll wager I know'" answered Am- would like" Every one In nion. "Isn't It great' "Hut I mean work." ersted Elnora. talking about It" Onnbash.-- i sbe Interested Hint Is use"In what lie laughed as he sat, breathing ful to the world?" shortly. "Me!" cried Amnion promptly. "It doesn't seem Ksslble that a fel "I cjn uuilrrMmnl that." laughed Ellow could lose his Mtrengtb like this. nora "What I can't understand Is My knees are actually trembling, but how you can be In- "She stopped Uncle short In confusion, but sbe saw that he I'll be all right In n minute. Doc said I could come." had Unlsheil the sentence as she bad Then he lsgnn unwrapping pneknges Intended. "I beg your pardon." she and explaining to Mrs. Comstock bow cried "I dldn'l menu to say that. Hut He followed I cannot understand these people I to cook the compound. her luto the kitchen, kindled the tiro hear nbout who live only for their owu FitANM. and stirred the preparation as bo talkomu'ement. Perhaps ft Is very great. ed. While the mixture cooled be nnd I'll never have a chance to know To Elnora walked through ttie vegetable tne It seems the only pleasure In this ' "Is that bo?" cried tho man. Walt Introduction fceem mighty comprchen- - garden behind the cabin and strayed world worth having Is the Joy we get on your part, but It still leaves me a minute. Are you making n, collec- slve from there Into the woods. out of living for those we love and My name Is Comstock. unclassified ' tion?" those we can help I hope you nro not At last Mrs. Comstock finished the angry with me." He reeled In his line, laid bis rod greens. CHAPTER XIX. Amnion set silently looking fnr away, across a bush and climbed the em"You are three miles from the city Whtr!n Philip A mm on It Shown Limwith deep thought In his eyes. bankment to Elnora's side, produced, a and less than a mile from where we bcrlost Violet. are ungry." fullered Elnora. knife and began the work of whittling live." she said, "if you will tell me rT.MMO looked at tho girl In "You look came bnck tn her ns she His a deep groove around the cocoon. A I wonder. In face and form sbo what you dare eat. 1 suspect you had til knelt paid my way through the best go home with us and rest until "Yes. At I was ns lovely us nny one of bcr and hebefore ut in among the flowers gazed high school In Onnbasha with them. her steadily. day before you start the cool of the "No doutc should be." he sold, Now I am starting a collection which back. Probably some one that you Her school work far surpassed that of "but the fact Is I um not I cannot means college." can ride In with will lie passing before most girls of tier age he knew. She understand n life purely for personal "Onabnsha!" said the man. "That evening." differed In other ways. This vast store pleasure myseir Hut she Is on'y n Is where I nm visiting." lie paused Philip Amnion was on his feet. Pick- of learning she had gathered from girl, and this Is her playtime. When to rest, for tho bridge flooring was ing up the pnll of greens and his tish-in- field hiicI was u wealth of nt-forest she Is n woman In her own home, then bard lumber, and the task he had set rod he stood waiting Eluorn traction uo other girl possessed. Her himself not ensy. "Possibly you know the way. Mrs. Comstock motioned frank, matter ot fail inam.er was an she will be dllTerent. will she not?" Elnora never resembled her mother my people Dr. Amnion's? The doctor Philip to follow nud she walked tn the inheritance from lnr motlier but tbero so closely us when she answered that is my uncle. My home Is In Chicago. rear. was something more Once, ns they question I've been bav.tng typhoid fever, souioEluorn proceeded slowly, chattering wns ttie he thought "1 thing fierce. In the hospital six weeks. nbout cverytI)lllK onj; tm, tra. I'nillp talked to describe Itsympathy' word and nguln "com-- i with wouldtohave to he well acquainted gain strength right, so Uncle waf) ntcre,e,i n ,,u ,he objects she know, but I should hope tier Didn't prehension.' She seemed to (sjssess a- Doc sent for me. I am to live out of pointed out. noticing several things large sense of tiroilicrhood for nil ha- - to. To make a real home for n tired man Is a very dllTerent kind doors all summer, and exercise until I i wlilcli escaped her When Elnora turn, man mid iinltnate creatures. She might business My name Is ' , get In condition again. of h fl0me Phllln as well liave been n boy, so lacking was of work from that required to be a tllnnt ,i. Philip Amnion. Don't you want help?' Amnion stopped, took a long look at she In any touch or leiiiluiue coquetry leader of scs'lety It tleulnnds different Elnora parried the question. the big hewed log cabin, the vines toward lilni. He studied tier wonder-- ' talent and education Of course, she means to change, or sln would not have "Have you ever bunted moths, Mr. which clambered over It, the dower I ugly promised to make u home for you I Amnion?" garden nblazc with beds of uright along the path they As they went "Enough to know the ropes In taking bloom lnterporsed with strawberries suspect our dos Is cool now. Let's go reached n large slluie covered pool sur- try for some butterflies." them uud to distinguish the commonnnd tomatoes, the trees of the forest decaying stumps nud logs "You should hear my sister PollyP' est ones. I know enough to help you rising north nnd west like n green wall rounded by thickly covered with water hyacinths said Ammon "This was her Inst year nil right." nnd exclaimed. "How beautiful!" tanil blue Hags Amnion stopped. In college. Lunches and sororities "Aren't you going north?" Philip Ammon was ravenous for tho "Is that the placet" he usked. were all I heard her mention, until "All depends on bow this fever leaves buttermilk, nud when he stretched ou Eluora assented Tom Levering came on deck; now he me. Undo says tho nights ure too cold the bench In the nrhor the flickering "The doctor told joii?" Is the leading subject.' and the days too hot there for me. , patches of sunlight so tuntullzisj tils "Yes It was liagle. Is that pool real"Is Edith Cnrr n college girl?" He thinks I had better stay In an tired eyes, wuiie tne nees mane sucn ly iHjttoinless?" "No She Is the selectest kind even temperature until I am strong splendid music, he was soon sound "So far lis Ae eier have been ablo or n private boardingiery school girl " again. I'll have this cut out In n min- nsleep. to discover." As they went h.icl; along Hie path toute You better sny yes.'" he persist- j When Eluorn nnf her mother camo "And yon weie born here?" gether Eluorn talked of many things, ed. "It would be a real kindness. It out with a table they stood a short not Intended to voice that but Amnion answered absently. EviHe had would keep me out doors all day and time looking nt him. It Is probablo thought. dently he was thinking jf something give an Incentive to work. 'I'm good Mrs. n united voiced Comstock "Yes." she said lool.tug Into his eyes. else. Hut the moth ball reeulled him. at It. I'll show you If am not In n thought when she said, "What a "Just In time to prevent my mother and ho wns ready for work ns they week or so. 1 can 'sugar,' manipulate decent looking young maul from saving of uiy father. lights and mirrors nnd am familiar IIow proud his mother must bo of came near the lire forgiving me. Sho made their way buck In the woods. He never A wanted to try the Limbcrlost, hut Elwager him! We must be careful what wo with all the expert methods. I'll little further along Is my violet bed. I uora was firm about keeping nn home moths are thick In the old swamp over let him eat." want you to see It " ground. She did not tc! him that there." They returned to tho kitchen wbcro She led him lulu n swnmpy half open lights hung tn the swamp would be n "Most I Mrs. Comstock proceeded to be enro-ful- . space "They are." said Elnora. In I lie woods, slopped and stepsignal to cull up n b.iud of men whoso have I took there. A few nights ago She broiled ham or her own sugar ped uldo Amnion utteied a cry of presence she dreaded So they set out my mother cniight a good many, but curing, creamed potatoes, served assurprised delight A few decaying logs (lope. Elnora the we don't dare go alone." paragus on toast and made n dandelion were tvu tiered around, the grass grew Ammon carrying the Cmiisiock rollow- net. Hilly and Mrs "All the more reason why you need salad nnd n delicious strawberry short- In Hugs wav-- . lng with cyanide boxes mid lanterns. tufts long and line lllue me. Where do you live? 1 can't get cake. When everything was ready she ed. clusters of cowslips nodded gold they trhd tor butterflies nnd an answer from you I'll Just go tell touched Amnion's sleeve. heads, but the whole earth was purple Vu pi tired several flue ones with little your mothei who I nm and nsk her If I something to cat. lad, with u thick bluiikel of violets nodding "Host have trouble. They also railed swarms or tuny help you." beforo you get too hungry." she said. Eluora ants, beetles, bees nnd llles. When It from stems a foot In length The cocoon came loose. Philip Am-- j "Please hurry!" he begged laughingknelt nud slipping her lingers through grew dusk Mrs Couisto.'l; nud Ammou stepped down the cmlmukiucnt, ly as he held a plate toward her to be the leaves and grasses to tho roots, turning to offer his hand to Eluorn. filled. "It's mighty kind of you to tnko gathered u few violets and gave them nion went to prepare supper Elnora and Hilly rcmnlinil until the butterThey, went to Mrs. Comstock. me In. I hope I will be man enough to Philip. flies went to bed. Tho'i tliey lighted ".Mother, this Is Mr. Philip Amnion In n few days to do something worth "Can your city gits'nhoiisoa surpass the lanterns, re; Minted the troes and "He bus while In' return." of Chicago." said Eluora them?" she aski-d- . followed the home trail beeu III. uud he Is staying with Dr They tulked of tlowem, moths, dragAmnion sat ou a log to ovamlno the Mrs. Comstoel; and Elnnrn were tlu He came flsh on tiles. Indian relics and nil the natAmnion In Onalmsha. Ishlng break fust the next morning lng down the creek und cut this cocoon ural wonders the swamp afforded, blooms. "They are superb!" he said. "I never when they heard a cheery whistle dawn from under the brldgo for me. He straying from those subjects to liooks feels that It would be belter to hunt and school work. When they cleared saw such lengtli of stem or such rank the toad. Eluorn with surprised eyes looked at her mother moths than to Ush until be gets well. the table Amnion assisted, carrying leaves, while Hie Mowers are the deepblue, the truest violet I ever saw It wns Just siiiiiisc. but tho musiWhat do yo't think about It?" tray loads to the kitchen. Ho est several He lookisl growing wild They uro colored exactcian was Philip Aiainon Philip Ammon extended bis band. and Elnora mounted specimens, whllo ly like the eyes of the girl I um going stronger thuu yesleida.v. "I um glad to know you." be said. Mrs. Comstock washed the dishes. to marry " "I hope I tun not list early." he suld. .... 'You may utke the buudshaklnR for Then ..... ,....., ou, wltll Ehiorii handed lilni acverul others to "l am consumed with anxiety to learn renlled Mrs. Comstock. "Dan- - wua embroidering. granted." At last Amnion If hp have made n catch." dcUouh have a way of making tbo flu- - Mll, he ,,,, or dU rrt1ll(jB wouW add to those he held "We will have to wander nlong the "She must huvc wonderful eyes." she I like to know a mau gers Htlcky. and anxious about bliu. comiuciiifd roads uud around the edge or the before I take his bund, anyway. That today," said Elnoru. "Mother "No other blue inn quite so s pro-vlou-s I 1 1 1 ! u-' ' - ,., i ' 1 ' ' .... inv ,,,, l.lm-berlo- ee CHAPTER XX. tho Limberloit 8ingt For Ammon. I.NOltA lifted the violin and be gun to piny She woie u school dress of green gingham, with the sleeves rollisl to the elbows. She seemisl a part of the settlug all uroinid her Her head shone like a small dark sun, uud her face never had seemed so roe flushed and fair Prom tile Instant she drew the bow her lips parted uud her eyes fastened on something far away In the swamp, mid never did she give more of that Impression of feellijg for her notes und repeat lug something audible only to her. Ammon nas too near to i:et the best effect lie urose nud stepped back several yards, leaning against n large tree, looking nud listening with nil Ills soul. As he changed position lie saw that Mrs Comstock had followed them and was standing on the trull, where she louhl not have helped hearing everything Eluori had said So to Amnion before her nnd the mother wntihlng on the trail Elnora played the song of To the man It was the LlniberlCNt. a revelation, lie hi nod so stunned ho forgot Mrs Comstock He tried to realize what a great city audience wuilld say to thill music from such a player with a like background, und ho could not Imagine He was wondering what lie dared sny, how much he might express, when the Inst note fell nud the girl luld the violin III the case, closed the door, locked It und hid the key In the rotting wood at the end of a log. Then sho en inn to til in Ammon stood looking nt her curiously "1 wonder." he snld. "what peoplo would sny to that?" "I did It In public once." snld Elnora. I "I think they liked It fairly well had n note yesterday offering me the leadership of the high school orchestra I would gladly In Ouabisha piny for nothing Just to be able to express myself." "Hive up the college tden." said Amnion "Your mind does not need that rt of development. It Is fur past It," "Do you really mean that you would give up nil Idea of golug to college, If you were me?" (Continued next week.) Whinln E December 26, 1912. THE CITIZEN Pace Seven m 1 .; i 1 . V A.I Ml l' Vf I St-- iY INTENSIVE FARMING Conducted by FRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M.S. Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator . SIX DOORS FOR ASPIR.1NG YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door f - A Prosperous Year animal oxlstence only. Hut wo have ii much higher mission In life to fulI fill. Wo havo 'minds to tralu for tho wlsa guidance of our physical endeavors, nnd characters to build for all j eternity. Now that wo havo such bountiful crops to fatten off tho hogs and cattle, why not Invest the prlco of two fat hogs In a winter term, twclvo weeks, course In agriculture-at Herca College? This courso has been especially arranged for tho farmer boys who cannot bo spared ' from tho farm during tho cropping season. There will bo courses In farm crops, soil fertility, tho caro of mountain farming conditions. Also courses In practical farm arithmetic nnd book- Berea's Vocational Schools power, combined with .7 i y 'M T TV ' W) A If (I ' WHEN I When Mistletoe blows, There's a hope In my heartl may catch her apart q hope in my heart! For haply who Knows? MisUetoe blows, V J FROM STORY THE CHILDREN SPRITES FOR A IloitliT ImloKcl In a Imi wliili will nr 'ttrttiiitiH 1I.1V (ur nlmit 7 u il, IJ imlrKi- of leatniil ph it I 111 1 IwlH rid'.li winilii ' t "l'3CVy . 7T if ,lncl ""1"' HXto ttiltlRn. ImI 11 rrntnli fir I am nt pltniiiri'. Kuril an any fellow IIIiikm to u frlrnil . U 'I J onrc w rx IX'.. nr fm Yax" G ciiiiHlderH nilluT n'cp nml ililnkH of w lint till" Jolly rirnson brluiiM. mot ui iwIch mill !' Uiil tt iiiitiiii'ii ci)iirli'y w, ( .nut I In lt- - ' i o) ",1K 1111 k'c,"r'''' tin- - also (tint our utter which Is krutltmle you weio ih'm.t rude, fur your lieart. Iiideiil, Is very finely Ik toi'i. conjectured To IiiiohIiiIk' that 'ttii nil. Wln'ii l th! nerli'H of illHcourseH found iiiont untimely cIohh, arucmlilod In n corn field, and Imlil e nearly 'roip. We'd forKiillen, we're bo old. lu-rwitH hucIi u tdliiR h cold, mid much too nmart to think of IiIiirh like tlioxii. Hut our lienrtit mo Hlwayi warm, nnd lu tliliikinv. Kred. of yi.u, Riich a warmth .ihihi- ,ih any tltiio'would holl nn ojnter Hlew. Then. alnmklnK In the heal, we did all of UK rompele In dlncuxHlon of what would and wouldn't do. Unco I ho arKii tuent Krew fierce, hut over tills we'll dmw b veil, We ate all of us ho leurueil that we thoiiKht tyou know the Inle), that we each of uh knew lest what would lend the KroatcHt ti -- what a modern Uiy would not consider gtalo. Wo conmilted auinlry IIhih wlilrh only mixed tin up the wm he: wo roJecteil noinit BUKKostloiiH far too Ionk for any inno; and we hckeied and we unlrkored, while uhovo l lie moon lli(ht flickered, and (Uncovered that And at Ideal thliiKti wen lust we ucvo up tijllii; to decide It for each other, mid departed, Ink: what you like, my learned "Oho It brother." So each made IiIh own selection, which aceoiiulH for the complexion of the arllcles'we hope you'll .how your mother. On the top you'll Hud a ticket for n trip aiouml I ho earth. Thin, of coiithc, Ik from old JoKeify, I he chap who had a dearth of IiIcuh, hut In fnct wan lather dlllKcnt than lux, he Ik hopltiK that you .vatlzcd tiln woith. Next In order In n dictionary don't turn up oiw none. Ii'h no ordinary uppearance volume, uh IIh queei hIiowh. When you'ie tttuck for what to ay, turn the knoh the proper way, and the word In In )otir month, and out II koch. In thin 100k Im every laitKuaKe, o'en Including that of hlrds and the speech the cow are utltiK whoii tliuy Btroll about In lienlii. Why. you cannot t;o anlrny, an lo how and what to biv, If you use llio rl you by old WoihU. what 'Vlth aimloKleH we mention you get from AiikIo Saxon. Hd'k tho chap for whom Iho speech of other natloni had attraction. Ho rial down, It Keems, and wrolo )oii a protulHSory rote. You will never Ket the coin without exaction. Prom Numoro, u picHotit that will couifort you, wo fuel. It's a table, with s marvelmiH. iinusuul kind of wheel. Yei, a multiplication table; turn tho crank, it you are able, and you'll have before your oyes a limcliiut meal. Old Hint ory. the giundpu of tint hols Kial hiniiuu ruco, lendn a Pat 11 pn-hc- ent Iron Memory a tlihiK )ou cant replace Put It 'way unto your en,r and you'll find that nil you hear you'll ii'iieniber ipille dlMtlnctly--fo- r npace And lastly, lly 0 Une the man who Kavo you muh a t.care, ptitn lu gome thliiK you ran ulwayit une and koiiio ililnn )ou can wear. It's a tliliiR that uiukex for health. Indeed, for happl ;' nnd wealth. It's Hn evorlamlnK bottle of fiesli nlr. So remember, when your toys are that the read nloiut ou on Iho Learned Sptlteb have tried to make oii happ). they have dilK In the pren of China, than the which iheio'B nolliliiK liner, and we're iend Ini; you a much an wu could Iuk. II C nrr ou use (bene little KlftH that forwardliiK Just right you will ucvei have to Union to another learned Hut there's ono thins more, sprite. "Merry ChrUtmas," that U to wit ni. It. So we hereunto subscribe, and whitejoni-ntrr- . In black keeping, nnd In Kngllsh composition, business Utter writing, nnd publ.c speaking, that will cnablo tho farmer of tomorrow to speak, nnd wrlto In such a way that he can tnko his almost countless nianufacturlni; con- stand along sldo tho men of all walks cerns for equipment for which In llfo and bo second to none. And nrc beltiR spent thnn ever there Is not a butter place on the before, and tho steel mills tiro now American continent fcr a young man several months behind with their to spend n winter than right at Boorders. Many of tho New Kuglaiid tex- ron. There Is Jti3t tho right mixture tile mills nro working day und night of work and Jolly good times to make shifts to fill their rush of orders for tho three months pass as scarcely dry goods. Anil so with every lino ono. of Industry tho country over "ProsBoys' and Girls' Club Work perity" Is written high on tho horiNothing has given so great nn zon. And why? Simply because the great American farmer has poured In- Impetus to agriculture In tho South to tho lap of tho world a Christmas as Ur. Knnpp's boys' corn clubs. Tho all organizations havo sprung up gift uncqualed In history. country, nnd thare will be A crop of 1, WO ,000,000 bushels mote over tho done next than last year, which Is nn Incrense moro of thnt kind of work Montgomyear than ever before. Mr. of about 30 per c?nt, nnd nn Increase special Instructions crop ery has received of 11 per cent over the best push tho year ever known In this country, has from Washington, D. C, to club work In this locality. The Girls' begotten confidence thruout tho busiCanning Club will como ness world that politics, Wall Street Garden and Into prominence this year. Girls from trickery, stock manipulation or calam10 to IS years old enn go into this ity doggerels hove not been nblo club. They aro to cultivate to affect In tho leant. acre of ground in tomatoes and other Yes, this year wo shall all know vegetables, follow Instructions s nt Claus, and shall we our Santa not out from Washington regarding tho tender grateful thanks to our Heaven- planting and care of them, methods ly Father for all Ho has done for us of canning and selling or using tho In a temporal way? Has Honotmado different vegetables, keep account of tho cost of living an easier problem expenses and receipts and wrlto a us by giving us such a bountiful little story about the work. Fine prizes and will bo offered. A number havo alharvest to bless this nation, through It tho whole world? ready signed up for membership. If Truly nt this Christmas time we you wish to Join tho National Hoys' proud that Corn Club or tho Boys' nnd Girls' poshould bo thankful and tho world Is making Its obeisance to tato club, or the Girls' Garden and the American farmer. Canning Cub, wrlto to Mr. Montgomery, care of Tho Citizen, for applicaThe Beat Use of Prosperity Sometimes farmers turn their cat-tl- o tion blanks and he will forward your names to Washington so you can be In tho corn field to eat tho fodder that is cut and shocked. This, of enrolled there. You will bo kept postcourse, is bad management. What n ed during the winter through these will muss the cattle make of those shocks columns and Mr. Montgomery of valuable feed, nnd what a waste visit you In the spring to help you not get started. there Is. Sometimes folks nro tho Any letters of Inquiry about much better. We nre too much like the Indian who eats and sleeps while 'work will receive Sir, Montgomery s with prompt nnd careful attention. food Is plenty, being content s ' one-ten- th In n few days tho old year will havo paused away. What n wonderful year It tins been for tho American farmer. Never bsforo In tho history of our country has It been mure fotclhly demonstrated that tho farmer Is tho bono nnd Blncw of tho nation's progress. Novcr beforo lias tho world been awakened to tho fact that tho farmer Is so Krcat a factor In maintaining fienernl business prosperity. It Is the Kcncral rulo that presidential election year Is ono of business depression, but tho unprecedented farm crop of 1912 valued nt nearly $10,000,000,000 ban kept tho wheels of buslncKH turning merrily on with an accelerated speed heretofore unknown. Stcl mills nro called the barometer of tin) business world. They havo nil bsen worldtiK nt maximum capacity to fill tho orders of tho railroads nnd tho Training that adds to your money-earnin- g general education. FOIt YOUNO MBN Agriculture, Carpentry FOR YOUNG LADIES HomeSclenco, Printing, Commercial. Cooking, Nurs-ln- g, Dressmaking, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Gcnoral Education for thosa not far ndvancod, combined with aomo vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others llko yourself nnd glvo chance for most rapid progress. 3rd Door For tlut-- Berea's General Academy Course who are not expecting to teach and who nro not going through College, but desire moro general education. This Is Just tho thing for thoso preparing for medical studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives tho beet general education for thoso who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School expect to teach. This gives the very best training for thoeo who Courses arc bo arranged that young pooplo can summer nnd fall and attend school through tho thus earning money to keep right cn in their Head Dlnsmoro'o great book, "How to Teach a teach through tho winter and spring, course of study. District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College nnd provides This is tho straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History und all preparatory subjects. Tho Academy lc now Derea's largest department. standard 6th Door This Is tho crown of the whole, Institution, courses In all advanced subjects. Questions Answered I3EHEA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berca College with Us 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, g.vlng highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as porslblo for students to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMI LY, with careful regulations to protect the cbaraetc? and reputation of the young people. Our students como from tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may bo sick tho College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea live In Collego buildings, and many assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except In winter.it Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expen-se- s. (r Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoe are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, 'umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. Tin Collego asks no rent for tho fine buildings In which students Uvo, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and trashing of bedding and towels. For blo board, without coffieo or extras, $1.35 a week, in tho fall, and $1.50 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 .'s returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for caro of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing tor tuition or of teachers all our Instruction is a free gift). Tho Incidental Foa for most students is $5.00 a term; in Acadomy and Normal $6.00 ana ear-vic- es e'ro woitns. ANT.I.O SAXON. Nl'MKHO. CKWDKATHKK II Y (5 HISTOHY. Good Roads the Cheapest This quetslon of tho Improvement of mountain roads Is not getting the attention that It deserves. tin Good rouds nre the life of community. This can easily ho proved by contrasting conditions In a rough and muddy community with those or of a community that has pikes oven bettor drained and graded dirt roads. Good roads in a &rval men-sur- e the prosperity if determlno thlu tho community. Not only Is n financially so but It Is also, In great measure, morally, mentully nnd boclally bo. It you should Uvo In n community where there Is a good church ono and one half miles away and but tho roads were too rough muddy for you to attend, would this church bo likely to be of any moral nre benefit .to you? The chances that It would not, tho It might n an Indirect way. Tho same Is trua with uchools. Tho expoburo Is too where great for children to staud they havo to walk a mile or two thru tho mud and snow to get to tho school house. In sonio comI courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by tho half term. Installments nre as follows: $7.00 In Collegiate KNK. WINTER TERM VOCATIONAL AND TOUNDATION KCHOOLS IMF! TWO DINNERS FOR CHRISTMAS. Menus In Which Roast Otef and Goon Are the Leading Entrees. j I I I ate the prlmo fa vol lies, taking the pi credence of lur kc). which very soon after the first of December begins lo lose Its delkacj or Fur the Chrlntmas fennt - roast beet rim uuns goon- of flavor The Knellsh dinner of roant beef and plum pudding Is historic, nod In recent yearn Atnei leans have gen ernll) followed Ihe custom of sorvliiR an Kngllsh dinner on Chrlntman, hn proving on the old country mentis by Ihe inlillllon of daltily entices and salads. KUgKcstlons I lei e foi nre ionic dinners. menus tor Cl;ntiiiiii lii-n- The financial side of this question Is ono of great Importance, Good of toads would Improve tho price mountain land from nt least two dol- lars to ten dollars per acre, nnd the gains from transportation alone would soon pay for pikelng tho roads. An cstlmato of the average cost of hauling is 20 cents per ton per mile. In the county of which I have Just spoken this cost was- reduced to 12 cents per mile. Twelve miles of thU road cost $28,000 nnd tho annual saving In hauling ulonc on this road U over 114.000. The Increase of agriculture nnd forestry products hauled to tho town to which this road leads was moro than 45 per cent from 190!) to 1911. Records show thnt, In March 1911, ',170 tons of forest products had been hauled to this town ngalnst 250 tons lu the samo month of 1901. Now tho mountain counties of Kentucky nro ready to say that they havo not tho money to build these roads. Perhaps this Is truo but they can Issuo bonds and get all th) money they need at 0 per cent Interest. Tho peoplo then say that tluy can't afford to pay tax to keep uu they this Interest. Let us seo If can. A man has a thousand ties to haul 8 miles. Ho can only haul 12 M ties per load. It will take him days to haul tho tics and counting his tlmo and labor nt $2.50 per day, It will cost him $207.50. If ho has the same distance and has a pood road and ho can haul 18 ties at a load It will take 66 days. Allowing him tho same prlco (or tlmo and labor It will cost hi in $140 or $67.50 less than had the cost of hauling them over roods. This multiplied by 20, the num. ber of men which are likely to bo hauling over this road would show a saving of $1,350 within 83 days time. This would pay tho Interest on $16,-0miles of which would build the plko nnd havo $390 left together with ull tho saving and benefits from other 00 Incidental Feo Room Board 6 weeks 1, 1913 $ 6.00 6.00 9.00 ACADEMY AND NORMAL $ 6.00 COLLEOU 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20v Amount due January Total for term If paid In advance .. .. Board for 6 weeks, duo Feb. 12, $20.00 9.00 $29.00 SPRING Incidental Fee Room Board S28.50 TERM $ 5.00 $30.70 $ 6.00 $3I.70 $ 7.00 .. 5 .. 26, 1913 weeks 00 6.75 6.00 6.75 17.75 6.75 5.00 6.7C Amount duo March .... Board 6 wooks duo Apr. 30, 1913 . 15.75 6.75 18.75 6.75 M munities both north nnd bouth the board of education has consolidated three or four school districts lulo Plum I'iiiIiIIiik. CoffM ono, and by uniting the students of Krull. MKNt' NO. t. the same classification they nre able Hlirll. Oyntn mi the Half to have prosperous bcuooIs with BlurTed Otlira. i nt tVli-rI'rliil Hiui'lli. Sullen ubout half tho number of teachers, Cm iiiiilH-mthus Bnvlng a great sum of money HiiiikI tellllk' (looar. Sum-e,iiii Holli'il Wliitr Onions. with which they hire a coach and Mnaliril I'oIiiIih-trnnsfer tho children to nnd from the HtulTiil (Jieen IVpptis. school. To havo this In somo counItiiiimlne HmI.iiI und Teunlnl Wnfrri. HiMUerir' ties of Kentucky, of course, would re. I'luni I'llllltlMK or MIikd IMf, quire a vast Improvement, but it I'rult. fnfl'it could bo successfully carried out In She Had Tried It. some of tho moro level counties If Hello Thin holly lu my hair wants thoro was a reasonable amount of a little, relief ll'n too red. Well, why not put In a nirin Improvement cn tho roads. In Aunty County, Virginia, about four or two of inNlleiiw', dear? Why. 1 yeais ago there was a great Improve-moHello- - Niiihci e. aunt! made on tho roads; pikes beshould have all Hie ymiiiK men kissing HIM. ing tnado along tho main road Hues, Aunty- - huh cl. m uiy dear. They'd and, as a result, statistics show that do nothing of the kind. I'vs from 1909 to 19ll tho school attend- sources. 'ami ance Increased 35 Mr cent. Cri-iinTurturi-HotlimiH- v . . flu-ene- . . Spot-eylvun- la nt l!.l,l'liIIiiiHi.I In Hhrll. I'lium of Clil' ken ISiMint H'lh'ln of ll i f mi (Initio. New Hlrlnir llraiin It. I lilllilK I'ntiltlieH Hmllte Salu.l. CMim'm. Teimliil Wiif.in nml Oll-.-r- . - iiiih i:M' I NO . Mm with Hhrrry. Fiimll Oynti'in. 25.30 24.50 22.60 Total for term $24.00 S25.00 'S22.00 If paid In advance This does not Include tho dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Total Spring Winter Fall $10.00 $12.00 $36.0 Stenography and Typewriting .. ..$14.00 36.00 10.00 12.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .. .. 14.00. Bookkeeping (brief course) Business courso studies for students In 7.00 6.00 5.00 18.00 other departments: Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's uso of Instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., 10.50 7.00 9.00 0.00 7.60 5.00 27.00 18.00 Com. E.I0 1X0 1.80 Arlth., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 In no caso wlK special Business Fees exceed $16.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at d Any there Is the will to do bo. Berea It It Is a great advantage to contlnuo during win tor and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time la the public schools going over and over the same things, when they might bo Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies with tome of the best young men and women from other counties and itatea. ablo-bodle- til' Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that thay are may be above IS years old, In good health, and of good character. Thla neigh-bosigned by some former Bersa student or some reliable teacher or The us of tobacco'ls strictly forbidden, Hurry! Bend $1.00 to enKago room. Term opens, Jan. 1, 1913. For Information or friendly advice write to tho Secretory, r. Sumtiel Morgan. D. WALTER MORTON, Berca, Ky. Pa,c Eight. TMI CITIZIiN. December 26, 191a. Eastern Kentucky News few day ago, by her dress catching fire from the fire place. Ono of h r WINTER TERM Is hands was so badly burned, It thought she will lose tho uso of it. s have MUCK LAYING: Mrs, J. It. Durham has been very very largo wages, and their worK lit for somo time, but Is thought to comes in thu summer bj ti.nt many bo slowly recovering. Mrs. J. It. young men earn enough In the sumwho has been 111 for so long is mer to 8Uioit them turu the scuool reported IUr much better. year. Thu extrn cost of tins course many friends aro glad to learn cf is considerable, deiiet.d.ng upn the her Improvement. Jus. Johnson who number who take !t. Inquire of IX'.m has been III for so long, Is thought .Marsh. to be very much Improved. Dr. Jn. for Settle of Dig Hill has rented the proFARMING: A special couibo Farm Hoys with lessons In care of perty hero vacated by Win Alum-b.iug- h EtocK and corn latslng, and pruts to and Is expected to inovo soon. the- ones who rnlso tho best and secWo welcome tho Dr. In our midst ond best corn next summer. nnd trust he may be well pleased With tl'is Farmer's Hoy Course will with his now homo. It is general in. v. bo Instruction in letter wnt.ng and In time hero. S. H. Chrlsman has account keeping which every boy will bought tho farm on I'lne Hill Ridge, profit by ami enjoy. Apply to D an known at tho Rob Dougherty place, Marsh. so-nnd Is preparing to move tlu-rHiME SCIENCE: A special course nnd John K. Cook has sold his farm for girls th!a winter, with lessons In on Sand Gap Ridge, and bought a sewing, cooking, care of the s.ck, and farm on Clover Bottom, wh.re ho w.ll letter writing end hous.hold acoui.ts, build and movo In tho near future. and prizes to the best and second best C. S. Durham and family of Ilnppy S3wlng Heights visited his parents of tliH girl tested by her worK in nnd cooKlng ni end cf winter teim. placo last week. J. 0. Durham visitApply to Dean Maia'a. ed his mother who Is sick, from SunA thorough and day until Monday. Mrs. J. W. WilTELEGRAPHY: rapid course fitting men to be liams of Clover Bottom visited Mrs. ior J. R. Durham, Sunday. Owing to thu oiwrators. Extra fees as Music. persistent work of Mlsb Mary Cook, CABINET ORGAN: Thorough nnd Sunday School Is progressing wry rapld courss In music on the Cabinet fmo hcreThcro 8 to bs a Christ-Orgama3 tree for ti10 Sunday School h.re b.st nnd gomo nce cxcrclgc8 al tnc chrls. 1'UINTING: Berta has the equipped Printing School In this re- Uan church Christmas day. The glon, and can take In a few mure j brght pot of jaek8oni is tue 8cnooi students. taught by Prof. l,ere 8 wncn CARPENTRY: The new clars.s m N Tyttle.-- E. E. Duiham nnd wife will Carpentry that start Jan. 1st nn pannlng t0 svcai chrlstmns nt have every advantage passible. Men NVln(J Cave:,irg jano Huff of Prlv- wno liavo nau mis course are now uu- - ptt rec2ntly vlsltcd Natives and lug finely In work as furniture mak- - fr,endg nt th,8 p,ace anJ ncrca nnd contractors and Here Is wishing tho many readers cf ers, builders. The Citizen the greatest of success nnd happiness throughout tho New SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR Brlck-InyrrCan-barn, n. d, j s, Emily 'McColIum. Our blacksmith, Esther, Terrah and Dclbirt Oentry Wm. Wake, Jr., has built u new shop left, Monday, for Borca. Capt. 8hort, J, nnd moved to his new home which Win. Mays, S. S. Short and (I. ho purchased on Island Creek. Aiders Gentry captured two moonshine iIIb- Ilurth nnd Anderson filled Mi nppoln.- - tillcries, ono on Indian Creek and one ment at Ilockcnstlo church in Laurel on Wolf Crock. Tho operators, on tho first Sunday, Mrs. idlth Marshal and Dan Hoblnson wero Itohcrt Green of Sextons Creek Mb- - Imptured and tried beforo Judgo Dent- Court. Itcd her father, Wm. lllake, of Mc- - I ty nnd held to Jackson Fedf-ra- l Gulro Iork, Sunday, Claud And'.rsou, lnrgo amount of beer was destroy- a successful student of IJoroa College, cd. will spend tho Christmas holidays ut UAItNKSTVII.I.K nro havhis homo nt this place, A most hearty Earnestvllle, Dec. lfir-wclcomo is extended him by nil. ing flno weather this fall. Schools because of being confined In tho hos- aro Just about to close, and a good pital nt Bcrcn with measles, Ilobatt many of them nro preparing to have Owsley Christmas trees. Thero will bo Anderson will not visit In an very entertainment nnd n Chnsunas tr o Chrlstmns, for which wo nro besorry, Indeed. J. W. Anderson at Travelers Rest on Sunday from fore Christmas. J. L. Gray of this a wngou load of corn Dud Beckncll n" few days since for placo has Joined the I. 0. O. F. of Ell Tnylor Traveleis ReBt. Arthur Crotch nnd a sow nnd three pigs. killed n fat hog a short time ago. Mlunlo Smith got married, Saturday. ONE-WAMiss Louise Little the little daughter, Wo wish them a happy nnd successTickets and ROUND-TRI- P of Albert Little visited the Mlss.-ful life. The llradshaw School closes at lowest prevailing rates. Travel on the Monday Friday. It will havo an entertainment! Katu and Rosa Anderson, night. Tho school at Urookslde clos- on tho closing day, nnd will take an es tho 27th with an entertainment, actlvo part In helping out with the A. and then our much devoted and suc- program at Travelers Rest. S. cessful teacher, Miss Kvn Chad-wel- l, Caudlll's father and mother aro ex- and connecting lines, to Mls3 pected to como on a visit will return to Berca. from '.Myrtle Wilson Is preparing to start Stnunton, Ky., todny. Ho expects Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, to Berea, soon. Nathan Amhroso vis- - them to spend tho winter with h!s Idaho, Washington, Oregon, or to T. Ited relatives in Owsley, recently. brother, sister nnd himself J. the Canadian territory. Miss Mary McColIum was ono among Gray hilled a flno hog today. Hus-tli- o guests of 'Miss Maude Anderson, ton Brandenburg Is on the petit Jury Will send free illustrated literature and full Sunday. A merry Chrlstmns to nil of the present ccurt. It costs information promptly tipo'n request. and wo pray that God's choicest STL'IKIKON. you nothing. may rest upon nil through- - t blessings Sturgeon, Dec. l(i. Mrs. N. W. Brow. out tho coming year. cr is very sick. There will be an J. C. EATOX, Trait ling Immig. Agent, 40 K. 4th St., Cincinnati, 0. entertainment at the school here, and , ISI.AMI CITY ed, ulso a Chrlstmaa tree, on tho 27th, Dec. Island City, Dec. Plcrson, one of our old cltlz- - Everybody Is expecting a good time. James were married a few days ngo. Wo Fred Peters of Berca Is visiting goods and does a good business. ens. Ho loaves n wife, nnd four chll- dren nnd a host of friends to mourn relatives here. M. D. Brewer, funn- - Gill White a student of tho Normal - extend to them our best wishes, iii.uk i.ick his loss. His remains were laid t. orly of this place, but now of Wnl- department of Berta College r tuinmi u jjU0 LcI( iK,c. 15.u.1va Blckncll low, Oregon, arnveu nero on uie 12111 . ,eu 10 spenu mo nunuaja rest In tho Holcomb grave yard. accompanied by hw brother, mother, Mrs. Katie White. Evoryi.no turned homo last week from Clln- E. J. Bowman who has been visiting '"O tne non , f WU1.TO ,,0 nas ucu husKing I H. C. Brower, C. was much surprUcd to near of R. of Richmond. ln this neighborhood left a few days Wudden deaths of the Mtsirs Picas- - corn. Nathan Evans mndo a buil- nnt Murray and Clayborn Reed. Both ncs8 trJp mchmond. Tutsdny. of Tne MMCS gu)o p nanery and wero apparently well and died , 'Alere-Coun- ty LOW FARES TO THE I I Fertile Northwest Wo pur-chns- Y s Northern Ry I I I I ll.-Dl- I ( JACKSON COUNTY NATIIANTO.N Nathanton, Dec. IK. The protracted meeting closed at this placo last Sunday with one addition to the vhurcli. Ona Caudlll returned home, Saturday, from an extended visit with friends In Leslie County. Died, Jlr, James lierson, an ojd and respect, ed citizen of this place, Nov. S!Utli of asthma. His remains were laid to rest in tho Onion Cemetery. There will bo a box supper at the Union church house next Saturday night for the beneiit of the church. Church services will bo held at this place next Sunday by Hev. G. L. Davis. Clay Henry and Brico Bishop of County, visited their sister, Mrs. JJ. H. Holcomb, of tills place a tew uays Chester Hoitomb spent week. last week with relatives in Owsley Wm. Evans Is attending County. at Boonevllle this week. Prlvett, Dec. 21. Died the 20th, Aunt Jane Madden. She leaves a hust mourn of friends and relatives to loss. Miss Nell.o Andrew has been very sick with typhoid itver but Is Bvme better now. .Married on the 19th, Charlio Turner to Miss Rebecca Evans. We extend to them our best wlshes. J. A. Bowles, who lias b.'en attending school at Berta Is vls.tlng home folks. H. W. Spurlock's l.t.lo girl, Zella, Is very sick with throat A. L. Cook and his son, trouble. Charlie, havo been ln Lexington. Tho little daughter of Zack Ward nas been very poony witn pneumonia, but is some better. Mr. and Mrs. Bit- (lie Hamilton left, Tuesday, for Livingston, where they will stay this has winter. Mra. Joslo Anderson been' very 111 but is better. Privett, Nov. 29. Wo havo had somo very cold weather recently. I'eoplo l.avo been busy gathering corn. Thero was more corn raised in Jackson County this year than ever before. J. D. Spurlock, who got Lis hand sawed off at tho saw mill is Improving. The little infant of Mr. Zack Wards' is not expected to live. John Morris who has been sick for some time is Blowly improving. Ella, Riley Cook and his sister visited at W. M. Bowies', Saturday night J. W. Davis, the wool dealer, was In this vicinity delivering cloth. Luther Bowle3. traveling ralsman, left last Monday for Estill County where ho will call on tho merchants. Mrs. L. J. Peters Is visiting friends nnd relatives ln Owsley County this week. Miss May Madden attended church at Gray Hawk, Sunday. G. V. Hays and son are doing a hustling business hauling logs for L. J. Peters. run kit Is singing Tyner, progressing nicely with 1'rof. George Miller as teacher. Joan '.Moore who had a hemorrage of the lungs last week Is Improving. J. W. Mtore and k. Chambers of Fillmora ure In this yiclnlty looking for tur hides. W. M. Dunlgan has purchased his brother s interest in their stocK of dry goods aml groceries and has begun worK on a new store houe, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Djnlgan havo gone to ianipa, la., ' at the country with tho in t0 tention of making their future homo there. A 'Mr. Austin of Norris City, III., was a caller at the Jocusonlan Stock Farm of which W. It. lteynoius ,8 proprietor. Mr. Austin is negoi.ai-la- st lng unusually fine weather for this Ilne rcgistered Jack of th.s farm. rt jNeal Moore was fire seasoning uep ln nl3 woo1 8UC(i. last week when lt caught firo burning over a thuus- nnd Ieot of jmnoer. His blacksmith house and poultry house Bn0P( wera cioseiy grouped and albo burn-heJ If ,t naJ not bccn for tnQ heroic work ot blg ncBhbors his barn and dwening Vould bavo burned. M. F. Qooman and wife aro visiting their 0l(1 home. W. It. Reynolds, a canr dl(iato for nenresentatlvc. spent four days In Clay and Owsley Counties last week ln tho lntereht of li s candidacy. The people seem to be determined to send a farmer to the Legislature and ns W. It. Reynolds Is a farmer and well qualified for thi ,)lace( tho lteople aro behind him in his race. 1 lum-CouI er TVN'KK Dec. 15. Our We sliapr, ourselves, the joy or icar Oi which the coming lile is made, And fill our future atmosphere With sunshine or with shade. The tissues of the lif" to be We weave with colors all our own, And in the field of destiny We reap as we have sown. Whittier. heart failure without a moment's warning. Our wldo uwake deputy sheriff, Geo. Hall, Is on the look- 1I OUt for Offenders Of tho law. makes very sudden raids on Illicit whiskey offenders. Tho Burning Springs schools will close next Friday evening with a very Interesting Ciirstmas program. After a vacation of ono week tho winter school will begin. This schcol will bo under the management of skllirul teachers ana special course wilt bo to give train- lng ln tho primary, academic and teachers departments. There will al- so bo a homo science department for and in housework, sewing cooking. Tho terms will bo moaeraw very and good accommodations at -- Mbcrt& Schoo, m1m ray Norvcl attended the High at Klrksvlllo, Saturua. in- - ,en.U Viola' Gay who has been v,s- ,ytr, l.r nnd omo tlmo returned to her homo nt Wlldlo, Monday. Miss Francis Lvuns Is visiting at Wlldlc. Tho Mlsa.s Durham entertained a number of their j Tuesday night. Many social gunns wCre played, nftr which rcircshmcuti cr0 gervej, ftll having a good time, Mra. M. 'M. Hamilton of Richmond wiu, her father. Mr. l)Cnt la8t McDuffy Clark, who Is very fooblo. Barrett who has been empLy-tralnln- g ctl ln jjolroit, Mich., for some tme rced homo, Saturday. friends at a blrthuay I arty. reasonnblo prices may be secured In many private families. For further particulars oddrcss, Mlsa Emma J. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY UAUl.KT. Gaulcy, Dec. 21. Mrs. F. B. Lewis' child was badly burned, thu 15th. Vlck Price's school closed, Friday. J. II. Bullock, Jako Pondir and II. Ponder bought a grist mill leoj Roberuon is on thu s.ck ll.t. this week. Miss Burly Rob.r.scn Is nt home this week. Bradley llolert- son is at homo tills week from SL Ltuls, Ho. Mrs. Natli Bonds vla.t d her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Bul- Mrs. Norn lock, Wednesday night. "MuUlus has gono to sw h'r parents. Mr. and MrB. M. Brummlt of Ccr- on bin, this week. John Baxter Is the sick list this week. Born to 'Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmcs Mobly, a boy. Haagen. ago for homo in Berea. S. G. Fields and Daniel Brewer aro doing a splenof Clay County has moved in tho pro did business buying furs. Thero are in perty vacated by Wm. Hacker. Cir- thrco new barns being erected cuit Court began nt Booneville, Mon- this vicinity. W. II. Richardson is day, the 9tn. Shtrman Co.jwr was doing carpenter work for N. S. Brewappointed special deputy sheriff to er. Wm. Cook has been dehorning go to Jackson County to summon a cattle for tho pooplo nt Sturgeon the Jury to try tho Gaubard and Rico past week. U. S. cases. J, C. Griffith, deputy CLAY COUNTY Marshal of Jackson, Breathitt County, IIUHNIMO M'ltlMiH stayed over night with G. J. Gentry, Sunday. Mrs. Bill Becknell has moved 'Burning Springs, Dec. 19. slcU E. Wm. Hubbard has been quite to his new dwelling iuar lllake. I. lfor somo tlmo but Is now better. Flanery and G. J. Gentry, deputy S. Marshals, captured two nuonshln-er- s Mrs. Eliza Standafer Is recovering near Boonvllle, Monday, ani took from nn attack ot pneumonlu. Thtre them to Beattyvllle, where they wero Is an epidemic of grip In this vici nity and many havo been very sick tried beforo Commissioner Bentty . James Jewell and wife sp?nt last J. C. Gentry sold four covss for ono Saturday nnd Sunday with his parents hundred and seventy five dollars. OWSLEYCOUNTY K. D. Peters killed a nlco bunch of hero. Our popular merchant, T. C. COW CIIKKK fat hogs a few days ago. Wm. Mays, McDanlcl, has Frank Lunsford as an Cow Creek, Dec. 13. Debbie WilU. S. Marshal, left, Monday, to at assistant during tho holiday trade. son and niece are visiting relatives tend Fedoral Court at Catlsttsburg. Ho carries a full lino of up to dat near Winchester. Several citizens cf this vicinity aro attending Court at Boonevllle; some as jurors and some NY KY Judge, W. as witnessss. 1 ty MADISON COUNTY Kl.NOSTO.N Miss Verna Kingston, Dec. 16. Parks spent part of last week with her parents at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clark Bient Suuday with tho lattcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tno Roberts of Mote. 'Mr. acd Mrs. Lew b with th Ir spent Suuday Sandlln daughter, Mrs. Fnnnlo Sparks. Dock who Snndlln of Mlddtetown. Oh.o. has been visiting relatives ho re mid In Jackson County, for tho past six weeks returned to his home, Tu 'sdiiy. Miss Suda Powell and mother wera Miss shopping In Boren, Saturday. Mabel nnd Leila Flanery made a bus;- aim Mrs. trip to uerea, .Monuay. John Powell spent Sunday with their Big son, Mr. Laurence Powell, of Hill. Mrs. Geo. ioung nnu uaugniar, Lydla. spent Saturduy with Mr. and Lav- Mrs. Tom Coylo of Berm.-'il- lss nda Creekmoro who hns been very Paralysis for tho past two ' .r. ,0n wll Jauo Mad- Thursday, the 19th. Tlu'n a Christmas tree nt rail Hock, Saturdny, the 24th. A. L. Cook Wnulden, (jiotl, bo MAULIPKN Dec. 20. Mrs. WS IK."!)! KANK Report of the condition of (lie Owsley County Deposit Bank, doing business at the town of lloonevllle. County of OwIcy, Slate of Kentucky, it the close of business on the 29th day of Kotembcr, 1913. RESOURCES D8,"02 02 LoaiiR anil DiKcountH 1 ,282.40 Overdrafts, Beciired and unsecured Tj,428.00 Cow Creek, Dec, 13. Circuit Court Stocks, HoihIh and other Securities 4.102.28 Is in session at Boonevillo, th.s wo k. Diih from HhiiUh 7,H:t().()() We aro having some of the CJld-vi- it Canh on hand i(m 8H Mrs. CheckH nnd other canli items weather of the season. 8,000.(10 ..' Robert Amis who has muscular Banking House, Furniture mid Fixtures rheumatism is somo bettor. Mr. and Total.... f. 120.C20.10 Mrs. Bill Wilson of Clark County havo returned to Onlr hom?, a t.r LIABILITIES spending a few day3 with relatives th s at this place. Tho paopls of 25,000 00 Cupital Stock paid in, in cash go d vjcinty aro biassed with a 1.000 00 Surplus Fund beach mast this year and their hogs 1,001.00 Undivided 1'iofits, lews ixpeiiHtH ml tiixen paid aro almost fat. D. G. Reyuo.ds', our $50,507.70 Dei oh'Ih Hiiliject to check noted fur dealer, Is having good suciANDOAF. 80,007 71' Time Deposit Is cess buying. Ho has over M0 plecs Sand Gap. Dec. 21. Everybody 0,000 00 Notes uud Hills Itediscounted getting ready for Christmas and on hand. CONK LINO great d al Santa Claus. Thero is a .Total. $. 120.C20.10 Conkllng, Dec. 20. We nre having mostly of sickness in this vicinity, Tha neighbors nlco weather for this season of the STATE OF KENTUCKY colds and lagrlppe. Set. wero very much surprised to ham year. Wagoning from early till late Comity of OwHley of tho death of Undo Joseph Wilson, is the business of the uay on tho mid T. C. Fuller, Vieo President mid Cashier of the We, G. M Island utnve n who did at bis home near hero, n right and left hand fork of 1 1 0 iik, l iliinnly Mvvo.tr tint tho abjvo sUtument is true fow weeks ago. Mr. Wilson seemed to Crock. Court Is ln session at Boone- - to the heat of our kuowledge mid belief, havo a very severe ccld and was not villa this week. Mrs. Will McColIum Q. M. HoKjr, Vice President. thought to bo Bcrlously 111. Ho Is sur who has been on tho sick list for T. C. Fuller, Cashier. vived by a widow and saverat chil- bo mo tlmo, we aro glad to say is ablo dren who havo the profound sympa- to bo out again. Tho little girl baby Subscrilied and sworn to before tne this 20th day of Deo., 1012. been f Mrs. Charlie McColIum has thy of a host of friends. Hattlo, the II. C. Combs, Clerk OwHley County Court. small daughter, of 'Mr. and Mrs. D. named' Martha Emily for her grandAttest: T. C. Fuller, Chas. Eversole, 0. M. Hogg, Directors. A. Durham, was very badly burned a mothers, 'Mrs. F. C. Farley and Mrs. Correct 11 ' died, Wedncdsay evtn-ln- g of blood poison. He had been 111 only a fow days. Wm. Reynolds Sam bought a tract ot land from Murrcll for eleven hundred dollars. Henry Gahbard of Conway was hero a few days ago on business. U. Gabbord, joft, Monday, for Loxlngton where ho nttentlon. will recclvo medical I Powell Loo who was shot n few days W. 8. Farmer ft, ago s Improving Friday, for Richmond on business. Miss Llzzlo Isaacs closed her a:hool and Mrs, at Gray Hawk, Friday, with an cnter- iw'okB 8 8010 "dfr.-- Mr. Richard Gulden's little daughter Is talnment. Tho tcoplo reported a very sick with membranous croup. nlco tlmo. 1 w' I'Ki Big Hill, Dee. at. this placo closed Dec. 13th, with an entertainment and a very inUrcstlng program was rendered. Rev. J. W. Parsons preached at Pilot Knob School house, Saturday night, uft.'r filling his appointment at Pilot Knob church, Saturdny and Sunday. Wllllo Lovet and family have returned from Kansas where they havo made their homo for tho past fow years. Ilr, Lovet was very sick when he came, Mat but is improving at present. Green, a well known larmer of this placo and Miss Mullins, a tenctu-- In the public schools In Rockcactle Coun ty, wero united In mnrrlago three weeks ago. '.Mr. and Mrs. Green expect to mako their homo In Madison County. Floyd Neely who has beon In Illinois for tho last year has returned to his homo will lis father and mother, 'Mr. and Mrs. Jesslo Neely. Mrs. Emily lluilcy, wife of Sherman Hurley, died a few days ago Red and was laid to rest In tho Lick graveyard. She leaves a ono child, father, brothers and Wllllo sisters to mourn her l""8- Hayes has gono to Indianapolis, Ind. Ho has beon gono for threo weeks. Oucar Hayes has gono bacK tu Ilccch Grovo to finish his school af- Ur a severe attack of diphtheria. Daniel Green nnd Miss Vcrda Blusher 20.-S:- hool r bus-bau- d, mi. 1. Nothing that any ono clso doia really matters; It Is what yon do that will count. BEREA TELEGRAPH SCHOOL New F.quipmcnt in Large Well Lighted Room. WE TEACH Science of hlectricty as applied to trc Telegraph; PRACTICAL Railroading, Train Orders and Western Union Messages Careful Instruction by an Experienced Railroad Operator There is a steady demand for com potent oprraiors at good wages. Thomas A. Edison, Andrew Carnegie and many other great men began as operators; why not YOU? Come and Begin this Interesting Study, Jan. 1, 1913