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Editor DEAN SLAC.IX.Clrtul.llon Mni,r Rdilor-ln-Ch- HEI?EA COLLEGE KY OFFICE I KitrrM nl tkr Potlofm nl llrrtn, dam mnUtMllft A'v .n "fmd Devoted to til Interests of tlie MoiarLtain People BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SKI'TEM HER 11, 1013. fTHE Citizen Knowledge lspo-we- r and the to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. way Vol. XV. Five cents n copy. One Dollar a Year. No. 11 Opening Term All Berea Welcomes Her Students Iiverbody welcomes the coming of the students. It is a pleasant excitement to see the crowds coining tip from the station and the pilgrims who came in on foot, on hoFsehack and by wagon. Not only do the teachers and old students welcome the new comers, but every citizen of Herea is glad to see you. We all have an interest in the students. The students will find the families of the town most friendly, and the merchants and business men most honest anil honorable. Very rarely do we meet one who would cheat a student, or tempt him, or speak any word to make him homesick or dissatisfied. We wish vou success! UNITED STATES NEWS IN OURJWN STATE the Mountains Represented in Berea's Grent Procession county In Eastern Kentucky wns represented nnd most of them by large great? Wasn't it groups of students in nil depart- Such young people, mid on ninny! ' Clay County, for cxnmplc, ments. Thexo lire the folks tlint will make had its Hen Collins, the great athlete in the Collegiate Department, nnd it new South! Every boy nnil girl represents n other representatives in the Normal, Academy, Vocational and Foundation family, mid some a whole county! The Grand Army of tlie Kepuhlie is Schools. the veterans who have done things Hut Kentucky was not ntoncT there were perhaps a hundred students these are the recruits that are from North Carolina and half ns t" do things! Such were the exclamations from many from the Virginias and Tenwindows and sidewalks as the hand nessee. Nor were the northern and distant music floated out, nnd the lianners Ohio has a great waved, and n thousand students states left out. marched to the Chapel to lutein the delegation in all departments and others came from Maine at the cast, Fall Term. The procession was arranged by Texas and Florida at the South, nnd departments, the young men preced- Wyoming at the West. It wns gratifying also to note that ing the young women in each department, and the College occupying the country nearer Hcrea was better the position of honor nt the rear, fol- represented than in some previous lowed hy their Faculty anil the Uni- years. It has always seemed a strange versity Officers, so that the process- thing that people come from ther.c ion began with the youngest hoys in great distances while some near the Foundation School anil closed neighbors neglect the chance to put their children in the line of progress with the President nnd Dr. Roberts. Following the Foundation School and promotion. Altogether such n procession is a came the Vocational Schools, those taking courses in agriculture, carpen- noble exhibit of the power of the try, home science, nursing, husiness, Institution, the devotion' of parents followed hy the Faculty and Dean and the aspirations of youth. The Chapel worship was conducted Marsh. Then came the Academy with its by l'rof. Scale, nnd ('resident Frost Faculty, headed hy Dean Mnthenv. made the usual announcements. . The four special precepts which he l'rof. Scale of the Academy Faculty gave out as key notes for the new acted as marshal. Then came the Normal Depart- term were these: First, Know. Thyself. ment with more students in line than He Second, Fnithful in Small ever before, followed by its faculty and the new Dean, Dr. McAllister, Things. Third, He no Complainer. of this department also l'rof. Fourth, Do what you do with all acted nM marshal. The hut of the departments was your might. A most pleasant feature of the tho College. When the first studcnU reached the opening exercises was the singing of Chapel door the procession paussd a new song four lines called The and the two lines fell apart, leaving Glad Enlistment. These lines con- the sidewalk vacant. President Frost t tain nlout as much joy nnd religion nnd Dr. Roberts then marched for-- ! as any four lines we remember, sung ward between the two lines nnd ns to the tune of "Missionary Chant." THE GLAD ENLISTMENT they passed the peoplo behind foil Thy message, Futher, moves my in to follow them, so that those who heart had marched last in the procession In God's great kingdom I've a part: were the first to enter the Chapel. It would have been impressive if, We'll praise nnd serve and trust nnd love, the procession could have been made j Every j In earth below and heaven above. up by states nnd counties. Did you roc the procession? go-iriJ TO STOP VOTE BUYING HIRTIIDAY GIFTS Judge Bcntnn of the Clark Circuit Mrs. Russell Sage celebrated her birthday by giving $34,000 to Syra-cus- c Court In session at Winchester, order-e- d the Grand Jury to make n thoro University, $10,000 to the Home Association, $10,000 to the Orphans' investigation of the charge of traffic Home, and the same amount to the in votes nt the August primary. In First Presbyterian Church of Syra his charge tho Judge declared that cuse which was her girlhood home. well informed men had told him that of the voters Mrs. Sage's gifts to Syracuse Univer more than stood ready tb sell their vote. The sity now amount to $270,000. penal sections of tho law reach both RAIN IN THREE STATES Showers nre reported in many buyer and seller. Judge Stout in his charge to tho parts of Kansas, Oklahoma and MisFranklin County Grand Jury urged souri. Southern Kansas and northern Oklahoma received the heaviest rain the jurors to investigate the August one-thir- d Pay the Preacher TllE ClTl.EN recently saw the report of an association of churches in a Southern State. There were 2 churches reporting, and the salaries of the preachers ran from $36 a year up to $.360, the total amount paid the eight men who served the 21 churches bring only a trifle above Si, 200. Among the members of those 21 churches there were, of course, many poor people, but they contained numerous citizens whose incomes run from S800 to $1,000. Probably the members of those 2 churches have property so that they pay in taxes four or five thousand dollars at the least. Ought they not to pay more to the preachers? We do not believe any man ought to preach for money but we do not believe any man can live without money. All these preachers have to get a living, and they have to do it outside their preaching. This means just so much less strength and time for the work of the church. These churches show the result of this neglect; they are all with1 1 fall. The rains brought relief from the extreme and untimely heat. PASSING THE TARIFF HILL On the 9th of September the Tariff Hill over which Congress has been working all summer, passed the Sen ate by a vote of forty-fou- r to thirty- seven. All three parties were rep resented in the vote for the bill. The large majority of Republicans voted against it, and also two Democrats. President Wilson expressed pleasure at the outcome. The bill represents a reduction of nearly 28 per cent from the existing rates. SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR STRICKEN While reviewing a parade at California, on the 9th inst., the Secretary of the Interior, Franklin K. Lane, fell in a faint, the result of overwork and a weak heart. Tho the case is not serious, absolute rest is Ok-lan- d, primary especially with reference to charges of vote selling. CROP DEPOSITS The National banks of Louisville have a government deposit allotted them of $1,300,000. This is divided up among the different banks and is in tended for use in the moving of fall crops. EYE CLINIC IN BREATHITT COUNTY demanded. ering away. If we wish our communities to be built up and our families to enjoy the privileges of the gospel we must " bring all the tithes," and make all the sacrifices necessary, and give the preacher a chance to live while he works. " liven so did the Lord ordain that they that proclaim the gospel should live of the gospel." 1. Corinthians, 9: 14. Eastern Kentucky Caves Nature's Hidden Beauty C. S. I A Lost Man's Rescue. Knight. THIS ISSUE WORLD NEWS Sccial attention is called to the article on page 3 by Professor Arthur T. Iladley of Yale University on the privileges and burdens of Education. We continue this week the article by Eugene Christian on What, When and How to Eat. In this article Mr. Christian writes with particular reference to safeguards for health of business men. An interesting description of how the ambitious boy can make a water motor is given on page 7. Andrew Carnegie, famous for his many and generous gifts to the world, urges total abstinence ns the only Head the part of his safe course. address to young men on this subject given on page 1!. s A book Old Philadelphia. primed In Kimlmiil ut th end of tho seventeen! Ii century says that I'hllailelplila eoulaineil many stalely linuvs of Prick anil scleral line npiarcs nnd court Between Hie principal limns the "watermen constantly ply their wherries." There are no beg. gars to he Keen. nor. Indeed, have any the least temptation to take up that BcauilaloiiM life. TROUHLE AT SANTO DOMINGO The report that the city of Puerto Plata was being shelled by Dominican gunboats, endangering American lives nnd property, caused the State orders Department to send hurry-ufor the cruiser Des Moines to proceed to Santa Domingo where a rebellion is now in progress. WILL JAPAN WAR ON CHINA? The assassination of Mortario Abe, Director of the Political Hurcau of the Japanese Foreign Office, resulted in n great mass meeting of fifteen thousand people at Tokyo, who sent a delegation to the foreign office demanding that troops be sent to China to take such measures as were necessary for obtaining satisfaction. The London newspapers regard the situation as interesting, nnd consider that a licet may be sent to the Chinese coast. The Japanese government has taken the mater up with China. IIUERTA AIDS AMERICANS The Mexican Government promises to any s transportation Americans who wish to leave that country, paying the difference between that rate and the accommodation thnt the U. S. Consul was able to supp first-clas- to tell you something the four caves on the north slope of Pine Mountain and I will try nnd do so now. Mr. Clevelnnd Frost, our advance agent, Mr. Marion Reed, several young men of the neighborhood nnd I started early in the morning of Aug. 12th for the caves and after a walk of about a mile and a half began our climb old mountain thnt un the j stretches away east and west as far as the eye can sec. Up among the great trees we climbed while the landscape spread itself larger and larger before our view and hills piled upon hills awny into the misty distance till they became only a blue ha70 on the horizon. After climbing steadily for perhaps thirty minutes we reached the narrow entrance of Huckeye Cave and dropped dripping with sweat beneath the grateful shade of the great cold Hero lanterns were lighted rocks. and after 11 sufficient cooling off wo slipped one by one into the narrow rift that leads into this small but Every where interesting cavern. were the evidences of tho action of water. The floors and roof were promised nlHHH CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE PAGE ONE Editorials. News of tho Week. Ilereu Welcome Students. Full Term Opens. PAGE TWO Editorials. Carnegie, Total Abstainer. Uncle Sam, Lumberman. PAGE THREE Education Hriugs Responsibility. What, When and How to KM. PAGE FOUR . Local News. College Items. PAGE FIVE Water Famine. PAGE SIX Continued Story. PAGE SEVEN Poultry News. Ideas For Hoys. PAGE EIGHT Cincinnati Markets. STARTS LAND CAMPAIGN David Lloyd George, Chancellor of the Hritish Exchequer, will inaugurate his great land campaign October 11th, at the same time that the committee appointed to study the land question It is understood issues its report. that this report will recommend the adoption of small holdings, reforms in tho condition of farm workers, fewer hours of work, more holidays, find u reasonable rate of wages. HRITISH FOOD An American who made a tour of 4,500 miles in Great Hritaiu, has stirred up the English papers by his statement that whilu the scenery is fine, it did not counterbalance' the vexations experienced from tho wretched rooms and worse food that he received at the hands of the His criticisms have called out a large number of similar criticisms of the average Hritish innkeeper and tho fare ho serve to his patrons. MEXICAN SLAUGHTER An entire company of Federal sol- GEORGE hotel-keeper- s. ply. LLOYD Continued oil l'aitc I'lie rough like a nutmeg grater from the mineral deposits left by the slowly falling drops. To the left the floor dips sharply and the cave ends in a jumble of flat stones left by a torrent that may have spent its force n million years ago. To the right the cave rises and after continuing for some distance in that direction ends in a wall of solid rock. After spend ing possibly fifteen minutes here wo proceed toward the narrow blade of light that makes the mouth of the cave and near it one of the boys killed an immense cave rat, which blinded by our lanterns failed to escape the deftly hurled rocks that beat out its worthless life. Next we climbed to the, mouth of what has hitherto been called Dun geon cave, but which we renamed "Gunpowder" cave in honor of tho home. old hunters who used to manufacture DO WE LOSE THAW? this fiery element within its murky The report prevails that Harry K. shadows. Thaw purposes to become a British The thirty foot descent into ihe subject if he gets free from the cave is made partly by clinging to clutches of the law. It is expected rocky ledges and partly by sliding that it will take at least a year to get down poles that some one has left a final decision in his case. From this large well like entrance EXPLORING THE AMAZON Continued on Page Vt An exploring party of the Univer sity of Pennsylvania, headed by Dr. Farabee, is now at the headwaters of a northern branch of tho Amazon, near the borders of Guinea, about Heroine of Pulaski County Her Son and Daughter. 2,000 miles from the mouth of the is almost Amazon. This region Geo. Candee wholly unknown to white men. They o readily. The children had no school expect to reach n tribe of Indians, The McQuarys were a the Arawak, that was in existence prominent family living in Pulaski books. We sent and got some very when Columbus discovered America 11 miles northward soon. County about I he expedition expects to open up It was a most pleasing sight to regions from Somerset, the County seat. Wilthat have hitherto been un see the joy of the children when the liam, the sou, was the magistrate traversed. his precinct. His home was a third readers were distributed among them. WILL MRS PANKHURST HE RE of a mile nway, joined the old home- U was a more pleasing sight to witCEIVED? stead where the mother and maiden ness the progress they made in their Newspapers are discussing the primary studies. daughter still lived. Mrs. Pankhurst by While things were moving smoothly question whether The McQuury family had been readput herself took my wife and her various nrrests has ing the New York Tribune from "way on Miss McQuary in n class of undesirable aliens, nnd back." This was why their homo was self and n visitor to see a famous cave would be refused admission by tho which is less than 11 mile from her propogandists. open to immigration authorities in tho event In tho full of '57, soon after our home, and which is worth mentioning. she makes her proposed visit to The entrance to the cave is a round- that marriage, wife and I wended our way tho United States in October. Herea, of course ish Iwle, i or 10 feet in diameter "it from Oberlin thru AUTO AND TRAIN COLLIDE to the McQuary neighborhood lo the mouth of an underground ravine As a result of a collision between start a freo school and establish n of considerable size which runs tho very whole length of tho cave nnd is fed an automobilo and a New Haven preaching place. Wo found a comfortable log school house already j by numerous brunches from other truin at a crossing near South Conn., September Uth, three perstanding on the McQua'ry farm and branch caves. Wo were told that in stream sons were killed and one injured. under the control of the McQuuries. It the high water season this GOOD ROADS IN ARKANSAS some times fills the mouth of the was at our command. The Governor of Arkansas clad in u When wo were there it was We were operating under the aus- cave. pices of tho A. M. A. and proceeded but a littlo clear rivulet running hickory shirt takes a shovel in hand nt once to canvass the neighborhood through us clean a sand bed ns you to lead 75,000 men with their picks, for school children. These wo found ever see. The sand is washed down shovels, and road machinery to reconstruct the roads of Arkansas. Sep. above. in good numbers. They nnd their from sand-bed- s Coutiuucilou rage I'iie Continued on (Mgr fur parents joined the movement very SHOVELS QUIT PANAMA CANAL Work on the Panama Canal is ten days ahead of schedule time. The excavation by dry shoveling is ended. The workmen are engaged in removing steam shovels, thirty-si- x miles of railroad track and in general cleaning out the Culebra cut, preparatory to turning water into the chan nel on the 5th of October. Drilling and blasting are going on loosening rock and earth for the work of the steam dredges which will do the re mainder of the excavation after the water has been let in. TENNESSEE LEGISLATURE Special sessions of the Legislature of Tennessee showed a reduced Democratic margin, and it is possible that Gov. Hooper may be able to secure the passage of his bills, including a group that gives the Governor power to enforce existing laws. The fight that is going on in Nashville against the open saloon in violation of the statutes, will help materially in the passage of these measures. HOME OF DANIEL WEBSTER The old New Hampshire farmhouse near Franklin, N. 1L, in which Daniel Webster was born, has been repaired and restored to look as it did when Daniel Webster was born in 1782. At that time it was the farthest north of any house in New Hampshire. Here the great constitutional lawyer learned to read with the most marvelous voice at the knee of his mother. A grent celebration by tho Daniel Association Birthplace Webster marked the restoration of the old Dr. E. M. Coomcs of Louisville will hold an eye clinic for two days at the hospital building at Guerrant near Oakdale during this month. This s in furtherance of the work that Kentucky oculists have voluntercd for the mountain counties in which there are no occulists. STORM IN MERCER COUNTY The vicinity of Harrodsburg suffered material damage from hail and wind on the 9th inst. Tho rain was gladly welcomed. A large number of trees were blown down. SUED FOR HANGING Shelby Gibson and Pryor Carr of Barbourvillc were acquitted in a verdict rendered this morning. Thay were sued by Steve Sturdivant who alleges that they hung him to a tree to compel him to divulge the hiding place of whiskey. Sturdivant has now entered a civil suit for damages to the amount of $10,000. AUTO ACCIDENT Four persons were seriously injured near Paris when an automobile crashed into a fence. They were S. T. Stewart, Sam Throckmorton, Walter Lindville, and A. R. Curtis. All belong to Mt Olivet, Robertson County. VALUES WASTED State Farming Experts of the College of Agriculture, in a recent bulletin call attention to the fact that there is no method of soil improvement available to Kentucky farmers so sure as the hauling and scattering of stable manure. Send to the State College at Lexington for a copy of this bulletin. VICTORY FOR "DRYS" Scott County has again voted for temperance. This fight was made some time ago, but the result was threatened with trickery and litigation. A quiet campaign once more gives the "drys" a majority of 420. Hurrah for Scott County. INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND The Kentucky Institution for the Education of the Blind at Louisville reopened the seeojid Wednesday in September. This is one of the best schools for the blind in the United States. Among the new equipment for the coming year is a hand loom, made at Beren College, presented to the Institution by Mr. R. C. Ballard Thurston. COMINb EVENTS Widow McQuary well-to-d- SUNDAY, Sept 14: Organization of College Sunday School 9 a.m. First United Chapel, 7:30 p.m. Sermon by President Frost. MONDAY, Sept 15: Reception at Men's Dormitories, 3 to 5 p.m. THURSDAY, Sept. 18: Department Chapel Lectures by Deans, 9:25 a.m. 1 SATURDAY, Sept. 27: Anniversary Alpha Zetn Literary Society. MONDAY, Sept. 29: Mountain Day for College, Normal, Academy and Vocational Schools. MONDAY, Oct. 0: Mountain D.ay for Foundation School. Lecture, 7:30 p.m. "Archaeology and tho Bible" by Frederick P.. I anti-slaver- y Wright. WEDNESDAY, Oct. 8: Anniversary Phi Delta Litcrury Society. WEDNESDAY, Oct. 22: Lecture. 7:30 p.m. "Arts of Indiana" by Miss Mary J. Coulter. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 12: Lyceum Lecture, Edward Amherst Ott. Thriftlcti Jockeys, iluny of lliu 0I1I llino English jockeys were terribly thriftless. For Instance, Jim Snow ilen. who won tho Oaks when bo was seieiiteen years olil anil gained lasting renown at twenty, when ho rode lllnlr Athol to victory In tho Derbj ami St. I.egerdled, iolsoued by year, ami a drink, In his forty-sixtvubocrlplloii hud to bo made to bury him. Nor-wal- k, ' Page Two. THI: CITIZEN NUTS TO CRACK September 1 1, 1013. The Citizen A CABIN IN WHICH WAS family newspaper for all that It right, true and Interesting. I'uMt'tusl Man wants but little here below pAr. FAMOUS SEA FIGHTER BORN NEAR KNOXVILLE, TENN. INUKWIONAL CARNEGIE IS A ABSTAINER TOTAL FROM LIQUOR. eicn Taiinsl.ii st Helen Kv BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (I itrnrHinitpil) WM. G. TROST. f RUTH McFALL, Office Editor DEAN SINGLE, Circulation Opportunities always old age. man's head. shrink with to n SUNMTScnOOL Words of Warning to Young Men From Ironmaiter. Andrew Carnegie. LL. I)., lord recnil. ns tor of St. Aiidrew'H university he Is refened' to In the laud of his birth, "the laird of Sklho," Is total iibstulner from the use of bevernges. He In such an anient advocate of told iilistlneiice thill be pays 10 per rent more tbmi the agreed wages lo each eniplmee on bis Sklbo estate who dors not drink during tho year. In address in jming men recently Mr. Ciirnegb' wild: 'Tile llrst and most seductive peril nnd the destroyer of most ouug men 11 11 I 1111 True greatness never com Lesson LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 14 Mnfr fi If Heauty Is only skin ileep, especially a girl hasn't any money Youth l Subscription Rutos r.VVAHI.H IN AllVANCI' One Year Mv Months Three Months Sent! money by f overtakes hi m In a sprinter, but Old the long run. Ace "N THE TEN COMMANDMENTS ... . u, . . . f uiiii; n mail is as goon as tnis word, whose word Isn't Rood for anything -- It KaH.WlW. "t. U ITF9BE n" J LecMiti Text Ex. 'JO: Golden Text- - Thou shall love the lord Thy God with nil thy heart, Is the drinking of are God's Ibptor. I am 110 MiMlne niimls-r- s will Is? gladly supplied if wc great finger-pos- t pointing the paths temperance lecturNIC of the Interesting things to days In t ho CO's played are notihnl. his part In digtilM. hut of safedy and happiness for men of er man who know Liberal term given (o .in) who obtain new see on the grounds of tho Na- In the defense of the Union as gallantsubscriptions for us An one en.linft- in four It is no n d lolls yen Some, people are never saddled ly as did any man. Ills name has gone all ages anil of nil litres. early subscription can receiie The Cttlrell free tional Conservation Imposition for himself for one year ringing down In the pages of history vn"i' They even want to make hay when It uiik'tiided to llnd what idisenntlnn '"r Advertising rales on application In Knoxville. Tetui.. this fall Is and his fame will to rains. pronsl forever. His his way over the mountain mads of has the liitle old log cabin in whlrh blrthplaee as seen lle the Conserva- - Kenttuky, Viricinin or North Caro-tioon him. imhI I sat- to Farrago. that famous Imposition Virtue Isn't going to take people to Admiral is of peculiar lina. The paths and roads turn and Jim that 1011 nre r -i Union lUlid". .is bttm heaven until It has been thoroughly luvrest t ,,,,.,1 .m l w.itmn of thc'twUt: tin. lliieknlM. tl. wr.-- it f.ir.t more llkeli t fill .rr .111 in the dark ' KnoxvU'o tested. In .ireer jour tree-- , and the iiMiutitains reuriny; sky from arqmrwg ward, lunke it impovsilile for one to the habit t l In At any rate there Is a lot more satee jmth will lend. A pilule lllg liquor I ti.'l II isfaction In spending as you go than AWAKE INTERESTS NATION is where the ; someone who knows the from nil t It In lending. r country. The night may he rominii templMtloiii iii,e y KHNTVCKY PKI'.sS As.sOlIVTtON The higher education oil to ti swill )OII on with storms anil u shelter is desirsometimes demonstrates that the more we know AND NATIONAL CONSERVATION SOUTH'S GREAT EXPOSITION IS ed. Some tmths lend along the eilre may jleld to til m I a I y American the less wo believe. of tiHitintain dills, and they are full most ail) otlirr AMI! I W t All.M.I.IR ATTRACTING THE ATTENTION EXPOSITION WILL SHOW IT UNCLE SAM. LUMBERMAN. f danger; others among pitfall", and temptation mid re OF THE COUNTRY. TO THE WORLD. The people who Jump out of the fryform - iiiiij tmi. e op mid if not Among tho other varied activities the haunts of vermin, snakes, ild ing pan into tho fire had no business lost ground at least remain in the raco Uncle Sam finds It to his advantage In beasts. .lust mi over the hills of life nnd the frjing ian In the first place nnd maintain a irspevtahle to engage In thu lumber business. His Hut from Hie Insane thirst EYE OPENER FOR THE NORTH NOT MERELY A LOCAL AFFAIR the pHth become obscure, confine I, position success In the tlscal year ended June or dark. Out of his great goodneM for Ibpior escape Is almost tmMissble. LITTLE THINGS WORTH KNOW30 last, surpassed all previous recour Heavenly Father HiinU the way I bine known but few exceptions lo ING. ords. Receipts from the national forExposition In to human happiness and lo a home this rule. Wonderful Advances Along All Lines National Conservation "Drinking Is a drttigerous Imlilt very Knoxville, Clote to Chattanooga with Cod by those commandment. ests were nearly $2,500,000, of which Made by South In Recent Years to The southern ocean Is the deepest. Where G, A. R. Is to Meet. It a f Con was for timber. about be Strikingly Typified at Big Fair Verso 1J, Honor thy father and thy likely to cause grleious results, nil agree; that It i'hii cause 110 l.enellclal U. S. Government Exposition Exposition Is CoinciIn Knoxville tracts negotiated for the sale of tlm mother: There is none too much of results nil agree It Is therefore, the .Newroumllnml lias 40.000 square Is Behind Big Project. dent Wfth G. A. R. Encampment. ber, some to bo cut In future years, to- miles. this; but it is not a high tyie of part of wisdom to nlMalu from Hie taled $4,000,000. The payment on While the Hoys In Hluo are In Chat-Ide- a man who refuse honor to his parents. habit Hint might work evil and rati do In many sections of the North tho these contracts, however, will be de The polar regions are said fo cover Is still prealetit. erroneous as it tauooga. In September, to attend the Tin' command moan obedience, leit no good. That no Hi etTects are visible ferred In most Instances until the tlm- - 4.SSS.S00 square miles. from liHliilgcucf during the vigorous Is, that the eyes of tho Southland are encampment of the Grand Army of the it also includes reptt and reverence. ber is cut and sold by operators. Tho still turned on things and events that Kepubllc In that city, at Knoxville, an- - .Many start on the pathway to the period of loutli renders the danger of The Island of .Manhattan covers long since have passed Into history, other Tcnnesseo city, there will be In jHil or the penitentiary by breaking Kcrloos government's receipts are thus influes In after life still square miles. gltsster Hunt if Hie III efTefts wero enced by the state of the market, for twenty-twprogress me .National Conservation this commondmont. and not on the future. tho sale or the timber depends on deThe National Conservation Kxposl- - Imposition, ono of the biggest things v..r.. lit Tlmn slmlt not kill- - r.nA visible from Hieasbeginning. "Viewing joii France Is Hie greatest wine produc- Hon that Is being held In Knoxville, ever nem in uic soiun. 11 is uopeu steeds trainmand. However, since 1900, when life; He alone can (jive it; no ing for Hie rme of joiing I know of no ing country in the world. life. Tenn., from September 1 to November that thousands of visitors to the re- man In full tho forest service was placed has h right to tke it. Murder one habit mi likely to defeat yen in union will take advantage of the 1. of the present ear. is a magnlticeut charge of the national forests, the The wireless record Is S.fiOO miles, refutation of that belief. of faro offered and tho liberal begum 111 anger and hot red. ICen.l Hie contest as (lie drinking of alcoholic amount of timber cut has Bhown a betwfen Long Island and Ilerlln. erroneous that stopover privileges to mako the short what Christ says about being angry Ibpiors 'Mint tiiKen In etcess they j And to show Just how steady advance. The gain In receipts the rlmmder of men and ren21 mid '.'2. The Judge idon is special Invitations have been run from t hattanoogr to Knoxville. In in .Matthew from timber was checked only In 1900. The desert area of the earth is said extended and are being extended to order to tee this exposition, which Is 0f I'uyetle County in his charge der I hem nel.ws memherx of society s The loss, however, was more than to be I.1SO.000 square miles in ex- the exposition to every veteran of the iP'cai o- - uic spirit mat is animating the Grand Jury a yitir stated Jon all klHuv Tile line Isitween made up in 1910. Government tim- tent. Ufllon army anc" to the other visitors the South of that there were mute murderers in It Is ami siillbieney Is mi narrow Hint I" order to give some Idea of the know ier.1 seldom Hie ber will bo more in demand as coming to Chattanooga for tho G. A. U. that county alone iltirini; the year mimI oliservea It Heller drinkerthe siifo Is- - on encampment to make tho short run to size and the magnitude of the cxpost- - preceding than in the entire city sources of supply diminish. It if Hide Why run Into danger? As no now appears that the national forests the exposition city, where they may Hon. and to disabuse the minds of the London. Did you know that there Hissil( good run result from IndulJOSEPH A. G0ULDEN see the South as she Is today, and not people who have an Idea that the ex- will be depended on for an increaspengence, no risk should Is- - Incurred as many of them remember her a half position is purely local In character. were wore rnntntil in the state ing amount of lumber. An aggres"In Hie stem came of life yon have it is oniy necessary to cue ino 101- - itentiaries of this state for wurifr century agotie. sive conservation policy which pro' than or till othrr crimen of violence to play you ran afford to (brow no Students of conditions all over the toning: vides for the reclamation of additionaway. I put Hie case (o you The Liberal Arts and Machinery put together? Usually the murderer country agree that as a nation we al land and the reforestation of barHe will shoot from be- simply as a mutter of policy There have been altogether too prodigal In Iluildlng; the Land and Agricultural is a coward. ren areas should show a considerable the use of those great natural re-- I Building, a magnificent structure re- hind a rock or a btiih, or in the dark. 1. one habit mid that the greatest which return In revenues from the salo of sources that mother nature In her wis- cently completed; the Tennessee In any event, he is the enemy of so- danger In flout of timber. dom saw tit to bestow upon the United Untitling, devoted to the exploitation ciety and of him it is written "No Jou en ti protts-- yoiirselieH completely III the rnmiKilgti of life I It Is good i!titu Tlin miasHnn it hnu Imal In of Tennessee and all ot that state's sense for J oil to do so OSLER PHILOSOPHY. conserve these great natural resources wonderfully rich resources; the Mine murderer hath eternal life." Vere 1, Thou shalt not commit "Drunkenness is the great nck asA few years ago the startling and not a'one the resources but life and Minerals Ilulldlng, In which bothand health and energy. Is ono of the the United States government and ev- - adultery: Christ unfolds this corn- - abend In Hie career of every young sertion of Dr. Osier that the usefulcry state of the South will make splen- manilment more fully in the Sermon man It Is far more ImiHirtmit you paramount questions of the day. ness of life ended at sixty years of age Insure jourselies ngainst It than So, then. It Is fitting that tho first did displays of minerals; the All South on the Mount. Kv.nl .Matt. .1: startled the world. The assertion did I'onil mnHii T.ir ,.vt.rv against death. A drink policy Is worth exposition In history designed to teach Ilulldlng, designed to display the man- K....H rle.ni ia not check the energetic young fellows ' ' the great and timely lessons of the ufacturing advance ot the South: the one. borrow, distress, and suffering 'en life policies , In this ense Abstain of sixty from going right ahead and J nger and evade tin- , ,. ,, need of conservation should be held Art Ilulldlng, the Child Welfare Ilulld- iiir me innuccni ami, me ,neipiess , doing things without a thought of the The exposition is lng, the Live Stock Ilulldlng, the WomIn tho Southland. in the path of him who breaks Negro Ilulldlng. chloroform bug. The doctor may have BOY SCOUTS AND BRYAN. In itself a living examplo of the fact an's Ilullding and the depart- this law. Often it begins with the un- The different exposition Intended that his utterances should that no matter what past conditions menu comprise the Department of clean stor the doubtful allusion, the Th.y Indorn tht Secretary's Total be taken In a scientific Pickwickian may have been, no matter what the Do- - unwholekome jest, the immodest dress, Abitinence Principle!. sense, for In meeting him ono would South felt after she was left bleeding Minerals, Department of Waters. cIt,a mun. Civil War, partment of IMucatlon. Child Welfare Tu. Ilalion wanU iM)tll A company of Imy scouts recently and torn at the close of the never believe him responsible for bucIi womanhood. rniltsl 011 S.s retary of State Itrynn to her eyes are now turned toward the Department. Department of Health. ,U))U, ,, aUo a a grim edict Now that Dr. Oslor Is . X vrse ,r present an engrossed copy of the fol1 h,ou ,alt front Tho exposition In itself Is a Department of Good Itoads. Woman ' himself approaching the "age limit," Department. Department of Music. De living example of tho fact that the 1,10 lh,s lowing resolutions'anl he may modify his original statement, partment of Forests. Department ol.,nan' mehe great New South of great In Having tun relrlimitst Mothers' day. It to the How many ounce and with the honors of knighthood nilliig n ml proper wrv itioulil rnllit everything that goes to make for pros- Agriculture and Live Stock. Girls' Can-- pound? Certainly this does not mnltr our iriitlirr' that ning Department aud tho Negro Doupon him," Sir William Osier "thick txinnrr In the war perity Is marching shoulder to shoulmean adulterated sugar, short weight ntttlnst Ihr OVmim of trunk' ilrlnk; there-fur- r may tako a brighter purview of long der with the balance of the country partment. li It Kach of theso departments Is In butter, unpaid bill and loans. There life as the sunset of sixty approaches. ' Itesolvnl. That we. troop It of the towards better things and a better and charge of a board of experts. Miss is not a prosperous country on the Memorial OingrrKntlnnal church of greater united country. Ono bit of philosophy lately advanced Washington, Imlorae by Dr. Osier seems destined to live to j The National Conservation Kxposl-tlo- Julia C. Lathrop. bead of the Chil- earth which has not written this law action of ourI) C. do hereby data In thu of hit that w'ill bo visited during the dren's Hureau of the United States De- into their statutes. lirave utaml aKiilyd Klnit Alcohol anil hU bear good fruit. There Is no use, be months of September and October by partment of Labor, is at tho head of Ver.se, 10, Thou h:ilt not bear hoits. remarks, In worrying about yesterday The secretary was highly pleasisl more than 1,000,000 visitors, a large tho Child Welfare exhibit. Dr. Harvey false witness: What about the conspirand tomorrow today Is what we must percentage of them from the North, Is W. Wiley, famed for the fight he has acy in the Callahan murder trial, with the testlmonal and thanked tho take care of. When one stops to think j Ib taking an act boy scouts for the resolution. an exposition with an Idea behind It; made for pure foods, He where man after man swore false- said In part: "I appreciate the compliof It, most of our real worries come It will be a "different" exposition In ive Interest In tho Health Department. Don Carlos Kills, of Washington, In ly before the court? Cun we have a ment which you pay me In Indorsing from regrets for misspent yesterday. . every sense of the word. good government, will our country be what I have done In regard to serving or from apprehensions of possibly un Eleven large exposition buildings charge of tho educational Mr. Goulden, who represents the happy tomorrows, little realizing that twenty.thlrd New York district In equal In size and In arcbltecturo to tho United States Korest Service, Is In what it ought to be when men will not liquor nt the table If since I bare tell the truth in the courts of grown to ma hood I im ever felt betwoen the sunset and sunrise of congress, served four previous terms, exposition buildings at other shows ot charge of the forestry exhibit. law? Do you like to live with u liar? templed to begin the drinking of liqtoday lie and impera-- retiring for a time at the close of the a similar character rear themselves on I would have LOW RATES FOR KNOXVILLE. restrained by There are also a numThen don't be one, or you will sleep uor congress. the grounds. tlve duties, says a writer In the Na-- ; . . . session of the sixty-firs- t feeling that my act might Injuriber of smaller structures and a great to bed. the with a liar every night you Dr. Osier Insists "e is a Democrat. tional Magazine. ously affect some who look lo ine for Midway. Tho buildings are filled with Every railroad In tho South has tnat wnen one starts tho day with o a splendid line of exhibits. These com- mado very low rates for tho encamp- "All liars have their part in the la'fe an example, and I have felt that more the first two hours going right, Bmooth especially In public life, for its one prise government and stato and com- ment of the Grand Army of tho Kepub- that burnetii." Kev. 21: 8. HEALTH HINT FOR TODAY. Verso 17, Thou shall not covet: sailing for all day Is forecasted. This better known Ids examplo has mercial exhibits. The latter show the llc, In Chattanooga, In September, and I shall romlnds me of the admonition of dear wonderful progress the South has also for the National Conservation Kx- - Covctousnoss is too often the sin of more farre'iiiilng Influence. Worry In Sickness, old grandfather, who used to say: made In all lines of commercial nnd position, In Knoxville, Tenn., from Sep tho man who wear u silk hat, but it feel that I have not lived entirely In When uu uiiliiial is hb-- It does Industrial endeavor during the last lumber 1 to November 1. Liberal stop is also the sin of thu man who buys vain If by abstaining from tho use of "Never get up In the morning without not worry about It nor about tho few years; they sing a peaon of tri- over privileges and numerous side his neighbor' cattle for less than the Intoxicating liquors as beverages I a hearty laugh, if you can't think of anyoutcome. It mental attitude trips have been provided for. umph of tho New South. thing humorous, tickle yourself." In dues not hinder nature's healing market price; who will buy up valu- have ghen strength to" any one to help him resist temptation othijr words, let your day begin with It giH-- Into the sun able coal lands, allowing; the seller to hlne. takes the ivm cure mid a temperamental sunrise, for cheery A police dog at a show In Philadel- remain in ignorance of their true The Truth About Alcohol. Mop cat I UK mid movers. Hut words and thoughts constitute a radiIn Central park, Now York city, a phia tried to selzo the Judge of tho worth. Cotivctousnc.ss figure largeFrederick Peterson, M. I., professor if uo haw rheumatism In uuu by tho throat. grows on into noonday ant dawn that This should ly in every monopoly anil trust in tho of psychiatry tit Columbia university llttlo plat called the "Garden of the class Joint we expert other Joints to brightness, whether the weather outof tho New York Heart" contains GOO different varieties have disbarred him. For a police doc country, yet it is a poor man' Mn mid nlTiH'iul. We worry to try and throttlo Justice Is side bo Indicative ot gloom or a threatpartic- us well, 11ml will keep anyone out of' stale commission on lunacy, him the roqul-sltof flowers, various conditions alioiit it. It i. ot rnnrse. well following printed 011 Ids prescription ened tempest. thu Kingdom of Heaven. to tho flourishing llfo ot widely ularly bad showing. coinlillxlied Hint the right menLesson for September 'Jlst. Thu blanks: tal nltlliidr in rtirr. and the maintenance of a rockery and an Alcohol Is n poison It i iiiall) important to uuder-tiiiu- l Though tho modern cotlego graduate Golden Calf. Temperance lesson. Kx. A West Virginia man claims to have artificial lake. School children are It Is claimed by some that alcohol wrong uicntul tliat the to be encouraged to vUlt the garden knows all about everything, ho Is dis- .T'. discovered that by treating tho comIn food. If so. it is poisoned food. hllldi'lK health t'cMoratlou. It. II. KobertH. firefly or lightning bug with a purpose of learning to dis- creet enough to conceal tho fact from mon tor the The dally regular use of alcohol, Iliio-oiiiinuiiiatioii mill will person to whom he applies tinguish thu dlffernt plants, secret chemical preparation ho can even In mislernllon. often leads to In the tho crude Mier arc lilu fiii inrs in tho procuro a light not Inferior to that pavilion near by there Is soon to be for a Job. chronic alcoholism anil iiiiiluteiiaure of otb-In a Now York factory loft the One Is pulsions! less rapidly by tho supplied by tho tungsten incandescent displayed u collection of 1,900 differ init It i;iri one should know u use of beer than b.v drinking wines, Considering tho kind of language er day tho proprietor announced lamp. His home, It Is reported, Is Ilhi- Ihhh of Kiiviiliiii and apply tnt Insects that thu park entomolofor his employes, and ' gin, whisky mid brandy I Ms Hien'i in relation to health gists have cotuo Into acquaintance some men uso over a telephone, It Is luminated with tho new light, the Inthey scampered out to find that tho Alcohol Is one of Hie most common chemwith whllo engaged In their duties In- a safo bet that not all tho shocks a sects, captured by hundreds and iinw what Iwlills of building wub ou flro aud burning so muses of Insanity, epilepsy, paralysis, briMlliiug. diet, menial ically treated, being hung up In cident to tho protection of tho now telephone operator gets are off the briskly that tholr menus of escape diseases of the t'ver and stomach, biililu. upirully ute i'oiiim e globes. r and plants In Central park. Wouldn't ho be a benefactor It Bwltch bourd. would have been cut oft In a snort dropsy and tuberculosis to health, live li aUmlcully and If ho could discover a chemical that would seem that systematic Instruction A father or mother who drinks poiHad they beou Informed ot time. eM . t lusiltli. luipplueN uuil "Holt ot lightning penetrates 8M would get some good out of tho mos of school children by labeling plants sons Hie children tuirn lo them, mi that Mi' iyh. 'Hie unlit uielitul nttl tho lire thore might have been panic plpo." Hut It didn't penetrate the In the iwbllc parks would bo worth qultot msny die In Infauci. while others luilo Is vllanj liiixii 1,1111 and delay and consequent casualties. more than It would cost. meter. frow up as Idiots and epileptics. Tho proprietor was a mau of tacL o IlOtlly 114 Onler Draft. Kexlsieied Utter uruncsml The high cost of, living doesn't both ceiil ttatnps. wl, can borrow or rtenl The .late after vmir n.nne on kM slum, to or tIl08 If UN not mM whflt latc Hir uWtitlmi t chanrnl within thtce urek nflr icttcwnt ,... ..a..,, nmilmna fnl-n- o nr.. " or Hxpress Money tii with all thy soul, and with all thy strength, anil with all thy mind; mid thy neighbor as thyself. Luke 10: 27. The Ten Commandments mm IIIUVI. SWltl age to keep out of a light hs lo win one. - J - 11 11 - n s- tit-.i- SOUTH IS -- net-dcil- Si 1 res-ov- Ms-ur- e one-hal- coii-4iie- in low-rate- s :r, pri-vat- I yoii-nga- lnst t 1 'JT-.'l- 11 101-lo- y ..in. - ! n 11 lt U-e- g-- s 11 11 11 - - llvltig-ex-ci- vm. .' -- 1 September 1 1. 1913. at million nt lili mil. hut out of tlio light fifty. Tlio routine llfo of tlio nvcrago busl-tie- s iiiiiii U nlMiitt iim rm: follow! tl C1TIZKN. PaRc Three. WHAT, WHEN AND HOW TO EAT The Best Dusincss Man Is One Who Safeguards iiml 7 n. in., Ilo nrlnvM hetuceti lakes no cicrelxe or fresh nlr, Imt partakes of it breakfast composed largely "f nclil frullx. cereal starches, incut, eggs nml cnlTco. thufi goes nt onco to Ills InixliinsM, fits nt n desk until noon, dikes luncheon nt n neighboring cafe, which U roiupoKil of meat, cereal or potiito March, heer or coffee, nml hurries luick to liiislncix. nits nt lilt desk live or hours longer, hflrrlc home, pnrtnki's of n dinner composed of mori! meat, moro starch, exercise, no diinnro ten or coffee--n- o version, tin nsMirlntlon with great no tmiMe, no poetry, no change. Repeated Warning! Neglected. If he hits mi III, henilnrlie, sour Htntn ncli. IndlgcMloii. it tinge of rlicuitintl.stii, illztlness, Ititestltml Kits, Insoiiinlu, tier v. otisness or miy ono of the hundred symptoms or warnings Unit tuitiiru elves ti I it for the vlolntloti of her laws. Instead of thinking n little nml trying to ascertain the rnnse, he sends with pride for his physlclnn, nml his physician prescribes something In it (lend language, mid the loenl druggist sends over the medicine, nml It Is swallowed with Hint childish ronlldenre Hint fitly Isfonics the modem Imsliiesx ninn, who knows it urntt dcnl nlmiit business, hut ntiMiliitely not hi nu nhout himself. The dnys nml months go on; the symptoms or signals hecotne moro more expressive, moro Impressive, moro painful: Ids physlclnn Is called more often: the dend language pnper goes to the druggist oftener than It iiist to. With faith ho still kwiiIIows the medicine. It tuny relievo him for n little while, usually hy paralyzing the little nerve libers thnt nro carrying to the brain the messages of warning. After while, however, his physlclnn acknowledges defeat mid prescribes n trip or n sanitarium. It Is either this procedure or the fnto thnt befell Messrs. Ilolierls. Field. Colonel Inner-sol- i mid the uncounted thousands who had mi reputation on w Ich to herald their denth. A Few Menui and Suggestions For a Good Dutinett Man. SI'UI.W. OH SUMPALI. AM) WIN-TT.It. Privileges of Education Mean an Extra Burden I3y President SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door ARTHUR T. HADLEY of Yale Univenily His Health. By EUGIiNI- CHRISTIAN. hy American V. 5. D. n nessed. The IIOPK OF HUMANITY TO A IIIOIIKR LHVKIi nppenrs to hnvo taken hold on a larger section of mankind than it ever did before. The ranks of the reformers nro recruited from as many different elements as were tho ranks of the disciples of Jesus. Some nro moved by selfish hope of personal advancement; some by mcro lovo of excitement; 601110 euro so much for tho broad objects which they hnvo in view that they LOSU SIGHT OF ALL HKSIDIJS. Surrounded ns ho is by disciples of this kind, tho WORK OF THK TKUB ItHFOHMHR IS MISUNDERSTOOD both by his friends nnd by his enemies sometimes, I am sorry to sny, even by ltimself. MI-TIX- in hnntls zenl WE live tlioan ngo of reform movement. There is on nilhnvo notn witkingdom of God such ns recent generations for Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- g Training that ndds to your gcnernl education. power, combined with FOR YOUNG MKN Apiculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commercial. FOR YOUNG LADIKS Homo Science, Drcssmnkinp, Cooking NursitiK, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door ; Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training No matter what your present advancement, wc can put you with others like yourself nnd give chance for most rapid progress (Copyright, 1911. I'rcn Ano-elatio- Till'. llslniH'iit uf great IniliiHtrlc, building tip great enterprises mill (liu llCClIlllllllltlllll llf IIKIIU'J. A ciiri'ful rutliMV uf tint history of btiHliii'NM ini'ii tlui Iiiii inmlu ii lllllllK tlle.10 llll("J sIiown tlutt till) majority of llii'iu Miirltlcu tlii'ir health r then to tln lr hudiiess. mid t All effort mill work of every kind hnvo kfor their excuse liiiiiiniilty some tiny irrum totk itml worry, hut tlio nviTiiRi' "business iiiiiii permits lib liiiMni'jis to create mill niiKini'iit the wry things Im lit trjlng In net nil of. In tlio ilnnl nniilMi, therefore, ini'ii Mini Hiirrillcu uru nut their lit'iilth to tliclr good Imiluevs ini'ii Tlio mini tlni from n cheap tin store founded 'Tin1 I'nlr" In Chicago and hIIouiiI tlio liiixliicss to dethrone In-- i s tliltiK 1 it t go t tnnki! tip a 1iiinIiu iiiiiii according U tin; cHtnlf ioiiiliir i t OFFERS THE EDUCATED MAN A BURDEN AND A HIS BURDEN IS TO HOLD HIS FAITH IN THE DAY OF ITS PROSPERITY, UNSUPPORTED BY THE ILLUSIONS OF THE CROWD AND UNDAUNTED BY ITS ERRORS, GOD PRIV-ILEG- 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course His privilege is to HOLD HIS SAMB FAITH IN TUB NIQnT OF HIS ADVBKSITY, when illusions have vanished nnd the courage that depended on them is dead and the crowd shrinks from the penalties which the errors of tho day have brought in their train. For those who nrc not expecting to teach and who are not RoinR through College, but desire more general education. This is just the thing tor those preparing for medical studios or other professions without u college course, It also gives the best general education for those who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School A Popular By Caplain Fallacy That We Are Safe From Invasion of This gives the very best training for those who expect to teach. Courses are so nrranged that young people can teach through the summer nnd fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their course of study Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." HUGH D. WISE the Third United Stales Infantry 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course POPULAR FALLACY IN OUR COUNTRY THAT OUR DISFROM PROBABLE ENEMIES GIVES US SECURITY FROM ATTACK. NOTHING COULD BE MORE FOOLISH THAN THIS UNTHINKING FAITH. IT TANCE IS A This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Ilerca's largest department. 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered India nnd the Transvanl were farther from Knglnnd, nnd Tonquin wns farther from France than wc nrc from Buropc, but distanco did not save those places from invasion nnd conquest. Distanco alone will not grant ns immunity from Kuropean npgrcssion. The fait that the COMPLICATED STA'ITS OF EUROPEAN TOLITICS renders European countries exceedingly cautious about on war is a mot fortunate circumstance for this country. Yet to depend for our national safety upon such nn uncertain thing ns tho status quo of European politics is too chimerical to bo seriously conMIT. sidered. nnnAKKAST ii. imr.AKiwsT i. Very rlrxj lirrles Of him who imagines that we can whip the world let us nsk whether A cup of hot water or thin choco- or cantaloupe; baked he has ever coldly compared our military conditions nnd our fighting late n rrnall rauce snect potato: a tirnlled In but- power with those of possible enemies. That we nrc vulnerable to foreign dlnti of whole nheat tiulliit until very mift ler or. If very ripe, nttnek is n fact TOO WELL KNOWN TO THE C.UEAT POWERS hoars) taken uncooked with (fle or Such nn TO DECEIVE THEM. or flaked ntirut. half crenm or cream TO WARRANT OUR TRYING cfnirse wheat bran cheene; thin cocoa ostrichlike performance obscures the vision of no one but ourselves nnd thorouEhly cooknl; or cool water. deceives only our own people. liolletl two ono es-Roth Germany and England have their transatlantic trade vessels minutes. 1'iiten from the thell with tauter plying between American and their own ports which could at a single and n l.anl crncUer. sailing bring to our shores ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUor n amall Lnkcit one or two SAND TRAINED TROOPS equipped in every detail, and to oppose excieillnsiy rtis) such armies we have in the United States thirty thousand regulnr mobile peeleil anil hakeil In nn oven troops and a little over one hundred thousand of the organized militia, ten iiilnutin. serxed the latter being ns heterogeneous ns the states from which they hail. with n little huttiT o This is the crown of the whole Institution, nnd provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. many HEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with its affiliated schools, is not a institution. It requires ccrtaiu fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging ns far as possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings, and money-making assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valube vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes training and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except in winter it in expected that all will have a chance to cam a part of thcif expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., Our climate is the are necessary. THE best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm or cream, a Kla of cool water or thin cocoa I.U.VCIIKON I. V1 n t e r i un s h. c.i LUNCHEON' Green corn. parenlpa or tur- aiparaeua, nips linked (sitato wcet or white; or baked lenna: a ket or cheeia. bit of lettuco or celery re. potato, Jun- II. American Women Most Beautiful By PAUL HELLEU. WOMEN Famous French Etcher and Painter ARE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL IN won out at rim'. Ids reason nml him to an Insane asylum before he wns sixty could hardly be considered n (jisxl business mnn. I'resldetit Huberts, who nrose from the ranks of a car wheel tnolder to the presidency of the Pennsylvania railroad ami died from work mid worry lit the uk' of llfty. watt not a koihI business mini, mid so on. Money Not the Only Thing, of money and the The fonndlni; of Kivat Industries are only mid by no menus the must Important ones of the kooiI business iiiiiii. lor ulmt pmliteth a man to make n seeu figure fortune to put In motion ii million to chain continents together with cables, to Hash his olce over weans and continents on wines of common nlr, to make the ocean's billowed bosom n commercial hlnhuny, to transform the oxcart Into a palace ami cct It on wheels mid hitch It to tho Hk'htnlm., to build structures of stone and steel, to burrow In tho earth for coal and Kohl until his name Is known around the world mid his fortune Is a power In the liiml-wboots It, I sny. to do all the-- e IIiIiiks ami Kl'de blindly Into the shambles of disease and furnish a fashionable funeral at forty7 hnt DIS'NEIt I. Cream or vecet.i-blaoup. carrels, parsnips, .turnips, txets. cnlihak-eijuali (any two or three of these); tonKr fish or chicken white meat; Isikeil isitatn. navy or ham beam. Iiran Kent or mullln; chreiii with hard cracker or n mnall servlco of houifmailu Ico crcom If e nome-thln- I tato any itle; very AND THE POOR WORKING PEOPLE as on Fifth nvenue, and shoptemlcr flih or chicken, nhlte meat If girl benutv is just ns noticenblo ns thnt of society women. food Is tledred: The SOCIETY WOMEN ARE NOT COLD, as is thought by the plain Ico cream It somethlni: meet la French. They nro enthusiastic, only they display an exclusive tasto in ileilreU. emotions. They nro as well dressed ns the Parisienncs nnd nro FAR tlt-e- THERE IS THE GREATEST QUANTITY OF BEAUTIES Melon or cants-lou. peae, ntpnra-ku- . THERE, AND ALSO THE LARGEST PROPORTION OF THE WOMEN corn, cummer "lunili (any two or ARE BEAUTIFUL. three of there): pofound benutv as COMMON AMONG THE MIDDLE CLASSES DINNKIl II. THE AMERICAN THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES arc really below cost. The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, in the fall, and ?1.50 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES arc two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothfng for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal ?C.OO and 7.00 in Collegiate course. aweet l HEALTHIER, taking more baths. health nnd the grace of feebleness. They have at onco tho forco of PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM VOCATION AND In carrs of fernientntkin or Intestinal k'ai Ico cream liould iiu omltttd. Simple Rule of Health, If there should be u tendency toward constipation a hcaplui; tablespoonftll of coarse clean wheat bran should bu Incidental Fee Room JOUNDATION SCHOOLS $ 5.00 5.60 AN11 ACADKA1V NORMAL $ COO COLLEGE A FEW BARGAINS IN 7.00 , $ 7.00 7.00 cisd.ed and served as nn ordinary cereal with each meal. A tablespoonftll uncooked should bo taken Just before retiring. Don't allow your business to become REAL ESTATE No. i. No. Board 7 weeks Amount duo Sept. 10, 19ia Board 7 weeks, dut Oct. 29, 1913 Total for term If paid in advance WINTER Incidental Fee Room Board 0 weeks 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 9.15 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 9.45 $23.15 9.45 $32.90 '$20.00 TERM $ 5.00 COO $3I.40 $ COO S32.40 $ 7.00 your master Don't discuss business at homo or lti social life. Take a cool .shower bath and vigorous exercise and deep breathing beforu nn open window tho llrst thing upon arising. I'artake of a very light brcaUfnst nu hour after arising, no bread or meat. Walk to your business If possible; bl eat ho deeply on the way. Don't wear woolen underwear; dress ns lightly as possible. Take an hour fur luncheon, omit coffee, tobacco, beer ami sweets. Keep your olllce well ventilated. Secure competent help nnd trust It. Don't eat too many things nt the same meal. Leave your olllce early enough to walk homo or at least part of the way. Masticate your food Infinitely lino mid by all means do not overeat. This is the crowning sin of the civilized table. Wo usually eat as much ns we want, then call Into acthlty another set of taste buds by forcing on tho appetite another kind of food. Take from ten to llfleen minutes' exercise before retiring. Slep In a cold, thoroughly ventilated room. Spend as much time as possible In tho sunshine and open nlr. I'lay golf. Join a gymnasium, dame, sing, kick and play with tho boys, fur It Is Inllnltely better to dig In the ditch for your dinner mid to be able to digest and enjoy It than to lie Invalid In your self made prison, perhaps die. and probably If the truth were written on your tombstone It would rend: There ' n fen I who made a fortune. Hut lie died Tho worhf Galled him great. Hut It Hid 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 . No. No. down and weaves about himself the mesh of a prison i:ery year puts In a new bar. every mouth a new bolt ami every day a new stroke that ihels around him what he calls business until lie feels nnd ristlly thinks ho cannot escape. A Good Busineit Man. A k'ood business man Is lie who ran direct the wheels of Industry, who rnu draw a trial balance between Ids Inshort, who come and his expenses-l- it can cash In his experience and at the same time measure his own ability on the yardstick of endurance. lie Is a kikiiI business man who elves ns much study to the laws coverulut; his own body as he does to tho organization or his business, ami In the Ilnnl wlndiip I doubt If ho would not himself a better business man Hat broke nml In .'' I health at ninety In a sanitarium with u than soJoii.-iiIii- k con-side- r The unfortunate thliiK business iiiiiii sits III in Is that the concivte store house in Ono lare, best business part of Herea. Cost. $2,500. Make us an offer. One brand new six room dwelling (will be finishsquare Jo public only one-haed Septeinbr All plastered, finished in hardwood, four school. Also a large basegrates and cabinet mantels. ment about 22X2. feet, and two porches. Can be bought for $1,600. We'have several nice residences on Jackson street " at prices form $1,200 to 5.000We also have several Blue Grass farms in .Madison and adjoining counties which we can worth the money. Also several business propositions in Hardware, Dry Goods, Groceries, etc. Tell us what you want, and we shall try to please you. two-stor1 ) lf de-live- Amount duo Dec. 31, 1913 Boanl C weeks due Feb. 11, Total for term If paid in advance 1914 $20.50 S30.70 $3I,70 This docs not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Total String Winter Fall $30.00 $10.00 $12.00 $14.00 Stenography and Typewriting 30.00" 10.00 12.00 11.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .... 18.90 5.00 0.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) Business course studies for students in other departments: 27.00 10.C0 7.50 9.00 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 18.00 5.00 7.00 0.00 of instrument Com. Law, Com. (Jeog., Com. 1.S0 . 5.40 1.50 Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at Any Bctca if there is the will to do so. It is u great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people wasto time in the public schools going over and over the samo things, when they might bo improving much fnster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies with some of tho best young men nnd women from other counties and able-bodie- d ,- Bickuell (Sh Harris Berea, Kentucky states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showInR that they are above 15 years old, in good health, and of Rood character. This may be signed by some former Oerea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Fall Term opens, Wednesday, Sept 10th. For information or friendly ndvice write to tho Secretary. D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Paqe Four. rm-- ; CITIZEN. G0LLE6E ITEMS SfpU'Hihcr n 9'3 oooooooooooocooooooooooooo LOCAL PAGE o o o NEWS OF BEREA c Daily Program To Assist Students in Berea in Punctuality and thc Best Use of Time the Following Bells Will Ring: 11:00 A. M.. Wising Hell. Kootti Tollrl lollnn otk t c A Miss Welsh came hack a few days earlier than usual anil spent the time with Mrs. Frost in Imaging picture In The Citizen Tells the News In School nnd Out of School VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES AND dilTercnt College buildings, The t bo-in- k' c ooooooooooooi DR. BEST, DENTIST CITV 1'IIONK ins Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock INSURANCE Will sign your bond. Phone 505 . Richmond, Ky. L, & N, TIME TABLE North Hound, Local 7:00 a. m 10:55 p. m. Knoxvillo 1:07 p. m. 3:52 a. m. BEREA 7:45 n. m. G:!l0 p. m. Cincinnati "makTng good" South Bound, Local C:!I0 a. m. 8:15 p. m. Cincinnati The Citizen is in receipt of an in12::U p. m. 12:33 a. m. teresting letter from Jesse HEREA J. Rogers, 5:50 a. m. a student in Heron during the years 7:00 p. m. Knoxvillc Express Train lOOo-Oin which Mr. Rogers sends No. 33 will stop to -take on passen- - ........ It. ...? I.. l.: f I It IIU3 III nil; r .1 ... It Km-"'- ' . 1 lui gers lor nnoNMue am. w,w Mr CJW nm, tRl ,own n employed for sometime by SOo'! . . ilIul X- - Hallway Co.. has now the J?nH . rt 11,!.. accepted a position with the Pacific to take. Kni No. 32 will stop he O., and on passengers for Cincinnati, pIeilMnty ,ocatC( .. points beyond. M wm Repairs on Hewn Streets tire nindc in a very tlioro mnnner th.it is crelitnl)le to all concerned. The street beyond the tunnel is being thoroly rebuilt, nnd should stand for many years. Miss I.ucy Roberts, with her friend Miss Heach, left on Saturday for Wisconsin after a sojourn of some weeks with Dr. and Mrs. Holierts. The young ladies are to do graduate work in the University of Wisconsin the coming yar. Miss Holierts has an nssistantship in Latin in that institution. ran nnd Miitor .Millinery open- ing, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 'Jti and 27. You are cordially invited to attend. Mrs. Jennie 11. Fish, Cor. Main and Center Sts.. Heron, Ky.(ad) IMO. ( Breakfast. Horns. n) 8:25, Second Lesion Period Hell. 7:l!0, t Warning !, tolling s ix ) V:'2o, Chapel Worship. tolling til) (Wattling t U: Ollice hour for Deans, Warning S tf, loltitiR MunMN'd Sn nv iw.it nine 7 ij tollhix ; dining rooms at thc Hoarding Hull nro. now very attractive, and there are still more pictures to bo hung as time permits. Mr. Arthur Frost, Superintendent Edwards' assistant, will occupy the cast side of Rogers House. Dean McAllister will occupy the Rogers House Annex. Mrs. Knight failed to find recuperation In her visit North this summer ami IsMHlite ill so as to bo unnble to attend the Convocation nt opening of In thc State and Out of thcStntc l, Troax., ete. H: 1 tumid l:ir, 10: lo, Lesson Periods. Clou) of Study Hours. 1 !:"", Lunch. (Warning it jo ("IIimk it.1.0 12:10, Aftkunoos Strnv ILiuns. (Warning t it tutting u i) 1:10, 2: 10, II: 10, Lesson Periods. 0:10, Dinner. (Wattling .V term. Prof Soulo has just visited Lincoln Institute to look after the sewers nnd other engineering mutters. Miss Douglas and Miss Sholow are Teachers in residoiuo at Putnam You Should Take It Because It is Worth $2 Cnn Get It for $1 tolling s$ 0:!H), Vesper Hour. 7:!10, Xkuit Sti hv Horns. H:H0, Warning for Curfew. 10:00, Curfew, Extinction of F.loetrie Lights. Sunday Program llreakf.ist 7:00, Siiudny School 0:15 il 12:1)0, (Church services 1 1:00 . Noon . meal 5:30, Ves-pe- r Quiet hours Niht Hour Prayer Meetings 0:15 to 7:15, Chapel 7 HO. 2:00-H:H0- !. 1 1 ! .Vn 1 BEREA Cincinnati . orBouni1 4:4o S:o0 .., .w ). nn. p. m. p. m. ) Belter funiiltiro nt Welch's (a-'Mrs. Tarlton Combs returned the first of the week from a two weeks' CALLS ON THE CITIZEN visit with children in Ohio. Mr. Combs llev- - Thomas Forbush of Middle met her in Cincinnati and returned ''or' visited The Citizen office on with her. Miss Pearl Hill left Sunday for nn Tuesday. - He has been holding meet- extended visit with her parents in inKs n'- Valley View, .Madison County. the Baptist church. As a Bethany, W. Va. united alt;i W. J. Hoggs of Hindman. Ky, Mr is visiting at the home of his sister, ailed in the community. Mrs. Holliday. Itcv. Forbush says that the people (aiU del that slove at Welch's. of Jackson County arc reading The Mice I imv Unlliilnv Inff fit f tin ,' p. Kv ., whore Citizun with interest. ...f ..... nnV- fnr ,,, j .... IVlUlllfl ,IU rll.. View the she has a position as a teacher in i third Sunday of October to resume private school. his meetings, when he will organize Mrs. Laura Jones solicits your a church. He expects to be at the millinery trade for the coming season. Sand (lap on Friday, Special prices to students and former ntl "t Mount Pleasant (ad) customers. Chestnut St., Berea. Church at the meeting of the laurel Mr Hay, of Hyden, Ky, made a visRiver Association on the 3rd of next it to Berea recently. month. memQuite a large number of the The Citizen is always glad to rebers of the Union Church and several ceive calls from friends. friends enjoyed a very pleasinvited ant and social evening Thursday on BIS HILL ITEMS the lawn of Dr. and Mrs. Roberts home. The evening was spent in soBig Hill. Sept. 8. Sunday School cial conversation and was brought to a happy close by the serving of ice- at Pilot Knob church at 9:30 every Sunday. Mr. Curt Parks of Kingston cream and cakes. I is Superintendent. We are having a BE SAVIMG OF THE WATER REGISTRATION FIGURES S. S. Ward, of Somerset, spent Mr. good Sunday School but are sorry to Wednesday in town. Wednesdny evening the numLntc give up one of our teachers and ore The supply of water from the Have you seen Welch's new Dry ganist, Miss Verna Parks, who is go- ber of students registering in the springs is growing alarmingly Goods and Gents' Furnishing Departing to enter school. But we are bless-e- d various departments for the Fall deficient, and the drought in other (ad) ment? to get another good teacher in Miss Term was found to be as follows: places warns us to be careful. Mr. John Gabbard who has been Women Men Parks' place, Miss Mary Robinson. Till further notice water will be confined to his bed for several weeks .".0 M College 2" Miss Bernice Robinson of this place cut off except at these hours: is able to be out again. 85 47 38 expects to enter the Normal at Rich- Normal 5:00 to 8:00 a.m. 1!08 Dr. Marcum, of Irvine, came to mond this term. 147 Gl Academy 11 :00 a. m. to 1 p.m. Berea to place his daughter in school. 72 40 32 Vocational S. Mr. Charley Green and little daugh4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. '212 134 Our Fall and Winter Fashion dis- ter from Paris, Ky., who have been Foundation S. 78 It is for the welfare of all Herea 172 05 play of novelities in Ladies' Hats, spending a few days with his grand- Model School 77 that every clfort be made to save Flowers and Feathers is now in pro- mother and friends here, have rewater. BE SURE NO FACUETS 812 Total gress. Mrs. Jennie B. Fish, (ad.) turned home. ARE LEFT OPEN. One may turn Others were waiting to enter when the faucet when there is no water Mr. R. L. Ambrose preached at SilCarrie Tevis Prather was ill for the registration offices were closed. a part of last week and the first of ver Creek last Sunday. and carelessly leave it, then when Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lovet and chilthis. the supply is turned on it will run DEATH OF MRS, STEENROD'S Mr. Charles Preston has about dren spent a few days with Mrs. of itself and much be wasted before father, Mr. James Owens, of this completed the very attractive resiany one notices to turn it otT. FATHER dence that he is building for Mr. W. place. For washing, watering stock, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Stecnrod started for common uses every one should resort Miss Hal lie Owens who has been O. Hays at the end of Estill St. Dayton, Ohio, Saturday last on re- to wells and cisterns. We shall all It's no odds what you want you staying with her sister, Mrs. Lovet, near Rogersville, came home last ceipt of news that Mrs. Stecnrod's sutTer if the fire protection fails, or (ad) ran llnd it at Welch's father, who was in the hospital for the supply of mountain water for week. Mr. It. It. Coyle will soon enter his Mrs. Herman Carrier, who has been operation, was in a dangerous con- - drinking and cooking. new house on Big Hill Pike. It at- quite sick, is now able to be out again, dition. While waiting at the station All lawn watering, and use of wattracts a good deal of attention and a telegram came to Mrs. er for factories, is cut oft. Mr. and ' every way a pleasant peeling Mrs. Carrier gave an apple for the train, will be in and singing to the young foltts Stecnrod announcing his death. The We probably have enough water home. This houe was built by Mr. one night last week. sympathy of her friends is with her. if EVERYBODY will be saving. Will Charles Burdette. Mr. nnd Mrs. Billie Powell spent, The ailment resulting in his death YOU be saving. MLss Annie Martin of Cincinnati one night last week with Mr. Powell's was caused by privations thru which will trim for Mrs. Laura Jones, Mil- sister, Mrs. Jessie Nceley. ho passed at the time of thc flood Th Love of a Woman. liner, this season. Miss Dora Lewis who has been vis- last spring. If I loved a mnii I should love him so Miss Bertha Robinson, who has iting in Lexington, returned home last completely Hint I should never think The chemical expert who told the of ,,ytlilns In which ho hnd not the been visiting in Monticello, returned week. t linnlil hiw nml frontovt uhnri. Mr. and Mrs. Kinnard of Uerea hauaa oalnten assembled In eonren- to Herca this week. ' were in this vicinity a few days ago. tlon that there ia very little pure white bis kind looks In every ray of sunshine, j A fine boy arrived at the homo of lead In these daya reported a melan- - I should hear his loving voice In every ' Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Settle about choly fact, but when he went on to uoto of music. If I were to rend aUOOK ul0110 1 Ml(m"1 wonuer which senlaugh at the idea of painters beln two weeks ago. ''' "1ould ",,l!!h0 ,1,',n ,ost- - " poUoned by white lead he took ao- - cn I myself ticked a , A Rebuff. In which many whoso Judg Jf' altlon , kp mo 0 WMr wou,(, "Do you think your futher would lllu rnent la based on their own obserra- ,, for ,llra ahom vo tnroIK,, ,, me as n Uons would not sustain hlra. It la He woui,i (, ,y very eyes and heart bellevo he would." "Yes. risky for anyone having to do with ana 80ul. Marie Corel!!. "Oh. Joy! I- ""Pupa uud I never agree about any- even Impure whlto load to fall Into carelesi habits and Ignore sanitary . a Visit to "Mont Cmto'i Call." thing, you know." precautions. Steamboat excursion run fnun .Mar- "" "" " "" bellies out to Isle d'lf. where gaping tourists are shown the t'lmloau d'lf and Monte Crlstn's cell with n much able to remain in Berea for a longer of stm) ro. but thc trainj wh,w hcre has cnab,w hjm to undertake and successfully fill im- portant positions. stoves Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, J'""" P?" fll-S- Pin-vill- Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Hall. Mrs. Holdorman has her sister. Miss COLORED NEWS Sinclair as teacher in residence Mr Sarah Hnllnrd spent the day with her at the Dodge I louse. Miss Eylor and Miss Martindalo, Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Geo. the new instructor in Organ and GiHidloe. Piano, are teachers in residence nt Thoio were n good ninny people from this place who attended the asGilbert Cottage. Miss Hoatright has as her fellow sociation Ml New Lilierty church Inst teacher in residence at Prospect Cot- - week. There wits good preaching ea-- h tnge Miss Hock who comes as train- day mill night. ing teacher, and was formerly nt the Mrs. Mary Mitchell spent Sunday head of the work at Friend College, with Mrs. Snllio Billiard of Berea. Mrs. Amanda Yntos who was visWichita, Kansas. The annual receptions in Men's Dor- iting rclntio nnd friends in Berea from last week returned to her home in mitories come next Monday .'1 to f p.m., the ladies of each departRichmond .Saturday. ment ruling nt the men's dormitories. Mrs. Clm r ley Hronnugh nnd famllv The Foundation School Dormitory left Saturday night for Madisonvillp, Committee is Kdwards, Arthur Frost, Ohio, whole she will spend n week May, and Durham; College, Todd; with her father, Mr. Tom Dewitt Normal, Smith; Academy, Peck and and many friend.. Hancock; Vocational, Clark, Hulf Mrs. Hettio Mrllain and Mrs. Monday and Hnird. Christinnn Kennedy sH-n- t Prof. Kigby hns gained lf pounds with Mrs. Lean Williams. while taking his meals at the BoardMr. Karl Walker left last week for ing Hall the latter part of the sum Frankfort where he expects to bo in mer! school fur the next nine months. Mrs. Frost has been apMiiuted ActMiss Mary Easley who has Wen ing Director of Home Science, with- working at Boone Tavern for the out salary or teaching, but as general past six months has come homo for adviser and head of the Department. a rot. Mrs. Whyland has been engaged to Mr. 11. C. Ballard is in Heron visassist Miss Hoatright in the tlrst and iting his mother. Mrs. Frnnky Hal-l- a second grndes of the Model School. rd this week. The pupils now in thcuo grade are so A J l6 ?n Col-leg- Lo-ve- varied and irregular that sjhhmsI HARTS NEWS work is required to get them in shape for work in the new building. Harts, Sept. 8.-rain that fell The new schedule of hours involves hero today oauced smiled on every some changes, but it secures four one's face for it was needed very very great benefits: badly. Mrs. T. J. Lake and her sister, First it makes a two hour daylignt period in which all students are free Mrs. A. C. Hart, are visiting their to do manual lalior; second, it pro mother, Mrs. Peter Barclay at Red vides one or two daylight hours fort'louce. Gertrude and Velva oerv student for outdoor exorcise or' The Mist-ogymnasium; third by shifting the Hrntcher nf Silwr Creek wore quietly hours for different departments it en- entertained at the homo of Jas. Sunday. ables all to have their turn in the Mr. W. H. Ijiko who is in the Porgymnasium; and fourth it makes it certain that there nro some students trait business will lie this week at free from school duties nnd ready for those points: Robinot, (loochland, manual work at all times of day so Cooksburg and Brush Creek. The Misses Ella Ely Ijiko and that our various industries can Daisy Ijiko have just returned from in continuous operation. Mr. Branson, who taught Inst win- Brodhend whore they attended the ter in the grades, was taken to the Teachers Institute. Mr. T. J. Coyle went to Waco to Ho had a tern hospital Saturday. perature of over a hundred degrees ''" watermelons and retried much for several days, but we are glad to success. Mr- - ' 1'"'',r ' Planning to i;o renort he is somewhat better. to Hamilton, O., where he will muVe Miss Alice Dounigan returns to her his homo. work in the College after a year's Mr. O. M. Payne went to Korea, many Berea friends absence. Her Saturday, on business. are glad to see her back. Holt and Owens passed here today onroute for Herea. Mrs. J. E. Hammond visited her BEREA MARKETS father, John W. Lake, Sunday. 10 cents per gal. Mr and Mrs. Jasper Hurnell of HeBeans 15 and 20 cents per lb. rea visited their daughter, Mrs. Butter Eggs 18 cents per dozen. Tom McQueen, Sunday. 10 cents per Mi. Ixivi McClure was at this place, Chickens, fryers Hams 20 cents per lb. Sunday to attend Sunday School. Tom Dougherty made ijuite an 50 to f0 cents per bu. Tomatoes $1.00 per bu. joyablo trip to Valley View to visit Apples 40 to CO cents per bu, his daughter, Mrs. Smith, Thc s n, - We'll Get You Yet ! we arc going; to get YOU for a permanent customer sooner or later, you are going to come to a thorough and final realization that this is di-u- 1 VENTUALLY I The Store to put Your Faith in ! We are going to get you, NOT through advertisements, NOT through cut prices, NOT through anything on earth but QUALITY and VALUES. You can't miss such values as ours forever. Our store is full of good clothing, shoes and furnishing goods of all kinds. Call and see them. 1 The Racket Store "" see CLARKSTON fo.5 MAIN STREET, Near Bank WHEAT DRILLS Improsslveuess us If ho tin il really ov Isti-It Is a wonderful tribute to the renllMU of nuiiuiH. They even show you the place where Monle Crlsto's body struck the water It Is still wet. Moutu Crlsto U lunch more of reality than .Mlnilioou. who actually was Im prisoned there. From "Three Weeks 11 HAYES BEREA, GOTT KENTUCKY '"Ofe Quality Store" lu Franco." t September 1 1 uji.V THE CITIZEN. DAILY tlEI'AUTMKMT COl.t.KOK ami DAY Page Five 1913-1- 4 The Citizen Knife The Citizen is sharp, and it lias a tfoocl bargain for its subscribers who like a sharp knife. Any subscriber" to THE CITIZEN who pays his dollar for first payment or renewal can have a dollar knife e.xtra by paying 25 cents extra. Razor steel, white or black rough horn handle Looks like this. """ PROGRAM, BY DEPARTMENTS. 7J0 Study SJS Hlu.ly 9 15 10:1$ 12:1.1 1:40 MISS MYRTLE'S STORY 4:40 2:40 3:40 i)n 7:30-9.- 30 TuM.lnr Morula? AfAtivvIV "TrTTTrr- !NOUMAI. Thursday y.tUlir Saturday Monday Wr.ln.ly " " .. " Study ' . Lulior Stu.lr " " " " babor Kurrr. " Stu.ly Krre " ' .. "" Study Stu.ly Merc, Kurre. (iym. (lym. Keen. " Sturtjr Dy FLORA DELL. " stu,y t.itr. stu,,r Stuily (lym, Ktrre. Mbor Hretr. Tursday Wnlnrsday Thursday Friday SatunUy Tunday Monday Stuily Stu.ly " " ' " Stu.ly Study " " " .. " Study " Stu.ly Kxrrc 'lym. 'iym. " Study . . " " Stu.ly " " " .. " Study Study I'.irre Stu.ly Study Knerc. VOCATIONAL All and llomaSrlfnivr Second r Hrt Yr Thursday . Friday Salunlay Turiulay Monday Wlnflay ... " " " " " Study " .. Study " " ' Kre. (lym. Study Hym. (lym. Ijdr V.tm. Ktrrc. ljlir ljilr ljlmr Gym. Ijilmr lUir IjiIt Ulmr Study Mre. Stuy Stu.ly Stu.ly talnr ljil.r Kirn. " ' Stuily " Kfre. Study All VOCATIONAL Sfn.l Yrara ll.,m ttcrvi Thurxlay Friday Satunlay Monday Tu.-..l- Wnlnxlay . Study Study " . Study " . Study " . Study Kxrrc. V.xtre. (lym, Labor Oym. Ijilwr Study Kxere. Stu.ly Study (lym. Itftff-atlo- Ere Ulmr Kxerc .. " Study . " IaTmr " MlNir UW " GET ONE TODAY EASTERN KENTUCKY CAVES Cintlnufi1 Irotn page one FOUNDATION SCHOOL 7, 8 . Wednesday Thumlay rrlday Satunlay Monday Tuewlay Study " " " ' ' ..... " "t Ijlir l.alr Study Kerc Ijib.r Lalir Study Study Labor Study Study Study Kxrrc. Kxrrc. Oym. Study Study ;; Kxrrc. Kxerc. (lym. Study Exerc. Kxerc. Ojm Study " Study '(lym. Kxerc. (lym. Kxerc. Study Study Ijibor Study Study Hrtn. " Study Ueore. ; Itetrratlon Study (,'m' ,. Itecre. KltlNDATION SCHOOL 4. ThurMlay Wnlmxlay Labor " " " LW " " " Study " Study " Study " . Study " Kxerc. Study " ., " Study " Itecreatlon HOME TOWN 5E Nrchanti 1 tic Iiiinv HELPS ONLY WILL USE NEWSPAPERS of Kansji Coming to Con. clutlon that Local Paper li Only Place to Advertlte. merchants of Manhattan. Kun., I.tIiI.i id (urn down nil takci advertising schemes, nml will inuki) ill llii'lr nniiniiucetiif nt lOCill MI through tti'i peril. The HtruiiKfr who goes to .Manhattan to Inane a llvery-stabldirectory will receive no encourngt-mi'l- it. Tlio man who offers to jinlnt advertising on trees or h.irli ulrn III Im fence :it no much a letter throw Ihroimli tin transom Thi merchants of Abilene hnvt followed Hiiit, iitul will hereafter spend no more nione) 10 have their Hitmen It'iliitHl on the (own cows or on toy balloons or on Moodchucks. Tile uioteiueut U spreading and tint iIhv I at hand when nil Kansas titer. rlmntK will adopt the wife and ustu.i I1I1111 and do their advertising in tho 11 It Is th only way to rearh and Interest the people who huy thlngM Tim people rend their home newspapers, hut they don't rend telephone poles, or cowh or harlieil wire fences You neer jet paw a man neateil hy hit tllehldo rending a hoard fence or tlm xlde of a bam to IiIm children lliwqiperi( STOP AND THINK A MINUTE After Reading This You Will Agrts That Your Home Merchant Deserves Your Patronage. When )our church Rivet an who buys n ticket from you? Your Home Merchnnt. our union gives a danca When who bujh n ticket of you? Your Home Merchant When )ou ralmi a Hiibcrlptlnn for n Hick or needy brother who heads etilnr-t.itnnie- the list? Your Homo Merchant. When nurself or kiiiiih ono of jour family Is sick and your pay day en velopn won't reach around who gives you credit? Your Home Merchant. Dlil you ask the mnll order mnn to help jour church, buy a ticket for your dance. subscrlbo for your sick brothcr'H benefit or glvn jou cr.edlt until next pay day Of course you didn't. Just think of that the next time you net a mall order house circular and Imagine you nee a bargain. Thinking of It may do ou t;ood. Where to Look. What Christ la, constitutes tho safety, life. poer, and Joy of every believer Wo cannot too or too completely bold to this i pie truth. The child rests In complete helpless and completely trusting dependenco upon the parent. Hut more completely still does Christ's own being constitute all our life and strength and hope and safety and happiness. Therefore. If we yield wholly to him, we may always find all our In him. To "remember assurance. Jesus Christ" In this way Is all that Is needed for our dally guidance, and strength, and peace, and accomplishment. Tho Psalmist knew Ood In way when he sang, "Ho glad In Jehovah." "llejolce In Jehovah." "I will bless Jehovah at all times, " "Let all thoso that seek thoo rcjolco and be glad In thee." "Jehovah bo magnified." "God Is our refuge and strength." Ah we thus face Ood In Christ and fix our wholo heart and soul and spirit upon what ho Ib, then) Is no room left for fear or unsettling thoughts about ourselves, or for anxiety In uny direction. When wo let Christ become the real focua of our trusting gazo, wa aro safe, and we aro satisfied. con-mntl- y the-aam- Life Abundant. Easter means life, now life, llfo abundant, not some tlmo In tho future, hut hero and now It means tho conquest and growth over decay, of beauty and fertility over barren bleakness, of life over death. Tho present hopo of which the burtrtlug buds of spring-tlmIs a symbol, brings Immortality close, and makes today, with Its llltlo round of duties u part of tho oturnal. It connectH llfo hero and now with tho glorious perfected llfo beyond, making each a port of God's supremo gift. o the cave begins with n ureal room forty feet in size and from this room a great rough rudely decked passage leads down and down into the heart of the mountain. To right anil left smaller passage lead off into the silent darkness anil now unit from some yawning black hole comes the murmur of water dashing along far below and stones thrown in give back a hollow roar as they go hounding down echoing dungeons till they come to rest in some subterranean pocket far from the prying eyes of mot tal man. Here and there stelac-tite- s hang from the walls and ceiling ami stalagmites lift their blunted forms fioni the rugged floor. t the far end of one long passage near the moulding remains of a leech whi-must have been old before the war, we came upon ti line deposit of pipe clay and several members of tne party paused long enough to secure enough of this guiltless element to carve out Miuvenirs of our visit, forty minutes served to explore this cave and after taking .several kodak pictures at the mouth we scrambled along the side of the mountain to water cave, from whose cold recesses a sparkling jtrcam comes gurglinp-ou-t into the sunshine. From this water cave we climbed up the face of a nearly perpendicular rock that leads to Sampson cave. Tne only possible way of reaching this cave is by means of poles and by clinging like Hies to narrow ledges and niches in the weatherworn stone where the slip of an inch would mean a fall of forty feet or more to the boulders below. We made the ascent one by one until we stood upon the narrow shelf from which the cave is entered, and such an entrance! First a narrow hole, scarcely fifteen inches in diameter, then the passage enlarges a little only to become so small that one has to work himself forward inch by inch. It was an amusing sight indeed to those of us who finally reached a breathing space to see one after another of our companions come wriggling like ground hogs out of that narrow hole in the pale light of our lanterns and the old cave echoed to many a peal of hearty laughter as streaked with mud, s and pulling they came slowly into view. At last all were inside and for an hour we clambered over rock masses, crept along the .slippery edges of crevices, explored winding passages, crawled into dark holes, slid down precipitous slopes and flashed our lights into great echoing chambers whose downward ceilings gave back our footsteps like the echoing arches of some dimly lighted cathedral. It was in this cave some years ago that one member of a party got lost. The others thought he had gone ahead of them but going home and not finding him they refilled their lanterns and secured several spools of white line thread and went back in seurch of the missing explorer. Fastening one end of their thread outside the cave they went from passage to passage until they found the place where their friend scratched a rock with his boot heel, in siding down into u dnrk passage. No one had ever been down there before and they did not know what to expect, hut leaving one of their number to guard the entrance they slid down and found another passage that turned back under the main channel of tho So down this passage they cave. hurried, slipping und stumbling over loose stones and wading in icy water until they found him huddled upon a ledge of rock which he had munaged to warm up slightly with a poor fire of doty wood that soon went out. lie had been there all night when they found him mid his feeling through those long silent hours can bu imagined better than described for he knew that with his lantern emptj and only a few broken mutches his fate was sealed unless some one should come and find him. The welcome he gave his rescuers was but little less enthusiastic than the one they offered hat-les- f. fi Friday Satunlay M ' .. ' 1 Study 1 '"Yes, I have had one strangs experience," Miss Myrtle smiled remlnlt-centlas the girls pleaded for a story. "Myra, a school chum of mine, wroto for mo to visit her at her hotel home In tha west, and tired with my social duties, I accrpted. On tho Journey I pictured her In the ordinary country town hotel; antlquo accommodations, fat, proprietor, cold baths from a water pltchor, and sundry other unpleasant features. "Imagine my nmazemont on my arrival, after Myra's cordial reception, at being received In an exchange almost luxurious In appointment,' supplemented by the most sleeping apartments, prlrato baths, push buttons and all modern conveniI retired early tho first night ences. In order to secure a long rest, and be prepared for the pleasure of tbo next day. I drew a long sigh of comfort as I nestled down between tho cool, clean sheets and prepared for a night of sound sleep. I think I had Just lost y, bald-heade- Staniiahii I'RiMiKAM 'ttb. Stu.ly boura 110 tu6) sleep, 8 boura lenom and stu.ly, 2 hour labor. to 3 bourn exerche. to.1 hours other rccreati.m consciousness when I awoke with tho mountain we bade farewell to o'.ir those heartbroken children when they companions and were soon back nt came there and saw that their school house nml school book; were burned camp. With best wishes to you all, I h?g to nMics! It was a pitiful sight to look into the sad faces of that mother to remain yours most truly. 'and daughter! The mother's grief C. S. Knight. bordered of hysteria. It was n wrath provoking sight to look into the angry widow" mcquary face of that irate son! ContiniM-.from lira! rage Wo tarried at our boarding place In a few feet from its mouth the until Mrs. McQuary got word that cave opened into a great room, fif'y '"THEY" would burn her out if she to a hundred feet high und of equal did not dismiss her Candee boarders. width and two or three hundred feet Dismiss her Candee boarders! Not long. There is n succession of rooms, on her life, was hey sentiment! She dimishing in size as you go further would have sacrificed her all before in. she would ever hint to us a wish thct Hut how gorgeously these rooms wo would leave. I called on William are adorned with innumerable clean, and told him that was my conviction white stalactites, hanging, of her attitude and wanted him to almost down from the ceiling above, glisten- tell me frankly if she would not be ing in the light of the torches li!:e picascd to have us leave on our own These are of nil motion, lie replied that my convic- so many icicles. lengths. Several of them, are six feet tion uf his mother's attitude was t; long with cortespnnding stalagmites but he thought she would be below; some of these in very curious pleased to have us leave on our own and interesting forms. account, and on our own initiative. The only signs of life we saw We yielded to her wish. I have told were large white crickets and bats. this many times and have always The bats hung down from the ceiling characterized Mrs. McQuary as the like I'rinccss Heroine of I'ulaski County. in great clusters or bunches honey bees when they are out on a My next will be back to Ilerea on swarming occasion. the way to Jackson County. Our torches consisted of tallow candles wrapped with several thickUNITED STATES NEWS nesses of dampened cotton cloth. Continued from I'lrtt rsft were convenient to carry and These :ird and 1th were set apart as Good gave an excellent light. Roads daj's for the entire State. (), what a beautiful world to HUM PER WHEAT CROP in if the people, all, were ns beautimil Seven hundred and fiftj'-fou- r ful to each other as mother nature is to them! Never mind, the good lion bushels of wheat is the estimate time is coming! Jesus taught us to of the Agricultural Department of pray for it and He is on the Throne the greatest wheat crop this country It exceeds the now hearing anil helping us to ans- has ever produced. wer our own prayers. Much ground record crop of 1901 by 0,000,000 years bushels. had been gained since fifty-liv- e The hot weather and drouth have ago! Listen! Fifty-fiv- e years ago chattel slavery worked havoc with the corn crop. reigned in Pulaski Count)-- , and though The indications Sept. 1st were for a the McQuary neighborhood was large- yield of 2,23 1,000,000 bushels. The community the potato crop is estimated at 325,000,-00ly n bushels, a reduction of 14,000,000 fact of its entertaining u free school y from previous estimate. and preaching by an MORE TRAIN WRECKS preacher from the North was unPennsylvania Flyer was thrown bearable to the slaveholding clement. from the track nt New Madison, O., We were boarding at widow out of seventy-thre- e She soon began to hear ru- injuring thirty-fiv- e passengers and killing three of mors of dissatisfaction, and finally came a report that "THEY" were the crew. Too high speed around the going to have a Candee pulling at her curve. A Missouri Pacific train turned house. The school still went on apparently undisturbed, indicating that over four miles east of Uoonevillc, the parents of the children were not Mo. The engine went thru a bridge. in the Candee pulling enterprise. Physicians and a wrecking crew have Humors had quieted down until one gone to their relief. dark night in early evening the WORLD NEWS McQuary quiet home was startled by u volley of guns fired in the front Coutiuued fram Firat Page yard near the door. The scamps diers who were captured after a who fired the guns immediately lied severe fight, were executed according down the road und gathered in tho to a report made to consitutionulists old ladies' barn yard where she had headquarters. a young spirited horse running large. I went out the back door and WATER FAMINE sauntered down inside the yard fence Owing lo groat scarcity of water to n place opposite the barn yard and listened. Directly another vol- we shall ho compelled to turn ofT ley of guns was fired. I could hear water from D:.'I0 p.m. until 5 a.m. No lawii3 must be sprinkled for the horse tearing around the yard in great fright. I had noticed that the three weeks. No water wasted by any of our guns were fired towurd the sky, and probably without lead. So I called patrons where such waste is conout to the Candee pullers that they tinued, water- will be shut off enbetter not fire their guns in the I tirely. This same penalty will lie applied burn yard; they would scare the old ladies' horse to death. They evidently where others than subscribers aro l cor-i"c- THE NEW MUSIC HALL Wants A Hundred Beginners on the Cabinet Organ. The great interest in organ playing was shown by the splendid work and great applause in connection with the organ music at the Jam Social Tuesday night. It has also been shown by the great increase of organ students in recent years. It is mainly to meet this demand that the Congregational Church property is being made over into n first class music building. The second floor will be ready for occupancy this week and the whole building next week. The rooms are most convenient and it is certain that organ students will make more rapid progress than ever. To make the way open for everybody and celebrate the opening of this new building there has been again a reduction from the very low prices which are usually oflered. A student can take two lessons a week for the Fall Term, have the use of a room and organ an hour each day and the use of the musical library, all for the low price of $1.90 which is half the regular rates at other schools. These low rates will not be given later on. Anybody who ever expects to study music should begin now. sensation that somo ono was In the room. I was not naturally nervous, but tho feeling that now bad mo In ItB grip was ono of distinct fear. When fairly awake I bounded out of bod, snapped on the electric light and made a hurried survey of tho room. With the full return to consciousness I aivaro of a soft sound, llko deep, regular breathing, a strange, eluslvo sound, seeming at ono mlnuto behind me and tho next to como from tho center of tho room. Completely baffled in my efforts to locate It, I began to think I was the victim of somo practical Joke, or elso suffering from an unusual attack of Indigestion. Deciding that tho latter was not probable, I went back to bed, determined to finish my rest; but even with an effort to drown tho sound by burying my head In tbo sheets, I could still hear tho regular movements, sometimes low and soft, and again seemingly labored and right over the bed, as my fevered Imagination clothed It In various Impossible shapes. "I cannot tell how long I lay nervbe-ca- ously wakeful, when I suddenly saw a soft ray of light on tho window frame, and the sweet twitter of a bird on a tree outsldo my window appraised mo ot the approach of dawn, and with other wclcomo Indications of approaching morning I lost tho sound and my fear of It and drifted Into a heavy sleep. "The next day I decided to Bay nothing about my experience, as It might bring rldioule upon mo, and I passed a pleasant day with the decision firmly rooted of banishing tho whole affair from my mind. I retired after a Jolly evening, ready to laugh at my experience of the previous lie HOME AGAIN anti-slaver- it After an almost continuous absence from Ilerea, of one year and nine months, Professor and Mrs. LeVant Dodge have returned to make this their permanent home. This is in accordance with their plan when they went to Tennessee, in 1911. They receive a cordial welcome on every hand. Professor Dodge was actively a member of the College faculty for thirty-tw- o years, and for the past seven years has been published as Professor Emeritus of Greek and Political SciDuring his absence he has ence. preached considerably and has been actively identified with different public interests at Unicoi, Tenn. He is still the responsible custodian of a school property there on which is a building orginnlly costing twenty thousand dollars. Prof, and Mrs. Dodge have a commodious house in building on Jackson Street, which is expected to be ready for occupancy in November. The arrangement of rooms is substantially their own; but the fine architectural drawings were made by our C. B. Lindsley. The plan is much admired and the view of Bcrea's hills and valleys is the most charming. For the present Prof, and Mrs. Dodge are ii the house lately owned by Professor night. "Whether tho subject refused to bo dismissed and my mind dwelt unconsciously upon It In my slumbers, I do not know, but about midnight I found myself onco more sitting upright In the bed, clutching the bed clothing tightly and listening to the same deep, regular breathing of the night before. "Onco more I brought the electric light into play; once more mado a determined detour of the room, when suddenly was it my imagination, or had the breathing really assumod a different tone? It seemed to be coming In gasps llko tho last labored breath of life It seemed close at my I - thought they were detected scared i being allowed val"r privileges. him. Walking until wo were weary wo made our way buck to the entrance, crawled through the narrow hole, worked our way along tho ledge and slid down tho poles to safety und making our way down the finally voice" to n humiliating surrender. For they came buck to the house and plead guilty of meaning no harm. Hut Squire McQuary soon appeared on the scene with his double barrel gun to square things with bullets and shot if need be. He gnvo those young fellows somo strong ndvice und they sneaked nwuy. Hut a greater surprise awaited tho McQuaries an'd their northern boarders. In a few nights they were awakened to witness the burning down of their school house. Squire McQuary appeared again with gun in hand to square up with the incendiaries if he could identify them. They were not to bo seen. Hut what u pitiful sight tho next morning to witness the weeping of at "my gentle UKUKA COLLEGi:. , I . j ' For Other. The selfish spirit Is utterly at variance with the Bplrlt and the mind of Christ. Every man for somebody else, Is the battle cry oj the Lord's host. "do ye Info all the world and preach my gospel to wrery creature," Is ex-- I presBlvo of the dlvlno Intentions con-- ' corning tho spirit and attltudo ot bis children toward manklml without, ov-- i cry where. Hy tho law of nature and tho law of the gorttrnment of Qod. every man Is debtor to the other man. It la a serious thing to be charged with eternal responsibility for tho other man. Every one either helpa or hinders tho other one. What It In- ono be found a stumbling-blocstead of a llght boaror, a teacher and guide for tbo othur man? back. I made one leap toward the, door the gasping sounded In my ears. With a spasmodic grip I turned the handle and slipped into the wide hall. Myra's room was down the corridor, and I flew toward It, but had gone but a short distance when a hand gripped my shoulder, and I fell In an unconscious heap at Myra's feet. "When I came to I was on her bed and sho was bathing my face with a refreshing lotion. I remember murmuring, 'What was It?' and then I sank, partly from exhaustion, partly from a sweet sense of security. Into a sound sleep, from which I did not awaken until morning." Miss Myrtle ceased speaking, and for a few moments there waa an Intense Btlence. At last the girls aaked In chorus: "Aren't you going to tell us what It was?" "Oh," said Miss Myrtle, and a little mile crinkled the corners of her Cnlfec. mouth, and an amused twinkle shone In her brown eyes. There was another short silence, and then she said: PAINT LICK ITEMS "Have you ever heard ot a water motor?" Sho laughed softly. "I never Lick, Sept. C Mr. Floyd had then, but I decided that even If Paint I had been brought up In a city, Flanery of Kansas, III., visited here there were a few things yet to b Mr. Robert learned." with his father-in-laPeters, last week. Mrs. M. J. sold her property here in Death of Youthful Japanese Emperor. to Mr. Jack Kidd of Lowell, According to a Spanish writer on last Thursday. The drouth continues Japan, the most pathetic suicide rehere. Stock water is scarce. Mr. and corded In the history ot that country Mrs. James Guinn attended church at took place over eight centuries ago. "In 1181," writes Senor Gomez Carll-lo- , Scaffold Cane, Sunday; also Mr. John u Emperor "the Guinn and Miss Mary Guinn. M1. saw his troops defeated. The Addie Gentry visited her brother, child disheveled his hair, wept copiHurt Soper nt Lancaster lust week. ously, and Invoked the holy name ot Mrs. Susie Holcomb visited her ne- Uuddha. When he had finished bis phew, Will Renfro, nt Point Uvell, nurse NUdono took him In her arms Thursday und Friday last. Moses to the seashore. 'There ta a lovely Hugens of Ix)vell has rented Dan city beneath the bay,' she said, and Hotkins' store house, recently vacated then the waves covered the emperor by Charles Brown, and will put in n and hut nurse." new stock of goods soon. Meeting Exptnslve. closed Sunday night at the Baptist "How often Is your motor church with nine additions. Mrs. Sue Dinks?" asked Dusenberry. Wallace visited on her wuy to Middles-bor- o "Four times last mouth," said Dinks. with her brother, R. II. Soper "Four tlmos la one month? Geeru-aleand her sister, Mrs. Addie Gentry, alwhat for?" demanded Dusenso with her uncles, Mr. Eli Buker and berry. "Speedlug," said lllnks. "Twlco by Mr. James Baker of this place. Tho Misses Dora and Grace Gentry visited tbo bicycle cops, ouco by a deputy friends und relatives on Red Lick sheriff, and onco by a plain, common garden, vlllago constable." Judge. week. Wal-lacctd Ko-tukoyer-haule- last Pa Six. THE CITIZEN. went mi. coui.i uring something lo he- rprove to Iter I'm nl lit n innii-- lt might do to toll her, Imt I'm n branded tnnn now mid nil old man, nml there's nt hopo for im worked In one of the machine shops down there, nml It took the life out of me. Then, too, I left n tmd name here In the Fork, I know that. Thine Mr cnttlenipn fooled mo Into taking their side of the wor. I staked everything I had on them, nnd then they rnllronded mo out of the county. So. you nee, I'm doiihlo cross-cd- , no mntter where t turn," Kvery word he uttered mndo moro apparent to Cavnnagli that I.eo Vir ginia would derive nothing but pnln nnd dlMienrtenmeiit from n knowledgo that her father lived, "She inuM be spared thin milled burden of shameful Inheritance." he decided. The other innii seemed to understand something of the ranger's Indignant pity, for ho repented: "I wnut you to swear not to let I.eo know I'm nllve, no matter wjiat comes. She must not be saddled with my record. Let her go on thinking well of me. Olive me your word." lie held out nn Insistent palm. Hoss yielded hi hand, nnd In spite of hlmelf hli tenderness for the broken mnn deepened. The sky was dark- enlng In the west, nnd, with n glance upward, he snld, "I reckon we'd better make jour enmp soon or you'll bo Chilled to the bone." They mounted hastily nnd rode nwny. each feeling (hat his relationship to the other had completely changed. Wetherford marveled over the evident culture mid refinement of the ranger. "He's none too good for her, no mntter who he Is," he snld. Edward hi'pti'mbor T follow. On the other hnml. to leave him to die here um.lded seemed Inhu- limn, luiosslhlo "Thero I only one thing to do." he called to Wetherford, "and thnt la for mo to rldo back to the Million mid bring up somo extra bedding nml my own tent nnd so citnip down beside you." "All right, but remember I'vncstnh-Untien quarantine. I'll ernek your hend If you break oer the lino un Inch." Thero was no longer nny feeling of reaching up or rcnchlng down between the two men they were equals Weillerford, altogether ndmlrntile. secmisl to have regained his manhood in he stood In the door of the tent confronting tho ranger. "This Basque nln't much of n Hud: but. in Jon say, he's human, mid we enn't let him He here nml die. I'll Mny with him till joii enn Mud n doctor or till he dies." "I take nh my hat to you." respond-ct'nvnnngh. "Vou nre n mnn." Once back nt his cnhln nfler leaving Wetherford. Cavanagh set himself to cooking some food to take'lmek with, in to the peak. JIo brought In his pack horse nnd burdened him with en nip oiitllt nnd utensil mid extrn clothing, lie lllled his pockets with wh niedlclnes ns he possessed, nnd so nt last. Just ns night wns falling, he started bark over his dllllcult trail. Wetherford met him at the door, no longer the poor u!d tramp, but n priest, ono who has devoted himself to Christ's service. "How Is he?" nsked the ranger. "Delirious." replied the herder "I've had to hold him to his bed. I'm glnd you've come. It's lonesome up here Don't come too near. Set your tent down there by the trees. I can't have you Infected. Keep clear of me unit 111 Cavanagh: Forest Ranger BY HAMLIN GARLAND ' ir I ,11,1. 1. I ....!, ... ......1.1 .,.T..,ltf 1 stored to IMTIMIIInl II lO l tho inibll ' "' was uoj. as r"' cln iii mI. Imt It was certain rnnehr llent minimcr pasture, nnd tho mutt iitllenien had lenped 1 " I nl ",ICU " posse. It Sheep were beaten to death with clubs by Hundred, herders wero Hustled out nhot.t their of the park with necks nnd their outfits destroyed, nnd nil this within n few miles of the forest boundary, whore one small sentinel kept effective wntch nnd wnrd, Cnvmiagh hnd never been over this trail but once, nml he was trying to locnte the cliff from which n Hock of sheep had been hurled by cntlleinen some years before when he perceived n thin column of smoke rising from n rocky hillside. With hnbllllal iis to lire, ho raised his glass to his eyes nml studied the spot. It was evidently n cnmpllro null smoldering dangerously, mid, turning his rc wnteh-fulncs- s ' 11 dramatic story of the day. Known as the Great Conservation Novel. There is a thrill in every line. Gifford Pinchott, after reading the story, wrote a log letter to Mr. Garland declaring he had never been so thrilled as when reading of Cavanagh's fights in the " pHE most -- V7 ' rt..ofE ami uunnrii. leaving timber line Car- anagh nnd Wetherford entered upon n wide nnd sterile slope high on the rocky breast of the great peak whoso splintered crest lorded the ranee. Snow fields lay nil about, and a few feet higher up tho ennyons were tilled with Ice. It wns n savage nnd tempest swept spot In which to pitch n tent, but there nmong tho rocks shivered the minute ennvns homo of the shepherd, nnd close beside It, gunrded by n lono dog nnd lying like" n thick spread Hock of rimy bowlders (almost unnntlcenble In their silent immobility) huddled the sheep. "There's your house," shouted Boss to Wetherford. The older man, with white face of uuoui nun, unaoie 10 chaithh xiv. rf.X U": West who le Virginia Wetherford. ?Lear'has been for r,urn3 IS An,?S,!er.'L!cho.'?1 We Have Never Given Our Readers a Better Story rather not go into It." "John Barleycorn was Involved, I mother, a coarse. masculine woman. Is running a ihabbj? rWkon." oure llling. lies generally Ulnars vuuruuiK nouse, wnere niKjr is (old without license. Cav.ana!!?- Lee bYco 3XINUr'3i:. some of them decent folks-- so I'd .If".. TS". anagh and other. Lize Wetherford. Le's mother, becomes t,r f ,hJ ,Tnlr jiciuiem vonipumcni ncr. Gregg, a ranchman, threatens Cavanagh. Is disgusted with her surroundings. Lire ceases her elicit whisky selling. Mri Redneld Invites to visit Elk Lodge. Iledtleld tells Lee about Cavanagh's In. terestlng career and explains the worlc and troubles of Ih. acvJca. TeeTs 3cngJitea with me cunuro shown at Elk Lodge. Cavanach rides sixty miles fot In- - in tt "Vnu'd better take mv Hnrn. tea ahead. Go I'm n younger man than you ,Jl 'e.,..cil.arAc; I-- Ie ru The other made a decent show of re- sisiunce, out unauy accepted the offer, saying: "Vou certainly are whlto to ,ne' 1 want t0 npologlzo for making that attempt to snenk nwny that night I had a powerful good reason for not , ... I,oss "'nllcd n little. "You showed bad Judgment ns it turned out." " dM- - Tlmt K'r' CaD bo0t-was s,ely n doorknob. She filled tho door. Where did she learn to hold a gun like that?" faUlCr taUR,,t heT 80 sue sa'J " "She wouldn't remember me an old cuss like me but I've seen her with Wet"crfo' " hen she was kld.et. I never thought she'd grow up Into such a queen. She's n wonder. I.lze looked . tick 10 me. sue ougut to send her girl away or get out. As you say, tho Fork is no kind of a place for such n girl." Ho spoke with a good deal of feel- Ing, and the ranger studied him with Opening Interest. He had taken on d'cnlty In tho heat of his protest, nnd ln "Is ei'ea blazed something that was "j ma"'y nnd admirable. "You're Just the kind of n figuro to ca,cl1 a Rlrl's T0 sll llkt'3 you. I coul(1 sc0 ,liat. ""t you've got a good Pl"ln of yourself. You're nn edu- - ...i .j.ut. iuuKer. 'Varnagh's'loTforLee'grows. foolish. nedfleld likes Lee. but dislikes her moth- er and thinks Cavanagh's love affair Is Mrs. wb." nd Tdlet CnSr.el?e8h. arrests Greeg's son nnd a stranger named Edwards as iioachers. buT" themselves and help Cavanash. They arive away the rouglis. and Cav- Ma n.i.nn. - . Anairn riAllvAr t...i. "Vri-i- MSvrt he0prr."oncr,rk UzV'lT II ciev for towards, whose fine has been paid, loins CuvansKh at his cabin. He tells Cavanagh he Is Ed Wetherford, Lee's fathori Lee. thinks ho Is dead. "Cnvatiagh himself was very tired and went to bed soon nfter to sleep dreamlessly till daylight. Ho sprang from his bed and after a plunge ln the stream set about breakfast, while Ed- wards rose from his bunk groaning and slghlug and went forth to wran- glo the horses, rubbing his hands aud . .. . I t l.t nuiii-rinus no met me Keen cute of. gnttt,1 10 marry juu iuil-uthe mountain wind. When ho returned neri" "Soc "cre- JIr- Sheep Herder, you breakfast was ready, and again ho ex- better rldo on up to your camp." And pressed his gratitude. "Haven't you auy slicker?" asked I!oss turned to mount Ills horse. "Walt a minute." called tho other Cavanagh. "It looks like rain." "No; I'm run down pretty low," he man nnu "'s voo surprised the ran- replied. "Tho truth is, Mr. Itanger, 1 Cer wllu a nto of authority. "I was blew in all my wagon at roulette last teTJ"ly taken with that girl, nnd I 'owo you a whole lot. but I've got to week." Itoss brought out a canvas coat, well know one thing. I can see you're full worn, but serviceable. "Take this 01 "cr nm Jealous as a bear of any slong with you. It's likely to storm other suitor. Now, I want to know before we reach the sheep camp. And whether you Intend to marry her or you don't look very strong. You must whether you'ro Just playing with her." Hoss was angry now. "What I Intake cure of yourself." Kdwards was visibly moved by this tend to do Is none of your business." The other man wus suddenly ublazo kindness. "Sure you can spare It?" "Certain sure: I've nnother," re with passion. Ills form had lost Us stoop. His voice was firm. "I merely turned the ranger curtly. It was hardly more than sunrise as want to say that If you fool that girl they mounted their ponies mid started 1'" kl" you!" ,oss stared at him, qulto convinced on their trail, which led sharply up- ward after they left the canyon. Tho tnat uo uau" K"u entirely mad. "That's mighty chivalrous of yu. Mr. Kheep wind was strotig and stinging cold. Taking pity on IM words, who was "e replied cuttingly, "but I'm shivering, Cavanagh turned oft he nt a 1083 t0 uudewtand this sudden Into a sheltered nook behind some dBatlon on your part" "You uecdu't be. I'm her father!" pine trees. "How do you happen to be reduced ' Cavanagh fairly reeled before this to heritini? sheon?" ho ..v.., retort. Ills heud rung as If ho had been struck with u club. He per- took like a man who has seen better celved tho truth of the man's words days." lnstuntlv. lit. fiiHrnxl "fltuwl fln.l Edwards, chafing his thin lingers to man. are you Kd Wetherfonl?" """" reiueium answer, iue atibwer was quicK, "i nam who ' "If- - a long story, Mr. Hanger, and It I ami" Then his voice changed. "But concerns a wholo.Iot of other peopl- e- IJton't wmhejyomen to.ki.or,,, , ... .... ". - - "Hello, there!' shouted Itoss. won- dcrlng nt the nbsence of human life about the enmp. "Hello, the house!" Hecelvlng no nnswer to his hall, he turned to Wetherford, "Looks ns if aHve. 1 didn't Intend to let anybody Amhro has pullet out nnd left the colknow it. All the same, I mean It. If lie to tend the Hook. He's been kind of you or nny man tries to nbuse her I'll seedy for some days." Dismounting, he approached the tent kUl him! I've loaded her up with "u"ie, us juu su, uui i in koiuk iu Tho collie, who knew him. seemed to dn what l enn tn nmtort tier m.w ihnt understand his errand, for ho leaped upon him ns If to kiss his cheek. Itosg I'm In the county again." Hoss. confused by this new compll- - P"t him down gently. "You're almost cation In the life of the girl he was be- - t0 Ra1 to Rt' ln?. M fellow. 1 won- dor how lone vou'vo lieen left hora nr,inn .n .mui n. i,i Ion In dismay. Was It not enough that aIone " Thereupon ho opened the tied flap. Virginia a moiner suouiti oe a siauern nd a termagant? At last he spoke, but startiM back with Instant ereep- "ere have you been nil theso tlon of something 1 wrong, for there, on hts nlln nt nnllta 1.. . years''" the "In ., Texas 'pen. I served nine Basque hertler. with flushed face nnd ., rolling eyes, crazetl with fever nnd en- 'ere. tlrely helpless. "You'd better not come "What for?" "Shooting n man. It was a case of In here, Wetherford." Has warned. "Joe here, horribly sick, and ,C,f l"S mn, afraid Is It's something contagious. I'm money T'tInfluence than 1 did, so It went down the road. As soon ns I got may be smallpox." Wetherford recoiled a step. "Small out I started north-J- ust the way n dK w, V"int ,0WarJ llH'nu' 1 lldn,t pox! What makes you think that?" "Well, these Basques have been ha Intend to come here, but some way I couldn't keep away. I shied around ing It over in their settlement, nnd, it smells llko IL" Ho listened a the outskirts of the Pork, picking up moment. "I'm afraid Joe's ln for IL oJl1 Jol,s of sheep herding Just to have I time to turn things over know He's crazy with it. But he's n humnn . being, nnd we can't let him die here wnai you re ininuing aDout-yo- u're aylns to yourself. 'Well, here's a nice nlone. You rustle somo wood for the " Well, now, I don't stove, mid I II see what I can do for know anything about your people, but him." Wetherford was ola and wasted and the Wetherfnrds nre ns good as iinv- "otly. If I hadn't come out Into this tuin blooded, but he had never been n cursed rouiitry, where even women go coward, and In his heart there still shooting wild. I would have been In burned n small (lame of his youthful congress; but. being hot headed. I reckless, generous daring. Pushing must mlt In I'm not excusing my- - Cavnnngh one side, he said with firm self, you understand. I'm not u deslr- - decision: "Vou keep out of there. I'm able addition to ony man's collection tho one to play nurse. This Is my cf friends, but I can nmnrtso -von this Job." I "Nonsense am younger and no one but yourself shall ever know who I am. At the same time, you can't stronger than you." "Get uway!" n3.1kMP i. . ' riii-r-.- some breakfast for ns he ,,ut It down beside the tent door ho heard the wild nlendlnc of the IIumuh. who wns struggling with his nurse doubtless in the belief that he wns being t.rpt n prisoner. Only a few words like "go home" nnd "sheep" wero Intelligible to either the nurse or tho rauer. Cnvatingh waited till n sllenco cnine, then called softlv "Here's v.o.r iir..i.--. fast. Wetherford." "Mors. uay. retorted the man within "Keep your distance." Itoss wnlL.1 nwnv n llul.. .n. nn Wetherford came to the door. "rii0 digo Is sure blck. There's no two nlioiit that. How far Is It ,no nearest tloctor?" "I COUld Teach tllll) liv fiTinnn frritn tbu Kottl0 ncli. ulsmt twenty miles D'I0W "ere. "ir tie tlon t get better today reck on we'll have to hate n doctor." He looked so white and old that Cava- to Kl.m, ,, nvxt UUK this camp" "I've got some food mid somo extra hi: 'i:iukivlii a numinn hand! clothing for joii." horde's head. he rode toward It to 'Tut 'em down here, nnd In the stamp it out It was not uMin his morning drive these sheep iiway. That patrol, but that did not matter. Ills noise disturbs the dago, nnd I don't duty was clear like It myself: they sound lonesome As he drew near he began to per nnd helpless. That dog took 'em away ceive signs of a broken camp. Tho for awhile. Imt brought 'em back ground wits littered with utensils, it ngnln. I'oor devil, he don't know what wns not an ordinary cnmptlre, mid tho rnnger's heart quickened. to think of It nil." "Another sheep herder has been driven out nnd Ito did as Wetherford commanded him to do and withdrew a little way "'H ,,'"t nl"1 provisions burned!" ho the sl.qe nnd without putting clnl""',l rathfully. llop"' snorted and shied ns he up his tent rolled himself In hU bliiu- rHlc' nearer, nnd then n shudder passed kets iiiul went to sleep. n Tint. ri..,. flru. uilll til .1... .IIIU1... II Hint .I.itv I. Hit' . ,,, , , celved In the edce of the Ninolderini? in.. .,. n '" I"111'' ,,,,.,, .,, e fir, n "'' Wetherford. nnd fll)Cl w)k w' nagh said. Now, I thine I've I know I'vu been vaccliinttsl, mid If you go to bed" If you're saying nil that preliminary to offering to come In here you'ro "You uetsl had the smullHjx. rest .... father-in-law!- I il I .i.,i ' "" One thing could certainly be done. nnd that was to' Inform (Jregg mid Murphy of their herder's Illness. Surely they would coiuc to the rescue of tho collie mid his thick. To reach a telephone Involved either a ride over Into Deer Creek or a return to the Fork, lie was tempted to rldo all tho way to the Fork, for to do no would permit another meeting with Lee. But to do this would require many hours longer, and half n day's delay might prove fatal to the Basque, nnd, besides, each hour of loneliness and toll manner rendered Wetherford Just ho much Soon a pan of wnter wa steaming, more open to tho deadly iittack of the some hot stones wero t the suf- - disease, nnd "i'ii iiiiii rATin:nI" fcrer's feet, nnd when Wet.erford ap- It was hard to leave an old nnd decelve my girl without my telng pcar(.a nt Ul0 Uoor of tll0 tent bls flico broken man In such n drenr and wind namikil In ttia r.UKLsnl ...Ill 4...II ,UD1UuUi iMiniiimiiunv is Wlia most hiiiinv. "Kill n sheen, contested snot, nn.l vet It hurt In lm You uro only u distant and roman Thero Isn't u thing but a heel of bu done; so, fastening his lent securely tic figure to I.ee a part of the dead cou and a little Hour In the place." behind u clump of Junipers, Cavuniigh past," said Cuvunagh. "She rememTwenty miles of most dllllcult trull mounted his horse mid rotlo uwav bers you us a bold rider uud a lay between Ciivunagh's cublu and across the boundary of the forest luto bravo uud chivalrous father." this spot. To carry the sick mini ou Deer Creek basin, which had been the ..,., LiU sii0 his horse would not only be painful to bone of much contention for nearly "lever to ell her " tho sufferer, but dangerous to the res- - four years. It had once been u part of ,)rt,luIt0 vumub said, aud cner, for. If the Ihis.jue weroreully HI the forest, but under pressure the pres-- shouted tho older man. n,m . imiiKT wneiuer i live or Ule. But you've got something to do In tho world. My girl needa you, and sho don't need me, so get out of here nnd stay out. (.'o brlug mo that wood and I'll go iu nnd see vhat'H the matter." Ciivanngh looked lilm lu the face nn Instant. "Very well," wild he, "I'll do ns you say. There's no use of our both taking chances." It was beginning to rnln, nnd the tent wns dark mid desolate but us the flro In tho little stove commenced to snarl ami the stuoko to pour out of tho pipe the small domicile took on cheer. Wetherford knew how to care for tho sick mid In tho shelter of the ennvns wall developed unforeseen vig or nnd decision. It wns n mazing to Cavanagh to witness his change of ....... n nun i . to let you come any nearer than you nre. There Is work for you to do. He Ides, there's my girl. You'ro detailed to look after her " "Would n doctor come?" asked Hoss quite huskily, moved by Wetherford' words. "It's n hard climb. Would they think the dago worth it?" Wethvrfonl's fuie darkened with u look of doubt, "it is a hard trip for a city inuii, but iniiybe he would comu for you-f- or the government." "I doubt it. even if I were to offer my next month's salary uh a fee. These hills uro ery reinoto to tho townsfolk mid one tlngo more or less of no luiHjrtance, but I'll see what I can do." Hoss was really more concerned for 'Wetherfor.l himself than for the Basque. "If tho fever Is something malignant we must have medical aid." ho said and weut slowly back to his own camp to ponder his puzzling wasting your breath. I don't intend ..u tain." it wns long nfter noon before ho enme to the end of the telephone Hue In a little More mid postolllce nt the upper falls of Peer creek. The telephone had n Usith fortunately, and he soon had Ibsllleld's ear, but his voice was so strained and iinnnlural that his thief did not recognize It, "Is that you. Hoss? What's the mat- tcr? y our voice sounds hoarse." horse, peering down Into thoso ashes It became evident to tils ''",t two sheep herders """ unt' on the cattleman's '''N ncrltli-ttnltnr of hate nnd gretsl. A" nlxiut on the sod the story wns written nil tixi plain. Two men, poss'l,'y thr,vl,,''n miinlered. cut to . P'eci-- t nml bnrntsl not many hours be. for'''1'here slots! the blwuly spade with which the Uxlles had been mid there Iny nn empty can whose oil hiH been Hureil Usn the mingled enmp utensils, tent nnd wngon of the herder in the ntlempt to incinerate the hacked and dlsmcmlM-rclimbs of the letlms. The lawlessness of the range hnd culminated. The rtrocl,f '';' nenler had gone lieyond savnge Here In the sweet niltumii nlr the reek of the cattleman's venge ance rose like some hideous vnpor, poisonous and obscene. The ranger sickened ns the bloody tale unfolded Itself before him. Then n tierce hate of such wnrfare llntuetl ln his heart. Could this enormity be ""nul l"! under any other civilized any other Rownmont 1,,K?, W '"'""Idy. so childishly. Its stnte nnd federal authority ns to per in It MH'll tlllllKlllstll? Iu Ills horror, his sense of revolt, ho cursed the state of which he wns n citizen. He would hnve resigned his commission nt the moment, so intense wns his resentment of the supine, enre-lesJovial, slattern government under Which he wiim serving. "By the Lord." he brenthtsl. with solemn Intensity. this does not shame the people of this state UiUiM revolt. If these (lends nre not bound cd mid hung. I will myself harry them I cmiuottlle nnd do my duty here un less this crime Is iivenged by law." Chilled, shaking mid numb, he set spurs to his horse and rode furiously down the trull tuwnrd the nearest town, so eager to spread the alarm that he could scarcely breathe a deep breath. On the sleep Blopctt he was forced to walk, mid his horse led so badly that his ngony of Impatience was deepened He bait u vision of the murderers riding fust Into fur coun tries. Kncli hour made their nntiro- henslon progressively the more dim cult. "Who were they?" ho nsked himself ncaln mid again. "What kind of mat! did this thing? W'ns the leader n man llko Ballard? Kven so, be wus hired By whom? By inuchers covetous of tho range; that wns absolutely cer- handl In the smoke of that fire was the reek of human flesh Kor n long time the runger sat on his until nt Inst embers a Ihhii heel nnd then i rAnrrnf 'f - - "f I AKry fto Miin-Mad- iib roNTi.Nur.n. ain. Dear Little Man. y v.. brick through our win- M- u- Would you bring ,llu 1110 l,r.'ckV We'ru keeping nil llttlo ,"l'"1'"'1" f Ids joiithful pranks. Nw York 0,oljo- u '"" J"ht l'ir,,' Cosmo's your little Cos- - Scptcii, r THE CITIZEN PiIrc Seven (MENS IT; CARING FOR To SggKTlt6ttEN INTENSIVE FARMING Conductfd by FRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M. S., Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. New Ideas for Handy Boys I By A. NEELY HALL Author of Tliailicrifl for Iliod; Bojs." T CnfuoMa." etc. Tie Boy I Smaller Corn Stocks But More of Them ' HENS nr sighing for a lofty work. I' Rr ni nmliltlonn ilomlimtc your mlml. t nt li jimrsrlf ami see you ilu nut ' irk Ti ommiin little ways of Iflng kind, 0tr MOULTING FOOD EN CASSEROLE. Hurry Fowls Along They Mutt Be Fed Liberally Feed Thm Mjih and Plenty of Grain. Of course, alt cooking In casserolo Ih done In tho oven. If onu uses gas, It may seem nil expensive method of Rome people make n dreadful fuss about tint poor moulting lien, while ibis moulting process Is just na nam-rn- l an It la for n lien to llvo and breathe nml no tuoro critical ttiati tint l.ty tiiR Btunt, provided n hens nro fid enough to keep up tin) waste of, tint body anil at tlm mittm time matin- f.irturo tlm lii'W feathers, says tho I'ii IiI and Farm. Tlio sooner tlio fetithr aro grown tln sooner tlm egg M ci i rim nml to liurry them nlimg as rA as posslblii tlm folH should bo W liberally, dir.. them all tlm mush till')' Mill oat and a good feed, lug of grain at night. To iiiiiny folks it IonkH llkn throw-luaway money to practice heavy wlillo no eggs aro tinning In, tmt till Ih our of tliu with of winter i'Ukm Tin- moulting sen--oIs tin mint critical period In the life of a lieu, !rowth of new fixithors m a heavy strain on vitality. As tlm lien Is fed on tlie average ranch it rjsiulros from two to four months to recover from the effects of It. Hy giving tlio necessary materials with which tomako tlio feathers bo that a lien will not linvo to tako them from the tissues of her body, Kho will be ready for vuirkassoon na she htm her new plumage anil often beforo. I'ulli'tH should be handled In tlio uniiin way. They nro not yet fully developed in id Mill not begin to lay until the amount of food they consumo Is enough to support growth with a surplus to go Into something elso. 1 i g get-lin- ' SECURE PROFIT FROM DUCKS Cggt Can Oc Sold at High Prices and There Is Always Good Demand for Their Feathers. A nice flock of ducks lncrinses tho profits on the farm every )ear. The eggs can ho Hold In the spring at good prices, for setting, and then) Is always a good sale for feathers). They nro much less trouble, thnn rhlrkens or turkeys because they sel-- , ilom die from any kind of disease Iucks will always take rant of after they have been hatched a As soon uh tho ducks tdiort time. MACHINE FOR TESTING EGGS are large enough to ent, sprinkle Shallow thick rurd In their boxes Hat Intervessels should bo used for watering Electric "Daylight" Tester Age esting Automatic Feature A good plan Is to fill a lint pan May Be Determined. thorn-elves looking, but when ono realizes how iniirh ran bo done with tho oven, tho work may bo planned to save every bit of brat. There are on the market small oveiiH which can he used on tlm little simmer burner at a very slight expense. Tho oven will have Its price, In a few weeks' gas bill. There are small Htone dished which niav be used to serve hot bltH of any vegetable Jr meat and make most appetizing (I in lies. For example. If one h.is a tablespoonful or two of mushrooms or fish of any kind, i hey may he put Into a small ramekin, white sauce added, and covered with crumbs and browned when needed. Kor a family of five, one may have something different in each dish, and taih member of the family may be xulted as to choice, provided they dont all want the name thing. Tongue which has been corned, If (oiiked for several hours, with seasonings, a teaxpoonful of Worcestershire sauce, a few drops of tabasco, half a cup of seeded ralslus ami a pint of beef stock, will bo delicious and tender The tongue may be removed to n platter and the sauce poured around It. Steak may bo browned and cooked with onions, tomato or mushrooms, giWng a variety In serving It. We are prom- to tire of certain ways of serving dishes, though wo think It Is the fond itself of which we are tired. Veal, though one of our expensive meats just now, may be used to add variety to the table, buying one slice from the leg. brown It well and place mi a liiver of carrots, turnip, onion and potato Sprinkle with celury ifiid pour out all tho brow mil gravy, thickened with flour Ilako hlowly until tender. A most delicious casserole dessert ih baked bananas, w hich have a sauce of lemon butter and sugar poured over ''em Serve with a half glass of cur-ni- t Jelly uddded ten minutes before nerving sweet-bresils - Careful test shows that (10 per cent ' of feed value of corn is in the grain while Id per cent of it is in the rest of the plant. That lieiriK the fact it Is a very important part of economy on the farm to get the most possible feed value out of our fodder. When corn Rtnnds uncut till the blades nml stalks arc dry enough to be safe from molding in the large shocks usually made, a large percentage of the nourishment in the blades has been leached out by the rains and dews anil bleached out by the sun nnd wind and so is a dead loss. Proper Time to Cut Corn The proper time to cut corn is when the kernels are well glazed anil the husks partly dry, but before the blades have dried out to any great extent. At this time practically all the nourishment has none into the grain, nml even if it is not all in almost as much more will go into the ear while in small shocks as while standing The main objection to early cutting' is that the corn will spoil in the shock if it turns wet. It is the easiest thing in the world to obviate this hy unking the shocks smaller, say twelve lulls square, ten by twelve or even ten hills square. (In fact I have seen very heavy corn out eight hills square.) Men tell me the shucks will fall down if so small. They will not if you use reasonable care in standing-thcorn around the gallns, or tie hills anil then tie the shocks as they ate rut. Heart Out Your Corn The I test farmers heart out their corn so as to give the interior of the Wonders of Story Telling ly GOOD shock several days to dry out before the shock is finished. This is dona by rutting- the gnllns rows anil two on each side of them if you cut twelve hills square, making- six rows out Jf the twelve leaving three on each side to fill in later, or by cutting- four rows nnd leaving; three on a side if ten hills square, or leaving-- four on each side to fill in if ten by twelve. Of course tho small half shocks should be tied ns they nre cut, hut FIG this is so easily done with n single i stalk of com bent in three or four A VARNISH-CAWATER-MOTOplaces and quickly thrown around and tied. Then when tho shocks nre filled Every boy can own a llttlo water-moto- r out anil retied they stand up much similar to the ono shown In lictcr than large shocks not tied. Fig. 1, because it requires nothing but easily obtained materials. It is ono Saves Much Hard Work of tho simplest and most satisfactory that a boy can Small shocks save so many steps toy or oil with an arm full of heavy corn that make. An empty vamlsh-cacan preferably ono of gallon capait is a saving of several dollars worth cityforms tho Jacket" of tho water-mot- e of labor in a ten acre field of big and nothing better could bo Where the shocks contain 141' desired for this, as tho spout In tho corn. hills or less one can do a little top Is In Just the right place and of head work und always manage to tho right slzo to receive tho water come with an arm full near the shock form a faucet (Klg. 4). The tin can and have only a few steps at most to makes a lightweight compact case, there Is no carry it. Whereas much carrying is and as it Is water-tigh- t possibility of water splashing over absolutely necessary with large on to the floor, which Is a big argushocks. ment In Its favor when seeking permission to use It In tho bath-tub- , Shocking the Fodder , or kitchen sink. It is always easy to shock fodder You can get an empty gallon paint from small shocks, by placing the can from any painter, or at a paint fodder shock right in the center of store, for tho asking. The first step the square formed by four corn In converting It into the motor Jacket bottom, This will shocks. Then jou have but a few Is to removo Its to bo soldered In plaje, and steps to carry the fodder to set it up. bo found Is quickly removed by holding tho Indeed it is just as easy to stand the can over tho flamo of a gas burner fodder back where the corn shock until tho solder melts, when a few stood. blows upon tho edges will cause It to More about the care of fodder next drop off KIgs. 3 and 4 show sections through tho can with the paddle wheel month. In place, and Kig. 5 shows the completed wheel. The diameter of tho Inch less wheel should be about than the inside width of the can. Ia ' j water-motors t wash-basin- FIG tho spout of tho can up to tho level of tho faucet, or you can set the motor In the bottom of the sink and lead a piece of rubber tubing from tho spout to the faucet, ns shown In Kig. 8. Slip the lower end of the rubber tubing over a Bhort pleco of glass, brass or tin tubing, and then stick this short pleco of tubing through a hole In a cork largo enough to fit Uie spout of tho water-moto- r Jacket (Fig. 9). If you ralso the motor so the faucet will sot down Into the spout, you can cut a largo enough hole for the faucet through a cork and then fit this cork In the spout, as shown In Fig, 4. (CoovrUht, IW. tv A. N'ecly JIaIU water-water-- USE LEMON TO CURE CORNS Cheap Remedy That Is Said to Bo Effectual In Removing These Troublesome Ailments. Humanity has suffered with corns ever since shoes that pinch tho feet have been worn, but thero Is no need of even those who will persist In wearing tight shoes having any mora suffering due to this difficulty. The Italian people have less corns than any other. Tho reason for this fact Is simply because they resort to tho most certain corn euro known In the world. When an Italian finds his corn Is appearing ho goes to the lemon for relief. A piece of tho juicy lemon skin is tied on tho too completely SEUMAS MAC MANUS. Novelist CHE MOTHER WHO GATHERS HER CHILDREN FROM STREETS FOR A TWILIGHT, FIRELIGHT STORY HOUR IS DEVELOPING IN THE SOUL OF THOSE YOUNG ONES A BEAUTY AND AN IDEAL AND A LOVE OF THE NOBLER THINGS THAT WILL IN AFTER YEARS HOLD HER CHILDREN HONORABLE MEN AND VIRTUOUS WOMEN, WHEN OTHERS LESS CARED FOR STUMBLE AND FALL. fre-quent- ly Si FIG; 5 .Hit !TtS And story telling was healthful for all ages. Adults should KEXEW THEIR YOUTH in the magic story telling circle. Love of story telling could keep them children long after they Testing eggs outdoors or in n room having ordinary light, where eggs may numbered the years of life counted by the psalmist. bo sorted and crated at the same On the day that wo BURN THE BOOKS AND TAKE TO time Is possible with tho machine STORY TELLING by the blazing pilo tho forgotten joya of the here shown. Tho outfit Is about three feet long, with a roller at each end olden world will gather to warm themselves by the blaze whilo they over which an endless canvas belt About six Inches npart on listen, entranced ns of yore. And they'll not depart again. tuoviiH. this belt are small metal saucers, each of which holds an egg. says tho PopuCentrally located lar Electricity. ubovo tho belt Is an electric lamp, receiving current from a regular lighting circuit, or from 21 dry batteries, and over the lamp Is placed a hood having an opening In tho top. The belt Is run by turning a crank, und tho electric lamp automatically lights when an egg passes over It, revealing the condition of tho egg to Good In Everything. Bst -- 5tmp FIC.3 SECTIONS-FlC. 4 8 ..suseea YU0I1G Con tui in-- s FJG.9.. -- FIG. 6- - FIG.7- o VARNISH-CAWATER-MOTO- ' FI G . 8 "DETAILS Stockwetl's Ghost Story. Tho late Sir Wilfred l.awson. well BtOCkwell was ut one time famous known ns nn English temperance re- for Its ghost, which set nil London In Trio of Colored Rouen Ducks. former as well ns a wit. invariably an uproar in 1772. Making the furninearly full of pebbles and pour In took n cheerful view of life and con- ture dance and the crockery fall was water. They will drink In tho llttlo duct In conversation with him one the ghost's specialty, though by way pools between tint pebbleB nnd bo kept day nn ardent person railed forcibly of variety nn egg once flew across tho from getting too wet. Aftor they aro excited ngalnit the practice of christening ves- room and hit the cat. three to four wreka old water will sels with champagne before being Ixuidou and frightened Stockwell, the not hurt them. launched. Sir Wilfred did not alto- ' ghost retired, leaving behind a Qnn beTho I'eklns, Houens and Indian his lief gether agree nnd said a good temper- - manyIn years supernatural origin, until taJtunners nro tho three most popular later a servnnt admitted unco lesou might lie learned from the ikeeds, tho latter being a perfect egg that long horsehairs attached to the practice. chlne, but small In size. Tho crockery nnd wires to the furniture "How can that be?" demanded the had enabled her to play the ghost so lay well and are excellent tabln other. ducks, making a very desirable marsuccessfully that frightened beholders "Well." replied the baronet, "after never even detected such open feats ket duck. They weigh. Adult drakes, tho first taste of wlue the ship takes ns throwing the egg at the cut LonS pounds; young drakes, 7; ducks, "Daylight" Egg Tester to water nnd sticks to It ever after." 7, and young ducks, C. In all thoro An Electric don Answers. Having Interesting Automatic Feaaro ten varieties of standard bred tures. ducks. Ktmlittfm Coif tho person looking Into the hood. Annvr find a 'badmmZ other Interesting feature of the maIs tint automatic turning of tho ARE THE TRUE MISSIONARIES chine egg upon the belt, thus enabling the tester to examine It on ull sides. The They Who Do Not Hide Their Love ago may be determined by tho way When It Is Moit and Sympathy the egg has settled In tho shell. A Needed. perfectly fresh egg shows a clean, deep orange color, whllo a bud ono Is Iivo and sympathy nro common almost black. As the eggs pass under tho hood, enough, perhaps, but, oh how pitifully slow they sometimes nro to gladden tho good ones nre left to roll out on a our homes! Families will go through canvas extension table, whllo tho bad llfo loving each otner. ready to make ones uro removed by hand. almost any sacrlllco for each other, and yet holding back tho expression Keep Selecting the Deit Hens. of this lovo and readiness to servo, Constant selection Is tho only way something to bo to get your Hock up to where you as though they wero abhamed of and concealed. Now and want It. When you Beo n good bird, then, In tltmt of great strain or look carefully and note well her charm anguish, tho crust will bo broken for acteristics. Tut her In u breedlig pen Remington-UMin the Box with the Ktd Ball a brief Instant, and tho heart will re- and ubo her as a brooder another A CENSUS of Revolver nnd Pistol Experts will ihovr throughout the sumltBelf. Hut a return to tho normal year veal Do this cartridgei conditions, und tlio love the sunshine mer nnd when fall comes you will that the majority use ReminRton-UMby n cloud of havo mado your selection of the best will bo ovrrshudowed for prompt Ignition, uniform nnd sure; nnd accuracy reserve, abiding Just as strong and birds and a breeding pen of tho best demonstrated by world a records. true, perhaps, but not familiar enough jou havo. World') InJoor l'ilot Kttord bclj br Gor Armatrooi , , 4K2iiOO for everyday use. Not ull ure llko WoilvV) Indoor Twenty Pitt Shot I'mol IWcord hf Id br Grorl Arautrool 244 s 2S0 World') S.v.nir- - 1'lv) Sbol lUpid l'irt Kccord bld br A. I'. Un , . . (Mi ISO this, thank (led! Thero aro some Build Up Utility. World') Outdoor Pocld lUvolvtr Itrcord hld br A. f. . , . , 211s7M whoso lives uro us open and Bunny ns I2J4 World') Grod Alr(tt loditldual Kccord b)ld br A. I. Ln .. Thero Is only ono wuy to build up between whom und tho utility of u flock and that U by days lit Juno, and World') Miliurr Itccord htld br Smuel I'cunoo la no timid- careful selection, tlioso urouml them thero If each year wo Can your dealer 've you the Remington.UMC ammunition you ity and lack of frankness, Such us buyo only tho eggs from tho very bost ought to have? rorevrry HandarJ makt oj arm tho and the box beats the Kedliall mark. Look for it these aro truo missionaries In layers for hatching purposes, oach world, rising ubovo reservo nnd miswill becomo bettor layors. Remington Arms Union Metallic (I giving und repining, and making nil This work can bo greatly assisted by Cartridge Co. boauliful and gbid obtaining males from ft heavy laying uround them nioro 5 New York 299 Ilroadway by tho Bunny Inspiration of their strain. I'o-kln- a n REVOLVERandpiSTOL C the model water-whefrom which the drawings were made, this measurement Is 5Vs Inches. Cut the two Bldo pieces of the wheel out of cigar hole box wood, and bore a through the center of each for the wheel axle. Fasten a spool to tho center of one sldo piece for a pulley wheel (Fig. 6). There aro eight paddles 1 Inches wide and 2Va Inches long. Cut these out of cigar box wood. Locate the positions for the ends of the paddlea by drawing a horizontal lino, a vertical line, and two diagonal lines at angles of 45 degrees, through the centers of the sldo pieces. This will simplify the matter of placing the paddles equidistant from one another (Fig, 7). Use brads for fastening the side pieces to the paddle ends. Those removed from the cigar boxes will do Cut the wheel shaft a trifle shorter than the Inside thickness of the can, and enough smaller than the hole In the wheel side pieces, so tho wheel will turn freely. Locate tho centers for the axle upon the two sides of the can. In the proper position so thero will bo the same margin above and at the ends of the wheel. Drive a nail through each side of the can into tho axle end. To make It posstblo for the waste water to escape from the bottom of tho water-moto- r Jacket, tho bottom of the sides Bhould be raised an Inch by fastening a baso strip to each side, inside of tho can, as shown In Figs. covering the affected part, and allowed to remain there all night, when It is removed. Tho new corn will slm- ply disappear, and the old offender will stop hurting, and in most In-- ! Btances dty up and disappear. In a few cases where the corn has been a nna nf inner u f n n ,1 n i It will ro. ..... v. " " qulro more than one application. The acid In tho lemon reduces the Inflammation and the tissues soon become normal. The remedy Is safe, cheap and effectual, and should be tried by every one who knows what It Is to suffer with, a corn. , - mm 'WBk CARTR DGES v C 1'illr-Sb- Lt ,,.,2!Si2St gen-orati- Rather Thick Headed. So far, the Alaskan natives havo made little use of the wonderfully rich milk of tho reindeer. This milk, as white as the arctic snow. Is 90 per cent, pure cream. In fact, It Is practically all a rich, snowy white, sugary cream. It is the most nourishing milk In the world, but the natives seem to prefer condensed milk, which Is sent Into tho mining camps In large ' quantities. It Is probably because of tho difficulty la milking a reindeer. ' Unllko the Laplander, the Eskimo i does not make a pet of his favorlto deer. When he wants to milk her she Is lassoed and thrown down. Her legs are then carefully tied with walrus skin strings, and her horns safely held by some stout friend, after which the process of milking begins. After the last drop has been extracted the highly Indignant animal Is unlashed 3 and 4. and allowed to get up and go about her A slot should be cut in the front of business. Sometimes a horn is knockthe can for tho pulley belt to run ed off or a leg broken beforo tho strugthrough, and this should be large gling reindeer understands that she Is enough so tho cord used for tho belt to bo milked and not branded or butchwill not rub against tho sides of the ered. Under tho circumstances the dairying feature of arctic llfo Is not slot (Fig, 3). Spools of different diameters can bo prominent and the milkmaid's song Is used for pulley wheels for attaining not welcomed by tho wise little anidifferent speeds, larger wheels can mal who has uudergono the torture be made by using tho tin bottoms of of one milking. tomato cans for flanges and cutting1 wooden disks of a trifle smaller diamFoiled EmI eter for centers, and a bicycle wheel "Brldgo," queried tho mistress of tho with tho tiro removed, mounted In a sugar houso, "did you frame, will make an excellent largo so the ants could tlx that In?" bucket "Sure, not get wheel. mum," answered tho domestic, who In was If you operate your water-moto- r now, "I took the handle off the tho kitchen sink, you can either build cover." a platform as shown In Fig, 1, to bring I i I Faqc Eight THIS CITWEN Holiness People closed their rcvivnl Brandenburg nnd left them n present meeting Sunday at Moril with eight of a line girl. Her nnme is Viola. J. W. Mnorc and his son, Bill, Mr. and additions, IIOONR September 1 1, igi.y East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No cotrf rnlf net pabllitifJ onltn iltM In (oil by the writer. The nime It not (or publication, bat 11 s erldenee of tool tilth. Write plainly. BEREA BANK & TRUST CO. JACKSON COUNTY Mr ki:i: McKee, Sept. 8. Circuit Court Is still in session here. Kuford Fowler, charged with the murder of John M. Moore on the day of the last Primary election, was. convicted today and sentenced to the penitentiary for life. Green Eversolc was sentenced to J having hot, dry weather here; rnin is needed very badly. Mrs. Mollie BIck-ne- ll Dr. H. R. McLcndon passed folks. has returned home after a two thru here yesterday enroutc to Egypt, weeks' visit with her mother of HiKy., Another ten days singing be-- I Weed Gentry and sister ndis. gan at this place last Saturday convisited friends nnd relatives of ducted by J. A. Hunter of Sextons Cincinnati last week. A protracted Creek. meeting will begin hero at Benver m.wi.ii:n Pond church the third Saturday and the penitentiary for an indeterminate Mnuldcn, Sept. 0. Wc arc needing Sunday in Sept. Everybody is invit sentence of one to five years. He was charged with misrepresenting his fin- rain very much. Stock water is almost ed to come. Everybody is having n nice time for drying apples in this ancial affairs to certain parties in gone. Robert, tho little son of CharLAUREL COUNTY vicinity. Dorn Gentry nnd her sister order to get them to sign his mail lie Farmer, is on the sick list. Mr. riTTsiitriuj bond. Mr. N U. llond, President of and Mrs. Chester Amyx who have Gracie, visited Mrs. Abbie Gentry Pittsburg, Sept. G. The death nn-g- Friday night. Bob Elliott of Ohio the Rockcastle River Railroad Co., was been visiting at Mnulden, have returnvisited the home of Mr. and Mrs. came home this week to see his mother Grnn and ed to their home at Paris. I. S. Mc- -' business. in town today on Stanley Englc left for Berea today George and little daughter, Opal, who ('has. Gilbert on last Sunday and iidil fi.thnr. will, tmvn lwi., Mlrlf. Mr. where they will attend College this have had the sore throat, are almost took their darling infant. The re- and Mrs. Amos Johnson visited Mr. year. Fairy Reynolds also went but well. The Flat Lick Association bc-- ! mains were taken to Piney Woods nnd Mrs. Flem Campbell last Sunday. she intends to take a Normal course. gan yesterday, Sept. 5th, and will for interment. Lizzie, the tour year old daughter of Mr. Bob Turner, died NEWS ITEMS FROM THE COUNTIES Charley I.ainhart has returned continue until Sunday, Sept. 7th. from Hamilton where he has been Jeff Conrad and family of Oklahoma of typhoid on the 5th inst. She had LETCHER COUNTY working. Work is progressing nice- arc visiting friends and relatives in had whooping cough nnd took typhoid Judge J. P. Lewis and Circuit ly on the new jail. John C. Eversoiu, Jackson County. Mr. Conrad's father, 'after which she only lived a few days. Judge Henry Moore and Green Wil- brother and sister are preparing to The mother of the child is at present Court Clerk Stephen Combs and son of Hooncville were in town today go back with him to make their fu- very low with the same disease. Also brother John Combs were in Berea another of the children. The wife of this week making arrangements for on business. J. C. Russell and son, ture home. James McDaniel died of typhoid their children to attend school. Ed, were in town today. Miss Park HIGH yesterday. She was young nnd beauti.MAGOFFIN COUNTY gave a party to a number of young Hugh Sept. 7. The weather at The Meadows of Licking Estate friends last Monday night which was this point is very dry and hot and ful. Mr. and Mrs. McDaniel had only enjoyed by all present. The follow- dusty, crops are looking bad. Rev. been married a few months. The re- was sold to Harris Howard last week ing marriage licenses were issued the J. W. Parsons filled his regular ap- mains of Mrs. McDaniel were taken for $2G,G75. KNOTT COUNTY last week: J. R. Slone, 32, Foxtown pointment at this place, Saturday and to Jackson County for burial. There The Hindman School is in session Ned Sunday, going from here to Sand Gap will be a box supper at the Pitsburg Lotie Gabbard, 29, Foxtown; Mclione, G9, Rig Hill, Catherine to hold a week's meeting and to be Graded School building on next Fri- again. A number of its last year McDaniel, 23, Carico. J. B. Isaacs, 5G, there for the association, next Friday day night, the proceeds to go toward graduates are attending llerea. Clover Bottom, Matilda Isaacs, 21, and 'Saturday. Jack Rose is very sick Clover Bottom; W. J. Miller, 47, with something like fever. Martin Jenks, Maudie Tackett, 18, Alcorn. Abram. wife and two children are ISAACS sick. Mrs. Frankie Todd is very sick. Flemon, Solen, Tom and Melvin Isaacs, Sept. G. The weather continues dry and .rain is needed very Azbill have gone to Ohio to cut corn. Uel and Sallie Bicknell and Maggie much. R. E. Taylor, who has typhoid, I was trudging one day down a dusty road is improving greatly. Mr. and Mr?. Azbill of Chestnut Ridge visited at While my hack was curved under a bit of a load. Geo. Pennington have a fine baby boy. Lewis VanWinkle's, Saturday night. Tom Click has gone to Lexington on And the way was long and my fect were tore, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Price are the business. Bean stringing and apple proud parents of a fine baby girl. And my lioncs ached under the load I bore ; Mrs. Nannie Allen and little daughter peeling are all the go now. School Hut I struggled on in the summer's heat of Columbus, Ind., arc visiting rela- at this place is progressing nicely Then, resting a bit I shouldered my load, Oer with Mr. Edgar Rader as teacher. tives near Berea this week. And wended my way down the dusty road. school at Pigeon Roost is progressing R. I. Hale attended the colored peoThe morning stretched into the afternoon last nicely. The teacher, Mrs. Tillie York, ple's association at "Bobtown is doing some fine work for the little Thursday. My Jotirniy's end seemed as far as the moon ; ones. George Riley is very poorly at Till at length a horse and a wagon drew near. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY this writing. Mrs. Mary Mcintosh And my heart revived with a spark of cheer. IIOCKFOHI) and Mrs. Mary E. Purkey visited But the man saw only his own small soul, Disputanta, Sept. 6. George Payne Mrs. Evaline Moore, Wednesday And the narrow way to his narrow goal, evening. Mrs. Delia Denham of sold a nice bunch of calves to Jason J. S. Waddle has And lie whipped his horse a guilty trot, Moorcs Creek is very low. Her son, Williams this week Grover, of Cincinnati, O., is with her sold his farm to Mr. Clark and exThough the sand was deep and the day was hot, Mr. now. Tom Brewer who is working at pects to go to Lincoln County. And he passed me by on the dusty road, Hazel Patch is expecting to visit home Grover is moving his boiler and engine And I sank still lower beneath my load. to Perry County, where he expects to folks, Saturday. The Teachers' AsYet out of the du-- t came another man, Chester sociation held in Division No. 3, it go in the stave business. Thomas visited friends at Brush With a grizzled heard and a cheek of tan, the Cornett's Chapel, was one of the most successful associations ever held Creek, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. And he pulled up short, and he gayly cried : There was a Tom Anderson and children visited at in Jackson County. " I say there, comrade, get in and ride !" large crowd and plenty of good din- ! her brother's last Saturday and Sun And he placed my bundle behind the scat, ner for every one. Miss Lizzie Hur- day. Saturday and Sunday are reguAnd he said, "Climb in here an' rest your feet ; ley's school marched to the grounds lar meeting days at Clear Creek I never pass by a man on the road, and took an active part in the asso- church. An' 'speshly, iriend, if he's got a load." ciation. Miss Susie Watson visited UAl'I.KV. her sister, Mrs. Sarah Davis, last Gauley, Sept. G. And my feet were rested, my heart was light; A protracted week. Several children in this neigh meeting was held at Union last week And I blessed the driver who gayly cried : borhood have whooping cough. The by Revs. Cornelius, II. L. Ponder and " I say there, comrade, get in and ride! " Misses Bertha and Rcna Taylor are Parker with five additions. May the d Ah I The world is full ol men planning to visit Mrs. Minnie Little's good work go on. Ben D. Vaughn Who need a slight lift every now and again, daughter of died August 30th of typhoid fever. school. Bessie, the little R. E. Taylor, is very sick. He was buried in the Red Hill grave And the angels can see through the white cloud rift yard the 31st. Mr. Vaughn left three CAIHCO All the (lod-lik- e souls wh give them .1 lift. Carico, Sept. 8. The Messrs. Wm. brothers and four sisters, a father ,' llmttin Ifvraltt. Belcher, Johnie Wells and Joe John- and mother, and a host of friends. He was buried by the I. O. O. F. .if son are ih these parts buying cattle. Wm. Baker and R. Sumers have Red Hill I.odge No. 37. Mr. Clarence bought Elijah Angel's saw mill and Howard is moving back from Pineville 1'KltltY COUNTY are now running it. Henry Evans to his place near Gauley. Our school paying for a piano for the school. A Miss I'ettit is setting up her saw was visiting on Laurel Fork,, Sunday. is getting along nicely with Theo. Pigg short program has been prepared ami Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Bnk-- i as teacher. Sam Miller lost one of we hope to make the time enjoyable mill at I'ine Mountain for the new school. The boiler was hauled over er, a fine boy. They call him James. his horses last week with bots. J. C. to all present. All invited. the mountains by six yoke of oxen, Mrs. Nannie Baker was visiting at Bullock is still improving slowly. A LEE COUNTY S. R. Roberts, Sunday. The son of meeting is going on at New Bethel Horace McSwain who graduated in rii.i.Moui: agriculture at Berea last June, will .Isaac Sumers who was taken to Be- this week conducted by Revs. CorneFillmore, Sept fi. Crops nre looking have charge of the agricultural work rea for an operation, is improving lius and George Childress. The little slowly. S. R. Roberts sold one two child of Rev. II. L. Ponder has typhoid dead in part of the neighborhood. in the new school. fever. Henry Pases' baby is improv- Lawrence Darker who was shot last HA ULAN COUNTY year old heifer last week for $35. Mr. (ireen Morris was shot and John Sumers made a business trip ing slowly. J. C. Bullock raised an week is improving slowly. Dick to Winchester the 3rd. The dry irish potato with the following letters Hack's boy who was bitten by a snake killed by his nephew, (Ireen Campand figures on it: I). G. S. D. 7 C. R last week is improving slowly. J. W. bell of Forked Mouth Creek, last weather continues in this section. Meeting began the 7th conducted by D. I O 7 R. I). A. I). 70. Will some .Moore and V. J. Moore and children week. Drinks und anger were the Brother Marshall, and continues un- one pleatc give the meaning of these have all gone to Jackson County to a causes. til the 11th. There is good attendance letters? Working the County roads big association this week. Kev. Ed Mrs. Orhin Smith returned is tho order of the day. Mrs. Francis Hoggs will fill his regular appoint- REV, KNIGHT RESUMES EXTENSION so far. home, Sunday. She has been with her McDaniel of East Bernstadt was vis- ment at the mouth of Middle Fork WORK IN THE MOUNTAINS Joe sick husband and reports him improv- iting her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. J. C. Creek, Saturday and Sunday. Cth inst., Mr. Bullock this week. Mrs. Al Vaughn Moore went squirrel hunting, Friday, Brother Knight whose remarkable ing slowly. Married the Ned Mclione of Berea to Miss Cath- is ttill very low with typhoid fevr and killed nine. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Kxtension work has been pushed this Uncle and not expected to live long. L. B. l.ucas visited W. J. Moore, Monday. summer in the Hastern counties, came erine McDaniel of Carico. Ned has captured one of the'bc3t Lewis is able to be out again. Mrs. J. W. Moore and Joe Harker am put- back to Herea for the opening of the girls in Jackson County. Wo are Lidda Nliljb is visiting her daughter, ting up a saw mill and will be ready Full Term and has been detained by to go to sawing in a few days. the illness of Mrs. Knight. Shu is sorry to give her up but do sincerely Mrs. Anda Bullock, this week. appreciate his good luck and wiuh CLIMAX Fillmore, Sept. !. Thu Farmers iiowimproving,soho can resumework. His delayed appointments will bo: them much happiness. Climax, Sept. 8. I. Rector was have begun cutting their corn. visiting at Moril, Saturday and Sun- Lawrence Harker who was accident- Knott County Caney Creek, right fork WAHIA.NTON Thomas day last, and. was the guest of Mr. ally shot a few days ago is improving of Heaver, District No. 7, Thursday Nathanton, Sept. G. West from near Irvine has been vis- and Mrs. Jamio Asbury. Rev, Griffee nicely. A line boy was born to the and Friday nights, Sept. 18, 19. Floyd County, Salt Lick Church iting friends in this neighborhod dur- preached at Climax School house last wife of Klijnh Moore. His name is House, Heaver Creek, Sunday, Moning tho past few days. Mrs. I. M. night. He is of Christian faith and Ralph. Ligo wears a broad grin. Holcomb and fumily of Oklahoma re- an orator. Mrs. Sarah L, Rector was Jcsfeo, the little son of Dick and Mai-iss- a day and Tuosday, Sept. 21, 22, 2.'l. t Sam Hale School House, Middle Hack, who was bitten by a copturned, Tuosday, from a month's visit Uiting her son, I). G. Kec'tor, at Wil-diThursday und Saturday and Sunday. Dick perhead snake, is very poorly at this Creek, Wednesday, with relatives at this place. Church services were held at this place Smith it turned home from Paris a time. Tho little son of Wm. King, Friday, Sept. 21, 25, 2(1. Hunanza, Abbott Creek, Baptist few days ago having had some who has been down several weeks Wednesday night by Rev. John Sunday, und of Breathitt County. James Wells trouble in which ho was seriously with bone scrofula, is slowly Improv- Church, Saturday, returned last week from an extended hurt, but ho is improving now. The ing. J. W. Moore and Joo Harker Monday, Sept. 27, 28, 29. Magoffin County, Foyton Haptist visit with relatives in Leslie County. Iron Clad Baptists will hold un Asso- are rebuilding their saw mill which Church, Tuesday, Wednesday and Robert Wood who has been visiting ciation, beginning Tuesday next. was destroyed by fire last spring. Tho The stork visited the home of Morgan Thursday, Sept. !i0, Oct. 1. 2. his son, J. A. Wood of Hamilton, dur- - Everybody cordially invited. j ; ' j I ing the past few weeks returned, Sat- urday, accompanied by the Inttcr, who came for a short stay with home Boone, Sept. 8. There was meeting near Boone last week conducted by the Holiness people. Mrs. Carrol Martin is slowly recovering. Mrs. llettic King is reported quite sick nt her home in Berea. Mrs. Geo. I'oyn-te- r is nt home after visiting her Miss Hattic daughter in Berea. Poyntcr attended the Institute nt Mt. Vernon last week. Joe tavctt made a business trip to Slate Lick, Monday. Lydia tavott visited friends in Berea one day last week. Several from this place attended meeting near vis-- i j Ilrodhead, Sunday- .- Andy Wren ited friends near Boone, Sunday. Mrs. Mattic Coyle of Rockford visited her daughter, Mrs. Nora Wren, one day last week, Denton nnd W. .1. Mrs Shelton Renort of the Condition of THIS UliKIiA BANK CfJ. TRUST CO., Moore visited friends nnd relatives In doing business nt the town of Bcrca, county of Mntlison, the State Jackson County from Thursday till on the 4th t!ay of Sept. 1913. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bran- ol Kentucky, nt the close of business Monday denburg of Monica are visiting their KHSOUItCHS ' son at Fillmore this week. f U7.21 2 Ut Loaim nut! Discounts 22,185110 lteservo in Hunk ... .. COUNTT ESTILL Y2. CmhIi in llio nnfo !. t'vr ItllANfll I Ml. 05 Chucks) ant! other cnsli Horns (i. We are Locust Branch, Sept. Overdraft IhinkiiiK secured nnd unsecured , ri(HM)." llousonm! Lot Furnitiiro inn! Fixture Statu Warrants I3.fi02.-1- U.821U2 300.01) Total LIABILITIES Capita! Stock paid in, in cash Surplus Fum! Net Profits Nino Jan. 1st Individual DfiHwitM Cashier's checks outstanding Total TATK OK KKSTICKY.1 I Count) nl Mtillxm. Wt, A.' Isaacs anil John V. Dean. President $Ua,1:i.23 2fi,(MM).(IO fi.OOOOO 2.H0I 11 lOD.OWOI 573.05 fH2,IO:i.23 ,. and Cashiet n( the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. A. ISAACS, Piesitlent. lL Mv JOHN K. DKAN, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of September. 1913. O. I). Hollidsy. Notary Public. Correct Attest: .1 W STKl'll KSS, Directors. .1. K. IIAKKK, U. II CIIHIS.MAN, HEAD-O- N COLLISION CINCINNATI ??ji. 77. Corn white )el!ow N'o markets No 4 No No 1' 2 V1IX-U- Get in and Ride 7r.fr7i.4c, mixed ear 7711 7!c. jellow ear "Sisuc. whin ear 77(S0c Trolley Passenger and Ash Cars on timothy fl!t L'Sfj 19 SO Hay N'o Pennsylvania Line Meet at standard timothy JIMi IK r0. No. 2 in Sharp Curve. othy Jlf. r.ujj IK 75, No. .1 lliuollij lit .rl'1l 15. N'o 1 ilincr mixed llrtfi Srrvlc. Iti.25. N'o. 1 clover mixed jmill'.T. Westrrn Newjtmper t'nlon N'o. clover $14fi 11.50. No. 2 clotei colAllentown. l'a In a head-o1H 250 lision between a trolley passenger car Oats No. 2 white 45r. standard 4t and an ash car on the Slatlngton 1444C No. 3 white 434fr44c. No. I branch of the Uhlgh Valley Transit white 42fl43c. No 2 mixed 42V4ft 13c Co. 's line, 13 persons were Injured. 8 No. 3 mixed 42fc424c. No. 4 mixed 4( of them seriously. ft 414c. Potiltr) Springers, 2 lbs and over The collision was. It is nlleKed. due 17c. under 2 lbs. 17c; old roosters. 9c; disrong orders Issued from the lo patcher's olllci In the city, directing hens, over 4 lbs, 14c, light, 4 Urn nnd 13c; lbs, under the nsh car to leave a siding when tho i.nder. ducks,ducks, lbs and 3oer, 10c; 3 12c; passenger c- -r was due The latter spring 4 lbs and over, 11c; turkeys, i white. was on Its way from Slatlngton to lbs and over, lhc, old tonis, ISc; Allentown and carried about l!i pas- young, Isp sengers. It met the ash car at a sharp Shippers t7.26ftS.15; bulch Cattlecurve Just north of Slcgervllle. and so er steers, extra I7 75fl7.lt5, good tc to fall choice Ji;.5ojf7C5, common great was the Impact that the ash car telescoped the smoking compartment )4 75fiti.25; heifers, extra 17. good tc i!.25ij f..yi. to fall of tho passenger car. Tho two cars choice 15; cows, common jr..:5Qt;5() l .MiilO extra went badly wrecked. Kvvrt, one of thu good to choice 5 50ffn.l5, common tc Injured passengers, was pn his way fair $30 5 :S; canners $2.75tr4. to this city to take backto his home $5.60 ft 6. 15. Hulls- - llologua extrt by auto a local band for a surprise for $fi.25fi 0.35. fat bulls $Gf6.25. $11, fair to good $S.6( Calves Kxtra his parents In celebration of their wedding anniversary and I lie birthday ft 10.76, co in in on und large $5ff 10.50 HogH- - Selected heavy $8.90fjf9.1U. Tho Inanniversary of his father. good choice packers and jured were brought to an Allentown $9.101) to 15. mixed packers butcheri 'J. J3ff 9 10, hospital In automobile. stags $4.25t75, common to cliolci heavy fat sows $4.60ff 8.60, extra $S G6. OUTBURST IN JAPAN'S CAPITAL. light shippers $9fT9.:5, pigs (110 Ibi d 77c. 1 1 ORDERS SAID TO HAVE CAUSED CRASH IN WHICH 13 ARE HURT. IN DISPATCHER'S 7Sfi'Ssr, white "H'fcffSOr, No. I 4 N'o white "Oil yellow "hmi'yc, No. 5 2 inlied N'o 4 mixed 77ltt7Sr, jellow No. 3 mix Ni 1 -- - sore-foote- Tokyo. A mob of 15.000 persons seized llablya park, cheered while Its leaders denounced the United Slates, nnd then marched upon the foreign offlce, where It demanded that aggressive action be taken at once against America because of lis attitude toward Japanese citizens The meeting had heen called as a public protest against tho slaughter of Japanese bj Chinese nt Nanking, hut the auger shown against the Chinese was no greater than that dlspla)ed against Americans Tho leaders mndo tho United Slates their chief target, anil all their utter ances were cheered. and less) $3.50fj 8.25. Sheep Kxtra light $4 4.10, good tc rholcn $3.35fi3.90, common to fall $1.76ff3.25. heavy sheep $3.2503.75. Uimbs Kxtra $8, good to cholci $7 60ft 7.90. common to fair $4.60ff7.26 culls $3.50f4. yearlings $3.50f5XO stock ewes $3.254 60. SHERIFF THWARTS MOD. Oiithrle, Okla. With an excited mol bent on lynching their prisoner, Shen in Maboney. of Guthrie, nnd two oltl cers, rushing Lewis (ireen, a negro, tc I'crry, abandoned their motor car nt Mulhall and look to tho brush, accord lug to a report reaching here. Chlcl of Police l.on Muxlow and t'ollcemao Isaac II. Caldwell were shot and killed by (Ireen. at (ircen's business where the olllcers went to niako liquor r.ud The negro surrender when Sheriff M.iIhiik) arrived Tainted Food Dangerous. Letting the birds get at tainted food Is dangerous business this tltno of year If ITS GOING TO RAIN Better Come and See Us about the New Metal Roof at once. Berea School of Roofing HENRY LENGFELLNER, Phone 7 or 187 e, Manager U-wi-s Tiruhop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky