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FROST, Editor-litCRUTH McFALL, Offlc Editor DEAN 3LAGLE,ClrcuUllon Mimih nl llrtrn, A'v., at trttmd Bnlrrrd at IV Pft-afflr- t Hnm r UEI?EA COLLEGE KY S OFF I CE rTHEInterests of ttie CitizenPeople Devoted to tlie fllo-cLnteti- ii Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with modern knowlodgo is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XV. Five Cents n copy. , BERKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1013. One Dollar a Year. No. in WORK FOR THE EDITOR Most any fine can ho an editor. All an editor hat to do is to nit. al his desk six days'- - in Hie week, four weeks of the month and twelve mouths in the year and "edil" such stuir as this: ".Mrs. .lones of l.os( Creek let a can opener slip last, week and cut herself in the pantry." "A mischievous lad of .Malherlou threw a stone and struck a companion in the alley last Tuesday." "John Doe rlimlied on Hie roof of his house last week looking for a leak and fell, striking himself on the hack porch." "While Harold Green was escorting Miss Violet Wise home from a church social last Saturday night a savage dog attacked them and hit Mr. Green on the puhlic, square." "Isaiah Trimmer was pluying with a cat Friday when it scratched him on the veranda." "Mr. While while harnessing a hronco last Saturday was kicked just south of the corncrih." Boston Globe. EASY TO CRITICISE. WORLD NEWS Democratic Rule The Democrats have been in power for several months and brought to pass tin; great tariff reduction which they promised and which most Republicans as well as Democrats truly desired. Dr. Robertson discusses this Tariff Law in the Citizen this week. In a firm and policy towards Mexico the Democratic administration has the support of the whole country. In our foreign relations we mean to stand .together regardless of political parties. In fighting for the Tariff Law President Wilson seems to have been compelled to sacrifice some other things which we regret and no doubt he regrets also. It now seems as though he were in danger of violating his promise of a fair deal to the colored people, and as though in the matter of Civil Service Reform as well he has been compelled to give in to the worser elements of his party. We hope it will not prove so in the long run. let-alo- UNITED STATES HEWS Warship Remain. Despite General Dueilas' declaration that they will he unwelcome next mouth, American warships will probably remain near the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of Mexico. Currency Bill Passes. The House passed the Currency Bill by a vole of 2M to HS. The Bill will go lo tin; Senate, (o bo considered by (he Banking Committee. II will he several weeks before the measure is reported to the Senate, w here furl her debate is expected lo delay its final passage. The House has begun on the Income Tax and will probably settle it in Hie coming week. Roosevelt Tours South America. Former President Roosevelt will four South America, delivering at least three addresses during the Hist month of his lour. He will speak on "American Internationalism," "(maraelor and Civilization," and "Democrat ie Ideals." Colonel lloosevell will probably he made a special envoy of the United Slates lo England ami Germany to secure their participation in the San Francisco Exposition. Moonshine Raiders Pay own Bills The guardians of Uncle Sam's Internal Revenue, have long enjoyed the privilege of .having their laundry bills paid by the government. Now comes word from William I). Osborne, Commissioner of Internal Revenue, saying that his traveling moonshine raiders would have lo pay their own hills. Also Dial Internal Revenue storekeepers, storekeeper gangers, and gangers would he required lo pay their own traveling expenses While on leave of absence. Forest Fire. A forest lire lasting three days destroyed one of the llnest pine groves in tin; Cleveland National Forest and part of the water-she- d from which llio Redland, Riverside and San Bernardine citrus fruit growers obtain their irrigation. There aro threw- more tires raging and rangers regard them as the most serious during the past three years. Typhoid Epidemic. A typhoid fever epidemic resulting iu 17 cases was reported since the llrst of September in the East Side, New York. II was traced lo infected milk which came from a company receiving their supply from an upstate creamery. Gold in the Philippines. There lias been a considerable increase in the gold production in the Philippines from $189,9."3 in 1911 to $570,212 in 11112, and it is expected to be three or four times that amount this year. Smugglers Pail. Six trunks helongiiigto a New York hanker and his wife were held up because they declared the contents lo be worth .2(H) while hills of sale which a woman inspector found iu the stockings of the maid disclosed the values of Hie goods, consisting of lingerie and Paris hats not specified in the declaration to lie worth !?T,(HH). Slavery in the Philippines. A report lo Secretary of War Garrison, disclosed the practice of slavery in the Philippines to be very common. Heads of families sell their sous and daughters when quite young at prices ranging from INK) to !?I00. Many or the servants of the wealthy class of Philippines are such slaws. Some of the servants are old men and women who have been iu the family since early Some of them are childhood. bought quite young and kept till they become old enough (o shift for Iheniselxcs. A large percentage of the Chiueso wives actually have Philippiuo bought by (hem at a stipulated price. The report shows that peonage ami slavery exist iu all parts of the island. Republican Victory in Maine. The election of a Republican Congressman iu Maine in a district carried by the Democrats last fall, of Republican division, shows, Ihat the Democrats are still a minority party and can ho beaten at any time when their opponents will unite. President's Church Sold. President Wilson is without a uhurch. Tho Central Presbyterian Church of Washington, D. C, has been sold to the Mount Carmi Baptist congregation, a negro organization. President Wilson will probably join some oilier Preshylerian congregation until tho Central Church 1 se For Representative. GERMAN D. HOLLIDAY. Mexican Election. Hiieila asserts that the government has no choice nor will it aid any candidate in the forthcoming He states presidential election. that the altitude of the administration will he one of absolute imsary, lie will use the army to keep order. The Catholic party held its convention in secret, and has not yet. announced who its candidate will he. World Temperance Conference. Forty nations are represented in the International Congress of Alcoholism which began its session al Milan. Italy, on the '.'2nd. The Congress has its meetings in the splendid hall of Statues. The President is Dr. Filippelto of Home. The principal speaker al the opening session was the physician to Pope Pius, who spoke on the Pathology of Alcoholism. America has a large representation al this Congress. Arabs Attack Italian Army. Thirty-thre- e Italian officers and men were killed in a recent encounter of the Italians with Arab tribesmen. The Italians found them heavily entrenched hill compelled them to retreat from severe artillery lire. General Torelli, commanding Hie Italians, was among the killed. Creeks Seize Mission. Tin- - American Mission School in Korpia, Albania, was seized by the Greek authorities. The school is under the Congregational Board. D. .1. Kennedy and his wife are in charge. The British Consul is endeavoring to protect the American interests. Denmark Tor Prohibition The Liberal leaders in Denmark have started an agitation for stateHeretofore the wide prohibition. advocates of prohibition have sought to regulate the traffic by law. Ulster in Arms. James Craig, member of Parliament for Down, Ulster, announced at a public meeting that Gen. Sir Geo. Ilichards bad accepted the position of General olllcer com manding the Volunteers of Ulster. Sir Kdwnnl Carson, addressing the Volunteers, expressed the hope that the next time he saw them every man would have a rillo on his shoulder. The purpose is In have a hundred volunteers thousand drilled for action to enforce the demands of Ulster. DR. Judge Holliday of Ilcrea is can didate for Representative from this Counly, and merits the support of all palriotic voters, regardless of parly. partiality. .Moreover, that, if neces- temperance man iu practice as well as in principle. And he is acquainted with conditions in Kentucky in such a way that he will bo most useful in Hie work of lax adjustment which should he taken up by our next legislature. ability ami public spirit. The .fudge is a man of nroved He is a IK OUR OWN STATE Six Year Old Criminals. In an effort to remedy the crowd ed condition of the Reform School a hundred children between the ages of si.x and twelve were paroled. II was stated by Hie officials that many of these infants were foisted on the State by County poor officials. One child of six was charged with "hurglary." The County poor house gol rid of others of about the same age on charge of "immorality" or "incorrigibility." These children w ere in'coulacl with people of real ly vicious minds and their blood should be upon the heads of the selfish County officials. New Hospital for Hyden. Government doctors are establishing a hospital at Hyden for the treatment of tracoina. This disease of the eyes is quite prevalent in Eastern Kentucky and many efforts are being made to check it. State Fair a Success. Saturday saw the close of the Ken-lucState Fair at Louisville. Al-tmarred by rain it was a brilliant success. A finer exhibit of live stock, farm products and business enterprise has never been seen in Kentucky. Owners of horses sired by Ilex Peavino will bo pleased to know that his daughter, Hazel Dawn, won first prize in Hie saddle horse ring despite the efforts of neighboring Stales to win our laurels. Another Coal Company. The Kentucky Black Coal Company has jus't entered tho Held at Hazard. Mr. J. B. Allen has resigned as chief engineer of the Slcmp Coal Co. to take charge of the new work. Jackson Gets New Station. A $35,000 station is to be erected at Jackson. It will he the finest on (he road. Stanley Still in the Ring. Representative A. 0. Stanley, of of the Second Kentucky District, states that he is confident of secur ing Hie nomination for the Senate. He denies the rumors that he ha dropped out of the race and plans a vigorous campaign as soon as freed from duties in the House. Methodist Corference. The annual StatT Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South is in session this week al Somerset. 25(1 ministers and dele gates are present. Tho presiding olllcer is Bishop liendrix of St. ky ho Country Life For Me Madison County is having a big revival a revival of religion mingled with farming! Of the three Farmers' Chautauquas planned one is in session this week at Waco, the second comes next "It is easy (o sit in Hie sunshine, And talk to the man in the shade." It is easy to lloat in a well-trimm- hoat, Anil point out the places to wade. Hut once wo pass into the shadows, We murmur and fret and frown And our length from the hank we shout for a plank, Or throw up our hands and go down. It is easy to ell in your carriage And counsel the man on foot; week at Kingston, and the third the week following at Whitehall. There is good reason for farmers and their households to come together to jollify and to plan larger things for all our country communities. Some people seem to think a man's success is in getting out of the country into some town, but a lot of us know that true happiness and the best family life are possible in the country. And what is more, country life can be made twice as good as it has ever been. As soon as farmers get together and begin living up to the best they know, we shall be envied by all of our town neighbors! Hut got down and walk ami you'll change your talk, As you feel Hie peg in your hoot. It hi easy to tell the toiler, How liest ho can carry his pack; Hut no one can rale a hurden's weight. Until it has heen on his hack. Tim ed month of pleasure, preach of sorrow's worth; Hut give It a sip, and a wryer lip, Was never made on earth. Can Klla Wheeler Wilcox. THIS ISSUE. Havo You Noticed new columns for women and Our children on page 7? There are recipes, short stories, ami snatches of exquisite poetry for the grown-up- s. with hedtime tales and bewitching rhymes for the little folks! Boys! ROBERTSON EXPLAINS NEW TARIFF. THE There is a picture of a wonderful trap on page 7 for you, in which two hoys caught many rnhhits. Learn how to make one. There are also a numher of other interesting- things for you on that page. Do You Know How to properly adjust a harness to jour horse'.' If you are not sure about ;i. it read instruct ions on page If you are sure, iv.id them anyway. No one can learn loo much. Sometimes We forget just w hat wo do believe. Head "What Christians Bellow" oh page two, and take a new grip on life! CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE PAGE ONK Editorials. Democratic llule. Country Life for Me. News of the Week. Tar ill' Explained, PACK TWO What Christians Believe. Franklin's Advice to the World. Cincinnati Markets. PAGE THREE News for Our Women Headers. Children's Stories. PAGE FOUR Local News. College Hums. Coining Events. PAGE FIVE Chautauipia al Waco. PAGE SIX Continued Story. Now Short Story. PAGE SEVEN Adjustment of Harness. Sunday School Lesson. PAGE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky News. The larilT is a tax levied by the United States Government on goods brought into ibis country from foreign parts. While this lax is paid by importing merchants al the great cities it affects the people of the most remote village and farm. Its effect is to raie prices. This raise of prices comes about because the merchants add the lax they have o pay lo the price they charge. And if cloth brought in from England, for example, pays a lax of 50 cents a yard ami is made to sell foe l.."0 uilead of $1.00 then cloth of the same kind made in America will sell for Hie same high price. This helps the American maker of cloth, and enables him to pay higher wages, hut it makes all the people pay more than they otherwise would It lienellts the for their cloth! e, manufacturer, and his but it taxes the consumer! Now the Democrats have claimed that a reduction of the Tariff would do more good than harm, and Wilson said that if elected he would labor for such reduction. The tarill" hill which passed the Senate on Ibo ninth of this mouth, fiillllls the pledgo of the parly, meets the demand of the people and ends Ibo period of susHnso and waiting. There are a few more steps to he taken, mainly formal in character, and the bill will become a law. II is greatly to (he credit of the administration that it is as clean a hill of its kind as ever was passed in our country. Outside iiilluenco has been kept away and the hill is really ti product of our lawmakers us sum led by the president. up. in a few words the meaning of this new gift to our people. First, it reduces the general aver-ag- o of duly or tax on goods brought into the country by twenty-eigper cent which is a cut on Ibo present general average of more tlnri one half. This ought lo aid in the reduction of cost of living, for the competition of fmvign goods with our own must lower Ibo price in our markets. It is well to remember work-peoplht however that the high cost of living CANDEE PRAISES THE PIONEERS is due lo many things and and we must not look to the new larilT to do Expedients of Jackson County Pioneers eer thing. Second, it is a people's hill and Handmill. Pitsaw, Sorgum Grinding. benefits most tboso who use the necessities of life. On luxuries, such When Jackson County was llrst as jewelry, silks and automobiles formed it had but a few hundred inthe reduction is small or none al all. habitants, scattered among its hills On the other hand such things as and valleys. No! a half dozen slaves. wool, coal, Hour, fresh meats, lumNo a cook stove. Not a rag mop ber, boots and shoes are placed on witli a handle. Not a frame house or the free list and sugar will he add- barn. I think, in the county; unless ed in three years. There are also on Big Hill on the old stage road large reductions in clolhiiig, vege- lo Cumberland Gap, on the Madison tables, wheat and maiiy other arti- County line. But few, if any incles, of common use. This should habited houses iu sight of each work to the advantage of Hie poorer other. All were located at or near people as contrasted with the rich. a good spring of water. Not over a Third, it distributes the bene (Its dozen school houses or churches in and the burdens as impartially as the County. And most of these could be expected among the dif- were Moored with beaten earth or ferent sections of the country and puncheon, split out of small logs. the diirerent lines of industry. The seats were also made of half Each seel ion, in turn, is helped by logs mounted upon four pegs, one reduction of larilT mi articles which at each corner. I do not remember are staples of prnduct ion iu t he other seeing a glass window iu any of sections ami each in turn bears a these public buildings, nor in any reduction on some of its own sta- dwelling house in Jackson County ples. Though a southern hill in the for many months after we moved main, such southern staples as su- there. There was scarcely a wagon gar and rice are not favored. The road and hut few wagon ways tan fanning industry benefits by cheap- hark ways in the county. But er agricultural machinery, fencing, horse pal lis, and foot paths galore. wearing apparel ami other things, They traversed the ridges and valwhile, on the other hand the manu- leys and creeks and branches everyby where and iu all directions. facturing industries henelll In cheaper raw material and farm pro- some caes, in going from one point ducts, There seems to be a con- lo another, five miles apart, you scientious elTort lo offset any bur- would travel iu every direction, up den on an industry through reduc- and down, east and west, north and somea compensation tion. Ii south, before ou would gel there. where. There were only two or three Fourth, it x'eKs lo .strengthen the in I lie Whole territory, to and not mon (ban two hotels. But productive industries in contrast the speculative, and competitie every log cabin was a welcome n, business as against monopoly. stopping place for any stranger. to lie Used for speculative pur- Not a water or steam sawmill or poses, is placed at a disadvantage, grist-mil- l, few horse ami but and such articles ;is steel rails, power corn mills. meats, cash registers that havo been The corn was mostly ground by lending toward monopoly control power between a pair of subject hand are on Hie free list and thus These liome made mill stones. to Hie iiillueiice of competition, were chiseled out of genuine mill Fifth, it alters the general plant stone rock found in abundance iu for raising revenue to meet the ov- -' local quarries. They were incased peues of tin1 national government iu a round iucaxation or holu dug by the introduction of the income a section of a largo log mounted tax. The effort of this should he iu on four big pegs like the school lo place the burden of taxation house benches. The upper stone is more and more on people according j provided with a feed hole in its to what iiiey earn raiiier man acany oilier mill stone. cording to what they eat and wear. center like inner surfaces aro picked is expected to The The income feature rough, according lo millstone regumake up for any loss of income that lation. The tipper stone does the will bo suffered from tho lowering grinding by revolving on the lower goods. of duties on foreign stone. 11 is driven with a crank by Tho hill seems to retain the idea one hand, led with corn by the that the larilT is a political quos-lio- n, to bo arranged by the direct other. The dugout incavation which inrepresentatives of the people rather by sclent ille experts; and It cases the stones, the crank and the than abandons Hie principle of a larilT feeding are Hie uniiiue novelties based on tho dilTerence in cost of of the whole machine. production between goods in our The crank is an upright shaft or country and foreign lauds, as un- polo witli a sharp steel point atpractical. Tho heaviest opposition tached lo its lower end which plays in the discussions came on the placin n liltlu socket drilled iu the uping of wool and sugar on the free per surface of the revolving stono near its outer edge. The upper end list. In comments on tho new tarifTHie plays through a hole in a bearing (Coiitliuii'il on I'aice t'lte.) (Cunllaui'il on rare l ive.) es Cot-Io- I. ou is. The New Judge. Gov. McCreary appointed Circuit .ludge .1. B. Hannah of Sandy Hook to till the place vacated by Judge l.assiug. Judge Matt Reelwino was appointed (o the Circuit of the 32nd District iu Judge Hannah's place. State Meeting of Bankers. The Kentucky Slate Bankers Association is iu annual conference at Louisville. It is said that the tariff and currency hills aro tho chief topics under discussion. Bootlegger Arrested. Julius Cumiiiiugs, who operated a Hal boat ou (he Ohio River between Tolu, Ky., and llosi Clair, III., an chored his boat on tho Kentucky shore and was selling whiskey to any person iu that dry territory who wished to purchase, when the sheriff arrived ou Hie spol and arrested him. The sheriff also conlls-cate- d ItW pint bottles of whiskey found ou the boat. Damaged by Frost. Reports from Todd County report that last Sunday night's frost greatly damaged the tobacco crop. Not more than half the crop is in tho barn ami several growers lost from twenty to thirty acres. Those Winchester Cases.. The long drawn out bribery cases iu Winchester were enlivened by David B. Hampton who refused 'to testify ou the ground that his evidence would incriminate himself. Hut hK bribery or gambling cases this plea is not accepted and tho president of the Clark County National Bank was lined and imprisoned for contempt of court. (Coatluufil on I'ago Five.) Page Two. THE CITIZEN TRAQEDIEB TOLD IN HEADLINES. September 35, I93 "Mad, Scorning Superstition, Watka It Falls on Htm." "Cleverly fols Pickpocket by ConWheat No. 2 red 06(t 97c, No. 3 red cealing Ills Wad, Ilut There Was a 93(ff 35c, No. 4 red 73ff!iie 1'iiMlatmt ttty T!iurly t tlftr Ky Corn No. 2 white 77l4o, No. 3 lllg Hole In His Inside Vest Pocket." white No. "Stage Loyer Puts Too Much Fer- yellow 77c, No 4 white 75?f 764e. No, 2 BEREA PUBLISHING CO. 4 77c, No. 3 yellow vor In Stage Klsa, Husband of Actress yellow 74ff7lt4e, No, 2 mixed 7fic, No, (Iiiriif pointed) Up After Hay Is Over." Hunts Him S mixed 75Hff;6c, No. 4 mixed 73ff WM. G. FROST. "Purchaser of New Stylo Motorcyclo 74 He white ear "6(t"9c, yellow ear RUTH McFALL, Office Editor Starts It Off All Right, but Doesn't 7779c, mixed enr 7C7Sc. DEAN 3LAGLE, CircuUllon Mnirr Oats No, 2 white 47f474c standKnow How to Stop It; Will lie Out ard 4f.447c. No. 3 while 45Hf4Cc. of Hospital In a Few Days." Subscription Ratos "Court Decides That Woman May No. 4 white 44(MSc. No. 2 mixed i54 PA YAM. K IN ADVANCK riecomo' Militant Suffragist Without fICc, No, 3 mixed 4fiff45'.4c, No. 4 ' 00 One Year Sufficient mixed 43f?44. 1 Furnishing Husband timothy $20, standard Six Monthi HayNo. Grounds for Divorce.' Three Month timothy $19, No. 2 timothy $18, No. 3 "Friendly Discussion on How to timothy $16, No, 1 clover mixed $17, Money or Kipre Distinguish Mushrooms from Toad- No. 2 clover mixed $14.50f?l. No. 1 Semi money liy Draft. KrgltcrrU Letter or one unit two stools Knds In Fight; One Man Loses clover $15P Ifi.GO, No. 2 clover $12.60 Onler cent lUmp. 13.50. The ilate utter )our nme on l1el lioxn to Far." If It l not Kggs Prime firsts 27c, firsts 25c, what dale votir milwrlptlun U week utter renewal chanreit within thiee ordinary firsts 21c. seconds 17V&C. Town Row. notify Poultry Springers, over 1H lbs, "What's the wrangle about In Mixing number wilt le gladly iiiillel If we lfic; Wit lbs and under, 174c; old are notified. roosters, 10c; hens, over 4 lbs, 15c; I.llveral terma glim to any who oltaln new "Some of tho community want to light, 4 lbs 111 for n. Any one riidlnir ti four under, 14c; ducks, mitcrltlon early aubwripllonarnn receheThe Cltiren free maintain mud holes and swell their under 3 lbs, 11c; spring ducks, 3 lbs forhinnelf for one ear prlvato fortunes by hauling automoand over, lie; white, 4 lbs and over, Ailtertiilne rate on application biles out. Others want to Improve tho 11c; turkeys, lbs nnd over, 19c; old highways, pinch 'em for speeding, and toms, I9c; young, 18c. III M)MK Cattle Shippers $7.25ff8; butcher apply tho proceeds to public works of steers, extra $7.fi0ff7.75, good to ill kinds." common choice $b50fr7.50 to fair $4.7506.25; heifers, extra $r,.85R7, Driven to It. good to choice $3.75ff 6.75, common "Seems to me tho children do noth- to fair $LR0fff5.65: cows, extra $G.25fp ing at school now but cut out paper S50, good to choice $5.50(76.15, comdolls and make mud pies," mon to fair $3ff5.25; ennners $3ff4. $." GOff (5.25, "Well, tho map of the world la Hulls Ilologna extra KK.VTUCKY 1'KKSS ASSOCIATION. 50. changing dally, so until things are set- $6.35; fat bulls JO. 25 Calves Kxtra $11.25. fair to good tled they enn't study history or geography. These simplified spellers have $S.50ff U, common and large $5rl0,7fi. WHAT CHRISTIANS BELIEVE Hogs Selected heavy shippers $8.75 put spelling up In the air. So what f8.90, good to choice packers nnd tre the children to do?" butchers $9.05ff!).10, mixed packers Merc is a new statement of the $S.90ft9.05, stngs $4.25Jf", common to l truths believed ami loved by POOR BOY. choice heavy fat sown $4 50ff 7.90, Christ inn people. It was drawn up extra $7; light shippers J8.75JT9.10; pigs. 110 lbs nnd less, JIWS.10. hy the Coiigiegatiunalists. but does Sheep Kxtra light $44.10, good to as well for UnptisU. Methodists or to fair choice $3.50ff3.90, common of family newspaper for all that true and The Citizen lntrttlnr CINCINNATI MARKETS BLOODHOUND 4 DIGS MOTHER FORGETS HER BABE IN THE STREET It right, Under Ladder; J The Prosperous Lif I v Br KEV PAULEY E. ZARTMANN, D.D. UP A TREASURE" Child Left on Curb by Is Absent-Minde- d 6c. EJitor-4iCl.i- f Camphor Scent in Police Station Leads to Cache. Restored Parent by Policeman. ? Plunk-vllle?- " 1 any other set of the followers Christ. We believe in God the Father, infinite in wisdom, goodness and love; And in Jesus Christ, His Son, our I Lord and Saviour, who, for us and our salvation, lived and died and liveth evermore; And in the Holy Spirit, who taketh of the things of Christ and revealeth them to us, renewing, comforting and inspiring the souls of men. We are united in striving to know the will of God as taught in the Holy Scriptures, and in our purpose to walk in the ways of the Lord, made known or to be made known to us. We hold it to be the mission of the Church of Christ to proclaim the Gospel to all mankind, exalting the worship of the one true God, and laboring for the progress of knowledge, the promotion of justice, the triumph of peace, and the realization of human brotherhood Depending, as did our fathers, upon the continued guidance of the Holy Spirit to lead us into all truth, we work and pray for the transformation of the world into the kingdom of God; and we look with faith for the triumph of righteousness and for life and glory everlasting. Amen. FRANKLIN'S ADVICE WORLD TO THE 75if 3.25, heavy sheep $3.253.75. Limbs Kxtra $7.25, good to choice to fair $4.25r I6.60ft7.15, common 5.50, culls $3.50f?4. yearlings $3.50 $1 E.50, stock ewes $3.5004.50. WANTS AN INVESTIGATION. There Is Intense Indigthe military academy at West Point because IS cadets have been punished for baring, although they claim that they were merely carrying out Commander Slaldln's orders In regard to their plebcs given at the beginning of tho summer encampment. Several of the 18 are so Incensed at what they term the Injustice of their punishment that they have written to Julia Jack hu a careworn, unhap- their congressmen demanding an Inpy look this year that be didn't hare vestigation. last year. He looks as though be had married. SAID OF WOMEN Jane Tea; I married him. New York. nation nt Village Sage. Upon II Time is money. Make hasto slowly. Forewarned, forearmed. Little strokes fell great oaks. There are no gains without paim. He lias paid dear for bis whistle. Kat to live and not live to cat. A good example is the best sermon. Three removes are as bail a a lire. One today is worth two tomorrows. Constant dropping wears away stones. Married in baste, repent at leisure. He thai goes nlioirnwim; goes asorrowing. Fools make feasts and wi.e men t'at I hem. Cod heals, and the doctor lakes A mother dreads no memoriae those ahadowa have all melted away Due Notlcs. In the dawn of baby's smiles. George Germany Is being blamed for the EUot. story of a factory notice now going the rounds. Prominently displayed near Women should bo careful of their all the lire wires, It reads: sometimes conduct, for appearance In"To touch these wires means Injure them aa much aa fault. Abbe stant death. Anyone falling to respect Qlrard. this warning will be prosecuted and fined." Exceaa of passion and force of lore No one has, up to the present, had arguments than which there can b to be prosecuted. none more powerful to assuage the Irritation of a woman's mind. Titus Those "Burning Sands." Uvtua. Footo Light Isn't that desert sceno on the drop curtain natural? Hare, too, a woman's heart; which ever yet Miss Sue Brette No, I don't think wealth, soverAffected eminence, It Is. eignty. "Why not?" Shakespeare. "Decause the curtain is made of asbestos, and the sands of a desert are ' usually burning." There Is one thing admirable In they never reason about women; One of His Studies. their blameworthy actions; even In Church How Is your boy getting their dissimulation there Is an along In college? of Hlnrerlty. Honore de Ilaltac Gotham All right. "What's tho studying?" SCIENTIFIC NOTES "Geography, I guess. Ho wroto for money today. He said ho wanted to Included with recontly patented sun learn tho town." goggles is a shade to Bave a wearer's nose from being sunburned. elo-me- Loafed old Diogenes, dally exuded lore And stole the grocer's eh a tub before a store lnfleilble; stubborn. An opinion formed by a woman ta the fact la not half so TROUBLES. Sheet aluminum Is butter than el ther brass or copper for sheathing vise Jaws when soft metals are handled With apparatus of his own Invention an Indiana unlvcrelty scientist has successfully photographed found waves. the fees. Keep thy shop and thy shop will keep thee. There never was a good war or a bad peace. It is hard for an empty bag to stand upright. Dost thou love life? Thou do not squander time. In Ibis world nothing is cerium but death and taxes. Never leave that for tomorrow which you can do today. If you would have your business done, got If not, send! Sho 'Why didn't you bring your If you'd have a servant that you wifo down this season? Hu She's in Hcno, and tho faro is like, serve yourself. Those have a short Lent who owe too much. money to be paid at Caster. This Goes Without Saying. IJewaro of little expenses; a small A man may lead tho simple life a great ship. leak will sink And grow extremely strong. Hut If lie lias a nuKKing wlfo experience keeps a dear school, lie will not live It long. but fools will learn in no other. a Idleness ami pride tax with Nothing More to Tell? heavier baud than kings and parlia"I'vo told you all about myself, Mr. ments. Pinkies," sold Miss Uroaday. "You know my exact weight, my height, my favorlto author and my views on tho Bridget. suffrage, question." Bridges were built by the ancients nl a very early date. The Uuplirules nl Tried a Bluff. Uubylou wus crossed by a stoue bridge Wife (angrily) Tbla U a nlco time prior to 'JOOO II. C. uud It Is kuowii to come home. Hub Glad to hear you say bo, my that the Chinese built bridges aa public works as early as 21W0 U. O. dear. I was afraid you might think It rather late." Spare automobile tiro Inner tubes will be safeguarded against hardening If ImmerBud In hot wator every month or six weeks. Ily using tho oxyacetyleno torch In building wrecking concrete Is melted and mado to run like butter under the heat of the sun. A lnko In Tasmania at an altitude of .1,400 feet Is to bo harnessed and the electricity produced used to supply light and ircwer for tho cntiro Island. THEIR FAVORITE POEMS Tho church gour'a: "Tho bells." The mattress-maker's- : "Excelsior." "The raggedy man." "Kocosslonal." "Crossing The tailor's: The laiy minister's: Tho lnebrlato's: Joy-ride- r the "The Me- - liar." The skylark." aeroplanlst's: : Tho tombstone-maker'stoorlam." "In The coal dealer's: "The Are wor-- sblpera." Chicago. Policeman Michael tho other afternoon stood at Oikm r Mir iuj West Madison FINDS "GREAT" HOARD and watched a and Halsted streets r placo four woman t small children on a street car and WhatsoTKXT lll'r'il l lb nwn girl, leave a fifth, n N"' ever I"" Mnftli tmll prosper Keepers Lockup of Chicago Jail crying on the curb. Hut the war of the miKlly Hi" "Aha!" quoth the limb of the law wlrliril ulinll (wrlth. I'salm I I, . . Thought Negro "Runnsr" for Prisoners Had "Fortune" Hidden and "TIs a case of child abandonment The book of the I'll show that woman she can't do Start Sherlock Holmes Search. has been I'salm that sort of work while I'm on this called the Innerbeat." Chicago. After three days of dig most sanctuary of Taking the child In his arms ging In the basement of the South the Christian life. to the middle of Hal- strode Clark street police station, a trcasuro of The study approach-hoard amounting to $1.30 was uncov- ated - street . and halted an these poems Is rt 1.. MUIUIUUU1M7. ered tho other day by Hob, a Sibersource of "Speod her up and go south in Halian bloodhound, owned by Pinky Isen- sted street as faat ns you can," he stein, who conducts a secondhand Here and profit I)r C A. Lewis, who was hardware store next door to the sta- ordered the automobile, we have the driving tion. whole music of With tho child, now crying In his The trcasuro belongs to Sam Wil j the heart of man, policeman Jumped Into the son, a negro, who for the last seven arms, the by swept the years has been a "regular boarder" at .' machine and the trio sped southward. hand or his makWhen tho automobile drew up be-Is the only man In tho station. He we er "Here McKeough stood the employ of the police department side tho first car hear the burst of who Is satisfied with the salary ho re hIs tenderness. He never has nsked for an ceives. the moan of his penitence, the pathos Increase, and a few months ngo, when of his sorrow, the triumph of his vicMayor Harrison announced a reduc tory, the despair of his defeat, the tion In policemen's salaries owing to firmness of hla confidence, slid the a shortage of funds. Wilson sent rapture of hla assured hope." In these to the mayor that hn was wiltword psalms many travelers of every age ing to help htm out. and cllinn have found rivers of reWilson Is something of a humorfreshment and wells of conaolatlon. ist. The only salary hn gets la what Here God opens the door, shows us prisoners give hlra for running erhla secret dwelllug place, and telle ua rands. He takes coffee and pie and how we may get cloae to blm In felsandwiches to those behind the bars, lowship Here he speaks to us; but and the usual tip Is 6 cents. Someown more, here we apeak, telling he gets 10 cents for a run by times nxperlencea and anon crying to God; a nickel cigar and chargpurchasing we have written many of the psalms ing the prisoner a dime for It. out of the experiences of our own For a long time there has been a lives suspicion among the policemen at the This first psalm Is regarded as a station that Wilson was In affluent sort of preface to tlin entire collection, circumstances. The lockup keepers specially It Is a picture of tho prosprobably were to blame for the story perous life, and by sharp contrast a "Wilson had a plint." that picture of the life without Ood In meaning Wilson, fellow," 'That Is really only one life worth Iyockup Keeper Ionard said to Capconsidering or cultivating; that Is the tain O'llrlen. "has got all klnda of life hid with Christ In God. and It money. He runs from twenty to fifty should be our utmost concern to make errands every day, and there's aleleways a piece of change for Sam. I Stood Up and Scanned the Paaaeiv that life bleaaed. Conalder the ments of such a life as aet forth In would not be surprised If he had 0ra. the entire paalm. several hundred dollars burled someRefusal. up In the machine and scanned the In the basement" where f The prosperous life Is sheltered beOther lockup keepers told a similar passengers. The mother who had set forth the story about Wilson's burled treasure, abandoned the baby girl waa not hind a wall. Verses great character, and It Is marked by and for months a close watch waa among mem. 1 Evil practice kept on blm to see If he would go to "Catch up with the next one," said a great refusal the place where the hoard was hid- the policeman, aa he pressed his llpa walketh not In the counael of the ungodly, 2 Ktll habit nor atandeth la together In grim determination, den. 3. Evil characA few days ago Wilson got Into an In the aecond car waa Mrs. Etta the way of sinners; argument with Sergt, Arthur Danahy Oabrll of Appleton, Wis. Hhe was ter nor altteth In the seat of the as to the Ingredients In chldllns, a busily engaged In making comfort- scornful. The prosperous life must apeak southern dish of which Wilson Is In- able the four little ones she had with not think wrongly, nor your wrongly. thoughts, If God Is not In all ordinately fond. It ended by Wilson ber. to loose offering to bet $1 that he waa light. The car was stopped and McKeough loose thinking aoon will lead eat away living, and things that would Danahy took him up. entered, carrying the little girl . Wilson disappeared for a "Why, there Is Maryl" exclaimed the fiber of will and conaclence and bleaaedneas the the When he returned be had a dollar the excited mother as she saw the feeling. Oh! standing beside her In the happiness of the man who can say, I bluecoat will not defile myself; who will not aisle. "Mary, how did thla policeman get take these three downward steps In the evolution of sin; and God pity you?" deWhen McKeough had explained the the man who has taken the third chase after the street car the mother gree In sin. Ilut refusal of evil thought, practice, became hysterical at the thought of to her and habit Is not enough. One doea what might have happened not acquire physical health, vigor and child. "You see. I waa ao busy with the power almply by retuaal to eat poiothers that I did not have time to sonous foods or drink damaging liqThe physical life requires food. "My gra- uors miss her." she explained. cious, but It Is a good thing you The soul grows beautiful and strong, thought I was a criminal and r ha Mil and the life prosperous nnd useful not me." And she placed the now happy only by Its great refuaat, but by the Mary In a seat beside her brothers reception of all thlnga that are full of nourishment the pure, the honeat. and sisters. the lovely, tho thlnga of good report. God not only brings ua away from SERVES HOT "MEALS TO PIG Egypt, he leada ua Into Canaan a land flowing with milk and honey. Lonetome Mother Dog, After Losing The life that refuses tho evil and Puppies, Adopts Squealy Infant; received the good will bo crowned "Civilize- - It. Tries to They are with glorious blessings stated so plainly In this psalm, (I am Is pigs, dirty, Pigs Chicago Indebted to a friend forthoao brief sugsquealy and gruuty. but a perfectly gestions ) Noble growth "like a lady dog was clenn, nnd that figure meant much In tree. She Palestine), not familiar with their habits propitious placing adopted onn nnd now Is haltm the "planted," sustenance- - "by The Dog Had Dug a Hole. the rivers of her life trying to teach It to of water." frultfulness "that bring- time bill that smelted of camphor It had be n good puppy In Its season;" from the "plant." Her family eth forth Its fruit coino Cnro Is the lady dog Danahy wus sure there were seven tree would make a good show lag be beauty of character "his leaf also or eight hundred mure dollars where side that of any other bull terrier shall not wither." real prosperity prosper." ho that camphor smelting bill came from family. The pig well, the pig has 'whatsoever Is doeth shall by God's measured At that moment Hob, tliu Siberian no name other than Piggle. nnd no This result bloodhound, wugged his way Into the ancestor to houxt about. Iloth are standard "all things wurk together Yes, station. Duiiahy snatched the bill owned by Paul Sommer, a saloon- for good to them that love God." unfa-- I above all conditions apparently from Wilson's hand and gave the keeper on South Halsted street foruble and all results temporarily dls-- 1 dog a sniff He then led the beast to When death robbed the mother dog Is God's wny of reward tho basement and told Hob to llnd of eight puppies a few weeks npn slio tresvlng, this treasure, but without success pitifully that Mrs Summer ing the man who trusts htm, who the whined ho Tho following day lot w.'ih again tried to find other puppies for her walls tiixin God for suHteunnce, who given tho scent of the rnmphorated Shu tailed, but that day Piggle. ten delights himself In God, nnd who bill and this time ho led tho treasure (la)H eld, squeezed through a hole In makes God's will not only the law of his life, or the Joy of his life, but realseekers to the front part of the base- the fence. ly his llfu Is concreted. Picks ment, which When the Summer family looked Contrast. were mink Into tho nilaiuuut compo- out the back door the following day I)ok at this picture lllessed Is tho sition nnd every man In the stntlou they aw Curo nursing the pig and ho wus on reserve duty was culled fondling It nH though It were her man, whatsoever he doeth shall prosout of bill to help In tho work. When own. Tho pig was duly purchased per; then on this "Not so Hie ungodthey quit the basement was cotirpleto-l- y for her. and ever since then the ly, not so." And by this sharp contrast und Hiiddeu change the psalmist dug up. mother dog has been troubled. Piggle Is not nursing, Increases the emphasis on the eleLoud yelps from Hob brought the Whenever police on tho run to tho alley In the which Is most of the time. It lies ments that constitute n prosperous rear of tho station, Tho dbg had dug down In the milk pan and then tries life, und the blessings that attend It. a hole about two feet deep nt the to root under the burn. Knch morn- Notice the character tho. ungodly( Onco more ing Caro licks off her adopted child. simply the man who does not live In sldo of tho rear door. the picks and shovels were brought It Is spick and span nnd clean, us a the wny God demands; notice bis Into service and after a few minutes' puppy should be, but an hour later character llko tho chaff; uotlco his work the treasuro box was found, the operation hns to be repeated, doom which the wind drlveth away, licsldcs the money it contained a It's an endless Job, trying to make a 1 call you by tho persuasion of thla psalm to choose tho prosperous life. of clean puppy of a careless pig presidential campaign button Nothing else Is worth while, nothing; William Jennings Ilryan and a check else ubldes. "For the Iord knoweth drink. good for ZVt cents on a Spanks Hero. tho way of tho righteous, but the way New York. When Willie Erllch of the ungodly shall perish." What Really went home with his feet wet his moth- God knows, lasts; what he doea not Chicago. Chicago men spend $750.-00every year for tholr nighties, ac- er spanked him, bet afterward dis- know, perishes. Choose now your placo, and decide your character, your cording to a report Issued by the covered Willie bad rescued a boy who had fallen In the usefulness, and your destiny. Which loard of commerce. Shirts alone cost river. shall It bo tree, or chaff? hem $7,500,000. $ im, three-year-ol- h , 1 111 never-endin- delight I or e I half-hour- I 0 d September 35, 1913. Mountain Agriculture IMPORTANCE OF ADJUSTMENT OF COUNTRIES YET UNEXPLORED SETTLEMENT OF NYMPHS HARNESS Conducted by Prof. I'rank S. Montgomery, Instructor In Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. EVERY FARMER SHOULD SOW RYE. Till is a swi'i'pitiK jdaleiiienl, litil y. tnii) in eiudern neerlhele-I do mil say that every one should always haye largi; Holds of rye, linl futir out of live should have more or loss of Mi is year's corn ground in rye ami the fifth farmer lias a Kaiileti ami potato patch near Deliverance and Disobedience. coming pearl fishers. the house which If wiwii to rye will Tho women, dreading tho Intensified On a rough estimate, It Is declared make excellent pasture for calves that 7.000,000 square miles, or one- - competition, ordered the men to dls It KADI NO I.K8SON Prr nlo Acta ami Kieen feed for the chickens that eighth of the total land surface of the continue their diving, nnd, as the TKXT-"Th- ou GCLDEN srt a God will mean several dollars wort I world nre waiting to be discovered. men refused, a boycott was declared ready to pardon, graftou nnd full of flow to anser nnd plenteoui In more cm this winter. mercy.,(-N- eh. Somo 2C0.OOO of this lies In the Arctic against them. :I7 (Am. It V.) Tho men wero chased from tho regions of the north, but among the Three Uses of Rye. The lessons for the past quarter befrozen tracts that form "Antarctica" homes and had to tako up their abodo The rye sown iti I lie garden ami In the south, where Scott and his gal- In a camp outside tho village, a bach gin with tbo deliverance of the child in the majority of cases in the corn lant followers were penetrating, near elor community. Hut they continued Moses and end with the apostasy of the golden calf and covor a period Held should he plowed tinder ly 3,000,000 square miles arc delegated their diving. One day the women attacked them of approximately 80 years. In almost as a ween manure crop ahout to the role use of the whale, penguin every leseon there Is something pro(o head out. and other animals and birds of the with stones, threatening their lives. the I line il s The men Interfered and phetic or typical of Christ, but two When used in this way it adds a frozen zone. persuaded the revolutionaries to re things may be mentioned with special In Arabia It seems that there la lartfe ijuanlily of organic matter to emphasis, yi, the passover, lesson VI, tract of land unexplored which Is near turn to their homes. the soil that is rapidly decayed in ly five Hut the revolt broke out again, and see I Cor. 6:7, and tbe bread from times as large as Great Britain. to humus, nml a largo quantity of Probably there Is no more desolate the women expelled all the men from heaven, lesson VIII, see Matt. 28:28, I humus in Hie soil is alxnlutcly ne waste to be found In the entire globe their homes, and undertook, In their Cor. 11:23, 24. cessary for successful crops. For the younger classes a most fasthan that which Is called the "dwell- clumsy. Inexpert fashion, to do the cinating story can be told when preMult Teams Which Do Yeoman Service on a Wyoming Ranch. Another use of rye is to cut it for ing of the void." Not a single river housework themselves. The men have hay ahout the time il comes into full Is estimated to flow throughout Its en Ifor their rights. petitioned parliament senting this review. Describe Miriam Tbe local police, watching the ark, Pharaoh's daughter The proper adjustment of (he bar-ne- this, together with the weight born) lilooin tire 400,000 square miles. and hefore the straw and la something that la not given by the neck. Is quickly productive of Although tbe famous El Dorado, however, are trying their best to espying the ark, sending the tab to the attention It requires ilnce It la a most painful galling If the collar at hoards heroine stiff and unpalatahlc Peru, which set the Sixteenth century patch up the quarrel. A considerable lu mother and later adopt! ag it as eTldent that a horae will chance In this point la either too loose or tight to stock. ablsze, has never been unearthed, the party of the women are Inclined to her eon. Tell of the day wheat Moaea made his great choice, of the Uase he to another. enough to pinch the collar up against flesh from one aeaaon A third use. is to let il ripen for country might fittingly ba called El come to terms. thought he could free his brethren, The harneaa ahould be changed and the neck. the grain and straw. Then il can be Dorado, from tha rich minerals and Simply keep the bame strap so adjusted accordingly. but failed, not yet having; tha necea-ssr-y TRICK FALLS OF MONTANA cut and thrashed and the grain used priceless stones which emanate from power froaa God. Then tha 40 at this point that It will work Perbapa the moat Important part men occa in various ways or (lie hogs may he there. Strange, yean as a ahephcrd (John 10:14), the of the barneii that will need regulat- freely and smoothly and yet not be slonslly descend from tbe mountains ing from time to time Is the name-trap- s so loose aa to admit of much play turned into the standing grain. revelation at Horeb, the.conltet at and bring wonderful fragments with Pharaoh's court, the paeaoVer, and the Just a snug and comfortable fit. and while there Is no set rule With an ordinary season the cron them. Hut they refuse to act aa guides flight by night, the crossing of the by which we can govern this adjustUridles demand frequent adjust- can he handled in any of the ways to those who would accompany them Red aea, the gift of the quails and ment It Is an easy matter to manage ment lest they, through various mentioned above ami the ground back. causes, become too loose at times and broken up for cowpeas not aa one can notice these parts erer tbe manna and that dramatic scene of it Is curious to realize that vast later the giving of tbe law. Enough la here time the harness Is put on or taken too tight at other times. When too than July Ifjth. Probably the best parts of the Hrltlsh empire have never loose they are uncomfortable and presented to xeora than occupy the off the horse. been seen by Diitlsb eyes or the eyes lesson period. Tbe lower harae strap should sim- cumbersome to the horse, and when crop of cowKas in the vicinity of of any white man. Nearly a quarter of ply keep the hamea fitting snugly too tight they draw the blta up Into Herea this year (considering the Australia la still unexplored, mainly In Four Episode. against the rim of the collar, so there the corners of the horse's mouth, fertility of the land) was sown July the west, where the population aver For the older classes. The lessons will be no loose movement When causing ruin to the shape of that por- Hit h in the Herea College experiment ages only one person In every of this quarter seem to group them20 the names are too loose, or too far tion of the head, aside from being Held near Silver Crook church. If square mtlea. selves Into four general episodes: painful to the horse. out on the rim of the collar there (1) Moses, his salvation, education, New Guinea has baffled countless the crop is plowed under when A horse with this sort of a mouth ta not only a useless strain on the flight and call; (2) Pharaoh, hie pride, green it is good practice to follow expeditions, though many are trying harness, but the Improper position will never bring the top price on the humiliation and the passover; (3) tha to fight their way Inland from the of the hames causes the pressure of market. Tight bridles also cause gall with corn one year if leguminous coast. flight, at tbe Red aea, being fed In the crops come regularly in rotation. the load to strike the animal's shoul- on the head and may lay the foundawilderness, and (4) the law, God's ders In the very wrong placo, which tion for poll evil. Horses that are Why Have a Cover Crop. holiness, his commandments and tha PARLIAMENT OAK OF ENGLAND alwaya twisting and turning their la commonly the causa of sore shoulgreat apostasy. When (he Holds lie bare over win head many times need nothing but a ders, gsll and swlnnny. The following brief review la sugaway more or ter tne soil is earned The adjustment of the name strap better fitting bridle. gested: Have one class member tell Add to this that a horse never less rapidly by two agencies. When top of the collar Is of even at tbo OBOBIBa of the steps leading up to the Israelii-Is- h mora Importance than that of the travels to well with a tight bridle Iry, much more than we have any slavery in Egypt. Let another puidea of .and that Hie most valuable one at the lower portion of the col- and the proper adjustment of bridles pil present either orally or written, an lar sliico there Is a sort of grinding becomes one of thn most Important pari loin is blown away by the account of the life of Moses up to motion to It as the horses move and Items In the handling of horses. wind; and when heavy rains come the time of his appearing before Phathe loose oil. with no he roots en raoh with his apparently audacious tangled through it, is carried otT TiiyM request, "Let my people go." Let that av V V CURE COWPL-- HAY PROPERLY by the running water, liven the wjrr student not only recite the historical EXCELLENT AS BAG HOLDER facts but also show God's dealing mot Hhtflless farmer wil! go out and with ib'n son of an obscure slave. He Device Is Constructed of Spring Wire In Texas, Where a Great Deal of This save his corn shocks from being Popular Forage Is Grown, It Is might Illustrate by alluding to others Lever-- No and Hss Toggle-join- t washed away by I lie tide, but only Stacked In Fields. whom God has raised up to "do exTendency to Open. the man that can see a year ahead One of tho "pretty" places In Glacier ploits" ln his dealings with men, Dan(Ily It. F. oniNHTKAD.) will prepare to prevent this loss of The round metal spouting of a feed m .sasaT National Park, Montana, where nearly iel 11:32. This will cover four les'Msaaw Somo of the overzealous claim that soil that is just as valuable as Ihe mill furnishes n very nice opening to JaEKHsaalsi everything Is "grand," Is Trick falls. sons. asAnother pupil should then pre'fl pea hay Is as easily cured as clover, crop already concisely as possible that rerai-s'by sowing attach a bag with thn holder shown In the downward plunge of Two Medi- sent tbo lllusratlon. It Is thn Idea of a but I havn not found this to be tha some crop to cover Ihe ground durcine river. In times of high water the markable conflict which God, through correspondent of the American Miller citre ing winter. stream flows directly over tho brow his representative Moses, worked out To be sure one should not be dis of the rocks. As the water recedes an with Pharaoh. This whole episode Sorr.e consider barley very good ' couraged from growing peas on underground passage becomes the run wbb treated as , lesson V, the text be17; of the difficulty of curing the for this purpose since it naturally and ln lesson VI way for the river and tho falls lose ing Ps. 105:23-36ha), for the extra labor In curing the stools out more profusely than rye. several feet In height, but gain In the record of tbe passover. This latluy Is amply repaid In tho superior Hut it will not thrive on as poor added beauty. The photograph shows ter, the great feast of tho Jewe and quality of the feed. soil as rye, and is perhaps more the water flowing over tho rocks and Christ who Is our passover ought to Pea vines contain a great surplus of to winter kill. Wheat of from the lower passage at the same be carefully and yet emphatically preand this must be cured out by liable water sented. Let us not neglect to present One of the most famous of the many time. hay is bulked. It course makes a good cover crop the. sun before tho the Bible teaching on this, one of the where il grows well. Winter oals famous oak trees In England Is the Is best to let It lie on tbe ground as greatest truths ever revealed to man being successfully raised by Parliament oak, once Included within ROMANCE OF AN OLD BOOK long as possible without Injury, then also is by a gracious, loving, heavenly father, the bounds of the Royal Sherwood for put Into the shocks. a number of farmers in this region. 9:22. est. It derives Its name from a parlia ) It must be handled as much as pos- This crop is better adapted to more ment having been held under !t by A copy of Henjamln Franklin's "Dis Heb. Member as Spokesman. sible In tho early morning whilo tha southern climates. The third episode can be presented Kdward I. In 1290. Tho girth of this sertation on Liberty and Necessity," Big Holder That Is Quickly Adjusted dew Is on In order to provent the tree Is SiS feet, C Inches. It still flour which was printed In 1775 and sold at If In class by a student, or If the reTime to Sow Fall Grains. and Locked by One Motion of the scattering of tho leaves, which are that time for the small sum of halt a view a general one by For lale fall and wittier pasture Ishes. though only tho outer shell re crown, was sold recently for $5,000 at school.is Let some particulartho whole the most valuable of tho plant, Lever. mains, supported by Iron rods. class seIf onn has a largo barn whore there rye should be sown in August if a London dealer's. lect one of Us members aa spokesman. and Is constructed of spring wire and li n good circulation of air tho hay A romantic history Is associated possible, and grain crops during Ihe a toggle-join- t lever. The lever Is nib) bo put thero even before It Is 'EXAS HAS ONLY "D0GAR00" with this book. It Is believed that only This embraces lessons VII and VIII and Is a gracious revelation of God'a made of stake Iron, one Inch wldo and thoroughly cured provided It Is not last of September nml early hi Ocabout 100 copies of the original "Dis protecting care and nlso his abundant tober, or course it has been jo dr Inch thick. The end of Iho bulked In largn quantities. Tho city of San Antonio, Texas sertation on Liberty and Necessity" supply for our every need. In this ery Utile rye has boasts of being the homo of the only spouting must havn a llango at tho It Is not possible to stack pea hay this year thai were printed. The edition was sup bottom. When thn hug ta In placo and In thn open with any degree of However one can see "Dogaroo" In tho world, or at least the pressed, and the volume sold at Sothe section is another and a most beautir been sown. ful Hdjiiutcd tho lever locks the holder unless special preparations are an occasional Hold that is green only one In captivity. The animal has by's and one other are the only re- so suggestion of that "living bread" freely provided for all who will Itself and has no tendency to open. niado. puzzled both Mexican and American maining copies known. and pretty since Ihe recent rains. accept. Square spouting enn be fitted with naturalists. The "Dogaroo" Is owned, lu Texas, whore a groat deal of this About 50 years ago Henry Stevens, it) tune should he lo- -t now m Coming now to tho last great epi round ends to fit thn bags. popular foragu Is grown. It is stacked founder of tho firm of Messrs. Henry sode of this quarter, the events ln con by setting four posts In cutting corn, preparing the sod and Manu, nodr)"welf a former In tho field xlcan Stevens of Great Russell street, Lon nection with the giving of the law, untenant under General Madero in the MIXED DIET FOR THE SWINE tho ground, making a squaro 12 feet sowing the seed. bought this copy for a small sum. we embrace lessons IX, X, XI and XII. Preparation of Ground and Seeding Mexican revolution, "llrijlda." as the don, across. He then offered It to tho British Hefore God gave them the various The cured hay Is stacked between If your ground is not too sleep animal has been named, resembles a museum for $10, but It was declined on commandments Corn Alone Is Not ac Good or Profitbe Bought to emphaj theso till about four feet deep, then ami slony double disk and sow with dB ln that she bark8 aml WK8 ner account of the price. Next the book able ss When Supplemented by h four strong poles aro spiked or wired grain drill if you have one. If none hort front legs and large was offered to two famous collectors size his majesty and his holiness by Some Protein Food. the smoking mountain, etc. We then to thn posts and several other polos mum iiiuu it'n ucur Biiuiiuruy lu for $50, but was again refused on ac ' laid across, those making a platform can be secured sow seed broadcast those of a kangaroo. A pouch under-- count of the price. It was sold at auc- bavo two lessons on the decalogue, a Tbo Investigators at tho Missouri anil harrow in with tooth harrow. ncath most fitting arrangement Inasmuch as the animal's abdomen resembles Collegn of Agriculturo prove again tl'al will hold another layer of hay, again in 1872 for tho first part deals with the If disk harrow cannot he used stir tho pocket In which tha femalo kan- tion for $75, and what good feeders already know, that when tho samo process Is repeated till $125. It Is an Ironic fact that at both of life man's ,r shovel cultivarelation to bta creator garoo carries Its young. The vegetacorn good corn Is a good feed for the top of tho posts la reached, all ground well with of the sales representatives of tho and tho second part has to do with rian habits, typical of the Australian Hrttlsh museum were unsuccessful any animal and that thero Is no need being covered with grass bay of soma tor, sow seed ami harrow in. man's relations to bis brother man. of withholding It from any animal kind to keep dry, Not less than live or six pecks kangaroo, are missing and the animal bidders. The last lesson Is a terrible IllustraIn this way the hay will sottlo leaveats tho samo food as tbe ordinary needing food, At tho samo time it Is .should be sown w ' the drill and tion of this dual fact. Tbe utter InaMexican hairless dog, being exceptionshown that corn alono Is not nearly ing an air space where the poles are at least six or seven pecks broadLOVE LETTER bility of tbe natural heart to fulfill Us ally fond of enchllados and tortillas. OLDEST KNOWN profitable a feed as corn laid across. The stack may bo made so good or high sounding promises. Its exceeding The freak's mother Is a full blooded supplemented by somo protein food, smaller than 12 feet If desired and cast. The following epistle from a love- - sinfulness and the necessity of tight Seed rye is plentiful this year Mexican dog. Its father Is unknown. where thero Is not muck In bulk It such aa taukugo, linseed oil meal or ii'.ay bo stacked before being perfectly everywhere and I he Herea seed Its mode of locomotion Is akin to that stricken swain to the object of his af- relations with him who alone can keep soy beans. fections dates from the time of the It pure Is, It seems to us, the Impordealers keep a good supply on hand. of a kangaroo. In bogs fed exclusively on corn the dry patriarch Abraham, and forms part of tant lesson of the setting up of the Never bale pea hay from a barn Thousands of bushels of rye should animal becomes very fut and chubby, a large collection of private letters and golden calf. and does not develop properly; tbe unless It has had a month In which be sown this fall in Herea trade IN CANADA RICHEST SPOT commercial documents found In the The two reading lemons give us the to cure. It will mold easily and be territory. bones are brittle and easily broken. s ruins of the Babylonian city of true light of the divine patience and Sixty-fivhogs were used In this ex- wcrthless and when cured properly In Toronto, Canada, there are two' and now deposited at Constanti- tho divine persistence. NOTES. periment, and thoy were divided Into ecu not ba beaten, even by clover or King street, between Yongo The golden text Is also an epitome flvo each. Twelve different ra- altalfa. you gone out to the Holds blocks oustreets, and including the cor- nople: lota of IIae and Ray I hereby make kndwn to Dlbla tions were used with corn alone In and selected your seed corn by tho ners of these two cross streets, .which follows: As regards myself, Glrall-Mar- -what of the spirit of these lessons. two of them, and corn supplemented Outline: Business Methods Needed. rules published in The Citizen last composes the richest strip of property duk, may tha gods Samaa (tha sun) with somo other feed In tho others. 1. Moeea (a)Tratnlng, Lesson I; (b) week'; In Canada. The land alone ln these and Marduk (tho Merodach of tho Tha bogs fed on corn and Unseed oil Few owners of the smaller poultry Now as Hie corn crop of a dry two blocks Is worth, on an approxiIllbte) for my name's sake( I. e., oat Fugitive, Lesson II; (c) Called, Lesson meal and those fed on tankage gained plants know what percentage of prof-It-s season is being, harvested farmers mate estimate, 116.000,000, while the of love to me) grant you a long life. HI. the most;those receiving corn alone Many of their flocks do yield. 2. Pharaoh (a) Commanded. Lesson will do well to compare the crops buildings are worth $9,500,000. New I herewith send to inquire aa to your were most unsatisfactory. these may know how much they spend grown by deep breaking, thorough structures to coat $6,600,000 have been welfare; send me tidings if all Is well IV; (b) Humbled. Lesson V; (c) Con for feed during tbe year and bow started, or will be under construction with you. I am at present in Oabylon quered, Lesson VI. many eggs tha hens laid during tho harrowing, and shallow and fre- this year. Thus, Including tha natural and have not seen you, which makes Secure Good-Size- d Lambs. 3. Flight (a) Deliverance, Lesson twelve months, but further than that quent cultivation with those grown advance In land values that may be ma feel very anxious. Do send me VII; (b) Fed, Lesson VIII. la generally conceded that If the they cannot give any figures of tha by shallow breaking, no harrowing It expected, this 1,600 feet of frontage In word bow you are getting on, so that 4. Law (a) Holiness and Majesty, wes are In good condition at mating cost of production or the actual prof- am) three deep cultivations with the heart of the city of Toronto will I may rejoice; come ln the month of Lesson IX; (b), (c) Commandments, Adopt business double shovel or I shovel two horse have, by the end of the year, a value Arachsamna. from tha sales. time, a larger proportion of twia its tor my sake may you liCesons X, XI; (d) apostasy (Golden methods In your poultry plant lambs can bo secured. closely approaching $35,000,009. plow. live for ever." Calf), Lesson XI L Ken-lurkama-ronaONLY-Nehem- lah 7:30-1liet-'inhome-keepin- g wild-eye- Perhaps one of the most Interesting Prom time Immemorial a little vilsnd least known countries on the face lage has existed on the Cape of Shlma of the globe and one which has, so far. In Japan, the name of which In Jappretty successfully defied clvllliatlon anese means "The Settlement of lies secreted among tho Himalaya Nymphs." Woman In this village Is mountains. tho predominant partner. The chief It Is presided oveo entirely by wo- industry Is pearl fishing, and It Is the men, who are responsible for such women who are the' fishers. The men rude laws as ore necessary even In a stay at homo and do the housework. lawless district, manage tho affairs of Prom the age of four years the girls (fly R. O. BEI.I.RH8, Director ofInstitute, Ths Moody Illbte state, and live In a luxury of Inverted are taught to dlvo, and tho craft has Chicago.) always been Jealously kept In the Mormonlsm by possessing four or five husbands apiece. Alt the rough tasks women's hands. Recently somo of tho men became LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 28 nnd menial labors arc assigned to the hlllmen. and "mere man" Is of small discontented and started to practice , REVIEW. diving with the Idea of themselves be account brBlde theso Himalaya MOMnONAL SUNWSOM Lesson , Evening-Department- sasasaaaBl f'BBBSl? JL "lafcHafsla one-fourt- sue-ces- ' ,a"-an',- I I God-eld- o 1 Sip-pa- e 4 Page Four. KINGSTON FARMERS' QUA. fHE CITIZEN. CHAUTAU- September 25. 193 COLLEGE ITEMS o ? LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA. September A 1. s s o AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES Sunday, September .'8 c m Morning Treasurer Osborne relumed Saturday iifghl from his visit to brothers and sisters in Kngland, whom he had not seen for thirty live years. AMERICAN BEAUTY and MADAME GRACE o oooooooooooi DENTIST DR. BEST, CITY rHONK ISS Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. Fire, DAN H. BRECK Life, Acdderf, tad Live Stock INSURANCE Will sign jour bond. Phone 505 Richmond, Ky. TABLE L, & N, TIME North Bound, Local Knoxville 7:00 a. m 10:55 p. m. 1:07 p. m. 3:52 a. m. BEREA 7:45 a. m. Cincinnati 6:30 p. m. South Bound, Local C:30 a. m. 8:15 p. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. BEREA Knoxville 7:00 p. m. 5:50 a. m. Express Train So. 33 will stop to take on passengers for Knoxville and points beyond. South Bound Cincinnati 8:00 a. m. 11:55 a.m. BEREA No. 32 will stop at Berea to take on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and points beyond. North Bound BEREA 4:45 p. m. Cincinnati 8:50 p. m. Better furniture at Welch's (ad) Mr. Thomas Scrivner, a former resident of Berea. now living near Lexington, has been visiting with relatives and friends in Berea for several days. Mrs. B. II. (lahhard spent from Saturday until Monday with relatives in Richmond. Have you seen Welch's new Dry Goods and Gents' Furnishins Depart" (ad) ment? Rev. R. L. Brandenburg, a former pastor of the Berea Baptist church, preached there Sunday morning and evening. Miss Nettie Treadway of Paint Lick was shopping in town Monday. Mrs. Kelly Hunt and children have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hunt on Jackson St. Mr. T. A. Robinson and family have moved into the house on Center Street, recently occupied by G. IIH.'I. Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. .Miiill-.County Colored Tenrher,.' Will The Citizen allow me a little Association nieetH lii Keren, Friday, pno in the line of personals? Mrs. the 'jtlth, afteriioon and night. Dodge and I expect to be in Brea Mrs Matilda entr and Miss Ada before tin paper i printed but loo took dinner Sunday with late to furnish joti items of news. Mrs I.. t. Heed at Mlddlctowii. Mrs. !Iay, the Mesdaincs Hanson, Mi Mai Lnle and Mrs. OpheJulia, and Comrades Ilrowium: and Karris left for home immediately lia Walker lefl Saturday for a visit after the ",. A. It. F.nrainpiiient. Mrs, with friends in Cincinnati. Mrs. Itll if Mi lium and MissNan- Dodce and are stavinc for two or who have been visiting three day.s to visit the various points ',u'' of thrilling historic interest. The friends and relatives in Herea for National I'.nraiiipmcut. so far as the Ihe pat siv weeks, left Wednesday parade and other spectacular fea for their homes at Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. Peter How man spent Saturday lures are concerned suffered from the rams. Hut our great convention ' niirht and Sunday with his family in of Thursday and Friday with Its Herea. Mr. Horace Yates was on the sick 1.0W members, was of more than us TOR SALE. . ual interest. The supremo moment list last week. Mr. Charlie llernaught and family I Dayton computing scale, cost $100, for me was when I made a seconding speech, for my college time friend, returned home Monday after a two Washington 1 Gardner, for Coin- - weeks' vis it with relatives at McCasky account register, cost My hajipiness si.tiv ille, Ohio, W. Hall. 530.00, a.'o.W. Mr- -. Mdhc Hire left Saturday for culminated in his triumphant elec- Call at our store. Sept 21Uh to Oct. pair platform scales, $3.00. tion, after the choice of another had Madisonv ille, ().. to see her sister, Hh and have our demonstrator, Miss llrst class broom machine, .So.00. ss been coiilldently predicted. Moore, properly (11 a corset to your 7 show cases, all prices, Dvie Miller, who is not Cardner once gave the ecled 1 live. llgure, without extra charge. She (ad M. D. Settle, Dig Hill, Ky. Commencement address at Herea.' Mrs. I'mma Stigall. Mrs. Annie is sent here from the factory at BEREA MARKETS Other activities coming to me were! Hush, ami her two daughters, who great expense to see that you are Apples 50 cents per bu. the service on the Committee of were visiting here from Cincinnati properly fitted. 15 cents per pound Dutter resolutions, lasting Thursday night iweie entertained by Mrs. Matt Oen-ti- ll (ad) Mrs. S. R. Baker. 0 nearly one o'clock, and the con Sepi. cents per dozen 'nd. Mrs. Kathryn H. Jones and little Eggs son, who hae been making an ex- Chicken. fryers. 10 cents per pound vention of Patriotic Instructors, on. The lust K.tptist church of Herea 18 cents per pound. Tuesday, of winch body I was elect- - Colored begins a series of meetings tended visit with Mrs. Jones' Hams I wih I could tell ihe Hist Sundav $l.uo per bushel parents, Mr.- - and Mrs. Samuel G. Onions in October. Rev. Fred Mutchler, Mr. Joseph Judson Harold was elected presi- ed Treasurer $1.00 per bushel.' II Miller pastor assisted by Rev. Hanson, have returned to their Potatoes dent with Mr. Harrell Hoagland as you about these baltlellelds. Wing, Dr. Darrow. 1 cent per pound. Tomatoes Mooie I.eVant Dodge home in San Francisco, Cal. secretary-treasurer. A social com Afternoon. Mrs. H. C. Wooirs father has remittee wa appointed and many Blue Lick. Addresses. Mr. Brock, Dr. Fred good times are expected by the turned to his home after spendinc Blue Lick, Sept. 22. Rev. Howard Mutchler. Mr. Joseph Wing Sophs. a part of last week with his daughHudson filled his regular appointProf. Charles D. Lewis, Dr. ter. ment at Blue Lick Sunday. William Hart Dexter. A new Livery Stable is beinz The Sons of the Revolution EncourGlades Sunday School will age Berea Scholars. erected near the station bv Geo. goThe Night. to Kingston next Sunday for tin? Wren. The Hr.--t United Chapel of the Addresses Dr. Fred Mutchler, Mis: It's no odds what you want you Farmers' Chautauqua. Yancey, Dr. William Hart term was a memorable occasion in Dave Johnson has gone to Covcan find it H Welch's (ad) ington to work. Addresses Hon. J. . Newman, Mr. witnessing the llrst conferring of the on all Sept. Our active town Marshall and our Schola. ships given to Herea College Dexter. Tine Roberts and Arthur Johnson little jail had business last Saturby the Ohio Society of Sons of tli Deinons.ratious, etc. cash system; come in 15th we day night, and on Monday Squire are visiting in Ohio. Revolution. The following people were visitors Hazclwood imposed lines upon some FROM FORMER BEREA LETTER This society appropriates ?I00 to us show you how we can save you money people whose names ought never in this vicinity Sunday: W. T. and STUDENT aid votinc men of character and pro-- 1 W. J. Tisdale, .Mr. and Mrs. Carl to be heard of in such a connecmise in any department of Herea Bratcher, Mr. and Mrs. Japer Mau-pi- n. on everything you buy our store. We will The Citizen is in receipt of a let tion. Tobacco and whiskey had Mr. Cyrus Shott, who is who need lluaucial assistance and ter from brought them down. And all good The Blue Lick Sunday School is teaching in llurchllehl, Ky.. m are descendants of Revolutionary save you money on your shoe people are humiliated and grieved progressing nicely with Miss Porter which he makes several signilli- - soldier. when such things happen. and Mr. Piiglt as superintendents. cant .statements, as a result of his to (he FreshThe society mes Mrs. W. H. Dower was in CincinWe cordially invite everybody to observation while traveling through man in Herea College making tin nati the latter part of hist week. come and lake part in the contest; the mountain regions, concerning be-- t general average in scholarship For the most Hue of w the importance of education and thru the year; ?30 to the Sophomore Ladles coats and suits see Haves & prizes ill be awarded Christmas. lh" value of Iraiiiini: for farmers is making the best general average, Gilt. well as teachers, of the kind that thru the year; and fcM to the Junior! Wallace Adams from Wildie was may be received in IVrea. He says maKiiig t lie best general average in town Saturday. through the year. These scholar I look on nil Miles in part: Mrs. Daisy Gilbert has returned to at the groat work that must be ships are open to any student, ma!" her home after visiting with friends done, I am glad when I Hunk that or female, without reference to Re for a few days in Herea. , 1913 October 3-there i.s a place to be found to pie-pai- v volutionary ancestry, and arc to be our own boys and girls lor paid when stud student returns for the succeeding school year. work, a Herea." Mr. Short emphasize the need of For the Juniors of la-- t year the a paper like The Citizen in over- reward was divided between Carter cTVtrs. LAURA JONES borne, and savs; "Not because I H. Hobiiisou and Waldo II. Davison. am an agent for The Citizen, but For the Sophomores, Carol C. liaiOUR STYLES ARE RIGHT. OUR QUALITIES ARE THE BEST because I see the need of The Citi- son, for the Freshmen, Cleveland ( OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST. zen in the homes where I have Frost, It so happens that all those men Berea, Ky. bfeii, am I trying to get It thoroly Phone 49 Seeing it believing you can see the truth of our words reflected distributed thru this part of the are iicsecinianis oi revolutionary country." We figure that a satisfied customer is our in the iihoe we ihow. soldiers. best advertismeBt so we leave "ao stone unturned" in our efforts Tall and Winter Opening 1913. Come and see to please you. Get that slovc n Welch's, (ad) The call for u can ru In nominate candidates for the town council Friday night at the school house seem a sensible moe. I.el body disturb the pood feeling with which neighbors should enn Milt for the common good of the community. Astrakhan, chinchilla, pony-ski- n caracul. rlniot and all kind of the newest style coals for Ladies and Cheerful and Bright. Mls.es at Hayes Oott's. Afternoon. t The Fall Term never opened so Mi." Mary Coyle and Mis l'.lia Addresses Prof. F. S. Montgomery. Adam visited with Jlrj. .lack ll Dr. William Hart Dexter. Mr. brightly as this year, the Boarding Hall is a scene of plenty and good a few days last week. Martin, Dr. Darrow. It will cost nothing to learn how-tfeeling three times a day, and the Night different athletic fields are thronged properly tit and lace a corset, Baud, at the allotted hours. Best of all and to select) the correct corset for Music Berea l are tilled your llgure. during our demonstra- Addresses Dr. William Hai Dexter. chapel and class-rooProf. J. F. Smith. Mr. James with inspirations, and the "crowd" tion. Sept 21Hli to Oct. Hh. Speed. is of such line younif people that Mrs. S. 11. Baker. ad' Tuesday, September 3(1 Morning we are all glad we are here! Mis Addie IViwIiiil' is attending Joseph Wine, Mr. Jim McKee, the State Fair at Louis. ille this Dr. Darrow. Convocation Social. week. i ii. Miss Jean Cameron, of Doone Mrs. Julia Hanon, Mrs. Sallie .Uterinum. Addres-e- s delightfully entertained the Pres. Henry S. Bake". IIaiioii. and daughter. Julia, Mr. Joseph Wing. Dr. WilSaturday from Chattanooga, members of Ihe Convocation Mon liam Hart Dexter, Mrs. Martin. day night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Tenn.. where they have been atHenry R. Edgeeoinh of Pittsburg, tending the encampment of the. O. Night. Pa., who hae been guests at the A. II. Music Berea Quartette. Miss Moore will tell you. How to Addresses Dr. Taern for several das. Darrow. Mr. Joseph avoid rorvi trouble. Sept. 29th to Wing. Hon. J. W. Newman. The Sophomores Organize. Oct. tth at .Mis. S. II. Baker's, (ad Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart. Itev. James Faulkner, who has The Sophomore class met and Dr. Wiliam Hart Dexter. organized Wednesday. This year's been spending a few days with Wednesday. October I Morning. class is larger than ever before and friends in Herea, left Monday to join the Health F.xlnhit Car of the State Addresses -- Prof. F. O. Clark. Dr troiur clas spirit is shown. Mr. Tuberculosis Commission, of which he has charge. H, L. Mc.Murry will preach at the Berea school house next Sunday at II a.m. and 7 p.m. At 3 p.m. a tlass will be, started for the study of Bible doctrines. All are cordially invited. During our demonstration. Sept .lUh to Oct. Hh, to the llrst thirty ladies who purchase a corset at $1 or more, we will give a handsome Art Panel of the American Beauty Hose in natural colors, ready for framing. Mrs. S. H. Baker. ad WATER STILL SCARCE We are grateful for recent rain. Hut there is still the utmost necessity to be saving of water. non-partis- an Las-weo Ta-er1 Altho born in Kngland, Addresses Dr. William Hart Dexter. he was taken by his own countryI'rof. James Wall Raine. men for an American. He reports a pleasant trip. Mrs. Osborne tarAfternoon.. ries in Toronto with her son who is Music. there, and is expected Dr. in business Addresses Mr. Qiiisenberry, to arrie in Berea early next week. Dexter. William Hail Secretary D. Walter Morion has just returned from a trip to the Night. He wa with Mr. mountains. Muic. Address-- Dr. William Hart Dexter. Knight on the Kxtension trip for a He reports few days. that Mr. Monday, September 21'. Morning Kniuht is doing line work with good Addresses Dr. Darrow, Mrs. Wol-cot- t. results. Music. Corset Demonstration 1 Cot sets fcauV SEPTEMBER 29TH to OCTOBER 4TH ONE WEEK ONLY take city and vicinity want every woman in WEthis opportunity and callourour store during thetoabove . at it makes no difference what kind of corset you may week wear, we want to convince you that these corsets will give you the best satisfaction of any. During this demonstration it will cost you nothing extra to be correctly fitted by an expert, Miss Moore, sent here by the manufacturers of these justly, celebrated corsets; to be properly fitted means a youth'ful, stylish figure. Avoid discomforts and ills by wearing a corset that improves your figure and is comfortable. We will give each of the first thirty Indies who purchase a corset at one dollar ($1.00) or more a hansome and superb Art Panel of the American Heauty Rose in natural colors; made for framing for home use. Sec the Fashion Exhibit of New and Stylish Forms in Our Window AMERICAN BEAUTY Free Fitting, MADAME GRACE (Q 00 Mrs. S. R. Baker AT THE ENCAMPMENT. RICHMOND STREET BEREA. KENTUCKY STOVES Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, !, COLORED m NEWS. it-a- Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, 1 '''f. , . 1 1 I Con-iMi- 18-2- Trade at the Cash Store your purchases. and save money adopted the let and at purchases (or MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN Millinery Opening 4, lOVER. The Racket Store JJ CLARKSTON ER WHEAT DRILLS MAIN STREET, Near Bank ' Friday and Saturday, Sept. 20 and arc the. dates of our Fall anil Winter opening for the, display of pattern hats and nil other season'.'7, 1013, HAYES BEREA, C& Store" GOTT KENTUCKY Your presable millinery goods. Mrs. Jennie. 11. ence is desired. Fish, Main and Center Streets, (ad) Herea, Ky. "?2fe Cash r September 35 1913. hand si retell THE CITIZEN FARMERS' CHAUTAUQUA AT WACO. Page Five The Citizen Tells the News runic round on the homo shorter end will Just balance the il collided with n laggard II longer end up while the oilier man handful of corn which it scattered places another fulcrum an equal to tint four winds nmld dm shouts distance, from I he center tinder of some jolly children. Don't laugh. Hie longer end. This done, the man I finally won the game! I helped 011 Ihe log walks lo the oilier end to grind corn for many a meal after mid thus lifts Hie log off the first fulcrum while llm handy man on that. As to (he lumber used in Jackson thi! ground props il up lo (he log In School and County nl that lime, Il was all either again. Then he walks hack lo the Out of School imported or sawed hy hand wilh a other end and lifts Ihe log off fulcrum number (wo which is treated pilsnw by two sloul men. This saw is about the length of the same. This is repealed until In the State and a common crosscut saw, wilh a Ihe log is elevalrd lo the desired handle in each end; only the hand- height. Out of the State Think of ill a man 011 a log les are attached crosswise lo llm it (o any height hy saw blade. The blade is tapering "luhber-lifliiisimply walking hack and forth on like tln ordinary hand saw. The hoards thai made the lower ill Isn't that as easy as falling olT and upper Hours to our own story a log? Of course Ihe handy man on Ihe and a half log house were sawed with a pilsaw. I saw il saw 'em ground is kept busy propping up hy two men, one standing on the these fiilcrums and staging up the upper Hide of a great sawlog, the ends of the logs. Hy means of these Can Get It other standing under it. One pull- eccentric fulcruins, they and the other staging are easily adjusted lo ing the saw down, the other pulllei the saw run its course through ing il up. DR. ROBERTSON EXPLAINS THE This saw got its iuital name, the log. NEW TARIFF. Anol her very useful device was "pit," doubtless, from the Tact that (Cuiillntml fmni pairr One.) orgiually (In; lower sawyer stood Ihe home made wooden sorgum mill. This was a necessity for every tear is often expressed it the re- in a pit under the log. Mul my duction in prices, (hat Is oxprrlrd tit follow, will compel IIm producers Ihoso articles i cul down wages nl thus otTsel any advantage that might come from lower prices liy a mailer means wild wliirli to buy. Till fear overlooks ihe farl Hint tin fall of price makes it possible for people In have tilings I tin I llicv have lieen doing willioul or to buy more than they have lieen using; s, thus an increased demand for (hough the prollt on earh unit he less, will not necessarily decrease the power of manufacturers to pay wages. On the whole the hill must lu; retarded as in line of progress and in favor of changes Hint the masses of people in hotli parties have hint lieen feeling are desirable and nores-ar- y. When I lie. tariff monsure is followed hy the now currency hill business can settle down on II16 newer and heller hnK Never has there heeu a hetter time to make I huso changes and we certainly hope thai they will lie made without serious disturbance to business conditions on the whole. .1. II. Robertson. g" The Farmers' Clinulnuqua nl Waco, tho llrsl in our County, has A mass meeting of all the legal voters of Berea, Kenbeen u brilliant success. Tho place was well selerled. Tho great church tucky, will be held at the Public school house, al Flat Woods, Just north of Waco, with its commanding position and ample grounds, was an ideal enmp for the conference and the big lent accommodated llioso whom the for the purpose of selecting six candidates for city council to church house could not hold. Dr. Crabbe of Richmond was the be voted for at the regular November election. All political presiding genius and deserved great credit for his vigorous and able parties are invited to attend and to participate in this meet-- . MASS MEETING Friday, September 26, 1913 imMiagemeut. You Should Take It Because It is Worth $2 for $1 1 L -- pro-duel- (he most important I'erhaps speaker from outside was Dr. William II. Dexter of Washington. Dr. Dexter was orginally a minister, but in working for religion became interested in the building up of country churches. Ho found that agriculture needed improvement in order Dial the country churches might prosper. He is now oneof the men in the Hurcau of Agriculture at Washington. Other speakers were our own .las. Speed of Louisville, Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart of Morehead, Mr. J. H. Mcl'erian of Louisville, who is a generous member of Ihe Louisville Commercial Club which is doing so much for country life, and such representatives of Iterca as Prof. Clark, Prof. Montgomery, Prof. Smith and President Frost. President Frost gave the second address on Sunday morning upon "Religion on the Farm." It was mainly a Hihle Heading under the following topics! Cod made Hie Farm, On. I: God pul Man on the Farm, Gen. 2r 20-3- 1. ri. Said meeting will be called to order at 7:00 o'clock p. m. Signed by: N. J. Coyle A. H. Williams. T. J. Coyle. J. C. Collins. J. R. Lyttle. W. B: Harris. J. K. Baker. Geo. T. Thompson. J. P. Campbell. S. F. Lucas. J. S. Gott. J. M. Reynolds. F. C. Maupin. 0. P. Ramsey. M. D. Bowling. Wm. Simpson. W. T. King. E. F. Coyle. 0. V. Jarrett. Perry James. T. C. Cook. J. J. Azbill. G. W. Thatcher. H. C. Combs. Henry Jerman. H. C. Woolf. R. R. Coyle. A. F. Scruggs. L. A. Davis. J. B. Richardson. T. A. Robinson. J. D. Clarkston. Preston. Engle. 0. M. Rader. W. H. Bower. C. C. W. C. P. Cornelius. Mollie, aro visiting relatives in Jackson County. Several young people were delightfully entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hallard Saturday night. Refreshments were served and all report a nice time. The Misses Lydia Young and Eva Lewis, who arc in school at Ilich-mon- d, spent a few flays last week with their parents. .Mr. and Mrs. Will Winburn and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hallard spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Whit Moody. Mr. Samuel Rico of Herea is spending a few days with his aunt, Mrs. God Feeds all Men from the Products of the Farm, Keel. .1: '.. God put his Chosen People on the Farm, Dent. 8: God Expects Religion of the Farm, Dent. 8: i. God Commands ll-l5: ets aro asked to notify Miss Kathcr-in- e Cochran of The Sliulio Club, No. II!) Second Street. Many people from tho cities near Lexington are thinning lo become subscribers for these concerts. The opera house will willioul doubl bo crowded lo tho doors on each of these evenings witli a lvrillianl audience of society and musical folk. (ad) UNITED STATES NEWS. (Continued from I'ago One.) Industry 2; IL': Farm. Prov. 10: I Tim. 5: 8. 27 2:i : I Thess. i: God Commands Economy (Econ-o- m means .Management!, Prov. 12: .'I0-3- S; on 21; 21: Ihe CANDEE PRAISES .ti.v THE PIONEERS. (Cmillntiril from Virv One.) or eight feet directly over the center of Hie iinlNtones. This pole combined with the up- A PIT SAW 27. Prov. 18:l. God Considers the Part Women have on the Farm, Prov. .'II. God lteiu ires Tillies from the Lev. 27: :)-3- i. Farm. Dent. 18: God Gives Prosperity to the Diligent. Prov. :i:5-IMai. 3: Matt. 0: .'t;t. O; per hearing and Ihe eccentric sock- under sawyer stood on the ground one who raised sorgum cane, for il was unposible in thai roadless hill Stars of Music World will give conet in the revolving stone constitutes with the log elevated above him. Those two men raised the great country lo haul the cane away to a certs in Lexington. Music Lovers lie noji el crank. The novel feeding all over the State will meet to enis done by t In operator who turns log and perched it upon suitable neighboring mill. And tins null had lo be made on Good Roads. joy concerts given by Schumann-Heinthe crank with one hand and staging at the proper height withGov. Major of Missouri visited Evan Williams, and Miscba throws a few kernels of corn into out any other help. How in Hie the spol where it was used for Hie President Wilson anil several memthe feed hole with the oilier at world did they do it? They did it same reason thai the cane had to Elman in neighboring city. "as easy as falling olT a log." Much be ground where it was grown. bers of tho cabinet to seek their each revolution. II is heard witli pleasure that (he aid in Hie cause of good roads. Gov. The turning of the great wooden This is a skillful trick. One which easier than can describe Hie prothe writer once tried, greatly to ihe cess to you. Still I am going to rollers by hand was quite a trick, three great artists of the musical Major will head a delegation of bill those home made mountain world are to be in Lexington this Western governors who will appear amusement of three or four chil- try it. dren whose job he undertook to The process is; select a log, no mechanics were sulllcieul for it. I winter. Tho (list of the three con- at the regular session of Congress to perform. The children were turn- matter how large. Cul it the desir- say home made mechanics. The hill certs will be November twenty-four- advance tho cause. when a brilliant assemblage Sulzer to be Tried. ing the crank and feeding the mill ed length. Flatten two opposite country was full of them. Especi all together in usual good form. sides of il so they can trace a ally home made blacksmiths anil will greet Mr. Evan Williams the Gov. Sulzer submitted to Ihe ruling Every neighborhood "Great American Tenor." Tho of the Higher Court Sept. 23rd that They gave way lo me. I grabbed charcoal line with Ihe saw, and so gunsmiths. second concert is January 19th tho Assembly has the constitutional up a handful of corn and began lo Ihe upper sawyer can walk on it. hail Hiem. Hut that sorgum. The best ever given by the beloved Mine. right to impeach him. turn the crank with great speed Then lliey roll it on two small logs The lnsl of these Tlio Governor will now cease lo with my strong right hand and I which acts as a fulcrum. This is made! I vili I could get such was not used lo thai double two placed so near Hie center of the I'erhaps lie southern grown cane great concerts will bo by Miscba exorcise his official duties andVill g hand movement, when thai right that one of the men on the had something to do with its Elman. the noted violinist. This await the result of tho impeachment superior finality. Those wooden concert will be March second. charges. rollers certainly did for they pressEvan Williams is a grand man Kingston. ed out only the sweetest and best with a grand voice. Each year juice of Hie cane. since his debut has greeted him Kingston, Sept. 22. Miss Verna with more and more enthusiasm. Parks, who is attending the E. K. S. YOU ARE A PERSON OF INFLUHis popularity is so well assured X. at Richmond, spent from SaturENCE IN SPITE OF YOURSELF. that a large audience is always day until Tuesday with her parents In (lie October Woman's Home eager to welcome him. His voice at this place. Mr. John W. Webb, who has bad Companion appears an article by is sympathetic and true with a Anna Hryan McCall entitled "A Wo- wide variation of tone color. In employment at Mcltoberts for tho past nine mouths, relumed homo man's Intluence." Following is an him are blended to a marvelous the lyric and dramatic quali- Thursday. extract: 's Mrs. John Powell and daughter, "We are, all of us, whether young ties, Mr. William's rendition of songs I k, I th I I saw-lo- OF INTEREST TO MUSIC LOVERS. established in its own home. Dynamite Train. Mexican rebels dynamited a passenger train on the Mexican National Railway, snuillng nul Hie lives of forty federal soldiers and ten passengers. After wrecking the train the rebels robbed the express car, all the passengers and tho dead. An American passenger escaped injury hut was robbed. The First Snow. Northern Minnesota and the shores of Lake Superior were blanketed with snow lasl Tuesday. It is the earliest snow fall recorded since the establishment of the weather bureau in 188S. The aver-ag- o temperature at Dulutli, Minn., was 35 degrees. is Hiram Marcum. Mr. and Mrs. L. Warren of Richmond arc visiting relatives at this place. Mr. and Mrs. John Guinn arc visiting relatives in Henry County. Silver Creek. Silver Creek, Sept. 22. Everybody around here is very busy cutting corn. Mrs. Mary Hartley is spending a few days wilh her brother, C. T. Todd. Mr. Willie Kindred spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Ben Davis. Miss Bettic Johnson, who has been sick for the past week, is slowly improving. Mr. Wistard Johnson is spending a few days with his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Johnson. Miss Brownie Kelloy spent a few flays with her brother, Mr. Sammio Kelley. Mr. Anthony Burnell sold Mr. Frank Powell a lino cow last week for $10. Miss spent Eslella Jackson Wednesday night with tho Misses Iva and Maggie Anderson. Mrs. May Mitchell spent Friday evening with her sister, Mrs. Cornell Baker. Sunday school is progressing nicely at Silver Creek now. Miss Mabel and Ray Johnson spent bmiday with their grand mother, Mrs. Sallio Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson from Whites Station spent Saturday and Sunday wilh their unole, fl. K. Anil' sou. A FEW BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE 1. two-story, ex-le- nt Hart-lett- No. concrete store house in One large, best business part of Berea. Cost $2,500. Make us an offer. One brand new six room dwelling (will be finished Septembr ) only one-hasquare to public school. All plastered, finished in hardwood, four Also a large basegrates and cabinet mantels. ment about 22x24 feet, and two porches. Can be bought for $ 1,000. We have several nice residences on Jackson street at prices form $1,200 to 5,000. 1 lf No. 2. No. 3. No. 4. We also have several Blue Grass farms in Madison and adjoining counties which we can deworth the money. Also several business liver propositions in lardware, Dry Goods, Groceries, etc. Tell us what you want, and we shall try to please you. 1 or old, famous or obscure, women or inlluence. We cannot live a day without alTecling the world somewhat for good or ill, whether we will or no. "We are all a part of life's forces, whether we know it or not. Ho as humble as .win like, you are still a person of inlluence, if not by your own choosing, then often hy God's decree. It may he only a smile or a simple kindness that you have given to a little child, but il starts agencies you little dream of; fir it may be some selfishness and lack of honor, some weakness in you thai sets in motion a long train of hurtful and sad Intlueuces or circumstances. For all life is connected, and whether you wish it or not your life affects other lives." COOLIES ARRIVE IN CALIFORNIA. San Francisco, Cul. Because Undo Sam has no revenue cutter here the Japanese llstilng Junk reported off Point Arena was able to land 17 Japaneso coolie), 15 of whom were captured. The Junk was soon by men oa tho steamer Henry T. Scotl heailliiB for Bhore, and as tlio Scott carries wireless tho federal officials were promptly notified. The town constable at Point Arena captured 15 men. The Japaneso landed on a sandy bcuch, 18 miles north ot town, and were found In Bicknell (Sb Harris Berea, Kentucky three parties. Dream and of old folk as wtdl as "The Messiah and airas from Ihe operas have delighted devotees of music too long for his reception in liC.xinglnn not lo be a royal fine. Schiuiiann-llein- k Mine. whose rare voice and endearing personality have never failed lo win enthusiastic applause, will delight her audience on her appearanco in Lex iuglon. One critic says "Schumann Heink stood before her amlienci last night erect, peerless, radiatim power and confidence. Her matronly dignity has an amiable quality about it, a friendliness that captivates Unit, seems lo comprehend many things. Her voice is glorious, a contralto full of tiro and depth. is To hear Mine. Seliuniann-Hoin- k lo become one of her admirers ami to livo in hope of renewing the pleasure." Mischa Elman, the"Einperorof violinists" comes to Lexington fur tin Ihst lime in March. All music Invert are eagerly awaiting this trout. Tt hear him play tho Prize Song from the Meisterslngor is to have a never to ho forgotten pleasure and his rendering of the l(uniores(uo is a piece of absolutely pure ait. A number of subscription tickets will bo sold. Theso tickets aro live dollars for three concerts, and will admil tho holder to tho best scat? in Iho house. Any who desire tick- - Oht HtmnJIon Cats bag a fit Brttdt; HammnUm; Sft the use of a repeating gun throws the shells, smoke and gases in the way of your aim? That's the question that started us working on the Remlngton-UMBottom Ejection Pump Gun the only gun of its kind on the market, and used by thousands of gunners all over the country. Solid Breech, Hammerless. Perfectly Balanced. Three Inbuilt Safety Devices accidental discharge impossible. Simple quar ter turn ot the barrel, without tools. Bottom Ejtttiim; Solid PPUMP GUN C ws Take-Dow- n Find tka daalat wko If taUnf tot laad la umi aaj Ha tpcUltsi in Rrainf1oaUMC--t- k ammunition. ahootia UMnMiutioa, ana aoM adraocaa ikiaf L&own lo lha ahoofiny frataroity. piftt V Broadaar Ramln.too Armi - Uoloa MaUlllo Ctrtridfa Co. 9 Ntw Tact Paqc Six. how, lt'11 a lone way up there, nml you'll prob-bl- y Imve to enmp nt my plncc tonight. You'll flint the key hanging over tho door. Go In anil make yourself comfortable." The deputy thnnked him nnd wns about to ride on when Cnvnnngh added: "I burned that ltnsque's trnt nnd bedding for fenr of contnglon. His You'll outfit wns worthless nuyhow. find tho sheep Just nbore my cabin and tho horse In my corral." "The old man didn't take the horse, eh? Well, that settles It; he's sure nt one of the ea nips. Much obliged. Good THE CITIZEN. nel'ToIlio WliHVttouse. "What msn n" of ru,pr tMn w'10 r'aa ,0 ",rlkc ,,0,vn ,nc mnn w,10!,e Tcr' narao n"an!' ""'"vatlon nnd who In a few wouM haxe ma,,c ,hl" hoiXT ot J00 rorcsi rangers wie mosi enecuve corps out.1 of lis alio In the world?" He groaned "Whatr "They're pot him!' he exclaimed. "Kiln, and his throat ached with the fury of his Indignation. "He's out." "Dismissed for Insubordination." tho Cnvnnngh sprang up. "I don't be- report said. "In what way? Only In Here It! For what reason? Whr?" "Don't that letter tell you? The whole making war on greed. In checking town Is chuckling. Kvcry criminal and graft, In preserving the heritage of the plug ugly In the country Is spitting In people. The lash that cut deepest was the our faces this morning. Yes, sir, the president has fired the chlef-tl- ie man open exultation of the very men whose that built up this forestry service. Tho persistent attempt to appropriate, pub whole works Is going to h- -. that's He property tho chief had helped to what It Is. We'll have all tho coal thwart. "Hedflold will go next. The thieves, water power thieves, poachers Influence that got the chief will get and free grass pirates piling In on us Hugh, lies too good a man to escape, In mobs. They'll cat up the forest. I Then, as Swenson says, the thieves see the finish of the whole business. will roll In upon us to slash nnd burn nnd corrupt. What n country! What They'll put some western mnn In somebody they can work. Then where 8 country! As he reached the end of this line of will we be?" Cavnnagh's young heart burned with despairing thought he came back to Indignation, but ho tried to check tho the question of his remaining personal obligations. Wetherford must be cared other man's torrent of protest. "I can't believe It. There's somo for, and then-a- nd then there wns Virmistake. Maybe they've mado him ginia waiting for til in at this moment. the secretary of tho department or "For her sake, to snve her from hu mlllntlon, I will help her father to freesomething." "No, they haven't. They've thrown dom." This brought him back to the hidehim out. They've downed him because he tried to head off some thiev- ous tragedy of the heights, and with ery of coal mines In Alaska." The that thought the last shred of faith In man was ready to weep with chagrin the senso of Justice In the state vanand Indignant sorrow. Ills volco ished. "Tbey will never discover those murchoked, and he turned away to conceal his emotion. derers. They will permit this outrage Cavanagh put the letter back Into to pass unpunished, like the others. It his pocket nnd mounted his horse. will be merely another 'dramatic Incl- "Well, go on back to your work, dent' In the history of the range." Ills pony of Its own accord turned Swenson. I'm going to town to get the supervisor on the wire and And and by a circuitous route headed at last for the borne canyon as If It knew out what It all means." CavaHo was almost as badly stunned by Its master's wavering mind. tho significance of Swenson'a news aa nagh observed what he was doing, but Bwenson himself. Could it be possible his lax band did not Intervene. Helpthat the man who had built up the less to make the decision himself, he field service of tho bureau the man welcomed the Intervention of tho homwhose clean handed patriotism had ing Instinct of bis horse. With bent held the boys together, making tbem head and brooding face be returned to every year more clearly a unit, a lit- the silence of the trail and the lonelitle army of enthusiasts could It be ness of the hills. possible that the originator, the organizer of this great plan, had been CHAPTER XVII. stricken down Just when his Influence CAVA.XAOIt'S LAST VIOII. BCOt.tS. was of most account? He refused to N his solitary ride upward and believe It of an administration pledged homeward the ranger searchto the cause of conservation. ed his heart and found It bitAs he entered the town ho was ter and disloyal. Love had struck Instantly by the change In the lnterfend with duty, and pride had faces turned toward him, in the Jocuchecked and defeated love. Ills path, greetings hurled at him. "Hello, no longer lar definite, clear Mr. Cossack! What do you think of away aimlessly, andIn vague, loopisl lost obscure your chief now?" mennderlngs. Ills world had suddenly "This will put nn end to your In- grown gray. lie hnd no trade, no busl fernal nonsense," said another. "We'll ness, no special skill save In the ways of the mountaineer, and to return to bis ancestral home In Kngland nt the moment seemed n woeful confession of failure. It was again dusk as he rode up to his own hitching polo and slipped from the saddle. Wetherford came out. Indicating by hnrh hn.i i..nn it,,.... "What's the matter. Swcnson? You look as If you had lost n friend." "I hnve." answered the guard short- ly, "and so hare you. The chief Is I September 3.ct t9'3- - Cavanagh, Forest ooooooooooooooooo JIM AND THE ROBBERS By GEORQE ELMER COBB. When llllnky Itogers, loafer, claim Juniper and mountain plrato, rode Into Prospect on a stolen horse and out of It on a rail, fancifully adorned with tar and feathers, the town considered that they had seen tho last of him. Jim Tousey shared tho hopo. It was his horse that had been stolen down at Golden Gulch. Ho had trailed hla deipoller, finding him In tho midst of festive revelry. His story, soon told, led to a brief session of tho Tlllanco commlttco and tho prompt expulsion of llllnky. The Judge, old Cyrus Pennypacker, Invited Jim as a stranger, up to tho house. There Jim met his fata In the ahapo of winsome, wondrously lovely Klilo Pennypacker, He lingered. Golden Gulch had no further attraction for him, and he went to work at Prospect. It was a bad time to try and carve In Ranger The Great Conservation Novel day." As the two otllocrs rode nway leaned heavily on his pommel By HAMLIN GARLAND and stnrod at the ranger with wide i eyes. Ills face was drawn and bis lips dry. "They'll Ret mel They'll Ret Copyrlfht, 1910, by Karelin Garland me!" he said. "Oh, no, they won't," rejoined Cnvnnngh. "You're all right yet. They SYNOPSIS. How could they, Lee Vlrrlnu Wetherford. who hu been suspect nothing. to an eastern school for years, returns with you In uniform nml In my com 10 ltoarinic Fork. Her mother, a coir, pany?" masculine woman, ts running a shabby "All the snme. I'm scared. That boarding houte, where whlJkjr U sold man Haines hnd his eyes on me every without licence. Lee meets floss Cavanagh. forest ranHe saw right through roe. ger, and Forest Supervisor Itedfleld. Cav- minute. anagh and I.ee become Interested In each They'll get me, and they'll charge me up with that killing." ether. Liza Wetherford, Lee's mother, become "No, they won't, I tell you," Insisted h the ranger. "Halmw suspected nothing. "L ln,prov f1 V.k ,lttIu uai1 e ncver 8aw ? RedfleM oon.pllmeM her." , Greer, a ranchman, threatens Cavanagh. fore nnd has nothing but a descrlp-Le- e U disgusted with her surroundings, tlon to go by, so cheer up. Your unl- Lire ceases her elicit whisky selling. Mrs. form and your iiosltlon with me will Nedfleld Invites Lee to visit Elk Lode. nedfleld tells Lee about Cavanagh'a ln make you safe perfectly safe. They'll terming career and explains tha work find the Basque's camp burned and and troubles of (ha tooaat service. the sheep In charge of tho dog. and Xee Is 3etlgMe3 with tha culture shown they'll fancy that you have skipped Lodge. Cavanagh rides sixty miles t Elk across the range. Hut see here, old to spend tt)e evening with her. Cavanagh'a love for Lee grows. Mm man," and he turned on him sharply, Redfleld Ukes Lee, but dislikes her moth, "you didn't tell me the whole truth. or and thinks Cavanagh'a lova affair la You said you were out on parole." foolish. "I couldn't tell you the whole truth," The doctor orders Lis to cease work and diet herself. She rebels. Cavanagh replied the fugitive. "Uut I will now. arrests Gregg's son and a stranger named I was In for a life sentence. I was Edwards a poachers. Iloartnr Pork rowdies attempt to tcua desperate for the open air and homethe prisoners, but Lisa and La arm sick for the mountains, and I struck themselves and help Cavanagh. down one of the guards. I was willThey a rive away the rougns, and Cv- - ing to do anything to get out I hla nHMn.H In Tin. am Anati get back to this , thought If I could Hlgley for trial. Edwards, whoa fin has been paid, country and uiy wife and child I'd be Joins Cavanagh at his cabin. He telle gnfp. I ..aid I'd bo willing to eo baci Cavanagh he la Ed Wetherford, Lae'a to the pen If necessary, but I'm not. ramer. Le ininxs he is dead. TTeTlierTor3 am Cavanagti find a sheep I can't do It, I'd die there. You must herder with smallpox. Wetherford be- save me for my girl's sake." comes nurse. Cavanagh finds two sheep His voice and eyes were wild with a herders murdered.. . kind of desperate fury of fear, and Turning the flock upward toward the Cavanagh. moved to pity, assured him nigner peaks, the ranger commanded of his aid, "Now, listen." ho said, the collie to their heels and so, having "I'm going to shield you on account redeemed bis promise, rode back to the of your work for that poor shepherd cabin, where he found Wetherford sad- - and for your daughter's sake. It's my died and ready for bis momentous trip duty to apprehend you, of course, but to the valley. He had shaved away I'm going to protect you. The safest his gray beard, and bad Ross been un- - thing for you to do Is to go back to prepared for these changes he would my cabin. Hide slow, so as not to get have been puzzled to account for this there till they're gone. They'll ride decidedly military figure sitting statu- - over to tho sawmill without doubt. If j they come buck this way remember esquely on his pony before the door. "You can prove an alibi." he called that the deputy saw you only as a as he drew near. "Gregg himself would ragged old man with a long beard nnd never recognize you now." tthat Haines has nothing but n printed j Wetherford wns In no mood for Jok- - description to go by. There's no use You are a marked lng. "Llze will. I wore a mustache In trying to ttee. the old days, und there's n scar on my man In that uniform, nnd you are safer right here with me than any- chin." As ho rode be confided this strnngo where else this side of Chicago. thing to Cavanagh. "1 know," said he, Haines Is likely to cross the divide In "that I.lzo Is old and wrinkled, for I'vo tho belief that you huve gone that ' seen her, but all the samo 1 can't re- way, and If he does you have no ono alize It. That heavy set woman down but the deputy to deal with." there is not Llze. My Llze Is slim nnd ' He succeeded at last In completely rousing the older man's courage. Wetherford rose to meet hlsopportu- has stolen 'her name and face, that's "I'll do It." he said firmly, all. I can't explain exactly what I "That's the talk!" exclaimed Cav-m- e feel, but Lee Virginia means more to anagh to encourage him. "You can now than Llze." throw them off t he track this time, and "I think- - t nn.ii.rctnn.1 rm, 1 11 bring Cavanagh. with sympathy In his voice. wncn 1 conil; ,,ack "nn-oThe nearer Wetherford came to the 8omo oUlLT cIotlllnK for J"00- - und tuen n'1 of scherao that actual meetlnc with his wife the more we' I,ln so," he shook. At last be stopped in the will get you out of tho country. I'll road. "I don't believe I can do It." not let tbem make a scapegoat of you." CAVANiQIl l'KN.NEK HIS ItKXIONATION AXD MAILED IT. watched the fugitive as he declared. "I'll bo like a ghost to I her. What's the use of It? She'll only he starled buck over the trail In this have a man In there now who knows be worried by my story. I reckon I'd desperate defiance of his pursuers with the western ways and who's willing cork Is out better keep dark to everybody. Let mo far less confidence in the outcome than to boom things along, of your forest bottle." he had put Into words, go back. I'm plum scared cold," Gregg was most offensive of all. "All depends on Wetherford himself. While still he argued two men on horseback rounded a sharp turn In If bis nerve does not fall hlra. If they "This means throwing open the forest the trnll and fame face to face with take the uniform for grunted and do to anybody that wants to use an entire reversal of this fool the ranger. Wetherford's face went not carry the matter to the supervisor, suddenly gray. "There's the deputy!" we will pull the plan through." And policy." "Walt nnd see," replied Cavanagh. "Keep quiet. I'll do the talking." In this hope be rode away down tho commanded Cnvunagh. who was In- trail with bent head, for all this bore But his face was rigid with tho exstant In his determination to shield the heavily uim his relationship to the pression of the fear and anger be felt. man. "Good morning, gentlemen." he girl waiting for him In the valley. He With hands that trembled he opened called cheerily. "You're abroad early!" bad thought l.lzc a burden, n social tho door to the telephone booth, closed The man In front was the deputy disability, but a convict father now it carefully behind him nnd called for of small ac tho supervisor's oillce. As soon as sheriff of the county; his companlou ffla'le tne count. nedfleld replied he burst forth In was a stranger. The nearer he drew to the meeting question, "Is It true that the chief Is "That was n horrible mess you stumbled on over on Oeer creek," the dep- with I.ee Virginia tho more Important out?' Itedfleld's voice was husky as ho rethat meeting became. Cavanagh had uty remarked. "It certainly was. Have any arrests seen Virginia hardly more than a score plied, "Yes, lad: they've got him." "Good Lord, what a blow to the servof times, and yet she filled his thought, been made?" Cavanagh with n "Not yet. but we re on n clow. This confused his plans, maklnp of hl.s brain ice!" exclaimed a place of doubt and hesitation. For groan of sorrow and rage. "What is Is llurshal Haines of Dallas, Mr. Cavanagh," pursued tho deputy. The two her sake he hnd entered upon a plan tho president thinking of to throw out men nodded In token of the introduc- to shield a criminal, to harbor an es- - the only man who stood for tho future the man who had built up this corps, tion, and the deputy went on. "You caped convict. It was of no avail to remember that old cuss that used to argue that he was moved to shield who was Its Inspiration?" Then after n Wetberfprd because of his heroic ac- paUge he added, with bitter resolution: wsrk for Gregg?" tlon on the peak. He knew perfectly ..TnIg en,is lt oT me- - nercH where I Again Cavanagh nodded. "Well, that chap Is wanted by the well that It was because be could not get off." Texas authorities. Mr. Hnlnes here ee that fair, brnve girl further dls- "Don't say that. boy. We need you graced bv tho discovery of her wants to sec lilui mighty bad. He's Identity, for in tho searching fathtr's now moTt, lnnn eTcr -Inquiry Fni through. I'm dono with Arocr- an escaped convict with a bad record." which would surely follow his secret Ica wltb tho Stntes. I shall write my "Is that so?" exclaimed Cavanagh. would develop. resignation nt once. Send down an-- , "I thought he heeiued a bit guu shy." To marry her. knowing tho character "The last seen of lilin wus when Sam oi uer miner ami tier mother, was other man to take my place." Hodfleld's nleadlncs were of no avail. Gregg sent him up to herd sheep. I madness, and tho volco within think he was mixed up In that killing warned hltn of his folly. "Puro himr Cavanagh weut directly from the booth to the postolllce, and there, surmyself blm and llalianl-a- nd we're cannot be drawn from corrupt rounded by Jeering and exultant citigoing up to get some track ot him. sourcc-s,It Is said. Nevertheless tho Didn't turn up at your station, did thought of huvlug the girl with him zens, he penned bis resignation and mailed It. Then, with stern and con her In the wilderness filled him with e temptuous face, he left tho place, mak- "Yes; he came by some duys ago, on recklessness, while still he do. his way, so he said, to relievo that I went up a tick Basque, Ambro. o be happy ,W" nd eh.I.ed by some upon the couple of days ago and found tho strange dejection, ho away met Swenson, the chanlcally rode Dasquc dead and tho old man gone, I young guard who guarded plains, seeking the quiet, open places the forest burled tho herder tho best 1 could, and on the Ho nth Turk, In order to regain calmness and de I'm on my way down to report the He did not deliberately ride As bo rodo up Cnvunagh perceived cision. case." away from Ice Virginia, but as he enIn the other man's fuce something proThe deputy mused: "Ho may be foundly serious. Ho did lint Rllllln In tered uion tho open couutry be knew hanging round some of the lumber greeting, as was usual with him n,i that ho was leaving her as bo was camps. I reckon wo had better go up taking some letters from his pocket, leaving the forests. He had cut him-anlook the ground over anyhow. Wo passed them over In ominous silence Be,f off trom ucr ns no uatl cut olm" might Just chance to overhaul blm." H bad a face of such bltterne. that "elf off from tho work he loved. I1U "He ina have pulled out over the It broke through even the absorbed heart was swollen big within his breast, range," suggested the ranger. "Any- - and selfish meditation Into which Cav. He longed for the return of JUhe colo- Wcth-crford ch1: ittvr the driver's seat "I've told you I love you." he said to Elsie one beautiful moonlit "and there will never be another woman I shall tell the same thing to." "I believe that. Jim," responded El sie "that Is why I am so haoor." "Yea, but we can't live on moon shine." Intimated Jim. "Things are going from bad to worse here at Pros- eve-nln- burg. The mines had become skinned out and nearly all the old workers had gone over to the new diggings at Amar. Jim would havo gone, too, only for Elsie. His present mission waa to drive the mine wagon with what bullion there was over to the branch mint at Dorseyvllle. Ills recovered horse was staunch and equal to the long, heavy run up hill and down dalo. The wacon was a heavy one, Its box top being made of sheet Iron with two back doors and a tiny slot over out bis fortune that second-rat- men leavo the wagon. Thon there was a long lapse of silence. When they returned the rear doors of tho vehicle were unlocked. Somn- thing was pushed In, something heavy In two large canvas sacks. "It's a big haul, and oh, how easy I" Jim heard llllnky Ilogers chuckle. "How is the fellow In thoro?" "Dead to the world," retorted Ilogers carelessly. "I reckon that blow you gavo him was a settler. I'll look him up again, though, whllo wo try tho other vault In the mint" "I've got to do something," breathed Jim desperately and for tho first time mndo a strong effort to release bis hands. Tho endeavor was futllo. Ho could not budgo tho stout withes at wrists and ankles. However, ho managed to crowd upright, and then to his delight mouthed thn gag to ono aldo so ho could use his Hps. Jim looked out through the little slot at tho top of tho front of the wagon box. Tho well trained horso stood patiently awaiting further orders. A brilliant idea came into Jim's mind. "Rustler!" bo spoke softly "Hustler, old fellow!" The horse pricked up his ears. He recognized his master's tones. "Home, old fellow home! home!" Rustler started up, made a direct Jlm'aflL' turn, strodo down the road. heart was In his mouth. He feared the burglars might notlco the maneuver. Luckily they did not One minute, five minutes fifty yards, one-bai-t a mile! And now he gave the famllalr direction to the splendidly trained animal. "Oo!" , O ( uuu JTOI The Intelligent steed speeded op Just as promptly as though bis master was holding the reins. Every mile advanced Jim's heart beat higher and higher as he thought of the precious treasure beside him. He laughed In glee at a memory of the discomfiture of the mint looters. He laughed louder, aa nearlng Prospect the horse Instead of going straight home, made for the Penny-packhouse not unused to carrying his master there "courting nights." How Jim's voice rang out upon the still morning air as Hustler came to a halt directly under tho window of the room of the girl ho lovedl A sash went up, then another the sweet alarmed bird tones of Elsie, the gruff, challenging voice of tho Judge mingled. Then, hurriedly dressed, both camo down into the yard. There was a rapid story to reveal when the doors of the wagon were forced open and Jim was rescued. The town waa alarmed and a posso soon formed. At noon that day word waa brought to Prospect that thn burglars were In Jail at Golden Gulch, that tho mint people had n $1,000 ruward waiting for Jim and tho tender of a good position. "Tho llttlo home Is a reality at last," ho said to the happiest brldn In Christendom. fCnpyrlght. 1S1J. by W. (1. Chapman.) ( I i I "' I The-rang- er lie I J eans I """'"' his miiuner Unit he had recovered 111" confidence once more. "Ilow did you find things In tho vnlley?" he inquired as they walked away toward the corral. "Had." responded the ranger. "In what way?" "The chief has Ihhmi dismissed, and all the rasculs are chuckling with glee. I've resigned from the service." Wetherford wns ngbnt. "What for?" "I will not serve under any other t chief. The thing for you to do Is to go out when I do. I think by keeping on that uniform you can get to the train with me." "Did you see Llze nnd my girl?" "No; I only remained in town n minute. It was too hot for me. I'm done with it. Wetherford. I'm going back to civilization. No more wild west for me." The bitterness of his voice touch-- i ed the older man's heart, but he con-- I sldercd It merely a mood. "Dou't lose your nerve. Mebbe this ends the reign of terror." . "Nothing will end the moral shift- lessness of this country but the death of the freebooter. That Job wns done by men who hated the dagoes haled em because they were rival claimants for the range. It's nonsense to attempt to fasten It on men like Nelll Itallaril. The men who did that piece of work arc well known stock ownIx-s- Hands Upl I haven't a dollar ahead, and pect. that doesn't look very booming for that wedding trip of ours." "Jim," observed Klsle, "It's heaven as It Is to have you near me. I don't nsk much a little home of any kind, and you, and mo working all day long Just to make. It comfortable aud cneerrul when you como homo.' "You blessed girl," cried Jim, "you deserve a palace and I'm going to try and get one for you." Jim did a lot of thinking all tho way to his lonely shack over near tho Hope Forever mine. Ho had heard of big strikes In the new diggings, and was resolved to chango his baso and try bis luck. No bullion had been sent over to tho mint for nearly a Ho started to tnko a look at mouth. tho horso before ho turned In for tho night. "Hello! what's up?" ejaculated Jim, as bo discovered tho (tall empty and tho wagon missing from its customary place. Ho ran out to look about tho vicinity for some trace of It. Hounding a rock he camo upon tho rig all ready for travel. Two men stepped from tho shadow of the vehicle. "That will do bands up!" ordered ono of them, and U was llllnky Ilogers I When Pope Was Broad. Alexander Pcpo, tho deathless poet ot Knglnnd, Ijail a largo and Intimate expr!enco of the theater. In bis time ho was a welcome visitor behind tho scenes and most of the contemporaneous dramatic authors and actora were proud to bo on friendly terms with him. Mean and llttlo and contemptible as ho was In many of hla personal relations (recall Ijidy Mary Wortley .Montagu's estlmato of his Inflnlto littleness) ho nevertheless had a broad streak. This, of course, from tho viewpoint of tho Intellectual. Ho was In ready sympathy with tho strug-(tier- s on tho stage, and ho wroto this apology for Imperfections that are Inseparable from playo, no less than from other works of finite, theroforo Imperfect beings: "Whoever thinks a faultless piece to see, Thinks what ne'er was, nor Is, nor e'er shall be." Given Cross of Legion. Mmo. C'ecllo I'harmlnado, tho com poser and pianist, who is among those Just givon tho Legion of Honor decoration, was born In Paris. 8hu studied tho pianoforte with Im Coupy and composition with Augustln Savard. s ers." "I reckon that's so." ' f "Well, now, who's going to convict , - I wu-te- " tbem? can't do It. I'm going to pull out as soon as I can put my books In Bhnpe, nnd you'd better go too." They were standing nt the gnto of the corral, .mil the roar of the moun tain stream enveloped them In u cloud of sound. Wetherford spoke slowly: "I bate to lose my girl now that I've seen her. but I guess you're right. And Llze. poor old critter! It's a sliniue the way I'vo queered her life, and I'd give my right arm to be where I wns twelve years ago. but with n price on my head and old age coming on I don't see myself ever again getting up to par. It's a losing gam for me now." There wus resignation as well as despair In bis voice, und Cavanagh felt It. but he said; "Them's one other questlon that may come up for dccWIon. If that Ilnsqiio dletl of siuallox you may possibly take it." "I'o figured on that, but it will take n day or two to show on me. I don't feel any ucho In my bones yet. If I do come down you keep away from 1 - mo. Yon'u! got o live und tuko euro of Virginia." "She should never have returned to couutry," Cavanagh this accursed harshly replied, starting back toward the cabin. (To bo cimlimifil.j d Father would be glad to get rid of the lobbyist who spends such an un- consclonable time bidding daughter g00d.nlgbt. who counted among his pupils such distinguished musicians as Saint-Saenwho spoko. nnd Massenet. Tho great numHis companion mado a Jump for published compositions tesber ot Jim. He was so quick that bo had the tify to her love of hard work. She advantage. A rock or weapon lu his has not her limited to songs and hand laid Jim prostrato. Ills senses plalioforto pieces herselfbut has only, written deserted him. duets for violin and piano, violoncello, When ho aroused, Jim was conand piano, trio for piano, violin and scious that he was lying In tho botUoloncello, and solos for the organ. tom of tho wagon. Ho was tied hand Her compositions arn marked by a and foot and thete was a gag In his freshness of IdeaB that compel all to mouth. Tho back door of tho box was acknowledge her as an original comHo could hear tho two men poser. Mmo. Chamlnadu was married locked, on tho seat beyond the front barrier ten yearB ago to M. Carbonel of Mar- conversing. sellled, tho leading music publisher in "Think it tho right Idea to cart ( tho south of France. blm along with ub?" spoke one voice. "You would leave him there to Sawmill In Japan. raise a posse and put after us, would There is being erected by an Ameriyou?" challenged llllnky Ilogers can trading conmanv for thn nnmot wen seep mm cioso tin me jod is Kalsha FuJItn Guml at Osaka a Grand Idea of the rig. Wo em sawmill that Is to bo fitted can cart our stuff over the rango. throughout with the latest American abandon man and rig, and get fast machinery for sawing logs Into vari and far before tho mint peoplo know ous dimensions ot lumber, also with what has struck them." tho automatic devices for handling lt Now Jim guessed out thorlddlo. The from ono set of saws and planes to the two desperadoes wero bound for tho other as required, lly the use of thus branch mint at Dorseyvllle. It was modern machinery the dally output a poorly built, poorly protected place, will bo greatly Increased and the labor ana mey prooaoiy naa ue tools to i cost lowered. break Into the safeguarded As the sawmill referred to will be treasure room. They had utlllxed his I the first to be erected In Japan on the rig to cart away their plunder. They modern American plan It Is bellevod bad made him helpless. Tbey might that It will be the forerunner of many cucviuauy uispuie ui mm wum lueir i more, or we modernization In Dart at task was completed least of those now In operation where It was four hours later when the ve- the work Is dono by hand or where hicle earn to a stop. Jim beard the only a ripsaw Is used. mod-donI cr-d- ely September 25, 10 3, 1 THE CITIZEN BOYS CATCH I Parc Seven Cornerop TRICK WITH Mow to Make MANY ANIMALS Of Interest to Women VERSE Two Missouri Lads Capture Rabbits and Mlnka by the Use of a simple Flours Four Trap. FOiTthTs WEEK WALKING STICK Cine or Umbrella Stand Up Without Any Apparent SupportPractice Needed. Nut Tim frat of compiling a walking stick or umliri'lln lu staml upright In thn middle of a parlor without bring supported by anything or anybody seems wondi-rful,says Minn Herrmann, "It la beat. hin about to perform thl frat, to havo u black screen for a background, and to order the atlck or umbrella to stand alone about a foot In front of thin screen. To ahow the audience that there la no pern on or apparatus behind this screen to secretly help the stick to land when commanded the performer can take the screen away for a few minutes until all are satisfied that thoro la no hidden apparatus there. I'aaa the cane around among the nil dlencn to 'let them see there la no pin In the cane's ferrule, and that It ! an ordinary cane, absolutely with- life.' When thn screen Is attain jk place the slick can be hypnotized IQj.i few mysterious mumbling, which r will be certain to keep the audience guraalng In the wrong direction. Then the atlck will aland alone for ns long aa the performer may desire. The secret of the hypnotizing la to simple Make mo patient, kiml, and gt'nlle, Day liy day; Theso two Missouri boys catch a Teach nits how to livtj morn nearly great many rabbits and minks'. They As I pray. -- Sliarpe's Mann I lie build their own traps. The trap In the picture Is sot with a simple four trigger., Tho box Is abore SPRING AT THr "00RH0USE r two nil reel long and otie (Ily Win. Favor In the Advance.) foot wldo. This length gives room to place the halt well Inside the door Spring comes to tho I'oorhouse. The bait and stick to which It Is nt The goodly fellowship of songbirds Inched should be very light, so that rhoir hole, too. their mnrning e 11 ono-hai- that the audience will nerer suspect It; It la to prerloualy tie a yard of black thread from the top of one of the front legs of an ordinary chair to the top of the other front leg. letting the 'bag' of the thread fall to the ground until ready for the 'hypnotizing.' Carrleaaly place the stick wlthtn the 'bag' of the thread, planting the tick upright alt Inches from the chair, making It appear that It Is only by the merest accident that the per' former selects this particular apot. Now take your handa away, and, of courae, the atlck will aland where you place It. The supporting thread will not be seen on account of the dark background. Thla and many oth r feata any amateur can perform after little practice." UNIQUE SWIMMING SAIL RAFT Construction of Device So Illustrated That Any Boy May Easily Put One Together. shown In Fig. J. The clever and unique device pictured herewith may be made by any boy who carea to possess one, says the American Hoy Study the pictures for they will teach you more about the construction than a whole page of teit The making of the body part la H la like a ahallow Swimming Sail Raft. boat and muat be covered with watertight canvas. A soap box. torn apart, will provide material for the rudder as Illustrated by rig. 4 The sail Is three feet wide und five feet long. Tack a stick along the top and hot torn edges, and by means of theso cross arms lash It to the mast. The mast Ills Into a suuaro hole and does pot turn. The sail turns around It ani la operated by the handlebar "b." A m-added to the bottom will give buoyancy snd ot tho tome tlmo add steadiness to the craft. giter CONTROL OF THE BASEBALL First Requisite of Pitcher Cannot Too Strongly emphasized, Says Christy Mathewson. Thu first necessity for n pitcher Is to hnvo control of the ball, says ChrlHty Mnthewson In St Nicholas. That can't bo cmphnslzed too strongly. A boy may be nblo to throw all but If- he tho curves Imaginable, rali't put tho ball where he wnnts It, the batter keeps walking around the bases, and ho will never win nny ball games. Therefore. I would, first of all, ndvlso my young readers to practice accuracy, until they can place tho ball Just where they want to send It. Lot them pitch to nnothor boy, with a barn or n fence ns n backstop, nnd try to put one high, over the Inside, and then high over the outside, and ngaln low over the outside, and keep up this practice patiently until mastery of thu control of the ball It obtained A boy will find that even but has If ho can't pitch a curve, good control, ho will bo able to win many moro ball gnuieB tlinn If ho hus a tot of benders, but no ability to put tho ball where ho wants it. - De hymn, Across tin; Held- -, hlno pennons of siooko from sociable honllrn.s I rail across to ns. Tho farmi'r.s an; burning tip la.l year's rubbish. Crippled Charlie leans lip along tho hark slops, rest Ink on his (dhows. His ciiilcli and cane lie alongside his twisted misshapen limh. Annie F.am comes to hang out (he wash. No ono could think her pretty, yet not one could resist the appeal of her plaintive voico and wistful ejes. Sometime her face whitens, and Annie falls to thu Hour Anyono near enough twists a knot of her gingham apron and presses it lietween her teeth, and they leave her to "conns to." Today the sprint? wind rufllcs the pale, hrown hair across her forehead and tints the white cheeks w itli faint rosy bloom. Crippled Charlie catches her eye, anil shifting his weight onto one elbow ho waves his free hand to The Reeult. Amur and, crimsoning with pleasthey slightest touch will set It off. ure, she waves hack to him. Iter Traps for mink should be smoked thin hps part in a smile. after ever) catch, as theso anlmala "Flirting with the girls, this mornare very wary, and will not go Into a trap that has the smell of man upon ing, are yon Charlie,?" It. A better way to catch mink Is Tho hrtisipio oice of tho country to use a steel trap, covering It lightly doctor accuse. with leaves or grass and fastening it "It's all right. Doctor. We arts ento a post with a light chain. gaged." "Whaf.s that? We don't allow MODESTY AND MODERN GIRLS marriage hero." The doctor really supposes he has Few Years Ago Public Speaking by found something to report. Young Women and Athletics e. "I didn't say nothin' ahout Would Have Been Tabooed. Annie's tho girl I would have Addressing an audience of girls at inetxied if I if she if we was like the charities conference, Miss Ileulab other folks. I know the rules of Kennard made thla declaration: the poorhouse, and the laws of the "Twentieth century girls are leaa township, and I hain't no notion of modest than any alnce the days of gellin' merried, and no more has l.ouls XVI." Annie. Hut I reckon I kin look at Not many yeara ago the modesty of I, and not break no law? asso- her, can't the shrinking violet, which was ciated with timidity and expressed by An' if I can't, I'll look anyhow! demurely downcast eyes, was a model There ain't no law again' lovin", nofollowed by young women of that pe- how, is there? An' all the laws of riod. They were eipected to faint at the whole endurin' township can't momenta of stress, and It Is to be pre- keep our one drop o' gladness from sumed that they did. us!" Fainting bas gone out of fashion. Oh, , Spring comes, even to the The telephone girl In the Austin flood to her switchboard, sending Poorhouse. who stuck It has no real business to come out warnings to the people of the town while she herself faced death, was no there, hut it comes. exception to the rule ot these times. KITCHEN KINKS The level gaze of the unafraid has displaced downward glances of timid It takes 2 cups of granulated sugmodesty A few years ago public cups of powdered speaking by girl at public gatherings ar and 2 and the sort of athletics now common or pulverized sugar to make a In colleges for women would have pound. been thought Immodest, A heaping quart of Hour will It may be, as Miss Kennard says, womb a pound if the scales arc modesty than correct, although that girls show less there are some their sisters ot other times, but who Is there who says that "twentieth differences in the weights of the century girls" and their standards are various grades of Hour. eggs to It takes 10 good-size- d less admired and less worthy of admake a pound. This is worth miration? -- Cleveland Plain Dealer. knowing when mixing a pound cake INCREASED VALUE OF CANDY winch calls for eggs in pounds Jttal as the other ingredients. Cain of 55 Per Cent. In United States Some housewives allow a half During Period Population Inpound of hutter where the recipe 8 Per Cent. creased calls for a cupful. As a matter of fact, the average cup does not hold In five years, according to the centliree-eightof a pound. sus of 1910, there was an Increase of more than Clear White of Egg J 17.700,000 lu the value of the candy When .separating the yolk of an prodtired III the United States. This was a gain of 55 per cent during a egg from the white to make a period In which the population of this ineriUKUo tlie jolk often becomes country had grown probably not mure broken and a bil of it drops into than S per cunt. the white. This may be removed These tlgures bIiow tho enormous li touching the yolk with the increase In the consumption of enndy will be corner or a cloth wrung out of Children by Americans ellow hit will pleased to learn that eminent med hoi water. The Irnl authorities are now satisfied that adhere to the cloth. pure cnudles are not Injurious to the In Ironing Sheet It apA handy pocket for ironing holder, health if eaten In moderation. pears that the drawback In permitting wax and sponge can be made on tlr the child to eat unlimited candy lies ironing board where the sheet fat In the nhsence of "If." says Prof, Itobert Hutchinson, "tho parent turns hack. mer-mlg-2 hs ing nt the homely, never-endin- g household tasks whilo tho hoy Lincoln lay stretched before thu lire, reading one of the few books thai I that life and community alTorded, i you would hardly have thought of her as a woman of influence. Vet those deft hands of hers thai you j mink or mainly as washing dishes and cooking food and iloitiir other sundry homely tasks were molding, helping lo mold all the while no one knows jusl how far that help went a nation's destiny. For the boy Lincoln was growing up under her inllticuee, was growing to be that man lo whom a whole great nation will always rentier loving homage. When he became n great man Lincoln loved to acknowledge that it was lo (he wise, just and lulluence of his step mother this plain, woman, remember that ho owed most that was good and hilltiential in himself. -hard-worki- SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Berea's Vocational Schools Training that adds to your money-earnin- g power, combined with general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commer-cia- l. FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Genera! Education for th6se not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others liko yourself and give chance for most rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For the Children LIBERAL For those who are not expecting to teach and who nre not going thru College, but desire moro general education. This is just the thing for those preparing for medical studies or other professions with out a 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. geii'rous lad's my brother Ned,' Said little Johnny Levitt. "He takes the middle of the bed And leaves mo holh sides of it." Oct. Woman's Homo Companion. "A A MOUSE 4th Door Berea's Normal School STORY This gives the very best training for those who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fnll and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to kecpright on in their course of study. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." The Held mice had left their summer home among the grain stalks and had made for themselves a warm, little house under the ground. Strange to say, they had no pantry In their house but each little mouse had store safely his hidden away under some log or stone, near by. One frosty moonlight night Skip said, ".Mother, I think I'll run over to my store and get a nice grain of wheal. I'm so hungry!" "No, Skip," said Mother Mouse. "You must not go out at night. Have I not told you many limes how the red Owl comes out at night? Willi his great round eyes lie will see you and carry you away to his hole." "I'm not afraid!" said Skip. "I'll just run over and back again before that old ow! can wink." And away lie went. Soon Mother Mouse heard the "Hon!" "Hon!" of the great red owl. Hut poor little Skip never came hack to the snug little home in tho ground. m. 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"Ah Henry, you have heard nothing but the echo ot your own words; the bad names came first from your own lips. Had you used kind and gentle words, yon would have had kind and gentle words in return. "Remember that kind words bring back kind echoes." Alma L. Kriege. Pussy-ca- t, pussy-oa- t, BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with its affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g institution. It requires certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the 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 many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their" expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay fof 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 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 and $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by .the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLLEOC Incidental Fee Room $ 5.00 5.60 $ 6.00 7.00 $ 7.00 7.00 Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 10, 1913 Board 7 weeks, dut Oct. 29, 1913 Total for term If paid in advance WINTER Incidental Fee Room Board 6 weeks 0.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 9.45 $22.45 945 $31.90 9.45 $23.15 9.45 $32.90 $20.00 TERM $ 5.00 $3l.40 $ 6.00 $32.40 $ 7.00 6.00 9.00 v 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 Where have you been? I've been to Loudon 'Co look at I ho Queen. Pussy-ca- t, pussy-ca- t, Amount due Dec. 31, 1913 Board C weeks due Feb. 11. Total for term If paid In advance 1914 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 S28.S0 $30.70 $3I.70 to Introduce sufficient LINCOLN'S STEPMOTHER ipiantltles of thn carbohydrates by Insisting upon the use ot butter nnd Homo lu the October Woman's oIIh In the diet, the child may gener- Ooiiipauiou Anne H. Mi'Call writes ally eut puro candy without detriment in article entitled, "A Woman's nnd even with distinct advantage, which she shows how This is useful Information, but par- lulluence." in being exercises a ents should still beware ot the cheap, every human In warned I What did nu do there? frightened a little mouse I'nder her chair. THE BARNYARD. adulterated article. Unequal Punishment Two hoys who niauuged to bo rather unruly In bc1ioo1 bo exasperated thulr teacher that she requested them to remain utter hours und wrlto their names 1,000 times. They plunged Into the task. Homo flfteou minutes later ono of them grow uneasy and began his companion In disgrace. tho llrtit one burst out with despair between his sobs and said to watching Suddenly the teacher: "Taln't fair, mum! Ills name's Hush and initio's Bchluttermeycr." Honest Child. "Since you worked your examples so nicely," said the pretty teacher, "I shall Rive you a kins." "Teacher, I didn't know (hero was to be a reward," responded the honest urchin. "It's only fair to tell you that my big brother did thorn autua." Verna's Modesty. Mother entered tho room Just to Verna knock time to see her older brother down. "Verna, how could you do inch d thing!" "The Lord gave me strength," na proudly replied. Ilarptr'a Ver- powerful mtlueiico over other people w hel her occupy mgii conspicuous position or not. Following is an extract from her article in which she mentions Lincoln's btepmother as u woman, who, without knowing it, helped (o mold one of tho greatest llgures in the world's history. "I often think of the stepmother or Lincoln as an example, of the deep and ipuet and far reaching power of a woman, a woman who thinks and loves. A coiuiuonplacu woman no doubt most people thought her, and she probably thought herself so too; a woman certainly, whose daily work was humblo enough to all appearances, a pioneer woman meeting the many needs of tho rough and hard pioneer lire that was all she seemed to be. "If any ono of you had seen bur in tho little rough log cabin, work When the Farmer's day is done, lu the barnyard, ev'ry one, Iteasl and bird politely say, "Thank you for my food today." The cow says, "Moo!" This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Total String Fall Winter $36.00 $10.00 $12.00 $14.00 Stenography and Typewriting 36.00 10.00 12.00 14.00 L'ookkeeping (regular course) .... 18.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) Busineus course studies for students in other departments: 9.00 7.00 27.00 10.50 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use . 18.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. 1.80 1.50 5.40 Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 In no enso will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea if there is tho will to do bo. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and havo a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time in the public schools going over and over the same things, when they might bo improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies vith some of tho best young men and women from other counties and able-bodie- d The pigeoil, "Cool" The sheep says, "llaa!" The huuh says. "Maal" The hen, "Cluck! Cluck!" "Quark!" says tho duck; The dog. "How Wow I" The eat, "Meowl" The hor.so says, "Neigh!" I love sweel hay!" The pig near by (hunts in his sly. When the barn is locked up tight, Then tho Farmer says, "flood-nightl- " Thanks his animals, ev'ry one, For llio work that has been done Maud Ituriihain, states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are may be above 16 years old, In good health, and of good character. This neigh-bosigned by some former Berea student or somo reliable teacher or The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, Fall Term now in session. Hurry up! For Information or friendly advico write to the Secretary. r. D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Pace Eight ROCKCASTLE THE CITIZEN COUNTY Soptcmbcr 35, iq'.V East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else it not KocormponJenet piUibtd aslttt tljaM la lull by the wrlttr. The line (or publkatloa, bat erldtnce o( tood faith. Write pUlily. i JACKSON COUNTY is progresing nicely with 130 in attendance. Mrs. Molllo Johnson vis- Double Lick. The recent Double I. ink, Sept. rain was welcomed liy all. Perry MeColhun and James Morris mailt; a business I rip In McKee Monday Several nf litis place attended the Baptist Association al Sand Oap Saturday. Mi? Maggie MeoHum visited lier sister, Mrs. Allie Callihan, Sunday. Theiv will lie a Holiness meeting at Pine drove. Sunday. Parrot. Miss Minnie Parrot, Sept. ID. Parker has typhoid fever. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harris the I7tli, a hoy. Married, Sept IMh. Leander (iahhard of this place lo Miss Susie Inmon of Merslions, Laurel County. We wish them much happiness and success. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gah-haare the proud parents of a fine boy. Joseph Flinehum, formerly of this place hut who now resides at , III., and brother. Pan, of Cincinnati, ()., will he visitors here for the next few weeks. Horn to .Mr. and Mrs. John Couch, a boy. A. B. Gabbard and family left this morning for Hamilton, 0., where they will make their home. Died. Sept, 16th. Hubert McQueen, son of s Mr. and Mrs. Thus. McQueen. seventeen years of age about and Is the second young man of that family who has died of typhoid fever in the last month. Several from this place attended church at Klnt Ton Sundav. Luther Gabbard left Thursday for Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gabbard left Friday for Hamilton, Q., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moore visited relatives on Moores Creek Saturday and Sunday. -- Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gabbard visited Mr. and Mrs. James Tanksley of Mershons. Laurel County, Saturday and Sunday. rd Chit-agoIk-wa- ited her sister Saturday night. Miss Pearl Medlock attended the Kings Daughters convention at McKee Saturday, the tilth. Hugh. Hugh, Sept. 22. Married, Wednesday, Sept. 17th. Mr. Lonnio Hudson and Miss Matilda Viars, both of this place. May Joy go with them In the cabin. Several from here attended the association at Kerby Knob last Saturday. There will ho a Teachers' Association at Parks school house next Saturday, Sept 2th. A, J. Hose is very poorly and is recovering slowly. W. R. Stewart of Hamilton, 0.. is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hose last Thursday. Nathanton. Xathanlon. Sept. 21. The long drouth has been broken by the rains during the past few days. Quite a number of people from this neighborhood attended the Baptist association on Jacks Branch in Clay County last Friday. Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ilobt. and family of Aurora, Mo., are visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity. Miss Maud Wood of this place and Miss Lucy Bicknell of Island City left the 7th for Herea where they will attend school the coming year. Mrs. Curry returned Saturdav from an extended visit with relatives in Lee County. James Smith and Cynthiana Flattery were married last Tuesday. Win. Moore is attending his brother, John Moore of Tyner, who is very low with consumption. Troy Evans of this idace and Grover Evans of Green Hall have returned from an extended visit Willi relatives in Lee County. Hol-con- ib Rockford. Rockford, Sept. 22. The protracted meeting conducted by Rev. Philips at Scaffold Cane closetl Sept. llth with no additions, hut the church seemed to be greatly bene-llle- d by his preaching as he was a deep man in the scripture. The colled Ion showed a great Interest, being 610.70. Farmers are plowing for wheal as we have had a good rain which was very badly needed. Corn culling is going 011 here at this time. A protracted meeting al Macedonia is being conducted by Rev. G. E. Childress and others. -Robert Bowman and family nre expecting to move lo the vicinity of Rockford soon. I.asville Gadd of Disnutaiila was In Rockford on business. Mae Bullen had a tooth pulled (lint gave her much trouble. -I- I. E. Bullen and J. S. Waddle traded buggies a few days ago. M. J. Thomas is very feeble at this writing. Jesse Bullen and wife of Illinois are back to Kentucky once more. Guess to stay. Win. Liuville sold a milk cow for .$.V to J. I). Thomas of Disputauta. . Isaacs. Isaacs, Sept. 20. The drought at this place is again broken, by a good rain, Wednesday and yesterday. Tom Hrewer who has been working at Hazelpatch is home this week lo fodder. Died, Sept. lOtli. Mrs. Delilah Denhaih of Moores Creek. Mrs. Denham was a devout Christian and a leading member of the Green Hill Baptist church. Her husband, Mr. J. H. Denham, has been dead for several years. We extend our sympathy lo her bereaved family. Mr. Robert K. Taylor and his little daughter, Bessie, arc still on the sick list. John Edwards is working for H. E. Taylor. Nannie Allen and daughter of Columbus, Ind., are visiting relatives and friends at this place. Mary Mcintosh has been very sick but is a little better at this time. Eiisha Peters of Moores Creek visited George Davis Thursday, Sept 11. The Sunday School at Green Hill is progresing nicely with Miss Marie Muyskensof Annville as Superintendent. Ilev. G. P. Hacker has just returned from holding a series of meeting at London, Ky. Maulden. Maulden, Sept. 22. We had good rain Saturday, Sept. 20th. Charlie Fanner and two of his chil-div- n are on the sick list. Andy Pearson and family left Tuesday, Sept. lOlh, for Oklahoma, where they will make their future home, George and Emery Robinson and Albert Frost and Bartie Morris, who have been in Hamilton, Ohio, for a while, have returned to theit homes. Mr. Allen Coffee and Miss Kalherine Maupin were married, Sept. llth. Their many friends wish them a long and happy life. Boyd Farmer 111111 Mr. Vincent Anderson, who left Sept Hth, have gone to Washington, D. C. Carico. t.arico, in. Baker i 2. on the sick list at present. J. W Angel had a new well drilled last week which affords plenty of water. We nre having some cool weather at present. There was a series of meetings held at Flat Top church by Rev. it. M. Marshall. The meetings were well attended. Hev. Marshall is a good preacher and dues a great work. S. It. Huberts is planning to go lo Ureal hilt County Ihe llrst of Oct. lo see his mother. -There are sewn down sick at David Lear's. The attending physician, Dr. Iloriisby of McKee. say it is typhoid. The inrant of Mr. and Mr-"- . Willie Fatibus is very sick at present. Mrs. Lily Smith had a fodder saving last week and got all her fodder gathered.- - S. H. Roberts and Mrs. Lily Smith were visiting at W. (i. Smith's, where Mr. Orhin Smith is sick with fever. They report him improving. Born lo Mr, and Mrs. John Couch a bouncing liny. The infant of Isaac Hines is very poorly at present. N-p- . - J, . Annville. Annville, Sept. 20. We are needing rain very mucli as water is getting scarce. Dan Medlock bought a young mule from Geo. Davis for ?."0. recently Wilson Lewis, one of our merchants, and his wife have gone to Knoxville, Teiin., on a visit and to buy goods. Alfred York and Jerry York have swapped farms and Jerry has moved. Lloyd Hog- ley bought a small farm in Annville from L. J. Webb. The Hew Elijah Cornell was the guest of Jerry York loday. Stephen, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fox, has been very ill. Mrs. Elcudcr Hillard is in very poor health at present. The Rev.J Geo. Johnson, who has been ill for, some time, remains about the same. The Senior and Junior Kings Sand Gap. Daughters Societies of this place Sand Gap, Sept IT). The assooia-- l met with the Gray Hawk ami Mr- urn know 11 as the Clover Bottom Keo Societies in a convent ion at held nt this place the l.'t, Saturday, Sept. I.'ith. There were 05 members present. A picnic It and inth was fully represented by dinner was served with hot colfee large delegation from each of its til the chapel of McKee Academy. churches, besides the visitors were Circuit Court has just All report a very pleasant trip and many.-O- ur renewed interest for the future good co-e- d with the dockets almost clear. The protracted meeting is going 011 nf the Society. X. I'. Bond, one of Die land owners of this County, slop-- 1 here with Hue progress, interest beped over night at John Medlock's a ing manifested as never before. It week ago Saturday night on his re- is eoudiicleil by Rev. J. W, Parsons and Mrs. Wiley Gabturn from a two weeks' business of Asbury.--Mtrip in this County. Miss Mallie bard have recently become the proud Medlock and Mr. Morgan Eversolo parents of a hue boy. Our hustling went to Welchburg recently for a iloelor, .1. B. Settle, on his arrival horseback ride. John Wilson has home one dark night recently unfor-Innatefell and hurt his leg very moved to the properly bought of Mr. D. S. Smith has badly ami was unable to rule for a Albert Powell. purchased of Leo J. Webb the pro- short time Iiul is now able to ride perty where Alfred Truelt nuw-- lives out (n see his many patients. Our mid will move to it some linio be- teacher. Miss Anna Powell, is very tween now and Iho llrst of tho year. glad lo hear that her sister, Elua". Ho is going to put up a drug store. beth, who went to Berea, Sept. Dili, to attend school, is enjoying her Wo uro glad to havo Mr. Smith. The school at Lincoln Hall Academy work so well. j ' j Mc-K- ee r. ly on. Several from Ibis place allcnd-e- d (he Association of Regular B.ip-lis- ts 11k Meal Scaffold cliuroh in Breathitt Counly last week, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Spencer of Wilaha were visiting at Stephen Stampers BODY VIEWED BY THOUSAN08 OF How ard was very sick Thursday. PEOPLE BEFORE FUNERAL Saturday and Sunday.- - Mrs. I'.lla Baker and children were visiling IS HELD. OWSLEY COUNTY. her father at Monica last week. Cow Creek. S. II. Gahhard, who. is working for I'.m- ('.reel.'. Si' III. Id. I'.vei'V'lintl V I the Blauning L1u11l1erCn.nl the head Last View Brings Teari to Eyet of delighted to see the long droulhl of Ihe Kentucky Vjtt Multitude Service Held river, was down In broken by the ipiiet, gentle rains see the home folks last Sunday. In Several Churchee. which have been falling for the past( Rev. Ball ami Rev. Flinehum will few days. The farmers haw been; preach at (he Al Dealon grave yard TVlrm N'r(,inprr Union Newa Hervlce. very busy saving fodder Ihe past next Sunday. Eiisha Morris of New York. In ft double lino that few weeks. Tin- Teachers' Associa-lio- n Key passed thru here one day last never seemed to decreane In length for the Bonneville, Cow Creek week enroule to Camel City, when) tin-- ituy More on, ilioutaiiiU of icraons and Meadow Creek Division was he will make his future home.-- D. rotutula flleil lliroiiRli Hie flower-nilcheld at Cow Creek College Saturday C. Layue has sold his farm near of tin- city hall ami past tins body of Sept. lilh. The forenoon was taken Allml ami will tiinve In his farm al William J. Guynor, lylnK In Mate. Unup w ith papers, orations and discus- Fillinnre ill ihe near future- .- Rnsrne mindful of n heavy ilownpour of rain, sions given by the various teachers. Crawford was visiling in Fillmore frequent show em tint! threatening kle, tlu people mine In n contlnuoui A most delightful basket dinner was Sunday. Whoever read a belter served on the ground. In the after- story than the Forest Ranger! - Suc- itrenm ullcnlly to Unit place In the provvgilon long, that noon Rev. Elmer Gabbard preached cess In The Cilien and its many Ilronilway unit through City Hall park ' and inspiring sermon. an earnest to Hie city hull. It was New Xorlt'' readers. I'nele Leander Reynolds, spent the rpoiitiuit'diiM tribute to It ileml mayor, TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION night al J. L. Gahhard' Thursday. In the long line were at reel cleancra policemen, Sept lib. -- Hays, the little son of while Teachers' Association, Walnut In their ami menuniform, tho ottlclal high In firemen, Mr. and Mrs. W. ()., Gabbard, fell a Grove, Island ('reek, Owsley Cnuiily, life nf Hie city unit male, but for the few days ago breaking his arm just Kentucky, October , ItM.'I. . mnilo up most part the above the elbow. Meredith Gabbard Climax. Exercises Rev. Albert from the great no called middle claf A Climax, Sept. 20. Mrs. J. 1). Pen of Berea visited home folks here Opening Mayor (iaynor's funeral took placo Bowman. nington, wife of J. D. Pennington, from' Sept. (Ill lo the llth. He came Welcome Address John Chailwell. Old Trinity churrh, In lower llroail died last week. She left a husband also to assist in the revival meetings uy, with Bishop Greer, of the New Response L. A. Clark. and several children and many which began Sept. aril and continuYork dloceae of Iho I'rotestant Kpls-ropfriends to mourn her los. She was ed ten (lays. His inllueuce added Recitation Minnie Layne. church, officiating. Ill' body C. Strong. good woman and loved by all and much to the services. A memorial Agriculture-was laid to rent In Greenwood Cemewe believe is at rest. Several of service was held at the Gabbard Morals and Manners Mrs. I.inina tery In llrooklyn. McColluiu. the Climax folks attended the Holi- cemetery on Indian Creek Sunday, ness meeting al Corinth last Sunday. Sept Itth. a very large crowd was The School as a Social ('enter Gran! TEN PERISH IN STORM I'rve. The Iron Clad Baptists will have present. Dinner was spread on the continued Declamation -- Martha Chailwell. their regular meeting the llrst Sat ground and Ihe services urdav ami Sunday in each month. tliruout the day. The program con Good Roads and Play Grounds'!'. York County In Pennsylvania and A. Beckuell. Maryland Demolished By Cyclone. Evervbody come. The Christians sisted of preaching. Nine or ten took will hold their regular church meet part. Ely Moore, wire and daugh- Basket Dinner Ciliens. York, I 'a. A storm of cyclonic Teing on the fourth Saturday and Sun ter, and Mrs. Fox, all of Bonneville, Sanitation and Domestic Science- Eva Chailwell. locity swept over York county, rnrlns day of the month at Buckeye. Every- - spent Saturday night and Sunday Hearty Cooperation Cha. L. Scale. scores of churches, unroofing houses, blowing down chimney and doing Oration - Hun. D.G. Wood. other damage, Dallastown Is supposed Relation of Parents lo Tbe School Wire to have suffered heavily Ray Davnlsnii. with the town has been In As Others See t's A. J. Creech. terrupled for several hours. Ten perSupervisor, sons are known to have lost thcll WHAT IS GOOD? Address Supt. P. M. I'rve. and Bouses were unroofed lives L. A. Clark, Chairman. barns blown down. A cow was carJohn Boyle O'Reilly. ried "00 feet by the wind and hurled TELL OTHERS over n fence Into the road. Commu"What is the real good?" Is cut off. By James A Edgcrtnn nication with five town I asked in musing mood. Lo tu log In Its wake a trnln of wreckWhen you want to bnost a friend age, a tornado swept across Prince "Order," said the law court; don't tell tl I how good he s; ell Frederick, .Mil., and (luring the brief "Know ledge," said the school; other Washington posi. two minute that It lasted did damage "Truth," said Ihe wise man; That is a line senium in a sen- that will reach Into thousands of do"Pleasure," said Ihe fool; tence. llar. I louses and store wero unroof"Love," said the maiden; Your telling bun may give him ed, huge tree uprooted, and, a "Beauty," said the page; seir conllilence and may give him though In the grip of a giant hand, "Freedom," said the dreamer; a swelled head. It stands about were hurled more than a hundred feet. "Home," said the sage; were lifted bodthe same chance nf lining harm as while malt outhouse crushed against "Fame," said Ihe soldier; ily Into tho air and good. "Equity," said the seer. the ground tike so much paper. Luck But there is no unveil or doubtful ily tho path of the storm was not wide, Spake my heart full sadly result about telling it to others. being n bare hundred feet, and It "The answer is not hero." That can only result in doing him struck tho bualncs section, leaving lien within my bosom good. the residential section Intact. The Softly this I heard: Each of us can remember men roof of tho courthouse was torn oft "Each heart holds the secret: who have been slnrted upward by and every chimney on It blown down. Kindness is the word." that sort of boosting. Some one drops an incidental re- Brown'" he muses. "I havo heard mark: linn well spoken nf." "Hello! There's young Hrnwn. He's He investigates, and if ho llnds making gnoil." nothing of moment against the man Just a mental seed sown, but it all those words in his favor have body welcome. The Holiness peo- with J. L. Gahhard and family. lakes root and grows. weight. ple Will hold a few days' meeting A number of our people attended the A few days later Brown's name Result Brown receives the offer All Bonneville Fair of Owsley County near Climax beginning Oct IHh. is mentioned hi Ihe pr nee of one or the important place. On Saturday cordially invited. The long drouth held Sept. who heard Ibis remark. The asso't hen it is up to him. If ho makes is broken with showers. People are baseball game was played between ciated ideas work, and he replies: good the world is before him. The and Bonneville. busy at this place making fodder Buckhorii "Yes; I hear good repot Is of him." He got his chances because a score stood 10 to 17 in favor of anil molasses. 'that seed aln falls in fertile friend spoke nf his guod points llnoiieville, -- The Mises Mollie and ground. to others. Orlando. Lucy Wilson left Saturday, Sept. Meanwhile the friend is not idle. That method of boosting, or someAda Prociss Orlando, Sept. Hlth for Buckhorii to enter school By a chance seuleuce here ami there thing very like it, lias been used tor has gone to stay with her sister, C. B. Gabbard is getting along nicehe .nigs Brown's praises. If wise more I hau any of us probably ini- -I Mrs. Nellie Evans, at Richmond.--Wallacly with his new dwelling. Alfred were in Bowling's mule threw him a few and tactful he is careful not lo over- agine. Laswell ami wife do H. Nor has it been set in motion as Ml. Vernon the llrst nf the week. days agn breaking his arm just In a short lime there is a whole 'the result of collusion. It came Singleton, who received a above the wrist. The meetings on Willis gnntl thoughts and wolds aluml simply and naturally because wound, is improving. Alva Proctor Indian Creek conihicled by Rev. harvest nf abniil voting Mr. Brown. one man believed in another and has typhoid fever. Miss Ball nf Be- II. S. Murilock of Buckhorii and ElBy unit by some employer wants wauled to help him on. to nurse Buck Reams, mer Gahhard proved a most wonderrea was called a man fur an impnrlaut place. If ynii would boost your who has lyplinid fever.-Will- iam ful success. Never before had Un"What ;iliiiul this young fellow jprniM- - him to others. Masnn and children visited Mrs. people witnessed such a remarkable Mason's mother and father near revival of religion in this or adClover Bnlloiu last week. Mom- Ball, joining communities. Elmer Gabbard wife ami little daughter, Mildred, began the services Sept. .'lid anil ire visiting Mr. Ball's mother for a preached until Saturday, Sep! 7th. few day s. Mrs. J. M. Laswell's sis- At that tune Rev. Murilock joined ter and her friend, Miss Cuyle, or him and led the preaching services. Berea, visited from Friday till Sun- - There were forty-eigbaptized 111 lav this nlace.- - Mr. and Mrs. and sixty confessions. A eniianont Kuban Ball are rejoicing over Ihe church organization was elTected arrival of a little son 011 the Mil. - and nlllcers elected. Jiiliu L. GahMessrs. Bhuller and Jones of Pitts- - hard, James R. Gabbard am! J. K. loirt'. I'eiin.. were at Johiielta last Gabbard were elected elders and week looking after their coal and Henry Gabbard ami W. 0. Gabbard limber interests. Mr. and Mrs. Ma were elected deacons, On the llrst jor Ball of Wildio spent Saturday Sunday in November an olllcial mil Sunday with relumes at tins from tins Presbytery will orplace. Mrs. .Marina tiiii, who uas dain and install the nlllcers. It is been sick for sumo time, is improv hoped thai Rev. W. Francis Irwin ing. of Loiisville will lie here at that tune to assist in perfecting the orGauley. Alex ganization and to preach on SaturSept. 20. Mis. Gauley. day ami Sunday. augliii died Sept. Ifjlh bf typhoid .vee There have been six CilSCS of LEE COUNTY. typhoid in this family; two of tho Fillmore D. Bullock is miuly have tliid.-- R. Fillmore, Sept. 22. -- We are havIns sisler. Mrs. W. C. Mis isihiiu' name!, of East Bernslailt. Clarence ing some very cool weather al presHoward is in Pinevillo on business. ent.- The drouth has been broken Allen have hero with good rains which furnish Me. anil Mrs. Clals-rJ. O. Hen-mi- ii plenty of stock water. -- John Mormoved lo Lair, Ky.-of Livingston visiled Mrs. J. C. gan, a foreman on the L. & N. It, It. HENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager Buflock Thursday. John Meser of was painfully injured hyetting his hieville was hero on business tins leg broken a few days ago. Cutting week. -- Working the County roads Is corn and saving fodder is all Ihe Rev. Chambers and Rev. Tinthop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky Phone 7 or 187 the order of Iho day here. Litllo go now. who havu been holding a Miss Martha Ponder is slowly re Creech, ndering from typhoid fever. Mrs. series of meetings at Quicksand, resplendid meeting with eight Bert Mullins visited her parents, .mi. port a May tho good work go ;md Mrs. Jones Durham, of White conversions. Oak last week. The Misses Clara Debord ami Pearl Anderson visited Miss Nellie Bullock Thursday night of last week. Miss liallie Durham of While Oak was the guest of Mrs. Bert Mullins this week.- - Mrs. Lydia GAYNOR BURIED - -- - alow-movin- proci-naln- 1 M. 22.-.M- e 4 ht IT'S GOING TO RAIN Better Come and See Us about the New Metal Roof at once. com-niilt- ee Berea School of Roofing Mrs. Farmers' Four Day Rally at Kingston. Begin Sunday the 28th. Everybody Come. See Page 4.