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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): October 9, 1913 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1913 cit1913100901_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): October 9, 1913 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Is I? E I3EREA (LUMP S I ID ENT ' S I? HE COLLEGE EA KY OFFICE Knowledge It power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge Is to read a good newspaper. 1ER.EA PUBLISHING CO. INCOMORATKI) WM. C. FROST, EAtor-WCMr- f Riml McFALL, Offl E4hw DEAN 3LACLE, Orc.UlUw. MM(r Bmltnd 1 IW Frt oprt itf firm, cm V, al mn4 ".Devoted CcntH n The Citizen BKREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, OCTOBKR 9, 1013. to tlie Interests of tlie MoTmtainPeoe One Dollar a Year. No. 15 Vol. XV. Five copy. The Words of the Wise are as Goads Mr. Mountain Farmer Your Chance and as Nails Fastened by the Masters of Assemblies President Frost Drives Some Nails. Nam. i. A white man is if bet- UNITED STATES NEWS IN Summer School in the Mountains Irish Creek Hollow, in (he moun tains of Rockbridge Co., Va., was unable lo secure a teacher forlhoir school. Two county school teachers went up I hern with a camping out- Ill ami organized a summer school and a uighl school, which wen both better attended than any school in past years. Eighty children join ed the morning classes ami .15 adults ittemled during the afternoon and night sessions. The United Slates llureaii of Ediicaliou will work to have other isolated communities bandied in the same way. Buried Alive. After being entombed 100 feet un derground in a mine of the Lehigh Valley Coal Co. for eight days, a miner of Centrida was able to go to his home three miles away appar ently none Iho worse for his exper ience. The Meat Famine. In the annual convention in Chi cago, I lie American Packers declar ed that the farmer's failure to raise enough five slock was'lhe cause of the rising price of meal. Since 1007 there has been a decrease of from 5l,.rf5,000 to :i0,0.'tu,()00 in the number of beef cattle, and the number of sheep from M.'.'IO.tHH) lo 51,180,000, while in the same period, the population of the country has increased 10,000,000. OUR OWN STATE Mr. Mountain Farmer: My Dear Friend, have the pleasure to send you some good news You have inherited a fortune! Three great chunks of wealth have come to you, and your children will not need to go ragged or unI he is better, because of his ideas. ter than an Indian, Nam. 2. taught. Emm J I I One man's children are better than another man's children, if they are better, because of their ideas. Nail 3. Fathers and mothers bless their children, if they do bless them, by giving them yood ideas. The church, the Nam. 4. school and the newspaper do good, if they do do good', by handing out good ideas. NAIL 5. You can't always select the company your children will have, but you can see to' it that they have a good newspaper to read. Its world news ami slate news, and the most important things hapAn Old Subscriber knows that The pening are in a nutshell. Citizen is the Beit. Not political swnshhiickle parthings impor- Frost's letter don the shuns--h- ut Ily Prositlent-Cdiltaut to know. ought-to-b- e In Cltien readers, ami Second, and to conclude, every readers of some good family newsSouth-easter- n Kentucky, paper, our rorrep"mlenl i re- family in ought to ivad The Cition. minded; Friends, do you realize the ilil First, Dial In' has been a reader liioi'lance that attaches to this sec newspapers, good, Iiail. of ami indifferent fur sixty lioiif Already, enough is known of it to realie that it is one of the years or more. a reader of Tin1 Citi- 'richest sections ill mineral wealth lit' has been system. What zen since il was foiimli'il, nml a sub- in the Appalachian wealth, scriber iiiot of On' lime. Ho lias its future may he in point ofdcvelop-ini'i- il of nalic intelligence, in 110 interest in The ami inanu- of Citiou. yd In- - docs have enough factoring educational only he eon- interests, can general interest in good citizenship to wish that oery family in tin; ijectured. to ay nothing of its agrilaml could hao a clean family cultural possibilities. Already, modern cities ctpiippetl newspapers come to their homes with schools ami churches, are year after year. There i no neeil puts to of recommending the Citizen to any opringing up 111 a way that with it, as being all shame the hnatod magic related in one aciiiainteil Arahian Nights' entertainments. anil inore than the I'dilor-iu-ChiThe Citizen is destined to occupy claims for it. The writer is mi imas a tins Held as it deserves to do. pressed with its excellence J. W. V. family newspaper that he looks forward to Thursday evening in anti- Ml. Vernon. Ky. treat. Oct. a, lii:i. cipation of a good half-hoTHE TAMILY NEWSPAPER. or of ur The first is high prices for the things you have to sell. There are too many and too many city laborers, but not enough farmers to raise supplies for the world. You can get more money than ever before for your lumber, and your cattle, and your fruit. All you have to do is to plan and work so as to have more farm products to sell year after year. The next is closer markets. The railroads are coming nearer. The roads are being made better. It used to cost five dollars to get a steer from McKee to "Cincinnati, but now it costs only three dollars. Two dollars saved, and one of them goes to the farmer. All you have to do is to plan and work so as to have more farm products to sell year after year. The third is better crops. " Don't God send the rain and make the crops?" Yes, but God makes the crops through our skill as well as through rain. He is sending us this skill through the work of men like Montgomery, and through schools like Berea College, and through newspapers like The Citizen. All you have to do is to plan and work so as to have more farm products to sell year after year. To get the benefit of this fortune that God offers you should do two things today select your seed corn, and subscribe for The Citizen. store-keepers, Cure for Sore Eyes. The trachoma situation in E.n- lern Kentucky has become so serloim the Federal Government has joined with the Slate in establishing two Innpilnls Tor its roller. One al Hind-mand another al Hydcn, have Ihoir hands full. Now that a ner- tain remedy is promised tho people are Hooding the hospital with patients. an Somerset Goes Dry. The County seat of Pulaski Coun ty has voted dry hy a majority of 57. Rev. J. I). Itedd opened and con ducted the dry's campaign and il is hoped dial this question is settled for all lime. A drv Count v sent mean's cleaner politics and better morals. Now, Brother Pulaski, get up a total abstinence camapign. Let everybody "swear off" now tho saloons are to bo closed I Williamstown Swept by Fire. entire business block of tho County seat of Grant County was wiped out hy Maine Sunday morning. Two dry goods stores, two groceries, two drug stores, a jewelers store and restaurant were destroyed. Loss estimated al $100,000. An Care for The Women Folks know claim, to be anxious, to protect and help the women folks of their household and acquaintance. And nearly all of them are truly kind and careful toward the women in some ways. Hut it is surprising how many ways there are in which many of us really neglect our mothers, wives and daughter, and allow them to bear useless burdens and endure needless pain. To begin with, how many women "have to hustle around of a morning to get dry stuff to kindle a fire? The husband or son might easily have gotten enough dry wood some bright day when they were whittling on the porch or lounging at the store. They might have rived out a few boards and made a shelter so that there would be dry wood in rainy weather. Think what it is for a woman to start the breakfast with wood thoughtfully prepared for her and put in a shelter so it could he kept dry! And then there is our littering up the house. Most of us1 enjoy a clean floor and know the difference between a clean floor and one that is dirty, but how often we tramp in the house 'with muddy boots, drop shavings on the floor and sometimes even defile the hearth with spittle. Do we really love our women folks when we impose on them such unnecessary toil and trouble? And how many women grow prematurely old packing water. God made water to run down hill, and hundreds of farm houses might be supplied with running water if the men folks would get a piece of pipe and fix it so that the water would come clown of itself from the hillside to the sink in the kitchen. A few such piped springs we have seen but there ought to be thousands of them. And when the spring is lower than the house we should be smart enough to have a pump sweep, so as to make the water drawing as easy as possible. When we once get to studying on the things that save the women labor, we shall find a good deal that it is pleasant to do. All the men I at le.nl two beef steers a year to olfset the decreasing production of Every small farmer should raise ' SEE Chinese right Bandits. Four thousand Chinese soldiers are danuiug for things still hetter; have surrounded the town of Tno Yang where a number of American hut il is a fair sample. are held ami Norwegian Just take notice Is there some wisdom, fun ami by the bandits. Two hundred of (lie bandits were killed as lho. atnews 011 (his Hist page? tempted to light their way out of Could you alTord to let such thing go hy ami you know nothing ahout the city. Liberal rewards an offered if the missionaries are returned them? Is it good to know something 01 alio. Mexican Secession the things our Kaslorn Kentucky Five of the northern states of "correspondents tell us on the last .Mexico are planning to secede and page? Do you sometimes need the ohoer-u- p set up an independent government of our jokes and poems? Head to be known as the Confederate them twice ami show them to your States of .Mexico. The president neighhor. Cut them out ami have ami members of the cabinet have them to enjoy over and over again! been designated. Prices in .Mexico are soaring. Do you some times wish you could travel, and that you could know the American cured hams are selling people who live in other (daces? for $70 each and eggs for $25 each Yon liavo those pleasures when you in Mexican money. Weddings Displease the Kaiser. read the Hanger, or short stories It is rumored in Merlin thai (ho like the one on page l) this week. Kaiser is unhappy over the marriage of Nancy I.eishmanu to Prince DeCroy. Also his new CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE the Prince of Cumberland, refuses to give up the family claim to the PACK ONF. throne of Hanover. The course of I'ditorials. true love fails (o rejoice his majesty. News of I he Week. President Schurman on Bulgaria. PACK TWO Jacob L. Scliurman, President of Prohibition in Kansas. Cornell University, takes a vacation PACK TIIHKK to act as United States minister to Sunday School Lesson. Greece. On his recent return, he made the .statement thai lUilgana. PAGF. FOUR because of her intense greed, has Local News. not only lost n large part of the College Hems. territory thai Hie allies would luivo granted her, but lluds herself imPAGK 11 VH poverished as u result of the lasl Freaks and Freedom of Backwoods. war. Greece has practically doubled her area nml her population, , PAGK SIX and Servia has gained largely inConl iniied Story. creased area. PACK SKVKN President of China. Yuan Shi Kai was elected Presl-deA Corner For Women ami Children. of the Chinese. Republic for a PACK KIGIlT lerm of llvo years hy tho vole of tho united houses of Eastern Kentucky News. on rif Five.) Cincinnati .Markets. readers. II WE GIVE YOU THIS WEEK. This week's Citizen is a fair sample oT what we plan to gio our WHAT is not the host we can do. W WOULD NEWS 1 sou-iu-la- w, nl two-thir- ds Parlia-(Coniliiu- ed There are still millions of feel of bard wood timber to be cut and saw Editor Citizen: ed into lumber and ties, and there Since our lasl letter we have been is building stone enough to con holding meetings in Knott and struct a thousand cities simply Floyd Counties, "visiting Pine Top, wailing to be used. Jones .Chapel, Haven, Sand Lick, The greatest wealth of the moun Middle Creek, Bonanza, ami are now tains does not, however, consist of having n very interesting time at wood and coal, but in (be products Ivylon. In most of these places we of the soil. There isn't a hit of doubt hac bad good crowds and in many but that (lies' old hills are destined of them souls have been saved. The to produce millions of dollars worth number of those professing conver- of fruit long after the timber is sion since we started out in July is cut and the coal mined. I am nt now over one hundred and sixty. that within twenty years, We are very thankful for this, ami hills that are now covered with wish to give all Iho glory to clod to weeds and brush, and valleys that whom (t belongs. are now producing only a few We have seen all sides of .Moun- bushels of corn to the acre will bo tain life this season, from the must covered with orchards, vineyards, secluded to the most progressive. and vegetable gardens thai will And from what wo liavo seen wwfTaiso tho price of land from ten and are sure there is a great future twenty dollars an acre to eight hunawaiting those who have sulllricnt dred nod a thousand. This may faith in the possibilities of the seem like a fairy tale bul il is comMountains to stay on Ihu job. ing as sure as the sun shines. In the llrst place the.ru is the Either the mountain farmers will coal, thousands of acres of three, wake up and begin to employ molive and even ten foot veins, ami dern agricultural methods sending the opening of these great treas- their boys to Berea lo study uries of wealth calls for the buildmethods of fanning, ami read-lu- g ing of railroads and mining towns. Government bulletins themWe have traveled over mhiio of selves, or else the Italian, tho Swiss, these roads ami visited some of the Ceriuau and the Huns will buy these towns, and from the euro with land from tho railroad and mining which they are being built, we are companies, and (ho people s, sure tho companies, at least, look and hy employing Iho forward to long years of prosperity, Five.) on con-llde(hem-selve- BROTHER KNIGHT REPORTS ON and a constantly ness. HIS GREAT MOUNTAIN TOUR. increasing busi the west. Southwest Flooded. Heavy rains Jlooded portions of lexas and Louisiana, damaging railroads, washing away bridges and lumber ami Hooding 75,000 acres of rice Holds. Much livestock has been drowned and crops are a total loss in some instances. Tariff Bill Now A Law. When President Wilson signed the Taritr bill, Oct, 3rd, he had a little jollification al the White House. To the legislators, Cabinet members and friends present, he said thai only part of the legislation had been completed; that a great service had bivn done lo the people and the next step was currency re form. Earthquake in Panama. The Canal Zone experienced earl Wednesday night, Oct. 1st and Sunday afternoon, Oct. filli, each lasting from ten to llfteen seconds. Buildings were severely shaken ami people were frightened, but reports from the canal ollicials indi cate that no damage was done I lie locks or canal. Underwood for Senate. Oscar W. Underwood Congress man from Alabama, and one of the leading llgures in tho enactment of the taritr bill, has announced his candidacy for United Slates Senate from Alabama to succeed the late Joseph F. Johnson. Second Strawberry Crop. C. II. .Meyer, a farmer of Washing- Ion County, Pa., picked two hundred quarts of luscious strawberries, the second, crop this year, from his hill side farm. The berries were of bet ter quality (ban those which came from the same ground early last June. Gold Hunters in a Storm. Cold diggers have built tho most northern city in Iho world, Nome, Alaska. Last week a fearful storm swept the city and slopped the digging. Widow of Great Gospel Singer Dies Mrs. James McOranaban, widow of tho great (iospol singer, recently died at her homo, Kinsman, Ohio, Mr. Granahan died some years' ago. He was associated with Sankey, Stebbins ami Whittle as tho Gospel The singers of Moody's time. cabinet organ w hich ho carried with him through many campaigns was presented to Herea some years ago, ami Mrs. McOranaban leaves the college a bequest of $500. Kentucky Man as Governor of Porto Rico. Dr. Arthur Yager, president emeritus of (ieorgetowu College, Georgetown, Ky., has been selected by Pros. Wilson for Governor of Porto Rico. The nomination of Dr. Yager wilt lie rr care-(Coniln- sent to the Senate this week. Great Oil Fire. The scene of Iho Standard Oil Company's plant at San Diego, Cat., is Iho hceno of a terrible lire. The I'GO.OOO gallon gasoline tank took tire Tuesday afternoon, hut fortunately did not explode. This tank, together with die 1,000,000 gallon crude oil tanks are blazing furiously. F.loven tanks, live of (bom very largo ones, have been burned or are still burning. Kentucky's Share in Perry Celebration. The National celebration of the hundred years' peace between England and America has special interest to Kentucky. To our statesman Henry Clay, was duo the honor if it was an honorof making the war of 1812 and Kentucky troops won many laurels during the war. Tho ropes for Perry's licet were made at Winchester. The state celebration look place at Louisville and was a notable success. The week's joy making ended Sunday with a speech liy Champ Clark, Speaker of the House of RepHis speech was h resentatives. favor oflisaruiamont and he declared that it is the part of America to lead the world in this movement. A Record Jury. The Clark County grand jury adjourned Saturday after one of tlie most active sessions ever held by such a body. This was the llrst jury in the history of the State lo make such a full and complete investigation of the illegal use of money in election. This jury has been marked by the fearless impartial and thorough manner in which it conducted the inquiry. The report is as follows: "Winchester, Ky., Oct. 4, 1013. "To Hon. J. M. Benton, Judge Clark Circuit Court: "We the grand jury for tho September term of court, respectfully submit the following report: "First. We have investigated and inreturned to this court llfty-sovthirty-seve- n felonies, dictments, twenty misdemeanors, as follows: "Five for housebreaking, four for robbery, three for malicious culling, four for malicious shooting, ono for petty larceny, llvo for grand larceny, four for murder, twelve for false ed swearing, four for carrying weapons, four for nuisance, one for assault, seven for bribery, one forfeiting deadly weapons lo a minor, one for gambling, and one for shooting on the highway. "Wo further report that wo visited the county jail and found everything in a sanitary condition, and as well kept as could bo expected with as many prisoners as wo tlml there. "Wo further report that wo had or one hunbefore us seventy-liv- e dred witnesses lo investigate tho Irregularities of the election and examined Ihcm thoroughly, llnd-ienough evidence to make at least eight indictments. "Wo further report that ohr investigation was hampered hy not being able to gel several witnesses before us. We understand that some of these witnesses have left the county to evade service, some were reported not found, and we doubt whether there was much effort made to llnd them, the witnesses teferred to are Ott Stewart, Tom Tipton, A, Howard Hampton, W. C. Gaines, J. Stone Howard, George Ballard, Henry Walters, IL Clay Owens and Charlie Curry. "Respectfully submitted this October ith, mi:). "SAM W. PURSLKY, Foreman." The following prisoners were sentenced this morning: John Williams and Holmes Clay, housebreaking; F.d. Parks ami John cn to-w- it, co'n-cealng (Contlminl on 1'igo five.) SELECT YOUR SEED CORN! SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN! 1 Page Two. THE CITIZEN INCONSEQUENTIAL. DETAIL. October o, 1913. The Citizen family ntwi paper for all that la right, trua and Interesting. l'ulillhrd SCRAPS Is "Hollo!" "Hollo!" "Is this Dr. Fourthly:" "Yes." BRIGAND W PANTING THIEF IS MADE PANTLESS ery T!nirlyJt (lnrtirHirntMl) lltrta, Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO. WM. C. FROST. Edilor-ln-CHiRUTII.MtFALL. Offic. Editor DEAN SLACLE, Circulation M.nir Subscription Ratos PAYAM.K IN ADVANCK Ii.ro 60 One Thtce Month his Vrr Month ii or KsprcM Money 8rml money hy Order. Draft, KrgUtrrril Letter, or one and two cent stamps. The date after your name on label shows to what date your ulicription i paid. It It la not channnl within three weeks after renewal tiotlly u. Minim; numbers will he gladly iupplied If we are notified. Liberal terini gUtn to any who obtain new aubcrtttiou for in. Anv one vending tta four yearly subscription ean receive The CitTien free forhlm.elf for one year I Advertising rale on application. MPMRKR OK Teat of Gravity. "Professor lllobbs la a serious-mind- fv 10S. man "Have you ever Been him at a base ball game?" "No. Why do you ask?" "I was just wondering what his conduct would be If the game were tied and a player on the home team whose batting average was a Joke should walk up to the plato and slam out a homo run." Feailng the Boaa. "What? You didn't let your office boy off this afternoon simply because ne ioiu jou nisgranumomer was oeaur Don't you know that the moment he left hero ho went w'Bht to the ball ..ye' b 0ra.Ml. taking n long chance, looked mo straight In the eyo and asked me politely would I like to attend tho ncral. You can't call a man's size bluff that, can yau?" fu-g- KI5NTUCKV ASSOCIATION. THE HAPPY MAN The happiest ninn In (lie world is the common, evorydny pay chap who makes his own living, pays Lis own bills ami has the respect of IHs neighbors. He saves a little money as lie goes along, but doesn't try to a corner on his local output and ' he is not a slave to ambition or ciety. He never expects to wear Run for Wrong Party. . out his trousers in the senate and Mistress Oh, by the way, Smlthers, when he glides out of bed in the I've arranged breakfast morning be- - never wastes any servants hall for the a quarter In the to be of an lime to pick out the right lint of hour earlier In future. socks, suspenders and necktie that Smlthers Then, my lady, I beg will blend with the general effect. leave to give notice. He only wears a high collar when Mletress Indeed! Why? Smlthers Well," my lady. It seems ho feels like it, and when his pet corn begins to jump, he jerks out to me that this establishment Is being his knife and cuts a four inch gash , conducted for your convenience rather U1 tu in the side of his shoe and nothing i"""1 is said about it in the local papers. A pUMy Bogi -He never has to sit up at night to where in the dickens la that office poultice his conscience. Ho believes boy?" in the doctrine of live and let live. "Gone down to the corner to look "Truth Is stranger than Action." When he encounters one of the at the baseball bulletins." "Yea, and the majority of men "Go and tell him to como to mo at seem to bo shy needy be doesn't stutter with his on' associating with v pocket book. Tho plain plug of a once." strangers." "Don't be too hard on the boy." satis-lie- d man is happy because he is "I'll Are him on the spot If he can't Oh, Laura JeanI and doesn't spend half of his tell me exactly how the' game Is goA chap within a drug store stool, time yearning for something which ing." A picture ot the blues; his salary will not permit. Give us lie saw the talcum powder there Ilia loat love used tt use. more plain men and the world will VERSATILE MACHINE. be better. Newport Times. Pay Day. Creditor I ehomld like to know PROHIBITION WORKS IN KANSAS. when you aro going to pay this bill; I can't como here every day In the Hero are somo figures as reported week. by Attorney General Dawson: I Debtor What Aa would suit you Five hundred and sixteen thoubest? sand children in the public schools Creditor Saturdaj. of Kansas never saw an open salDebtor Very well; then you can call every Saturday. oon in tho state. More than one half tho county A Rawaon. jails arc empty, sixty-liv- e of the "How Is our old friend, Doc 1U5 counties in the state have no Chasem?" inmates in the stale penal insti"I don't know, I haven't scon him tutions. for six months." Many counties have not had a jury "Why, you used to boo him every try a caso in ten years. day?" 87 counties have no insane. "I know, but Oat bill has been 51 counties have no feeble mindpaid." ed. Nothlafl In It 00 counties have no inebriates. "Hut your automobile doesn't turn Patience I Buderstand thieves 29 counties liavo not a singlo inturtle every day and seek a mud pud- broke Into your lather's offlco and mate of their poor farms. dle, does it?" cracked his sate. Kansas is the richest stato in the "Oh! no. Sometimes It turns bird Patrlco They eld. but didn't got I'nion; its average wealth per capita and takes to the air and then again anything. is . 1,700. It turns monkey and climbs a tree." "Wasn't what fat vas cracked up to Ijss than 10 of 780 newspapers be, I suppose?" Plenty of Time. in tho slate accept liquor advertiseNow azure skies above ua bend ments, one of them being in AtchiANOTHER DARK SECRET. And nature aeema to atnlle. son. Tho Baptist World. But I would not be anxloua, friend. To picnic tor a while. I I I , E R BOOTBLACK Anchored by a Bulldog's This la Mrs. Dorklns. Say, doctor, Teeth that new chapel on tho west side and Near Capture, Burglar ready for use 7" "Not yet, Mrs. Dorklns; wo expect Sheds His Trousers. University Professor Tells Story " to open It "I beg pardon, but thero Is so much Holdup by of Thrilling Chicago. A masalvo-Jawed- , never " noise hero that I can't quite let-gbulldog named 1'hyllls. a burg Italian Robbers. "I waa saying that wo expect to open lar In a pair of rtpless trousers and It In a few weeks." Walter Kelly, wielding a shlllalah of "Vcs? nrrnngemcnts have What huge proportions, staged a fetching you made for music?' TONY" EMBRACED HIM sorlocomedy at 218 North Leavltt "As to that I can only say that we street the other day. As a grand " liavo an organ deal on finale, tho burglar, panting and pant-loa"O, doctor, I don't care whether site leaped over a back fence singwears an organdlo lawn or & silk pop- Instructor of Engllah at the University ing a dirge, "Where arc the pants of of Illinois Has Unique Adventure lin. Has she a good volco?" While on His Vacation In the Moun- yesterday?" Kelly lives alone In rooms nt the tains of Italy. Her Wish. rear of a delicatessen store. He waa A Ilaltlmore man tells of receiving a unique note acknowledging a wedding Urban.. I.l.- -It I. not given ,0 ,h. mono 10 IlftVO aaroniurot. i TfnnfM tr-- n present sent by him on the occasion of i... i.r- - ......... in opportunity, adven - Wah nnd Kra.pcd , tho marriage of his chum. InT burjar Jy , "Your lovely etching was received," ev.av j inn ivni, . iiu 11111 uuri uiuiru 6 wroto tho bride, "and gives us both ' ' oo strong for Kelly and broke away. pleasure. It Is now In tho parlor when you arc "1 looking. but not before he had received a hanging above tho piano, where wo tho caso of Mclvln A. Holllnshead, who sounding rap on the back with the hopo to see you very soon, and as often returned recently from a trip to Europe. as you And It agreeable." Mr. Holllnshead Is an Instructor lu Kngltah at the University of Illinois. Life Amona the Lowly. vacation ho went to the Doing poor has some recompenses." For remarked the lady with the wealth of shores of the Mediterranean and found a great delight In burrowing Into tho Imported hair. little hamlota and out of tho way "How now!" "When another Boclety damo Insults places. One afternoon he sot out from me, I have to take It. Hut my washer- - tho Itallnn vlllago of Verona. A little , v nTrnn, tired from his climb, he rounded a i.nmon , ione of hep numt,rous ,ady frlcndg bend In the trail and rimn In view of a pretty hamlet nestling beneath the j overhanging mountain. Of course MANY SHY AT IT. there was the Inevitable inn. He called for wine. Seated at a table were three men. They were swarthy, evil looking fellows with bandanas around their beetling brows. Tho Instructor lingered and spent hta money like a Bailor. In thp nvpnlnr lit. .ituntpri.fi I forth to drink In the beautlea of the ' nljht Loat In tho wonder of It all. he turned a bend In the road. In a I JK flaah he was aelzed and tied. The Ma profesaor waa puahed and dragged down tho mountain slope and Into a 1 (Conducted by the National Wuman'a Christian Temperance Union.) DID NOT MINCE HER WORDS t State Secretary of Iowa W, C. T. U. Telia Liquor Men Just What People of City Think of Them. At a meeting of the Iowa detail Liquor Dealers' aaaoclatlon In Cedar Itaplda, the state W. C. T. U. corresponding aecrctary contributed to one of the dally papers an addreas of "welcome" which, according to the local chief topics of P- -aa. wa. one of cu..Y"n.iuiuii nmuiiK luv nuui iicu. It sa d It la quite uaual In greeting a body to enumerate Ita accompllahmeula and tell of Ita uorth and atandlng. Cour-tea- y to tho Individual aomowhat ua here. Shall v, o greet you aa thoao who wreck home a, debauch manhood, proatltute womanhood, disgrace and Impoverlah childhood? Shall o greet you aa thoae who place upon the taxpayer the heaviest burden Inl caring for the reaulta of your traffic?' Your position In a community Is 'e fall to find a city quite peculiar. that enumerates nmong Ita advantages Ita aaloona. The commercial club of our city advcrtlaea our manufacturing planta, our churchea, our schools and colleges, but never onco have the 32 aaloona of tho city been Urged aa to locate a reaaon for Induatrlos . here. . Any business la judged by Ita reaulta. Some tltno since Codar Itaplda Kvcry had a manufacturer's week. lmlnrsa In the city save yours exhibited Ita warea. Yet your ambition la to be claaaed as a lino of legitimate bualneaa. The pump manufacturera and wood finishing concerns exhibited their contributions to comfort and eaUiNtlc plcaaure The clothing manufacturers gave evidence of proaporlty. Did the aaloona of Cedar Itaplda uae thulr window a or were thoae of other places loanud to exhibit their finished products? No, you find thcao In the penitentiary, where S5 per cent, of the Inmatea aro your graduatea. Seventy cent of ,ne u,nne are other, .Ninety per cent, of pauperlam la Tho great burden of olher class private charity la due to tho saloon, Ah. nn. gentlemen, you aro not coim-to Cedar ltnplds by Ita homea anj goct,j Intereata. . . . Not many more trac, wm JOu be ,.j R welcome to any city. The Worn- aI1's Christian Temperance union, . . wuj, Inen ana w omen or soucr. oarneai purpose. la steadily working for that jgy wlen the Ood of heaven shall say You know, to you, "It Is enough." witM U1 that tho time la near. j the namo of humanity. In the name of our Ood. tho 7.000 members of tho Woman's Christian Temperance union of Iowa lead In this protest ngalnat your welcome to any city ot the atato. a, S, auvt-iiiuruu- i ?. 1 " "'i'l ??lhJ?' a a 1 1 B . I Ckrj cave. Krom his little knowledge of Italian, Mr. Holllnahead learned that the brigands were waiting for their chief. The entrance to tho cave waa darkened and another moment the chief was In their mlttat. He seized the prUoner by the shoulder and dragged him Into the light of the Are. Their met. The chief stepped back with an ejaculation In Kngllah The recognition was mutual. cried the Instructor. "Mister Holllnshead." cried the chief. And he unbound his arma and him. while tho band re-- i moved their hata and looked on In Phyllis Got on the Job. club that sent him apranllng He Jumped up and dashed through the backyard. Thpn I'hyllls got on the Job Hushing from her kennel, to which ho w chained, she seized the oppor- ,unc moment and also the Beat of the burglar's trouaerB Dog waa anchored to knnel. troueera anchored to dog and burglar waa anchored to trouaera rlpleaa trouaera, Dig Irate mnn. , ..i.i. t.i Hutu, in. .. .... b uii uik ii. iuiuuiiiik miin-ryelling vengeance Struggle a he might the burglar could not free him self from tlje steel tiap grip of I'hyllls, and she wouldn't let go, 110, not even If It ( , ,,r an-ey- I I J j accord-embrace- d I ( thundered. ( ' It waa no time to think of modeaty. Unfastening and slipping nut of hla rlpleaa trouaera and Jumping over tho fence the thief escaped After several minutes Kelly coaxed I'hyllla to let him have the trousers, which are In tho possesion of the police as a clew to the limitless burglar SOME VERY PERTINENT FACTS Town or County Never Known to tlst Among Ita Asteta the Number of Saloona It Supported. BEES BREAK UP SPELLING BEE Buzzers Swarm on Master as Heavy la Hand of Discipline About to Fall. - "Mr. Holllnahead," Cried the Chief. ANVIL SPARKS. He who dcesu't give doesn't half Rapid Rlae. "Tottlo Googlea baa a highly emotional rolo In a new play." live. "Good for The man who is beyond approaoh was a chorusher! Only last year she girl." is not beyond reproach. "Yes. She has to scream twlco in The weaker the man tho easier the second act while tho star is strugho can break a resolution. gling with n burglar.' Tho man who is going down in A Respite. lifo isn't ablo to stop by himself. "Mr. and Mrs. Squabbles seem to Hlessed is ho who makes 11 reli gion of doing without, hut woo un-l- o get along better than they used to do." "Yes. Since Mrs. Squabbles has him who does without religion. a vice crusader sho makes It hot Tho choir which sings so that tho for rank outsiders now and lets poor words cannot bo understood is out Squabbles alone.' of tuno with the spirit of divine r worship. ' More Work for the Mower. 13111 I see my boss Is working on a Tho. world is full of schemes. The church ouglit plan to mako two blades ot grass grow where ono grow before to promote all kinds of "get-rigJill Ot course, somebody's always quick" schemes. trying to mako more work for the poor Ho who goes the gait ho should worklngraan. not go, shows' tho traits ho should pot show, blows tho stakes he Moat Opportune. should unt blow, soon knows tho "Did you enjoy tho amateur theataches that aro his to know. Chris- ricals? "Oh, yes. Tho lights went out and tian Herald. stayed out for half an hour. When the lights camo back I went out myself." THE be-cok" ht wonder. Ilut It waa all so simple. tony nau ueen ino DOoiuiacK at tno university. With the dime saved from Bhlncs he had returned to his native mountain and here ho was a brigand chlof. Maybe tho Instructor wasn't glad. "Such a weird, uncanny and alto gether delightful night," said the In structor, "I have never spent. Tony lu ' "" "' " him at that critical moment." BIG Nobody ever aaw a town or county Hating among Its aBBets to which It calls public attention: "So many saSomers. Wis. A swarm of honey loons." , bees, with n few- bumble bees thrown, Everybody has Been Hated among In for good measure, appeared nt a tho assets: "And no saloona." spelling bee In the village school here Nobody ever saw an employer ad- the other day Just at the psychological verllslng for help with the stipulation: ' "Drinkers preferred." moment. School muster II K Sherman was1 Everybody has Been and may sea out of sorts. Ills pupils, Instead of thousands dally tho "help wanted" Improving each shining hour, ns Mac--' advertisement which stipulates: "No Oiffey'a reader says the busy beo boorer." j does. Nobody ever say an Instance of tho It appears had been emulating' ' the drones. Hut what they lacked In 'saloon belne thrown onrn at a time ' orthography they made up In w his-- , of public crisis, when pcaco and good poring, and In this respect only was order were threatened. Everybody has noted among the tho spelling beo a buzzing success. d Presently a boy shot a paper wad. first nets ot riot conditions, or ot In hand, tho master set about nr occasions whera good citizenship to correct this Infraction of recog- - was severely tested, tho announce-nlzcspelling beo decorum. The oul- - ment: "Tho saloons are ordored prlt was bent conveniently over tha closed," llattle Creek Enquirer, knee of the mnHler, but ere the rod , mulil fall a huzzlne somewhat louden TIAn UIPCO ADC IMOtTDAD A Dl C wniapcring tnnn tne pupiiH heard. Fact le Noted That Always In ConnecThen In swarmed the swarm nt tion With White-SlavTrafflo ! oth-HoJ d e DIPPER Is FALLING APART7 200,000 I up h(T,y . . HpuIIInK ,bu,nblo1 b- - forcalalUnl tlquor la Joining tlnk. Star Group Watched by Man Doomed, Savant. ". """" '" Customer Why In the world do soup have such plates In this plaoe? Walter 'Shi That Is a trick ot the boas. Iu dark plates the soup don't look so thin. you dark-lookin- CUILDREN. God bless tho children and help u Nono Left Calm Before 8torm. to bo mora like the kingdom of Hea"It la said that, the latest dictagraph "Why this hush, this elaborate tip ven ourselves. May wo ndt bo too Is able to pick voices out of a chorus." toeing about?" l Mother Is getting ready to childish to become childlike Give "It has evidently already been used ask father for a little extra money." us larger patience with tho youngs- on this chorus." "S-eh- Blunder. Tha wisest man We ever saw Once loat hla head And went to law. HI Proper Combination. His Idea Changed. tho timid Mrs. Youngbrlde (to grovor) Shall Townley Your garden Is pretty hunger after truth, tho fearing I open an account, or do you prefer to mnall. Isn't It? struggle for self expression. Goo. have tne pay for what I get? Hubbubs Ie seemed so before I be A. Miller, in "Somo Outdoor prayers." Grocer llotb, madam. '.'an to take care of It Help .us to understand ters who fuil to ucl liko old people. UHHIBIUIIUU Ul lllll IIIUHIIT UB lllf HITS set upon him and saved lilin from se , San Jose. Col. The "big dipper," vere Injury most fumlllar of all constellations, DOGS CHASE A LYNX the ono by which the north star la SKI located, Is slowly fulling to pieces. In 200,000 years tho great configura- tarry Duke, Well Known 8eattle Spender, la Hurt In Sport He tion will not exist, and, In fact, It did Evolved. not exist 200,000 years ago. Such Is tho announcement by I'roT Seattle, Wash. I.arry Duko, who as Heber I). Curtis of thu University of California, astronomer at Lick ob- a spender Is the Joy and delight of a servatory. Study of tha motions of lively Seattle sot, was painfully Instars and comparison with records for jured while trying a now sport on the Kenal peninsula In Alaska. 150 years prove this. As soon as the novelty of driving "Stars," Professor Curtln explains. "have two motions that In orbits und dogs wore off ho conceived the Idea of a path through tho sky, known as thu hitching his two fastest dogs to a pair proper motion. The proper motion of of Norwegian skis. The plan worked tho stars In the big dipper Is not In all right until Larry fastened tho the same direction. Five are going In traces to his bolt In order to have both one general direction, two others In hands free to handle bis gun In shooting ptarmigan. While hunting on another." Grant lake the dogs Jumped a lynx and Immediately gave cbaso. Doubtless. Larry kopt his feet until the lynx Columbus, O. Tho Ohio peniten tiary News published by the convicts doubled, when he slipped and went Is advertising for a newspaper man down, and was dragged for a distance to run tho sheet. "The work la very of almost halt a mile before the excited dog team could 1m stopped. confining," says the advertisement "It should bo kuown that In nil reports thus far made by the vice commissions tho fact Is noted that always lu connection with the white-slavtralllc Is tho liquor truffle. In no house whero vice Is tolerated or housed Is strong drink forbidden. Tho two are Inseparable. Smltu ono and you wound the other. Slay ono and thu other will perish. A physician recently said to a friend: "Tho liquor tralllc Is eternally linked up with Impurity. Destroy that and you practically settle tho vlco problem.' "From Heport ot the Cloveland Vice Com. e mission. Uncle Sam'e Partner. "Undo Sam Is our partner!" Such are the words boldly and defiantly emblazoned by some western liquor dealers on their advertising and campaign literature. And the disgraceful part Is that It Is true. Don't Argufy. When 1 sue a snake's head coming out of a hole, I don't stop to argufy with that there snake; I Just hit It with all my might. Don't y with the liquor traffic. Artemus Ward. October 9, 1913. GOOD THE CITIZEN. CHICKEN Page Three. HOUSE Mountain Agriculture Conducted by Prof. Prank S. Montgomery, Instructor In Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. New Sport in the Alps MMAnONAL SUNMTSOIOOL Proper Shelter (or Fowls Has Much to Do With Success. FARMERS' MEETINGS. Building Must Afford Protection to BkaaSaTsiBafcPTZ'lfcBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal Hans From Thieves and Predatory The series of fanners' Clinulau-tw- s (Py R. O. SEM.KrtS, Dlrtetor of Evening Animals Guard Against All Unit have heon hold in Madison Department, The Moody Dibit Institute, Dampness and Draft. Cnunly during ln Inst three week Chicago.) hnvi' heon of untold vnlne to tho njr mop. john willam) iioi.tr.) County. Those who n( (endcil ( the LESSON FOR OCTOBER 12. Huccesa with chickens depends upon number win huge, nl least n lliou-hmitho houso as much as any other on at each place) received many JEALOUSY AND ENVY PUNISHED. Feeding factor. niOPIieeinu nc nnnn nnino tlon stock aro ft nil proper founda - new ideas which they havo gone ur uuuu nuHua the other two great facI.KSflON TKXT Numbers, chapter It tors, but a poor houso, or a Rood home to put Inlo practice. Many of TBXT-"I.o- ve envlelh not: ....... mai ueen nccompiiinea in houso Improperly handled, will effee them Iii'oiikIiI .samples of soil to no love vaunteth not Itself, Is not purTe4 up. unseemly." I Cor. Thirty Years In Iowa Is Senti tunlly cut down the egg yield, If It te.sled. The most of these will go ?J V sniL vhaV8 ment Face Problem. does not actually kill tho chickens. home determined to plow under In order the events from Slnal to In modern poultry keeping; tho green manure, clever or rye, and Kadeah-Darnehouso has but two functions to per many of litem will lime their soil were: (1), Tho marchGov. Georgo W. Clarke, In a ing host, Nu. 10:11; (2) Tho Are of to tho Iowa legislature, touching form. It must nrotnet thn hpns frnm The leguminous, or nitrogen hearinp I thieves and predatory tho Lord at Taberah, 11:1; (3) The on good roads, said: animals, and It crops such as cowpens, soy beans , lusting after Egyptian "Kor thirty years tho discussion of must protect them from draftB, damp- - the various clovers ami alfalfa will 11:4; (4) Tho complaint of Moses, go- - ness, and tho direct rays of tho sun the good roads problem hns been Any house which docs this la a sat he grown in ever increasing (pianli-lie- s, 11:10; (5) The selection of elders, Ing on In tho state. Many of thn gov- because lhoe are the founda 11:16; (6) The two Irregular prophets, Isfactory hen house If It Is handled ernors of tho stato within that time 11:2G; (7) tho quails and tho plaguo, havo called attention to tho question right and has tho necessary Interior tion upon wliich the productivity of 11:31, and (8) Sedition, chapter 12, the soil can economically he main and soma of them havu urged conwhich forma today's lesson. tained. .Many farmers brought milk structive legislation. Some progress Miriam's Leadership. r has been made both In thn ny of lo the chautaumias lo he I est nil. As I. The Accuaatlon, vv. 1, 2. This laws and In the Improvement of a result several cows that aro not Is not tho first nor tho last timo a tho highways, but the most that has paying lor wnal tliey eal will no marrlago has caused a family quarrel. been accomplished Is an nroused pubsold for beef. Several frufl specialWho this Ethiopian woman was we lic sentiment In favor of better roads ists were at the meet lugs and alu- are not told, though we aro Inclined perhaps In favor of permanent able lessons in the planting, graft to bellevo that It was ZIpporah (Ex. roads. Iowa will havo permanent ing, pruning, and spraying of fruit 2:21), and not a second wlfo whom roads whenever sho wants them. She trees were carried home by the .Moses married recently. Of all peowill have better rural schools whenple we would least expect Jealousy to fanners. The importance of having ever she wants them. She will not show Itself lrf tbla family circle, good fruit and vegetables in the have cither before. Legislation awaits among these the choson leaders of public sentiment generally aroused, home the. year round was insisted HaKVUdfKiaBBTni Israel. Nothing so hinders tho work organized public demand. The not upon, and canning demonstration PJgjXlpppppHKBasnAajHHajHy of God, or gives more delight to tho great era In the development of west-ewere given lo show Ihp ease with devil, than just such a situation as civilization Is going to be railed 'LjaBBaaaaaaaaaaaaKaBBBKBBaaaa! which this r;m he done. Home sci this one. It brings confusion and deby tho blstorlnn The Era of Permaence specialists were there both a? lay (v. 15). The occasion was not, nent Horn Hulldlng Wo are now at speakers and demonstrators from however, so much the wife of Moses the very threshold of that era Wo as It was envy of Moses (See Luke whom the ladies learned many other are face to face with the problem 22:24-26- ; I Cor. 1:11-1aluahle lesions in keeping a good and 3 John No state can longer allow herself to 9, 10). It may have been that Moses home with the least bard work posbe handicapped by mud Thn economIs the latest summer sport in the Alps. The roll bob Is the was culpable, for no man Is perfect ic waste Is enormous Not In the fusible -- such a home as the boys sporting visitor to Davos Platz. It Is (Rom. 3:23), but Miriam and Aaron ture can there bi such a thing as a mil girls will not. be anxious to Invention of Mr. Sanger, a fitted with rubber-tireWe must rewheels and proves a highly amusing and exciting were not his Judges. really great state without leave for life in Hie cities. Much sport. Where Failure Is Present. member In this connection last SunThe only danger Is running on wet roads the bob good, permanent roads The great was said along tin line or Icllcr They are much used on the bob run from Davis toasKlosters. Is liable to skid. day's lesson wherein we had presentcheapening of the cost of transportaequipment. The floor must be dry, schools and heller churches in the ed such a radical change In the form tion of tho markets of the country windows and doors must bo so located country. The fuel was emphasised of government. Miriam and Aaron Inwaits on permanent roads. Thn as to allow a maximum amount of sun' were HORNETS' QUEER NEST stant great Increase. In the valuo of shlno on tho floor during the winter, everywhere that Ibe great men of smoke that would have compared fa- place desirous of having an equal with Moses and because he did land analts the romlng of tho permavorably with a factory chimney, and and tho fowls must havo actual out our country always have ami always nent road. There can be no complete door conditions, as far aa fresh air will come from the country, ami approached within five feet of the nest a thing they could not understand solution of tho country llfo problem , 8 concerned, night nnd day, winter that improved schools and churches to set his camera in position, a rather they criticised him (Rom. 14.3, 4; risky operation on account of the very Jude 8). in advance 01 mo permanent roau. as well aB summer. You cannot glvo anil heller agriculture in the coun II- - The Arrest, w. 4, 5. "Tho Lord The consolidated rural scnooi win go them too much air. If It Is not draftv, try develop more and more great unstable condition of the debris a halting and crippled until tho perma- BU(j tho roost Is protected by a muslin men lo go lo Ibe cities and an ever movement of one stone would have heard it" (v. 2, 1 c.) God hears what nont road passes the door, I his is an curtain during very cold weather. set tho nest In motion, to tumble we say In criticism of those whom he ncreasiug number will slay in Ihe Ideal that will bo realized In the fu- - ( Tho old Idea that tho whole wuth down over the poor tourist Into tho has set over us. Instead of being turo. llow far distant ll is aoponas sltlo of tho hen houso should bo class. country. valley below, the odds being greatly Jealous of the preference accorded to I'hese chaulaiwiiias should lie only upon tho people of tho stats This forming sort of a sun parlor, has in favor of tho hornets coming out others we ought to rejoice (Phil. 2:3). aaBaaaaaaaa-IBaaaaaflfl the beginning of farmers' inert nigs general assembly ought. It seems to been permanently exploded. It Is of the ordeal In the better frame of Though wo aro free to admit such a I eastern Kentucky. I already have me, to take hold of tho problem with hotter plan to have It all open to tho mind. The nest, which was round, course often proves the measure of tho end In view to ultimately realize weather, but tho Ideal arrangement calls lo attend several meetings measured about nine Inches In diame- his graco In our hearts. God did not ter at Its widest part, and It will be lqt this matter stand nor run the this Ideal. Nothing could contribute Is to havo ono window and a large during Hie next few weeks and He at once, more to tho greatness of the stato and opening besldo It, which Is guarded want (he people to whom I and the seen by the proportionate sire of the course of Idle gossip. tho wclfaro of all of the people. All by chicken wlro and may bo closed hornet at the entrance that the In- and In person, came down to chamtlier agriculturists of Herea College - ' hy a hinged pion the causo of Moses (v. 5, see sects seem to thrive exceptionally well that Is done hereafter In tho Improveframe covered with un upon us for also 16:20, 21). in this part of the country. ment of our roads ought to be with bleached cotton cloth, during stormy ire accessible lo call During a ramble at Skaralld, In help at any lime. Permanent i weather. Whether closed or open, tufa the view of permanency. He Saw Jehovah. One of my earliest recollections southern Sweden, a traveler descendculverts nnd bridges, permanent sys- - curtain frame permits of frco clrcula III. The Arraignment, vv. JeLONG SERVICE ed tho boulder-strewside of a deep s the meetings of the fanners' terns of drainage, permanent cstab-- tlon of air and tho fowls aro much hovah pointed out very clearly not While descending the pre all with the view henlthler and lay better. Tho walls Club at my father's house once ravine. An Idea for recording long service only the difference between tbom and Ushment of grades cipitous of eventually receiving tho permnnent should bo perfectly tight, but they very winter in the rounds lo homes beautifullyslope he passed close to a has been Introduced by a wholesale Moses, but also between Moses and formed hornets' nest at dry goods Arm In Loudon. In the all road. With this purpose in view mo j ao not need to bo moro thnn ono thick of tho various members. This was other prophets. They wero prophtached to the under side of u boulder law should provide for tho appoint- - ness. Whitewash them Insldo twlco nearly SO years ago. Kvery man Kor somo minutes he watched the In main office an ornamental tablet has ets, so was Moses, and more. To ,tho ' been ment of a county engineer. Ho should a year, putting somo good Insecticide who belonged lo (hat club this are In prophets God revealed himself In thai held habitants passing in and out, and scribedset up, and upon employes who visions all the names of bo thoroughly competent and not n tho whitewash. (see Ezek. 1:1, Isa. 6:1, Dan. its own little monthly meetings at then. In cane of a medliated attack, have been in the service of the firm S:2, Luke 1:11), necessarily a resident of the county Tho floor should bo either cemont and many other simihe charged and lit his pipe, which for 25 years. The date of entering lar Instances, but with Moses God where appointed. There should also covered with earth, or earth alono. Hie homes of Ibe members became presently poured forth volumes of service Is also given. farm i successful and prosperous Do creaieu a iicnp.s.ient nignway cc"woouen noors rot If covered and they spake "mouth to mouth even manier. festly," that Is, others heard God's mission, composed of expert road men harbor rats If they nro raised. Kvery community should organise The roosts should be 2x4 timbers, voice speaking audibly to Moses (Ex. and engineers with such powers and 19:19 and 33:11). duties In tho way of tho preparation flat sldo up, edges rounded, and all mil hold meetings every month to This voice waa clear and distinct, It did not demand of plans and specifications, estimates on a level to prevent hens from crowd- - liscuss problems of agriculture and any Interpretation. Verso 8 does not of costs, advertising for bids and gen- - Ing on the top one. I'laco them over tiral life and we aro always more Imply that Moses bad a full revelaeral supervision nnd control as may a tight board platform to catch tho than willing to help you in this tion of the person of Jehovah, but bo after careful consideration bo deemed droppings, and clean It' off at least good work. did have a visible manifestation ot wise. I ran see no reason why pro- - once a week. Hang tho nest boxes In the similitude ("form" II. V.) of God vision should not bo mado for a refer-- a row under tho dropping platform, (John 1:18). endtim to tho people of the question NOTES. as to whether bonds of tho stato ' IV. Judgment, vv. 9, 10. Tho deshould bo Issued for tho purpose of parting cloud from off the tabernacle) Nearly every one is sowing rye raising monoy for permanent road was a token of God's displeasure. Let this fall. Tho earlier you gel yours building. It would not Incur a great us not forget that future time when HHMULjtffcdL2aHj sown tho mom pasture you will get. or not expense to determine whether It will be others who will depart mid tho moro green manure you will the peoplo aru ready to enter upon (Matt. 25:41). The lifted cloud reutvo to turn under next spring for this work which would add morn than vealed to Aaron Miriam smitten with orn or cowpoas. anything else to tho greatness of tho leprosy, that most terrible or all distato, and It would at least bo of Cowpea seed are expensive, and eases, loathsome, contagious, Incurgreat valuo In cnuslng universal dls- - 'i able. . Read the stories of Naaman bo price of seed has Kept many cusslon of the subject which must nl- and Uzzlah. from sowing this valuable crop. Lots ways precedo nny movement Involving if our farmers are solving this pro-ile- m Aaron'a 81.1. long established meththe change of by going out and picking their V. Intercession, w. Aaron thought. In tho menntlmo ods and of in his appeal to Moses acknowledges own seed and still Harvesting n our road laws, which now exist In a ?L 'SfW . A his equal transgression with Miriam, good hay crop. They llnd that it form, and patchwork disconnected bis foolishness and his sin, and In osls no more than 50 cenls per 'aw'tMfBlfBaaaaaaBaavGaBB'BaaaaaBSBa bo revised, rewritten and should turn Moses revealed hla noble Christiiishel to pick and hull tho llrsl strengthened for the purpose of secur--' like character. Christ prayed for hla tng the best possible temporary roada ipeuing peas yourself whereas they enemies (Luke Uoim vm for devising methods of adminisand ost from J?:.r0 to &I.00 per bushel not overcome of evil bat overcamo looking to tho coming of the tration tho market this season. Let evil with good (Rom. 12:13). His Selfish Interests peimanent road. prayer was an effectual ona (Jamea every man that possibly can, save clinging to old methods and advan-- ' 6:16). Some have viewed this on!. cowpea seed. tares, may bo found In covert opposi- Poorly Kept Yard Wher Rubbish la his own sode In a typical light. Mosea repreApples should bo picked ami Allowed to Accumulate. tion. Permit mo to suggest that you senting Christ la rejected by hla own lured in a dry airy place at once. look carefully to this, as I know you facing the rear, so peopie; me Ktniopian bride aa tho that they will bo Recent discoveries have revealed In Africa remains of a Don't sell oh your corn. Feed it will, to the end that private Interests darkened. Each anil bo at 160 feet. length by Ger- church, chiefly my not prevail against tho common least 12x15 Inches. nest ahouldfloor cov- o stock and save all tho manure for whosesavants measured some In German The monster wasAndiscovered complete Miriam as Jews Gentiles: toAaron inch Keep the opposed man any at Tendaguru, almost East Africa. good." ered with clean, dry boddlng, six next year's crop. skeleton was obtained. The cast of the upper or humerus, now at union; tho leprosy aa dlvlno JudgNow is tho timo to begin prepar the British Museum of Natural History, and descriptions of the rest of Inches deep, during the winter, changthe ment upon the Jews who r Intor. ing for next year's corn crop, Sow skeleton show that this colossal beast waa a near relation of Dlplodocus ceded for by those whom they oppose; ing It monthly, A houso 10x6 foet Width of Roads. Reduce will yn and save all tho manure. Carnegll. Now, Dlplodocus was just 84 feet long, and stood 11 feet high at the Christian church; Miriam abut hens The suggestion of the governor of 10x10accommodate 12 largo and a house out of the camp, the period of Isenough for e feet will bo measured just 3 feet 3 Inches long. The Corn club hoys should begin this the shoulder. His Iowa that public roads should be re- 25 hens. of the new giant, Gigantosaurus Africanus, was as long as the whole leg rael's rejection after which nnrinit ill to put their acre in shape. duced in width Is a very seuslblo ono. Many hoys in this region will raise of Dlplodocus; It measures now just 7 feet 1 Inch, but during life It was cer- she will bo restored to her land and Tho governor proposes to make the longer, for no allowance has been made for the gristle her God In Chrlat Jesus. Practical Houses. roadway 40 feet wide and turn the twice as much as they did this year. tainly some Incheacapped This lesson la a great teaching ( both ends. It may be that Gigantosaurus will lose Narrow poultry houses are more ex- Hoys, look out for a pfeca of clover which must have rest of the land back Into the farms. something of his glory, at any rate so far as his length la concerned, for It tho lealousr of Jehovah for ltina While thto would add many thousands pensive to construct for a given sod or cowpea ground for next year's Is assumed that he was a dragon, Ilk his American cousin. He upon whom ho confers honor. We of acres to the tlllablu land of the amount of floor space than aro wide acre. may not have been. In height Dlplodocus was nowhere; his 11 feet at the serve him by his appointment and ones, besides compelling the birds to state, tho best feature of the plan Is shoulder la far eclipsed by the 22 feet of hla rival. Naturally, It Is difficult, he will defend us. We should think that It would greatly reduce the coat roost near tho open or muslin front. not to say dangerous, to dogmatise on the theme of the habits of Gigantosau- hlehly of any service to which ha of keeping the road In good condition. Breeding pens are sometimes built Hla Clasa. rus. He lived during that remote period of the world's history during which calls us and say with Paul, "I magnify only eight feet wldo, but no house I never crtild see tho reason for main Robby I think I like yon better the lower cretaceous rocks were formed; a period which the birth mine office." God will not bold those highway with a llttlo "hould be less than twolve feet wide talnlng a than any of the other fellows that of man by several million years. We shall probably be not far from the guiltless who call In question tho tract of 10 feet In tho middle and 30 unless for special purposes. come to aee slater. truth In regarding htm aa an aquatic, or, at any rate, an amphibious creature. wisdom of bis appointments or the feet on each sldo growing up to weeds. Percy I am 'pleased to hear It, That he waa a vegetarian la ahown by hla teeth, and that he was rights of hla uppolntees who do his Fair Profit In Poultry. Itobby. Why do you like me the Is proved by the ridiculously small size of the brain cavity, less than would work. Miriam and Aaron brokn thn Proporly conducted, the poultry bus- best! Considerable Benefit hold a man'a flat. The Illustrated London News artist has reconstructed the tenth commandment by coyoting au Hobby Because sis always If good rouds from tbo producer to iness will give a fair profit, steady lets great land dragon, and has set by It a man and Dlplodocus Carnegll, to em- thority, 1t't us bewaro of this form work, and a good living for the aver- me stay around and hear what you phasize Its enormous size. consumer wore general the s the For the rest, we cannot do better than reprint a of sin, Such envy Is not only a lack age man. say. Judge. to both would la considerable. few of the facta from the article which appeared with the photographs. of love for man but ulso of God. Lesson w.,uooiun KQaaatt' dOt-DK- mes-sag- o a flesh-pots- i bet-,V- fBBsaBSiSSS M "Bob-rolling- " well-know- - ( 1 6-- J Gigantosaurus Africanus I 11-1- ). land-drago- arm-bon- arm-bon- e arm-bon- long-taile- ante-date- dull-witte- beu-eat- Pace Four. IHK CITIZEN. CHURCH October COLLEGE ITEMS Dr. Wright Is Ihe son of Dr. O. F. Frederick Wright, of Oberlin, whom Hcrca has heard Willi pleasure. The younger doctor bids fair lo contradict Ihe statement dial no man can be ns great as his father. Professor Wright is a nephew of Professor W. E. C. Wright, formerly of Iterea, after whom the Wright bouse is named. 9, 1913 gooaooaoaoaooooaooooooosoooooooo 3 o NEWS. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA Hev. 0, C. Haas formerly pastor of a. a AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A ! ioaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoi oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoa Mr! Will Brown, who is leaching at Buckeye, Ky., was isiling In town Saturday and Sunday. Mr. C. C. Preston has completed the beautiful new dwelling house CITY l'HONK IBS on INI ill Street which he has been Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. building for Mr. Oscar Hayes Mrs. Vesta Taylor, whom many will remember as Miss Vesta SpenDAN H. BRCCK cer when a student here several Accident, and Live Stock years ago, Fire, Life, is heiv from Hartford, INSURANCE Conn., with her two little daughters, foiin extended visit willi Miss Will sign your bonJ. Richmond, Ky. WeNh. Prof and Mrs. Lewis, and 505 Phone DR. BEST, DENTIST Church of this plare. n now pastor of West Franklin and Newburgh charges, Indiana confer. ence. II, L. McMurry will preach at the Public School House next Sunday at It a.m. and 7 :.')() p. in. All are in-- ! viled. the M, I'.. Rev. Dr. Ogden, of Atlanta, On., conducted chapel worship Wednes- .!, linn Itriiliia Pint fiirimirli IT . I I ... r. ....... . I10. H...M Imini, vv.is msu isvvurci miuisier present, and gave short address. 11 The Citizen Tells the News In School and Out of School In the State and Union Church. Last Sunday among those received into membership Into the L'nion Church were Professor and Mrs. Dodge, who were welcomed back very hearlily t their old church L, & N, TIME TABLE North Bound, Local Knoxvillo 7:00 a. m 10:55 1:07 p. m. 3:52 BEREA 7:45 0:30 p.. m. Cincinnati South Bound, Local 8:15 6:30 a. ni. Cincinnati 12:34 p. in. 12:33 BEREA Knoxville 5:50 7:00 p. m. p. m. a. m. a.m. p. m. a. m. a. m. Express Train No. 33 will stop to take on gers for Knoxville and points South Bound Cincinnati 8:00 a. m. 11:55 a. m. BEREA No. 32 will stop at Berea on passengers for Cincinnati, points beyond. North Bound BEREA 4:45 p. m. Cincinnati 8:50 p. m. passenbeyond. to take O., and Better furniture at Welch's (ad) Miss Sarali Ely is spending a few days with home folks. .Mr. Claude Todd and sister, Gertrude, of Brasslleld visited with the Lowen girls over Sunday. Mr. Oliver Rogers from Ohio visited in Iterea for a few days last week. .Sir. and Mrs. L. Muney have gone to Ohio for a two week? visit. Miss Lillie Fowler is visiting her sister in Henry County. Miss Ida Lewis was in from the country Sunday to spend the day with her parents. Suit, Coat and Skirt Opening, Oct. 13th. MRS. S. R. BAKER, Richmond Street, (ad; Berea, Ky. Miss Uessiis Smith went to by her Knox-villu'lasf at home for a few days. Mrs. Sallie Hanson and sister, Miss to (It. (ad) Mrs. S. R. Baker. Pearl, who is visiting her, spent the Mr. Robert Reynolds of Paint Lick, latter part of last week in Richmond. and Mr. Robert Lawrence of LancasHave you seen Welch's new Dry ter were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. The Scripture reading for the Goods and Gents' Furnishing Departmill-weS. C. Lewis Saturday and Sunday, prayer meeting is the (ad) ment? LOST: bridle and saddle pocket. twelfth chapter of the Gospel of Miss Hilda Welch returned from The Under will bring .same to me John, verses ! to 37. t lie East last week. or let me know where they can bo AT THE TAVERN .Mr. It. Harris has moved into his found and I will pay reward, new home just completed on Boone (ad) J. W. Bratcher. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill or Louisville, Street. are .spending a month at the Tavern. ' Progressives Dissatisfied. Mrs. It. C. Hohlitell of Cincinnati, Miss Ailela Connor, or Chicago, ar().. and Mr. Marion Kimhrough of rived Wednesday for a three weeks' A number of members of the proLexington, Ky., are guests in the gressive party who are dissatisfied rest. Welch home. Miss Julia Whittlesey, a noted liwith the plan of a Miss Annie Martin of Cincinnati convention for Iterea affairs, met brarian of Cleveland, O., is spendwill trim for Mrs. Laura Jones, strictly partisan ing her vacation at Ihe Tavern. (ad) and nominated a Milliner, this season. Hoone Tavern's reputation as a ticket of their own for lown counA number of young people enjoycil, consisting of the following retful and ipuel hotel brings pated a camp fire dinner Monday evenC. F. Ruinolcl, rons from far and wide. worthy citiens: ing fn VanWinkle grove, given in Miss Jean Cameron, the elllcient John Muucy, II. H. Chrisinan, W. H. honor of Miss Welch's guests. Slowe. W. It. Harris, and J. L. Pills. mat run of the Tavern, has gone to Mrs. Laura Jones solicits your spend her month's vacation with Mr. John Dean gives his own acmillinery trado for tho coining sea-so- u. count of this meeting in another relatives in Detroit. prices to students and Secial column, casting reflections upon the BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE. a. former customers. Chestnut St., which convention (ad). Lying in Madison County, Kenseem to us lo misrepresent the facts. tucky, Miss Lillian Ambrose of tho class one and one half miles from mass meeting was The of '10, arrived last Saturday from Paint Lick, Ky.. on Walnut Meanot called by "a few Republicans" dow turn pike. Containing 7.') Simpsonville for a visit of several largest amJ most repredays willi her relatives and many but by the acres, I rood and 2U poles. Good sentative body of citizens who ever friends. tobacco land. Five room dwelling, signed such a call in Berea. Every t Miss Nejtie Scrivncr, who has a tobacco barn, and all necessary outwas made to securo the co- -' buildings. near door. Cistern position in n millinery store at eirorl operation of the. "Progressives." Spring in every field affording Richmond, was at home over SunThey were begged to suggest the plenty of sloe, water in dryest day. men they wished nominated, and Miss Fern Curry, a sister of Mrs. offered three out of the six places, seasons. Fine orchard. Near churches and W. A. Adams, arrived in Merea last on the ticket. The only intcrpre- week and has entered the Academy tation for their ofllshness seems to school bouse. Mores, mills, etc. grass mostly in sown Department. She will stay at Mrs. he their desire to run a strictly Farm Adam's home on Center Street. ......1t lailll U..L..I 11 llolli llolr.ilu ...... Terms reasonable. lu.i.i .. t.w.(,i I ,ll inn' All interested call 011 Jas. A. thoroughly goon names. Anderson or A. H. Kidd, Berea, Ky. ek 1 non-partis- an Bc-reiiou-parlis- au non-partis- an father.t Mr. It. L. Richnrdsou for a few days. Mr. II. E. Bingham is - is in town home, where, during the years past, they rendered such elllcient and valued service. Others received into membership were Professor and Mrs. Frosl, Miss Moore and Miss Sperry. A very large audience, tilled the other friends It's no odds what you want you church and overllowed into the side can find it it Welch's (ad) room. The topic was "How the Mr. George W. Itoatrigbt, brother Church Can Best Serve the World." of Miss Virginia Itoatrigbt, and wife, Next Sunday the pastor will speak of Stuart, Iowa, have been visiting on "The Victorious Life." Miss Hoatright for a few days. Mr. Fifty new members were admitted Itoatrigbt is agent of (lit Rock Island ' to the Christian Endeavor Society Sunday evening. Reports Railroad at Stuart. were Mrs. .Vary H. Dodge is away on a 'given on the Convention ten days' trip visiting and inspect- held recently at Harlan. The Chrising Woman's Belief Corps. She takes tian Endeavor Society tills the Unin Lexington. Paris, Georgetown, ion Church to its utmost capacity. Frankfort, Owensboro and Lonis-ill- e. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson go as dele-galAt the last named place there of the Sunday School to the are several of these During our opening, Oct. 131 Ii. we Slati- Sunday School Convention at will have 011 display, several hun- Louisville this week. dreds of suits ats and skirts, for women. Misses and children. .Mrs. S. It. Baker. tad Miss Maureen Faulkner is in Berea to attend school this winter. She is slaying willi Mr. and Mrs. Taylor. Services at I lie M. E. Church of Berea for next Sunday as follow Sunday School, i):55 a.m. Preaching, II a.m. and 7:30 p.m. A No preaching at Wallace Chapel at the usual hour. -Get that stove at Welch's, Gold Medal Flour 65 cents (ad) Oct. 13th is a lucky day for you, Granulated Sugar - - - 5 cents because you can get exactly the suit, coat and skirl that you want at 5 lb. Bucket Pure Leaf Lard - 65 cent3 Mrs. S. R. Baker's. (ndi Irish Potatoes - - - 30 cents, peck Mrs. MacMillan lias accepted the position f pianist at the Methodist 24 cents, dozen Eggs --Church. Professor Robertson and Mr. and 100 cents to every dollar 16 oz. to every pound Mrs. HuiNou left Wednesday for Louisville, where they will attend the State Sunday School Convention. Miss Lillie A. Moore, of Gray Hawk, has been spending a few days at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Cowley. An expert saleswoman, from one of the leading manufacturers of Cincinnati will be witli us Oct. 13th to take your measures for that suit, coat and skirl. We guarantee them Tri-Slnle es Fourth Year Preps Organize. The Academy always has an enthusiast ic gradual Ing class and this year is no exception. They met Tuesday noon and held an election of olllcers, Jesse Murrel was chosen president, Hen Hollander and Miss Marie Heei'lier was elected to Hie olllce Miss Blanche Wilson of Secretary. was made Treasurer. A social committee was chosen and plans for further organisation and jnllilleatinu are being formed. Good luck preplelsl nt Lloyd Hampton writes from Ash-for- d, N. C, where he is teaching, lie lakes The Citizen and regrets that be cannot be in Iferea uulilthe second semester. Out of the State Eye Openers Foundation School Mountain Day. While the rest of the school were toiling at their I ks last Monday, over two hundred young people of the Foundation Deparliueiil enjoyed an outing on Indian Foil Mountain. By Ihe segregation of departments' Dr. Dexter Loads Chapel. on Mountain Day Ihe numbers are A special united chapel was calldivided anil il is possible to liae ed Thursday in order that all (be a more enjoyable picnic. Everybody students might hear Dr. W. II. Dex- bad a good time. ter of Washington. Dr. Dexter is one of the increasing number of FAREWELL PARTY. talented men who are turning their hospital was the scene of a allenliou lo rural conditions 111 The America, He is 111 tin service of merry gathering Tuesday evening the Department of Agriculture and when the nurses entertained for has been attending Farmers' Cluiu-tatiu- as Miss Myrtle Click, who has Mulshed His her course in nursing and leaves the hi Madison County. address in chapel was forceful and hospital this week. Ariel' a short walk a dainty lunch interesting and commanded the at- was served at which Mr. William lent ion of all his audience. Taylor proved an able toastmaster The Volunteer Band. and entertainer. One of the joint branches of the Those responding lo toasts were Y. M. C. A. and V. W. C. A is the Mrs. Gilbert, Miss Gladys Aldricb, Miss Alia Smith, McCoy Franklin, Hai l Tale. Eugene Pugli, Blaine Gab-barOran Click, Benton Fielder and Grant HulT. Mime. was furnished at intervals by B. Franklin and Stephen Johnson, who played the violin and banjo and also sang some old mountain d, You Should Take It Because It is Worth $2 Can Get It for $1 this place willi Miss Lucy Hayes as leacber. This is Miss Hayes ninth year at this plare. Mrs. Moses INles has been lo see her son, Jimmie, who has typhoid 3 fever, hut is now some better. Mr. Grant Ahrams had a house raising Hie other day. Mrs. Martha (Jailed has gone to see her daughter, who is sick. Slate Lick. Slalcl.lrk, i Mrs. .1. H. I'l on the sick list this week. Oct. 5. Mings. Mr. Taylor in a very appropriate manner presented Miss Click with a Hypodermic nurses. Outfit gift from the Miss Eliabelli Sbelow, a teacher in the Home Science Dept., was one of the chaperons. All united in wishing Miss Click every success in her chosen work. COMING Mr. CI111. Edster returned home from a ten days' visit with his children at Lexington. Mr. Clin. Cooler of Indianapolis visiting his uncle, Mr. Tiplon Cooper Ibis week. Miss Carrie Burton of Iterea was the guest of Miss Nora McCormick Sunday. Mr. V. D. Parks and Mrs. Emma McCormick visited Mrs. James Hudson last week. Mr. Ballard spent a few days with home folks last week. Mr. II. M. Snyder visited his children near Collonhurg last week. THEOLOGY AND EVENTS SCI0L0CV I Volunteer Band. Tins regiment dedicates its .vertices lo the foreign field and is composed of many of our finest young people. The services of the Y. M. C. A. last Sunday night were 111 charge of the Volunteers and the meeting was a real success. Pi Epsilon Pi. On Saturday evening, Oct. lib, tb Pi Epsilon Pi Literary Society ren- discussion editor says of it: baptism from a sectarian point of view besides this booklet would be a Big Hill. mock orange compared with one of Dig Hill. Oct. 0. Mr. George Pigg's Polio llico's sweetest and best." I.r baby died last night of diphtheria. cents. Bible and Reason Versus Russel-isn- i. Mrs. R. I.. Ambrose made a visit l'astor Huscll's error refuted. lo Hear Wallow last Saturday and Sunday. Correct Bible teaching of the comAll day services were held at ings of Clirit. of Hie Resurrection Narrow Gap hist Sunday with good and Ihe Judgment. II) cents. God, the Father, Son and Holy speaking and good music. All re-- 1 ' port a nice time. Spirit. The Trimly, three different Mrs. Maggie Mclloue anil children1 conceptions ot tied not three Clods. from Indianapolis. Ind., are spend- !i cents. The Church and Socialism. Tho ing a few days with Mrs. Mcllone's Fellowship Socialist father and mother. Mr. anil Mrs. J. Christian A Wilson. Christ s vvn lo cure social evils and 2 cents, (I Mr. Hugh Norvel is spending a bring 111 Ihe Kingdom. few (lays vv ith P. Hayes. cents a doen. All four booklets, 2Tt School is progressing nicely at cents. All postpaid. Lecture, Edward Amherst OH. -'- Booklets b Itev. Ceo. Candce, HOJ WEDNESDAY, Oct. 22: Lecture. Itakwood Ave., Toledo. (). 7:3(1 p.m. "Arts of Indians" by ami Baptfzo Eis. Miss Mary J. Coulter. et an iimuersioiiisl Lyceum Nov. 12: WEDNESDAY. of "A !. dered a program which was both entertaining and instructive. Many visitors, including the new upper class girls and members or Ihe faculty were present and they noted the enthusiasm and interest with which the society lias begun its year's work. Academy's Farewell to Prof, Seale. Mr. S'ale was for several years one of the most popular professors in the Academy and his departure is felt with keen regret by the whole Department. Thursday afternoon the entire Preparatory Department met in upper chapel to bid him farewell. Messrs. Vogel, Smith, Murrd and Hatch were spokesmen for the boys and the Misses Pollle Fields, Mildred Neil and Lucy Smith represented the girls. Prof, Scale made a reply expressing his gratification at Ihe spirit of the department and his regret at leaving. His loss is felt by the 'whole school. We Want Every Man in Berea To Know What He Can Actually Gam by Trading Here We wish we could get every man in town to wear a pair of Our Shoes and a Suit of Our Clothes just once put them to the test judge them from every standpoint We know these men would all be our customers after that. not try us for your Fall clothes and shoes. style fit and service. Why We will positively save you money. , By Far the Beit Suits and Overcoati Ever Sold (or Wonderful Valuei is Men's Fall Suiti and Overcoats, at J $15 Mnde of absolutely worsteds cat. slmeres, serges, etc. The very newest and most popular tles erery one hand tailor ed and eipial In uvery war to suits and over coats sold elsewhere for t Rio Ijo. Wear know one-tben- BEREA MARKETS THE MAIDEN RIDGE NURSERY. The Racket Store Prices Paid for Produce. 'Apples 50 cents per bu. 15 cents per pound. Butter.... .1 Eggs cents per dozen. Chickens, fryers. 17 cents per pound. IK cents per pound. Hams SI.00 per bushel Onions 91.00 per bushel. Potatoes '20-2- Save half your money and buy direct from Ihe Nursery. The Fall is the best tune to set in Kentucky. I have a large hue or all kinds or nursery stock with prices very Send ror price list. reasonable. Phono 100. G. I). Smith, Richmond, Ky. (ad) Frederick B. Wright. This week the people of Berea Dr. en- sJla, We can fit the whole family with good shoes $20 equalled elsewhere nt less than fjj. You will have to acknnw. ledge these farts when you see these garments. They are the greatest $20 suits and overcoati in the world. Coinp.tre them with any you have ever seen. These suits are not see CLARKSTON for WHEAT DRILLS MAIN STREET, Near Bank joyed two remarkable lectures by Dr. Frederick II. Wright, a noted scientist of Washington. Monday night his subject was, "Archaeology and the Bible" and be showed a very interesting series of slides picturing the discoveries or modern scientists in ancient Babylon, Palestine mid Egypt. His treatment or the subjects was such as to interest all or his hearers.. night was His topic Tuesday "Children I Have Seen." This suh- jeel was ol more general interest to Iterea people and was handled !iu a worthy manner. His pictures or juvenile life In all quartors of tho globo were very fascinating. HAYES BEREA, C& Store" '"c Cash GOTT KENTUCKY October 9, 1913. THE CITIZEN GOOD A Page Five OF THE The Citizen Knife The Citizen is sharp, and it has a good bargain for its subscribers who like a sharp knife. Any subscriber to THE CITIZEN who pays his dollar for first payment or renewal can have a dollar knife extra by paying 25 cents extra. Razor steel, white or black rough horn handle Looks like this. ROADS MEETING. FREAKS AND GET ONE TODAY JOHN DEAN TELLS OF THE "PROGRESSIVE" CAUCUS. A number uf members of the Progressive Parly met at the Public School House Wednesday night, October 1st, fur (be pin pose of organization. There wan a fair crowd present considering Hie far! Unit Hie '.llrst number of Hie Lyceum course 4kvns given Hie same night. This "van a disappointment In many Progressives, who bad already purchased their tickets lo the lecture. After several brief speeches concerning Progressive issues, (be work of organizing was taken up. Hardin l.nng was elected chairman and W. J. Illauton secretary. A rninuiitlce consisting of John I'. Dean, J. W. Stephens and W. J. Illautou was appointed by the chairuiau lo obtain information as to parly rules and regulation and report same at next merlins. On motion the quest ion as to Coun- whether candidates for City esque valleys into bowers of beauty and vineyards of delight. The people who' are far sighted enough to plant vineyards in Eastern Kentucky are sure lo reap a fortune, for we can place the llnest grapes on the market in August, winch is a full mouth ahead of any other grapes east of Hie Mississippi, and from the standpoint of a New York grape grower, I know this means a fortune, firapes pay for theinelves the third year anil after that there is an enormous prollt. I venture to suggest that if llerea' College would set out a thousand acres of vineyard she would in four years be possessed of an income LINCOLN INSTITUTE Or KENthat would somewhat relieve the TUCKY. bard task of raising money to carry on her great work, and would at Begins its Second Year. the same lime be teaching a lesson worth millions of dollars to the peoThe second year of the Institute ple whose interests he has so much opened in a very Haltering manner al heart. on Wednesday, Sept. ("th. Though Hut lo change the subject, we want applicants are carefully sifted, play to give the plume for hospitality to An exponent of organized every room in Kckstein Norton Hall game. Put It to the good people of Ilouan.a. In (girls dormitory) was assigned a scores the back lot a roto of tbo boys, however, and the some places, I am sorry to say, the month before the opening of the term, and a waiting list 'started, chances aro they'll prefer a came of (people seem lo look upon the Extenshinny with an old tin can on the sion wagon as a sort of free bank which soon axsiimed good proporto slldlne down a nlco shiny that is going about distributing tions. There are more rooms for dump playgrounds. Still, It money. At least they hold us up for boys than girls, so thai a waiting Doard In the always best for boys to let thmn the very lasl cent I hey can get. Hut list was not necessary for them. Isn't havo what they waut. at Honan.a they gave us so many Most of the students aro from Ken invitations out toeal that if we hail . accepted half of them wo would have been incapacitated for work for a week. They fed our mules free, and sent us away with a hearty invitation to come again. Besides nil this, they nearly stripped us of books and lectures. Kvery little whilo some L one, and at times two or three together, would come to the wagon to buy more books. Long may they live to enjoy Iheni! Last Siuiday we attended a funeral meeting and listened to some splenstraight, gospel preaching; and No. 1. One large, two-storconcrete store house in did, here we want lo say that we rigid best business part of Herea. Cost $2,500. Make have found conditions vastly bet-- ! ler in the places where Ihe gospel us an offer. in its purity has been regularly preached than in others where only No. 2. One brand new six room dwelling ( will be finishan occasional sermon is delivered. ed Septeinbr 1 ) only one-hal- f square to public .Certainly the good people of Ihe school. All plastered, finished in hardwood, four 'mountains must soon awaken to the fact that a man cannot preach with Also a large basegrates and cabinet mantels. real power and effort on earth, and ment about 22x24 feet, and two porches. Can be the same time board in heaven. We must pay enough salary to enable bought for $1,600. jour brightest young men lo attend No. 3. We have several nice residences on Jackson street school in the winter and preach thru Ihe hills in summer, thereby earnat prices form $1,200 to 5,000. ing enough lo continue school Ihe following winter, llerea College No. 4. We also have several Blue Grass farms in Madopportunienlarge the must counties which we can deison and adjoining ties she otters to young men (0 pro- -, worth the money. Also several business pare for aggressive christian work, liver propositions in Hardware, Dry Goods, Groceries, and the people to whom they minister must pay these young men for etc. Ihe time they give to the good work. Tell us what you want, and we shall try to please Now I must gel into my books and you. do some good hard studying myself, for il doesn't do for preachers to neglect their books even though they do have to give two lectures every night, take down and set up camp, travel these rocky roads, get stuck in the mud, tip over, mid go hungry during the day besides. So farewell till we meet again. Yours truly, G. S. Knight. 1111-II cil should he placed in Humiliation for the coming November election was brought up. After considerable discussion in which the recent action of a few Republicans in rail ink a "Mass Convention" with a slated ticket purporting to he the choice of all parties for City Council, was criticised, tint motion was put and carried unanimously. The following' men were placed in nomination by secret ballot; C. I'. Huiuold, John Muncy, It. II. ChVisman. W. II. Stowe. W. II. Harris, and J. I.. Pills. A committee was appointed lo prepare a petition and 111." , with the County Clerk, asking that the above names be placed on the olllcial ballot Progressive device. The meeting was adjourned to meet the following Wednesday night. tucky, hut two aro from Africa, oiks from Jamaica, W. I., and others from Chicago, St. Lotus and elsewhere. The new students average, distinctly higher than those with which the Institute began Us work last year, although It would be hard lo improve on many individuals of our last year's company. As a rule they are older, and possessed of greater maturity of thought and purpose. There is every reason lo believe that inside live years the Institute ought lo have accommodation for the hundred students. All of lasl year's force of teachers have returned but one who left us to be married. Her plan: has been llllnl, and the Treasurer's olllce has I strengthened by (hi! addition of .Miss Lillian Ambrose, a graduate of llerea College, and for some time a teacher in that institution. The Institute has received a heavy blow in the death of Dr. J II. Marvin, of Louisville, who was killed in the wreck on the N. Y. & N. II. Hy., Sept Dr. Marvin had been a Trustee of the Institute, and a member of its Prudential Committee since its organization. The Institute has fell the drought and inlen.e heat of the summer especially in causing a shortage of water 111 the reservoir. Crops have been remarkably good for such n season. The etllcieucy of the work done hy the Institute has shown in various ways. One young woman, who had previously only been able lo gel a third grade rertillcate, after two terms at the Institute went home and took the examination and received a llrst grade. Two young men, after one year in the engineering department, look charge of more than ten thousand dollars worth of machinery during the vacation of the superintendent of power, furnishing light and water without a mishap. Additional classes have had to bo carried for the new year, ami work is moving vigorously in nil departments. 11 meeting of the Good Roads for I be (Hade Magisterial district was held in the Directors' Room of llerea Hank k Trust Co. Saturday night lasl. Mr. Scale, the Presldenl, being absent, Mayor (lay, the Vice Presldenl, presided. Tliere was only n small attendance, owing to Hie fact thai notice of the meeting was not given. Only a small amount of business A committee was was transacted. appointed consisting of P. Cornelius, John l Dean, and C. M. Caulleld to prepare for a mass meeting to be held lo Interest Hie people in the observance of Hie two good roads days set apart hy I he Governor for October L'ilh and Will. This action is to he highly commended and all loyal Kenluckians should lay Iheir coals aside lake the hoe and shovel and work with nil Iheir might on Die roads for those two days. II will mean a great awakening for road improvement in (he stale. The committee for the preparation of a constitution and not being prepared it was asked thai a report be read al next meetby-la- FREEDOM BACKWOODS. ing. The meeting was adjourned to meet Monday night, October 1.1th, at 7 o'clock. At the next meeting a President will be elected lo .succeed Mr. Seale, who has left llerea lo assume new duties al Kent, 0. committee of two from each voting precinct in the (Hade Magisterial District will also be elected to assist the president in the work of the organization. All good citizens are asked to join this movement. BROTHER KNIGHT REPORTS ON HIS GREAT MOUNTAIN TOUR. (Cipnllmii'il frum imp1 Oiip. fill methods of the old world will turn these rugged hills and pictur- A FEW BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE y, i Bicknell & Harris Berea, Kentucky ; ' Candoe Tells Odd Stories The whole country was wild. It belonged lo everybody. Of course, somebody had deeds or patents on nearly Ihe whole territory. Hut deed lines cut little llgure with those early settlers who lived on the pure nir and water and game and Inn-baand saltpeter of the hills. Anything thai nature furnished was appropriated, in common by those people lo their own benefit. They did not sleal any tanbark or limber Ihey needed. They look il. They did not steal cow or hog or sheep pasturage. They look it; just as all new territory pioneers do. They were scrupulously honest according lo their ideas anil standards. They bad 11 supreme reverence for Ihe llihle and Ihe (iod of the HHile as Ihey understood them. However Iheir ethics did not altogether conform lo correct Hible leaching. They would not steal. I never heard of a theft during the three or four years of my living and dealing with those mountain folks. SI fating was looked upon as a more terrible crime than manslaughter if rommiiled in self defense even if the assailant had been provoked to make Ihe assault by the most agAnd "niggravating provocation. ger stealing" was regarded as a more heinous crime than cold blooded murder. "Nigger stealing" did not mean stealing by a negro nor stealing from a ifegro but it was Hie stealing of a slave from his master to free him or to use him. Generally, a thief, according (0 III uo Grass and mountain ethics, was the most despised of all criminals. "Man stealing," in the Hible sense stealing a man from himself or living off the unpaid labor of other people "keeping Iheir hire back by fraud" as SI. James puts it (.lames VI or by force, was not stealing. Healing a fellow in a business deal, even (hough deception, was not stealing. I once bought a few pounds of beeswax al a store in llichmoud. Tin; grocery man in breaking a cake of beeswax to accommodate me encountered a flat piece of slate stone concealed in the cake. "Tliere" he exclaimed, "that did not come from Hie Illtie grass, it came from the mountains where Ihey have slate rock." ' Yet Hie man who sold that slale furfbeeswax did not think be was violating Hie Hible command, "Thou shall not sleal" and call himself a thief any more than the great manufacturers of rotten steel armour, or slay cloth, or alcoholic drinks or other poisonous drinks, or foods do, who make and sell such products for good slull. Now that brand of ethics though held and practiced by thai moun taineer did not come from his Hible. Nor did it originate in Hie mountains. It came from below, from the class of people who live and get rich without work, off the unrequited toil of other people. Heating a fellow in a horse trade, even by misrepresentation, was not stealing by the ethics of (his lower class When I was a pedestrian missionary, walking twelvo and forty mile stretches, I found 1 was, needlessly, walking my life away, and saved out of a small salary, $.'0 with which to buy a horse. A man not a mountaineer a Hlue grass man learned of my wants and taking advantage of my ignorance of horse llesh and horse values brought and sold me, for that little wad of cash, a horse which he knew was dying with glanders. To assure me that he was honest and was telling me the truth and was, generally, giving me a good bargain, told me be was a Haplist preacher; which I learned afterward was the truth My first trip on the horse was to a forty mile away appointment. On the way there I staid all night with one Hilly Williams, a farmer, a good judge of horses, who saw at a glance, that my horse had the glanders and consigned him to seclusive quarters; said lie knew the man who sold the horse to me and that he was as "rotten' as the horso was. Next day I rode on lo "Hob Nicholas," the terminal point Mr. Nicho1110 las very generously furnished with another horse and quarantined my sick horse till he died. More about Hob Nichols and Hilly Williams later on. This Haptist preacher, I am glad to say, was a dishonorable exception to his ministerial brethren, but I am afraid not so much an exception among his business associates. He did not think he was a thief, lie thought he was on his way lo heaven, because he had obeyed the the Scripture commaudl nud thought ho was a safe guide lo others he preached ohedienco to that commaudl Glad, also to say his brand of business ethics was not common in the mountains. Hut 11 political brand, inculcated by Hlue Grass and other polilicuns rk 1 se had a wider acceptance among mountain voters. The mountain people, outside of Ihe political Renters, had little In do with politics but lo vote. They were laiighl by these politicians thai they were justly entitled to a share in the benellts of olllce holding and the only way Ihey could gel thai share was lo ncccpl. a cash bonus .for Iheir vole. So vole selling, I hough contrary to law, becamo quite a common deal with not n few mountain voters. The seller was open to trade with any candidate until his vole was cast. 'Che voting was done viva voce, so if one bad accepted pay from one candidate nnd wanted to give his vole to another for more pay or for any other reason he gave Ihe money back lo the former purchaser. His voting ethics required this! lie was strictly honest lo his ethics! Of course we had plenly of people far above this kind of thing, but vote selling was often known. One noted case, of common knowl-ledg- e, was that of a lather and son who carried away from the voting sbanly in Clover Hollom a hundred silver dollars each in his saddle pockets. That was when the polls were open three days and the candidates and other strikers went from precinct to meet and "vote" Iheir This was at the lasl voting place and the vole was a lie between the two contending candidates. The one who could pay the most got I bo votes!' A more shabby trick was played by the politicians. Most of the small ofllcers were self nominated; such as legislators, County and Precinct ofllcers. An aspirant lo olllce would announce himself a candidate, mount his horse and ride from man to man and ask him, personally, to vole for him. This practice was so common after I went to Jackson that men would say to me if my vote is not worth asking for it is not worth having. Hut the trick was this; real candidates would hire fellows who had some following to mount a horse and ride around among his friends and announce himself a candidate for Ihe same olllce, and theu at the polls declare himself off and urge his followers to vote for bis friend. This was also good ethics! Toledo boasts of political progress. II is way behind old Kentucky in the matter of local independent nomination! ls. Economical Both en Use i amd Cost I 1 CALUMET BAKStfG POWDER And it does better work. Simply follow your cus- tomary method ct'pre-- p tuld u little :rati v. It s rf Calumet than v L.Y-:,rcv,c- "i . in'? ordinary ly n.ivjd the baking comes from the oven rclt. lji'..t,lhiiij,.;n(l et v. Then il- .licit the nicretcmptin7,t:istier, more wholesome. Calumet :::s;ux the biking of an expert. jour giocer tot iixv. Received Ask Highest Awarita yk STATE NEWS. (Continued rrom I'ag-- One.) I'm. CUc;o, Pirii Eroi- - I Mitchell, Jay Young, "Slim" Foster, Marcellus Waildy and Geo. Davenport, robbery; Will Jones, malicious shooting; Jim Hush, malicious shooting and robbery; Hud Heunell, malicious cutting and two counts for robbery. Georgetown Gives Decency Another Setback. As a result of the protest entered by (be "wets" against Hie recent election. Judge Robert T. Stout was forced to issue a mandate permitting Hie licensing of saloons in Georgetown. Five applications for licenses and entered were immediately granted. The "drys" are planning to contest the decision under Ihe County Unit Law. I.el us hope that their cause will be successful and that the seat of a famous college may be unpolluted by liquor. Chautauqua at White Hall. Many people left the Chautauqua grounds at White Hall on Wednesday night, having pro II ted by the lectures they heard and the demonstrations they observed. Tliere were good lectures 011 "Housekeeping" by l'tt3f ifejjl aad aeda. powder. i bakiexeceaoaical I bare Tea dWt tan meaty wlea 701 bay deep r llf-ca- a Doa't be multd. Bar Calaaut. It'a I Cataract la iar aapcrwr vort wbeleaeaae t aaar milk t ieea bast reaalta. I I I I dairy cattle by Prof. Dexter, the government expert. Joe Wing told stories of farm life, full of instruction and interest. Prof. T. J. Coates of Frank fort, Slate Supervisor of Rural Schools, gavo an address that plead for a rational education to 111 Kentucky boys and girls for farm life, as against education that pulls them toward the cities. Mrs. Wolcott; WORLD NEWS. (Contlnuctt from Page One.) on the Glh of October. incut Chinese Cruiser at Philadelphia. A new Chinese war vessel launched al the shipyard at Camden, N. J., was manned with an entire crew of Chinese, and is now undergoing a week's maneuvers olT the Delaware capes. Captain Yang commands the vessel. Rimtnmtam Cat nAufliu atmmj Zaef rwaM AUTOLOADING 1 riitHi I SHOTGUNS a m i I: WW ll t Ml fm NY way you look at it. the Autoloader ! th'o Inghcat development in modem ahotgim deiiim. It DUta five loadt at your diapoaal br met elv nrcaaini the triKser. It DUta the recoil fo uttful alip in the freah ahelL alaiiil icoai to eject the empty and It aavea the sunner a ahoulder nd hi (port of incieaaea hla ahooting average. nnoyaneea Your danger la that In your cnthuaUam over the autoloading princlplt, you may forget to inatat on getting the finut embodiment of that principle th Autoloading Shotgun. Rtmlnfton-UMC Tk peculiar ajvaittaa el tii Itanunaton.UMC art too many lo detail her. Whai you want to do i to ona of th Ktmington'UMC daaJaia in thia aactioa to qtnwa. atrai litem to you oa th run itaali. ItmIo(toa Armi'Union Metalllo Cartridge Co. I New Yaafc W Brother Page Six. THE CITIZEN. JusT liTiouT puHTiig out for go6S7' Why not go back with "Indeed! me?" "You enn tnko the girl buck If you want to, but now that I'm getting my cbnncc nt yon I may not go." Hedtleld's tone was entirely eordlnl ' as be turned to Lee. "I enmc hoping ' to carry you away. Will you corao?" "I'm nfrnld I can't mi less mother goes," she replied sadly. hand. Llze wared an Imperative nway, child. I want to talk I "Fade with .Mr. Hodflcld nlone. Go seer' Thus dismissed, I.ec went back to the restaurant, where she found tho forester Just sitting down to his lunch' eon. "Mr. Itedlleld will be out In a few minutes," she explained. "Won't you Join me?" be asked In the frank nccent of one to whom women are comrades. "The supervisor has I tiAnn fiillttif mn nlinnt vnM j ghe took a sent facing him, feeling ' something rellned In his lone smooth-!oy.sh face. He seemed aven. T very young to be district forester, nnd his eyes were n soft brown, with small wrlnL-- l nt liunrhter nlnvlni- - rnumt their corners. He began nt once on the subject of his visit. "IitHllleld tells me you are a Did you friend of Mr. 'Javniingh's. know that be had resigned?" She faced him with startled eyes. "No, Indeed. Hns he done so?" "Yes. The supervisor got a letter yesterdny Inclosing his resignation and nsktng to be relieved nt once. And when I heard of It I asked the supervisor to bring me down to seo him. He's too good a man to lose." "Why did he reslgu?" "He seemed very bitter over tho Hut I hope to per chiefs dismissal suade him to stay in the service. He's too valuable a man to lose Just now. when the war Is so hot 1 realize that his salary Is too small. Hut thero nre other places for him. Perhaps when he knows that I have a special note to htm from the chief he will reconsider. He's quite capable of the supervisor's position, nnd Mr. Hedfleld Is willing to reslpi In his favor. I'm telling you all this because? Mr. Hedfleld has told me of your Interest In Mr. Cuvanr.gli, or, rather, his Interest In you." Sam Gregg, eulerlng the door at this moment, came directly to the forester's table, lie wns followed by tho sheriff, a bearded old man with a soiled collar and a dim eye. Gregg growled out, "You'd better keep your man Cavanagh In the hills. will take a Mr. Forester, or pot shot at him." "Why what's new?" "Ills assistant Is down with small- pox." "Smallpox!" exclaimed Dalton. Every Jaw wns llxed and every eye turned ujion the speaker. "Smallpox!" gasped Lee. Gregg resumed, enjoying tho sensa-the"Yes, that tlon ho wns creating. Basque herder of mine, the one up near Hlack Tooth, sent word he was . 80 1 bunted P JD. o!l tramp by take his place. nan'e of Edwards found the dago dying of pox October 9, 1913. FLASHED BY WIRELESS "Do you want a message from Mlae Olbson?" ho asked him. Thn words acted electrically upon are Cavanagh, Forest . Ranger The Great Conservation Novel By HAMLIN GARLAND Copyright, 1910, by Hamlin Garland I I I knew It was smallpox and fallenb report It he did wrong, but you say lie took en re of this poor shepherd nursed him till he died and burled blm, taking all precautions. You can't complain of that, can you? That's tho act of a good ranger nnd n bravo man. You wouldn't have done It!" ho ended, addressing Gregg. "Sickness np there two full miles nbove sea level ta quite a different proposition from Ickness In Sulphur City or the Fork. I shall not condemn Sir. Cavanagh till I bear his side of the story." Loo turned a grateful glance upon him. "You must be right. I don't believe Mr. Cnranngh would deceive any one." rtWoll, we'll soon know tho truth," aald Dalton, "for I'm going up there. If the ranger has been exposed he must not be left alone." "He ain't nlone," declared the sheriff. "Tom phoned me that ho bad an thero without a cook or a nurse." At this moment a tall, fair young fellow, dressed In a ranger's uniform, entered the room nnd made his way directly to tho spot whero Leo, her mother and Hedfleld were standing. "Mr. Supervisor, Cavanagh has sent mo to tell you that he needs a doctor, lie's got a sick man tip nt the station, and he's afraid It's a caso of smallpox." Ho turned to Leo. "He told mo to tell you that ho would have written, only ho was afraid to even send a letter out" "What does bo need?" asked Redfleld. "He needs medicine and food, a doctor, nnd he ought to have a nurse." my Job," said Llze. "Nonsense!" said Redfleld. "You're not fit to ride a mile. I won't hear of your going." "You wait and see. I'm going, and you can't stop me." "Who Is tho mnn with him?" asked I That's Lee Virginia Wetherford, who has been SYNOPSIS. o ASar?nVTork!hHlr,0m&?or; Without license. Lee meets Ross CavnnaRh, forest ran ger, and Forest Supervisor Hedfleld. Cavanagh and I.ee Income Interested In each LUe Wetherford, Lee's mother, becomes Lee Harts In to Improve the character of the boarding house. Cavanagh and Redfleld compliment her. Gregg, a ranchman, threatens Cavanagh. I1L assistant" coast, erecting tho wlrcloss telegraph stations which aro fast covering tho Interior of this hugo desert land. Ho Hall; but Hall had nnd a companion lay undor a calm of stonos many weeks' Journoy southward and PresI By FRANK FIL80N. A man was tramping heavily across tbn sands of tho Interior of the vast Australian contlnont Preston watched him from thn door of his tont Ho had no doubt that this wns an Illusion, born, llko so many others, of loneliness and the scorching heat of tho llllmltablo wastes. For fifteen months Preston had not seen a whltn man's faco. With bis small company of faithful blacks ho had traveled almost from coast to masculine woman. If running a shabby boarding house, where whisky la fold I "Swenson, I suppose." said Redfleld, who entered at this moment "Swen-o- n Is bis nsslstant" "I didn't see him myself," Gregg ether. continued, "but I understood the deputy to say that he wns nn old man." "Swenson Is n young man." corrected Redfleld. The sheriff Insisted. "Tom said It was nn old mnn n stranger to him tall, smooth shnven, not very strong, he said 'peared to be a cook. He had helped nurse the dago, so Tom said." "That's very curious," mused "There Isn't an old mnn 111 tho ervice of this forest Thoro's a misRed-fiel- tho forester. "I ilnn't knnw nn old herder, ho aid. Ho said ho could tako care of htm alt right for tho present, but that If be were taken down himself" Lee's mounting emotion broke from In n little cry. "Oh. Mr. Hedfleld, please let me go tool I want to help! I must help!" Itedlleld said: "I'll telephone to Sulphur City and nsk Hrooks to get a nurse and come down ns soon ns possible. Meanwhile I'll go out to see what the conditions nre." "I'm going, too. I tell you," nnuounccd Llze. "I'vo hnd the cussed ills-- , case, and I'm not afraid of it Wo hnd three sieges of It In my family You get me up there, and I'll do tho her Lea tarestlng career and explains tha work and troubles of tha taratt aarvlc. XeoTs QcHglitet! with the culture shown at Elk Lodge. Cavanagh rides sixty miles to spend the evening with her. Cavanagh's love for Lee grows. Mrs. Redfleld likes Lee, but dislikes her moth- er and thinks Cavanagh's love affair Is loousn. The doctor orders Llze to cease work and diet herself. She rebels. Cavanagh arrests CJrcgg's son nnd a stranger named Edwards as poachers. Roaring Fork rowdies attempt to rescue the prisoners, but Llze and Lea arm themselves and help Cavanagh. They arlve away the roughs, and delivers his prisoners to Judge Hlgley for trial. Edwards, whose fine has been paid, Joins Cavanagh at his cabin. He tells Cavanagh he Is Ed Wetherford, Lee's father. I.ee thinks he Is dead. TTeTlierToni aria "Cavanagh find a sheep herder with smallpox. Wetherford becomes nurse. Cavanagh finds two sheep herders murdered. "CATahngTi 'cans the sheriff to the scene. Cattlemen are suspected of the murders. The smallpox victim dies. Officers are hunting for Ed Wetherford, who Is an escaped convict. President Taft lets Plnchot go, and Cavanagh resigns. Tearing to spread contagion, Cavanagh and Wetherford retire to Cavanagh's cab- In. Wetherfurd urges Cavanagh to mar- ry Lee. smallpox attacks Wetherford. Gregg accuses Cavanagh of harboring a convict. Llze volunteers to nurse Wetherford. Dunn, an Informer, accuses cattlemen of murdering. the sheep herders. Car-ana- Llze ceases her elicit whisky selling. Mrs. Redfleld Invites Lee to visit Elk Lodge. Redfleld tells Lee about Cavanagh's In Is disgusted with her surroundings. - j ! CHAPTER XWII. a call Fon iiEtr. the following morning, while were busy packing for the Journey to Sulphur, Red- Held rolled up to the door In company with a young man In the unl- form of a forester. "Go ask Heddy to como in." com- mauded Llze. "I want to see him." , Redfleld met the glr at the door and presented his companion as "Mr. Dal- ton. district forester." Dalton was a tall young fellow with a marked south- em accent "Is Cavanagh. the ranger, In town?" he asked. I y ON "No," Lee replied, with effort; "ho was here a few days ago, but he's gono back to the forest." Redfleld studied the girl with keen gaze, perceiving a passionate restraint In her face. "How is your mother?" he asked politely. Lee smiled faintly. "She's able to It up. Won't you come In nnd see her?" "WJtl pleasure," assented Redfleld. "but I want to sec you alone. I bavo something to say to you." He turned to his superior. "Just go Into tho cafe, Dalton. I'll see you in a moment." Lee Virginia, hitherto ashamed of tho house, the furniture, the bed everything led the way without n word of apology. It was all detached now something ibout to be left behind, like a bad garment borrowed In a time of Btress. Nothing mattered since Host did not return. Llze, looking unwontedly refined and gentle, was sitting in a big rocking chair with her feet on 1 stool, her eyes fixed on the mountains, which bowed through the open window. All the morning a sense of profound change, of something passing, had oppressed her. Now that she was about to leave the valley its charm appealed to her. She was tearing up a multitude of tiny roots of whose existence be bad hitherto remained unaware. "I belong here," she acknowledged silently. "I'd be homesick anywhere else on God's earth. It's rough and fly bit and all that, but so am I. I wouldn't fit In anywhere that Lee belonged." She acknowledged an especial liking for Redfleld, and she had penetration enough, wordly wisdom enough, to know that Lee belonged more to bis world than to her own and that his guidance and friendship were worth more, much more, than that of all the rest of the country, her own Included. Therefore she said; "I'm mighty glad to see you, Iteddy, Sit down. You've got to hear my little spiel this time." Redfleld, perched on the edge of a tawdry chair, looked about (like tho charity visitor in a slum kitchen) without intending to express disgust, but It was a dlsmul room In which to be lck, and he pitied the woman tho more profoundly as bo remembered her In the days wheu "all outdoors" was none too wldo for her. Llze begun abruptly: "I'm down, but not out. In fact, I was coming up to see you this afternoon. Leu and I I ' I "Why "You're crazy." he replied. should Ross do such a foolish thing? What Is his motive? What Interest would he have In this man Edwards. whom you call a tramp? He can't be a relative and certainly not a friend of Cavanagh's. for you say he Is a to iTniZ lng convict. Come, now, your hatred of foum, the flnJ t0Qk Cavanagh has gone too far." Gregg was somewhat cooled by this care Qf D,m ,esult Is he.s M of Kerm, and has broUBUt nU npprentice dash of reason, but replied: "I don't down wtn ,t nnd both of cm mU3t bc know what relation be Is, but these quarantined right where they are." are facts. He's concealing an escaped man," exclaimed convict, nnd he knows It" "Good heavens, Dalton put In a quiet word. "What Dalton. "this Is serious buslnessl Are Is the use of shouting a Judgment y0U sure jfs smallpox?" "One of my men came from there against a man like Cavanagh before last night. I was there myself on yon know the facts? He's one of the Monday; so was the deputy. The sher best and ablest rangers on this forest iff missed Tom this morning, bnt I I don't know why ho has resigned, reached him by phone, and Cuvanagb but I'm sure" "Has ho resigned?" asked Gregg eaadmitted to us that the Hasquo died of smallpox and that he buried blm gerly. with his own hands." "Ho has." Tho sheriff spoke up. "The criminal "A good Job for blm. I was about to part of it 13 this, Mr. Dalton Cava- circulate a petition to have blm renagh didn't report the cu.se when he moved." came down here. Just when about leav- "If all the stockmen in the valley lng a trail of poison. Why didn't he had signed a petition against blm It report It? He should be arrested." wouldn't have done any good," re"Wait a moment," said Dalton. "Per- plied Dalton. "We know a good man haps it wusu't pox; perhaps It was only when we see him. I'm here to offer mountain fever. Cavanagh is not tho blm promotion, not to punish blm." Lee, looking nbout at the faces of kind of man to Involve others In a I reckon he knew 1t was pestilence. these men and seeing disappointment nothing but a fever, and, not wishing In their fares, lost the keen sting of to alarm his friends, ho Just slid Into her own humiliation. "In the midst of town and out again." such a fight as this bow can he give A flash of light, of beat, of Joy, went time or thought to me?" Painful as through Lee's heart ns she listened to the admission was, she was forced to Daltou's defense of Cavanagh. "That admit that she was a very humblo was the reason why ho rodo away," factor in a very large campaign, "nut suppose be falls 111!" Her face grew be thought. "lie was afraid of bringing harm to us." And this conviction white and set and her Hps bitter. lighted her face with a smile even "That would bo the final tragic touch." while tho forester continued his sup- she thought, "to hare him come down position by saying, "Of course proper of a plague from nursing one of Sam precautions should be taken, and as Gregg's sheep herders." Aloud she we are going up there the supervisor aid: "Ills resignation comes Just In and I will see that a quarantine Is es- time, doesn't It? He can now be sick to tho service." tablished If we And It necessary." , without loss Gregg was not satisfied. "Cavanagh Dalton nnswered ber. "The superadmitted to the deputy nnd to me that visor has not accepted bis resignation. be believed the case to be smallpox On the contrary, I shall offer him a and said that he had destroyed the higher position. His career as a forcamp and everything connected with ester Is only beginning. He woutd be It except the horse and the dog, and foolish to give up tho work now, when yet he comes down here. Infecting ev- the avenues of promotion aro Just I can offer him very soon erybody he meets." Ho turned to Lee. opening. "You'd better burn the bed be slept the supervision of a forest." on. He's left a trail of germs wher- As they talked Lee felt herself sinkever he went. I say the man Is crim- ing the while her lover rose. It was inally liable and should be Jailed If all true. Tho forester was right he lives to get back to town." " Ross was capable of any work they Lee's mind was off now on another might demand of htm. He was too tangent "Suppose It Is true?" she killed, too intelligent, too manly, to asked herself. "Supposo he has fallen remain in tho forest heroic as Its duBlck away up there, miles and miles ties seemed. Upon this discussion Llze, hobbling from uny nurse or doctor" "There's something queer about the painfully, appeared. With a cry of whole business," pursued Gregg, "For surprise Lee rose to meet her. Instance, who is this assistant he's "Mother, you must not do this!" "I'm all got? Johnson said there was an old I Bhe waved her nway. man In ranger uniform (tottering round. right," she said, "barring the big marWhy didn't be seud word by blm? bles In my slippers." Then sho turned Why did be let me como to the door? to Dalton. "Now, what's It all about? He might have Involved me In the disIs It true that Ross Is down?" ease. I tell you, If you don't take caro "No. So fsr as wo know, bo Is of him the people of the county will." well." The forester looked he "Well. I'm going to And out. 1 don't lptend to set here .und have hint up I take somewhere." "Well," concluded Gregg, "that's what he said. I thought nt first It might be that old hobo Edwards, but this feller being in uniform nnd smooth rest." haven" Ills face changed; his "Hut yon nre ill." Tolco deepened. "Say, I believe It was "I wns. but I'm not now." Her voice Edwards, and, furthermore, Edwards was firmer than It had loen for days. Is the convict that Texas marshal was "All I needed wns something to do. after the other day, and this man Ross Cuvanngh has been like a son to Cavanagh your prlzo ranger is har- me for two years. He's the one man boring him." In this country I'd turn my hand over I "What nonsense!" exclaimed yourself. Heddy-a- nd It's my Job to see blm through this pinch." ?n .,,11.. of nil nnnn.i.inn i,..i The sheriff banged his band upon ",,1. " ' ' the table. "That's the whole mystery. her wny. Returning to her room to get such clothing ns she needed for t I see It all now. He's up there conI... cealing this mnn. He's given out this kn. atn I., ,1... I.ltl , nui- - H..U n't uti mtij 111 nil; Itlll--wuilll f -. T?A.tAn1.l In .ami smallpox scare Just to keep the away from blm. Now you've got can't ride n horse no more." she sorrowfully admitted. It!" Lee's secret was no secret to any one The thunder In his voice drew toward him all those who remained In there. Her wide eyes nnd heaving the dining room, and Lee found her- breast testifled to the profound stir In self ringed about by a dozen excited her heart. Sho was In an nngulsh of men, but she did not flinch. She was fear lest Ross should already be in j too deeply concerned over Cnvanagh's the grip of his loathsome enemy. That fate to be afraid, and. besides, Hed- It had come to him by wny of a brnve fleld and the forester were beside her. and noble net made the situation only The supervisor was staggered by iuo luuru irugic. Gregg's accusation and by certain confirmatory facts In his own possession, CHAPTER XIX. but he defended Cavanagh bravely. TUB TESTItOVSE. Red-fielfor-bar- rlng ' -offl-ccr- s I,I ton was without companionship. Cut off from tho world as ho was, all his porspectlvo of things hnd changed. What had seemed formerly unimportant now appeared of tho utmost urgency, important things such as cleanliness, for example, or tho uso of the knlfo and fork seomcd merely essential details. Hut what ho had onco scoffed at such as religion, and lovo wcro overwhelming facts. Hack In England a girl wns waiting till tho completion of his task enabled him to send for her, that they might tako up Ufa together. At last Tho flguro cami forward. Preston began to bellevo that It was ' reality. Iln advnnced from tho tent I door; the man staggered up and then j collapsed at his feut. Ho was emaclat by ed by hungor and burned brick-rethe tropical sun. Preston carried him Into his tent, undressed him and placed , him upon his stretcher. He sat beside him and laved his head with water from a porous bag, cooled by ovaporo- - t tlon In the sun. Presently the man began to mut-- . ter but 'r'slon could not catch any meaning In bis disjointed words. He had no ,,mo ,0 Pcnd 0,1 ,hlm' 1,av' '"R him there ho turned his ntten- .. V.lt. - I .. I - k was being set up. Tho blacks worked. Jabbering, under bis directions. No- - tho other. "Message?" ho muttered. "Shra In England." "Hut listen, man. I can flash a message to tho coast It will probably bo picked up by passing ships nnd transmitted from point to point Perhaps an answer will como." Fired with the Idea, ho hurrlod out to tho transmitting apparatus; and that was tho origin of tbn strangest messago that ever went by wireless. It wns tho operator on board tho U. 8. cruiser "Tenafly" who caught tbo faint signals and showed tho messago to his commanding officer. It ran llko this: "Miss Daisy Gibson, Plymouth, England. Peter Harnett, sick In North Australia, asks for a messago." Thero was no signature Thn message was flashed out In all directions. It was picked up simultaneously by a Dutch merchantman off tho Celebes, by a Urltish warship In tho Indian ocean, by Surinam. Hcforo noon It was pouring Into the telegraph office at Plymouth from n hundred different places. It camo from Russia, from tho United States, from South America, from Egypt Tho wlros wore blocked, and, following ona nnothcr without an Interval, the samo words wcro clicked out by tho needle: off senger ship a German pas- I "Miss Daisy Gibson, Plymouth, England. Peter Harnett, sick In North Australia, asks for a measngu." Tho newspapers brought out spo-clPlymouth romance. was a editions. Reporters hurried to to obtain particulars of the Hy nightfall Miss Gibson world-fatuou- borolne. Mon- sieur Jules Charpentler, tho veteran correspondent for the Paris "Figaro," departed for England without any other baggngo than a toothbrush and a pair of opera glasses, In order to secure an Interview with Miss Daisy Hut of nil that Preston was Ignorant. Ho had sent tho messago In the last hopo of saving the stranger's life. Now, having dispatched It, ho sat be- Ido his guest, his head In his hands. All his work had gono for nothing and tho hope of life was shattered, for the message had been to his own jwecthcart I Vj g -- w"tvU ver .t rLZSu Z -- . something about that murder." The other man broke Into a whimper. "I'm a law abiding man. Mr. Cavanagh," ho began tremulously, "I've always kept the law and never Intended to have anything to do with that business. I ache In his bones his decision wns In stunt. "You've got it." be said. "It's up to us to moic down the valley tomor- row." Wetherford protested that he would as soon die In the hills ns In the val- lov. In ilnn't wniir I.o, know, but If I seem liable to fade out I'd like Llze to be told that 1 didn't forget her and that I came back to tlnd out bow she wns. I hate to be a nuisance to you. and so I'll go down the valley If you say so." As be was nbout to turn In that ulght Itoss lien nl horse cross the bridge and, with Intent to warn tho rider of his danger, went to tho door and called out- - "Halt! Who's there?" "A friend." replied the stranger In a weak voice. Ross (crmlttcd the visitor to ride up to the (o!e. "I can't nsk you in," be explained. "I've n sick man Inside. Who are you, and what cnu 1 do for you?" Notwithstanding this warning tho rider dropped from his saddle and came into tho light which streamed from the dour. "My uame Is Dunn." he begnn. "I'm from Deer Creek." "I know you," responded tho ranger. "You're that rancher I saw working In the ditch the day I went to telephone, and you've come to tell me Vlrt-ltiln 11 bm " ullu " A'1"'" to complain etherford and oUit mau M' the was 1111 dragged Into It o against my will. I'vo come to you you'ro law. you. You represent the president and I want to tell you what I know, only I want you to promise not to bring me Into It I'm a man with a family, and I can't bear to have them know the olllcer of tho federal I trust You don't belong here. truth." (To lio continued.) According to Hoyle. Rev. Joseph Gravely (giving his views of tho uvlls of card playing dur1 wos saying. ing n pastoral calli-- As I am lu doubt-Par- rot (Interrupting engerlyi-Wb- en you nre In doubt piny trumps'. And 110 member of that family has been uble to account for tho parrut's utterance to tho satisfaction of thu pastor. London Punch. Advertisement Solicited. Per. Miss Crocker iliisliiiiatlnglyi haps your friend would like to give u his advertisement for the Church Kali" Record? Mr Pepper Ccrt'nly; I'll take fc ;ouple of pages. Miss Crocker How awfully good of you! What line of business are you In? Mr. Pepper Wholesalo liquor dealac - gruvef -- Llpplncott's. , Ho took tbn locket from his pocket and opened It. The sight of her face occasioned htm exqulBlto tortures. Yet he could find no reproach for her, for ho had always known that there was another man. That much she had told him. They had been engaged six months when Preston mot Daisy. Sho had told him that tho other man had gono away, but ho had never learned his name. Ho knew, however, that sho had ceased to care for him. It was only after long persuasion, nnd because they know that their lovo for each other was more sacred even than a plighted word, that she had promised herself to blm. And now he hnd been the agent whereby thoso two wcro brought together again. Tho dismal night passed by. The ' hot sun scorched the sands again. I The sick man awoke. He would re! cover now. Yet Preston bad not decided what to do. It seemed that ho had staked his future on ono reckless throw and that tho Issuo lay with him no longer. . "What was that you sAld about Mist 1 Gibson?" asked tho man on the bed. "How did you learn her namo?" "From your Hps," answered Preston. "You wero delirious." The Figure Came Forward "I should have kept that namo sebody who saw Preston, cool In his cret." said the other bitterly. "You would said you had received a messago?" linen coat and I white have dreamed that thu whole pyschlc , "I raid that one could bo sent." organization of tho man was disin said Preston. "And" tegrating. Ills work bo carried on "With that wireless apparatus? My by force of habit, but his mind was a friend, If you sent a messago to her you would wrong two people bitterly. chaotic whirl of fancies. Sometimes, whon they grew too I "I supposo I had better tell you turbulent for he would about it," ho continued. "It Isn't a look at a locket which he carried In thing that I am very proud of, but hero It Is. Wo wero engaged nearly his pocket. Inside was a girl's faco English girl of common- - j two years ago. Then I went to tho a placo typo enough, but all In the ( Indies with a outfit, hop world to him. That steadied him. He ing to make a fortunn and return could go on with his work In the. marry her. Well. I got tangled ui' hopo that It gavo him. And his work with a girl In Calcutta, and tho long and short of It Is that wo wero marwas little mora than half completed. Evening camo at length; tho meal ried. I wrote to Miss Gibson and told was prepared. Tho stranger showed her It was tho only thing to do. I signs of reviving. Presently conscious- havon't regretted my marrlago cither, ness came back; he sat up and lookod but when I think of tho dishonor of Jilting a girl who was waiting for round weakly. me well, It makes mo pretty well "Whcro am I?" ho asked. Preston answered blm In latltudo ashamed of myself," Preston's heart wns beating hard and longitude; that was tho only way of reckoning lu that region. "Where against tho locket Ho 1d not daro to movo for a long tlmo. When at aro you from?" bo asked. The man told him an Incredible last ho went outsldo tho tont ho felt story. He had tried to tramp from as though he was treading on air. tho Cape York region to Hrlsbano. He And Just as he reachod the wireless had been wrecked In a pearling apparatus ho heard tbo faint click of Ho had struck tho first of the needle. schooner. Ho could not catch the messago at Preston's camps, and had followed the line, hoping that they would lead blm first, for It was, In fact, traveling to safety. Ho waa at his last gasp across two thousand miles of water. when Preston found him. Then be Hut somewhere out In that world he relapsed Into delirium and began mut- longed to sue again he knew that his appeal had been received, and that tering. Preston at first paid no attention tbo future was to bo decided very to his delirium. Gradually, however, speedily. He did not know that all he became worse. The man waa the world waa aware of all tbo dealarmingly worso by morning. It tails of the story; that Daisy, beseemed Improbable that be would sur- wildered by tho unending Interrogavive tho day. One namo persistently tions, had betrayed everything; nor hovered upon his Hps. It waa a wo- that she, In turn, had boon made aware of the Identity of tha sender. man's namo. Raroly the sick man would return Yet thero could have been only one man In that region who could have to consciousness, but Preston waa to gather much from blm. The sent It, and Preston's photograph apgirl was his fianco and lived In Ply- peared at that Instant In Ave hunmouth, England. That much ho knew: dred newspapers. Miss Daley Gibson, engaged to Peter Preston sat at his table and tho Harnett and waiting for his return needlo clicked off the answer to tho with the pearl oyster catch, that they tune of his hammering heart: might be married. As the sick man "Never mind about I. U. I lovo you grew weakor his utterance of her dearly. Daisy." (Copyright. I13. by W. O. Chapman.) name bocamo continuous. All at once a wild idea came Into An eastern surgeon says smiling Is Preston's brain. He shook DaroeU good for appendicitis. Makos It easviolently. ier to pay tho doctor's bill. jus w r , , fair-hatre- pearl-flshln- i un-abl- o October o, 1913. A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY. Hpl-ce- THE CITIZEN GARDENS I Page Serea FOR A Corner for Women VERSE FOR TI11S WEEK. I LITTLE FOLKS I lnk Thy liaml, anil fears grow M.III; Hi'liolij Thy fach, nml doubt re- move; WI111 would mil yield his wiivuring 1 will To perfect Truth mid boundless I.(IV(!? Jolinion. IT YOU Is WOULD BE BEAUTIFUL. reiuisilo of Inio beauty to think pure and beautiful thoughts; to allow no ntigry imptilHo to gsilu control of the life; to deal Wildly, nml, hint, Iml nut least, to lovel Tim eyes arc the windows of tho .soul, nml thru them shine nil tho emotions of the soul. Hull eyes ami imperfect features can (dnw with beauty; heul or slouching forms can aeipiim dignity and grace. The one who is beautiful within will he beautiful without. She will Jake as splendid care of her health A- possible, that it may express the "morions within. She will neglect no outward means within her power to become ns radiantly beautiful as (bid intended her to he. Ho good, and you will ho beautivarieful I Not with (he skin-dee- p ty, which withers and shrivels from exposure to the sun, but with that kind, which like the beauty of n glorious day, grows mere nml more perfccl, even unto Iho end. Tlii! Ilrsl - When Miss Ann Plckolt dropr, ped In on hor neighbor, Mrs. and found hor moping over tho fragments of a gilt vnso, Miss Ann sympathized generously. "It must have been nil her ti cosily vase," she said, looking admiringly nl the pieces. "No, it only cost six bits," Mrs. Splcor acknowledged. "II Isn't that I feel go bad about. "May bo It was n gift thai you prized becnuso of associations." Mrs. Splcor shook hor head. 'Mini nml I bought il over in Tompklusvlllo a long lime ago. I prized 11 because il was snob a saving to tho family. Tho Ilrsl year wc had II I kcpl il on Iho fronl shelf for a generThen when Jim's al ornament. birthday came, and I hadn't anything else handy to give, I gave lilni Iho vast) for his own. Next Christinas, instead of paying out good money In buy something now, ho gave il back to 1110 for a Christmas present; then I gave il to .Ilm, .li'., on his birthday, and bo gnvo it to Sue Hello on hers. "Tho next spring all tho kinsfolks got up n birthday parly for old Aunl Salllo Spiccr, nml wo look her Iho vase; after she'd kept il a good bit, she gnvo il to Jim's sister, Jane, for n wedding present, nnd ufler-wnrJano gave il lo me nnd Jim when wo had our china weddin'. "I was counlin' on giving it to Jim on his next birthday, and now hero it is smashed to Hinders. I tell you, Miss Ann, il most makes mo want to cry to thiitk of losing such a useful family article, so near Jim's birthday loo." Youth's Companion. ds rour ricces or urouna uei pn lor instruction of Children In Big English Metropolis. The question of playgrounds Is often discussed, and open spaces have been provided In many parts of London wuere uio ciuiuren may go iu piny, but this Is hardly enough. They car- ry their slums with them. In recog nition of this difficulty, and with the brave hope of providing not only but some Instruction and more refined Interests for the children, a society was formed two years ago to raise funds for the purpose of "converting waste places In the poorer districts of London Into gardens for children." The society rents at a low rato a vacant building site or other available plot of ground In a poor district and provides a teacher generally a lady with some training as a gardener and a love for children also a man ns caretaker for each site. Seeds, plants and tools aro also pro- . SIX DOORS FOR ASP1R.ING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door i j Berea's Vocational Schools MAGPIE INVENTS NEW GAME Tantalizes Little Flycatcher by Hold-InTempting Morsel In Mouth While Dancing About. A young maRplo caino Into tho possession of Mr. K. J. Ilanfleld, who, In g Training that adds to your money-earnin- g power, combined with general education. FOK YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commercial. FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography nnd typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School IN THE INTEREST OF THE BABY. Don't rock the baby. Ho will go to sleep in less time without tho bouncing and rolling that results from rocking. Don't feed tho baby every time ho cries. Don't lake him up and hold him when ho cries out. There may be a half dofen causes for tho crying; locate tho cause. Don't let visitors or relatives pinch and poke ami roll nnd tumble and tickle the baby by way or entertaining him, as many unthinking people do. Don't let children of the neighborhood visit and kisn the baby. This is a most dangerous practice. Many, many diseases are transmitted in this manner. Don't lake tho baby into crowds. Tlii! excilement is iml good for him, ami there is danger of conlagious diseases. HOUSEHOLD HELPS. Knife rolisu. Half of a raw potato will clenn steel knives which are stained or rusty. Bailing Utonsils. New enamehvare will wear about twice as long as usual if it is placed in a pan of cold water, removed from Iho stove as soon as the water begins to boil, nnd then allowed to cool off very slowly. Moths. When moths get into a carpet wel n clean towel, place it on the carpet and smooth il dry with a hot iron. This process will kill the eggs, but will uol injure tho enrprt. TESTED RECEIPE. Sour Milk Glngorbroad. I cup molasses. 1 cup sour milk. cups (lour. 2 lenspoons soda. 2 teaspoons ginger. 2 teaspoons baking powder, cup butler. -i t- -:i 1 -2 l- FOR YOU. Tho opportunity for right living comes witli tho dawn of each day. Every morning olTers a fresh opportunity to take tho road that leads (o tho heights. This to start anew on over-recurri- ng klndnoss nnd words of gentlo cheer uro lo bo had by simply nmkiiig tho resolution nnd earnestly striving lo keep il just for tho day. Tho habil of with a firm resolution to do right, llxed nnd followed each day, will flnnlly becomo a part of one's temnn perament and right-livihabit. What docs tho now dawn mean to you? Do you embrace llio golden opporng Iho upward climb apiece. Soon ho had a bag filled with is a godly heritage. Timo for time for deeds of loving money, which ho carried to his self-maste- ry, opportunity his book, "My Tropic lalo," gives an Interesting account of tho bird's accomplishments. It went In and out of the kitchen at will,, and It by chance food was not spread out at the accustomed place, It protested loudly, and always effectively. The bird spent many hours endeavoring to sing. No cultured relative was present to teach the notes of Its kind, so that In default It learned the ' LBLBtiiBBBBBBBBBBLaBS complete vocabulary of the domestic poultry, besides the moro familiar bbbTbVR9IbbbbbbTbwH calls and exclamations of Its mistress. A white-careflycatcher took up Its abode near the house, and the magpie, after a decent lapse of time, admitted the stranger to Its companionship. Tho wild, larderleas bird, however, had little time to play. All Its wits and energies wero devoted to the serious business of Ufa. It knew none of the games that tho magpie Invented except one a kind of acrlnl "pecp-bo,to which tho more Intelligent bird lurod It by means of a prlxe. The magpln found a moth, big of abdomen, fat and brown, n tempting morsel to any Insectivorous bird. BBBBBTBISBBVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBS of the dainty, tho wagtail fluttered and skipped about the magpie with cheerful chatter; but the fluttering moth, daintily held by the extremity of Its body, was alternately preA Botany Lesson. sented and denied. While they danced about a bush tho magpie tantallztngly held the moth for acceptance, and vlded by the society, and a shed or hopped off as the wagtail was about small garden house In which to keep them. The ground Is divided Into small to snatch It. To tho tame bird, fortiWere I the Sun. fied by tho knowledge that Its meals plots, generally each about six feet by wero provided, It was all fun. To the four feet, with narrow paths between I'd always shine on holidays hungry wild one. the moth dangling them, and one such plot Is given to Were I the sun; temptingly before It and whipped dis- each child for his or her "very own." On sleepy heads I'd never gaze appointingly away, It was a game Every plot has a label with a name Hut focus all my morning rays equally sincere, but of varied Interest. or number on it, the children aro made On busy folks of bustling ways, The ono assumed a whimsical air, responsible for the cultivation of their Were-tho sun. chuckling In encouraging tones; the "own gardens" and everything that comes out of them 1b taken home. other took It all In earnest At last, unable to restrain an ex- Vegetables aro most popular, bucIi as clamation of delight, the magpie un- lettuces, radishes, beetroot and tnus-tarJACK AND HIS BEANSTALK. and cress, because even on a very warily slackened Its bold, and the moth fluttered off. to be snapped up small scale, tnCy form a welcome adOnce upon a time n boy named on the Instant by tho wild bird and dition to the family menu; but flowers Jack lived all alone with his grand- gulped without ceremony are not forgotten, and the children aro allowed to choose what they will grow, mother in a little cabin by the side of tho road. USEFUL FILTER FOR CAMPER such as mignonette, cornflowers, nasturtium, etc. Most of the gardens One morning Jack's grandmother said to him, "Jack. I'm afraid you Easily Put Together With Little Char- have a general border In which perennial plants may be started, and a coal and Water Bottle Work will have to take our big red co.v knowledge of their habits and growth of Experienced Person. lo market to day and sell her, much taught to the children. The society as wo hate to part with her. Hut be Simple filters are eaBlly made with jna been able to start four gardens In Mire to sell her to a kind man." a little charcoal nml n water bottle, different parts of "All right. Grandmother," replied but when one Is camping and without Kach garden contains on an average Jnck, "I'll get a kind owner for hor." the necessary appliances for manufac- about one hundred plots for the chilSo he started down the dusty road, turing such n device, how can we puri- dren. The caretaker does the rougher leading the red cow. On the way ho fy water In nn emergency? Suppose and heavier part of the digging remet a big boy carrying a long whip. you wero camping on the banks of a quired, especially In starting the gardens, and helps to keep order among "I ll buy that row," said tho boy. the boys. The rules aro very few and Hut Jack shook his head. Ho didn't simple; but the children have to promwish to .sell his cow to a boy with a ise to keep them: (1) To bo obedient; long whip. (2) to bo fair to each other; (3) not I'retty soon Jack heard someone to mnke noises that will annoy others. singing, and coming towards him There Is little difficulty, because there Is great competition among the chilwas a jolly fat man singing this dren nt school for a "garden," nnd the song: fear of losing such a prlvtlego is a "If I had a cow this very day v strong factor In helping to keep order. I'd feed her on the fragrant hay; Tho teacher Instructs the children In Dress her in the lluest silk, every process of gardening weeding, And gladly drink her nice swcel , thinnlng-ou- t Camper's Handy Filter. digging, milk." seedlings, hoeing, watering, tying up or lake uliOBe waters had been lettuces, nnd pruning where creepers "Are you a good man?" asked river by rains, and there was rolled Jack ns the jolly fat man stopped no other recent or drinking water or trees of any kind are available, In cooking singing. "Why, I try to bo." he within many mlleH, here is tho way the little garden house aro kept the , spare seeds, answered. "I'd treat that cow kind- tho experienced camper would go tools and watering-canswhich tho children are taught to know ly if she were mine." "I'll Sell her about It. He would tako a milk bottle by sight, and the books and pencils to you," said Jack. "Very good," or any kind of a bottle, stone jug or for noting the dally occurrences in the Is your pay," similar reccptaclo with a narrow neck. garden, Uie state of tho weather, draw, replied the man. "Hero and ho handed Jack a bag of beans. Tho largo end is broken or cut oft, lngs of plants, etc. These notes are After patting the cow goodby, and a Ispiece of cotton, cheesecloth or not easy to keep going, but they are a stuffed Into the narrow neck, linen Jack hurried homeward to tell his and tho receptaclo then tilled halfway grandmother. up with clean sand. Invert the bottle Now, Jack's grandmother was not or Jug, and stand It up between stones. pleased that ho had sold their big Fill It with water, and place a clean red cow for a bag of beans, but receptaclo underneath It. The water there was no use crying over spilt will filter through the sand and cotton milk, so sho told Jack to plant tho at the mouth, and drip Into tho cup water. The beans, and they would see what below as puro as spring you filtering can go on while aro busy would becomo of them. with the rest of the camp duties. Tho next morning when Jnck went it may not be easy to break off the out to sen how his beans wero do- bottom of tho milk bottlo, but If you ing, behold a beautiful vino had secure n pleco of wire nnd heat It red grown lo tho lop of tho tall chimney. hot In tho stove or over tho coals and What a wonderful vino it was, with then wrap this around tho bottle, you many fine largo pods, l'eoplo caino will And that you can knock off the from miles around to sec il, and bottom of tho bottle with n little tap. A pretty clean cut can bo made In this everybody wanted one liko it. So way. A now water filter can bo made Jack sold Iho pods for flvo cents for each camping slto In this way, d s General Education for those not far advanced, combined with somo vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and givo chance for most rapid progress 3rd Door For Berea's General Academy Course those who nre not expecting to teach and who aro not going thru College, but desire moro general education. This is just tho thing for those preparing for medical studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives tho best general education for those who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for thoso who expect to teach. Courses arc so arranged that young people can teach through tho summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to kecpright on in their courso of study. Read Dinsmorc's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hiftory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department. 6th Door Berea College Questions. Answered This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. The Children's Hour I I d r UEREA, 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 nt lowest cost, nnd arranging as far as possible for students to cam and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect tho 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 tho 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 tho value of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of theif 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 nnd underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes arc necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES ore really below cost The College asks no ront for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, in the fall, and $1.50 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES 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 nn "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. the (jrrm, board by the half term. , was PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by Installments arc as follows: FALL TERM VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION KC1IOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLLEGE 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 Fco Room 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 9.45 $23.15 9.45 S20.00 TERM $ 5.00 6.00 9.00 'S3I.40 $ 6.00 $3190 S32.40 $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 Board C weeks 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $20.00 Amount duo Dec 31, 1913 Board 6 weeks duo Feb. 11, 1914 9.00 Total for term If paid in advance $29.00 $28.50 '$30.70 $3I.70 5bsSibSb1bBb This docs not include tho dollar deposit nor monoy for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Total Winter Fall SfriHff $30.00 $10.00 $12.00 $11.00 Stenography nnd Typewriting 36.00 10.00 12.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .... 14.00 18.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (brief conrso) Business course studies for students in other departments: Stcnfcgraphy 10.50 7.00 9.00 6.00 7.50 5.00 27.00 18.00 tunity thai il olTers? If not, will you try it tomorrow? Will you try'it for a month? Dot Woman'a Nullonal Weekly. minutes under water. The nverago height of the heavy rain cloud Is 1,680 yards; of tho delicate, fleecy cloud, 9,760 yards. It takes 5,000 bees to weigh a pound; but when the Insect comes In fresh from tho fields and flowers, freighted with honey, thoy weigh nearly thrice as much. Hundreds of sea birds killed by the concussion produced by tho firing of big guns on warships during practice Little Hoy Hluc, como blow your havo recently been washed up on the horn, shores of Argyll, England. Tho sheep's in tho meadow, tho The largest plant In tho world Is a cow's in tho corn. gigantic seaweed known as the which frequently grows over Whoro's tho hoy that looks nfter the sea bottom up to a height of .100 tho sheep? lie's under tho haycock fust feet asleep. grandmother. "Are you not glad, grandmother, that I sold Iho red cow for n hag of beans?" ho asked. "Yes, Jack," said she, ns she patted his head, "and you are the dearest boy I know." twenty-flv- Gleanings. A soal has been known to remain Typewriting, with ono hour's use of instrument Com. Law, Com. Gcog., Com. "nor-eocytls- ," 1.80 1.50 5.40 Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at d Any great help In training children to be 'Berea if there is the will to do so. observant. The elements of botany It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and havo are taught In a way that Interests and amuses the children, and little object- - a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste timo In the public schools going over nnd over tho same things, when they might bo lessons nre given, showlDg, for In stance, that seeds must be kept dry by Improving much faster by coming to Ilerca and starting In on new studied allowing some of them to sprout on a V"Jth somo of tho best young men nnd women from other counties and damp cloth. states. Applicants must bring- or send a testimonial showing; that they are Wise Bevond His Years. above 16 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may ba Little I'eperl Is caught by the teaolv signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neigher stealing apples. bor. The use of tobacco la strictly forbidden, "Say, little fellow, come down hered Full Term now in session. Hurry upl : V I've got something to tell you,". For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary. "No. no. teacher I Llttlo boy a. like mo don't need to know verytin." D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Washing Vegetables. able-bodie- - o f Pace Eight THE CITIZEN his place nnd everybody seemed In Farmers are nboul done saving fodfeel welcome nnd some renl good der. Tom Brewer is ninklng lies for subjects were discussed. John Ingram. R. E. Tnylor Is hauling brick from F.ast llernslndt to Privett. build a chimney. Mrs. Mary E. Purkey relurned homo Thursday Privell, Oct. I. Mr. nnd Mrs. nfler nn extended visit nt this plane. Fields have moved to Pony .Mrs. Annie Brewer nnd Mrs. Snrnh County. We nre sorry to give lliem Davis visited Mrs. Mnggle McQueen up. Severn! from this vicinity Thursday. - Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomns the nssnclation at New 'Aon. McQueen are the parents of a fine films, fiook sold a line saddle horse girt. Born to Mr. and Mrs. James for SIM. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ingram, a Hue girl. Mrs. Nannie AlYork, a line girl. Her name is len visited Mrs. Tom McQueen Ihls Iterlie. J. N. Huff's baby, who burn- week. Mrs. Jane York has a nice as ed its feet very badly, is Improving sortment of ladies' hats for sale. Sophln Mndden spent last Mrs. Kalherinc Lewis tiled Wednes fast. Sunday with Mncie Smith. Lucy day. She leaves n husband anil throe Peters is nble to bo out of doors small children to mourn her loss. ngnin. Mrs. Marion Smith is visitMiss Maxie Lewis died Tuesday. We ing her son, Billie Smith, this week. extend our sympathy to (heir be Mrs. Sherman Smith made a trip reaved friends. -- Sunday school at lo Hie cheap store at Pond Creek the Anuville Baptist church is prolast week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. gressing nicely. Mjs. Tom Brewer James Spurlock, a line girl. Tlio visited Mrs. G. P. Hacker Friday. .Messrs. Chester, Everett Jones and Coyle. Arch Peters and the Misses Nora Jones, Mollie and Eva Peters atCoyle, S'pl. '.'0. The people of this tended the association at New Zimi vicinity are busy wilh their corn last Saturday and Sunday. Arch and tobacco. Joel Broiighlon, who Peters made a business trip to lias been helping his father-in-lalast Monday. Miss Annie Van- .1. M. Powell, in his tobacco, was dyke visited Miss Lucy Peters last called to his home near Richmond Friday afternoon. - .Airs. Margaret Friday on account of the sickness Hamilton hns been very poorly for if his child. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. Alford were the guests of Mr. and Harry Brandenburg mid children Mis. J. Powell Friday evening. Miss from Heiilelbiirg visited I he hitter's Maud Cane visited tier parents from parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Peters, Fridav until Monday at College Hill. last week. Mist Mary Tillery who Mrs. JelT Hale and son, Dewey, lias been visiting relatives in Richhave been visiting tier father, who mond, lias returned home. is very sick in Jackson County. Ja-ce- tit -Mc-Kee w, October 9, 1913. . ll.,Kngle. Dr. A. J. llamp-jnls- o for some very line music given by ton hns been doing some bridge n qunrlelle nnd hand from Herea. work on Mrs. Mnry ninghntn's teelh I Mr. James Hubbard is very sick this week. J. F. Tincher's haby.lnt this writing. Rev. Dawson of who hns been poorly with fever. Is' Wib v. Kv. an. I Smminl ill nr belter. Dr. Treadwny, the doctor for; Beren will begin n two weoks' rc- the hospital, has Just returned to vlvnl nt this place Oct. tth. Grny Hawk with his bride. Hurrah Mrs. Mark I'lanery's father, Mr. for The. Citizen nnd its ninny Eager, of Heallyville, Ky, Is spendrenders. ing n few weeks wilh her. Mr. John Webb made it business Carlco trip to Bcrca, Monday. Carico, Oct. 0. There was Silver Creek. meeting held (he nth Inst by Rev. B. H. Pruitl at Flat Top Sliver Creek, Oct. 0. Rev. R. L. church aiid also there will be meet- Ambrose preached at Silver Creek ing Ihn first Sunday in next month. Saturday. All are cordially Invited. Mrs. The Misses Eva Johnson nnd Eliabelh Hlmes Is not expected lo Brownie Kelley nre visiting nt Mr. live.-Or- bin Smith hns come home Charlie Basis' below Richmond this after his long illness. We are glad week. lo see him home once inonv-Mr- s, Mr. ami Mrs. John W, Johnson ami Elizabeth Roberts bought a line cow children spenl Sunday with his of J. II. Hundley for ?l(). Born the mother, Mrs, Sallie Johnson. .loth of September to T. J. Faiibusl The dealh angel visited the home and wife, a Hue girl. Her name is ,of Mr. Tom llulT Friday and took Bessic.-Joh- n Sinners made 105 gal- from him his little girl, live months lons of molasses last week. old. The remains were laid lo rest in the Herea cemetery Saturday Drip Rock. ! morning at ten o'clock. 5.-- W. Drip Rock, Oct. F. Marcum Mrs. C. F. Todd spent Thursday has been al Irvine the past week evening wilh Mrs. Mary Kindred blacksuiithing. . Marcum ami Mrs. Beltie Johnson ami Sis Gait family of Locust Branch are visit- "pent Thursday in Herea. ing friends ami relatives at this Mr. Willie Kindred spent Haiti place.-- C. M. Russell and Miss day night with his uncle, Mr. John llatllelil paid Kerby Knob a Hying W. Johnson. isil Saturday ami Sunilav. -- Thus. The Misses va and Maggie AnderRamsey ami Miss Moore of Grassy son spent Sunday with the Misses Springs were married last Thursday l.ula ami Flossie Waddell. at the home of the bride. Orville Miss Mabel Johnson entertained Fox of Foxtowu was here last week quite a number id her friends al her on (he lookout 'for hogs. -- Preston home las Friday night. They all Webb has moved to his old home report it Hue lime. near Spnrkstown. We are glad to Mrs. George Ames and Mrs, Mart know that our school at South Fork Baker spent Thursday with Mrs. G is milking elllcient progress with J. C. Anderson. E. Sparkuian as teacher. -- John M Mr. C. T Todd ami Mr. Will Duo-Ic- y Alcorn of Brazil is visiting fri Is were in Itiehmoml Monday en and old neighbors nt Hns writing, business, Mrs, Beltie Johnson stient Satur-da- v ESTILL COUNTY. night wilh Mrs. Myrlle Davis. Locust Branch. Locust Branch. Oct. I. -- Our meet- CINCINNATI MARKETS ing closed last Sunday with nine additions to the church. The Rev. Corn No. 2 while 73',4tr74c. No. 3 James Lunsfortl conducted h, white 710" Mamie Bicknell, Ea 72V4c. 73073HC. No. 4 white No, 3 service. No, 2 yellow Chrisman, ami Ada Bicknell went yellow 724Cf73r. No. 73fr734c70fr72c. 4 yellow home with their school teacher, No. 2 mixed 73h73'4c. No. 3 mixed Miss Annie Wagers. They stayed 72H73c. No 4 mixed 70'4fj72c. from Friday until Sunday. - Mrs. while ear 73fl7i'.c. )ellow ear 73ff7t!o. mixed 73f(75c. .Mollie Bicknell had an apple peelHay No. timothy $21. standard ing Tuesi fa night. A nice time was timothy 20. No. J timothy $19. No. 3 reported.-Mi- ss Mamie Elliott, who timothy $17fil7 5o, No, I clover mixed $14. has Imcii Msituig her sister, Mrs. $17if 17.50. 1 No. 2 clover mixed No, SO 2 15, No. clover $16.60ffl6. Bonn Gentry, for the past week lias lover $13.60ftl4 gone home.,!. A. Bicknell and No 2 white 44(f45c, standard O.lU family iftcd Mr. and Mrs, Lead (3ttft44c. No. .1 white 43f43'4c. No, I white (lfl U'Vjr, No. 2 mixed 4314(7 O. White Sunday. John Adams ami 4 mix14c. No. 3 mixed daughter went lo Richmond Sunday ed 41V4ft:iic 43f 43V4C No. with a toad of apples. The people Wheat No. 2 red 9r,i.4f98c. No. 3 of this place are almost through red 94096c. No. 4 red 74ff93c Kkks tlrti 27c. 17c (tutting up corn. Sunday School is ordinary Prime 22r, seconds firsts 25c, firsts progressing very nicely at this Poultry Sprlnxers. over 1V4 lb, 16c, place. tV4 lb and under, 17c; old roosters, 10c. hens, over 4 lbs, ISc. light. 4 lbs MADISON COUNTY ind under, 14c; ducks, under 3 lbs, He; spring ducks, 3 lbs and over, 11c, Kingston. Mhlte, 4 lbs and over, 11c; turkeys, S Kingston, Oct. i. .Miss Bertha lbs and over, 19c; old toms, 19c, Harp, who is attending the E. K. S. foung ISc. Cattle Shippers $7t?7 75, extra $7 7B N. :it Richmond, spent last week 08; butcher steers, extrn $7.C07 76, w ith her cousin. Mrs. Will Winburn. (ood to choice $il.60ff 7.(10, common to Miss Fairy Settle of Big Bill, Ky., fair $4.B0fn.2A. heifers, extra $G.7S spent Wednesday night with Sud.i fr7, good to choice $r.7Gft 6.05, common to fair $4.50fi 5.C5; rows, extrn rnin-niuni- East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else NttornipondenM pitllihed ilrsfd la full by tb writer. Th lime It not (or publication, bat at aa trident of food filth. Write plainly. itss Tor Representative. GERMAN D. HOLLIDAY. F. Brewer will move to his new home in Madison County In a short time. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Boone. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lambert are isitiug .Mrs. Lambert's mother in Garrard County at present. Several from this place attended the Holiness meeting near Boone Sunday.,!. B. Blair is clerk in J. H. Lambert's store nt present. A nice baby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Owen n few days ago. W. M. Lamb is visiting, relatives near Boone at present. J. Level t and (ieo. Lamb were visiting relatives and friends in Madison County Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Carrol Martin continues quite sick. Harrison Lambert is visiting his son near Snider at present. Mrs. Margaret Hamilton, who has been quite sick, is much better. Mrs. Ceo. Poynter is visiting her sick daughter, Mrs. Beltie King at Beiva at present. Farmers in this vicinity are all almost done cutting corn. Jess Wren is preparing to have some improvements made on his bouse.. Boone, Oct. 7. Judge Hnllltlay of Berea Is candidate for Ilepresentatlvo from tills County, and merits the support of all patriotic voters, regardless of parly. Thft .Judge is a man of procd He is a ability and public spirit. temperance man in practice as well as in principle. And lie is acquainted with conditions in Kentucky in such a way that be will be most useful in the work of tax adjustment which should be taken up by our next legislature. PENNIMAN AND McHONE. Lively Meetings In Clay County. Prof. Penniman and Ned MeHonq have been holding meetings in the interest of general uplift and The Citizen's work in Clay County the Horning touching week, past Springs, Oneida and other points. The reports are that such meetings have been largely attended, nnd certainly a large number of subscriptions are coming in. Probably Rockford. next week they will be in Owsley Rockford, Oct. ". R. K. Moye of PenniCounty. Next Sunday Prof. this place is visiting friends and man preaches at Travelers Rest. relatives in Illinois. Robert Bowman and family of Conway were in OWSLEY COUNTY. Rockford Sunday. J. W. Todd and Sturgeon. family and Mr. and Mrs. John SteSturgeon, Oct. 0. Horn to the wife phens visited F.ly Bullen and family of Nelson Rowland, a line girl. Her Sunday. Mrs. Bettie Martin of this Whoopin? place left Saturday for Indiana. name is Klma Opal. cough has been raging in this vicin- Bessie Beatty ami children, who ity for two or three months but is have been Willi her mother, Mrs. dimishing rapidly. Church services Wm. McCollum, and family returnwere held here Saturday and Sunday ed to their home in Bailey's Switch by Rev. nunigen of Idamay. V. S. a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. J. Brewer has returned from Rich- C. (iiiiiui were the guests of John mond, where he has been visiting anil Bert a Stephens Thursday. J. S. Waddell and family have recenthis sons, M. I), and H. C. Brewer. John Hughes of this place has ly moved to Lincoln County. bought a farm in Boone County, Climax. where be expects to move the first Climax, Oct. i. (5. W. Catliu of of the year. Mr. Reynolds of Jackson County, the photographer, was Cnorhlaud was thru here yesterday here Sunday on business. Wni. with a load of goods. He is tilling Cook, the new merchant at this his large store at Oooehland witli goods. We hope he will do a good place is doing a good business. Villie Jones' baby is Philip Marcum of Clay County was business. at this time. Mrs. Dely V. W. poorly here last week buying hogs. Wilson and family of Travelers Rest Abrams is recovering from her long V. S. illness..!. M. Rector's children, who visited his father-in-laBrewer Sunday. Quite a lot of the were sick last, week, are all out young folks from here visited the again. McKinley Rector, who was teachers- - Association at Walnut very poorly hit week witli diphSaturday. L. B. Brewer has theria is out again. A revival meet been trying li is two horse wheat ing will begin Thursday night, the drill the past week. He reports 9th, near Climax conducted by the that the Kmerson drill sold by Wal- Holiness people. Everybody cordiler A. Wood M. and R. M. Co. is ally invited. The Iron Clad Baptists the most perfect working machine hold their meeting the first Saturday and Sunday. Remember it. all on the market. are cordially invited. United BapSulphur Springs. tist day at New Hope every second Sulphur Springs. Oct. 5. Prof. Saturday ami Sunday in each The Christians day at James Bolner of Travelers Rest is month. holding a successful singing school Buckeye every fourth Sunday and Saturday before. Everybody come. at this place. Algin Angel of is attending singing school at GARRARD COUNTY. this place. An interesting ball game was played between Hoono-vill- e Paint Lick. and Sulphur Springs Sunday, Paint Lick, Oct. 7. Joel Wallace At the wind-u- p the Sulphur Springs died at his home near Wallaceton boys got in the lead and the score Saturday, Oct. ith. Altho be had was 18 to 15 in favor of Sulphur been ill poor health fur some time Springs. Moore pitched for Sul his death came as a surprise to his phur Springs and Kstep for Boone-vill- e. many friends. Bird of Winchester passed He was a faithful member of the thru here buying cattle. Lewis M. E. church at Wallaceton, having Brandenburg formerly of this place, been a church member from early who was killed near Winchester, youth. He was a leader in the was brought here for burial. Joel Sunday School for many years. Brandenburg and wife are in JackHe leaves a wife and one brother, son on business tills week. Arch two sisters and a host of friends Brandenburg is at Portsmouth en and relatives to mourn his death School is progressing who extend their sympathy to the business. nicely at this place with a largo bereaved wife. Willie and Bernie attendance. The funeral services were conMoore were at Halls Chapel Saturducted by Rev, Morton, the pastor. day night. Burial in Wallace's Chapel, Monday, Oct. Ctb, 1UI3. Island City. Island City, Oct. 2. Daniel BowJACKSON COUNTY. man and wife of Keren are visiting Double Lick. friends and relatives at Island City tliis week. J. C. Gentry has sold his Double Lick, Oct. entire stock of goods to Nantz is busy saving fodder and making Bros, for $1,000. Mrs. P. M. Frye molasses. Mat Green was in our of South Booucvillo is visiting rela- community buying cattle Thursday. Wiley Mailcoat had a fodder savtives at present. James Hudson, who has been in the U. S. army for ing Wednesday and also a social the past three years returned home Wednesday night. Everybody presa few days ago. Isaac Carmack and ent reported a good time. Geo. Gat-li- ir wife left Sunday for Franklin. 0. is going into the mercantile A baseball team was organized at business. We are expecting him this place Sunday. fleorge Harvy to have a full store. Several young of Blake was on Island Creek Sun- folks enjoyed themselves at anjipple day. The graded school at this culling Friday night ut Robert place is among the successful Callahan's Miss Sarah Jones ; of schools taught at this place. Mr. Goochland visited the Misses Pojlie 1). G. Wood and Mrs. F. F. McCollum and Maggie McCollum Wednesday are teachers. G. J. Gentry returned night. -- John Martin visited at Ste Saturday from Federal Court nt phen Slaiiiford's Sunday. SupL Frankfort. Silas Moore, who has John Davis was visiting schools of been at Franklin, relurned home one this Division this week. The. Misses day last week. Wm. Mays whoso Pollie and Maggie McCollum attend headquarters are at Richmond, is at ed the Teachers' Association at his home at present for a few days. Hugh last Saturday. The Supl. beJohn ing absent Miss Anna Powell took' It is reported that w, e Lc-ro- se Ex-Jud- go 0e hae the truth about you oil's e spoken. Are losing theirs and blaming it on Twisted by knaves Ut make a trap for fools. oii. If you can trust yourself when all Or see the things vou gae your life men doubt you. lo broken, And make allowance for their And turn and build them up again doubling loo, with worn out tools. If jou can wait ami not b tired by waiting. If .miii can talk with crowds and Or, being lied about, don't deal in keep your virtue, Or walk with Kings nor loo t lie lies. Or. being hated, don't give way to common touch haling. If neither foes nor loving friends Ami yet don't look too nood or talk can hurt you. Ino wise. If all men count with you yet mint ' loo much, If you can dream and not make If you eau (ill each unforgiving dreams your master. minute If you can think and not make With seconds' worth of dis thoughts your aim, tauce run, If you can meet with triumph and Yours is the earth ami everything disaster. that's in it. And treat those two impostors just And, which is more, you'll be a the same; man. my son. -- Riidyard Kipling. If you can keep your head when all IF YOU CAN. j If you can bear lo - siy 1 -- Sand Gap. Sand Gap. Oct. (S. We are very much plea-e- d with the large attendance in our Sunday School at present ami hope it will continue to in crease each succeeding Sunday. We are glad to see the fathers and mothers interested in the good work and hope those who hae not been I'jiining will be present next Sun da. Oct. I2lh at ! o'clock. Dr. J. B. Settle reports Henry Click's daughter. Myrtle, ery sick witli pneumonia. Gar Hays is quite low with typhoid, and Mrs. Martha Brockmau is very sick at tins writ ing. Our teacher, MissAuua Powell, attended the Teachers' Association al Hugh Saturday, Sept. 27th, and reports quite a large crowd and plenty of well tilled baskets of din nor, nlo a successful rendering of the program. Those participating in Hie program were: Miss Anna Powell, chairman of Program committee. Mr. J. R. Durham, Mr. Gro-- er Drew. Mr. J. G. Durham, of Helen, Miss pearl Durham, Mr. Win. Dean of Herea, and Mr. J. W. Parsons. -- Rev. .1. W. I.uiisford failed to till his regular appointment at this place Saturday ami Sunday but he ami Rev. Ball are expected to be here on next Sunday night, October I2th, to begin a series of meetNule Tuttle ami Sidney ings. Chrisinau returned Sunday from Winchester where they have been Msituig Mr. Tuttle's brother. Parrot. Oct. J. Elmer the little Parrot. sou of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Ciinngiiu, is ill with throat trouble. Minnie Parker is slowly recovering of typhoid fever. Born the other day to Mr. nnd Mrs. Sid Hacker, a boy. His name is Mainard. The Misses l.en-th- a and Virgin Summers of Livings-Io- n, accompanied by their cousins, of Chicago, III,, nnd brother, Dan, of Cincinnati, 0., who were visiting relatives in this neighborhood Inst week, have relurned to their homes, l'lieir many friends here wore sorry they returned so soon. Mr. Chas, Price of Hamilton. ()., is visiting relatives at this place. Mrs. Nancy Wyntt mid son, Oscar, left this morning to join her husband in Hum i I ton, 0. Mrs. Sarah Gnbbnrd attended the funeral and burial of her sinter, Maxie Lewis, who died recttntly of consumption. Mrs. Leonard Slullett of Ohm is her mother. Mrs. D. C. Rice, near Coyle. - Mis Mary B. Tharp was Hie guest of the Misses Nettye and Cauda Powell Thursday night. Mrs. Stew Bates, who has been ill for some tune, is improving. Miss vis-itin- u- -- l.tllie Powell who has lieen visiting her sister, Mrs. Joel llroiightou, re turned home Saturday. Mi Clara Lanter who is going lo school at Waco is Msitim; her parents near Coyle. Mrs. D. C. Rice ami daughter Msited Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Murray Minilay. I Here w ill lie a pic supper at Crooksville Saturday night, Oct. ith. Everybody Invited lo come. Marshall Alford and Dewey Powell attended Chautauqua at Kingston Sunday night- .- Mrs. Margaret Powell was tlie guest of Mrs. Cimla Alford Monday afternoon. Little Os-sBroiighlon, who has heeii visiting Ins grandparents, relurned home Sunday. ie Powell. Anuville. Allliville. Oct. I'.. Alfred Truelt bought a lot from John Wilson an I is preparing lo hiiibl on it. Jerry York ami Win. Truelt were delegates from the Anuville Baptist church to the Irvine association winch was held at New Jon. Miss Lucy Ewrsole will lake charge of the class in music al the Anuville Institute and also a class at the Academy. Wilson Lewis lias gone to Hyden on business. The Misses Matlieaud Pearl Medlock and Morgan Evcrsnlc of this place attended a Holiness meeting nt Moores Creek Sunday week ami look dinner witli Mrs. Tom Little. Mrs. Wilson Lewis ami Mrs. Geo. Davis were the guests of Mrs. Jerry York Sunday. Little Stephen Fox is improving but Mrs. Ellen llillard ami the Rev. Geo. Johnson nre still very poorly nnd are not expected to get well. Everett Hacker and family visited Rev. Hacker Sunday. Me-Kee The Farmers' Chautauqua which was held here last week was a great success. There were several splendid lectures given by wry prominent people among them were Dr. William II. Dexter of Washington, D. ('.., Prof. Harrow of the I'. S. Depart- I .1 r I, iii. in ..f .iMi. Hum.-- , ri oi. in- .nn, in I Hon. .1. W. Newman, Dr. Fred Mulch- ler, Mr. James Speed, Mr. McFerran. Mr loe Wmir .MIS, Woleoll .11111 ,. ... . M... II .inn. .ii.iiiin, .hiss luiice.v nun .vn.s Cora Wilson Stewart. There were . good to choice $22.214.171.124. common to fair $3.255.25, canners $3 U4.50. Hulls- - Ilolocnn $5.50ff fi.25, extra t;.35ftti.r.O. fat hulls $n.26C.G0. Calves Kxtra $11, fair to good $8p 10.76, common and large $5 W 0.50. Hok- s- Selected heavy $S.9O09, Rood lo choice packers and butchers $8.95 JfiftCCO, 1 n- ij.26fi7.25. common lo cholco heavy fat sows $4.50ftS. light shippers $7,60 tfS.&o. pigs (110 lbs and less) $3.60Jr7, "'""" .. Sh'p-Kxtr- n $4.26. good to cholci In fnlr T. ..--- .-. fl 7r.T.i r.n l.ambs-Kx- tra $7,26. good to cln (C.767 15, common to fnlr $5Cf6.L. ,r.ll " H ,,., $2.65 for $1.65 WHILE IT LASTS RED TOP ROOFING Red Top is the CHEAPEST GOOD ROOF. No Painting or Patching every year. EIRE INSURANCE costs less than any other roofing. No Tar to run out, only high grade asphalt used in its makeup. You can lay it in zero weather or in July It's never soft nor brittle, will not break. It is GUARANTEED by its manufacturers who will give you a new roof free of cost if it does not last five years. Gray Hawk. Gray Hawk, Oct. fl. Jack frost has come but has not bitten any- thing. -- Bailey Guinii has returned lo Hie Jackson County poor house after a visit among friends and relatives on Moores Creek. W, R. Eugle, our hustling merchant, has just returned from Kuoxville. Mr. Bill has been milking molasses for the good people of Gray Hawk this week. He made six patches nt one 's, Isaacs silling in three days nt G. II. Sj Isatcfc, Oct. a. Wo are having J. II: Bingham hns been hauling from East Hernsladt this week sonV very pleasant weather. Beg-ley- Berea School of Roofing HENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager Timhop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. Phone 7 or 187