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People BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 23, 1013. Ono Dollar a Year. No. 17 Citizen Teacher? Knowledge is power and the way to keep np with modern knowledge Is to read a good newspaper. TL XT. Flvo Cents a copy. Difference in Newspapers The Citizen in the First Class TIio Publishers' Auxiliary which attractively printed, carrying a good l.i n Jndgo of such things, quite amount of advertising. Probably no paper in Kentucky without our knowledge gnvo tlie following description of tho. Heron is moro ably edited, Besides local news it prints a Citizen. The Berea Citiien Is a splendid summary of the news of the State newspaper devoted to the Interests and of the World, and matters of particular interest to people in the of the mountain people. It has a large circulation, and Is mountain district. What are the "Points" of a Good i. He loves the children. If luvjias that qualification other good things will follow. He is strivingto improve. A poor teacher who is improving is better than a good teacher who is not trying to improve. 3. He has in his heart a picture of the good farmers and the good fanners wives that he wants his boys and girls to be in the coming years. This picture guides and inspires his daily tasks. 4. He is a good friend to the fathers and mothers. He is a welcome caller at every home. 5. He knows a hundred ways of making the School work interesting. He does not have to study to know the lesson, but he studies to teach the lesson in the best way. The Citizen Premiums The Citizen is not out to make money. Every cent Tho Citizen makes is turned in toward making tho paper belter. Wo use an expensive paper for our printing, and good typo, nnd in ill ways spend lavishly to make lie Citizen as good as it can possi- ily be. Wo get no money from any poli tical parly, nnd none from advertise ments of liquor or tobacco or dis honest schemes or fako medicines. We cannot furnish the paper for less than one dollar a year, sixty cents for six months, thirty-fiv- e cents for three months. Send in a postal order today, payable lo Tho Citizen, Berea, Ky, al one lime, with the cash we will send: n copies otic year for $L00. B copies six months for $2.00. 5 copies threo months for 11.00. Hero is tho chance for teachers nnd preachers lo confer a lasling benefit upon tho peoplo they nro working for. This offer is only temporary, and will bo withdrawn in n short time. INDIVIDUAL PREMIUMS. As already explained Tho Citizen is so costly a paper to cdil and publish thai wo cannot reduce Iho price. Wo have, however, secured three good bargains for our readers. Any person who sends us ono dol- Do You Get Your Paper Whenever a subscriber fails for Pcuniman nml Mcllono havo found of cases In which The any reason whatever to receive his y "fiUwu has not been delivered rcgti-fk"- n paper on lime, wo wish ho would Wo have write lo us Immediately. Wo will to subscribers. forward tlio missing paper and start Citizen, nud bellovo that mistakes an investigation as to tho can so of in our olllco practically nover the (rouble. Wo know It is very important that happen. Wo know of cases in which papers Imvo been lost in the each subscriber should gel his paper mail, or taken out of the poslofllcc regularly. Wo don'l want to miss by careless postmasters instead of you n single time; but tbo only way being given to the person to whom in which wo can 11ml out about these thiims is for you to tell us. I hey were addressed. a number FROM DAY TO DAY lar for a new subscription or a rc- - The Newspaper You Want The newspaper you want has no advertisements of whiskey or tobacco. The newspaper you want gets no money from political bosses. The newspaper you want has no immodest news items, nor fake advertisements. The newspaper you want has the news from the world and fro;n Eastern Kentucky, and something good for the farmer, housewife, teacher, and children. The newspaper you want is named The Citizen. WORLD NEWS The scissors arc six inches long, razor steel, strongly black japanned handles. FOR TEACHERS AND PREACHERS CLUB RATES. hinged, witli German Airship Explodes. Tho newest and largest of tlin loom, Zepiwlin dirigible airships with In roaring market place or the twenty-seve- n men on board, Includtranquil room; I,et me but llnd it in my heart to say ing tho entire German admiral ity mid-a- ir by an exWhen vagrant wishes beckon mo was wrecked in plosion. Tbo disaster occurred on astray, "This is my work; my blessing, not the trial trip when the airship was at an elevation of 900 feet, Just my doom; Johannls-tha- i. Of all who live, I am the ono by above tbo main street of It was 500 feet long and was whom making a trip preliminary to This work can best be done in Hie acceptance trial flagship as of the Gcr righl way. man aerial navy. Spectators wcro watching the flight when suddenly Then shall I see it not loo great nor they were startled by an explosion small . To suit my spirit anil prove my of extraordinary violence. Immcdi atcly the dirigible burst into flames powers; greet the la- and dropped to tho earth. With the Then shall I cheerful exception of ono nil on board wore boring hours, among them, several ofllccrs And cheerful turn, when tho long killed, who were special favorites of tho shadows fall Emperor. At eventide, ta pluy and rest. Mexican Affairs. I know for ino my work is Because Thomas Harrington and William best. Kendall, both Americans, wcro killed in a mining camp by Mcxi TO OUR READERS. rnus. About 100 Mexicans attacked Information concerning tho great all tbo foreigners in camp a little Com Show and School Fair Is given later. in Professor Montgomery's column Granville Hoggins of Murfrecs- on the third page. Prizes amount- lioro, 'lenn., is reported a prisoner ing to $190 will bo given at this held by tho Huerta government. He You was in tho U. S. Army in Iho Phil show. Don't fail to compete! may bo n winner! ippines. You busy man or woman, do. you Lion Hunt in Germany. A collision between a street car over lake time to really bavo a good laugh? Remember that "a lit- - and a lion's cage belonging to an tlo nonsense now and then is relish American circus on its way to the ed by tlie wisest men," and that a railroad, resulted in freeing the laugh is the best tonic you can have, animals so that live lions started roaming about tho center of the and read our funny colnmnsl Readers of tho women's column city which was crowded with thou aro invited to send in tried recipes sands of visitors attending a great or any other helpful contributions celebration. Ono of tho lions enteror suggestions which they wish to ed a hotel, cleared tho corridors share. Nolo our household bints very cpnckly. After somo timo and helps on pago seven of this policemen arrived nml shot this and tho other animals. issue. Huerta Will Not Resign. General Huerta says that when be '' resigns it will he to seek a resting CONTENTS THIS WEEK. place six feet under ground; (hat PAGE 1. Points of a Good Teacher. whcivie flees from tho capltol it will bo lo shoulder a rillo and fight Tho Newspaper You Want. the rebels. Ho stated that if tho Don't Ho a Ground Hog. elections went against him ho Ky. News Tax System. News Tonnesseo Downs would step aside. Ho asserts that U. S. ho has plenty of money to carry on Whiskoy. World News German Airship Ex- his operations. Threo hundred and sixty-on- o ro plodes. fugees from Mexico caino into GalCandeo in Estill Beforo tho War. veston from Tampico. They agree Hints For Teachers PAGE 2. in stories of guerilla warfare, rob"You Can." bery and cruelty. Among tho party Things that Make Us Smile. were tbirly-thre- o Catholic nuns, What Is Conversion? who were driven from Iho convent PAGE 3. Sunday School Lesson at midnight and saw their hospitals put under Iho torch. "Sin of Moses and Aaron." , Corn Show and School Fair. England and Mexico. Sir Edward Gray, Minister of PAGE A. Berea Personals. Neighborhood Gathering with Bur- Foreign Allah's for Great Britain, declines to commit Great Britain to goo. a specific policy with regard to Dr. Cowley Goes to Arizona. Mexico until aftor tho elections. Ho College Items. expressed himself ns desirous to PAGE 8. Town progress For Six support President Wilson in any Years. policy that looked toward peaco in Game Laws. Mexico, which, nt the saino timo, PAGE 6. Continued Story. would give duo consideration to tho Short Story "Her Excitable Mind." great British interests in thai country. PAGE 7. A Coiner For Women. Brazil Welcomes Roosevelt. Sowing Household Hints. Aboul Roosevelt was reTho Young People. Strango Recov- ceived by n great gathering of tbo d ery of Iky. most prominent people of Brazil ns Swing. ho lauded ut Rio Janeiro from tho Tho Children's Hour. sleojner VanDyke. Leading ofllcials PAGE 8. Eastorn Kentucky Nows. wero present or were represented, together with tho members of the Ilepulr That Loom. municipal council and high funcPonnimau and McIIono. Thirty-thousan- d Acres of Coal Land. tionaries in general. Groat enthusiasm was manifested. A Poem "Do It Now." Henry VanDyke Let me do my work from day to day In Held or forest, at the desk or ! Winter is surely coming Cold, short days. How shall wc use this winter? Shall we curl up and sleep, and come out barely like the ground-hog- , alive in the spring? Or shall we make this winter count for joy and progress ? Let us get ready for winter chink the cracks, get shelter for stock and tools, lay in dry firewood. Let ut have profitable work for winter. We can do forest work in winter, and repair tools, and grease harness, and care for stock, and the women can sew, and weave coverlets. Let us plan schooling for winter. If there is a child in the public school, see Jhat it has warm wraps so it need not lose a single day when the weather is bad. And be sure to send every bright boy and girl to Berea for the Winter term, beginning December 30. Don't let them lose the winter. And plan reading and music and visits for the folks at home. Do not let the Sunday School die this winter. A little headwork, and and resolution can put our folks far ahead of the shoe-leathe- r, Don't be a Ground-hog- Very often a teacher wishes to have a number of copies of Tho Citizen in his school, to use for sup plementary reading, and to interest tbo scholars in current events and in improvement in school, home and farm. Very oflon a preacher wishes to have the leading families in his congregation take Tho Citizen so tains: Rules for Good Health. that they shall have tho Sunday Care of tho sick, home remedies, School lesson, and so that they shall all ho thinking about tho good babies and children. Beauty, Manners and Amusements. things that the paper brings. Homo Management, Complete Cook When any teacher or preacher sends in flvo names and addresses Book. nownl may by adding twenty-fiv- e cents rcccivo a premium worth ono dollar. There arc threo premiums to chooso from, one for men and two for women: a jack-knif- e, a pair of scissors, and a, hook the Household Guide. The Knife is razor steel, white or black rough horn handle. The Household Guide is a wel. bound book of rtnigcs, illustrated. Here are some of the things it con- UNITED STATES NEWS III Honest Bankers Safe. Bryan in n pecch to Iowa Stato Dairy Asso ciation, declared that only the mon ey trust has anything to fear from tlie currency legislation, and that the legitimate banker had nothing to fear. Earthquake in Oregon and Iowa. A severe earthquake shock of a minute's duration was felt along the Snake River on tho Iowa-Oregline. Several towns wcro affected, telephones were put out of comrnis OUR OWN STATE Secretary of Stato ground-hog- . Plan for this winter. Plan fbr the winter and subscribe for The Citizen. Next Friday and Saturday for Roads In accord with the Governor's proclamation all good and able bodied men will turn out this week Friday and Saturday to improve the roads. The Governor himself also, will handle a shovel! Put in good head-wor- k neighbors ! Make the road high in the middle, and give drag, and look well to the it a hard surface with split-lo- g s : out. of place, 3 J drainage. ABOLITION IN ESTILL COUNTY Candee Tells How the Preachers Were Protected. f Balloon-supporte- Fact is, Iho woods in the Hill Country wcro full of littlo "d" democrats. They wero abolitionists when they found themselves. And they wero trying to llnd themselves. At Station Camp whero all tho Precinct olllcers were filled with "radical abolitionists" groups of men and women would gather to listen to tho reading of literature, published by the Western Traot anil Book Society of Cincinnati which was furnished them by tho colport-or- s of the A. M. A. Thoy would select ono of their neighbors who was a good reader to do tho reading for them. This lileraturo would do service lo. group after group till il was literally "read up," as they express it. , Station Camp was in Estill County whero was tho scene of my present stbry. .An appointment wns mado for mo to preach in tho Wallaco neighborhood in that County, some ten w twelve miles boyond Uncle Jerry I was to bo guest of Fowlers. Father Wallace who was tho principal man of tho neighborhood, a much revered gent Ionian in his seventies. Tho way lo his home, from tho Fowlers, was through tho woods 011 n blind hridlo path. Not n single hnuso in sight on tho whole route. But such hills to climb and descend, climb and descend I II was live miles from tho ford of a largo creek, whero Father Wallaco met me, over tho Inst hill, to his homo. I was not surprised to meet him at that ford tho first timo I went to anti-sluvery tho appointment. And il was not strango that he should insist on coming back witli mo through that blind path when I returned. But the next lime I went I met him again waiting for mo at the ford. Tho same thing was repeated tho third lime. II would haVo not seemed strango lo mo if lie had riddon u li ireo but ho walked with 111c all I he way, coming and going. Thoourth lima ho did not meet 1110 at tho ford nor return with mo to it, but when I saw him ho tob why, nndexplaincd tho mystery of his former long valk3. I was invited thero as an nboli A Methodist preacher. tionist preacher, North or South; a Baptist preacher, Hard shell or Missionary 11 Reform (Disciplo) preacher, or any other kind or preacher was expected to preach Iho "doctrino" of I hud been there his persuasion. twice nnd had not preached my doc trine. Tho people cumo to hear about abolition. Al my third ap poinlmeiil I was met by n great I lining of pooplo from all over Es lilt County. Father Wallaco told mo thai tho enemy was explaining abolition to mean amalgamation, and tho peoplo wauled my oxplana tiou. I hud prepared to preach a ser mon, on Christian Union. Tho hour for preaching was It o'clock, but the crowd had gathered in full numbers at 10 o'clock, So I took occasion to make my explanation at that hour, and give Iho pooplo a little time to digest il before I began my sermon I explained that abolition was tho exact opposite to amalgamation; told them that 1 had lived in Oberlin, an abolition town, whero whito and (Continued ou rr Southern Prize Winning Girls Vis it Washington. The. Department of Agriculture announces mat winners 01 rsi in tho girls' canning club stale contest, fifteen girls, one from wm eacn 01 iiiteeu ouiiinem oiuu-s- , ...Ill visit Washington. D. C, about Dc- cember lltli. 25,000 girls have been enrolled in the canning clubs of the Southern states. Preachers' Small Pay. annual meetAt tho thirty-secoing of tho Board of Managers of tho Methodists Homo Missionary Soci ety it was reported thai more than Kentucky Takes Honors in Cattle Ring. D.OOO Methodist ministers in the United States preach and work n At lho Iowa dairy and cattlo conyear for less than $500. gress, Jerseys from tho Ehnendorf $300 For Sheep Killing Wolf. Stock Farm at Lexiiifiton took eleven WOO is offered for tho killing of nrst8i S0Vcn seconds, threo thirds, a wolf which has killed 300 sheep ono fourth, six fifths, ono champion an,i one Brand champion. in Escambia County of Alabama. Tennessee Temperance Laws At' y0 can raiso cattlo as well as I horses! Last. In a session of flvo days, tho bills that caused the stormy timo during Physical Examination in Harlan County. tho preceding extra session have 1,710 peoplo of Harlan County shippassed. They prohibit tho ment of liquor into tho state, lho bavo been examined for parasites. interstate shipment of liquor, fix re- There wcro 3,081 cases of Hooksponsibility for tho law's enforce- worm, Roundworm and other parament upon olllcers of tho county, sites found. Only 759 of thoso exand declare that saloons, gambling amined wero freo from parasites. and disorderly houses nro a nuiPowers Retires From Congress. sance, subject to abatement upon Giving "lack of funds" as a rea- citizens. eonmlninls of leu Sulzer Removed From Governorship. . son, Hon. Caleb Powers announces William Sulzer, Governor of Now mat ai 1110 cnu 01 ins term 110 win York, was found guilty by tho Court' rcuro. Ho makes the following statement: of Impeachment and remoyed from "I am not now financially ablo to olllco. Martin H. Glynn, Lieutenant Governor, was sworn in as Sul-zo- longer slay in tho game of politics successor. Sulzer was judged and play it as tho times demand. " Any statement that I am retiring guilty of perjury 111111 an attempt to becauso of ostracism by momborsof suppress evidence against him. He was not disqualified from holding Congress Is false. With the exception of Democratic members from ofllce. Tho deposed executive Issued a Kentucky, whoso association and statement denouncing tho tribunal fellowship I bavo nover sought nor respectwhich removed him, as "Murphy desire, I have been treated high Court of Infamy." Murphy or-- ( fully and courteously by all 1 oi.i. nd November G has been designated Labor day in Kentucky by Governor McCreary. Bills to Change Tax System. The State Tax Commission is con- sidering a new bill for presentation before the next assembly. This bill would revolutionize tho system of assessing nnd collecting taxes in Kentucky. A Central Tax Commission, composed of three members appointed by the Governor, 0110 of tho members 10 n."ority party, will have ehnrcre of Ihn entire work of assessing property of all kinds. Under this commission will bo deputies, appointed under Civil service rules. Tbo Tax Commission aml lho (loin,ties win become spec-plac- es jaIislgf work Ul(J ycai. roundi an(, .,, nip r ......n tliai,ni. -" I' ' property assessed This di'spcnsC8' with tho State Boards of Equalization, and of Valuation and Assessment, County Board of Supervisors and County and City Assessors, and promises greater efficiency with less expense to the State. " ' r's Five.) Continued on 1'igt Fbe.l PLAN FOR THE WINTER AND SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN! Paee Two. THE CITIZEN October 23. 1913. The citizen A family newspaper for all that It right, tree and Interesting. IuhlUhed etery TluirwUy ,'al t I tlerca. K)-- . BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (tnorpnrntrri) WM. C. FROST. Editor RUTH McFALL. Off it. DEAN SLA CLE, Circulation Manairr TAKE TINE TO 1 n AN IDEAL JO Elir SMILE, Subscription Rates rAYADLK IN ADVANCH Kit Months Three Months .Semi monrv due Year , , . 1 1. 00 ho jj rail Hirap. Onler. Draft, Krglnlcrnl Letter, or one ml two lv Po- -t office or Itinrew, Unn,v The tule niter your name on label nhows to wnat aate your auimcrirition i iml.l. if 11 Is not chaneeil within three weeks after renewal notity us. .lissinr numbers wilt lie gladly supplied if we re notified, Liberal lerm (riven to any who obtain new ut.vr(ptlon for u. Any one emline im four irariiiilcrlplloincnn receive The Citiien free lornunacu lor one ear. Advertising rates on application, upMnEa op Cause for Anger. Mr. Wllklns was near the exploding point when hli neighbor mot him on tho street. "That man Tompkins," ho burst out, "has moro nerro than any one I ever KRNTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION. "Whafa that thing you're driving?" "Wbcre'a your eyes, officer?" Inquired tho man In tho machine with Antique Lovo Is not blind. Miss some Indignation. "Can't you see It'a Mlsa Caustlque Then sometimes ha an First of all, you can think about automobile?" Waa Attacked From the Rear. . must be cross-eyedHla Fortune. your school. Suppose you were the "Nope," replied Shea, who, besldea "I should think It waa a pity Noah supervisor visiting that school waa out ot tho question. Suddenly being a careful observer, Is one of the A Great Increase. What would you say were the and his sons didn't know anything most truthful men 6n the Chicago po thero waa a sharp howl of pain and about poker. It would have been The aftermath of romance. the faithful watchdog Joined In the points to bo commended? And what such a lice force. In traced abounds; diversion In tho ark," Well, that's what It la." Instated music. would you say wcro tho points on The Klrl he left behind htm "They couldn't have played it with Gates and Johnson, who had slipped Now weighs two hundred pounds. Samuelson. improvement which should be any success, because they never had on their clothes, met In tho back yard Whero'd you get It?" sought? Go over the points of a moro than two ot a kind." Quick Resentment. I bought It from a fellow for $30. for a Joint attack on their visitors. good school and seo where you can Five minutes later they had lighted a "What a graceful dancer you! It'a a bargain." improve. SAFE. smudgo of rags and grease. daughter Is!" breatbod tho Insinuat"Where's your license?" Second. You can work to increase As Johnson bnt over the smudge ing youth. "I haven't got any." the attendance. This is tho biggest 'Sir," replied the alert mother, "I "Well, sir," said tho policeman, be was attacked from tho rear and Imwant you to understand that my move orcr until 1 get In. I shall have to mediately been mo a momber ot the single test of a teacher. If the I orchestra. Gates daughter dances only the latest take you to tho pollco station was meanwhllo children come it is a sign that they dances. Tho man In the machlno raised his ! nursing a badly stung nnkln. She learned several years aro gelling some good from the An hour later nn alarm of lire was after gracefulness wont out of stylo." hand. "No." he said. This ain't none school and they know ill When turned In, the smudgo having sot tho you study over tho matter, you will house afire. Six firemen who respond Caught Dead to Rights. seo that there aro a good many ed wcro stung before the fire had will havo mercy upon him." ConverMrs. Gadder Amandy lirown told tilings which you have not done sion, then. Is n turning of the soul been extinguished. Cue Perkins that I was a sneak and Karly the next morulng the bees unto God, a surrender of tho will to and which you can do to make the allers prying Into other people's af tho divine will, an acceptance of still wero on tho Job. so that the school interesting fairs. Jesus Christ as our and Master. Mrs. niabber How do you know? scholars will like to cpme. Ami Whon the sinner, reallilng the folly Mrs. Gadder Heard 'em over the A ROOSTER KILLS SNAKE there is a good deal which you can of further resistance, finally surrentelephone. I always llston when two do in explaining to parents the neJeaus, then cats Is talking together." Hacks Reptile to Pieces With Ueak ders his will to tho cessity of having their children in occura a groat change. God forgives and Spurs Hens "Root" . school every day. his sins, and so changes his heart that His Mean Advantage. for Him. Third. You can make the lessons henceforth he loves God'a way better "There Is one thing which la mean more interesting. This means work about the weather man." Worthlngton, Intl. A fight to the than his own way. "A new faanrtI will give you, and a now spirit will put boforo hand. Sit down alone over "Thero aro a great many means death occurred here the other day things about him, but what la your each lesson and consider how you It waa witnessed by C. II. Corbln and within you And I will put my spirit within you, and causn you to walk In Guest I shouldn't drink this French particular one?" can mako the scholars see that that Hamilton Welton and a flock of chickmy statutes" (Kiok. 36:J8. 17), wine. I hate tho land of France. The 'When he's giving you a lot of hot s ens, geeso and other fowls. Mr, lesson is real fun. Connect it with w alter That's all right, sir. a controvcry It's air, you can't call his bluff." has a largo poultry yard, and sinner no longer hasquestion something they know already. ct merely labeled French It's bottled In of life when ho went Into It hu saw a rooster with God. Tho great it with something they want California. Superfluous Energy. had attacked a miaktt two feet long, Is settled, and henceforth his aim is to do later on. Give them encourto know and do the will of God. I understand Jenka put a great The snake had crawled uuder the agement and joy in preparing the Moral: Be Up to Date. Influences Leading to Conversion. deal of snap In his business." fenco and frightened the poultry. A Ha talked of love In a cottage. Tho Word of Ood Is a very effective lesson and in rcoiting it. "He doesn't have to." big rooster saw the reptile and made Hut she firmly answered: "No." "Why not?" It is a great thing to mako chila dash toward It. The snake lifted agency. It Is llko a mirror In which And his rival won by talking "Because hla business Is raising bull Of love In a bungalow. dren enjoy doing thoir school work. its head and hissed. Then the rooster tho slnnor sees himself aa he really Is. dogs." That Is why Christ bids ua preach This is done by encouragement moro struck It with Its spurs and beak. The Make Up. Tho snake attempted to coll Itwelf tho gospel to every creature because than by scolding. Ask somo ques "Why do you NO CHANCE FOR TROUBLE. about the rooster's body, but Its anta- there Is life In It, 'The Word of God tions which aro very easy which largo diamond Insist on wearing that and It Looked Like a Barrel Attached to a gonist was too quick, and flapped the Is alive, and powerful, and sharper you know they can answer so they ly largo clgars7" smoking excessive sword." One can anake off with Its wings. Finally the than any Dry Goods Box. shall get well started and bo "I'm trying to look like an rooster seized tho anake with Its beak, hardly read the lllblo continuously and so thoy shall know ioned lobbyist In the hope that some ot them racing automobiles. She and run around thn enclosure ahnlflna- and not bo made to realize that he Is how a good lesson ought to go off. body desiring to Influence legislation wouldn't carry two. Didn't I tell you tho snake violently, as a dog shakes . a nner ftnd nei'd a Savior. On one occasion a man said ts she only cost mo $30?" Fourth. And you can have "do- will let me run up an expense ac a rat. When tho wriggling ot the "All right." said She. "You drive snake ceased, the rooster dropped the me: "From the preaching which I count." ings" at the achoolhouse. s and I'll walk." reptile to the ground, spurred it re- heard In my boyhood I was led to son-potho regular lessons thero should althat when ono bocame a Chrlav The policeman set forth briskly for peatedly, centering Ita attack on the Both Went Under. ways bo something special on hand tlon, It was necessary for him to go the station bouse. He arrived there neck until It was dead. "I was once a prosperous merchant for tho children to talk about. You Ave minutes before the man In the with a good Tho fight lasted thirty minutes, and through some extraordinary process can havo a spelling match very easi- explained thobusiness and aeroplane," machine wheezed up. tramp. the watchers say It waa the most des- called a chango ot heart, or regeneraly. You can havo a special exercise Samuelson attempted to explain perate contest they ever saw. The tion. This book which you have loan"What happened?" asked the house something. in singing or geography or history wife. hens cackled as tho fight progressed. ed me, teacbea that what Is required '"Snough," said Shea. "Tell It to They seemed to be rooting for their la simply a change of purpose. New so that tho good scholars can per"I ran them both Into the ground, the sergeant." form boforo the whole school. And mum." master. When the affair was over the will you please tell me which la right "This man," announced tho police- victorious rooster leaped on tho fence and which Is wrong?" I replied: you can havo a Visitors Day, an man, as they stood before tho ser- and 'crowed lustily. The snake was "They are both right; you could net 8ome Class. exhibition when tho parents shall geant, "waa taken by me In the act almost hacked to pieces In the fight, change your heart tt you should try; "You and Downs are very chummy." bo invited in. Out wo must take of driving that thing out there. He and It was soon torn Into fragments you could not make It love what tt "Why not? We were members ot up this matter of tho exhibition in naturally hated, could you?" "No, I says it's an automobile. He hasn't and eaten by tho rooster's flock. the same class at college." a separato article next weok. suppose not," be said. "Hut you could any licenses." "What class?" chango your purpose, could you not? All this means work on tho part "No licenses?" said tho sergeant, "The 142 pound class, middle She Carrie married a traveling "That's serious. You'll havo to havo a WOLVES SPARE LOST CHILD You could decide henceforth to obey of tho toacher. Hut no loacher over weights." Puck. salesman. tho state license " Jesusr "Certainly." ha resucceeded by simply going to school It Wanders Two Days Over Wildest plied. "Well." said I, "If yon wIU He Is their married life happy? "How much?" aaked Samuelson. Round and Square. when tho scholars went and dropMountalna la Found by Yea, He s rarely ever home. She change your purpose and accept Christ "Ten dollars," replied the sergeant. "The mode ot expression plays a ping the school as soon as they ran Old Hunter. as your Savior, Ood will change year And a city license" home. Think of those llowan Coun- very Important part In diplomatic neConvinced. "How much?" aaked Samuelson. heart and cause you to love what ones) gotiations." Muakogoe, Okla, After tramping you hated, and to hate what one yam ty teachers who have volunteered That there Is music In hla soul ,"8lx dollars." "Yea; but there Is not much use ot Ws do thoir servico and taught nighl trying to mako a well rounded sentence Dut whennot for a moment doubt. Samuelson was figuring on the back two days over the mountains without loved." "Is that all there la to Mr ha plays the slide trombone of an envelope. He looked up at the food, Oran Trammel), three, who satd he. "Certainly," I replied. Ha schools in addition to their day take the place ot a square deal" There s precious little e'er comes out away from a construction camp loat no time In accepting sergeanL Christ aa4 schools weok after week. Think of An Advantage, "This officer here," he said. Indicat at Woodstan, was found by James God gave blm a new heart. tho famous "Hoosior Schoolmaster" Stage Becrtt. Payne, an old hunter. Payne declined "Now Is the accepted time; new hi "You approve of summer sessions of ing Patrolman Bbea, "is mistaken. who lay awake hair tho night plan"That Little Lord Fauntleroy and the reward ot fSOO offered by J, T. the day of salvation." It yea nay, It's a That ain't no automobile. 1 ning Just what ho would do in the Mrs. Errol look very much alike. congress?" Trammel!, the cbild'a father. want more time to think about It," I "Yes. It's a great thing for a man school next day. JUghl now in this I Imagine they are mother and daugh- to have so much to think about that Tho Trammell child and Iluby answer, "What will you gain by wast"What's a gazump?" demanded the Thomson, four, wandered away from ing? What have you gained by waitlast week of October is the timo for ter," said Mrs. Jnrby at tho play. 'They are. The Fauntleroy is the he hasn t time to worry orer the tem sergeant skeptically. " replied Samuelson. the camp. Searching parties found the ing already? No, friend, what yem you to lako a now start and believe "A gazump mother of the Mrs. Errol," returned perature." little girl the next day six miles from need Is not time but decision. Teti "Walt, I'll show you." that yon can do things. Mr. Jarby. Harper's llaiar. He rushed out of the station, kicked home. Sho said tho boy had tired know that you are a slnnsr, and that All In the Family. Suburbs The minister out In oar the barrel oft the machine, picked up and she bad left him. Payno trailed Christ Is the only one who caa aavsj His Experience. Tell n man that tliero nro 270,109,-325,1you. The simple question is, "WIM place won't marry you unless yo the engine, put It on his shoulder, and the tittle boy over Eagle and mountains and came upou him you accept blm as your Savior?" stars and ho will bolievo "They found that confidence man have a medical certificate. walked off. 04 Used to be a gardener." asleep. The country through expects you to do It, commands yen you. Hut if a sign says, "Prosit "A gazump," he said, "Is a thing that fast Crawford Is It hard to get one? to "That explalna how he came to Paint," ho has to mako a personal know so much about green things and Why, no. It happens his used to be an automobile, but now It which tho children wandered Is In- do tt, and If It Is ever done. ye am Suburbs fested with wolves and wildcats. Is going to be a motorboat," the ono who must do It Is a doctor. brother investigation. Cincinnati Knqulror. suckers." Judge. All Puffed Up. "Tho town ot Plunkott la all puffed HELPS AND HINTS FOR TEACHERS up. And over what?" "Dunno. Got a now pitcher fer the No. 1 Believe that Tou Can. First. Delievo that you can. A ball team?" "Nope." groat many teachers fail to win Hie "Opery houso projected?" success they might tlirougli. a kind "Nope." of modesty. Perhaps we should "Tiat Is It then?" call it fear. Perhaps wo should call "A flying machlen flew over the it sleepiness. But at any rate they durned town the other day." do not attempt great thing's and of Hla Reproof. courso nobody accomplishes any thing ho docs not attempt! Just 11)Mrs. Votelelgh (coming homo at Aro tho dear children all right? now is the time for teachers to I haven't act eyes on them since morn make up their minds that this term ing. of school shall not end without real Her Husband Huh! You go about and great success. You can have it airing your views; better you'd stay if you will. at home and view your heirs. Whiskey Advertisements! No Immodest News Items! No asked hla neighbor, curl- ously. "Ho camo over to my house last evening and borrowed my gun to kill a dog that kopt him awake nights." "Well, what of that?" "Why," shouted Mr. Wllklns, "It was my dog ho killed!" Ladles' Home Jlurnal. mot!" Why? GAZUMP? rs The talk turned to In the lobby of a Washington hotel th other evening, and this ono waa con trlbuted by Sonator Shlrely of Indl IT SPAT OUT FIRE ana: Two men, according to the senator, wore sitting on a park bench one afternoon, listening to tho sparrow Chialng, whon tho delight of holding pub Mysterious Object Arouses lie office was Incidentally mentioned. cago Policeman's Suspicion "Look here, Jim," exclaimed ono of as to Its Species. the pair, suddenly looking up, "you am not thinking ot seeking an office, are you?" "No, I can't aay that I am." replied DRIVER IS ARRESTED Jim reflectively, "and yet If I got one to my liking I might take It." "I aee," responded tho other, "what Ownar Unhitches Motor and Walks kind ot a government Job would be to Off, Leaving Dry Qooda Box Con your taste?" traptlon Smeared With Duat and "Well," replied Jim, "I wouldn't Motor Oil, But Waa Happy. mind getting a couple of thousand a year for tilling fountain pens for tho "Chug-chug- ; ungth; Chicago. assistant secretary of tho treasury." Saturday Evening Tost. xunkl" The trained ear of Patrolman Jamca Shea caught these sounds tho other The Ruling Paaalon. atreot Host (proudly) And this Is a day as he stood at Fifty-fiftmasterpiece of Itembrandt! and Lako Park avenuo. They were not Visitor Great Scott, man! What especially hard to catch as they came la that unsightly hole In tho corner? In a flock. They arose from a mys ,t gpolI, tno who,e p)cture terious appearing object that ap- Host Well, you see, my wife la an proached from tho south. autograph collector, and sho wouldn't In duo courso of time the mysterious rest until she cut tho signature out objoct arrived. It looked llko a barrel and pasted It In her album. Puck. attached to a dry goods box and mounted on wheels. II spat fire from WHAT DID SHE MEAN? two sides of tho barrel. It groaned like a creature tortured beyond Its strength. In a hole In the top of the dry goods box sat a man. He waa smeared with dust and motor oil, but he beamed out on the world tike a office-seekeh 0 BEES EVICT FAMILIES AND SET HOUSE AFIRE Their Orchestra Drives Sleep Away, But the Assailants Join in the Chorus. What Is Minneapolis, Minn. One swarm of BrBEV.H.W.POPE beea stirred up moro trouble the other night at the Joint home of Magnua MlrUM Johnson and Georgo Gatea, In North Minneapolis, than all the hornets In half a docen neata could havo accomTKXT "Kucept ye be converted and plished. Thla la what tho beea did. as I ttla children, ye shall not Took poaaeaslon of the woodshed, enter Into the kingdom of heaven." banished sleep from the two families, Let ua consider stung a watrhdog on tho tall, atung first some things captors, set the houae their would-bare not which on fire and fought and stung tho e flre-mo- Shortlr after the Johnson family had retired, Johnson, whoso bedroom window overlooked the filled, discovered the bees, huddled In a ball aa large an a bushel basket, auspended In the doiirway of the structure. Their orchestra was In full swing and sleep To Improve one'a llfo la not It Is conversion. a common opinion conversion, bat which are often mistaken for It. Jll that good If one wIM linb-It- a drop all bad and cultivate ones, read himself the lllblo and go to church, he ci make , person well pleased with himself. "Halt!" This word waa spoken sternly by Patrolman Shea. With a couple ot chuga, a heart rending groan, and a final zung tho man and the machine camo to a standstill. The cloud ot dust and gasoline smoko In which the man and machine were enveloped swept on down the street. "Your name?" demanded the policeman. "Samuel Samuetaon," man In the machine. replied the Ho MflJTl Christian In short time This la a mistake. The Christian llfo Is not simply an Improvement of tho old life, but a different kind of a life altogether, namely, a life of obedience to Christ. Suppose you had a sour apple tree which you wlshod to convert Into a sweet apple tree. What would you dot Would you dig about It and prune It and scrape the bark? No, Indeed. A hundred years of such Improvement would not make tho tree bear sweet apples, but the Introduction of a graft from a sweot apple tree would do It very quickly. Even so a lifetime spent In Improving one's habits does not make one a Christian, bat the entrance ot Jesus Christ Into the heart by the surrender of ths wilL will do R In a moment. People do not become Chrlatlana by Improving their life, but by accepting Jeaus Christ. "He that hath the Son hath life; and a that hath not the Son ot God hath not lire." (I John 5:11.) What la Conversion? The word convert meana to "turn about." Aa applied to spiritual things. It means a turning of the soul anto God. "All wo llko sheep have gone astray; we have turned every one to his own way." The real essence of aln la thla, that the alnner la determined to havo hla own way. It may not bo tho worst way In the world. It may not be an Immoral way, or a way, but It Is hla way and not God's way, which he ought to follow. Thn only courso for the sinner te pursue Is to turn about, to abandon his way, and to nccept God'a way, "lAt tho wicked forsake hla way, and the unrighteous man hla thoughts, and lot him return unto the Ixird. and he Ik 1 Cor-bin- Con-.nc- two-edge- d old-fas- 4 se wan-dore- d ." 81 Kla-mlc- r October 23. imv DRAFTER NOW MOST PROFITABLE I HE n I IZKN. Pace Three. HORSE MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Frank 3. Montgomery, Instructor Husbandry, and Special lnvettipetcr. CORN SHOW AND SCHOOL FAIR INIMTIONAL in Animal Imported Orood Mare. None of In raiting any kind of lire itock fcr market, tho farmer should bear In 5id tho very Important fact Jkf-- l tliB other fellow la the ono to out tho cash. This makes nil tho dlnWi'ticn In the world, so far as the selling value of any kind of stuff Is concerned, and most especially live Opinions and likewise fash-tonstock. chango with thn times, so tho thoroughbred, thn Idol of tho betting and racing public, twenty years ago. Is now practically n drug; on the mar-kiSpeedy trottlng-brehorses are fairing a llttlo better, but even In this clans of equina perfection there Is not so much enthusiasm evinced as In the days of two decades ago, when tho '(rand Circuit" meant practically all of the United States, that Is at certain reasons of the year. Millions of dollars were then by the hardest headed bust-aes- s men of the country In expensive s, t. breeding establishments, where the choicest stallions and brood Hares' of either trotting or running blood, were kept to perpetuate their excellences through their progeny. Times hare changed and these great breeding establishments no longer enjoy tke prestige that they did. In other words, thn runners and trotters are no longer the royalty of the equine world, that la In the United States, but on the other hand the honest, big muscled drafter has come In for his share of honor. The drafter Is a profitable horse. The writer has for the past twenty years had occasion to visit at certain sessons the big sale stables of the south. He has seen thousands of horses and mules change hands, and can truthfully say that In all theso years has never known a good drafter to go begging, as tho saying Is, but on the other some one hand there was always present at the salo who seemed to want u horse of this class. The reason for this Is very apparent, the strong, sound work horso Is needed by so many, that It la much harder to supply the demand than It Is to "glut the market." Thcro are good drafters of all the The breeds that are now raised. Percheron seems to bo the favorite, not thnt any ono of tho other breeds do not have their good points, and do not at the samo time have their admirers, but It seems to the writer tractlble that the strong, horse of France, carries off the palm when It cornea to choosing a draft well-built breed. A few years ago the writer had occasion to take a trip, by private conveyance, through the state of Virginia, the Journey Included traveling counties, and one home. through twenty-twcounty, especially, that of RockingDeep plowing, ham, had thirty registered Percheron stallions who were by their service good preparation to the mares of the county so build- - patch. Work Judged on accuracy and rapi On Saturday, November Htli, Bercu dity. No. 2. Second (Irndc Writing; Oillcw) Tiilicrnnr.la will ho thn scone 1 thn muni of its k'n linked from sample submitted and rvnr liuld in Knslern Kentucky H writing dune at contest. No. 3. Third (Irndc Oral Spelling. will li" 11 e jninl cxlilhll of thu No. I. Fourth flrado Oral Readlie schools of thu southern end of Mtidfwm County nnd the Hoys nml ing; selection to hn chosen from the Girls' Club work of tho U. rS. Do idopted text by Iho judges. No, 5. Fifth Oradc Oral Reading. Pri7.pt parlmi'iit of Agric.ull' re. No, 0. Sixth Grade Written ArithiiKBrcgiitlni,' nhout 5100 will he given (lie boys and kMs and their metic; Judged on nccuracy, neatness parents for farm and pinion, and and rapidity. No. 7. Suvenlh Grade Arithmetic; homo science products and n program of unusual merit will he Riven best live problems In farm aritlnno-li- c. Bring three stated and solved, by Un; children and distinguished speakers who aro Invited to hn two will he given by tho judge. No. 8. F.lghlh Grade Product Map present. A crowd almost equal to that of of North America. This map must commencement day will hn in Ho-r- have a representation of tho pro- on Saturday, November fltli. durls of I he different sections. No. 0. Ninth Grade Map of MadiKvcrybody within ten milos of Iks-rWhich Have Good Lags. i that is Interested In bettor farm- son County. No. 10. Best School Exhibit. Tills ing will he present to sec tho great Let him be of good stio, that is for show of corn and other products exhibit should represent work done his breed, and at present we are and to hear thn speaking. in all Grades in every line. speaking of draft horses, look out for Notice All of tho above prizes The Prize List. blemishes, that Is such as may be Largest yield on any hoys' corn except No. 10, arc Individual. The progeny, weak transmitted to the prizo for No. 10 goes to the school. eyes, bad feet, upright shoulders, a club acre: 91.00 per bushel for crop -- by 'John Welch. Tho prizo for each number will lung weak back, coarao, meaty legs Ileal 10 cars corn grown on any ho a bluo ribbon and eligibility to below the hock and knee, all these fallings are often Inherited by tho jeluh acre: I pure bred Duroc Jer- contest at Richmond, November 15. colt. Tho disposition may be well sey pig McKeo Bros. Versailles, Important! on Ky. considered, for much depends A stallion who Is hard to manthat. No entrance feo will be charged Host work and greatest improveage Is liable to got colts that may ment made on any club acre: Pure to compote for prizes. provo fntractlble. mule-foPrizes in baking ami sewing will pigJohn Welch. Tho qualities of the mare are of bred Largest yield of corn on club acre be awarded only to girls and young utmost Importance, and If she Is un- in each of 5 districts: Incidental feo ladies from 12 to 21 years of age. Those making dresses must make Ilerea College, winter term, llU. Ilesl 10 cars corn grown on acre them for themselves. All other exhibits except those in each of 5 club districts: 5 fruit trees Maiden Ilidgo Nursery, Con- restricted to club members are open to all people in tho southern way, Ky. Largest yield corn on club acra and southeastern portions of Madi on Herea College forest lands: Ono son, northeastern Garrard nnd all years subscription to Tho Citizen-Pr- of. mountain counties. F. O. Clark. Tho five districts of corn club Largest yield of potatoes on any boys aro as follows: Virginia Raised Draft Mare. l.tOO Pounds Weight Each. No. 1. Out the Walnut Meadow acre: Incidental fee, Dcrca club and Kingston pikes from Bcrca. derslies, badly formed, or mean In College, winter term, 1911. No. 2. Bluo Lick and Silver Creek Largest yield of tomatoes on any temper; you may reasonably expect aero: Incidental feo Berea school districts. to see some of these defects In the cltil College, Winter tnrm, 1011. No. 3. Bear Wallow and Red Lick foal. Remember that "like begets like," Best 10 cars corn grown by any districts. and that so surely as you disregard man: 1st prizo 000 pounds high No. A. Dig Hill, Scaffold Cane and the lawa of nature In the breeding of grade complete fertilizer R. H. Haiti districts. horses or any other live stock, so Chrisman; 2nd prize, 1 ton ground No. 5. All corn club members out surely will you be very much disapof Madison County. limestone Burdctto & Son. pointed In the result All exhibits must be at tho TaberBest 10 ears popcorn: 1 sack nacle before 10 a.m. Saturday mornflour N. J. Coylc. Best cpiart sample seed wheat: I ing of the show. In selecting 10 cars of corn for sack liest flour R. L. Potts & Son. Best fj Irish potatoes: 1 Rayo lamp pnV.es, boys and men should observe tho last nino of tho thirteen complete Hollidays. Best 5 sweet potatoes: 1 $2.00 bat rules for selecting seed corn given Sow some grass seed on the bare on this page. Hayes iV (lott. spots of the lawn. All exhibits aro to remain in place Best 5 onions: $1.00 cash J. D. during entire day. 480 different kinds of Clarkston. Sheep will eat The judges will begin at 10 a.m., Heaviest pumpkin or squash 00 weeds. See the point? and tho program at 1:30 p.m. Come cents cash L. Bohon. Best 3 cans ass rted vegetables early and bring your lunch and Plow early and often, that the Inono years subscription to Tho Citi- have a good lime generally. You crease may be the greater. will sec some of your friends you zen. Tho cleaner the stalls are kept, the Best 3 cans assorted fruit: $2.50 have not seen for a long time. less amount of bedding required. cash-- K. F. Coyle. Rules For Selecting Seed Corn. Best 5 apples: $1.00 cash J. L. 1. From they bills with 2 or more If you use blinders, see that stalks. aro not too tight or that they do not (lay. Best Loaf light bread: 1 sack flap. bearing 2 or 2. From stalks cream wheat flour Bcrca Roller more ears. A lousy, dyspeptic fowl la a very Mills. 3. Ears of proper height from good representative of the cholera vicBest while layer cako willi cho ground. tims. colato icing: $1.50 in merchandise-Mr- s. t. Shanks of medium length, cars S. R. Baker. pendant. longA septic tank Is the first and $2.00 Parker Best pound butter: 5. Ears of good length. est step toward a healthy modern fountain pen Porlcr-Moor- o Drug 0. Ears well rounded over at tips 1 ea ea ot -8 El-de- an J!ZZT!ZZZ MAKE mn" mm niNC BETTER PUBLIC ROADS StlMSOHE w LESSON (Tty Chicago.) Department, Tn R O. REU.Ena, Dlrec tor of Evenlnir Moody Illhle Institute, LESSON FOR OCTOBER 26 sin of moses and aaron. LESSON TBXT Numbers M:l-l- l OOI.DKN TKXT-"- Let tho wonls of my mouth anil tliA meditation of mj heart be ncreptnble In Thy tlRlif, O Jehovah, Experience Has Taught That Much Work Can Be Done During the Winter and Early Spring. At this time of year much Interest la aroutpd concerning road Improvement As has been found out by experience, much work can be done to earth roads early In tho season, In fact, during the winter and spring when they soften. If they are systematically dragged there Is no equal amount of work that can he done with aa good effect at any other tlmo of my rock and my redeemer." Fa. 19:11 l' Co. and butts. Best pillow slips, hand made: well manured. Is 7. Ears large around. (or the cabbage $1.50 set china cups and saucers. 8. Ears witli small cobs and large Mrs. J. M. F.arly. ' kernels. Best stand or mantle cover or pair It. Grains plump and tlnn on the Tho named farm Is not of necessity the nameless, but It Is pillow shams: $2.50 hat Jcnnio B. cob. better than Fish. likely to be. 12. Grains rather smooth dented. Best calico or gingham dress all Feed plenty of cbarcooal. as It Is material to cost $1.00 or less: 1st one of tho best things for keeping the prize, $3.75 mesh hand bag Marcum poultry healthy. i& Robinson; 2nd prize, 2 cans St. Nicholas cofTeo Joo W. Stephens. Tho straw shed Is not to be despised, SCHOOL FAIR. helped many a farmer build a It has Prize List. barn. moro sightly No. I. First Grade Oral Number U'hnn plover Is used as a horso feed. Iho quality should bo good and the quantity fed limited. ' , Ollmeal Is greatly relished by lambs $1.00 cash- -J. W. Stephens. and helps In obtaining a One finish for Best fancy apron, hand made: the market cash J. B. Richardson. Best plain apron, machino mado: $1 9. Ears with wedgo shaped ker- nels. 10. Ears with grains in straight rows. 13. Must not bo mixed. The last 9 rides should bo used in selecting your corn for tho corn show at Berea, November 8th. Seed corn should be hung up in a dry, and if possible a warm place so as to dry out thoroughly before cold weather. Iron Watchdog Is Not Yet Extinct in Washington watchdog Is Virginia Halted Dratt Pounds. Stallloru-1,75- 0 Kven a hog likes a clean bed and board. Tho cement trough and feeding floor provldo (or tho latter. Tho (ecd manger should bo so built that cleaning It out will not be a matter of occasional accident Iron THE Washington not extinct draft-horsInterest of this particular section of the Old Dominion, that buyers from many of centers of tho east, the notably New York, Philadelphia, IIos-toIlaltlmoro and Washington, visited the county seat Harrisonburg at regular Intervals through the year, Court days generally, to purchase these line Virginia horses, and tho writer has seen as many as i one thousand offered for sale In one day by tho (armors of Rockingham and adjoining counties. Remember that when you breed your good draft mare you will have to wait practically a year before you even see the colt, then It will be at least three more years before thla colt Is marketable. This meant four yeara ero you can make anything like a profitable sale for your colt; therefore you can readily understand how unwise It will be for you to breed to any but a choice stallion. Ing up tho horso-Hellin- Spraying a chicken house with one r to twenty solution of will effectually destroy all nlU and lice. llme-sulpbu' sick to mend the cracks In sides and Ttere Is an Iron watch dog, fresh, the holes In roof of the chicken bouse. ly painted black, with a very glossy coat, on the north side of II street It Is too late then. between Tenth and Eleventh streets. Usually Ono of tho most Important Items In Thero Is only one of him. managing a fruit farm, and especially these Iron dog doorkeepers come In mall fruits, Is to prepare the toll In pairs, and there probably was a pair equal hills before plautlng. here, but the other dog ti missing-stra- yed The hens that moult early will be dot is a Newfoundland, or It may the best winter layers, and their feed be that he la a setter. should be of that kind which makes It Is a big, red pressed brick double good tho loss they sustain In losing house three stories high and four their feathers. windows wide, and lis number 1096 Do not wait until the chickens are He may not be so nummous as ho used to be. Time was when It was not unusual for the owner of a city home to have a pair of Iron dogs before his bouse, one on each sldo of tho entrance. From time to time the writer has reported tho presence of dogs and lions as atdr to architecture or aa guards The list of lortils In Washington. of tbtse things has not been exhaust-e- d or stolen The remaining street. Brownstone step lead to the doorway from the herringbone brick sidewalk. On one side of the step Is a bit of grass that grow behind an Iron fence. The dog Is stretched on the brick pavement close up to thu Iron fence on the east side of the entrance, lie looks toward the west. In front of the Iron feaee and grassy atrip on the west sldo of the entrance, presumably where the companion dog waa wont to rest, la a green slat bench, where dwellers In that bouse rest In the cool of the evening, when It la cool, or the heat of the evsalag, whs tt to not cool H Forty years have passed since Is real committed Its fatal mlstako of disobedience. This lesson la a three-sideplcturo. A murmuring, blindly disobedient people; God, tho righteous director of the affairs of men; Moses and Aaron, tho divinely appointed but sorely tested leaders of tho peoplo. I. The people's petition, w. 5 Tho name of this placo was Merlbah (v. the year The law permits tho highway com- 13), which means strlfo. It was not missioners to make contracts with per- the fault of Ood nor the desired loadsons living alongside a road to do the ings of Moses that brought these peodragging. To facilitate this work, the ple to this placo. Forty years of wanstate highway commission has Just Is- dering seemingly had not taught them sued blank contract forms which mny this lesson. Many people accuse Ood be used by commissioners In making when they themselves aro to be evil their contracts, says the Farm Homo. blamed for the1:13-1- that comes upon What a terrible These blank forms are bound with them. James stubs attached like an ordinary check sin Ingratitude Is and how Incredibly' ungrateful these people are. Their Usual Plan. I Z-II. God's Plan, w. 64. Moses and Aaron followed tbelr usual, and the wisest plan of taking their difficulty to God. Separated from the people they throw themselves upon their faces before htm and he graciously manifested himself unto them and gave them explicit directions (t. 8). Other times M"a had had this same 14:6; 16:4, Ex. 17:4, , experience, ch. etc. It Is an Inspiration to recall the multiplied times Ood has used these common agencies in mo nann oi mm consecrated servants to work his mighty deeds an a boy's sling, a lamp and a pitcher, a few loaves and two small fishes. III. Mosts and Aaron's Pride, w. These servants began very properly to carry oat God's Instructions. They took the rod from Ood, "as comCrushed Rock Road In Missouri. manded" (t. ). They gathered the book and are very convenient They people together in the right place "beto fore the rock." But then began their will be furnished free of charge any highway commissioner who will failure. Borne mar plead extenuating npply for them to the state highway circumstances or great provocation. commissioner, Springfield. III. Hut Moses, for he takes the place of The commission has also Just Is- leadership, made a four-fol- d mistake sued a pamphlet on the procedure which was too serious to be overthat should be taken when a vote on looked or to go unpunished. (1) He hard roads la proposed. Much time deceived the people. He had Just and expense will he raved If all who come from "tent of meeting" (t. 6) are Interested In having petitions cir- and, aa heretofore, the people expectculated and vote taken will be sure ed some message from Jehovah, thai all steps have been tnken In ac- whereas he gave them not God's cordance with the law. Instances are words, but those of bis own coining. constantly arising where through a This ought to be a warning to minismisstep at some point or other the ters and teachers, viz., that the people whole proceeding la made Invalid, have a right to expect from their causing delay and expense. Any one and Instructed leaders, bis wishing Information concerning the word, not the opinions of man nor township hard road law of the state of the wisdom of the sages. Illinois can get the pamphlet here Considered Them Rebels. mentioned free of charge on applicaMoses In his pride separated himtion to the Illinois highway commisself from the people. He assumed sion, Springfield. 111. He thou" attitude. a "holler-thalooked upon the people, over this line GOOD ROADS IN CALIFORNIA of separation, aa being rebels, and God will not allow Christian leaders to Pacific Coast State Ranks Next to hand out admonition upon a platter of anger. (3) Ho took the glory to New York In Making Appropriahimself. Thla was more serious still tions for Improvement. and waa In direct violation of the Next to New York, California is do- spirit of those laws he had received ing he big thing In road building. upon the Mount, Ex. 20:6. "Must we It has 2,300 miles of main routes and fetch you water," Is quite different from "Thou shall bring them forth." 400 miles of laterals, and it Is spendThis Is that which has set aside many ing Its lump appropriation of of which It Is said, "Approxi- Christian worker. Wo must not'lea mately 70 per. cent, cf the burden will to our own understanding nor fall to fall upon the Incorporated cities." Cal- acknowledge that It Is God that works ifornia communities have the spirit of and to him be the glory. Look up Acts 3:1116; the times. For Instance, Los Angel-th- e Gen. 40:8; Dan. 2:28-30- ; (4) Moses smote the county alone spent $3,500,000 on I. Cor. 3:7. rock. God had told Moses to "speak oil macadam highways. In Alabama a system of trunk roads unto the rock" (v. 8) whereas ha from north to south and from east smote tho rock as though the power to west has been laid out Louisiana were In the rod or the strong arm has spent almost $10,000,000 In four back of the rod. Exact obedience Is years. Mississippi counties have de- expected by God and to do anything; clared bond Issues of $600,000, and the else Is to doubt his power, to reflect state will spend millions In the next upon his word and to draw attention three years. Utah spent $2,000,000 In away from him and upon ourselves. the past two years. Minnesota Is Our attention has been called to the preparing to bulk! 2,700 miles of road fact that on n previous occasion, Ex. 17:6, 6, God had commanded Moses next year, Maryland has got Its under a rigorous system. Its to smite tho rock, that the rock sugnewest program calls for about $5,000,-00- 0 gests Christ (I. Cor. 10:4), that he was' to bo smitten but once and thereafter In two years In tho 23 counties. nearly a word of prayer would bring This Is the latest expert knowledge. forth water, see Luke 11:13. No man Is essential to God's plan though God's FILLING ROADS AND STREETS plana are always worked out through men. When men fall to seo this Modern Transportation Demands Best God speedily sets thein asldo and appoints other leaders. Moses and of Thoroughfares Aim Should Be to Even Filling. Aaron fell through unbelief (v. 13) and Moses Is compelled to give up bis placo of leadership and Is not allowed When graveling streets, if the aro filled first and the stones to enter tho land of promise though, raked toward the center and covered, graciously granted a view of It, (Dcut. 32:49, E0; 34:4). Moses It will lcavo tho surface In nice con- 3:23-26- ; dition. When tho center Is filled first "spake unadvlsably with bis Hps." It la impossible to cover the stones Mosca had also to suffer for Israel IV. The chief points. There are with tho thin covering at tho outsldo of the fill, I noticed a village street throo great teachings In this lesson. that was being raised ten Inches with The wrong of having a provoked coarse gravel. The center waa filled spirit, one contrary to that of tho first and the coarse stones raked to God of Mercy and draco. It la hard the outsldcs. It required twtco tho to learn that God la hindered by those time to do the grading as If the out- who profess to be his servants but sldes bad been filled first and the who manifest such a spirit. Again coarse atones raked toward the deep- God must bo represented, glorified, est part of the fill In the center, by those who profess to be bis servwrites an expert In tho Farm and ants. To let our methods, our per sonality or our Ideals come between Home. Moreover, the street Is sprinkled with stcnes that could not be man and God Invokes bis Jealousy, covered, which will make extra ex- And lastly, the measure of privilege pense to haul away, and It will bn a la the measure of responsibility and understanding. rough road for years to come. d 5. 1 I 3. God-call- n road-buildin- g out-sid- mm m Page Four. fHE CITIZEN. NEIGHBORHOOD GATHERING COLLEGE ITEMS DOCTOR clco-tr- io October 33. 1013 COWLEY STARTS ARIZONA. FOR i S 8 (oooooooooooooooool LOCAL PAGE NEWS I OF BERBA AND VICINITY. GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOUR-E- S A ooooooooooo DR. BEST, DENTIST OITT PHONK oooooooaoooooo Get those shoes nt Welch's, (ad) Miss Bcsslo Kalon and brother, IS3 & Office over Berca Bank Trust Co DAN H. BRECK Firet Life, Accident, and Lire Stock INSURANCE Will sign jour bond. Phone 505 L. & Richmond, Ky. N. TIME TABLE North Bound, Local Knoxvillo 7:00 n. m 10 IBS BEREA 1:07 p. m. 3:52 Cincinnati 6:30 p. m. 7:45 South Bound, Local Cincinnati G:30n. m. 8:15 12:34 p. m. 12:33 BEREA Knoxvilie 7:00 p. m. 6:50 p. m a. m a. m p.m. a. m a. m Express Train No. 33 will stop to take on passcn gers for Knoxvilie and points beyond South Bound 8:00 a. m. 11:55 a. m. No. 32 will stop at Berca to take on passengers for Cincinnati, 0., and points beyond. ASTRAY North Bound One small black and BEREA 4:45 p. m. sow pig, weight about 20 lbs., has Cincinnati 8:50 p. m. been at my place about two months Owner can havo by paying for this John Welch returned from Speed ad. and for feeding of pig. OSCAR WYATT well, Ky., Tuesday. Better furniture at Welch's (ad) BURTON-TISDALMrs. C. II. Burdette and little son Mr. Geo. Tisdalo of Blue Lick and week for an extended visit left last with her mother and brother near Miss Rose Burton of Whites Station Gold Medal Flour 65 cents were quietly married last Wednes Greensburg, Ind. 5 cents Granulated Sugar Order your magazines thru Spink's day evening at the bride's home. We Agency, Berea. Net prices on ah wish the young couple a long and 5 lb. Bucket Pure Leaf Lard 65 cents magazines; all clubbing offers dupli useful life. -rated, (ad) 25 cents, peck Irish Potatoes Mr. Will Brown, who is leaching BEREA CEMETERY ASSOCIATION. --Eggs22 cents, dozen at Buckeye, Ky., was visiting in Tho Berca Cemetery Association (own Saturday and Sunday. held its annual meeting last even 16 oz to every pound 100 cents to every dollar Mrs. Calfee, and children, who ing in tho Parish House. Tho year have been visiting in lh6 west, since ly reports wero favorable. The last summer, have returned homo. Treasurer showed a cash balance on The Woman's Missionary Society hand of S231.4G and all bills paid. of llio Baptist church met for their Matters wero discussed and acted regular meeting Tuesday at the upon for the improvement of tho home of Mrs. J. G. Harrison. cemetery, and its organization. Mrs. Sadio Mooro has returned to Prof. L. V. Dodge is again in the her home at Ml. Vernon after a vis ranks and takes his place amonc it in the country with Mr. and Mrs the interested citizens of Berea to J. J. Moore. make the resting place of our dear Miss Edilh Frost, who was taken ones a place of neatness and beauty. to tho hospital with threatened ap Officers elected for tho ensuing pendicitis on Saturday, was lakei year were as follows: to Cincinnati by her mother on Mr. T. J. Osborne, President. Tuesday to ho in care of Dr. Oliver Mr. W. I'. Kidd, Treasurer. nt Christ Hospital. Mr, J. W. Stepliens, Secretary crowd then inspected Ihe new build- students will mako the meeting Mrs. George Gowen of Brunswick, Mr. A. W. Titus. more ellleient and inspiring. Tho ing, Knapp Hall for teachers' trainGa., slopped off in Berea last week Mr. J. A. Burgess. ing, the Music Hall, and Putnam meeting Sunday night certainly for a short visit with hor cousin, Hall, now the homo of Vocational bears out this belief. Mrs. G. E. Porter. GOOD ROADS. girls. Special prices on soft felt hats Students to Work Roads. The Governor's call for everybody In tho final handshaking several for school girls and ladies in all The saying that education makes to work on the roads next Friday asked if this could not bo an annual colors, at Mrs. Laura Jones, for one men unwilling to perform manual week. Prices on $2.50 goods, $1.50; and Saturday is meeting a fine res- affair. labor was refuted last Tuesday ponse in Berca. Tho only danger is dozen, felt ready-to-weat $1.00 that many peoplo will be DEATH OF PROMINENT CITIZEN. when tho young men of Berca Colstruck each. Splendid values; all colors, The death of Rev. T. P. Wyatl oc lege voted unanimously to respond motionless by seeing neighbors at while they last. (ad) to the Governor's appeal to work on work and will simply stand and look curred at his homo on Chestnut St. Miss Jessie Smith, who is teach Tuesday, tho 21t., after a long per public highways. I ing at Ml. Vernon, spent the week on with approval Tho only obstacle is tho difficulty The Normal Department lakes the iod of failing health. end with her parents in town. dirt road from Silver Creek church Mr. Wyatt is au old resident of Be of finding enough tools, but by dividing the students into shifts this Have you scon Welch's new Dry house, to Scaffold Cano piko and will rea, one of our most substantial Goods and Gents' Furnishing Depart show highly esteemed by all. hindrance will lxj removed. how a split log drag can put citizens, "Give us a shovel," was tho cry of (ad) ment? a dirt road in condition. Tho young Mrs. Wyatt and tho other members the collego men as they passed out Mrs. Woody King and Mrs. Robort men rs of tho family havo as of each of tho other depart of chapel. Baldwin, both of London, Ky., spent mcnts will also bo alive a largo circle of neighbors. and make days of last week with Mrs. their mark on several The funeral service will lake place Reception for Miss Welsh. street improvements. Scrilda King on Center Street. Tho Collego Department celebratCitizens also aro expressing their Friday, tho 2lth, at 10:00 a.m., in Mr. T. J. Scrivner visited in town ed Miss Welsh's birthday last Frilelerminalion to put in good work, the Methodist church. last week for a few days with his Good roads bring noighbors nearer day night. A reception was given THEOLOGY AND son, Edgar and family. in Iter honor at Ladies Hall. Miss together. SOCIOLOGY Mr. George Pow visited over SunWelsh is a popular leachcr of tho Booklets by Rev. Geo. Candce, 803 day with Mrs. Pow and children, FOR MAGISTRATE. Department and tho occasion maniOakwood Ave., Toledo, O. who nre making an extended visit Voto for D. S. Bolkin, Independent fested the respect and lovo of tho Baptizo Els. and Collego in Berea. students. That sho might candidate for Magistrate in District yet an immcrsionlst Mrs. Ralph Osborne and daughter, No. 0, composed havo many happy returns of tho of Blue Lick, editor says of it: "A discussion of day was tho wish of every Paulino, arrived from Toronto on Clay Lick member Berca. Saturday last for a few weeks visit Mr. Bolkin is not and this race for baptism from a sectarian point of of the Department. in view besido this booklet would bo a at Treasurer Osborne's. Many Bcroa personal advantages but at tho in- - mock orange compared withjpno of Sophomores Hayrlde. friends will remember Mrs. Osborne itation of his fellow citizens, who Porto Rico's sweetest and best." 15 The Sophomoro class is tho largest as Miss Ruth Putnam, daughter of belicvo ho will best servo the pub- cents. in tho Collego Department and for Mrs. K. U. Putnam, for a long lime lic interest of this end of tho Coun- - Bible and Reason Versus Russel-is- that reason rather unwieldly. But a teacher in tho College. Ho pledged himself to work for Pastor Russell's error refuted. last Thursday night sixteen of the It's no odds what- you want you improvement of Roads. His device (aj) will bo tho Road Holier. Look for it Correct Biblo leaching of tho com class enjoyed a moonlight hayrido. can And it nt Welch's ings of Christ, of tho Resurrection Miss Parker was tho conductor and on your ballot beforo voting, (ad) and tho Judgment. 10 cents. everyone had a good time. This is tho first of many good God, the Father, Son and Holy BEREA MARKETS Spirit. Tho Trinity, three different times tho social committco of tho Prices Paid for Produce. conceptions of God not threo Gods. class aro planning. Apples '.....50 cents per bu. 5 cents. 15-BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE. cents por pound. Butter The Church and Socialism. The Eggs 22 ceals por dozen. Christian y, Lying in Madison County, Fellowship Socialist Chickens, fryers, 17 cents por pound. Christ's way to euro social ovlls and ono and ono half miles from Hams 17 cents per pound. bring in tho Kingdom. 2 cents., 20 Paint Lick, Ky., on Walnut Mea $1.00 por bushel cents a Onions dozen. All four booklets, 25 dow turn pike. Containing 73 $1.00 per bushel. cents. All postpaid. Potatoes acres, 1 rood and 20 poles. Good tobacco land. Fivo room dwelling, tobacco barn, and all necessary out buildings. Cistern near door. Spring In every field affording plonty of slock water in dryest seasons. Fino orchard. Near churches and school house, stores, mills, etc. mostly sown Farm in grass MAIN STREET, Near Bank Terms reasonable call on Jas. A. All interested Anderson or A. H. Kidd, Berea, Ky. Cincinnati BEREA red-spoil- ed Forest, spent Sunday with their cousin, Mr. Arthur Katon, near Wallace-Io- n. They wore accompanied by their aunt. Miss Mnry Hazlewood. Messrs. Ben Collins and brother Dr. Collins, and J. C. Steele were" entertained at dinner Saltfrday evening at tho Welch home. Get that sieve at Welch's, (adi Dr. and Mrs. Hotkin, J. C. Steele and wife went over to Lexington Friday to attend the Trols. .Miss Hagan and Miss Fish from Wildlo visited with Miss Ella Adams last week. Mr. Charlie Adams and Miss Ella Adams went to Cincinnati Tuesday. Mr. H. L. Richardson is in town for a few days. Have you seen tho new cloaks nt Welch's Dry Goods Depl? (ad) Mr. and Mrs. L. Muncy havo re turned from a very pleasant visit at Excello, Ohio. Mr. P. L. N'abh and daughter arc attending the Grand Lodge nt Louisville this week. For Sale: One 3 year old Jersey row with young calf. A bargain. (ad J. W, Stephens. Tho Collego invited tho families of Heron and vicinity to n neighborhood gathering on tho lawn in front of tho chapel Saturday afternoon. While the threatening wcalhcr was something of a damper and drove tho crowd from tho lawn to the shelter of the chapel, the occasion was on tho whnlo 0110 of tho brightest and best that Berea reMoro than 100 persons members. were present, representing every road that leads into Bcrcn, several coming live or six miles. - In opening tho meeting President Frost spoko of tho old settlers and found that seven persons wero pro-se- nt who had been in Berea before the Civil War, and over 100 who had been acquainted with Father Fee. Professor Fellon led in pray-- j er; Professor Montgomery gave a talk on Prolltablc Farming; Samuel Hanson spoko of Berea's early days; Juilgu Goodlow mado a brief address on Berea's friendly neighbors; Mis Boalright brought a crowd of children to give a littio exhibition In honor of Columbus day; Brother Knight made a report upon his exy; tension trip through Eastern and Mayor Gay spoko upon the good roads movement, in which we are all interested. The orowd then adjourned to the pavilion, where tho burgoo prepared by Thompson and Easlcy was enjoyed with great gusto; and the Ken-luck- The Collego has placed new lights on Prospect street and nt the head of Kllipso street making live great street lights which it now maintains. Girls' Societies Anniversary. An invited nudienco of tho Utile Dulco nnd Pi Epsllon PI Literary societies was pleasantly entertained in the Upper Chapel last Wednesday night. An interesting program of readings, essays and orations was given. The closing feature was n Farce entitled "six cups of chocolate" which was very well done. Miss Lucy, Smith played tho star part. The other ladles on tho program wero tho Misses Henrietta Beecher, Nancy Huff, Graco Engle, Margaret Shumaker, Alice Case, Hide Ambrose, Margaret Diznoy, Carrie Spangler, Alice Doncgnn, Gctlio Beem and Foils Greenlee. Old Time Religion. Tho meeting or the Y. M. C. A. last Sunday night marked u change in the policy of Die organization. Instead of having an address as the main feature of the service, the meeting was made an opportunity for prayer, testimony nnd song. Under the able leadership of Mr. Dexter Todd the meeting was a notable success. Everyone had tho opportunity to express himself in prayer, song, testimony or Bible quotations. It is believed that throwing tho management into the hands of the Eye Openers E. ' ar Very often when we say that n man is as stubborn as a tnulo wo traduce thu mule. Hens nro supposed to bo honest, hut they nre frequently caught stealing a nest. may truly claim The prize-fightthat he got his education in tho school of hard knocks. Chafing-dis- h cooking does not go very far in recommending n girl as n thorough housekeeper. Fine feathers never can, mako Duo birds especially of the kind which the milliner puts together. There is a good deal of prido nowadays. We saw somo Wheat tho other day that was all puffed out. It it always better to defer telling your neighbors what you think of him until he is a safe distance away. Some folks interpret by and by is buy and buy, nnd as a conseipienco loft is full of trash. the waKon-houo- o Being on the fence is not so comfortable, ns ft was in the days before the wire fence supplanted posts and rails. A coat of paint on his barn is worth more to an American farmer than a coat of arms on his letterheads. ILLUSTRATED LECTURE BY MISS Thoe who boast that they are persons of few words, are like a NEVILLE. phonograph in repeating them over Miss Ninda Neville of Lexington, and over. Farm Journal. Secretary of tho Society for the Prevention of Blindness, which has THE MAIDEN RIDGE NURSERY. done so much for tho treatment and euro of Trachoma and similar Sao half your money and buy through troubles Ken- - direct from llio Nursery. The Fall Eastern lucky, is to give an Illustrated Ice- -, is the best time to set in Kentucky. mi! 111 iiiu i.iMicgo tmapei on I have a large line of nil kinds of Wednesday night, October 29th. nursery stock willi prices very The occasion will bo one of great reasonable. Send for price list. interest to citizens as well as Phono 190. G. D. Smith, Richmond, (ad) Ivy. er Dr. Robert II. Cowley camo to Berea as rollegn physician in 1001. when tho hospital work was dono in the wooden building north of the printing olllre. He came witli ample preparation, hut has been diligently improving himself by periods of study in this country nnd abroad, and has become a great reliance to nil tho peoplo of this region, notably raising the standard of medical practice Ihruotit Eastern Kentucky. Before his coming to Berea, the Doctor suffered nn Infection in the Cleveland hospital which has given him repealed anxiety. A fresh and sudden manifestation of this old trouble has made it necessary for him to make au immediate chnngo of climate. Dr. Cowley and Mrs. Cowloy are among tho best beloved peoplo in Berea. Their friendly ways, Interest in every public improvement, generous assistance to nil who aro In misfortunu have won all hearts; and wo have ndmired the Doctor's talent and devotion. But most of nil Hie Doctor is thought of as a Christian man, teacher of a Sunday School class, a spiritual ns well as a medical comforter in many homos. TUb suddenness of the Doctor's departure has largely prevented the manifestation of the gratitude and alfectiou which is felt in all hearts. His associates in tho Faculty called at his door Tuesday noon to present money for tho purchase of an Indian Pony, a rifle, or whatever other trappings may bo needed on the Arizona ranch, and sang a farewell greeting which expresses tho senti ment of countless friends; "There is a scene where spirits blend, Where friend holds fellowship with friend; Though sundered far, by faith they meet Around one common mercy scat." The Doctor and his wife left for Arizona Wednesday evening at 4:40. A largo part of tho student body met them nt the depot and gave them a cordial farewell. The Collego has chargo of Dr. Cowley's place, and will hold tho house for tho use of whoever may ho elected as his successor. His property is not for sale. D. Fred J. Eakin, who was selected by Dr. Cowley to assist him during tho crowded Winter Term, as Dr. Rudolph did last year, is to come on immediately anil attend to the needs of tho students until a physician to succeed Dr. Cowley is elected. The Citizen Tells the Newt In School and Out of School In the State and Out of the State . You Should Take ft Because It is Worth $2 Can Get It COMING for $1 EVENTS WKDNKSDAY, October 29th, Lecture on Care of tho F.yos, by Miss Ninda Neville. THURSDAY-MONDAY, Oct. K. 2: State Conference, Kentucky Y. M. C. A., Louisville. WF.DNKSDAY, Nov. 12: Lycouln Lecture, Kdwnrd Amherst Ott. NOTES We Want Ever y Man in Berea To Know What He Can Actually Gain by Trading Here We wish we could get every min in town to wear a pair oi Our Shoes and a Suit of Our Clothes just once put them to the teU judge them from every standpoint style fit and service. We know these men would all be our customers alter that. Why not try us for your Fall clothes and shoes. fellow-mourne- an on Dun-canno.- n, We will positively save you money. m. By Far tke Beit Suits and Overcoats Ever Sold for Wonderful Varaea ia Men's Fall Saks aad - Overcoats, at $15 Made of absolutely worsteds cas. almeret, serges, etc. The very newest and most popular Mjles every one hand tailored and equal In every war to suits and over coats sold elsewhere for $18 to $10. Wear know $20 We can fit the whole family With g004 lhOS Tfiese suits are not equalled elsewhere at leu than 5, You will have to acknow. ledge these facts when you see these garments. They are the greatest $30 suits and overcoats In the world. Compare them with any you have ever seen. 20 Ken-luck- The one-then- Racket Store see CLARKSTON LPR WHEAT DRILLS HAYES x"?Jfe C& GOTT KENTUCKY Cash Store" BEREA, October 33, 1913. Saturday and Sunday with Guy Iticc of Paint Lick. SUCCESS THE CITIZEN Mrr WORKING TO A BIO PLAN in tho town, though Page Kive tho collcgo cared for lis own territory In a way that set n good example nnd largely protected its neighbors. During the past six years much has been dono in the way of making Dcrca moro healthful. (a) Thai street gutters havo been freer from tilth. (h) Tho wasle from stores has al been removed nnd a "clean up" day established when tho town furnishes teams to haul away nil rubbish from private houses. (c) Vacant lots hnvo been kept cleaner, tho nol as they should be. (d) Sanitary closets have been required by ordinanco and many havo mado Ihcm bill tho ordinanco has nol been fully enforced. This should bo done. (c) A regular Inspection week hns been established and all filthy places reported lo council and thus much sickness prevented. Tliero aro many other things which have been dono In tho past six years but Iho above is a fairly good outline of the work. I shall only suggest a few things which Hcrca Councils should do in the future. 1. The great thing should ho lo continue tho present policy of Improvement, with helpful cooperation between the council and the college, as well ns other property holders. The Council lias been working to a big plan which took in all tho interests of all parts of tho town. This big plan must never bo losl sight of. 2. Dcrca should have a water system and came near voting it a year ago. Somo plan should bo devised by which this could be procured. This is essential to the health of the people. 3. The next board should appoint n city health oluccr. The need of such an officer is too patent to need discussion. 1. Derca should hire a man to work all tho time, constantly making little road repairs and thus preventing larger ones. This will bo tho greatest saving to tho An expensive man is not necessary. A little experimenting will bring tho right semi-annutax-pay- er. itf ABOLITION IMIOTO-PLAY IN ESTILL COUNTY, I'tg-- Councilman Seale Tells of Six Tears' Prooress in Berea Improvements. Dear President Frost; Your loiter nsks somo statement as to tho work of tho council for tho past few years and suggestions for tho future. I am not suro Just how accuralo I may bo wllh figures, as I loft tho dala ol home, but I shall not go far nslray. It Is dlnicull for tho uninformed to appreciate just how much has iron done in Herea in the short pacc of six years. 1. Fair appraisement. Six years igo the assessed valuation of prop-rl- y was about $250,000, somo of the smaller property was nsscsscd for 'Imosl its full valuo while other larger properties wero assessed for as low as 10 per cent of their value. Ono pleco I recall worth at least 7,000 was nsscsscd at $700. Last year the assessed valuation of the property was nenrly JSOO.OOO nnd while tho work of Iho Hoard of F.qualizalion was not perfect, there were no glaring discrepancies. Each pleco of properly in Herea is bearing Just about its fair share of the taxes. 2. Good Collections. Six years ago the council levied a tax of 25 cents per 5100 nnd collected with the poll tax about $500 leaving about one-thiof tho tax uncollected. The board also found about the first of January when all tax was supposed lo be accounted for that a deputy collector had collected 3195 and gone lo another city lo live and had not accounted for any of this money and bad to bo threatened with a suit before settlement could be affected. Last year a tax of 55 cents was levied duo on the first day of August, and al this date I am suro there is not ?25 of last year's tax uncollected and not over $200 of tho present year practically all of which will be collected before Jan. rd (Contlnurd from One.) WKITINC HOW it is WONU It's all in theU U tAni ifU.U IDEAS t VTMf Ut M tof U mtM- -lt to to to aakt WEAK knowing $ lU)m HO Mt m pmti UTTCJt cwUm It rffimj fmit COOD. 4m4 MMicnfti! writ . . ' trpff luMflrryi Kcrytitrt M t wlrt top MT $ ... ... ywpi nirr ,. m tt .. -- iiwMiiwm MiiMini - ft Ml fart II 111 Ipmmm TW r mrmi,g liib imt- from NEW uw inilir WRITING YORK'S SCHOOL ol AJTM PHOTO-PLA- luiwoimti III lOUS TNiAtlt guM niwtoh, nr. HAID CA1H IPts" IK TO MADISON COUNTY NEWS. Mm. Fran Ahney, teacher at Mal ory Springs, is Id liavu an Indus- rial exhibit of her school on Mon day, (he 27th, and expects Professor Montgomery and Miss Doughs of Ilirea to bo nmong the Judges. Wednesday. Miss Clemmio Abrnms of Ilicli iiimiil spent last week with lior aunt, Mrs. C. F. Parks. Mrs. Palestine Haiclwood, who has had pneumonia fever, is improving. Mr. Harrison Powell of F.mniencc, Ky., spent last week with relatives Harts Harts. Oct. 20. Wo aro proud to at this place. Miss Nannie Morris has returned know thai (lod has heard our prayers for rain. Ho always In home from Nirholasvillc, Ky., wlicro sends it lima of need. Ho has also promised she has been spending the past Ho would send it on the just and three weeks with relatives. unjust. Sunday School at this place Sunday. Hradley I.ako went to Clear Crock Sunday tn sco tho baptism. The Misses Nannio Mailroal and Maud VanWinkle, Kato and Minnie I.ako attended tho speaking at Herea Saturday afternoon. The Misses Iva and Maggie Anderson visitwl Katherino I.ako Friday C C. I.ogsdon, who has been working on tho railroad has come homo for a few days rest. Mr. John Dougherty also is at homo. Ho has been to Hamilton. 0. Mr. T. J. Ilazelwood's baby is quitn sick at this writing. Anderson Collins of Whilo Hall ij (siting Jos. McQueen at present. Mr. Icslio McQueen attended ohurrh on Hlun Lick Sunday. John Gadd has gone to Indiana tn work. Kingston. Kingston, Oct. 20.-- Tlic Misses Mabel and I.elia l'lanery who are attending school nt Herea, and Kthcl Flnnery, who Is in school at d spent n fow days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark l'lanery. Mr. Lincoln Lamb of Coyle, Ky., has bought tho Tom Adams property and is going into tho merchandise usiness. Mr. and Mrs. William Jennings left Saturday for Hamilton, Ohio, where they will make their home. Mr. John W. Webb, who is attending school at Herea, spent from Saturday until Monday with his parents. Miss Suda Powell and mother wore shopping in Richmond las Hioh-iiion- Mr. Tom Hun of Hcrca attended Coyle. Coyle, Oct. 19. We aro sorry to bear of tho death of Mr. Jim Hub bard at Kingston. Mr. and Mrs. I). C. Hico nindo n business trip to Itlchmond Tuesday. Miss fierlrudo Lake has been vis iting her aunt, Mrs. Doncy Smiley, at Moliorly. Miss Carlie Ilarrelt was tho guest of Mrs. Mack Lain Wednesday night. Mr. Thomas Alford sold his farm to Mr. Peto Oabbard for S6O0. Mr. Lullidr Todd purchased from J. M. Powell two calves for $80.85. Miss Molly Fortuno and Mrs. Nor-a- h Lain wero shopping in Richmond Thursday. Mr. Lincoln Lamb purchased from Mr. Adams of Kingston a storo house and lot for fT.OO and is now selling goods. We wisli him much success Mrs. Nannie Johnson visited her sister at Herea Thursday. James Moliorly of Jackson County was the guest of Jim Powell Saturday night. Mies Huillia Todd visited her sister, Mrs. Zadio Lain, Thursday. Mrs. Lonnie Gilleii of Lexington and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Baker wero the guests of their aunt, Mrs. J. Powell, of this place. Mr. Kddie Maker and Mrs. Lucy Haker. bolb of Hear Wallow, wero quietly married al Pilot Knob Wo wish them chutvh Friday. much Joy and happiness .Mr. Jfcn Chasleen of Panola has rented tho old Undo John Joo Todd properly near llogcrsvillo. Lillyo and Caudas Powell wero In Herea Thursday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Dave- Hico spent A FEW BARGAINS IN '1 REAL ESTATE 1. No. No, 2. concrete store house in One large, best business part of Berea. Cost $2,500. Make us an offer. One brand new six room dwelling (will be finishsquare to public f ed Septembr 1 ) only school. All plastered, finished in hardwood, four Also a large basegrates and cabinet mantels. feet, and two porches. Can be ment about 22x24 two-story, one-hal- bought for $1,600. We have several nice residences on Jackson street at prices form $1,200 to 5,000. No. 4. We also have several Blue Grass farms in Madison and adjoining counties which we can deliver worth the money. Also several business propositions in Hardware, Dry Goods, Groceries, etc. Tell us what you want, and we shall try to please you. No. 3. colored pcoplo wont together to the samo churches, and to tho satno schools and nlo at tho samo tables, and that I bad never heard of but 0110 marriage of n whilo and black couple, "Obcrlin, however, is full of tho fruits of slaveholders' amalgamation. And how is II down here in Kentucky where every slavo girl Is liable tn be a victim to the lust of her master and to thai of her master's sons, and of every mothers sou in the Klatcl Do you have any cases of amalgamation down hero? Now abolition moans tho ending of all that. What class of men, do you llnd, nro the most violently opposed to abolition? Are they tho men who nre opposed to amalgamation or nro lliey those who practice il? livery virtuous white girl and woman in tho South and North ought to be an abolitionist in order to help save these enslaved victims from such men I livery wife, mother and sister ought to bo an abolitionist to save (heir husbands, sons and brothers from this awful temptation! No doubt, the sin of amalgamation is tho supreme crime of American shivery!" I had a special inspiration in delivering that message and could sec that I carried that great congregation with me. They gave good attention tn the sermon on Christian union which followed. r.s(piire L'lisha Harrison and others were there from Station Camp who canvassed tho crowil after tho meeting was dismissed. They found a few thugs there, who had come well supplied with whisky, to make (rouble, hut finding themselves so largely outnumbered by our friends they behaved themselves. One of them told Harrison he thought tho sermon was all right; but (ho lecture was mighty hard on "us fellows." At my fourth visit, Father Wallace gave mo Ibo reason of his absence from the creek ford, and, also, tho reason of his former long walks. Ileforo my lecture at tho former meeting, the whole people were In doubt, and tho pronounced enemies wero boisterous and threatening. My friends feared they might waylay mo in the woods on my lonely way. They knew I was a and carried no weapons of defense. So they took it upon themselves to protect me. Ho told me that every time I crossed tho ridgo path every ridge had a path running its whole length guards wore stationed, either sido (out of sight) al that crossing. They thought T ought to he accompanied by some one all tho way over thai hill. He volunteered to this service. Ho lold 1110 that immediately after, my talk on amalgamation ho tramped all over that neighborhood going ten miles in somo directions to sec how the people look "Candeo's lecture." lie found il was well received and thai tho women, especially, were enthusiastic over it. The guards were, therefore, withheld and Ihcro was no further need of a pilot over that lonely way. This display of small "d" democracy did not represent all there was in list ill County. About thai time two of tho mosl influential citizens of Irvine, the county seat, sent for John G. Feo to como there and preach in tho M. K. A mob Ho went there. Church. spirit had been stirred up and a plan completed to "tako him down". The church was packed for that purpose. Suddenly a check camo to tho movement when ono of tho men who had called Mr. Feo Ihcro arose in tho audienco nnd attracted (ho attention of tho crowd. Ho called their attention to tho fact that ho had been a citizen of tho town for a long linio; had tried to bo a useful citizen ho was their miller was Interested in tho public welfare; that ho was ono who bad invited Mr. Fee there; Mr. Feo dad como and was behaving himself liko a gentleman and should bo treated as such until ho proved himself unworthy of such treatment. And ho told that mob that ho wanted il understood that until Mr. Feo did prove himself unworthy of such treatmont, "If you tako him down you will do il over my dead body." nt ggd calumet BAKING POWDER For Every Baking Best fails. it' 'sthe purest. Best because because Best because it makes every baking light, fluffy and evenly raised. Best because it never it is moderate in cost, highest in quality. At your grocers. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS 1. 1014. UNITED STATES NEWS. (Continued from die One.) Bicknell & Harris Berea, Kentucky dcred tho Impeachment. Ho controlled, tho members of tho court, dictntcd proceedings and wrolo tho Ho was tho judgo and judgment. jury, th'a prosecutor and tho ballif. Ho further stated that ho would not have boon impeached if ho had served Doss Murphy willi half tho zeal with which ho served tho slate. Oct. 20th Sulzcr was nominated by tho Progressives for Assembly-ina- u. Ho accepted saying thai ho will mako fair play in his fight which ho hopes will finally pul him back in tho cxecutlvo chair. 3. Honey when needed. Six years ago the tax was not collectible until December 1. Thai mado il impossible to use tho money in constructing streets, etc., in tho summer result. Any thing I can do for you, or tho and fall. This has been changed so the tax is duo in August and the Citizen, or tho College, or tho Town money is available when il is need- in tho future I shall be glad lo havo you call on me. ed. 4. Concrete Sidewalks. Six years With best wishes, ago there was not one piece of conE. C. Scale. crete sido walk in Hcrca. Today Hcrca is as well provided with sideTHE GAME LAWS. walks as any town of its sizo in tho Hunting License. stale. In fact, I think the zeal to No porson shall hunt without provide sidewalks led tho councils a little loo far and somo useless liccnso; provided, however, owners walks were laid; but much moro of land, their children if residents, good than harm resulted from tho tenants or their children If resiwholo movement. Then, too, the dents may hunt on their oyn land councils in the early part of the or leasehold or land immediately "walk-layinperiod wero not in- adjoining theirs. Hunters must carry their license sistent enough that the walks bo laid to grade and some ugly places when hunting. License may be obtained from havo resulted, hut Herea has today County Clerk. more model sidewalk than any small town I havo known. Open Season. 5. Stock off Streets. Six years Lawful to Kill Quail, November ago slock could not bo forced off the 15 to January 1; pheasants, Novemstreets of Hcrca. livery case thai ber 15 to January 1; doves, August camo up was defeated. Today He- 1 to February 1; woodcock, Juno CO rea has ordinances by which stock to February 1; wild gooso or wild can bo kept off the streets and the duck, August 15 lo April 1 ; rabbits. offending owner fined. November 15 to September 15; black C. A Municipal Building. Six and fox squirrels, Juno 15 lo Sepyears ago if a man was arrested in tember 15 and November 15 to FebHerea ho had to ho guarded, scnl to ruary 1. jail al Richmond or turned looso Unlawful. most often tho laltcr. Order was Unlawful to buy, sell or offer for poor. Today we have a courtroom sale at any time, any quail, pheasand a good jail, and it has had a ant or wild turkey. upon tho morals of "toning" effect Unlawful to receive or transport the town. any wild turkey, quail or natlvo 7. A Marshall on the spot. Six pheasant, unless lawfully killed and years ago tho Marshal worked for in tho possession of tho hunter. his fees and only worked when he Unlawful to buy game from any thought tho monoy was in sight. To- State, salo of which is prohibited day tho Marshal is paid a salary and by tho laws of that Slate. his fees hesido and is on tho spot Unlnwful to set traps upon tho when needed. Good order is the lands of another without permis result. sion. 8. 10,000 Feet of Standard Road. Rabbits. Six years ago tho tqwn of Hcrca Rabbits may bo bought, sold or on its own account had novcr built containing a. street. Various individuals by shipped, hut packages their bodies or parts thereof must bo subscription had constructed slate pikes thru tho town and for many clearly marked, giving contents of years (Depol Street excepted) tho package and namo and address of only repairs on tho streets wero shipper. Unlawful to kill rabbits gun from September 15 to mado with slato. During tho past with a November 15, hut may ho killed or tosix years tho town and college gether havo expended moro than captured in any other way. $15,000 on tho streets, tho college BILL BY EXPRESS. contributing about ono third. Dill Spraguo kept a general storo Tho first grcal task was lo mako some repairs and for three years no at Corydon Four Cornors. Ono day new roads wore built. Dig Hill pike, ho set off for Now York lo buy a lot of goods. Tho goods wero shipMain Street, Chestnut Street, Illch-inoStreet, Railroad Street, Cen- ped immediately; nnd as Dill had ter Street and Hoono Street wero re- lingered in Now York sightseeing, thoy readied Corydon Four Corners paired and surfaced with metal. Tho town owned no machinery boforo him. Tho goods in an enorand so tho work was imperfectly mous packing caso woro drivon to done. Then camo Iho "government" tho general storo by tho local teams-to- r. Mrs. Spraguo camo out lo see road, built by tho collcgo with tho (own contributing $1,000. And sinoo what had arrived, and, with a that timo Herea bus built 7,500 feet shriek, tottered and fell. "O, what is tho maltor, ma'am?'' of standard street and boforo Jan. first should havoC.500 moro complet- cried tho hired girl. Mrs. Spraguo, hor oyes blindod ed. Tho collcgo has bought a good with tears, pointed to tho packing-cas- e, steam roller so that whereon was stenciled in largo will be both cheaper and bettor. 9. Sanitation. Six years ago noth- black lolers: DILL INSIDK. Everying hail been do no toward sanitation body's Magazine. g" nd road-maki- ml Wat M' Pnr Food Es itioa, CUeaaa,Bl. Pari ftUccfc.1912 1 ' Eipwlthw. Fraac I Tm im't bmt,W Tr.TVf? I IkUiffe. ruAilili.l ntll UwIllil I wnt. n.Hrinl t iT Milk ai PlliMll U U, J UA. TRAIN PLUNGES FROM TRESTLE RAILS SPREAD AND ALL THE CARS LEAP.INTO A DEEP GULCH. One Hundred Persons Badly Injured-CoacCatch Fire Almost Immediately. hes Western Newspaper Union News Sorvlcs. Mobile, Ala. At least 32 soldiers were killed nnd more than 100 badly Injured when a special train, carrying 175 enlisted men of the United States Coast artillery, jumped the track at a high trestle near here, according to a report received by Assistant General Manager M. J. Wise, ot the Mobile & Ohio railroad. The train was a special running as the second section of a regular pa, senger train on the Mobllo & Ohio railroad. The soldiers were bound from Ft. Morgan for Meridian, Mlaa., to give an exhibition drill at the Alabama- State fair. All available rhyslclans, ambulances and dead wagons were gathered at th terminal station to assist the corps of medical men on the scene. The wrecked cars are In a ratine, 60 feet deep. The suffering of the has been terrible, although tat solders who escaped injury have done noblo work. The trestle on which tht train was wrecked was destroyed. -Mississippi Irritating Habits A grass burr in your shoo never produces death, hut it is exceedingly disagreeable. And so it is with llio nagging nnd habits of somo people. They never kill outright, but they sometimes mako fault-findi- ng you almost wish you were dead. How thoy irritato and pester you I Tho only good purpose thoy servo you is to cultivate tho graces of patience nnd forbearance. Texas Christian Advocate STOMACH TROUBLE CURED WITH FOOD. I havo prepared a course of lessons which teaches you how to select and comb i no your food nt meals so as lo reinovo tho causes of, and cure, stomach and intestinal trouble. Drop mo a card and I will send you my litllo book, Scientific Ealing, freo of chargo which explains theio lessons. Eugene Christian, F, 8. D., 213 W. 9th St., Now York City. (d) t Page Six. aside the most difficult Usks for his own rupe or gun. Ills regard for the ranger Into whose care be ws now about to commit his wife and daugb ter persisted In spite of bis suffering In hi ui was bts hope, bis stay, Once again. In a lucid moment, he reverted to the promise which be had drawn from Cavmntph lf I go you must take care of my girl-ta- ke care of Lite too. Promise me that Do you promisor bo Insisted. "I promise on honor, Reus repeatThe Great Conservation ed, and, wllh'n faint pressure of hU band iKO slender und weak). WetherNovel ford sunk nwiiy Into the drowse which droK,ned hour by hour, broken now By HAMLIN GARLAND and then by convulsions, which wrung the stern heart of the ranger till hi hands trembled for pity Copyright. 1910. by Hamlin Garland The day was well ndvnncod when the sound of rattling pebbles on the hill SYNOPSIS. back of his rnbln drew bis attention, who ! an VlrflniA Wetherford. years,tiu baea jd n few moments later a man on n returns weary horse rode up to bis door and eastern school for te to Roaring ForK. Her mother, a coaree, sasrullne woman, U running a shabby dropped heavily from the saddle. lie ftoardlng house, where whisky la sold was n small, dark Individual, with without Hernia. spectacles, plainly of the city. Lm meets Rosa Cavanaich. forest ras"Bewarel Smallpox!" called Rosa as ter, and Koreat 8uprvltor nedfleld. and Lee become interested la each kls visitor drew near the door tner. The newcomer waived his band con Uxa Wetherford. Ln! mother, becomes temptuotisly. "l'vo had it Are yoo S3. Lee starts In to Improve the character of the boarding house. Cavanaab and Bcws Cavanagh?" "I am." lUdflrM cenipltment her. Gregg, a ranchman, threatens Cavanash. "My name Is Hartley. I represent Lee Is dlteuatfd with her surroundlnxa. the Denver Roundup. I'm Interested whisky selllns. Mrs. Ut ceases her elicit Redfleld Invites Lee to visit Klk Uxlre. lied (Veld tells Lee about Cavanagb's hv tarestlnn career and explains the work and troubles of the taraa aarvlca Xee la acHcnteS with the culture shown at Elk Lodge. Cavanagh rides sixty mile to spend in evening with her. Cavanagh's love for Lee grows. Mrs. Keddcld likes Lee. but dislikes her moth-e- r and thinks Cavanagb'a love affair hi I'HIi CITIZEN. perfectly well that nothing will svr be don about this thing unless tbe Insists upou It. It'a up to you tad tue (we representing the conbe winked science of tbe east' an eye "and you federal authority) to do what we can to bring these men to Better reconsider. their punishment. I'm speaking now as a citizen as well M a reporter." There was much truth In what he aid. but Cavnuiigh refused to go further In tbe matter mil II be hud "-here d October 23. 1913 Cavanagh, Forest Ranger with Redtleld. "Very well." replied Hartley. "That's settled. By the way, who Is your pa- tient Eloquently, r concisely, Ross told the story, "Just n poor old mounted hobo, a survival of the cowboy west." ho said, "but ho had tbo beurt of a hero la blm. nnd I'm doing my best to snvo him." tho In tbo dark-th- at's theory or under n red light White light brings out tbe ulcers." "Ho hates darkness. That's one reason why I've opened tbe doors and Windows." According to Finscn. "All wrong he wouldn't pit In tho dark. However, k doesn't matter on a cowboy. You've a great story yourself. There's a One situation here, which I'll play up If you don't obJecL" Cavanagh smiled. "Would my objection have any weight?" The reporter laughed. "Not ranch. I've got to carry back some sort of game. Well, so long. I must bit tho trail over tbo hill." Cavanngh made civil answer and retained to bis patient more than half convinced that Hartley was right. The "power of the press" might prove to be a very real force In this pursuit. As tho Journalist was about to raonnt his horse ho discovered Lee Virginia on tbe other side of the creek, -- nellor said he. "I wrmder means.' What this pretty maiden And. dropping bis bridle rein again, he walked down to tbe bridge. 8wenson Interposed bts tall figure. "What do you want?" be asked blunt-fr- . "You don't want to get too close. Tou're been talking to tbe ranger." nartloy stndled blm coolly. "Are yon ranger too? "No. only a guard." "Why are you leaving Cavanagh to play it alone In t borer Lee explained "He won't let any f ns come near him." frstest "Keep him The doctor orders Llze to ccasa work and diet herself. She rebels. Cavanagh arrests Gregg's son and a stranger named Edwards as poachers. Roaring Fork rowdies attempt to rescue the prisoners, but Lite and Lea arm themselves and help Cavanagh. They ortvc away the roughs, and delivers his prisoners to Judge Hlgley for trial Edwards, whet fine has been paid, loins Cavanagh at his cabin. He tella Cavanagh he Is Ed Wetherford, Lae's father I.ee thinks he Is dead TTeTherTofa anHTavanagh rind a sheep herder with smallpox. Wetberford becomes nursa Cavanagh finds two sheep herders murdered. TTJVahoCTi TaTinhe 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 rsv signs. Tearing to rpread contagion. Cavanagh and Wetherford retire to Cavanagh'a cab-l-a. Vt'etherfnrd urges Cavanagh t marry Lee. smallpox attacks Wetherford. Gregg accuses Cavanagh of harboring? a convict. Llze volunteers to nurse Wetherford. Dunn, an Informer, accuses of iirdcrlnjrthsheep Jierdera, CHAPTER XX. Cav-ana- foolUh. s. wrrn the aid or the rmss. VIRGINIA, was now living; and 1EE romance stranger she more startling than any had ever read. In Imagination she was. ble to look bnck and down upon the Fork us If she bad been carried Into Bother world a world that was at see primeval, yet peaceful; a work! of dreaming trees, singing streama and silent peaks; a realm in which law and order reigned, maintained by one determined young man whose power was derived from the president himself. Sue felt safe entirely safe for Just across the roaring mountain torrent the two intrepid guardians of the forest were encamped. One of them, k is true, came of Swedish parentage, and the other was a native of England, but they were both American In the high sense of being loyal to the federal will, and she trusted them more unquestlonlugly than any other men in all that west save only She had no doubt there were there equally loyal, equally to be trusted, but she did not know them. She rose to a complete understanding of Cavanagb's love for "the high country and bis enthusiasm for the cause, a cause which wub able to bring together the student from Yale and the graduates of Bergen and of Oxford and make them comrades la preserving the trees and strvums of the mountain states against the encroachments of some of their own who were oeuly, sburtsightedly and cynically bent upou destruction, pollution and misuse. She had listened to the talk of the forester and the supervisor, and she had learned from them that Cavanagh was sure of swift advancement now that he had shown bis courage and kls skill, and the thought that he might leave the state to take charge f another forest brought her some aneaslness, for she and Llze bad planned to go to Sulphur City. She had consented to this because It still left lo ber the possibility of occasionally seeing or hearing from Cavanagh. But the thought that he might go away altogether took some of the music out of the sound of the stream and made the future vaguely sad. For the next two days Cavanagh slept but little, for his patient grew steadily worse. Ah the flame of his fever mounted. Wetherford pleaded for air. The ranger threw opcu the moors, admitting freely the cool, sweet mountalu wind, "lie might as well die of a draft as smother, was his thought, ami 1y the use of cold cloths M tried to allay the Itchlug and the twin. With the coming of the third night Wetherford wus unconscious and to any one who had known him In the days of "the free range. He was going an the wild west Was going, discredited, ulcerated, poisoned. Incnpable of rebirth, yet carry sag something fine to bis grave. He had acted the part of s brave man; thai nhall be said of him. He bad (one to the rescue of the poor Basque Instinctively, with the same reckless disregard of consequence to himself which marked his chararter when a cow boss on the range be bad set Red-fieldtl-sen- s, "iva had it." "Quite right." retorted Hartley this sheep herder killlng-mer- ely "They say smallpox has as a reporter," he added, with a fleet- promptly.terrors, but when you're eight ing smile. "Did you know old man lost Its trail from a doctor or a boars' Dunn of Deer Creek had committed hospital bard still what I'd call a forIt's solctder However, Cavanagb's Cavanagh started and his face set. midable enemy. Immune, so be says." "Nor "We don't know that." Lee said, "Tbey found blm shot through the together In seek and dying this morning. As be and ber hands came you a doctor?" a was gasping bis last breath be said, paam of fear. "Are "No; I'm only a newspaper man. but The ranger knows.' and when tbey asked, 'What rungcrT be said. Cava- Ire bad a lot of experience with nagh.' When I beard that I jumped a plagues of all sorts had the yellow typhoid In horse and beat 'em all over here. Ia fever In Porto Rico and tbe Did be tell you who the South Africa: that's why I'm out here this true? rlcochettlng over the bills. But who murderers are?" Cavanagh did not answer at once. are you. may I ask? You look like the By MILDRED QOODRIDOE. be said to Lee "You've given me a Bright, questioning eyes; eager, wellovely afternoon." Leo Virginia was all too Ignorant of coming Hps; a fair, expectant faco, to his tho ways of rcorters to resent bis met Alan Wayno as ho returned aftor nolo taking, and sho accepted bis modest homo In Oranlham band, believing him to be a slncero four days' Journey. year, Thoy hnd been married only admirer of her ranger "What are you and If you hnd asked tho townspeople going to do?" sho asked. pro"I'm going back to Sulphur to spread regarding thorn thoy would havo in nounced them tho happiest couplo the report of Cavanagb's quarantine." many this was a marAgain that meaning smile. "I don't tho district. To vel, however, for whllo Alan was a want any other newspaper men mixed practical, senslbtn young man of modop In my game. I'm Lonesome Ned In est ambitions, Jcsslo had been known stunts like this, nnd I hope If they do as a bright, restless butterfly of a girl. come up you'll bo Judiciously silent Her llfo had been ono gay round of Ooodby." parties, dances and other social enjoyments. Sho loved dross and disCHAPTER XXI. play, and many had predicted that she WKTitr.nrortD passm on. could never settle down Into tho commonplaco dreariness of a poor after the reporter left called to Swenson: "The man's wife. Her strong lovo for Alan, however, mau can't last through such night as last was the balnnco wheel that saved hor. night was. and I wish you would per- Ho seemed to know Just how to mnn-ag- o her fantnales and follies. Thcro suade Mrs Wetherford nnd ber daughter to return to the valley. They can still lingered In her mind a longing do nothing here absolutely notklc. for tho bright baubles of life, but she was growing to valun Aran's devoted rieaite say that" greatest pearl of price. Sweuon repented his commands lorn as the "Oh. Alan!" exclaimed Jessie In her with all tho emphasis bo could give pretty. Impetuous way aa sho lod him them, but neither Uze nor ico would Into tho cozy little parlor, hor loving consent to go. "It would lie heathen- arms about him "what nows, dear!" ish to leave blm alone In this lonesome "Tho very beat, to my way of thinkhole," protested Uze. ing." replied Alan cheerily. "You "I shall stay till bo Is free," sdded with uneasy heart sbo Lee. And crossed tho bridge snd walked on and on toward tbe cabin (III she was close nougb to detect tbo lines of care on ber lover's haggard fare. '8topr' be called sharply. "Keep away! Why don't you obey me? Why don't you go bnck to the valleyr "Because I will not leave you alone 1 can't! Please let mo stay!" "I beg of yon go bock." Tbe roar of tbe stream made It necessary to sMak loudly, and be could not put Into his voice the tenderness he felt at tho moment, but his faco was knotted with pain as be asked. "Don't you see you add to my uneasl-es- s my pain?" "We're so anxious about you." sho answered "It seems as though we should be doing something to help you." lie understood and was grateful for the tenderness wblcb brought her so Dear to blm, but be was forced to be alting ber bsro and of advanchig Ught and civilisation by the mars motion of bis band. Bbs liked blm aud grsw more and mors willing to communicate, and be, perceiving in ber something unusual, lingered on. questioning. Then be rose. "I must be going," HER EXCITABLE MIND that Ernest la going to become great artist I have planned It all out Our ssvlnss will Jaat carry SOON them through college. Ob, how glad I am I gave up all my old, vain, nottonsl" Alan was doubly glad. But then came a terrlblo disaster. It was by Alan coming home one noon to find Jessie waiting for him with a blood I oss faco and shattered nerves. "Alan I" sho gasped. "We are ruined!" Ho looked nt hor high state of excitement Hor question puxzlod him. "You meat.?" ho asked. 'Tho bank oh, Allan, all our savings gonnl The Grantham bank haa failed, tho cashlor has tied and they say thcro will be nothing for tho depositors out of tho wreck." A relative had brought the direful news, soon verified. It waa a dismal scene as Allen and Ernest came Into tho house, with their mother on the ergo of a collapso. "Don't worry, dear mother," said gcntln Alice. "I can earn tbe rest of my education." can "And any nmbltlous fellow work his way fhrough college" declared Ernest bravely, "Where Is your father?" Inquired Mrs. Wayne suddenly, noticing the absence of her husband. I "I am coming, dear," announced ' Alan In a cheery tone, tbe room. "I havo been upstairs overhauling that old chest of mine to find something I hid there sixteen years ago." He held In his hand the ease be had secreted that oventfal night when he bad returned from his visit to his uncle. "And now, Jessie," he said, "I want you to compose that excitable ml. d of yours while I tell you tbe story or a loving husband who waa afraid that If he catered to the lively fancies of an Inexperienced wife, It might lead to extravagance and doraestU rain." "You must mean me," half smiled Jessie, "although I do not twderstaod how." ,I "Yes, you are the subject-o- k, stern. "There Is nothing you can do nothing more than you are doing. It helps me to know that you are here, but you must not cross tbe bridge. Please go back!' There was pleading as well aa command In his voice, and with a realization of tbe passion bis voice conveyed she retraced ber steps, her heart beating quickly with tbe Joy rose of Sharon." He was like a man caught on a sway"My name la Lee Wetherford." sho ing bridge, and bis Bret Instinct was for to catch the swing to get bis balance. answered, with childish directness, In tho "Walt a minute. What is It all to there was something compelling man's voice and eyes. "And this Is your my mother." Sho Indicated Llxe. who Again that peculiar grin lighted th man's dark, unwholesome face. was approaching. small "You are not out here for your "It's a fine detective stunt, and. behealth." be stated, rather thoughtfulsides. It means U per column and ly. "How happetis It you're here?" I can't wait: you mebbe a 'boost.' "1 was born here In tbo Fork." can't wait. It's up to us to strike His face remained expressionless. now. If these men knew you have their names they'd hike for Texas or "I don't believe It. Can such maidens But the high seas. Come tiow Everybody come out of Roaring Fork? Nit! you don't meun that. What are tells me you're one of these Idealistic highbrow rangers who care more for doing up here In this wlldernessr Llze took a purl In the conversation. the west than most $-1 I the future of natural born westerners. What's your plan? If you'll yoke up with me we'll run these devils Into the earth and win great fame and you'll be doing the whole country a service." The ranger studied the small figure before him with penetrating gaze. There was deliberate fearlessness In the stranger's face und eyes. and. notwithstanding his culm, almost languid movement, restless energy could b I detected In his voice. "What Is your plan?" the ranger asked. "(Jet ourselves deputized by tbe court and Jump these men before they realize that there's anything doing. They count the whole country on tbelr They've side, but they're mistaken outdone themselves this time, and a tremendous reaction has set lu. Everybody knows you've held un even hand over these wiirrlug I'icts and Scots, and. tho court will be glad to deputize you to bring them to Justice. The old sheriff Is paralyzed. Everybody knows that the assassins are prominent cattle ranchers, aud yet no one darea more. It's up to you fellows, who represent law and order, to act quick." Cavanagh followed him with complete comprehension, and a deslro to carry out the plan seized upon htm. "I'd do It If 1 could." he said, "but It happens 1 am nurslug u sick man. I am perhaps ulreudy exposed to tho aame disease. I cuu't leave here for a week or mure. It would nut bo right for me to oxprse others" "Don't worry about that. Take a hot bath, fumigate your clothing, shave your head. I'll tlx you up. and I'll get some one to tuke your place." CaUhlng sight of Swenson and Llze on the bridge, he usked: "Who are those people? Can't tbey take your nnrvlng Job?" "No," answered Cavanagh bluntly "It's no use. I can't Join you In this, at least not now" "But you'll give me tbo names which Dunn gave you?" "No; I can't do that. I shnll tell the supervisor, and he can act as he sees fit For tbo present I'm locked up here." The other man looked the disappointment he felt. "I'm sorry you don't feel like opening np. You know lumbered up. --That's me." he repIled-"8berlHolmes. Vldocq. all rolled Into one." "My mother." again volunteered Lee. Hartley's eyes expressed Incredulity, but be did not put bis feelings Into words, for be perceived In Uze a type with which be wus entirely familiar oue to be bundled with care. "What are you two women doing here? Aro you related to oue of these rangers?" Uze reseuted this. "You're usklng a good many questlous, Mr. Man." "That's my trade," was the unabashed reply, "aud I'm not so old but that I can rise to u romantic situation." Thereupon be dropped all direct Interroatitm and with un ulr of candor told the story of tils mission. Llze, entirely sympathetic, lullcd him lo lunch, uud be wus soon In possesion of their story, eveu to the tender relationship between Lee Virginia aud the plaguo besieged forest rauger, "We're uot so uiigbtlly disinterested." he said, referring to lib pjper. "The Roundup represents the new west lu part, but to us the new west tmuiis opportunity to loot water sites and pile up unearned Increment. Oh. yes, wore 011 the side or the (mil aud alfalfa glower, because It pays. If the boss of my paper happened to be lu the sheep business, us Seuator Blank While is. we would sing u different tune, or If I weie a cuugressmuii a district of cattlemen I'd be very slow about helping to build up any sysiem that would make me pay for my grass. As it Is. I'm commissioned to make It hot for the ranchers that killed those dagoes, and I'm going to do It. If this country had u man like Cavanngh for sheriff we'd have the murderer In two duys He knows who the butchers are. and I'd But lie's nailed down like his help here, uud there's no hope of his got-- I ting away. A few men like him could . civilize this country " I Thereupon he drew from threp pairs of lips Mntcmi'iit of the kind of man I Ross Ciivruinrti was, but nmt signifi cant of nil were the few words nf the girl, to whom this mnn of the pnjl and pencil was a magician, capable of ex ock I 11 "Another Inspectorr she asked as she wblcb his words conveyed. At sunset Redfleld returned, bringing with him medicine, but no nurse. "Nobody will come up here," bo said "I reckon Ross Is doomed to fight It out alone. The solitude, tbe long trail, scares the bravest of them away. I tried and tried no use. Eleanor would have come, of course demanded to come but I would not permit thaL She commissioned me to bring yon both down to tbe ranch." Lee Virginia thanked blm, but reiterated her wish to stay until all possible danger to Cavanagh was over. Redfleld crossed tbe bridge and laid tbe medicines down outside tbe door. "The nurse from Sulphur refused to come when sbo found that ber patient was In a mountalu cabin. I'm sorry, old man. I did the best I could" "Never mind." replied Cavanagh. "I'm still free from any touch of fever. I'm tired, of course, but good for another night of IL My main anxiety concerns Lee. Get ber to go home with you If you can." "I'll do the best I can," responded Redtleld. "ut meanwhile you must not think of getting out of the forest I have some cheering news service. for you. Tbe president has put a good man Into the chiefs place." Cavauugh's face lighted up. "That'll help some." he exclaimed. "But who'a the man?" Redilcld named him. "He was a student under the chief, and tbo chief says he's all right, which satisfies mo. Furthermore, he's u real forester aud uot a Mlltlcal Jobber or a corporation attorney." "That's good." repeated Cavanagh. "and jet." he said gatlly. "It leaves tho chief out Just the same." He'a "No; the chief Is not out. where he can light fur the Idea to better advantage than wheti he was u subordinate under another man. Anyhow, he usks us all lo Hue up for the us. The work, work uud uot to mind 111 any man. Ilia Here's that resignation of yours." ho said. tukliiK t'avanagh's letter from bit pocket. "I didn't put It on file. What shall I do with Throw It to me." said Cavanagh be says, is bigger 11 Itr rurtly. Redlleld tossed It over the hitching pole, and Ross took It up. lookid nt It for u moment in silence, then tore It Into bits and threw It on tbe ground. "What nro your orders. Mr. Supervisor?" ho asked, with a faint, quizzical smile u round his uvea. (To bo continued.) Doctor: nn t k and sco "Mrs. Drown lias sent for her boy, and I must go at onco." His Wlfo: "What is tho matter witli tho boy?" Doctor: "I don't know, but Mrs Hrown lias a book on 'What to Do Iltifoio tho Doctor Comes,' and I must hurry up boforo sho docs it." Puck. true, must , say the heroine ad real heroine, Indeed of my story," replied Alan. And then and there he told tt. Aside from the house aad lot. kls good uncle had quietly handed him a case containing tho Jewels belonging to dead Aunt Beulah. Jessie waa the only bride In the fatally, be had explained, and she should have them. Then Alan opened the dusty, time-wor-n case to rsToal gems that biased forth a richness way np Into the thousands. urrowsd Down lato the Chest. For a moment Jessie stood transeyes sparkling know Uncle Dallas la going abroad fixed, fascinated, ber to die. He called all the relatives to with a woman's natural delight over gems. Then she realised give away what hs would havo willed the radiant what they meant. Tbelr treasured to them." bad "Yes, yes; you told me; and h savings, tbe price of an education, vanished, but what a sure gav yon?" "A pretty house with five acres of Sho turned from the glittering disland In Linden. Think of It! All clear nf InrnmhrancA. all our own. and play, her arms extended towards has- I have looked around that town and' aad. daughter and son. Oh. they are grand!" she sobbed found that I can get a position there eveu belter than the one here. Are out in gladsome joy, "hut here are ray real Jewels!" you not delighted?" (Coprrlsht, lilt, by W. O. CTnapmaa.) "Yes. of course," declared Jeasle hurriedly," but tell me all those beautiful dresses that once belonged WHEN A LION REALLY ROARS to Aunt neulahT" "I fancy they were given to her sis Big Game Huntsr Tails of ths Rsslty ter," explained Alan. "Tou see, ahc Effect Produced on Rtmarfcabl had the closest claim." ths Llstsnar. "Oh, dear! They might have Bent me some of that raro old lace. How "In a rough country, or one otherI would have valued it! Or one ol wise favorable to the method, a pack those diamond rings there were ac of lions will often deliberately drive many of thorn," pouted Jessie In real game Into narrow ravines or disappointment. where the killers are waiting." "All the lace In the world could nol says a big game hunter of Internaequal that pretty gown you wear, tional reputation. "At such times the which you made yourself," declared man favored by the chance of an enAlan gallantly," and as to diamonds campment within five mllea or so can your bright eyea outshine the rarest bear a lion's roar. Otherwise I doubt of them." It he Is apt often to get the The shadow lifted from Jessle'i genuine article. face like a summer cloud. "The peculiar questing cough of "Tou dear, grand old loverl" shf early evening Is rosonant aad deep In cooed, snuggling closer to him. "I vibration, but It la a call rather tbar am wicked to ever dream of being dis- a roar. No lion la foolish enough t satisfied." and for the time being Jes- make a noise when he la stalking.' sie forgot everything except tho great Then afterward, when fully fed, Indilove that Irradiated her life. viduals may give voice a fow times Many a time later she thought ol but only a tew times In sheer satisdiamonds, and faction, apparently, at being well fed. the dresses and tbo Alan knew that she thought of them, The menagerie roar at feeding time, but as the recollection faded away be formidable aa It sounds within tbe felt that he had achloved a groat vic- echoing walls, la only a mild and gentory. Late tbe night of his return he tle bint. went up to tho attic and unlocked an "But when seven or eight lions roar old chest containing somo of bit merely to seohow much nolso they can books and private papers. He drew make, as when driving game or tryfrom his pocket a long, flat case, bur ing to stampodo your oxen on a. wagrowed down Into tho chest and burled on trip tho effect Is something treIt far out of sight. mendous. Tho very substnncu of tbo "It Is best," bo said, with detorml ground vibrates; tho air shakes. I nation, but tenderly, "It Is bost until ran only comparo It to the offect of a tho dear llttlo woman grows oldei very large, deep organ In a very small and wiser." church. Thorn Ib something genuineJessie grew wiser. Indeed, aa time ly nbout It; and when wont on. When tho first golden hali d the repented volleys rurabto Into Allco, came Into tho fain chorub. little ono can Imagtno the veldt tly fold, It seemed aa though It crouched In a rigid terror that shall changed tho fond mother and wife endure." IfMia I Qlm . manall w.u uiafiii.niii . ti u wna nnna Iha dainty and bright, only she lavished Rsal Name of First Woman. all her care upon tbe llttlo one. Tbe It you turn to Oenesla Y. X, you gewgaws of llfo wore nothing to this one household Jewel, and Aran was will find that "malo and female proud and pleased to see the dainty created ho thum, and blessed them, eleganco of tbo mother transferred to nd calleJ tnul'' names Adam." Few Davo noticed that at the first Instltn- the child. Two years later baby Erneet Join- - Uou ot marriage, by dlvino appotat- woman simply took the trl th haDnv circle. Then were the won. bost yeara of living for Jeasle and name ot ber husband, as Is still ths Alan. Tbe husband held only an or caao. Both tbo man aad his wife dlnary position, but they bad no bouse were called Adam. In Uenoals, in. rent to pay and Jessie Jealously 10, we are told that "Adam called e kls wife Kve," (aa a pet same I) guarded tho Income. she waa the mother of all Irv"You are getting to be a grasping, hoarding miser," laughed Alan one ing.". The writer, Moses, daecrlblaj day; "Nearly twelvo hundred 'dollars the fact long afterwards, adds the In bank and you save the pennies aa reason for the name, because la those days, aa for centuries after, naaaes though they wore gold dollars."' "For the sake of the children, dear," meant something, and were not In the haphazard ridlcalsas explained Mrs. Wayne. "See how Alice la doing In music, and I know manner of the present day. replace-placement! full-voice"bo-oaus- OctolxT 33 1913. I'llE CITIZEN Page bevea WERE THE LIMIT Ille- A Corner for Women VERSE TOR THIS WEEK. Thou ni l Ho, who, never weary, Watchest wlicro Thy pcoplo bo. Ti e Children's Hour RHYMES TOR THE LITTLE FOLK. I'rssy-ca- t, pussy-ca- t, The Young People STRANGE RECOVERY OF TWO NAMES In the 8lxtetnth Century It Waa gal In England to Have Mora BOY Than On Cognomen. SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door John Edmcston. ABOUT SEW1NO Where havo you been? I've been to London To look at tho Queen. Pussy-cat sort of pity for the poor woman who is utterly dependent upYou feel a pussy-ca- t, on someone olso for every stitch of which must he dnno. The woiniin who can sow knows thai then; is a peculiar pleasure In being alilo to errata n Kanncnl, and tlio satisfaction which comes from! garment pland wearing a ned by your own brain and made by your own bands, Is very great. Hero is a cnlrchlsm in sewing I'hich tho writer found somcwhero Just wlicro she does not remember -- which may help your child when .she is learning to sew. What two thiiiKs arc necessary when you sit down to sew? Clean hand and clean nails. What articles do you need? Needle, thread, thimble and emery. How many kinds of stitches are inro In plain sewing? Seven. Overhandlng, What arc they? running, hemming, nacRsincning, gathering, overcasting, buttonhole. What number thread do you use in ordinary plain sowing? Number woll-fltle- I What did you do there? frightened n liltlo mouso Under her chair. asked me, Tho man in tho wilderness How many strawberries grew in tho sea? I answered him as I thought good, As many as red herrings grow In tho wood. If nil tho world wcro applo-pi- c, And all tho sea wcro ink, And all (ho trees wero bread and nheese, What should wo have for drink? OUR BIRDS Mrs. Lonis 0. Hopkins. You can still hoar our Held larks What number needle? Number 8. What number thread in making ordinary buttonholes? Number AO. How long a thread do you uso in your needlo? As long as from tho middle finger (o the elbow. In threading a needle which end of the thread do you use? Tho end that comes first from tho spool. What is tho rule about a knot? One simple rulo must no'cr bo forgot: hide like a secret each little knot. Of what uso is an emery? To make tho needle run easier. In what direction should you sew? From the right hand toward tho left hand. What is tho rule for holding (ho work? Work (0 tho eyes, not eyes to tho work. HOUSEHOLD HINTS in the morning saying just the same thing they said last spring: "Sec, I am hero" or "Spring o' tho year" with a curved glide in tho Inst word. The larks are now in groups of a do;en or more. Who can tell us where or when thoy go from Hcrea? The dainty Carolina Wren sings so loudly nt sunriso "sweeter, sweeter, sweeter" but If in a hurry the accent is changed and the song says "Marie Marie, Marie." Often an echo song antipbonal conies' from a distant throat. Listen to that I MR. SPECKLE Ono spring morning a liltlo baby trout woke up. His bed was a hole in tho sand at tho bottom of a , To save limo and strength when washing clothes, gel a scrub brush with stiff bristles to rub the badly Milled collar bauds, hems or other stains. Lay the cloth smoothly on the wash board, wet the brush, rub it acrojs a bar of oap, then scrub the garment with hort strokes of the brush. Cleveland Press. mud-splash- ed A simple, hut effective recipe for removing grass stains from white aoods is to moisten the spot with ream of tartar, then wash the garment in (ho usual way. OUR RECIPE Swoot Potato Pudding. Gralo thrco sweet potatoes of medium siic. Adil tfiren eggs (reserve ono white, for meringue), one and cupfuls of sugar, ono cupone-ha- lf ful of sveet milk, butler tho siro of an egg and a little salt. Mix well, and put in greased pudding-discook until brown; stir, return to oven, and brown again. Make a and ono of tho lahlespoonful of sugar; and brown slighlly. I). V, South Carolina in and Fireside. h, iio egg-wbi- to Assured Loneliness Thcre Is no loneliness so deep and o suro as that of tho person who docs nothing for others. Tho good neighbor is novcr lonely. Tho good Samaritan was not lonely even when ho was far from home on tho road to Jericho. Lovo is novcr lonely for lovo searches out others and learns thoir needs and supplies them. It Is only ho who thinks chiefly of himself and his own interests who is suro to bo lonely, oven in tho midst of teeming llto. Let us mako Mr. Jnwetfs prayer our own: "Delivor mo from tho loneliness of sclflsh-noss- ." S. 8. Times. WILLING TO TAKE A CHANCE. "Aint you rather young to bo loft in chargo of n drug-storo"Perhaps so, ma'am; what can I do for you?" "Do your employers know It's dan Koroiia to Icavo a moro hoy llkoyou in charge of such a place?" "I am competent to servo you madam, If you wilt stato your wants." Don't thoy know you might poison 801110 ono?" "There Is no danger of that, madam; what can I do for you?" "I think I had bolter go 4o tho sloro down tho street." "I can servo you Just as well ai thoy can, and as cheaply." "Well, you may givo mo n two-cestamp, but It doesn't look right." Houston Post. ?" nt brook. Tho little trout poked bis noso out of the sand and looked around lo seo who would givo him somo breakfast. His mother hail gnno far down to the big lake, so he had to find a breakfast for himself. He hid in the shadow of a pecble, for he was only a tiny bit of a fish. Soon he saw a uico fat worm go wiggling through tho water. Quick as could he he swallowed it and was all ready for another. For several weeks the little trout ate bugs and worms, and played with his brothers and sisters. All the time ho was growing. By the time lie was three or four inches long, the little trout thought ho was old enough to go on a Journey and see something of the world. So he started down tho brook. Whenever he reached a sunny pool he would stop and swim about, his pretty scales shilling in the bright light. He liked (o play in tlio sunny pools, because he knew (hat (he light would make his coat bright and speckled. Hy and by tho trout found his way out into tho lake. Everything was so new and strange that he was afraid at llrst. Hut he soon found bis way about as well as any fish that had lived in tlio brook and tho lake for years. Hero he Kept on growing, and pretty soon he looked liko a real grown-u- p trout. His sides were bright yellow, his back was dark, and below be was as shiny as silver. Between tho dark hack and light part below, ho hail a row of small red dots. Now ho was a very pretty lish and he was as proud of his Hue looks ns could be. Hut, as so often happens with proud people, Mr. Spccklo's fine looks got him into (rouble Ono day ho was Jumping clear out of die water, in a brook near tho lake, to show his friends how brightly his scales glistened in the sunlight. Alas for Mr. Speckle. It was Saturday and two boys wero out with their hooks and lines, fishing. As soon as they saw tho foolish trout they dropped thoir linos into (ho water. All Mr. Specklo saw was a fly. Of courso ho nibbled It and was caught. Ho was cooked and eaten for breakfast next morning and that was tho end of tho little trout. GIRLSI It la as exception nowadays to coma Letter of Sympathy From Walter across a person with only on Jehneon, Noted Pitcher, Works Christian name, Loadon Answers obMiracle With Washington Lad. serves. High or low can hava a Warren A. Slee, thirteen yuani old, string of middle names If they so delax alck for week, and, according to sire, although the majority stick U a Waehlnttoa dlepatch, physlclana but two Christian names. In the sixteenth century, however, said they did not think he would Then the lad went Into delir- middle names were Illegal In England, ium and talked ot Walter Johnson, the and, In accordance with the strictness "epeed klnt" among the pitcher of of that period, no Infraction of the law the American league. He had been waa admitted. Royalty were the only privileged the bojr'a Idol, tho man of men boforo whom thla lad had stood secretly In persona lo this respect It they really awe, and when the mind waa free the wished to possess a middle name the law relaxed Ita severity and granted Idol of hla worship ipoke to him. When the team came back to Wash- thoir request; but woe to the ordinary ington from Its western trip, a mem- commoner who exercised his own auber of the bojr'a family had Intuitive thority and gave unto himself more eon Be enough to seek out the pitcher than two appellations. The whipping post waa hla punishand tell him what the doctors eald. Naturally Mr. Johnson wanted to go ment for the drat offenso. And should to the boy's bedside, but the physl-clan- a hla boaatfulness exceed his temerity aald no, that the excitement a more lasting punishment corrected his second lapse the modlaeval cuswould be fatal. or 80 he wrote this letter, and It wna tom of removal of his thumbs read to the boy In an Interval of de- ear. Undoubtedly full nomenclature has lirium: "My Dear Warren I take pleasure boon of great uao In the legal world. In lending you herewith one of the "John Jones" abounda by the hunbaseballs used on our western trip, dred!, but John "Slegmund" jonos, for and hope that you will soon havo tho Instance, stands a better chance or opportunity of using It with your correct Identification and ot establishing bis Identity. friends." I'llls, powders and surgery had failed, but an Idol worked another MAGNETIC GAME FOR PARLOR miracle. Aa If touched by the gods ot old, there waa aa Immediate change Basketball May Be Played Upon Table for tho better, and within a remarkWith Two Upright 8crens, ably short apace of time the boy left a Ball and Bats. the hospital and was able to use the baseball. The primitive mind had A parlor came ot basketball played been allowed to work. upon a table with two upright Many noted writers bavo tried In screens, a ball and bats, la the subject vain to describe the psychology of of a patent Issued to Ixnora H. Jones, miracles auch aa these, remarka the Sedgwick, Kansas. Kipling New York Sun. and hla The bah In constructed ot magnetiz"Brushwood noy," Kenneth Qrahamo able material, while the bat, called a and his "fJolden Age," have essayed tong, contains a permanent magnet, to explain the mind of boy, but It can as shown, with a handle. not bo done. All that we know Is. The object of the game Is to pick as Thackeray says, that cvory boy at up tho playing ball with the tong a stage In hla life has some Idol. Of through the magnetic action and decourso, the Idols change, eventually liver It with a quick Jerking motion becoming feminine. Yet If our learn- Into the basket, aa shown, at the left ed upllftera would seek to learn the of the party tn play, says the Popular name or nature of each boy's Idol, Electricity. This Is done only by the and work through It, Instruction In player standing next to tho basket; moral hygiene and eugenics would the other player or players on the obsolete. That way progress It can Ilea. If an Idol can aavo a life do other things, for It represents the boy's ambition at Its best and roost r. bo-co- Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- g Training that adds to your power, combined with general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commer-cla- l. FOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking--, CooldHg, Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and givo chance for moat rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course tst For those who aro not expecting to teach and who are not going thru College, but desire more general education. This is just the thing for those preparing for medical studies or other professions without a college courso. It also gives the general education for thoso who wish a good Btart in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to kecpright on in their course of study. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory 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. linpreaatonable period. And what matter the form tho Idol taken! It may be, as It often la, a locomotive engineer, a drum major, a baseball pitcher; through tho hero worahlp of these exalted beings the boy's salvation Ilea. Text books on biology were never Intended for the primitive mind. BALLOON-SUPPORTED ' SWING Magnetic Basketball. same side simply pass tho ball along the table with a light tap of tho tong. The opponent attempts to prevent a This Ingenious swing, recently pat- player from scoring by guarding tho ented In Kngland and Germany, has a basket and by knocVIng the ball from car ausponded from two balloons, his opponent's tong by lightly strikwhich are held captive by ropes fas- - ing tho lattor on tho top with hla own. Each playing ball delivered tn the basket may count two points and the first aide scoring ten points shall be the winner In the game and the side first winning five games shall be the final winner. Ingenious Device, Patented In England and Germany, Has Car Suspended From Huge Bags. fit e SOMETHING TO THINK OVER One Who Thinks He Thinks What He la Not and Is What He Really Thinks He la One Result BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with g institution. It requires certain its affiliated schools, is not a foes, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students coma from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berca live in College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except in winter it it expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay 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 GO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This 13 paid but once, and is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 and $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental feo and room rent by the term, board by tho half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM money-makin- VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION hCIIOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLLEGE Incidental Fee Room V Balloon-Supporte- A Swing, tened to anchors. The swinging motion Is produced by propellers fitted to tho car, and the car can move In curves within the same space Inclosed by the anchor ropes. To permit passengers to enter the oar, the balloons are pulled down by means ot the central cable, which Is wound up on a drum. In a talk to girls Sam Jones once said: "God Almighty has placed your mother hero whero alto could lako caro of you, and tho closer you stay 10 your mother tho safer you aro in this world. Don't drink wino. It takes a straight, sober girl to tako caro of herself. I know what I am talking nboul. Let that stuff alone." And, further: "Don't call your inotltor an old fogy. Somo of you girls sit nround and lot your mother do tho cooking and clean up tho house, while you sit upstairs and tako caro of your comploxlon. I'd rather havo a bad color and wait 011 my sweet mother, than to havo her drudging for mo wbilo I wore tho comploxlon of a Illy. Tako caro of your character and let your comploxlon go." Amen I Farm Journal. 8mallest Inhabited Island. The English Island on which the Eddyatone lighthouse stands Is the smallest Inhabited Island tn the world. At low water It Is thirty foet In diameter; at high water the lighthouse, whose diameter at the base Is 26 feet, completely covers It. It Is Inhabited by three persons. It lies nlnt miles oft the Cornish coast and four teen miles southwest of Plymouth breakwater. Klatholme, an Island Id the Drlstol channel, Is only a milt and a half In circumference, but, constating mostly of rich pasture land, supporta a farmhouse, besldea the lighthouse, with a revolving light lit feet above the sea. His Manifold Aspect Small Hoy Mummy, Is It really true that the devil baa horns and a club footT The Mothor Ah, my dear, sometimes the devil appears In the shape of a very handsome and charming young man. Small Boy (pityingly) Ob, mummyl you're thinking or Cupid. London It Is affirmed that you are what you think you are, says Life. If you think you are what you think believe you are you will naturally and think that you really think what you are. Hut If you only think what you are In truth you are more than likely to think and bellove that you only think you think what you are. It you think you are what you are not, then what you think Is not what you are, and what you are la not what you think, and what you are Is what you think you are not, and what you are not la not what you think you are not, but what you think you are. what you think you arc When la not what you think, you think you are what you think you are, while, as a matter ot cold and hard fact, you are what you are and not at all what you think you think you are. So, If you truly want to be what you think you are be suro and think only that you are Just what you rather than what you think. And then It must follow that It you think you are what you are. you are what you think you are. $ 5.00 5.60 $ 6.00 7.00 $ 7.00 7.00 Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept i0, 1913 Board 7 weeks, dut Oct 29, 1913 Total for term If paid in advance WINTER Incidental Feo Room 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 9.45 $23.15 9.45 $32.90 S20.00 TERM $ 5.00 $3l.40 $ 6.00 S32.40 $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 Board 6 weeks 6.00 9.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $20.00 Amount due Dec. 31, 1913 Board 6 weeks duo Feb. 11, 1914 9.00 Total for term If paid In advance $29.00 S28.50 S30.70 S3I.70 ar. Think It overl Afraid He Would Be a Qlri. "Tommy, my dear, what are yem crying fort" aald a lady to her little boy, who bad Just returned fro as "Uecauae the clergyman aaya that we must all be born again, and I am afraid I shall bo born a girl next time. This does not include tho dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Total Winter Sfring Fall $10.00 $36.00 $12.00 $14.00 Stenography and Typewriting 36.00 12.00 10.00 14.00 Bookkeeping (regular courso) .... 18.00 6.00 6.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) Business courso studies for students in other departments: 9.00 27.90 7.50 10.50 Stenography Typewriting, with ono hour's use 18.0 6.00 6.00 7.00 of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. 1.80 6.40 1.60 Arith., or Penmanship, each. . . 2.10 In no caso will special Business Foes exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at d Any Berca if there is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time In the public schools going over and over tho same things, when they might be Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies rlth some of tho best young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are above 16 year old, In good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neigh' bor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, Fall Term now in session. Hurry up! For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary. able-bodie- church. Panch. Teacher of Hygicno: "Why must we always bo careful to keep our homos clean and neat?" Littlo Olrl: "Because company may walk In at any moment. Judge. "Thoso shoos aro too narrow and too pointed," said tho stout man, who was having troublo In getting fitted. "O," said tho salesman blandly, "but thoy aro wearing narrow, pointed shoes this season." 'That may bo," said tho stout man gruffly, "but I am still wearing my last season's feci. Christian Register. D. WALTER MORTON, Berca, Ky. ff Pae' Eiulit THE CITIZEN II. Allen is moving his household goods to Haydcn, tnd. lloscoo Taylor and family of Dayton, 0., arc moving to tho Wm. McCowan farm y on Pond Creek, J. D. and Burl nro digging coal. Miss Martha Brewer is staying with Mrs. Annie Miss Suslo Watson and Brewer. Mrs. Sarah Davis visited their grandfather, Mr. M. Turner Monday. Rl-le- October 23, 1913. Sunday School at Hall's Chapel Sun- - THIRTY THOUSAND ACRES OF part of'tbo (fomnin of aomo of the EASTERN day.-Jo- hn KENTUCKY COAL great companies which with lliolr and Walker Barrett, for- -, LAND FOR ISO. millions of capital nro now opening merely of this place who now ro- -, it up to tho world and lomptlng sido near Beattyville, wcro shot. Tho former wns Instantly killed, tho lat- - Interesting Letter From Professor railroads to enter from nvory dlroo-tln- n Robertson, to break up tho seclusion and ter seems to bo Improving. D. O.i loneliness which lias in places exitrandcnburg has recently taken the' 'n U Library of Congress, at isted from tho dato of thai pamphlet agency for selling liandsomo skirl Tie Is tall Wo tr(i0!deee ptM'ihfd ! or this Washington, Is a rnro and Interesting to the present time. hti ot rood by the wttttt. pUltij. ra ami waist patterns for ladies UIU. Wilto it not tor imMlcttloa, but u t eUenc County.-T- ho Sulphur Spring choir pamphlet entitled "Observation on J. It. HoborUon. sang nl the homo of Sutton Mooro Emigration To tho United States of BaHey preached to a America, Illustrated by Original Sunday.-Il- ev. Kerbjr Knob. IT'S HARD SOMETIMES. so durable, and llicy nro not 90 REPAIR THAT LOOM. Korhy Knob, Oct. 1". Rev. Hacker large crowd nt lower school on Buf- - r'nrls." Tho author of llio pamphlet Factory poods nro now clicnpcr beautiful. William Savnge, of Yorkshlrothe To npologlzfl. TI10 rich people in cities have Idled his appointment at this place falo Sunday. Tho Misses Mnltlo and Ihnn homespun. Hut nil the samo section of Kngland from which tho To begin over. out, and Berea College Saturday and Sunday. Liltlo Lu- Flosslo Moore, Amnnda Branden- llicy arc not !o pood. They arc not found this going, nnd tho publlsh-Alph- a lwPto wcro To lake advice. has established n school for leach- ther Powell is seriously ill with ty- burg anil Klllo Stewart visited Mrs. ers aro Sherwood Necly nnd Jones of Wlllio Mooro Sundav. To bo uuselllsli. ing spinning ami weaving and an phoid fever. Oar Hays departed Paternoster Row. Tho dale of tho To admit error. selling the coverlets and this life Oct. 16th. Ho was taken Moore nnd Richard Mays were in pamphlet is 1810 agency for Just n few years To face a sneer. cloth and rugs nnd hangings Hint ferlously ill with typhoid fever nnd Lexington Saturday and Sunday- .U' sond war with Kngland. lived eighteen days. Kvcry effort llev. Slrycland preached an excel- To he charitable. can lie made at llio fireside. pamphlet, Is to olJcfil of To bo considerate. Mrs. Krnherg conducts this school was made for his recovery but all lent, sermon hero Thursday night. discourage the emigration of llio To euduro success. and aceucv in llio basement of in vain. He leaves a wife and four Arch Brandenburg Is nl Portsmouth Anglo-Saxo- n slock which wns taking success to The To keep on trying. Putnam Hall. She sells indigo and little daughters, a father, mother, this week.-M- uch largo numbers, "thousands P'ace in , To avoid mistakes. loom fixtures nnd Is glad to give several brothers and sisters, and n Citizen and its great number of thousands" heading mainly for To bo a clean man. atlvicu to women who aro weaving, host of friends to mourn his loss. readers. I Kentucky and "ramifying" other To obey conscience. or wishing to weave, in their own Ho was laid to rest in a small grave Sextons Creek. sections of the west. Tho nulhors yard near tho old home. Myrtle 'I'o keep out of a nil. homes. Sextons Creek, Oct. M. Born to "original farts" wre derived from To forgive and forget. Instead of sitting idle on the Click is spending a few days with boy. His emigrants who had relumed from Baker, a line To prollt by mistake. porch or by Hie fireside any enter- homo folks. She will go to Corbln. Mrs. Laura those who H. I). Cornell America disappointed, To III ink mul then act. prising lady can have her loom Ky., where she will do private nurs- name, is Chester. given a life sentence for were back on business and from the To despise undorhandednoaa. which will alTord her many happy ing for a few months. Rodie John-so- u who was friends and acquaintances, is planning (o spend the winter killing his wife, is trying for a now letters of To make the lxst of a lilllo. hours of artistic labor, and bring In the pamphlet may bo found Artie Murray is hearing. Mrs. ' To maintain n high standard. her many dollars for tho education with her grandparents at Indianap- Tiling her property here. She will described (lie dillleulties of the To shoulder deserved blamo. children and tho improve- olis and attend school there. of her go to Missouri to live with her journey to Kentucky from Baltimore To subdue an unruly temper. ment of her home. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. father.-M- rs. Vinie Clay is slowly where they landed ami wont inland To recognize tho silver lining. Mrs. Krnherg is now nblo to pay Disputanta. recovering. The regular monthly either by llio route down the Ohio To smile in the face of adversity from for really good Disputanta, Oct. 18. Born to Mr. meeting was held at Saddler Satur- - River or along the Wilderness Road, To accept Just rebuke gracofully. S5 to S7. and Mrs. Spencer Abney, a girl. Her day and Sunday. Large attendance, in either case a Journey beset with To value character abovo reputatrip six nnd name is Martha. Mrs. Oscar Chas-lee- n, Kvery one is pleased with the young dillleulties and dangers. Tho prostion. Prof. Pcnniman's PENNIMAN AND McHONE. who has been sick is'ablo 10 preacher, Mr. Pennington. Lincoln poets of the emigrant aro pictured To ilisrriininato between sham and years ago. Ho hopes ho may Citizen Readers Enthusiastic Big twelve be out again. Reuben Swinford was Sparks swapeil his large stallion in as gloomy colors as possible. Tho , real. years from now, but Meetings in Behalf of the Chil- make a trip 9ix irk a few days last week, but is for Kverett Sparks' gray saddle United Slates is represented as a Bui it alwajs pays. Everything everybody should hustlo to hear better. dren, the Schools and Frank Swinford of Bcrea horse, the latter giving 525 differ- - "magnet" for the disaffected in poll- him this year. Good. was visiting home folks this week. enee. James Fuzz Clarke sold his tics, the swindler, tho ruined Irades- He expects to ilnd some place to -- Several of the fanners of this llne saddle horse Robin for $220 to man, and the agriculturist with Prof. Penniman and Mr. McIIone locations place are sowing making quite a triumphal preach in the following wheat this fall. a man from Iowa. Mrs. Lula Burch, small capital nnd weighed down CINCINNATI MARKETS have been mentioned. Chester Thomas and James Shearer widow of Newton Burch. Is getting with taxes. The books recommond- lour among The Citizen subscribers. on the dates Friday, October 2Uh, Pinehill. went to Glass City to work. Mr. ready to send her four children to ing America as the land of freedom, Corn No. 2 whlto "OhHtlle, So. S Kverywhero Citizen readers are Saturday, October Kith, Sinks. I.engfellner of Berea was awarded Louisville lo Masonic Ornhan home. "Ilowing with milk and honey" and white "OMTOHc, No. 4 wlilte 68V40 at the front. And everywhere found C9V4C, No. 2 yellow 7014 W71c No. 3 Sunday and Monday, October 2Cth the contract of covering our school Mrs. Bob Wood is very sick nl wilh "luxuries without labor' arc yellow 7007014c. No. 4 yellow C9V4P teachers and preachers have given said to be written by interested per- 70'.c. No, 2 mixed "0tiff71e. No. 3 our traveling representatives a and 27lh, Livingston. Tuesday, October 28th, Hazol-pate- h. son who hac largo tracts of land mixed 70O70HC. No. 4 mlxol 6SV4tf hearty welcome. Mijc, while ear 73f7fic. jrollow ?r to sell. And this trip is encouraging our DO IT NOW mixed car 73(f75c. Wednesday, October 20th, Weaver. settlers were 73t7fic, No. 1 timothy I19O20, ttand- The prospective correspondents so that the news Is liny Thursday, October 30th, Pitts- When you've got a job to do, warned that the best land is al ard timothy I1S&19. No. Z timothy ever. brighter and belter than It doesn't pay to shirk-- Do Do it now I ready occupied and that thoso who Jl7fis, No. 3 timothy HGQ1C. No. I But the great thing has been tho burg. it now I Friday, October 31st, Bonham. , If it's ono you wish was through, go now will bo obliged to take land clover mixed $16 60C 17.&0, No. Z do visits at schoolhouses and the splenIf you want to 1111 a place. $14 G016.r,0, No. 1 cloror Do it now I Saturday, Nov. 1st, Lily. in the rugged hill country. The ver mixed clover $13. did meetings night after night in 15. No. 2 Monday, Nov. 2nd and If you're sure the job's your own And bo useful to the race, Sunday and lands when secured aro not accurschoolhouses and church houses Oats No. 2 white 42fH2ttc. itand-ar- d Jut get up and take a braco Just tackle it alone; ately surveyed, boundaries overlap along tho way. Many remember 3rd, Horcing. 41442c. No. 3 white 41041HC Do it howl Don't hem and haw and groan-- Do in most perplexing fashion, each No. 4 white 39(7 40c, No. 2 mixed 40H it now! purchase has to be defended by f41c. No. 3 mixed 40tf0Hc No. 4 mixed 38V4j39c. prayer meeting every Thursday For Representative. three or four law suits, the practice Wheat No. 2 red 93KO6c, No. 1 night at tho Baptist church. Bring Don't linger by the way-- Do GERMAN D. HOLLIDAY. of tho courts is lax ami rightful red 91 92c. No. 4 red 8391c your Bibles and lot us study to it now! Poultry Ileni, heaty, 14c; hent. heirs aro often deprived of tho land Judge Holliday of Bcrea is can- show ourselves approved. Rev. J. You'll lose if you delay-- Do llcht. 11012c: iprlncera. Urn 13c: that belongs to them. Representative from this W. Parsons will begin a revival at ...I..... . mM 16c; turrceyi, younx. didate for it now! flic social conditions are pioturcd 8 lb, and' ovor i9c. wajK o'ld, 110 County, and merits tho support of tho Durham Ridgo School house If the other fellows wait as graphically .as possible. Thero 19c: turkeys, light, 1617c; Reese, all patriotic voters, regardless of Sunday night, Oct. 26lh. Or postpone until it's lale, is the lonliness of the log cabin, ex- 7G10c. party. You hit up a faster gait-- Do Kst? Prime firsts posed to beasts or "suffocation from 27c, ordlnsry nrsts 28c. firsts seconds 23H24c. Clover Bottom. Tho Judge is a man of proved il now! smoke." Fevers arc frequent. Thero 18c. ability and public spirit. He is a butcher are no rivers, no roads, no markets Cattle Shippers. Clover Bottom, OcL 20. Died the lomperance man in practice as well for produce. Labor is scarce nnd can steers, extra $7J57.65, good to Hays. Ho leaves a as in principle. And he is acquaint- lGth Inst., Gar $(51.50. A series of meetpresent. Miss Julia Sparks and nnlv Do secured hv Having ro- - choice $6.257.25. commoi to fair girls and many house for ed with conditions in Kentucky in wife and four little ings were begun at Clear Creek Julia Spivy of this place attended source to that diabolical system, J4iSOC6. Mtett extrB $6.767. food . friends to mourn his loss. Tom fair choico 16.76&6.50. such a way that ho will be most church on the first Sunday of this the Teachers' Association at Wal- the purchase and employment of $4.5006: cows, extra common to iood $C(6.2S, useful in the work of tax adjustnut Grove, Owsley County, Satur- human beings!" Thero is no so- to choice 15.26if5.75, common t fair ment which should be taken up by canners, Ponder. They certainly have been day, and reported a good lime. ciety "even to quarrel wilh" as there $3.25f(6: Ilologna $30425. typhoid fever ami is very pooriy 1 5.25 CIO. Hulls itr our next legislature. family who have had a success, as shown by the addition Miss Cleo Bowman is visiting homo were only a few lawless hunters in JC.250C.35. fat bulls $6CJ6. H. N. Dean and folks. She will soon return to that section of the country. The members. of twenty-on- e Calves Kxtra $10.50, fair to Hood malarial fever, are some better at school at London. Our new mer- climate is changeable, emigrants $7.50010.25, common and Urge $4.25 Carico this writing. One of S. A. Englo's leaving chant, Charley Clay, is getling in n must renounce allegiance to their 4J9.75. Carico, Oct. 20. We are JACKSON COUNTY. children has typhoid. This is tho heavy $8.3608.46, Mors Selected full line of everything. His hauler, sovereign and finally they must exfourth 0110 of his family to bo our first snow here today. Messrs, Henry llowlelt, has broken tho Cap. Rood to choice packers and batcher Sand Slicer Myall, Garnctt and Slusher pect a civil war soon In como upon $8.4068.45. mixed iftckcra $SJO08.4O, Sand Gap, Oct. 10. N. J. Tuttlo stricken this fall. by hauling twenty-eigbun' them. stags $4.25r7, extra $7.1507.25. comfrom Paris, Ky., arc here on a fishand family returned Thursday from ing' excursion. They have caught died pounds of Hour with his two One of the "original facts" lo mon to choico heavy fat sows $4,609 Parrot. shippers $7.2 Irvine, where they have been visseveral. Born llio 17th Inst, two fine big mules recently purchased. II. illustrate the gloomy picture held 7.75. extra $7.S. IlKht iting relatives for a week. DrumParrot, Oct. 13. Married, October boys to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tussey. II. Bowman anil wife are planning before tho prospective Yorkshire 48.15; pigs (110 lbs and loss) $4.6 mers Mullins, Rader, McRight, Beas-le- y, 9th. Mis3 Lillio Hundley of Annvillo Mother and babes aro doing well. to go to Louisville in a few days on emigrant was tho case of a friend 07. Sheep Kxtra $4.2604.40. good to Barker and McWhorter passed to Mr. Samuel Nelson of this plac?. Bert Baker has Tho funeral of Aunt from lho village of Sclby in York choico $3.7504.25, common to fair $1 returned from business. through here last week. Miss Rhoda The brido is the daughter of Mr. and Hamilton, (). Tho liltlo son, Bill, of Rhoda Sparks, a well known Chris- shire. This man had emigrated. 03.60. Booa to We wish Lakes, her nephew, Roy Lakes and Mrs. George Hundley. Art McDaniel is very sick nt this tian of the ol.l Baptist church, was ,10U,,t lIlirly Ul0llganil acrc9 of ,aml chofc7,V50O6:90.ommon to fair $5 his sister, and Wm. Seaborn of them much success through life-- Bill writing.-- S. It. Roberts attended held at Cool Spring Sunday, Sept. , lho niol,nlas whcro u,cro were Baker of McKec was in this County Court at McKeo Monday. Loam were guests of Miss Minnie 2fUh. Elder James Anderson, Bowling no rivers, no roads, for a shilling Johnson Saturday night and Sun- vicinity Friday on business. Mrs. A. J. Tincher is planning to move and Wilson officiating. A largo nnd sixpence an acre. The land day. Mr. and Mrs. Green Isaacs of Cash Cornelius of Louisville, was to tho old residence of Aunt Coon crowd attended and enjoyed the RICHMOND CATTLE MARKET. Vns not good for cultivation. It daugh- visiting relatives of this place a few Wind Cave aro visiting their Prices of beef caltlo on foot ,rl Cole. Miss Mary Sumcrs was sermons. Services wcro held at tho had coal but labor was too dear to ter, Mrs. Edward Durham. Hiram days this week. Mrs. Robert Car-ma- thrown from a mule last week but "omo or Mr. James wood on bept. work it and thus the land was given Richmond at' last Court Day wcfjP Gray has recently purchased a and others of Isaacs were received no serious injuries. UlU whose daughter, Miss Klla up, part of it for tho nonpayment as follows: house and lot of Henry Hurst join- visiting Mrs. Carmack's daughter, nnd tic per lb. joined tho old Baptist church and of taxes nnd part for tho sum of Cows OWSLEY COUNTY. ing James Alumbaugh's farm, and is Mrs. Minnie McDowell, of this place per lb. was baptized tho following day in $ro. Butcher's stuff 5, 5 " Earneatville. moving into his new home. James Thursday. Mrs. W. M. Harris is on 5 and flc per lb. the presence of many friends. Stock heifers This pamphlet perhaps throws Karnestville, Oct. 12. Wo have Williams has just moved his mill tho sick list this week. G. I. Radcr 7c per lb. somo light on one way in which Feeders (extra) Clover Bottom to this placo of Annvillo was at this placo Wed- not had very much rain hero yet. from Anglo-Saxo- n Cow Creek. our population enmo and is setting it near tho Christian nesday on business. Adam Prico Water is still very scarce in pas- to locnto in the mountains nnd how "Is tho man your sister is going Cow Creek, Oct. 18. Wo have had Church and will soon bo ready lo has rheumatism and is unable to lures. Farmers aro just winding up they have failed to prollt by lis to marry rich?" grind. Rev. James Luns-for- d walk. Our school Superintendent,! their wheat and ryo sowing, while beautiful Indian Summer weather great saw and resources of coal. Perhaps . "Naw; overylimo tho marriago Is tho past week. John II. Gilbert of has just purchased a lot of Mr. J. J. Davis, visited our school ono, some have begun to gather corn. that thirty thousand acres of Eas- mentioned pa says, 'Poor maul'" Henry Cook near tho Christian day this week and gave an interest- Corn is very light hero, but somo South Fork died last Tuesday. Ho tern Kentucky coal land may bo Houston Post. church and expects to have a big ing talk. A series of meetings con- what belter than expected. J. V. had a stroke of paralysis Sunday shop erected on it next week. A ducted by tho Holiness pcopln clos- - Hartsock, who has been confined for and died Tuesday. Garmander Duff nays wim lypiiom was accidentally suoi lasi auutiay lot has been purchased of James eil last bunuay wiin a largo crown nnoui loriy-cigWilliams near tho school house on present. Phee Ilillard of Isaacs was fever, is out again. He spent lho nl llicelowu. Tho wound was only which a spoke factory is soon lo nl Ibis placo this week hauling logs day yesterday with S. A. Caudill a slight one in tho shoulder. llev bo set up. Wo aro very glad to seo ami preparing lo rnovo to his farmland family. Wo aro proud to seo Watson preached at F.sau last Sun so many Improvements coming to by the first of lho year. Thomas him out again. The County Super- - day afternoon on the text, "Vo must this place. Surely thero will bo Lakes nnd sister, Vina, of Isaacs vis- - intendent and tho County Supervis- - bo born again." John 3: 7. Mrs, no idle hands in Sand Gap after jted tho Misses Lucy and Rosa or of Public Schools visited S. A Klflin Reynolds of Eversolo died WHILE IT LASTS school nt Bradshaw last cenlly with cancer of tho breast. this. llev. James Lunsford was call- - Prico Saturday night and Sunday. cd.lo preach at tho funeral of Gar- - John Hurley of Carico passed thru Wednesday, nnd on Thursday Mr. (Tho peoplo havo been very busy field Hays last Friday. Wo extend this vicinity Thursday enhouto to Wiser visited tho School. Ho wns digging their potatoes and making our sympathy to lho bereaved wifo Welcbburg. Born to Mr. and Mrs. gathering facts concerning tho gen up molasses. Perry uabnaru, Jr., and children with all his friends John McDowell recently, a girl. Her oral condition In regard lo tho has returned homo from Frankforl, Red Top is the CHEAPEST GOOD ROOF. of schools, churches, Ky., where ho had been nt work. and relatives and hopo that his tin- - name is Nannie. No Painting or Patching every year. timely death may be a warning to railroads and all other things per- Tho Esau School boys of Indian FIRE INSURANCE costs less than any other roofing. Isaacs taining lo tho advancement of civil- Creek played tho Athenian College his relatives and all who know. ' No tar to run out, only high grade asphalt used in its him, to bo over ready for that sad Isaacs, Oct. 17. Wo aro having ization. Tboro will bo an entertain- boys of Cow Creek last Saturday, makeup. summons that must como to every very dry woalher at present. R. E. ment and box supper at Bradshaw Oct. 11th, winning by a scoro of 10 You can lay it in zero weather or in July It's never one Rev. James Lunsford closed Taylor has his new house nearly School District next Saturday even- lo 15. Oct. 17th, a second giuno was soft nor brittle, will not break. ing, for tho purpose of raising played, lho Esau boys winning by a week's revival today held at tho completed. L. F. Edwards is It is GUARANTEED by its manufacturers uho will give church, with five addi- - paring to build a now dwelling money to buy a library. a scoro of 2T lo 13. S. A. Gabbard you a new roof free of cost if it does not last five years. d. umpired tho first gamo and Jas. II. lions. The meetings have been well house Mr. Moses Edwards Is Sulphur Spring. Every sermon was very ing a new ham. Levi Purkoy nnd Sulphur Spring, Oct. 18. Clay Gabbard lho lust ono. Haydcn ReyInstructive nndvo feel much good John Wilson aro working for Wm. Crawford, Wm. Strong, II. W. Moore, nolds nnd family of near Ml. Sterhas been done. All enjoyed tho in- - Cunagim. Brack Cunagim of Docs, Clay Call, and Joel Brandenburg ling, Ky aro visiting homo folks passed thru hero with a lino drove at this placo and other points in structivo sermon by Rov. Pearl died recently. J. W. Davis has HENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager who stopped over Friday grippe but is improving some-ni-ght of about COO hogs for Upper Buffalo, Owsley County. John Frost, Jr., Tinshop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. 011 his way to fill his regular Martha Baldwin is sick with whcro they intend to herd them wont to Hazard last Thursday on Phone 7 or 187 at Korby Knob yestor- - monla. Vina McQueen visited rcla-da- y on lho mast. Chas. Bowman and business. Ho will return Sunday and today. Everybody como lo tlves at this placo Wednesday. D. Willio Mooro attended church and for his school Monday. East Kent u cky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else , bed-cove- rs ( ti0 tU5: ro-co- rd ht ck ni . $2.65 for $1.65 1 RED TOP ROOFING an build-attende- Berea School of Roofing