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Knowledge ii power and ttt way to keep up witk aodern knowledge it io read good newspaper. , tlie MoiontairL Feojole Ono Collar a Year. No. i7 Vol. XV. I'lvo Cents, copy. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, Letter From President Frost Doar Citizen Readers: I must tell you of my unexpected visit to Washington. I was hero to see Hit' parade for the unveiling of Hit; monument Iti Commodore; Hnrry. As Harry was an Irishman all the Irish societies wore hero in force. And there were liantls, and soldiers, ami cannon, ami n good speech hy the President in which he patriotism as real lovo for our anil willingness to servo them unseHlshly. Sunday I visited Prof, and Mrs. Mason In their heauliful home on "Friendship Heights." Just over tho lino iu Maryland. They lake Tho Citizen ami keep up with llcrcn news. Monday I saw the President strong and courageous as ever, and told Secretary llryau that his oak in llercn is still alivol And Washington has its Carnegie 1. Unary, and its great public schools, ami its Corcoran Picture (lallcry, and a thousand sights hesliles, in addition to the Capital, the White House, and the Washington Monument. The work on tho Lincoln Mnnii-i- i' sit has hegtin. Today the president is giving his instructions to tho men who are to meet with representatives of other nations at Niagara Falls to consider mediation for Mexico. So tilings in this city alTecl the map of the world. Tin; national liipmr dealers have heeu in session hero and an; plainly frightened. Outwardly they put up a hold fropl, hut some of their leading men said in private that they dc-lln- ed fellow-coiinlryin- eu Commencement Week Berca College differs from most schools in being an institution for all the people, and not for the rich and the few. And the public exercises at the close of the school year are of interest to everybody. The Harmonia exhibition of the Cantata of Queen Mslher is a "show" of intense interest for young and old. To give a'chancc for those who will be tired and busy the night before Commencement this is to be given first on Wednesday night, May 27th. The Foundation School Graduation at 1.30 pTm. on Friday, the 29th, is counted by many the best thing of the season. The best service of all is the Sermon to Graduates, Sunday morning, the 31st. Everyone within ten miles should be here to see the procession at 10:15 and hear the sermon. See full list of Commencement exercises on the local page. UNITED STATES NEWS IN OUR OWN STATE reply In situation. is: Plan to Evangelize the World " The problem is not a problem of The Presbyterian church of tho L'niletl Stales of America is holding rates, either more or less. "II is not a problem of exploitaan assembly in Chicago lo plan an aggressive campaign to spread the tion of the companies hy politicians. gospel n eery corner of the earth. "II is not a question of profltahlo One thousand delegates' from tho or unprolltable business for ono United Slates and foreign lands will year or a term of years in Kentucky. "Tlie problem narrows down to be present. Among llio great men will be Itev. Win. H. Hiedcrwolf and this: Shall Hie Insurance Trust or tin- people govern Kentucky? Itev. J. Wilbur Chapman. "My advice lo Kentucky is fight! $7,rK),00() was raised for missionary purposes during the year ending Fight now and fight hard I" March i'.Mi, and it is expected that Bradley Won't Run Commencement Day at Berea is such a big occasion an even larger amount will ho raised Senator William O'Connell Bradthat hardly anybody has evei seen it all. for the coming year. ley has dellnilely announced his reEverybody should plan beforehand, come early, and fusal lo run for a renomination to Norwegians Celebrate Centennial make the most of what is really a big educational Norwegians living in tho United the United Slates Senate. Ho states States celebrated on May 17th, tho that illness and inability to meet tho chance for every comer. independence of Norway a hun- hardships of (he campaign will keep See the procession at 8:10. And then hurry into dred years ago. In the large cities, him out of the race. the Tabernacle for the Industrial Exhibits which come Senator Oallinger, the senior Ken-lucthere were parades, bands played right at the beginning. Senator, has not yet announcNorwegian airs, the people sang NorAfter you have heard some of the student speaking wegian songs, speeches were made ed his decision, but his friends are yon can go out when the gun goes of! and visit some of and games played, all in tho celebra- coullilenl that he will make the race. tion of the centennial of their moth- In point (if continuous service Mr. the exhibits. But be sure to be back at a little before 1 2:00 (iallinger is the oldest Senator. erland. to see the Bibles and the diplomas given out. That is the Rapid Fire Guns for U. S. Aeroplanes Mayo's Fortune Goes to Wife top minute and bright sight of all Commencement. And Al I he present time the United Although the will of Hie lato John in the afternoon you will hear the two greatest speeches Mayo has not yet been published Slates uses military aeroplanes only ever made in the Tabernacle. for scouting purposes. Until recent- -j it is known that the entire estate is Commencement is the time to see all your friends, to ly 11 was iiioiiHiH inini;iii;auiu iu . icu 111 111c nanus 01 Mrs. iunyo, witii-instcheer on the young students, and to get a lot of bright ideas rapid tire guns because of tho out bond. Mr. Buckingham and Mrs. to think about for a year after! weight of the guns. American army Mayo are named as executors. DEATH TO FLY INTERESTS J WORLD NEWS ollicers have perfected a light weight The actual selling value of tho esGREAT MINDS. machine gun weighing only twenty-liv- e tate is estimated at between four v ! pounds, capable of shooting; car- and live millions, altho its potential tridges at the rate of 500 per minute. value is much greater. Peace Conference at Niagara Falls fly twitting SINCE tha laal yaar, which of Iti'presenlatives of Hrazil. ArgenThe war and navy department! By Prof. John F. Smith South A,rica Kentuckians mere plans lo equip their aeroplanes with hii anations, ikirmiah in a tine ami Chili, together with the lur,M!r laading man battla of Secretary of tho I representatives of Mexico and tho these guns. of tnia country and Euro pa, a FKOM IJtST WKKK) (CONTINUKI) Alumni Association of Stale assembled at I'niled States, have . . numbir of tcitntlfic onaa among to Settle Toll Repeal Bill ..pc,,;..,.,! wor(1 frnm Soillh them, hava becoma identified Niagara Falls, Canada to begta their 5?oiIiiv I iiue ago I strolled on a hot) babies goes on. In many placealit 'I'" ulroversy ofThc Senate oyr?MrU.u Ua a ,.,,, (f K v with an organiiation having of the matters in dis- August afternoon through the streets goes on unchecked, consideration the to Is excntion is Hearing a voie.i has been formed anil that the first of flies at tha extermination pute between the United States and of the Italian section of Hoston. it lias been my good fortune lo see There is a sentiment in the Senate gift lo their college will bo a scholThey ara ita aeriout purpota. the llneiia faction, with the larger There were mothers with children ih,. results of some of the movements in favor of an elTort to substitute aarnatt in attaching quite at arship of $100. This is but ono much importance to tha work at hone and somewhat encouraging by their knees and with infants in t make life more tolerable for for the pending hill a resolution of the brotherhood and lovo is commonly accredited to great l ts of bringing about a con- - their arms scattered plentifully America's infants and lo make it which would provide for the sub- objecta of preventive measures, for (he Alma Mater which binds toor peace through conciliation1 among fruit stands, garbage cans, ,..,..y ditiou them to grow into strong mji,,,, ,,f the dispute between the such at tuberculosis and yellow gether students of all colleges. . or the different factions of Mexico. broken chairs, old boxes and other nw women. The movements u,,j,M Stales and Great Hritain, to fever. They regard tha fly as It i further hoped (hat they may i' nlences that mark the civilization about tha worst enemy of man Lexington's Strike Troubles iind their birth in llio cities .... kind by reason of the very fact It. is estimated that between thirty suit I iu securing the estahlish- - of the poor. There were children Hiiclly because there the greatest !,.IV ,.,( pr,.sj,,.t Wilson is willing that it ia tolerated while carrylini'iit of a government that shall years playing on the obstacles confront the growing child. of tenth-res- t o.., IIpSij should be settled "'id forty thousand dollars has been ing to humans nearly every the welfare of all parties and' streets where banana peelings, de- - xiie Federation of Dav Nurseries, 1... .,,.i.ii,..,ii lost by the deadlock between tho known form of disease, being lead to a settlement of the land! raying vegetables, old rags, greasy tha greatest of germ bearers. carpenters and contractors of LexFederated Hoys' Clubs, the Hera are a few of the well Forest Fire Destroys Village question in which the natives aro' water. -t- ilth of every description National Congress of Mothers, the ington. Tho Union men demand tho known man and women associThe entire village of Alfred, Mich., recognition of the union and tho largely concerned as well as to' had been thrown. 1 here were other children's Conference of Research ated In the crusade to extin'coiiM-na forcsl " "closed shop." The contractors dethe interests of foreign children raking with sticks among .,nd Welfare, the Department of vvas wiped ,"ut guish the flyt 'investors. A dispatch from Mexico lieaps of y Alvegetables, look- Dr. Albert Vsnderveer, Hgieuo of tho Russell Sago Mil' l8th- - Th" "uiabilants lo.sl al clare that they wjll not suhmit to j City received bany, N. Y. Mite Alico Lakey, in Washington states ing for tid-hi- ts that were suitable Foundation, the National Play- - l,"'ir possessions and wero forced paying all men alike sinco some Cranford, N. J.) Mrs. Carolina .that Cen. Iluerta is ready to resign' food for pigs and rats but not for',,,,,,,) Association, and many other to sivk safety m the Lscanaba River skilled workmen are worth much Bartlett Crane. Kalamaioo, I if it is essential to a settlement of human beings. There were infants (organizations more than tho "hatchet and saw" have launched where hey remained for hours, Mich. Mr. Robert S. B. Brad-lan" Firms Must Pay Fines llhe dilllculties. Altogether the out- -i crawling 011 the sidewalks and nut within tho last few years nil to pro- Boston) Dr. Joseph Y. Pormen and that it would not bo fair ilook for a Ileal adjustment of a very iu the streets covered with tilth and mote the conservation of America's ter, Jacksonville, Fla.j Dr. S. G. collection or iniernai nevenue, in to put them all on the same basis, Crumpine, Topeka, Kan.) Dr. dilllcult situation seems to be good. Hies with disease and death lurking greatest asset, child life. Civic im- - the Philadelphia District, has re- - About live hundred men havo quit Woods Hutchinson, Colonel John Spain Honors Their King close about them. Over all and up- provement leagues have been or- - ceived orders from Washington to work and so far no agreement is in Y. Culyar and Daniel D. Jack-aoanniversary of on all came the burning rays of the ganied in hundreds, even thous - immediately start proceedings a- - sinht. The Iweiily-eight- h M. S., and Edward W. King Alfouo is heing enthusiastiHatch, Jr., New York. afternoon August sun that made the anils of communities for the purpose gainst about SOU corporations or ttial "Wets" Disappointed Again throughout the walls and the walks and the streets of furtheriiiK nlans for hrincincr district which have not yet tiled cally celebrated Tho Court of Appeals handed down whole of Spain. He ha already like the entrance of Tartarus. Inborn 8tlc reforms as tho welfaro ""'ir income tax returns for last CONTENTS THIS WEEK reigned for nearly three decades, There was no breath of air that was Lf children anil adults demands, year, which wero duo March 1st. a decision Tuesday which sustains years mil polluted with pulverized AHh People in many cities and towns are No excuses for their delinquency the election of September 29, 1913, and yet he is not thirty-thre- e Pane 1. Kditorials Commencement hy which Somerset county voted of ago. lie was horn a monarch, as and with the stench of leaking sew-- lt ast petting waked up to tho fact will be accepted, Week. Commencement Day. dry. prehad died six months er pipes; there was not a sprig of (,c Rn;ilt sarrltlco of child life The penalty for such delinquency World News- - Conference at Niag- bis father vious to his birth. During his grass nor a Mower to brighten these, m too much of a drain on the vital- - 's a "'1 ot uot less $1000 nor more; To Investigate Vice ara Falls. prosSteps are being taken hy tho maylittle lives. There were no trees ny 0f (he American nation. The than ?I0,000. to Evangelize reign Spain has become more t'. S. News Plan perous and more satisfied with her here to make shade there was no 70.000 babies that die every vear or of Louisville to create a Vico Roosevelt Returns from Brazil World. Commission lo investigate conditions Lexington's Strike condition than during any period 100111 on the narrow streets. Almost from neglect and poor feeding are1 After a voyage lasting twenty-on- o J'y. News since the Middle Ages. She lias nothing would grow lien- - hut rats needed as citizens (o do their share days, the steamship Aidant, arrived that city. The mayor is reported Troubles. been greatly beuellted by the loss and Hies and human beings. alarmed nt tho prevalenco of of the world's work and add their in Now York harbor from Hrazil, " Letter from President Frost. And I wondered as I walked in and share to the world's wealth. One bringing Theodore Roosevelt home, vice in Louisville, but it is said that John of her colonies iu the West Indies Civic Improvement; Professor and the Philippine. Alfonso has out among these crooked and sultry high authority estimates that one He has been away from homo more great care will bo taken to eecure F. Smith (continued) displayed high iiialities of wisdom streets why it is that our city gov- ami a quarter million babies died than seven months. During that time "not only and reason- Page 2. Protects Crowing Tree. ami statecraft in the management of ernments tin not rise up for the sake iluring the last census decade that he explored the wilds of Hrazil. al,' who would work i" a traits. Had for Pessimist. of humanity and put a stop to this could have been saved. Some people After a short rest, he will deliver a together," and form such a "vico Will Canada Become a Republic? terrible overcrowding On the Funny Side. and this are llnding out about these terrible lecture on his explorations in Hrazil commission as to satisfy the wholo A writer in the London Times dwelling iu tllthy places that exact losses, At the (Sato of Naiu. and as a result, tho organ!- - before (ho National Oeographical conununily that the mailer will bo raises the iuestiou whether Canada such a heavy toll of human life. zations I have mentioned, and niaiiv Society at Washington. jiuopeny nanuieu. Pane 3. Mountain Agriculture is not drifting towards a republican Why is it (hat enlightened and cul- others beside them, havo been ,....,77. Cowpeas. government. He seems (o think that tured people, people who have con- launched and are doing splendid, MAINLY ABOUT MARRIAGE BOMBS OF OBSCURITY Soil Fertility without Stock, Urcat Hrilaih is losing her hold up- science and wealth, will allow our work iu rescuing human lives from' (iood lloads. on the Dominion. The cities to grow for centuries with Die debris of civilization, and saving Marriage U ibe result of a maiden One of these days. S. S. Lesson Unprnlltahlo Servants. who form no inconsiderable these cess pools of sickness and di- litem for Ood and humanity. effort Page 4. Herea News. part of (he political force of tho sease scattered over them where . . .. Fv'orv cifv nf nnv ftiiinirl.tiu.ji line' I'm out of practise. College Hems. utmram u Ueneraiiy, Deing iin iu Dominion, naturally tend towards the j.ukals or nlvllirnlinii tern out 8 c 0imfimm.Cf) pIay. , v.inmi8 kot tf Commencement Announcements. republicanism. Do I look like a sucker! with heir poisoned fangs llio joy Lr0llI1(,Si vacation schools, etc. Tho One of the symptoms of declining inn 1110 Mtiue ami uie die 01 so nmi,. i,.,,.,,. .....i ..m,,,.,,.. College News Page 5. Social ami - rtiitmnnd la often tho cornerstone f ItllthVO ..,.1 IlltlU It I only had a little pull. Ilrilish interest is the decay of tho many thousands of innocent chil- - ,,..,, r.im.lu. ,,.. (continued) of a caatle In tha air. ' ,m.i,i Cricket Club, formerly very popu- droll who a in il.iiiioi'il - into life only' small . -...v forces of workers whoso pa- Pro got a peach of an Idea. .1 Page 6. Tho Maid of tho Forest lar, hut now attracting but little at- I.. 1... .1 ..1. Some Kt a prize In the marriage "' """ " 1.. 1.. 111 '," 1. .a c. Iriolism is a little more rellned than V (continued) some a uurprUe. Ameri-liv- au our civilization lottery, tention. The Inlliienco of of which we often Hl of tht, , ,,,,,,, of I can do twice as welt lf I only try. Short Story Foot of tho Hill. periodicals with their attractive o.a m. p.ouui, uoes ma always,.. ,, uiy npo step won't bpaveIy Tno lrl wlth the elastic Thero's no use tiucktn' tough luck. Ilium! I In, I'lcL- - of iiiillini. nvvnu fr.iin anrlnir at a nroDOKal. Page 7. When to Send tint Wed- advertising pages, is regarded as be- lIMIIZe, ing a decided factor. I have walked inuch tl.n.ugl. the, , ,.,,,, w;np au, , ding Invitations. lMnw , aU, The Ruin of Persia I'll take a chance with the best of streets of other ner a , No maUer how lIilKt Making Day Queries. wl , folks alway. eipect .Illy to Kin is, well, thorn. A dcrinau nnny olllrer, writing: Memphis marry her Louisv lie, , Cincinnati, , mi,,, lh, Out Door Work for Womun. lhal j(, j for the otllcial organ of tho general Washington, New York, and else mid strength ami Daddy's Hedtimo Story. happiness. Iu all dub m rot I'm not as much of Unlike othor bonds, the bonds of stuff, asserts that Persia is practiwhere and have seen things iu all this great awakening, Indian Animal Story. this great ex- matrimony run tor an Indefinite think. cally deserted hy all persons of these cities dial make it impossible penditure of energy, Page 8. Eastern Kentucky News. either wealth or rellnenient. Thoso for the children of the poor to havo money, childhood is the time and period. object of Aboard Ship. who have fortunes (o preserve havo an houetd light ing chance against the attention. Everywhere News from Madison County. Steward A uiurcoiilgruiu for you, A wise wife never reminds her hustho child is emigrated and aro now living 'abroad tremendous odds that confront them. Poem Tho Welcome. usU tlieui to band of the fool things ho said while miss. Pretty Ctrl-Ji- M (Continued on pi re Fire) Kverywhero tho blighting of tho Cincinnati Markets. (Continued on ptge Eight) bold the wire. New' York 'Times. courting her. Kx-(iong must expect to close out their bus-inewithin ten years. Senator I.afollelle is In trouble In two ways; his daughter has married and heing a suffragist, refuses to lio called hy her husband's naniel The senator is also brought under suspicion of personal graft in certain Indian investigations. He has been a good lighter for many good things ami it Is to be hoped these troubles will ho cleared up. The great Itepublican Senators, lliirton anil Hoot, are doing valiant service for the public good in the Hy tho debates now in progress. v. way, Kentucky ought to send Wlllson here to represent our state iu the Senate. Washington is heauliful in its parks and grounds llieso Spring days, and it seems loo bad that advancing summer must bring heat, .lust now the city is full of visitors. It is said li!0,000 people visited Washington's homo at Ml. Vernon last oar. Another great friend of Herea's has just died, Mrs. John Hay, widow of Mrs. the late Secretary of Slate. Fro I called upon her when we were here in March, and now she is gone, a loss to the city and to the nation. In the Library of Congress I found Willanl 0. Waters, son of tho (Ills It. Waters who was one of Herea's llrst teachers, famous for anticipating "the word method" and oilier modern was in leaching. He is iu the cataloging department. Hut with all these adventures I would rather be in Herea than in Wnhiugtm or New Yorkl To Erect Monument to U. S. ConstTight Now and Fight Hard" itution The Hating Hoard of tho Stale InWilmington, Del., is laying out n surance Ilureaii wrote to Oeorgo II. park iu their city iu which they Holt of Chicago, manager of tho Polplan (he ereclien of n monument to icy Holders' Union, asking him to the consliliiion of Ihn United States. confer with business men In Chicago The Idea Is Dial, as Delaware, was who have large holdings in Ken-lucthe llrst shite lo adopt tho Constituand llnd out what is their tion, it ought lo he tho llrst lo erect opinion regarding the present ina monument to il. His surance part ky Commencement Day ky jcc all Civic Improvement Univer-Arbitrati- on grias pi-ni- fr ( I rd ,J. I t. I -o 1,1-- l.'-- v cast-awa- al, n '' ". "t well-balanc- ed French-Canadia- ns ' a 1 ,. ' i,,, - J R..rllv cities-Hirn.ing- hani, ' I Pago Two, TM5 CITIZEN. May 21, 1914. The Citizen fsmllt newspaper for all that It right, true and Interesting. mbtlthrd every Thiirlay (liiritrfutrnlrH) WM. C. FROST, EHitorln-Ckle- f RUTH McFALL. Offite Editor BEN HOLLANDER, Circulation Mrr. l protects the growing tree Concrete Box la Ornamental and May Be Ramoved When No Lonoer Necessary. To protect growing; trees with some degroo of permanency, tho uso of con-- ! Crete has been adopted, reinforced by stoel bars and rings, a singularly THE BOOMERANQ. BAD FOR PESSIMIST Not True That i lletea, Kjr BEREA PUBLISHING CO. Body of Country's Students Are Turning From Religion. Great ONTHe rrr r There is a lady in lllchmond who has In her employe n dnrky servant of a most curious disposition. "Did the postman leave any letters, Lilly?" tho mistress nsked on one occasion on returning from a call In the neighborhood. At the Gate Nain of Subscription Rates 1'AYAIILK who believe In foreign peoples. Workers among Immigrants find It hard to bo patient with men who sneer at tho "wops" and "dagos," and others. or Kvpres .Money hftid money by ij r critics can dismiss foreign Onlcr. Iirart. KmlMcictl Letter or one and two cent alamp. missions with two sentences and a The dale after your name on label how to sniff may even dispense with the senwhat date jnur Milwriptlon I paid. If II l not tences, though tho sniff Is necessary. eel. aftet renewal thansrri within three notify in People who nro at It are sure It can Mtwlnjr number will be gladly aiipptlrd If we be done, and sure also that it Is beare notified. ing done. Literal term Riven to any who obtain new : Any one endlni ufour i ULcriptiona for Here is a young tnnn spending his rerlaulweriptionran receive The Cltlien free forhfmm.-- for one year. No Gentleman. whole life In Christian work In colapplication. Advettl'Ingrateaon leges. He sees student Ufa from the Miss Gossip What's this I hear Inside. He has been in several state nbout the doctor's being no gentleMPMRKR OF In ono of them there man? universities. was a meeting of 3,000 students, and Miss Matter of Kact Yes, that's 300 started out to follow Christ. In true. another were held four meetings, averGossip TeH be nbout It. .Miss ' aging a thousand each. This young What did he man writes, "There Is no question In Miss Matter of Kact It's a lady docmy mind of a decided Improvement In tor. Pennsylvania Punch-Howl- . the moral and religious life of AmerImprovement? What ican students." KKNTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION. The Kind He Liked. age or bouse coloring. When the tree does ho mean? Does he not know "Look here, young fellow, you ought outgrows its narrow box. It Is no that students are losing their faith to call on Miss Derrlcker. She's a No Whiskey Advertisements! treat matter to remove the concrete and their morals and their character? bright girl more than thnt. She's No Immodest News Items! and release tho steel bars. While the Does he not realize that faculties are actually brilliant. Why don't you first cost is somewhat higher than a in league with the forces of evil? call?" good wooden box, the lasting quali- Or Is It possible that our friends who "That's why. Do you know any ordl- ties of the concrete make It worth have been saying so have the disad- ' nary girls tho kind where I can be vantage of not . knowing anything fairly sure while. Popular Mechanics. whether I am being kidded, about it? Is it possible that they are thinking of a tew Instances, and have educated or wooed?" TIME TO THINK OF BEAUTY missed the real current? At any rate, Staging a Trial. this man who Is at the task seems "It would help some If you had a Department of Agriculture (Uvea Good ; much encouraged about it. pretty wife." Advice on a Most Important One Source of Weakness. "Alas, I am a bachelor," said the Subject. acOf course, one must take into of great wealth. count the story of Phillips Ilrooks, malefactor an Idea. Yon plead Illness, "I have The appropriate use of trees, shrubs, who would not agree that church atyou go on tho stand with vines, and herbaceous plants In the tendance was falling off because nnd I'll have adornment of city, village, suburban, i everywhere he went he found such an attractive trained nurse Jn attendor country homo grounds gives a large congregations. This man whom ance." Kansas City Journal. charm and beauty which are Interest- we have quoted 1b the kind of man to ing and pleasing to tho passerby as whom students would make response. Occasional Relief. "Henubrough has a roving disposiwell as to the occupant of the home, That in Itself Is a suggestive fact, says the U. S. department of agricul- - however. Perhaps the weakness of tion." "Yes, and It's a mercy, Isn't It?" ture. Plants aro a means of express- the religious situation In our schools "A mercy?" ing restfulness and beauty. Their is that we have not frankly handled NOT ONLY SWAT BUT "Exactly: It would be a miserable gradually changing aspect with the It. Probably if we had paid no more STARVE THE FLY. succession of the seasons heightens heed to the biological elements In our thing to have a disposition llko his their pleasing effect and relieves mo- -' educational Institutions than we have stick to a man all the time." notony. The changes which occur in to the religious, we would be the YEAR ago the "Swat the the life of vegetation during tho year laughing-stocHis Specialty. of Europe. We get In fly!" slogan had a country have caused man to spoak of the our colleges Just about what we go "Now that talking dogs are being wide vogue, and as a result stages of human existence as the after, and when the educational lead- exhibited In vaudeville, I suppose the probably billions of flies were ("spring," "summer," and "autumn" of ers nre ready to give heed to the next thing will be singing dogs." swatted. But because of the life. The leaf, the branch, and the religious phases of universities and "What do you suppose they will enormous capacity of flies for flower, as well as the general form of ' colleges they will find tho students j sing?" multiplication a single pair I. produce billions of their may tho plant, manifest a grace and beauty ready. If they take tho matter light"Nnttirally. bark-- , something llk ' kind there did not seem to be which art endeavors to copy. While ly, the students will do so. arolles." diminution a very appreciable . art cannot take the place of nature. It There are a great many good men ' in the total number. nevertheless plays an Important part who cannot teach chemistry with any ONE MAN'S WISDOM. The wiser slogan "Starve the in teaching us to see and appreciate inspiration. A chemical department of fly!" has been adopted this year, the beauties of nature. and the only means of starving a college under the guidance of ono Man should first provide for his ne- - of those men Is lost before it begins. the insect is by allowing it nothfinal The religious department. Its Hlble ing on which to feed. Filth is cessltles, then for comforts, and its food, and not only ihould ly for pleasures. In a new country such study. Its Christian training, is lout the city streets be kept clear of as ours, the expenditure of time, and also if It falls Into the hands of a it and the vacant lots not be means for the adornment of grounds man with no Inspiration, and without made the convenient dumping has naturally received too llttlo attcn- - the power of leadership. There is , grounds for every kind of refUon. The people have been necessor- - nothing occult or mysterious about it. use, but every corner of a closet lly concerned with acquiring lands We can have, a keen, strong religious or cellar or kitchen should be nut a stage of devel- life In our colleges and universities and buildings, cleared of its insanitary accuopment has now been reached whon Just ns soon as we want it. More and mulations. The most productive breeding Americans should give more attention more we are wanting it, and wherever , places of the disease carrying fly to the embellishment of their home we want it Intelligently we an; find-In- s are garbage cans, cuspidors and grounds. j men like this one to whom the manure. To keep a large city students respond. absolutely clean with respect to Street Cleanliness. these is no small task, but by Meanwhile it is people who are Perhaps the most striking difference at anything big who are sure of it the interested and intelligent cooperation of the municipal auby tourist and rejoice in 1L The Conlnent the American noticed thorities and the citizens genabroad between American and Euroerally the danger of disease pean cities is the cleanness of the from flies can be reduced to a streets of the latter, particularly In minimum. such places as Berlin and Dresden. FREED FROM TOIL, BEQUEST, Clean streets, as tho term Is underYoung Widow You really ought to citstood abroad, aro unknown in tho e Postmaster of Perth Am boy have a better half. ies of the United States. The dirtiHousekeeping Discon Wanted The llachelor Yes, but tho trouble ness of our streets both In summer tinued After His Death. Is after a woman has been a man's betclouds : Starve the Fly Now : and winter, with theirgerms of dust a few weeks sho wants to charged with disease and filth Nevr Brunswick, N. J. Declaring ter half for wholo thing. of all kinds, makes walking almost that ho did not want his wife to con- bo tho Intolerable and imposes on storekeep- tinue housekeeping after his death Strong Faith. ers and housekeepers a burden of Georgo II. Tire, formerly postmaster Thus I heard u little nirl denning that Is far moro expensive of Perth Amboy, left explicit direcDON'T TRADE IN FLY RID- Blnjr she waa but seven In the aggregate than would bo tho tions in his will for the disposition "Papa has got Just one leu: DEN STORE. proper and systematic cleaning of the of , The other Is In heaven." his personal property and real IN AIIVANCH Pessimists are usually out of the pleasing design, resulting. The con- orete tree box loads Itsolf readily to game. People at work are thu ones decoratlvo feature, and color may who are sure something will come of bo Introduced to harmonlte with foil- - it Foreign missionaries are the ones I FUTON f hrre Montha One Year mIi Month ll.ro m A3 SIDE Arm-chai- . It Witt ' "There ain't nothing but n post card, ma'am," snld Lilly. "Who Is It from?" asked tho mistress craftily. " 'Deed I don't know, ma'am," snld Lilly, with an air of Innocence. "Well, anyone who sends mo n message on a post card Is either very stupid or Impertinent," suggested the lady of the house. "Excuse me, ma'nm," snld Lilly, with dignity, "but that ain't no way to talk 'bout yo' own mother." Kingston (Ont.) Whig. Knew the Place. Mrs. II. saw her little daughter coma from the back door of tho hotiee next door eating a cookie, and when the llttlo lady fame Into the house her mother turned to her and three-year-ol- P, REV. CEORCC E. CUILLE IUU TmU, Mnf, laaUM. Luke TBXT lie went 7 11 1,1,0 el" ealM NaJn if. said: "Why, Klsle, you must not ask Mrs. K. for rookies." "1 Clean Your Yard Make a Garden Swat the Fly i , I A , , j I I , I , ) . I I One-Tim- , streets. of REALIZING fly, we must coat to trade with dealers who permit flies to swarm in dairies, restaurants, marour By withkets and bakeries. drawing patronage from the careless dealer we can put our fly campaign on a dollar and cent basis. This will line up all the dealers in foodstuffs on They will, in the defensive. turn, demand that all places where flics may breed in their neighborhood be cleaned up. Then we will have not only a flyless but a really clean city. the dangers Only occasionally when the streets aro locally flushed can the conditions of our streets be compared with those abroad, wbero street cleanliness Is one of tho first principles of city ad- ministration. Generous Gift to City. An excellent example of an endow ment that will be a source of contlnu-oub improvement to a city, and at the same time a conUnuous memorial to Its founder Is the Ferguson Monument fund, administered by the trustees of tho Art Institute of Chicago. clti-seMr. Ferguson, a of that city, gave a bequest to the Art Institute the Income of which Is to be ueed for the erection of monumental sculpture, which shall serve to ornament the city. Thus every few years a great work of art will be erect-- , ed In that city. 1 public-spirited n "I know that It does not pay, and at her time, of llfo she is not able to do It," ho wrote concerning housekeeping. Mr. Tlco cnt off his son, Andrew J. Tlce. with J5, to be given to him if he Ih alive and appears. lie explains that his son had many times his shore of the estate. The address of the 6on s unknown. estate. ' Took Up the Quarrel. "I thought Mrs, Gotrox nnd Mrs. Fussily wero tho best of neighbors." "They used to bo, but they don't speak to each other now." i "What's the trouble?" Gotrox'B French poodle got Into a fight with Mrs. Fusslly's Mexican terrier, and tho two women took up tho quarrel." . "Mrs. I "What you want in paint is ono thnt flovr freely from the brush, that spreads evenly, but has enough body to stay spread. FLY CARRIED FIVE LION QERMS. MIL- - You can shut your eyes and fell from th feel of the brush, as you paint, that A RECENT experiment with XX 414 flies that had not been specially exposed showed them to be a germ carryall of from 1,250,000 to 6,600,000 germs each. When a fly "washes Its hands" it means that it is just shaking off some thousands of germs. A fly no different from its fellows was caught in a sterilized net and Immersed In a bottle of sterilized water. When the previously pure water was examined it was found that the creature had left more than 5,000,000 germs in Its bath Playing Card Output According to official figures, about 862,000 packs of playing cards were so'd in Germany last year, exclusive of those exported. This Is equal to a daily average of about 18,000 packs. FIND AMERICAN'S BODY. Hanna's Green Seal Paint smooth, clastic and tenacious. You can feel it cling to tho wood, and in after years you can see it cling. is full-bodied, Word has filtered through the border of the tlmllng ol thu body of James S. Heard, a wealth) Amcrlcnn, near I'arruu, Coahulla Heard Is said to have been thu victim of General Henjumlu Argutnedo, oncf a follower of Pasqullo Orozco, Jr., and later a member of tho garrlsou of Tor El Paso, Tex. There is no secret about making good, durable paint. The formula is on every can of the Green Seal Paint. . FOR SALE BY J. D. CLARKSTON, Berea, Ky. rton. world was as God mude it. so that his own lips could pronounce upon the . labor of his hands, "very good?" Is not this what It still Is to thn unrcgener-ut- e heart, that refuses to recognlt the nil n wrought by sin? Yes, the heart that has no ties elsewhere; that has not "tasted the iwcrn of the world to come," nor xeen the glorious n alltles of things eternal, finds It fair and pleasant still. Hut alas! this pleasant world lias become n valley of the shadow of death, for behold! nt the very gate of Naln, proclaiming Its real condition, it dead man Is carried out Death Is the way out of the world still, and death is the nwful shadow over It "Death reigned from Adam to Moeies," t and reigns today, the world, with all its boasted wisdom, having found no remedy for It. On every portal, death with relentless hand, has carved Ills telltale crest, and upon all creation hit has placed his stamp. "The world Mm. lllckson She says she's a pnrseth away " peerless actress. I wonder what she Tills Is the ncene Into which Christ means by that? has come, as here ho comes to Naln Mr. lllckson I reckon she means cunie with life and salvation she has no llrltish terrs chatting heaven to the lost of the north. around after her. What sorrows, loo, are In fair Natnl llehold this widow weeping for her Cupid. only son, and much people In the city, Whllr love rrmnlna a little boy following nnd w evplng with her. For He l to lis prrixtual Joy. tln has brought not only death, but Hut when he's grown to rnnn's eslst a multitude of sorrows, Into the He make Ua nil absquatulate. world. However fair It may be, how. ever beautiful the names by which It The New Way. Publisher This stems to be n good may be culled, however much It may manuscript of yours, but tell mo, my furnish the natural heart with pleadear sir, have you ever served a term suresorrow remains the great fact of human life. The great sea of life In Jail? Certainly Is salty with human tears, nnd tin Author (Indignantly) sighing of the wind is the echo of not! Publisher Dear me! that Is unfor-- ' the threnody of broken hearts. "Tho tunato. It would be such a good ad- w hole creation groaneth and travail-etIn pain together until now." vertisement for your work. Hut the Man of Sorrows draws nigh and Naln nuiet answer to its name. Calling the Kettle Black. With him at Its gate, all l changed, "I despise a hypocrite." nnd we see the ilhlno remedy for all "So do I " "Now take Johnson, for einmplo; ' the Ills brought In by sin. 1. "When Jesus saw her, ha was he's the biggest hypocrite on earth." "Hut you appear to bo his best mned with rompasslon " Yes it was rompasslon that brought him down friend." "Oh. yes; I try to appear friendly to save, compassion for my lost comiKisslon for the helpless mis- toward him. It pays better In the end. ery to which sin reduced nut. "Moved with compulsion at in) tears for sin, Let Them Have It. "Eskimos nre said to havo one morn he lias tome to my help.". 2. "And he said unto lu-rDon't cry, Joint jn thuir backbones tlinn wu don't cry!" Who Is this stranger have." "They need more backbone than o breaking In uon her grief with his syiiiiKitli) fan ho quench do." those tears? Has he a balm for that "Why?" "They have to get up in tho coltl broken liourt? Yes. ho has, and he freely glum It. ami In doing so gives on more mornings than we do." uh n picture of nil Mm finished work. The Christ of Calvary will mako good Getting, Even. his every word. Why do ou persist In coin-- j Editor 3. "He touched tho bier!" "Touch ing here? 1 tell you I don't buy llo- It he mum If lils word Is to havu power -tlon. over IL" He Author Oh, don't wir-- to sell any have to say to must die. If ho would deuth, "Where Is thy of my Btorles. I am writing a short st I ii g?" serial entitled "The Ugliest Mnn on "'I he sting of Is sin" and ho Knrth" and I catno In merely to obtain must bn "mailt' death sin for us" to tnko local color Stray Stories, away Hint sting. He must "tasto death for ever) man," who Is to nrlso Hardly Promising, from It at his word, llo miwt go Into Mrs. Newlywed (to rook, whom she it In order to triumph over It, nud has Just engaged) You see, my forasmuch ns tho children uru parIs so very particular about his takers of llesh and blood, ho likewise food. himself, also took part of tho tame, Cook (sympathetically) They're nil thut through death . . he might My old man was Jest alike, mum. deliver Ilium who through fear of the same; I never cooked anything to dentil wero all their lifetime please Mm in mo life. tanilon Sketch. to bondage." "Christ, being subject raised from the dead, dleth no moro; death hath no morn dominion over him." Hut ho has dominion over It, and thus ho touches the bier. In Israel it meant defilement to come in contact with death. Hut h must touch It. yet remain undented. I. And having touched It he can say, ami his word stund fust, "Young man, I sny unto thee, Arise." lX Ll- -. And theso words, which in a thoufVjM sand tongues, ho Is repeating In the ears of lliu multitudes "dead In und sins." Know, O man without Christ, thut this young man at Naln's gutu is your picture. Dwoller In Naln in a world still "fair" to the eyo, but upon which sin haB brought an awful curses you are dead. ft. "And liu that was dead sat up and began to speak." "Hnth ho sold and shall he not do It. hath he spoken und shall ho not make It good?" O soul, hast thou heard his voice? Hast thou "sut up" out of thlno awful death In trespasses and sins, "a now creation" In Christ Jesus? Hast thou begun to speak with u new tonguo in tho language they speak In heaven T All hull, hearer of Jesus' voice! "They that heur shall live!" Klsle. "I know where she keeps them." didn't ask her. mother," said looked nt closely, will be found to epltnmlto all the work of Christ as Savior. For what Is the rlty f Naln? We find the answer in the meaning of Its name "fair, pleas-nnt,- " probably so railed because of Its striking situaAnd Is not tion The words, this what thu Delineator. PEER-LES8- ' h i 1 Iiur-ban- . Jo-mi- trcs-lass(- Mar 21, KMI. THE CITIZEN. t'aga T'farca MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Frank S. Montgomery, Instructor Husbandry, and Special Investigator. C0WPEA3 In t'owpens sown in tills country any lime from May 25 to fiimi 15 mill In- - suru of lnirvcsllni; heforo (lamiiKiim' frosts. i'low your i ti i. . ground mi- - peas kooiii iiiiu ucep just ooii as possible after corn planl If your Kiouuil in not loo ni(i. ilouy, dink it ticforo turniiitf and il m Will llOlli IIIOlHtllll' lll'tllT. DraK or Harrow il down Iniinoiliali!-l- y lifter plowing; so it will not ilry ml rapidly. Let it lie for a week or two to lie packed down by rains, then drill in a liushcl per acre Willi Hid wheal drill. If you cannot get a drill cow it bushel and a peck per mill) and rover Ihem Willi thu live shovel cull i valor ami follow with llio draK or roller or clue disk Hit! ground lightly, sow thu peas mid cover Willi looth harrow and dniff or roller. If you havu a Held of ryo thai is seeded down to grass or clover, trot the ryo olT as soon as possible, turn at once and sow to uowpeas. You will he reasonably sure of ina- luriiiK' a crop If sown as Into as July i. At least you will got somu valuable hot; pasture until corn is ready to feisl and at Ihu same liinu greatly enrich your soil. I'lau to save your own seed Ibis fall by picking on the early ripening pens before culling the hay. They will cost you 10c to 50e per bushel iiiilenjl of There will be more cowpeas than r sown Ibis suminer. . . . SOIL FERTILITY WITHOUT STOCK in Animal POULTRY KEEPERS READ THIS We publish bolow a communication from Mr. Rickey, State Agent In Poultry Club Work Soli, Kill or Confine the "Rooster" Beginning May 23rd, 1914. Grain Growing Exponents Hold FarmorCan Be Independ ent of Manure ROTATION SYSTEM OUTLINED nt NOTES Head thu article on "Rooster Day" in this issue of The Citizen and make your eggs worth two cents moro per doen. (lei your cowpea seed as soon as possible for there may lie a shorl-ag- i) of seed when everybody's buying. Save your own seed next year and keep your SJ.50 (o $3.(X) por bushel at borne and spend half of it for seed rye in thu fall. if Oiwpca ami rye are the making this country. Soy beans have succeeded well for nearly overy one who has tried them in this locality. Watch them grow this summer in the experiment field by Sheriir Johnson's, and if they surceed try them yourself next, year -- i iMtfl neglect to prepare oiir ground well Uiv corn even though I would il is getting liile.. rather plant in well prepared ground Juno 1st than in unprepared ground lo- lay. IT IS TO LAUGH LAUghter Induces a mental exhllara-Uo- n ftecause roosters aro allowed to run with laying hens during warm weather $15,000,000 worib of eggs inn lost to thu farmers throughout Ihu I.' ii i ted States each year; and most of this loss occurs during June, July and August. For this reason raisers of poultry are earnestly nsk-e- d and urged to kill or sell all matured males or coullnu them in pens away from Ihu laying bens during life summer. Kggs thai are laid by hens not mated aru sterile or Infertile, and do not decay. Thu fertilized eggs spoil ery ipiickly when subjected lo the inllueucu of heal mid if they aru lefl too long In the nesls or under broody bens or aro left in any very warm placo thu germ cells begin to develop, the chicks begin lo grow. Theso grow ing cells may diu al any singe of development due lo unfavorable conditions. Whether lliu embryo dies or not, the egg is useless as food and is unlit, for market. If thu wives of tho farmers would once renlize bow much money (hey practically loso bj allowing thu roosters lo run with thu layers Ihey would immediately stop the practice. Not onu more egg is produced with a male running with a lock of bens than without one, and unless the roosters are valuable as breeders, it is far belter to dispose of them at the end of the breeding season and replace them with the younger stock the following spring. If we follow this plan we can always have good, strong, vigorous cockerels (young roosters) for breeders, and at the same time get rid of thu care of Let us at least make I he most of whal wo possess. In order to have Concerted action in this mailer the Poultry Department of the United Stales Government has designated the 2.1nl day of .May lo he known among poultry raiM-ias "Rooster Day." Then kill, or coulliie tht! Rooster. Note: The well known poultry biivr who are members of tho Southern Poultry and Kgg Ship pers Asvu'iat ion have agreed to pay the same for roosters as for hens on May 2.1 to every onu who will make a gentleman's agreement lo kill. or conlluo all male birds from then until October 1st. s When Crop Residues Are Returned To Land Promptly and Legumes Are Shared With Nature In Fair Proportion, Productivity Can Be Maintained More Easily Than By Stock Raising. !E. J. Kinney, Assistant Agronomist, Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station.) Generally the most profitable type of fanning for Kentucky is one In which part ot the farm crops aro (old for cash and part fed to stock. Wheat and tobacco aro the ordinary cash crops, whllo corn, bay, and oats aru , the crops fed. By feodlng theso the farmer has usually been able to secure a little better prom than If he sold them for cash. With the high prices which corn and hay have been bringing during the last few years, however, the profits from feeding stock have been rather small. In some cases, the only gain has been In the value ot the manure sucured. Perhaps the belief that the fertility ot the soil can not be maintained without the use of animal manure Is the only reason that many farmers feed stock. It Is very true that a large percentage of the farm lands of Kentucky can not be profitably farmed without live stock. Such Is the case with practically all hilly lands. Increased profits from these lands will come only when more of the area Is kept In grass And ptod-ucta- fewer acres cultivated, The preven- tion of erosion when hill hinds are cultivated Is nearly Impossible, and erosion means such rapid loss ot plant food that fertility can not be profitably ALL TRUE Time makes old fashion A aad Joke objects. lieu fash-loni- . (.aughter keeps (he heart and face young and enhances ph) steal beauty. I thu saddest of all sad laughter To the puritanically pure all things la a fix; to pain and and a sure cure fur the "blues." are Impure. dli-exs- health It Is easier to learn than to unleurn It expands the chest and forces the poisoned air from the leant used Iuiik mistakes. cells. The man who looks for trouble bus no trouble In llndlng It laughter and Kod cheer make love of life, and lovn nf life Is hnlf of Talk will result In thinking oftener than thinking causes talk 1) There is good philosophy an well as The "as good llsh in the sea" refuse good health In the maxim, "Laugh uiid to nibble at the bait the average man grow fat." can offer Ijiughtor In nuturu's device for ex The muu who can be hupp) iu the ercising the Internal organs and giving present need have no fear ot the past us pleasure at the same tlinn. or the future. Uso laughter as a table snucu; It The mini who Uvea without working tho organs to dancing, and thus has aa monotonous un existence as ho stimulates the process of digestion who works without living. als llu cheerlaughter la coutagloua ful. Bad you make everybody around you happy, harmonious and healthful Itepentuncu Is homo the leas sincere Urlef I mora becuuso It Is speedy acute while thu Iohs Is fresh. organic matter It sends the blood bounding through It is not necessary to tell tho truth Phosphorous and Calcium. the body, Increases the respiration In order to shame his satanlo majesty. Phosphorous is another mineral eleand gives warmth and glow to the Soma men can tell Ilea that shaniu s ment. In tht; section the whole system him. soils contain sulllclent for present plant requirements, and probably Perfect heulth, which may be deThe two birds in thu bush would not enough to last for many years. All tho stroyed by a piece of bad now, by grief or anxiety, la often restored by a change bands with the one In thu lands of tho state, with the exception hand, even If tlm latter Is said to bo ot this area, contain relatively smalt good beurty laugh. amounts of this element, so that a few the more valuable. crops reduce the supply to a point The habit of freimcnl and hearty Words conceal thu thoughts of a where plants can not securo enough laughter will not only save you many And when ut- for their needs. To maintain a suffa doctor's bill, but will also save you phonograph effectually tered by the phonograph they often icient supply It Is necessary to use comyears of your life. conceal thu thought of the orlrlnal mercial phosphorous In some form, for It Is evident that the manure prospeaker duced on any farm can not maintain the supply on land naturally deficient In this element. Calcium la also a mineral element ot plant food, Soils seldom lack sulllclent for this purpose, but In addition to lis function us plant food, calcium Uutcklr rrllTM IltitarattUei. Sor Sim. m (let, Nturali rarbouato or limestone, a calcium comM illIptiui. yur'mour UcVilll fill (art; ot cougbon routinv c, t anr rb la mu 01 in hwi i tf pound, Is capable of neutralizing acids flflwn mlautri Midi,ui thru-idown a ch-I'rie BOo, At All Vruggltl: which form In the soil. When a soil few Sai', A witerdrop hi an' cure i becomes acid clover and other legumes BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. prrvi"it cholera, diarrhoea 34fEslM St.. Lulaitsn. Kf fall to grow well. If at alf. Legume and other culcfc UI.cjm'.. Ouu U)c bottle miV 11 pultons of crops are absolutely necessary In any uirtlkine At all JruifsM. system of farming to maintain the hamplr and b.xklet imT'l)l-uwFiwl" will l'UllK. nitrogen supply. There are not many Uturstn Rumd? C. Uiijbi, Ij Uluo-grast grain fnrming, not only because of tht value of the stock, but because mort buildings and fences are required. In addition, some men find no pleasure In raising slock and the enforced confine ment to the farm, that the care of stock necssltates. Is Irksome and unpleasant to them. Ilefore trying to answer the!- - questions It will be well lo consider briefly some of the principles of soil fertility In order to learn uhat the chief functions of manure are, so we can decide as to Its necessity In the maintenance of fertility Essentials of Good Soli. Soils originally fertile become unproductive usually because nitrogen, phosphorus, calcium, potassium or organic matter become deficient. The nitrogen of the soil U practically all contained In the organic matter, and a deficiency of organic matter usually accompanies a deficiency of nitrogen. Organic matter furnishes nitrogen, im proves the physical condition of soils, gives them greater capacity, and causes other elements of plant food lo become available more rapidly It Is perhaps the most Im-portant constituent of every fertile soli. The supply can be maintained only by roturnlng part of the plant growth lo the soil, either ns animal' manure or In other forms. Potassium is a mlnernl element, and nearly all Kentucky soils contain enough for all crop requirements. Where organic matter Is deficient, potassium may not become available rapidly enough for plant use. The remedy Is to Increase the ninmint of wnter-holdln- maintained. Fertility Without Stock. Animal manures always have played an Important part In maintaining productiveness, and this has led to the belief held by many farmers that fertility can not be maintained without them. This brings up the questlou as to whether this ts true or not. Must the farmer feed stock for the Bake of the manure, even If he makes no profit other Ise, or can he devise a system of farming where fertility can be maintained without animal manures? If this can be done, there are doubtless many men who would kwp little stock. even If they could not realize quite ar much profit from their farms. Slock farming requires more capital than soils In tho state where tho addition of limestone would not prove l. Kllher ground limestone or llmo mny be used The need for limestone cau not be supplied by manure Held To Be Easier Way. We may concludo from the above statements that most of the benefit from animal manures Is duo to the fnct that they supply humus and nitrogen, nnd that If an efficient method of supplying these In some other way could be found, we could maintain fertility without manure. If In grain fnrming all crop residues, such as straw, cornstalks, etc., are returned to tho land, we will add nearly as much organic matter as If all crops were fed and the manure returned. This la due to the fact that over ono-hathe organic matter of feeds Is destroyed by thu animal body. If In addition to crop rcslduo we can turn under green crops of some kind occasion-ally- , we maintain humus without manure. The nitrogen supply ls with tnor difficulty maintained, but by growing the legume crops of the rotation primarily for their seeds, and by growing legume catch-cropas often ns possible, we can be Independent of manure oven to supply nitrogen. Dr. Hopkins, of the University of Illinois, who was the first to point out the possibilities of grain farming, says that fertility ls more easily maintained In grain farming than where stock Is kept. Systems of Rotation. The following systems of rotation are a few of many which can be adapt-e- d to the use of the grain farmer. First year wheat with clover sown In wheat. Second year, corn or tobacco, with cowpeas sown between rows at last cultivation. Third year, wheat or oats with clover. Fourth year, clover. The first crop of clover Is to be cut and left on the ground, and the second crop cut for seed. First year, com or tobacco; second year, soy beans or cowpeas; third year wheat; fourth year, clover Only the seeds of the clover, peas, or beans are to be sold. A r rotation of r wheat and second-yea- r clover can be followed and the clover crop made Into hay. Continuous growing of alfalfa may be practiced and tin soli will Increase In humus and nitrogen content. Or, If desired, clover may be grown continuously by reeeedlng after the first crop is removed. The farmer following grain farming should remember that rotation with legumes will not maintain the nitrogen supply If the legume crops are all sold. At least part of the growth must be plowed under, as provided for In th above rotation systems. Also that crop residues must be promptly returned to the land and carefully distributed. Ily keeping In mind these most Important facts he should have no dlfllculty In maintaining fertility, tf no stock except the work animals Is kept. lieno-flclalf s two-yeafirst-yea- iNItKiWIONAL SlirMS(DOL Lesson (Fly O. K. ROAP5 CONSTRUCTION OF ROAD DRAG When Principles Are Thot tute of Chicago.) Ri:i.I.i:il3. Director or Kven-In- s brpartmcnt The Moody Ulble Insti- LESSON FOR MAY UNPROFITABLE IJ8HON TKXT-Ul- 24 SERVANTS. 17:1-1- ke i WINTER CHURNING (T. It. Ilrynnt, Superintendent Agricultural Kxtenslon. Kentucky Kxperi-ment Station.) A few common difficulties that many are perhaps experiencing In churning at this season may make the following suggestions of interest. Under ordinary farm conditions the cream Is saved from several mllkings nnd this state of affairs must be handled very carefully, not to bring on I I c ii store. Third, butter fat Is composed of several different fats, varying In degrees of hardness. A liberal supply ot green or succulent fees' funds to Increase the proportion ot softer fats, but when the cow In given only dry feeds, tho reverse Is truo, Eucculent food may best be provided In silage, root crops or winter pastures, such as rye, etc. The right kind ot cream, churned at tho right temperature, should yield the butter In 30 to 40 minutes, llutter churned In a shorter time Is liable to have been over warmed, too harshly churned or by other means rendered Inferior. Cream should be churned In a hollow churn, I, e., devoid of dashers, and should not ba over half Ailed. such difficulties as bad flavor In the butter, difficult churning, etc In the first place it Is essential that scrupulous cleanliness of utensils, etc., be had. It Is desirable that the bacterial growth In the cream should not proceed to any considerable extent until the ripening process to which the accumulated mass as a whole should be subjected. In the second place keep the mass sweet until ripening time a cool place should be provided. Where Ice ls not abundant this can best be accomplished by putting the cream In a tall narrow can and Immersing In cold water The cream can be ripened by being kept nt a temperature of about 6S degrees for 8 or 10 hours. During this period the cream should be stirred frequently. Sometimes cream foams when we feel that the butter should bo coming. This Is almost exasperating at times. The cause Is probably one of tho following three: First, the cream may be too thin. The suspended fat globules are too widely scattered to be easily struck together and make to stick. The cream should contain from 25 to 30 per cent of butter fat, which, by the way, Is much thicker than the average farm cream. Second, the cream may bo too cold. In winter the cream should ordinarily be about CO to 62 degrees to get the best results. Higher temperatures are liable to make the butter too oily. Duttermaklng without a dairy thermometer Is the worst sort of guesswork. This simple Instrument can be had for 2G cents at almost any drug This lesson Is closely connected with that of last week; while spoken especially to his dlBClples It was most fPropnred by tlm t'nllwl Sutra Depart- probnbly at the same time and In ment of Agriculture.) tho same atmosphere as that of tho Drags nre often constructed of The teaching Is a conplanks Instead of logs. The plank other lesson. that just given and which tinuation of should bo strengthened along the mid- grow of the hospitality Jesus redle line by a strip. A trian- ceived out tho Pharisee's house. Tho In gular strip may be used under the heart of Jesus was filled with compaslower edge of the blade to give It the Mo, sion for the needy multitude, proper cutting slope. the Good Shepherd, was seeking the Tho successful operation of the drag lost sheep, Ills anger was kindled Involves two principles, which when against the men whose love ot money thoroughly understood and Intelligentand of show had calloused them In ly applied make road working with It the presence of this multitude. this Implement ve.-- simple. The first was in this spirit (hat bo turned and concerns the length and position of taught his disciples. tho hitch, while tho second deals with A Special Warning. the position of the driver on the drag. I. "Take Heed to Yourselves," w. For ordinary purposes the snatch link It Is Inevitable that occasion of or clevis should be fastened far enough toward the blade end of the stumbling shall come. Satan ls not chain to force the unloaded drag to going to lose his spoil without putting follow the team at an angle of 45 forth hla best endeavor to hold, to endegrees. This will cause the earth to snare, to trap men. God, however, move along the face of the drag has taken this into his plan and makes smoothly and will give comparatively them to work out for the good ot hla light draft to the team, provided the people, Ps. 76:10; II Cor. 12:7. Why does God permit evil In the worldl driver rides In the line of draft, If small weeds are to be cut or a tie uses these stumbling blocks to furrow of earth Is to be moved, the test us and we who are approved are doubletree 'should be attached rather made manifest, I Cor. 11:10. This does close to the ditch end of the drag. not mean that we are guiltless It The drag will now move nearly ditch through one we fall, nor minimize tho end foremost, and the driver should guilt ot the one through whom they stand with one foot on the extreme come, see Matt. 18:7. Wo as followforward end or the front slab. This ers must go to every possible length will awing the drag back to the prop- to avoid being an occasion to another, er angle and will cause the blade to I Cor.8:9, 13; 10:32; Rom. 14:13. In plow. This hitch requires slow and this lesson (v. 2) Jesus sounds a specareful driving in order to prevent the cial warning against those who causa one ot his little ones to stumble, e. g.. those weak In faith, this hungering multitude who follow him, these "babes In Christ," as well as children of tender years- - Particularly, however. Is this doom pronounced upon those who divert from paths ot righteousness the course of childhood. Not only men who prey upon those of tender years, who exploit their labor or cause their moral corruption, but careless and Indifferent parents should ponder these words. To hinder a child from accepting Christ or cause It to stumble through a sinful example will reap an awful retribution. The word The Plank Drag. as here used ls another InI "theso" drag from tipping forward. If the dication of the nearcss ot childhood blado should plow too deeply, the driv- to our Lord In his earthly life. er should shift his weight toward the ' To avoid such a danger each Indiback slab. If straw and weeds clog vidual life muBt "take heed" (v. 3), the blade, they can usually be re- (I Tlm. 5:1C). Appealing to his dismoved It the driver shifts his weight ciples Jesus showed tbem their true to a point as far as possible from the attitude towards a sinning man was , to rebuke him. Lev. 19:17, and If ho ditch or blade end, It Usually two horses are enough to repented he should be forgiven. pull a drag over an ordinary earth wns here that the Pharisees and rulers road. When four horses are used had failed. They were "blind leaders they should be hitched to the drag of the blind" and failed to see the by means of a evener. The eagerness of tho sinners and publicteam should be driven with one horse ans to hear Jesus, a movement which on either side of the right-hanwheel Indicated a desire to reach a higher track or rut the full length of the moral plane. Understanding this, they portion to be dragged, and the return would have forgiven them even though made over the other half of the road- It to be unto "seven times In the day." way. The object of this treatment Is Forgiveness here means to dismiss or to move earth toward the center of to send away. Nothing Impossible, the roadway and to raUe It gradually above 'the surrounding level. While II. "Increase Our Faith," vv. 5:10. s this Is being accomplished all Such a program as that just outlined and ruts will be filled, Into must have staggered the apostles as which traffic will pack the fresh earth. they thought of their own Inability so to conduct their lives. This exclamaEXPENSE OF ROAD BUILDING tion reveals their sense of the Importance, superiority and difficulty ot his come Into personal felInteresting Comparison Compiled by ideals. Ab weour Lord that the eyes lowship with Department of Agriculture Showot our understanding aro opened and ing Money Spent. we seo our importance and tho neceshaviug him fulfil In us that An Interesting comparison between sity of lacking ot his Ideals. Their which the expenditure on public ronds In petition Is was a recognition ot ability the United States In 1901 and In 1912 i In response-tas their has Just been compiled by the depart-- as well cry ofhe willneed. Bupply, Mark 9: our ment of agriculture through Its office ' Nothing Is Impossible to him of public roads, showing the tremen-growth that has taken place In (v. 6), Phil. 4.13. The illustration is dous easy to remember. The Insignifithe movement for better hlghwuya one cant little seed of tho mustard has within the last eight years. power of growth and In 1904 the total expenditures on all in It tremendous many thousand times public roads In the United States was development, its own weight and bulk, Bee MatL $79,771,617. but In 1912 tho expendiIt tures for this purpose amounted to 13:31, 32, because lawsls linked with of life, with expenditure per God's tremendous Tho omnipotence. Our Lord contrasts mile of public ronds In the United removal ot a States for 1904 was $37.07, but the ex- such power with tho wondor wo rependitures per mile for the year 1912 sycamore tree; small lasting lesson such a vivid and had doubled, amounting to 474.65. The ceive even tho weakexpenditure per Inhabitant In 1904 of tho power ot faith, prlnclplo neces1b a was $1.06, but In 1912 It amounted to est faith. Faith sary to overcome tho obstacles In $1.78. way ot measuring up to his Ideals The greatest progress In road build- the equal ing has been made In the states If It ls of tho right quality, It Is doing ot tho most mighty things. which contribute from the state treas- to tho uses this uries toward tho construction of state-at- Passing from which contrast Jesus follows (vs. or trunk-linroads. In 1904 there tho parable suggest an apwere 13 statoa that contributed out Tho word "but" would parent departure from this subject of the general fund $2,607,000, but ot any In 1912 there were 35 states which It Is, however, a correction may have arisen that Tho states false Idea that contributed $43,767,438. the cause' having tho largest expenditures for tho doing of duty can bo any rights create state-airoads In 1912 ot boasttuluess or and trunk-linmay expect any special wore as follows: New York, $23,000,-00- wberoby wo Tho disciples, Pennsylvania, $4,000,000; Mary- reward for Bcrvlco. as has beeti suggested, realized tho $3,000,-00$3,370,000; land, Connecticut, difficulty of obeying bis commands, yet they knew tbat such obedience, would assure them tho highest re-- i Both Questions Important. Ills words implied1 subjoct of good roads Is one that wards ot faith. The such a conclusion, question ot and warranted them not to make the will not down, but the hence ho warus keoplnf good roads ts quite aa reward the motive of their survlo. plied Work Is Simple. 2x6-lncfour-hors- e mud-hole1 24-21 d e e derstood and Intelligently . UnAp- OOl.DKN TKXT "He that gtorlMh. let him glory In the Lord." I Cor. 1:11. i I'aec Knur. THE CITIZF.N. May 21. 1911. LOCAL PAGE NEVS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOUR CPS o ii o , COMING May 27th and 0 June 1st lr ntnl tv A. I" Sn.rnififa reNearly all of the Fire Insurance turned the ilr.-- t or the week from Companies have withdrawn from; Hoyd, Ky.. where they liml been on e ri Willi Mr. Win. the state, but Breck CS, Evans ja some Old Strong Companies; niuiiiiii. that will furnish Any Kind ofln-- , Mr ,,;irk, n,irni:iii of you want. milil un in town on business Fri- Ilran-havllicli-surance BRECK &. EVANS O0000000040000 - Queen Esther p. m. Tabernacle, 7:30 HEREA COLLEGE Mr. J. M. Bonnvita, of Chicago, will be at our store, Friday and Saturday, May 22 and 23. in Mr. Bonavita has spent several years the coffee business, and will be here for the purpose of talking and explaining good coffee to you. Don't fail to visit our store during this time. Mrs. IWI Vim Winkle and Mrs. LOOKING YOUR BEST U'IinIiiikI took Hie teachers' exatni- a( UiuIiihoikJ lust week. Your photoKrabh It your representative nillj and it ihould show you t your belt. We Mr. K- t f .tones (raveling sales will V.. In vnn In Infill rouf belt and l dii.Mil Smiilnv with friends in hat you are not ashamed o( your appear- n,,,.,., Mr. ami Mr.. I M. Morgan are Over Bf tea Bank and Trust Co. nilini: for several days with - THE OCG STUDIO day. Commencement 1914 Mar 24, SUNDAY-S- RICHARDSON & COYLE NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE era la G. A. UV.H.LN.NUMT HMS a. Main Street 7:30 a. . in London. Stnm ia Vtitti Oual rUrMaia Cwnt 7:30 p.m. Mar 27, WEDNESDAY Marie liunl7leiiian, who lias Mi, 29, FRIDAY rirw-LU'atrhr,. and lewetrr of all been trimming for Mrs. Laura Cr Julian A complete .lonex for several weeks, returned Faaaa'atiaa 1:50 p.m. kind carefully repaired fine of jewelry. co:nped of w.iclieK, to Ikt home at Cincinnati Monday AJiVcm la LittrarjSacittitt 7:30 p. m. diamond ring. apeciacic, i"-i"r-i HON. J. 1. MITT. AjbmO.. N. C of this Week. etc. for ale. MEMORIAL DAY Ma; 30. SATURDAY Hardware, The largest line of buggies in eastNext door to Clnrliton' StaaVat Eitrciwt 9:IS .m. Main Street ern Kentucky now on exhibition at AMrfii ia Ckaatt . . . . 2:30 p.m. (ad) Welch's. ActaVaj Eiaititiaa 7:30 p.m. Mr. .1. I. Slary of Loudon, Ky., L, & N. TIME TABLE Caaawactatrat Vatatioa Day wa in town on business last Satur May 31. SUNDAY 10:IS a.. Prxtiiia North Bound, Local day. Straw ta CrtJaatti 10:45 a... 7:00 a. m 10:55 p. m. Knoxville Ir. M. M. llobinon of Manchester 1:07 p. m. 3:62 a. tn. Aiitnt la Rtlif Wai SaclttMi 7:30 p.m. BEREA is visiting this week with Dr. and KtV CKar0UlATSI0ND.IaiM.N.T. 6:30 p. m. 7:45 a. m. Mis. II. F. Robinson. Mr. Robinson Cincinnati EXAMINATIONS Jaw 1 South Bound. Local graduated from the Medi 7:30 Jaat 1, MONDA- HanoMU Caacert p. m. has jiM 8:15 C:30 a. m. Cincinnati (Biyottij) cal school at Louisville, Ky. 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. BEREA JaM 2, TUESDAY Rcaaiaa Naraul Graa'aittt Mr. .1. H. Moon- - spent Sunday 7:00 p. m. 6:50 a. m. Knoxville Bauattl Mtttiat 3:30 p. m. wilh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Express Train AMrtit 7:30 a.at. Callfft Caal Moore, on Walnut Meadow I'ike. No. 33 will stop to Uke on passen-Ker- s JUNE 3. WEDNESDAY, COMMENCEMENT Mr. Tom l.ewallen. who has been for Knoxville and points beyond. Industrial and SttvnA Exhibit! K.Otllfl) m. in I he College hospital .for some 8.10 a m. South Bound Irurrkm from Ijvi' Hall I line wilh typhoid fever, was able RihltxU of Gradual X a.m. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati Conferring of tgi,f House last 11,) a m. lo be taken In Hie Davis 11:55 a. m. BEREA p.m. . Commfncrmffll Addmf Friday. No. 32 will stop at Berea to Uke Ha. P. r. CUitM. U. S. Cmwmmmt 4 tit Welch's guarantee on buggies is on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and Dinrier. Normal Graduates ant CoJIa worth more alone than lots of bug JO p m. GunU points beyond. (ad) gies, North Bound Mr. W. II. Thacker, employee of Fall Term Opana Wednetdajr, September 16 4:45 p. m. BEREA (be L. A N. It. It, visited homefolks 8:60 p. m. Cincinnati ' for a few days litis week. cow Mr. mcar nays wa a nusiness Get those (ad) viMlor lo Cincinnati last Thursday. neas at Welch's. Mr. Raymond works, sinueni or, Mr. W. J. Farmer, traveling sales- man for Zarinu' or Richmond was at Hie 1. K. S. N, visited with Mr. Slrolhcr (Soil the llrsl of the week. home the llrst of the week. Mr. V. IS. I towers and family and Mr. Hill June, is traveling through i Hstill county this week for his Mr. .1. H. Richardson and family ARE THESE PRICES AT WELCH'S father, Mr. Frank Jones, who trav- - spent Sunday al Narrow (lap. of Ford, who Mis- - Kale Thomas: out of Lexington for a dry goods Other's Special Prices Not So Good els ha been visiting her friends, the firm. Mr. C. Tippet of Whichever, Hep- - Misses Onllilh, returned home of the Masonic In'ur- - day. Do you want lo buy a nice fresh nnre Co., was in (own several days Jersey cow? If so tee Tarlton 85 cts. last week. MEAL, perbu. (ad) The best buggies in the world at Combs. Herea. Ky. $1.00 221bs GRANULATED SUGAR (ad) Mr. .lack Wood, who attended the Welch's. Mr. Kidd Richardson, who is em- - athletic meet at Ceorgetown, stopped per pound, 4 cts. BEANS ployed at Paris to lay brick, spent over for a few days with his broth-SundROASTED COFFFE per pound, 15 cts. on Chest- - er, Alfred. with homefolks nut SL Mrs. F.lnier Moore is spending this Mr. John Jackson, after an ex- - week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. tended I rip of several weeks in Kan- - Feliv Kstridce. sas City and .Denver, returned to Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Honar of llerea last Friday for a few weeks' Madisonville. 0.. are visiting Mr. visit. and Mrs. W. II. I tower. Mr. lied lliiighain, brick mason, Mr. Corcoran, Hie Hie Four pas-wis employed at Paris, spent the sender agent, made a business (rip week end with his family on Chest- - here Monday. nut SI. Mr. Ora Adams, who was visiting r, Mr. N. S. Webb of Dulutli, en his Mrs. Lnnvell of Itrusli roiile lo Chicago by way of St. Creek, returned Saturday. Louis, slopped olT in llerea Monday Miss Llla Adams is visiting Mr. for a few hours' visit. and Mrs. W. II. Ilrannaiiian of Hoyd, Mrs. fireen Hill and children of Ky. I let bany, W. Va., arrived Friday for Mrs. William Duncan and child-- I an extended visit with her mother, ren spent Thursday with Mrs. Dun- Mr. Henry Leiisfolliier recently . exercises of tho Flat Itiver schools Mrs. L. C. Hubbard and other rela- - can's sister. Mrs. Orris Moore. week there were thirteen lives. Mr, Durard Colt is spending a, licmlil Mr. J. II. Itieliardson's store la.t on Main SI., and will movo uad- - from lint IiikIi school and S. II. Combs has three houses and! few days with Mr. W. II. Hranna- from Hid grammar it lo Ins ol on Jackson St. Mr. llicli- -j twenty-seve- n lots for sale on Center St., joining mini of Hoyd. Herea College property. $1500 each.) Mrs. Fannie Campbell of Kingston., aiiNon will erect a new building on school. The baccalaureato serinon was preached by Mr. Comb. ;"D Inil., is visiting her daughter, Mrs.) Ins lot, Deputy Sheriff W. A. Johnson was Charles Ilurdelte. A CORRECTION Mr. D. X. Click rt'turned last1 in Lexington last Thursday on bus- Mr. I M ward Itiiigham. who is em- - Tliiiixlav from a ton ilay.s' visit with Through an error in proof readniess. pyed al Whitesbiirg, Ky spent ,js (laughter. Mrs. Fred Turner, at ing it was staled in the report of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Muncy wero! Sunday with his family! Ho reports tliat X. Vernon, lud. Hie Council meeting published in visiting in Richmond last Saturday. r. Miss Amy Todd, who has been farmers there aro way hcliind with The Cilien last week" that the Conml Mrs. Win. Haley visited itinc her friends in Hrush Creek, their spring work iu account of bad llege receives hack the street through with Mr. and Mrs. Thus. I.ogsdon of returned Sunday. weather, the conditions being even the Public Sipiaro that was I'aint Lick last Sunday. Mr. Morgan h'vuns of Paint Lick woie than here, (iras.s and wheat, lo have been used for park purposes Dr. and Mrs. S. It. Baker were in was a llerea visilor Monday of (his however, am looking well. read should have only. This Richmond on business Thursday of week. Mr. Kdgar Moore went to Uinc.in-ciuna- ti Dial the College receives hack the last week. Miss llertie .Norwcll. former stud- Public Tuesday and bought a new street through Hie Tho very best giiaraiileed rubber! enl of llerea, was isiling with Sipiare and the plot of land east nf lliiic touring car. tires used at Welch's. They put.fr tl in town recently. same that was to havo been used for I hem on for $1 1.00 per set. (ad) Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Can'lleld are en- I'.ll.t park purposes only. 1. M. Colt and Miss Mr. Mr. Frank Jones is spending thls lertainliig Mr. (Inn field's parents, of Adams were visiting Hie tlrst of the week at lioiiii: l.llchlleld, Ohio. NOTICE week wilh Mr. and Mrs. Win. IlranMiss Cleo Spicer spent the tlrst few lie. it ordained by the city of He. naiiian of Hoyd, Ky. das of the week visiting friends in rea, Ky.. Mr. J. M. Combs, a former Herea Itichuiond. That it will be unlawful for any Mr. Archie Dean llradshnw of worker, lias recently been made automobile or motorcycle- - lo run on fiarrard counly, was in town principal of the Flat Itiver, Mo., Hie streets, alleys, or passwnys of one day Hie llrsl of the week on lius- - Hiuli School. Mr. Combs has been Herea without a light in front and director of the Manual Training in rear of automobile, and in front of lll'S. . Mr. and Mrs. Tlios. Young of Cor- - Hie Flat Itiver school the past term, motorcycles, between the time of to thai position was bin. Ky., have been spending sov-.nn and sun-uera I days with Mrs. Young's sister,, at a recent meeting of tlio Hoard of Sec. 2. No automobile or motor-cc- e Mrs. Harry MrCluro. Kdneation. At the coninienceinent shall b allowed to run more than twelve miles per hour In the ily limits. All laws Ihal coullicl with this law S-are hereby repealed. 1E Any one olfejidiug either one of these sections shall upon conviction be fined not less than live nor more--I linn twenty dollars for each offence. A. MARCUM, The Jeweler i. friend .Mi .... Sit, Berea. Kjr. Berea, Kentucky Sll New Millinery All the Time There are constant new developments in tlic millinery world and we take pains to keep posted on tliem. Our stock is always being freshened with the new ideas, as the' appear in the leading fashion centers. The fact is that e buy the novelties as soon as available anil no matter how extreme your wishes you can most probably have the id filled at our store, Vou are welcome to inspect our stock at any time, whether you intend to buy or not. I t t 5 . Y- .. Carner Main and Center ifisb's "wt' Strawberrie ..... 1 Strawberries whip-poor-w- ill j REGULAR ----- JOE W. STEPHENS Strawberries Strawberries SPECIAL VALUE You women who appreciate up-t- o date styles for the lowest price. In Millinery, Coat Suits, Dresses, Shirt Waists and Blouses, in fact every thing that is smart and new for ladies and children, see ay ho j i grad-buildi- j W ffla2wi "" B. E. BELUE & CO. Richmond - I - Kentucky vis-M- ed ITBrW WtW There's a comfort vou can get in underwear Crutch that ed maybe you don't realize. The "Goodknit" Athleitc Union Suit with the closed crotch and ry, opening down one leg is comfort supreme. It is The Racket Store nd sun-dow- p. I made full and loose, cool and convenient. Try one. CLARKSTON L9R Near Bank Deering Mowing Machines and Rakes MJAIN STREET, HAYES & GOTT Main Street FOR SALE A square piano ut a bargain, M. I.. Also two stoves. Spink. .... "The Cash Store" Berejf Kentucky May 2lk toil. MEM0RIAL THE CITIZEN. ANNOUNCEMENTS NEIGHBORHOOD RALLY An all day meeting was held Pae Five al You Can Save $1 a Week Almost any one can save this amount, with even a little economy. After a few weeks it becomes a habit and this small amount in the course of ten years would make quite a sum. $5.00 saved every month with the 4 per cent compound interest that we allow will amount to $775.00 in ten years. WOULD THIS $775 BE WORTH THE EFFORT? The smaller your present Income the mote need you have for a savings account. There is no safer, surer war for you to accumulate a competence than by saving regularly from your earn Ings. $1.00 Is all that Is necessary to open an account with this bank. Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky COLLEGE ITEMS UNION CHURCH NEWS Mr. Sum Muylleld Nexl Sunday dm Union Church of this Senior will unite with the oilier churches class who has accepted a position of I hi- - I own in Memorial services to BEREA GIRL WINS HONORS us Principal tif IIh1 Novvbcrn High he held in Hie college chapel under Word comes from National Park School at iWwbein, 'IVnn., left Mon- the auspices of Hie (hand Army of Seminary at Washington that Hilda day for it few days' visit Hutu. Mr. the Hepublie. Welch has again carried off Hie honM. I'.. Vaughn, who is to ho our new ors at Iheir annual tapping. Secretary, lias held Iho position for The work of painting tin; Parish She has been a student al National Ihc past (wo years. Mouse is now iiimIct way and will ho Park a little over two years, having Itov. John M. Marmillan of Hid Nor- completed very shortly. graduated there in 1910. During her mal department t'otiducted the ves-uSenior year she won similar honors hour service of (lit! Coiiunenco-ei- it The mid-wemeeting this week and having relurned this Spring tor exercises at Union College, ser-ic- e. will he in Hie nature of a praise some studies in art she again decidKy., .Sunday evening. We will sing th(! favorite? ed lo enler the literary Meld and has Prof. V. J. (iriintead of lUclitnond hymns, lie ready with yours. won the colors. spent Monday with Prof. Lewis. Following her commencement, sho Miss lllanchc Slovens or Doings of Endeivorers will visit a few weeks before reformer student of Iterea, l.at Sunday night a joint meeting luming to Kentucky, where she exwas vhdllng friemls in llerea Sun-- i of Hie .Juniors and Seniors was held, pects to spend the remainder or tho day. wilh Miss firace YViUon, representsummer. Miss (ieitrinle Collcttc, former ing the Senior society, and Miss student of llerea. was visiting her (hare l.ee, representing the Juniors, GE0RGET0N WINS many friends last Friday. sweetly A duet was a leaders. hi Ihe intercollegiate debate thai Prof, and Mrs. 0. Clark were sung hy l.enora llolliday mid Kath-ecitook place al Oeorgetown on Friday visiled from lal Kriday until TuesDick. night, May 15, between Oeorgetown day by Mr. Clark's cousin. Miss Ida College and Transylvania UniversiWilt, of Irvine, and also an old time An K.udeavor social was held al the ty, the Oeorgetown team won a friend of Mr. Clark's. Mr. F. K. Parish' House Wednesday evening, unanimous decision. of Madis Ohio.' and proved to he a very enjoyable The subject lor debate was, rea If air. solved: That the United States BASEBALL Should Abandon tho Policy Knunci-ale- d Academy team deTint Y. M. C. A. in What is Commonly Called athfeated the Normal team, on tho G. A. R. AND W. R. C. Ihe Monroe Doctrine. The Y. M. C. A. meeting of last letic Held, Monday morning hy n Sunday evening, conducted by Pro scoro of I i to 7. the meetings last Saturday of The men on each team are as folfessor Lewis and Stanley Ault, was Cap! James West and Woman's Re lows: Transylvania University, Mca continuation ot me discussion oi lief Corps there was the largest at- - Carthy, Albrillou and Tbrelkcld. SENIOR GIRLS ENTERTAINED 'Clijk.ii i.iittpnui.iif itM Tin girl of the college Senior "Life work" problems. " .. tendance in many mouths. A ten . i i'".1' . iii.--.i iiuiin n..itfrnt mvn Pll. .. i . . presented. cent dinner was served to about lege, itarneii, ratterson anu r .f 1.1 uvvigui Lewis Professor clan were delightfully entertained' hy Miss He,verox at a picnic Mon- - "leaching as a means or great ser-d- sixty people. F.lahorate plans were II. Willed, a former llerea student. ty afternoon al Malory Springs. A wee, to the pupil and to the made for the observance of Memor- "SHOWER" TOR MISS KNEELAND lunch was served, the class niunity. ial Sunday and Memorial Day. II A very delightful surprise was' Mr. Stanley Anil showed the pns-- r was agreed to invite all the girls and colors were used in the decoration given Miss Helen Kneeland on the' sibililies in Journalism for oppor- - boys of Ihe schools who wished to the table and Hie napkins were lawn of Dr. Roberts Tuesday after-- 1 do so lo participate in the march to nooiJS The hostesses of wo kinds, quite a number or (unities to mold public opinion. were Mrs. The mcctiiii: was doubly attractive Ihe cemetery the morning of Me- Roberts and Mrs. Sallie Hanson. Tho which bore Cupid's emblems. The being held on the eatn- - morial Day. each carrying a Mag or occasion was in every way enjov- - liecatise id cause of ,tlie occasion was tho imable and appropriate songs and pus lawn and Ihe increased attcnu-anc- e bouquet of Mowers. pending wedding of Miss Kneeland showed "sucfi an "appreclatfon Mrs. Susan liruiiimctt of Living- and a "shower" of useful household loats enlivened the evening. of open air meetings, that weather ston was initiated into the W. It. C, riirui'ihiiiu's was given the bride lo SOPHOMORE PARTY ixsuntliiig. Ihe two remaining meet- making the present membership be. I he College Sophomore Class en ings of Ibis term will be held out- Iwenly-lw- o. Of this number sixteen! joved it pleasant evening at the side. Next Sunday Mr. II. F.. Taylor were prc-cn- l. INTERESTING LECTURE home of Dr. anil Mrs. Ilaiuc last will talk on business as a vocation llev. J. Verity or Middletown, 0., Monday night COMING EVENTS After a pleasant ami Profesor llumold will present who is spending some days in llerea, walk the Chinese lanterns guided Law. WKDNLSDAY NIOHT, May 27: Con-ce- il delivered an interesting illustrated Ihe parly across Hie creek to "the by llarmonia Society, Tho lecture in Ihe chapel Wednesday Dr. Maine enter-taino- d Sipiire's" home. DELIGHTFUL CONCERT Cantata of Queen Ksther. night on Palestine and Kgypt. Mr. 21): Foundation School Verily conducted the gospel meethis gucrds by a delightful The orchestra went to Michmoiid FRIDAY, May reading from Tennyson and Kipling. Graduation. ings in Herea sixteen years ago. Ho 'Saturday, May Idth, to assist Prof. SATURDAY, May 30: Memorial Day; is also delivering lectures at NarPunch and cake were then served Koch in giving the cantata "Hia- and the students wended their way 'vvalha." The orchestra was at its Academy (iraduation. row Cap, Hurls Settlement and the hack lo town in lime for (he nine lies), and was heartily appreciated SUNDAY, May 31: Haccalaurcate wel end. Ihirly bell. II was in every vvav a hv a crowded house, Sermon. THE EARLYS ENTERTAIN ery enjoyable occasion. Many inquiries like the following MONDAY NIOHT, June I: Concert Mr. 'and Mrs. J. M. Early very deby llarmonia Society, Tho Canwere made, "Are all these players STUDENTS ATTENTION lightfully entertained Dr. and Mrs. tata of Queen Ksther. Hig Four Route Representative from Iterea or did you hire some of WKDNKSDAY, Juno 3: Commence1.. A. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. 1). II. James P. Corcoran will he al lloone them?" ment Day. Speakers: Hon. P. P. ICoddiuglou to dinner al their homo Needless lo say, all who went had in- -! .'I, furnishing Tavern, June I, Claxlon. United States Commis- on Chestnut St. last Friday evening. a iieiigiiiiui lime. formation regarding rales, train sersioner of Kducalion; Rev. C. Rux-ro- Among the various delightful and The cantata "Hiawatha" given by vice, and the checking ot baggage Raymond, Former Superin- delicious things served was a big girl glee club, under the able (ad) Hie for the close of school, tendent of Extension at llerea, t eight and a hair pound "roe shad" direct ion oT Prof. Koch is a charmwhich came from Lake Erie. now id Mrooklyu, N. Y. ing work, and was beautifully rendSERVICES AT KERBY KNOB ered, doing great credit to the diCIVIC IMPROVEMENT On Sunday next Dr. and Mrs. RobSELLS TARM MACHINERY (Continued from I'age Our.) I am an agent for (he Walter A. erts will speak al Kerby Knob rector. The ladies voices seemed to he in Wood M. R. M. Co. mowing nia- -; king. Hooks have been written to lY'ough the invitation of friends laid arrangements made by Miss An- perfect accord and Iho very appro- chines, rakes, disc and tooth har- - help people plan for him; prayers na Powell, who. with Miss Pitts, will priate Indian costumes against a rows, gram drills, wagons, etc. Call have been said, money has been banked with the natural green jand see samples and get my prices. raied. streets have been cleaned, old go wilh Dr and Mrs. Huberts. Ser- L. H. Hrevver, vices will be at eleven o'clock. A f 'hi' forest made an effect delight- tenements have been torn down and ft picturesque. largo audience is expected. Sturgeon, Ky. new houses erected; vacation schools .ad er ne Van-derlip , ay roni-dalnrd I I The preparations for I ho memorial season are not on a less scale than usual. The several churches or Ho-runile in the exercises of Memorial Sunday, May 21th, al 11:00 a. m. These are held in the College chapel and the sermon Is prenched by llev. II. L. McMurry, Hie son of a union soldier. All old soldiers arc asknl lo meet In front of Lincoln Hall al (en o'clock, lo make final arrangements. All who have memorial badges please wear them. Members of Hie Woman's Itelief Corps will gather in Hoom 80, north end or Wives and daughters of chapel. soldiers are invited to meet with Ihem preparatory to being seated In a body In the chapel. All sons and grandsons of I he veterans are lo iissemble between tho chapel mid library, al 10:15 to form A for marching into the chapel. coininillee from the W. II. C. will furnish each one with a red, white and blue badge. On Memorial Day, Saturday, May .'Ml, the inarch to Hie cemetery, from Hie chapel grounds, will begin at 8:mi a. m., in the following order: The hand; old soldiers; Woman's Relief Corps and llower girls (in carriages ; sons and oilier descendants id the old comrades; children under I S, carrying Mags or Mowers; citizens generally. After Hie imprc.ivn exercises in Ihe cemetery all return to the College campus, bill with less regard to an exacl order. Here the several divisions reform for entering Iho chapel as on the previous Sunday. There a line patriotic program will begin at !:.'10. There will Ins recitations, music, a short address hy Prof. Dodge, marching Mag exercises, etc. Tor the Further announcements afternoon will then be made. All baskets brought for family and picnic dinner may be deposited in Iho morning and checks received. Turn aside from secular affairs and honor Ihe Nation's defenders! ea Narrow (lap on Sunday the I7lh, which was largely attended hy Iho people oi Ihe community. Mr. Hudson and Miss Fox wcro in charge and a prolllahle program was given. Prof. Robertson spoke In tho morning on the value of a church to the community. In Hie afternoon addresses were given by Mr. Herndon on Hie Sunday School as a Huslhoss Knlerprise. by Dean McAllister on Whiskey and Cigarettes, by Mrs. Ilolderinaii on the Women and Olrls of a Coinniunlly, hy Mr. Hurgess on The Coming Man, by Mr. Montgomery on Leaders of Hie Community, by Mr. Knight on What It Means to he a Christian. Miss Sinclair sang several solos. Narrow Hap s a pleasant community and those who went nut wcro llnely entertained. The Central and Eastern Kentucky Real Estate and Timber Agency OF BEREA, KY. Solicits Your Patronage All persons, any place, wishing to sell or invest in property of any kind, in the best town in the state (that's Ilcrca you know), Farm lands in the garden spot of the world, (that's Central Ken tucky too), Mineral, Timber Land or Timber Proposition?, in one of the richest sections in the United States in natural resources (that's Eastern Kentucky also), ora'likc proposition in any other sute) the opening of part of God's country (that's the South just list is going to turn the investing tide the world's greatest water-wa- y with us, and give us your orders, and we'll do the rest. No, not altogether lor the fun of it, but a very reasonable commission. A Square Deal it Our Motto No Trade Made, No Money Paid Phone No. 150, J. W. HOSKINS, Mgr. Berea, Saturday, May 23, '14 AFTERNOON AND NIGHT That Big Texas Show THE I. X. L. RANCH Frontier Days in a Mighty Combination wilh the GREAT HARRIS SHOWS GREAT PRICE SHOWS FOR A SINGLE OF ADMISSION Cowboys, Cowgirls, Real Indians, Mexicans, Cosacks. A gathering of the Representative Rough Riders of the World. The Nation's Own Historical Amusement. A Show with Speed, Excitement and Sensation. See Big Tom, the last of the Buffalo; the Champion Lady Rider, Princess Mohawk. $100.00 to the man that brings to our tents a horse or mule our cowboys cannot ride. See Colonel Harris' Trained Animals. Twenty Funny Clowns. FREE EXHIBITION AT SHOW GROUNDS, STREET PARADE AT have been opened under the direction id expert teachers; but best of all the children who are most in need havo in thousands of cases been provided .with a placo to breathe in, a placo whero they can have games and sunshine and freedom. 1 1 P.M. P. M. that must grind away day after day and year after year in much tho samo manner, never daring lo break over conventionalities and live in a natural way. Thus urban customs "doth make cowards of us all." (('out i nued next week) Opportunities do not come with their values stamped upon them; every one must be challenged. Mallbla T Rabcock. When my 111 schooled spirit Is afiaiuu Some noble, ampler life to win, I'll Btop and ear, -Tho aids to noble life- are alt within." Matthew Arnold. The greatest man la he who chooses the right with Invincible resolution, who resists the sorest temptations from within and from without, who bears the heaviest burdens cheerfully, and whose relluncu on truth, on virtue, on God, Is most unfaltering. W. K. Channlng. Under normal conditions tho average child can pretty well tako care of itself in ils games and pastimes after it reaches the ago of eight or leu years. Out in tho open country where life is free and bv city or village con- ...... II I .! veiiiiuuaiuies uiu suuui uuj u.iu usually invent enough kinds of recreation to keep him happy and healthy. The same thing is true in a less degree, perhaps, of tho girl; but in tho city or the town whero almost everything is artillcial il is different. Here the child is not himself, bill like his mother and his father, becomes a pari of the social machine IOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOCCOCOCCOOOOCCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Season Tickets for Our Forthcoming Redpath Chautauqua I In arranging to inaugurate this Chautauqua this year the local committee secured 600 $2.50 season tickets, which Tirl-til- a q 8 wivill onlJ will Ul ouiU) vviiuv fVAir loot- uitjr luoif xjj muni iui - l-- r fhrY-- (rr" if CC . vy v o V nrvuvn. - When these tickets are exhausted no season tickets thereafter can be had for less than $2.50. Also, the price of season tickets will not be reduced from the first day to the close of the Chautauqua. The single admissions to the different sessions of this Chautauqua aggregate more than $4.00, so it will pay you to buy a seascn ticket even after the program has begun. For the single admissions to the respective entertainments see except within the owner's family. program. Season tickets are non-transferab- le CHILDREN'S TICKETS admit children aged six to fourteen years inclusive. children's work free. All children are admitted to the ;oooxxxxooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Chautauqua Week Here, June 21st to 25th Pago Sli. "Then thn game In up. mi-- ' crriZKN. I caught tho tho thlckot. wltt upward glanco of tho girl's eyes It would bo mom likely ho burned mo. - a messngo of thanks, ayl moro You ninko aport'to suggest 1 could Inand ilio had followed htm. t sprang fluence that monitor." "I ilo not," her face changeless In uaidi) amid tho trunks of tree, confl It expression. "Thero la nothing for dent I could not bo seen, that every you to laugh at I know )ou two nru tuvugo eye would bo riveted upon Tho enemies, hut he darn nnt Itnnrn vnnr thoao two advancing figures. uniform. He tins no authority and yon light nfTorded mo sufficient guidance, have, You can accomplish tho rescuo biii! possessed somo Idea of where I of this prisoner It you have tho cour wished to go. I round it witu a dozen age, and will. Thero Is only one thing quick steps, ami, oven a tho first wild scream of discovery burst from for you to say yes, or no." the red throats, I crept In behind a "Answer the lady," I commanded decaying log, at tho very edge of tho sternly. Ills eyes settled on my faco; they opening, and trust my rifle barrel across the rotten bark. Deliberately, were furtive, cowardly. "Oh well I'll go," ho said slowly coolly, with full determination to act, and sullenly. "Hut It's llttlo enough I drew bead on tho red Jacket. They were not five yards nwoy, adgood you'll get out of It, I promlsu vancing straight toward tho startled you." group of chiefs, thn girt slightly In advance, tho firelight on her uplifted CHAPTER XVIII. face, the whlto crucifix gleaming In The Fire In the Clearing. her hands. Tho Englishman, a stop "Go on now," I commnnded grimly, behind, his first mad anger already "and do not forget. Mademoleello, do dying, walked llko a criminal, with you go first, and show tho way. I will lowered head, and eyes glancing fur- keep good guard of the rear." tlvolv aside. Even bv then tho trench She gave me her hand In a long, lin- erous cowardlco of hlra hod returned, gering clasp, and then her slender fig- At sight of his faco I cocked my ure blotted out the red glaro as she weapon, every nervo taut as a bow- mounted the steps. breathing through clinched 'You next, sir," tho words sufllctont- - teeth. I cannot say that I saw much ,, May 21, 19M. Iljr tho god, through FOOT OF THE HILL A the KM.5T StClairS Defeat Romance of By MARY ROBERTS RINEHART. PANDAIX PARRI3H . J. LAVIN ILLUSTRATED-DSYNOPSIS. Hayward, n en. CIIAPTBIt In the United mates army on hi way to Fort Harmar. meets Blmon dirty, a renegade whose name has been connected with all manner of atrocities, also headed for Fort Harmar with a mess.ige d from the British general, Hamilton. guides him to the fort and protect; him from a number of scouts who tried to kill him. Oeneral Harmar's CHAPTEn II-- At headquarters Hayward meets Ilene I) Auvray who professes to recognlie him, although he haa no recollection of ever having seen her before. CHAI'TBIl lit Kayward volunteers to carry a message for llurmar to Sandusky where Hamilton is stationed. The northwest Indian tribes aro - ready for war and the refusal of the are only held back friendly Wyandots to Join. The latter arc demanding the return of v a religious teach- -r whom they iieliova to prisoner. Hayward's mission is to be assure the Wyandot that the man i nnt held hv the soldiers. Hal mar lm pressre on Hayward the necesnlty of reaching Hamilton before Glrtv. CHAPTER IV Rene aska Hayward to let her accompany him. ahe teltt him Wyandot and that she Is a quarter-blooa mleslonary among the Indians. She has been In search ol her father. Hhe Insists that she has seen Hayward beHayward fore, but In a Brltlli uniform. stars for the north accompanied by a scout named Drady and a private soldier. CHAPTER V They come on the trail of a war party and. to escape from the Indians, take aheiter in a mil stand. Hayward flndi a murdered man in sign Hay-warbd I rifle flashed to a level, so quickly could not even throw out my arm, "Say yea, or no! .'lease stand back, 1 I kind room and n which showed Itself In a total disregard of the old man's politics row, drooping chin of tho sleeper. , The and an evident Idea that nt He wakened with a start. score nnd fifteen one should lose all crust over tho smoldering coal had ' Interest In this world and prepare for fallen In and the room was bright. . ,n 1. .1 lv tvitttn htit mv rlfln flnn IWI .. .l ln uia i. . UIVUIICU IIU .llltth lllUfc lUUMlUUb 1, .. i v From somewhere below wa audible " VI, Ill i uir nUl I had no oyes but for the red Jacket ' rraaln'8S t0 enforce the brief ordor. If Grandfather Huxley rebelled, lie a faint, creaking cry, a wall that beat LUrso youI " ,nak0 yu V? for He began to take the against the ear Insistlngly, that t nd yot I must havo perceived It all said nothing. ' I rctnembcr now tho whole sceno, as evening paper upstnlrs after the fam paused for o second, to go on "Hold yourself to words, and If It hung painted before me, ln all Its lly had finished with It, and to H,xnd fresh vigor threats," I returned coolly, "but do as vivid coloring and rapid movement I a great deal of time polishing the Grandfather Huxley looked at the I say move on!" saw tho chiefs start up, grasping their sword he hnd carried In the Mexican clock It was 10.30. so Ellen was not He climbed the stairs, muttering weapons, at the first screech of alarm, at home. He listened for Nora's step. ar saTKeIy w"h following so close a Oerco Intensity In their oyes. A Old people as a rule hove few pos Hearing no one. he got up heavily . fa hlnd ,n mUMje 01 ra' Kun touched glance at thoao two unarmed figures, tension. One by one they dispose of ond went to the head of the stairs. J,, k V UUIK, and thoy stood still, gailng at them, unnecessary things. The belle of 50 The cries kept on. longer now, with ' 1 am P1"ylne- - ,afe- I muttored yet with a shadow upon the dark. yeora ago, who took a dozen trtitiK fewer Intervols for breath, and wun y lrlcl" ' tho tr cowling faces that chilled my blood. and boxes with her to moke a month'' an occasional hoarse note of Infantile He muttered something In Indian "ril?,Jr' "i0 generally has on rage. visit, at seventy-fivdialect I could not understand. , Ve came out on the shore, pausing "You say that to me! You dare say bureoii full of neceas.i The old man lost his look of Indrcl-rleThe yelling ceased; there was no cnt to gaze out across the that! You are a bold man to try and ' a and. locked away In a little slim he turned back Into the room sound, but the pressing forward of me now. Ay. do It then . terJ th? "loom f tno mainland, trunk, n handful of letters and eentl omi fumbled for hla slipper. Then, The red nnd yellow flaraea lit up the bodies, and the crackle of flumes. Tho monsieur." and ahe stepped aside fac-- , And so wlih Orunilfd with an agility that no one In tho Shawnee chief, a dark, saturnine face mental trlflea ..... . ., Penspaco fairly well, but all around .... Ing rae. "this brute of an Englishman stood ther Huxley, the possessions of a IllJUSn- SUBlltM, lail, II" n i:ii. ilii. natal r the b,ack foreU waU cIo8cd ,n tightly. showing under his claims to be my husband." lifetime had dwindled tn a huge up to the nursery was like h grotesque picture ln a erect with folded arms. Down the It t .hnei,H he de- The wicker structure of the boby s ,,.whati't, ..,i,im.H , in , frame, liefore the fire, mostly with lane of warriors, apparently oblivious holstered chair, towith which his old tied was vibrant with Its occupant's part, ond to their presence. Mademoiselle came, flantly refused hUt- 1 counted twen- ' thelr toward U8 , make love to you. but failed, yet hint- rage. From among tho dotted Swlas Englishman slouching behind. The sword " the grass, their red the CHAPTER vi- -it proves to be naoel ed tnat marriage might have been pos-The sword hung In Its scabbard Just ruflllngs and blue ribbons Grandfather crowd of figures hid for a moment n'Auray n.K0"S."r H!lT skln and matted hair showing clear-elble " In be- - across from the old man's bed. where. Huxley extracted his groat grandchild They were silent, motionless, ap- - Urady and his guard, and surged Itene nonpars and Hayward l.i punled by ''Hn did venture thai far. Than. In the sleenless hours that come to and gathered him Into his empty 0111 h inaiit.tir. that thev havi, met be- - ' mnnalmir I vlll toll vnn tha tnifh Ma parenuy sianng inio mo names, ine tween mo and Iappln. fore. Thcre wa alienee; I could hear the age. he could He and dream about It arm. Thn baby quieted at once; hUyelling camo from beyond, won my father to him God alone flndlsh topa. the restleaa From much tramping and dragging f wrinkled old fore relaxed, and he selrecognizes the CHAPTER VII-Rfrom tho other "We of the fire, where wind In the tree murderrd man as her father, who waa knows how and persuaded me to go 1 movements, the heavy breathing of the scabbard was worn oway ot one tied comfortably, seeming to known among tha Indians as through the tribal ceremony. To me. , cauRht fitful glimpse of wildly dano- the excited aavagca; somewhere a dog it was that corner which gave , nlze the practised touch of hands that rhrl.tlnn inH a French woman that inS figures, of anus flung In air. Of barked. Hrno stopped, her hand now Orondfother Huxley his dream of hod handled on occasion, three, gener VIH-S- he tells Hayward her CHAPTER brandished guns, and streaming hair. touching father was exiled from tas French court mockery of form means no more than the soldier's sleeve, her eyes long-agmarches through coctus ations of babies. I saw Mademoiselle riae silently to and had spent his llf" amoag tha Indians to him. It waa the price I paid for confronting It was an hour later when Ellen and desert, his nightmare of converting them to Christianity. her feet, but my hand only gripped on the dark, savage face at her, then plainsago peace." She tiptoed upstair" camo home moment he thirst and heat. -harder on the Englishman's shoulder her. A Englishman, stared I held my long seeing a CHAPTER IX Brady reports h nut the Wyandota!" whlto llelow the sword wos his wife' pic ahead of her husband, then band of marauding Indians In the vicinDrady advanced be- at tho as I watched. "In their eyes' I am thla man's ity and with them Slmcn Olrty. Brady's breath. lure. Thero was another portrait of paused ond, with her finger on her beevidence convinces tha girl that there la squaw," her voice trembling with tween two Indians, his arms bound "Why you hero "gain?" he asked room; a photograph taken lips, cautioned him to silence The a British officer by the name of Hayor scorn, her hand pointing at him. "But hind him, a bloody cloth concealing ln halting English, tho face like her In the -- lien ward who resembles the American. cheeks were furrowed and oldest and the youngest member her his Jaw. He was hts CHAITER X Finding escape from the In the eyes of God, I am not. Ills clothing rags, and he staggered slight- bronze. "I send you to forest white hair parted and tho family sat before the fire In her thin, hand haa never touched me never island cut off Haywaui and his compan-she crimped: but. oddly enough, he never dreamy open eyed content When went ly as he walked. An Indian struck why come back?" ""fr'i',re t0 r',"t an ,Uck from th' . will. Monaleur, I had to tell you." and a looked at that one I am a Wyandot Indians. He was very, saw they were owake. Ellen "Because him with a stick, a vicious blow, and "And I am glad you did. It is better kissed first around Lappln Jerked him forward between Christian," she answered, tho worda very old and he lived In his youth ' over and. stooping down CHAPTER m know " mun the cabin at night Hayward discovers a "fj??6 I tho chiefs and the flro. The warriors slow and distinct. "Wo kill warrior Everything between wn hnzy and the hohy then the old begin to see, broke in the "Oh, e.hlte man In a Iirlttli uniform and "He wakened, and Nora must have. dim The plctur." ot which he looked leaves him for dead, after a desperat. prfgoner, finding hU VOlC. " T U not sat there Impassive, emotionless, their In battle, not by torture, I come with this that I may beg your wn that of a clrl a little old water- been usle,'p." said Granfather Huxley. . .n . . 1.1 nn,1 mnrAllnaa I. ( Rrady look- - prisoner's life. Seo; It Is tho cross XII-T- lie Indians capture my appearance uiai juu uujci. ui, KJn iuiu uuu color of a girl with thoughtful eyes apologetically the cabin after a hard struggle In which mademoiselle, only you prefer the' ed Into that ring of savage faces with of the Great God." Ellen slipped her bond Into his with nnd frivolous hair Haywurd Is wounded. back his aboul- out a quiver, throwing Yankee edition." pressurn, "Huh!" he grunted. "Why should After his ninetieth birthday Grand a grateful little we do without you" , ders. blood trickling down one cheek. I strode forward threateningly. CHAPTER XIII Rene saves Hayward What would we listen to a squaw? Tho warriors father Huxley became ohnormolly sen savages I It even Beemed to me hla eyea smiled. from donth at the hands of the "You coward" 'This family aro men." of tho Shawneea and conceals him ln the cellar of thei sltlv,- Sometimes he could hear she said Impulsively. "No. monaleur. let him talk." and Then one of the chiefs spoke without cabin. without you would be a ship without "So are the Wyandota. scraps of conversation about him ' I heard CHAPTER XIV Hayward discovers a she caught my arm. "We have no time j rising, in deep guttural voice. n keel, wouldn't they aro as the birds of the air. Once And how old Is the old man today half breed negro In the cellnr They enpersonal quarrel. We must tho worda, but they were meaningless. they came to thn villages of the Shaw, Grandfather Huxley smiled, the first gage In a fierce nght. which ends when now for a a Jumble of sound, yet somehow me- nees. You know It well thoy were It's almost uncanny Isn't It?" Ellen got up and the negro accidentally butts his brains save a man's life." for a always Just the some time out against the low roof of the cellar nacing, gruff with threat. The dis- warriors, under great chiefs. Yet they he' "Oh. . "Hie?" the door dark listen to worda of wisdom from n Hut In the nature of things he won't went toward to bring you something "Monsieur Ilrady's. There Is but! cordant yelling ceased, and a meets hts CHAPTER "I'm going double. .Inseph Hayward of the British one way. T waa lor nis sane, me eu mass of forms clustered beyond the squaw. I am Running Water; I havo be with us very long " to ent You ate no dinner ot all, and army. The latter admits that he had a half cirheld D'Auvray a prisoner ln the cabin, deavor to save him from torture, that blaze, drawing together In eat In the councils of my people; I ... One day some army officer dined there ore some of those little cream ... The light nm thn daughter or tne ...... i,mei. m .1...- Iiiuu- - - .iimm. .tf..ttir, lfi,l,i.' lull rakes left Perhaps. If you eat some but that he knew nothing about his I was eo long ln coming here. I did all cle behind the prisoner nitnite object In detaining D'Auvray death. Ill" was ln ray power, but those In played over dark, sinister faces and She glanced about her proudly, looking Ished his sword until It glittered, nnd thing, you won't need the sleeping was to help Incila tht ATyandots to war. that are not of my tribe. They might sparkled In the wild savage oyes. It Into the ring of dark faces, "I am fixed his white neckcloth with trem n)(.,icinr.Brlllher de. dians CHAPTER XVI-T- he small open clares that D'Auvrav was murdered by listen to me, but for the Englishman was a horrid scene that a squaw, but I am a Wyandot no Ming Angers At the table the conver (;ra,llUather Huxley choked .... the negro, out of vengeance. who leads them. He Is heartless. Bpacu lit up by the fire glare, and Shawnee dare placo a hand on me." ration turned to things military, and fo ,trow ,nM tufr oway. block wall of reports that more cruel than any savage; moreover banked aboi)t by the I wun ore. 10111 i lVpr). (,rop of CHAPTER XVII-Re- ne " TIs so," ho answered gravely. "I thn old man. I firmly n(. Brady Is a prlsiner of the Indians and llrady struck him, and he auspecta mo trees, filled with those demons, half know but not my young men. It that wonderful campaign of lKt-- The (hat he Is to be burned nt the stake. They I.eft alone, ho gathered tho young plan to rescue the scout. of aiding you to escape. There Is no naked, repulsive, weapons gleaming best you go I apeak true tho whlto officers listened respectfully -- they ster closer ln his arms glittering eyes man will dlo It has been decided were gallant fellows, but whon Grntid pleads with the mercy ln him, and I havo failed. They In their hands, their waiting CHAPTER XVIII-Ile- ne "So the old man's of some uso. after the tor- the Shawnecs know not your God chief for thn life of the scout. Although mean to burn him at the stake, and I on the helpless llrady father Huxley dropped bock In his "A ship without a mused she Is highly respected among the Inture. As 1 lookod forth upon It I tho God of the Long Ilobes the whlto elmlr hn heard the apologetic voice of all," he dians her efforts ar without avail. The could do no more." keel, eh?" I asked In grew sick, my limbs trembling, Ellen, across "Where are they now?" British nfflcer Is recognized by a renegade his man dies." A little later Ellen ond her husband. named I.appln. who demands his life of horror. The girl stepped backward, nolae- "But he camo In peace, not war; ho the table In the butler's pantry below, stopped the chief. Btood beside mo, her waj) Yonder on the mainland. I could lessly, until she R meBBCnger to tne Wyandots." "He's a dear old soul." she sold to listen Grandfather Huxley waa Her eyes wandered from me. whom not remain to witness the scene I hand touching my arm Tho chief had stepped back, and "but getting childish now; go on with singing to the baby, nnd down thn ahe located by voice, toward the I was under "We are here ln time." she whis- lifted his hand, but now he stood whnt you were so) lng," who remained silent, hla could not, monaleur. atalr came the stirring words of "Thn no longer" darkness, beforo her. scarlet coat conspicuous In the glare. guard, but wtolo away In thomight find pered, "but can delay then? They will statue-likAfter dinner tho old man went up Sword of Hunker Hill," sung In a thin, we came here, praying I "Ho Is condemned and "He great hunter he warrior A moment their glances met, his face He took thn shining sword tremulous old voice stairs e have mot ln battle. He kill showing white and drawn, hers I could you yet waiting. Now I know God has not spare him?" from his bed and fingered It lovingly ifopyrUht by the Frank A. Munsey foS' Shawnee, ond "The chief speaks ln my tribe now he die it Is answered my prayers. He has shown not ce. "I guess you nnd I havo lived post I know llttlo of the tongue, but there spoken. more. Kin- -u "Oh, so It Is you, la It!" a metallic mo tho way." ,)0 fM huMlji nm, ,hMI , No Old Maids or Bachelors. .4 Ii a nail vnn shnlll" thn Ifla Sho turned from me, her eyes on his Is no mercy In his words." ring to the low voice. "I thought you no reached for his handkerchief and 2 .. According to tho statistics of th "And you mean to go out there, to slated. face. were safely away before this. And carefully a spot of last Japonese llluo Hook there ar Are you not who .ay this. You may refuse mo; I "Are you any relative to MonBleur face those fiends? mUht haT o8turo , very fow Japanese women who do you have been hiding here. I ought to whom you resemble so much?" 1 afraid?" you may uisreguru mo The majority of Japanese not man-liuve suspected that. Now I rememlaughed unpleasantly, smile up Uut you dare not dlsoboy the word of He She smiled, a sad, bravo years of That night an Idea seized him. He girls marry nt twenty-onber, you knew of the tunnel." "Lord, I Ujpe not If so tho connec Into my eyes. the English of the great chief across twenty-uso In the world; no one He did not auawer, although I saw tion Is too remote to bo considered. "Monsieur, I must," she said plead- the wator. If you will not heed the wob of noon him, no one needed him age. Tho men usually marry at depended six, his lips move, What wob the man I havo no deslru to claim any Yankee ingly. "It Is not only his life, but my word of a'squaw. listen to this man but marrlagu at the ago of fifjonin ini um afraid of? He had been sharp aud cousins. Why?" nail IIVni j HO teen Is not unknown, and t.OOO marduty. I leave my rifle here, and bear a warrior of tho Ited CoatB." perhaps the good snappy enough with me. riages at thu ago of seventeen wero The reason la not material. I tula; with Christ I am not afraid." "I know him not," coldly, "nor care lotted time; had forgotten him. Thero could be registered In tho case of men last "I think you mistake, mademoiselle," want you to hear me. I do not know And in her clasped hands, reddened what he says. He nothing to n I lnterpoued, shocked at the expression no harm In taking n llfo that was year, whllo 7.000 girls of tho ago of why ho come here?" you killed my father, but I auspect by the flames, I saw a crucifix. of the man's face. "He has told me It, and am certain you lured him to were married. The number of Hps prcss-stop this deed, this dastardly nothing but n burden. And so, the 'To She bowed her bead, her how It occurred; It was another who hla death. If It waa Plcaud'a hand ed to tho cross, and, when sho looked outrage; he spooks for the Great Chief, noxt day. h began his pitifully few women who married at thirty was only killed your father.1 your up again Into my face, I had no words 'TIs beat the Shawneea listen. Now, preparations. He sorted out his let- 1,000 more, but the number of man that did tho deed, It was done at ters, and, finding nonn that he cared who But up house for ttntinselvoa at "What other?" I would bo Justified as a Wydesire. to say; I could but choke, and brush monsieur." ; I encountered profaned by alien eyea, he thirty was 18,000. The decline In the "A negro andot In killing you evon this Amer tears from my eyes. English- - to have Suo .topped asldo ond tho him In the passage; we fought it out ican would grant mo the right but I burned them nil. Ho went over hla figures after thla la rapid; only 3.70O If this man speaks man Bt0O4j Oione facing tho "Mademoiselle, lliuru in the dark." am going to sparo you, Monsieur on a word of treachery; If by look or gos- - gnawnco. The very desperation of his wardrobo and decided that Mike, tho men and 1.G00 women ot tho ago ot waa this this ono condition." "Alone? Where hla winter coat forty married last year In Japan. Practuro he attempts to play us false, will ,,ogition had brought to him courago; gardener, should havo man!" When It came to his moat cherlahod man who "What?" The very sound of bis you give me a sign?" ne knew enough or Indian nature to bo possession the sword doubta as- tically every Japanese monastery doss "Ho waa lying unconscious beyond, volco proved bis realization of her seri marnot Join a Iluddhlst "Yea, Monsieur." aware that any cringing now would next to the entrance, ousness. "Clasp your hands like thla about otU to his peril. In calm useurancu sailed him; ao few wero worthy of the ries, The old bachelor and the old "And and," the worda trembled on honor Finally, howover, ho decided to maid are almoat unknown In the land "That you accompany me to the In- your bend; it will bo hla death war- - j, folded his arms, her Hps, "you killed the negro?' dian camp yonder, and help me save rant. Now, sir, are you ready?" you sny you know not who I am, give It to Ellen's husband. After all. of the chrysanthomum. "No, mademoiselle, I did not. We white roan's life." ho Bald sharply. "Then they had boon kind to him; It was Thero was hate In his eyes, but 1 struggled together; then he fired at that Warning. "What do I enro " was glad of It. The very Intensity j wm tell you; you and your warriors, not their fault that they lived In a fume, and In the flash saw my face. The "You caro for your own, no doubt. with which he hated mo at that mo-- , 1 nm an olllcor of Euglaud, an aide to ture In which he could have no share, In a discussion ot the number ot to frighten the man, for sight seemed courage. Hamilton. Will you hear mo now?" and that he lived In a past which automobile accidents due to caroleas Well, monsieur, it hangH by a hair. be broke away, aud endeavored to Onlv nn such a nlcdgo will TOU KO roont. had brouglit back his lie had forgotten all else in a mad de- There was silence, profound breath-slr- o they had nover known, 80 ho wroto or Incompetent driving. Henry Ford forgot the low run, la bis baste hu forth from hero alive." to get revenge on me. I let blm ie88; the bold detlauco had fallen ujkju n llttlo card, "To my granddaughtei said the othor day In Detroit. uesa of the tunnel, struck his head "You threaten to kill me?" "Tlieso accidents do automobtllng read defiance, scorn ln ray face, and tnem like a blow. Then, beforo oven Ellen' husband." and tied It to tht against a sharp projection, and died.' It Is a cer- the look stung blm like the lash ot a the chief could answer, the crowding hardly a "It scabbard. harm. Thoy tnako people talk like1 her bands tainty,is monsieur," threat She stood motionless, His preparations wero made now Cornelius Husk. whip. ring ot Indians wus broken, and into Suddenly ureaeed to her forehead. "Tell mo the plan then," ba said stood on bis "Old Corn Husk's little grandson "Ob! but I'll got you for this. Yes, the clrcdo of flrellt paco strode the Thu sleeplug-mtxturalio turned from me, and faced him, 1 roughly, tublu an overdose; and said to him one day, pointing to the his mottled face purple, his bedroom I'm ready, you clod of a Yankeo peas- - f thought ho shrunk back against the "I can control the Indians," she went ant! but you'll pay beforo ever you mustache brlstllug. One moment bo whuu Ellen came back from the the horn ot an automobile that had halted wall; but, for a long moment, she on, "If the Englishman does not Inter-ferget out of these woods oh, Lord I glowered into thu soldier's fuco, and ater that night ho would be asleep, for repairs; staring at blm. stood there In silence, It will bo your part to command you'll pay." the latter stepped back recoiling as ho Bhould have been long ago. "'What's that there thing for. "Who was It?" she asked, at lust, him." He put 011 u clean neckerchief, uud grundpop?' I halt thought he would spring at against mademoiselle, all his audacity her voice like Ice. "Tell mo tho 1b the fellow?" "Who "'That, bonny, old Corn Husk me, and drew back, my rifle lifted. gone. Lappln laughed, the cruel echo sitting down In his big chair with the truth was It Hcaud?" "Thu fur trader Lappln." sword on his knees, llateuod fur ths 'that Is thu thing they toot Hut be only laughed, hts Hps snarling, ot It breaking the allcuce. Ho dropped bis eyes, with an odd He stared Into bur face; then (Continued next wek) ilauinlntf ot the hall door below. Tb afore they, run ye down.'" and strode past crunching his way geeturo of the shoulders. luo girl laughed Insolently. "Yes," tho word seemed dragged from him, "And you told monsieur here the negro killed my father? You said that!" His lips moved, but no sound came forth from them. She waited a breath- leas moment. "That was a He! You WOUld nOt dare repeat that to rae,' she burst forth passionately, her whole body trembling. "You thought you could tell him, and he would believe you; would pity you, and let you go. You did not dream that 1 was here I, Reno D'Auvray, monaleur to face you. You are afrad 01 me: yes you are It Is ln your eyes. You think me an Indian? ... ...!? To Th, t will what you fear?" monsieur; this Is ray affair," Grandfather Huxley was n relic In He had been handed thn family down for many years, from father to son, along with the brass andiron and tho innhognny settto. Unfortunately, although the Inst two pieces of family property wern moro or less appreciated the older they grew, almost the roverso was true with tho old man When his dnughter had died, In late mill. Ilo life, she willed the family homestead and her father, who. had built It -- to her son. The old man seventy-fivwn then, and his wife) The had been dead a doion years. grandson was kindly enough; to his mother's father he gave a comfortable 'lines llttlo wooden clock on the mantel, with tho queer pink rose on the face, marked olght, flvo minutes past, ton minutes past; and still tho family had not gone out. The old man sat and thought--thougof the day ho was mnrrled; of long ago Chrlatmases nnd rows of little stockings; of children that had never lived to grow up; and then, with the sword before him, of llueua Vlata and Monterey After a time ho began to feel hungry Ho remembered that tbore had been cream cakes for dinner, and that They wore ho had refused them, very nice, those little croam cakes-- hut then, after all. what did It mat ter? If they would only go out Grandfather Huxley sat looking at the picture hanging under the unfad-espot on the wall paper which marked the awonl's resting place. Af ter a little tho picture foiled and grow misty In outline. Tho old man's head dropped on his chest, and he was asleep. The fire burned to a dull red, bursting now and again Into a smoking Jet of flame, shining on the sword arross the old man's knees, on the bottle beside the bed, and the narht d three-string- I - -- 1 1 ' ,h, 1 1 t, I ! 'h"" j ".'.'hJ, . 1 '"e I I ' I ene I recog-corne- r: bare-heade- 1 - - low-live- It" wi-e- ... .. , -- e war-i-Ior- 1 Ti-n- ot .r,Z .,. .1 ui-m- w. e - J all-tee- half-breed- grim-face- ! I e 1 May 21, 1014. THE CITIZEN. ed Page Seven. girls, nnemlc too well; weak-mindvictims of the slums; Industrial wrecks forced Into vico lo keep from slarvation wero confined in barred cells, nway from fresh air, while lo do such light work as trimming the lawn and tending the flower beds, strong men were hired men with voles. Then a wiso woman became superintendent and she changed nil this. The cells wero opened. Tho women initmleg were put lo tending the flowers, lo making vegetable gardens, to feeding birds. Along wild light work out of doors went and the interesting Instructions honor system of discipline. Of course with the result that health I was resloreil health physical and VEHSE ron THIS WEEK ct and i moral, and with it hook up, mid nut down, the will to take n new grip on clean Look forward, and not backward, living. Look out, and not in, (iirls sent lo this institution reAnd lend u hand. form and become useful and trustK. II Hale. worthy members of society. And the difference Is chiefly caused by WHEN TO SEND OUT WEDDING their getting into the open air. For man or woman there is nothINVITATIONS out-o- fAccording to the Juno Woman' ing belter I ban God's sweet to doors. Home Companion Invitation If the elTccls of light outdoor work jWier a homo or a church wedding aro now usually Issued thrco weeks is so good upon "bad" women, how ought it to bo upon U'fore the dale of the weddiuK, and much better ground never later than two weeks before- women who have not been are mailed down? Cleveland Press. hand. Announcement immediately alter the wedding, preferably the same day, certainly the ALCOHOL A DECEIVER following. IN THE HOME HH04HH0400400MO040fOIO004000OIOOfHO ovcr-spccd- cd New Indian Animal Stories How the Rabbit Got a Wife By JOHN M. OSKJSON SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door cial. Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- t0400a00040000040OfOt040fOiOOKIOIOIOIOfO g Training that adds to your power, combined with general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commer- FOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School self-respe- General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wa can put you with others like yourself and give chance for moat rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For those who are 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 course. It also gives the best general education for those who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives tho 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 keepright on in their course of study Read Dlnsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District SchooL" 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course BAKING-DA- Y QUERIES Here are the answer to many of the "how much" questions that can arise on baking day: One cup of sugar will sweeten one quart of any mixture to bo served chilled or frozen. Onu teaspoon of extract will Haver one quart of custard or pudding. One lablespoouful of extract will llavor one quart of mixed to he I)r ItaTld Stun- Jordan tells the - lot- - low In froen. One level teaspoon of salt will season one quart of soup, sauce or vegetables. The ordinary I'rancli dressing (three tahleupoons oil, one and one-ha- lf tablespoons vinegar, level level teaspoon salt, teaspoon peperj will mnNten one pint of salad. One tablespoon of water or milk should n allowed for each egg in an omelet. Allow four eggs to each quart of milk in making cup custards. Allow from four to six eggs to each quart of milk in making a custard to he turned from the mold. Ilice will absorb three times its measure of water and a large quantity of milk or stock One ounce of butter and one-ha- lf ounce of Hour are used to thicken one cup of liquid in making a sauce. Allow two level teaspoons of baking powder to each cup of Hour when no eggs are used. Selected. one-four- th one-eight -- a man who came Into his offlco amacklng his lips, and raid to hli clerk: "The world looki very different to tho man who haa had a good glass of brandy and soda "Yes," said the In the morning;." clerk, "and tho man looks differently to the world." And thla Is natural and Inevitable, Dr. Jordan points out, "for the pleasure which exists only In the Imagination leads to action which has llknwUe nothing to do with the demand of life, The mind Is confused, and may be delighted with the confusion, but tho confused muscles trem-pi- e and halt. The tongue Is loosened and utters unfinished sentences; the hand Is loosened and the handwriting Is shaky; the muscles of the eye nre unharnessed, and tho two eyes move Independently and sco double; the legs aro loosened, and the confusion of the brnln shows Itself In the confused walk. And U this confusion Is long continued, lis- - mental deterioration shows Itself In external things the shabby hat and seedy clothing, and the gradual drop of the man from stratum to stratum of society, till lie brings up seme night In a ditch. As the. world looks moro nnd more dlffersnt to him, so does ho look more and more different to the world." itory: There waa onco This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hiftory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest departmenL Children, Color the Above Sketch to Suit Yourself. Save All the Sketehea and Make a Book of Them. News- - 'possum waddled fatly away the rabbit 1914, by the MeCjure paper Syndicate.) sat down to plan out the words he Iong tlmo ago. In tho camps of the . would say when he got to the next setIndians who lived In the wooded moun- - j tlement tains, there was a long dispute about Early next morning the rabbit and tho 'possum. It was all about why ho tho 'possum started out In a very curlwas such a fellow for lying down, llttlo while the rabbit was far ahead of ing up Into a ball, and pretending to the 'possum, for the 'possum was fat bo dead. and a slow traveler. So the rabbit Some of the old people told the came to the next settlement at noon, was and when all the animals thero bad story of how tho cricket-barbeonco sent by the rubblt to cut off all come In to eat dinner tho rabbit stood the hairs from the 'possum's tall be- up and said that he had brought the fore he came to a big dance, and that message from the Great Council of the raado tho 'possum so ashamed of him anlmalB for all the animals In that setself that he lay down and hid his bead tlement to get married at once. under bis front paws and would not . Every' body knew that the rabbit was say a word for so long n time that all the messenger from the Great Counthe other animals thought he was cil, and so, even before tbey sat down dead. to eat their dinner, everybody who was Hut some other old people, who said not married picked out a wife. The that they sioko true, used to tell a i rabbit picked out a wife for himself, different story, ond this Is it: too; and then they all sat down to In tho settlement where they lived, mako their dinner a great wedding the rnbblt and tho 'possum were called feast fellows they were In the afternoon, when tho 'possum always playing Jokes and running came along, there was no wife left for away when there wus any real work blm! Hut tho rubblt said to him: , to do. "That Is too bad! Now, I will tell One by one, tho animals In that set- you what we will do; we will go on to tlement got married and began to raise tho next settlement, and there you will up nice families. All but the rabbit be sure to get a wife." And after the and the, 'possum, and no one would 'possum had rested and eaten something they set cut again. Hut, again, tako them! "How shall we get wives?" asked the rabbit got far ahead of tho wad tho 'possum, and ho sat down In front dling 'possum, and whon bo came to s of the rabbit's door, down in the tho settlement he called all the together and stood up to say: broom grass by tho edge qf tho river, "I come from the Great Council, and and put bis hand under his chin to think. And In a llttlo while the rab- - I bring word that you are all to begin bit knocked the ashes out of his pipo. to make war at onco. So long have put It in a crack over tho door, and you been nt peace that you are getting went over to sit down closo to tho lazy. Now, everybody must begin to light at ence!" And tho rabbit said It 'possum. "I hnvo a plan listen to me!" raid so loudly that everybody In that settho rabbit. "Tomorrow you nnd I will tlement took up their arms and began get up early, tako some lunch, and go to light. Hut the rabbit did not want to fight to tho next settlement. Over thero they havo heard of me as tho messenand In six Jumps he was off and away, ger of the council, nnd I will tell them taking his wlfo with him. Then, Just that I bring an order from tho coun- as the light was getting flerco, the cil for everybody to get married right 'possum came up, nnd they all Jumped awoy nnd while everybody Is getting on htm. Nat having any weapons to married, you nnd I will get a wife, light with, because ho was on a wedding Journey, all tho 'possum could do too." "Good!" raid tho 'possum. "Then I to savo himself was to fall over, curl must go home at onco and get to sleep up nnd pretend to bo dead. And so, say some of the old people. so wo can get nn early' start" "Yes, bo Buro jou tako your beauty ho does to this day whenever there Ib sleep," cried tho rabbit, and as tho trouble. 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered (Copyright, This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard ' courses in all advanced subjects. ( r ; THE UNCOVERED WELL It (the way to alcoholism) was like an uncovered well In a yard where children play It is small use to tell tho brave little boys toddling their way along Into knowledge) of life, that they mustn't play near the uncovered well They will play near It. Any OUTDOOR WORK TOR WOMEN a parent knows that. And wo know that In an eastern state there is a certain percentago of them, the famous prison for "bad" women. Uveal and most daring, will fall Into It is a grim reminder of the cruel the well. The thing to do wo all know purilanisiu which Hawthorne de- It - Is to cover up the well. Tho case picts in his noel, "The Scarlet Let- Is the same with John llnrleycorn. All ond In the ter." In the center of beautiful the grounds it stands like a medieval world will fall to keep men, and castle, stark and ominous, a human youths growing Into manhood away from John Ilarleycorn trap of cold gray stone and colder leycorn Is overywhero when John Unr accessible. The steel. only rational thing tor tho twentieth Cull! recenllv the unfortunates century folk to do Is to cover up the committed to it - warm-hearte- d well. Jack London, In "John Ilarley-eorn- .' girls who had loved not wisely but J anl-ami- j BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with institution. It requires certain its affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students 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 Berea live in College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training ,and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College esks 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 is paid but once, and is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 and $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by tho half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION KCII00LS Incidental Fee Room Hoard 7 weeks Amount duo SepL 10, 1913 Board 7 weeks, dut Oct 29, 1913 $ 5.00 5.60 ACADEMY AND NORMAL $ 6.00 CULLEOC 7.00 $ 7.00 7.00 Paddy's Bedtime Story- GOINO The Brownie's Trip to Dr Brownie. Whit, my tooth out alreadyl" he cried. Jack always went to tho dentist's always frightened Kvolyn with her. a It helped a gre.it deal to h.ivo some onu near by now Uvvlyu knew she must go uguln. and lie wan dreading it so nu ll "So my little girl has to go to the dcntUt'M tomorrow?" wild daddy. urn sure I won t sleep tonight "Yin," answered Lvelyn sorrowfully, "und just thinking iitHiut It Uo wiys he must pull It. and. oh. I can't bear the tliought of having my tooth pulled!" will Imvo to tell you about tbo brownies "Dour me." said middy; "1 think trip to the dentist, for I think his case wan very Bluillar to yours. some "Tilts little brownie bud hnd n toothache which luiil bothered blm for tltuo, but be dreaded to go to the dentist'. Just the way you do worse, lint "Tbo other brownies told hlui bed better go before It became be kept putting It off mid putting It off It no "One liny, though. It got awfully painful, nnd ho lelt lie could stand longer. The pain wu so dreadful bo wanted something dono to the tooth right uwoy. and he didn't much euro what was done If only tils toothache went away. "That's what we were ufruld of.' said the other brownies with tho tooth"'Well there's onu thing nbout It.' said the llttlo brownie pull It or not' ache: 'now It hurt so badly don't cure a scrap If tho deutlst brownie dentist wasted no more time. He wont right off to si the "Ho He wnmi ery clever dentist nnd very kind und gentle. 1 am sorry with "Ho sighed when be saw tbo little brownie trouble-peop- tho toothache. le, brownies, everyho. That tbo you've let It go bo far,' said no longer thing awl every one will always wait until they can stand the pain considered such dread-fu- l before they go to tho dentist's, and .bat Is why we're people to go to. Well, your tooth will be out to u JIITy.' u moment or two Ur "VVIiereupou he got a pair of pullers, und after Brownie suld, "'Well, hero's the old toothache. "Wlml my tooth already out?' wild the little brownie. And to tnlnk of all I've suffered before I came to you. you think? I urn wllaatuluva It Is such a relief to think that that awful -1 1 1 Total for term Incidental Fee Room Board 6 weeks 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 ' 9.45 $23.15 9.45 $32.90 WINTER TERM $ 5.00 $ 6.00 $ 7.00 ' 6.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 HIGH CLASS SHETLAND PONY LESSON IN ARITHMETIC. of Dell-ma- 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 Illustration Given Herewith Amount due Dec. 31, 1913 Board 6 weeks due Feb. 11. Total for term 1914 Thoroughbred Stallion, Which Won Championship. one IF quartertly ofoccupiesinch, an IIojh, when you aro picking out n pony try and And one us nearly as you ran like tho ono shown in thn picture In this article It Is n perfect picture of Ilellman, a thoroughbred cubic how many flies make a cubic foot? Two hundred thousand. Then how much tpaee is occupied by the progeny of one successful fly? About 900,000 cubic miles. N, B. Figures don't lie. $32.20 'This laundry. docs not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or Spring $10.00. 10.00 5.00 Total $36.00 36.00 18.00 The call for patriotic fly fighters is out. None too feeble with age, none too weak with youth, is In him. if the patriotism Now, before matters are worse, is the time for intervention. r Bellman, Champion English Pony. Special Expenses Business. Fall Winter Stenography and Typewriting $14.00 $12.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .... 14.00 12.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 7.00 6.00 Business course studies for students in other departments: Stenography 10.50 9.00 Typewriting, with one hour's use 7.00 6.00 of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. 7.50 5.00 27.00 18.00 HEAVY ARCLEANLINESS TILLERY IN FLY WAR. iKt stallion which won tho prize at tho Royal Park stock bIiow In London for tho best Shetland pony stallion or colt. A study of his lines showa almost His bead U perfect conformation. Two Wavs. of good proportion, bony, clear and There ure tun ways of learning Hie his legs and body ore all that could value of anything we want. One Is in be desired. . let It. the other to lose It. - It. W Shetland champion Books and Sunlight. Books will not become yellow If the pages be exposed to auullgbt Kiiilffuiuu. rattlesnake or DON'T mind a the house, but about kill every fly as you value your life and the lives of your children. In the war against the fly cleanliness is the he ivy artillery, vigilance the machine guns and determination tit Mausers. 1.50 ' 5.40 1.80 Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 in no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea 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 the same things, when they might be improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies vith some of the best young men and women from other counties and able-bodie- d states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. Thla may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco la strictly forbidden, Spring Term opened March 25th. Hurry upl For information or friendly advico write to the Secretary, 'uddv'suld go before Uvelyn. "that story lias helped a lot. for now I'll painful, and I feel quite aure now that l won't bo hurt my toothache koU too uuy more than the little browule wus." If jp a man Is square It la easy to put with his sharp corners. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Pago Eight ing THE CITIZEN. Mny 21, 1014. her father on account of sick- Don't say Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zaring's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. ness of family. Rockford llockford, May IH. We arc having ery cool weather for this time of year. Farmers are lalo with their crops Mrs. I.ula Martin is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mnlissa Martin. George Wren has moved his saw mill to the limber he has bought from Will l.fnville and is working everyday. George is n hustling man. J. VVV Titilil anlit n lu',1 rii.np nlil unit., l,i " ' 1,1 """ " ' Sam Cruncher for I.T,.-- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Todd visited their danghler. Mrs. II. I.invllle, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will I.invllle went to Herea Sunday. Aunt Susan Ogg, been sick so long is very i who has poorly at this writing. 1 foinpany from Herea last Sunday. Isaac Van and James Hazelwood each lost a horse last week. Farmers are very busy hero now. Coyle Coyle, May 17. On account of bad weat her I he fnnners are getting with their work, hut nearly this ill of . the people In........ vicinity . . u... e "vo piauic " nit,.. . .... . Ice v ere Mr. "d Mrs 1). 0 l''IMing In nirtanil finrk harp spe nn.l Minuay wuii .ir. nun .mis. bo-hi- nd All day services were held nt Narrow Gap Church last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ileeco had The Fact Remains No amount of misrepresentation by the peddlers of alum baking powders, no juggling with chemicals, or pretended analysis, certificates, or falsehoods of or cooked-u- p any kind, can change the fact that Mollie Fortune, who has of free front al Mrs. J. Herringlon's for two foil by th writer. Tae Btmt Ifo eontipoideDM MUit4 aattM tipl home, weeks, has returned trident o( tori UIU. Writ pUialy. MADISON COUNTY it net (or ptbllCfUleo, bit Last Saturday ami Sunday were Blue Lick Royal Piking Powi'er i? indispensable Viney Fork i regular church (lays al JACKSON COUNTY last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Mine Lick, May IH.-I- tev. W. I. and a large crown was present for making flneft and most txonctnicd fVod. ,,, have named their son,jp,M, McDanlel ,js rt.KUar appointment! Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Todd anil McKoe riiomas. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Rob at Glades Sunday. He also preached children snent Sunday with Miss McKee, May 15. Attorneys Moore inson visited at the homes of Drs. Sunday night. There will he preach- - Mary A. Todd and brother, iiikI Little were in Kingston and Webb and Hornsby last week. Mrs. ing every Sunday night on regular, Mr. an, .r!,, Alex Lanier and 220 yd. Hurdles. Won by Wayne Iliclimotul tliu first of Iho week on I.ulher McCollum of Heech Creek preaching days at 7:30 p. in. a relapse into the worst laughters. Kate and Clara, of Waco, shows legal business. Misses Sue Sor-en- visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. of Helen; second and third won by Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harrett wero nt Speedwell Sun- - phases of barbarism. and Jcanetlo Halkama left for F. Tankersley, and sisters, last week. visiting in Cincinnati Saturday and i,.,,., church Shipwrecked Men Chew Their Boots Transylvania. Time 27 5 sec. -- 4' day. , a; (10 yd. Dash. -- Won by Childs, their homes in Wisconsin ami Iowa A very severe rain, hail and wind Sunday. The four survivors of the freight Mr. l'.ldeii Haker and sister were steamer 2nd, Lyman, Georgetown; 3rd, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Trod Jones slorni passed over the central part who were Columbian, Mrs. tola II. Johnson is conduct! in Richmond Wednesday on busi- brought Into Halifax. Nova Scotia, Robertson, Transylvania. of Tyner were visiting Mr. Jones' of our country last Tuesday night. to her bed at this writing. Time 51 ness. Mrs. C P. Moore, Saturday -- Mr. Elihu McDaniel has returned sister, after being adrift for nearly two The home of Mr. and Mrs. George Ilroad Jump Won by Collins, and Sunday. Tom Moore and wifo from the eye hospital at Myden Tisdale (near Whiles Station) has1 Mr. William Tharp purchased a weeks, tell of suffering incredible 2nd, Cowan, Georgetown; 3rd, of Hazard were in town over night where he had his eyes successfully been hriulltcncd hv the arrival nf n nice cow from Mr. Jim Williams for lo hear. Of a parly of llfleen. four Wednesday. Hill Haker and daugh- treated. Drummer Hob Hawlings of a line boy. alone lived lo (ell the tale. Water How man. Herea, IP ft. 8 in. Mile Run. - Won by Stout, Georgeter, Miss Sudie, wore visiting friends Manchester called on our merchants Apples are scarce in this neigh-da- y and food failed them and they had Mr. M. Gabbard attended the Sun- -i Saturday. Mrs. Ell Maker and chil- rerently. Ho has sold his home at school convention which was borhood but peaches and cherries lo depend upon showers for drink, town; 2nd. Myers, Transylvania; 3rd, dren of Herea have been visiting Green Hriar to Win. Campbell, the held at Richmond Tuesday and iUV plentiful. and they chewed their hoots after Mayileld. Herea. Time 5 inln., 2 sec. Shot Put. Won by Collins, Herea; relatives here for the past week. jeweler, at, Manchester. A large del- Wednesday of last week as a dele- Rev. Quiscnberry will preach al culling (hem into strips for susten2nd, Karucllc, Georgetown; 3rd, JenThe telephone line between Bcrca egation of ladies met al the home of gate from Glades. Viney Fork church the fourth Sun- - ance. ill. kins. Georgetown. IMS fl., 10 and McKee has been repaired and is Miss Haagen and organized a FortMiss Alberta Nnrwell of Whites day in May at 3 o'clock. Everybody Home Rule Split Avoided now aide to carry messages from nightly Club with the following Dicus. - Won by Collins, Herea; Through some delicate managing Station was the pleasant guest of cordially invited. Pres., Mrs. Elbert Hubbard, the different stations along the Asipiith has avoided a split in the 2nd. Harnette, Georgetown; 3rd, Hot-ki- n. Herea. 108 fl. line. Vice President, Miss Haagen; Secreranks of his Irish followers over Relay. Won by Herea; 2nd, tary, Mrs. Heverly Thompson, Trcas., suggested amendmenls to the Home Georgetown. 3rd, Privett Mrs. Haily. The club will study Rule Hill, which has certainly prov- Transxlvania; Privett, May 18. Several from Home Economics, Sanitation and ed lo he as prickly as a hedge hog Time 3 in., 13 5 sec. THE WELCOME Rerea's team was, Easlham, Halrd, lo I he lingers of every statesman this plare attended the singing at Weaving. A room is to be lilted up It's "How do von dor' to William, Tyncr last Sunday. Mr. Allen Mor- with a loom and a number of memwho has attempted to handle it. Vogel and Childs. Hut simply "Hellol" to Hill! ris, who has had smallpox, is some bers of the club will confer with For William has slocks in his safety box. There was a fair prospect that tho Herea wishes to express her apWhile (he riches of Hill are nil; There are several more Mrs. Ernburg of Herea College soon Home Rule coalition might be brokbetter. preciation of the courtesy extendAnd William has might and power facases in this vicinity. Rev. Will as to the latest designs in textile en up, but this faded away in tho ed by Georgetown College and Hie Which people are wary of. Anderson failed to till his appoint- brics. All ladies are gently requestface of the juggling of the Premier, very elllcieut manner in which the So they smile and bow to William now, ment at Oak Grove last Saturday ed lo meet with us the last Thursday who i skillfully matching party meel was conducted by Prof. Ilobt. Hut penniless Hill they level and Sunday on account of poor of this mouth. against party and fpicdion against Minimi. It's "How do you do?" lo William, Jack Frost came last health. ipiesliou. Mr. J. W. Walker, Editor of the With something of fear and awe, OWSLEY COUNTY Thursday night but did no damage. India Caste Breaking When we're face lo, face in the market place, Irvine Sun, who has been visiting Mr. L. J. Peters is gathering wool j Where gold is the chiefest law. Posey At the Uaplitt Missionary Socie-- j fi lends at Whiles Station, called at , Hut the children and men ami women, for J. W. Davis. The teachers' exly's meeting Sir George Macalpine the printing olllce Wednesday. Posey, May 15. We have been good will They turn with a right amination which was held at McKee having beautiful weather and the 'Stalnl that it was a clear fad toFrom work or idav when he comes their way last. Friday and Saturday was very farmers are about through planting day that the caste system in India And holler "Hello" to Hill I hard. Mr. Charley Turner and wife, corn. Jack Frost visited us last is doomed. One learned native slates CINCINNATI MARKETS Mary Turner, Mae and Ruby Madden night but didn't hurl anything. It's "How do you do?" lo William. Hint within ten years it will cease Willi (he thought of his cash in view; and Maek Hayes visited at Mr. L. J. Miss Itertic Judd of this place and t'nrn--Necorn limited as follows' to evift; then there will be a great While not a Mump has Hill, the scamp! Peters' last Sunday evening'. Born Mr. Fred Wilder of Hooneville were i ii v into the Christian rhurches. Xo. 2 white 76(i77c, No. 3 white 7tff We like him because we del 714c No. 4 72l4r73c. No. 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Hrum-bae- k, united in marriage last Saturday Now had you your choice of greetings Denmark Teaching Russia to Tarm yellow 73fi7tcwhite 3 yellow 72fr73c. No. a girl. Her name is Edna. H. afternoon by Ilev. S. K. Harney. Wo Which one would meet your will The ideal methods of Danish agri- No. I yellow C9fi"0c, No. 2 mixed The "How Do von Do?" for William W. Anderson from Clover Rottom wish them much joy. Mr. Willie culture are lo he taught throughout 7Mt72e, No. 3 mixed 7071c. No. 4 Or the simple "Hello!" for Hill? visited his son, J. W. Anderson, last Ki oca id who has been in school al Russia by means nf moving picture mixed 6S9c mixed ear 76ff77c, HKRTON HHALEY. while ear 7.U('77c yellow ear ti04l'S)c week. shows accompanied hy government Haibourville returned home last lluy No. t timothy $20, standnrd lecturers who will explain the ineth-dd- s timothy $19. No. 2 timothy $18, No. 3 week on account of his health. He Sand Gap which have made the Danish timothy JIG, No. 1 rioter mixed J1S. has had a serious case of typhoid 'agriculture the standard for the No. 2 diner mixed $lt. No. t clorer Sand Gap, May 18. The cool fever. Miss Winnie Rowland took $1C. No. 2 clover $15. weather is injuring crops in this dinner with the Misses Nell and world. OutH No. 2 white P,4Crt:c, stanvicinity. Ilev. York, of Oneida, Ky Grace Jackson last Sunday. Little Miss Murt Johnson from Saturday' dnrd white 4UH14C No. 3 white WORLD NEWS. BEREA WINS STATE TITLE 4(Jfr41c. No. 4 white 37MjU39:. No. 2 held services at this place from Fri- Mae Hale, who has had spinal men- till Tuesday of last week. 'Continued from Pite One.) Collins Breaks His Own Record with mixed 40f40 4c. No. 3 mixed 39V40' day night till Sunday night. Quite ingitis for M days, is improving left Sunday on capital deposited in foreign hanks. Mr. Albert Mathias 40c. No. 4 mixed 3Sfi3Hc. the Discus a large congregation was out to hear slowly but has lost the uso of ono Wheat No. 2 red No. 3 for Tuscola, III., where he has se- The abolulc insecurity of life and Herea won the track meet which red y7fSSc. No. 4 red !S4$1, him. Robert Day is very seriously of her legs. Ilev. T. F. Hale sold two cured work. SCff'Jfir. Poultry Hen, old K.4e. do light propcrl), together witli the Persian was held al Georgetown, Ky. Georgeill but seems to be slowly improvsmall calves yesterday for $10. Mr. Mrs. Richard Kimbrell is convalland laws, insure in this writer's town University, Central University l4e, rooMers U4c springer, under ing. Mrs. Jas. Ahunbaugh is ablo C. H. Rowland sold his (Illy last week 1 escent. IVi lli lb. opinion the complete decadence of of Danville. Transylvania Univ., of 25fr3uc; 35ft 38c; prlni;er, to I lis lb to be out again. Mr. Jas. Alum-bauto Mr. 0. J. Judd for $130. winter chicken. 24 and Drummer Johnson left Thursday I Lexington and Herea competed for under. 20)2.k:; iliirku, white, 4 lbs the country. has a serious wound inflicted for a long trip through Eastern Rome Entertains the Women of the tie- and over, 10c; under 4 lb. 10c; title. by a chip which hit him in the eyo PERRY COUNTY Kentucky. World These colleges are representative 131 loins, 14c; young, under 8 lb. when he was cutting wood. Dr. SetStacyMrs. L. K. Flanery has returned The Woman's Congress has been ,of (lie whole slate excepting Slate 15c. He: hen turkeys, 'i lb and over. tle is the attending physician and Stacy, May 13. On account of the home from Red House where she entertained at Rome, Italy, during University which did not enter the Kkk thinks the eye will suffer no perma-ane- nt wet weather fanners in this vicinity has been teaching. Prime firsts 10c. lints 18c, ordinary tlrst 17c, second 164c the pat week. A program has been 'meet. injury. C. S. Durham and are behind with their farming. The Messrs. Carl Vogel, Fern Wolfe Cuttle- - Shipper $7.50Jf8.C0; butch-c- r laid out for the work of the organi j Herea won eight out of a possible family of Happy Heights, visited little child of Mr. and Mrs. Matt and Henry Riddle students Hteer. extra $ 8.25 tT 8.50, good to al Herea relatives here Sunday. Miss Mary Combs died last week. Mrs. Mary visited the Blue Lick Sunday school sation during the live years. I he thirteen llr.it places, winning the choice $7.25T8.ir,, common to fair $6 delegates have received royal hos- -. meet with a score of 57 points. ff7.1G; heifer, extra $8.35j,8.C0, good Cook attended church at Pino Grove Williams died last Friday and was Sunday of which Mr. Robert Edpilality and many delightful atten Georgetown .scored Lll points, Tran- to choice $7,75f?8.25, common to I'ju Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pow- laid to rest in the homo graveyard. wards is Superintendent. Young sylvania 1(5 points, mid Central Uni- $5,7r,Jj.7.50; cow, extra $G.7G7, fu!T tions in the imperial city. ell of Dry Midge visited relatives to choice $Cf6.C5, common to The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Vogel preached in the afternoon. Horrors of the Balkan War versity, 8 points. Sunday. Ilev. G. V. Clemmons Hairin Jones is quite sick at this here ;3.,r.i i..xr,, rainier $3.r0fi 4.50. Mr. Frank Mathias went to LexThe Carnegie Commission has The day was cold but the track bad a plowing Friday with good re- writing. Mr. and Mrs. Combs vis- ington Sunday where he will be em$fi.35Jr7.10, extra $7.15if!7,25. fnt bull $77.25. made public the report of its inves- good and the meet close. sults. The neighbors also helped ited Mrs. Combs' father and mother ployed fur a while. Calves Kxtra $10.50, fair to good tigation into the conduct and results Herea began scoring in the llrsl $8.60 Hubert Day, who is sick Saturday. last Saturday and Sunday. il 0.25, common and largo $fiCC There of the war in the Halknns. This re- event and won some place in each 10. Big Hill were services at Hrother Wash Hogs Selected port makes public a condition of iof the events that followed. heavy $8.C0f!?8.65, Nathanton Hughes' last Saturday night by Dig Hill, May 18. Prof. A. M, things that is simply barbarous. It Stout of Georgetown and Myers of good to choice packer and butchers Nathanlon, May 10. Little John Hrother Jim Wess. Mr. Hairin Jones Morton, who is making his head- - tells of atrocities that would be a Transylvania .showed pmil training $K.K0f8.C5. mixed packers $8.G5ff8.G0, William, son of Mr. and Mrs. Win. ...... I.. .. l. .,,.;..,... i..:.. I., ii i I, Mings $(.7Gj(C.90, extra, $7, common to ' iariers ill HiciiinoiKi, hy, gave disgrace to the savage tribes of Afri- - j on the mile and half-mil- e, Moore, who has been very sink wilh .i.... choice heavy fat sow $Gft7.90, extra y, m i . addresses at Pilot ra. that belong lo the era of Indian j Lucas of Georgetown raised tho $8, light shipper $H.40f(f8.G5, pirn, 110 bronrliitis, is improving. Coinmun- - ,(,;, hnvc , .. n ni;. and s, l,,ml ,",,lso lasl iTiilay ami warfare al its worst. It ontends slate record on the pole vault to lb Clippedleu, $6.50r;f8.35, ion services and baptizing at this .....i.... ..f,.i m.. . J4lJll,tm n' "7u"n C?..i i IMKMl, IjllllllllflMI sheep Kxtru light $5fC.10, IIMllll mo "iiiiiay uigiii. mr II purpose on dial all parlies broke treaties w hen 10 n. 0 in. ....... ...... ... .." "I ... place the first Saturday .mil Snnih.v! good to choice $4.G0ft 1.90, common to irganizing a farmers' union. itliev would and thai the only hone Darnell of Georgetown leaves a fair $3.25 Jf 4. 60. heovy heep $4fM.G5 iie.-u- ima ii d. iioicomi) spent a;ror yU Govcr.-- Mr. Wesley Combs Rev. George Childers tilled his of peace is found in the intervention 'good record of 117 feet for the ham-lin- er Clipped l.nmbs-Kx- tra $7.G57.75, few days last week with relatives w,o has been working at Jackson good to choice $7.25(r7.G0, common to regular appointment at Pilot Knob of (ho civilized gov-t- he throw. in way rouiu.v .Mcwnorler, has returned to his homo last week fair $5.757, spring lambs $G.5010. second Saturday and Sunday internments of Europe. Uiupiestiona- Helen's team showed splendid na 1 ' relaUvt's ln -- A number or young people visited I,, large crowd wore hie evidence convicts Servian. Ilul- - tive nullity which will yield easily ....... . ........ il,,,s "'onm. Hrea h eoun . v flor in? n,,. nmi , r. RAILROAD TRACKS TORN UP. .11 IVVil " f.MIIU I.INl Dill may, present on Sunday and had dinnergarian. and Greek nliko of utter dis- - lo training. two weeks, is expected home. W. Ion the ground. 'regard of all civilized usages. A. Cope and family, who have been It With our main supports Mayileld Illpolotl, Mexico. Remnant of the R0CKCASTLE COUNTY making their homo at Lawrenceburg and Collins leaving the (rack this federal Barrlnon of Parrdon. routed by Boone year belter training will be neces- Cen, liaoul Mndoro and tho Zaragosa for some lime, have moved back te brigade or the constitutionalist army Hoone, sary ne.xt year. their farm near this place. Mrs. working May 18. Farmers here are In the. first skirmish of the Baltillo early and lato and tho Martha J. Hurst and daughter, dash. 1st, Lyons, Central; campaign, havo retreated to Ramos weather is line. Sunday School is 2nd. Vogel. Herea; :ird. Warren, ArUpe, six miles north of Saltlllo, will leave for Island Creek toTransylvania. Time 10 5 sec. day for a short stay with relatives. progressing nicely. Wo heard a lino according to report brought by rebel High Jump.--Wo- n Mrs. Hurst has been in poor health sermon by ono of the Herea students wero ablo to by Collins, He- scout. Tim federal rea; 2nd, Judd, Georgetown; 3rd, tear up the railroad tracks beyond and under medical aid for some lime. Sunday. The alteiidanco was largo and behaved nicely. Miss Clarinda Paredon, as Gen. M micro wo forced Howman. Herea. 5 ft., 0 in. lllalr, the last daughter of E. G. to occuiiy the Importunt strategic CLAY COUNTY Hair Mile. Won by Myers, a; of Paredon. Illalr, and Mr. Newton Miracle of 2nd', Mayileld, Herea; 3rd, Burning Springs Wildie were united in Iho bonds of Easlham, Herea. Time 2 in. sec. Burning Springs. May 15. J. G. matrimony by Iho Rev. W. M. Rico Pole VniilL Won by Lucns, TWO MILITARY AVIATORS FALL. White, a student of the Normal de- of Conway, witnessed by many Georgetown; Lykins, Transylvania partment of Herea College, camo friends. After spending a few days Halberstadl, I'rtiBsInn Saxony. A and Hatch of Herea tied for second fatal military aeroplane accident ochomo to take the May examination. wilh their friends they are farming place. 10 ft. 0 in. Wlegandt and I.leut curred here. Delia llornsby and hor brother, on the E. G. Hlair farm. Mnyor Hammer Throw. Won by Har-net- Fclllnger were Instantly killed while Henry, returned from MoKeo whore, Hamilton's wife died Sunday and Georgetown; 2nd, Molkins, He- attempting a landing at tho aerodrome. they havo been attending school. was buried Monday at 10 o'clock a. HENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager The motor was shut off, and making rea; :iid. Hatch, Herea, 1(7 ft. Mr. Wm. Hawlings, a prominent law- in. Mr. J. 11. Lambert is having too sluirp an anglo the monoplane capa 220 yd. Dash. Won by Vogel, Heyer of Manohester, visited his par- great deal of fanning dono near Gap. Phone 7 or 187 Tinshop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. rea; 2nd, Lyons; Central; 3rd, Atkin- sized and dropped 2,000 feet. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fayclto Hawlings, Mr. J. II. Lambert's wifo is visit- son, Georgetown. Time 23 5 sec. Miss u I I East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Royal Baking Powder purity and vho!csome;iess. alum, and I Tharp. has been found by the offito be of the cial highest leavening efficiency, absolute ee 2-- Me-rc- 3-- 5. Mo-re- a; t -2 of-llc- 2-- i ' w i 11 I gh tur-ke- (fll Hull-llolo- K'l-- i. '.' :-- c'l. !.-- !. -aino ed So-ril- HNI-y- ROOFING ROOF REPAIRING 2-- -2 PAINT Trnn-sylvani- n ROOF PAINTING -5 Berea School of Roofing le, 2-- i