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EiMwhaiii ID Vol. XVI. voted to til Interests, of tlx BEP.EA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, The Citizen Mo-ULXito- ri KnowUaf it yawar aa4 U way ta kaay wUk aalara kiowla4fa it to rati a faa4 awiaayar. Feojple One Dollar a Year. No. 0. Flvo Cents a Copy, AUGUST 27, 10U. The Longest Pole Gets the PeriMnois UNITED STATES NEWS EFFECTS OF WAR 18 IMPRE88ED UPON THIS COUNTRY BY LONQ HALT TO TRADE. Merchant Cautlou port NAMUR IS LINES OF BATTLE Map 8howlng Location of FRENCH CHEERY AMID DISASTER War Office Gives Out a Con There has been a great deal of fooling about our Public Schools. To begin with, few people realized what the schools were for. Folks just thought the schools were to give somebody a chance to get money for easy sitting down work. Schools used to he given to widow women so they could support their children, or to lame men so they could get a living, or to stupid boys and girls just because they were the children or nephews and nieces of the Trustees! And there is too much of this same thing yet. But gradually the people arc waking up to realize that the school is for the children and that there is a difference in TAKEN BY GERMANS Allies Compelled to Fall Back. the Dafene and Invader. and Manufacturer Crow the Blockade of ExContinue Unbroken. A ' teachers It doesn't take an educated man to judge a teacher and the examination doesn't always tell which teacher is best, because the examination doesn't tell whether he loves the children or knows how to make them love their studies. There is tin art, a skill, a knack, in school teaching and often the children learn more in one term under a good teacher than in five terms under a bad one. The Berea Normal School started out to teach the people to teach. Most Normal Schools simply teach them to pass examinations or to know things in books. Years ago President Frost found a woman who was a wonderful teacher of small children. Berea did not then have a Normal building, so he put her in the Indusa gallery in the room where she trial Building and-buitaught. The Berea Normal students had appointed times to sit in that gallery and sec how the children ought to be managed. Then, two little rooms were fixed up, in which the Normal students could teach classes of children themselves under the direction of this teacher trainer. She would tell them how to do it and watch them while they were doing it, and then tell them how to do it better next time. Out of that training room have gone some of the best iualificd teachers in the south and the whole idea of how children should be taught has been changed and improved thru portions of five states by the influence of that one room in Berea's Industrial building. Now the beautiful Knapp Hall has been erected, where several teachers carry on the same kind of work in all tha arHos. It is nn wondiT that prcnt educators came Tennessee li"Piacboin and Illinois and Virginia and stands tor (ttrMCjKMMap 'Hall dedicated! that building good 'teaching. It means that fewer children will suffer from malpractice and fewer young teachers will be left to feel their way in the dark. lt Newipapcr Union New Brrvlc. New York. A three weeks' atoppage )t trade nnd the ordinary function of srcdlt hag begun to lmpreii the last remnant of the American public, who it first thought they were Immune from the effect of a European war. INVADERS PUSHING ON From day to day more conservatism shown by tho corporation, tho merchant and the employe. This will be necessary until tho blockade of our Frincti and English Gould Not export trade Is lifted and the bank again discount on a normal basis. The Hold Fortified Town. total effect of contracted purchase til along the line, from the big producer to the small consumer, Is manifest In bank exchanges ono third less FOUGHT WITH DESPERATION than a year ago, and In railroad earnings 10 to 15 per cent smaller. Tho remarkable and hopeful feature of this iltuatlon Is thnt there Is no acute German Forces Marching Irrealarm In any section. The beneficial effects of the war sistibly Toward France. upon the American Iron and steel industry are being greatly exaggerated In some quarters. Up to date the steel Oetcnd, Aug. 2G. Thirty thousand trade Is barely holding Its own, and Germans are attacking tbl city. the merchant pig Iron trade Is not doing as well as that. The effect of the London, Aug. 25. Namur has fallen. war thus far has been to give the steel temporary This, In the words of the official comtrado temporary losses and gains, and It Is too soon to determine munication, "necessitates the withwhich Influence will play out first. As drawal of a portion or the allied to losses, there Is practically the en- troops from the line of Sambre to their tire export trade shut off, as regard original defensive position on the overseas business, while exports to French frontier." The government Canada have been reduced, shipment press bureau also announced that having been temporarily suspended In British forces were engaged with the many Instances. enemy In the neighborhood of Mons, (Continued on Pago 5.) and held their ground. Namur Is a It is not often that our readers get strongly fortified city and was confiany belter articles than appear this dently expected to present a formidaThey arc written by Be ble obstacle to the German advance. week. Is a yet no explanation of Its rea's wide awake Normal professors. There fall. No doubt the Germans sudden I ft'itrn iV QftbKCU fident Report. HAS FAITH IN FINAL SUCCESS C3 "In Telling to the Country the Whole Truth," 8ay Official Report, "tho Government and Military Authorities Give It the Strongeat Proof of Confidence In Victory Which Depend Only on Tenacity." JS! IM.UCS . . IGtlMAW 4 Paris, Aug. 25. Admission of a Ger man advance toward Nancy Is made In an official statement Issued by the French war office. The Germans oc cupy Lunevllle, Amance and Dleuloard, three towns In the circle around Nancy, about ten miles from that city. aid IN Olffl OWN STATE Berea Normal School Ha "Improved We pom" sayiont of her teacheri, and do not wait until tomorrow but "Do It Now" saya another. DO IT NOW Prof. John E. Calfee II is far easier for most people to decido what to do than when to do it. Thcro aro young people in every neighborhood who realize that tho best thing they can do this fall would bo"for them to go away to college. II is not difficult to come to this conclusion hut it takes nerve, faith nnd adventure to leave homo in September and go o(T to school. Young people intend to do pretty much tho samo things they believe in tho value and tho necessity of an education nnd expect somo day to beooino educated and to becomo skilled farmers, teachers, mechanics, and doctors, and yet nlnety-nin- o out of every ono hundred of theso samo IMPROVED WEAPONS Prof. Chas. D. Lewis a tcrrllilo thing, nnd tho War ono going on in Europe today is ono of the most terrible, as well as ono of the most useless thai the world has over known; hut wo can learn good lessons oven from bad things. Ono lesson that teachers and school pcoplo should learn is thai new battles must bo fought with new weapons. Tho bravest and most patriotic army in tho world could not fight today, with a shadow of a chanco of winning, if armed with tho guns of twenty years ago. Tho samo is truo of tho army of teachers. Thoy must have 10U arms to fight 1014 battles. Othcrwlso tho forces of ignorance, 1 was broken early Sunday morning by the assassination of Town Marshal J. A. Collins while discharging his duly as our common protector, His assistant, Constable L. A. Wat- kins, received n slight llesh wound in his thigh during tho shooting af fray. Marshal Collins always met tho midnight train going South and it was (his that ho met Sunday morn-,in- g on tho lookout for some suspicious characters who wcro thought to bo bringing in liquor. One, Henry Hopkins, was encountered for a misdemeanor al llio depot and let go to his home on good behavior, wliilo his brother, Will, ran. from the BEREA TOWN MARSHAL KILLED The mifeT and peace of our town (Continued on pare Six) CONTENTS 1. Ilw Longest Polo Gets tho Persimmons. Improved Ilerea Normal School Weapons. Do It Now. U. S. Nows, Stale News, War News, Health Master. PAGE PAGE School's Aim. Attracting Features of Ilerea Normal. How to Wrilo a' Composition, by Pres. Frost. Sunday School Lesson. .2. Ilerea Normal 3. Mountain Agriculture. , Sour Skim Milk for Calves. Something Now at Ilerea College. Coll for Volunteers. PAGE PAGE 4. PAGE 9. Local Nows.' General Nows. Continued Story. 1 PAGE 6. PAGE 7. Letter from Dr. In tho Homo. H. H. Cowley. Side Lights on tho War. lltunerous. Kaslcrn Kentucky Song: Daro to llo a Daniel. Cincinnati Markets. PAGE 8. Nows. The marshal and constable then got into a buggy with Mr. Anderson and started toward their homes; when they heard shooting near tho railroad tunnel, which brought them near tho spot, where tho assassins were in hiding. On demand of surrender by tho marshal, ho was instantly shot through tho head with a sliol gun and killed, falling from ment: tho buggy and dragging Anderson "The English forces were engaged (Continued on pare Six) (Continued on Pago 5.) all day Sunday until after dark near Mons, Uelglum. Word has been received that the first line of defense at Namur has been taken. This necessitated the withdrawal of a portion ot our troops from the line of operation Chapter from the book io entitled by Samuel Hopkins Adams, published by peron the River Sambro. No casualty list mission of Houghton Mifflin Company. baa been received." further Carman Succesae. "Anything clso " oar. It's the short names that bring Reporta from Ilerlln via New York "Why, yes; though that idiot of a tho undertaker." say that the Oerman army, command-aby the Grand Duke Albrecht ot cousin of Tom's snubbed mo when "Shrewdly said, but exception notWuartemberg. has defeated a large I told him about it. The boy seemed ed," said Dr. Strong. French army at Neufchateau In Uelkind of numb and slow with bis "As for Bobs, I remember two glum. By this same route comes a hands for somo tirno after." cases I saw at Clinton years ago, liko statement that the German army comSo sharp camo the that attack of bis. Ono of 'em never "And now?" manded by the Crown Prince Frederquestion that Mr. Clyde glanced at walked afterward, and tho other has ick William baa defeated an opposing tho speaker, not without apprehen- a shriveled hand to this day." force and la pursuing the French sion. Longwy, which Is In French terDr. Strong nodded. "To como down "Nothing left of it that I can see." nearer tp English, that's infantile ritory. "What had you in mind?" asked paralysis, ono of tho mysteries of Tho Germans have advanced across Mr. Clydo of tho doctor, curiously. medicine. I'll tell you somo things the River Neuse to the west and ap"Speaking technically, anterior about it somo day. Your Bobs had pear to be pointing toward Maubouge. An English brigade of cavalry Is repoliomyelitis." a narrow escape" ported beaten by this portion ot the Grandma Sharploss laughed com"You're sure it is an cscnpo?" Oerman forces. Lunevllle, Amanco fortably, "l'vo noticed that a very asked tho father anxiously. and Dlemlouard, towns near Nancy, long namo liko that usually means "If Mrs. Shnrplcss is satisfied that are occupied by the Germans. Crown a soro too or a pimplo behind your Prjnce. Uuirerjit ot Davaria. la retort- (ContltuifO on page Two.) 1 The fighting at Alsace. practically every foot of this long line Is sanguinary and desperate In the extreme. There Is no point at which eontact between the Immense armies has not been established. French officers arriving at Ostend report an artillery duel at Charlerot. The town haa been partially wrecked. Alllea' Plan Disarranged. The main German army of the south encaged with the French line of defease between Verdun and Nanoy. Tha official French press bureau assert that all the allies' movements so tar have been In accordance with the preeoneelved plan, but It Is believed hare that fht plana have been disarranged by the speed and force ot the German advance. A new attack has been made against the forts at Liege, which still are a have attacked the allies In this part thorn In the German army's right flank of Belgium with all their available and a menace to the movements of force. The battle now raging from troops across the Meuse. Mons to Gere will last several days, Russia Is pushing her troops In and It will be necessary to await a great force through east Prussia along report before a sound conclu-tta- a a definite e front. The vanguard Is can be reached as to the full efthirty miles Inside of tbeGerman borfect of this first great engagement. der and many Prussian towns are reported to have fallen. Vienna, Aug. 25. Emperor Franz Dispatches from Toklo say that the Joseph Is much worse. Ills death Is Japanese have begun the siege of but a question of hours. Operations have been Klauchau. started by land and sea. A Japanese Aug. 25. The crar force of 45,000 men has Invested the 8t Petersburg. has arrived at the headquarters of his settlement and Japanese, British, army In the field, superseding Grand French and Russian warships have Duke Nicholas as generalissimo. begun a blockade of Tslngtao. The American ambassador at Toklo has London, Aug. 25. From all the maae taken over the German embassy from o; rumors and reports about tho war Count Von Rex, who has been handed there Is one fact that stand out dis- his passports. tinctly, and that Is that in the first Reports of the operations In Servla stage of the great battle which for continue to be favorable to the Serdays has been raging with unexampled vians. The Russian menace on the fury along a front extending from north Is compelling Austria to send Mons In Belgium to the Swiss border, most or her troops there. the allies have been checked. Part of the Hrltlsh and French forces have withdrawn and their line has been TO CONFINE ACTION pushed back, although there It no substantiation of the rumor that the GerTO THE FAR EAST mans have broken through. In the absence of details of the operations and the partial admission of defeat by the allies, It assumed that the German advance has been conduct- Toklo Gives Tills Assurance ed with the utmost severity and with considerable measure or success. The to Washintlon. British war office has Issued this stateIn 1 ISO-mil- point The Germans havo redoubled their n effort to drive the French from Muel-hauie- to have captured 150 guns at this Paris, Aug. 25. The French war of fice has Issued tho following announcement: "The French and English, tho plan of attack having failed owing to unforcaeen difficulties, have retired on the covering positions. "West of the Meuse the English army on our left was attacked by tho Germans, but behaved admirably, holding Its ground with traditional stead iness. The French asaumed the of fensive with two army corps. An African brigade In the front line, carried away by their eagerness, were received by a murderous fire. They did not by give an Inch, but, counter-attacke- d the Prussian guard, they were obliged to retire, only, however, after Inflicting enoromus losses. The Prus3lan guard suffered heavily. "East of the Meuse our troops ad vanced across an extremely hard country and made a vigorous attack when thay emerged from the woods, but were obliged to rail back after a stiff fight south of the River Semol. Ordered to Withdraw. "On order of General Joffre, our troop and the Brltlah troops withdrew to the covering positions. Our troops are Intact; our cavalry has In no way suffered and our artillery has affirmed Its superiority. Our officers and soldiers are In the best of condition, morally and physically. "As a result of the orders which havo been Issued the aspect ot the struggle will change for a few days. The French army wlFl remain for a time on the defensive, but at the right moment, to be decided upon by the commander in chief, It will resume a vigorous offensive. "Our losses are heavy. It would be It premature to enumerate them. would be equally so to enumerate those of the Germans, who suffered so heav ily that they were obliged to abandon their .counter attacks and establish themselves in fresh positions In Lorraine. "We delivered four attacks Sunday from our positions north ot Nancy, inflicting very heavy loss on the enemy. Confident of Victory. "In regard to the general situation, we have the full ute of our railroads and retain command of the seas. Our operations have enabled the Russians to come Into action and penetrate the THE HEALTH MASTER d d Again, you that inorcaso growing Mr. Advortlsor, wo warn our rates increase with tho heart ot east Prussia. "It Is to be regretted that the offensive operations planned failed to achieve their purpose as a result ot It difficulties Impossible to foresee. would have shortened the war, but our defenses remain Intact In the presence Washington, Aug. 25. "Japan off- ot an already weakened enemy. icially has notified the United States "Every Frenchman will deplore the that she will confine her activities In temporary abandonment Our valiant the war situation to the far east," was people will know bow to find courage the statement made by Secretary ot to support their trial with unfailing State Bryan. faith In final success, which Is not to be doubted. In telling to the country Toklo, Aug. 25. A special edition of the whole truth the government and Yamato announces that the Japanese military authorities give It tho strongfleet Is bombarding Tslng Tau, the est proof of their absolute confidence port ot Klauchau. Communication be- In victory which depends only on our tween China and Japan Is severed. perseverance and tenacity." Nothing Is known here of the progress of the bombardment. Interruption ot communication Is atTERSE TELEGRAMS tributed to the breaking ot the cable between Shanghai and Nagasaki The The United Fruit company's steammilitary and naval authorities decline er Metapan Is ashore on the coast ot to B've further Information. Colombia. The Germans are taking every even-InThe Siege of Talng Tao. the total receipts ot the Brussels Shanghai, Aug. 25. The siege ot tramways for the day. Tslng Tao has begun. The last correAgents ot the department of Justice spondent out of the city wires that are busy investigating the causes for thousands of coolies have been workhigh price of certain foodstuffs. ing eighteen hours a day for three the The German press Is beginning a digging trenches, laying mines weeks Liege by and erecting wire entanglements which campaign for the retention ot peace. he claims will cost Japan hundreds of Germany at the conclusion of It Is tali! that Colonel Roosevelt Is lives. The port's defenders are 7,000 done making suggestions to the Bull trained men of the garrisons. Moose party as to who shall be Its candidate for governor ot New York. Tho aenate committee on Judiciary haa reported favorably the nomination of James C McReynold to be associate Justice of the supreme court, and Thomas Watta Gregory of Texas to bo attorney general. n Wo aro of circulation. and can't help it. Tho Health Master this week tells A PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE NORTH SIDE OF THE COLLEGE CAMPUS n lot ot things wo have wanted Hint out. to 'VI PflRO Two. THI GOTDN Equipment and Other Special Feature! Tho library of tho Collego is tho largest school library in tho State, Tho Normal students nro permitted xreo uso of its privileges. Tho scionliflo laboratories of tho Collego aro used by tho Normal classes. Tho various schools of tho Voca tlonal Dcpnrlmcnt provido oppor tunittcs for observation of work In all forms of manual training:' Sloyd, Carpentry, Domestic Sclonco and Art, Laundry, Weaving and olh or Household Industries, etc. Tho practical work of tho School of Agriculture may bo observed on tho farm and In tho garden. Tho work of tho Sunday School A., tho tho Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. prayer meetings in tho dormitories and other liko functions preparo tho student for practical Christian life Special courses nro offered In public speaking. Bcrca students often causo favorable comment by tho fact that Bcrca men nnd women are trained to stand beforo a body of peoplo and express their thought clearly and forcefully. Berea permits no practices thai tend to lower tho physical or moral ofllcicncy of students. STldcnls must not use tobacco, alcohol or other drugs thai mako for degeneration of body and mind. Tho Collego maintains n well equipped hospital In tho caro of a physiolan nnd trained nurses. Stu dents nro given full caro in this hos pital without chargo for cither phy sician or nurse. Tho only cost to tho student is tho hospital feo of ono dollar each term, ami tho actual cost of tho drugs and supplies used by him. This guarantees tho very best of caro lo every student in enso of illness. Where elo can you find such a health insurance? Berca stands for tho very best in nil forms of endeavor. Wo invite nil who would mako tho most of their lives lo join us In our effort lo do tho work of men and women in tho world in which wo live. Material Augugl 27, Ml The Citizen A family newspaper for all that la right, true and Interesting. rnbllahnl crtry Thurwlay at Hot Ky. BEREA PUBLISHING Co7 (tnrnrpnrntori) WM. & FROST, Editf4nOM C II. WERTENBERCER, M.n.nt Uiler F. O. BOWMAN, AwUUnt Managar laaaaaaaaaawijVl, XbSSSSSHsVSSSSSSSbW J&iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiia KramnoNAL SUNMrsawoL Lesson CP Subscription Ratos rAYAM.H IN ADVANCR y 13, O. Sr.LI.Eaa, Director of Eyanlnr Department, Tha Moody Dibit InaUtute, Chlctgc) Thm Klx Months One Tear Months Ji.oo to LESSON FOR AUGUST A DAY OF QUESTIONS, 30 jj or Itiprraa Monty Send monfjr by rwt-ofncOrder. Draft, Registered Ltlttr, or one and two atampa. The Ute after your name on Ubel ahowe to what date your aulMCMptlon l pam. It It la not changed within three weelta after renewal notify ua. Mlaalng number! will be gladly supplied If we arc noiinru. liberal terma given to any who obtain new fonr tfbcriptlona for ae. Any one Fending anbarrlptlons ran receive The Cititen free (OThfrnaelf for one year. AdvertMng ratra on application. mt a Caeaar'a. Then aald Ha unto tham, ran-d- ar therefore unto Caeaar the thlnn that are Caeanr'a: and unto Ood the thin re that are Qod'a." Matt Jl IV V. moro than tho portion of Scripture so lected sooma to warrant. Wo bTe aeon In prertoua loaaona how th Mm tor condomnod and donouncod the rulers by hla teaching in parable. This led tho rharlaoca to Uko counsel how they might enanaro htm (r. 16). Threo questions wore aaked, one) political, ono doctrinal and ono othl-ca- l. Our next leaaon deals with tho third question. I. Tha 18-2- I.TC880N TEXT Matt. XJiW-- tl OOI.niCN T1SXT "They tar unto mm,) Trlr Tho title of this Iwion surrmU' mrhhk or must bo at all times a careful ob server of children, ho must always ho a student as well as a teacher. Training School 'KKirrcCKY TRBSS ASSOCIATION. NORMAL STUDENTS FEATURES AT BEREA NORMAL classes was belter last year than over before. Wo expect greater THAT ARE ATTRACTING SPEimprovement still for tho coming CIAL ATTENTION As tho seasoned soldier is desired No Whiskey Advertisements! No Immodest News Itemsl BEREA NORMAL SCHOOL Its Aim C. N. McAllister The Normal School of Eerea Col lego has one deflnlto purpose, name ly, to prcparo teachers for the rural schools. In this it differs very radically from other normal schools. Students of other normal schools have their attention directed toward tho large towns and cities. Berca is preparing teachers for the country schools. All tho courses arc planned for tho student who is preparing to teach in tho country or to supervise tho work of tho country schools. Tho courses arc so planned that a young man or woman may teach a school part of the year, and, after tho school closes enter Bcrea as a student. Tho expenses at Bcrca is less than that of any other good school in tho country. In fact any earnest boy or girl may earn the expense of a normal course by teaching part of tho time. (Sco page 7 of this paper). Prepares for Teachers' Examinations All tho courses offered in tho Bcrea Normal School preparo students to pass tho county and state teachers examinations. In addition to that they arc received by all standard colleges as preparation for entering tho college courses. Students who have earned four- -; teen units of credit in tho Normal, and who have taught ono full term of school on a first class certificate, arc allowed ono unit of credit for such leaching, hence, arc given full admission to college. Professional Training Students of tho standard colleges of Kentucky aro granted certificates to teach in the High Schools of tho State after they havo completed a deflnilo requirement of work done, in which refmircment aro prescrbed courses in Education. Our Normal School graduates easily meet tho requirements for tho courses in Education. Tho Normal School courses have been prepared in accordanco with tho established principles of Education. Every course, whero over taught if well taught, is a "culture" course. The Normal courses are also practical. Students are prepared for actual life. They aro taught how to live among men and women, and how to render the ser-viwhich life demands of them. Tho Normal courses lay special stress upon tho profession of teaching. Tho teacher requires a special training for his work, to tho same degree as does tho lawyer, doctor, or mechanical engineer. All Stales aro requiring better teachers year by year. Such preparation as is required may bo had from tho courses offered in the Berca Normal School. "Know Thyself" Tho first thing every teacher should know is HIMSELF. How may wo leaoh others if wo do not know what it means to learn. Teachers must become thoroly acquainted with themholves. Tho courses in Psychology offer ah opportunity for such solf acquaintance. Know Children In tho noxt place, teachers must know children. Tho sources in child study help tho student to realizo that children are not simply smaller editions of adults. Tho child comes to bo known as a bo ins very different from tho adult, and as a being which requires special co for critical situations in tho battle so, where results aro desired in tho school room, a seasoned teacher is secured. Tho training school is the place whero tho student becomes seasoned for his work. Ho has tho privilege of leaching under tho help ful and friendly supervision of skill ed teachers, and by their guidance works his way thru many an impassible difficulty to tho underguid- ed beginner. Even old teachers find jt a great privilege to leach under fsuch supervision. Knapp Hall, our new building, is used exclusively by the Training School. This building was designed and erected for this specific purpose; its observation galleries and consul tation rooms make of it an unusually well arranged building for train- ng school purposes. Tho teachers in charge of tho work in Knapp Hall aro all well trained and experienced workers. Bcrca Normal conducts two Model Rural Schools. One of these schools is located one mile, the other three miles from the Campus. In theso schools tho student may observe the work of a one room country school. In addition to the opportunities for observing tho leaching of the Train ing School and of tho two Model Rural Schools, the Normal students aro permitted to observe tho work of leaching in the Academy, Vocational Schools, Foundation School, and tho College. Enter Berea Normal School Berea Normal admits all young men and women of good character who havo completed tho work of tho Who May EIGHT GRADE. Teachers Examinations Any young man or woman who has a desire to teach may quickly prepare for tho teachers examina tion. Bcrca's students attracted speoial attention in several of the mountain counties this Spring and Summer because of their very thoro preparation for the examinations. While preparing for tho examinations for a teacher's certificate ho is at the sarno timo making credits that will admit him to College. Some times an opportunity presents itself which could not have been foreseen by the student. Tho ono who is prepared can tako advantago of su)h unoxpcplcd opportunities. Many men havo gone to college who did not know ono year beforo they went that they would ever bo ablo lo go. When thoopportunity came they wcro ready. Tho "lightning" may 6triko you, get ready for it. Bcrea not only prepares you for teaching, and for a higher education, should you desiro it, but, best of all, it prepares you to live among people, and to do the work of men and women. Write for information to Marshall E. Vaughn, Secretary, Berca, Ky. year. Tho new Training School Berea's Purpose building, Knapp Hall, is now com To offer opportunity- - for an edu- plcted and tho grounds aro graded cation to every mountain boy and so there will bo nothing to intcrfcro girl. with the well formed plans of the To preparo the boys and girls for Training School Faculty. rural life, so that thoy may return to their homo communities and make lifo fuller and richer for thoso who HOW TO WRITE A COMPOSITION A Talk With Boys and Girls live among these beautiful mounBy President Frost tains. Berea Normal's Equipment Faculty My dear Boys and girls: A Faculty of specially trained and I hope your teacher has appointed devoted workers. an exhibition day and asked each Professor John Edward Calfen is ono of you to write a composition. You known the country over becnuso of' I know just how you act. the many things he has dono to make stand on ono foot and pout a liltlo the teaching of Arithmetic interest-- 1 and say, "I never did write a com ing, effective, and truly practical, position and I don't know howl" Authors of arithmetics everywhere I But nobody ever made any pro-a- ro following tho suggestions of press except by doing things that ho Professor Calfec, and oven immlta- -. never did beforo You can writo a ting his work as published in his i composition just ns easily as any body who is a beginner. RURAL ARITHMETIC. some Is Professor Charles Dickens Lewis,! Jiow a composition a mountain man, is known thru outll,ol,Snls Dut down on PaPcr You Ulink and 1 do no1 d0"" tho mountains as a scientist and a!1,avo teacher of lechers. His work in tho' 0,1 imcnu 10 00 ""niters; you Normal School and as a conductor! 1,avo a ,,ca(1 that ,s nul on 'our of Teachers Institutes has won f0r,sl,.ou,der.3 for sucl a Purpose, In order to think, you havo to him an enviable reputation. think about some thing, and so thcro Professor William Carl Hunt, known by all tho Bcrea folk as tho must be a subject for your compo"Students' Friend," having passed sition. Just ns soon as you choose thru the trials of the mountain a subject, you will begin to havo school teacher, knows how lo guide thoughts about it. A first rate composition could bo the student preparing for such work. written about any simplo object in Professor John F. Smith, from the tho school room .mountains of Tennessee, has not Suppose we write a composition only lived and taught in tho mounabout tho water bucket! Just tell tains, ho has carefully studied tho all you know about that bucket, conditions of rural life; he has made where was bought it. it a careful survey of a mountain how much did made, who long has it cost, how county, and familiarized himself it been used, and whllo you aro an with the work of all other workers swering those questions yon will in tho samo fields. , begin to havo thoughts I wonder Professor Smith's courses in nural if the bucket was glad to go Economics and nural Lifo present to tho schoolhouse instead of go to the student the large privileges ing lo tho barn to water horses, or and responsibilities of tho rural to the kitchen lo be used with the teacher and the rural preacher. mop I I wonder how many different Dean McAllister has spent thrco boys havo taken that bucket to tho years as a student and six years as ppring do they always go becauso an Instructor in tho Psychological they arc thirsty, or do they some Laboratory of Yale University, and limes go just becauso they aro tired nine years as teacher of psychology of sitting in school? So you sec you to Normal students. His courses are can havo thoughts about tho water arranged for teachers. The Courso bucket and write a very good com in Educational Psychology Js intend- position. ed for the moro advanced students ur, supposo you aro lo wruo a of the Normal. Tho courses in edu composition about the best woman cational theory aro organized on in tho county. You will think of all thoroly sound psychological prin tho good things in all the women ciples. you know. You will describo how new Cahrles Spurgcon Knight, a woman should appear and act at supervises tho work of Bible Train- different limes and you should won ing classes, and has charge of tho der how she camo to bo gentlo in work in tho Public Speaking for tho stead of cross, and kind instead of Normal studonts. rude, and skilful instead of indo Miss Kathcrinc Bowcrsox, Dean of lent. Just as soon as you begin lo Women, and Instructor in Methods, think about ono thing you will havo is a woman of unusual forco of char- thoughts and you can put them acter and efficiency in her work. down on paper, and thon you will Tho teachers in tho Training havo a composition. School, Misses Virginia Boatright, And in writing tho composition, Gladys Pills, Mabel Beck, and Ollio you aro learning to think, learning May Parker, were selected for their to express your thoughts. You aro work becauso of their special quali- gelling educated fast when you aro fications. Tho work of tho training writing a composition Isbbbbbbbbbbbbb6ibbb9s!bbbbbbbbbbbbbbb HBflKcKFalp ISSSSSSEffSsWiflsslsSSlH laBHHBSaaaHfamLBBHH' HflHK9u ''''T SiBkKV-W- V . BhWSE' BVaHWaBBBBBBBBBVBBBBBBBBBVflllBlBI W 4B ' 'SeHbHI aaaaaaLaaaaaaaaaaaaHHHH 'JeH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBHIwaBBB BBBbbbbbbbbbbbbbbkJVP?t BKMBBBBim courses in General Pedagogy, and Methods of Teaching. Ho realizes there is a reason for teaching He realizes that! such courses. bo is not only a teacher, be treatment. This prepares tho student for the wl' Br h KMuMtStWSKtM JSMnBBsBBBaaaVSJ XeBBBBm4SBSBBl PEARSONS HALL Normal and College Men's Dormitory 8ecrt Method. First Question, W. This parablo of tho wicked huaband-ma- n (ch. 21) seems to hare been clearly understood by tho Pharisee (r. 45). Wbilo It stung It did not bring Iho in to repontance. Tho hardening effect of unaccepted truth Is ono of Ita moat torriblo results upon thn human heart. Tho record tells us plainly (ch. 21:4) why thoea Pharisees wero withheld from at oaeo putting Jesua out of tho way. Thoy therefore resorted to secret mothods and endeTord to bring him Into conflict with the Roman 'OTemment. Thai Fhartsoos entered Into this plot to en- t&nglo Jefus with their most determined enemies, tho Herodlan party (Mark 12:13). It was a good schemo from their tlewpolnt to get Jesus to utter something treasonable and then to turn him oyer to nerod, who was puppet of Rome. Theso Pharisees scorned to pay taxes to this samo government with which they are now They began with words pt smooth Battery (r. 16). Tho devil Is THE HEALTH MASTER noTor so subtile, so dangerous nor so malicious as when ho flatters. A par there's no trace left. I am." "Come in lo hrenVfnal " anlil Mr. from Jesus each party would hn.ro Clyde, entering tho room with a child glren qulto a different reply to this can seo aitaciicu to cither hand. Sho was a question. In fancy wo gloatingly them extall, fair woman with thn ehnrm of as thoy must haTA claimed, "Now wo will seo him en fresh coloring and regular features, trapped." If Jesus declared It Illegal large, intelligent eyes, and a some to pay tribute to Caesar they could at what restless vigor and vitality. once formul&to a chargo of sodltion That her husband and children against blm. On tho other hand, for f)n timl him to declare It proper thus to pay adored her was ohvlnu. to look Iwico to perceive that sho trlbuto to a foreign gorernment would o was over thirty: and oven a careful seem to them for him to d.ny his claim, according to their under estimate did not sukgcsI her real nee standing of the messtanlo program. of Ihirtv-snve- n. Cnlllng for a Roman denarius, a Dunne Iho introductory meal. Dr. legal taxpaylng coin worth about 17 aironir iniKcu mosi v lo her. hnl hn cents, he aaked, "Whose Is this Imago kept watching tho children. And and superscription?" "Caesar's," they wiien it was over, ho went to his reply, and by those words they ham study and made- an Inventory, in the caught themselves and not Jesus. Ills reply was, In otfect, "Very well, you orucr or age. Grandma Sharplcss. Probably 70: nccept tho money of Pome, you must sound and firm as n good apple: by that set accept tho responsibility ought to livo lo be 00. Medical which accompanies It." Jesus first of all denounces their hypocrisy and then demands, none. exposes tho folly of their question. Mr. Clyde. 15: sturdy, restrained His Teaching Is Plain. active, phlegmatic: Tends lo II. The 8cond Question, v. his own best Tho ratlonallitlo Badduoees, who did physician. not bellero In tho resurrection at all, Mrs. Clyde. 35: nos.iihlv now try to entrap Jesus by questionQuick-witte- d, nervously active; ing him along tho lino of their particueager, perhaps a llttlo greedy of lar doctrlno. Tho toachtng of Jesus enjoyment. Somewhat Intem Is plain and unequlrocal as to tho resperate; probably in eating, pos- urrection of tho body and the Immorsibly in thn USO nf lo.i np nnmlv tality of tho iouL Jesus seems in this Ignore tho first and An Invariably loving mother; not reply rather to to strike at the second, which is moro invariably a wise one. fundamental. Their plan of attack Maynard, otherwise, "Manny" Clyde. was very scholarly and philosophical i i years oiu; rangy, and was designed to show tho absurdintelligent boy with n ity of his teaching and thus by ridl-cul- o good physical equipment. (Note: discredit his standing. It Is always a favorite) way for thoso who watch his eves.) qulbblo to Imagine a suppositious caso Robin alias Bobs and Julia (myster and then to put a subtllo question. In iously) Junkum. old twins; Bobs, quick and flashing this caao our Lord, by ono sentonco demolished attack. liko his mother; Julia, demure, "Vo do err,tbelr knowing not tho Scrip thoughtful, a llttlo lethargic, tures, nor tho power of God." and with much of her father's The Teaching. Jesus hero shows us winning quality of friendliness. tho truo relation of himself and of his (Note: test Bobs for rcfloxea. people to political questions. Ho roc ognlies tho authority of human gov Watch Julia's hnhlls nf ninv ernment and It is his will that his folCharles. Aged 7; strong, rough-a'ntumuio urchin, tho particular lowers shall enjoy tho liberties or pel of his grandmothor. (Nolo: privileges which that govornmont has to otter; at the samo timo they aro to watch his hand mollnn.o submit themselves to its roqsjremonts Bcttlna, alias variously Betsy. under ono clearly stated condition, Toots, Twinkles, and tho Cher- viz., Clod's supremo will. In so far as ub. 4 years old; a Duck (hero tho laws of tho state aro Just and tho human sldo of tho doctor true and In harmony with tho law of broke through), though a liltlo Ood It Is tho duty of Christian pooplo spoiled by her father. (Noto: a to support and to obey them. Josus r; tho first case to would ally himself with nolther party, thoroby avoiding complicity with any bo considered.) tnoosuro of evil. Wo may likewise Addendum. Various servants, not maintain a similar relationship yet Identified or studied; but Qod and speak with authority In with tho nono tho less members of our correction of abuses, and in tho dlroo-lio- n household community. of clvlo and national lifo. This cataloguo Dr. Strong put Wo havo purposely included tho sec away, with Grnndma Rh ond question Inasmuch as tho next lee-day books, for further notation and son concorns tho third of this group,, amplification. Then ho mado thrco which ought to be studied as a whole., over ready to meet visits: ono to the Health n,rnn,i Joeua was IIo novor equtvocatod, any question. but ono to tho Water Department, nnd lifts hla answer out of tho realm of ono to tho City Engineer's office, tho controversial into that of abiding, whoro ho spent much time over principles. Jesus denounced the hysundry maps. It was closo upon pocrisy of his assailants, condemned dinncr-tim- o when ho returned, nnd their Ignorance of the law they so loudly professed to oboy and pro- -' Immediately looked up Mr. Clydo. claimed nt tha same timo the Immor "Well?" said that gentleman. "Assuming that I accept your of- tality of tho soul and the resurrection fer it should bo understood that I'm of the body. Ha emphasises aaa's responsibility to his govern n sat. (Contluued oa l'iro yiu con-nlrln- g. mol-slanl23-3d, d dmouth-breathe- MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by. Prof. Frank S. Montgomery, Instructor In Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator.' Speaking of winter oats: If you havo well drained land and forward corn sow that land to wlnlor oats not later than Sept. 15. Land that will bring 1G bu, of spring oats will yield 23 bu. of winter oats. AROUND THE DAIRY. BLUE LICK AT THE FRONT Tho roads of a neighborhood Indi cate Uiolr spirit of progress or their Most or our roaus aro sorrincs?. worked enough to mako Ihom good llio year round If tho right kind of work were done. Tho Illuo Llok folks havo mado a discovory. They had tho uso of a county rond scraper for a fow days and llio road is now In good condi tion as far as Mr. Kinibrell's. Ilul will It be that way noxt March after the winter rains? Yes, llicro Is a way lo keep roads good tho year round, and that way is to uso tho Split Log Drag and Mr, John Johnson. Mr. M. Gab-baand Mr. Mao Matipln havo agreed to make and uso tho drags on this mile of road. The drag must lw run two or thrco rounds ovor the road after every rain io fill up and smooth over ovcry nil nun iiuiu uiiuck iiuiu inai ucBiua to form and lo keep ho road ridged up In the middle all tho lime. When this- - is faithfully dono tho water runs off to tho sides all tho tlmo and tho road drlos very soon. Another thing is that tho dragging of tho wet dlrl packs it together and It bakes in the sun and In tlmo water will hnrdly soak Into it at all. A Crying Need Next to tho soil improvement and belter livestock, good roads arc tho most crying need of Kentucky. Watch our Blue Lick friends mako and keep a good road whoro thoro lias always been a had one. Go home and start it in your own neighborhood. Don't wait for Mr. Baker or someone elso to begin, but start at ed onco so as to get tho road before fall rains set in. rd well-pack- No man can mako n success of dairying who docs not take good' euro of his en I re. Do not haul waste products back to the farm from (ho creamery In tho same cans used for delivering milk. NOTES Have you saved cowpca seed yet? If not got last week's Cltlxca and read on pago 3 all about saving cow-p- ea seed and cowpca hay. There is to be a good prizo offered for the best gallon of homo grown cowpca seed brought to tho Bore a corn show this fall. - Belter order your seed rye at onco for the prlco of ,ryo is advancing . -' i ir 1 1 1-- . Tfcss niMiould'Htat ba' an acre of oom' fjouna icti oaro mis winter. Sow it lo ryo if it is too poor lo raise 15 bu, of wheat, 30 bu. of barley, or 25 bu. of winter oats. perature. LEGAL Hearty enters nro most to lie desired for cows, and they may usually bo selected while they aro cnlre. You will find u dainty calf (o be n dainty cow. 'Halt ripened cream churns Don't sow but iVi bu. of winter very slowly In other words, the oats per acre. They slool out won T butter from It Is n long time com- derfully. lng, and tho yield I not so good ns from tho properly ripened arPlan to havo tho boys lako tho ticle. Twenty Holstcln cows have short agricultural course at Ilerca (his fall and winicr. They will farm produced over 857 pound of butter fat In 3GS days, equivalent to much boiler next year. to 1,000 pound of churned butter. Alfalfa Is tho best bay that can SOUR SKIM MILK FOR CALVES bo provided for n dairy cow. Thai in summer timo calves do as well on sour skim milk as thoy do on sweet will bo interesting news to FARM DRAFT HORSES. many farmers who havo hitherto been kept from raising calves by tho Marts of tha Big Brttds Make the expense of keeping tho milk sweet Most Profitable Rsturns. In hot weather. Tho cxponso experIt Is not difficult to show that uniments carried out by tho depart- der nrcrnge farm conditions the draft home Is one of the most profitable ment Indlcato to bo quite unnecessary. Tho calves will mako as rap- products, and perhaps the most profitid gains on sour skim milk. In win- able of all llru stock to grow, says M. Watson In the National Stockman. It ter. It is true, this is not quilo so docs not follow that one should devote satisfactory. It chills tho calves and all his time to them or cover his farm isomo of them drink it with great with such nulinnls. He should, howreluctance. Very young calves have ever, keep two or moro strictly first even been known to rcfuso it alto class mnrcs. As a general rule. It may be said gether. On tho other hand, of f of the farm teams-shoulcourse, it is much easier lo keep tho that f be draft marcs. If tho farm milk sweet in winter. teams nro marcs nnd the same nro In calling tho attention of farmers properly taken care of, never ogaln will to theso fads, however, tho depart- It bo necessary to buy horses for tho ment at the samo timo emphasizes teams and In the courso of time there an Important precaution. Unless tho will bo horses to sell. In such a prospect the quality of milk is produced and kept under should cleanly conditions, it may bocomo dam raising bare careful attention, as of horses Is not a matter the .contaminated with discasc-produ- c Ing bacteria. Farmers should therefore allow tho milk lo sour quickly and then feed it without delay. In llio courso of Ihcso experiments sour skim milk was fed lo 22 calves, Holslolns, Jerseys and Guernseys at different seasons of tho year. In no oaso did it causo digestive distur bances oven when tho change from sweet to sour milk was mado abrupt KBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBOIBb! ly when llio calves wcro only a few days old. Moreover, no evil results followed the alternate uso of sweet and sour. It seems, therefore, that llio common idea that sour milk leads to scours is quilo unfounded. Tho calves It was found, did not liko (ho sour milk as well as tho sweet, hut in the majority of cases soon hecamo accustomed lo it. Tho ff"?lBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV,M's aversion, however, increased when Ihe milk was fed (hem nl a low temone-hald one-hal-'- AKOIITtCTf li.X KNAPP HALL Training; School of Berea College SOMETHING NEW Rev. Chas. S. Knight 'WBPy NOTES. hare equal right, nml nno using nu automobile mint hare due regard for (lie eijmil right of others, taking Into e consideration tho tendency of hi to frighten horses nml cause In Jury to traveler. Where the owner of land nml hi tenant ngrce Mint a building erected by tho tenant I to retain Its character mh personnl property of the tenant and It Is not attached to tho ground, tho building doca not become bound by on Dilating mortgage on tho premise. Tho policy of the law U to encourage diligence In the aettlonieut of controversies, or rather to discourage delay A Krooii may liavr ud carelessness. perfectly Just and lawful claim against nnotlier for land or for money on account of debt or damage nml neglect to QSMcrt mid enforce his claim All person" using n public highway for such a length of tlmo that It become barred by the statute of limitations. Erery state ba such u statute. Thoy nro similar to one another, but not precisely allUe. nml the periods of tlmo necessary to cause elnliu to be outlawed vary with the nature of tho rlnlnia. equipment for pedesA. gyroscopic trians; scorns more needed Uaa one tor automobiles In these days of reckless chauffeurs. The slilrs breed of draft horsa had Its prlgin In England and Is closely related to the CyMesdsls. In recent years It has grown In favor in the United States. Some breeders maintain that a Shire stallion Is the best to mate with the common marrs of the corn belt. The Shire Is a little taller and heavier thnn the Clydesdale, and Its walking gait Is said to be slower than that of the latter breed. The Illustration shows forequarters of a prise winning Shire mare. Former Normal students will bo glad to know that tho very interesting classes in Ilhctorlcals, Elocution and Bible, conducted by Prof. Charles S. Knight last year will bo continued and all those interested in religious education will rejoice that llio much talked or new Biblo Department i3 to bo a fact from Sept. ICth. Tho object of this course in Practical Theology is to givo thoso wishing to do effectivo Christian work Just the training that will bo most useful and to givo them this training in the shortest possible timo commensurate with good work, with this in mind a courso running through ono year and consisting of tho following studies is offered: I Sunday School methods, Prof. Knight, ono hour each week. During the fall term thfs class will study llio Sunday School as a community center. Organization and management will bo tho themo in tho winter, and the uso of Biblo stories, blackboard, etc., in tho spring. Thoso who took this work last year were enthusiastic and a larger class than ever is expected from tho first. II Bible Outlines a general review of old and new Testaments, Prof. Knight. This is the courso that was given with "so much success in tho normal last year, and will continue as ono of tho normal courses as well ns a courso in tho Biblo School throughout tho coming year. non-sectari- an Prof. Smith, wo need not comment upon for all thoso who havo studied under these two livo wire3 know that thcro isn't a dull minute in tho hour and that '.ho studies arc a pleasure rather than a task. In conclusion it will bo of interest to thoso who cannot givo their wholo timo to this Biblo Courso to know that any part or a3 many parts as they can carry, may bo elected by our students in connection with tho regular school work and wo feel suro that a very largo number will avail themselves of this latest and best opportunity which Berea is offering lo tho ambitious young people of our glorious south. Wo understand that ministers and Sunday school workers aro especially invited lo come, even though they can stay but a few weeks, and wo feel safe in assuring them of rich blessings in spirit, mind and body walking the halls of this great Christian college CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS While European countries aro calling for volunteers in a conflict of war, Kentucky is calling for vol unleers in a conflict of peace, a con diet which, if eventually and sue ccssfully waged, will insure to tho pcoplo of this great Commonwealth a new era of peace, happiness and Kentucky prosperity. has ono blight and blot upon her record at this lime, and that is tho high percentage of illiteracy among her adult population. 208,084 of her men and women cannot read or write, and aro thus deprived of tho privileges of citizenship and prevented from enjoying tho richest blessings of life. These men and women KENTUCKY ILLITERACY COMMISIll .Biblo Preaching, Prof. Knight. Fall aro mostly nativo whites. Many of SION, term. Ihem aro peoplo of superior intel By Cora Wilson Stewart, President. lect and somo of them, at least, aro However much they ambitious. may hunger for an education, tho day school can offer them no opportunity. It must accommodato tho children. Tho Stato is deprived of tho servico of theso unfortunate men and women, and tho school is p deprived of their intelligent eration. Threo weeks' instructioa in moonlight schools would enable them to read and write, at least, and when given tho koys to knowledge, they will proceed to unlock the treasure house for themselves. For the sako of this great army of benighted men and women, for tho sako of their children and their grandchildren, for tho sako of tho causo of education, for tho sake of a better and moro intelligent citizenship, for tho sake of a moro creditable record when tho census of 1020 is taken, for tho sake of the Commonwealth, which, when crime breaks out or epidemics prevail or dark days come, looks upon its illiteracy as tho causo and laments, "My peoplo are confounded for want of knowledge," wo appeal to every public and private school teacher to enlist and start a moonlight school on tho evening of. September 7th, and to every citizen to seek out and instruct somo one or moro illiterates. "Ono thousand moonlight schools, fifty thousand adults enrolled, ten thousand illiterates taught" is our aim for 1914. Let all truo and palriotio Kcntuck-ian- s, men, women and children, rich and poor, young and old, white and colored, enlist for service in Kentucky's conflict against illiteracy. co-o- of mouths, but of years, nnd results As a general proposition, the man arc determined largely by tho choice of who Is a hard worker la seldom hard dam nnd of courso by proper mating, It Is not supposed that tho colls nro workod. raised for market, but for home use, and when thus used they will be even A woman's tdoa of keeping a more protltuble, not altogether in dot cret la to kesp It going. lars, but largely In tho pleasure of hav lug Just what is wanted on the farm. Good Intentions ore all Those who don't mlsc but buy their tftay do not pay debts. farm horses must pay targe profits nnd take chances. It takes a big mare to raise big horses, and certainly she U worth her prlco for work nnd brwdlng If she or a gelding like her Is worth a similar fig ure for work alone. Tho man with the mare has an advantage over every ouo else In tho horse business. He gets the double return on his Investment Mu:l" ' bbbbbMp!! 'LaBafJftriaasSHk '' . f;..k ' 3 w. - 'HHi; BfytlEBBIPMB" f, rlat; H8r' 935iSBlHaKBlBltBBB( dBBBBBBBBBBamPIVICiflBUki aK2&f4lfr ama55!J BBBBBkBtfVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBal bbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBb! A1 LHU .HHHtfa"" BHMMssm'C - aLILVikiKLILwirVattBC sHbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVjbbbbbbbbV iHHKrs LHHBLbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbF JH sLIBsVil Silage For the Bull. The feeding of com silage Judiciously to u herd bull does not lujurc his prepotency. It Is true of corn sllngo as of any other food. If tho animal Is overfed Injury of ono kind or another will result Corn sllago should provide only a portion of tho animal's All animals demand a certain amount otedry food dally, therefore hay should bo fed In conjunction with silage fur roughage. In addition to this, especially In breeding season, the herd bull should have a light ration of foods conducive to tho upbulldlug of condition and stamina. Such foods ore bran, oil men mid ground oat. Where corn sllago Is fed us a small portion of tho ration for the purpose of supplying succulence rather than food nutrients It Is ouo of tho most viiluablo feeds for nil kind of breeding animals. 1 LIBRARY For Use of Normal Students Principals and examples of effec tivo speaking. Winter tho preparation and delivery of sermons Spring, Sermons and lectures for spcoial occasions. IV 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 oi any kind, in the best town in the state (that's Berea you know), Farm lands in the garden spot of the world, (that's Central Kentucky too), Mineral, Timber Lands or Timber Propositions, in one of the richest sections in the United States in natural resources -(that's Eastern Kentucky also), or a like proposition in any other part of Clod's country (tint's the South Land sure) the opening of is going to turn the investing tide the world's greatest water-wa- y just list with us, and give us your orders, and we'll do the rest. No, not altogether (or the fun of it, but a very reasonable commission. iiaHMiaHiaiaiaH Shtsp Pay For Care. secure the best returns from raising It Is not necessary to tli em excluslvo of all other Itre but a small Hock, just what can conveniently be accommodated aloug with other farm animals aud given tho best of care. To sheep keep stock, Horse Comfort. Keep a good. deep, dry bed under the horse while be Is In tho stable day or night, on Sundays especially. The moro be lies down the longer bis legs ind feet will last l'hoto by American Press Association. German Kaiser Talking Over War Here are shown tho German emperor (on the loft) discussing plans for war with two of tils trusted rear admirals. Hear Admiral von Tlrplts la shown U the center and Rear Admiral iron IloltaendorS on the rlf at. Elocution, Thcro is no moro important study ;than that of elocution for no mat ter how much ono may know if thoy cannot express their knowlodgo with beauty, forco and power not pnly to individuals but to audiences, it is of littlo use. Judging from tho work dono and tho results obtained in thfs class last year, preachers, teachers, and all others who expect to take a leading part in moulding tho social, educational and spiritual lifo of our coun try can do themsalvcs and tho community at largo no grcator favor than to come to Berea for this train ing If for nothing moro. Prof.-Knlght. A Square Deal ta Our Motto No Trade Made, No Money Paid PtMae No. ISO, V The Classes in Bible Truth, Prof. Knight aud ia Rural Economics, J. W. HOSKINS, Mgr. Page Four. THE CITIZEN August 27, 1914. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OT BERHA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A The Citizen Premium WILLIAM C. RUCKER the birth of a Nearly all of the Fire Insurance daughter, Beatrico Gwendolyn, Aug. Companies have withdrawn from 21, 101 1. the state, but Breclc C& Evans Mrs. Gillespie was Miss Cora Ellen have some Old Strong Companies Marsh, n former student of Berea. that will furnish Any Kind of InMUses Annio Yelvington and Liz surance you want. zio Bogie spent from Wednesday till Saturday of last week at Stanford Fair. Q. C PURKEY, Prop. Professor Chas. D. Lewis will be at Clark Institute, Winchester, Ky., Photographs, High Class next week. Enlarging, Kodac Finishing ad Phone all your wants to 29. Picture Framing Teachers throughout the country Over Bert Bank and Trust Co. should get new inspiration from this BARGAINS WATCHES issue of The Citizen. WATCHES Prof, and Mrs. LeVant Dodge are Go to Marcum's to get your Jow Everything guaranteed. Prices gono from Berea to attend a family dry. reunion in northeastern Ohio. Next tho lowest, quality considered. week they will be in attendance upNext door to Clarkslon's Hard on I he G. A. 11. 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Ths direct button controlled pressure upon the bar, gets a full supply ofink by simply dipping the point in the ink, depressing the button and releasing no muu, no futs, or soiled fingers simplicity, convenience and cleanliness. The most practical and reliable pen ever offered to the public. Every pen has the "Wawco" unlimited guarantee in the box with the pen. Mr. Edgar Wyalt, who has been employed at Whitesburg is in Berea for a few days. Mrs. Bill Brannaman of Iiutnor is visiting homefolks for a while. Here we are with another lot of good offers. Who can beat them? Tho Citizen for one year and the Evening Post till Jan. 1, 1915 and a 10 page War Atla3 all for $2.00. Tho Courier Journal and Tho Citizen one year foe $0.10. The same for six months, 83.70 or for three months sure. Osborne, tho family candidate for celebration, received absent treatment. Ho is to ho congratulated on the celebration and to be commiserated on his absence, Joined with him in tho joyous fes tival were Mr. and Miss Burgess, who thoughtfully chose tlio samo day for their advent on an earthly career. They had tho wisdom to be present. No absent treatment for thorn. Gla'd assistants in tho celo bration worn Mr. Taylor and Mrs. Roberts who also brought Dr. Rob erts with her. A joyous, useful and glad new year to the August 2oth people. Yes, the ice cream was good, so was it all, but best the spirit of lovo and kindness and the tender mother ly love that there found expression and sought others to sharo in the expression. Mr. Albert BASE BALL troit. Mich. Tho Canflelds returned Monday in L, & N, TIME TABLE AaiUtant Surgeon Onaral Ruokar their automobile from a very pleas North Bound, Local of tht UnlUd Stataa publlo haalUf ant vacation at Mr. Canfleld's former 12 3 15 0 7 8 9 aarvlea, Is In eharga of tha plagua araaV Knoxvilla 7:00 a. m 10:66 p. m. home at Litchfield, Ohio. .Blue Lick 00000001 01 loatlon oampalgn at Now Oriaana. 1:07 p. m. 1:62 m. m. EREA Point Level .... 1000000012 7:45 a.m. 6:80 p.m. Cincinnati of a week's end houso party. The South Bound, Local 8:16 p.m. honored guests were: Misses Norma 6:80 a.m. Cincinnati 12:84 p. m. 12:38 a. m. and Esther Parsons of Covington, BEREA 6:60 a. m. hyH and Mr. Harry Oberhelman of 7:00 p. ra. Knoxvillt Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mr. William 2.35. Expreat Train The Citizen and Tho Cincinnati No. 88 will atop to Uka on passM Smith of Cincinnati, Ohio. gars for Knoxrilla and points boyond. Mr. Oberhelman and Mr. Smith Post for one year $3.00. For six Courtesy is our watchword For three months, South Bound returned to Cincinnati Monday cv months $2.15. $1.70. 8:00 a. m. Giadnnata Style our attraction ening. Mr. James Wynn, who has been 11:56 a. m. EREA The Misses Parsons will remain Prices our inducement. working for the printing departNo. 82 will stop at Bona to take for a longer visit. an paaaaafara for Cincinnati, O., and The best buggies in the world at ment this summer left yesterday for polata bayond. Welch's. (ad) Pennington Gap, Va, where he will North Bound Stoves, stoves, stoves at Welch's. visit with his sister, Mrs. Ely, for a BEREA 4:46 p. m. Any k;nd, any price. (ad) few weeks. Cineinaati 8:60 p. m. Mr. Harrold VanWinkle was op erated on for appendicitis on Tues Prof, and Mrs. Calfee are moving day of this week. All indications Crar Main and CanUr St, Barea, Kjr. this week into their nice new resi- are that he is doing splendidly. Dr. dence on Jackson St. Robinson was the attending sur PASTURE geon. Mrs. Lou Hanson is leaving Borna I have pasture for 5 to 10 calves at 50 cents per month, Simon this week for Oklahoma wliern aho ad. will visit with her sister for a few Muncy. Mr. J. G. Durham, who was se- months. verely cut and bruised by a fall Our Mexican War Story is cettinsr IN COMPLETE ASSORTMENT while camping on Indian Fort last interesting. We are glad we are not :n Mexico. week is speedily recovering. NOW AT WELCH'S THIS IS Mr. Samuel Hanson, who has been Pure lard in 501b cans at Welch's sick is better. ad. for $6.00. THE BEST GRADE NOT THE Get that aluminum cooking ware Mr. J. E. Lunsford of Nicliolasvillo FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES (ad) week from his vaca at welcli's. returned last KIND SOLD BY AGENTS Mr. W. H. Duncan went down to tion which was spent at McKee with Fruits and Vegetables Millersburg to work for a while. his kinsfolk. Mrs. Nannie Brannaman after vis55& Portland Cement at Welch's Mill Feed, Flour and Meal Mrs. J. H. Muntz writes from Au iting with her dauchter at Brush rora, Ind., that they are nicely set- Creek last week returned home the OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE. GIVE US A CALL tled in their new homo and can't get first of tho week. Whero a business man fails to adalong without The Citizen. Main Street, Berea Mrs. J. D. Clarkston is spending vertise in a good lively local paper like .The Citizen, it indicates that ho the week at Crab Orchard. Miss Mary E. Welsh of Boothbay, is not much concerned about tho in Maine, fojwrer teacher of languages crease of his business. Tho party of which Miss Lucv in Berea College spent a few days Roberts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. with friends at Damariscotta, Me. Welch's guarantee on buggies Is B. H. Roberts, was a member, that worth more alone than lots of bug- has been touring thru Germany, has (ad) reached London. gies, Mr. Harry Pralher is in town for There will bo an ice cream supper at the Glades Christian Church, a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Frost an Saturday night, Sept. 5th, 1914. UNION CHURCH NEWS QUARTER CENTURY OLD Given for and by the Christian En- nounce the birth of a daughter, Mary Tho pastor will preach next Sundeavor Society. Everybody is invit- Elizabeth, Aug. 17, 1911. Mr. Frost Berea now Everybody in Southern day. was assistant dean of tho Foundation ed. nows that Pruitt Smith i3 a quarter The largest line of buggies in east- Schools last fall and winter terms. of a century old. Tho prayer meeting topic this AT wiioiesomo week is found in tho 10th of Acts, ern Kentucky now on exhibition at War has been declared on high A good (ad) iiiinpimiR limn marked tho occasion How God Meets tho Devout Seeker, (ad) prices at Welch's. Welch's. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Porter wcro preceded by tho most bountiful din- vs. Tho enlargement of a man Mr. William Hanson of Lexington, Ky., is visiting his father, Mr. S. E. visiting with Mr. and .Mrs. Woolfo ner man ever sat down to. Grand- to enable him to do God's work, vs. tho first of tho week. 3. mother made the cake, white and Hanson. Richmond, Kentucky Mr. J. K. Baker and family left yellow and Mother fixed tho chicky Mrs. Nannie Brannaman is visitmeeting Thero will bo an Friday for an extended visit with en which with rich Johnny cako and at Harts next Sunday. Mrs. Roberts, ing her daughter, Mrs. Jack Lazwell whito thick gravy, creamy lima Mr. Hudson and Mr. Knight will bo relatives in Valley View, Ky. of Brush Creek, Ky. Mr. James Branson has been vis beans and everything else that's present. Mr. D. Gott and Ella Adams and iting with his brother, John, for good, one's palate will tickle for Mr. Ora Adams and Miss Amy Todd Christian Endeavor topic for next come. Germany anu Mexiattended the meeting Thursday ev- several days. They left at tho end days to of the week for London, Ky., whero co with their respective troubles Sunday is "Why and How to Abolening in Wallaceton. ish War." wero forgotten. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bingham and they are both employed on the FaevenThoso participating in the FOR SALE littlo daughter, Ruth, spent the culty of Suo Bennett School. Mrs. J. G. Harrison returned Wed ing's enjoyment were: Mr. and Mrs. week's end in Richmond. .Vow six room residence; Mrs. Georgia CallaJ. T. Clemmer, Mrs. J. E. Lindsay and littlo daugh- nesday from a visit of several days Water at door. 194 acres of good han, Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Schonk, Mr. ter, Jaunila of Covington, Ky., ar- with relatives at Valley View, Ky. land on Chestnut St. closo to church A. Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. Pruitt Jas. rived Monday for a visit with her hy. News Hudson, Mrs. and as good school as you can find Several letters this week express Smith, Mr. Howard sister, Mrs. W. II. Bower. in Kentucky. Cora Smith, Mr. Howard E. Taylor, Also a small stock of dry goods and M. L. Snink and family enloycd a appreciation of tho good things Tho Freeman, Howard Masters Eddio vlcil fpnm lila fnllinn itinllinr lirnllil Citizen has been pouring into tho Smith, J. J. Clemmer and littlo A- groceries. Will sell separately or together. or and two sisters from Jackson- laps of its readers. lberta Smith. Mr. For particulars call or address, Becauso you ville, 111., the past woek. Tho party G. J. and L. Bohon, camo through" in an auto and re- do not advertise in our columns is BIRTHDAY DINNER A TRIPLE norea, Kentucky. (ad ported n very pleasant trip. Whilo no indication that wo aro hurting. that Treasurer It is well-knohero they took in High Bridge and Wo want to help you get business. to doing NOTICE other points and spent a day on tho We aro in a position to do it with and Mrs. Osborno aro used crowning Tho latest and our never stop growing circulation. things. Any ono having claims against tho Jlurdctto Hill. Get aboard and let your business sooial achievement of Mrs. Osborne cstato of J. II. Gabbard, deceased, Miss Bess Hays returns to Gads- grow with us and wo shall bo a Jolly is to celebrate thrco birthdays in will present same, properly verified, den. Ala., this week after a three two. ono dinner an unusual dinner, bo on or before Nov. 1st, 1014 or samo week's visit with her parents, Mr. will bo barred. and Mrs. Frank Hays. Laura F. Gabbard, Administratrix, SOW AND PIGS FOR SALE (ad) M. L. Spink, Berea, Ky. Bluo Lick lost to tho Point IjvcI team on their grounds, Saturday. Tlio feature was tho pitching for both teams. The score hy Innings: ALUMINUM Joe W. Stephens Meat Market August Sacrifice Sale on all Summer Goods B. E. BELUE & COMPANY all-da- SEE Hayes & Gott "The Cash Store" FOR CLOTHING M CLARKSTON LPJR NOTICE TO FARMERS AND TIM-BERH- FOR SALE Very fine, subject to registration, Duroo Jorsoy boar shoates for sale at 810. Tho so shoatcs aro good lengthy ones. Make flno breeders. From good stook. Simon Muncy. (ad) Deeriig Mowing Machines and Rakes MAIN STREET, Near Bank Wo will not bo in tho market for spokes of any kind for tho noxt 60 days owing to tho poor conditions of business incident to tho European SHOES AND FURNISHINGS Main Street, BEREA, KY. war (ad) Standard Whoel Co., Berea. f . I' August 27, 101 1. THE CITIZEtf SUNDAY MADISON COUNTY SCHOOL CONVENTION Tho Annual Sunday School Con vention of Madison County will bo held in Berea, 011 tho Col I ego Cam pus, Saturday, Scplcmbcr 12th, be ginning at 10 a. in. and continuing Pago Flvo. YOUR SECURITY Capital Stock Thirty Six Stock-holde- rs Double Liability Actual surplus onbooks Surplus charged to Ilulding and Furniture account Undivided profits - Total to protect depositors ... - (25,000.00 25,000,00 6,000.00 6,000.00 3,000.00 $65,000.00 Berea Bank & Trust Main Street, Berea, Kentucky Organized 1901. Dividends paid to Stocksince organization, holders, $21,000.00 Go. during tho day. A stalo worker will bo present, a good program, good music and a good timo is promised to all. This Is the time and place for Sunday School workers or the whole county to get together. This association is not denominational but includes tho Sunday Schools or all denominations. Let every one bring a basket lunch, enjoy the day and aid in tho good cause. IN OUR OWN STATE COLUMBUS BUGGIES and MOGULL WAGONS Are the late arrivals which add two more members to the big family-AmeriFence, Oliver Chilled Plows, Foster Rangers and V. C. Fertilizers. Sold exclusively by can GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES Prices Always Right J. B. RICHARDSON NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE Main Street .... Berea, Kentucky BEREA NATIONAL BANK UREA, KENTUCKY Capital $25,000 $25,000 Surplus WE ARE GROWING. GROW WITH US J. L. GAY, Cashier COMMISSIONER'S vs. SALE tiaet ol land has also been plotted in twenty-si- x building lots large and desirable averaging 00 by 185 root Said lots will be sold separately and in combinations and then as a whole and the hid or bids producing the most money will be accepted. Terms: Said property will bo sold on a credit or six months timo the purchaser being required to execute sale bond payable to tho Commissioner hearing 0 per cent interest from day of sale until paid, with lien retained on tho property until all (he purchase money is paid. Plots or both pieces or property to be sold can now bo found at tbo Ilerea National Bank. H. a. Hlce, M. C. M. C. C. tad Jwinio linker's Heirs, Plaintiffs, Jennie linker's Heirs, Defendants. Under and by virtue or a judgment and order of sale rendered at the May term of the Madison Circuit Court in tbo above styled action, the 1 1 f ft undorsiKned Master Commissioner of Raid court, will on Saturday the 12th day of September, 101 i, at 10 o'clock a. 111. ou the premises in Heron, Ky., sell to the highest and best bidder at public auction, tho following described properly. 1st. A lot of ground located on Chestnut SI. in the cily or Itorea, Ky., fronting said street 103 feet, on which is located a dwelling house and other out buildings and running haok in an Irregular shape about 500 feet. Said land lias been plotted and a plot of same will bo shown on the day of sale and same can he round at the kea National Hank. Said property ill bo offered in two or more parts and then sold as a whole and the hid or bids accepted that produco tho must money. SikI." A tract of land containing 10 acres more or less fronting Iloono St. In tho city of llerca, Ky. Said (Continued rrom First Pago) with him thus doubtless saving tho life of Anderson, constable Wat kins escaping with but n flesh wound. Pursuit was at once begun willi dog.i and tho trail led to tho Hop kins homo where John Hopkins, Sr., and son were taken into custody and lauded in the Ilichmond jail while the other two sons, John, Jr., nud Henry made their cscapo and are still at large. Efforts are being made ror their capluro but without success. John Collins, the murdered official, was thirly-royears old and leaves a wife and four children. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon in the Baptist Church and was conducted by Rev. Hudson. Tho Mason's and Odd Fellows' orders attended in body. Tho runoral procession rrom tho homo to the church was the largest seen In Berea in THE OLADE DISTRICT C0NVEN- TION many year's. Tho town has lost a most faithful officer. Mr. Collins Sunday School Convention of Tho will bo greatly missed when our cily Olado District held at Hickory ordinances are violated, unless his tho Houso on Saturday successor proves equally faithful. .Plains School last was a very successful and The bereaved wire and little childpleasant occasion. ren have our sympathy as a comMany of tho peoplo living in tho munity. community wore present and somo Stock Barn Burns rrom other parts or tho district. A Tho big stock barn belonging to wagon load we.nl out rrom Berea. William Durbin a fanner at Sun f I W lfnrnHAn nrAOlrln1 Kin fl ish. Bu ler Counly was totally de- - 0 Dick ,ea(1 u,0 s, , amJ a d slroyed by lire the 23rd, causing a program was given. After Hnvntlnn- loss or several thousand dollars be al exorcises by Rev. Outhrio of ing only partly covered by insur- Whites Chapel, Mr. W. L. Flanery ance. It is thought to havo been set in charge or tho Sunday School at on flro by unknown parlies. Blood Hickory Plains gave everyone a hounds were set on the trail or tho hearty welcome. Thoso who took mahlocrs. part in tho speaking were: J. A. Life Sentence Burgess, Meredith Gabbard, T. A. At the Letcher Circuit Court, Edwards, h. L. Potts," Pearl McClure, Lance Hall, the only survivor or tho iCarl Clark, II. E. Taylor, and J. ft Upper Rockhouse Creek school dec Robertson. lion llglit, August I, in which roiir Tho gccretary 0f lno District, Mr. men were killed, was given a Hfo h. e. Wooir, in his report showed sentence in tho Kentucky rcforma- - tno District to bo in good condition, tory. Lance himself was seriously .wui, considerable work done during wounded in the fight. Two of his 11,1, venr. Thn officers elected for brothers wero killed tho ensuing year arc, J. W. Hera Go On Trial Wednesday don, President; II. E. Woolf, SecreThe assassination cases go on trial tary; and Hockaday, Treasurer. A aro resolution of thanks ror tho cordial next Wednesday. Fourteen charged with complicity in tho mur- entertainment ot tho Convention was der or Edward Callahan, rormer passed by all. sheriff or Breathitt County. A special veniro ot a hundred men wero WORLD NEWS ordered Ironi Fayette County and (Continued rrom Page i) Lexington to report to tho court. ur R. H. CHRISMAN "The Furniture Man" Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky THE HEALTH MASTER (Continued from rage Five.) only a guardian, not a physician." "Meaning" I shall expect, in emergen cy, to call in such physicians or others as I consider best equipped ror tho particular task." "Very well. But why that phraso "That 'or others'?" "I've- suggested betoro that I am a heretic, in certain instances 1 might want an osteopath, or, if I were dealing with a sick soul caus ing a sick body, I might even send tor a Christian Scientist." "You have a refreshingly liberal breadth or view." "I'm trying to map out ror you, a rich man, as good treatment as a very poor man would havo in a hospital that is, tho best technical advico ror every hygienic emergency that may arise plus somo rew extensions or my own. Now wo come to what is likely to prove tho stumbling-block." TUGS UNITED STATES NEWS SENT TO THE RESCUE. BIDS ON SCHOOL ROOM The Hoard of Trustees of tho Ho-r- ea (traded School will receive bids for the completion or tho unfinished assembly room or tho Ilerea Graded School Iluilding according to omitting the sliding partition ou or before Monday evening, August 31st. The Hoard reserves tho right to reject any or all bids: Plans and specifications can bo obtained from Dr. W. O. Best. I ' " I' JL . speci-llcatioiw This new six room dwelling; basement, axi6 feet powder house. All rooms nicely plastered, hardwood finish, nd dry as a four gntes. All doors and windows screened. Located on Uoone St., right at the new graded school. Also good barn and never failing water. $i6oo cash if sold before September 1. Address the owner. FOR SALE: W. B. HARRIS, lerea, Ky. London. The Leyland line steamel Canadian, from Doston August 14 for Liverpool, was In a collision oft the. automobTle southwest coast ot Ireland. Tugs hare Queenstown to go to her assistmen were left O. Two Middletown, ance. The steamer Canadian carried autokilled and one Injured when an no passengers, but was well loaded mobile ran off the road and turned with foodstuffs. Included in her cargo turtle on the Dayton and Cincinnati were 140,000 bushels ot wheat and pike near Blue Ball. William J. Mc- 1,600 tons of raw sugar. Carthy, 37 year old, a patent attorney of Dayton, and William Newsock, 42, bookkeeper ot the National Cash Reg- ALARM IN THEJHILIPPINES ister Co., of Dayton, we're killed. The large touring car left the road and, of the Outcome on Chinese running down a small embankment, Fears Coast Disturbing Natives. turned turtle. All four men wer Manila, Aug. 25. Japan's aggrespinned under tho car. sion against Klauchau Is Intimidating the Filipinos and Is creating wideGerman Report of Victory. Washington. Aug. 25. The follow. spread unrest among them. The fear that the United States will Ing report of a victory by the Ourman under Crown Prince Frederick become Involved in the European war forces Wllhelm over a French army of five as a result ot Japan's action. The political leaders among the Filcorps near Met, was received nt the ipinos are now apatbotlc regarding the German embassy from the (ionium congress at wireless station at Sayvllle, 1.. I.: Jones bill Introduced In great"The army of the Herman crown Washington and providing for a In the prince won a decided victory north-wes- t er measure, of of Dledenhoseu. near Mots, over Philippines. The retreat fivo French army corps. of the southern French wing on VerA Persistent Rumor. dun has been cut off. French troops London, Aug. 25. Refugees from repulsed toward the River Meuso. persistent Complete rout. The crown prlnco'u Germany say that there aro Fredarmy giving chase, took prisoner and reports there that Crown Prince Is dead. It will bo redeclared the French troops aro no erick William longer able to face the terrific Are of called that there have been various reports that the crown prince was tho German troops." stabbed by a Socialist and that ho TAKE AN ENFORCED VACATION. had been wounded In battle. The former report gained wide belief, but It Boston, Mass. More cotton mill op- could not be confirmed. eratives are now taking an enforced vacation ot two weeks than at any Neither tbo Liverpool nor the New time since tho drastic shutdown In the York cotton exchange Is likely to be cotton Industry In the middle ot 1911, reopened for general business tor anwhen In the midst ot disheartening de- other fortnight at the earliest, lu the pressions there was almost complete opinion of those usually best Informed suspension of operations during tin on general conditions. week ot July 4. New England mills em peoplo closed ploying nearly 30,000 A Purse Better care should be ta and will not resume operations unUI ken of what money you' have. employing probSeptember 8. Mills ably as many more will shut down tot A Wait-P- a per Basket You should a week. throw away mora of your work. (Continued rrom Pago 1.) turns turtle. "Set it up." "ir I'm to take this'job, I must be tho autoorat, in so tar as my own department is concerned. As you know, a city health official's powHo can burn ers aro arbitrary. your houso down; he can imprison you; ho can establish a military re gime; lie can override or undo tno laws which control the ordinary Hygienio law, procedure of life. liko martial law, supersedes rights in crises. You aro asking mo to act as health officer ot your house, ir I'm to do my work, I must havo full sway, and I shall expect you to seo that every member of your house hold oboys my orders except," ho added, with a twinkle, "Grandma Slmrpless. I expect she's too old to tako orders from any ono. Di plomacy musTbo my agent with her." Mr. Clydo pondered. "That's a pretty wide authority you'ro asking." "Yes, but I shall uso it only in extreme cases. I shall deal extensively in advico and suggestion, which you may tako or leave a3 you choose. But an order will mean a life or death matter." I "Agreed. Now, as to te"rm3 " "Let tho terms go, until wo see how much I can save you. Meantime, don't overestimate what I undertake to do. Suppose you just run through the roster or what you consider tho danger points, and Til tell you how rar I can promise anything." "First, t!:en, tuberculosis, of course." "Practical immunity from that, as long as you maintain your present standards of life." "Typhoid fever. As I told you, wo'vo had ono visitation." "There's no reason why you should ever have another if the children will tako ordinary precautions." rI "Diphtheria?" "Wo can't guaranleo tho youngsters against getting it, though we can do something to protect them. And if they do get it, wo can bo pretty certain of pulling them through." "Scarlet rover and measles?" "Why not add whooping-coug- h' and influenza? Tho rormer kills as many peoplo as either scarlet fever or measles, and tho latter twice as many. They're all in tho samo category; medical science is pretty near helpless against thoir You and your ramiiy may, onset. bo as rigidly carerul as thoy will; (Continued on page Eight.) a Hot4 there s a wondenully coonngi and refreshing drink awaiting you., It's 'Here There Ever5nrvfere At IpuntsRp or Bottled These Good Dealers Serve Parf ay PORTER-MOORDRUG CO. E W. C. ENGLE 1 . w fqppsjWWMj1 "1 11111 ' " 0 Page Sbr- - THE CITtZlUf. "Aha!" exclaimed Bud" with conviction; "thsy'vo started something down below. This Is that bunch of federals that we saw drilling up at Agua Ne- August 27, 1914. I The Land of Broken Promises DANE COOLIDGE By A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution moT" demanded Hooker, hit face suddenly becoming fixed and maskllke; and then ho laughed hoarsely In derision and sank down on the bed. Certainly, of the two of them, he waa the more surprised at his Hidden outbreak of passion; and ret when the words were spoken he waa quick to know that thoy wcro true. ' Undoubtedly, In his own way, he waa In lore but he would never ad. mlt It, that ha knew, too. Bo he Bank down on the blankets and swore harshly, while De Lancey stared at him In unfeigned surprise. "Well, then," he went on, taking Bud's answer for granted, "what're you making such a row about T Can't I go to a dance, with a girl without you Jumping down my throat!" "Wy, sure you can!" rumbled Bud, now hot with a now Indignation; "but after getting mo to go Into this deal against my will and swearing me to some damn-foo- l pledge, the first thing you do Is to make friends with Aragon and then make lore to his daughter. Is that your Idea of helping things along? D'ye think that's tho way a pardner ought to act? No, I tell you. It Is not!" "Aw, Bud," protested Do Lancey THE FIGHTINlG FOOL," "HIDDEN WATERS," "THE TEXK3AN," Etc Author of Illustrations by DON J. LAVIN "Heavens, Bud." he groaned, "I never would have believed it of him I thought ho was on the square. But It Just goes to provo the old saying every Mexican has got a streak of yel low in him somewhere. AH you'vo got to do is to trust him long enough and you 11 nna it out. wen. wo re nep to Mr. Aragon, all rtghtl" "I nevor seen one of these polite. palavering Mexicans yet" observed Bud sagely, 'that wasn't crooked. And this feller Aragon Is mean, to boot But that's a game." he added, "that two can play at I don't know how you feel, Phil, but wo been kinder croeplng and slipping around so long that I'm all cramped up Inside. Nevor Buffered more In my life than the last sixty days being polite to that damn Mexican. Now it's our turn. Are you garnet" "Count me lnl" sited De Lanes;, rising rrom his rock. "What's the gro." "Yep," admitted Do Lancey regretfully; "I guess you'ro right for once tho open season for rebels has begun." They draw out of the road and let thorn pass a long, double Une of shabby Infantrymen, still wearing their last year's straw hats and summer uniforms and trudging along In flapping "Wlio plalntrrely, "what's the matter with Be reasonable, old man; I never meant to' hurt your feelings!" "Hurt my feelings I" echoed Hooker scornfully. "Huh, what are we down here for, anyway a Sunday school picnic? My feelings are nothing, and they can watt; but we're sitting on a mine that's worth a million dollars mebbo and It ain't ours, either and when you throw In with old Aragon and go to making lore to his daughter you know you're not doing right! That's all .there Is to It you're doing me and Kruger dirt!" "Well, Bud,' said De Lancey with mock gravity, "it that's tho way you feel about It I won't do It any morel" you? cCoovrlcfct till bf Frank A. Manser.l trying to make a winning with Tirade "I want this mining claim." shouted Aragon uniting two noble families, Aragon, "that you have so unjustly ta' and nil that junk. Well, sir, of all the ken from me through that scoundrel I conceited, swelled-ulittle squirts you Mendesl And I want you to step ever saw in your life he's the limit, aside, so that I can set up my and yet the old man kind of favors and take possession of it." him. "Ilk Ben or Aracen has not been so ! "But this Manuel del Bey Is the cap the agento mineral today," suggested tain of tho ru rales around here and a De Lancey suavely. "If he had taken genuine Mexican all buok-ski- n tho troublo he would not" and fierce mustachlos, and smells "Enough!" cried Aragon, still trying like chill peppers and garlic; and the to carry off cavalierly; "I sent my it two of 'em were having it back and servant to tho mining agent yesterday forth as to who got the next dance and he reported that the permit bad with Gracla. lapsed." "Well, you know how it is at a Mexi"If he had taken the pains to incan dance everybody is supposed to quire for new permits, however," rebe introduced to everybody else and turned De Lancey, "he would have when I saw those two young turkey-cock- s found that ono has been issued'to me. talking with their hands and I am now a Mexican citizen, like youreyebrows and everybody else backing self." off, f stepped In close and looked at "Tout" screamed Aragon, his eyes the girt bulging with astonishment; and then, "And she's some girl, too, believe finding himself tricked, he turned sud met The biggest brown eyes you ever denly upon one of his retainers and saw in your life, a complexion like struck him with his whip. cream, and hair well, there never "Son of a goat I" he stormed. Tig! was such hair! She was fanning her- Is this the way you obey my orders V self real slow, and in tho language of But though he raved and scolded, he the fan that means: This don't Inters had gone too far, and there was no est me a bit!' So, Just to show her I putting the blame on his servant In was wise, I pulled out my handkerhis desire to humiliate) the hated grin- chief and dropped it on the floor, and when she saw me she stopped and began to count the ribs in her fan. That was my cue It meant she wanted to speak with tne so I stepped up and said: ""Excuse me, senorlta, but while the gentlemen talk and it the senora, your mother, will permit perhaps we can enjoy a dance T "And say. Bud, you should have seen the way she rose to it The girl is a sport, believe me, and the idea of those two novios chewing the rag while she sat out the dance dldnt appeal to her at all. Bo she gave me her hand and away we went, with all the old ladles talking behind their fans and Manuel del Bey blowing up like a volcano in a bunch of carambaa or worse. Gee, It was great, and she could dance like a queen. "But here's the interesting part of It what do you think she asked me, after we'd had our little laugh T Well, you don't need to get so grouchy about It she asked about you!" "Aw!" "Yea, she dldl 80 you see what yoa, get ror throwing her down!' "What did she askT" "Well, she asked" here he stopped and laughed "sho asked it you were a p monu-Bsenfire-eat- ta catgut on ilrlndlo." "Off like a flash!" answered De Lancey, and, putting the spurs to bis fiery bay, he went dashing down the street scattering chickens and hogs In all directions. Behind came Bud, rolling Jovially In bis saddle, and as the dogs rushed out after bis pardner be twirled his loop once and laid It skilfully across the big brlndle's back. But roping dogs is a difficult task at best and Bud was out of practise. The sudden blow struck Brlndle to the ground and the loop came away unfilled. The Texan laughed, shitting In playT" "Well, we'll go Into town pretty soon." grinned Bud, "and It I run across old Aragon, or any one of them four bad Mexicans, I'm going to make a show. And as for that big brlndle dog of his well, he's sure going to get roped and drug if he don't mend bis ways. Come on, let's ketch up our horses and go In for a little time!" Til go you!" agreed Phil with and half an hour later, each on his favorite horse, they were clattering down the canyon. At the turn of the trail, where It swung into the Aragon lane. Bud took down his rope and smiled In anticipation. "You go on ahead." he said, shaking out his loop, "and 111 try to put the sandals. In front were two men bearing Ian- Inrni In HKfirrh mil the WSV bV night! slatternly women, tho Inevitable camp followers, trotted along at tno siaoa with their bundles and babies; and as tho little brown men from Zacatecas, onch burdened with his heavy gun and a Job lot of belts and iacks, shuffled patiently past tho Americans, they flashed the whites of their eyes and rumbled a chorus of "Adlos!" "Adlos, Americanos!" they called, gazing enviously at their flno horses, and Phil In his turn touched his hat and wished them all Oodspecd. "Poor devils!" he murmured, as the laden last tottering with their burdens, brought up tho Spanish offrear and a icer saluted from bis horse; "what do those little peloncs know about liberty and Justice, or tho game that Is hotnv nlvid? Wearlnjc the same uni forms that they had when they fought for Diaz, and now tnsy are ngnung ror Madero. Next year they may be working for Orozco or liuerta or Salazar." "8ure," muttered Bud; "but that ain't the question. If they's rebels in the hills, where do we get 08?" (Continued next week) camp-followerwhite-skinne- IMPROVED WEAPONS 1) (Continued from Pago cowboy 1" girl and speaks English perfectly. She told me she didn't like the Mexican men they were too stuck on themselves and say. Bud, when I told her you were a genuine Texas cowboy, what do you think she said?" "Wy, I don't know," answered Bud, smiling broadly in anticipation; "what 8he Gave Me Her Hand and Away did sho say!" We Went. "She said she'd like to know you!" "She did not!" came back Bud with "I wish you wouldn't," breathed Bud, sudden spirit. raising his head from his hands; "It Then he laughed the thought away, euro wears me out, Phil, worrying a great burden seemed to be lifted about It." from his heart, and he found himself "Well, then, I wont do IV protcstod happy again. Thll sincerely. "So that's settled now who's going to turn Mexican citizen T" CHAPTER X. "Suit yourself," sold Bud listlessly. To an American, accustomed to get"I'll match you for It!" proposod Do Lancey, diving Into his pocket for ting things done first and talking about money. It afterward, there Is nothing so subtly formalism, "Dont need to," responded Bud; irritating as the the polite .evasiveness of the Mexi"you can do what you please." ''No; 111 match you I" persisted PhlL cans; and yet at times, they can speak "That was the agreement whenover to the point with the best of us. For sixty days Don Clprlano Aragon It was an even break we'd let tho money talk. Hero's your quarter and had smiled and smiled and then, sudIf I match you I'll become the Mexi- denly, as the lost day of their mining permit passed by and there waa no can citizen. All set? Let 'er go!" Ho Sipped the coin Into the air and record of a denouncement by Cms Mendez, he appeared at the Eagle Tail caught it in bis hand. "Heads!" he called, without looking mlno with a pistol In his belt and a triumphant sneer on his Hps. at it "What you got!" Behind him rode four Mexicans, "Heads!" answered Bud. and Phil chucked .his money Into tho air again fully armed, and they made no reply and langhed as It dropped Into his to De Lancoy's poll to "Buenos diasl" palm. "Take your poor things," burst out "Heads she Is again!" be cried, Aragon, pointing contemptuously at showing the Mexican eagle; "I never their tent and beds, "and your low, did see the time when I couldn't match pelado Mexican and go I This mine you, anyway. 80 now, old socks, you no longer stands In the name of Crux can keep right on being a Texan and Mendez, and I want it for myself I No, bating Mexicans like horny toads, and not a word " he cried, as De Lancey lU denounce the Eagle Tall tho min- opened bis mouth to explain. "Nothute the time is up. And I won't go ing Only got" "No, senor," said Hooker, dropping sear the Aragon outfit unless you're with me Is that a got AU right, his hand to his which hung shake hands on it, paid I I wouldn't low by bis leg and stepping forward, quarrel with you for anything I" "we will not gol" "Aw, that's all right," mumbled Bud, "What!" stormed. Aragon, "you " rising and holding out his hand. "I "Be careful there!" warned Bud, snowed you dldnt mean nothing." He suddenly fixing his eyw on one of the at down again after that and gazed four retainers. you touch that gun drearily out the door. PU kill you!" "Bay, Bud." began Phil, his eyes There was a pause, in which Che sparkling with amusement, "I've got Mexicans sat frozen to their saddles; ewntnlng to tell you about that daace and then De Lanoey broke the silence. last night. It I didn't put the crusher ," "You must 'not think, Seaor on Mr. Fells Luna and Manuel del he began, specktog with a cerRay I Wow! I sura wished you were tain bltternoee, "that you can carry there to teo me do it! your point like this. My friend here Is "This Felix Luna is the son of an a Texan, and it your lata stir ha will old sugar planter down in the hot counkin them. But there is a law in this try somewhere. He got run out by aeuatry far every mm what Is It that the reroltosos and . now he's up here' you waatT" d 1 1 cowboys I" "Oh. she's wise!" declared Phil; "she's been to school twice In Los Angeles and seen the wild west show. Yes, sir, she's Just like an American "No!" cried Bud, pleased in spite of himself; "what does she know about If Am-gon- bis saddle. "Come agalnt" commented Bud, leaning sldewlso as he colled his rope, and as the womenfolk and Idlers came rushing to seo what had happened ho turned Copper Bottom in his tracks and canio back llko a streak of light "Look out, you ugly man's dog!" he "No, Senor," Said Hooker, Dropping shouted, whirling hl rope as he rode; His Hand to His and then, amid a chorus of Indignant protests, be chased the yelping Brlndle gos he had thrown down all his guards. down the lane and through a hole In and even De Lancey saw all too clear the fence. Then, with no harm done, ly what his Intentions In the matter bo rode back up the street smiling had been. amiably and looking for moro doga to "Spare your cursing. Benor Aragon." rope. he said, "and after this," he added, In tho doo of the store stood Ara"you can save your pretty words, too gon, pale for somebody else. We shall- - re not to see with fury, but Bud appeared him. Ills eyes were turned main here and hold our property." on the tho bouse "Ha! You Americans 1" exclaimed rather toward veranda, where, Aragon edge of tbo Oracla Aragon, as he chewed bitterly on his defeat "You will rob us of ever- and her mother stood staring at his ythingeven our government So you antics. "Good morning to you, ladles!" be are a Mexican citizen, ch? You must value this barren mine very highly to saluted, taking off his sombrero with a flourish; "lovely weather, ain't It?" give up the protection of your govern In his ment But perhaps you ore acquainted And with his tonguo Aragon, cheek and who was with a man named Kruger?" be a roguish glance at struck dumb by this last effrontery, bo sneered. "Ho would sell his honor any time went rollicking after his pardner, sendto defraud a Mexican of his lights. ing back a series of Joyous yips. "Now that suro docs me good," he and I doubt not it was he wbo sent you here. Yes. I have known it from confidod to Phil, as they rode down between cettonwoods and struck into the first but I will fool him yetl "So you are a Mexican citizen, Senor tho muddy creek. "No sense in It, but De Lancey? Dlen, then you shall pay it gets something out of my system that has kept me from feollng glad. tho full price of your citizenship. our law you are now no more than Did you seo mo bowing to tbo ladles T to not that poor pelado, Mendez. You cannot Some toclass out that bow eye on You I got my look that appeal now to your consul at Gads- want den you are only a Mexican! Very gal, and I'm suro a hard ono to head. Only thing Is, I wouldn't llko tbe old welll" father-in-lathe way mat He shrugged his shoulders and man for a ters stand between us now," smiled significantly. Ho laughed boisterously at this wit"No," retorted Do Lancey angrily; "you are right I cannot appeal to my ticism, and tho little Mexican chil government! But let mo tell you some- dren, playing among tbo willows, thing, Benor Mexlcano! An American crouched and lay quiet like rabbits. Along tho sides of tbo rocky hills. needs no government to protect him be has his gun, and that Is enough!" where the peons had their houses, mothers cano anxiously "Yes, added Bud, who had caught the drift of the last, "and ho has his to open doors; and as thoy Joggodfriends, too; dont forgot that!" Ha along up the river tho Chinese garstrode over toward Aragon and men- doners, working lu each separate nook creek- and eddy of tho aced him with a threatening finger. "If anything happens to my friend," bed, stopped grubbing to gaze at them bo hissed, "you will have me to wblpl inquiringly. "Wonder what's tbo matter with And now, senor," he added, speaking in the Idiom of tho country, "go with them chinks?" observed Bud, when his happiness had ceased to effervesce; God and do not como back I" Taht" spat back Aragon, his hate "theyI alt up like a village oftoprairie be on for the pushing forelgnor showing in dogs Whole country seems every glance; "I will beat you yetl tho rubber nock. Must be something And I pray God the revoltosos como doing." "That's right," agreed Phil; "did you this way, If they take the full halt of iny catUo so long as thoy get you notlco how those peons scattered when I rodo down tho street? Maybe there's twol" "Very well," nodded Bud as Aragon been some lnsurrectos through. But and bis men turned away, "but be say listen!" He stopped his horse, and In tbe careful you do not send any I" come down the "Ooodl" he continued, smiling grim- silence a bugle-caly at the pallid Phil; "now we got hlra wind from tbo direction of Fortune. "Soldiers I" he said. "Now where where we want him out in the open. did they come from! I was in Fortuna And IH Just remember them four he had with him they're his day bofore yesterday, and wall, look handy men, the boys with nam and at that!" From the point of the bill JuaJ ahead dont never let one of 'era catefa you of them a line of soldiers Game late out after dark." De Lancey sat down on a reek and view, marching two abreast, with a safijia'.fd.omcer. la tbi.lt4 wlBe&Ue face, r. Bo-fo- re k storm-washod ll pal-san- orime, poverty, and prejudice will win. A few years ago the chief demand upon tho teacher of our country schools was that lio havo a strong arm nblo to wield a long "Hickory," and a liltlo "Book knowledge" which enabled him to "hear" book lessons; hut today that condition has changed. We aro coining to rcallzo that facts aro useless except as thoy pro duce changes for tho better in tho character and Ideals of the one to whom they aro given. Thai tho business of the school is not to make peoplo able to rccilo pages of books, but to form boys Into men who aro better farmers, carpenters, merchant.1), blacksmiths; and girls into women who aro bettor house keep ers, mothers, and managers of tho homo. Of courso some of tho pu pils will liccomo teachers, doctors, lawyers, ministers, hut tho greatest work of the schools is to mako a higher type of average men and wo men. This now work of tho teacher Is much moro difiloult than tho old, and for that reason Kentucky is demanding much moro of her teachers, and giving them moro for what they do. France, a country In which arlaUea has rtcclved a great deal ot attesUosJ will be tho first to recognlxo aerial flight by picturing it on postage stamps. Tho department ot posts and. telegraphs is arranging for a new lax stamps, equivalent sue ot stamps, on whlee, In valuo to our there will appear an aviator lying DO IT NOW above the IS Iff el tower. The object U (Continued from Pago 1.) putting the Ellffel tower on thus porsons will never get that educa- stamps was to give offlclal.reoagBHlei) tion that is so near and vital to to wireless telegraphy, the tower heri them. Tho difference between the Ins been used for that purpose 4Jtstg one and the ninety-nin- e Is not In recent years. their good intentions, for they are Tho third grade, ccrtiflcalo Is a thing of tho past, and it will bo but a short time until only ono second grade ccrlillralo will bo Issued to tho same person. At the same time pay is increasing, and the term will ho lengthened within a very short lim if present indications mean anything. School supervisors aro helping and watching tho teachers, the Course of Study is not only provided, hut being put into operation very rapidly; old text books aro passing out and belter ones coming in. Tho next Legislature will liko-l- y pass an act requiring that nfter a fixed lime no new teacher will bo certificated who has not had at least two year's high school work and a half year of approved Normal training. All of this means that teachers must go to school and prepare themselves for now molhods of educational warfare. Arm themsolvcs with modern pedagogic guns, so that they may fight n winning battio. Those, wishing to enlist must (11 themselves to do thoroughly good work, of tho modern kind in order to seouro a place. Thoso who aro now In tho ranks must grow in strength and skill in order to keep up with tho changing conditions. Tlioro never was so lino an opportunity for real teachers who nro willing to rise above the general level, and tlioro never was a llmo when rising above tho general level was so easy. So lot mo say to tcaohors who aro and teachers who would bo: Strike lonts, leave tho old camp whoro you havo been so long, march forward Ih Is fall, not to battio, but to tho host training camp that you can find, tho school that will give you that which is best, in knowlodgo, In ideals of life, in character, In full realization of tho school's duty to tho lifo of tho community; and In training that will mako knowlodgo, ideals and character tho most effective in life's great battle lie has long intended to do, whllo tho ninety and nino wall far a moro scasonablo tlmo for making tho start. They mean to bo educated somo day, to bo wiser than Ihelr neighbors, to pray more, and to make many Important Improvements In tholr way of living and thinking, but they do not do it; thai is tho trago-d- y of all thoso good Intention. In every community arc men and wo-mwho in their youth dreamed dreams of nnblo deeds, but thoy novcr got down lo work. Summor followed summer, harvest followed harvest and nothing has happoncd and thoy nro today silting nround somo country storo or lazylng around homo wondering what was tho matter with their luck. Thoy ran find n hundred oxcuses and reasons for their Ignoranco, empty barns, and tho mortgages on their homos. Their mistakes may bo yours, young man; Thoy were onco young llko you. yourself. They did what you must not do or you will bo llko them somo day. Thoy kept on waiting for n better day to be gin their education; until they feltf more llko it; had moro money saved to go on; and tho belter day novcr camo as II novcr does to thoso who wait for a moro propitious tlmo. Tho temptation of tho young always gels them by means of subtle suggestions that thoro is plenty of tlmo ahead or thai next year will bo a good year or at any ralo thcro Is no need to bo In a hurry at tho present. Al no tlmo Is a young man ever asked to givo up his good Intentions or his, deslro for an education or for a useful lifo, but ho Is always encournged to put off what should bo dono today for a moro acceptable tlmo than tho present moment. Tho young man Is cheated In tho way ho least expects it. Ho is satisfied with his lofty ideals and ambitions, whllo his days aro full of Irresolution, hesitation, and delay which rontinuo until opportunity has passed. It Is folly to wall for feelings, special weather or any extraordinary set of circumstance In prompt him lo make great decisions. Most days of most young men and young women aro common looking, and yet thero Is not ono of thorn that may not bo mado eventful by the decision lo start lo college this fall. It is the feelings with which a young man ends his college couitr. rather than thoso with which ho begins his career thai counts tho most. Young man, young woman, you know thai you should bo In collego or somo good normal school and you cannot afTord lo mako a delay at tho expense of losing tho opportunity that is now In your hand. Longing for a better tlmo Is generally a wasto of tho only time ono has. Tho thing for every young person lo do Is to deeldo to get that education mow besln this fall. Break tho lethargy of hesitation and volo this the most significant llmo of your lifo by being ono of the thousand students in IWea Collego on tho opening day of school, Sept. loth. John Jacob Aslor who amassed his millions was a poor boy who did not wait for a good day to begin getting rich. He sktnneil skunks and got his start. Abraham Lincoln was a country storekeeper; Jay Gould was a book agent; General Grant was a tanner; Jnmes Garfield was a canal driver. Thoso and thousands of others equally great wero nlwayj thankful for tho influences whld nerved them to mako a beglnnin Begin that education this fall. You will soma day bo thankful for your slart when your great visions of possibilities begin lo como true. on about tho samo. It Is In tho decisiveness of tho ono to do now what The king and queen of PglMid recently a new wing of Use; British museum, which was nnmjlsses at a oost ot $1,000,000, and Is sari of a general plan for the 11I11B.11111 1 ot the museum. The extension wee. mado possible by the purchase by government in 1895 ot a large of the estate ot the Duke of Stuckey Lean bequ Vincent 1150,000 for the work. The new wtna conforms to the architectural deslgaj ot the museum. The main entranee is) surmounted by a balcony. Its facade of Portland stone is flanked by twa massive towers. Tho outer walls and forecourt aro ot Scottish granite. opened August 27, 1014. to cmzcif LETTER rROM DR. ROBERT COWLEY Pago Sayan. IN THE HOME I. friends and hono you all won't en tirely forget us for a good long time lo come. Most NEEDLECRAFT. Tho latest bath slippers nro of whlto Turkish toweling. They aro embroidered In bluo In n 1 French knot design. Long, pointed bags of white ratlno show n design of blue French knots. Women can ens. ly embroider one of these. Tho dainty Mosaic embroidery Its airiness nnd Is still popular. Its pretty colorings ns well as by tho en no with which It may bo worked recommend It to women. Fillet Inco Is tho thing nowadays. Baby Irish mny bo bought for n song, but fillet Is growing gradually more expensive every day. ttven the tiniest medallion of It makes n gown, whllo for the table It li being much sought after by women with long purses. Bad Credit. VERSE FOR THIS WEEK kept. No matter how Inrce the key Or Iron the bolt, I would try ik hard TwouIJ open, 1 know, for me. Then over the land and tho tea, broad cant, Ta scatter the amllea to play, Bo that careworn people might hold them rant For many and many a day. t If I knew a box that waa largo enough To hold all the frowna I mtet 1 would llko to gather them every one, fei From nursery, echool and MreeL then, folding and holdlnr. I'd pack them In. And, turning the moaitcr key, giant the rd hire adeptha to dropdeep, box aea. deep of the To the If I knew the 8mllea and Frowns. box where the smltea were How (a Fill Up Holea In Wood. sometimes becomes necessary to All up cracks or dent In flno wood work; furniture, floors, etc. Tho fol lowing Is tbo best way of doing It TbIto tissue paper is steeped urn! softened In water nnd by thorough kncndlne with gtuo transformed Into n pnsto nnd by means of oclicrs (earth colore) colored as nearly nn pos Iblo to the shnde of the wood. To the parte calcined mncnenln I then added. nd It la forced Into tho cracks or very firmly to tho wood and after drying retains its smooth surface. It Whllo Salmon, Washington, August 13, 1014. ro My Dear Friends In Bcrcn: Our friends In Dcrca nro so good about writing letters that they pile up unanswered and occasionally wo must tiso tlio citizen to caicu up. I am doubly glad to do this now for I have a good report to mako of my- cff. When Mrs. Cowley was called to California by serious illness of her mother I stayed hero fearing tho debilitating heat of that southern country in summer. Iortunnloly for mo a friend of Dr. Waughs, who as a beautiful homo overlooking Columbia Invited mo lo spend a couplo of wcck9 with him whllo his wifo Is away. So wo two temporary widowers nro batching It together. Ho happens to bo n splendid cook and has a good garden filled with melons and other things. I wish on could all sco this place, the most beautiful location for a homo I have over seen In my life. Tho houso is on tho edgo of a cliff 300 feet al most straight down to tho water of tho river, which Is n milo and a quarter wide. At this point tho riv er cuts through tho Cascado Mountains and from tho porch wo can sco over 30 miles up nnd .down tho river with tho mountains on each side. Across tbo river Is tho town of Hood fUvcr, Ore., nnd back of tho town tho famous Hood ftivcr Valley with snow rapped Mt. Hood 25 miles away al Its upper end. Tho hot desert to tho cast nnd tho Pacific to tho west creates a draft up the Columbia Valley so that almost all tho lime tliero is a balmy brecio blowing up tho river. Often tho breeze is so strong that it amounts almost to a gale and onn feels when out on the porch llko n sailor at sea with tho wind blowing through the rigging. A short time ago I bad a visit with our old friend Dcginnn. Ho lives hero in Whlto (Salmon and thinks it tho greatest country on earth and I guess ho Is right. It seems to he just tho place for me nnd I am much better in health than I have been since lcav ing Berea. cool heartily yours, Robert U. Cowley. SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRJNG YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door NUMBER OF DAYS Blmpl IN MONTH and Ingenious Method as Practiced In Iceland Is Shown In Illus- Berea's Vocational Schools tration Herewith. No doubt most people remomberthe number of days In any particular month by recalling the rhymes they learnod at school. Another method Is practiced In Iceland, and It Is so simple and Ingenious aa to bo worth knowing. Training that adds to your money-earnin- g power, combined with general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commercial. FOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Shut tho fist and let tho knuckles of the little finger ropresent January with Its 81 days, and tho depression between that and the next knuckle will represent February with Ita less- - General Education for those not far advanced, combined with soma vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Coarse Jan. Mar: flay July For thoso who are not expecting to teach and who are not going thru College, but desiro moro general education. This is just tbo thing for thoso preparing for medcal studies or other professions without a college course It also gives tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School To Tell Days In Month. This gives 'the very best training for those who expect to tench. 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'a great book, "How to Teach a District SchooL" per-fect- ly sr number of days. And thus every month that corresponds to a knuckle will be found to contain 81 days; and every months that corresponds to a de pression a leas number of days. The forefinger will represent July, and beginning again with the little finger knuckle It stands for August, and from this one continue to count through the months of the year. Har per's Weekly. Using the term "a Chinee)" to de scribe lust one of them Is a hard strain on ono's sense of the plural and singular, but to call him .anything else la regarded by the sensitive oaleaUal aa an insult. 5th Door Her Papa Want mo darter, ehl Hnvo lo anny debts? Young Bailor All I owo In this Her Papa Well, If ye ain't good for but 83 cents I won't trust ye with Marco. New York Globe. The Retort Aqueous. During n very flenvy flood that near ly washed a town away a few yearn ago a grocer, to whom one of the citi zens nwol for nn ovcriong time a good world Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This Is the straight road to College beat training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and. all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department b 33 cents. 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. BEflEA, FIUEND OF WOIIKING STUDENTS. Berea College with lta affiliated schools, is not a institution. It requires certain Sauted Cucumbers, sized hill for provisions, while floating Any one who Is fond of fried oysters along on tho top of the waters in n Tho largest green will llko raft mado of two window blinds nnd a cucumbers tnnit be used. As soon as skylight caught sight of his delinquent hit yellow they bo they turn the-le-nt chauffeur was arrested In A. legless coma tough and will not do. I'nro and New York for breaking thai speed law, slice lengthwise, having tho slices an Bocae people never know when they Dust with eighth of an Inch thick. pepper nnd salt, then dip In beaten egg hare had enough. yolk diluted with n tablespoon of milk: I feel over grateful to our Heaven SURE THINQ. cover with flour and fry until tender ly Father for his goodness to mo nnd nnd brown. tin. Pineapple Dainty. Berea who hnvo been so good about Peel and cut a medium sized pine-ppl- o writing and whoso prayers have ono- Into rubes, add the juice of been rising for our welfare. balf n lemon, sweeten to taste; then add, fcouwl otfcsa.rHiiranllows It certainly Is a real test of one's .seat lata SMSSaev OMM tkMoucti v. nil philosophy of lifo to bo shelved and one-hal- also very thankful to my friends in I sweetened w1fc slelwS crenm. useless for nearly a year and no iM'a e whipped ana prospect of soon returning to active life. I'vo always contended that it is what wo are and not what wo do that counts. Many of our fovcrish activities lend to nothing but ex We hauslion and discouragement. get nn exalted idea of our own Importance nnd it comes with a sur prising bump when wo find out how very nicely things go on without us, flod's plans are best. Sickness is in deed a blessing if it only stops our The Sentimentalist All mankind rush and leads us to stop and think. loves a lover. wo do appreciate letters from our Tho Jokor Yes and guys him. A Huge Kitchen. It hi believed tlint the largest kitchen in tho world is that of the Hon Mnrche, in I'nris. It provide food for nil tho employees of the house, 1,000 in number. 1 he Etnnll est kettle holds 70 quarts, the lar gest 375 quarts. Tlicro nro lilty fry uiff pans, each of winch is cnpnbi of holding 300 cutlets nt n time or Irving 'i'40 pounds of potatoes Wlien tliero nro omelets for break fast 7,800 ckks nro used. The cof fco machines make 750 quarts of coffee daily. 'I hero nro sixty cook auu ivu Kiicuen uoys ciiijuuji-Herbert Spencer's Regret. Mr. Tollcmuchc in his rcminis ccnccs tells lhis story about Her Side Lights on the War Prof. Robertson "ah, tukiib roa xrkV debtor whirling around In ono of the dooIs of tho eddying current clinging to n largo hogshead. "Ah. there you are!" cried the grocer. hiiHltir.osllkft to tho last. "Been look ing for you for several days. When ire you going to pay thnt bill?" "Can't say Just now, bonus, om itinn." returned tho unhnnnr debtor. I'm hnvlng nil I can do to keep my lead nhovo water tneso times." A prude exhibits her virtue In word and manner; a virtuous woman shows ners in her conduct, La uruyera. fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages jit lowest coat, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and aave in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students com 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 vaue of their labor. Extrpt in vrinttr it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of tkoit expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to teeure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, ate, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our cllnutte is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, win wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THI STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost. Tho Colb-gasks no rent for tho flno buildings n which stulents livo, 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 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," aa 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 schoel 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 $8.00 ant $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent fey the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM e i Tho Panama Canal has opened for to those for tho Suez Canal. It is business and already is taking in ov- possible that tho Canal will bo used er $25,000 a day In tolls. Tho break- 4n this way if tho war requires war ing out of war at this time raises ships to any extent in tho Paclilo bcrt bnenccr: Toward the close of his life Sncn some important questions in regard Ocean. Tho United Slates should bo cor frequented a boarding house lo tho Canal. Will the nations at ablo lo prevent by forco any viola and, chancing to meet n lady who war with one another be allowed to lion of this neutrality of the canal, if occasion should arise. had often dined within earshot of go through? him, 1 asked her if she could re- Tho Kiel Canal, passing through customary to It has como to bo Iwcmbcr any wise en vines of hi, consider narrow straits connecting Gorman territory and connecting tho Vftcr pondering for some time she larger bodies of water as open lo Ilaltio Sea and tho North Soa is of answered: "I can remember one of passage, Just as tho high seas arc great advantage to Germany at this bis remarks. He said that 'making open, both for merchant boats and time. In accordance with tho ten good melted butter is a lost urt in ships of war. This Is truo of tho dency of nations with regard lo such England.' " Strait of Dover, between England bodies of water it should bo neutral Gerand France, tho Skagcr flack north ized but it is not at present and The Blankets. Gibral many gels a great advantage there In tho reign of Kdward III. there of Denmark and tho Strait of by. wcro eminent clothiers and woolen tar connecting tho Atlantic Ocean Have the nations at war a right to and tho Mediterranean Sea. Tho weavers in Knglnnd whoso family borrow money from banks and indi name was lllunket. They wero the Ilosnhorus and Dardanelles between viduals in the United States to aid aro first persons who manufactured tnnl F.uropanean and Asiatic Turkey in furnishing expenses of war? comfortable mnlcrinl which has ever an exception bccauBO of peculiar up Tills is an important question .as grown since been called by their inline nnd conditions which havo from tho jealousies of tho European tho nations in war aro likely lo need which was then used for peasants nations and their efforts to keep money soon if tho war continues, clothing. Hussla from a loo easy entrance in- and tho United States is tho placo lo to tho Mediterranean Sea at its east- which they aro likely to look. A flood Whitewash. It has been customary for nations ern end. 'A nound of chenn bar sonp dissolved at war to borrow from Individuals boiling water nnd ndded ta a gallon of Tho same principle of openness govern to about flvo gallons of thick white has been mado lo onnly to tho Suez or banks but not from tho wash will ctvu It n gloss llko oil paint Canal, (ho most important body of inont. Tho latter is regarded a vio Blllcnto of soda In tho proportion of water of that kind provious to tno latlon of neutrality. In making loans ono to ten of whitewash produces n building of Iho Panama Canal. This however tho parties lako risks, as is n contraband of war and fireproof ceiueut. was dono by an agreement of tho moiioy may bo seized if it can bo captured European nations. Thus war ves-ki'- Ik to any na Orchard No Place For Hay. ns well ns merohant shins can In transit from a neutral Tbo wlso farmer does not try to raise care tion at war. rmn of fruit nnd a cron of hay from go through at will. Tliero aro Hcccntly somo of tho largo bank tho same land. By so doing ho falls to fully mado regulations, however, ers asked our government whether from ci which must ho ohsorved by nil naret tho best nosslblo results guaranlco largo loans to Uier. Better put nil tho attention to tions who send tholr war vessels it would thoy tbo orchard and rulso tho bay on soma through tho canal. They must pay nny of tho nations at war and toll, they cannot remain in tho very properly received a refusal ther land. tho Canal or al tho ports al its ends Tho statement of our administration Pre oaredneti. mora than twenty four hours: thoy thai tho loaning of monoy at all is "Hero wo nro with tho motor, cannot blockade the entranco to tho contrary lo neutrality Is going farlh dear! Is grandma ready? canal nor embark troops nor load or than has generally been required, "Not nuito. mn'am. Gri'ulma nations at As tho war progresses ammunition while in tho Canal. upstairs putting on her bet under boon war aro likely to issuo bonds that Tho regulations which havo clothes in caso biio gets kuicu. established for tho Panama Canal by will bear largo interest and will bo ciewatk Newt. I tho United States aro very similar tempting to American investors, VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AOADEMY AND NORMAL OOLLKOB Incidental Fee Room $ 6.00 5.60 $ 6.00 7.00 f 7.0 7.00 Board 7 weeks Amount duo SepL 1G, 1014... Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 4, 1014 Total for term Incidental Fee Room 9.45 $20.05 9.4S $22.45 Ml $33.41 9.4S $82.90 MS $29.50 M5 $31.90 WINTER TERM $ 6.00 Board 6 weeks Amount duo Jan. 6, 1015 Board 6 weeks due Feb. 17, Total for term 191S 6.00 9.00 $20.90 9.00 $29.00 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 t 7.9ft 7M 9.9ft 2ZM 9.00 $SZJM Laws should never be In contradic tion to usage; for, if the usages are good, the lawa are vahieiesa. Vol taire. Ood created them for the consolation of widows and the hope of maid De Flnod. Bachelors are providential beings; Let us lovel Let us enjoy the fus Man hue no harbor, uma has no shores; it runs, and we paasi Laraartlne, tint hour! Women like audacity! whta one astounds them ho Interests them; and when one Interests them, he la very suro to please them. This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books er laundry. Special Expenses Business. Tetal WUttr Sfring Fait $10.00 $U.OO $12.00 HM Stenography and Typewriting.... 86.0ft 10.00 12.00 14.00 Bookkeeping (brief courso) 18.ftft 6.00 6.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (regular course).... Business courso studies for students in other departments: 27.90 7.6ft 9.00 10.60 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 1.00 ll.ft0 7.00 5J0 of instrument D.40 1.50 1.89 Arlth., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 no case will special Business Fees exceed $1J.00 per term. In young man or young woman can get an aducatlon at d 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 Ume in the public schools going over nnd over the samo things, when they might be improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies with some of tho best young men and women from other counties and able-bodie- Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. e marriages, the fault In la less tho woman's than the mans. as tho choice depended on her tho least. Mme. do nicux. LHT IT ALONE. Not matter how good a drlnklnsj man may be, ho would be a better man If he would let liquor alone. No matter how Inferior a total abstainer may be, he would be still more Inferior If he were a drinking manv J. V, Csneen. SANCTION CRIME. No honest man who has his own or his neighbor's welfare at heart will vote for the saloon. When you vote for saloons you sanation eruae la aH Wart X Detroit. Us pluueav-rath- ar states. Applicants must brine or send a testimonial showing that they are may be above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This neighsigned by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher oij, bor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Fall Term opens September 10, 1014. Get Readyl For information or frfaodly advice write to the Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Pago Eight, THE CITIZEN August Palestine Gabbard 27, 1014. Prjie this writing. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else pskHthet IV o cwrMpoxllM M It Mt tot ;mblluUot, kt u nUnt ! ln4 tf coo4 fu T H. tk wtNst. TM Mm Wrttt pUlaty. An interesting audience ninn. greeted Dr. I. 8. Manning and our Kingston County Superintendent, Mr. Hatton Kngslon, Aug. 21. A revivalrl Hicy held a rally meeting for ing will begin at the Delist lh(j Mcnal of thc ,n0Onl(ghl schools. -i next launiiay ntgiii. mi. ami wA nnn number nro nnx ouslv await more is beautifying his lawn by ing their opening on tho 7lh of Sept. concrete walks. grading It and laying Many of the Pentecostal members Mr. J. C. Powell is having a now nm rv ntnnllnfTO ttwl tit nl Anil dwelling erecicu on me , ville. Thc Flow Chestnut nilcd liis one that was burned two months ago. ,np n,,pointment. Tho ciurci, -- Mr. Kit Parks has just flnshed a unnnilnous call him Abcmcr, who fop nnolhcp ycnp.B work.-- Dr. largo new barn.-- Mr. 0. 0. has been living In the house vacated Maggard ,g ,lomc for a sllorl visil oy it. ruuor, uns muveu mi" from Hyden. Adams' house, known as the ButOWSLEY COUNTY ler place. The Kingston Sunday School is going to Mallory Springs Boonevllle MADISON COUNTY 1 I 11 ! ( Pryse, Aug. 2 I. Miss Crystal who Is ill wild fever, is Our singing school classes Sunday, August 30th. Wo have had good rrowds and expecting a larger one Sunday. Evcryono lias Improved very much along singing lines. Mr. and Mrs. A. I). Howell of near Filch-liu- rg were Iho guests of their son, Mr. Joo Howell, and family Saturday and Sunday. Since iho good rnin that fell yesterday and last night everything looks very much refreshed. JACKSON COUNTY ninl Cris Roberta caught threo nico Sovcral ground hogs Saturday. from this placo attended rhurcli ai Plupllat Sunday. Messrs. Win. and Jacob II. Gabbard have purchased n nico bunch of calves, Mr. Joseph Tussoy sold a nice drove of cattle lo Noland and Webb for eighteen hundred dollars. The people aro all well pleased with the new railroad County. Miss Nellio in Jackson Morris is slaying Willi Mrs. Louisa Gabbard. Green Hall Green Hall, Aug. 21 Mrs. James Wilson had n "carpet rag tacking Saturday. Her many friends had n pleasant time and rendered much service lo Mrs. Wilson. Mr. Joo Vcnable died Sunday night, Aug. 16, and was buried Tuesday. Rev, Har-v- pj Jfihnson preached tho funeral. -- '.Mrs. Meredith Gabbard is very low at this writing. Mr. Mart Flanery is on the sick list. Thc singing school al Bethlehem is regressing nicely. Mrs. Jesse Htdmook had an apple culling Thursday night scv-- i ral were present and had a splendid time. V. J. McColluiu is poorly it this writing is down with ncr-o- us I rouble. Don't say Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zarlng's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. boon quite a number of wagon loads logical Chinese form, whorcby tho of fruit and vegetables hauled to tloctor's duly is prescribed as wardLexington ami disposed of in tho ing off sickness, not curing it. Is enough for you, that last fow weeks. ,,,, P. Ab- Dooncville, Aug. 2I.-- W. shear is setting up his big roller Speedwell , mill and farmers will be nblo to o had qui c i Speedwell Aug. 2 a nice rain Friday on Ithc lime.Bcnt Moore and report their crops arc looking "?HD. w. Barrcll nro building rf nico Cecil Jackson of Bcrca spent last Mr. Wilson -B- rown Tuesday w th his 0UsJIes"s: I Shepherd and wife of Washington Hobort and Homer aro visiting friends and relatives I Sunday School is hero for the last few days.-M- rs. . . , Wc arc having a D o c Training " """ School every Thursday night at the I of G. W. " Garrett last Saturday Christian Church. There will be a J. K. Hammonds of Lexington is Sunday School convention at Pine visiting friends hero for tho last Grove Church Sept. 5. They send in iuw uuja.iiuiiai i .iiiu Kiuuin iiHic vitations to everybody. .ti-w- GitMln 'm"s P"8'" . Silver Creek Silver Creek, Aug. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kelly are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy. Mr. Clar-enAnderson, who has been sick for the past week is able to be out again. Last Sunday was a very pleasant day to Mrs. Sallie Johnson when the children, grandchildren and great grandchildren came" in to spend the day cacli family took a basket of good things to eat. Mrs. A. B. Witt, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. G. E. Anderson for tho past month returned to Winchester Wednesday. She will spend a few days there before she returns to her home in Kansas. co now. The Owsley County Fair will be held in Boonevilie September ii and 12, and will bo bigcr and belter than ever before. Every body plcaso come and lets mako it a big time. The Owsley County Sunday School Convention will bo held in Boonevilie, September 5 and 6. Rev. George. 0. Joplin, General Secretary of the Kentucky Sunday School Association, will be here. about 22. Aroh Brandenburg, Harrison Mays, Chas. Bowman and Clyde Scale have returned from Quicksand, where they have been at work. They report most all tho works have slopped. Rev. Robert Taylor will preach at thc Reform Church Saturday and Sunday. Ealy Moore has got his mill almost ready for sawing. Several aro suffering from whooping caugh. Tho Literary Society seems to draw a largo crowd. The little child of Grant Colo died tho 21st of croup. P. M. Frye visited the school and gave an interesting talk Wednesday. Harl in and Richard Mays returned from Quicksand and arc in school. Mrs. Malcolm Brandenburg is ill at present. Rev. Wills preached at the Lower school houso at Lower Buffalo, Sunday 3 p.m. Joel Cephas Brandenburg is doing quile a lot of repairing on his prem, ises. Mildred Mildred, August 23. Shernun Smith who has typhoid fever is some better. Mr. Nc.il Moore is doing a hustling business with his well drill.,!. G. Morris cut liis foot very badly while making cioss ties last wool'. Elgan Gibson lias relumed home from Hamilton, O., where he has been working, ilo snjs thcro's no place like old Kentucky. Tho European War is all tho talk now. People seem to be terribly nxcited over it. Circuit Court In gins at McKeo tomorrow with some very bad cases on the dorkcL Several of the boys aro planning to attend t ho Laurel County fair Parrot which begins Tuesday. Best wishParrot, Aug. 22. Mr. Elbert Lakes es to The Citizen and its many readand son, Thomas, were in litis placo ers. buying calilo this week. Several Grajhawk from (his placo are attending I he big Grayhawk, August 21. The good Holiness meeting nl Annviilo this rains have helped tho pasture and week. Regular church days at LettIle corI1 cr0pS put out late in Jack ter Box thc third Saturday and Sunnn pmm v nrniiQ nro llm host lliov day in every month. Tho job of have been for years. Tho Rev. Jo- - sawing al the Laurel Branch closed soph Ward and thc Rev. John Mason today with a nico treat from James preached at the M. E. Church tho Davidson to his hands of watermel ons. Old Uncle John Carpenter is fourth Sunday and Sunday night. Tho Rev. Harry Johnson will preach still on tho sick list. Sam Nelson on Friday night and Saturday at it nun ins iiauii very badly Willi a o'clock and Sunday which will bo stick of wood this week. Miss Laura ' Carico Carico, Aug. 21. Hro. James Luns-for- tl tilled his regular appointment at Flat Top last Saturday and Sunday. There wcro two additions to t lie church by baptism. There will be preaching al Flat Top the fourth Saturday ami Sunday in September. There aro quite n number of tho citizens of (his place attending eourl at MeKce this week. Little Holier! , son of Win, Fauhus, tiled the I 'Jilt inst. Wo sincerely sympathize with the bereaved parents. Mr. John Shelton is worse than ho has been. Mrs. Mart Combs anil daughter arc very poorly al this writing. Tho little baby of Isaac Dimes is very bail off. The little infant of Isaac Summers is very poorly nl Ibis writing. Mr. Daniel Fauhus of Oklahoma returned to his homo last Monday. THE HEALTH MASTER (Conllmii'cl from Vtgr I'lvr.) if the family next door, or a family grandma?" "Chlnrsol My laudl" said tho old lady. "What do they know about sickness?" "They know tho one most Important farl in all medical practice, ma'am," said Dr. Strong, "that tho limn for locking tho slable door is before the horse is stolen, and that an ounce of prevention Is worth a pound of cure." (To bo continued) There arc a lot of good things happen at Deren within tho next Four good issues of Tho month. Citizen are sure with many good articles written by as many good men. read Dr. Robertson's "Tho Passing of a Nation," something about our own state. Industrial Items. tk at tho farthermost end of tho town, is careless, we're as likely as not to! suffer for their sins. All that I can promise, then, is hope against tho! occurrence of theso diseases, and! when the constant watchfulness, they come, which they call for but don't always get." "Cancer?" "Eternal vigilance, again; so that if it does come, we may discover it in time." "Let me see," mused Mr. Clyde; "what else Is there? Oh nervous and functional disorders." "Functional disorders mean, usually, cither a bail start, or tho heritage of some disease liko scarlet fever or grippe, or excess or careI think your lessness in liv'ng. household is free from them; and it As for nershould remain free. vous ailments, Ihey commonly mean It may bo lack of ovorludulgenco In work" ho glanced down at his right hand "or it may His in play." bo overindulgence glance wandered significantly to the doorway, through which the voico of Mrs. Clyde could bo heard. "By the way, you've left out tho greatest destroyer of all perhaps because you're beyond the danger point." is tho great "Tuberculosis isn't it?" "Not numerically. It is beaten out by the death reoord of intestinal poisoning in tho vcry young. Your llock has ri)n the gamut and come through with undiminished vitality. Two of them, however, aro running life's raco under a handicap" tho father's eyelids went up "which I'll lake up shortly, when I've fully They can determined the causes. bo repaired, one readily, the other in time. Finally, I hope to bo alilo to leach them tho gospel of the sound, clean mind and the sound In a desert I might clean body. from most guarantee immunity of the ills that llcsh is heir to. Amid the complexities of our civilization, disease and death are largely sooial; thero is no telling from what friend the poison may como. No man can safeguard his house. Tho most he can hope for is a measure of protection. I can offer you nntliing moro than that, under our compact." "That is enough," returned Mr. Clyde. He took from his inner pocket a folded paper, which ho handed over to the young man "There's tho contract, duly signed Como in, Grandma." Mrs. Shnrpless, entering the door, stopped on seeing tho two men. "Business, Tom?" she asked. "Business that you'ro Interested In," said hor and briefly outlined his plan. Grandma Sharplcss shook a wiso gray head. "I'm glad you'ro going to stay, young man," said sho. "You need looking after. But as for tho soheme, I don't hold muoh with notions." theso "Perhaps it isn't as as you suppose," relumed tho head of tho household. "I've just given Dr. Strong a contract, and where do you suppose I got it?" "That lawyer man of yours, probably," said Mrs. Sharplcss. "Well, ho looked it over and mado suro it was sound in American law. Dut essentially It's a copy of a medical contract in forco before Hippocrates ever rolled a pill.' It's tho old son-in-la- w, new-fangled now-fanglcd DARE TO BE A DANIEL. p. For ercry 1 ,000 main employed In New Jersey there nrc 770 fcmnlci. Ttiero are two woce enrnlnc women to ererjr nro wngo earning men in 0 rent Britain. Tbo beat paid of all laborers on th Canary Inlands nrc coal boa vera, of tbe anluoimnex.i of their task and (he long hour tbrj set about 00 ccnta a day. Ordinary agricultural laborer Bet 30 to 40 cent (women 23). lle-cai- r. n. r. r. nun, by rr. Rtal Tough. Sulphur Springs Sulphur Springs, Aug. 1. SUndlng bj 2. Ma- - nj might- S. Ma-n- y go-p- 4. Hold the purpose true, Ilmllng God's romrand, men are Imt, par- - Ing Dot to ttauil, tall. Sulking thro" the land. ban-tie- r high I On to Tlc-l'- rj grand! ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Livingston Livingston, August 21. Icv. Allen filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday. Quitca number of our citizens have been attending court at Ml. Vernon. Livingston has been headquarters for Mr. Smith of The Citizen while working this territory. George, the litllo son of Nora Jenkins, who lias been sick for some lime is improving. Rico Walton, who is employed with Government surveyors is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Walton of this place. Mr. J. A. Oliver and family will leave for an extended visit with reatives in North Carolina, Tuesday. Rockcastle County Boone Tho dry weathis extremely low. Mr. A. B. Blair and B. II. Blair returned from Harlan last week and report hard times. Mr. Leo Wren and A. D. Blair aro building a dwelling for Mrs. Mattio Coylo. Mr. E. C. Blair purchased some peaches from John Todd for 80 cents per bushel. Rockcastle County Doone, August 24. Hon or them, the lalthfnl few I All hall to Danlel'a Who (or God had been a bout, 11 Joining Danlel'i Head-lonto the earth would fall. If met bjr Danlel'i Sa tan and hl butt de ij. And lor Daniel's itt Hand I lland. Hand. Band. cm Dare to be a Dan 'lei, Dare to Hand a lone I 1 taMaaj WjiiT "Why fluTTIiTiT Tinna Bf of totich -He broke three teeth biting Into a boarding house cteak." St. taulf til lucr IndUputabta Evtdanea. Dare to hare a purpose firm I Dare to make It known) ESTILL COUNTY Irvine Irvine, Aug. 21 Miss Nellie Mar-gishas returned home from Richmond after a two weeks visit with her aunt, Mrs. Nannie Warford. Miss May Kindred of Illinois is vis iting friends and relatives here. Miss Nannie Hamilton and Willis Williams attended the Baptist Association in Clark County Friday and Saturday. Quito a few noonlo of this place attended the Sundav School convention at Kimbrcll Sun- day. Several wagon loads of water melons appeared on the market this week. Tbev renort n ennA Rnin fnr them. Circuit Court is in session here. on er continues. Water Disputanta Disputanla, August 19. Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dees, a girl. There will bo an association held at Macedonia next month. Martha, tho littlo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D .Thomas is very sick with cholera infantum. Henry Abney and G. V. Owens went to Indiana to seo John and Oscar Owens, who are sick. 0. M. Payno has li is cellar about com ploled. Geo. Payno got kicked by a mule. GARRARD COUNTY Paint Lick Paint Lick, Aug. 21. Little Susie Hounshell broke her arm at school last week. Rev. Godby preached tho last sormon for this year at tho M E. Church Sunday. It is hoped that ho will return next year. Miss Fan nio Noo spent tho week end at homo last week. Miss Noo is teaching at Edensville. Mrs. A. D. Eslridge has purchased an automobile. Miss Ethel Eslridgo is clerking in Mr. Hedrick's store tills month whllo Miss Ely is taking hor vacation.-M- r. and Mrs. J. T. Thompson attend ed tho Johnson and Davis reunion hold at Johnson Springs near Berca last Saturday. Whites Station played tho Paint Lick baso ball team Saturday with a scoro of ten to five in favor of Whites Station. A. B. Wynn and J. T. Thompson attended tho M. E. Conference held at College Hill last week. CLAY COUNTY Burning Springs Burning Springs, Aug. 20. The board of education met today and elected Mr. S. D. Webb as its chalr- - progressing well Creek. Apples and peaches nro with W. H. Tincher of Langman, plentiful in this neighborhood. Laurel counly, as contractor. Tyner Jackson Tyner. Aug. 22. Farmers of this Welchburg vicinity are nil smiles over their H. abundant corn crops which prom Welchburg, August 2I.-- W. Peters and family of Knoxville pass- ises to bo the best for years. Mr. ed through here last Friday. The Elguin Gipson, who has been in II0W teiepiione lino irom ncro io Ohio for some weeks, has returned Annviilo will soon bo complete. home on account of tho scarcity of ur school is progressing nicely work. Several from this vicinity w" Leonard Goodman, teacher. contemplate attending tho Laurel G. W. Davidson is building a now county fair next week. Mr. W. R. Reynolds will begin work Monday in front of his dwelling.- . porch Hugh M. Collier of McKec was at Dr. for tho United States government as Goodman's last Saturday. Ho camo counly agent and farm demonstratWitt to take his grandmother, Mrs. Sallio or. Witt, Aug. 20. Tho litllo daughter Collier, to McKeo for a visit with Kirby Knob of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Wilson of her son, D. G. Collier. Miss Rinda HackKirby Knob, Sept. 23,-- Rev. Richmond died August tho iOth and Chappell, who has been in Cincin expects to er filled his appointment at this tho remains were laid to rest at the nati for several months, placo tho third Saturday and SunGum burying giound near this bo homo soon. day. A scries of meetings aro bo-iplace. Wo extend our sympathy to Hurley held at Owsley Fork church tho bereaved f.tinily. Mr. D. R. Gum Hurley, August 24. Tho farmers conducted by Rev. Childress. Henry of this place is attending Circuit Court as juror at Irvine, Tho com are all wearing smiles about tho re Click and family visited relatives at good rains. Corn looks fine in Dreyfus, Madison Co., Saturday crop of this vicinity has been ef- cent this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel night. Tho teachers in this part atfected by tho dry weather; especMorris of McKeo attended church at tended tint institute nt McKeo last ially tho high lands. Flatlop today. Georgo McCollum is week. Matt Sperry's baby is sick. iiaing his dwelling repaired. Mag- Mrs. John Clemmous and baby is Willow Tree Willow Tree, Aug. 2i. Rev. W. A. gie McCollum of Goochland attended seriously ill at this writing. Most tho Teacher's Institute at McKeo everybody seems to bo ipiilo busy M. Wood filled his regular appointment al tho Daptisl Church at this the past week. Canning apples and drying and canning fruit. Sovcral from this placo attended church al place Sunday. Several attended tho Pches aro all tho go at present. big land sale at Irvino last week. Mr- - KliJah Anel 18 vcry poorly nt Owsley Fork Sunday. There has Tho music was splendid. All reported a nico lime. Miss Lucy Witt entertained cpiito a number of her friends Saturday night. Misses Co-l- ia ami Anna Tipton, Messrs. Cal. Abney and Alfred Dunaway visited Live Stock or Washing and Cooking. Wc make tho big peach orchard nt Old Furnace Saturday. Mr. II. E. Neal nnd you any size Tank or Trough to order while you wait. son attended prayer meeting at Irvino Wednesday night. If thorn is anything in the old saying "Got there early and stay late," tho Ticky Fork and Marble Yard schools will HENRY LENGFELLNER bo all right. Miss Stanley Tipton, Street, Bere, Ky. Pkoae 7 or 187 TwtUa ea who has been on the sick list is now improving. houso is ng the fifth Sunday. Ho will preach for Combs is better at this writing. tho Baptists at two o'clock Saturday The wagoners are doing some hust and Sunday al thc Grayhawk school, ling hauling ties on thc new rail has now crossed Pon 's road which house. Tho work on J. B. Ding-ham- Mrs. Potto How do you know I was spying In your houno through my opera glasses) Mrs. Kettles own oera I saw you glasses. through my New York Globe. Your stands sadly in need of softening. A Book of Poems nattr A Cut Glass nottlo I think yox know a good thing when you seo It CINCINNATI Corn 8608C.-4C, MARKET No. 1 white 87c, No. 2 whlt No. 3 white 8508Gc, No. 4 white SSffSfiHc No. 1 yellow 86, No. 2 yellow 8&H?8Gc, No. 3 yellow 85085HC. No. 4 yellow 81A85c. No. 1 mtxed 86c, No. 2 mixed 85HtiS6c, No. 3 mixed 85QS51&C, No. 4 mixed 85085HC. whlto ear 86tt88c, yellow ar 86&88c, mixed ear 8(i87c. Hay New bay Is quoted as follows: No. 1 timothy $13020, No. 2 $16,500 17, No. 3 timothy $l&lG.CiO No. 1 clover mixed $18(19, No. 2 clover mixed $16, No. 1 clover $18018.50, No. 2 clover mixed $16, No. 1 clover $18Q18.60, No. 2 clover $1616.50. Oats No. 2 white H&UMc standNo. 3 white 4363Hc ard No. 2 mixed No. 4 white 4216043c, No. 3 mixed 42Q42HC, No. 4 mixed Wheat No. 2 red 9Oc0$l, No. 3 red 98099c, No. 4 red 93&'S8c. Poultry Hens, 4 lbs and over, IZ'Ac; under 4 lbs, I3ic; roosters Vc; springers, 2 lbs and over, 17c; under 2 lbs, 16c. Eggs Prima firsts 22 He, firsts 20Hc, ordinary firsts 17ttc, seconds 4344c. 4142c, 40lttc. 16 He. SAVE YOUR WATER For Guttering and Roofing a Specialty $8,6009.25; butcher steers, extra $8 CP 8.25; bolfcrs, extra $7.86Q8; cows, extra $6.6006.76; canners $304.50. HullB Ilologna $606.60, extra $6.60 06.75, fat bulls $6.6007. Calves Ultra $10.7&OH. Hogs Packers and buthers 10c low. er; light shippers 5c lower. Selected heavy $8.9009.10, stags $4.760 6.60, extra $8, pigs (110 lbs and less) $6.60 Cattle Shippers $7.C0O8.S0, extra 08.25. Um Sheep Kxtra light $4.9006, good to choice $4.600190, common to fair $2.60 4.25, heavy sheep $404.50. Lambs Extra $8.65 0 8.75, good to choice $8.25 0 8.60, common to fair $5.5008, culls $4.2505. L 0