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BOWMAN, AmUh) MM(r Mnterrt at IU PnM I3EI?EA COLLEGE KY S OFFICE a tfucut ., tin clft at Bttta, mniimntur. tu tmmi Pe-voted Vol. XVL Flvo Cents a Copy. The Citizen 3ointan to ttiG Interests of the UNITED STATES DEHEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SKPTEMUEft 17, 10M. Knowlcdgo is power nnd tho way lo keep up wllh modem knowlcdgo Is to read a good newspaper. People Ono Dollar a Year. Nj. 12. Allies, Not Enemies The editor was once conversing with an educated oriental. He was a medical man of high repute, but a believer in one of the old pagan religions. When asked why he did not become a Christian when living Tor years in a Christian land, he replied "I could never make up my mind which kind of Christian I should be; that is, which denomination I should join." It is the saddest fact of Christianity that Christians cannot agree or work together. But it is a cheering one that more and more people of one denomination are glad to see good things in people of other denominations. There has been a great deal of fighting between the Christian denominations. We have known one preacher to mix up another preacher's appointments; we have known one denomination to establish a school in the same town where another denomination already has an institution of learning; we have known many people who really believed that no one could be saved except by membership in their particular church, liven in the time of Christ we hear of a man coming to Jesus and saying: "Master we saw one casting out devils, and we forbade him because he followed not us." Happily, these things are passing away. A man or woman whose'heart is really filled with the spirit of Jesus Christ is mighty glad to find other people with that same spirit whether they are in his church or not. Nowadays people see that it is more important to beat the devil than to hinder the work of other Christians who may not agree with us in all things. The great Christian denominations are getting to be allies and not enemies. NEWS1! OUR OWN STATE ALLIES STILL EN PURSUIT Germans Retreating In GIVING GEN. RENNENKAMPF Russian General Leading The Young Folks There are a great many wicked people in the world. But very few are so wicked that they do not wish wpll to the boys and girls. Even if we have an enemy we hope that enemy's children will not be as mean as their father. Berea this week is full of young paople. They come from practially every county in Kentucky, and from the western part of the two Virginias, from North Carolina, from Tennessee, and from twenty other states. The coming of each one represents the desire for the love of parents, the high hopes of friends. Among them are some who are God's chosen ones to do great and distinguished things in coming years. The workers in Berea College feel their responsibility, their hearts go out to each of these young friends, they ask the prayers of all who pray. You will note The Land of Broken Promises appears again this week. Many of our friends missed it last week anil matlo particular inquiry about iU It is really surprising how our readers. nre enjoying the slory. It is n good ono and you ought lo read it. See tho war map on pago three and locate tho first battlo of tho present European war. Cut It out and put it in your scrap book. You fanners should profit by Mr. Spenco's farm aiticles lliis week on piVgo thrco. Wo givo you a splendid .Idea on pago threo for building n poultry lionso for tho coining winter. It will pay you to protect your hens Wheat Falls Eight Points Sept. 11. Wheat prices fall n bout ns rnpidly ns lliey wont up, not (liille seven weeks ago when (ho war bulge In qiiotitlons began. Traders talking that tho nro geuerally triumphs of tho Allies means short duration of hostilities in Europe. Demands Bank Reports Washington, Sept. 11. Tho Con troler or tho Currency demands n statement from all National Banks of tho United Slates as lo their condition. Roosevelt on Middle West Campaign Oyster Hay, Sept. 17Coloncl Roosevelt will leave today for his Middle West Campaign. Ho will speak in Wichita, Kansas, Satur day night. Privato Funeral Given James B. Haggln Sept H. The body of Kentucky's millionaire was brought to New York from his summer homo in Newport and interment took place in Woodlawn Cernclcry. Tho scr vices wero strictly privato, only a few of tho immcdlalo relatives were in attendance. Among them were his widow, his son, Louis H., tho Countess Kuslellcs and Mrs. Henry Pierponl Perry. Mrs. Rlch-la- rd P. I.ounshcrry the only daugh ter is in London at present. Dynamite Explosion Pittsburg, Pa Within a radius of four squares windows wero shattered and rocks hurled in every direction when dynamite prematurely exploded in an excavation at Sixth Ave. Eleven persons were injured. Missions Undisturbed in far East Bishop Harris reports on tho 14th that (hero is no causo for anxiety regarding conditions in tho Orient. Ho says: "While tho great war in Europo has alTccted both tho business and the religious world in general there has been no interference with the work of missions in tho Far East. Tho churches of Jnpaji and Korea are undisturbed, and regular activities continue as though the angel of peace were hovering over tho wholo world." Appointment Condemned Tho recent appointment of Scolt Lamb of Caldwell County by Gov. McCrcary and State Forester, J. E. Barton lo a Forestry Department position was condemned by tho County Democratic Execulivo Committee Mr. Lamb is n Republican. Now Railroad in Powell anl Wolfe Counties Ky., Sepl. 13 Tlwo Frankfort, Mountain Central Railway Company, of Clay City, filed articles of incorporation Saturday with tho Slato Railroad Commission and with secretary of Stalo Creccllus. Tho company is capitalized at $25,000, divided as follows: Day Lumber & Coal Company, of Clay City, 2,428 shares; Floyd Day and John C. M Day, both of Winchester, thirty shares each; E. B. McOlonc, J. Har rison O'Rcar, C. M. Clark, and Lulher Loving, nil of Clay City Ihreo shares each. Tho-- railway company will build and operate a lino from Campion Junction, in Powell County, to Campton, in Wolfe County, a distance of twelvo and one-ha- lf miles. Lexington Herald Big Coal Trade Reports from Whitesburg, Ky., on the lith, slate that tho past week was a record-breakin coal ship ments by tho Consolidation Coal Company's plants in tho fliclds of Letcher County. Tho Company is making extensions of their work ings in order to meet tho demand A splendid market is being had duo in part to the European War. Horse Market Lively On tho 14th a great many cavalry horses were purchased at Carisle, Ky- - by firms buying horses for army use. High prices prevailed Pistol Duel in Menifee Mt. Sterling, Ky Sept. 14 At Mariba, Menifeo County, lale Sun day afternoon, Malvln and Les Wells, on one side, and Ben and Tom Wells and James M. Clanahan, on the other, engaged in a shooting affray. Twenty shots wero flrnd nnd when lite smoko cleared away, Clanahan was dead. Ho was shot flvo times. Malvin Wells was shot, but not fatally. All tho parties are members of prominent families, and the killing has excitement, caused much Clanahan was married and is sur vived by a widow and two children, Lexington Herald, er Forces Against Prusala. Disorder. IIP DEFENSES 'fes.'' Fortifications lately Construct ed Taken By Allies, ADVANTAGE UTTER PUSHING Whale line of Recent German Advance Repelled. Tho situation In Rome. Sept. 15. Vienna Is reported to be Indescribable, The capital Is stunned by the news ot such frightful disasters. The caro of the wounded alone is a vast burden. Great crowds of unemployed aro de manding that peace overtures be made. The government is withdraw. lng troops from the Italian frontlet in tho hope that they may check the Russian advance. London, Sept 15. On the left wing the French army has occupied the le fenses which the Germans had con structed between Compelgne and Amiens and around Ithelms, and have driven the Germans further north. The army of the crown prince has also been forced northward as a result ot the French assault upon his line to the west of Verdun. General Joftre In detailing the conditions at the front has led the minister of war to declare that be did not believe the Germans would be able to establish a real line of re sistance in France. It is thought that the reverses of the Germans indicate hasty retreat into Luxemburg by way of Stenay, through whtch the crown prince's army entered France. Death Blow to Austrian Arms. A telegram from Petrograd relter ates the persistent rumors that are current that the greater part of the Austrian army is about to surrender. The report says that the Austrian op position in Gallcla has received a death blow and tho capture of the armies of Generals Dankl and Von Auffenberg is but a matter of a short time and that they havo been com pletely surrounded by the Russian troops. Petrograd also announces that 280,000 Austrlans were taken pris oners In seventeen days ot fighting. A significant bit of news comes from Berlin and which passed the German censor is to the effect that tho Austrian defenses have been abandoned to the fate of tho overwhelming numerical Russian force, and that many Aus trian regiments have lost all of their officers. The Russians admit that they have been compelled to retire before the new German army that has been sent Into East Prussia, but claim that the movement is merely for the purpose ot securing moro favorable posi- RUSSIANS SENT INTO HARRASSED Hurried Around BELGIUM By Way of Scotland. London, passed Sept. 15. All doubt that in great force havo through Great Britain to the battlefields of Belgium was removed when the Cardiff News published a definite, distinct statement from a Welsh engineer who traveled from Archangel to Leith with 2,500 Cos- Russian troops BODIES FOUND IN WOODS Opening Day Procession for their fruit. You will remember wo prophesied some time ago that Tho Citizen was going lo grow. It's growing and A Grand Opening FALL TERM STARTS WITH VIM September 10th is a day long for in countless homes from which students come to Berea. Those coming from a distanco vamo early, and there, wero largo delegations on (ho campus from CVortli Carolina, Tennessee, and tho looked growing by leaps and bounds. Six hundred now subscribers sinco July 1st. Don't bo afraid to Join us. We'll do you good. Boost the booster and knock tho knocker is our pass word. Don't fail to read tho account of tho opening of Korea college school year. Tho host and greatest in her history. Is there war in Europo? All wo know nliout it is what wo road and publish for you. Do you know any mora? Rend tho Siilo Lights on tho War, pago 5 and know more. CONTENTS PAOE Virginias on Monday and Tuesday, By Tuesday night, tho day beforo tho formal opening, more than flvo hundred students had registered nnd settled with tho Treasurer. Wednesday dawned bright and (Continued on Pago 5.) THE HEALTH MASTER Chapters from the book to entitled by Samuel Hopkins Adams, published by per. mission of Houghton Mlfllln Company. A FAMILY SCHOOL THIS WEEK , 1. Allies not Enemies Tho Young Folks. A Grand Opening, Health Master U. S. News. Our Own Stale. War News. PAGE 3. Tho Passing of n Nation Back lo Tho .Bible. Temper nnco Notes. Sunday School Lea son. PAOE 3. Mountain Agriculture. War Map. Cheap Poultry House -r- You Need Tho Citizen. PAOE 4. Locals. Our Now Borca. PAOE 8. Sido Lights on tho War. War News Continued. PAOE Land of Broken 0. Tho Promises. A Woman's Affairs. PAOE 7. Kilohoii Somo In tho Homo. Kinks. Children's Col umnHow tho War was Start edScrap Book In School. PAOE 8. Ky. ' News Poem, Tho Trinity. ' Lesson on Water to diseaso attack. It's just as truo "I'll go out to tho farm as of sewer-ga- s, and said Mr. Clyde. "What elso of coal-gmoro truo of ordinary illuminating have you Investigated?" "Water, Mr. Clyde. I've found gas than either. I'd much rattier out whero you got your typhoid, havo bad plumbing in tho houso e. than oven a small leak in a last summer." "Pooh 1 could have told you that," No, Mrs. Sharpless, if you waited said Mrs. Sharpless. "Thero was all day at tho mouth of a sower, sower-ga- s in tho house. It smelted you'd nover calch n Verm from tho to heaven tho day beforo ho was gas. Moreover, typhoid doesn't do velop under ten days, so your odor taken down." "Isn't II curious how our bcliof in ous outbreak of tho day beforo could ghosts slicks to usl" commented tho havo nothing to do with Mr. Clyde's doctor, chuckling, "malaria rising illness." "Perhaps you'll givo us your from swamps; typhoid and diphsheeted theory," said tho old lady, with an theria rising in sower-ga- s; of politeness whfoh specters rising from country gravo-yar- elaboration plainly meant, "And whatever It Is, nil in tho samo category." Grandma Sharpless pushed her I don't proposo to beliovo it." "Not mine, but tho City Water spectacles up on her forehead, a signal of bnlllo with her. "Do you Commissioner's. Mr. Clydo's caso menu to toll mo, young man, that was ono of about eighty, all within a few weeks of each other. Thoy there's no harm In sower-gas"Far from ill Thoro's harm wore all duo to tho criminal negliL'nough is sewcr-ga- s, but no germs. gence of n city oJllcial who permitTho harm is that tho gag reduces ted tho river supply, which isn't fit (Continued on Elrht.) vitality, and makes ono mora Hallo as gas-pip1 ds ?" Mother and Little Daughter Both Had Been Strangled. Elliabethtown, N. Y Sept 15 The bodies of Mrs. Charles Newinnd and her daughter Elizabeth, flvo years old. wero found In a strip of woods a short distanco from here. A stocking tightly wound around the woman's neck hail strangled her and the child had also been strangled. Coroner Heed said it seemed evi dent that Mrs. Newland had strangled the child with tho stocking and then killed herself In tho same manner. years Mrs. Newland wns thirty-twold and w&s a member of a wealthy Philadelphia family. She and her daughter had been staying at their summer home in Ellzabethtown. Ilor tions. Austrlans Demanding Peace. husband. It Is understood, Is in Texas. Private dispatches from Vienna say that there are more than 400,000 un TERSE TELEGRAMS employed In Vienna and that they nr constantly parading the streets shout A British submarine sank the Ger lng for peace. Another report is to the man cruiser Iiela. A majority of the effect that the military stores In Vien na are so insufficiently supplied that a crew was rescued. third levy of reserves Is going to the A dispatch from Berlin says that tho front In civilian dress. The news of number of prisoners of war now In the capture of Semlln by Servia has Germany Is about 200,000. thrown Vienna Into a panic, and tho Governor Ralston will open the terror has been Increased by the re Democratic campaign in Indiana to ported advance of the Russian forces. night at a meeting in Indianapolis. Ilerlln announces that tho crown Ilev. Horace V. Jones and wlfo were prince's army Is attacking Verdun and killed when an automobile In which has succeeded In capturing somo of thoy wero riding turned over near Kv- - the forts no-there. It also Is denied ansvlllo. that the Ge.'mans have been defeated . Secretary of State Bryan haH signed and It Is claimed that they havo merely retired In the faco of overwhelmtho peace treaties with the representatives of Great Britain, France. Spain ing numbers. Tho army Is to bo reformed on a lino of Verdun-Nancand and China. Princo Joachim, youngest son of tho lower I.orraino and to make a stand against tho allied forces. It Is reportkaiser, who was wounded In France, has arrived In Berlin and is now at tho ed that General Von Dergoltz went to Antwerp and offered peace to the BelIlelluvuu palace. gians, saying that they would be proThe Roumanian cabinet has resign tected and their losses guaranteed. ed, and It Is rumored that tho change The offer was rejected. will bo a prelude to a Roumanian The Official Report. with Russia. Tho war press bureau has Issued "The story of a revolution In India "The enemy stub which has been given out by German this statement: legations In certain capitals Is a sheer bornly disputed tho passago of the Invention," says the British embassy River Alsne by our troops, but In spite ot tho difficulty of forcing the river la at Washington. the fuce of a strong opposition, nearly An offering of 13,100,000 of Porto all tho crossings were Secured. On nican government bunds bids which cur right and left tho French troops were to have been opened today, has were confronted with a similar task, been withdrawn and all bids received tn which, like ourselves, they were sucwill be returned. Many more prisoners were cessful. taken. It Is reported that the German o r extent of Lord Kitchener's "master stroke" Is now comprehended and England Is ringing, with enthusiasm. Seventy thousand Rusian soldiers, described as veterans of magnificent physique and bearing, have been transported from the Russian harbor of Atchangel to Leith and other Scottish ports, and from there entrained to the channel. It Is not known what proportion of the 70,000, which force constitutes practically two full army corps, has been landed at Ostend or at other reception camps, but unquestionably a very great proportion Is now in Belgium and Is being mobilized for immediate service. Attempts to conceal the movement of the czar's soldiers through Scotland and England have relaxed because the movement has been practically consummated and the military necessity for secrecy is at an end. This movement has been vigorously carried on for ten days, at least But tho precautions of tho government and the loyalty of British newspapers have hitherto completely masked the movement. crown princo lias been driven back and that' he has moved his headquarters from St Mcnhold to Mt. Faucon." The rout of the Germans probably will terminate in a complete disaster. In that a great part of their forces will be cut off in the Argonne forests and south of Verdun, according to a statement made by M. MUleraad, French j minister of war. sacks. The FRENCH ISSUE OFFICIAL REPORT EXPERTS CAUTIOUS, RECOGNIZ ING POSSIBILITY THAT GERMANS WILL RALLY. One Million Men Were Engaged on the Austrian and German Side in Russian Poland. Weatern Newspaper Union Newa Service Paris. Tho retirement of tho Gor man armies virtually all along tho lin in Franco continued, according to French official reports, and advicei from Switzerland describe the pro found Impression the news ot the Gep man retreat has created along tin frontier and in varloui parts of Germany. Already the Gep man forces have been pushed back bj the allied armies at some points for a distance ot CO miles or more, and tin French havo succeeded in reoccupy-- ( lng various towns which they evacu Swiss-Germa- ThA TlMplnna hnva tnlan Hia nf.l tensive, and are reported to have cul! the German line of communication,! forcing them to use the line through the Meuse valley and Luxemberx. ..The senate and assembly of thi (Continued on Page 5.) ated. Berea it Ope 1-1- ,000 StudenU-- A Good Place for YOU! Page Two. THI CI'llZBN September 17, 1011. The Citizen a family newspaper for ill that It right. true and Interesting. rubtifthrd every TrmrmUy l I)ett, Ky. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporated) WM. C. FROST. C. II. WERTENBERGER, F. O. BOWMAN, f The Citizen Premium This pen retail at $2.50 and $3.00. 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Every pen has the "Wawco" unlimited Theso movements Indicate a revo lutionary turn of opinion which has guarantee in the box with the pen. antl-alco- capo from tctuperanco, but rather as KENTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION. No No Whiskey Advertisements) Immodest News Itemsl . .( t II m uuJS w ,7 tion and expansion it is of interest, to tho people of Kentucky to noto the passing away of an Indian nation that in early times had for them a real meaning. The Cherokee Indians, tho first T 11 THE PASSING OF A NATION By Dr. Robertson .1 gnvo up their tribal cxis- -' , , wilh tho data ence I ho other day and became cit- - , fb H t , an d on izens of the United States. Although intcrcsled aUernoon looking ovcr a they had long been citizens o ouri , d k fQ rcC3 nation of tho stale of Oklahoma ,, ,d h of Jonc8. hey havo held to their traditional The collection is little known tribal organization until now. They h , f t Vft. and mosl of Ul0 l had an elective Chief, a Senate, a arlicIcs wcrc pickcd up in tho region House of Representatives and much d after the heavy rains had tribal property. Now they have di- - j ,d b, cd , vided the properly among them-- 'j selves and gives up their organiza- -j A honorcd rcsidcnt of Kcntucky I , whoso acquaintance tho writer high- S tho beautiful Cd lCTSiV0 and from whom ho has upland ma a rarc and intorcstlng MC,rC thir.iver 8's- - fact of history, is in part of Cherokee source. bIood AU honor to our MountaIn Their position gave them as impor.; Indians. WeiCome to American cit-ta- nt a place m tho history of tho 1 : us i, uuiiuis iiuu in 1 . . W10 uuwi nn uiu t north. Friendly to the English they Men will be wearing silk bose behelped to hold the country for them neath silt trousers, according to a against lite Spanish and French of Pittsburgh tailor. He did not state tho Mississippi Valley. In French Just how the new style will affect pa and Spanish documents of tho fam- jamas. ous "Carondolet Collection" of the University of California, are to be The English male suffragette who found numerous accounts of these threw a bag of flour at Prime Minis early days. ter Asqulth goes scot free. He should Kentucky was for tho Cherokees have had his wrist slapped. a favorite hunting ground and they claimed possession of it against the Dr. John N. Alley, superintendent tribes north of tho Ohio river. of the United States sanatorium for Many an ambitious hunter and pioIndians at Port Lapwal, Ida., says he neer from tho colonics east of tho Is convinced, after a study of the mountains had to reckon with the causes of death among the Nez Perces dusky Cherokee when he sought tho Indians for the last 10 years, that 90 splendid hunting ground of Kenper cent of all the deaths Is due ditucky. rectly or Indirectly to tuberculosis. In It was tho Cherokees who made the one hundred years that havo a Treaty with the Transylvania elapsed since the historic expedition Company through tho fnfluenco of of Lewis and Clarke to the northwest, Daniel Boone, in 1775, by which the Nez Perces tribe has diminished they ceded to the while man all from 8,000 to 1,300. The present tuland from tho Cumberland river to berculosis death rate Is about 40 for the Kentucky. This made possible 1,000 living, or two and a half times the entry and settlement of Ken- the rate of tho United States as a tucky at Boonsboro, just across tho whole. Dr. Alley traces the cause of lino from Madison County in Clark. the decimation to the change In the It was a grim old Cherokee chief, mode of living of the Indians from the surly over a sale which ho disap- open air life of the plains to the seproved who told the while man, ho dentary, settled life of the reservahad acquired his land indeed but, tion. ho would find it a "dark and bloody ground." Russian doctors must envy their Many a Cherokee name is still colleagues in England, tho Increased upon the map tho many havo been Incomes brought them by the Insurdisplaced for others. Tho Cumberance act, says London Chronicle. Dr. land Mountains and IUvcr, named Ralph Thompson says that "In Rusfrom tho bloody warrior brother of sia nobody ever asks a physician the tho English king, might better have amount of his bill. It Is universally retained tho Cherokee name "Ouasi-ota- ." admitted that a gentleman pays his Tennessee is probably a Cher- doctor a fair sum, such a sum as he okee word. This race was intelli- can afford to pay within the limits of gent. They responded to the leach- his income and his sense of generosing of civilization. They had an al- ity. The Russian mind cannot underphabet and a written language with stand how a man engaged In the holy considerable of a literature. pursuit of saving life and alleviating In the administration of Andrew suffering can put a price on his servJackson conflicts aroso between 'tho ices." After this It ts not surprising Cherokees and their neighbors in to learn from tho same authority that tho stales of which they wero a part Russia Is tho only European country and particularly in Georgia. They of Importance where tho medical proretained thoir national lifo and re- fession is not overcrowded. fused to part with lands which tho whilo man greatly wanted because Much Interest has been aroused in ho had discovered gold there. Sevart circles In Rome by tho dlacovory eral times they appealed to tho Uni- of a famous Caravaggio masterpiece, ted States, whom Ihoy regarded as entitled "Portraits of Six Youths Play. their guardian, and tho Supremo Jng In Concert," which had bocn lost Court decided in their favor. But for three centuries. Tho picture was Jackson was no lover of Indians and found In Florence In tho gallery of left them to their fate. In the ad- Marquis Lotterlnghl delta Stufa, and ministration of VanBuren thoy woro would never have been discovered forcibly removed west of tho Mis- had It not come under tho notice of sissippi river and James Russell the artist, Dl Pletro, an expert on the Lowoll, then a student in Harvard Del Cecchl school, which goes back to Coliego wrolo a long poem on tho the seventeenth century. The Caradramatic event. vaggio group was listed "Picture by Theso Indians havo always been an Unknown Artist," but on the artist looked upon as tho finest typo of examlalng It Its Identity with the work their raco In tho South and per-hu- of the great Roman master was soon of America. Even before established. i- untar.ly their removal to the west they had mado much progress in agriculture and in their western homo they havo been known as good farmers, many acquiring much wealth. For a time they had large holdings in Indian Territory but gradually they havo been compelled to .recede before the . . ,,. , .,, , m .1S UHlalllllaO US illU tl lltU mnn Ulivn last their tribal lifo is ended. Tho writer spent a delightful morning on the spot in tho Wautau- ga valley, in eastern icnnessee, whero they ceded Kentucky to tho white men. Tho silo is marked hy fll mn?f f 1 1 1 1 iahin with a view to Em ployers' liability laws hnvo brought about Inquiry as to the causes of accident and sickness among working-men- . THE KINGLINESS OF SERVICE This, together v.lth tho reports of Insurance companies, has shown By THEODORE KEMP, LL. D. tho perils of tho drink habit and (President Illinois Wesleyan University.) aroused thinking people of Germany greatness too Tho way to power Is by the road of from the emperor down. The world estimates often by outward evidences of power. humility and through the gate of ierr The rich man, the man of largo polit- Ice. Not he who has most or gets IMPORTANCE (7) OF BREWER. ical Influence or exalted station, of dis- most, but ho who gives most Is most Government statistics show that In tinguished family or of military prow- truly great; not ho who climbs high the census year 6,615,016 wage earn ess, Is regarded as groat In the eyes est, but ho who stoops lowest. He who ers were employed In all the Indusdocs most and gives most to his fel tries of the I'nlted 8tates, and that of tho world. Jesus, on the other band, emphaIs the greatest In tho king tho brewing Industry employed only sizes character and its Influence for dom and among men. (54,579 of them. helpfulness, as the mcasuro of greatSelfishness strives for placo, unselt' Klgures show that the cost ness. To him the king is nothing, lshness lives for others; selfishness of all materials further the brewing Industry money is nothing, power Is nothing In grasps tor crowns, unselfishness re power. fuel and uses. Including Itself. That which counts with blm joices In service. amounts In the census year to only Is service, to humanity. The unselfish life Is tho Immortal $96,696,000, wlillo tho farmers' crops When at tho last supper Jesus lifo. reach a total of $5,073,997,594. The an girded himself with a towel and proThe kingly soul Is he who like the nual report of tho department of agri Is ceeded to wash the disciples' feet, he Christ, devotes all that be has and culture has been recently Issued. It taught a lesson which Is revolutioniz- to help bis fellow-men- . estimates the value of tho crops grown ing the ethics of the world. Said be, Tho great hearts and the unselfish during the past year as $6,100,000,000, "He that would he greatest among souls at the great assise of nations an lncrrnse of over a billion dollars you let him bo your minister (or serv- shall wear the crowns and shall rule slnco the census year. The brewing ant)." On another occasion, "He that the ages. Industry, on the other hand, has de(Copyright, 1911, by 'Joseph n. exalteth himself shall be abased." clined If one may Judge from newspaper Items chronicling the closing of this or that brewery because of "lack To err Is human, but don't lose sight Vs aptly pointed out The man who knows what be Is talk of the fact thnt It counts sgnlnst your of business." It that "If all the breweries went out of lag about doesn't have to use any un- fielding average. existence the farmers of the United necessary words. States would miss their market about as much as they miss what the black low-meDon-Its.- BACK TO THE BIBLE It the promlso of tho final suppres sion of the permitted sale of Intoil eating that is, poisonous drink." This "new knowledge" In Germany, as elsewhere, Is largoly tho result of In Investigation undertaken primarily and Is ono not othcrwlao used In this prophecy. Jesus Is speaking to his disciples. Ho looks beyond tbo dark passion so rapidly approaching to tho light of the ultimate fulfilling or his purpose for this world. Our Lord hero makes no reference to tho' final Judgment mentioned In tho Apocalypso. In that hour earth and heaven will flee away. Hero thcro Is no such passing away nor do tho dead appear. The son Is enthroned. He administers Judgment. Ho Is assisted by tho no angels. companylng Tho bellover must appear befora the Judgment (II Cor. 5:10; Rom. 14:10), but his destiny Is decided tho moment ho believes, John 6:24. Christ first enmo In humiliation, when ho comes this time 'twill bo In "glory" (v. 31). Ho mny come at any moment. Matt. 24:42-44- . This scene Is more the description of a Judgment than of a trial. Tho testing Is taking place today. earthly relations snd administration, passages of our Lord's Olivet prophecy. Tho title "8on of Mnn" Is one which refors to our Lord's m Separating Test. II. Those Commended, vv. Tho separating test Is the attitude of the nations toward tho brethren of tho Lord. Here Jesus emphatically speaks of bis ktngshlp, henco tho honorcd position, "on his right hand." In his teaching Jesus had emphasized tho fact that those who do the will of God are his next of kin. Here they are. "Yo blessed of my father." This word "blessed" means, literally, "well spoken of." Wo aro blessed of God In the heavenllcs In Christ, Kph. 1:3, but wo aro also to be blessed with an Inheritance In tho kingdom. See Gal. 6:19. 21.-- Eph. 6.5; I Cor. 6:9, 10 contrasted with II Tim. 2:2; 4:8; James 2:5; Rev. 21:7. This blessing Is a girt. Luke 12:32, which has been prepared 4,from the foundation of the world" (v. 34). Man's destiny depends upon the object and act of his faith, but tho test, tho proof, tho evidence of that faith Is In bis conduct (Gal. 5:6; James 2:17, 18). Altruism does not savo the soul, but a truly saved soul will be compassionately serviceable. It Is ours to assusge the thirsty, John 4:14, 6:65; ours to feed the hungry, John 6:32, 35; ours to receive tho stranger, Eph. 2:13, 18, 19; ours to clothe the naked, Isa. 64:6; ours to visit the sick, Luko 1:68, 78; snd ours to Tlstt the prisoner, Luke 18. Note carefully the unconscious ness of good deeds. Tho Christian Is so Identified with Jesus Christ as to regard these deeds as not his own, but "Christ within." Tho real tost Is not so much love for God or Christ whom we havo not seen, but lovo for the brethren whom we have seen (I John 3:17). Our attitude toward our brethren Is tho evldenco thnt we havo received Christ. Our lifo of service, though we may bo "the least," will bo commended before the tbrono and the assembled nations nnd angels. Ho is Identified with "tho leasL" This sentence needs to bo Interpreted In the light of the entire scene and Its relationship. Tboso commended aro sent away Into an lifo of felicity. 34-4- 0. g birds eat," A WILL IT EAT YOUR STOMACH? FREE shaky-hande- d FREE loon poured a brimming glass, gulped It down, and left the place. Hardly make much money soiling that fellow whisky," said another man who "Just happened" to be In the sa loon. "Oh. I don't mind what he drinks." said the bartender. "I Just hate to see him spill tho whisky on the bar. for It takes tho varnish off." The man who "Just happened" to be In tho saloon made no reply, but since then he has confided to friends that he has been wondering what whisky will do to a man's stomach If It will take varnish off wood. LIFE AND DEATH STRUGGLE. "Crvllliatlon," says Mr. Abraham Floxner, "has stripped for a life and death wrestlo with tuberculosis, alco hol and other plagues. It Is on the vergo of a similar struggle with the crasser forms of commercialized vice. Sooner or later it must fling down the gauntlet to the wholo horrible thing. That will be tho real contescontest that will tax tho courage. customer In a sa t- Memoirs of Napoleon In Three Volumes de Mcncval, for thirteen years private secretary 10 Napoleon Bonaparte, bring out, as no history can,' many enlightening and interesting side lights on the character of that greatest of leaders. De MdnevaFs descriptions have the piquancy and interest possible only because he was an actual eyewitness of the scenes and incidents of which he writes. Their reliability and historical interest can be judged by the fact that the very conservative French Academy publicly recommends them. the the faith, the resourcos of humanity to their utmost." self-denia- The personal reminiscences of llaron prison and the most noticeable thing about this large number of homelens men was that 75 per cent of them could give you a second hand drink you would simply smell their breath." CAU8E OF RAILROAD ACCIDENTS. The congress of alienists and neu rologists which met In Chicago, de clared by resolution that a greut portion of railroad accidents could be traced to the use of alcoholics by employes, and urged on all railroads the policy of total abstinence. DIMINISHES FIGHTING POWER. Alcohol diminishes the flghtlnK now. er of the workman, which Is In the brain, for alcohol Is a brain poison." says Mr. Philip Snowdcn, M. P. Labor recognises this fact with growlnii LIQUOR RESPONSIBLE. The chief of police of Columbus, Ohio, stated recently that during the previous six months 3,13 men ap plied for a place to sleop at the city A SPECIAL OFFER TO OUR READERS arrangement with the publishers of Collier's, The National Weekly, e ire able to give these valuable and interesting free with a year's subscription to Collier's and this publiMemoirs cation, at a price less than the lowest net cash subscription price of the two papers. 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It Is a magazine for the whole family Editorials, Comments on Congress, Photographic News of the World, Shot! and Serial Stories by the greatest writers of the day, Collier's The Gtlzen -- $2.50 1.00 Special combiaaliva price includiar lae lhrr.ol-m- e Krmotrs tl NipoltoA, pvtlptxl Call or send subscriptions to this office. If you ate already a subscriber, your subscription will be extended lor a year from its present date of expiration. BEREA, ..... 3 CHILDREN WIN BIG SUIT. Liquor dealers In North Chicago sold liquor to one Hogatrom, a Swede, until bis home was neglected, children starv ing and his wife a lunatic. Suit was brought tn behalf of the children, and the Jury, moved at the sight of these In court, gave a verdict In the sum of 5,000, which the dealers will hav to pay. COLUMBIA HAS NO 8ALOON8. Columbia, seat of Missouri Stat university, a town of 10.000 moeOa. With 4,000 stuOsnts, has ao saloons. llTHE CITIZEN ps KENTUCKY The Other Side. Those Condemned, w. Turning now to tho other side, what a change wo behold J "Co mo" is now "depart," not to Joy, but to firo, which Is punishment. Wo do not Infer that this parable refers to the place of the departed dead, to tho final Judgment of sin but to tho tlmo of bis second advent and that tho lifo that Is blessed and the place of punishment are on this earth during tho age of bis millennial reign. Such at least is as far as we feel we havo a right to go In tho interpretation of this parable Those who do not listen to tho "come" of Jesus now, will hear bis "depart" hereafter. Notlco there Is no reference to tho father following the curse such as we find In connection with tho "blessed." Men are cursed by themselves, John 6:40. Thoso who seek to save themselves aro likewise cursed, Gal. 3:10. Tho kingdom Is prepared for tho righteous and punishment Is not prepared for man. It was prepared for tho devil (41) and his cohorts. IV. The Lesson content Admitting tho difficulty of tntorprotatlon let us look at the picture. Jesus on Mount Olivet, sitting In the midst of his disciples, knew full well what was awaiting him on Calvary. Judged by human standards ho was defeated and his defeat was to be made Irrevocable by that Ignominous death. So bis enemies confidently believed. Yet be looks beyond the circumstance to the coming centuries and through them to the end of the sge, and claims tho victory, Ho speaks without hesitation of his hour of triumph and "glory" IT. II). III. 41-4- 6. A September 17, 1914. TOT omzM Page TkrM. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special CHEAP AND CONVENIENT POULTRY HOUSE Investigator LET THE HOOS DO THE WORK Tho farmers nro realizing more and innro in (his soction of tho country that it pays well lo havo ono flcltl or moro of different variety of crops to turn ttio hogs lo and Id them do tho harvesting. Mr. J. 0. Crucli, nbout ono milo lioyond Wnllacclon, is planning to hog down a small field of corn sown to cowpcas. Ho says il pays him to do this with his killing hogs. If this pays Mr. Cruch, it will no doubt pay you. Weigh your hogs hoforo you turn llicm in and weigh when you tako them out. Count your llmo and labor, allow market price for your hogs and sco what you havo gained. Try this on a small scale. when tho kernels aro well glazed and husks partly dry, but boforo tho blades havo dried out to any great extent. CO per cent of tho feed value of corn Is In th'o grain and 40 per rent in tho stalk and blades. This being truo II Is Important that wo cut at tho right tlmo to get most feed valuo from corn and fodder. RYE I RYEII RYEIII 0 After tho early corn has been shocked turn tho land, spread two tons of ground limcstono lo tho aero, disk this in then drag tho ground down to n smooth surface, roll the ground, then drill lYi bu. of ryo with 150 lo 200 lb. of 10 per cent acid phosphate lo llio acre. This field will give you early pasluro and a SOME ADVANTAQES better soil for tho next corn crop 1. Much labor is saved In harvest- which will como after a crop of cow- ing tho crop with your hogs. peas. Cowpeas lo follow ryo. Moro 2. Tho manuro produced by tho about this rotation later. hogs is well distributed over mo field. NOTES 3. Saving tho crop earlier than In Haul cowpcas to llio barn If you tho usual way. 4. Hogs do better In a clean field expect lo uso them for hay. whero they can get clean puro wa ter than in a closo filthy pen. Feed Iho hens better and more, 5. Saves storage room in barn for build a houso for them winter Is something else. coining and eggs are already 20 cents. CORN CUTTING JUST BEGUN Karly corn is now boing shocked Keep the children In school and and fodder saved. Put your corn In hlrn tho fodder nulled and corn cut small shocks If fodder is green and IL means ?10 a day to each child corn not well matured. and a largo dividend and reward for Hy rnnklng small shocks you can you later. cut your corn earlier, saving more of tho fodder and not running any Savo all the pumpkins for hogs risk of corn fpoil'ng In tho shock, and cows this winter. especially when cut In wet weather. Don't sell your farm products this Tho proper limo to cut corn Is fall, thcros timo enough yet. T1IE TIME TO CUT CORN BOSNIA A Poultry House, . 12 by 24 Feet - 1 efV ffl m f;jrutr Front Elevation of Poultry House. used as entrances. Framed wire screens, hinged on tho west side, koep tho fowls in when the windows are open. Battens. 43 MAP SH0WINO BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA. One of the great cause of the war between Austria and Bervla waa ttie by Auatria of Ikxnla and Hericgovlna, both larselr populated by Serba. and gel il down whero tho common pcoplo can understand ft boforo attempting lo put it on tho statute books. DEMAND FOR FERTILIZER INCREASED IN KENTUCKY Thcro aro 50,783 farms in Kentucky Modesty. (By N. C. CHATMAN, Minnesota At1-- , cultural College.) The bouse described la cheap, com modlous, comfortable, conrenlent and clean. It gives sufficient floor room, and ample air space, for from CO to Its 75 fowls, according to breed. construction la such as to reduce to a minimum the tlmo required to feed, water and care for the fowls. All the Internal furnishings aro movable; all the crevices In tho walls, etc., run up and down; thus tho dally work of cleaning Is greatly facilitated and Mf0 Loo CtPEOAvU crop sit helplessly by and watch tho bulls and bears of Europo nnd Amer Tho need of tho rural communities ica trample over it, and yet if tho loday Is Intelligent nnd consecrated farmer will only organize and co onerato ho can successfully fenco leadnrshin. Tho farm is tho power house of n nut these animals thai devastalo his or an products after the harvest. progress and tho brnn-piac- o Tho Kentucky farmer needs that is noble. ns badily as diversification. Tho farm is llio nursery of civll-iralinnd the parsonago of all FINGREATEST THE WORLD'S denominations. ANCIER privTho farmer asks no special Tho world's greatest financier Is ileges. Tho business of farming onhouse-wifesarno opportunities af- tho Kentucky farmer's ly wants the Her daily investments exceed In forded oilier lines of industry. s as much a duty of tho country shruwdncss tho clover transactions pastor to exhort us to own a homo of Wall Street and no business conably whilo on earth as it Is to inspire us cern or corporation, however officered, has ever been ablo to apto build a mansion in tho skies. economy. She is llio Tho rural press, tho pulpit and tho proach her In transschool arc a trinity of powerful In- nation's ablest trader and her promust utilize actions moro nearly reflect the fluences that tho farmer country to their fullest capacity boforo ho gress and prosperity of Iho clearing can occupy a commanding position than tho reports of our house. in public affairs. All legislation, financial or otherPRICES FOR FARM wise, ought lo bo so plain that tho PROFITABLE houscwifo can understand it. Our PRODUCTS Tho greatest encouragement that legislators, state and national, shoot can bo given agrlculturo is proflta-bl- o so far over tho head of tho average prices for farm products. Crop citizen that thoso who aro unable destroying insects havo been a stub- to employ nn nttornoy nnd accept born enemy, and Jupiter Pluvlus has his statements in blind faith, must played many pranks on tho fanner, forever remain in ignoranco of our but there is no pcslilonco liko low laws. Of courso wo havo so many laws that no human can expect to prices: they will sap tho read them and survive tho ordeal, of nn industry. II is ono of tho most pitiful sights but any person who fcols an irresisin twentieth century civilization to' tible impulso to legislate, should try sco n farmer after ho lias raised a his proposed law on his noighbor FARM FACTS By Peter Radford ; on It-ilifo-blood I that use fertilizer, and tho annual Photoa by Atiirlcun In the lower picture ii a shown a Kronen armored aeroplane. At top unique EUti used by the Herman to destroy aeroplanes. It Is mounted on a truck, and It la claimed that tt can be timed aud ulmed accurately enougk to destroy the swifteit flying aircraft. lifa AiueikiUon. They Figure In the Battles In the Air purchases amount lo 31,350,720 according to a recent report of tho United Slates Census Bureau. Ten years ago tho annual expenditure for fertilizer in this Stale "was SlKW.S.'iO. Fertilizer purchases in Kentucky havo increased $142,470, or 49 per cent during tho past decade. Twenty-tw- o per cent of tho fanners of this Stalo uso fertilizer and the avorago for tho United States is 29 per cent. In tho entire nation .there aro 1,823,000 farms that uso fertilizer and tho present annual cxpendiluro Is $115,000,000. Ten years ago it How They Do It was $53,000,000 for tho entire naIt's just the some in erery country tion. on earth. The boys who are stranger to each other meet for the first time. After standing and looking at each KENTUCKY CROP STATISTICS other for a moment one of them sticks Tho Crop Reporting Board of tho up his nose and says: United Stales Department of Agrl"Humph!" "Humph!" repeats the other as his culturo today gave out tho following estimates of Kentucky crops nose goes up. "You can't fight." for 1913: "Neither can you." position. CORN: 3,050,000 acres; 74,825,000 "I can lick you with one hand tied End Frames. The sills, cut to 11 bushels; $30,807,000 farm values, behind mo." feet 2 Inches In length were Joined i HAY: 775,000 acres; 074,000 tons; "So can I you." to the longer sills by a short tie "I'm awful when I'm mad." $11,121,000 farm value. nailed on top of both sills. The end "Bom L" WHEAT: 725,000 acres; 9,800,00 rafters, 12 feet In length, on edge, "Yon orter aee me kick once!" bushels; S9,4GC,000 farm valuo. and notched at the enda to fit tho "And you orter aee me bite!" 100,000 OATS: acres; 3,168.000 "Hul" bushels; $1,017,000 farm valuo. "Hut" IRISH POTATOES. 50.000 acres; And then they go to talking about 2,150,000 bushels; $2,499,000 farm goats and dogs and kites and marbles, ' and ten minutes later are friends and value. taking; bltea from the same apple. TOBACCO: 370,000 acres, i: i pounds, $28,120,000 "farm valuo. I III llf: More Poetry. RYE: 22,000 acres, 273,000 bush els, $238,000 farm valuo. nARLEY: 3,000 acres, 80;000 bushols End Elevation, Showing Partition Sep$02,000 farm value. arating the Two Pens. SWEET POTATOES: 9,000 acres; plates, were nailed onto the 075,000 bushels, $031, 000 form plates? Tho girder on tho west was valuo. 11 feet C lnchos long, while the ono on the east reached only to tho door. Farmers Hate to Write Letters Rafters. Threo rafters, running In tho current Issuo of Farm and longthwlso of the houso, were cut to Fircsido n professor in tho Arizona 23 feet 6 Inches In length, and wero Agricultural Collego is quoted as nailed to the end ratters at equal saying that ho has observed that tho distances apart Thoy woro supportmost successful farmers aro tho ed In the' center by upright two by fours, making a frame for the center ones who nro readiest to answer partition. letters and to respond to circulars "Daughter, 1 lm o a Enclosing Ends. In sawing each sent out by tho college. It is a ruloof for you. He Is a poetfound ho husband dispose and board to fit tho pitch of tho root the business world that ono who docs of nil his poetry." (two Inches to the foot), tho shorter not reply to letters is a poor bus! "IteollyT Then I do bone I won't pleco was nailed at the lowest point ness man; and pcoplo doing business bo averse to him!" Pittsburgh Press, of tho slope, and the longer one at tho with farmers complain that they aro highest. Thus six boards 12 feet In Careful. moro likely than any other class length sufficed to enclose each end. of men lo fail in answering business On tho east a door was made, three by six, as Indicated In end elevation. letters. Tho explanation is that Roof. Tho roof was covered by 24 farmors work longer hours, moro boards; the two outer ones being laid days in llio year, and live under conflush with tho ends, and all securely ditions which mako letter writing nailed to tho plates and ratters. A difllcult. four-Inccornlco was then run around the edges, flush with the roof, and the rubberold roofing brought down In Australia only about one hunto the lower edge of the cornice, makdred and aerenteen persona In ten ing practically an air tight roof. Dithousand are othor than white, but In rections for putting on roofing accomNow Zealand the number of Maoris pany every package. s reduces the proporand Front Tho front has two sliding tions of white to below 91 per cent windows and two "fresh air" apenlngs, covered with wire netting of In South Africa the 1,260,000 Africanmesh, and closed by frames threo by ders and Europeans lire aldo by aide four feet, hinged at the top and covwith 78 per cent of colored races, Doctor I'm afraid you ure koIiik to ered with muslin on tho Inside. A secwhilo In India the European element. be III. I shall hare to exumluo your ond muslin curtain is tacked at the Including tho army, officials, mer- heart top of each framo, on the inside, and chants, women and children, amounts Betty (who Is In love) nut but doc- can be let down when severe woath-e-r to only six persons in each tea tor, you are discreet, aren't you7 Phildemands. Tho windows contain adelphia Itecord. 16 lights, each 10 Inches by II inches. They slide to tho east, and may be h o 281,-200,0- 00 complete disinfection made easy. Its dimensions, 12 by 24, are auchas to Insure economy In material. It Is five feet high at tho rear and seven feet In front It con be put on a post, stone or cement foundation, with either earth, wooden or cement floor, aa desired. The slmplo framo of two by fours Is covered with, plno boards, 12 Inches wide, set up and down on all sides. The joints s aro covered with battens by four Inches, well nailed on. Other boards, covered with rubberold, form tho roof. Material 12 feet In length Is used throughout Tho long sills, plates, girders and rafters are made by placing pieces end to end and two piece of Joining by nailing a three-foo- t scantling on the side. Sides. To construct the north aide, Bill and plate were laid on edge, five feet apart on the ground, with tho girder laid flatwfso equidistant beboards wero tween them. Twenty-twcut, five feet In length, and nailed as One closely as In laying a floor. board was left off at each end, for convenience In making Joints at tho corners. Tho eouth side was put together in the same manner, using only plate and sill, and nailing thereupon the boards; requisite number of seven-foo- t omitting tho shorter boards which were to come below the window. The front and rear sections were then set upon the foundation and stayed In d by Thcso are four inches, and are nailed securely over tho perpendicular Joints of tha Inch or boards. Data either one-haone inch In thickness may be used. Floor. Tho houso has an earth floor, which Is kept well covered with litter. This Is raked aside and the ground spaded up, whenevor desired, for tho fowls to scratch in. Tho ground did not freeze beneath tho Utter in the winter of s 1909-191- Tho houso ia divided Into two pens or compartments by a cenDivision. ter partition of boards and muslin, as shown in the sketch. Roosts and Nests. The construction and arrangement of these aro tho same as in the houses already described and illustrated. The roof and Bides of the roosting chambers are covered with several thicknesses of building paper, for winter protection. The paper Is removed in tho spring. Not a fowl had a frosted comb In this house In the winter of General. When treated with several coats of government whitewash, the houso presents a neat appearance. Thus far it has been very satisfactory; and it one wants a cheap poultry house it can be recommended as one well adapted to Minnesota conditions. 1909-191- GREAT DANGERS TO CHICKS Chilling and Lice Cause Mpre Loss to the Poultryman Than Any Other Two Causes. (By W. E. VAPLON, Poultryman, Colorado Agricultural Collego.) The greatest enemy of tho chick,, and that which causes more loss than any other one cause. Is chilling; the second enemy In Importance because of amount of loss Is lice; both lice and chilling are tho Indirect cause of bowel ' t troubles, because both sap the vitality and llfo of the chick, making It Impossible for the little fellow to resist the organisms of disease which are always ready to attack it Dusting the setting hen helps, but some lice are quite sure to escape, and can later be found on the head of the chick; rub a little dab of lard on top of the chick's head, getting It into tho down thoroughly, and you will get these; repeat the dose In a week, and, if the hen Is furnished a good dusting place, the lice are not likely to give any more trouble; but whenever you eee a chick that seems unhappy, eyes closed, droopy, look for lice. Tho brood coops should bo thorough- ly sprayed before using with some coal tar preparation, sheep dip whitewash, or a mixture of four parts coal oil and one part crude carbolic acid; it pays to be ahead, and that explains why bo few of us are making anything on our poultry; we neglect these little things; because of neglect disease gets tho start of us, wo become discouraged because of the losses, and give up and blamo our luck, when all the bad luck might have been prevented by a little careful preparation. Give tho chicks a clean place, all tho heat they ran stand, keep them free from vermin, and you can safely count them beforo they are raised. USING INCUBATOR ON FARMS Valuable Substitute for Hen and Con- trary to Common Notion Can ' Be Easily Operated. (By J. O. IIALPIN, Wisconsin Experi j ment StaUoa) The hotter typos of incubators aro rapidly finding a place upon general farms and In most cases proving to be advantageous In raising larger num- bora of sound, healthy chickens which, will bo strong and nicely grown bo- -' foro hot weather comes and woll mv h half-brood- one-Inc- h tured and laying before winter seta In., In addlUon to this, tho fact that, many of tho modern farm broods of poultry are more Inclined to produoo eggs than to hatch them makes It moro advisable for many farmers to purchase good, rcllablo Incubators. It Is easier to keep a hen laying than It Is to start her laying In cold weather. For this, it no other reason, tho modern Incubator la a valuable substitute Contrary to a too common notion It can bo eaaslly oper ated by aayone who la moro or las oareful and methodical. i You and Your Family Need The Citizen Every Week Subscribe Today Pags Four. THE CITIZEN September 17. 1014. LOCAL PAGE NEWS THE FALL STYLE BOOK IS OPEN A Of BERHA AND VKINTTY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES 1RECK &. EVANS Nearlv all of the Fire Insurance Companies have withdrawn from the state, but Breck c& Kvans have some Old Strong Companies that will furnish Any Kind of Insurance you want. Puro lard in 501b cans at Welch's ad. for (6.00. Miss Delphine Dunker of the class of 191 will enter upon her duties as second assistant in tho Charity Society in Pough-keepsi- e, Organiiation 1 You can have a look any time you wish to come. Well be decidedly glad to show you. Good Clothes " " L?L. N. Y Oct. 15th. " Good Service THE OGG STUDIO O. C PURKEY, Prop. High Class Photographs, Enlarging, Kodac Finishing Picture Framing Over Berea Bank and Trust Co. WATCHES Go BARGAINS WATCHES to Mtrcum'i to get your Jewelry. Everything guaranteed. Prices the lowest, quality considered. Next door to Clarkslon'a Hardware, Main Street. & N. TIME TAILE North Bound, Local 7:00 a. m 10:66 p. m. KnoxrllU 1:07 p. m. 1:62 a m. BEREA 0:30 p. m. 7:45 a. m. Ciatinnati South Bound, Local 8:15 p.m. 6:30 a.m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a a. BEREA 7:00 p. m. 6:60 a m. Knoxrillt Expraaa Train No. 33 will stop to taka on pastan-fa- rt for Knoxvill and points beyond. South Bound 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati 11:55 a.m. BEREA No. 32 will atop at Beraa to talc a puMngen for Cincinnati, O., and pointa beyond. North Bound BEREA a:5 p. m. Cincinnati 8:60 p. m. L, Get that aluminum cooking ware (ad) at Welch's. Mr. Alvin D. Todd enters the Theological Seminary at Hartford Conn, this fall. Miss Myrtle Baker relumed Saturday from a two weeks' visit in Lexington and other places. Mr. and Mrs. Clarkston, Misses Nina King, Winnie Davis and Pearl Hill motored to Crab Orchard Sunday and enjoyed a nice ride. Gasoline irons at Welch's, (ad) Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Hunt spent part of last week at tho Burdette bungalow with Prof, and Mrs. Carl Hunt. Miss Pattie Moyers, who is teaching at Dreyfus, Ky was visit-li- ng in town Saturday and Sunday Iwitti Mr. and Mrs. John F. Doan. Miss Ruth Dicknell, who is teaching at Locust Branch was in town Saturday and Sunday. Fish's announce their fall and winter opening Friday and Satur day, September 25 and 20, 1914, and invite you to attend. earnestly Main and Center Streets, Berea, Ky. was visiting last week with relatives in Estill County. War has been declared on high (ad) prices at Welch's. Miss Alice Golden, who has been at Battle Creek, Mich'., during tho summer came homo last week. Mrjs. Albert Baker and children of Indianapolis, Ind., arrived last week for a visit with Mr. J. L. Baker and family and other relatives in and around Berea. Stoves, stoves, stoves at Welch's. (ad) Any kind, any price. Mrs. Kelly Hunt, who was operated on at tho College Hospital Sunday morning for appendicitis, is recovering quite rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. James Wagers enjoyed a visit from Mrs. Wagers' father and mother at the first of tho week. The best buggies in the world at (ad) Welch's. Miss May Todd returned Sunday , from Lexington where she had been receiving medical treatment for several days. Mr. Owen Lowen, who has been spending several weeks with his sisters in town, will return soon to his work in Ohio. ad. Phone all your wants to 29. Tho L. & N. Railroad Company is improving Chestnut Street by building a pavement across tho tun nel and to the depot. Miss Marie Scrivner Her present address is Junior League Hotel, E. 78th St,. New York City. Fish's announce their fall and winter opening Friday and Salur day, September 25 to 20, 1911, and earnestly Invito you to attend. 'Main nnd Center Streets, Berea, Ky. ,(nd 13) Portland Cement at Welch's 65c Miss Mary Porter has returned to Cincinnati, Ohio, where she will teach. Miss Dora Ely, who has been teaching at Witherspoon College at Buckhorn. Ky is here visiting her mother, Mrs. Jane Ely and friends. Mr. Ora Adams who went to Brush Creek, Ky.. Thursday to vis'it his sister, Mrs. Jack Lazwcll, relumed home Sunday. Mrs. Sallie P. Hanson and Mr. Henna McCreary spent Wednesday in Paint Lick on business. Welch's guarantee on buggies Is worth more alone than lots of buggies, (ad) Mr. Chester Lewis of Lancaster was here from Saturday until Mon day on business. Mrs. Rumold and daughter have returned from Danville. Mr. Justice Jackson has returned from .Morice, Mich., where he spent his vacation with his brother, Mr. U. C Jackson. Mr. Earl Griffith of Paris, Ky., spent week's end with his mother, Mrs. E. A. Griffith. Mr. and Mrs. A. GrifTlth and children of Kelsa. Va are visiting Mrs. E. A. Griffith. The largest line of buggies in east-e- ra Kentucky now on exhibition at Welch's. (id) Mr. H. L. Pearl and son Jack of East Bernstadt spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Sallie P. Hanson. His son will be here in school this year. Miss Ruby Smith is working in Welch's Dry Goods Department Mrs. Nettie Wyatt took her place at the Telephone Exchange. .Mr. J. W. Creech of East Bernstadt was in town Saturday on business, accompanied by Mr. R. Conn. COMMISSIONER'S SALE A Successful Convention OUR NEW BEREA Sunday School workers from all , Sophia Johnson, etc., Plaintiffs, Berea lias been improving steadily vs. of late years. But sho never blos- parts of the County met in Col I ego I somed so much in a single year as Chapel on Saturday for tho annual j Luther Kimbcrlain, etc., Defendants. Tho Madison County Convention. now. Under and by vlrluo of a judgment To begin with there is the bcautl gathering was the most representa- and order of sale rendered at the sevful new public school building near-in- g tive one that has been held for May term of tho Madison Circuit completion. Then thcro is tho! eral years. Court, in tho nbovo styled action, extension of tho water mains to thisj . President Frost welcomed the del- the undersigned Master Commlsslot.-e- r new building, providing Incidentally egates to Berea. The Secretary, Mr. of said court will on Saturday, for a good part of tho west end of Potts of White Station, gave the re- September 20, 1914, at 10 o'clock a. of m. on ports from the Sunday Schools town. the premises In tho city cf Then there is the general advance- -; the County and n rail was made for Berea, Ky., sell to tho highest and ment of our business men who ad-- 1 delegates from different schools to best bidder at public auction, the verlize in the Citizen. Look through rue. A lino program was given, on following described property, vlr. our pages and visit their places of' various phases of Sunday School A certain house and lot of ground loby Rev. II. T. Guthrie of cated in Berea. Ky., on tho North j work, business. is our steady record. Whites Station. Meredith Gabbard side of Depot St., beginning at a Then there for good health increasing exemp- of the Glades, Luther Todd of Coyle, stono on tho S. W. corner of lot No. tion from illness and disease that af- Rev. B. H. Roberts, Dr. Fclton, W. I, now owned by J. S. Wilson, thenco II. Smith of Richmond, C. D. Lewis, running flicts ordinary cities. west parallel with North The College itself has been making J. F. Smith and H. E. Taylor. lino of Depot SU, 83 M feet to the Tho State Secretary, Dr. G. O. South corner of Lot No. 3, thenco very great improvements. The executive offices President, Treasuror, Joplin of Louisville, gave an address North 2C0 -l feet to the N. E. corner Bursar, Secretary ,nd Registrar aro on the Model Sunday School and of lot No. 3, thenco North 89 degrees, now all in Lincoln Hall which be-- ! expressed himself as highly pleas- East 83 feet, thence duo South comes an administration building. ed with tho convention. Consider- 203 feel to tho beginning, and being The Academy department has its able money was collected for the tho samo lot convoyed to Levi Kimown campus east of Boono Tavern on i support of tho organized stato work. bcrlain by A. E. Robinson and wife, The music part of the program the Big Hill Pike. The Foundation Deed Book 73, Pago 143, Madison County Court Clerk's Office. Fish's announces their Terms: Said properly will bo sold Fall and Winter Opening, on a credit of six months time, tho purchaser being required to execulo Friday and Saturday, a salo bond payable to tho CommisSeptember 35 and 26, and sioner with approved security bearearnestly invite you to ing 0 per cent Interest from day of sale until paid, with a lien retained attend. on tho property until all tho pur-chamoney is paid, (ad) II. C. Rico, M. C. M. C C. Main and Center Sts. Berea, Ky. I I l-1 PLEASURE Indeed when you buy and use one of our Gasoline Irons, Gasoline Irons, Gasoline Irons, Gasoline Irons, Gasoline Irons, Gasoline Irons. Gasoline Irons, Gasoline Irons, Gasoline Irons, so Joe W. Stephens Meat Market FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES 'ad 13) Just now we have on exhibition an attractive line of models in tailored effects that are particularly adapted for immediate wear. Even if you don't want to buy you are welcomo to come in to look and get an advance insight into tho millinery styles for early fall wear. Fish's . (ad) Mr. A. J. Smith spont week's end with home folks. Mrs. It. II. Christnan was in Danville last week. Mrs. Ella Franklin of Wildie spent Sunday at the bedside of her sick cousin, Mrs. Addie Burnett. Mr. Harrison Brananman of Wil die spent Monday in town. Mrs. Albert Hayes and children of Sims, III., spent week's end with Mrs. Nannie Brananman and friends. Mrs. Nannie Brananman returned homo Thursday from a four weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs. Jack , Lazwell of Brush Creek. Mr. C. C. Ithodus in a recent letter gives very favorable reports of his new business as proprietor of tho tNew Arlington Hotel at Norton, Va. Mr. Ben Gabbard spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. A. P. Gabbard. Miss Mao Baker returned Sunday from n weeks visit in Lexington and Frankfort. Mrs. J. E. Lindsay and daugler, who have been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. II; Bower, left Thursday for Falmouth, Ky., accompained by Mrs. W. H. Bower and sons, Marion and William. After a short visit in Falmouth they will return to Mrs. Lindsay's home in Covington, Ky. Mr. W. H. Bower spent Friday in Falmouth, Ky. Mrs. Sallie Hanson and daughter, Julia were in Richmond on a business trip Friday. 65 Schools are by themselves in the brick block and adjacent buildings on tho Richmond Pike. Tho beautiful Knapp Training School with its grounds nearly completed in grading and finish is another feature which all our town people appreciate. We havo really five great sohools in Berea under tho one name of Be- tor m oc-cur- ed 10-I- Fruits and Vegetables Mill Feed, Flour and Meal OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE. Main Street, Berea GIVE US A CALL Now Ready to Show Apparel and Millinery in the Newest Designs and Models to Ready-to-wear was furnished by Mr. G. G. Dick, Prof. Rigby and scholars from the Sunday Methodist and Baptist Schools. It was enjoyed by all. A joint committee from tho churches of tho town made arrangements for entertainment and a basket lunch was served under the trees. More than two hundred were present. The convention adrea College. And most beautiful of all aro tho journed about four o'clock after reimprovements on tho Park facing electing tho officers who havo servOur new Berea is ed during the past year. Main Street. something to be proud of. DEATH OF MRS. MARK PECKHAM And Berea has streets to rejoice Many will remember Mrs. Peck-hain. You can go from one end of tho as Miss Bogie of Berea. Tho town to tho other in all directions, sad news of her death which And a mud-hol- e. and not meet a hog or last Wednesday near Ncwby comes to us with a shock. She was The college is now lighting a good a member of tho class of 1013 of Bepart of our two chief thorough- rea College. Her parting words fares, and furnishing a watering were of love to her many friendj trough at tho head of main street. and expression of ifond hopes of meeting them in tho beyond. OUT ceedingly reasonable prices. Richmond, Kentucky meet the requirement of good taste in Dress at Ex- B. E. BELUE & COMPANY SEE mother, Mrs. J. W. Chanoy of Valley Viow, has been on a month's visit Tho collego has several houses to nt Lakeside, Delaware and Cleverent at rates ranging from ?3.00 to land, Ohio, returned homo Sunday, (ad) reporting a most enjoyable vaca$22.50 per month. Thomas J. Osborne, Treasurer. tion with relatives. SBEREA HOUSES TO RENT LOOK A suro enough bargain. A farm NOTICE of 320 acres, 50 acres in cultivation. Any one having claims against the A house of five booms, a good barn estate of J. U. Gabbard, deceased, two good orchards, good water, will present same, properly verified, L lluve milo of railroad, one on or before Nov. 1st, 1014 or samo Power gasolino mill, cost $550 all will be barred. for only 81,800. For further inforLaura F. Gabbard, Administratrix, mation call on J. H. Farmer, owner, (ad) Trilby, Loo Co., Ky. Mrs. Demon, who, with her stepad 13) Hayes & Gott "The Cash Store" FOR PHONE FOR CLOTHING SHOES AND FURNISHINGS Main Street. BEREA, KY. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, CORN AND OATS PROMPT DELIVERY HONEST WEIGHT see CLARKSTON LR Hardware and Groceries MAIN STREET, Near Bank J. STROTHER COTT (HALEY'S OLD STAND) & CO. Berea't Carpenter Course Gives Skill and Earning Power September 17,' 101 1. THK CFTIZBN Paga Five. Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky MAIN CAMPAIGN AGAINST BERLIN Russian Advance Now Seems WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST on the money you are not using. Look in next week's paper for the plan. Irresistible, MOVING THROUGH COLUMBUS BUGGIES and MOGULL WAGONS Are the late arrivals which add two more members to the big family-Ameri- can Fence, Oliver Chilled Plows, Foster Rangers and V. C. Fertilizers. Sold exclusively by SILESIA JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier While General Rennenkampf Is Drawing the German Forces In Cast Prussia Away From Possible Reinforce ment of the Crushed Austrlans, General Russzky Is Breaking Up and Capturing Fleeing Armies In GaMcla. GROCERIES, FRUITS and Paris, Sept. IB. Since Sunday morning twenty-ontrains laden with captured war material have reached Paris. e VEGETABLES Prices Always Right J. B. RICHARDSON NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE Main Street .... Berea, Kentucky BEREA NATIONAL BANK BEREA, KENTUCKY Capital Surplus $25,000 $25,000 WE ARE GROWING. GROW WITH US J. L. GAY, - Cashier . Side Lights on the War Prof. Robertson Hy a curious irony of fato U10 Poles at tlui eastern eiul of the zono of war arcs fceliryr the pulse of a new national life, while tho Belgians nt tho western end aro being threatened with extinction. Tho tpiostion nrisea, what is the hope of the Poles At tho present time thero Is no nation of Poland. Thero aro plenty of Poles in Russia, Austria and Ger many hut thoy have no stato of their own. It was not always so In the fourteenth and fifteenth cen turies Poland was as largo as Oer many or Austria, with a civilization that had features greater than its neighbors nround it. Weakcnded hy wars with Sweden and llussia, Poland declined until it became an easy prey to the neighbors between whom it was wedged. On various pretexts it was divided nt three separate times in llussia, Prus1772. 1703 and 1705 sia and Austria profited by what has been callel tho crimo of tho llussia got tho largest portion of tho land but Prussia derived t ho greatest good from tho act sinco it helped her to uuito her scattered territory and prepared her to tho leading stato in Gcrmdny. lost tholr , Tho Poles have never national feeling anil havo watched tho chanco to recover their independence. Napoleon restored them in part that ho might weaken his larger foes, but thoy wcro returned to tlioir subject condition when his career was ended. In 1830 tho Poles of llussia rebelled but wcro again put down and treated with greater harshness than over. A last ciTort, in 1803, left them hopo-les- s. ccn-Ain'- es. bo-co- But now tho conditions changed. Lying in a strategic position between Germany and Russia tho Poles hold tho key to tho situation. llussia needs their royal support and offers them liberties which aro equivalent to home ride. Germany wants them to desert llussia and throws out tho hope of absolute independence. Will the crimo against Belgium bo offset by the liberation of Poland? Has The Monroe Doctrine Any Bearing on The War in Europe! In these days of European turmoil, tho peoplo of tho United Slates cannot fail to recur to tho famous por tion of President Monroe's mes sago to Congress in 1823, in which he voiced tho threat to the nations of F.uropo, joined in tho so called Holy Allianco, that any attempt on their part to restore European government in South America or to colonizo either in North or South America would bo con sidered an unfriendly act. Coupled with this, was tho declaration that tho United States would keep out of tho affairs of Europe This was but another application of tho wise advico of President Wash ington, glveu in his Farowcll Ad dress, when ho loft tho presidency, that wo should seek to avoid alliances." Drought up on a national policy such as this, asserted in difforent forms and on different occasions, it is not hard for tho peoplo of tho United States to hold aloof from tho great European disaslor. Nor can wo fall to nolo that again tho irony of fato promises to draw tho of South America from tho European nations and turn it to us who helped them to sccuro their havo political independence. ng com-mcrco FRENCII ISSUE OFFICIAL (Continued from Pago 1.) Union of South Africa have pledged allegiance to the empire, and havo ap proved the action of Great Britain hai taken In defenso of the principles ol liberty and justlco and the tntcgrltj and sanctity of International obllgu-tlons- malned on the defensive, Anally under taking a general offensive movement by reason of the successes of den Rpzskl and Den. Orusslloff. Servian troops havo crossed thi Savo river and an offlclal statemonl Issued at Nlsh describes large Aus trlan losses In the early fighting. Sen via apparently Is preparing to under Russian official advlcos describe th take further active offensive operaoperations In Russian Poland culml tions. From Derlln came very brief reports natlng In the victories at Krasnik anc Tomaszow. One million men were en Oen. Von Stein has Issued a statement gaged on the Austrian and Oermat describing meagerly the operations t side, and for six days the Russians ro tfeo eajX o? tarts u4telha& ot thi . REPORT the procession was made up at llio know thoso things what tho greatand lights and for repairing furni- Hoarding Hall. Each department souls of the world havo done and turo and replacing sheets, pillow rallied to its dining room, and tho thought. cases and furniture that was worn march began, hoys first tho girls "Rut best of all you will loam out. Now somo of tho students fallowing, with tho Foundation to be to bo what? to bo all that wcro hard on their room furnishSchool in advance with their ban- God intended. There is a vast dif- ings, and wasteful with fuel and ner, then the Vocational with its ference between a wild peach, oil, so that wo ran behind nearly a objective. mottoes, then the Academy, and which has its skin, atone, and a 'thousand dollars. Wo can avoid Russia's Tactical Game. then the Normal and the College. little, bitter withered meat, and a tin's next year. Summing up the reports concerning At the rear of each department cultivated peacli which has been No institution can bo rich enough tho operations In Kast Prussia, It ap- imarched its faculty, and at tho rear grafted, pruned, fertilized,, and to spend tho same 'money twice. pears that Russia has played In tho what a peach And whatever wo havo to spend on field of eastern Prussia the same tacti- iof all tho general officers: physi sprayed, showing cal game followed by the allies In cian, librarian, secretary, treasur- really ought to be. So there is a account of tho wastefulness and Franco a gradual withdrawal design- er, bursar, registrar with their as- vast differenco between iron ore carelessness of students will bo so ed to divert powerful German forces sistants, President Frost and Broth and a watch spring, which has been much less to uso for tho benefit of from aldlnf, the distressed Austrlans er Roberts bringing up tho rear. converted out of tho ore, and is our students in important ways. or from Interfering with the forthcomNow, for a few pieces of direct There was never so long a pro Worth live hundred times as much. ing main cnmpalgn In Oallcla. There fession before at the opening of the "Betrea means to mako all of its advico: Is even news of a great Russian vicinto cultivated peaches and - When tho head of the girls Put this education first. Don't tory over the Oormnns In Kast Prus- fall term. sia, the Russian flmbrexy In Rome hav- procession reached the chapel door, all of its boys into real watch bo greedy or complain about your board or your room or any of tho it halted and the rear was still in spring steel I ing been Informed that General army defeated General front of tho dining hall. Tho two ft "Everything which can help for arrangements of tho school, or" any Von Hlnderbrrg's near Mlawa. and ranks then stepped npart and be- Kins purpose wo want. Everything 'hardships you havo to bear, but that tho German losses are estimate.! tween them the President and which can hinder wo will try to mako sure of this education. at r.0.000 men. It Is positively stated nrn,,iri Get classed whero you can shine. nnhorls i,Penn fholr. ad get rid of. that the Russians are resuming the of- , Now as wo aro all liko a family It is better to stand hfgh in a low t, d (, c, ' , ' fens ve In Kast Prusnla. The siege of hero our Pple III UlC tWO lmeS fdl III dence wo take you into you confi- class than to stand low in a high Koenlgsberg has been resumed. and explain to somo class. Derlln, behind, so that those who started It Is officially declared at Get fun out of your work your in the rear were tho first to enter things about tho support of Berea however, that the Russians have been College. Wo provide tho best edu- book work and your manual labor. driven out of Kast Prussia and that the chapel. General Von Hlnderberg has crossed The chapel was found provided cation and it costs monoy. Tho You will bo sure to enjoy anything the Runslan frontier after notable vie with new hymn hooks "Christ in Institution has been presented with when you put your heart into It. Keep accounts. torles In which 20,000 Russian prison' Song" a book which contains near- some largo sums of money which Bo ablo ,to tell crs and ISO guns were taken. ly one,vthnusand pieces, and all tho it puts out at interest so that wo tho folks at homo just how much Counteracting this view, is tho state On tho front cover was havo thai income. But all tho in- this school year costs you, whero ment given out at Petrograd by Mln favorites. printed Bcrea's doxology, "The come from this endowment together you got your monoy, how much Ister of War Sukhomllnoff : "By the willi all tho student fees does not you had, and what you did with it. retirement of the Russian troops In Clad Enlistment." Subscribe for Tho Citizen. It Thy message, Father, moves my provide for tho largo amounts wo southeast Primula, we have drawn a Every year wo will add a great deal lo tho plcas-ur- o ll'avo to spend. large Prussian army Into a position hear- tand profit of your life hero to where It will be unable to render help In God's great kingdom I vo a iraise at least sixty thousand dol lars to keep the Institution mov have this paper to read every week to llreslau or Posen. It Is possible part: that after an Investment of Cracow, Wo'll praise and serve and trust ing forward and doing its groat and to send to your folks at homo. General BrausslllofT will be dispatched work for its children. Now this Fall in with tho ways and customs and love, with a large army against Vienna." hard of Berea. If you do not liko tho below and heaven above, year wo aro encountering In earth Victories Underestimated. Hrother Knight conducted the times. Thoy began last year, but placo go to somo other school. But havo grown worse sinco tho Euro- - as long as you aro horo fall in with As regards the second stage of the worship, reading the account of Russian oporatlons, the Oallclan of- Daniel and his companions at tho Ipenn War. Many peoplo who havo our ways and customs and get tho fensive. It appears from every quarter great university of Babylon, and been sending gifts to Berea aro not good of them,. Now tho last thing that I say is thnt the Russian victories have been leading in a prayer which lifted ablo to do so, and it is necessary It Is officially an- tall of our hearts. Tho congrega for us to economizo in every way. not said heauso it is tho right underestimated. nounced from Petrograd that the Rusthing to say but becauso it is tho sang "Trust and Obey", and I know you will nil wish to help. sians havo taken ISO, 000 Austrian pris- tion Ono examplo is in tho matter of best pieco of friendly advico which aroso for his oners In seventeen days of fighting. then President Frost taking caro of Collego properties. I can give you. It is that you Tho army of General Dankl, command- opening address. Ho said in part: "Wo aro glad to Last year wo ran behind nearly a should obey and trust God. Ho is wing, cannot ing tho Austrian left your friend forever. Your parents avoid capitulation, since It Is caught see you every one, the old students thousand dollars on our students' between the Rivers San and Vistula, and tho new. Wo aro glad in tho rooms. Wo do not expect to collect and your teachers will not bo with you always. In theso first days In Hwamps, and Is entirely surrounded first placo because wo know you. irent for rooms in our dormitories by overwhelming Russian forces. Tho Some of you aro old friends, and from the students. Tho room rent when you aro away from your early homQ learn to pray, learn to trust army of General Von Auffenberg, comwho havo como for tho first they paid was used in hiring Jani posing the Austrian center, has been thoso tors monitors and in paying for fuel God, and Ho will bless you forcvor. hammered to pieces and dispersed. tlmo havo mado themselves known You aro each The fragments are being seized by by correspondence. Cossacks and thousands of prisoners to bo congratulated on boing here aro being taken daily. The Austrian to mingle with so fino a body of right wing Is continuing resistance aspiring young people. east of Lemberg. but Its doom Is re"And wo aro glad to sco you In garded as certain. tho second placo because wo havo significant news yet reThe most been working for you all .summer. ceived nH regards tho Austrian disaster In Oallcla comos from Berlin and iProfessor Marsh and Mr. Taylor The sky rocket goes up with a rush and makes Is tho more remarkable In that It was havo been hero practically every ou quite a display while it is at it, but its glory soon passed hy the German censors. The day sinco commencement. havo already enjoyed tho now war correspondent of the Iokal fades and it comes down quickly and with no colat Austrian headquarters ad- walks and other improvements. Wo ored fire. mits that tho Austrian offensive has havo canned thousands of quarts been abandoned In tho face of the of penches for your winter food, Don't be a sky rocket in your business overwhelming numerical supremacy of and wO'linvo hung on tho walls of affairs. The slow but sure plan, is always best. the Russian forces, and thnt many neary two school buildings The fellow who offers you some get rich quick AtiBtrlan regiments have lost all ot our hundred now pictures, each ono a their officers. scheme in mining, oil stock or the hundreds of Look at lesson and inspiration. other plans oi the sharpers is offering you the sky theso pictures. Find tho ongr?vlug heavy losses on botfi" sides. The state rocket chance, big prospects and a whooping big ment adds that the army conimandod of Cromwell nt Dunbar, tho boy by Crown Prince Frederick William Whitington, and Graco Darling. fall. It is better to keep your, money in a good has been bombarding with heavy artll "Now you havo como for educa bank like ours and seek our advice about investlery the forts south ot Verdun sine tion, but you do not know what ments. Wednesday. education means. If you did you 11 y way of Rotterdam comes a Ber- would bo educated already! It in- -, lin dispatch that the total losses aus Volvos threo things. You will learn talned by tho Oermans number 6,631 first to do theso things to caro for dead and 12.63S wounded. tho sick, manago a farm or house A GRAND OPENING hold to keep books, to survoy land, (Continued from page 1) how to mako clothes and furniture. cool, and at tho early hour of 7:30 And second you will loarn to , London, Sept. IS. All reports from tho eastern theater of war demonstrate that llussia, having overwhelmed Austria's military power In Oallcla and outmaneuvcred tho German armies In Kast Prussia, Is already developing her main campaign against Berlinthe advance of 1,000,000 troops through Silesia. Whllo Oeneral Rennenkampf, commanding tho Russian armies along tho Baltic, Is drawing the German forces In Kast Prussia away from possible reinforcement of the crtishcd Austrlans and deterring them from opposing the advance against llreslau, Oeneral Russzky, In Oallcla, Is breaking up and capturing the fleeing armies of tho Austrian generals, Von Auffenberg and Dankl. The Ornnd Duke Nicholas, the Russian commander In chief. Is beginning the grand advance upon Berlin. Thero are KusBlan cavalry screens operating near llreslau within 190 miles of Berlin and near Posen, within 150 miles from the Gorman capital. This campaign has been from the beginning Russia's cleverly concealed main R. H. CHRISMAN "The Furniture Mas" Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky The Sky Rocket JACKSON COUNTY BANK Berea's Home Science Courses Make Happy Homes Pace Six. nut crnzKN. September 17, 1014. Promises The Land of Broken COOLIDGE By DANE "UmW said Bud, "old drills, eh? Where you fird thorn?" The Yaqui led tho way to tho face of tho cut and showed tho spot, a hole beneath tho pile of riven rock; and a Moxlcan, not to bo outdone, grabbed up a handful of porphyry and Indicated whero tho dynamlto had pulverized A Woman's Affair B A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution Dud was a practical man who, If ho ever made lore, would doubtless do It In n perfectly businesslike way, without hiring any string bands. Hut at the samo tlmo ho was willing to make some concessions. "Well, go ahead and get your sleep, then," he growled, after trying throe times In the morning to get his pard-ne- r up; "I'm going out to the mine!" Then, with a saddle-gu- n undor his hung at his kneo and his hip, he rode rapidly down tho road, turning out from tlmo to time to let long cavalcades of mules string by. Tho. dead-eye- d arrleros, each with his combined mulo-bllnand whiplash d THE Author of FIGHTING FOOL," "HIDDEN WATERS," "THE TEXICAN," Etc Illustrations by DON J. LAVIN (Ceontsht. 1911 by Frtnk A. Manser .1 "Yes, Irm Jealous I answered Hooker harshly; "Jcatous as tho devlll And I want you to keep that promise, soel" "Aw, Bud" began Do Lancey incredulously; but Hooker slloncod him with a look. Perhaps he was really Jealous, or perhaps he only said so to havo his way, but Phil saw that he was In earnest, and ho went quietly But lovo had set his brain In a whirl, and ho thought no mora of his promise only of some subtler way of meeting his inamorata, some way which Bud would fall to see. CHAPTER XIII. by hli sido. oranges and fruits In hand-madcrates, panoches of sugar In balanced for frames, long joints of sugar-cantho dulce pedlers, and nothing to Indicate cither haste or flight. Three times he let long pack-traigo by without a word, and then at last, overcome by curiosity, ho Inquired about the revoltosos. "What revoltosos T" queried the old man to whom ho spoke. "Why, the men of Bernardo Bravo," answered Bud; "the men who are marching to take Moctezuma." "When I left Moctezuma," returned the old man politely, "all was quiet there were no revoltosos. Since then, I cannot say." "But the soldiers I" cried Bud. "Surely you saw them I They were marching to fight the rebels." "Perhaps so," shrugged the orrlero, laying the lash of his topojo across the rump of a mule; "but I know nothing about It." "No," muttered Bud, as ho continued on his way; "and 111 bet nobody elso e n swinging free, seemed to havo Tory UtUo on their minds but their and yet they must be three days out from Moctezuma. Their mules, too, were well loaded with the products of the hot country fanegas of corn In red leather sacks, pack-lashing- does." Inquiry showed that In this, too, he was correct. From thoso who traveled fast and from those who traveled slow he received the samo wondering answerthe country might bo filled with revoltosos; but, as for them, they knew nothing about It. Not until ho got back to Fortuna and the busy federal telegraph wire did he hear any more news of rapine and bloodshed, and the light which dawned upon him then was gradually dawning upon the whole town. It was a false alarm, given out for purposes of state and the "higher poll tics" with which Mexico Is cursed, and the most that was ever seen of Bernardo Bravo and his lawless men was miserable creatures, but with guns In their hands, who had come down out of the mountains cast of Moctezuma and killed a few cows for beef. Thoroughly disgusted, and yet vaguely alarmed at this bit of opera-bouff- e warfare, Bud set himself resolutely to work to hunt up men for their mine, and, as many poor people were out of employment because of the general stagnation of business, he soon had ten Mexicans at his call. Then, as Phil had dropped out of sight, he ordered supplies at the store and engaged Cruz Mendez who had spent his fortune In three days to pack the goods out on his mules. They were ready to start the next , morning If Do Lancey could be found to qrder the powder and tools, and as the afternoon wore on and no Phil appeared, Bud went on a long hunt which finally discovered him In the balcony of their window, making signs In the language of the "bear," as a man who flirts with a woman in Mextwenty half-starve- d, ico la called. "Say, Phil." he hailed, disregarding hie partner's obvious preoccupation; "break away for a minute and tell mo what kind of powder to get to break that schist tho storo closes at flvo o'clock, and " He thrust his head out the door aa he spoko and paused, abashed. portal of tho Through tho xtoxt balcony but one he beheld the golden hair of Oracla Aragon, and sho fixed her brown eyes upon him with a dazzling, mischievous smile. murmured Bud, laying a compelling hand on Do Lancey and backing swiftly out of range; "so this Is half-close- d "O-hol- " what you're up to talking signal But say, Phil," he continued, beckoning him peremptorily wjth a Jerk of his head, "I got ten men hired and a lot of grub bought, and if you don't pick out that mining stuff we're going to loao a day. So got tho lady to oxcuso you and come on now." "In a minute," pleaded Phil, and ho wont at the end of his allotted time, and perhaps It was tho Imp of Jealousy that put strength into Hooker's arm. "Well, that's all right," said Bud, as Phil began hie laughing excuses; "but you wont to remombor the Maine, pardner wo didn't come down here to g play tho bear. When they's any to bo done I want to bo In on It And you want to remember that promise you made me you said you wouldn't have a thins to do with the Aragon outfit unless I was with you I" aron't "Why, you aren't-y- ou love-makin- Budr For sixty days and more, while the weather had been turning from cold to warm and they had been laboring feebly to clear away the great slid of loose rock that ooTored up tha ledge, the Eagle Tall mine had remained a mystery. Whether, like the old Eagle Tall of frontier fable, It was so rich that only the eagle's head was needed to turn gold the chunks Into twenty-dolla- r pieces; or whether, like many other frontier mines, it was nothing but a hole In the ground, was a matter still to be settled. And Bud, for one, was determined to settle It quickly. d "Come on," he said, as Phil to open up the way to tho lead; "we got a month, maybe less, to got to the bottom of this; and then the hills will do lousy wjth rebels. If they's nothing hore, wo want to find out about It quick and skip and If we strike It, by grab, they ain't enough in Sonora to pry mo loose from It. So show these hombres where to work and well bo up against rock by tho end of the week." Tho original Eagle Tall tunnel had been driven Into the sido of a stoop Mil; so steep, in fact, that tho looso shale stretched in long shoots from tho base of tho frowning porphyry dikes that crowned tho tops of tho hills to tho bottom of the canyon. On either side of tho discovery gulch sharp ridges, perforated by the gopher-hole- s of tho Mexicans and the ancient workings of the Spaniards, ran directly up the hill to meet tho contact But It was against the face of the big ridge itself that Kruger had driven his drift and exploded his giant blast of dynamite, and tho whole slope had been altered and covered with a slide of rock. Against this slide. In the days when they were marking time. Bud and his pardner had directed their energies, throwing the loose stones aside build ing up walls against the slip, and clearing tho way to the solid schist There, somewhere beneath the jumble rock, lay the ledge of powder-rivewhich. If they found it would make them rich; and now with single-Jacand drill, they attacked the laat huge fragments, blasting them Into pieces and groveling deeper until they could strike the contact, where the schist and porphyry met and tho gold spray had spewed up between. It was slow work; slower than they had thought, and the gang of Mexicans that they had hired for muckers were marvels of ineptitude. Left to themselves, they accomplished noth ing, since each problem they encoun tered seemed to present to them some element of insuperable difficulty, to solve which they either went into cau cus or waited for the boee. Meanwhile they kept themselves awake by smoking cigarettes and telling stories about Bernardo Bravo. To the Mexicans of Sonora Bernardo Bravo waa the personification of all the malevolent qualities be being a bandit chief who had turned first gen eral and then rebel under Madero and the fact that he bad at last been driven out of Chihuahua and therefore over Into, Sonora, made his malevolence all the more imminent Undoubtedly, somewhere over to tho east where the Sierras towered like a blue wall, Bernardo and his outlaw followers wero gathering for a raid, and the raid would bring death to Sonora. Ho was a bad man, thie Bernardo Bravo, and if half of the current stories were truo, he killed men when-ove- r they failed to give him money, and was never too hurried to take a fair daughter of tho country up bohlnd him, provided she took his fancy. Yes, surely ho was a bad man bat that did not clear away the rock. For tho first week Phil took charge of the gang, urging, directing and cajoling them, and the work wont merrily on, though rather slowly. The Mexicans liked to work for Don Felipe, ho waa so pollto and spoko such good Spanish; but at tho end of the weok It developed that Bud could got more results out of them. Every time Phil started to explain anything to one Mexican all the others stopped to listen to blm, and that took time. But Bud's favorite way of directing a man was by grunts and signs and bending his own bock to the task. Also, he refused to under stand Spanish, and cut off all explanations and suggestions by an Impatient motion to go to work, which the trab&Jadorea obeyed with shrugs and grins. heal-taten k long-winde- d So Don Fellpo turned powder-maand blacksmith, slinrpenlng up thq drills at tho llttlo forgo they had fashioned and loading tho holes with dy namtto when It became necessary to break a rock, while Bud bossed tho unwilling Moxlcans. In an old tunnol behind their tent thoy sot a heavy gate, and behind It they stored their precious powder. Then camo tho portable forgo and the blacksmith shop, Juat lnsldo tho mouth of tho cave, and tho tent backed up against It for protection. For If there la any one thing, next to horses, that tho rebels are wont to steal. It Is giant powder to blow up culverts with, or to lay on the counters of timorous country merchants and frighten them Into making contributions. As for their horses. Bud kept them belled and hobbled, close to tho house, and no one over saw him without his gun. In the morning, when ho got up, ho took It from under his pillow and hung It on his belt and thero It stayed until bedtime. Ho also kept a sharp watch on tho trail, above and below, and what few men did pass through wero conscious of his eye. Therefore It waa all the more surprising when, one day, looking up suddenly from heaving at n great rock, he saw the big Yaqui soldier, Amlgo, gazing down at him from the cut bank. Yea, it was the same man, but with a difference his rifle and cartridge-belt- s were absent and his clothes wore torn by the brush. But the same competent Bmllo waa thero, and aftor a few words with Bud he leaped nimbly down tbo bank and n good-nature- laid hold upon tho rock. They pulled together, and tho boulder that had balked Bud's gang of Mexicans moved easily for tho two of them. Then Amlgo seized a crowbar and slipped It Into a cranny and showed them a few things about moving rocks. For half an hour or more ho worked along, seemingly bent on displaying his skill, then he sat down on the bank and watched the MexlcanB with tolerant, eyes. If ho was hungry he showed It only by tho cigarettes ho smoked, and Hooker, Btudylng up the chances he would take by hiring a deserter, let him wait until he camo to a decision. "Oyez. Amlgo," he hailed at last and, rubbing his hand around on his stomach,, he smiled questlonlngly, whereat the Yaqui nodded his head avidly. "Stawano!" said Hooker, "ven." And he left bis Mexicans to dawdle as they would while ho led the Indian to camp. Thero ho showed hlra tho coffee-po- t and the kettle of beans by the fire, set out a slab of Dutch-ovebread and a sack of Jerked beef, some stewed fruit and a can of sirup, and left him to do n his worst In the course of half an hour or so he came back and found the Yaqui sopping up sirup with the last of the bread and humming a little tune. So they eat down and smoked a cigarette and came to the business at hand. "Where you go?" Inquired Bud; but Amlgo only shrugged enigmatically. "You like to work!" continued Bud, and the Indian broke Into a smile of assent "Muy blen," said Hooker with final-lt"I give Mexicans two dollars a day I give you four. Is that enough I" "SI." nodded the Yaqui, and without more words bo followed Bud back to tho cut There, In bait a day, be accomplished more than all the Mexicans put together, leaping boldly up the bank to dislodge hanging boulders, boosting them by main Btrength up onto the ramshackle tram they had constructed, and trundling them out to the dump with the shovo of a mighty hand. He was a willing worker, using his head every minute; but though ho waa not regret the raid on his grub-ptlo- . It ho could got half as much work for what he fed the Mexicans ho could well rest content "But how did this Indian happen to find you!" demanded Phil, when his pardner had explained his acquisition. "Say, ho must havo deserted from his company when thoy brought them back from Moctezuma!" "Moro'n likely," nsscntcd Bud. "Ho ain't talking much, but I notlco he keeps his oyo out they'd shoot him for a deserter If thoy could ketch him. I'd hate to see him go that way." "Well; It he's aa good as this, let's take caro of hlml" cried Phil with enthusiasm. "I'll tell you. Dud, there's something big coming off pretty soon and I'd llko to stay around town a llttlo more If I could. I want to keep track of things." "Fr Instance 1" suggested Hooker dryly. It had struck him that Phil was spending a good deal of tlmo In town already. "Well, there's this revolution. Sure as shooting they're going to pull one soon. Thero's two thousand Mexican miners working at Fortuna, and they say every ono of 'em has got a rlflo burled. Now they're beginning to quit and drift out Into tho hills, and wo'ro likely to hear from them any time." "AM tho moro reason for staying In camp, then," remarked Hud. "I'll tell you, Phil, I need you hero. That dogged Icdgo Is lost, good and plenty, and I need you to say where to dig. We ain't doing much better than old Aragon did Just rooting around In that rock-pillet's do a llttlo timbering, and sink." "You can't timber that rock," answered Do Lancey decidedly. "And besides. It's cheaper to make a cut twenty feet deep than It Is to tunnel or sink a shaft Walt till we got to then well that porphyry contact know where we're at" "All right," grumbled Bud; "but seems llko we're a long tlmo getting there. What's the news downtown?" "Well, tho fireworks have begun again over In Chihuahua Orozco and Salazar and that bunch but It seems thero was something to this Moctezuma ecare, after all. I waa talking to an American mining man from down that way and he told me that tho federals marched out to where the rebels were and then sat down and watched them cross tho river without firing on them somo kind of an understanding between Bernardo Uravo and these blackleg federals. "Tbo only fighting there was was when a bunch of twenty Ynqula got away from their officers In tho rough country and went after Bernardo Bravo by their lonesome That throw a d big scaro Into him. too, but he to fight them off and if I was making a guess I'd bet that your Yaqui friend was one of that fighting twenty." "I reckon," assented Bud; "but don't you say nothing. I need that hombro In my business. Como on, let's go up and look at that cut I come across an old board today, down In tho muck, and 1 bet you It's a pleco that Kruger left Funny wo don't como across somo of hla tools, though, or tho hole where the powder went off." "When we do that," observed Phil, "we'll be where wo'ro going. Nothing to do then but lay oft tho men and wait till I get my papers. That's why I say don't hurry so hard wo haven't got our title to this claim, pardner, and we won't get It, either not for somo Suppose you'd bit this tlmo yet e man-uge- good nature, or tho Inspired by his hardihood; per-hatho qualities of naturnl leadership which had mode him a picked man among hla brother Yaquls. Hut when, lato In the afternoon, Bud camo back from n trip to tho tont he found Amlgo In charge of tho gang, heaving and struggling and making motions with his head. "flood onoughl" he muttered, aftor watching him for a minute In tlloncc, and leaving tho now boss In command, ho went back and started supper. That was tho beginning of a now day at tho Eagle Tall, and when Do Lancey camo back from town whither ho went whenovor ho could conjure up an errand ho found that for onco, he had not been mlnscd. Hud was doing tho blacksmlthlng, Amlgo was directing tho gang, and a fresh mesB of beans was on tho fire, o tho first kettleful having gone to the Yaqul's backbone. But they wero beans well spent and Hud did rein-forc- ct ledge" Bud Waa Doing the Olacksmlthlng. such a hustler and made their puny efforts soom bo Ineffectual by comparison, he managed In some mysterious way to gain tbo Immediate approval PL the Mexicans. Perhaps It was his "Well, If I hit It," remarked Dud, "I'll stay with it you can tniBt mo for that Hello, what's the Yaqui found?" As they camo up tho cut Amlgo quit work and, while tho Mexicans followed suit and gathered expectantly behind him, he picked up threo rusty drills and presented and an Iron them to Bud. Evidently ho had learned the object of their search from the Mexicans, but It he looked for any demonstrations of r delight at eight of these tools he was doomed to disappointment for both Dud and Phil bad schooled themselves to keep their faces, straight drill-spoo- tive?, generally women. At this meeting parents with marriageable daughters nre named nnd their character di.cussed. Having decided as to the parents to be approached first, they appoint an old lady to muke the nsvossary arrangements. She then starts on her "hunting for When visiting a wife" expedition. the said parents she informs them that n certuin person wishes to build a church. If tho proposal is refused the hunter proceeds to other. On tho contrary, if the parents wish to accept the proposal, they would ask the emissary to call again after a few days. During these days the parents of the mniden call in a meeting of their relatives nnd inquire into the chnrnctcr und standing of the suitor and his parents. Having thus satisfied themselves that tho youth is a suitable match for their daughter, they await tho revisit of the hunter. At this visit their reply is given and tho amount to be spent by the would be bridegroom for the marriage is named. When these primary points arc settled the father of tho youth fixes a day to cull upon the parents of the other party, when the amount for expenses is handed over, together with 6onio clothing nnd jewelry (tho ntiulity of theso depends on tho bridegroom's standing), as u 6ign of their "betrothal." At this meeting is also fixed tho wedding day, On tho appointed day dinner is given in both houses, nnd at tho hour of midnight tho bridegroom is taken in his plnuiin (a chair in the shape of a throno) in a procession to the houso of the bride, whero both the plamins aro placed sido by sido with tho brido and bridegroom in them. This sitting together is termed "bcrsnnding." From that timo they aro husband those usual between lovcra. Oladly ho said, would the young man have cone to see and a slnglo glance told Hooker that the franleln, but she, not being permit-te- d a to meet nny one of whom her It was full of fine particles of gold. did not approve, did not ask him. "I picked that up when they weren't One day the girl telegraphed that looking," whispered Do Lancey, hla eyes dancing with triumph. "It's tho sbo was going to the artist women's fete. She would not lie allowed to same rock tho samo as Kruger'al" "Well, put 'er there, then, pardner!" go nlono; her mother would go with cried Dud, grabbing at Do Lancey's her. An Idea occurred to Herman. If he hand; "wo've struck It I " And with a broad grin on their de- could go to the ball Impersonating a ceitful faces they danced silently woman In man's dress be could clasp around tho tent, after which they paid hla Ixmlsa to blm In the dancu Instead off the Moxlcans and bado them of looking at her from a distance. This be telegraphed her nnd observed "adlosl" " Uiat after she received Ills messugo XIV. CHAPTER she did a great deal of thinking. Then up went away from the It Is a great sensation striking It abe got andand when ahc returned sbo window, rich ono of tho greatest In the world. dropped something white on to the Somo men punch a burro over tho waa fading, desert all their lives In the hope of ground below an The day It was dark Herman achieving It once; Bud and Phil had and as soon taken a chance, and tbo prize now lay Wfnt out of n door opening Into the unwithin tholr grasp. Only a llttlo while garden. Jumped over a fence and. der I)ula'. window, picked up a now a month, maybe. It tho officials were Blow and tho title would bo ticket. Colng bark to his homo he looked nt It by lamplight It read: theirs. Admit Kraulfln t.ouUa Mcnlnor to tha Tho Mexican miners, blinded by their Ignorance, went their way, woll artist women's tela. tieurt danced with delight ontcnted to get their money. Nobody knew. Thero was, nothing to do but He was ready to tnko any risk. There to wait Hut to wait, as somo pcoplo were but n few halm on his face, and know, Is tho hardest work In tho bis cheeks were red as two Jnrmicml-no- t ruses. Ills mouth was delicate, world. and be wore u lady's No. C kid glove. (To bo continued) Appropriating a costume of hla sisMALAY MARRIAGES. ter's, on the night of the ball he went there lu a carriage and waa admitted up!d Is Garrtd From Any Participaon Frnulcln Mouliiger'a ticket. Havtion In tha Matchmaking. ing gnlmsl nu entrance, the room was Among the Malays tlic choice of free to blm. lie looked about hlra till picking Iiis wife docs not belong to be snw tier with her mother, then So long aa ho boldly the youth, but to his parents. When wentsupposed optotoboher. woman the field a was the parents deem it high time that was jterfectly elenr to blm. He and their ton should have a wife they Louisa ran away where they might be call together some of their rela- free to talk together without being quartz. Then, while all tho Mexicans looked on, ho tailed this toward tho edgo, scanning tho Inst remnant for gold and quit without a color. "Nadal" ho cried, throwing down tho pan, and In somo way the Mexicans sonsed Uio fact that tho mlno hnd turned out a failure. Threo tlmos ho wont back to tho cut and scooped up tho barren dust and then bo told tho men they could quit "No moro work!" ho said, affecting a dejected blttemesa; "no hay nada thero Is nothing!" And with this sad, but by no meana unusunl, ending to their labors, tho Moxlcnns went away to tbolr camp, speculating among themsolves as to whether they could get their pay. But when tho last of them had gonoPhll beckoned Bud Into tho tent and showed blm a ploco of "Blen," said Thll, pawing solomnly around In tho bottom of tho hole; and then, filling his handkerchief with fine dirt, ho carried It down to tho crcok. Thero, In a miner's pan, ho washed It out carefully, slopping tho wasto over tho edgo and swirling tho water around until nt last only a llttlo dirt was left In tho bottom of tho pan. It F. A. MITCHBL i Tbo women artlats of Berlin every two years get up a ball In which only women aro allowed. Not n slnglo man is admitted. A large number of the women, however, don malo nttlre, nnd It Is an Imitation of men' attentions to tho fair sex on the part of these female men Mint occasions the chief diversion of tho evening. Now. In Berlin litis! n young man named Kcrstncr Hcrmau Keratner wbo was n scribbler. Ho wrote stories sitting lu hla window overlooking tho garden nt the back of the house, while a girl painted pictures nt n not her window nt tho back of another house on tho other etui of tho sumc garden. Louisa Henlngvr pnlnted for the love of art; Keratner wrote for bread and butter. It was Just aa natural for these two to come Into communication ns for tho grass to crow. It was not long before n system of telegraphy was between them, and the messages that enme over tho wlrea wero "Just tako a look at that!" pnr-ent- overheard. Now. If Herman Keratner had been older or less In love nt any rate, bad bad hla wlta about blm be would bavo seen the Impropriety of thus going where ouly women were expected, or, having knowingly Incurred the consequences, be would have been every moment on hU guard. Instead of this, ho led the fmuleln away to a window seat, pulled the curtains In front of them mid proceeded to raaku lovo with- out considering that If not seen be might ut least be heard. As his ardor waxed stronger hla voice grew louder. A couple of girls been poaseased to n marked degree by Frauleln IuKi, for she not only heard Herman making lovu to her; but bcr eyes and ears lielng open, she was cognizant that the two girls had gone off to Inform on her lover. She threw tip tho sash and by means of a light shawl she curried let him down from tho window, which waa on the second story, to tho ground. Then alio closed the window nnd wua walking unconcernedly across the floor, where alie snw thu miuingcni hurrying to the retreat from which she nnd her lover had Just escaped. Coulldent that, having been sitting In tho dark, she had not been seen and realizing that there la safety In a bold front, she followed In the wake of tho outraged managers, and when they pulled aside the curtains, expecting to find a victim, or, rather, tho victims, and were disappointed, sho Joined In tbo babel of Inquiries aa to what was tened nnd. going to the manager of tho ball, told thnt a man was preacnt. There la a certain faculty peculiar faculty of listening to to women-t- he two speakers at once that must havo pausing heard, lis- sr the mntter. The girls who hnd furnished tho In. formation were firm In their belief lovemaklng they had beard which could havo como only from a mnu. Imitation lovemaklng was common In the ballrooms, nnd tho managers were convinced that tho luform-er- a bad mistaken one of thino cases for the genuine article. It waa much better to put this construction on tbo matter than to probe It further at tbo and wifo. A divorce is very cusily effected. risk of bringing about a scandal. This wns fortunate for Krauleln 1mlsn, she A liaji (priest) is called who sepabreaking the bonds having called for n duplicate ticket on rates them, thus alio had mislaid tbo the ground of marriage. Divorce does not for- one sent her. that bid thorn to marry each other again It Is not to bo supposed that a love or to any other person. When affair Involving so much assurance and marrying each other again tho wo- resource would como to naught. It man must undergo a marriago cere- ended In an elopement the pair were mony with another person beforo married, nnd Fruu Kerstuer returned with her husband to ber home and was remarrying her divorced husband. forgiven. London Answers. tbst Soplrmbcr 17, 1014. Page Sera. IN THE HOME Children's Column GUILD HOW THE WAR STARTED Ono of tho ablest and most lucid PARCEL POST ELIMINATES THE MIDDLEMAN (Speech for a Six Year Old) When Joe, and Kalo, and Dick, and Ilclle, Started to school last fall, I cried In go, and papa said Ho thought I was loo small. at last ho said, "Well, you can go For aflcr litis I'm very sure, At homo you'll want to slay." I begged so hard, yj VERSE FOR THIS WEEK What o'er my God ordains la rfght; Hut I'm not Can Judgo That though I liko my j tired yet, and you now by my looks, I nm but six years old, school and books. , Though I tho cup must drink That btltor seems lo my faint heart, I will not fear nor shrink. S. flodlcasl. SOME KITCHEN KINKS TOR MY COUNTRY I ought lo lovo my country, Tho land in which I live; Yes, I am very suro my heart lis truest lovo should givo. To keep ohceso moist, wrap it In n soft cloth wrung out of vinegar, and keep In an earthen jar, with tho cover slightly raised. Hero aro como uses for salt: To heal eggs quickly ndd a pinch of salt. This also applies when whipping cream. I'lncc salt In tho oven under tho baking tins, In order to prevent tho scorching of their contents. Put salt in tho water when you wish to cool a dish quickly. Uso salt to rcmovo ink stains from carpet, when tho ink Is fresh. Salt sprinkled ou tho shelves will drive away ants. will brown mush quickly when fried, if a liltlo sugar is put (a the water while- boiling. Corn-meal For if I lovo my country, I'll try to bo a man My country may bo proud of; And if I try I can. Sho wants men bravo and noble, Sho needs men brave and kind, My country needs that I should bo Tho best man sho can find. UNCLE SAM WANTS CHILDREN BETTER Uso lemon peel, after tho julco hat been partly squeezed out, to rub slains from silver waro; also to removo fruit Mains from your lingers. Tho federal department of labor has established a Children's Uurcau lo teach parents how to caro for children and has just Issued a booklet on "Prenatal Culture" which Is for free distribution. For some Umo Undo Sam lias been paying considerable attention lo tbo improvement of bops, chickens and livestock, as well as teaching us Jiow In raise pumpkins and potatoes, and it is encouraging to find attention now being turned toward improving the human race. ' PROGRESS The cave men fought with their If you do not want liquor in your knotty fists, mince meat, uso ono pint of clear, And clubs that wcro tipped with strong coffco to each gallon of stone; minco meat. With heads held high, with fearless Keep a Slander Diary e, Pharisees, whatever wo may They guarded their rights alone. Tho think of their motives, wcro shrewd when they tried to ensnare Jesus in They hacked at beasts that were huge and fierce, his talk; for most men may bo caught thero if anywhere. Every- That prowled whero their stores were piled, body knows tho famous story of Bishop Latimbcr, who, when on trial, And they died at last, and their spirits passed, heard a pon scratching behind tho tapestry, and thero by knew that Whilo tho Wnr God looked and every word ho uttered was boing smiled. taken down. From that time ho was very carcfid what ho said. Lory? ages passed, and tho archers camo Talmago told of a certain family kept a "Slander Hook," In Willi their arrows and pliant bows; which which every harsh and unkind They crouched In lines 'ncath the mountain pines, word spoken of others was accurAnd slew as tho reaper mows. ately recorded. At first there were many entries, but they gradually And all tho spears of tho armored becamo fewer and at last ceased alknights together. It Is well to remember Flashed bright as a shining sea; that Just such records aro kept in And pooplo died and their spirits "Thou, (lod. seest me," heaven. cried, means also, "Thou, Ood, hearest me." Whilo the War God laughed in glee. When wo think of tho vast and wonderful audience which listens lo They fight today, and llio bullets our least word, wo shall not bo new likely to bo ensnared in our talk. Arc shaped liko a needlo fino; Tho Christian Herald. And cannons roar on tho ocean shore, Grcnt Iliitnln Is giving Ireland borne Whilo blood flows red liko wine. rale, but that Is nut what the uillltnuta aro living (J nut llrltnln. The airships flutter against tho sun, Uncorking a Dottle. To shoot at llio frightened earth, It often happens tbnt In attomptlns And birdmcn dio in tho heavy sky, to uncork a bottlo the stopper la Whilo tho War God shouts In his forced Into tho bottlo Instead, and It mirth. thus floats on tbo liquid. This would Margaret E. Sangstcr, Jr., in perhaps not bo a drawback worn It not that each tlmo tho bottlo Is to bo Christian Herald. emptied tbo cork comes to tho neck No. 2136. Numerical Enigma. and causes an obstruction, preventing My 12 41 mnkra many n KliMy turn; the How of tho liquid. This can bo My 1 4 0 all wmiM moat aurtly spurn: avoided very readily, and all that Is My 3 4CC round niul has no rnd: needed Is to bend a pleco of stiff Iron My 7)1910 with etirnlty will blend; g My 3 49 Ir quite the outer part; wire In a long Ushapc, proporly My CIO 9 limy have a hlnzlnar heart. It In tho neck of tho bottlo so My 7810 will often closely bind. that tho loop portion projects some-whI hold ten letter, and you'll tlnd A araion tiluddt-nlnibelow tho neck. Upon overturnheart and mind. loop prevents ing tho bottlo, tho wlro the cork from reaching the neck to No. 2137. Charade. My Drat la male or female, yountr or old. It. ; ob-tru- explanations of tho causes leading (o llio present complicated war In Europe, says tho Kansas Clly Star, is given by llio Glen Elder Sentinel, a paper out in Mitchell County, Kansas. Hero is tho Sentinel's version of it: As wo understand it, n Servian Socialist who was partly sano when sober got drunk and killed an Austrian noblo and his noblo escort. Austria, observing tho unseemly Incident, addressed herself sternly to Servla, somewhat as follows: "Seo here, kid, no rough stuff. I proposo to bo n father to you. Como into llio woodshed." "Hold on," says Hussia, "don't you ilaro lay a finger on that kid, Aus-tr- y; bo's my kid," says he, "and anyhow you'd mako a fino father for anyone I don't think," ho says. "Think again, you big slob," says Austria, "If you can think twice In ono day," he says, "and whilo you'ro Ihlnkin' think what I'm tcllin' you," ho says. "I don't like the color of your eyes, and your nose offends mo and your feet don't track; besides," says he, "and I can lick you," ho says, "and I will." "Good boy, Auslry, sings Wilhelm; "I can lick him myself; I can lick anybody; why, I can lick everybody," says Wilhelm. "We'll take him on together and show him," says he. So Germany starts for France and slips up incidentally landing with both feet In tho middle of Belgium. "Gel off mo stummick," wails Bel- glum, "or I'll bite your leg off," says be. "Ouch, be patient, Belgy," says Wilhelm'. "Beg pardon; I'll get off when I havo to," ho jays. "Excuse mo or I'll soak you," he says. "Now walch mo pasto Gaston ono." "No fair," says France. "I wasn't looking, anyhow," says be. "Tako that," says ho slipping Wilhelm a hot one. "I hale a fight," says England, "but I can bust the jaw of any guy that slaps my dear friend Gaston, whom I don't liko at all," ho says, "but will defend (ill death," ho says. "You don't halo it worscr than me," says Japan, standing back for an opening. "Anyhow' you started it," says Wilhelm to Nicholas. "You started it yourself," yells everybody to every body else, sticking out their tongues. Then they all clinch, and tho little fellows danco around wnlching for a chanco to get in a punch and run. Moral: If you want to fight, all you have to do is lo say so. THE SCRAP BOOK IN SCHOOL H. H. Williams Most schools, especially in tho partment of Agriculluro havo bdffn testing out llio parcels post as a means of marketing eggs and havo found It highly satisfactory. Tho leparlment has shipped 400 lots, consisting of 0,131 eggs lo various parts of the nation nnd upon arrival at destination, only 327 eggs, or three per cent of tho total and one-ha- lf were broken. Ten dozen eggs can bo shipped in ono container a distance of 150 miles al a cost of 1.7 cents per dozen. This includes (ho cost of transportation and container. Kentucky postal authorities advise that tho farmers and fanners' wives of this stalo aro utilizing the parcels posj, extensively in selling farm produce direct lo tho consumers and excellent results have been obtained. Last winter when eggs wero being sold by retailors al from 50 lo C5 cents to tho consumer tho formers were only receiving 20 to 25 cents per dozen for their product, giving tho middleman from 30 to 40 cents on The each dozen eggs ho handled. parcel post system of marketing entirely eliminates tho middleman's profit and divides tho profit of tho middleman among producer and Officials of Iho United Slates De- SIXDOORS FOR ASPIRJNG YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Berea's Vocational Schools g Training that adds to your money-earninpower, combined with general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commer-cia- l. FOn YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cocking. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for moat rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For thoso who are not expecting lo teach and who aro not going thru College, but desire more general education. This is Just the thing for thoso preparing for medcal studies or olhar professions without a college courso. It also gives tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on oy themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School training for those who expect to tekeh. that young people can teach through the This gives the very best Courses are so arranged summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on In their course of stBdy. Read Dinsmore'a great book, "How to Teach a District School" WITH TOBACCO Harvard University is tho oldest institution of learning in America. It has always had some students who used tobacco, and others who did not. No student who used to bacco has ever won the highest honors! Burhank is tho creates! man of Scienco for everything biological or pertaining lo living things. Ho finds that men In his employment who use tobacco cannot seo and handle things as well as those who do not. For his most important work ho has to havo men who do not use tobaccol EXPERIMENTS You Pay Tribute "Tribute to Caesar" signifies any weak and unduo compliance with 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. Tin Academy is now Berea's largest department 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with Its affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g institution. It require certain worldly pretensions and worldly customs. For example, figures were given last year at tho convention of Club llio Chicago Dressmakers' showing that several sooiety leaders of that city spend $75,000 a year each on dress, while a hundred women of that city lavish on their personal adornment $50,000 a year a piece Add tho figures for New York, Paris, Vienna, London, Berlin, and you will havo only tho beginning of a conception of this ono "tribute to Caesar." Of course the men pay a tribute quite as heavy, only in other, and more harmful, ways. The Christian Herald. Dogs bark at every one they do not know. A foolish man la wont to be scared nt every new Idea. "TIs one. Teaching Teacher. cold the It waa an arduous task for the Much must we lty ns tofnlrc heart or one. live without Who la so Neltlsh teacher to drill Into ono of ber youthMy second Is a noble work of art ful pupils tho prlnclplo of arithmetic Which brums together distant shores "Now, listen," she said. "In order nnd lands. to bo subtracted, things must bo of Though neither feet It has nor head nor liiart, tbo samo denomination. You can't 'TIs often furnished with a hundred tako throo apples from four peaches, hands. nor eight marbles from 12 buttons. It must bo threo apples from four applet, My whole Is youth or age. sickness or health. and so on. Do you understand?" Ufa can give In Joy or sorrow "Plcaso, teacher," ho Inquired, Without It all Incharms of hoards of vain are "couldn't you tako throo quarts of wealth. I)y It unblest In solitude ve live. milk from ono cowT" Youth's Companion. very and If you are forced to doubt Going to School. tho iloor war took place thero were no country schools In tho Transvaal or tho Orango Kree State, and very few In the towns. Now they have boon established everywhere, but the troublo is to got scholars. The Doer father holds that If his boy can ride a horse and shoot a rifle be has all the education he needs, and many of thorn havo been sent to Jail for encouraging their sons to keep away A Doer mother from schoolhousea. holds that when ber daughter can make bread sho la aa good as aay yovag lady la the world. Ueforo Anagram. Least Hnoopa. Sly sncaktnK Bammla stole six silver Shocking spoons, sweet Sadie; she suddenly soon shoe SWOOI1P. Sorrowful Sammle such stealingstops; Boon Bdinmle's services supply shops. Answer Steal spoons. country, havo few books of general reading on their shelves. These aro often the most attractive to the children. Their place can be quite well filled by a series of scrap books. By having several, a number of pupils can uso them at the same time. One can sccuro books in uniform binding, liko te patent ofllco reports, that will answer tho purpose well. To preparo them, turn over ono leaf and cut out tho second and third; save tho fourth and cut out tho fifth and sixth, following this plan through tho book. On both sides of tho remaining leaves tho clipping can bo pasted, with a thick paslo that has not water enough in it to wrinklo tho leaves. Sometimes if ono wishes to pasto in a leaf printed on both sides, ho can attach it to one of tho stubs of the leaves, out out. On, a blank pago at tho beginning an accurate index with pago numbers should bo placed. Ono book can bo used for clip pings on history, ono for travel, ono for biography, ono for poetry, ono for farming, etc. Illustrations should also bo used Magazines and newspapers freely. will furnish plenty of material. Generally tho pastor of llio local church will havo magazines that ho will gladly give for such uses or ho will know of parishioners who havo. Tho Citizen also supplies much valuable material. When tho older pupils have finished tholr studies, they can bo asked (o look over these magazines and cut out thoso articles (hat aro of value. They will enjoy tho work. Theso scrap books will bo inexpensive and very useful to supply recitations, material for compositions and for sido lights in tho study of history, geography and literature. In fact they can bo mado almost for they can furnish later information than regularly printed and otlicrwiso excellent books. out-of-da- thnt misery ennlly catches It at the first turning of the roadway. Too many people nro satisfied with the crowd at the bottom and forget all about the room at the top. A Cornell profotsor advises needy students not to attempt to work their way through college, but to borrow tho money for the purpose. If they en deavor to support themselves while studying, he Bays, they both run the risk of breaking down and lose the social advantages of going to col lege. The plan Involves a departure from tho old order of things under which poor students, though some times grubstaked by friends or selfsacrificing relatives, worked their way through college and asked only to have the opportunity. Uut It Is ap plying to a college education tho ap proved methods of corporation financing and would help further to relieve colleges of the reproach that they are not In touch with modern develop ment. Yet debts of this kind are bard to pay, and most difficult to collect says tbe New York World. And cu riously enough, In refutation of the argument for subsidizing undergrade atcs, Cornell studentB themselves earned $184,900 last year, without, so far as Is known, essentially "impair ing the value" of their college course. Moreover, at no previous time hav American colleges been so well equipped with funds for tho aid of deserv ing students. Idleness makes such slow progress fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students 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, a&d many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valaaate training, and getting pay according to the vaue of their labor. Except m winter it is expected that all will hate a chance to earn a part of tkeie expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, ate, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate to aha best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. TSM STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work unlforma, umbrellas and other necessary articles at coat LIVING EXPENSES tore really below cost The College asks no rest for the fine buildings In which ttu lents live, charging only enough roosa 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 $150 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 bat once, and to returned when tbe student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of acfcoel buildings, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or of teachers all our instruction la a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students ia $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 ana $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by tbe half term. Installments are as folio wa: FALL TERM ear-vic- es Incidental Fee Room ; VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL OOLLBeB $ 5.00 5.GO $ 6.00 7.00 Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept 16, 1914... Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 4, 1014 Total for term Incidental Fee Room $ 7.66 7.00 9.45 $20.05 1UI $29.60 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 f. $23.4$ 9.4 8S2.96 WINTER TERM ; 6 weeks Board $ 6.00 6.00 9.00 $ 6.00 $ 7.66 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 7J t.6f 6.00 Amount due Jan. 6, 1015 $30.60 Board 0 weeks due Feb. 17, 1916 9.00 Total for term $29.00 UM $2116 This does not include the dollar deposit aor money fer books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Fall WinUr Spring Tttei Stenography and Typewriting.... $14.00 $12.00 $10.00 $$6J6 Bookkeeping (brief course) 14.00 12.60 10.00 M.66 Bookkeeping (regular courso).... 7.00 6.00 $.00 11.66 Business course studies for students in other departments: Stenography 10.60 9.00 7.66 27.66 Typewriting, with one hour's use 7.00 of instrument 6.60 5.60 1146 Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. As tho "perfect bouse" Is to contain no closets, some families will havo to keep the skeleton In tbo cellar. "Seeing by wire" Is the latest suggestion of a Urltlib scientist Out on Bay telegraph bis views today. agala Tho fact that under the new Penn sylvania marriage law tbo applicant for a license has to answer questions as to whether bo Is an Imbecile, epi leptic or of unsound mind, or whether be has ever been in a home for paupers, Is calculated to throw something of a damper on love's young dream. He might answer the first question o't being an Imbecile In the affirmative In wanting to get married One of the uiyaterles of tho ngo Is under such strenuous clrcumstancea. the grudge the militant suffragettes And when it cornea to tho lady's bebave against tho Ilrltlsh art galleries. ing asked aa to her Imbecility she la likely to reduce tbe unlucky Honest men shouldn't giggle so much when rogues full out Rogues have an license clerk to that condition when uncomfortable bablt of making up aha la through speaking ber mind to Mm, Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 1.86 1.66 6.46 In no case will special Business Feea exceed $U.OO per term. d young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea if there is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time in the public schools going over and over the same things, when they might he Improving much faster by coming to' Berea and starting In on new atudfca with some of the best young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants must brine or send a testimonial ahowlng that they are above 16 years old, in good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or soma reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco la strictly forbidden, Fall Term opened September 10, 1014. Hurry up I For Information or friendly advice write U lk I watery, able-bodie- MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Bert, Ky. 5 Pago Eight. THE CITIZEN 8eplombor 17, 1014. W. K. Jones is going to Madison Chrlslined her Sarah Ann Mr. County near Richmond lo buy a Jacob Gabbard lost a flno calf last farm, as ho has sold his home. Pro- week by being choked on a poach. vided ho can get a placo in tho Bluo Quito a number from Hurley and Grass (o suit him. Cattlo aro sell- McKco had a picnic on Toms Branch ing nt n higher price than was jSunday. All report a nice time. ever known before. Two year old Doublelick U fiH by tk wiKer. TIM MM ulM lfMmKt(M heifers aro bringing over 40 dollars. Several Doublcllck, Sept. 12 trUnm of m4 Wit. Writ ftaMr- l Mt (M pmkUcatiet, W. R. Reynolds purchased a good of this placo attended Court at saddle horso for $200. J. Malt MorMonday-- Mr. Rulhford CallBox. Mr. Thorn Lakes called on gan has sold bis corn crop to R. B. ahan gavo tho young folks a bean MADISON COUNTY Clarkio Parkers last Sunday overl- Reynolds for $70 nnd moved lo Ann- stringing Wednesday night. All reSlate Lick Slato Lick. Sept. 13. Mrs. Sam ing. Miss Luclo Cunngln and Min- villo, where- ho has employment ported a lino time Mrs. Sarah Hurley and chidren of Hurley Eden visited her son, James Eden nie Parker attended Sunday School with tho R. R. people. Welchburo aro visiting her parents, Mr. and wife for several days lnsl week at Pine Beat Sunday. Hurrah for Welchburg, Sept. II. Born to nnd Mrs. Perry McCollum this Miss Maud Snyder is visiting re- The Citizen. Mr. nnd Mrs. G. W. Davidson n lit- week Mr. Robert Isaacs has just latives and friends in tho Bluo Crass Clover Bottom at present. Mr. Collins Cany of Clover Bottom, Sept. 11. G. E. tlo girl, on tho 4th, Inst Mr. C. 'completed his house on Mallcoal White Hall Mas been spending a Dean lost a flno horse worth $100 a C. Hall and family, who havo been rlilgo nnd has moved to urrah for Tho Citizen nnd Its many few days at Slato Lick (ho past few days ngo. It had been either shot in Illinois for about a year havo readers. week. Mrs. Naoh Ltinceford is sick or kicked but could not tell which. returned to their home. G. G. who has been in Montana for at this writing. Mrs. Wynn and son Mary Kngle Is slaying at Lucy BELL COUNTY Pearl arc visiting friends and rela- Deans for a few weeks. Cord ic Col- several months is nt homo. Dr. Chonoa Luncc-for- d tives in Virginia. Mr. Oay lins of Sturgeon is visiting her sis- Locko was hero last Friday giving examinations Chenoa, Sep. M Mr. E: A! and treatment made a business trip to Clear ter, Mrs. Lunsford of Ibis place. Creek Monday. Brother Henry Lewis of Moorcs for Hookworm. Ho nlso gave a Johnson and wife departed for about month's visit in N. C Thero was Coyle Crock will preach at Cave Springs lecture at tho I. O. O. I Hall Thurs- Coylc, Sept. 13. We have had the l!th anl 20th inst. Several day night.,!. V. Wilson is wcath- - a box supper nt Harrison lnsl W.'day night. The proceeds which his bouse G. soino very cool weather for tho from this place attended tho Baptist Davidson is suffering with a sore were very good went to tho past few days. Rev. Summers and Association at Grassy Springs tho orders. Masons anil son closed a ten days revival nt II and 12 of this month. Willie and arm, which ho hurt in a fall from Junior Friday night with five Eh Baker left today for tlieir un- a wagon", a few days ago R. S. :Mr. P. K. Nuckols of I'incvillo Kingston night school nt additions lo the church. Mr. Geo. cle's. J.S. llowli-t- . near Silver Creek, Moore is moving to bis farm in is attending Crawford sold bis farm to Mr. Bob where they will work in tobacco Wolf County. Frank Bales who Harrison nt this time Mr. P. T, Itamscy for $10,000. Mr. Henry for n while. Mr. Dan Gentry who "as Deen in Montana for several Cams, Secretary nnd Treasurer of the Chenoa Hignitc Coal Co., was Simpson bas completed bis new has been wilh a show.for some time years, is visiting relatives here r yk lr 'I'lillMuilil,. I. ,11 nL hi llllnll llin nave - Mr. Isom Todd sold bis is uacK in our miusi again. yuuo a " eir.n uiuuj imuiuu nuru 1....- bo- - i bouse. colds, owing to the cool nights business interest of tho Compan- ybicycle for $18.50. The fanners of number of young folks attended avere this placo are afraid tho frost is bean slrinKinc at Ray II. America nnd warm days. Author Shepherd Mr. O. B. Hollingsworth, Superin Deans last Saturday night and and family attended tho fair at tendent of the C. V. division of tho going to get their tobacco. L. & W. R. R. Company was strung lots of beans nnd had a good Booncvillo Friday and Saturday. Harts time A. C. Bicknell has gono to The MissHarts, Sept. 15. es Minnie and Katherine Lako Ohio to cul corn for a few weeks. visited Mrs. Whyland's school Fri- Ben Gay gavo tho young folks a day evening. Mr. V. H. Lake, who bean stringing nt bis bouse last THE TRINITY has been in Rockcastle County can- Saturday night. Miss Minla Cuna-gi- n had thirty pictures of her school vassing for the Fidelity Potrait Co., Much may be done with the world we are in, returned Sat, saying business was hiado last Friday. C. M. Azbill ex Much with the race, to better it; pects to move to Bear Wallow in a extremely good. Mr. W. S. Payne We can unfetter it, who is working now at night at the few days. Free it from chains of the old traditions, Depot while Mr. Bower is away Sand Gap of virtue and sin, Broaden ils view-poi- nt stopped and spent tho day with his Sand Gap, Sept. 14 After all sighs Change its conditions grandpa, J. W. Lake. Profosssor and mutterings against the drought; Of labor and wealth. and Mrs. Raine have been visiting crops of most kinds aro very bounAnd open new roadways to knowledge and heath. iriends and relatives in Dayton, O. tiful in this neighborhood. Warl Yet some things ever must stay as they arc, for the past two weeks. C G. Baker warl is the topic of tho day, and While tho sea has its lido and tho sky lias its star. has his barn almost completed. tho dreams of the night. We aro A man and a woman wilh love between, Mr. C. J. Lake bas his nice cellar glad to bear of the "Germs" getting Loyal and lender and truo and clean about finished. It is very nice and whipped Austin Huff and family Nothing belter has been, or can be, the best of all bo bas it almost full formerly of. this place but lately Than just lliose three. le of nico canned fruits. Wilson of Berea arc removed lo this place, of Indiana has moved back and occupy the Henry Hurst propWoman may alter the first great plan. to Harts to locate. C. V. Johnston erty, lately vacated by Hiarm Gray. Daughters and sisters and mothers is moving into the property just Wo welcome Mr. Huff in our visinity May stalk with their brothers vacated by J. L. Jones. Mr. R. E. as ho is a good "Blacksmith" and Forth from their homes, into noisy places and Alph Gadd visited relatives in citizen Dr. Settle is in very poor Fit, and fit only, for masculine man-Mar- ring Rockcastle County last week. health and will leave for Berea in their graces a few days to undergo an operation With conflict and strife, Blue Lick To widen the outlook of all human life. Blue Lick, Sept. 14. Next Mon- for appendicitis. Several in this Yet some things ever must stay as thoy are, day night protracted meeting will and surrounding vicinity attended Whilo tho sea has its tide and tho sky has its star. begin at the .Glades Christian the Baplist denomination associaA man and a woman wilh lovo that strengthens Church, conducted by Rev. Walker tion that convened at Grassy And gathers new force as its earth-wa- y of Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Springs last week. Jesse Durham lengthens Nothing better by God is given Johnson and son Earnest of Hawes-vill- e, left Saturday for Hamilton, Ohio, to This side of heaven. Indiana who were called hero visit relatives. The school at this on account of the death of their place, with Miss Susie Watson in Tho Cosmopolitan. daughter, Mrs. Alfred Johnson re- chargo is gelling along splendidly. turned homo Friday. They took All seem to be well pleased with J. G. Durham with them their three littlo grand- Miss Watson-P- rof. children. In a five inning game of Berea, recently spent a week Grayhawk up last week-- Tho Saturday on the Johnson field with his parents at this place-H- enry box supper Cook bas been very seriously Grayhawk, Sept. t4 Wet weath- at Linda Saturday night was n sucBlue Lick was defeated by Whites Hiarm Har- er still continues and jack frost cess. Many boxes wcro brought Station by a score of 8 to 7. Mr. ill, but is convalescent G. A. Joplin of Louisvillo who is rison and son aro gone to Hamilton has stayed off well. Mr. Y. J. Rob- and all sold well. Tho proceeds State Secretary of the Sunday to work Mr. Cook is having some inson has typhoid fever and is at went lo tho mainlainancc of tho Schools was tho guest of Mr. J. W. now additions built to his dwellings, tho hospital. Dr. G. C. Goodman is band. The Holiness revival at Herndon Sunday. Born to Mr. nnd and Mr. Huff having a new black- the attending physician. Mr. Sher- Linda closed Sunday with many Mrs. John Anderson a fine daughter. smith shop built, which will add man Smith who has been down for joiners School at Linda is going Her name is Sadio Francis. Mr. much to the better appearance of two months with typhoid is slowly nicely wilh Mr. Cyrus Short who Miss Lola Bingham who has been teaching at Wasto as and Mrs. Stoncy Moore with their tho town C. S. Durham is gono to improving daughters, Misses Sadie, Mary and Maulden lo survey land this week. stuck a nail in her foot thirteen teacher. Sunday School hero is, progress- days ago, is somo heller Mrs. Ethel and Miss Lula Fortunate LEE COUNTY were visiting relatives in Rock-cast- lo ing nicely in charge of Misso:. Mary Louisa Tincher i3 poorly with Beattyville County Saturday and Sunday. Cook and Susio Watson Edward bowel trouble-- Mr. Tank Webb was Bealtyvillc, Sept. 12 A special Mr. and Mrs. Julian Johnson re- Durham and Sherman Clcmmons in our midst tho 13th buying cattle. Quito a lot of tho peoplo of Gray- term of the Leo Circuit Court is in turned to tlieir homo at Indiana- have returned from McKee where polis Sunday after an extended vis- they served as Jurymen, and report hawk attended tho King's Daughter session now this is tho beginning of it with Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson. a very business session of Circuit Convention at Annvillo and report tho second week, presided over by Hon. Sam Hurst Mrs. J. W. Herndon is in Kansa3 Court. Sorghum making is begin- n flno lime with o bountiful dinner Judge Cammack. from Hazard City at this writing where sho was ning in this vicinity Mr. Pearson on tho ground. Mr. J. F. Tinohcr returned Sunday called on account of tho sudden is doing a great business with his is painting for J. B. Bingham this where ho has been on business tho last few days Borno to tho wifo death of her brother, Mr. James; cannery. week. of J. M. McDaniel a girl tho 12th . and John Garner. Mr. Charley Hurley Mildred inst Tho Rovival Meeting which Flancry with tlieir sister, Miss SuHurley, Sept. 14 Tho farmers has been in session for over week Tho rain con, Mildred, Sept. 12 a sie, who have been in Tenn. nnd tinues danger of rotting corn-She- rman aro having trouble with their fod- al llio old skating rink hero is still North Car. for somo time past are der on account of so much wet in progress with largo attendance Smith is no better at this making n short visit with their G. Morris' ohildrcn lime. aro weather Mr. Fred Parsley from and interest increasing. Tho meetparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Flanery. very J. poorly at present Miss Laurel County and Willio Roberts ing is being conducted by Rev. D. Beatrico Morris who lias been vis- of Middlefork havo been digging L. Brandenburg and sister Burke JACKSON COUNTY iting her aunt, Martha Cannon, for coal for Jacob II. Gabbard tho past of Wilmore, llio singing conducted Parrot tho past three months returned week Mr. and Mrs. John McCol-lu- n by Mr. and Mrs. Sam P. Guynn Parrot, Sept. 11. Mr. Joo Mooro of Berea havo been visiting Deputy Sheriff, H. D. Rogers of agent for the Singer Sewing Ma- homo last Monday Mr. Henry Tincher of Laurel County returned tlieir friends and relatives here Crystal, camo in Monday to assist chine Company was In this part and other points tho past week-Se- veral in the court hero this week, ho rethis week. Tho work on the now back to Gray Hawk Sunday where Hurley attended ports llio from ho is employed in tho carpentry best corn crop in their railroad is progressing nicely, whioh work W. T. Tincher returned to- church at Bethel today Mr. Jos- vicinity in flvo years. Tho High is now to Annlvlllo. Bean hullings eph Williams gavo tho young folks and stringings aro all tho go in this day from East Bornstadt wilh a a beau stringing and play Saturday and Graded Schools of this County and also all rural schools aro provicinity. Pheo Hillard is preparing load or goods for W.R. Engle Mrs. night in honor of Mr. Willio Gab- gressing nicely with splendid lo add another room to bis dwelling Hubert Turner is visiting her bard Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roy B. Eads who has house. Miss Laura Combs Is still mother in Laurel County Baily Tillery on the Oth a fine girl thoy Simpson is having him a well drillbeen an employeo of tho Bcatty- very poorly. Robert Gabbnrd and Edward Cornelius wcro in this part ed by Hcllard and Begloy Tho now last Sunday. Tho bean hulling at II. R. is finished to Annvillo Thero Adam Price's Friday night was will bo church at Flat Lick Tuesday, well attended and hulled two W'ednosday and Thursday, conductbushels of beans. Jackson County ed by Revs. Culton and Anderson. Wc have in our organization Mr. Ed Scrivncr, is improving fast with Brick works Every body invited to come Best wishes to The Citizen. the telephone expert. Mr. Scrivncr is the best and canning factories going up. Miss Lillio Gabbard visited her sisTynor chance to cure any trouble on your gas engine or ter on Pon Lick Branch this week. Tyner, Sept 12 Wo havo been gas or electric light plant. If you get hung up Largo crowd attended tho Holiness having somo very cool nights with call us up. We can save you trouble, time and Moeting at Willio Gabbard's Thurs- ono light frost W. R. Reynolds and money. day night. A big crowd attended family and several others from this tho bean stringing at Eliga Cornells vicinity will attend tho Stato Fair HENRY LENGFELLNER Wednesday night. Got a flno lot of next week-- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Durrl-ga- n Pkoae 7 or 187 Tiaskop oa JmIcmb Street, Bcra, Kjr. Mrs. Emma Baker is work dono. aro tho proud parents of twin doing, line with her school at Letter girls who wero born last Sunday. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Gel Nowhere Else rWt Mau df Mc-K- co Don't say" Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zaring's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. villo Enlcrprlso Ofllco for tho last three months loft Saturday for his homo in Pulaski County; Circuit Clerk, G. W. Cann who has been very low for tho last few months Is slowly improving. J. H. Mammons of Jackson Is attending court hero this week, nnd greeting his many friends. CLAY COUNTY "Well; Ihcro nro tho canal and llio river both near us, you know." "Then it comes down lo Ibis," said the doctor. "Tho liability of typhoid from what waler Charloy would swallow In llio lank Isn't very grenl. Anil If ho should get it, tho chances nro wo could pull him through. With llio best care, thero should bn only ono chnnco in fifty of n fatal result. But if Charley falls in the canal and, not knowing how to swim, Is drowned, why, that's the end of It. Medical scienco is no good there. Of two dangers rliixne tho lesser. Boiler let him go on with I ho swimming, Mrs. Clyde." "Weill" said Grandma Sharpless, "I I - swannyl" This, was extreme profalnly for her. "Young man, I'm glad to see for nuro you've got sense as well as science!" "Do you consider tho Cypress supply nlways safe lo drink? pcvcral limes il has occured to mo to outfit tho house with fillers," said Mr. I- Hal-co- Satur-crboardi- ng I iuu) Burning Springs Burning Springs, Sept. II Mrs. Wilson Sandlin nnd adopted daughter Margaret of Hamilton aro visiting their many friends here. We are glad to bear that Mrs. Leo Abncr and son Isaac aro recovering from typhoid. -- Roy Homaby who has been working in Dot roil Is visiting bis parents. Mr. E. II. Hubbard Is having a neat and commodious barn huili A number of our business men met tho County Hoard of Education al Its last session on Wednesday Tho children of our puhllo school are delighted with their now books. Tho Statu Board of Education must be highly commended in their wise selection of good and interesting text books Mrs. Beverley FuriiKin dicd Wednesday night after a long illness of consumption. Our Moonlight Schools aro arousing much interest and wo arc trying lo reach all llio needy ones. ESTILL COUNTY Locust Branch Locust Branch, Sept. 11 Tho Faesl Lodge at Beach Grovo No. 241 I. O. O. F. will havo a picnic tho third Saturday In September nnd dinner on tho ground. Everybody invited to come. Gill Harris of Illinois visited friends nnd relatives of this placo last Sunday Rev. C. Johnson will begin a revival meeting nt this placo the third Saturday and Sunday in September. Every body come and have a good meeting Mr. S. B. Kelley of Irvlno passed through this vicinity this week. Willow Tree Willow Tree, Sept. 10 Sunday School is progressing nicely at this placo every ono is getting ready for the big rally Mr. and Mrs. It. I. Neal and son attended preaching at Irvine Sunday Mr. Emanuel Taylor and Miss Mary Mahaffy of Irvlno attended Sunday School at this placo Sunday Several from thero went to the big show at Irvine this week. II. I. Neal sold to Dr. Marcum fourteen head of flno cattlo Wednesday Apple Peelings seems to be the go at this place. LETCHER COUNTY thalk .r Clyde. "No need, so long as tho present Water Department Is in office," returned Dr. Strong. "I might almost add, no uso anyway." Van-Wink- j Whitesburg NOTICE! Sept. 11. Messrs Whilesburg, Sidney and Fcndell Williams of Richmond wero in Whilesburg last Thursday and Friday Miss May Wilcox, from West Virginia, is hero now, and will enter school. Tho two sisters of Attorney Denton, who aro teaching school nt McRoberts wero in town Saturday. Rev. Renkin prcarhed at llio Methodist Church, of Whitesburg Sunday evening Dr. Powell and Dr. Thompson of Louisvillo will preaoh here Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Tho score of tho MARKETS baso-ba- ll game between Flemming CINCINNATI yesnnd Whitesburg played hero Corn No. 1 whlto 83c, No, 2 whlu" terday stood four to six in favor of 82Hi83c. No. 3 whlto fc2082V4c, No Flemming There will ho a basket- 4 white 81081 He. No. 1 yellow 810 No. 1 82 He, ball gamo between tho High School yollow No. 2 yellow 8O4j0 81c, 79V40 SO08OV4c, No. 4 yellow and town Saturday, September 19, SOc, No. 1 mixed 81 (j 81 He, No. 2 mi Whitesburg. d 8O081c, No. 3 mixed SO&081C, No. 4 mixed 8O08O.c, white ear 850 86c. yellow ear 850 SCc, mixed ear 84 THE HEALTH MASTER 85c. (Continued from pago 1) Hay No. 1 timothy $18. No. 2 tim3 timothy to drink and is used only for flro othy 1 $16.75016, No.$17.50, No. 2 $13.50. clovei No. clover mixed to flood into tho mains mixed $15315.50, No. 1 clover $17.21 pressure, carrying tho drinking supply." 017.60. No. 2 clover $15.25015.50. Oats No. 2 whlto 50c, standard "Then why didn't tho wholo city 49W06Oc, No. 3 white 49Q49ttc, No. gel typhoid?" asked Mr. Clydo. 4 white 4814049c, No. 2 mixed 50c, "Because only a part of tho sys- No. 3 mixed 49ic, No. 4 mixed 4SH& Wheat No. 2 red $1.1301.15, No. 3 tem was Hooded by tho river water. "Our river water is always bad, red $1.1101.12, No.4 4 red $1.0801.09 Poultry Hons, lbs and over, isn't it?" said Mr. Clydo. Last sum- 15V4e; over 3 lbs, 14Hc; 3 lbs nnd mer I had to keep Charley away under, 13c; roonteri. 9hc; springers, becnuso tho 1V4 lbs and over, 15c; under VA lb, from swimming-scholank is filled from tho river, and two 15; young spring duckii, 4 lbs and ovor, 14; spring ducks (over 3 lbs), 13c; children got typhoid from swallow- ducks, white, under 3 lbs, 100 12c; , ing somo of it." 10c; turkeys, touu, IGVii turkeys, 9 lbs and over, lfiVJc. "All foolishness, I say," announcEggs firsts SCc, ed tho grandmother. "Belter let 'om ordinary Primn 20c, seconds firsts 24 He, 18c. firsts leant to swim." Cattlo Shippers $7.6508.50. oxtra "Cant you swim nt all?" nsked $8.6009; butcher steers, extra $8, good to choice $7.2507,90, common to fair d. Dr. Strong, turning to tho $5.5007; heifers, extra $7.7508, good to cholro $7.2507.65, common to fair "I went flvo strokes onco," said $4.7507.50; cows, extra $6.5006.76, good to choice $5.5006.40, common to Charley. "Hum-m-Any other swimming-scho- ol fair $3.75 0 5.25. Bulla Bologna $5.8506.10, extra near by?" $6.60, fat bulls $6.6007. "No," Calves Easy to 25a lower. Extra "And aro tho children about water $11.50, fair to Rood $7.75011.25, comat all?" Dr. Strong asked tho mother. mon and large $6.76010.75. ol soven-ycar-ol- "Isn't filtered water good?" asked Manny. "They have it at tho gymnasium." "No house Alter is absolutely sure. There's just ono way to gel a guarantccahlc waler: distill 11. But I think you can safely uso tho city supply." "What next, the waler problem being cleared up?" asked Mr. Clyde. "By no means cleared up. Assuming thai you aro reasonably safeguarded at home, you're just as likely yes, even moro likely lo pick up typhoid somowhero else." "Why moro likely?" "For some mysterious reason a man accustomed lo a good water supply is tho easiest victim lo n bad. Pittsburg, for many years tho most notorious of Americnn cities for filthy drinking, is a case in point. Some one pointed out that when Pittsburg was prosperous, and wages high, tho typhoid rale went up; and when times were ban), it went dnwii. Dr. Mnlson, of tho Health Bureau, cleared up that point, by showing that tho increaso in Pittsburg's favorite disease was mainly among tho newcomers who .flocked to the city when the mills wcro running full time, to fill llio demand for labor. An old resident might escape, a now ono might hardly hopo to. Dr. Matson made tho interesting suggestion that perhaps thoso who drank the diluted sewage for that is what the river water was right along, came, in time, to a sort of immunity; whereas tho newcomer was defenseless before tho bacilli." "Then a man, in traveling, ought lo know thu water supply of every oily be goes to. How is he lo find out?" "In your case, Mr. Clyde, bo's to find out from his Chineso doctor," said the other smiling. "I'm collecting data from stato and city health boards, on (hat and other points. po Berea Trained Teachers Satisfy Parents and Pupils