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BOWMAN, AMhUM Mmm MtUertd ol U Pott-efl- a Ha at Bma, A'v., iu wermrf witt-mate- iDe-vote- d The Citizen DEHEA, MADISON COUNTY, "KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER 21, 101 1. to t!h.e Interests of tlie JOTXTLtalri People One Dollar a Year. Knowledge is power and tho way to keep up with modern knowledge ia to read a good nowjpapcr. Vol. XVI. Fivo Cents a Copy. No. 13. Association Meetings This is the period in which the Association of churches are meeting all through the mountains. It is a little like the Passover or the Feast of the Tabernacles among the Jews. People go up to some central place from all the bounds of the Association. Friends meet who have not seen each other since Inst summer. Housewives display .their skill in cookery and their charm in entertaining guests. The young folks see each other and visit along the road as they 'go and come and the little children have an excitement that sets their hearts aquiver. The business of the Association is quite simple but important. There is a roll call of the churches and reports of the activities of each. Little sums of money are made up and preachers for the next year dtdy elected. This business would be much better done if we were not all so strange and awkward about it. If the Association should meet three or four times a year, we should know how to do our business better. But the great thing is the singing and the preaching. Some busy housewives and some careless sinners hardly get the benefit of these things at all but those who sit to the front and sing and listen, get revelations and inspirations new light and rekindled Iovl that reward them at the hour and give strength and courage for the year ahead. Toil on, O faithful preachers; pray on, O Christian fathers and mothers; expect great things, ye Sunday School workers, for God reigns and cares for all his churches! UNITED STATES NEWS IN Fulfills Wish of Mrs. Wilson Mrs. Wnshlngtogn, Sept. 11. Woodrow Wilson's dying wish that Congress aholish tho alley slums in tho National capital was fulfilled today when tho Houso passed tho Scnnto hill which prohibits tho uso of dwelling homes in Washington alleys after four years from tho (Into of tho legislation. Tho hill now goes to tho President for his signature. A few hours before Mrs. Wilson died she told tho President that slio could "go awny" happier if sho knew tbo alley slums would ho wiped out. Word was sent to tho Capitol, and tho Houso District Committee, promptly reported a bill enr-ryin largo appropriation to clear the slums. Tho Houso did not pass tho mcasuro as reported because of constitutional objections. Tho Senate however, passed nnothcr bill, carrying out an old net providing for abolition of tbo slums, but putting the timo limit from eight to four years. Tho Houso accepted this as a substitute, acceptable to the White House, and it will become law. Lexington Herald. ng OOF! OWN STATE Farmer Boys Gov. McCreary Names Home Teaching. Every family can alTord to starve itself in order that one son or daughter can get a bit of education at some good school away from home. But at the same time, it is true that the very best education of all can be given by any wise father or mother in their own home. Parents do not talk enough with their children they do not tell enough about their own plans and principles, the reason of their doing this or that, and do not teach them carefully all the things they themselves know. The mother may be a good cook, dressmaker, weaver or gardener and yet let her girls be ignorant of these beautiful arts. The father may be a care-takfor stock and fruit and forests and yet not teach skill and industry to his boys. Above all, it is important that fathers and mothers should realize the desires and temptations of their children. There is one set of desires and temptations for those who are still ungrown and quite a different set for those who are coming into manhood or womanhood. It takes the parent, the teacher and the preacher to make good men and women but the first and greatest is the parent. er er REV. D. W. BROWN New Pattor M. E. Church Barea, Ky. CONTENTS THIS WEEK PAGE Association Teaching'. U. S. Pres. Frost's Sermon. Nows. Ky. Nowb. World War News. Terse Telegrams. 1. Editorials: Mooting; Homo PAGE 2. Pres. Frost's Sermon, continued. Antwerp Feels Full Security. S. S. Lesson. 3. Mouutnin Agriculture. letter Plans for Next Year. from Prof. Montgomery. Farm Facjs. Work on the Meridian Road. Ilriok Built Roads. PAQE IV" PAOE 4. Locals. PAGE S. Advertisements. PAGE 6. Tho Land of Broken Promises. Collegu Nuws. U. 8. News. Ises. College News. U. S. Nows, continued. PAGE 7. Iu tho Homo. Children's in War Germany Column. Timo. Old Cathedral Destroyed. PAQE 8. E. Ky. Nows. Letter from Mr. Davison. Bong, Jewels, Progress of Allies. We are sorry to lenve out "Tho The latest official report Is extraorHealth Master" this week on acdinarily brief, but holds subdued op count of lack of space. So many timism within its guarded phrases aro interested in this valuable story the hint that the allies are breaking and teaching; hut don't forget next through the German center. Tho de (week it will como out 0. K. tails accepted by a public which baa perfect confidence In the conservatism President Frost's sermon you will and truth of its government, point dishe glad to read. Fathers and mot titinctly to progress in the allies' enlers al home will have glad hearts deavor to cut off General Von Kluk's .when they know what good things army. At the extreme left and in the itheir children have the privilego of center the allies have advanced their hearing at Dcrea. lines farther than ever before. At Ithelms the Germans have recoiled after the fiercest of Infantry attacks and are maintaining the bombardment or ONE HUNDRED SPEAKERS TO the city. Eastward to the ridge of tho Argonne, they appear to have been STUMP THE STATE AGAINST pressed backward. There Ib no defi ILLITERACY Berea Sets a Great Goal for Its Students Tho list of ono hundred speakers, nite news from the Vosges and Lor Sermon by President Frost, United Chapel, Sept. 20 to speak in various sections of Ken raine. Paris and all France understands that would be lucky in tho causo of stamping out premature. shouts of victory most posiAn enormous nudienco greeted cultivate; wiiat kind of rules wo I)ut thero Is the Illiteracy beforo tho next census i3 tive feeling that the government bulPres. Frost on Sunday night, the obsorve; what kind of company wo students being nearly as numerous keep. It will mako us stronger, they taken, is being made by tho Ken letins contain more than meets the as in tho crowded winter term, and say, to throw oursolvcs iito tho lucky Illiteracy Commission at eye. Excluding all details, It Is certain tho oitizens completely filling tho midst of temptation, to go to tho Frankfort, and is almost completed, that the Germans, with fresh troops space reserved for them. Ho said in very brink of sin and then turn This will Include somo of tho Stato and new artillery, havo not been able part: hack. That was not Christ's phil oflloials, and men and women prom- to maintain an' offensive movement beinent in educational circles of tho gun Three Texts osophy. Ho knew that wo would several days ago at critical points I havo thought that a visit would ho strong enough, that wo would Stato. of the battle line Noyon, Craonne, ho moro prolltablo than a formal ser- havo struggling enough against OLLIE JAMES INTERESTED IN Ithelms and the plains of Chalons. Their utmost power has been endured mon tonight, but I will givo two or temptation, if wo fought it at a dis MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS and repulsed by the forces under Genthreo texts to begin with. Ono of tance, and ho has taught us to pray, M. James benalor Ohio offors, them is from the Scripture wo read and o'f courso If wo aro to pray, wo through tho Kentucky Illiteracy eral Joffre. Battle For Keypolnta. on Saturday tho prayer of young aro to plan, to keep at a dlstanco Commission, a prizo of fifty dollars Solomon, "(live mo wisdom that I from temptation. The perspective of the nine davit' to tho teacher who teaches tho best may discern between good and bad." Then tho third text hero is this moonlight school this year, tho Mil fighting reveals that In a series of batWhen a person begins to doslro wis verso that Brother Itaino read auout eracy Commission to Judgo it from tles for keypolnts, where heights and Intrenchments were taken and retlom wisdom to discern betweon tho raco. There is tho enumeration tho results: number enrolled, aver taken, the Germans wero forced even good and bad it shows that ho has of peoplo who havo struggled and ago attendance, Illiterates taught and tually to surrender trround. Thprn u discovered tho differenco between suffered, and who aro now sitting general Interest. This will bo a ro the further Indication that the alllea good and bad and that be is no long- on tho bank to look down on tho ath- ward and an honor for somo teacher. armies are fighting with growlnc con. er a child. Hut it is to ho feared that letic field, sitting on tho great cir Let somo ono in our county start a fldence In their ability to carry the war somo peoplo never get boyond the cles of spectators seats to watch moonlight school Into German territory. Tho dash and and win it. childish age, and never do really the runner. And tho writer said, Initiative gained In the battle of the Marne has begun to tell in the battle know tho dlfforenco between good seeing them, see"Wliorofore, and bad, and novcr do feel vory ing wo aro compassed Prof. Montgomery's letter will of the Alsne. about Tho anxious to bo ablo to pick out tho by so great a crowd of interest his many farmer friends vances significance of the detailed ail. witby the allied troops Is sumgood and to discard tho bad! nesses, let us lay asldo every (with whom ho labored tho last two marized by military critics. Every adAnother text that may help us woight." Those weights were not years. Follow his wiso advico and vance made tends to tonight is from tho familiar words necessarily sin, becauso ho goes you will prospor. Keep his ciuos- - the safety of General further Imperil Von Kluk and that Christ put into tho Lord's pray on to say, "and tho sin, which doth Itlons in mind. the whole German right wing. By er, which wo repeat so often "Lead so easily bnset us." You will find Miss Roberts' Euro lalnlng the helchts of Lasalenv. th us not into temptation." That sots "Lay asldo every woight." Per- pean letter to her parents, Dr. and endeavor to flank Von Kluk goes for beforo us Christ's philosophy of vlo- - haps that Is my main toxt tonight. sirs. Roberts, very full of Interesting ward. Meanwhile at Solssons, now : bombarded by the Germans. th tory In tho world. A great many Wo all lovo to sco a raco. Ith lugs. allies are holding fast Simultaneous peoplo think that It makes no dlf Ho you get all tliese irood thind A Race Must Have a Goal ly northeast of Ithelms, the allies have forenco what kind of surroundings Hut in a raco, everything depends in any other paper than Tho Cltl- - gained ground. The effect of this so- wo havo; what kind of habits wo Men? (Continued on ptf Two.) . .... nf nrwritlnm ! in n p.nw IUO I .. angle in which the alllea are endear to Represent State at Corn Convention Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 11. Tho fol lowing Is n partial list of farmer hoys to represent Kentucky at tho corn convention to ho held at tho Panama-Paolllo Exposition, San Francisco, August 5 and 0, 1015, un der tho auspices of tho National Top Notch Farmers' Club. Hrealhill Logan Dcaton, Scott Johnson, Crockettsvllle; Jas. Hamp Ion, Simpson. Garrard Robert Parsons, Paint Lick; Holman Duncan, Ducna Vlstn; Tom Ballard, Carlersville. Jackson Coleman Reynolds, W, W. Reynolds, Tyncr. Laurel Dillard Blair, MoWhort- er; Tilford Bowling, Tultlo; Ford Cnsteel, Weaver. Leslie Henry Johnson, Shoal; Walker Langdon, Glenn; Joo Mur rel, Dry Hill. Madison George Bowman, John James, George Pigg, JJerea. Owsley Cecil Brandenburg, Boonevillo; Floyd Frost, Cow Crock; Ezekiel Gilbert, Sebastian. Perry Anderson Bowling, Levi Mcintosh, John Wooten, Buckhorn Pulaski H. L. Donegan, Shaflor "PORK" BILL IS REDUCED Taylor Mcflahan, Somerset, James Senate Orders $33,003,000 Lopped Off Saunders, nronslon. Rockcastle Ted Chandler, Carroll Appropriations. Washington, Sept. 22. The river lllolmann, Broadhead; Guy Mahan, and harbor "pork barrel" bill was re- Hiall. committed to the commerce commitCONGRESSMAN HARVEY HELM IK tee of tho senate last nlfilit with In THE FIGHT AGAINST ILLITstructlons to the committee to cut the ERACY total of appropriations from J.I.I.OOU,. Congressman Harvey Helm writes 000 to a sum not exceeding $20,000,060. The motion prevailed by a vote of 27 tho Kentucky Illiteracy Commis sion, at Frankfort, expressing Inter to 22. est in the campaign which has been ANTI-TRUBILL IS HELD UP inaugurated against illiteracy, and volunteers his services. Congress Filibuster Against Conference Report man Helm is Chairman of tho Con Is Threatened. sus Committee in tho Houso of RepWashington. Sept. 22. There Is a resentatives, and can aid tho move row In the conference committee or ment much at Washinglon as well the senate and house which Ih consid- as in Kentucky. Ho will bo asked I ering the Clayton t . and to mako speeches in Kentucky in a filibuster aciilnst the conference' favor of eradicating speedily its il la threatened. While tho bill Is practically completed, cvrr) thing that literacy. has been asreed to Is hut tentatlie. SOCIAL CENTERS Chairman Culberson of the conference Tho crying need of rural Ken- committee said that the committee Is lucky is social centers where our not now able to report the bill, and It young people can bo entertained, might be several days before an agreeamused ami instructed under tho ment finally would be reached. direction of cultured, clean and competent leadership, where aes Slayer Pleaded Guilty. h Ihetic surrounding's stir tho love Sullivan, hid.. Sent. 22, years old. of Hyme-ra- , for tho beautiful; where art charges Jones, forty-nine- , charged with the murder of a neigh- the atmosphere with inspiration bor, James Andrews, last month at and power, and innocent amuse tlymero, carao Into the circuit court. ments instruct and brighten their pleaded guilty to a charge of murder lives. In the second degree and was senTo hold our young peoplo on tho tenced to the state prison for life. farm wo must make farm life moro attractive, as well as tho business Death of Adam Helmberger. Tho New Albany, Ind., Sept. 22. Anam of farming moro remunerative. Helmberger, president of the board ol school house should ho tho social trustees of tho Central hospital for the unit, properly equipped for nourishInsane at Indianapolis, Is dead of ing and building character, so that Mright'8 disease at his home after cn tho lives of our peoplo can properly Illness of one year. function around it and hecomo sup (Continued on pare Sli) plied with tho necessary elements of human thought and activity. ST nntl-trns1 re-lo.lo-ep- TO GARRY WAR INTO GERMANY Evident Intention of PRINCE AUGUST Fourth Son of tho Kattcr Wounded In Fierce Battle. Allies. INVADERS GIVING WAY Front (II Alone Giant Battle Germans Fall Back. DEFENSE GOING TO PIECES This Is the View Taken French Observers. By the Paris, Sept. 22. Unless all signs fall, the beginning, of the German retreat from Paris Is In sight. The government reports coincide with the opinion of military critics, that all along the line the German resistance la crumbling before tho allies. The results of the nine days' battle of the Alsno placed General Von Kluk, commanding the German right wine, In peril of envelopment. Ilrltlsh and French have struggled forward at awful cost to the heights, thus enJanger-lnthe extreme. German right. East of Ithelms, in the center of the battle, the allies are breaching the German line and have driven the Germans from strong positions. The emperor's troops are receding on the plains of Chalons, stubbornly fighting g WAR TALK AROUSES CREW TO SAVAGERY Remarkable Incident Reported Madrid, From Madrid, Sept. 22. Many of the 1,200 passengers of the steamship Infanta Isabel, which was In Cadiz on Sept. 18, say that they were aboard tho steamship Rlucher on Sept. 8, when in the port of Pernambuco a discussion of the war was started between the pas sengers and crew. The latter were o'l Germans and they became violently angry. They attacked the French, Spanish and Portuguese passengers with axes, knives and revolvers, while the engine room staff squirted boiling water on them. Many passengers Jumped overboard through fright. One hundred and fifty passengers had been killed before the local authorities sent soldiers aboard and stopped the carnage. The Spanish and Portuguese consuls afterward arranged to transship 450 of their nationalities to the Infanta, Isabel. Twenty-seveof these were seriously wounded. Many of the others had been robbed of their 'money and baggage. The Indignation against the Germans has increased here by a report that five Spaniards living in Liege wero murdered when the Germans took that city. n but constantly driven. The retreat In the center adds to the danger of Von Kink's army and Indicates the neccs elty for a general withdrawal to a now lien of defense, probably Belgium. Inclement weather have Blackened the battle fury at the eas of the line, where the Grand Ouke of Wurttemberg and the Crown Prince Frederick William aro struggling to Ilaln and hold positions. In a final effort to break the VerJun line of fortifications and let German troops through, the crown prince, heavily reinforced, Is reported to bo massing an attack against the Verdun fortresses. TERSE h TELEGRAMS "Lay Aside Every Weight" kaiser protesting against the ruthless destruction of the cathedral at Hhelms. The Ottoman government is partially demobilizing its troops and la reported to be withdrawing them from along the border. The porte has Issued nn order that no vessel can pass the Dardanelles unless a Turkish officer and six Turkish soldiers are aboard. The French foreign office has forwarded to neutral governments a protest against the German bombardment of the cathedral of Ithelms. The United States revenue cutter Tnhoma Is fast on a reef and In serious danger, ninety miles west of Kls-k- a Island, of the Aleutian chain. Winston Churchill, first lord of the Ilrltlsh admiralty, addressing a crowd at a recruiting meeting In Liverpool, retlerated hfs appeal for a million men. A Paris newspaper prints a story to the effect that the king of tho ISolglans shot and killed his chauffeur, who had tried to drive him into the German lines. General Dlmitrleff, the Bulgarian minister at Petrograd, who resigned from the diplomatic corps to Join the Russian .field forces, was fatally wounded In the lighting at Tomaszow. There is widespread Indignation at Rome over the destruction of tho The ninety-fourtIndiana Yearly Meeting of Friends is In session at Richmond. It is reported that Charles P. Taft has sold tho Chicago National League club to Mrs. Hetty Green. The pope has sent a dispatch to the Ithelms cathedral, and the Internation al Art association has called a meeting of its members with a view to demanding tho resignation of all the Germans in the association. The administration war revenue bill will come up for debate in the house Thursday and will be passed before adjournment on Friday. The bill will then ico to the senate, where It will be made the subject of a bitter and somo. be-ins- ' what protracted debate. Berea is Opem- - Students-- A Good Place for YOU! Pago Two. THK CITIZEN Fcplrmber 24, 10U. fulness in all llio homes find hearts want to tako you In as full partners; bad habits. You know it is easier people consiucramy moro and so I am going lo run over a row to kill a wolf than to nut a collar lliis region. ,,f Borea's special nrinolnlcs. a few on his neckl family ntwrtpapsr for all that It Tight, Ihan four mllllon-- of And tho material wclfaro means tho of llio conditions of your raco horo true and Interesting. Tho fifth prlnclplo Is that roads and farms and firesides, and n Berea not all tho most imnorl- must be avoided. That was IMblUtm! tvtry ThiirxUy l Ptim, Kr. iruit orchards ami mines, ami stiops nnl ones, but those, perhaps, thai llio leaching of Christ and it Is BEREA PUBLISHING CO. and all those things which givo aro. most important at llio outset.! under Ihls head that somo of our (Inrorpnrnlvri) bread and clothing, money and sup- - Thoro nro oilier Important things 'most peculiar rules como in. Hero WM. G. FROST, Edllof porl to Ihc people so that thoy may that i must omit altogether, hut lire the Proprieties of Conductl Wo Utile Fear of Threatened At C II. WERTENBERCER, Miin Editor enjoy tholr homes, churches, and hero aro soven principles which any that young men and young F. O. BOWMAN, Mnat ( and music and education, every young man and vounir woman men mini mil nuni in vin in m.v (T!y R. O. HKI.t.Kllfl. Director Rundar tack, Subscription Ratos Hrhool Course, Moody Jllble Institute. and religion and their work in Ihc'oughl lo mako account of when they private place. Now, Ihal Is not a rAVAlll.lt IN AUVAKClt Chicago.) One Yur Ji.oo nation and in tho world for God, first como lo Borca. slander upon our young people. A Wlr Month! Almlghlyl t TJir Month IS many of our young pcoplo ftit-aSovon Principles PROTECTEO BY THE SWAMPS - lesson for September 27 fii'idit meet lo visit in private nlaccs That's Youl or KxpitM Money 8nd money by Ordtr. Drift, KtrUttml letter, or one nnd two Tho first Is, Man must llvo by' mid It would be Innocent nnd all REVIEW. Now, Berca you can see, has lis mil ftAinp. After Thai's what ho has a mind right. But it would bo a linbililv. Continued Rain Have The dale yuur name on label how to shoulders under n big task. II is. rule. Rendered the your ulcriptlon l mld If It In not what date J:ll-:l- . mCADINC! I.KflHON-Jol- in r. if lie docs not llvo by rulo ho.it would bo lo some a temptation, ehanerd within three weeka after renewal to promote these things by select-- 1 Country In the Region of Delglum'a OOI.OKN TKXT- -I coma qulrklyj hoM notify im. lives by chauco or by Impulso Hko if WOro permitted as it Is In somo lug individuals to cducatc-you- ng Hist which thou hast, that no on fnat Mia.m number will le gladly supplied If Temporary Capital Impassable For takn thy crown, It' v. lilt. nu mimai. iow, wo nave to navo pineos, 11 would ho certain Hint In are iibed. people of character and proiuh-e- l Liberal term irlven to any who obtain new Siege Guns, and Confidence la Ex , Some aro rules of morality, courso of a year, a great deal in.cripuoni iot m. Any one temnnff notour Thai's YOUI That's why wo havo,ni". Tho lessons of the first quarter ot can pressed That the Threatened Attack, fearlf aubvriptiona year. receive The Cittren free invited people of character. Cliar-i01so'e arc rules of convenience. f ,,Vil would happen. And so hirar nimn ior one this ycnr'H cycle chiefly present Jesus Would Prove Futile. Unless wo live by rule, wo can nov- - f,i,.a,i 0f saying there shall not bo AdrertHng rate on application. nder means will; character moans as the great teacher, Thoso of tho tell what llio other fellow Is go- -, immorality, we say thero shall not MRMSKR principle; character means aspira- OF Amsterdam, Sept. 22. Tho peoplo second quarter principally concern tho do. If two men meet on tho w die conditions In which lliero of I.lfgo havo been told by tho Ger- aspect of bis savlorhooil, whereas durlions; character means devotion; '"K optional whether ono would be temptation. We will floht mans to move out of tho town. Tho ing this present quarter wo seo him 's Andlrontl character means patriotism. thero is a bigger thing almost than should turn lo tho right or left ho against tho liability and not have to Germans nro Intrenching mnny of the mainly as thn great Judge. These lespositions which thoy hold on their ad sons havo dealt with matter which characlerj-thafsproinlso charact- - I'Kist turn to tho right; and if ho floht against tho thing itself! er that is going to improve, will that 'turns to tho left nnd thero Is a col-- 1 aih! so, with our rule against vance, nnd It Is believed that these occurred during tho Inst months, wo works nre In preparation for tlm with. may almost say tho Inst weeks, of hU 's to blame. In England ,,,jK,t prowling. is good now but is going to bo, Us'0". That U nothing I KKNTDCKY to Hie left. It was just acain.H our young men. Most of tho! drawn of the German forces operating Ufa, During that "year of opposition" ASSOCIATION. stiffened up still more; principles " lo turn In Frnnco. ho Ih met with the most determined that are good now, but aro going ns good to turn to the right, only we young men aro as good by night as Ncvertho-les- s hostility nnd persecution. No Whiskey Advertisements! must obey the rulo whichever way by day, but after all, the greater por- to bo enlarged and pcrfcclcd Antwerp, Sept. 22. There Is n srow ho proceeds against It nil with No Immodest News Itomsl n is i ami men, mere is mo ncccs- - 0n of s n s t ono in llio nlchl. I IriK belief heru that tho Germans nro calm assurance, In strict Justlco nnd PIIOMISEI prepiirltiR to retreat from tho Alino without a shadow of faltering. Then "thorough Christian educa- - s'ly or rules for llio sake of under- - i,nvo seen Innocent men In mir "LAY ASIDE EVERY WEIGHT' This reading lessou contains thn lion." Let's dwell a moment on tho standing. I know a famous school f..i ninilo diseased hv llm ne of for a further determined stand In He! most celebrated nnd familiar verse In (Continued from pago i) kinds of education. It is wondcrfull Hial once set out and advertised inwels in our dormitories that had gltim. nlrendy the blblu. In It wo soo; In mMltlon upon tho goal, and tho prize. What There is no other school which has l""' l"c' "ad no rules. In the first j,,,,.,, infected by boys who had been prepared, tho to fortifications Hermans are establish' A mlKhty Oo.t-"I- "or Oo.P ueumun, iiecmiso mcy if nt night to places of infamy. Now, Inp n " First, wo strip for, and lay so many Kinds as Uereal is it that " A mlvlity motive "Ho lovnj" hue" lino of Intrenohiiivnts asido weights and run? Now, Berca the Elementary; that is tho most."1"' to have a particular dale lo ,,al doesn't happen often, but wo which run through Mons to n point A mighty scot "Tlw world" Wo call it lhc,slari, a particuir time for meals, a don't want it to happen at all, nnd near Valenoienuos. Thuy bavo erect A mlclily sacrince "Bo gitv Ills only bo- Collego sets beforo you a goal. Life important of all. Kottrn Son" r ed a line ot fortifications A mlKhty esraie "Not rTl'h" is a raco and Collego life is n pre Foundation. Wo cannot afford lo particular time for classes, a S'8- - o vh nrrniurn In nvnid II. of marks and grades, and did IU,ro-- s linunaiy race. What do they call leave this Foundation education to tll0 ,nn((pr of our fori,i,-nn- v to tho north of Ilrtissels nnd Ixjuvaln A mighty gift "Kternal life" Wo here seo Jesus set forth In grnco teachers less informed or less havo a mass of regulations that wcro dintr sltidonls In onior pnHmr houses. Heavy siege guns are being mounted It beforo you como to the finals; upon these fortifications and troops and while It doe not declare that bo it's a trial race, it's preparation, equipped than thoso that we gather said to bo three times as great as 'nK.,0 iav bo good eating houses aro arriving In large numbers from came to judge, yet. In thn passage nro here. And then tho Industrial, in tho colleges that did publish their v,0,r Tavern Is a good rating house Oerninny every day. it's training, it's a picture, it's set forth thoso principles upon which "lies. But still, the students could for one. lint wo lmvn fniiml Mint it's n part of tho great sometimes called iho Vocational: Sncti preparations nro not necessary ho Is constantly tlm judge, and whuro- t And out what they could expect WK, students flock lo these race! Your friends havo sent you sometimes called Manual Liibor or for use ngnlnst the comparatively by bo will eventually net In thu last Training. Tho word Man- - of ' teachers or what tho teachers lm? 10I1SOS evils aro sure lo follow, small forces of Ilelglum troops, be and final judgment. here. You have broken away from expected of them, and so the stud- - 0no ot tne oreatest causes of 11- causo the two, possibly three, German other engagements and fought your ual camo from the Latin wprd God's Right Vnn Itnnw Hint OUlS got tOgetllOr and made S0II10 h.ilih U ntlnrt way hero to receive our blessing monninir n hnnil. m,l. n,,i army corps In Helr.lum have been ad- - In the first lesson, that of the labor equate to keep the Belgians In check. ers. Jesus taught his disciples j "lies so that they could livo an or- - i)(,4j(es and our instruction, and our bene the physiologists or a trained phy- mal, at these citing houses tho kor The new diction and our Godspeed on this sician can cut into the head of a dorly Hfo and know what to ox- - (hero aro alwavs Ihc liabilities of ex- - designed defenses, therefore, must lie crelgnty of God. God has a right to to protect n new retreat ls necessary in tno na- - iravnganro and bad company. Wo do as senmeth best to himself. In this raco course, and it is too bad that dead man and tell whether ho was "ccl ao An Attack on Antwerp. parable w sen tho truo motive In serv Every l,irc 01 ",,nss uiai man must livo cannot discriminate, and so wo artf or wo cannot tell you in a mlnuto all right-hand- ed It appears, also, that the Germans ice, vli, Ildellty nnd not for hope of of skill that man puts into obliged to say for tho sake of safely. ru'. the things that you ought to know piece are about to begin their attempt lo reward. Jesus thus prepared the way .ow, lliero is another thing: rules "keep away from thoso sinister I am ins lingers makes a change In lns in your new surroundings. for his denunciation and judgment, of Inlto Antwerp. .Military Thero aro many people in increase with crowds and big un- - abilities." We provide irood food. Wo that tho kaiser plans to opinion la the ruler. tho older students will certain that storm the bo with me in giving this night our day who think that no educa- - dertaklngs. Now, I feel a great deal have an ico plant and a dairy nnd all forts nt nny cost, but there Is perfect Lesion two, which deals with tho especially to those who are hero for lion is complete unless it has to of sympathy for thoso of you who these things. Wo nronoso lo nro- - confidence that the attempt will fall disciple nnd tho tho first or second time, new in do with the education partly of the como from your homes. You had, vide amusement and board for our Unusually heavy rains nre flooding the Savior, I Intended to teach body llio music, the marching of a great many rules there, but you students just as much as we nrovldo country and will greatly handicap tho that thero Is but ono path to truo and tho race. movements of such heavy guns as the lasting greatness, nnd that Is tho path What is the goal that Berea Col- gymnastics, the skill of the hands, have gotten used to them, and you rla imtrurlion. Germans leend upon. A great part or sacrlllcit and service. lego sets? It would lake a long and tho leaching of Iho hand and .como hero and meet a good Cubs and YU WlU not Hav8 t0 of Ilolglum Is a veritable swamp, and Tho story of Jlnrtlmneus, lesson time to tell you about Berea College, the eye to follow the dictates of tho new rules. I am sorry there havo'1"" general military operations aro regard three. Is a beautiful and touching ex I to lie so many, but still, thero aro Kill Wolves! Hero is the Constitution. It's tho mind. blbltlon of hi activity of mercy even ed as Impossible. contract between tlio workers of And this is called vocational, a good many rules, and wo must all! Now. Students, what is the nrln- On account of the strength of the In the midst of the approaching tho early days and the workers of Vocation is tho Latin word for, bo about them. Let rinlo of all this? I Imd n brother German forces nnd positions In occir In the fourth lesson Is presented tho today, between llio donors and tho "call." It is a fine ideal Tho us understand that rules have to was once a farmer in Minnesota, pled territory, the Itelslan armies have parable of tho pound and the talents. trustees. It's their plan for the thought is that God has called every crease with crowds and big under-'an- d he told me about a neighbor been unable to maintain nny Import young people who como hero lo bo man and woman to somo particular takings. If you are going to ride on who came in and told him what ho ant offensive. They havo been sue. Hoth nro spoken to tho disciples nnd taught to be racers. The Preamble work. Tho farmer is to provide tho the railroad, you have to act differ- - had been dninir that clay. Ho said, cessfnl In preventing the Germnns both deal with their responsibilities to begins, "In order to promote tho food, Ihb miller is to grind lently than if you aro going to rido'"I havo been doinir a co'nd niecn of from sending at least two army corps himself In tho coming days. Our eterto the relief of their nrmlcs In France. nal reward depends upon our act and cause of Christ, etc. And tho the grain, the mill man is lo ianu-.i- n an ox cart. It don't make much work, but something I hated to do. ana they attitudes In the life that now I. have kept up n surles second Articlo gives tho object of facturo the wool and cotton into difference when you start with an I visited three wolves' dens and upon German communications, of raids Lesson llvo present Jesus a tho Thi' cloth, and so. on thru all tho occu- ox cart, uut u you aro going on a 'killed Iho rub. Thev are such in ,Ilelglan war ofllco has Issued a state- Slesslnh prophesied of In the Old TesBerea College: pations, each ono serves all his train that s going to make speed, it's; nocent littlo things anil look Hk ment thnt King Albert' troops have tament. It deals with the story of his The Coal of Berea coming Into Jerusalem. Kntorlng thus object of Berea College shall neighbors, and each ono is called of going to slart on the minute, and if. kittens! I haled to kill them!" Now suffered no hindrance In their "Tho of haVasklng tlm Germans. Tho In such a manner demands our attenGod with his skill, so that no ono you want lo have the benefit of that in prohibiting amusements outsido bo to promote tho aim set forth in disposition of the troops Is good nnd tion for It foreshadows the time of his llio Preamble (to promote tho in God's world works for himself speed, you havo got to conform to tho collego, and eating houses out- the morale Is excellent. Judicial activity with reference to tbe alono but for others. the rules of tho railroad. side tho college, and in prohibiting causo of Christ people and tho nation. primarily by connd then tho secondary: there is u is still more so with an .night powling, wo are killing cubs, Ana Tbo next five lesson may be said tributing to tho spiritual and maWORLD NEWS to deal with this ministry of judgment terial welfare of the mountain re- our Academy or high school work, army, in the war of 1870 Iho Gcr- - "innocent little things that look In lesson six we seo some of tha (Continued from pago 1) gion of tho South, affording to that which is beyond tho Founda man Iroops defeated tho French liko kittens," but if they grew up preparatory algna and teaching. Tho tion brandies and yet not up with iroops nccause llio Ucrman army they would bo wolves! young people of character oring to heril Von Kluk. If the ad blasting of the fig tree and and his cleansThen thero is tho nau moro rules. They had ovcrv-- i Another nrinrlnln wr boliovn in i vance can bo continued from promise, a thorough education, el- - tho College. Normal, tho training to train, the thing fixed and planned beforehand that hardship is a good teacher, anu irom Caroline, von Kluk I'tlguy ing of tho bouse of God aro both sym must re- bolical. loach ing to teach, something that and they swept up to Paris. In Iho, Behold (ho men who have como up treat or be enveloped. In the event of Lesson has barely begun to bo recognized, war between Japan and Russia, tho! thru hardship! Begin with Bonja- - the retreat of the German right wing. fall to bo seven teaches u that If wo faithful In tbo kingdom now a probability, tho whole Gorman It has always been supposed that if Japaneso wero successful becauso nun I ranklin, Horace Greeley, and .been entrusted to us It will line of defense goes to pieces. In tho which has bo a person knew a thing ho could their army had rules; rules for Abraham Lincoln! When a boy loav certainly taken from u. opinion of mllltnry writers, and all of teach it. But this is not so. Proba health, rules for transportation, os Berea. as some did last week, bo Lesson eight tho German armies must turn again In tbo marriage present tho parable of bly n man who knows tho art of rules for camping, rules for march- causo ho can not get n room elegant flight. feast In which Jesus unfold tho plan of God' Invitation and teaching will get on further than ing, and rules for fighting, all laid enough for him, ho does not care it human rejection In threo atagci. tho man who knows tho thing with out and followed to Iho dot, while much for education. Such are not SEVERAL THEORIES FOR IT God' Kinship. out knowing tho art of teaching, great unwieldy army of Russia llio people of character and promlso tho Tho ninth lesson I a political In. was helpless becauso thoro was no that Berea cares lo educalel French Unable to Understand Destruc- qulry which our Lord answered by A Chance for Everybody But in tho last place, seventh, wo setting forth all of tho Important itato Now, tion of Cathedral. theso aro tho things organization. I remember a dear young lady hclicvo that hardship is easy easy that tho institution is provid Paris, Sept. 22. Several theories relationship according to tho fundaand providing ing, with them from tho hills who went to Lexing for any great causo. I havo boon aro put fnrwnrd hero as to tho reason mental fact of tho kingship of God. uenacr unto Caesar the thing that tho opportunity for manual la ton. She camo to mo with tears in reading today of tho sacrifices (ho for tho bombardment of the Itholms nro Caesar's, and unto God tbo thing her eyes and told mo how angry and people aro making in Paris for (heir cathedral. Tho threo principal theor bor. That means that tho door ies aro: First, that Ibo Germans bopu inni no lioUs." No other answer of emenlary, Industrial, socondary, is lo bo opened to everybody. There offended she was when sho could cause, and other sacrifices pcoplo hi better reveal tho InOnlto wisdom, (Crintlnupil nn pag-- Seven) Normal and Collegiate, with oppor- is still in all this region, as in fact not pick a flower in Iho cemetery aro making in England for tholr bkiii anu tact of our Lord. tunities for manual labor as an as- in all tho world there is a good and said, "Can it bo wicked to pick causo; and they do it gladly. In lesson eleven, tho parable of tho might 1)0 sistance in self support." Now, hero at Berea wo have tho virgins, WA n rn ffnllvlit tin It.. T deal of tho arislocrallo Idea, tho idea a flower?" Yes, it can; it can bo Dwighl L. Mood, who was not a Jesus I coming again and wo Now, this Artlolo of our Constitumust that certain families havo all God's wrong even to pick a flower. And hardship of labor. Don't bo sorry tion ought to bo printed in big let favor, and othor familios aro to bo when I explained lo her that Ihoro J hat you havo to work. You havo givnl man naturally, said, "I am go watch and bo ready against that Immi ing to find out what God can do with nent event. This lesson also suggest ters on somo tablet wnero wo left out. But wo believe that God were 10,000 peoplo in Lexington, and llio hardship of economy; don't bo tbo responsibilities of his pcoplo durshould pass it and read it overy day gives a good outfit to overy well If each one should pick n flower sorry that you havo to save. Wo ono man who is thoroughly conseThe object of Berea Collego is "to horn, healthy child, and that out of lliero would not bo any flowers left, havo tho hardship of careful caro crated and thoroughly in earnest" ing his absence. Tho twelfth lesson la a prediction of And all tho Knglslh speaking promote tho causo of Christ" pri- tho smallest and humblest and sho began lo srnllo. Where, thero Hud planning of timo. careful enhrd people, and all tho roligious world, tho Judgment of tho nation and remarily by contributing lo llio spir furthest homo thero may como vir aro crowds and big undertakings. uig or conditions of good health. Wo veal tho way by which bo Is to begin itual and material wclfaro of tho luo and service for tho world. rules must increase. oaniiot any of us afford to bo sick. was boncflted by Dwlght L. Moody! the administration which will ensue V mountain region of tho South." On third prlnclplo is that habit Uonl bo sorry that you havo Now, my friends, wo cannot havo when tbat kingdom U established. Not Educated for Self Alone tho map behind mo between tho Thero Is Berca's goal. You will makes work true and easy. All thoso hardships. Tho only quos- - Boroa Collego what It ought to bo Thero I a kingdom prepared from tho' except with llio help of you who aro foundation of tho world two dark lines, is outlined this seo that Berca does not intend to grcal mon, succcssfuf men, havo had tion is, aro you working older students hero; help tho now eous and a punishment for tho rightprepared for mountain region 253 counties ox- - train anybody tpr himself alone. set of well established habils, ior a good causo? It is nn imnorstudents to understand these great tho devil and thoso who willfully tending from Harper's Ferry in Vir- You aro all like tho cadots at West Habits mako easy work and habits lant thing that you should help for principles, and to havo an ambition chooso to do hi will. Those who cast. . . . ginia to the iron hills of BirmingiI ..Iti Point who aro trained for service mako beautiful work. mo upiiii, oi iit glorious mountain meir lot with hi must go with him tins ham in llio Southwest, an area for their country. Or liko tho young And a fourth principle is that bad region! if you have that in your for Iholr country. Tho young poo to pond eternity. PI. of Boston are planning a belter larger than the Gorman empire, men at Annapolis. K Thoy nro im habits have to be killed. Can you oyc, all theso hardships will bo as Boslon-w- hat Boston is going to bo themselves not worthy, ana a region largely nllko in its proved, but they aro improved for Imlievo that? A great many people nothing. Now, I appeal to tho teach n 1010, and tho young peoplo of San . pcoplo and lis conditions of life and a purpose. And so Berea will The chief vnluo of theso i..nn. fall think ihal you must carry on a per ns ,1... i uro nero tonigiii, mat wo iii.ii its prospects. It is a region which, except as it makes you servants of petual war with bad habits. That'i teachers may bo ablo to mako you rancisco havo such plans. In ov- - Ing this quarter 1 in tho raninn ery part of tho country tho young which they glvo us wncn Berea began, did not know l tins great cause, except tho wo as it sets .If waym used..(o do with tho In- - young peoplo see what a goal you pcoplo aro rising up to belter things when our Lord made of the foct that . that last lournev eolf and was not known by othor you in a raco, not for yourself, uiuns. wo wouiu maKo a I Oh I on aro running parts of tho country as a great geo- - for this great goal to promolo but them, and wo would sufferraid raid mako you toward goal I If wo can nnd improving and briimlncr out tho to Jerusalem It was not to the death. a fco that tho If we can glories 'in tholr soctlon. Now, who ' of a v,cUm. one who was mastered by gapnical unit. material nnd spiritual wclfaro of from thorn, but by and by tho gov mako you seo tho difference belweon is going to do who could not ecape; all this in our Now, Berca's business is lo con- tho mountain region. ernment got tho idea of pushing tho n man uiul a woman that is rospect-ablo section, but YOU whom God Jfi." tribute to tho spiritual and mateiruians clear off into tholr resorva. We Hake You Partners and a man and a woman that reeled to bo Let's' rial wclfaro of this mountain reThis is enough for ono lesson. lion, drawing Iho lino and saying, is moro than respectable. Useful. work togothcr; such leaders? let's do our utmost . resolutely faced gion. Tho spiritual welfaro means Perhaps I had bolter sit down, hut lliero, stay on your own sido." And Independent, Equipped That's our Let us have a league of Christian of which he waaa passion bv m.m. accomnliskin iho schools, tho churohes, th. the I will run ovor a fow points. You Han thero was no moro war; tho lask.' God help mo and holp us all students and Christian teaohers and purpoiea of Qod and beyond tha dark. homos, tho music, (ho reading the, nro hero lo be moro than merclv Indians wcro in their place. that wo shall lot no young man or let Ood show what Ha can do with nes of which be saw the brlshtnaaa nt Joy, iho virtue, Iho repulo, Ihe use- - pleasaul and obedient students. Wo1 inow, wiih all tho lights with bad youiiK woman come nero without an institution that will be all for mHm10 victory ana glory for habils, tho best way ls to kill the I gelling some vision of what thoy Hint The Citizen or mo ANTWERP FEELS JmATIONAL A-- - ls, FULLJECURITYKSOI Lesson ...... ' "1 J nl , ico soml-clrriila- cat-Man- ual l,,.n 1- left-hand- good-natur- ed ho enm-palg- 1 - . i-l-SlS- ! '". ZVlJS fhlttt ?nr September 21, 1014. tr crnzHf FARM FACTS By Peter Radford Paa Three MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator PLANS FOR NEXT YEAR Kvcry fntner should bo planning for next year. The crops aro short this year throughout, tho united Staled Keep your corn, hay, potatoes, rye, wheal and si raw. Feed It to slock on your farm nnd sell tho slock. Fill all tho hcdllcks with new straw and halo tho rest. Use the straw for bedding your rows and horses this winter. Uy io doing so you will havo moro (o haul out on your garden and rom ilelds. rna-mi- nil n 10 by 20 ft. silo, which will tako three, or four ocros of good corn, and put your acrcngo in according ly. In Your Plans Don't Forgot the Garden Tho garden is ono of tho most Important means of culling down expenses and producing tho living of tho family on tho farm. Uso tho richest pieru of land nearest tho house, for this purpose. Prepare it wilh extra care and savo tho good wife of many hard digs. Apply manure liberally. Secure from your County Agent, your Agriculture College at Lexington, or tho United Stales Department of Agriculture, directions for tho making of a garden, mil only in the summer but early anil lain in the year. Now Is tho lima to begin your garden for next year. Men and boys, you liko early vegetables. Prcparo tho garden and I lie women will put tho vegetables on tho (ablo. More aiid Better Corn Get good seed corn, Select it while Follow the rules for in the Held. the selection of seed corn given In Ask tho Citizen two weeks ago. Produco Your Own Hay Row somo kind of cover crop tills fall, rye or oals. Sow clover and limnlhy In February or first sot March. Row cowpcas and soy beans in Iho Spring. Uso limo and grow cowpeas and clover for n few years Tho alfalfa then seed lo alfalfa. will give you three crops of hay Instead of ono each year. Ask your county ngent how lo prcparo land for alfalfa. Raise Moro Hogs and Chickens As a rulo our fanners havo too few ehiekens. Pay moro attention to them. With n little extra work they ran be produced cheaply, and enough of them will savo a meat P.vcrybody should plan to bill. raise a few head of hogs and Iho erops necessary to feed them. Your rnunty agent will help you In lilts direction, call on him. Savo your brood sows, anil hens and pullets. You cannot afford to sell any breeding slook. Market n part of your corn crop, your pea crop, your rye crop nnd your wheal crop through bogs and chickens. Gel (bo difficulties out of tho farmers' way nnd Iho fanners' prob lems will solvo thomsclvcs. Tho Increase In prices of farm products has not kept pneo wilh the Increased cost of living. The farmer can produco without organization, hut to successfully market bo must unite with his neighbor. Tho farmer Is tho dirccling head and operating band of his business. lie combines, directs and carries all responsibilities. The fanner cannot bo helped until ho organizes and tho government cannot help the farmer except through organization. The fanner sells at prices fixed in free trade markets and buys every tiling ho woars nnd uses In a high protective mnrkct. Tho vnluo of farm crops Is determined not only by tho amount of labor necessary to produco litem hut by having them on tho market when needed. KENTUCKY FARM STATISTICS I 1 AUT0I3T AND FARMER. koo1 rond mentis comfort niul plMsure for tho nutolst. It menus the same (lilmr for tho driver of n fnrm wngon, with much economy mlded. A t WORK ON THE MERIDIAN ROAD Over $500,000 Expended For Permanent Improvement! In 1913. According to n recent statement by President John C. Nicholson of the Meridlnn Ilond nssoclntlon, over $50V 00O wns expended for pcrmnnent lin provemcnts on the Meridian rond In 101.1, nnd In 1011 there will lie Kpont nt lenst nn equal nmotint. The Meridlnn Itond association was organized nt Hnllna, Knn., In June 1011, for the purpose "f establishing Fertilizer Cut down your fertilizer bills by saving all manure nnd by planting corn rrops, especially legumes. Ho very careful In buying your fertiliPurchaso only zer for next year. high grade materials of tho kind you need. Some kinds of fertilizing d. Do material, may be not use that kind unless you know your land needs u. urops turned under add fertility to Iho soil and save fertilizer bills. high-price- They Are Cheaper THcsi Macadam In It Didn't La it Long, as It Wat Spoiled the Long Run. by Another Vision. Two summers ago, says a writer In Ilefore the eyes of a lending London tho New York Sun. I heard a Connectyour county agent to help you raise stockbroker there appeared for n few icut state engineer who had served brief moments visions of fortune, fame a good crop next year. Figure how the stele for eighteen years declare and honor. He wns'slttlng In tils ofmany bushels you win need for that it was not the automobile that fice when the telephone bell rung. your own uso and add sonic to sell "Hello,'' he answered. destroyed the roads, but rather Imperor to feed some extra stock or to "Oh, Wank, is it not? KENTUCKY STATE INDEBTEDNESS fect construction. .Macadam roads have Why dothat is Mr. your cigar through you smoku Kentucky Slate Debt S 4,452,000 been proved most wasteful nnd mil a holder 1,028,000,000 National Debt lions of dollars' worth of them are In somo astonishment the broker put 12,000,000,000 World's Debt blown away by tho wind each year, his cigar dowu. Washington, D. C. Sept Tho Un(hiding lodgment under formers' prod"No, no. do not put it down, nnd if each wcl-eo- ited States Department of Commerco I have now been In Washington llvn great departments uce and in gardens. It Is not the first you do, find nn nsh trny for It." bright, ambitious youths nnd and Labor has just completed a reworking on records of three weeks cost of such roads that counts, but the This was so uncanny he shifted his farm operations in various parts of no boy or girl is prepared for lifo port giving tho indebtedness of tho upkeep. It Is now generally conceded chair slightly from the instrument. tho South. I am more than ever without completing ono or moro of different States of tho Union, tho "Do not move nway," continued tho that tho road of the future will be built of some hard material, such as voice, "and do not tug so impatiently convinced t lint Ilerea and vicinity is these courses. nation and the world. Tho datn vltrllled brlek or concrete. nt your mustache." Tho Agricultural Course is be contained in tho compilation re- an excellent locality in which to live Wayuo county, Mich., has constructDowii went his hand. coming moro nnd more popular .l( ,(( l(ic and bring up a family. 1913. Tho State yiar ed many miles of eoncreto road. I "Who on earth are yon?" shouted oung men who com debt of Kentucky is shown to bo There are three main reasons why every year, have examined many of these which the broker, "and how do you know Ilerea is a good place to live, and plele I lie two years courso aro (hid152,000 that year, compared with had been laid four years and find that posithe three together put Ilerea in a ing responsible and profitable $1,80:1,000 thirty years previous, they are most safe nnd durable. tions as rapidly as they graduate. which is an Increase of $2,589,000. elas by itself. like brick road, provides a non Some of these young men aro al- The per capita Slate debt of this In (lie first place, most of Iho soil slipping-- mmllcss and dustless surface, is good or can ho easily mado so. ready among the best farmers in Slate In UU.1 was $1.90, and CO cents tho Idenl condition. Cuyahoga county. O., in which Cleveland Is situated, is a Large areas of tho far famed blue (his region. in I8S0. At tho present limo about gras region aro now loss produc-li- e Tile increased (caching forco and 2 i per cent of the population of the Mrs. Nexttloor Is your son dolus good example of hrlck roads, and these are now being extended to suburban than much of our clay and laboratory facilities and Iho ac- t'nited States is in Kentucky and 1.3 well In college! towns connecting Akrou and Canton Mrs. Tungtwlst lie's Join tin mountain laud. Conditions there cumulating records from our ex- per cent of the total debt is cred They've chosen hlui valetudinarian of on the south and PnhicsvUlo ou the and here at Ilerea aro just reversed. periment Held nnd the opportunity ited to this State. east. These have proved' very satishis class. Chicago News. There the land was exceedingly fer- lo go out there nnd watch results factory. I have seen brick roads In tile to begin wilh and people think- make the course better than ever UNCLE SAM TEARS UP A RAIL Terro Haute and Anderson. I ml., that Superior Wisdom. ing their land would never grow before. ROAD havo been laid for over twenty years, and I believe that bard brick making tired fanned carelessly and they aro If it is impossible for any farmer Fori Smith, Arkansas IL is re has improved since that time. now suffering for il. Hut our II'- - hoy to take tho Iwo year course, he polled that Hie tracks of tho Ar It would seem then that if the cost ren soils were mostly infertilo nnd should by all means tako the special knnsns Southern Railway Company of brick or concrete was three or four recognized as so, nnd now our pco- - flmrt courso that lias been carefully aro to be taken up nnd sold for times higher than macadam construc plo are fully nwako to tho necessity planned for this fall nnd winter. It iron. The Federal Courl or tion the two former pavements would J of increasing fertility nnii aro rapid- - will be (lie lxst investment of time dered tho Receivers to discontinue no mucu cneaper. xne eternal (ligguif ly mastering Iho principles of soil and money he lias ever made. Talk running trains on the road last Juno up of the road is a nuisance, und wa improvement. to Mr. Spence about this courso of as (here was no way of takiiyr cjiro tering or plastering with oil is a mil Ftone roads are brutal, but sance. of the dellcit resulting from ils op Tin results are evident to nil, and study when ho visits you. some cities, such ns Cleveland nnd oral ion. This solution of tho railespecially to thoso who havo been Newark, N. J still tolerate the Hel You Will Succeed way dellcit problem is a new ono away for live years and return lo plan block on the mnln streets. Such authoritatively demonstrates I am moro firm than ever in my niul see crops, livestock and general conpavements are dangerous, noisy nnd ditions so improved Hint they hard- belief (lint you nro on tho road to Uncle Sam's method of dealing with destructive to vehicles nnd horses, business problems ns relates to rail ly know tho place. success. Tho simple method of Those that have charge of road buildI know of no placo where a thrifty building up the soil nnd keeping it roads. ing had better make up their minds farmer witli small capital can ho fertile that I started you on, and Hint now that the road problem of tho WAR TAX $100,000,000 more prospeous than in Knsteru Mr. Spence will continuo to keep FREIGHT SHIPMENTS AND BEER future will be largely based upon motor tratllc, nnd roads should be built Kentucky. And mark you this con ever before you is bound to bring "Suiltli declares ho Is going to pay TO BEAR THE BURDEN with this In view. dition will continue just so long as you success if you carry it out faith his creditors a hundred cents on the Washington, D. C. An efthe community as a wliolo raises fully. dollar." BE BADLT U1IEW BACK. fort is being mado by Congress to I am wondering if you havo dono Jnuies, less than il consumes, and pays high "Good Roada" Day In Iowa. levy a war lax of $100,000,000 lo to"Hut. them so dear, why does ho want what I nm doing with my cigar and Ktvo many pennies Y" Phlla freight rates and merchants com or aro ready to do when tho timo In order to interest school children hand? You talk ns if you could seo mako up tho dellcit in imports duo delphta Press. missions on food for man nnd boast conies, each and all of tho following to tho European In good roads Uie highway comiuls me." is pro War. It Hint sliould bo grown at homo, tilings: slon of Iowa and the state superln Timely, An amazing reply came. posed that tho freight shipments teudent of public Instruction are ree Friends did you over stop to think Havo you picked enough cowpea hear $05,000,000 and boor $35,000,000, "I can see you. There you nre, oiiuueudhig that the superintendent thai high freight rales aro n bless seed to sow twico as many acres as Tho transportation companies aro twitching your tie straight. As u matof consolidated schools set nslde one ter of fact, I have invented uu Instruing in disguise, becauso thoy drlvo you had this year? used merely as a collection agency dny each year In the latter part of ment which enables you to see over a Havo you bought enough seed ryo Iho moro thrifty to produco everyof tho fund nnd nro to bo compenApril or the tlrst part of Mny as a telephone wire, nnd I am talking 19 lo sow nil your corn ground so it thing possiblo at homo? "good roads" day. It is recommend sated for their sorvices. Beer 13 to you because I cannot llnnuco the Idea will not wash this winter but yield ed that each school have Its own myself nnd want you to tioat it ou half bear an additional tax of llfty cents Good Community Spirit n lot of vaiuablo pasturo? 'good roads" day, as It would be im per barrel and tho manufacturers shares." Havo you bought Thoro nro few places in Kentucky or ordered of domestic wines nlso como in for possible for the state highway The possibilities of tho scheme were moro progressive than Ilerea, nnd enough 10 por cent acid phosphato a share of tho tax burden. to properly assist iu the work immense. The broker, for un Instant, by. the urmnglng of exhibits for n saw himself dealing In vast orders for probably nono with a belter com- lo sow at least 150 pounds per aero As nn additional relief for war large number of schools ou tho same government departments. Ho saw big munity spirit. Fanners cannot got witli all your ryo? conditions, Senato leaders nnnounco day. It U nlso recommended that the orders for foreign rights. It was ono Aro you going to sow ryo in tho that tho Rivers and full value for their crops nor buy approHarbors day bo spent In studying the new high of tho miracles of modern scleuce. Tho to ndvnntngo without organization garden or a nearby truck patch for priation bill will probably bo re way laws, in the preparation by stu capitalist would inuko a fortune, and good community spirit. Ilerea chicken pasture this winter? Won and duced $25,000,000. dents of papers on features of high- then ho glanced out of tho window ts derful how It makes tho hens lay lias been forlunnlo In having way work und In the study of tho ex. across the street. Are you seeding down that hill that nro public spirited mon. Mbit of enlarged road and bridge A SQUARE DEAL Beaming down nt him from a winifcld to good grass for meadow and Now that our farmers nro. getting vlows from the collection of the Iowa dow overlooking tits ottlco was a row The National Fanners' Union is money ahead thoy should bo ablo to pasture. highway commission nnd the United of grinning faces, among which bo ConAro you going lo sow clover soed demanding a square, deal from States oHlee of public roads. It Is pro- recognized two or three fellow mem-ber- s uso it (o ndvnntngo in buying for gress nnd Stato Legislatures on tho posed to devote tho evening of the cash. Thero should always bo a next February or March? of the house. snine day to a general good roads pro Aro you building fences nround mnrkoting of form produols. premium on cash doalfng. Hastily ho slammed dowu the reTho Federal and Stnto Govern 'llow wonderful are the ways of na gram nnd a lecture by a representa- ceiver. The rosy visions faded away, Tho effort our peoplo nro now put-lin- g feed lots and building shods to pro ments havo been spending millions ture!" tive of the highway commission. and bo sadly drew back out of sight-Lon- don forth for hotter roads is an ex- tect your stock from storms, and of dollars annually in urging tho "In what respect?" Mall. sign of progress. Tho com- savo nil tho nianuro possible? cellent "It brines nloug the green apple ea- Is your subscription to Tho Cill farmer to incroaso production, but munity spirit of each working for The Writers. No One It Perfect. lilllo attention has been given to tho ion Just when young doctor am twlng tho good of nil is rapidly becoming zen paid up so you will get It for marketing graduated." Chicago New. Knch one bus his owu burden, his sido of tho question. Mrs. Alice Ilegau Wee Is writing a "God rending during long winter nights? prevalent, and tho spirit of own faults; no ono can do without tho It is a well known paradox that new novel. Aro nil tho ohlldren In school bless mo and my wlfo, my son John aid of others. Therefore wo must ascrop tho less tho val tho larger tho A. E. W. Mason, English novelist. Is sist each other by consolation, udrlco A Fountain Pen You should cultl-rat- a nnd his wife, us four nnd no moro" every day? Aro tho big boys nnd girls In ue and a stimulant to production mors carefully a spirit of Chris (aid to be the best dressed literary man and mutual warnings. Leo Tolstoy. is as rapidly dying out. in London. school at Boron or somo other school without corresponding aid in mark- tianity. Hablndrnnatu To go re, tho Hindu eting, loses much of Its worth to Education , f education? A Doz of cigara You can't tall agriculturo. Tho Nation is fast A Book of Prose I wlah to out rou poet whoso works- have been the liter, No placo In tho United Sta cs of- Apo good cigar from a vllo one. lilies for , awakening to tho fact Hint mar- to lome troubles You will take this ary sensation of the season, wtll be fcrs better education fao October 31. represented on the stage In this coun keting, and not production, is tho out and duat it whenever I aa a try tho fannor's boys nnd girls and at A Brooking Jacket Your clotha next season with a dramatic poem aounoed to call. Puck. F. Montgomery. problem of tho fanner. docs Boron. Tho 'moll dreadfully of tobacco. less oxpenso than from hla pen. (From the Last Federal Census Reports) There are 23l),iK3 farms in Kentucky. The approximate land area- - of this Slate is 2.',7tri,000 acres; 22, acres aro In farms and 11,331,-0acres of Iho land in farms aro improved. The Average slzo of a Kentucky farm is M acres. The farms of this State represent a capital investment of $773,797,000. The farmers of this Slato own $20,851,000 worth of Implements and oilier farm machinery. Tho value of the domestic animals, poultry and bees on the farms of this State is $117,180,000. The averngo value of a Kentucky farm is ?2,085. 18U,-O00 highway from Winnipeg, Cnnndn, to the gulf of Mexico and bringing nbout Its construction nnd ninlntenniirc, The route of the Meridian road ns n present established extends ncross the country approximately north nnd soutl ns far its Waco, Tex., the prlncipn cities It passes through being Grand Forks nnd Kiirgo, N. I).: Wntertown nnd Yankton, 8. I).; Norfolk nnd York, Nell.; Salltm nnd Wichita, Kan.; Enid, Oklahoma City and Lnwtou, Okla., nnd Fort Worth, Tex. At Waco tho route divides, ono lirntich hearing cast erly to Houston nnd Galveston und the other westerly through Temple, Austin nnd Knn Antonio to Lnrcdo, The road Is practically level over most of Its length, and It Is Mated that very soon, If not tiow, a car can be sent over tho entire length on high gear. It Is stated that It Is now n first class earth road for more than l.fiOO miles, s or approximately of Its entire length. The present otllcors of the nssocla Hon are: President, John C. Nicholson, .Vcwton, Kim.; vice president, D. E Colp, San Antonio, Tex.; secretary and treasurer, Itoliert Campbell, Anadarko, Okla. There are the following dlvl kIoiis, each having a president nnd secretary: Canadian. North Dakota South Dakota. Nebraska, Kansas, mil Itnry nnd Texas. The Texas division Is further divided Into seven division A High Honor. n three-fourth- Dirigibles Play Part In European War Is shown n typo of the smaller size wnr dirigible With which both Germany nnd nnd France are liberally equipped. All kinds of aircraft will he Impressed Into service In the terrific contllct In Kuropc, nnd their offectlT-ncs- s us a mode of warfare will he watched nil over the world. Ilere BRICK BUILT ROADS. HIS VISION OF VAST WEALTH. Letter from Professor Montgomery r 5W Con-crcte- , i n mor-chan- - t You and Your Family Need The Citizen Every Week Subscribe Today Pnt Four. THE CITIZEN September 24, 1014. LOCAL PAGE NETS OT BEREA AN-VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES THE FALL STYLE BOOK IS OPEN A Puro lard in 501b cans at Welch's ad. for $0.00. Mr. Ell Cornelison is assisting in Nearly all of the Fire Insurance Drug Store this Companies have withdrawn from thn Porter-Moo- re the state, but Breck C&, Evans week during the usual rush occas have some Old Strong Companies loned by the opening of school. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY that will furnish Any Ktnd of In The Messrs. Joe and Sidney Davis surance you want. were visitors from Pinevillo the lat ler part of last week. THE OCG STUDIO Mr. Dudley Curry returned from UNION CHURCH RALLY T. II. Davis, Dreyfus, recently pur- Mrs. David Roebuck left for Kansas, Thursday, whero he lias O. C. PURKEY, Prop. morning, chased a canning outfit and called Noxl Sunday will bo rally day for Buckhom, Wednesday He been spending tho summer. High Class Photographs, visit her mother, Mr. Charley Johnson ono of the Col- - 1'nlon Church Sunday School and she will enter the Academy Department where Magglo will lege Garden foremen and a student Bible Class. Everybody turn out. Enlarging, Kodac Finishing Ogg. Mrs. again this year. Picture Framing Prof. Calfeo conducts the Teach- nf Rri:i In nnni'rato nntill. n fnw Mr. Achilles Webb, who lately re ORDINANCE. 11, r, liviln- -i Mi- I. ilina, in Over Berea Bank and Trust Co. Ml. Vernon this tnf ceived admittance to the Kcntuoky ers Institute of The City Council of Berea Ky, do ing of the senson in tho work very week. ordain: BARGAINS WATCHES bar, was in town on business the WATCHES (ad) skillfully assisted Mr. Davk and put Get that stovo at Welch's, part of last week. Sen. That any person who shall -, him on tho right road to success In jow. latter Go lo Marcnm's to get your Mr. Jack Baulle was called lo ParMr. Bruce Barton and wife of -rido a bicycle, motorcycle, or any I.I- ill. ... n aCCOUIll or SICKnCSS. iuu UfSLH.uiuii ut ins nuns elry. Everything guaranteed. Prieoa New York City slopped over for a IS. K".. it.iI. vinv Urvt. iTniln.l sinin !Vehicle of like kind on the side Mr. Charlie Adams, who Is third 7 wtillf M ill, I. t II... i.wi rv. , u II... (Ila ,....,.,...,l.. I. ..I. tho lowest, quality considered. visit with Berea friends tho first of ...i.f. ...,.,. trick operator of tho L. & N. depot Consul at Cork, Ireland, who Is ono of the City of Berea, Ky shall bo Next door to Clarkston's Hard this week. Mr. Barton is an old BeFlanigan is visiting his mother of Kentucky's representatives In the lined in the sum of not less than live rea student, now famous as a news lat ware, Main Street. service, has assisted more j consular Mrs. Nannie Hrannaman. paper man, and wo are always glad dollars for each offense. Mr. Estill Jones spent week's end than 1,000 Americans to sail from lo welcome him back. Sec, 2 That any person who Queenstowu on their homeward with friends. L. & N, TIME TABLE shall drive or rido a bicycle, motor Mr. J. 0. Bowman, class 1011, who Mrs. W. II. Duncan and children journey lo tho United Stales. Ho is Local North Bound, charge of the high school at returned Friday from a two week's ""t'"!? 3 representatives of tho'be- - cycle, automobile or any vehicle or 7:00 a. m 10:65 p. m. has XnoxrflU Carlisle, Ky was in Berea Saturday visit with Mr. and Mrs. Pal Kearns! Hgerent countries as well as tho machine of liko character on any 1:07 p. m. 1:62 a. m. BEREA street, alley or public way within United Stales. of Winchester, 7:45 a. m. visiting homo folks and friends. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati Miss Annie E. Yelvington, who has Ralph 1'.. Phillips of Jackson- - tho corporate limits of tho City of Mr. Miss Alzea Hayes who is teach- South Bound, Local Berea, Ky., at a rate of speed ex 8:16 p. m. been visiting in Berea all summer ing in Estill County is visiting her ville, Fla., representative of tho ceeding 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati twelve miles per hour shall with Mrs. Bogie and daughter, re- sister, Mrs. Jack Baulle. Phillips-est Realty Co. of Louis- 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. BEREA be lined in tho sum of not less than Miss Addle Fish was in Louisville,' ville Ky., and Jacksonvill, Ha., is KnoxvUU 5:50 a. m. turned to her homo last Thursday 7:00 p. m. live dollars for each offense. in Hastings, Fla. Expreu Train on business from Saturday until in town gelling ready for a big auc- Sec. 3. That any person riding or Fish's announce their fall and ruesday. No. S3 will itop to talc on passen-fr- a She also attended the tion sale of the driving an automobile or motorcyallolment at 10:00 a. m. Monday llio for Knoxrill and pointa byond. winter opening Friday and Satur- Slate Fair. day, September 25 to 20, 1011, and Easy cle on tho streets, alleys or public One lot goes free. South Bound Miss Nellie Oldham is the cucst --Wl'earnestly invito you to attend. of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Parks tliis i tortus on tho rest See their big ad ways of the City of Berea, Ky., shall 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati stop his machine when about to Main and Center Streets, Berea, Ky. week. 11:65 a. m. SERE A on page 5. pass a horso being ridden or driven. (ad 13) No. 32 will itop at Bert to take If the rider or driver of said horso The Misses Frances Heverlo ami Fish's announces their n paiaengers for Cincinnati, O., and shall raise his hand as a signal for Leila McKee and the Messrs. Ben H. pointa beyond. Fall and Winter Opening, him lo stop. And in passing horso Barnard and Hans Perry of the North Bound Friday and Saturday, or vehicle tho motorcyclo or autoRichmond Normal School, wero vis BEREA 4:45 p. m. mobile shall turn to the right, leavitors hero over Sunday. Cincinnati September IS and 26, and 8:60 p. m. ing the left hand of tho road free Miss Florence Stevens came from earnestly invite you to for passage. Any person violating Field Preaching Weather per- her home in Waynesboro, Va Satthis section shall be lined in the attend. urday to enter school for tho year, mitting; Pres. Frost will preach at sum of not less than ten dollars for Mr. Gordon Imrie returned from flic cemetery, on Berea Pioneers, each offense. next Sunday evening at i o'clock. his homo in Whitehall, Mich., whore W. G. Host, City Clerk. Main and Center Sts. Berea, Ky. ho spent tho latter part of tho sum stoves stoves Get that aluminum cooking waro mor, and will reassume his duties (ad) at Welch's. at the Tavern. Stoves Stoves Stoves StOVeS Mr. O. P. Jackson, a Richmond atJust now wo have on exhibition torney, spent tho latter part of last an attractive line of models in tail stoves stoves week in town on business. Mrs. Amanda Couch of Hamilton, ored effects that are particularly Stoves Stoves StOVeS StOVeS Stoves Ohio, who has been visiting our lo- adapted .for immediate wear. Even Ready-to-we- ar cal photographer, G. C. PUrkey on if you don't want to buy you aro stoves stoves W. Union St., left early last week. welcome lo come in to look and Mr. Wesley Bagby of tho 1914 get an advance insight into tho milgraduating cass, who has been in linery styles for early fall wear. (ad) EVERYTHING IN STOVES AT town thru the opening days of the Fish's Mr. Geo. Wooler Clark is again at school in behalf of new students, left Monday for Hartford, Conn., his old stand as Director of tho BeExwhere ho will enter the Theological rea school of Printing. Wo arc all Seminary at that place. Success to glad to sec him in our midst again. Miss Bertha Robinson, Mrs. Early's him. very efllcient saleslady, is suffering Welch's, (ad) Gasoline irons at witli a sprained ankle. Mr. Leo Gilligan left last week for Mr. J. M. Dickson and family "Dyersburg, Tenn., where ho will moved here recently from Hazard again assume his duties as princi- and now occupy quarters in the Richmond, Kentucky pal of tho high school. block opposite Welch's Stores on Word has been received from Mr. Chestnut St. True Coyle to the effect that ho is Mrs. Will Isaacs is very seriousdoing nicely in his w.ork at Leland ly ill at the collego hospital this Mr. and Mrs. H. Muncy are visit-Ju- g We have just received a big as Stanford University. it week. olded Needle with relatives in Clay County. Mr. Eli Cornelison made a busi(ad) sortment of women's and misses Eggs now 20c at Welch's. Mrs. Mary Brookshiro of Wintailored suits at $11.50 to $25.00. ness trip to Richmond Tuesday in Cloth Mr. Charles Click of Kerby Knob Johnhis machine. visited Dr. Robinson at his homo Women's, misses and children's chester, Ky., and Stella May Brook-shiro's declared on high on Chestnut St., the first of this coals, all sizes and all prices. You son spent tho day with Mrs. War has been brother, Mr. W. B. Johnson are invited to inspect our line. (ad) week. prices at Welch's. Mrs. S. R. Baker. at Whites Station, Monday. Mr. Judson Harrold arrived here Mr. Fred Turner, who is now lo- (ad 13) (wn mi n James L. Jones moves to town and Monday from his homo in Beach cated in Indiana, was also a guest Mrs. Ella Franklin of Wildio was C. W. Johnston goes back to his City, Ohio, where he ha3 been of Dr. Robinson this week. in town Wednseday. on Scaffold summer. Ho will be spending tho The Bobtown schools have been Cards aro out announcing llio farm vacated by Jones in school again this year. compelled to closo for tho time be- marriage of Miss Edith Margarita Cane. pike. Miss Lizzie Bogie, who was operPortland Cement at Welch's 55o. ing because of n slight cpidemio of Ellis to Mr. Eugcno Archibald ated on in the collego hospital for An interesting game of baseball diphtheria in tho neighborhood. Thomson on Wednesday, tho 10th Dr. Davis entertained tho Senior hof September, nineteen hundred and mastoid is rapidly improving. Dr. look place on the main alhletio F. W. Swing of Cincinnati and Dr. Held Monday afternoon botwecn tho class nurses at his homo on Center fourteen, Lincoln Ridge. Tho many (Davis did the work. Tho St. the first of the week. collego and tho town teams. of Berea wish them much ffriends town team lost by a score of 12 to 5. Tho new Red Lick telephone lino happiness. BEREA CORN SHOW Dr. Marion Robinson spent from Tho battery for tho collego was is now completed and ready for use. Berea Corn Show and Fair, Oct. rd Dr. Roberts entertained the Sun- Thursday until Saturday in Louis 31, 101 J. Watch for announcements Coylo and Carter; for the town, The semi-annudisplay of high class day school teachers of tho Union ville. and Phillips. and prizo list in next week's paper. stoves at Welch's. Church at his homo on Prospect St., Miss Vera Mustard of West Vir Stoves, stoves, Autumn and Winter Suitings by The Get ready. Prepare and come. (ad) Monday evening. ginia underwent an operation for Tho biggest day in Berea is coming. Any kind, any price. Globe Tailoring Company, Makers of Tho Misses Speed of Louiavillo . Trunks, suit cases and all kind of appendicitis Monday. Over ?200 will bo given to prizo "Needle-Molde- d (ad) bags at Welch's. week. Gap underClothes, Cincinnati, will Mrs. Dr. Seltlo of Sand aro visiting at the Tavern this winners. Donft y,ou waut a part Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Baker and went an operation for appendicitis in this? Miss Lillian Ambrose, of tho Linbe given at our establishment on coln Institute at Linooln Ridge, vis- daughter, Bernice, spent Wednes- Monday. NOTICE OF ELECTION ited with old school friends several day at tho Stalo Fair at Louisville. Fish's announce their fall and J. W. Bratcher and others, on Cornell and Coylo have moved into iwinter opening Friday and Satur days this week. The Messrs. F. J. Manloy and their now building on Main St. day, September 25 to 20, 1014, and Notice is hereby given that there Mrs. L. A. Wyatt and daughter, earnestly invito you to attend. Georgo Collins and party from Lextown over Sunday. Lucia, left Thursday for a four Main and Center Streets, Berea, Ky. will bo an election held in tho above ington were in styled action in BIuo Lick Precinct Make this one of your positive engageMr. Jas. T. Drown and his sister, weeks visit with frionds and rela- (ad 13) No. 15, Madison County, Ky., on the returned Friday from tives in Clay County. Aimes I). C. Pullins ono of tho agcnls for third day of Nov. 101 1. taking tho ments. Call and make your selection Mrs. L. D. Lewis of Hyden accom-'pani.Michigan, wlicro they have been tho Citizen has returned from a trip said voters and be measured by an expert. her daughter, Mary, who through Jackson County with a .sense of tho hjgalor not of or 'lhoy win spending tho summer, precinct whether cattlo Mrs. Lewis school. has entered spend tlio winter in Berea. Orders taken for immediate or future iis any now subscribers and bunch of species thereof shall run at ad. made a short visit with relatives Phono nil vour wants to 29. of helping to capturo a largo largo on tho public roads thereof, delivery woolens will be shown in full friends returning to her home rattlesnako near what is known as Mr. Henry Lengfellnor visited and this Sepl. 10, 1014. length drapes. . Gus Stewart at Kirksvillo last weok. Friday. tho Ravin Cliff, li rattles and a Attorney, R. B. Torrill, (ad. 15) Clerk, Madison Co. Court. BRECK & EVANS You can have a look any time you wish to come. We'll be decidedly glad to show you. Good Clothes J. S. STANIFER Good Service .... 1 .' W Baker-Isaacs-Wy- att STOVES Stoves Stoves Stoves Stoves Stoves Stoves Stoves Stoves Now Ready to Show meet the requirement of good taste in Dress at ceedingly reasonable prices. est Designs and Models to Stove6 Stoves and Millinery in the New- Apparel B. E. BELUE & COMPANY ANNOUNCEMENT al Hil-lia- go-w- ay September 28th and 29th ed ro-po- PHONE 65 FOR STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, CORN AND OATS PROMPT DELIVERY HONEST WEIGHT SM CLARKSTON L9R Hardware and Groceries MAIN STREET, Near Bank HAYES & GOTT BEREA, KENTUCKY Special Representetive in Charge, R. J. STROTHER COTT & CO. (HALEY'S OLD 8TANDJ J, GOSIGER Berea's Carpenter Course Gives Skill and Earning Power I September 21, 10U. thi citizen Pago Piv. BIG AUCTION SALE OF LOTS BEREA, KY. COLUMBUS BUGGIES and MOGULL WAGONS Are the late arrivals which add two more members to the big family-AmeriFence, Oliver Chilled Plows, Foster Rangers and V. C. Fertilizers. Sold exclusively by can Monday, Sept 28th 10 A. M. SHARP THE PROPERTY t t t" .1 t .1 nuumon j l.t!! iu II ncruu, tlucaiuu in suouiviston Known as me n. the south western portion of the city, and fronting on Boone street a few blocks south of the High School only a few minutes walk to the business center. R. H. CHRISMAN "The Furniture Man" A A now ... I uaKer-isaacs-wyi- ui Chestnut Street THE JAM SOCIAL Berea, Kentucky TO WHITE PEOPLE ONLY We have a large force now at work grading streets, staking and making. general improvements and when finished we will have 60 high class bungalow home sites you make the price the highest bidder! An addition where the best will live a rapidly developing residence section where values are bound to increase. The customary Jam Social was hold at the College Chapel on TuesThere' was a large day evening. crowd out and all reported a rousing good lime. The jam social isan event which is endeared to all old Tho year would Berea students. he incomplete without it to them. LOOK OUT A suro enough bargain. A farm of 320 acres, 50 acres in cultivation. A house of flvo hooms, a good barn Joe W. Stephens Meat Market FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES Fruits and Vegetables Mill Feed, Flour and Meal OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE. Main Street, Berea VERY EASY TERMS Only one third cash, the balance payable in 6 and deferred payments. 12 months with 670 interest on good orchards, good water, lhr! milo of railroad, ono iO-iPowcr gasolino mill, cost $550 all for only 51,800. For further infdr- -i mation call on J. II. Farmer, owner, Trilby, Leo Co., Ky. two H. GIVE US A CALL ad-- 13) ONE LOT FREE As an advertising feature we are going to give one lot away absolutely Free. Every white person on the grounds will have an equal opportunity of getting the free lot regardless of whether you bid, buy or not. Just be present, that's all. COMMISSIONER'S SALE FREE CARRIAGES Free carriages will leave from in front of the Post Office beginning promptly at 9:30 m. and will convey every one to and from the sale absolutely free of charge. Get in one a. it's free FOLLOW THE BAND DON'T FORGET THE DAY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER LADIES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED 28, AND DATE IO A. M. TO ATTEND For further particulars call or address PHILLIPS-WEST REALTY CO., Berea, Ky. Care Boone Tavern Johnson, etc., Plaintiffs, vs. Luther Kimberlain, etc., Defendants. Under and by virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at the May term of tho Madison Circuit Court, in the above styled action, the undersigned Master Commissiot.-- er of said court will on Saturday, September 26, 1914, at 10 o'clock n. m. on tho premises in tho city of Dcrca,' Ky., sell to tho highest and best bidder at public auction, the following described property, viz. A certain house and lot of ground lo cated in Berea, Ky., on tho North sido of Depot St., beginning at a stone on the S. V. corner of lot No. 1, now owned by J. S. Wilson, thence running west parallel with North lino of Depot St., 83 -4 feet to the South corner of Lot No. 3, thenco North 200 feet to tho N. E. corner of lot No. 3, thenco North 89 degrees, East 83 -4 feet, thenco duo South 268 feet to tho beginning, and being tho samo lot conveyed to Levi Kim berlain by A. E. Robinson and wife, Deed Book 73, Pago 143, Madison County Court Clork's Office. Terms: Said property will bo sold on a credit of six months timo, the purchaser being required to execute a salo bond payablo to tho Commis sioner with approved security bear ing 0 per cent interest from day of salo until paid, with a lion retained on tho property until all tho pur cliaso money is paid. (ad) II. C. nice, M. C. M. C. C, Sophia 11- -4 1- A Matter of Pride We take pride in extending courteous treatment to our customers. We want you to take advantage of our banking facilities. We want you to come to us and feel at home when you get here. If there is anything we can do for you, do not hesitate about asking for it. We assure you we will do it if we can. If we can't do it we will tell you so and frankly tell you why. Come in and let,s get better acquainted. JACKSON COUNTY BANK The Berea National Bank No. 841J GROCERIES, Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky FRUITS and VEGETABLES Prices Always Right Berea in the State of Kentucky, at the close of business, Sept. 12, 1014. RESOURCES $151,047.38 Loans and Discounts 2,535.70 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 25,000.00 U.S. Bonds to secure Circulation 5,500.00 Banking House, Furniture, and Fixtures . 3,000.00 Other Real Estate owned Due from approved Reserve Agents iu Central Reserve 1,038.51 Cities 10,480.09 18,118.00 In other Reserve Cities 450.12 Checks and other Cash Items 185.00 Notes of other National Banks 208.08 Fractional Paper Currency, Niokles and Cents Lawful Monet Reserve in Bank viz: 8,807.30 Specie 1,874.00 10,771.30 LegaUender notes of circulation) . . 1,250.00 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasuror (5 n.wiri nt thn rvmililinn of THE BEREA NATIONAL PAVIT .t Total 210,032.87 TIME CERTIFICATE PLAN We pay 4 per cent interest on money left on deposit six months or longer. We issue a certificate payable to yourself or your order with interest coupons attached payable semiannually. Yon can draw your money at any time by presenting the certificate. 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The Land of Broken Promises DANE COOLIDGE By A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution nbout TIIE FIGHTING FOOL," "HIDDEN WATERS," THE TEXICAN," Etc. Author of Illustrations by DON J. LAVIN ICoorriehl. Wit by Frank A. Muucj.) first fow daya they lingered , brcftthcd Amlgo, his fce sud- Tho rural backed iiii horso nway, as tho nilno. gloating over It In denIy cicarng up; "and can I work If suddenly discovering Hint tho Amermuguing dbck ana lorui, ping- - jor you til en secrci, ican was dangerous, and then, snlut-InIng gay song then, ni tho ecstasy SI," answered Hud, "for four dol respectfully as ho took his leave, passed and tho weariness of waiting lars a day. Hut now you help ruo ho said: pet In, thoy went two ways. Some watch, so nobody comes." "Tho Sonor Do Tjincoy Is In Jail!" fascination, unexplained to Dud, drew "Stawanol" exclaimed the Indian, They whirled their horses at that Do Lnncey to tho town. Ho left In tho well satisfied, and alter that he spent morning and camo back nt night, but hours on the hilltop, his black head nnd galloped off down tho canyon, and as Dud gated after them ho burst Into Hooker stayed at the mine. thrust out over tho crest like a chuck, a frenzy of curses. Then, with tho Pay and night, week-dayand Sunwalla lizard as be conned the land ono thought of setting Phil frco, ho days, he wntchod It Jealously, lest" below. ran out to tho corral and burled the someone should slip in and surprise Bo tho days went by until three their secret and for company ho had wcefts had passed, and still no papers ; saddle on hie horse. his pet horse, Copper Bottom, and tho came. Ah his anxiety Increased I'hll i It was through some chicanery, ho trick on the know sorno Yaqul Indian, Amlgo. fell Into tho habit of staying In town Iguaclo wae tho Indian's real name, overnight, and finally he was gone for part of Aragon that his pardncr had for tho Yaquls are all good Catholics two days. The third day was drawing been Imprisoned, nnd ho sworo to hnvoand named uniformly after tho saints; to a close, and Dud was gcu.ngresi- - hlra out or know tho reason why. Elnf(er Arngon Qr ho wouW but Ilud had started to call him Amlgo, j less, when suddenly he beheld the ther or friend, and Ignaclo had conferred Yaqul bounding down the hill In great anJ tako ,t out of n,8 hldo It was outsldo Hud's slmpto codo the same name on him. leaps and making signs down the even to question his pardner's Innoj Poor Ignaclo! Ills canyon. Job had gone glimmering in half a j "Two men!" ho called, dashing up to cence, but, Innocent or guilty, ho would have him out If ho had to tear down day, but when tho Mexican laborers ' the tent; "ono of them a rural I ' the Jail. departod ho lingered around tho camp, "Why a rural?" osked Dud, mystiSo he slapped his saddle-guInto doing odd jobs, until he won a place fied. tho sling, reached for his quirt, and ' for himself. Amlgo, striking went dashing down tho canyon. "To take mo!" cried At At nlgbt ho slept up In the rocks. himself violently on the breast. "Lend where no treachery could tako him me your rifle!" a turn In the road ho came suddenly unaware, but at the first peep of dawn "So," nnswered Dud, after a pause; upon Aragon and tho rural, split a It wae alwayB Amlgo who arose and "you might get Into troublo. Itun and way between them, nnd leaned for lit the fire. hide In tho rocks I will signal you ward as Copper Dottom burned up tho Then, If no one got up, ho cooked a when" to como back." trail. breakfast after his own Ideas, boiling It was long slnco tho shiny sorrel "Muy blen," said tho Yaqul obeditho coffee until It was as strong as ently, and, turning, ho went up over had been given his hend, nnd ho need. lye, broiling meat on sticks, and went cd neither whip nor spurs but a mllo bounding rocks like a mountain-sheep- , to turn out the horses. from boulder to boulder until he dis or two down the nrroyo Hud suddenly memory of many envious appeared among tho hilltops. Then reined him In and looked bohlnd. Then With tho glances cast at Copper Bottom, Hooker na Dud brought In his horse and Bhut ho turned abruptly up tho hillside and naa duui a stout corral, wnero no Kept him hnstilv lnahln his corral tho two Jumped him out on a point, looked tho horses up at night, allowing them rlder8 camo nround the polnt- -a rural again, nnd rodo slowly back up the to graze In tho daytime. Bnd Aragon! trail. A Mexican Insurrecto on foot Is a Aragon and tho rural wcro not In NoWf , jjexlco a rural, ns Bud well contradiction of terms, if there aro knoW( means trouble and Aragon sight the question" was, wcro they any horses or mules In tho country, meant more trouble, troublo for hlra. following? For n short distance ho from Certainly, so busy a man as Don Clprl- - rodo warily, not to bo surprised In and several bands of Fortuna had goho through their camp ono would not como clear to his camp hie suspicion; then, as ho found tracks In that condition, with now rifles In to help capture a Yaqul deserter. Bud i turning back, he gave head to his their hands. But It they had any de- sensed It from the start that this was horso and galloped swiftly to camp, signs on the Eagle Tall live stock they another attempt to get possession of The horses of tho men ho sought speedily gave thcra up; for, whlla he their mine, and he awaited their com- - I stood at tho edgo of the mine-dumwould feed them and even listen to Ing grimly. nnd, throwing his bridle-reidown be- their false tales of patriotism. Hud " '3 tardes," he said In reply to the sldo them, Bud leaped off nnd ran up had no respect for numbers when it rural's abrupt salute, and then ho i the cut. Then ho stopped short nnd came to admiring his horse. The two stood silent before his tent, looking reached for his Even with the Yaqul, much as he them over shrewdly. The rural was men were up nt the end, down on their trusted him, ho had reservations about a citizen, as many of knees, and digging Uko dogs after a Copper Bottom; and once, when he them are, but on this occasion ho rabbit. found him petting him and stroking Fcemed a trifle embarrassed, glancing So eager wero they In their search his nose, ho shook hie head forbid- - Inquiringly at Aragon. As for Aragon, so confident In their fancied security, .dlngly. And from that day on, though ho wae gazing at a long lino of jerked that they never looked up from their ho watered Copper Bottom and cared meat which Amlgo had hung out to work, and tho tramp of Hooker's boob) for his wants, Amlgo was careful , dry, and his drooped eye opened up was drowned by their grubbing until never to caress him, There he suddenly as ho turned his cold regard he stood nbovo them. Dut In all other matters, even to upon Hooker. j paused, his pistol In hand, and waited lending him his gun, Bud trusted the "Senor," ho said, speaking with an grimly for developments. Yaqul absolutely. It was about a week accusing harshness, "we are looking ' "Ha!" cried Aragon, grabbing at a after he came to camp that Amlgo t for tho men who are stealing ray piece of quartz that came up, "Aqul lo sighted a deer, and when Bud loaned cattle, and I see we havo not far to tcngo!" He drow a second pleco from him his riflo ho killed it with a single go. Whero did you get that meat?" t hla pocket and placed them together. shot "I got It from a deer," returned "It Is tho same!" ho said. j I in tho excavation, Soon afterward he came loping back 'Bud; "there is his hide on tho fence; Still ho turned suddenly as a shadow from a scouting trip and mado signs you can see it if you'll look." Tho rural, glad to create a diver- - crossed hlra, to get tho light, and his for the gun again, and this time ho brought in a young peccary, which ho slon, rode over and examined tho hide Jaw dropped at tho sight of Hud. "I'll trouble you for that rock." roasted In a pit, Indian style. After and camo back satisfied, but Aragon t served Hud, holding out his hand, nnd that, when the meat was low, Bud sent not so easily appeased. "By what right," he demanded true-- ns the rural Jumped, Aragon handed him out to bunt, and each time he brought back a wild hog or a deer for ulently, "do you, an American, kill tover tho ore. There was a moment's Havo you tho sllcnco as Bud stood over them then every cartridge. deer in our country-ho stepped back and motioned them Tho ono cross under which tho special permit which is required?" Yaqul suffered was tho apparent fail- "No, senor," answered Hooker so- - out with tils gun, Down tho jagged cut they hurried, ure of the mine, and, after slipping up berly; "tho deer was killed by a Mox- nwed Into a guilty silence by his anInto the cut a few times, he finally lean I have working for me!" came back radiant. , "Ha!" sneered Aragon, and then ho ger, and when ho let them mount without a word tho rural looked back, "Mlra!" he said, holding out a pleco paused, balked. of rock; and when Hooker gazed at "Where is this Mexican?" Inquired surprised. Even then Bud said noththe chunk of quartz be pointed to the tho rural, bis professional Instincts ing, but tho swing of the Texan's gun specks of gold and grunted, "Oro!" aroused, and whllo'Bud was explaining spoko for him, and they rodo quickly "Seguro!" answered Bud, and going that he was out In tho hills some- out of sight. greasers I " growled "You down Into his pocket, he produced an- - where, Aragon spurred his horse up closer and peered curiously into his Bud, returning his pistol with a jab to lte bolster. Then he looked at tho tent. "What are you looking for?" de- ore. There wore two pieces, ono rrcsn- manded Hooker sharply, and then Ara- dug and tho other worn, and as he gazed at them tho worn piece seemed gon showed his band. strangely familiar. Aragon bad been "I am looking for the drills and ho said; "the ones you stole comparing them but where had ho got the worn piece? when you took my mine!" Once moro Bud looked It over, and "Then got back out of there!" cried Bud, seizing his horse by tho bit and then the rock fell from his hand. It throwing him back on bis haunches; was the first piece thoy bad found belonged to I'hll I "and etay out!" he added, as ho the pleco that dropped his band to bis gun. "But if CHAPTER XV. the rural wishes to search," he said, turning to that astounded official, "ho When the solid earth quakes, though Is welcome to do so." "Muchas graclas, no!" returned the it move but a thousandth of an Inch rural, shaking a linger In front of bis beneath our feet, the human brain face, and then he strodo over to whero reels and wo become dizzy, sick and Aragon was muttering and spoko In a afraid. So, too, at the thought that somo trusted friend has played ua low tone, "No!" dissented Artfgon, shaking his false, the mind turns back upon Itself head violently; "no nol I want this and we doubt tho stability of everman nrreBtod!" ho cried; turning vin- ythingfor a moment. Then, as we dictively upon Bud. "He has stolen find all tho trees straight up, the world ray tools my mine my land! Ho has intact, and the hills In their proper no business here no title! This land places, wo cast the treachorous doubts Is mine, and I tell him to go. Pronto!" aside and listen to the volco of reason. For ono awful moment Hooker saw he shouted, menacing Hooker with bis rldlng-wblbut Dud only shitted his himself betrayed by his friend, either TTtho f g s low-dow- n I n leave thelr'mlno nnd go to his friend, or to let his trlund wait and stand guard by their treasure; nnd his heart told htm to go to his friend. So ho swung up on his homo and followed slowly, and ns soon as It was dark ho rodo secretly through Old Fortuna and on tilt ho enmo to tho jail. It was n square stono structure, a built across tho street from tho In order to bo convenient for tho drunks, nnd as Hud rodo up closo and stared at It, somo ono hailed him through tho bars. "Hello there, pnrdner," called Hook-cswinging down and striding over to the black window, "how long hnvo they had you In hero?" "Two days," nnswered Phil from tho Inner darkness; "but It seems Uko a llfetlmo to me. Say, Bud, thero's a s Mexican In hero that's got tho regular tequila Jag can't you got mo out?" "Well, I euro will!" answered Bud; "what havo they got you In for? Whoro's our friend, Don Juan? Why didn't ho let mo know?" "You can search mo!" railed Do Lnnccy. "Seems Uko everybody quits you down hero tho mtnuto you get Into trouble. I got arrcBted night be1 rurnlcs fore last by thoso d Manuel Del Hoy wns behind it, you can bet your llfo on that and Pro been hero over slnco!" "Well, what nro you pinched for? can-Unr, Jim-Jam- September Department Lectures ly Deans, 0:30 n. in. "Oh, I know I'vo done you dirt, 27. Divided Chapel Worship, Hud," wnllod Do Lancoy; "but I didn't 7:30 p. m. mean to, nnd I'll never do It again." 28. Ilceoptlon In Men's Dormitories, "Novcr do what?" Inquired Dud 3 to ft p. in. roughly. October "I won't touch nnother drop of n. Anniversary, P. P. booze as long as I'm In Mexico!" crlod ft. Mountain Day All Departments Phil. "Not a drop!" except Foundation School. "And how about tho girl?" continued Day Foundation Hud Inexorably. "Her old man was out 12. Mountain School. and tried to Jump our mine today-h- ow nbout her?" II. Anniversary, A. 7,. "Well," faltered Do Ijincoy, "I'll 7:30 p. m. grunted. "Huhl" ho said "and mo out that nilno night nnd day!" watch-lug slnco." "Yes, and what are you charged with?" demanded Hud brusquoly, ,"I)rurik," confessed Phil, and Hud College News COMINO EVENTS 21. sho " "You know your promiso!" reminded Hud. ALPHA ZETANS MEET "Yes; I know. Hut oh. Hud, If you Tho Alpha Zela liternry Society know how loynl I'vo been to you If met on the main alhlclio Held, Satyou know what offer I'vo resisted evening, for their opening tho mlno stands In my name, you urday Old souks worn sung, old rally. know." "Well?" "Well, Arngon camo around to mo last week and said If I'd glvo him a half Interest In It ho'd well, nuvor mind It wns a great temptation. Hut did I fall or It? Not on your life! I know you, Hud, nnd 1 know you're honest you'd stay by mo to the last ditch, and I'll do tho snmo by you. Hut I'm In lovo. Hud, and that would mako a man forget his promiso It ho wasn't truo ns stcnl." "Yes," commented Hooker dryly- - "' don't reckon I can count on you much from now on. Hero, tako a look at this and sea whnt )ou mako of It." Ho drow the pleco of oro that ho had taken from Aragon from his pocket nnd held It up In the moonlight. "Well, feel of It, then," he said. "Shucks, you ought to know that pleco of rock, Phil It's the first ono wo found In our yells wcro given, and tunny rousing speeches ninth'. A feeling of good fellowship was prevalent Ihruoul nnd both old and now mcmhors at the llnal adjournment nl curfew t lino felt Hint they had spent a royal good evening. MEETING A OF NEW TACULTY mine!" (To bo continued) UNITED STATES NEWS. 1.) meeting of all tho new inomhors of the Faculty for this year wns held at President Frost's Houso Monday evening willi Mrs. I'r0s(ftii. hmlenj. The evening's progrlnn was hrief consisting of n paper hy Mrs. Frost, the hnlanco of tho evenIlcfresh-men- ts ing heing purely social. were served in duo nlways add rest to tho occasion. All present reported n inem-urali- ly pleasant evening. time-whic- close-hobble- d hard-lookin- half-burle- d . I , ob-w- ? Washington. Eight white men and nn Eskimo family, survivors of the wrecked Canadian exploring shlpKar-luk- , his voice becamo low nnd beseeching. are safe aboard tho revenue cut"I'll tell you, Hud," ho said, "I haven't been quite on tho square with ter Hear, nfter being marooned on you I'vo been holding out a llltlo. frozen Wrangel's Island since last Hut you know how It Is when n fel January. A relayed wlroless dUatch low's in love. I'vo been going to sec from tho Boar received here said she was duo at Nome, Alaska. Tho disOracla!" "Oh!" commented Hooker, and stood patch told of tho death of throu of the very quiet while ho watted. explorers on the Island, (leorgo S. geologist; HJarno Mnnnn, assist"Yes, I've been going to fpo her," hurried on I'hll. "I know I promised; ant topographer, and Brady, seaman. but, honest. Hud, 1 couldn't help It It JiiBt tteomed as If my whole being WILL GO AFTER THEBANKERS. wns wrapped up In her, and I hnd to Washington Secretary th of do It. She'd bo looking for mo when I came and went and then I fixed It Treasury McAdoo has sent out 2,000 with her maid to ttiko her a letter. Inquiries to different parts of the UniAnd then I met bcr secretly, back ted States to dotermlno how bankers Mai-loch- , "Pinched for nothing!" cried Do bitterly. "Pinched because I'm a Mexican citizen and can't protect myseltl I'm incomunlcado for threo days I" "Woll, I'll get you out, all right," said Hookor, leaning closor against tho bars. "Here, have a smoke did they frisk you of jour makings?" "No!" snapped Do Luicoy crossly, "but I'm out of everything by ihls time. Bud, I tell you I've had a Hmo of Itl They threw mo In here with this crazy, murdering Mexican and I haven't had a wink of sleep for two days. He's quiet now, but I don't want any more." "Well, say," began Bud again, "what are you charged with? May bo I lan greaso somebody'H paw and get )ou out tonight!" Thero was nn nwkward pause nt dropped this, nnd finally Do his whltn face against tin) bars and Who do I go nnd flee?" CLASS SUPPER On Friday evening, the mcmhors (Continued from Pago REGULAR BANKING CHANNEL8 Washington. deposits fot lleliof transfer to Europe no longer will b accepted by the treasury department in vlow of the fact that It is agate possible to send funds through tin regular bnnking channels. Secretary McAdoo said that the relief work foi tho purpopo of nrslstlng Americans lc Kuropn will bu continued and when deposits have already been mado wltt the treasury payments will be madi can hi whenever tho beneficiaries found. CARRIES MAROONED MEMBERS. of tho Hit I graduating class, who ohaneed to ho in Henvi nt tho time, met for a elas rally and supper. The supper was served on tho hanks of Silver Creek and a hounlcous one it wns. Tho stern dignity, tho eliaracterl.sHo Senior hadge, was no where in evidence. Tho members present wero: Messrs. Carrol Hat-so- n, C.has. Anderson, Wesley Haghy, Human fttiot and Thomas Parker and the Misses Carrie Spanpler, Myrtle Slarns and F.the! Todd. DEREA NIGHT On Monday evening a ery enllm-slnst.- lc ( f iro conducting business under the stress of tho unusual conditions cre ated by the war In Europe. His pur- pose Is to nscertaln to what extent bankers aro unduly hoarding and Increasing their reserves nnd contracting loans without reason. In a lesser degree the secretary has nlready found Uio conditions of 1907 existing. hunch of students gathered on the athletic field for the oher-vnuof the annual evont known as Heron Night, under tho auspices of I he eollciro Y. M. C. A. This Is hy ninny considered tho higgest event of the year. All went prepared for a good time and none were diap-iminte- d. Studies were forgotten for the (imo being mid all minds were Iienl on making the evening one of keen enjoyment. An interesting program was given consisting of speeches, readings, and several musical numbers. After the program there wns a membership contest and demonstration hy Secretaries, Hoagland and Stahl. This was followed by a very interesting and vigorous by thoso present choosing lo tako ce tug-of-w- ar part. Tho climax of the evening's program raine in Ihe form of Iho water melon parade. Thero wero melons galore and every one had his fill. It was with a feeling of reluo-tnn- ey Hint nil finally dispersed at !:.W for their various rooms, and the hospitality shown by tho Y. M. 0. A. hoys left a very vivid impression on all present. ARREST OF PERRY LYNAM drill-spoon- Long Mining Wife Murderer Taken Y. M. C. A. CONTEST Back to Indianapolis. Thero is a contest on this week Indianapolis, Sept. 15. Perry I among all tho slnlo Y. M. C. A. ornam, wife murderer, was arrusted nl in number. ganizations, forty-rigPeoria and returned hyrn wltliou Tho object of this contest is lo requisition. On Mny 2." I.ynum stabbed hla wife, swell tho membership to n grcafe-marthnn over beforo reached. THo Mrs. Myrtle. I.yuiim, to death, at the aggregate enrollment number set Is homo of her mother In Irvlngtc'i. Th murder followed a separation of h I2..r,00. 2.WX) of which is to ho furcral weeks. nished hy tho school organizations ht "What Aro You Pinched For?" Two Men, One of Them a Ruralel" other like It. At this the Yaqul cocked hla head to one side and regarded him strangely. "Why you no dig soldi" he asked at last, and then Bud told blm the story. "We have an enemy," be said, "who might steal It from us. So now we 'wait for papers. When we get them, ".dlglj' . feet and stopped listening to his excited Spanish. "No, senor," he said, when It was all over, "this claim belongs to my pard-noDo Lancey. You have no" "Hal De Lanoeyl" Jeerod Aragon, suddenly Indulging himself In a sar donic laugh. "Do Lancey I Ha, bat" "What'a the matter?" cried Hooker, aa the rural Joined In with a derisive smirk. "Say, speak up, hombrel" he threatened, stepping closer aa hla eyes took on a dangerous gleam. "And let me tell you now," he added, "that U any man touchos a hair of hla bead I'll kill htm like a dogj" r, through weakness or through guile; and thon bis mind straightened Itself and be remembered that Pbll was In jail. What more natural, then, than that the ruraloa should search his pockets and give tho oro to Aragon? He stooped and picked up the chunk of specrock that precious, pocket-worimen that had brought them the first promise of success and wiped It on hla aleere. Mechanically be placed It beside the other piece which Aragon had gouged from the edge, and while be gazed at. them, h.e wonderejd,xha.i. Jo. do to n by the garden gate. You know they've got somo holes punched In the wall loopholcd during tho fight last summerand we'd " "Sure, J'll take your word for that," broke In Hooker harshly. "Hut get to the point! What are you pinched for?" "Well," went on Do Lancey, hla voice quavering at the reproof, "I was going to toll you, it you'll listen to tne. Somebody saw us thero and told Aragon he shut her up for a punishment and she slipped mo out a note well, I couldn't stand It I hired tho string band and we went down there in a hack to give her a aerenado. Hut this cad, Manuel del Hey, who baa been acting like a jealous ass all along, swooped down on ua with a detach-men- t of hla ruralea and took ua all singing songs, playing games and toasting !iiar8hniallows. When certain that the cards are Tho Y. W. A. has a And outlook stacked against you it la better to pull for tho year and wo wish thero let,tbejnuslclanj out tho out of the game. to jalL. lie A Homemade Toy. Did you ever see boys walk on stilts) It looks like dangerous sport, but it Is not after you buve a little practice. In fact, you can tnke rapid strides with them, ns do the shepherds lu the desert of Enudcs, In the south of France. Tltey can run. Jump, bop and dance on them with case and security. When they stand on the stilts thoy enn wntcb their tlock, their feet being protected from tho water during tho winter and Y. W. C. A.' MEET tho hot sands In summer. In addition At tho samo tlmo that tho Y. M to the stilts', tbey use a long staff, which they carry In their hands. This C A. wns holding its exercises on forma the third leg when tbey requlru the nthlotio field Monday evening, rest tho Y. W. C. A. was nlso having au To make stilts procure two poles opening rally for tho members ami long and nail about six or seven prospective mcmhors of tholr organon a strap of leather about from the bottom of each. Into these ization on tho banks or Silver Crook. the feet are placed, tho poles bclug Tho alTair was undor tho managekept In a proper position by the hands ment of Mrs. Peck and Miss Luoy and moved forward by the action of Smith. The program consisted of tho legs. Some American boya uall on speeches by various members, after wooden supports for the feet to rest which tho evening was dovotod In noon Instead of tho leather strap. fea-tor- of tho state. Tho schools enlisted in Iho raco so far aro Transylvania, fieorgelown, Kentucky Wcsloyan, and Heron. Tho results will not ho dellnitely known until Friday ovon-in- g when Iho contest closes, go a full statement of tho oulcomo cannot bo given until noxt week. Every student should show his school loyalty by boosting tills new e ns much as possible fet one-thir- a i September 21, iOU. TOR CITIZEN Pace Save. wish I could havo written you as new Impressions came, but Iho se OLD CATHEDRAL cond day In Munich, orders wcro FOR THE YOUNOEST READERS given that no mall would bo sent I'll Never Use Tobacco DESTROYED except postal cards written in Ger"I II never use tobacco, no, 1 wrote you "nuf Dcutsoh" man. It is n filthy weed; every few days but I could wrllo I'll never put It In my mouth," nothing dcflnlto for from August EDIFICE SET AFLAME BY SHELLS Said little Robert Held. wo wero absolutely shut off from FRANCE FROM CANNON "Why, thero was Idlo Jerry Jones, the oulsido world except a few Items WILL PROTEST. As dirty as a pig, which the German Government Who smoked when only ten years chose to givo out. Wo did not know old, if any sleamors wcro sailing to And thought it mado blin big. America or not, when II would be THE TWO GREAT ARMIES "Ilo'd puff along Iho open street possihlo to reach tho coast and at As If bo had no shame; llrst even wo feared lo bo arrested. He'd ait beside tho tavern door, All foreigners were regarded with Fight For Nearly a Month, Dig Into And there he'd do the same. Intrenchmenta on River and suspicion especially after England "Ho spent his lime and money, loo, Mountain Range declared war, hut laler tho GovernVERSE TOR THIS WEEK And undo his mother sad; ment issued proclamations which Williin Thy circling arms wo lie, Sho feared a worthies man would quieted tho people. Wo woro Amcrl-ra- u Wilern Nwpnptr Union NVws Service. come 0 fio.ll In Thy Inllnily, London. Reports differ as to the flags and carried identification From such n worthless lad. Our souls In iulet shall abide, papers which wo secured from tho progress of tbo great battle In North "Oh no, I'll never smoko or chew, llcsel willi lovo on ovory side. consul (wo had no passports) and Franco between the allied Ilrltlsh and Anon. Tis very wrong indeed; nrmlus nnd tho Germans. Some I French ,i well. It hurts the health, it makes bad wero trealcd unusually Indicate that there Is extremely heavy To Storo Groon Beans could tell many inlcresllng tales fighting, while others tell of tho great Pack down green string beans in ' breath," aboul llilnps I saw in Munich con- masses of troops lying In flooded Said llltlo Robert Rold. glass jars liolweeii layers of salt. nected with tho war, I saw Iho Da- - trorjehes, many of them at tho stsgo Seal Iho Jars. When required for Says Every Boy Should Havo a variau nrmy mohilie, soldiers, of exhaustion use, froslicn in clear water for sevhorses nnd cannons go olT lo war,' At some points nt least fierce en Flock of Bantams eral hours changing Iho wnlor freIn tho September Woman's Homo all decorated wllh flowers. I novcr gagementB havo been fought with the quently. Companion K. I. Farringlon recom- - heard such singing in all my life tide flowing In one direction and then In thoothcr. Tho allies have won a mends halitams as tho best possible. as that of those German soldiers and position hero nnd tho Germans have Dried Eggs llrcnk any tiiianlity of eggs In a pets for unall hoys. Ho says that a people. Germany Is lighting for ex. gained one there. Hut all reports, ofTI. I was impressed clal nnd othorwlse, agree that there uilnhlo roccptaclo and heal them Hock of flvo or six Is largo enough istenco, it feels. with Iho spirit of deadly earnest in( g much fighting yet to bo done before II with an ecg boater. Spread for n boy to login with. After how lo care for them, ho wliieh they are fending out their any material advantago can bo claim-son- s dill on a thin layer on n clean earth- and brothers in contrast with ed by either side. enwam platter and let them dry lo makes the following comment: Tho Ilrltlsh In the trenches say: "A boy who keeps bantams for a tho trivial interest in Iho war wo paste. Pack rlosoly in glass a "We are slowly heating them hack." few years is likely to acquiro a fond-- 1 saw in hnglnnd jars and ?'nl. Or pour the beaten " " fj Hut lo go back lo Munich. Tho .'"e. . ppps into plass jars and set about a ness for poultry which will remain degree I until with him ns he grows older. Then llrst morning we went to school we cd by BU,)erIor forccg anJ oWgod tQ Ifinperatiiru of 12ft our teacher had to go lo war yield eome ground, this was regained tho moisture is eaporated and the he will begin to keep larger hens found and perhaps find a market for his and Iho school was being used ns almost Immediately. Pool until ppp heroines hard. Deri fur ne. This can then he eggs. 'I bis Is an excellent way for barracks. Several real spies were Franco-Itrltle- In officially nnnounces that the h forces havo been with about throo times any boy lo tlnrl a business of his nreslcd nt first, so for a few days obliged to ducked take the defensive In own. Some boys, and small ones too, every foreipner wns thought to lie tlieir own bulk of cold water and a spy. Hut we all passed through entrenched positions, and that thereboalen up together when they will even make a little money by selling without annoyance. Tho somo fore the result of German attacks are bantams, and bantam eggs." be found to have retained much of Americans were arrested as spies, slow. , Interesting Information has been their oripinal flavor. LIFE IN THE COUNTRY but of course at onco wero freed given out by the Drltlsh admiralty reHow to Open a Jar As I look out of my window nt the when brought before proper off- garding Ilrltlsh succeis and misforItuu a thin knlfo blade under the Holds and tho hills, and hear the icials. tunes In various waters. The British rubber next to tho Jar and press bird sing and walch Iho grain grow Everything in Munich was closed, merchant cruiser Carmanla has sunk ai:aliit the jar firmly. If this does and Iho flowers bloom, it seems to galleries, museums, theaters, con- a German merchant cruiser, supposed nol lei enough air In to rclc.no the mo mat me in mo country nas certs, etc. F.von restaurant music to bo cither tho Cap Trafalgar or the Berlin, off tho coast of South America prpsiuru on the top. place the jar in greater significance for tho national was discontinued. So there wns Koenlgsberg g a deep saucepan of water, bring to than life anywhere else. untiling to do but study and shop. but tho German cruiser British has completely keep boiling a few minknow that the food of tho JIul wo kept comfortable and serene cruiser Pegasus disabled the a boil and We all while the latter wai utes. It will then open easily. nation comes from tho country, but considering wo did not know wheth- overhauling her machinery In Zanzibar now we aro realizing more vividly er wo could gel home at tho ap harbor, killing 25 men and wounding Grape Jelly than ever before that new blood, pointed' time or not. Many Ameri more than three times that number For ripe grape jelly choose an new enthusiasm, the senso of power rnns had dreadful times pelting' ani tno German cruiser Emden hai sweet varieties Hint comes acid prapo as tbo from tho grasp of na- money. For a few days we could- sunk six British merchant steamers Id contain too" much supar, or use ture's secrets and the wisdom that tho Bay of Bengal n't get any, but Prof. In tho fighting around Rhclms the half ripe fruit or equal portions comes from contact with her my our checks so we pot Haerlel cashed along 0. K. matter of greatest general Interest hni of nearly ripe and preen grapes. Merit's, aro tho even more import I had more thrills those days in been tho destruction ot the famoui Wild prapes are excellent. ant contributions of our country Munich than all tho rest of my life. cathedral, one of the most beautiful Little Children Prefer to Be Dirty places to our nation. wish I could tell you how it all im structures In the world, dating back tc The more the boys and girls of pressed me, but cannot, but my the thirteenth century, which Is re In the October Woman's Home nt companion Mary Healon Vorsc, the rural districts express tho heart just ached for Germany as ported to have been pierced by manj powers within litem through well as all tho other nations and German shells and then to have burst writing a story entitled "The Distressing Doubt," tells how Tom and their own Initiative and elTort, the understood as I never did before Into flames. Alice Marcey havo an adventure in moro truly will our nation bo strong what real war means. Wo heard childhood in which they find the and wise nnd righteous. Jcssio Iho wildest rumors in Munich about pearos House anu Ann iiainway3 National Student Iho United Stale.s chartoring forty cottage. It was just perfect. War pood child insufferable and tbo had Wilson Sayre, child adorable. On little children's Leader, Y. W. C. A., Daughter Of ships to send to rescuo the Ameri- wick fulfilled all my ideas of what preference for dirt Mrs. Vorso com- Wowlrow Wilson. cans stranded in Europol Tho last a castle should be, as no other of those I'vo seen havo and Ann Hath-way- 's ments as follows: JEFFESON COUNTY IN THE LEAD few days wo had a glimpse of parts collage is perfect, probably "I'.arly childhood knows no pood of tho Municli gallories which arc IN FORCES ENLISTED AGAINST you have been there. know dean or very fine. or bad. nor does it ILLITERACY This boal is miserable, slow and The American consul arranged dirty Or if it knows, it infinitely dirty. Sweet pink and Jefferson County has moro volun- villi the German government for small and wo have had a frightfully prefers while childhood loves squashlnp teers in Kentucky's illiteracy cam- ?pTinI trains to carry Americans rough trip, racks on the table for tho rose bugs, cleaning llsh and pad-dli- paign than any county in the State. from Munich to tho coast. Thero most part, but we havo been so thankful to bo on our way homo to in mud; it delights in all things Jefferson County School graduates, wero 1800 of our countrymen in ono hundred and two in number, Municli. We left Aug. 10th and re- have been able to sccuro passage at squashy and sticky." reasonable rates. Homo never seem wero the first class of common school ceived a grand sond-of- f. Tho GerWhy Clothes Should Be Boiled graduates in tho State to volunteer mans feel very friendly lo Iho U. S. ed belter lo mo. I have just' been get thero and so impaIn thn October Woman's Homo to each teach ono illiterate. Super- A. and wish lo maintain tho friend- aching t6 tient at the slow passage. Wo saila most practiCompanion appears intendent Orvillc J. Slivers and liest of relations. So all tho Munich of his teachers havo vol- city ofllcials as well as resident ed on tho 27th. Expect to land cal article entitled 'Tho washing of ninety-flv- o author plves a com- unteered to teach moonlight schools. Americans were there to seo us Queheo Tuesday, 8th, early and go Clothes." The plete description of what sho con- Mrs. Will S. Hays, of Louisville, will off. Wo wcro two days and nights at onco to Montreal by rail. It's been a freezing cold passage siders tho best methods in tho wholo seo activo sorvlco in tho Jefferson on tho road, but had a very comfortOno clotheswashinp. Follow- County campaign, as will Mr. J. W. able trip. Thero wero no sleepers, about 20 icebergs yesterday. process of ing is what she has to say about McConalhy, who was president of hut only four of us in a compart- Monday A. M. Wo aro In tho river Quo-hthe Kentucky Kducational Associa- ment, so wo could mako ourselves this A. M. and expect to land at boiling clothes: early tomorrow A. M. I thought quilo comfortable. It was a beauti"Some housekeepers believe in tion somo twenty years ago. I'd mail this at "Father Point" to boiling the clothes beforo rubbing, ful trip throuh tho Black Forest and day so you'd get it quicker. boiling along tho Rhino and tho most inter and some do nol believo in GERMANY IN WAR TIME I felt pretty serious sometimes and at all. Other believo that A Letter from Miss Lucy G. Roberts) esting of my life for nt each sta aom very far away when I couldn't tion and in between wo met with Iho lhos aro mado yellow by boiling. to Her Parents even cablo you from Munich if I'd Dolling does not make clothos Allan Line, It. M. S. Sicilian, greatest ovations speeches, songs, wanted to and to havo you unablo yellow become Clothes yellow. Sept. 4, 1014. etc. Every man, woman nnd child to communicato with mo for so long. improperly aro they when It's a queer feeling to wrilo you along tho way waved his hand at I hopo never to bo so situated again. when thero i3 iron in tho not knowing anything about you us. rinsed, All, thank God, has gono well with Wo arrived at Amsterdam tho 21st, water or a dcpos.it of iron is later than July 1st and not to know mo and I hopo and trust with you, formed from tho boiler, or by tbo what you havo heard from mo. My wero met by tho American Consui soap. On tho other llerlin mail probably reached you and heard somo news. Among other but I hopo never again I'll bo so cut uo of an impuro oil from homo. hand, boiling takes an important so I'll havo to begin willi July 30th, things of Mrs. Wilson's death. Wo dissolution and removal when wo loft there. wero in Amsterdam over night at a pari In tho WORLD NEWS. of the soap which expert houseI am writing this sitting crouohed lovely hotel and had a very interest (Continued from rage Two.) keepers, who know that tho soap upon a stoamcr trunk in tho hall. ing timo. I wrote you there. Wo must bo removed If tbo clothes aro II is freezing on deck and stuffy and hoard thero that tbo S. S. Niagara by tho bombardment to cow the to keep IHnir color and wcnrlng orowded in tho Salon so this is tho was not sailing, very sad nows for us French people through its Catholic lo qualities, will rccognlzo as an then, so it seemed best to go on to feelings; second, that the act was one best I can do. Hading Unit purely of revenge reason why tho clothes Nurnbcrg was charming. I never London willi Iho party whero wo they were unable toafter reurh Paris, and boiled, and boiled after felt so near Medieval History beforo. could got in touch with n main of should bo the third Is tho suggestion that the rubbing. In tlicso days of steriliz- Wo woro to havo pono lo oven an fice of our S. S. Co. Wo crossed Germans wcro simply trying tho acing, it seems lllnogical to accept as older and quainter German town, from Flushing to Folkstono, an all curacy of their artillery alui. clean, unboiled clothes." The opinion Is widespread that this Hothcnburg, tho next day, but tho Sunday trip. We arrived in London act of vaudulUm will havo nil ImInto that night. Monday wo obtainHow to Remove Spots From Your war uows scared us so wo hurried on lo Munich, for fear wo might bo ed a refund order, (tho entire return mense effect In America and Italy. It Floors in Nurnbcrg for somo passage less 10 per cent, agent's fco) Is said that the library in the city Homo stranded In tho October Woman's ball also waa burned. It contnlne.i Companion appears a dcivirtinont wooks time. I wroto you a long loi- from tho French Lino and wcro able 100,000 volumes and was one of the cnllcd "Tho Exchnngo" a depart- ter there hut I fear it never got to sccuro berths on this boat lo richest In literary treasures In the which Prof. Haortel's party had boon world. ment devoted to household ideas through. Wo arrived in Munich Just in transferred. Than wo stnrtod in lo A Massaoonlrlbutcd by loaders. chusetts woman tolls us follows how timo, for tho troops started to mob- unjoy tho three days loft. Wo re galleries which to remove grease spots from floors: ilize tho next day and tho railroads visited somo of tho wero still closed to regular trafllo, widely surpass thoso of Derlin and "So many women grjovo becauso the Beit Munich and did other nico things. potatoes Something that makesforget Us to nasty when you there aro gronso spols on thor when wo left August 10. Cook arrangod to put any tn. kitchen floors and water with any Tho llrst few days wo lived with The lovlicst was a Wednesday. Wo visited amount of scrubbing will not re- a Daronoss, but wo moved later as triii on Ropartoe What we might have just try alcohol to re- (ho living was a triflo light and wo Warwick Castlo, motored to Kenll- move them; to Leamington to lunob, wld ourselves If toe otlwr teUov Ua4 move theo sauio spots, and you will woro too far separated from tho worth then others considering tho situation. I then to Stratford on Avon, Shakes act been so qui ok. bo pleased with tho results." IN THE HOME Children's Column IS SIXDOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door 2-- 17 Berea's Vocational Schools g power, combined witk Training that adds to your money-earningeneral education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commsr-cia- l. FOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with torn vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wm can put you with others like yourself and give chance for moat rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Coarse For thoso who are nol expecting lo leach and who are not going thru Col lego, hut desire more general education. This is just the thing for thoso preparing for med cal studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives Iho best general education for thoso who wish a good start in sludy and expect lo carry it on oy themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect to token. Courses aro so arranged that young people can teach through Um summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their course of stndy. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." l 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course '.T0!.-- This is tho straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Ilirtory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department. 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with its affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g institution. It requires certain well-bein- 1 la-le- np 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 corns from the best families and aro earnest to do well and improve. For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurse withoat extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea live In College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving raluabU training, and getting pay according to the vauo of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of (Ami expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Oar climate is Dm best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THB STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work onlfonas, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which stulents live, charging only enough roon rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without eoffeo or extras, $1.35 a week, in the fall, and $1.50 iu winter for furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantat for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid bat once, and la returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for cars of achoal buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition er of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fas for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 ua4 $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fes and room rant Wf the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM star-vic- es Incidental Fee Room VOCATIONAL AMD FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AOADKMY AND NORMAL $ 6.00 5.G0 $ 6.00 7.00 DOIU1I 9 1M 7.00 Board weeks Amount due Sept. 10, 1014... Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 4, 1914 Total for term 7 0.45 $20.05 9.41 $29.50 9.46 $22.45 9.46 $31.90 M 9234 9.4S flZH $ 7.N oc WINTER TERM Incidental Fee Room Board 6 weeks $ 6.00 6.00 9.00 $29.90 9.00 $29.00 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 7J4 I.M $23J0 9.N tSLM Amount due Jan. 6, 1015 Board 0 weeks due Feb. 17, Total for term 1918 indis-putab- This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for bosks oar laundry. Special Expenses Business. Fall Wintir Spring Stenography and Typewriting.... $14.00 $12.00 $10.99 HM Bookkeeping (brief course) 10.90 14.00 12.00 HM Bookkeeping (regular course).... C.09 7.00 6.00. 11M Business course studies for students in other departments: 9.00 10.50 Stenography 7.50 17.94 Typewriting, with one hour's use 7.00 6.00 6.N 1LM of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. 1.89 . 1.59 Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $1J.00 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 Bame things, when they satgfct be improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new stashes vith some of the best young men and women from other ceunties aa states. Applicants mutt bring or send a testimonial showing that they are above 16 years old, In good hearth, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teaoher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Fall Term openod September 16, 1914. Hurry upl For information or friendly advioo wrlU t las Bssratory, able-bodie- Tll MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Bern, Ky. Page Right. TUR CITIZEN September 24, 1014.. 'lo bo tho death lied of his son; but.bolng 3 to 0 In favor of tlio liomo (tho good Lord who has power spar- - ( Icani. Snturdny tho 10th, Whiles fcd his llfo and ho Is now gelling Station played Paint Lick, winning ivcll Mr. Wyloy Christopher and, with a scoro of 10 to 0. Mr. rtodgor (xlc aro in Bloominglon, III., nl the .lluckcr of Lexington has been spend- betlsluo or llicro son Ora who has.Ing n few days with his parents Mr. been operated on for appendicitis. I and Mrs. I. C. Ruckcr Miss Liza I tolM kM la full j U wter. Tb iim eomos4ioe fiBW4 Messrs Henlon, Wllllo and Leonard, llueker is visiting her slstor, Mrs. ll Mt lor pMfcUoa, kit M u trUnc of tool kit. Wilt pUlBljr. iFielder have returned lo Derca Col- -t Williams in Madison, Itul. Mrs. illcco after n short stav with thnlr. Parks and dntichlW Jnssln linvo rn. ton of London, Ky, passed through ,01110 folks. Mr Lewis Wilson, Ir - turned from the city, where they DEATH Or MISS WILSON ' . Tit nrn Miss Grace Wilson tlepnrlctl this .... iMtrfii n fsr iiumic. iiu linrl tiAin ivituio s posnnasier, iimu uKii iu.uu.u .v.. ttn n and Mr. victor havo been buying their spring mil HOCK - , ,11 life, Sept. 12, 101 1. Graco has tippk nf LVml-rur-f imi pon and iruveiuiK linery. been an obedient child, having casllo counties. (Inspector, was hero recently in bc- a pleasant smile for all slio knew. half of our now poslofllco which OWSLEY COUNTY. Parrot She united wilh (bo Pllol Knob week on official business and got LETTER FROM MR. DAVISON Posoy. Parrot, Sept. 18 Rcv.Poarl Hack-- ) wl" ho 'nulto convenient for this TlniHcl riinrpli In lOAfl nml vn nn Boston, Mass., Posey, Sept. It), Tho Sunday n number of whiskey cases. Would or filled his regular appointment altncck of " ic woods. in hnii. clinch nnd Sept. II, 1014. School Convention held nt tho Cllfty bo glad if they would come again. Irvine Sunday school. of this '1,is I'nco Saturday night and Sun The loss Lambrio Editor "Citizen:" iChuroli Housu Sept. 5 proved n day. Preaching at Letter Box tho ...... irv.,io. sfin, P. r,ln dear sister will bo sadly felt by all Lambrlc, Sept. 12. James IHanlon Yesterday I met Mr. Voso In tho delegates wora second Saturday and Sunday In ov - ,,..st church which was erected hcrcf surcos9- - rl,c who knew her, from several Sunday schools in this and Creed Oney left for Mt. Slerllntr I nubile gardens nnd nftcr a walk cry month. Eorybody come Mr. i,n i,nri ...i.iin o,n .in-n- ii Funeral services were conducted last Saturday with about sixty head! thru South Boston, wo went lo tho Wo had Rovs. at Pilot Knob by Revs. Hudson and Edward Cornelius and Edward Sunday. ?00 was raised for tlio ,,cm,,lty Prso" Snndgrass, Watson, Ramey and of cattle. Tlie stork visited Mr. and evening servlco nt Tromonl Temple. attended church at this place benefit of tho church Ambrose. A largo! ""' Mrs. E. M. Howard and left n flno As sonic of you know, this is tho Sunday Miss Delia Hacker of,,croW(I nttciulel and nico dinner Ap,,VvHI' "9 nn1 ', Rnvo talks. Miss Kau- baby last week. Tho funeral of largest church in New England, Moorcs Creek attended tho meeting (s,,road John Golden and daughter 'ory iu,L'rp-9,in- J MADISON COUNTY seating 3,000, situated In a business 18 year old Andy Richie was preached last Sun "10 beautiful Able Gabbard ,MiMrc(, AIIcn of WillcIlf,slcr. ai Shilo Sunday-- Mr. Bybee daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I). W. day by Rev. M. D. Stacy. Thero block on one of tho lnisliJH streets has completed a chimney to his ,, M Mrs, ,lanie3 Park MPf It was re- of. North America. Mr. Voso said wo Bybee, Sept. 21. Everybody Is dwe ling-C- rops ixi"mis of,,,!i3 ,,lnc0 nml M, M. was a largo attendance a this place tiro qudiard Park and Richard Scud- looking forward lo the great home looking line. People aro beginning l,i(,r nf n0lt Unrw T n ,,.,,.. Strong of Sturgeon wero united ported that the Huntington contract- must roino early but I had not taken ,'or C. aro for coming whioh is to bo held nl Flat to think about saving fodder. Black i i,rnn,,(1 nHn,i0,i at the ,i,ii,fi "'" marriage Ramey brides homo by once. will start tho works again at him seriouslyseals usually theromost Somo of their contractors plenly of vacant in Woods, on Sunday, Sept. 27. Every- Lick school is progressing nicely Sunday Rev. S. K. Sept. 3 Tlioy Vardiman, the little deaf havo started their jobs again.. churches. The service begins at night body is cordially invited lo attend with Mr. Luther Gabbard as teac- and dumb son of C. F. Masters, re- left for Louisville Sept. tOth whoro at seven, hut nt six fifteen when wo Mrs. Aletha Mooro Denton, well herMiss Laura Combs is no better they will inako their home. Wo turned to Danville Wednesday CLAY COUNTY arrived, a crowd was at tho doors, known hero, commited suicide, Mon at this writing. wish thorn n long llfo and happiness. where ho will enter school Mrs Burning Springs when tho doors and at day evening, at her homo in Spring- The Buck Creek Literary Society Rebecca Esles is on tho sick list.Burning Springs, Sept. 18 Mr. T. were opened, a perfect mullltudo Held, Ohio, by cutting her throat ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Quite shoe drummer, Is poured In. It was tho most rcinark-ab- lo with a razor. Her body was brought church Gauley sight I havo soon In a long ouisvillo for n few services hero .for burial. Funeral Gauley, Sept. 18 There is a pro- oniilmtr 0 lie Rawlings has time. A half hour beforo tho meetwere conducted hero Thursday afta part in tho Society Sunday meeting at Now Bethel this linriinn.i ernoon at tho Methodist' church by tracted jciiooi ai uifty is progressing nice Bono to Berea College to tako Iho ing was scheduled lo begin and ov- week conducted by Rev. H. L. PonDomestic Science course. A great. ory seat was tilled, men and women Hev. Williams. Sbo leaves a husy with kooc! "yae attendance-"- Sor on tlifc lib, Mr. W. band, two small children and a host derMarried Pryse, Sept. 15 Sunday school isighum" making lias begun nnd thero crowd attended the Missionary Bap-- 1 at the doorways and olhoxs turnod E. Bullock In Miss Minny Shcphard I have seen this happen at of friends to mourn her death.. . i o need of any body not being list Association on Laurel Creek away. of Gauley by Rev. D. Parker Mr. (Still in progress with good attend-- ) la!t Saturday and Sunday The, special services, at great conven-diu'to- rs lo,h.ert Dubin of from ,,s." ?ce ' Frank Ponder, who has been work- -' Hickory Plain V?nho I report Mr. II. Thompson to Hons like that at Kansas City but, regular appoint-- 1 a i'Sat on niled Association Hickory Plain, Sept. 21. Mrs. V. ing at St. Louis is with home folks " this was merely a regular preach ho seriously aflliclotl with a paraly Sunday.-Sov- eral 10 at Mncent Heights today. ,nrst F. M. Ponder is sick All kinds of peoplo T. Roberts has partially recovered this week-- Mr. tic stroke which occured whilo ho ing service. ,from this place attended tho Now' Conklinu frock-roatthere from somo severe bruises sustained with lagrippo this week Mr. S. E. was at work in the corn field Wed wero mecung in Leo conkllng, Sept 10The entire nesday ' salute--, workmen uncnmforl- from the overturning of her buggy Kelly is able to bo out again Mr.1,, evening Mr. Green Allen 'Col"y .. "rst Sunday, inst. All j eommunity was sadly shocked Sun- some weeks past. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bullock is at home this week hns moved his family to Annville nl,1 ' "'f? collars, shop girls and I Back Bay ladles. Kiah McKceban have returned from from Bell County Mr. A. J. Sams where bo Is building houses). I a Baptist association near Scaffold is very poorly at this writing Fod Much interest is being manifested! ,rilM' ,0 nntl 0,11 w,iat bought them Tho music Cane Tho Utile son of J. L. Abncr der saving is all the go in this part. in a cannlntr factory to he lornled . I'ere in such numbers. JEWELS. Mrs. H. L. Ponder is on the sick was good with Mine. Colvert and tho no. Kct. W. O. Cv Oio.F Iloor, bj fn. is very low of dipthcria. Mr. and I no Fruit Clrowcrs Here AssociaMrs. Pleas Evans are enjoying a list. Corn crop is better than peotion are about to order many thous- Lotus Male quartet, a chorus and rttr-- v visit in Illinois with their son John ple thought. ands of fruit trees for fall planting. Dr. Myers preached a good sermon. uu It was not sensational, not a caterthis week. Mr. Pall Cornelisqn is 1. When lleroinctb. whi'ti he romrtb To tntir up Ills Rockford. 2. lie Mill Kthtr. Hi- - Mill 6MI11T The genii (nr lilt ing to the crowd but a plain gospel on sick list this week. Wiley HarRockford, Sept. 20 Wo are havLEE COUNTY . 3. Lit tie lit tie chlMreu, Wbo lore their lie iiiCfMago. Here, at 'Fremont Temple, ris has been spending a few days ing somo vory whrm whither. Trilby with family of J. L. Cornelison. Farmers are beginning to cut corn Trilby, Sept. 15 Crops arc look- the inessngo is proved to havo lost Protracted meeting at Whites Sta land plow for wheat The associaing tine in thin vicinity Mr. J. II. nno of its power to draw thoso tion closed last week with several tion known as Land Mark held at Fanner has boon down in Madison who need to hear it. Besides Dr. Meyers the church additions. Misses Gertrude and Macedonia, closed Sat. witli quite Cmnty for the past week on busi-ne.- w I L. L. Ethel Terrill and brothers Harold ia crowd present and very good beMiss Alva Goocey and Utile requires tho service of soven assistcwel, Ainil)fwrl, jirvcloui Jewell, IIU lorert and lllinwn. and Raymond have entered school havior. Several delegates from difllltkr fitt.i. illtkikrlrkt '. Illiliitnl anl HIiowd. Mao Daniel haw gone down lo Boron tants, and their outreach seems prvcloui Jeirel, Illilott'.lanJ III ohii. ilffmor, Are Iht'Juw at Berea. ferent churches present, nnd the to attend school, Business is gel- equal to their inreach as they supIministers numbered eight or ten. ling dull In this vicinity. Nearly port six missionaries, three native Walnut Meadow 'Among the number was Rev. F. everything is shutting down Mr. J. evangelists and flvo Hible women. CIIOUl'S. On my way homo I stopped to Walnut Meadow, Sept. 20, Old P. Bryant of Cartersviile. Ky Tho II. Jackson has been selling a lot of hear a Socialist speaking on Colum- -, Aunt America Vaughn, who has been Iprolracted meeting held at Scafnice watermelons, for tho past confined to her bed for more than a fold Cane lately conducted by Rev. more is iing a new bus Ave. Ho was picturing tho iwo weeKs Like the ilin of the morn lne. llli bright crown great beyond IV. J. Pike and Rev. Edgar Allen of year passed in to the church house built near Ml. Fil.io.!:yi,':,'lh "f "i" .(,,,"!"ch of .wh,.ch Sept. 19. Funeral Sunday evening iMt. Vernon closed with 17 addiSchool houso will be ready for Phillips Ilrooks had been pastor for at the home of Mr. James Hudson; tions; 10 by baptism, t ladies and service in about two or three W years Trinity Episcopal ami made quite a hit with his crowd by burial in the family cemetery at 112 men and boys H. E. Bullen weeks. akiiiK if Jesus. Iho. lowly Nazarenc, Meniliss. She was ninety years old. Iwhile plowing Saturday; gnt his BEREA HOUSES TO RENT could have lived in Boston as pastor She had been a member of the iteam entangled in a bumble-bee- s uornlng, Thej ibill ihlne In litlr Wtitf , Brijkt The college has several houses to of Trinity Church for forty years hr III tnwi. Glade Christian Church for seventy nest which caused them to run rent at rates ranging from 13.00 to and never have offended or disturbyears. Revival meetings at Silver nway. No damage done Rov. G. E. $22.50 per month. PFSFlgrg (ad) ed his congregations. Creek was postponed a week and 'Childress and wifo wero in this I am located at my work nt tho Thomas J. Osborne, Treasurer. begins Sept. 22, conducted by Rev. neighborhood Saturday Mrs. M. J. Y. M. C. A. If any Borea peoplo C. T. Brookshire. Revival meetings (Todd who lias hoen siifferincr wilh WONDERFUL CROPS IN IOWA AND come this way I should liko them to being conducted at tho Glade ta trouble In her side is some bet- - 'ircnort are a nico time Mrs. J. W. Nor lay when tho news was learned of lot me know of their arrival or if SOUTH DAKOTA chufch by Rov. Walker. Mrs. yer I'reston Stephens who haston and children are visiting her tho tragic death of Edgar Wilson Ogg and Mrs. Charlie Ander- iiecn ill for a In tho current Issue of "Farm and I can act In any way as a Boston few days is improv- - parents at St. Helens, Ky., this week who was found dead in tho river agent for Borea, I shall bo glad. Firesldo" contributor says: son of this place attended tho burial inc Daddy Todd was in Rockford Several from this plac attended 'just above the mouth of Island Cordially, "Western Iowa lias marvelous of Addio Cook at Scaffold Cane cem- last wcck to meet tho Sheriff. Dad court at Irvine Monday After last Creek. He was 10 years old and was crops, crops Waldo B. Davison. etery .Several of tho boys and girls dy's eye-sig- ht that on an averago will is fast failing. To give .iweck's cood rains it is considerably 'the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Wil-(so- n. of this vicinity entered school at top his paper reading will never be excelled: and South Dakota be hard, cooler. Tho bereaved parents have the has the same. Berea College Sept. 10. Mrs. Bonja-m- in There havo been MARKETS J. L. Martin got one of his mules (sympathy of tho community Mrs. abundant rains where tho rain was CINCINNATI wiu Campbell of Cottonsburg spent brippled a few days ago. Mattio Baker is seriously ill and Is most needed. Witt, Sept. 17 Teachers nssocia Sunday with her mother, Mrs. HanBoone tion will bo hald at Station Camp not expected to live Eld. J. W. Corn No. 1 white S2082Hc. No. "Thero is a belter feeling In tho nah Shocklcy. Harvey James is Boone, Sept. 20, People aro busy JSaturday. Sent. 19th Several from lAnderson is attending tho Red Bird country, building a barn to house his feed. and farmers and business whilo4 81H3 82C, No. 3 white SlffSlHe, No. white 80l481c. No. 1 yellow lin Iho fodder and tho weather islhis place attended court at Irvine .association at Rock Castlo church men aro beglnnig to feel that even 81c. No. 2 yellow 7980c. No. 3 yellow Mr. C. C Christman gave Mr. Carfine Mr. G. L. Wren and A. B- - Blair (Monday Misses Etta and Lena in Clay county. witli a Democratic administration 78V4fi79c. No. 4 yellow 78ff78V4c No. los Mooro a maro and returned from tho Mountain .Messrs. Leonard and Levi sixty flvo dollars, for a the country is not yet going to tho 1 mixed 79'4c. No. 2 mixed 7878V4c, No. 3 mixed 7714 ft 78c. No. i mixed ties last week with" somo fine BREATHITT COUNTY who have been visiting ." horse. Hurrah for the Citizen! 7777Hc. while ear 82r84c. yellow tie and sheep Mr. Newton Miracle friends and relatives hero have , Lambric ear 83ff 86c, mixed ear 80tf82c. JACKSON COUNTY. has returned from Estill and ndjoln- - returned to their homo in W. . Lambric, Sept. 18. Tho farmers Hay No. 1 timothy I18.2518.D0, ling counties with 33 head of flno Middlotown, O Mr. Will McKee Short in this vicinity aro very busy savNo. 2 timothy $lG.2.r.Cf 10.50, No. 3 tlm SOME GOOD BARGAINS otby SMtfM.CO, No. 1 clover mixed M McKeo, Sept 21. The Rev. Clar- cattle Mr. Joseph Lovelt has mov- - is very sick at this writing Sever ing their fodder, Mack Stacy a Hero wo aro wilh another lot of 118, No. 2 clover mixed $16. No. 1 clo- , ... I '1 0 I n( I .. In linn Hnllnl. ,a tho ifarmer-citize- n 11113 ence Sipplo of London filled his ap- v.. uam in m.n inius.. .1115. UL'11UU 1.1 IIUIII 11.1. )IUUU .11 illll'IIUCU of Breathitt died at good offers. Who can beat themf ver $17, No. 2 clover $1D. pointment at tho M E church Sun- Gabbard has moved from Berea to teachers' association at Sand Hill his homo in Knott county last week. Oats No. 2 white tOVatfGOc. standTho Citizon for one year and tho day. Saturday Thero ia being several Hugh M. Collier left for Boone. Gaff Syms and wifo havo return- Evening Post till Jan. 1, 1015 and ard .949Hc. No. 3 white 4814049c, No. 4 whlto 4(ifl 4714c. No. 2 mixed 48 MondaSy Loxington apple peelings in this vicinity. where ho ed from Illinois, where they spent a 10 pago War Atlas all for 12.00. 04814c, No. 3 mixed 4704714c. LETCHER COUNTY will bo a student at Stalo Unitho past six months. They say they Tho Courior Journal nnd The CitiWheat No. 2 red $1.1001.12. No. 1 GARRARD. is Ills second year in versity, this Whitesburg. cannot find any placo like old Ken- zen one year for $0.40. Tho samo for red J1.08W1.09, No. 4 red $1.0101.05. Poultry Hcna, 414 lbs and over, college. Stanley Englo Whitesburg, Sept. 21 Teachers' and two tucky. Memorial meeting was hold six months, $3.70 or for three months Paint Lick. 1614c; over 3 Ibi, 15c; 3 lbs and unsisters Misses Grace and Verna have lassocialion of Div. No. i will bo Paint Lick, Sept. 20 Mr. nnd Mrs. at the McQuino graveyard last Sat- $2.35. der, 14c; rooster, 10c; springer. 14 returned to Berea to bo in school. held nt tho schoolhouso of Sub. DIs- - 'Bennett Roopo who wero hero a few urday and Sunday in moinory of Tho Citizen and Tho Cincinnati lb and over, 1414c; under 1V4 lb, 1514c; Miss Emma Sparks who is leaching 'No. 8, head of Pert creek, Saturday, weeks ngo from Frankfort havo re- - lAunt Rob Pattoiu It was largest Post for one year $3.00. For six young uprlng ducks, 4 lbs and over, over 3 lbs, 13c; 14ci near Horso Lick, was visiting her Sept. 20, lOii. There will bo an . turned ngain to finish their vacation. Withering that has been at that months $2.1 C. For threo months $1.70. ducks,spring ducks, 3 white,-undelbs, 12c; colored, parents Saturday. Mr. Roy Horns-h- y hduoatlonal Association at Hind- - Rev. Godby Is to bo tho pastor of ilaco for years. Tho services wero 11c; youiiR turkeys, 5 lbs and over, of Detriot, Mich., is visiting his 'man Oct. 2. 1911 Dr. Thomnson. of illio M. E. church ntrain tills voar of conducted by Rov. Joseph Pulgh and 15c; turkeys, toms, 1614c; turkoys, 9 Baltlo Creek, Mich., Sept. 11. brother Dr. Will Hornsby for sev- Louisville, lectured do tho Hlgh!twhich all aro very glad The re- - Charley Patton and others. On last Claud Buchanan and C. M. Franklin lbs and over 1614c, cull turkoys 8c. firsts firsts Kkrs eral days. Mr. D. G. Collier who School pupils of Letcher county, vival mooting held at Ml.'TaborcIos- - Sunday thero wero two more Bchool of Berea, who havo been visiting In ordinary l'rlmo 26c, 2514c, 18c. 24c, seconds firsts has been having somo repairs done Thursday afternoon-- Dr. Hunter, of rod last Friday night. Tlioy had a houses in this vicinity broken into tho city for soipo timo enjoyed the Cattle Shippers $7.5008.40, extra on his house, has them about com- homersot, hy., preached In Whites- - Stood meeting with soveral conver- - and a lot of books taken. Tho burg- privilege of a trip through the $8.508.75; butcher steers, extra $7.00 pleted. Dr. Lock of Barbourville liurg Thursday ovenlng Edna, tho Jsions. Quito an interesting ball lar is not yet known Tho U. S. Posttim Cereal Co. Ltd., on Wednes- 05, Rood to choice $7f?7.G0, common fair $5.5006.75; heifers, extra who has been in tho county for llttlo ld daughter of Mr.Jgamo was played betweon Pt. Lick Revenuo Collectors and Deputy U. day afternoon. With other guests to 7.75, good to choice $0.5007.25, $7.50 two weeks has returned home. mud Mrs. U. U. Croft, who was tak- - and Borea last week. Tho scoro S. Marshal woro in this vicinity last they wero shown every process in to fair $4.75f?6.40; cows, extra mn to Loxington a few days ago for Bond. tho manufacture of Postum, Grape $6.25ft6.50, good to choice $5.5006.15, Bond, Sept. 21. Fanners aro very miedical treatment, died on tho Nuts and other food products mado common to fair $3.5005.25; canners $3.5004.25. busy saving fodder. Crops aro bet- train whilo returning home, Thurs hy his tlrin, ono of the largDulls IloloKiia $606.50, extra $6.60 ter than wcro expected Granville day, about 0 o'clock near Beattyvillo.J pure food plants In the world. 06. C5, fat bulls $6.50 0 6.75. est Calves Extra $11.50, fair to Rood Riley is still on tho sick list. Win. Mrs. inner neius died last Wed The art gallery In tho administraWe have in our organization Mr. Ed Scrivncr, Begjey and wifo of London aro nesday night. Sho was one tion building was ono of the most f7.750U.25, common and largo $5.50 of OH. the telephone expert. Mr. Scrivncr is the best visiting in this vicinity Jack How- iWhitcsburg's precious mothors. attractive features of the visit, as Hogs Packers and butchers steady; ard, G. A. So tile, Tom Brewer, and tho privalo collection of tho lato Unlit shippers and pigs 10c lower. Sechance to cure any trouble on your gas engine, or C. W. Post, which it on exhibition lected heavy shippers $9.3009.40, Rood Charlio Baldwin aro working on tho ESTILL COUNTY gas or electric light plant. If you get hung up butchers Company Mill site. Jim Truett and there, contains many wonderful to choice packers and$9.2509.35, $9,350 Iron Mound. 9.40, mixed packers stags call us up. We can save you trouble, time and paintings in oils and water colors $4.75 0 7.25, common to choice heavy Edmund Murray returned recently Iron Mound, Sept. 20 Mrs. money. by somp of tho world's great ar- fat sows $5.7508.35, extra $8.40. from Clay Co., where they havo been Stone, who has been suffering Sheep Extra $5.25, Rood to choice tists, together with valuablo building a chimney for Robert Mu- with stomach troublo for somo time, HENRY LENGFELLNER $4.7505.20. common to fair $2.7504.65. Includf)ng rrayWin. Truett, Jr., of Annville wo aro sorry to say is no betnul jftatuaryt Lambs Extra $8.50, good to choice Tmtkep oa Jackawi Street, , Ky. 7 or 187 Iho Voiled Lady a inarvalous speci- $808.40, common to fair I5.7507.7S, attended Sunday School at Pigeon tor. Mr. Howard Hill was called lo culls $4.5005. men of tho sculptor's art. Jloost yesterday. Preston Ponnlng- - Louisville Sunday to what wa8 thot East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else 1 1 ( ... Don't say Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zaring's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. al-w- ay ! Jop-Slro- np i, ,,, Mr. I six-thirt- y, - Ri!s T?' ' gray-haire- d, ed 111 1 thll-lrvti- I I - Si-re- na I two-year-- Coun-iHoski- ns, bow-wows- I 1-.- 1 . i four-year-o- corn-cor- n NOTICE! Do-di- tap-istri- es Berea Trained Teachers Satisfy Parents and Pupils