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BOWMAN, AwbUnt a Mnfr Xitifrtii at IV IWoV nl flam nnUmntltt Btrn, AY, M trtnrul Devoted to ttie Interests of tlie DEHEA, MADISON COUNTY.KENTUCKY, The Citizen ovLCitgiiii OCTOBER I, 1014. Knowlcdgo In power and the way lo keep up wilh modern knowledge is lo read a good newspaper. Focyple One Dollar Vol. XVI. Flvo Cents a Copy. a Year. No. H. Americans and "Dagoes" Some people call Italians and other foreigners in our country "Dagoes." We do not believe that it is Christian or gentlemanly to call nny human being by a term of reproach. The man, who comes from Italy or any other part of the old world, comes to America because he believes America is better than his own country. That means, he believes in America. Certainly, we ought to have some kindly feeling towards a man who believes in our country! If the average. American Is better than the average foreigner it is largely because the American has had a better chance. So it is not a thing to boast about but to be grateful for. The foreigners commit more crime on the average than Americans but this is partly owing to the fact that they are strangers, unacquainted with our laws and excited by the great change from the old world to the new. The great majority of foreigners become industrious and law abiding citizens. Many of the eastern states make great efforts to give them education and here is something every American ought to make note off the foreigners are doing their best to go. to school and learn. The State provides the schools and the foreign children attend, and the result is they are getting ahead of a great many American children who neglect the schools. What will happen thirty years from now if the children of the foreigners get the best education and our children neglect it? NATIONAL PRINCE ADELBERT Third Son of the Kaiser Diet From Battle Wound. PRAYER DAY; FAD M A.TF J ivy iv i lmv;w SUNDAY. OCTOBER 4,1914Zmi The Hunter One of the best ways of having a good time is to take a gun, a pair of dogs and a friend, and stroll through the woods and fields in search of game. The hunting in Kentucky has been carried on so constantly that most of our game has become very scarce. We seldom ever see a wild turkey in these days. Now the wise men at Frankfort have passed certain game laws which everybody ought to know and observe. The game laws are intended to help the hunter by giving him something to bunt year after year. Any man who can put "two and two together" and think ahead even few years will stand up for the game laws. CONTENTS. PAGE 1. Americans and "Dagoes" terrible sacrifice; and, "(Qhercas, In this as in all things it is our privilege and duty to seeh counsel and succor of Hlmight? God, humbling ourselves before him. confessing our weariness and our lach of any wisdom equal to these things; and, "dbereas. It is the especial wish and longing of the people of the dnited States, in prayer and counsel and M friendliness, to serve the cause of peace, "Chertfore, I, doodrow Olilson, president of the United States of Hmerica, do designate Sunday, the fourth day of October nest, a day of prayer and supplication and do request all 6od fearing persons to repair on that day to their places of worship, there to unite their petitions to Hlmighty God. that, overruling the counsel of men. setting straight the things they cannot govern or alter, tailing pity on the nations now in the throes of conflict, in his mercy and goodness showing a way where men can see none, he vouchsafe his children to heal again and restore once more that concord among men and nations without which there can be neither happiness nor true friendship nor any wholesome, fruit of toll or thought in the world, praying also to this end that be forgive us our sins, our Ignorance of his holy will, our willfulness and many errors, and lead us in the paths of obedience to places of vision and to thoughts and counsels that purge and mane wise." " Crjhereio, Great nations of the world bate taken up anna against one another and war. now draws millions of men Into battle whom the counsel of statesmen have not been able to save from the President "Hoodrow OKleon, by proclamation, bae appofntcd Sunday, Oct. 4, a national day of prayer for peace In 6urope and called upon all God fearing pereone to gather In church on that day and petftfon Hlmfghty God to heal again and restore once more concord among men and nations. Che proclamation follows: Ghent, Sept. 29. It Is reported here Adelbert, third son of the kaiser, has died In a hospital, the result of a wound received from a shell. A Ilelglan doctor who had served at the hospital is the source of that Prince aratlons have been made, had atTlast begun. Now It has already ended, and the Germans are In retreat, shelling the works of Ossowlezcz as they' go. "Thoy came across the border at four points. The most southerly was close to Kallscz, where they occupied the district of Warta, and suffered heavy defeats at Sleradz. Another force advanced other Invaded the government of Lorn-znear WInezenta, and was definitely defeated." Closing In on Germany. to Mlawa. while ana, Tho Hunter The Health MastPrayer Day for Peace Kentucky News U. New -- War News. er -- Nat ioii.il PAGE 2. Mere.. just from European War Zone Sermon Walking with f!oil. S. S. Lesson. Mountain Atrrirulture Keren's Corn Show Farm Fact Hack to the Hihlo War Time iiiuir. Coining Events-C- ity Lo- PAGE 3. PAGE 4. PAGE 5. cals College Items. Loral News. The PAGE 6. The Land of Ilroken Prom- ises Shrewd Sammis Thief of Lost Swamp. PAGE 7. Home-Childr- en's In the Column Hoy Scouts of Amer- ica. PAGE 8. Kentucky News iVaco Prayers suggested for 'Church Services Ocltther Uli. K. HERE WE ARE AGAIN Tho siKJolal features of this week are very instructive and ought lo create within us a deeper appreci and ation of our laud of peace iuicl. Don't fail (j read President w ilson s prociaiitation for prayer on I hit llh. Head imi page 8 tho sentiments of great men expressed in prayer to our Heavenly Father. Can you not join us in living like expression. I he great is annual corn show pi vn in detail on the farm page, Don't fail to read the line line of pivmiums to he given away on that great day. Keep the dale in mind At the top of (Mir local page you will tlinl the coming events. Take them in as they come and he happy. Head (lie letter from Mr. Karnnsh II is full of information just ftvsh from across the waters where the war is on. We have lo leave out some of the interesting news from East Ky, We have had so many good things in our llles lo give you that wo are cutting them a little short this week. Look out for a good letter next week from an Englishman's view point of the terrible war in Europe. You can keep up with the times by reading these personal letters from our friends. 4 IN OUR OWN STATE UNITED STATES NEWS GERMAN ARMY IN National Prohibition Propaganda. The "Drys" line up for big battle against the liquor tralllc. Thero is to lie formed a nation wido "Hying squadron" itinerary which aims to bring together all tho various or- Invasion of Russian Poland Is ganizations opposed to tho liquor Frustrated. forces. It is to start at Peoria, 111., swing around the country and end up in the spring with a big demonstration at Chicago. Its object is SUFFERRED A HEAVY LOSS to create harmony among all organizations and make a combined at tack on tho next Congress in be From Reports Rcelved In London 11 half of a national prohibition stat It Apparent That the Kaiser's Often-Iv- e ute. Operation Designed to Overrun THE HEALTH MASTER Chapters from the book so entitled by Samuel Hopkint Adimt, published by miaalon of Houghton Mifflin Company. A per FAMILY SOHOOL Lesson on Air atmosphere and not feel tho ovil effects. Pittsburg is as bad, and Cincinnati and Cleveland aren't much belter. Wo savo on hard coal and and loso in and human life, in our soft-co- al cities. When I go lo any of them I pick tho topmost room In tho highest hotel I can And, and thus get ahovo tho worst of It." "Don't tell mo that New York Is unfit (o lircatlio inl" said Mrs. Clyde, with n woman's lovo for tho metropolis "Thus far It's pretty clean. Tho worst thing about Now York Is that Ihoy their strocls and throw all tho dust (hero is right in your face. Tho next worst is Clio subway. When niialysis was made of tho tubo's air," tho experimenters woro surprised to find very few germs. Hut thoy were shocked to llud tho ntmosphero Ifull of tiny splinters Qf steel. It's oven worso (o brcalho steel than to brcalho coal." (Continued on pire Two.) smoko-consumors, dl-sedry-swoop "Now let mo give a lesson on broalhing." Young Manny Clydo grinned. "What's tho use, Dr. Strong?" ho said. "Nothing lo brcalho but air, you know." "True enough, youngster; but you can pick your air lo soma extent, so It's worth whilo to know whero it's gjiod mid where, it's bad. It Toko Chicago, for instance has a very high pneumonia rato, and no wonder! Tho air I hero is u whirling mass of soot. After breathing that stuff a while, tho lungs loso something of their power to and tho pncumococcus baoillus that's tho litllo follow that brings pneumonia and Is always hanging about, looking for an opening in unprotected breathing apparatus gets in his deadly work. Somowhoro I'vo seon It stated that ono railroad alono which runs through Chicago deposits moro than a ton of cinders per year on every aero of ground bordering on its track. Now, no man can brealho that kind of on ro-si- at, Monday's Vote On Liquor. Nine of the twelve counties that last voted on the liquor question Monday went dry. This means that less saloons there are ninety-on- o in the said territory. Anderson, Henderson and Fayette Counties prefer tins existence of the saloons by their votes cast. They have in their midst ICtf curses to blast the future of their youths. Coal Industry in Eastern Kentucky Was Never Better Whiteshurg, Ky. That the coal industry in Eastern Kentucky was never better is thoroughly evidenced by the great toimago that is now being shipped out from tho differShip ent plants in this section. ments from tho Uoono's Fork and F.lkhorn Creek sections, tho Jenklns- Mclloherls Ileitis am especially active, the different operating companies doing everything possible in order to supply the demand. Doth the l.oxlnglon & Eastern and the Haiti more & Ohio are really taxed to tho limit to handle the big output, which has increased wonderfully during the past mouth. It is said the only line of work is the coal business that has been benellted by the F.uropcau war. Mountain nd EAST RETREATING The Russians are now progressing on all sides toward German territory. General Rennenkampf has sent1' a strong force Into Hast Prussia, In the direction of Koentgsberg, while using his main army to prevent the Germans from crossing the River Wleman and striking at Grodno, the railway key to the Vllna river and Warsaw. These operations are comparatively unimportant, Russia Is compelling Germany to maintain a large force In Hast Prussia, while she attacks violently the line to the south and continues to press her Gallclan advance against Cracow. Tho whole Russian advance Is In the shape of a vast crescent extending about 200 miles from Its northern point east of Koentgsberg to its eastern point In Gallcla. Correspondents assert that Russia Is employing not less than 3,000,000 troops along this semi circle, and the Germans with Austrian assistance are concentrating probably 1,500,000. MEXICAN REVOLT TO BE PUSHED Chihuahua City, Mexico. Immedi- Joint Trade Trip Dies Lexington, Ky., Sept. 25. Col. Harrison T. Groom, a prominent business man of Lexington ami (room, Texas, died at his homo here Inst night after a protracted illness, aged seventy. Col. Groom wus the son of Bon T. Groom, for years a widely-know- n shorthorn breeder of Chirk county and inherited n considerable fortune from his father in real estato hero and a large ranch in Texas. He formerly published a trade journal hero known ns Tho Indus trial American after the suspension of which ho spent much of his timo (Continued on Page 5.) Col. Groom or all kinds in Central and South America, Chicago merchants and New Orleans men are joining their forces for a 7i days trip to the different ports of theso countries as a preliminary visit for tho big sam-p- lo ship, that is to go later to all the S. A. ports. This means getting business from these countries that was formerly controlled by tho nations across the water who aro now involved in war. Will Try To Secure, Loan For Tennessee. Washington, Sept. 21. Secretary McAdoo issued tho following statement because of an alleged refusal of National Hanks to extend credit: "Senator I.ea, of Tennessee, hii forms me that tho Stato of Tennessee has $1,000,000 of short term notes, maturing October I; that tho Slate desires to renew or extend of these notes; that a commission representing tho State has been in Now York for some timo trying to effect this loan, but without success. "It is preposterous that ono of the great Stales of tho Union should find it Impossible lo proouro from tho banks such u comparatively small amount of money.' Senator (Continued on to Ports on Gulf To Begin October IS. ..... ... 1. 1. i i i .. Ull .ILXUUUl OI Dig IICIMillUl 01 gUUUS Thrown ate resignation of Gen. Venustlano Carranza as first chief of the Constitutionalists Is the only basis on which Gen. Francisco Villa will agree to settlement of difference between himself and Carranza. This was his reply to messages from officials in Mexico City, who protested against his attitude toPoland and Capture Warsaw Has ward Carranza. Villa declared he never would accept Carranza as head of th Not Only Been Halted, but Has Bun republic. Back. rtome, Sept. 29. Ailatle cholera Is raging among wounded Austrian soldiers abandoned In Gallcla. In thrir TERSE TELEGRAMS nv Kltbt.) hurried withdrawal the Austrlans left Milwaukee won the pennant In the behind hundreds of victims of the American Association of baseball clubs plague, who are being cared for In for the season just ended. all along tho line of retreat. A large French battleship Is reportCorrespondents ed to have been destroyed by the AusLondon, Sept 29. of London newspapers report front trian forts on the bay of Cattaro. A German dirigible balloon dropped Petrograd that a German army has been decisively defeated by the Rus- a bomb Into a schoolhouse at Dlelo-stol- t, Russia, killing eleven children. sians In a battle southenst of Kallact The Albanian senate has chosen and that tho great (lermun Invasion of Russian Poland has recoiled upon tho Prince Hddtn, son of the deposed sulRiver Warta. tan Abdul Ilamld, as Prince of AlbaThis Indicates that the nia. line of German defense already Two German aeroplanes flew over has been attacked by the Russian Calais and Iloulogne, throwing bombs acting Independently of tbo which caused some damage In both armies czar's forces In Hast Prussia and In cities. Gallcla. It the news of a German reThe Germans bombarded the counverse near Kallscz Is true, tho Russian try home of President Polncare at buttlo lino has straightened from East Sauiplguy, In tho department of the Prussia to Gallcla and Russia Is now Meuse. striking vigorously and simultaneous, The Jones bill, providing for the ully with left wins, center and right timate Independence of the Philipwing. pines, Is now thu subject of general Tho correspondent of the Dally debato In thu house. Chronicle learns hi Petrograd that tbo Tho finnucial statements of the German offensive designed to overrun Poland and capture Warsaw, has not banks of llerllu are to tho effect that only been halted, but baa been thrown Germany has enough money to carry on the war for n year. back In four places. Governors of six of the cotton-grow- . "It appeared last night," tho Chronicle says, "as If the battle In the west ing states met in Washington to conof Itusslafor which vas Germaa.prep- - sider a plan for the financing and mar ketlng of the cotton crop. laz-are- ts Kallscz-Crr.-co- Berea is Open-1,0- 00 Students-- A Good Place for YOU! i Page Two. THE CITtZRN Oclobor 1, 1014. A FAMILY SCHOOL pcaco, arsenals emptied of their donr iwiucnco and oxperienco. I re arms, and military trains began (Continued from pago 1) rushing their human freight to tfic "Any railroad track must bo bad, member in my collcgo days that tho I a family newtpspsr for ill that right, frontier?. Europe, tho pivot of civwinter term was considered to bo true and Interesting. then," said Mr. Clyde. most dlnicull In every year. Tho ilization becamo onco more tho prey necessarily. A steam rail- Iho "Not rubtinhtd every ThurwUy at Berte, Kjr, of Mars and began to shift nnd surge road track runs mostly in tho open, curriculum didn't seem lo show, but uvcry professor and ovory under Into a now condition of being. BEREA PUBLISHING CO.' nnd that great cleaner, tho wind, (InrnrpnrntrH) Mr. Sellers nnd myself found our- takes caro of most of tho troublo Bradualo knew it. Bad air, thai': WM. C. FROST, EditorJnOiUf selves stranded finally in tho small it stirs up. By tho way, tho oheap-c- r nil. Tho recitation rooms wero kept C. II. WERTENBERGER, M.n.tint Editor town of Iglau, in tho ancient proyou travel, tho belter you trav- tightly closed. Tho human brain Br REV.UW.C03NE1X (Nr K. O. BHM.K118, Dlrfctor Bunds? F. O. BOWMAN. AMitUnt M can't burn carbon mil get a bright Nchnol (iurr. Moody Illble Institute, vince of Mahrcn in northorn Aus- el." Aalrtulla tlx Da Subscription Ratos Chl(ga) flaino iulclllgcnco without a good tria. All transportation of civilians MooJr DAI. laMttnto, Oilcaaa "That sounds liko ono of thoso draft, of rAVAtlUtlN AIIVANCK nnd tho breathing is Iho fi.co had boon suspended on tho railroads; maxims of tho many that only tho One Year . to .. LESSON FOR OCTOBER 4 f3 Month! draft. Now, on tho ovldcnco of Three Months is every bridge, Junction nnd cross few believe," remarked Mrs. Clyde Charley's teacher, whon wlnlc "Vim xvnn'l nrndlen II. tinl vnn roads was gnarled by armed soldiers, TKXT -- "And Knoch wnlkul with Ooil, CHRIST ANOINTED FOR BURIAL. or HipreM Money Send money by percentages go down, nl .,rK. i,.,iinv. ii Order. Draft, Registered Letter, or one and two and it fared ill with any stranger nnil bo wna not; for Ood took him. 1,10 8amo cent itampf. (Irneals 5:24. dayi1'1'0"8" . 1lcssos 1 I.KflHON TKXT-M- rk The date after your name on label nhowi to who hnd no means of identification. doctor. "The atmosphere In a aUOtlt tllO VOlltlla- hath done what OUt.DKN TKXT-H- h what date your mibscrlptlon I paid. If it l not Ono morning tho town was almost M.nn l n SO I OSkCll I. n!.,.n..o The nfth chap he muld. Mark 11:1. within three weeka after renewal ebanred P- "'l0, 'l!ul n frenzied whon it was found that n parlor car., because there's an oc- - ,io" ,n"(1 notify ua. ter of Ooncsl con. nr.il ilrnul nt : " . MfMlnr numbers wilt be gladly aupplled If we Servian spy had thrown nrscnlo in- casional tlirocl draft through. As tains n llt of men . ... Kvent crowds fast upon event dur.. are notified. remember MISS HOMl 3 room,' Liberal terma (riven to any who obtain new to tho water works reservoir. Tho fnrn slonnlnir.rnr.-wn- ll. never who rone hod ing this the world's most trnglc week. for at. Any one endin)f us four ut'criptlona n (l J,'lia rnll-"It used to a k e b ; Two days before tho passovor ocean yarl aubscriptlona year. receUe The Citlren free guilty man was granfed n flflccn-nilnu- lo got into ono without thinking of the lor himself for one nwful hot there. I nover yet, with ono ex- curred, tho chief priests and otbor al and then shot dollnllion in 'Life's' dlcllontary: AdrertWnit rales on application. ception, It I writ lenders entered a conspiracy how to Sleoninc-Cfir-Arsrniiu anyway, ami iwus got n Invention for Lhn in the local arsenal. mkmihr or ten of each of rid themselves of this troublcsamo purposo of transporting bad air from such bad deportment marks." We remained In Mahren one t h o m . "nnil ho Niizarono. This pint mentioned In tho "Both of tho Iwius had colds nil ono city to another."' month. Tho town officials granted died." This man, first two verses of tho lesson probwinter thoy wero in that room,' No matter how low tho temperaus the freedom of walking thru th5 who wnlked with ably occurred four days lator than Uio contributed Grandma Sharplcss. Note tho separating parasi reels, but ono day wo wcro fool- ture is, I pry tho window of my Ood. nnd tlld not anointing. Up wont Dr. Strong's hands, the die, U ono of tho graph mnrk; alio look up carefully -. hardy enough to vcnluro beyond tho lower berth open, nnd push the slick long fingers doubled in, In a curious most nttractlve good harmony of tho Oospels. Follow. "dead lino" and out upon Iho open under." figures In Scrip- Ing the Olivet dlacourso Jesus Bald to In that cold draft!" gesture which only stress of feeling "And sleep KENTUCKY I'RKSS ASSOCIATION. highway. My camera aroused sus" ever drovo him lo use. his disciples, "In two days the ture. picion, and wo wero arrested as Eng- cried Mrs. Clyde. ., At that vary timo Judas was No Whisker Advertisements! Ho lived nrald "When will tho substitute moth "My dear Mrs. Clyde," replied tho lish spies in a neighboring town. No Immodest News Items! wicked people scheming with tho rulers for his ax ers and fathers who run our schools We were lodged within a factory doctor suavely, "will you tell mo learn about nlrl" ho cried. "Air! Knoch'a generation was rlponliiR for rest. John, In his Ooipcl, tells us that building, which happened to be the the difference between a draft and of tho fcait was six days before, and that BEREANS JUST FROM EUROPEAN It's Iho llrst cry of tho newly born tho flood, and cvorjr Imagination most substantial structure in tho.a wind?" only otII continually, It was In connection with this that man's baby. Airl It's tho last plea of tho yet ho heart wnawith Ood." Ho encour- Judas hnd left tho company to go to ZONE WAR Is it a conundrum?" "walked place to await (ho decision of tho dealh-rattl- o in his ages us to walk thus even under tho priests. By Louis J. Karnoth "No; but I'll answer it for you. man with (ho town oflloials as lo our disposal. ihmat. It's the one free boon, and Judas Iscarlot was angry at our circumstances. Christ said to the Tho only telephone lino thru the A ilrnfl la iimiilo n Iinnarv n wlnil wo To the Editor of The Citizen: s,nl 't ' If I'm hero next church at l'orgnmos: "I know wbcm Ixrd and this Incident led Immediateassumption country was tho means of es- outside. Ymi'rn not nfraiii nf wind. I am venturing the winter, I think I'll load up with thou dwelloat, oven whero Satan's seat ly to the betrayal. Now hero clio In that perhaps the readers of The Cit- tablishing our identity, and after stones and break some windows!" Isi and thou holdost fast my namo all history Is there a blacker plcturo "Of course not." in a re- some blustering among tho pudgy, izen would bo interested "Lemino go with you I" cried nnd hast not donlcd my faith." How ot the human heart or tho length of is you an 'Then to Iniquity to which It will go. Everycital of the experiences of two officers, we wero es1,10 eagerness of de- - cheering to hear of "saints In Cncsar's who wcro fortunate, or rather corted lo (he outskirts of (ho town, liko a burglar. It's harmless enough tc',ar''' wi"' household." and to know that Christ thing at this hour Is electric and ,uvcn ca" so lived at wicked Nazareth that the strange. Kvonts rapidly converge tounfortunate enough to have found with half the juvenilo population oulsido the room, but as soon as il eu"c"n ,,ro.,,er 10 On the whole, Charley," replied Father could say, comes through a window nnd gets "This Is my beloved wards the cross. For that, grace has themselves in Europe at the out- gaping nt. mir heels. tho other, chucklin n little, "per Son, In whom I am well pleased." been planning and tin Is plotting. into tho room, it's dangerous." It has been indeed surprising to break of the present war. Amazed the Disciples. Ho lived In tho twilight of revela"Sound common sfensol" put In haps it's heller to smash traditions us to note with what mobile calm saw our llrst soldiers at Wo Not easier, but betlcr." Mary Criticized, vv. I. tion. There was an yet no Illble, yet Jesus and nonemotion the peoplo look up-o- n Granny y?liarploss. "Young man, in the Rhino valley. A "Hut you wouldn't have them ho "walked with Ood." How shall ho bad bis Inner circle of friends and his I believe you're older than you nnd enduro this terrible scourge wholo regiment of these German favorlto places of abodo and nono was study with nil (ho windows open rlso up to condemn usl look." Ho was married. Somo have thought evidently more precious than that youngsters was there. With their of war. With patient every-da- y 011 a zero day!" protested Mrs celibacy necessary to "I'm old enough lo know that drab-oliv- o tho highest holi- homo of Mary, Martha and Lnzarus. the women, chil uniforms, their knap- mattcr-tof-cour- sc ,s bclUir lllan foul vvarm Clyde. ness, but Knoch refutes tho Idea. Wo In this supreme hour Jesus camo to sacks, and their shining helmets, drcn and old men take the places of miro alr "Wouldiill II Far rather than actually know a mother who declared this home lo bring It a confirmation of cro; 1 warn, you which looked like heliographs in the tho men who havo gone out to up- - ",r il""a-v- - to understand this." he choke them In a closo room I Whv, sho could not be a Christian until her faith and tomo further spiritual gift. morning sun, thoy marched and hold their country nnd thoir king.1 'oUtcrs . to . inn r. 11 urnn. .m Chicago, (he sickly.... children children wero larger and less exasper- From thnt time of I'ctcr's confession, .aiKieii mriuiiL fri. , : . sang with the same carefree, holi- aim uiiiuu sunu us cuiiuucxurs. Hut wo aro told "Knoch several months previous, the Lord has es on 1110 rooi, or ating! When tho blood has circulated, ""',' 'i'11" ' day spirit that characterized the walked with God nftcr he begat Me- constantly reaffirmed bis statement cldldTen flndtemsS- useful1 n doing all of our Federal soldiers boforo thuselah." and It In suggested that tho then made, that he must go to JeruThey study in ..... work, t en s t rod out and 4i.- -i ni.i, dlo, and that first disastrous battle of Bull ' And they learn. Not coming of this little, life Into his was salem, teaching be raised tho third day. ""3lTl,en tho IunM brlnir nlr to i amazed the disciples the beginning of his heavenly conver This Run. 11.no uccil tuinuiiiu llliu rcnci sia- mill l"a'' "ul tl.nv. "irlvo on It. and filled them with fear. Jesus did nt.i iniiminr. freshen it up, and the oxygen in thol sation. Mr. Randolph Sellers, with whom linn, nrwi i,ncn!ini Mr. Clyde was rubbing his chin not, however, awaken faith and then His Walk. I graduated from Berca 1013, and veterans and young 'boys guard tho ai.r makes !l sl,r,onf: l flshl apafml Perhaps our school system Ho walked by faith (Hebrews 11:0. quench It with fear, or allow It to lantowns and villacos Sinrn .ltiP, disease and cold. But if tho air is hard. myself, left for Europe late in June. all I brairged," Ho observed. Thero Is no record of him having rev- guish and dlo, John 4 46, HI. Now as Wo landed in Holland, and avoid misery has become tho common lot bad, tho blood becomes half starved. isnt '.Not In all respects. So the man who breathes stuffy You slick elations more than wo havo who also the darkest hour approaches there aping tho beaten path of tho "slie.V- - of all, it is borno with a cheerful one touch of close air all night hasn't given his to that relic of barbarism, tho corn- - walk by faith." "Faith cometh by peared this Hethany was appreciative sympathy. tourist we travel and patient forbearance. of but llttlo blood tho right supply. His whole mon drinklng-ctiafter filtering hearing and hearing by the word of dignity but thero lived thero a man Vienna, the gay capital of Auscd thru tho land of wooden shoes, God," and such a faith Is basis enough system is weakened, and ho 'catches' "nur water. That's a joke! who had been raised from tho dead old cheese and windmills to Falken- - tria, was shrouded in clothes of' for walking with God. Lazarus. Thero alio resided ono who He plensed Ood (Hebrews 11:6) burg, tho country of old Charla mourning. The theaters and mus cold,' not from too much air, hull Mr. ' don t stnj tho point." confessed Clyde. "Whom is tho Joko on How Indifferent this makes us to brought comfort to tho heart ot Jesus magne. Of chief interest hero arc eums, in fact all forms of amuse- too little." Mary. She had listened to him, sho There was a pause, in which nsol "AH of you who pay for tho use- - men's opinions! "It Is a small thing tho wonderful catacombs cut out of ment wero dispensed with; tho whisper of Bobs, appealing loss fillers and then settle doctor's with mo that I am Judged of rarn'i understood him. bulluved and loved. on!!I,(! tho limestono formations in tho hills. portion of women to men seen With a woman's keen Intuition sho u.m miormauon.i Vum y Uio Judgment." How blessed to know we seems to have Theso aro an exact duplicate of those tho streets was overwhelming. Wo,lu . "s '"l"1" JU1 Say, Junkum, how did we get so urlnKing-cup- s. Don't you under- - can bring joy to tho heart ot Ood really going to realized that ho was found under the "Seven Hills" in camo in timo lo see a regiment of his death. What that stand that in tho common conta- - and that we may "walk worthy of the meant to tli hopes and aspirations "tho Eternal City." Everything is young recruits, Iho youngest draft, far away from homo?" Iu-- unto all plenslng" (Col. 1:10). "High time we camo back, isn't it.U'ious diseases, (ho mouth Is the reproduced with catholic medieval marching thru the streets to tho Ho warned tho ulcked. Judo tells she seems to havo divined, and repoint? Now, you may flit alized, moro than all others, his viewpatience and care tho cracks in the railway station. There they board- Bobs?" approved the doctor. "V'H,i"aFcr us thru Enoch prophesied, saying. point. How to tell hi in was hcrdoslro. tho ed tho train, which was to take suppopo we return by way of lwor water till it's dry, but if In cometh with ten thouwalls, the encrusted murals on the 'school-hous- e. All of you go lo drinking it you put your lips to a sand of his saints, to executo Judg Out of that lovo she purchased n box of walls, tho broken in tombs and them to nobody knew; secrecy and . X.. I. ..... " ' (ikil.t.l L.. II.. lUUC,, I t Pill t 1 "rce ment upon all. Thoso who walk with ointment representing In valuo about " "" uul 1,cls- - uu" 1 , ntllk burying places, Ihp crumbling arch complete silence as to maneuvers, is ' fifty dollars, and . .u . i.iiiiMit. 1, u ilium Ood long to bring lo him "them that tho full extent an Immense sum Ordl- cs ana columns everyining give; tho first order of tho authorities. ;"u; of her treasure. n "And I'm next year," an ton much of ,(ho wafer and loo nro without." Good men may. like companies, tho identical impression one gets Regiments, military " n01 "e ,nour nine of what contains IL I'vo seen Samuel Iluthcrford. lack the cvange-- ""7 nounced that young lady in visiting the original hiding plnoe.s trains como and go, nobody knows, ,tho ?c"lon. """ llstlc gift, but they will havo tho evan- Auburn, Now York, and "Perhaps not," said Mrs. Clyde. , a srll0' of our Christian martyrs in Rome, nobody seems to caro lo ask, where gellstlc heart which mado Rutherford ..1 " e(,n a golf courso at Hie "Don't you think, Doctor, that chil - ' vo i'uij (iuuiiiik uiuii niiu uio wcmin Dim sing: Patience and effort from or where to. Mothers and fragranco of that tacrcd ointment In- Club in Seattle, where is tho car mark of all building con sweethearts aro alike tho world drcn aro liablo to catch all sorts 0lllry tended for kings. Sho bad sat at bis .thorn Isn't a glass or cup lo be If but one oul from Anworth over, and tho scenes aro touching. of things in the piiblic schools." , struction throughout Europo an feet, Luke Meet me at Ood's rUIit hand. and was ready for found; and they have two of tho "Unquestionably." element which America in her un Those partings for many of them Mr heaven will bt two heavens. this tho proper hour for anointing, water supplies I know Moro so (ban in private schools, ' In Immanuet's lend. settled and pioneer condition sadly wcro tho last, for three weeks later John 12:7. It was her all, but love tiny rouniain spouts up to meet lacks. thousands of them faced tho deadly aren't they?" Ho was progressive in holiness. He docs not havo tho calculating cunning your lips, and your mouth touches "Hum! Well, yes; since they'ro Wo visited tho ruins of tho abbey fucilladc of modern machine guns, walked with Ood, townrtl and prudence 6f Judas. brought into contact with a nioro n"l,'il,P' ,,ut tho running water. Tho the mark for tho and pressed perfec"Memorial of Her." prize. Tho and castle of King Charlemagne, which havo been devised to bo water itself being pure, you can't tion of Christians on earth Is very miscellaneous lot of comrades." 11. Mary Commendsd, vv, Tho Tho walls and towers aro still well quick and sure. "Which Is exactly why I havo in possibly get any infection from It." Imporfect, and even In heaven we story Is beautiful In the record wo preservcu. iiowevcr, mere is one Tho frequent riots regarding tho havo of our Lord's wordt. Mary's "Can you get mo a report on that shall still be walking In white. criticism that can bo directed to- rising cost of food, tho many street sisted on our sticking to tho regucompensation for tho criticism called His Exit. ward all European in tho matter of demonstrations, tho bringing back lar schools," put in Mr. Clyde, with ror tho Hoard or Education?" askthe air of quiet decisiveness. "I ed Mr. Clyde Ills strango departure proved Im for by her conduct was tho commendacaring for such reliques as those of her to bo brought up A V" r "It's already bore," said Dr. mortality to be a fact. Just as Elijah's i tion disciples Lord. Wo do not censuro "7, tllU UV, n found in Falkenburg. In every .w nl w.a.Q wS vaaav iiiv who did not understand translation later assured Israel and tho liko other children!' btrong quietly, "That Is part of crumbling old tower, under every ers to prevent an outbreak of chol as wo are assured by Christ's resurrec but wo are thankful for tho words of Tho mother shook her head du my unnesc job of watch-doOno tho Master which their criticism called clump of oaks, bo era and other diseases, are all subtion. hind every old rampart, ono comes jects which aro loo morbid to allow biously. "I wish I wero sure it is oilier matter. A (eachor In anoth departure was felt. Hebrews forth. Jesus realized tho truo meanIlls or grade, nt Number Threo. with eays upon that perfect symbol of modern detailed discussion. Ono day wo Hie right placo for them." that Enoch "was not found," as If ing of the act and ho named It when "You ought lo bo sure. I might whom I talked, stood with a pcnoll, they had sought him. He was missed. he said, "Sho hath dono what shrfc European mercenarism tho cafe climbed tho heights abovo the city .... which sho hod taken from ono ill 1U1KIYU W1U it'ir. on.. It ..a Will i J of It 1b still to when a saint passes. Wit could, sho hath anointed my bodysF So while tho mind of tho tourist is and saw some four hundred Servian vtctl , ,icU 'criticlSm-th- at you ought her scholars pressed lo her lips. ness tho multitudes that gathered at aforchand for burying." Notice that trying to acquire tho atmosphere of Jesus ot 'ilo bo surer than you arc." wuiio wo laiKed sho gavo it back the funerals of John Wesley and Cath- - act as received tho truo meaningfor her olden limes, of brush-coverfloors, which had been broken by tho ovor for himself, still It was the crlno Ilooth and Jerry McAuley. at his tone, the molhor 10 tho child." Alarmed r r 11- .- Tv 1. (1. of clanking knights in armor, of tho Ho went out In the prime ot life. world, for ho said, "this that sho hath "is thero anything "Well, land sakesl" said Grand dono shall be spoken of for a memshimmer of gold tapestry, of the bay left Vienna at night in n special the mailer at Number Thrco " jna Sharplcss, "whore's tho harm? Ho was taken when 365 years 'of age. orial of her." This was not merely or tho hunting-houn- d thru tho Goth train bound for Berlin. Under or and as compared with others of that "Soveral things. Nothing that you I supposo the poor girl was clean, io corridors, ono experiences day, this was Just the morning of life, a reward for Mary, It wan that her act in dinary conditions tho trip takes need worry about immediately, how wastri sue?" corresponding to tho ago of thirty-thre- e should bo an Inspiration to Inclto his stead, the click of a National Cash about eight hours, but owing lo tho ever. I've been talking with somo now do I know? How docs nny- now. We wonder when men aro followers to llko activities and attiRegister, tho groen of tho potted movement of military trains, the of tho teachers, and found out a iiouy Know Thero Is a caso on caught away Just as their usefulness tudes throughout nil tho ages. This palm, tho strains of an automatic Journey lasted moro than threo Tow points. Charley's tcaoher, for record whero n leachor carried tho begins. But surely Ood doe not deal Is all that Is asked ot any dlaclplo (II organ, or Hie purring of on automo times longer. At Berlin wo saw the Instance, tells mo that sho has a virulent bacilli of dlplheria In her unkindly with his friends. To depart Cor. 8:12). Lovo forgets self, sur--' roundlngs, cott or criticism. bilo motor. acroplano and Zeppelin maneuvers much harder timo keeping tho chil throat for three months. Sunnoso Is to bo with Christ, which Is far bet- pours out ltsolf to tho uttermost Lore and Miss Welsh, of tho German class and tho parade of prisoners and cap , lo llieir work ,n Ul0 winiep sho had ter." "Taken away from tho evil to Its fragranco tills dren been careless about putting es, had so often set before ya tho iuii-come tins mignt be written of but tho wholo ot not alone the housoi Uiru 1110 Minn nl nll.n. It nps 10 tno various belongings creutlon. thrills and pleasures that were hera niccu 111 ms uiV. uuimuiiy a cap- - "I reinoiilimr nimrlnv'a Innlrnma nor(ho Enoch and ot many anothsr saint. III. of children. How many of them Ills doparturo was easy. "He was tender Judss Conspires, vv. 10, 11. ThUj on seeing tho wonders of tho Rhine, ital had taken on a moro lively and nVnr his npiihmiir. story ends with the torriblo acind ,inin do you Biipposo sho would havo not; tor Ood took him,- - or M Hebrews tho river of rivers. That volley "i"",,,s"u count of Judas. Ho bad no sympathy l,,u iJUiiu ctowu Sald Grandma Sharplcss. killed with tho doadly poison?" roads, "Ood bad translated him." Tho peaceful vinoyards and cas tho streets in holiday dross and their with Its Mary, primarily bocauso ho ws8 "My head felt funny, Kinder "Didn't sho know sho had diph- psalmist seems to apply the lanruavo for In tics has undergone a sad transfer i.iuaauiva ku on uuuiBiumcu. not sympathetic relations with' ineMiuck," defonded Charley. ot the text to death. Psalm 49:15 tells theria?" asked Junkum, wido-oyeJosus. mation. As if a modern Alladin's spirit of Bismark is very much nlivo us, "Ho will deliver my soul from the "That Is bad," said Dr. Strong. "Sho hadn't, dear. Sho was whot Jesus bad rovoaled, called forth, thol Lamp had been rubbed, with tho and tho Germans havo great confi- "very bad. I've reported tho teach- wo call a 'carrier' of disease. For power ot the grave for he will tako deepest lovo of Mary's heart. In thol miracle of on Arabian Night, a huge dence in their army. 73:24 roads, "Thou mo;" and I'salm er in that grado bo revealed a heart ot military Genii had deposited within Wo havo returned to America Health Officer." lo Dr. Merrill, tho somo reason which wo can't And wilt guide mo by thy counsol and caso ot JudasAccepting tho adoring:1 out. a 'carrier' doesn't fall III, but afterward tako mo to glory." As with treachery. a week's limo ono million men along with a deeper appreciation of her anointing ot Mary and alio perpetu"Reported teacher?" said Charley, will give- tho dlscaso to any ono tho translated saint, so with the dying, ating It, tho Rhine, armed and fully equip- opportunities, becauso wc havo had his eyes ho at the sain a time calls assuming a promlnenco elso as surely ns a very sick per the Father will stoop down to tho ped for war. occasion lo miss them. Liko all uulto 8larlllng. "What for?" son, ir iho germs from tho throat child who has been walking with him forth a revelation of that compelling It has been tho oxperienco and other truo Americans wo entertain "Starving her grado." motlvo ot selfishness In tho heart of roaoh tho throat or. Hps of others." and men will say, "Ho was not; for Judas that led to his own privilege of a life timo to seo and tho hopo that Christian America htm." Spurgoon bears wit Clydo fairly bounced In her Mrs. "Somo lectures on hyglcno might Ood took Contrast theso two pictures. W study tho wonderful military sys- will act as a medium in bringing chair. "Our ohlldren nro not sup- -. not bo amiss in Number Threo," said ness, after ministering to many feeble recall the crushed heart ot Mary at the tem of Germany. Llko a silent wcll-oll- to a closo this bloody and degrading poscu saints, that he had not found ono to doath to cat at school, Dr. Strong." Mrs. Clydo. of Lazarus which brought Mary maohlue, without a single rip- carnage, which threatens our civil whom dying graco was not given. "Starving her grado," continued Into the closest fellowship with Jesus. "That's what medical school In Moreover, should wo bo alivo at tho In ple of confusion or delay, its wheels ization. her shadow and Borrow sho learned, tho doctor, "in tho most Important spectors aro for lo teach tho leach- Lord's coming, we shall be translated began to turn, uniforms were proWith kindest regards lo all Read need of tho human organism, air." tors. Tho Board of Education as literally as Enoch. (I Thess. 4:16, to pour out hor Iots In saoriJlal duced, men left thoir vocations of ers of Tho Ctilzen, molntlng. "How do you roach that conclu- - bhould bo getting It started." 17.) The Citizen (hi KnnMnoNAL Walking Wi God SuIWSOIOOL Lesson fort-offic- e iri.i ii.a''"" I X H:l-H- ... fo1 u,l court-marsh- .- pass-over.- dlfll-cul- t Be-rca- brass-button- ed nt 3-- co ....... H?JXr 0'' oXou p, I fr d :r a go-u- 1 raf ' long-enduri- , "l 6-- ,; T ntnt I time-season- ed g. ed " 1 llliucn-linea,f.r- m d. cd Or.tolmr I, lull. run crnzhN A WARTIME I'ajo Three. they who should mako such a sur vey. In a recent survey of a community Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special In Now Englnnd, tho avcrago annunl Investigator incomo of 151 farmors who havo n common school education was $229, BEREA CORN SHOW dcan flour N. J. Coylo. whllo tho average net Incomo of 122 Best quart sample seed wheal: 1 farmers of tho samo locality with Oct. 31, 1914 sack best (lour II. L. Polls & Son. a high school education was $182 Kvcry farmer reinemhors tlm corn Best G Irish potatoes: fUOO. Pru. annually. This was worth lo each show held in Huron, Nov. 8, of Inst ill Smith. farmer who possessed it $253 each year. I wish lo call your attention Best 5 sweet potatoes: 1 $2.00 hat year. to Ilia fact that ri similar exhibit Hayes & Gotl. MANY WOMEN FARM LABORERS will bo hrlil In Ilerea CoIIoko Tab Best 5 onions: $1.00 cash J. D. IN KENTUCKY crnaclo nu Saturday, Oct. 31, 10H. Clarkslon. Tho farm laborers of Kentucky You rnicinbcr tlio splendid success Heaviest pumpkin or squash: 50 work on an nvcrago of 9 hours and of tlio corn show last year and llio rents cash L. Bohon. 15 minutes per day, according to n enthusiasm manifested by every ono Best 3 cans assorted vegetables: report which as just been issued by present. ono year's subscription lo Tho Citi- tho United Stales Department of This meeting will bo held under zen. Agriculture. Kentucky farms cm tlio auspices of tlio boys' and girls' Best 3 cans assorted fruit: 12.50 ploy (00,000 laborers and tho avor club work of U. S. Department of cash E. F. Coyle. ago monthly compensation is $17.10 Agriculture. Tlio promises for a Best 5 apples: $1.00 cash J. L. with board and $21.00 If tho laborer successful exhibit for this year arc Gay. boards himself. More than 19,000 of even better than last year. There Best Loaf light bread: 1 sack tlio farm laborers of this Slalo aro will bo a splendid exhibit by Vo cream wheat flour Bcrca Roller women. caliounl School of Hcrca College Mills. KENTUCKY HORSES DECREASE IN Those exhibits will coma from Iho Best pound buller: $2.00 Parker VALUE Karileu department, cooking and fountain pen Porter-Moo- re Drug Tho Kentucky liorso has decreased sowitur department. Co. $1.00 in valuo during Iho past year, aw lias boon con Approximately Bost pillow slips, hand-madMrs. but the total number of horses on tributed by (lie citizens and bus! J. M. Early; 3 yds. of all wool serge tho farms of this Slalo is tho samo ness men of Korea, also soma contri 50 cents per yard. as it was a year ago. Tlio Ken tuitions outsido of Hcrca. Best plain apron, machine mado: lucky borso is now worlli $103.00, Kvcryono is urged lo bring farm, $1.00 cash-- J. W. Stephens. according to valuations recently garden, anil homo sciunco products Best fancy apron, hand made: $1 placed on him by tho United Stales for exhibit. No cntranco fco will cash J. B. Richardson. Department of Agriculture. A year bo charged to cornpeto for prizes. Best stand or manllo cover or pair ago ho was worth $101.00. On JanAll exhibits except thoso restricted pillow shams: t50 hat Jennie B. uary 1, 1911, there' were 553,000 to club members aro open to all peo Fish. horses on tlio farms of Kentucky plo in tlio southern and southeast Best calico or gingham dress, all and tiicy were worth $15,029,000. ern portions of Madison, northeast- material lo cost $1.00 or less: 1st Compared witlt other states Kenern Garrard, and all mountain coun prize $3.75 mesh hand bog Marcum tucky ranks eighteenth both in 51 Robinson; sugar-she- ll ties. and butter number and valuo of horses, but in Prizes in baking and sowing will knife Joo W. Stephens. quality of horses sho lakes first bo awarded only to girls and youtm All exhibits must bo at tho Taber. place. Kentucky is famed tho world ladles from 12 lo 1M years of ago naclo before 10 a.m. Saturday morn- over for her blooded horses. Those competing for prizes in sew ing of tho show. FIREWOOD CONSUMPTION IN ing must mako their own garments They should bo put up in suit-nb- lo KENTUCKY Present students of Herea College packages or baskets such as will Thero aro 3,520,000 cords of wood, sowing and cooking classes aro ex appear well on tho exhibit table. We valued al $7,280,000 consumed on the cluded from these contests. cannot removo specimens from the farms of Kentucky annually, ac The success of our meeting is original packages, since last year cording to a report which lias Just further assured by a program suit- many were lost. We will give each been issued by tho United Stales Deable to the occasion which will bo pursuit a check number as tho sam- partment of Agriculture. The to given'hy distinguished speakers and ple is left, so that each arliclo may tal yearly firewood consumption in educators. Prof. Wliitehouso will bo returned lo tho proper owner. this Stale is 3,079,000 cords with a (ell us all about cattle and silos In selecting 10 ears of corn for valuo of $7,770,000. Tho consump This of itself will bo more than prices, boys and men should ob- tion in tlio cities of this Stale is worth the limo of any farmer who serve the last nino of the thirteen UO.000 cords and 12,500 cords arc comes to the show. rules for selecting seed corn given used in Iho mineral operation of It will seem like Commencement on this page. Kentucky each year. day on Oct. 31 to sec tlio crowds nro to remain In place DISEASES PLAY HAVOC WITH come pouring in from nil sides. during entire day. KENTUCKY HOGS Kvcryono who is Interested In bcl Tlio Judges will begin at 10 a. m., Diseases caused the swino breed tor farming and the upbuilding of and tho program at 1:30 p.m. Como ers of Kentucky to lose 133,000 hogs, our country lifo should not fall lo early and bring your lunch and valued at $1,011,120 last year, aclake advantngo of this great show havo a good lime generally. You cording to a report which has just which just comes onco a year. will sec somo of your friends you been issued by the Department of havo not seen for a long lime. Agriculture. The Prize List This is an average death rate of home-grow- n cowpca Best gallon Rules For Selecting; Seed Corn 90 per 1,000 head. During tho year seed. U sacks 10 per cent acid phos i. rroin mils with 2 or moio 1913 Iho ratio was 95 per 1,000 head phate. Prof. Frank Montgomery, stalks. and a total of 155,000 head wcro Largest cluster of sweet clover 2. From stalks bearing 2 or more lost. Tho latest census reports, ono root, this ycar'i ears. slocks from which aro dated January 1, 1911, growth. i1.00 cash; Hcrca National 3. Ears of proper height from show that thero aro 1,507,000 head Dank. ground. of hogs in Kentucky and they aro Host 3 Iwcts. Englo's ftcslaurant; 4. Shanks of medium length, ears valued at $11,001,000 or $7.70 per 2 lb. of Harrington Hall Coffee. pendant. head. Best quart butler beans. A. II. 5. Ears of good length. WHY NOT TAG KENTUCKY BACHShort, I doz. 10c package of Jcll-- 0 0. Ears well rounded over at tips ELORS! Best Head Cabbage. Mr. S. Wink-ler- , and butts. A great many State legislatures 2 pks. of Ky. blend coffee. 7. Ears largo around. havo given consideration to bills Host Duroc Jersey pig, either sex, 8. Ears with small cfljs and large taxing bachelors and many connot over 9 months old. Mr. Wm. kernels. vincing arguments havo been preFlanery. 82.00 cash. 9. Ears with wedgo shaped ker sented why mon who escapo matriHost Poland China Pig, oilhor sax, nels. mony should pay a penalty, but nol over 9 months old. Mr. R. It. 10. Ears with grains in straight why not tag thom as a moro painCoyle. Cash f2-5rows. less and elTeclivo method of exterBust dark layer or loaf cake. Miss li. Grains plump and firm on the mination? If tlio bachelors were Agnes II. Tyler; Cook Book. cob. lagged tho widows could easily find pumpkins. Strothcr Gotl Best 3 12. Grains rather smooth dented. Ihein and Cupid would do tho rest. A Co.; 1 sack Kldcan flour. (3. Must nol bo mixed. Tho bachelor is naturally timid, but Host 3 sipinshes. It. Fletcher, 50c The last 9 rules should bo used in under tho encouraging influences of cash. solecting your corn for Iho corn a merry widow ho can easily be led Bust 3 parsnips. W. E. LIvcsay's show at Borea, October 31st. Seed to tho altar, for thero is no more G lb. of sugar. Ftcslaurant, corn should bo hung up in a dry, helpless craft afloat than a lovo-siBest Fruit Cako mado from Eldcan and if possible a warm placo so as swain who has passed tlio ogo of 1 sack by Manufacturers' to dry out thoroughly Flout. before cold discretion, and tho liltlo imp that Co., Ucrca, Ky. weather. plays ping-pon- g with human hearts Largest Far of Corn. R. J. F.nglo. lias no moro capablo ally than a 50o cash. woman who loves at second sight, FARM FACTS Best Quart of Sorghum. $1.00 cash or experienco makes Cupid subllo By Petor Radford Baker & Scruggs. and bold. Thoso who till tho soil aro the Best Turkoy Goblcr of any breed lo Tho women havo lag days to chosen people of God. J. S. Gott. 81.00 cash. most ovcry other public enterFarming is as. old ns tho human Best peck of Irish potatoes. Cor-no- lt prise, and why not n tag day for & Coylo. 12X0 hat. raco and is yet in its infancy. bachelors? Wo havo in Kentucky Largest yield on nny boys' corn Success is bound to como to tho soventy-flv- o thousolub aero: $1.00 per bushel for crop farmer who plans whllo ho plows. approximately No civilization lias over advanced and bachelors and an equal number by John Welch. of widows. Why not get Ihcm toBest work and groatcst improve- beyond its agricultural dovclop gether and solvo two vexatious menl. ment mado on nny club aero. 5 problems with ono marriage license? No farmer is successful who lootli cultivator John Welch. Largest yield of corn on club aero thinks more of his barn than ho in each of n districts; Incidental fco does of lils homo. English Greeting!. Tho development of tho farmer KrasimiM, cumin;; to Kiixluml In lien Borea Coliego, winter term, 1015. Best 10 ears corn grown on acre himself must precede tho full de- ry VHI.'s time, was struck with the deep heartiness of our wishes-goo- d, in each of 5 club districts: 2 fruit velopment of Uio ground ho tills. Tho most beautiful fact in tho nye. ami bud. too. lint lie must admired trees Mnldon Ilidgo Nursery, Contlio good ones. Other nations ask In farmer's work is that everything ho their greetings how man curries himway, Ky. Largest yield corn on club acre plants is a lesson in faith. self, or how doth ho stand with the Tlio bust farmer docs not bother world, or how doth he llnd himself on Bcrca Coliego forest lands: Ono yoar's "subscription lo Tlio Citizen-Pr- of. about getting ahead of his neigh- Hut the Kugllxh greet with a pious bor; his great business is to get wish that (iixl may give one a good F. O. Clark. morning or a good evening, good day Largest yield of potatoes on any ahead of himself. Wo must givo lo tho pcoplo who or "godVen." iu tlio old writers have aero: Incidental fco Borea club It. unci when we purt we wish livo on tho farm Iho samo educa "God may he with you." though that Coliego, winter term, 1015. we Largest yield of tomatoes on any tional advantages for their children now clip it luto "Goodby." Frlswell. aero: Incidental fee Bcrca ns tioso of tho cities enjoy. club Hit Foolith Father. Tlio country clergy is an agency College, winter term, 1915. "I suppose you keep hunt at work Best 10 cars corn grown by any of much potentiality becauso tho those days J" man: 1st prizo 300 pounds high rural lifo movement is religious as "No. I'm not doing anything Just complclo fertilizer Borea well as industrial and social. grado uow." There should bo a social and an Bank & Trust Company. 2nd prizo, "1 thought your rather bad given 1 Ion ground limestone Burdctlo A industrial survey of ovcry communyou u position In his bank!" ity. Tho pastor, tho teacher and Son. "lie did. Hut he wanted me to euro itccord-IIerulBest 10 cars popcorn: 1 sack El tho school and church ofllolals aro my salury,"-Cbku- go MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE BACK TO THE BIBLE Dlble- - BLUFF "It la Impossible to mentally or socially rnalavs a Horace Greeley, founder of the New York Tribune. MAN'S MORAL FREEDOM By HI reading people." It Was Worked by Stonewall Jackson, and It Won. HIS MOST IMPORTANT ORDER Eminence James, Cardinal Olbbont, If thero Is any truth which la profoundly rooted In tho human heart It la that thoro la within us an act iro prlnclplo capablo of deliberating, choosing and d o t o r m I n lag which tells us that wo aro neith- er machines, subject to purely o: stinct which masters and controls us. 1 havo an Inor nate senBo feeling that I am a free agent. I am not more cer tain that I feel a sensation of hunger than I am of my ability to nccopt or reject tbo food that Is set beforo mo. 1 am ns Intimately persuaded of my START IN POULTRY BUSINESS Select Good Foundation Stock Erect Comfortable Buildings FowU Need Free Range. and jetkki Impulses nor rocro animals led by blind In- A few things to remember In starting, If a living is to bo tho 'objective point In successful poultry plants aro operated oa threo. It takes moro care to keep tho land In condition. Free rango for growing Btock Is essential In tho long run. Rather havo too much room than too little. Study carefully tho Incubator and brooding systems. This Is ono of the main Items In tho .business. Study tho poultry situation at least a year beforo commencing. Visit tho leading poultry operations that bavo been In the business for at least flvo or six years. One can learn good deal by visiting the successful poultry keepers, and will be less liable to mako mistakes In poultry house construction. Carefully entering the business In a safe and sand way wtll do much toward the success of the venture. When All Your Children are Gone In tbo September American Mag-azia man who has been married no good location, as to ground conditions, markets, etc. Choose good foundation stock. Build wall, though this need not bo expensive; but poorly constructed buildings are a loss In thi long run, and falso economy. Start slowly and work up gradually. Havo enough cash on hand to carry tho poultry operation for at least two years. Don't purchase a placo with too small acreage. At least flvo acres should bo purchased, although many keeping poultry, aro: Select a twenty-flv- o years writes "A Hus- ck pro-mo- band's Story" in which ho relates Iho experiences ho and his wifo had in bringing up their children. As is llio habit with fathers and mothers they mado all sorts of plans for their children, most of which wcro never realized becauso tho children, as is usual, look affairs into their own hands and mado and executed their own plans. On tho futility of trying to arrango things for your children tlio author says in con- Ledger. clusion: I think I'll stay awake some nlKht "So all our planning for Iho chilIn Home bird favored park. dren merely served lo provo that it Then that famed man perhaps I'll stent Who eets up with the lark is futile to strive to arrango tho lives VounRMnwn Telegrnm. of others, and that tho function of If you should stay awuke some night tlio parent is chiefly advisory. Nor And round the town should roam wcro wo much disappointed at tho You'd find a lot up with the lark llut they'd be coins home. failure- of our plans. After all, what Vonkers Statesman. wo sought was their happiness and welfare, and that Ihoy found them in She Tell me of your early strangles not imieli to tell, The ways other than thoso wo devised struggled the more the old harder makes liltlo difference. Transcript. "So my wifo and I aro loft alono iniin laid It in llio cago. With tho flight of each No wonder that hi, spirits fell fledgeling I felt her coming closer And that he tripped und stumbled there. his love to tell and sloser to mo. Sho 'bosos' mo For when he tried an Icy stare. She handed him too. much oven now, and makes loo -- Detroit Freo Press. much fuss over mo when my feet Rules For Saving. aro wet; but othcrwiso sho is as perPay cash for everything. fect as sho was when a brido." Do your own buyliiK and marketing: He-The- re's 1 tun moral liberty iu I am of my Tory for It Is tho samo Interior It Was Given by the Cool Headed Con monitor that makes mo conscious of federate Commander to a Confuted both. Federal Soldier, and It Wat Prompt Tho Holy Scripturo not only prely Obeyed A Lucky Escape. supposes tbo moral liberty of man In Perhnps the most Important order tho commandments that It enjoins, but It frequently and exprossly af- that Stonewall Jackson ever issued firms his power of electing between certainly the most vital to himself Is good and evil; "I call 'heaven and not In the oulclnl war records. Tbe earth to witness this day that I havo order was given In person by Jackson set beforo you lifo and death, blessing to a northern artillery olllcer as ho and cursing. Choose theretoro lifo, stood In full uniform ready for battle tbnt both thou and thy seed may lire." beside his gun, ond, strangest of alL This and other texts tell us that we was nt once executed by him, with tbo cannot nscrlbo our sins to Clod, nor result that tbe battle was lost by tbo to tbo Imperious laws of our own na- Federal arms. ture They plainly Inform us that Jackson's action on this occasion fnr we may subduo our passions or wo Dishes a striking Illustration of tha must bo subdued by them; that wo value of a cool head and presence of may be their master or wo must bo mind In an emergency on an Importholr slave; that we havo tho power tant occasion when the entirely unexto cbooso botwoen good and evil, pected happens nt a time when wavblessing and malediction, spiritual ering or Indecision would result In dislifo and spiritual death. aster. That be was able Instantly to (Copyright, Mlt by Joseph B. Dowles.) gntsp tbe situation and daringly master It Is a tribute to bis quickness of panions and was hardly able lo stand. Judgment and his courage. wifo was very patient lty It was on n spring morning In 1802, with him. The mon wero all rather Just before the battle of Port Repubexhilarated. But theso sturdy, lic. Jackson In ndvanco of bis troops, laughing women who were walking wltb only a single escort, galloped across the bridge over the Shenandoah tho streets a few days ago willi their river Into tbe town, which stood on the heads thrown back, they laugh no east bank. Learning that tbe army more. There isn't a3 much weep of General Shields was still a good ing as you would expect. They arc many miles away and confident that a very proud people. One looks up his own troops would be In possession dry-eyand says, 'I havo six chil long before tbe enemy, he rode to a dren and my husband has gone.' residence at the farther end of tbe vilOno says, 'My brother has gono lage, where bo spent nearly an bonr. Rat and left his wifo with seven. I whom meantime the energetic Shields Jackson declared to bp his most doubt they havo as much as one formidable opponent bod thrust forpound put by.' Sugar doubled in ward n small, swift column to occupy price as soon as. war was declared Tort Republic, seize tbe bridge and and all provisions soared. bait Jackson's advance. So rapidly did "I stopped and spoko to a hand- It move that It gained both objects some man who had Just received without firing n shot More than tbat, notice to report. Ho said by Fri- Jackson wns a prisoner If any one had known Itl day thero would not bo a single ed Jackson, In utter Ignorance of tbe man left in Belfast. Ho said disastrous change, mounted bis horse I was as safe hero as anywhere, but and ambled down the 'main street to he thought I might havo a bolter tbe bridge. What was bis astonishchanco to get in touch witli my own ment to see groups of soldiers In blnel busily moving to and fro about tbe government across llio channel; which is what I think myself. Be- bridgehead and throwing op intrench-ment- s and fortifications. Planted on a sides, ho said if I didn't leavo to- -, knoll tbat commanded tbe bridge night ho was afraid I wouldn't have little its approaches was a formidable and nnothor chance. Tho prospect of field gun. living in dirt, discomfort, and misery Fortunately for Jackson, tbe recent was too much. campaigns up and down tbe valley had "It's pathetic to see tho men try faded both bine and gray uniforms ing lo comfort tho women. War I? Into a nondescript drab. As Jackson exciting; an unknown adventure for sat on bis horse and watcbed tbe busy tho men; now scenes, new life, now scene be formed bis plan swiftly. He could not go back, tie most cross conditions; certain excitement. For bridge. Tbat was bis only chance. tbat It women well, just imagine wo- was tbe frowning field gun that he tho men who could hardly make feared. lie must put It out of commisends meet and never savo a penny. sion long enough to get beyond its Just imagine them now with a range. Throwing tip his hand to athouseful of little, hungry babies to tract attention, be shouted to tbe officer In command of tbe gun: feed and no money anywhere.' "What are you doing with tbat gun u- On fetching m n 't Iniwn. tip there? I didn't order It there, and Hut luir a Clarice. I don't want it tberer There were auAnd don't wear such a ft'lchlnB gown thority and petulance In his voice as Thnt you'll fetch the xlice. Cincinnati Ktwjuirer he added, "Limber up and run It over on that knob over there!" Vim nhoiildti't linve Celln (gentlyl Tbe officer at the gun, thinking tbat proposed to nu. Von might have be bad to deal wltb some superior ofknown I'd refuse you. ficer recently arrived, hastened to obey (Iikito isnviigelyt I did know or I without question, explaining In self dehave proposedl Philadelphia wouldn't fense, that be bad understood bis orders Ilis-prced able-bodi- otherwise. Sitting on Little Sorrel while the Federal troops worked busily about blm, Jackson calmly waited ontll tbe gun was lumbering off to Us new position. Then be rode quietly across the bridge and up tbe other bank until be was well out of musket range. Then bo turned, waved bis band to the astonished Federals, and, putting spurs to bis horse, galloped away from tbe rain of bullets that pattered harmlessly In tbe rear. Dad be been captured tbe Confeder-at- e victory at Tort Republic wblcb be won s few hours later would not bave happened. The able and energetic Shields would have defeated bis troops, stunned by bis loss. Youth's Companion. Palace and Hovel. Probably In Constantinople, which baa been described as tbe "city of hovels." there is a greater contrast between tbe public and private buildings than in any other city in the world. Tbe streets are narrow, tortuous and dirty, and even tbe better class of private houses are mean In comparison wltb those of a similar class 'In other countries. On tbe other bund, the mosques and palaces are magnificent In size, design and materials of construction, most of them being of marble, white or gray. The seraglio Is one of tbe finest buildings Iu Europe. Often Hsppens 60. -8 10 Pity the Women of Europe. In tho October American Magazino Mollio Dcst, an American contributor now in Europe, writes llio following letter showing bow tho women of Europo aro tho ones who aro suffering most: "You iniagino a war as a stato of great excitement; I bolicvo it was moro or less pioturesquo in London. Hut lioro iu Hclfast war means absolute dcadnoss. Tho streets aro thronged with people becauso all industry is paralyzed for lack of mon. All night long, for two nights, thousands of whito men, soon to bo converted into fertilizer, havo been loaded into boats and sailed away across Iho channel. All tho cban-n- ol boats of any sizo bavo been impressed by tho Government. It I hadn't caught this boat it is tinliko-l- y that I would havo another chance to leavo Ireland. And I simply couldn't stand It. on my corner woro six lovely cow-eycreatures, each with child, and wcoping bitterly. Ono of tho men had been well 'treated' by his com To-nig- ht ed Be careful In your selection of food Study out, at the beginning of the week. Just bow much you can spend that week. Manage your own household: do nol leave It to servants. Figure out a system of utilizing all materials. Uvea the left overs from u menl run be made Into soruetbiug tbe next day. Do not regurd tbe system of economy as a burden, but as u pleasure and a duty. Chicago News. Buds In Reserve. When a large branch of a tree Is cut off small branches will frequently snoot out round tbe stump. Theso branches are from reserve buds, of which all trees have a great number nt every portion of their surface. Under ordl nary circumstances these ucver come to maturity, but when tbe tree l wounded or cut off or loses some of Its branches tbe reserve bud's at once come luto play and renew tbe foliage. Cane Cape Cape Cape Cape Women's Capes. of (iood Hope Sweet sixteen. "I wonder," suys old Pop Crnbbe, "why It is that when you've stood around In u store for twenty minutes and finally given your order half a dozen clerks Immediately rush up and ask It you've been waited oa" Cleveland Plain Dealer. Fixing the Date. "Say, old man, lend me a fiver till pay day, will you?" "Wblcb? Vour pay day or tbe day you'll pay me?" Boston Transcript Flattery Twenty Lookout Fenr-Thlrty. Tweuty-Uve- . farewell Journal. Forty. Ladles' Home Failure Is very often the result of waiting for other people to do things first You and Your Family Need The Citizen Every Week Subscribe Today THE CITIZEN October 1, I0U. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BERBA A NO V1CTNCTY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES We fire our first salute to you Young Men who are returning or coming to college for the first year Our showing of the new hals, haberdashery and clothes, designed lo please young fellows, sounds the authentic style innovations Jor Fall, iQtf Invited you are to lite yourselves hithcrwarcl cl Pure lard In 501b cans at Wolch's ad. for 56.00. Mr. It. O. Bowman was In Hich Nearly all of the Fire Insurance Companies have withdrawn from mond Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Munry have re the state, but Breck CB. Evans have some Old Strong Companies turned from a weeks visit with rethat will furnish Any Kind of In- lative? and friends in Clay County. Mr. and Mrs. P. Evans who have surance you want. been visiting their son John in Seward, Illinois, returned Sunday. THE OGG STUDIO The marriage of Mr. Charles Ad O. C. PURKEY, Prop. ams ami Miss Mildred Owner look High Class Photographs, place Wednesday, September 20, 101 i Enlarging, Kodac Finishing nt the home of the bride at WinPicture Framing chester. Mr. Adams was formerly a nd Trust Co. Over Berea Bnk student at Berea. Just now wo havo on exhibition BARGAINS WATCHES WATCHES an attractive lino of models in tailGo to Mirenm'i to get your Jewored effects that aro particularly elry. Everything guaranteed. Prices adapted for immcdiato wear. Even if you don't want to buy you are the lowest, quality considered. Next door to Clarkston's Hard- wclcomo to come in to look and get an advance insight into tho mil ware, Main Street. linery styles for early fall wear. (ad) Fish's L, & N, TIME TABLE Mr. Frank Hoffman is now holding North Bound, Local High 7:00 a. m 10:55 p. m. forth at Bradner, Ohio, as KnoxvtlU p. m. S:62 a. m. School instructor in Science and 1:07 BEREA 7:46 a. m. Mathematics; and has charge of the 6: SO p. m. Cincinnati Athletic work. South Bound, Local Blue Lick defeated Paint Lick at 8:16 p. m. 6:80 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. Johnsons Park Saturday afternoon BEREA 6:60 a. bl by the close score of six to live. 7:00 p.m. Kooxrill Mrs. Lucy Gordon of Lexington Express Train will itop to Uk on pssn-g- n arrived Monday for a visit with relNo. for Knoxrilla and points beyond. atives in Berea and Big Hill. South Bound Miss Grace Parks of Kingston spent from Friday until Sunday with 8:00 a. m. Ctmdnnmti 11:66 a. m. Miss Dora Ely. BEREA No. 32 will stop at Berea to Ukt We give our annual coat and suit o passengers for Cincinnati, O., and opening October lUh. We will have point beyond. on display coats for children, misses, North Bound and women. Tailor-mad- o suits for 4:46 p. m. BEREA misses and women. If we can't lit 8:60 p. m. Cincinnati you out of our large assortment, an expert sent out by the manufacturCOMING EVENTS er will take your measure, and have October them made to order. 3 Anniversary, P. D. Literary So(ad-I- P Mrs. S. It, Baker. ciety. Miss Dora Ely who iias been 5 .Mountain Day All Departments spending several weeks in town with oxcent Foundation School. her mother returned to her work at Foundation Buckhorn at the end of 12 Mountain Day tho School. week. 7:30 First Lyceum Attractio- nMr. Heeler Ileynolds of the U. S. Music Makers. Navy, Battleship Franklin, came 1 1 7:30 p. in. Anniversary A. Z. Lit home on a furlough Tuesday for a erary Society. visit with his parents on Jackson Be St. 10 7:30 n. m. General Faculty rea Students in Owsley County, Mrs. Get that stovo at Welch's, (ad) Frost. ui. a. u. Cornell sold it is resi21 7:30 p. ni. Exhibition by Ladies' dence on Estill St.. Tuesday, to the Literary Societies. Di s. B. F. and M. M. rtobinsou. 31. Berea Corn Show. Dr. and .Mrs. Egbert Davis are visiting friends in Paris, Ky. this week. Outdoor Preaching. Mrs. C. H. Burdelle left President Frost preached at the for Indiana. Mr. Burdello ac cemetery last Sunday afternoon to a large audience of citizens and stu companied as far as Cincinnati. Miss Elizabeth Marsh is teachinr dents. The day was perfect and the music uplifting and the tribute paid Domestic Science in the public to Berea Pioneers found an echo in schools of Bell, Montana. Eggs now 20c at Welch's. (ad) each heart. The excavations are now in pro Next Sunday, Brother Knight will preach at tho point opposite the gress for the steam healing system cemetery at 3:30. Tlieso outdoor which is lo do installed in the new preaching services. a3 long as Foundation school buildings. Tho weather permits, will afford an op work is progressing nicely and will portunity for worship of a kind bo completed by the time cold that many people, young and old, weathr arrives. The beginners band was reorganwill appreciate. In case the weath er is bad, Brother Knight will preach ized last week. Prof. Noah May was pleasantly in the Vocational Chapel in the In surprised last week by the arrival dustrial Building. of a little daughter at his War has been declared on high home on Estill St. (ad) prices at Welch's. Trunks, suit cases and all kind of Mrs. L. H. Davis has returned to bags at Welch's. (ad) her home in Livingston. There was a Children's Day at A number of young folks enjoyed Fairview ln- -l Sunday, under the a moonlight hay ride Monday even- management of Mr. Frank Fielden, ing. a student of tho Vocational Depart-en- t. Mrs. Mary Hayes visited her son, The chief object of tho alfair Mr. G. C. Hays of Winchester. was to raise money for a new Mrs. II. B. Jones and son Horace church at that place. B. who have been spending their Mr. G. C. Purkey moved into his summer in North Dakota returned new property on W. Union St., this homo Wednesday night. week. Mr. W. II. Duncan spent from FriMr. Leo Terril, stato student Y. day until Monday with family. M. C. A. Secrelnry, was in town Inst Tho friends of little Miss Ethe! week in behalf of tho Y. M. C. A. Dooley are glad to hear sho is bel- contest then in progress. ter. Stoves, stoves, stoves at Welch's. Gasoline irons at Welch's, (ad) (ad) Any kind, any price. Mrs. F, E. Matheny is ablo to ho Miss Pearl Hill was pleasantly out again. surprised with a birthday party last Mrs. John Collins is on tho sick week at tho homo of Mrs. John Gab-baweek. list this were on Forest St. There Mr. A. P. Gabbanl is homo for a about twenty-liv- e present and a'l few weeks visit with his family. report a good lime. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Jackson and Mrs. Anna Ernberg arrived in Beson Cecil spent week's end with her rea Tuesday noon from her work in folks at Speedwell. , tho cast. Mr. Henry Bingham spent week's Mr. llil ry Hambric, arrived Sunend with family. day from a Hummer's canvass in Mrs. W. II. Bower and son, Wil- West Virginia. Ho left Tuesday liam, went to Cincinnati, Sunday, re- night for Mississippi where ho will turned Monday night. work during tho fall. ad. Phorlo all your wants to 29. Portland Cement at Welch's 65o. Mr. John Dean attended tho StPto was operated upMrs. II. B. Joiws Bankers' Association meeting al on Saturday for appendicitis. Ely and Mrs. E. Logan Lexington tho (list of tho week. Miss Dora Mr. Hubert Speneo addressed a spent Tuesday and Wednesday in farmers' meeting at Dreyfus SaturHichmond. Mrs. C. Ely and littlo daughter Sal-l- ie day evening. Jane, and aunt, Miss Salllo Ann The college canning Industry is Davis, spent from Thursday until still active and doing a thriving , business. Sunday In Brush Creek. BRECK &. EVANS as soon as you can spare a time few minutes of your J. S. STAN1FER tiou. Mr. II. Richmond, Kentucky J- - S. STANIFER for tho copyrights of raro songs which are included In this collection. In.liv iilunls, who wish to own copies of this hymn I k, can get them nt the Cooperative Store. The usual cents xr copy price is seveuly-llv- o hut tho Cooorntio Store has them cents. for thirty-ll- e PHI DELTANS MEET Mr. Waller Ilobinson's little baby Cecil Dunn and Misses Nannie Dunn died of marasmas at the college hos- and John Dallard, all of Whites Stai n pital this week. Mrs. Dr. Setllo of Sand Gap underwent an operation for appendicitis I In llrsl of this week. The Priscilla Club held their ir.'Mithly meeting at tho homo of Mrs. Claro Cantleld on Center SI. last Thursday. Mr. A. J. Gosiper of the Globe Ta'l oi'ng Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, is at the Hayes A Golt clothing storo this week introducing the new line of fall clothing. Mrs. Will Isaacs, who was re ported last week as so seriously ill is improving. Miss Lillian Ambrose left Tucs' day for Kent. Ohio, where she wdi be located the coming year. Sho plans to study music in Cleveland. Mr. J. 11. Hayes and wifo of McKce stopped over with friends early this week on their way to Lexington. The members of the Lengfellnei family, who have been undergoing an attack of scarlet fever nre bet ter. Jim lUipard, guest of Mrs. S. Scale. STOVES Stoves Stoves stoves Stoves Stoves Stoves Mrs. E. II. Brookshire of Winchester; Ky. Mr. anil Mrs. Curt Parks of Kingston at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Parks. Miss Cora Spicer of Beattyville, Gel that aluminum cooking waro (ad) at Welch's. spent Mrs. Nannie Brauamau weeks end with her daughter, Mrs. Jack Lazwell of Brush Creek. Mr. Ora and Miss Ella Adams attended the wedding of their brother Charles, Wednesday at Winchester. Mr. Jose Huiz, who was a student in the Academy Department in 11)13. hut is a student in Union College nt Jere. Tho prayer mooting topic this ltarboursville. was in town for a week is found in Acts lf. "Is the few days visit with friends. Christian church bound by Mosaic Be Saving of Water. usages?-- ' "How far inny saint disWater users have every reason to agree and remain saints?" Tho be saving of this precious thing for room was nearly full last week. the next two months. New Song Books In the Main Chapel Our springs are fed by the water A new song book, "Christ in Song. which seeps out of the saturated appears this fall m the Main Chapel. 'Ibis hook is ivinarkable for the full colled Ion of favorite songs, con taining many which are found in no other collection. The whole number is nearly a thousand. It is endorsed by many of tho best hymn writers. am sure the Fannie Crosby says. hook will he a success." James "I like the swing of this music and tho ring of these words." Seeral thousand dollars wero paid stoves Union Church News. Ilally Day brought out a largo attendance. The Sunday School was full. Sup erintendent Dick presented some interesting features appropriate to tho day. The Bible Class filled Mr. Burgess's room. Tho clas quartette, Mr. and Mrs. Stevens; Mr. and Mrs. Osborne gave some special music. Tlw It was an interesting hour. Secy., Mr. Kidd opened the door for new members. The church services were enrirh-e- d by sijecial music. Prof. lligby lias scured a competent and enthusiastic choir that lends inspiration to the services. The subject of tho sermon was "The Joy of God in Ills Church." Last Friday, shortly after the evening meal, the members of tho Phi Delta society with their guests for the evening, proceeded to the creek bottom where under the cheering light of a big honllre, they mado themselves merry for the oening. The menu consisted mainly of sow belly as it was really intended to be a 'Sowbelly roast.' Mnrshmallows, too, were in evlilenro but then no alTair of that nature would he comThe plete without them. dispensed with, the eumlng was then gieu oor to seech-mak-iu- g by the older members and tho singing of the old society songs. bill-of-fa- re J. W. Bralchcr and others, on notTceof election po-llll- Stoves Stoves Notice is hereby given that thero will be an election held in tho nhovo styled action in Blue Lick Precinct No. 15, Madison County, Ky., on tho third day of Nov. 1911. laklng the sense of tho hual voters of said precinct whether or not cattle or any species thereof shall run at largo on tho public roads thereof, this Sept. 1C, 1911. Attorney, It. B. Terrill, (ad. 1.1) Clerk. Madison Co. Court. StOVeS stoves Stoves stoves Stoves Stoves Stoves Stove6 Stoves Stoves StOVeS stoves StOVeS stoves Now Ready to Show Ready - to - wear Apparel and Millinery in the Newest Designs and Models to ceedingly reasonable prices. Richmond, Stoves Stoves EVERYTHING IN STOVES AT meet the requirement of good taste in Dress at Ex- B. E. BELUE & COMPANY Kentucky Fern Wolfe writes from Clearwater, Florida, "I am sorry that I can not be with you all in Berea this fall term." Word has reached us of tho marriage of Mr. John Pasco to Miss on Florence Edgar of Urbana, O., nt September 12. They will be home at Atlanta, Ga., where Mr. Pasco's business has located him. Ethel Winifred King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. King was married to Mr. Ernest Howard de Itochcinout, on the 19th inst. Many will remember tho father as Prof. King who had charge of the wood working department for so many years. Miss Lillian Ambrose has resigned her position at Lincoln Institute to lake up Voice Culture at Cleveland, Ohio. Shu will make her home in Prof. Seale's family at Kent, O. BEREA VISITORS Mr. Will Dooley. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Hallett rocks of the mountains around. These rocks aro now nearly dry. A good rainfall of several hours will not do much towards saturating the mountain rocks. We shall not have aturating rains until December anil must plan for two months for a scanty supply. Be thoughful and saving. Marsh-Woodward Swell New go-w- ay Marsh was mairied at Bridge Water, Va... Sept. 23 to Mary Doak Woodward. They will make their homo in Va., Harrisonburg, Mr. where Marsh is supervisor over Hie Shenandoah Valley Forest Preserves. Tho bride belongs to an old Virginia family and an ancestor by the name of Doak established the llrsl college west of the Blue Itidge mountains, and she herself has been a teacher in her homo town for four yeiirs. Mr. Seward Hats For Fall Letter from and Or. Cowley. 1101 children of Pittsburg, Pa. Monterey lload, S. Pasadena, Cal. rd Miss Myrtle Click of Boonoville. Dr. Mocker of Hichmond. Mr. S. E. Aeilts of tho Hush Medical Co I lego, Chicago, III. Mr. Otis Parcel, of Middlotown, O. Guest of Mr. Estylle Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Anderson of Buckhorn, Ky." The Citizen: On my arrival hero from Hood Hiver I found that Mrs. Parry, Mrs. Cowley's mother, had died that morning. Mrs. Cowley will accompany tho body to New York Mills, N. Y., whero it will bo buried. rihe will stop on her return trip to visit her sister, Mrs. Kraatz al Interlak-o- n, N. Y., and also to see my mother MLss Virginia Poll of Whiles Stain Lorain, Ohio. tion. Ilespeclfully, Dr. 11. II. Cowley. Messrs. Chas. Dunn, Olio Mason, A style to please your fancy, of a shnpe to suit your build, in a color to match your desire, at a price you want to pay, is here awaiting your selection. Right now is the time to come and see them. see CLARKSTON LOR Hardware and Groceries MAIN STREET, Near Bank BEREA, HAYES & GOTT "The Cash Store' KENTUCKY Berea' t Carpenter Course Gives Skill and Earning Power October I, 111 1. Tllfct.lTIKN NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT At tho meetings of Cnpt. James West fl. A. II. Post nnd Ilollcf Corps, Page Five. ENGLAND'S INVASION NEXT THING IN ORDER was This Is Prediction ol Former German spy. An Automobile Free To You If you rc lucky enough to submit the best urtlcle on New York, Sept. 29. UeKnrdlnj; tho war utatoinentn anil prediction made Inst nlRlit by Dr. Arm- gaard Karl Oravea, tho cx (lerm&n gov. ernmont spy. In an address to the members of tho Hctn club, caused a deep Impression on club members, who as enrly aa May 7 last heard Dr. (Iraves predict tho assnsslnntlnn of the grand dutie heir prositmptlvo of Austria, tho outbreak of tho present war "next August" and tho Invasion of llclglum by Germany. lie said that If the heavy German artillery has opened upon Antwerp, aa KtiroiM-a- reported here, Antwerp's great defenses will quickly go tho way or I.legn. "And I tell you tonight that If German captures Antwerp, within six weeks from tonight Kngland will be dictating to Krance the terms of on Saturday last, tho lending feature n Joint session occupied wilh reports of tho recent Nationnl Kncnmpnieiil, nt Detroit. Mrs. Mary II. Dodge nnd Comrades, LoVnnt Dodge and Schuyler Hrowning gavo enthusiastic, accounts of tho hospi tality of the city, U10 helpfulness of the boy scouts, tho inspiration of the grent parade, and tho general uplift of tho occasion. At tlio Hc- licf Corps Convention, Mrs. Dodgo was elected a member of Hie Kx- -j eculivo Hoard, which makes her ono of the National Council, with tho other Nnllonal Olllcers. This is tho first tlnio for ten years that Ken- -, lucky has received olllcial recognition In the National W. It. C. Con City wns Wnslilngton vention. chosen as Iho place for the next En- ciimpmenl. Coming as it docs a half century after the closo of tho war it is intended (o make that the ino- -t notable O. A. II. gathering for manj years. COMRADE JAMES SMITH COLUMBUS BUGGIES and MOGULL WAGONS Are the late arrivals which add two more members to the big family-Ameri- can Fence, Oliver Chilled Plows, Foster Rangers and V. C. Fertilizers. Sold exclusively by "Why 'Auto Boy Suits are peace to be made. captured, Oermony "With Antwerp Better" will thru be ready for her great attack upon Kngland, Tho German fleet has It eottt you nollilng to try. This been kept snugly out of action for a purpose. machine ii given ny by the maker of "Auto Hot" Suits, for which we "Providing all goes well at Antwerp, local agcnti. ire between Nov. 3 and Nov. 8 some 120 German submarine!) will head for Eng 1'rlcei $j.so, $3.50, $j.oo, $7.50 land In two lines. Iletwecn these two llrlng In your hot, ami let 111 fit lines will be shiploads of German sol' dlers to be landed upon English soli. hint out. He will look well, feci Overhead will fly the air fleet with anil make Toil proud of him, f;ootl, llojr" Clothe. their tons of explosives. And I predict therefore that In about six wooks Kng Content blanks free. land will be telling Franco tho terms at which Franco Is to sue for peace. Dr. Graves repeated the statement CORNETT & COYLE that If Germany should over be driven Kentucky to the last ditch, and only then, GerBerea, many will cast her fortunes with Rus sia, nnd that Itussln, longing for slices TALL LYCEUM COURSE of India, will light with Germany Tim ritleiu of Ik'HM mill student ngalnst the rent of the allies. Italy body havo a linn I no of lyretim will line up with the Germans tho mln attractions lo look forward to this uto the destruction of Austria Is as fall. Tito opening number, on Mon sured. day evening, . IL', will Itu a malo Quarrel Ends In Tragedy. quartet tin: "Music Makers." This Terre Haute, Ind.. Sept. 29. Shelby organization was here three years lleckrum, thirty-tw)ears old, colored, ago, anil proved to he one of t In shot and killed his wife at their home. most pleasing tutioiral numbers over Ho is held without ball. The couple given in llcrea. They were artist in had quarreled frequently of late. hut fresh and pleasing to nil, a eom- liinnlion of serious music and rolic iiiir fun thai always pleases. Tin' cls, Ihe advantage of Isdng a cm- . . second number which conies on No zell or stuileiil in nerea !. very ei-: is (K-l- James Smith, of Sand (lap, Jack son County, an old soldier and member of Capt. James West 0. A. It. Post, died in August. Tho deceased was 72 years of ace, born in Owsley County, and was n member of the Wth, Ky. Infantry. Tho following aro (he resolutions adopted by tho I'ost: Ilesolved that in the death of Com rade James Smith, Capt. James West, Post loses a faithful member, his reltho atives n faithful friend, and community in which ho lived an up- right and accommodating Christian Citizen. Ibwolved that a copy of tbeso re solutions be furnished tho family of our deceased comrade and that The Citizen be requested lo publish thorn. Committee: S. 0- - I.ainharl Curtis F. Kelly LcVant Dodge R. H. CHRISMAN "The Furniture Man" Chestnut Street Each department entertained at its The young resectivo dormitory. ladles were highly pleased at the hospitality shown and none but favorable criticisms could be heard as lo the proficiency of tho young men in (ho domestic art of housekeeping. MISS MURRAY MARRIES Berea, Kentucky I vcmher llth, will give tis the pleas tiro of hearing Strickland (lillilan a young lecturer of Iho thoughtful liuinoroiM Myje, Mi, (lillilan hps been "making good" before for and lyceuin audience thi! past few years as but few lecturers have, and all may look forward lo Ills' com ik as a rare treat. The third and llnal number for Iho, fall will be Isabel Han-hil- l Ileecher, a reader of tho highest rank. Mrs. Ilccchor has been in He-rin former years, and all who hao heard her. speak of her work in the highest terms. When one lliinks of lhe.se llitve numbers being offered for only W) Chau-tauijuea dent. Tickets are on sale by agents, or may lie obtained irom ine rorier- Moore Drug Io, Welch s Drug Slore, or the Cooperative Store. BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. Carl Hunt was ngiveably surprised Monday evening by a birth day party, given at her homo on Jackson St.. by a number of her immediate rclatixes. Mrs. Hunt was kept in entire ignorance of the HI tie alTair until everything was n readiness, her friends making all niviiaratioiis while she and Prof. Hunt were out driving. A very de lightful tune was experienced by all. Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky TIME CERTIFICATE PLAN 4 per cent interest on money left deposit six months or longer. We issue a on 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. Wc pay JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES Prices Always Right J. Main B. RICHARDSON Kentucky NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE Bere- Street CLEAR THE SIDEWALK The Town Council of Herca has decided that it is the interest of all concerned that Ihe sidewalk should he reserved for foot passengers. Tliev havo passed two ordinances on Ihe subject, number 22 and nuni- bet 2. mid this lias given rise 10 i .1 nnnlnfllni goonI oeaif 01 iiiisiiiiut:i3i.iiiuiii. 22 prohibits riding on swift Number vehicles, liko bicycles and motor- j cycles, nui ordinance luinuier goes father add prohibits any vehic- lest, pushed or pulled. ,ast week The Citizen published MRS. BURNETTE DIES Mrs. Burnctte died at her homo ordinanco number 22 which it sup . . 1. mu posed was tho only ordinance on on t.enier it. insi wcuk, out 11... 01. pubnews came too late for last weeks that subject. This week it lishes number 25 which takes the issue. Tho causo of her death was place of number 22 and is Iho one mainly attributed to tuberculosis Let none from which disease sbo had been a under which we live. transgress through lack of informa- - sufferer for some tune. Iho funNumbcr 25. The City Council of eral services wore held at her homo the city of Korea do ordain as fol- Dr. Roberts having charge. After lows. Section t: That it shall be the services the body was removed unlawful nnd is hereby forbidden to to tho Scaffold Cane cemetery for Besides her mother, Mrs. ride, push,- - or pull any wagon, ve- burial. locipede, cart or oilier vehicle of Burnetle is survived by a brother liko character on any of the side- and sister, both residents of Berea. walks of the city of Ilorea, KenHOME TEAM WINS tucky and shall bo punishable by a A very interesting game of ball 81.00 nor more line of not less than was played between the homo learn than 95.00 fur eacli offense. and the Blue Lick team Saturday I.. Gay, Mayor, J. afternoon at Blue Lick. Tho homo 12. F. Coylo, Clerk. team won by a score of 0 to 5 after Wo mid tho portion of ordinance 1 verv close fight. The features of n relating lo automobiles as the game were Jackson's work on amended nnd now in force. third and VanWinklo's three-has- o 37. Be it ordained by tho city of hit, which won the game. Herca, Section 1, That St will be Big Lot Sale a Success unlawful for any automobile or Really Com motorcycles to run on the slrcels, Tho Phillips-Wo- st alleys or passways of Berea with inv conducted tho big auction sale of out a light on the same, both in t.0 high class bungalow homo sites front and behind on automobiles, near the new High School building. and in front only on motor eycles To do a stunt of this kind requires and get up and hustle which aro tho hap between the time of sundown sunup. py possessions of tho manager, Mr. Section 2. No aulomobilo or mot llalnh 12. Phillips of the above linn or cyclo shall bo-- allowed to run The free lot was given to Mis. 11. 1, moro than twelve miles per hour Harrison who was the fortunate in tho city limits. All laws that bolder of tho free lot ticket. Tho conflict wilh this law Is hereby re- College Band added much to the salo Any ono violating cither by their good music between sales pealed. ono of theso sections, shall upon LEST WE F0RGETI conviction bo lined not less than In these beautiful autumn days live dollars nor moro than twenty tho tragedy of tho country Is being dollars for each violation, enacted iu Europe. Every day tho sae'rillce of human life is far greater ONE INSTANCE ONLY Here is what 0110 of our realtor than that resulting from tho Johnscity schoo town Hood, the sinking or tho Titanwho is an teacher says in regard to Tho Cit ic, of tho San Francisco earthquake! izen. "I am teaching in city school 11 behooves us, as a peace-loviand hero and all the school has en Christian neonle. to bo serious Near tho closo 0 rolled over llireo hundred pupils thoughtful. ex- I nui always glad to get my copy of the nresent month wo aro to Tho Citizen for when I gel 11, 1 know lied a lecture in Berea, based up that I am id ailing something that is on Iho events of I no present war. irood. clean and helpful to mo. Wo IN OUR OWN STATE get tho best news and nil tho good (Continued from pago 1) news from Tho Citizen." on his Texas ranch. Lexington Her aid. DORMITORY RECEPTIONS The customary dormitory rerop- of Tho oldest and youngest tlous were given at the young men' news carriers wcro Monday afternoon, to lllchmond's dormitories, tho young ladies of Iho school. Duo humbly Joined In wholly business warning, of course, was givon so bonds this week. May joy, peace thoy I that all semblances of untidiness and prosperity bo theirs asnowsy. had vanished by tho appointed time. trod tho uneven path of Iho ct ng Cllmax-Madisonian. Announcements have been reGUILTY. ceived by several college workers of Tho jury in the cage of Oscar Murray, tho marriage of Miss Anna Gatson, charged with tho killing former Secretary to tho President. Hayden of his brother-in-lamarriage took place tho 15th, The Crews, brought in a verdict of at Melroso Highlands, Mass. The guilty last Saturday, which cargroom-eleis a Mr. Bryce Stewart. ENGINEER AND FIREMAN MEET ries with it a sentenco of from flvo Miss Murray was a very popular to ten years in tho penitentiary. DEATH. young lady with all Berea folks, her elo- -, Wycoff mado an On tho 25th, Engineer Geo. Ever- - Attorney genial nature winning ways and (Continued on Pago Eight.) winning her many friends, who extend their heartiest congratulations and well wishes thru The Citizen. They will bo at homo at Ottawa, Ontario, after October tho 15th. w, Victim of Pellagra Lexington, Ky., Sept. 25. Another death from pellagra occurred at tho Eastern Kentucky Hospital for the Insane here last night. The victim was William Click, aged forty-sevyears, formerly of Olive Hill, Ky., and the body wns sent to that place this morning for burial. There are a number of cases of pellagra at this institution and the patients arc being systematically treated. This is the first death from this cause that has been reported hero for several weeks. Lexington Herald. en lin and Fireman P. G. Allen, both of Louisville, wcro instantly killed on the L. Sc. N. between Turners and English station when four span3 of tho wooden trestle No. 10 gavo way Iwneath them, as they were making tlioir regular run out of Cincinnati. The engine and five cars were precipitated below. Joe W. 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The Land of Broken Promises By DANE GOOLIDGE Author of FIGHTING TOOL," "HIDDEN WATERS," THE TEXICAN," Etc. SHREWD SAMMIS THE THIEF OF Tho Elevator Boy's Hints For fice Building Tenants. SAFETY LIES IN Of- LOST SWAMP. In tbo summer Leonard Mitchell began to spend much tlmo In the woods. His home wns In n small vitiligo back of which Iny big, wild Innd, which stretched away to the mountains. Lconnrd would stnrt off enrly In tho I morning right nfter brenkfnst nnd stny nntll supper time. Tramping the woods until he wns tired nnd finding new places to explore, lie would sit down nt noon under some shndy tree by a spring of water nud ent his luncheon. One dny while ho wns eating his luncheon he wns stnrtled by n sudden rush liehlnd him. lie turned quickly, to find n large dog by his side and back of the dog n man with a gun. The man smiled plensnntly nnd said, "Arc you looking for lierrles?" "Yes, sir." answered lconnrd. "Well," snld the mnn, "I have Just tramped over through the woods from Immlngton. nnd Just n little wny back not more thnn hnlf n mile I found a llttlo swampy plnco full of high bush blueberries." Ionard tiognn nt once to hunt for tho little swamp, hut, nithougb ha searched till nenrly dark, ho found no A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution (CooTrUrtit U14. THE OBSERVANCE. Illustrations by DON J. LAVIN br Frank A. Manser J - I.llrrary pen. your of From the first day of their undertaking Hooker had felt that it was unnee call the elevator boy up lucky, and now ha know that tho end nnd hare a frank, friendly talk. was coming. Ills friend was lost to Glvo him full Infurmntlnu In htm, lost allko to a senso of loyalty assent your ImslnoM affairs nnd After a month nnd moro of Idleness regard to nnd honor; ho gloomed by himself nnd show you hnvo nn Interest In his cn Bud and Amlgo performed prodigies thought only of Gracla Aragon. Tho oath which Phil himself had of lnbor In tho cut, rolling down recr. Never attempt to decelvo the elevator .. . .. forced upon Uud was broken and for boulders, lifting them up on tho tram, i -i iI .i gotten; but Uud, by a sterner standard, nnd clearing away tho faco of tho cliff. boy ns to your lliiniu'tnl standing nnd Kruger, haven't you? Yes, you've been the last nil right. Then ho laughed felt bound to keep bis part. One thing Their tram was ramslmcklo, their tho amount of dullness doing. It rests a good pardncr, I don't think 1" shortly and shrugged his shouldors. "I alono could niako him break It his track tho abandoned rails from older with him whether your creditors get up "Well, don't throw me down, nudl" know what you're talking about," word to Henry Kruger. Tho Eagle workings, and their tools llttlo moro to your room or not. pleaded Phil. "There's some mistake don't gruffly, "but ho will stay away, Tall mlno ho held In trust, and halt than their hands, but by noon tho last said Should you remark tbnt Micro are somewhere. must have he right" Her father broken fragments wero heaved asldo reasons why n long Jawed, gray eyed all of It was Krugcr's. found it and taken It away! I'd stake and tho shattered Icdgo revealed. "Muy blen," responded Del Iloy care"Phil," ho sold at last, when his woman with n molo on her chlu should my life on It that Gracla would never A low cry of wonder escaped the lessly and, dismounting at tho Jail, he mind was weary of the ceaseless grind betray me!" bo frozen out In onso sli i Inquires for threw open tho door and stood aside of thoughts, "I bellovo that mineral Yaqul as ho gazed at the rich vein of "Well, think It over for a while," for his rival to como out. agent Is holding back our papers. I oro, and as ho saw tho grim smllo on suggested Bud, edging his words with l'Un,hoi ornfltio unnp rnnltiin " ao. believe old Aragon has passed hlni a Bud's rugged countenance ho showed sarcasm. I'm going up to the hotel!" ,' tlH . thn 'Annr. hundred or eo and they're la cahoots his whlto tccxh in sympathy. i "No; come back!" cried Do Lancey, hJnd hU ardner But phU br,Ued to rob us. But I'll tell you what I'll "Quo bucnol" ho murmured. "How . I with' anger and defiance, and the ca do you glvo mo a power of attorney good I" gathering tho precious fraglng his hand out through the heavy ! aln Perceived that there would be no to recelvo thoso papers for you, and ments in bis handkerchief. camp they crushed At irons. "I'll give you my word for It , bowlPg I'll go In and talk Dutch to tho whole 'picked tho In a mortar and pannedtho "". nohlnR .. oro it ,'8 I won't see her again until we get tJ? n?Uf- - way he outfit." and something "What do you want to do that for?" In tho creek, and for tho moment Do our Utle! Will that satisfy you? Then 'llh demanded Do Lancey querulously. Lancey dropped his air of prooccu-fancn5.ey chok(j give mo your hand, pardner-I- 'm sorry Bald ltnmad, 06 rage. door "Why can't you wait n while? Those there by the aa ho stared at the streak of t hm rnn vmnpf was not the place for picking quarrels. papers have to go to Moctezuma and puro gold. Ltko n yellow film It lay ., rfPl'ed,,Il0lker0..r" They went to the hotel, where Don Hermoslllo and all over tho City of along tho edgo of tho lost flno tailings, ly. as ho , he apo,OJ5,oa for hla nppurent Mexico nnd back, and It takes time. and when skilful washing bad left It Kruger. ButMf you'll keep your word. neg,ect-wh- r lch he excused on the What do you want to mako troublo bare, It gleamed llko a Jewel in the , x . ... u can w.n oui yet. i m rou- -, that pan. had bco heJd for?" , 'incomunlcado placaW them ns best "Dy Jove, Budl" ho cried, "that's tho "Well, I'll tell you, Phil." answered 6 I he could nnd hurried on to tho news. Dud honestly. "I'vo got a J VL , - M,. hunch If we real stuff and It goes a dollar to tho luu.v.uuai uuu i.iu cuse ui I'nu ue "My gracious, Lancey was laid bare. He had been "you don't knowDon Felipe," Ihe cried, don't grab them papers soon we won't pan easy I" was to how sorry "Suro thing!" nssented Uud. "Let's engaged In n desperate rivalry with see you in Jail, but tho captain's or- get 'em at all. Hero theso rebels are working closer all the time, and Ara- pound a lot of It and wash It as wo go Manuel del Bey for the hand of Graders were that no one should go near gon Is crowding us. I want to get title then wo'll have somo getaway money cla Aragon, and his present Incarcera you and In Mexico wo obey tho ruwhen things break looso hero!" tion was not only for singing we rales, you know. Otherwise we are nnd turn It over to Kruger, before "I'll go you!" answered PhU, and beneath the Aragon windows, but for placed against a wall and ehot lose out somewhere." Bud's heart warmed toward blm as ho trying to whip tho captain of the ru "What's the matter with me going watched him pound up a piece of oro "But have you heard the news from rales when the latter tried to place down below? Ah, what terrible times in and talking to the agent?" suggestand go to swirling tho dirt In the TIIK NKXT TlMi: HE HMILEIV. blm under arrest. they are having there ranches raided, ed Phil. Then, as he saw his paw- pan. And De Lancey was the prisoner not women stolen, you by name the boy will understand ner's face, he paused and laughed bitranrich men hold for Uut alas for the fond hopes he cher- that your home of the comlsarlo, but of the captain of som! Yes, ha txi'ti broken up it is worse than ever! Al- terly. Even as he washed out tho through no ished! the rurales. Sore at heart. Bud rode ready I am receiving telegrams to prefault of your. "You don't trust me any more, do gold mind wandered far away, Phil's up through tho Mexican quarters to pare rooms Owing to the retfpoiinlMlltlfi you. Bud?" he said. for the refugees, back to tho hotel where Gracla Ara on hN Khoulilet. the elevator boy nevthe cuartel of the rurales, but the cap people are coming In crowds. and the "Well, it ain't that so much." evaded "WHO DO TOO SOrrONB DID IT. IB?" gon sat watching by tho window. tain was Inexorable. er Jokes on duty, nnd undue familiar1HKK1) UEX. "Our friend, tho Senor Luna, and Hooker; "but I sure don't trust that Her hair was tho color of gold, spun ity Is certain to prejudice him ngnlnxt "No, senor," he said, waving an elo- his son Fellz Lave been taken by Ber- Manuel del Itey. The first time you fine and refined again; yes. It was n tenant lie friendly, but don't over-doi- t trace of It That evening ho went quent finger before his nose, "I cannot nardo Bravo Only by an enormous go Into town he's going to pinch you. worth moro than this golden dross over to the house of bis best friend. release your friend. No, senor!" ransom was he able to save his wife and I know it." that ho caught In the bottom of his A tenant on the eighth floor who Ben lMgerly. and told blm about It "But what is he charged with?" per- and daughters, and his friends must going to go In all the same," "I'm pan. And what was gold If ho could wishes to form the acquaintance of n Ben eagerly agreed to go partners and sisted Bud, "and when is his trial? now pay for him. declared De Lancey, "and It the little not bavo help hunt for the lost swamp her? good looking sti'tiosraptHT on tho You can't keep him shut up without a " "At the ranch of the rich Spaniard, squirt tries to stop me tho next morning they started. floor umfcex n great mistake when trial.1 Aw, Phil," entreated Bud, "be rea Alvarez, there has been a great battle he leaves the elevator boy out of hit each with a big pnll nnd a large pack-agAt this the captain of the rurales in which tho sonable, can't ye? You got no call to were defeatof luncheon, nnd n llttlo before 10 scheme mid luiyx a scrubwoman lifted his eyebrows and one closely ed with losses. Now Bernardo Bravo go up against that little feller. He's a cents to hand In a bouquet nnd his o'clock they found tho swamp. waxed mustachlo and smiled mysteri swears he will avenge his men, and bad actor, I can see that, and I believe What a sight It wns! Never had card. ously. Alvarez has armed his Yaqul work- he'd kill you if he got the chance. Uut InvItliiK an elevntor twy out to lunch either of the boys seen such bushes or "Y como nor he Inquired. "And men.. wait a little while maybe he'll get In order to pump him about the btond such berries. why not? Is he not a Mexican citl "He Is a brave man, this Colonel took off in tho fights this summer!" Going off n little to one side, where In tho Insurance otlkv. or the brunette ten?" No, ho's too cursed mean for that!" Alvarez, and his Yaquls are all warIn the paper putterii agency. U bad the cTound wns higher nnd drier, they "Well, perhaps he is!" thundered riors from the hills; but Bernardo has muttered De Lancey, but he seemed form. He t els that an attempt li be- laid their luncheon and their conts un Bud, suddenly rising to his full height, gathered all the insurrectos in the to tako some comfort In the thought. ing tnaile to betray lilt confidence der a tree nnd then, returning to tho "but I am not! I am an American, country together Campos, Hojae, the As for Bud, he loafed around for a through his love for tomato soup nnd swamp, begnn to pick. The berries eenor capltan, and there nre other brothers Eacaboza and they may while, cleaning up camp, making roast beef. It li much Ietter to call were so big that It wns not work, but Americans! If you hold my friend crush him with their numbers. But smoke for the absent Yaqqui, and looktil m Into the office, hand him ?2 nnd play, and they plied up so fast that by without a trial I will come and tear now there is other news that they ing over tho deserted mine, but sonie- state your case plainly. noon each Isiy hnd his ten quart pall your Jail down and the comlsarlo will are marching upon Fortuna and El thlngln the changed atmosphere made When the elevutor boy Is handed a nearly two thirds full. Uut thoy wero not stop me, either!" Tigro, to seize the mines and mills him restless and uneasy. note and nxked to deliver It nt a cer hungry then and decided to leave tho "Ah!" observed the dandy little cap- and hold the rich American companies "I wonder where that dogged Intain room the sum of W) cents should berries where (hey were. up for ransom tain, shrugging his mustachlo once dian went to," he said for tho hunalways nccompiiny It. This is In no What n surprise they hnd! Under more and blinking, and while Hooker sense a lirllx-- . "No, senores, you must not return dredth time, as tho deep shadows It simply saves long tho treo where they had left their raged back and forth he looked blm to your camp. Remain here, and you gathered In the valley. "By Joe, Phil, winded explanation. The boy at once luncheons were only scraps of torn over appralslngly. recognizes the fact that tho note Is and greasy paper. shall still have your room, though If Amlgo comes bock I'm going to go strictly n business affair probably re "One moment!" he said at last, rais- Spanish gentlemen sleep on the floors, ahead on that mine. I wont to keep "Who do you supposo did It. LenT lating to the Interest on a mortgage asked Ben. ing a quieting band. "These are peril- No, allow me, Don Felipe! I wish to him around here, and wo might as or the purchase of real estate nnd he ous times, senor, In which all the de- show you how highly I value your well get out some oro, If it's only for "Maybe It was that Joe Wllklns." loses no time In plurlng It In the hands said Leonard. "He saw us going off Come on what do you fenders of Fortuna should stand to- friendship! Only because we cannot a grub-stakof the typewriter to whom It Is nd this morning. Perhaps he followed us." gether. I do not wish to have a dif- disobey the rurales did I suffer you to say? We'll open her up there's nothdressed. He also feels morally bound ference with the Americans when Ber- lie In Jail; but now you shall be my ing to hide now. Well, I'll do It myIt was bard to hnvo no luncheon; not to mention the mutter to any other but since It could not be helped, tbo self, then this setting around Is getnardo Bravo and hie men are march- guest, you shall " tennnt ing to take our town. No, I value the boys decided to go back anil finish Nope." answered Bud; "we're safer ting on my nerves." The Janitor of n skyscraper has cer filling their palls nnd then go borne. eyes, trained from his His friendship of the valiant Americans out at the mine." tain powers, nnd the agent Is n man to But they were to have another survery highly so I will lot your friend He glanced at De Lancey, in whose boyhood to search tho hills for cattle, ho referred to. but a tenant who leaves go. But first he must promise me one mind rosy visions were beginning to scanned the tops of tho rldgea as ho prise. They found both pulls tipped thing not to trouble the Senor Ara- gather, and he, too, declined with a spoke; and while he sat and pondered Thrust His Rifle Into Its Sling and the elevntor loy out of his calculations over and all the berries gone. It lookwill get badly left It wus only Inst ed like a pretty mean trick. Hut neigon by making further love to his sigh. they noted every rock. started for Town. week that a young man In tho woolen ther Leonard nor lien was n boy who Then at last he rose up slowly and daughter!" "Make it a bed for the night," ho gazed at a certain spot. Ho waved He paused In his labor and a dreamy goods agency planned to get down to would glvo up easily when he hnd once "Very well!" replied Bud. "He has said. "I've got to get out of this town o'clock to nsk the started to do a thing, ho both of them already promised that to me; so come before I tangle with Del Hoy again and his arm, beckoning tho distant point smile parted his lips then ho broke the front door nt 12 eye girl In tho hook and room to lunch picked up their palls and went dogon and let him out." find myeelf back in Jail. And now lead of blackness to como in, and soon Into a song: with him. He had not taken me Into gedly to work to till them again. "To you?" repeated Manuel del Iley me to it I'm perishing for a bath and from around a point In tbo canyon the Sweet honey bee. b sweet to me. his confidence. Between tho nerenth Picking as fast as they could and Yaqul appeared, bearing a heavy Mau My heart Is free, but here'e the key; ' sloop!" with a faint Bmlle. "Then, perhaps" U3cx up tho Karilen sate: honey, you and the eighth Moors l stuck the ele moving on wherever seemThey retired early and got up early ser rifle on his arm. "Perhaps nothing!" broke In Hooker vator for twelve minutes, nml tho hook ed to be thickest, thothe berriesa know I'll wait. Across hi broad breast hung the Under boys In little for Bud was haunted by fears. But shortly. "Come on!" tho ramtlor rose tree-ennd eye girl walked off with tho glass cartridge-belt- , while hnd worked some llltlu way two mors Onco more he returned to his work, ware innii nnd was lost forover. He led tho way Impatiently while as they passed through Old Fortuna same familiar apart from each other, but without the captain, his saber clanking, strodo the worst happened to him thoy met encircled hla hips, and ho walked humming now the dulcet etralnB of One day I was taking up tho sus Gracla, mounted on a prancing horse with his head held high, like tho warThe Merry Widow," and when Uud pender man nnd the girl In tho railroad knowing It. Then Leonard. Just ns ho out and rode beside him. He was not came buck from tbo cut It was to hoar supply olllce. I noticed him smiling reached a flno bush loaded with great a big roan, this swashing captain of and followed by a rural guard, and she rior that be was. rich, dark hluo berries, beard n rustle Evidently his flight had led to the a coon song: nt her In n melting way He know that the rural police, but be was master. smote him to the heart with a smile. It was not a smile for PhU, gone place whore his arms had been hid, for 'Cos I want yer, me honey, yes, I want I noticed It. and. after she had got out and n sudden "Woof!" on tho othor nevertheless, of a great district, from sldo of It and found himself looking ytr, want yer; he wild: Fortuna to the line, with a reputation astray and wounding by chance; It ho woro tho regulation Into tho fnee of n half grown bear! "fJiinitnls. did you know tbnt girl wns for quick work in the pursuance of his WBS a daHng. admiring smile for at his hip and around his hat was the 'Cos I want yer, ma honey, yes I dot ror a moment ho was too frightened So he labored and sang, until finally nn orphan?" duty as well as In tho prlmroso ways Dud alone, and he sat stralghter In his red ribbon of his people, hut Dud was to move. He was not too frightened saddle. But PhU uttered a groan and too pollto to aBk him about his Jour- the labor ceased, and then tho song. No. Blr." of love. to yell, however. Ho gavo ono wild ney. Blnco his coming tho Yaqul bad He wont nbout other things, and other Yes, she Is nil nlono In this world In the Insurrections and raldlngs of struck his horse with tho quirt. always maintained a certain mystery, thoughts, not so cheerful, filled his nnd her Job Is pajimr only seven dot- - cry. "A bear. Hen; a bear!" at the top "She cut met" he moaned. the previous summer be had given the of his voice. At the sound tho bear "Aw, forget It!" growled Bud, and nnd now, though bis eyes were big mind. Mrs a week." coup de graco with hla rorolver to disappeared, and Leonard heard the with portent and he smiled at the Jests Bud returned sadly to the company "And you were smiling to encourage more than ono embryo bandit, and In they rode on their way in silence. wild rush he made as ho dashed away about bis gun, ho simply waved his of tho Yaqul and gavo It up. Perhaps her?" his love affairs he bad tfhown that he through the bushes. Then Leonard, hand to the south and cast and mur- bis pardner had been right when, rid"ICxnctly, SiHiiinls. Yes, I wanted her too, could be equally summary. CHAPTER XVI. ran nt tho top of his sieed. mured: ing out of Agua Negro, ho had en- :o renllze (hut although tho world nt The elegant Fellz Luna, who for a A minute later Hen Joined him. and "Muchos rovoltosost" larged upon tho dangers of Old Mexnrgo wns cold nnd heartless, there At their camp by the Eagle Tall time had lingered near tho charming "Seguro;" answered Bud Jokingly; ico, "tho land of tnanana and broken were yet n few people whoso hearts be also was running ns If the bear Gracla, had finally found himself up mine, even though thoy held it still "but have you killed any?" were at his very heels, and uelthcr boy promises." Certainly his speoch had wero not entirely frozen up." against a pair of pistols with the op- - nnd were heirs to half Its gold, the Not yet!" returned the Indian, and beon prophetic In regard to dark-eyeHndn't you better tnke me Into your stopped tillInthe first bouses of the viltwo pardners were glum and sorrow, lage enmo tlon of either fighting Captain del Bey sight ho did not smllo at that women; for, oven as ho bad said, onflilenre, sir?" I asked ns he got out. or returning to his parents. Tho young fuL Tbo treacheries which Bud bad The "I wonder what that Indian Is waitnothing seemed to please them better "I'll take you liy the hair of your guided next day n party of hunters. by Leonard and Hen. visited the man concluded to beat a retreat. For . forgiven in a moment of exaltation ing around bore for?" remarked Phil In head Instead, you young reprnlmto!" be to man a like offense Philip De Lancey had came back to him now as bo brooded; English. "Ho must have bis eye on than waacome botween bo feltand man. little swump. There, sure enough, they a madness, It suro the ald. been unceremoniously thrown into and he eyed his friend askance, as it somebody." found plenty of traces of the bear- sTho next day I went to t ho rallrond spell of tht hot country, where tho In tho mud. as of an old bear Jail; and now tho capltan turned his , wondering what ho would do noxt "Yeab, I bot," agreed Dud, regard women look out from behind barred upply girl tu a fatherly way nnd told tracks He recalled all tho circumstances of attention to Bud Hooker, whoso mind specula- windows and men Blng boncath their her of tho suspender man's wife nnd and two young ones, and bushes bent their quest tho meeting with Kruger, ing his savage friend with a Yaqul he had not yet fathomed, tive interest. "Most of them balconies at midnight Already It had even fllldren. mid the next tlmo he down and stripped of their berries. It "Excuse me, senor," he said, after a I'hU's insistence on the adventure the soldiers was farmhands la this coun- cost blm hla pardner would It con- 'lulled nt her hlie poked hlni In the chin was plain enough where the boys' brief silence, "but your words left mo oalu 01 loyally which thoy had sworn; try before they rounded thorn up. I quer his will as well and make him with her umbrella and threatened to luncheons bad gone nod bow their palls bad lieeti tipped over. But tba In doubt whether to regard you as a unJ then the gradual breaking down reckon bo's looking for the man that forget iitut him lnt court. SAMMIS. hli trust? brotherly devotion until now I of 'heir bears themselves could not bo found- .friend or a rival." The Klevntor Iloy. had him deported. (To bo continued) Youth s Compuolon. "Whattl demanded Uud, whoso theywetft strangers at heartu Amlgo?', he Inquired In "Tired. . 191 s; knowledge ofSjiinnah ata not oxtona"No!" exclaimed Do. Lance?, start lng back; "why whero'd you get It!" to tho elegancies. "You said," explained the captain "Novcr mind whero I got It!" answered Hooker. "The question Is: politely, "that your friend had prom' Ised you ho would not troublo tho lady What did you do with It?" "Well, I might as well como through further. Does that mean that you aro with It," confessed Phil, the last of his nterestod In her yourself, or meroly PCrcelvO the hopelessness of njumnvnrfi xrnnn. "I rrivn It to flrnrlnl" . that ' "And I took It away from Aragon," his sult ttnd w,,sh t0 Protect him from a greater evil that may well befall xnnMntia n,ni "mhito tin mam Hiin """" t. , i. uio 1.1 o iiimf rur iuuk juu, Buuur, .1. gin I. some more chunks out of our mine. So ralno, and no man can como between that Is your Idea of being truo as steel, i . I 1 ot Phil-nby" himsoU, keeping his thoughts to himself, and ho stood aloof whllo ho waited for tho worst to hap- Spanish', ond Tgnnclo gravely" acknowledged that ho was, a little. "Then drink plenty coffeo," went on Hooker. "Eat lots tomorrow wo go to work in tho mine." "Tomorrow?" repeated tho Indian, ns if considering his other ongago-mcnt"good!" Ho nodded a smiling But Woe to Him Who Lends a 8corn ful EatwCatei In Point Showing the Advisability of Having a Reel Friend In Time of Need. Copyright, Dy M. QUAD. by AMoclntrt . ITrM.J KPttltiR settled In A" ,,,, ,, , ,. err,at,.b9-... " y ! T j B0?l?,V?J, llTl-"- - rag-tim- e 1 ser--nt- h o ' knife-bayon- I 1 1 October I, 1011. TO CITIZEN Pace Severn. Popo IN THE HOME Children's Column A MERRY Comparison Between Christ and the WHISTLER BOY SCOUTS VERSE roil THIS WEEK Sweet Is tlm smilo of homo; lliu mutual look Whun hearts nro of each other sure; Swccl all tlio joys that crowd tho household nook, Tho hniinl of all affections pure. J. Kehle. How to Food Your Boy After School. The October Woman's Homo Com x called panion linn a department "Tho Exchange" a department full of helpful ideai contributed by readers for I bo benefit of others. A Massachusetts woman makes the following BiiKpeslion: A friend of mine, who lias three hungry boys of different ages who come homo from school clamoring for 'something to eat,' has devised this srhemu to keep them out of tho pantry: She has three boxes plainly lettered with their names, and nfler luncheon she fills each with whatever is best for that par ticular boy." Don't liana Tour Portrait in Your Own Llvino-Hoo- OF AMERICA. door each day: . whistles nt his work, and lie whistles at his play, Ho whistles when he's merry, ho 8couti at Cleaners, whistles when ho's sad: Tlio law of the boy scout requires Ho whistles whon tho weather's that "n scout Is clean, lie keeps Hue, bo whistles when it's bad. clean In Ixxly nnd thought, stnnds for clcnn speech, clean sport, elenn habits Of nil tho littlo children who daily and travels with n clenu heart." pass my door, It Is therefore loglrnl nnd iinliirnl There's nono that seemeth happier, tlint wo hear with constantly Increasing frequency of the scouts taking nn gives me pleasuro more Than the merry littlo whistler who active part In tho local "cleanup move ments." From the New York lieml charms my cam away. quartern we learn Hint the boy scouts I almost wisli I too could learn to of ltevcrly, Mass., picked up paper nml whistle and ho gay. In New rubbish from the streets York they ilerotci! several ilnys to the If I WERE A SUNBEAM general cleanup of the city. In Tuxe do, O., they proved helpful to tho citi "If I wero n sunbeam, zens committee, which Inslstinl on I know what I'd do: better sanitary conditions throughout I would seek while lilies In Syracuse nnd tlio municipality. Ilainy woodlands through: Rochester, N. Y the schools were halt I would steal among them, eil one day while the scouts cnrrhil on Softest light I'd shed, In Mouon- a rnmpnlgn of cleanliness. gnbcln, Pn., the boy smuts went out Until uvcry lily In on n crusade iignlust tin cans. liaised its drooping head. rortlnnd, Ore., they cleaned up the back ynrds, nnd In New Itocbcllc fifty "If I wero a sunbeam, scouts cleaned up back lots. In WashI know whero I'd co: ington boy scouts havt! mnde n special( Into lowliest howls, ty of personal henlth mid sanitation Dark with want and woo: And so the record goes. And the upward, Till sad hearts looked streets nnd towns nre cleaner, nnd the I would shino and slilno; boys nre learning the lessons of perThen they'd think of heaven, soiinl responsibility mid citizenship. Their sweet homo and mine." Big Enrollment of ScojU. Art thou not n sunbeam, Tlio latest reorts from natlonnl Child whoso life is glad bendqunrters. Hoy Scouts of America, With an inner radianco show that nt the present time uearly In this country nre en-- ' 400.000 boj-fiuiishino never had? rolled In the boy scout movement nnd Oh. as Ood has blessed thee, that nearly 10,000 men nre giving their Scatter rays divine! time, without compensation, to look For there is no sunbeam ' after them. Instruct them nnd In ninny Hut must die, or shine. Instances take the part n father should Lucy Lnrcom. Twenty-twnations throughout the He s o merry lltllo whistler goes by my Christ said: My kingdom is not of lliis world. Tho popo conquers cities by forces. Christ had n crown of thorns. Tho popo wears a triple diadem. Christ washed tho feet of Ills lisciplcs. The pope has his loo kissed by kings. Christ paid tribute. Tlio pope takes it. Christ fed tho sheep. Tho popo shears for his own pro- III. SIXDOORS FOR ASPIRING JYOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door cial. Berea's Vocational Schools Training that adds to your money-earnin- g power, combined wttfc general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, CommerFOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Christ was poor. Tho popo wishes to bo master of the world. Christ carried on his shoulders tho cross. Tho pope is carried on ,lho shoulders of his servants in liveries of gold. Christ despised riches. The pope has no other passion than for gold. Christ drove out tho merchants from the temple. The popo welcomes them. Christ preached peace. Tho popo is tho torch of war. Christ was meekness. Tlio popo is prido personified. Christ promulgated the laws that the popo tramples under foot. J J. Crowley, in "Romanism A Men ace to tho Nation." German Idea Worth Following. No ono haa figured out the lnflnltoai- mal space of time It takea American women to adopt, In city, town and General Education for those not far advanced, combined with seme vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for moat rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Coarse For thoso who are not expecting to teach and who are not going thru College, but deslro moro general education. This is just the thine for thoso preparing for med cal studies or oilier professions without a college course. It also gives tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on oy themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect to tench. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keepright on in their course of study. Read Dinsmore'a great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. Tba Academy is now Berea's largest department. 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered OUR HEROES In the Octolwr Woman's Homo Here's a hand to tho boy who ha? courage Companion George Alfred Williaim must inlorpstiiie nnd nrac wrlli'M To do what he knows to bo right. lically helpful article entitled 'The When ho falls in the way of temptation, Pictures on Your Walls," in which Ho lias a hard battle to fight. l.ii (oils how to choose and ban them effectively. Following is nn Who strives against self and his nxti-iicl- : comrades, 'lio ilri'l iiiiortant step is the Will find a most powerful foe; selection of proper pictures Tor till All honor to him if he conquers, A 'cheer for the boy who 6uys ferent rooms. Several general sug "Not" itistinns nnnly to Ibis pbaso of hanging pictures. many a baltlo fought daily "Tim formal narlor has gradual There's Tho world knows nothing about; average ly disappeared fijom tlio There's many a brave little soldier American home, leaving in Its place Whose strength puts n legion to coinpanionablo living-roothe moro rout. where the family congregate And lie who fights single-handfricntij. Pictures cnos and receive Is more of a hero. I say. en for it should therefore, bo of Than he who leads soldiers to bat general interest. Family porlraiU tle, are and photographs or menus And conquers arms in the fray, deoidely out of place. The casual filler should not be required t) il I to steadfast, my boy, when you're tempted ai.d gare at iutimatu pictures: pel m.tiril nirliirns liavc a mom lltllli? To do what you know is not right; ... ...... -I place in the privacy of bedrooms. Stand firm by the colors of manReproductions of good paintings, or hood, And you'll overcome in the fight tho original paintings themselves, ever are always in good lasto for the liv 'Tlio right!" bo your battle-cr- y In waging the warfare of life; Selections Tor llio um inc.rnnin will readily suggest them And God, who knows who are I lie heroes, selves; pictures of good cheer, of Will givo tho strength for the convival gatherings, of animals mi! Kbeu I, lle.xford. strife. h..nling scenes nro suitable 11 m, ed -ing-roo- Abo Martin's Wise Sayings. o AN UNWELCOME VISITOR. III lllll Ul IUWVI Evtrybody Should Traat Him Juit zinn "Alio" Martin publishes more This Sensible Man Did. fol- wise sayings, a few of which Tbero was u light knock at tho Imv? outer door, nnd the child who was "Tlier's no objection o' trafilo on playing on the tloor with her grand' Inv Klrni'L father suddenly looked up. "A firm chin Is helpless without "Somebody's knocking, gran'pa,' n aliff nnnnr lin. sho said. "Shall I got'" "A loafer must feel funny when a "1 guess 1 know who it is," tho holiday comes along. grandfather replied. "1 saw him "I hate I eat by a feller that holiU looking in the wmoow just now, his arms liko a snaro drummer. Yes. vou mav ixo." "Tell Uinkley found two dollars So the child opened tlio door and in a olo vest yesterday an' no can i looked out and presently camo uacK, ' think u'lin ho owes 'em to. "It's nn old, old mau, gran'pa, an' "It's nice t' live in a little town ho says his name is Old Age, an' P - I. givo somc-- i 110 . s ulinrn von don t liavo t got a lot ot II ' tilings in a uuskci 111 I II fl iiimn L hold vour overcoat. for you." "What's becomo o' tb' Tlio irrandfiitlicr laughed. V say, 'Lips girl that used "He's making a duty cull, dearie," I. i that touch wlno snail never iuuuu ho said. "Did ho mention what ho nilno'?" had in tho basket?" "Somo of th' things, grau'pa. The Passlno of Youth. Ho s got aches and pains nnd shaki In tho October American Magazino ncss and weakness. ' The grandfather laughed ogain. a husband who has been married years reports somo of twcnty-llv- o "A full supply, eh? Well, dearie, Ids experiences in life. In tho foi you go back and tell him I'm so lowing passage ho tells how it felt busy p!uyitig with you that I haven't il. wuu .!... any lima 110 uuiuor ...ill. mm. tium to nass from youth to iniddio ago: "To mo lh nasslnc of youth was tell him there s nothing doing to escaping from a torment of passion, dav." "And if ho won't go away, gran' strife and trouble into plaoid content. My griefs' and joys grew Ies3 pa?" "Then vou tell him there's an old violent, I coascd hating thoso who had wronged mo nnd, in lesser de boy in hero who will como out and cliaso him down tho highway. Hut gree, grow cnlmor in my attachments. Undisturbed by passions, I I guess ho's got senso enough to found I could think moro clearly, eeo ho can t do business with us wo'ro much too young for him. ho moro liberal, and understand betHut wait, sweetheart. Tell him that tor." man somo time when he has a long, long Reputation A bubblo which a bursU when bo tries to blow It for sleep in his basket ho can leave it at tho door. Hut there's no hurry." hlmsolf. So tho child went to the door Watnr A fluid useful for washing and delivered her messago and purposes. Somo poop'o we said to camo back. drink It "It's your shot, gran'pa," she word you can uae said. Synonym A And their laughter mingled when you don't know how to spell the Clovcland riant Dealer. other one. ? V 1 -- world now have successfully organized boy scouts, all striving toward the same end to do good, help other people nt nil times, development of n boy's cbarnctcr nnd good citizenship. Shot! For Hiking. As new shoes often nre of grent dls comfort to the wearer. It might lie of Interest to know how to treat tbem and receive comfort nnd enjoy the lilkt from tlio very beginning. In selecting shoes nlwnys examine tho soles well. They should be heavy but not too right, nnd ns near wnterproof ns imsslble. A shoe that Is too tight, especially nt the toes, should never Iks worn. Tho foot should be list without cramping, fit snugly nt the heel, but not with too stiff n counter A shoe which Is too Inrge is ns uncom fortnble ns one which Is too tight. It permits of free slipping back nnd forth nnd nibbing up nnd down on the heel, nnd blisters nre npt to be produced which nre n crent hindrance In wnlk Ing nnd often the end of the vacation. Breaking In Shoes A comfortably tlttlng shoe when first trkM mny become extremely troublesome after hiking over hot pavement or rough country. This can be readily overcome. A shoeuinfcer will soak his leather In water to make It pllablo nnd permit him to clvc It proper curves If the shoes give trouble walk Into n creek nr stteam nnd soak them thor ougtily. Never mlml the wet feet. Aft er having them well sonked the lenther will be soft .nn! pliable. Then keep on hiking until the shoes nre perfectly dry. Hv following these Instructions closely the leather not only will be come stretched, but the shoe will be shaped to the natural conformation of the foot. Care of the Feet. The care of the feet Is one of the most essential things to remember whllo preparing for a hike. The feet should m! bathed nt least once every twenty-fou- r hours. If possible two pairs of shoes should be taken, nnd a chnngo should be made each day. A liberal supply of Blockings should be on hand. If this Is not practical or possible have at least two pairs free from holes nnd darnings. Clean stock Ings should be donned every morning This enn lx done with two pairs by wnshlng one pair every evening. hnV' lng them dry In the morning so they can 1h packed before the day's hiking begins. - country, the latest fashion presented In Paris. But American cities, according to Frank Koostor, a consult ing engineer and civic planning expert, are hopelesaly behind the stria In municipal appearance, Judging from the Gorman standard, which, Mr. Koester believes. Is the very latest. In the Travel magazine Mr. Eoeatar dlacuaaee "What Qermaa Cltlea Can Teach Us." Like fata book. "Modern City Planning and Maintenance,' pub- na&ed by McBrtde. Nast & Co- - It la an urgent plea for American cltlea to Improve their appearance. The beauty of Oerman cities con sists In their attention to detail, Mr. Koester concludes. The attention to dotal! la made possible by nonparti san and commission form of govern ment. He gives some of the regulations generally In force through out Oerman cltlea, which America might do wen to copy. Qualified to Speak. This is tho crown ot the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. "Say, pop. wbut bird has the biggest bill?" The utork. my son. unquestionably. St Louis Grim Reality. charge. All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the vaue of their labor. Exetpt in winter it is txpeeted that all will have a chance to earn a part of tkeV expentet. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate b th best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. TH1 STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. Tho Coll.-gasks no rent for the fine buildings in which stuients live, charging only enough roosa rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, in the fall, and $1.50 in winter for furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 aai $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM Incidental Fee Room VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL OOLLCOB BEFIEA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with its affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g institution. It requires certain 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 regulation to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our student come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra $ 5.00 5.60 $ 6.00 7.00 $ 7.64 7.00 Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept 16, 1914... Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 4, 1014 Total for term Incidental Fee Room 0.45 $20.05 M $29.50 9.46 $22.45 0.45 $31.90 $M $23.4 9.4S S2J$ $ WINTER TERM $ 6.00 Board 6 weeks 6.00 9.00 $20.90 9.00 $29.00 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 7J0 1M 9.M Amount due Jan. 6, 1015 Board 6 weeks due Feb. 17, Total for term $23.20 1918 I.M $82.20 Impossible Feats. Llo tint on your back, bend your leg back on to your body nnd then try to straighten your kuee. ion will unci It Impossible, the reiisou being that you nro already using tho necessary mus cles for the first nctlon, tho lower part of tho leg being worked by tho same muscles as control tho upper part. If you were to ask nn average cigar smoker if ho could smoko.a cigar right through In steady, consecutlvo puffs without ouco taking It from Ids mouth ho would probably smile nt tho slm 'This laundry. "And so you uro married?" "I told you I was going to bo." "Hut 1 thought It was n Joko." "It Isn't" Cincinnati Commercial Trlbuno. Comparisons. does not Include the dollar deposit nor money for books er Special Expenses Fell Business. Winttr Sfrieg plleltyof the feat. You aro fairly safe to wager him t lint lie cannot no it. Half n cigar generally consumes Itself Whllo held In the fingers of tho smoker er placed on an ash tray. Long Time Between Coins. Tho now Ave cent pleco has for Its design a tlno rtralt of a Cheyenno Indian chief on one side nnd that of e buffulo on tho other. Tho "V," ns well SB tho (loddcss of Liberty, has thus years, as disappeared for twenty-fivtho law does not allow of a clinugo la 1 coin dcslgu any oflener. e Charade. With lard and salt and Hour And apples juicy and sour, My first has made my second: My whole a chatterer Is reckoned. Answer. Msg, pie msspl. Daughter Hut Archie Is remarkably clever, pupa! Father Clever? And 'drawing $15 a week I Daughter True, papa; but think how much less he's worth! Boston Globe. Stenography and Typewriting.... $14.00 $12.00 $10.00 HM 14.00 10.10 12.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) MM 7.00 1.00 6.00 1M6 Bookkeeping (regular course).... Business course studies for students In other departments: 7.60 9.00 10.60 t7.9 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 6.S8 6.00 7.00 lf.M of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. 1.49 1.60 1.89 Arlth., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $1J.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at d Any Berea if there is tho will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time In the public schools going over and over the same things, when they might We Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studka with some of the best young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are above 16 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Fall Term opened Soplombor 10, 1914. Hurry upl For information or friendly advioe wrilo to the Secretary, able-bodie- TUl MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN Ootobnr f, iDif. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else i RMnMradM rUih(4 nt to public ti ob, bat at ! tUik f l full of c l7 ttn wter. Wrttt pUlr. Th uu MADISON COUNTY Silver Creek MaSilver Greek, Sept. 23-mie RichnnNon of Hnmilton. Olii' is visitnp her mother Mrs. V. I). Lewis. A Sunday school was nt Silver Greek rhurrli Sept. 27 at 2 o'clock. We hope all will ;r me ami lake pari in the Su.i.hy Mr. Charlie Brookshiro of Owenshoro. is holiliiw si revival meeting at Silver Creek church. Everybody around here is very busy cutting com. Mr. Hiram I'igg and Mr. Willie Kindred have just completed a new hifrn for Mr. Ambrose in Hcrea. t Slate Lick. Slate Lick, Sept. 20. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. All Robinson on the IDth a boy. His name is Elmer. Mrs. Noah Lunsford is able to lie out a again. Ida Parks entertained number of her friends Saturday night with a bean stringing in their new tobacco barn. They, report a good time Mrs. Lucy E. McCor-mic- k and Mrs. W. D. Parks attended the funeral of Aunt America Vaughn last Sunday The Estridge Brothers are still buying high priced cattle. They came through Slato Lick with a nice drove one day last week. Mr. Forest Snyder and family accompanied his sister Maud few home last week and spent a lays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Snyder. Mrs. Sunday from Brondhead. She is leaching school. Mrs. Mary Bond gave a parly to the young folks a Wednesday night. All report nice time. Haltie Morris fell nnd hurt her foot very badly I'.lia.t Carnenler of Dango bought of Clar ence Howard a calf for $21.00. Little Suda and Mat Howard are sick at this writing. The Holiness iieopie held meeting at Henry Pace's Saturday night and Sunday. S. L. Kelley, who has been very low with fever, is able to be at his work again Hon. Jesse McPanlel will leave for Illinois In a few days. - Less Bakes Better CALUMET BAKING POWDER ? Costs Don't say Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zaring's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. their home 1'iidny iiIkIiI nntl llio remains were taken to Owsley County for liiirialr- - Mr. Floyd Crnft of lunge is nltomliiiff (lie federal court nl .1 :itks( hi this week- .- Pnrmer.i in (his vieinily are progre.-Hiiu-; nicely wilh their fodiler.-- d. M. Hammond has hoiiKlit .1. K. Stone's farm and Ii;h moed lllanlon has returned from Ml. fter-Iliimid .nys ho did not, gell nil of his eallle. K 7J ? ' 4 against thu .saloon." bune. HURRAH TOR Chicago Tri- r of ECONOMY BELL COUNTY. e "'""(t you nrc ' looking for in these days blub living cost Cnhmu-- t Insures n wonder But it does more. ful tuning in your Unking. raised food. It InsnreswhoIesoiiiefcKxl, tasty Catiimr-- t U mmle rljiM to srll right to hike rltdit. Adc one of the millions of women who use it or uk your grocer. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World' Pur Food Eipodtion, Chkafo. 111. fuii Exposition, France, Mirth, 1912, "OLD DOMINION STATE." She guts dry by a majority of more (linn 20,(XK) in n hotly contested election last week. Stnte wide prohibition for Virginia Is the glnd news to be hurled into the fares of her sister states who an! behind on the great Issue or prohibition. A- JACKSON COUNTY Doublelick Douhlclick, Sept. 25. Several o! this placo attended court at McKo Monday. Fodder pulling is all the go in this vicinity. Mr. Perry attended the association at Annville Friday and Saturday. Miss Pollie McCollum, who is teaching school at the Smith school house visited home folks Saturday and Sunday. Hugh Hugh, Sept. 28. Everybody is staying home cutting corn, making OWSLEY COUNTY sorghum, canning apples, picking Boonevillo beans. Gertie and Willie Anrams Boone vifle, Sept. 21. Farmers are and John Benge of this place al'."ii busy saving fodder. Rev. Agee, or the ice cream supper at Korjy ganized a men's Biblo Class here Knob, Saturday night. September 13th of 55 members, with Maulden. Clias. Eversole, President, Win. Hall, Maulden, Sept. 20. Horn to Mr. D. W. Barrett, Sec and Mrs. Leonard Cook September retary and Treasurer, and Thos. 23, a baby girl. Several from this L. Gabbard. Teacher. Dr. Steele and Asplace aro attending the Baptist his two assistants, Misses Peterson sociation which is being held at Ann- and Clarkson, have been in the ville. Mary Tillery. who has fever, County for the last few weeks exam is reported no better. ining for Hookworm and are finding Privett a good many cases around here. Privett, Sept. 25. The farmers are We have a good many c.ies of all very busy foddering and sorgh- whooping cough hero. Robert Wil um-making. Sherman Smith is son has his houses completed. Mrs. improving some, The Privett Hasn Mattie Barrett and her two sons vis Ball team played the McKeo team ited Iter father, Mr. Caster Bowman last Saturday evening. Privett's of Sturgeon, a few days ago. Rev. boys gained by two scores. Sever- Kirk of Wilmore, Ky. has been as al from this, place attended the Bab-ti- sl signed to the Boonevillle Circuit of last the M. E. Church. G. W. Garrett has association at Annville Saturday and Sunday. Mary Till- just returned from Louisville, where ery is very ill with pneumonia. he has been buying a large stock of Last Saturday was church at Oak goods and making many new friends. Grove with a large congregation Ho put up at Misses Green & Co's present. After services Mr. Frank Boarding house while in the city. Bailes from Montana and Miss Lucy Wilburn Bowman will move to town Judd of Gray Hawk were united in in a few days. marriage. Win. Anderson officiated. POWELL COUNTY. Wo wish them much joy through Stanton life. They left last Friday for their Paul Stanton, Sept. 28. Rev. homo in Montana. Mr. Silas Spur-lo- ck Derlhick has returned from In has had a new well bored. Indiana, dianapolis, whero ho Carico Bro. James went with his mother, who had Carico, Sept. 28. Lunsford filled his regular appoint- been visiting him for some time. prosment at Flat Saturday and Sun- Mr. G. B. Coulee, ono of the county, was day and had a largo crowd in at- perous farmers of this tendance. Mr. John Slielton still in Mt. Sterling court day and hot thru-o- ut continues to grow worse. There a large herd of cattle. Crops Powell County am in excellent has been some light frosts in these parts lately but done no damage. condition, and will be the equal of Mr. and Mrs. L. Hiinems had a beau any in recent years, both in quanstringing Friday night and got 23 tity and quality. Powell County stringers and lots of, work done. weather prophets aro predicting a Quito a largo crowd attended the light winter, basing their propheassociation at Annville Saturday sies on the com shuck, which is Coland Sunday and report a fine time. very thin this year. Stanton lege has opened witti a new corps ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. of instructors and a larger enrollGauley ment than ever before. Mr. Bert Gauley, Sept. 20, Mr. F. Ponder Crowo, teacher of the Morris Creek is on the sick list this week. Mr. school, seems to have tlio champion Fred Mullins of this place and Miss spelling school. Friday, Sept. J, Katy Price of Level Green were his school met and defeated the are school of Miss Ida Bird, u Montgom married last week Peoplo busy saving fodder in this part. ery county school on top of MorT. II. Mullins was shot and wounded ris Mt. The last two suellcrs stood ono day last week. A party was up 5'J minutes. Miss Rosalie Stehp- behind sonio bushes and fired three ens was the young lady who spellshots at him with a shot gun. Fort-no- r ed the last one down. Last Friday, Mink has typhoid fever. Corn Sept. 18, tho Morris Creek school is better this full than it has been met the North Bend school near for years. Bill Bullock and Miss the river bridge about a mile north und Minnie Shephard were married lust of Stanton defeated it. week. Arch Terry is on the sick The Morris Crook and Pompo) list this week. There has been a schools met Friday in an ruvlval meeting at New Bethel, con- ioned spelling match. Thoy spellducted by Hov. II. L. Ponder and ed thru tho book to a lie. Rev. S. Hardin Samms. Bert Mullins is C. Johnson and wife of Dcrca col- able to bo out again Miss Bertha lege have been holding u series of Robertson was homo Saturday and meetings at tho Morris Creek church Vice-Preside- nt, old-fas- Linda. Linda, Sept. 20. Mr. Ralph Johnfor store manager son, former Chenoa Ilignile Coal Co., left Sat urday for Mildlesboro, where he i to take up position of stenographer of- in Mr. 0. B. Hollingsworth's llce. Rev. W. G. Sale, pastor of the Baptist church, Pineville, Ky. was up to Chenoa, Harrison, and No. I mines Saturday of last week speaking in interest of the local option election to be held Monday, who Sept., 28. Mb. John Evans", has been in the army and navy together for the last llfteen years, and who is now out on a furlough, is visiting friends and relatives at this place. Mr. G. J. Jarvis, lawyer of Pineville, passed through here on his way to the Red Men's Hall where he intended to address the people in the interest of the temperance cause. Mr. Cyrus Short' gave a temperanco lecture at the Linda school house, Friday night. The coming Local Option election is causing much excitement thru here, and il is generally believed that the "dry" will win. The peopl-- ' of Bell county have one more chance to drive away the saloon. Teachers are leaving for tlio institute which is to be held at Middles-bor- o next week. LAUREL COUNTY Th Jm'I mot mnn 'Il l ar wKil-w- n vUa m th W cm r Vif-- r UUw Kvfcr. D1 U fcwt rmltt, , Cuuwt li Ur iiytrfor 1 u tear I. InCihML milk t4 " for a week. He had great success Kentucky Medical Association at by his forceful sermons and the Newport last week returned home Attorney Denton of prayers of the Christian community. ' esterday. j Whitesburg, a graduate of Yale I'u-- i LETCHER COUNTY ixersity, will lecture to the High and Whltesburg 'Graded School of Whitesburg, this Whitesburg, Sept. 28. Rev. H. S. morning. Henderson, Superintendent ol the BREATHITT COUNTY High School nt Blackie, and Miss Jessie- - Whitaker, formerly from Lambric North Carolina, were married last Lambric, Sept. 25. Mrs. Margaret week. The Prof, of Geology, in the Hammond who has been in the Good University of Wisconsin, passed thru Samaritan Hospital of Lexington fot this region a few days ago. Dr. and ten days has returned home and Mrs. Smith with Ur. and Mrs. B. C. is ding tine. The infant child of Back, who have been attending the Mr. anil Mrs. B. C Osbom died at PEACE FOR PRAYERS SUGGESTED CHURCH SERVICES OCT. 4 Pittsburg I'llMituy, Sept. :T. The little nl of Mr. and Mr.. II. died Tuesday, funeral nervires were conducted ly llev, X. (.. Ounlis, and the Interment look place at the Southard Kiawyard Wednesday. Died, on September --"J, the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Klhert Kvans. Mrs. .lohit Jones died Tuesday, Septembof consumption. She er had been ill for some lime. We extend sympathy to all the bereaved ones. Clarence, the little ?on of Mr. and Mrs. Wosley Delph, is ill. Itcv. 1. .. Cole Hllt'd bis appointment at New Hopewell Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Youiik hve returned home after an extended visit anions friends and relatives in Clay and Laurel counties. School is processing nicely. The attendance is gund ami the work is good. There will be given a "parents day" ?onn. Ir. WiNon passed thru this week examining all school children for trachoma. He visited the I'itlshurg graded school hut found only three or four positive cases. .There will be an all da temperance rally at Cast Pittsburg on Octolier $. All invited. J '.'j-T- lthough the strongholds of the enemy in the large centers put forth every effort to down rlghl, and hold up their standard or iniipiity, yet they were overpowered by tho vast territory wanting prohibition. A great victory Tor the rorees or righteousness. Old Virginia may proudly lake her place in tho lino with the other dry states or tho Union, It would have Iieen a great disappoint- incut to the rest or the states had she lost the battle wilh nil her master Intellects and relluement; anil the record she has as thu Mother of Presidents. She did herself proud, ami the ipiestiou lingers in tho minds id all good Kenluckians, when shall her child do likewise? IN OUR OWN STATE (Cunllnunl rrum 1'iro rite.) 0 plea for his client, whilo ipieut Commonwealth's Attorney Crutch-e- r spoke tor the State. On tho first ballot the jury voted guilty ami reached a verdict in about Hf-l- i'ii minutes.-Winchest- er Demo, crat. MAKE A riNAL SETTLEMENT Whitesburg. Ky. Tho Letcher fis- X Petitions to the Almighty to . Put an End to War of the Nations. Day Set For That Purpose by President Wilson In CLAY COUNTY. Proclamation. regrifil for tfie equal" wortTT of otfTr r peoWILSON having races. Urant to tha rulers of appointing ples nnd faith In the PRESIDENT nations iwulbllltr of peace 4. as a day of through Jusllcn and grant to the common pr.ijer and requested "all Uod people a new and stern enthusiasm for Illcsa our loldiers fearing persons" to unite ut their re- the cause of peace. swift obedience nnd and sailors for their spective places of worship In supplica- their willingness to Answer to the call ot tion to Almighty God to restoru con- duty, but Inspire them none the less with for cord atuong the nations now nt war. a hatred of war. and may they never prolove of private glory or advancement tho federal council of the churches of voke l(s coming. May our oung men Christ In America nnd the Church still rejoice to die for their country with the Peace union unite In recommending age valor of their fathers, but leach our our nobler that the president's proclamation he strength arid methods of matching givinure effective ways uf read Jn every church nnd that tue ing our life for the Hag O thou strong Father of all nations, whole lny ho given to Intercession for draw all thy great family together with the purposes named by the president nn Increasing sense of our common blood Among the prayers for pence suggest and destiny, that pence may come on earth ed for the day Is this one by Bishop at last arid thy sun may shed Us light rejoicing on a holy brotherhood of peoples David II. Greer of New York: O God, who hat made of one blood all Unity, Peace and Concord. nations of men to dwell on all the face of the earth, and who In thy holy word hat The followlnc Iltnny has been pretaught us tlmt One Is our Father, even Qoij. and that all wo are brethren, we pared by the Iter. V. T. Mnunlns of pray thee In this dark hour of InternationTrinity church. New York: al trlfe that thou wilt open the eye of Almighty Clod, we pray that It may the people and those nha In thy name are please thee to give to all nations, espeIntrusted with the authority of governance cially those now engaged In warfare, unito. tee and understand tneir rleht and true ty, peaco and concord. Almighty Clod, we relation to thee and through thee to one to deliver us It may another. Teach them bv thy plrlt that pray that evil andplease thee from plague, mischief, but from all hatred, and violence are not pestilence and famine, from battle and weakness; that the true safeguarding of murder and sudden death. May emperors, a nation Is not to be rot nil In weapons of kings, presidents, serve the King of kings. war, but In those eternal principles which We remember our representatives In state make for righteousness and truth and pray that In all par brotherhood ami peace, dive to those who and civic affairs and assemblies of men laments, councils shall suffer In the war which Is raging this day the divine and of Justice, truth, now the consolations of tt.y Krace. Ileal peace, temperance and purity be had In the sick, comfort the wounded, minister honor, through Jesus Christ our Lord. to the dying and bind up the broken O God, who alone canst order the unheart. Bring, we pray thee, to a speedy o affection of sinful men. end this International strife and hasten ruly wills and to guide tho hearts of thy bo the time when peaco shall flourish out of beseech theewhom thou hast given the retho earth and all shall dwell together In servants to a way government unity and love and .war shall be no more sponsibilities offor the speedy that restoration may bo found We ask It In the name of our Saviour of just and honorable peace amongst all Jesus Christ Amenl nations. We uak It In the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord. "Break Thou the Spell." Have mercy, O Lord, upon all the of wounded and the suffering. Let thy grace Walter Hauschcnbnsch, In prnr be their comfort, although natural friends the Social Awnkenlm;: away. Raise them to health If It O Lord, since first tha blood .of Abel be far be good, but chiefly give them such faith cried to thee from the' ground that drank and patience that they may glorify thee it this earth of thine has been defiled with upon earth and, escaping safe from the the blood of man shed by his brother's assaults of B.Uan, may rest in peace nnd Ub the hand, and the renturlej sob to partake of thy glory, through Jeceaseless horror of war. Ever th pride rise Christ, our Lord. of kings and the covetousnesit cf the sus O Jesus, who hast said "Inasmuch strong has driven peaceful nations to least of one slaughter. Ever the songs of tho past as ye do It unto do It of theme." look these upon my brethren yo unto and the pomp of armies have been used those of thy servants who have been callto Inflame the passions of the people. ed by thee to tend the sick, the suffering Our spirit cries out to thee In revolt and the wounded. Oive them patience and against It, and wo know that our righttruthtulnrss und wisdom eous anger Is answered by thy holy wrath. tenderness, guidance amithy Holy Spirit In of the special Ilreak thou the spell of the enchantthey may faithfully so ments that make the nations drunk wlUi their work, thosethat whom thou shalt send to the lust of battle and draw them on as minister tothee and fur thee. And may In willing tools of death. Orant us a quiet them, be worthy at the last to rethey and steadfast mind when our own na- ceive thyfound eternal reward, for thine own tion clamors for vengeance or aggicsrlon. merit's sake. Htrenethen our aenee of justice, and our strt-nK'h- , ldi-a- Burning Springs. Burning Springs, Sept. 21. Mr. and Mrs. I). Itowmnn's baby died yesterday of rroup. i Mr. Ilobert Tankersley and family have returned from Dayton, n to spend the winter here. Mrs. Laura Wyatt and daughter of Herea have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry I'. Anderson.Many ofi our peoplu attended the opening session of Circuit court last Monday. M. Hubert McDaniel bought a good cow on Lauivl Creek for llfly dollars. Mr. and Mrs, S. It. Webb attended the association on Itockcas-tl- e rier last Sunday. The llev. C. ! Chestnut and ollleials or the M. IL Church recently purchased the store house from Mr. Alex Clarkston for a rhuicli. Work will begin on it at once so that it may he ready for dedication nt (lit; next iunrlerly conference in .November. Mr. Janus Smith who has been in Illinois for some time is licit' on a business - cal court here, with Judge Samuel M. Wilson, attorney Mr tho railroad company of Lexington, made a Una! nnd satisfactory agreement with tho railroad company for damages to tho roiinty roads along the North Fork in thei construction of tho L- - ft. K. whereby the railroad company pays the county $8,500 ami pays hair tho expense or building the road between Marking and Konn, six miles, now Adunder coiislruclloii-Mountal- u vocate. GAS riND IN LETCHER. While men were boring tor walijr on the LTilli, a pock near White-bur- g et id gas was struck at n depth or 2.r feet. A remarkable llnd for Letcher. BEREA HOUsisTO RENT 13-0- The college has several houses to to rent at rates ranging from (ad) ?22JW per month. Thomas J. Osborne, Troasuror. CINCINNATI 2 MARKETS trip. UNITED STATES NEWS. (Continued from Pago l:) Lea informed me that be was going to New York last night for the purpose of joining the (.tmmission in its elTni t to obtain the desired loan. If they do not succeed in securing not have to be painted be sure and get the right kind of Galvanized Roofing. Our Material and Workmanship Guaranteed. HENRY LENGFELLNER Phone 7 or 187 Tuuhop on Jtvckon Street, Berea, Ky. If you want a Galvanized Roof that docs are it on reasonable terms, I will myself see if hanks cannot be found to take up this loan for the Statu of Tennessee on the first of October next, iiixiii reasonable terms and at a reasonable rate of interest." Roosevelt Takes Rap At Liquor In Ohio. Columbus, Sept. 28. Col. Theodore Roosevelt ill an address hero tonight denounced the liipior tralllc, and urged the voters to support the party in its stand Progressive amendagainst the ment originated by tho "liberal interests" in this State. Ho asserted that tho Democratic parly in Ohio was in league with tlio liipior interests in tho present State campaign, ami charged the Republican party with atlemirtilng to curry favor with both tlio "wets" and tho "drys." Speaking from tho same platform d, with Col. Roosevelt, James R. Progresslvo nominee for Governor, called upon Frank II. Willis, the Republican nominee for Governor, to join him on the stump in advocacy of the prohibition amendment to bo voted on in November. Mr. Garfield assorted that tho Republican nominee, while professing to be ti dry advocate, lias been strangely silent upon tho subject. Col. Roosevelt, Mr. Garfield and A. L. flnrford, Progressive nominee, for Senator, appealed to tho voters to glvo llioir support to tho Progressive party, "tho only party thul Inn Iliad tho courage to tako a stand on ed Gar-Hel- Wheat No. red ll.OSfc. No. 3 red M.OCftl ,0!l, No. 4 r.M $1 01 1.05. Cum No. 1 white 83H(?84c, No. 2 white S383JAe. No. 3 white SS'iOSSc. No. 4 white. 810 82c, No. 1 yellow 79 TUVic, No. 2 yellow 7814079c, No. 3 yellow 7878V4c. No. 4 yellow 77H 78c, No. 1 mixed 7'J79Hc. No. 2 mixed 78fi79e. No. 3 mixed 787SHc No. 4 mixed 77&78c, white tar 81ft) S'Jc, yellow car 8U82c, mixed ear Vi 81c. Oats No. 2 white 49V505Oc, standard 49Q'49VsC No. 3 white 48tt(?49c, No. 4 white 47ft48c, No. 2 mixed 48 No. 3 mixed 47048c, No. i nixed 47fr47Kc. liny No. 1 timothy I18.75019, No. 2 timothy 16.7Mll7, No. 3 timothy U4.75ftU. No. 1 clover mixed J18, No. 1 clover 2 clover mixed J 15.75, No. J14CH.50. lCtC50. No. 2 clovercrenmory extras Ilutter Whole milk 33c, centralized creamery extras 30 He, seconds 22ft33c, tlrsU ZWalTHc. dairy fancy 23c, No. 1 packing stock j48c. 20c. Kggs Prime firsts 25c, firsts 23 He, ordinary firsts 20c, teconds 18c, Poultry Hens, 4V4 los and over, lb und roosters, 10c; springers, 1 lb, 15c; youug over, 14V4c; under 1 15c; 3 His, 14c; 3 lbs nnd under, 13'ic; spring ducks, 4 lbs and over, 14c, iirlng ducks, over 3 lbs, 13c; ducks, white, under 3 lbs, 12c; colored, 11c; young turkeys, C lbs and over, 16c; turkeys, 9 lbs turkeys, toms, and over, lCijc. lCc; 07.85, good to choice $7p7,50, common to fnlr $.1.5000.75; heifers, extra 7.C0C 7.76, good to choice ?6.G07.25, common to fnlr $4.75fj 6.25; cows, extra Vi.2G(ru.&0, good to choice $5.fiOW 9,15, common to (air ?3.50iC.2G; $3.256 4.25. J5.755TG.40. Hulls Ilolognu extra JC.50flC.C0, fat bulls tG.CO06.7S. Cnlvi-HICxtra 11.2DG11.C0, fair to good $7.50U, common and largo TG.50 tflO.75. Hoks Bolected heavy shippers 18.70 J8,K5, good to choice packers nnd butchers $8,8538.90, mixed packers tb,7tj8.l5, stugs $4,50O7, common to choice heavy fat bows $5.60(17.90, extra $8, light shippers $808.75, pig (110 lbs and less) $507.76. Sheep Kxtra $5j6.10, good to :ho!co $4. COG 6, common to fair $2,75 flH.50. Lambs Kxtra $7.76, good to cholco $7.25&7.C5, common to fair $5.60 f 7, culls $44.76. - Cuttle Shippers f7.508J!5, extra 18.S0ITJ8.7&; butcher steers, extra I7.C0 can-tier- s, Berea Trained Teacher Satisfy Parents and Pupils