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AwbUal fjcut MulM EJUm Huiitf Devoted to ttie Interests of tlie Coan.tan. People Flvo Cents n Copy. HIlll F.A, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 8, 10H. The Citizen IN Safe Blown at Pine Grove The general store and post ofuro al Fine Drove, Clark Co., was visited by burglars Thursday night the 1st. .fL'00.00 in money and n large num ber of stamps was their loot. Bloodhounds were set upon the trail of the burglars, and pursuit begun. Mlddlesboro Visited by Safe Blowers Two safes were blown open on the 2nd Inst. One belonging to the Al len Lumber Co. and the other to the L. A N. railroad. The yeggnieu were caught. All the money was recover ed. Vol. XVI. Ono Dollar a Year. No. U Every Child In School A Word To Parents in Bertfa The Bcrc.i public graded school opens on Monday, the 2th. in the fine new building of which all Bcreans are justly proud. The several departments of Berea College have already opened, offering education in the regular grades as well as in vocational training, with free text books, for a small fee. Every child of school age should be enrolled in some department of Berea College or in the public schools by 1 ST ATEllTED STATES NEWS GERMANY FACING Wild Man Slashes Ten Men Wilkesbarre, Pa OcL 5th. wild man was al large by the name of Peter Wndeshack, near Nanti- coke, who did some miscellaneous culling of ofllelals while they were endeavoring to take him captive. He Is now In the hospital lingering hcJ Iween life and death. The sight of this wild man coming through the street of the town wielding n knife, and slashing nl everything in sight created fio little terror. Stamp Tax on Medicines, Gum and Perfumes Washington, Oct. 0. A stamp lax was voted by the Democrats of the Senate Finance Committee on pro prietary medicines, cosmetics, per fumes, and chewing gum such as were included in the Spanish war (axes. It is estimated roughly that this revenue will amount to several millions of dollars. Warehouse Bill Beaten Washington D. C, Oct. 5, The Lever cotton and grain warehousing hill to facilitate granting of bank credits on warehouse receipts for cotton, grain and like agricultural products, was rcjested by the Houso today by a vote of 103 to 109, lacking the necessary vote. The bill would authorize the in system auguration of a nal of warehousing under Federal supervision for staple and nonperish- able agricultural products. Uni form warehouso receipts would be issued on these products when stored in government licensed warehouses and graded, weighed and certificated by licensed inspectors. Tho provisions would bo permissive, not compulsory. Philadelphia Enquirer. Explosion Kills Sixteen and Injures Iwo-lhirds ion-wide PRINCE HENRY. A DECISIVE TEST Brother af tha Kalaar, Wha High Naval Rank. Hold Russia Massing lor the Main Blow. CZAR TAKES PERSONAL CHARGE BaaaaaaaaaaaaaVx next Monday night. Going to school, together with home training in manners and industry, and Sunday School training, is the proper business for all children. A child can learn ns much as a man each day, but he can only earn a very small pittance; therefore it is more profitable for children to be learning than earning. We live in a day and time when education is within reach of everybody. In former years people had to make great sacrifices to get even a little schooling for their children. Now schooling is free. We trust that every child of school age will be enrolled by Monday night, so that the truant officer will not have to be troubled with executing the compulsory school law. By an overwhelming majority, including at least of the voters in all the great cities except Richone-hamond, Virginia, "has gone dry." The issue was clearly drawn and thoroughly discussed. The liquor men did their best. But prohibition passed in triumph. It is to be noted that prohibition can be carried without "votes for women." Excited suffragists often argue that women must vote in order to secure good laws. How much better it is for the women to influence the men, so that when a law passes like this in Virginia we know that it has behind it not only a sentiment but the muscle and fighting strength of the State! And how much plcasanter it is to have the men manage the government under the influence of the women than to have the women strive to coerce men "by votes." And now that prohibition has passed, let all drinking men "swear off." Thousands of men who have felt the the curse of liquor in their own lives voted for prohibition, and thousands of curses will light upon the heads of those who try by blind tigers and express packuges to continue the temptation. lf Lau "Liquor Selling Must Stop" Says Old Virginia You woift forget the hig corn show to he held in Berea on till PAGE 1. Kvery Child in School. .'list of this month. It will he Liquor Selling Must Slop Says good time for you to subscribe for ur Old Virginia. The Health Citizen. Wo shall show you U. S. News. The Own State our nice line of premiums and givo War News. Torso Telegrams. you a chance to get ono of tliem PAGE 3 II. K. Sellers in War You will he interested In Mr, SwVpl Europe. The European you War from an Englishman's Spenco's article this week if own are at all interested in your to the Ilihle. Hack View. welfare. Head it and prollt by it Temperance. S. S. I.eson. The Citizen continues to grow PAGE 3. Mountain .Agriculture. Farm and. there is no telling what her cir , .More anil Better Tools. Faols.Be.st Stories of the JHg euhilimi will he when you all sub i scribe. Do it now and get tho early War. Biff Battle- Continues. you may have many benefits that PAGE 4. City l.oraK more days to live happy. It will do PAGE 5. Local News and Important you no good after you are dead Items. You will bo out of our reach. PAGE 6. The Land of Broken Prom-ise- s. It makes our advertisers smile Woman's World. A Hard and pay easy when they know that Diamond. Tho Citizen is booming. It is hard PAGE 7. In The Home. Children's to turn down advertisers hut wo are Column. To Young Men Who required to do this as the demands Wo always try to are so great. Like Tools. spare room for our home people, PAGE 8. East Kenlurky News. "Ask and you shall receive." CONTENTS. Mnst-,.iv-O- THE HEALTH MASTER Chapteis from the book to entitled by Samuel Hopkins Adam, published by per mlaalon of Houghton Mlfrlin Company. A FAMILY SCHOOL Lesson on Flics and Neighbors nro you doing Over there, added Dr. Strong. "That particular "Whut kind of lly breeds only In manure a, Twinkles?" said Mr. Clyde to his Tho fact is that the lly is about tho who had slipped from nastiest thing alive. Compared to knee and was sliding her chubby it, a hog is a gentleman, and a vul window-pan- o. list along tho Hue an epicure. It loves filth, and Tho child looked around. "Thwat unhappily, It also loses clean, houso that lly," she explained with perfect hold foods. Therefore the path of seriousness. its feet is direct between the two "Sbo has heard the other ohil-dr- from your neighbor's stable-yar- d to talking about the your dinner-table- ." that have been scattered around. "Disgusting!" cried Mrs. Clyde. Where's the lly, Toodles?" "Worse than disgusting: danger"Up thoy-nrr- ," replied Bettlna, ous," returned Dr. Strong, unmoved pointing to n far corner of tho pane by her distaste. "A fly's feet aro bumped more than likely to bo covered with where u big "green-bottlits bead against tho glass. "Come disease-bearin- g matter, which ho down, huzzy lly." leaves behind him." "Now, where," cried Mrs. Clyde, "Something ought to be dono in despair, "do you supposo that about Freeman's manure-hea- p, noxt whetuhed creature, came from? I'm door. I'll seo to it," announced Mr so particular always to keep the Clydo. rooms screened and darkened." "Doubtless you could report him "Please 'em, it might have come for maintaining n nuisance," ad from tho kitchen," suggested Kat- milted Dr. Strong; "in which caso ie. "There's n plenty of 'em tliero." ho might r conceivably retort "And before thai it came from your upon you with your unscreoned next-doneighbor's, manureheap," Continued on fife Beren.) Bet-Uncn e" or Sale of Alcoholic Drinks Must Cease in Letcher County County Judge II. T. Day gives fair warning to proprietors of soft drink stands in all parts of Letcher Co. that the sale of drinks containing more or less alcohol in violation of the laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky must cease. Dealers must comply with the Sunday closing law, All are given thirty days to close up anil quit this unlawful business after which the heaviest penalty will bo meeted out to violators. Game A New Intercollegiate I'here is always a degree of pleas ant excitement when individuals or groups are striving to win in any kind of game or contest. The last week of September, four of the leading Colleges in Kentucky made competition prolllnble when they entered a membership campaign to sec who could get the largest per cent of the, students enrolled in the Schools to become members of the Young Men's Christian Association Kentucky Wesleyan won the first place, getting all except three men to promise to join and getting the dues from till except eight students (eorgetnwn College held the second place; Berea College, the third and Transylvania, the fourth. Beren succeded in getting the largest mini her to join, her membership being at the end of the week 213. Kentucky Tuberculoiis Commission Miss .Marian Williamson, who has been investigating health conditions in Mercer County for the Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission in coopera tion with the Woman's Club of HaiTodsburg, has found CO cases of tuberculosis, and has lectured to several thousand people in the last six weeks. Miss Emma Hunt has been doing similar work in Anderson County, The moving picture work of the State Commission has been shown during September at 19 points in Mercer, Anderson, Jessamine, Fayette, Garrard and Scott counties to 7, UK) people. Bass to Stock Kentucky Streams. Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 5. J. Quincy Ward, executive agent of tho Fish and Oame Commission, will send 1,500 channel cat and striped bass llsh Monday to bo distributed in the Cumberland Iliver, between I'ineville and Harlan. He also will send 1,500 llsh to Paris, Flemings- burg and Carlisle to be distributed in the streams near those palces Tho llsh were caught out in the Ohio Iliver. Winchester Sun. The New Railroad It is said that about llfleen bun dred men are at work on the new railroad to Irvine, mostly in bal lasting and leveling up the new track and putting in sidings. The company has not yet announced the names of the stations on the road. Winchester Demoorat. City Controller Sent to Pen, Louisville, Ky., Oct. 3. Samuel M. Wilhite, Controller former em mended guilty yesterday to bezzling 11,500 by appropriating was city bonds in his cbargo and sentenced to from two to ten years in the penitentiary. He loft for Frank fori at once to begin his term Wilhite was City Controller for 12 years wero until speculations charged last July. Winchester Sun $10,000 Duroc is Bead of Injuries Versailles, Ky., Oct. 3. Tho Du years roe Jersey boar Defender, old, considered by many the world's greatest hog of his particular breed died at For owned by MoKco-Brosest Homo Farm, near here, from an injury received two weeks ago. Mc Keo Bros, two years ago paid $5,' 000 for Defender, said to bo tho highest price ever paid for a hog Within the last mouth they bad re fused an offer of $10,000 for him His life was insured for $1,000, McKeo Bros, own 200 of Defender's progeny. ., Wlth the Arrival of the Rmalan Ruler at the Headquarters of HI Great Central Army It la Regarded as Certain That the Carefully Aimed Advance Agalnit Braalau la About to Begin. Petrograd, Oct. t. The Initial operations along the line of the new great battle proved the superior speed and mobility of the Russian cavalry, especially the Cossacks, over the Germans. There has been heavy cannonading near Pabjanlce. The German burned all the villages near Kallcaz. They are deploying an Immense army southeast of Dreslau and are fortifying elevations between Dreslau and Cracow. London, Oct. 6. The news from the eastern theater of war, summarised, Is as follows: In northwestern Gatlcla the Russians have captured the fortress of Tarno. Cossacks are raiding within ten miles of Cracow. The czar's southern armies are developing their offensive against the right wing of the Aus-tr- o Gerraan forces. In southwestern Poland, In the general region of Cracow, near Kleloe, Russian cavalry has defeated German troops sent from Franco to defend Cracow. Unquestionably a great bat-ti- c has been fought in that vicinity, a battle which may determine the fate of Cracow and Silesia. To the north of Poland A great force of Germans striking toward Warsaw has been checked and pressed back by the Russians. Simultaneously the Russian central army, now under the personal command of Czar Nicholas, Is advancing toward the line, with a railway center on the Dug river, as Its base. The cavalry screen of this army la In conflict with German outposts. Posen-Kallscz Brest-Lltovs- BaaaaaaaaaaaaaEBaaaaaBaaanZlBaaaaaH BBBBaBBBBBBE9aBl'i9iH bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVtHvv T" 'Vf9 aaaavMaaBH5Kr KQHrVI Vsfx ffiffl ANTWERP HOLDS OUT AGAINST THE SIEGE Situation Is Reported ilnchaneed. Brussels, Oct. 6. Dritlsh troops aro now fighting side by Bide with the Belgians In the defense of Antwerp. The British heavy artillery has been of great help to the Belgians. So tar not a single fort has been silenced or taken by the Germans. London, Oct. 6. to Be Dozen More (Contluucd from l'ge Five.) Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 5. Sixteen men are known to he dead and twelve injured as a result of a lo cnl gas explosion in tho Mulga mine, of tho Woodward Iron Company, eighteen miles northwest of hero this morning. Only one body has been brought to tho surface, hut eleven more have been found by Rennenkampfa Operation. rescuers in the mine. Three of the In the East Prussla-Suwalk- l field of dead havo been identified, State operations General Rennenkampf, alJournal. ter routing the Germans along the RivDoes not Expect an Early Attack er Nlemen and frustrating an advance Washington, Oct. 6. Brigadier toward Warsaw from the northwest, General Bliss, commanding tho has driven a wedge between German American troops on the Mexican columns acting respectively around border, expressed the opinion in a Druskenikt and Ossowlec and has turnflanks. Rennenkampfa large dispatch today that Gov. Mayto-rona- 's ed both obviously struggling to hold at force Is assault on General Benjamin bay German strength at the East PrusHill, tho Carranza leader in Sonora, sian frontier so as to give time for the would not occur within a week, advance of the Russian central army Petrograd reports though Maytorena's forces invest against Dreslau. that he has been uniformly successful the east, south and west of Naco General Bliss added thai Colonel In this strategy. For the first time there Is definite Guilfoyle, the American command news of the Russian central army, the er, opposite Naco, has the situation host which has been preparing for the well in hand and that warning has real Invasion of Germany while cambeen given to the Mexican factions paigns In East Prussia and Gallcia not to endanger American life and have served to Insure the safety of the flanks. This army, estimated at property by their Are. Advices to the Constitutionalists' 1,000,000 men. Is under the command the Rusheadquarters here from San Anton of the Grand Duke Nicholas,with headsian commander In chief, io, Tex, said General Chao, with his quarters at a railway command of 2,500 men, had joined Junction at the Intersection of the Bug General Herrerra to support Car and Moukbavletz rivers. ranza. Lexington Evening Post. The Czar at the Front. Tourists Will Go West The czar arrived at Europe today is plunged in tho Sunday and was accompanied to the greatest war of all time, and in headquarters of the commander In 1915 will not .receive the 500,000 chief and the general staff by General American tourists who havo gone Soukomlnoff. minister of war. It la there each year. Since those conjectured that the presence of the purpose of a final tourists cannot go to Europe they monarch Is for thethe commander In with are coming beyond n doubt to the conference the main blow against chief before West coast, nnd hero they will see Germany Is launched. Hitherto there sights beside which those of Eur has been the utmost secrecy maintainope and Asia, and Africa amount ed concerning the flower of Russia's to little. No other country in tho veteran troops. All reports signify that world has the majestic harmony of tho most Important news In coming sea and canyons nnd mountains weeks will concern the advance of army, since operations In East and forests and valleys beneath tho this Prussia, South Poland and even In Gatclear, blue sky of the American lcla are really subordinate to the cenWest. tral campaign against llreslau. San Diego Exposition Opens Invasion of Hungary. Less than three months from toYour Rome correspondent learns day the San Diego Exposition will that tho Russians have seized all esbo opened to the world. On tlu'4 sential passes lu the Carpathians and day occurs the formal opening of that the advance of tho column Invadthe Panama Canal whose comple ing Hungary has progressed Ufty tion is tu be celebrated by the two miles. It has crossed the River Thelss, expositions at San Francisco and seized the railroad to Iludapest, and San Diego. No other event has has completely Isolated tho city of been marked by two celebrations of Szlgeth. A dispatch Paris says: "Tho this sort, and no other event has Gorman army from the east, operating In been of such prhno Importance to In the Suwalkl region, has been cut In tho country which is celebrating two. One section hus been crushed The striking feature of tho exposi between Augustowo and Suwalkl, with tions Is that thoy are celebrations losses amounting to 60,000 men. The not alone of something which is second section proceeded to Marlam completed and gono on, but rather pol, which place the Russians havo oc cupied. Inflicting enormous losses on of something which is ahead; they the Germans. The River Nlemen la might be considered us heralding choked with German dead. tho mightier growth of the Wesl "An Austrian column bus been decithrough presenting to the world mated at Nlmoukltz, leaving many big Many prisonguns and mitrailleuse. tho oporlunlties tho West offers. ers were taken by the RusBlaus. The Cossacks are now teu miles from Cra Drest-LltovsBrest-Mtovsk An "official an- nouncement from Antwerp supplies "The situation with the following: reference to the fortified positions of tho British and Belgian forces la unchanged." of Antwerp's outer defenses have been taken, reliance Is placed here upon official statements by the Belgian government that no fort has been destroyed or has capitulated, and that the defense Is vigorous and unbroken. There Is apprehension, nevertheless, because German attempts to cross the River Nethe at Duffeld and points to the west, midway between Fort Waelhem and Fort St Catherine, seem to Indicate that the Germans have penetrated the outer line of defense. However, they have been unable to cross the Nethe In the face of determined resistance by British and French artillery and Infantry. doubts that three forts and Intermediate In spite of German announcements re- TERSE JTELEGRAMS The water In the Ohio river Is lower than It has been for several years. Maurice Chevlllard, the French expert aviator, baa been captured by the Germans. Rear Admiral Thomas H. Stevens, U. S. N., retired, Is dead at Washington. Colonel Paty Du Clam, who figured In the Dreyfus case, la among the wounded In Paris hospital. National Chairman McComba has declined the chairmanship of the New York Democratic state committee. All plans for holding the third International peace conference at The Hague next year havo been abandoned. It la said the German emperor has promised to confer a special decoration on the first German aviator to drop explosives on London. One result of the war has been a distinct religious revival In France. The peared from popular Imagination. Trlnce FrancU Joseph of Hohenzol-lern- , nephew of the kaiser, is aboard the German cruiser Emden, which has been raiding British commerce in the Indian ocean. Mrs. Richard Darby, who was Miss Ethel Roosevelt, has arrived In Paris to Join her husband, Dr. Richard Darby, who Is doing ambulance work In "clerical peril" has disap- the French capital. Secretary Bryan Is endeavoring to bring Oermany, Austria and Japan Into tho peace treaty fold, since they are tho only powers which havo not signed 0110 of these agreements with the United States. Lieutenant William Whealey, Thirteenth cavalry, has been dismissed from the United States army, follow-ln- g his conviction by a court martial on charges of conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman. account of tho Another awful war from ouo of our friends you will lliui 011 pago 2, this Issue. Head it. Head tho coining events on local page. Keep up with tho times as they travel this way only onco In a lifo time. to cow." Berea is Opei- - StudenU-- A Good Place for YOU! Papc Two, TUB CITIZEN THE EUROPEAN WAR FROM AN ENGLISHMAN'S POINT Of VIEW Octobor 8, 1014. The Citizen a family newspaper for all fubtUhtd true ind Interesting. thit Is right, rry ThiiriUjr (Incnrporatnl) t nerta, Ky. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. WM. C FROST, EJito-i-Ck!C II. WERTENBERGER. Manasim Editor F. O. BOWMAN, A.Lnt Mimih Extracts from a Letter by a Brother-in-laof Treasurer Osborne, Dated Sept. 14th from Barnstaple, England. BACK TO THE BIBLE (ConductKl (. MIBNAJIONAL nriatun Trmprance i nton. tiy th WISDOM FOR GREAT PROBLEMS By National Woman's SlwrSaiooL Lesson (Hr KKI.I.KIta, Wrrrtor Hundar Hrhflol Cnurar, Moody lllblf Inatltuta, H. O ClllCBRO.) EFFICIENCY 18 WATCHWORD. (President Baptist World Alliance.) Popular sentiment without doubt The great principles taught In tho city afllrmed that in many Important heartily Approves ot tho order Issued Illblo axe those needed In all tho re- respects tho medical sclenco of today by tho secretary of tho navy prohiblations ot llfo to this hoar. Great is not up to tho sanitary coda given in iting the uso of alcoholic beverages rroblcms in legislation aro jet un tho law of Moses. Whenco had Moses by ofllcrrs on navn! vessels and at tills raarvoloua wisdom? ,0ived, and great dimcultles now shore stations. To quote tho Chi Questions affecting tho relations ot cngo Trlbuno; "Thcro Is only one front all legislators. Ho was truly a wlso leader of men who said, "Nothing tho rich and tho poor, tho tonuro of Intelligent opinion ns to the orde- rThe date after your name on label howi to ii. Considered from the IOT Cnr?. Tn Is politically ngni wnicu is luuraii) property and tho rights of man, aro It Is nlso." what dale your ulcflptlon l paid. If It l not PnPHWT U'0 CCre!110n Tne principles 01 uou s woru now demanding answers. The spirit standpoint of efficiency alone, tho or thanrru wtintn inree wteaa aner itncii uso tho words of ono of your own wrong. notify im. should prevail alike in the counting ot the Illblo olono furnishes tho solu- der commends Itself ns a patriotic Ml.ilmr nnmktra will be gladly mpplled If we pnpers. "lie nnl the clique around room ot merchandlio ana In the halls tion to tho- - perplexing problems. As tho re notined In and n statcsinnnllko action, trrmt riven to anv who obtain new him, have thought war, written war, of legislation. Its teachings aro found tho truo "lib- Journal ot the American Medial As u frar i ... fwriMtont for u. Any one rndlna ,r,nmc,l ,vnr. nrenared The teachings of tho books of Moses erty, equality and fraternity" of which soclatlou points out In this connec For hfroelf for one year for War,. UIllll Ih'JV l)CCni!10 ilb5CC.S- -' are to bo studied by the student ot socialists bare dreamed. With great tion, officers ns well as enlisted men , . . Adrertlrfnit rate on application. medlclno as truly as by those who clearness and beauty, it declares, in on a modern warship "nted not only MFMSRR OF tthtit innkos life worth the candle." mko nnd ntpcutn thft law of thn ' substanco, that whether a man bo personal courage, but also absolute land. At a recent convention of medl - block or white, rod of yollow, rich or steadiness of nerve, clearness of I need not dilate on the causes eai men, nem in me city or uosion, poor, A man s a man for a that and fine muscular Hint led up (o this frightful calas-- i a brilliant physician of New York1 (Coprrlltht. 114. by Joaeph II. Bowtts.) All theso things modern physiology Belgium and the scrap' tropic war has shown to bo Impaired by even 'of paper. These are troubles known If a bill passes to rostoro to titled small amounts of alcohol." The Silant Trombones Surgeon Ocncral Undated has full to you and the whole world. Snf- - American women tho citizenship nut- - of lln t linns Ilnithr w.is Ilco it to say that Old England which they hare lost through foreign trombone players In tin Aml!u or knowledge of the latest findings ot KENTUCKY TRUSS ASSOCIATION. stands again as the defender of the marriages, a condition should be that cheittrn. On tho evening of n special medical science concerning tho na No Whiskey Advertisements! weak, and wo all intend to sec the they drop their titles. In American concert. In the course of which tin turo and effect of alcohol, and his recto Secretary No Immodest News Items! thing through to a finish. Kaiser-is- citizenship, titles have absolutely no overture that contained n trombone ommendation with the demands Daniels was In lino of the meaning, and no social Tanlty or am- solo whs to lie played, lliiin rive I v til tins asked for war, and it will "In tho next naval war vic an urgent Invitation lo attend a stnull times. RANDOLPH E. SELLERS, GRADU- get its fill of war long ero wo have bition should prevail on tho common tory will belong to that nation which Mind done witli it, and I hope when that sense of the matter to tolerate such party In n iiolKlitMirliii: town. In consumption ot ATE STUDENT, HAS EXCITING fill of Mi rionIMi' position the can show tho smallest William, shall have come to pass it shall be Inconsistency. T concert, hi? IN EXPERIENCE for n long time alcohol," said Emprror Not only In tho navy, but In the Wo are all united in before ncceptlnir, hut he was nn EUROPE Four colportago automobiles aro now tho one aim that we will give tho pleasure lovltm iiul, nml nn Idea army and In all thu departments of monster its quietus, and frco suf- carrying religion to tho homes In out- dawned mi lihn lie would muI n sub- government with their modern high Times Arrested Three prcssuro responsibilities Is there In fering humanity from so hideous a lying districts In tho Wost Many poo- ' stitute to the concert hi his place. pie on tho Pacific coast can be reached ltlnn of Mibultuto he creasing urgency for efficiency In of For the reptile, a curse to mankind. f (From the Ohio Lantern). fleers and In men. Alcohol and gov, for tho present only by water trans- picked out n friend whit could not piny Ever since tho war was declared, portation, says World's Work. A ' the trombone, lmt Ham nurnl him ernmcnt machinery don't go well to Arrested three times, paraded through a street crowded with in- six weeks ago today, Barum, old crulsor was built of sufllclont size to that "Mil win not nececiar.v: It would gether. censed Bohemians in an isolated vil- sleepy Barum. has been a different accommodato a missionary and his he enotich If he should pun out lil and im- place; more like a garrison town. family, and It necessary to provide a cheeks and move the Mllde in perfect DRUNKENNESS IN EUROPE. lage of Austria-Hungar"No drunkenness In the for safe The local Territorials have been call chapel sufficiently largo to accommo- - time with the other trombone player-Theprisoned in a glass-factoIng, light Hnm left lilm In charw ot keeping, Randolph P. Sellers has ed up; the Yeomanry departed; en- j dato an audience of SO people The Instrument nntl hurried for the of the Kurope," wine drinking countries people tho train. just registered at Ohio State Uni- listment has been procecdim, and first of thesfl boats was asalraed to The substitute went to the halt. The tell us, Wo refer them to statistics versity after exciting adventures in hundreds of men joining tho colors thn rnn hv mHon nf ntnrn or. overture began. After n wild buret of recently given to tho public by Dr. and drilling in our park daily. I gon and was named tho Life Lino; tho' n",1'c nn' n eraxh of drum came dead Walter Kern ot tho Instltutn for Path the war zone of Europe. ' ,y ,IIpnce- - Tho frantic conductor star ologlcal Anatomy In Vienna. Mr. Sellers relates his experience Horses, vehicles, etc., bavo been Becond Is known as tho Osceola, and "For two years at Doctor Kern's reI lost but one, the j operates In tho waterways ot Saa ed nt the substitute mid waved hi in the village of Simmcrsdorf, Bo- commandeered. Hvery lu at Bideford, as our oth- - j Francisco and San Joaquin rivers. An- - baton. to ee head wasthe orchestra quest death attests In the General hemia, where ho and bis compan- driving-co- b turned what the trouble hospital, Vienna, worn marked by tho "'J,":: ion, Louis Karnosh, a student at lu" " i V oi otner boat is now being built for scrr- - nut not a sound came from the puillnc attending physlclnns with tho state Western Reserve, Cleveland, stop- our men have gone, the first being ice In Puget sound, and will servo 75,-- . pumping tromlxuie players, ment as to whether tho patient hap 000 people along 2.000 mllos of sboro- The other man also had sent n mh pened to be a drunkard or not. Of ped for dinner while taking a short more or less too old. course, tho report which came In as excursion on foot from the city of iiiai wi!L'h. more psiiecianv. w.tq nn uuu. a consequenco of this Inquiry was far Iglau, the home of an undo of Mr. anxious time. The allies had been He Knew She'd Guess It. A Mean Blunder. below the reality. Many patients, who constantly retreating, and the GerKarnosh's. Probably most public speakers have wero genuine drinkers, would describe For flvo years John Henry had been man to hack trying "Wo entered the tavern and sal keeping company with Hannah May, nt one time or another sunYred the themselves as very moderate, and ).,.i:.l ..I. l,lu .su"u l",u'u" but not once in all that tlmo had he annoyance of being nilsreported. A many of tho physicians In attendance at ono of the tables and tho host ila a I V of the Allies. It looked as if he whistled any tuno that sounded llko n peculiarly unfortunate Instance Is re would not havo sufficient Interest to came to take our order. Seeing that we were foreigners, ho asked where wero going to succeed. The tide wedding march. Naturally Hannah called by G. W. i:. Russell lu one of make a thoroughgoing Inquiry. Nev wo were from. My friend, who can has however apparently turned, May was beginning to feel a trlflo con- his Ixniks. "A clerical uncle of mine, ertheless thn conclusion was serious writes .Mr. ItusMI, "took the pledge In enough. In all, 4,130 cases wuro obspeak tho native language explained and the news yesterday and today cerned. Ono evening, howeTer, John ITenry his old age, and at n public meeting served. Of the adult males 8.39 per wo were American. We thought is reassuring, as if the British that looking as If ho i came to the doing cent were of a certainty drunkards. no more of it except that we noticed and tho Prencli had obtained a sub- might propose, house a great hope filled stated that hN reason for so and was that for thirty jears he had been In other words, every eleventh flr wife finished stantial victory in the greatest bat- tho heart of tho fairy ono. Hope de- trying to cure drunkards by making twelfth man dying In the Ocnoral hos that the serving us, and the man himself dis- tle in tho world's history. The veloped Into certainty when the young them drink In moderation, hut had pital, Vienna, Is a drunkard." Germans aro reported in full re- man drew a small jeweler's box from never once snccenled. He wns thus appeared. reported, 'The reverend gentleman stat THE PRISON PATH. "When wo started out of the room treat, demoralized, thousands as his vest pocket Hannah, dear, began John Henry, that his reason for taking the pledge wo found 150 of the villagers crowd- prisoners, guns, stores, etc, taken. "Lend a Hand." a little paper pub a gentlo voice, I havo brought you ed around tho door. We made our We hope the retreat will develop in little present, but I'm afraid won't , Was that for thirty Tears he had been llshed by the convicts of Oregon's pen a it trying to drink In moderation, hut had ftentlary at Salem (which lately went way through tho crowd and then into a rout, and a complete breakDover once succeeded!'" down their resistance in Franco. ih your linger, win you try it oni dry), recently had a cartoon headed started to run when we got out of "Oh, John!" ecstatically cried the "Whisky, That's All." In four panels What dear one, "do you really mean to say A Bad Case. tho village. We wero six or seven Louvain. Malines, Dinant. tho first, a young man "At tho liars" t miles from my chum's uncle's at can ono say of these and the many that you havo bought me ' looking away from the farm; the secplaces laid low by the invader, all "Yes," was tho hopo killing rejoin-- , Iglau. ond, this young man "At the liar" tak now beyond recall. ancient der ot John ns ho handed over tho ing his drink; the third, tho young "Before we bad a chance to get far and lovely buildings, Their works of art, box, "a thimble. I knew you would man "At tho liar" receiving sentence somo painters who were working libraries, associations, inhabitants, guess It tho first tlmo." from the judge; tho fourth, "llehlnd on a building overtook us, and (young and old) stamped out. the liars." the young man In a conFire, Chinese Woman's Complexion. kept us until the burgomcister ar- sword, slaying, burning, 'pillaging, vict's stripes. A French expert has been giving rived. Wo wero taken back to the without pity, None knows better than the crimiwithout remorse. his attention to what ho calls "the i viilago and by this time tho street "Vengance is nal tho steps that lead to tho penitenmine, I will repay exqulslto complexion ot the Chlneso ' tiary! was crowded with people. The saith the. Lord." "He taketh the women." This, ho claims, Is not duo I strongest place in tho viilago was sword shall perish that by the sword." to enameling, as Is generally sup-THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC 18 GOINQ. tho glass factory so they locked us May tho God of battles confound posed, but to careful manipulation of up in there. Nobody could read him and all such. A day "Put the liquor buslnoss out ot tho the faco by most expert masseuses. of reckongovernment and put tho government They begin by a gentlo pinching of our passports; nobody in tho vil- ing, must come Then out ot tho liquor business!" A clarion tho cheeks between tho tips ot their lage had ever seen an Englishman these blood thirsty, worse than Angers, an operation that consumes a call to the allied temperance forces, A or an American before. Huns; these blots on God's fair earth. period ot ten minutes. Then lotions Autolst I dreamed taut night that voiced by Congressman Clyde Kelly "Wo wero locked up all night. ot Pennsylvania In a recent ringing How thin is tho veneer between are applied by means ot absorbent cot tho price of gasoline tun eut lu two. Fnally after repeated attempts, we civilization and address. All slgus Indicate the near His friend Hoe n doctor, old man ton; then comes an unguent, and thcro sheer brutality got connections with my chum's Preserve us follows a kneading of tho checks with To get such queer Ideas shows your approach of the day when partnership from it. go botween tho government and the great Is News. uncle at Iglau by means of the sinHut Britain and her colonics aro an extreme delicacy ot touch, always mind destroyer will be dissolved nnd thus proceeding from tho noso and commisgle telephone which is the only going to Otb.rwiie Distingulshtd. see tho matter through sures ot the lips toward tho cars. "the liquor business put out ot busibetween Simmersdorf Our navy, our army, connection ness" forever. with the assis Harper's Weekly. and tho oulsido world. With his aid tance of our allies will win, let it wo finally established our identity as take six LACK OF BU8INE88. months or six years to do Americans and were released. Re- so. A week after the dry victories of llio boys of tho bull-do- g breed ports of war had so aroused tho vil- aro extremely April 7 In Illinois Chicago papers anI little tenacious. lagers that wo wero even suspected thought when I nounced that tho Ilessomer Ilruwtng wroto you last and man of carrying poison in a little cam- jokingly company had gone Into bankruptcy. remarked "tbero is life in era which belonged to my chum, tho old dog yet" bow It Is stated that tho company's atsoon tho ex wife or torney, being pressed for a reason, rewith which to poison wells." pression would bo verified. We plied, "Lack ot business." And yet Mr. Sellers was llrst arrested In stand to win, because our cause is forth, the brewers would havo tho public Iglau for talking English. His sec- while, pure, .good, and in tho inter bellevo that tho more temperance the ond adventuro occurred in a Vienna ests of tho wbolo vorld. moro beer they sell! one oh hotel. There ho and his companion I send you the Spectator becauso wero froed after indentiilcation. At it represents HEAVENLY 8UQQE8TION. to tho opinion of educated two hotel servants England, tho same tiino Tho milk wagons of ono company business England and re olono carry Into one district ot Chiwho wero strangers wero lined up sponsiblo England, tribal generally. In the cago 250 gallons of milk dolly, which against the wall and shot as sus- paper posted with this letter, is an Is oil consumed at the noon hour by pects. If it had not been for friends, Civilization has article addressed to America (Undo lunchers. In two largo printing plants Mr. Sellers thinks that his falo Sam). This deserves to "Did you over notice how everybody over 100 workers bo read by take milk every day; would bavo been tho same. crowds old Van Grouch whenever he every thinking and responsible citi- certain restrictions and one typographer says; "When the plays golf? Is his gaiuo so wonder Among his souvenirs Mr. Sellers zen in tho United States. Ono thing printer takes to the milky way tho us full" but his vocabulary Is." end is near." Which Is a heavenly shows a receipt for 4 hellers (4-- 5 is perfectly certain, boyond doubt, "No, 8l suggestion. Cxchonge. cent) for tho uso of a seat in a if wo do not como out on top in this Louis Berlin park, and restaurant checks struggle, tho theater of war will shift FACTOR IN PAUPERISM. Just a Man. hu'ikil with fixed sums winch hail to your part of tho globo and God "A great weight of evidence indi "Aro you nfrald of burglars?" to be paid at all tho cafes and hotels help you all if you aro not prepared. "I used to be. fcut I got a good look cates drink as the most potent and uni in uodilion to tho regular charges Your Monroo Doctrine will not help at ono not long ago nml I'm not afraid versal factor In bringing about pauper-Isfor tho benefit of tho Red Cross. Tho you. In, that day it will bo victory any more. I found out that ho was Some witnesses also Indicate prico of food-stufa serious and in Vienna is no to tho strongest, and do not make given us only a man. just llko my husband." gambling asgambllnr, though growing Detroit Free Press. cause. Hut higher- than before tho war, be- any mistake. So your senate It waste better the resources of Its victims, does not cause of government restrictions bad preparo In good tlmo. Would lead to such physical and moral degen Eithsr a Good Enough Reason. which will not permit any sales ex- to God wo bad a million moro sol She If you Insist upon knowing, eration as drink." Hoyal Commissioncept at a standard price. diers, lo put into tho field at once, costs cents, there are two reasons why I can't ers' Report on Poor Law. Mr. Sellers is enrolled hero for and slriko tho lyranit. As it Is, wo marry you. i i i k gradualo work in tho College of Edu- must wait and mark my word, it no physical eirort. He And they are? INVENTS NOTHING. 8ho Yourself and another man. cation. Ho holds his 13. Sc. from Bo-r- ea will bo a long wait ero the neons of Schiller's judgment wast "Win Judge. Colicgo, Kentucky. swrer lnvsnts anything." pcuco sing. ot i ' i mageddon is upon tis. It is only wars, wars and rumors of wars. Subscription Ratos We who have closely watched TAYABI.K IN AUVANCK events, and the trend of politics Jl.oo One Year fo nlirit.nl. f .mil nl homo knew war must fla Moothf Thr Month it I eventually come. The man with thei r or KiprtM Money swollen head; the Jack-boSend money tiy of Junk- -' Order Draft, Registered letter, or one and two , erisom, the iron-he- el has been pre rmt it.mtit. What a contrast today. Tho Ar- ROBERT 8TUART MACARTHUR, D.D, LL. D. LESSON FOR OCTOBER 11 THE LAST SUPPER, I. tikn I.i:SH().V TBXT Mark TZ 14:t:-3t, j also often as y rat tlUI.DK.V TKXT-- As tlila bread, nnd drink the cup. ya proclaim the lord's death till II rimir. 1 Cor. II. X It. V. I. The Preparation, vv. Tho details of tho preparation hero remind ' one of th.- - llko detailed preparation at th outset of this week when tho two disciple wero sent for nnd procured tho coll "whereon no man had saL" The "Teacher" had need of tho colt. Ho ah 3 had need of this guest chamber nnd somo unnamed ono was ready to answer his call, to supply his need. What a host of such unheralded and unknown, but loving friends ho has. Pnssover has now come, tho tlmo appointed and predicted, MatL 20:2. Jesus directs tho disciples to tho room of his own choosing; they wero to find It following a man bearing a pitcher. This Is suggeatlve ot our following A V tho leading of tho Holy Spirit 12-1- .,,. ,.,. ,,, vis-Io- n I I m WAR-SWEP- non-existe- easy-golii- Remarkable II. Occasion. 17-2- -' y, beer-drin- ry Hero at The Passover, vv. cvcntldo Jesus and the twolvo sat about tho Passover board. As wo look back over tho pages of history it Is truly a remarkable occasion. Tho Passover was a perpetual memorial ot the Kxtxlus. Now, In tho dispensations ot Dtvlno economy, this Is to bo Ita last observance. Jesus had been looking forward to this occasion, John 0:70, 71, yet In tho midst ot tho feast his soul Is filled with anguish, John 13:21. Tho perfidy of Judas was tho bitter, ncss ot tho cup, but Jesus only let him go when ho must and then only with great sorrow. Judas was dlsapolntcd In his dream of a material kingdom nnd his deslro for tho possession of carnal pleasures. Greed had grown becauso given food. Hate, stifled conscience, spurned love, a thief, a mur- ; i war-machi- ne .b" -.. 1 inn-keep- derer, Judas wss guilty that moment as ho was tho next night. From all III. The Parable, vv. . tho records wo believe that Judas left thn company aa soon as hn was Identified, nnd before tho feast was Instituted. Jesus ever taught by symbol. Wo bear much about objective teaching, Jesus anticipated us all. From thn Passover board Jesus took bread, and after offering thanks, ho brako It. saying as ho did so, "Take yn, this is my body." This does not mean tho breaking ot his body on tho cross, for not a bono was then broken, John 19:36; I Cor, 11:21 R. V. It does signify the distribution of his body among all who shall feed upon htm. This does not mean tho actual physical transformation of tho bread Into his body. Tho bread represents his body, and llko ns bread becomes a part ot tho physical body, so to eat thus In symbol, bo becomes a part ot us. Thcro Is no question, however, of tho actual spiritual presence of Christ in tho elements. "Discerning tho lord's body" thcro Is a real feeding upon o Christ, John C:G0, CI, 63, r5. To unworthily Is to bo "guilty ot tho body and blood of Christ," and wo cat and drink "Judgment" to ourselves, I Cor. 11:21-26- . Jesus commands that tho observance ot this rite shall bo It Is a covenant which continued. his disciples aro to perpctuato "till ho como." I Cor. 11:24. Tho ground ot this covenant between a holy God and sinful men, Is tho shed blood, v. 24, see Heb. 9:18-23- . As tbo blood Is tlio llfo poured oat, so bo poured out his Ufo that whero sin Is, thero may bo forgiveness and remission, Lev. 17:11. Only One Recourse. Tho first Passover was tho prelude of the exodus; this Is tho preludo of that ot which Jesus spoko in convers ing with Moses and Elijah on tho J Mount ot Transfiguration. Tbo bloojf. of Christ was shed unto tho romlsslok? of sin, Matt. 2C:28. It la tho ground of God'.i forgiveness, seo Matt. SO: 28, Rom. 3:25 It V., I John 2:2. Eph. 7:7, nnd many other passages. There Is nono other ground for our forgiveness than tho shed blood. H may bo old fashioned but It Is scriptural and leavos us no other recourse. Tho symbolUm ot this holy ordi nance Is simple., yot sublime. It Is to bo a perpetual proclamation of his resurrection. His death Is tbo central fact ot redemption, tho way of liberty for tho captives ot sin. Tho supper Is meaningless apart from this element. It Is truo that in Ita observanco wo romomher his graco and glory, tha beauty of his person and tho wonder and wisdom of his teaching, yet the Buprcmo significance ot tbo act Is his par-tak- J d 1 woe-bcti- do gohiK.-C'hlt'u- ij When tne cave wanted help a tapped he strode the head, and dragged he or she the habitat. placed and limitations about which prevent this beautifully simple fs method. JBut it has the want ad, which but a few ana death. In that upper room was tho Messiah,' and a Remnant. Thero the truo pur pose of God was fulfilled and tbo Ho--i brew nation, as God's Instrument camo to an end. Jesus had told the rulers in tho temple that "tho king-- , dom ot God shall bo taken from you,', and given to a nation bringing forth tbo fruits thereof." Uy tho old Pass-over Israel passed from Egypt DrJ una least a new transference takosf I place, a new dispensation Is ushered in which shall abide "till he come." I Tho lesson committee has elected toj close this lesson with verse IS, bail Terse 28 is also Illuminative. Oolobcr 8, 1DM. TUB CITIZEN Day in an Ohio Town In tho current issuo of Farm and Fircsido rcfcrcnco is mado lo tho nowspapcr accounts of llio war on rats recently mado by tho farmers in a township near Findlay, Ohio. Tho farmers divided into two parcontest ties and had a with llio result that over 20,000 wero killed. Farm and Fircsido adds Dial no more profitable work could ho done, and continues: "In northern Iowa, many years ago, ono locality had its annual 'gopher day,' upon which occasion llio men and boys divided into two armies, under skilled leaders, wcnl out and killed llio striped and gray ground squirrels which infested the fields. These affairs always ended In a jollification, good eating, music, a'nd general relaxation: It did tho neighborhood good and benefited die corn." ral-killl- ng Pago Threo. MOUNT AINNGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special BIG BATTLE CONTINUES 1 RUSSIANS CLAIM DECISIVE VICTORY OVER QERMAN8 AFTER 8EVERAL DAYS' BATTLE. Investigator MOIIC AND BETTER TOOLS TWINE OR WIRE SEED CORN A fow years ngo wlion so many of Use Iwlno or wlro cilhor for our young men wero going lo Hnin-illo- n, swinging your seed corn from a Ohio, to work in factories Joist or rafter of tho barn or crib. tlirco of n largo family of ltoys be- I'laco (ho ears about 3 or I inches gan planning lo go. Their father apart leaving plenty of air space BEST STORIES OF THE BIG INCIDENTS 1 OT OF THE ORDINARY Humorous Side Lights on Great Struggle Found In the News. ed lay all about, and mixed with them wero wounded horses which struggled and screamed In ngony. But In spite of all wo held 011. I do not think wo wero afraid at all." 3erman Offensive Brought To Full Stop as Result of Decisive Defeat Administered by the Allies. Western Newtpsper Union News 8erv1e. Paris. Tho German offenslvo has been brought to a full stop as a result if tho decisive defeat administered by the allies in the four-dabattlo of floyo. Tho French resumed tho offensive and concentrated tho pick of their fighting strength, supported by the heaviest guns of their artillery, at Arras, 25 miles from the nearest on- sroachlng polat of the Belgian border, Tho movement was met In forco by tho cream of the German defensive line, and a struggle of great magnitude y talked lo lliem nhoul staying on between. Afler llelng llio cars tollio farm; its advantages in lluanco gether swing them by single wiro or and health and so on. Finally one Iwlno lo rafter of joist so tho rati of (ho hoys said "W'o'tl much rather can't get to II. Try il this fall nns slay on the farm if we had any tool see tho difference in selecting in llio lo work with. A man can't do any Held and caring for il in this way. good farming with just a few hoc The common way Is to gather tho plow." nud a corn altogether, put in llio crib and was a wiso father. So select it in tho spring. You don't That father lio agreed with his hoys if they know what kind of slalk, how high, would stay at homo ho would huy or how low tho car grow when you n drill, n mowing machine, n sub- select tho seed corn this way. Wo gel what wo plant. soil plow and a lot of farm tools yes and mako a drag and roller. lie kept his word and NOTES thu hoys shirk to theirs and liavo If you liavo not already dono so, farmed so successfully that this year on a piece of land, which has build a shed this fall for sheltering Ijcen under cultivation over one all farm implements. A few minhundred years, they had one of the utes spent in caring for them now finest fields of wheal in thai county. will save a day going to tho shop Our hoys of the mountains aro next spring when tlmo is money. leaving home, in many instances, lie Tools roil inonnv nml n ilollnr Rfivnrt causo of lack of proper tools antffTs a dollar oarncd. farm machinery to work with. This is an nun of nroirressl Wo butter aro much better have not llio virgin soil to givcTTif (lavorcd in winter than summer so bountiful crops as our fathers had. plan to havo a good ryo pasluro for Tho forests have been used up and tho cows the coming winter and wasted and drouths arc now quite spring and (hey will repay you an common. So wo must farm In a dif- ahtindant milk How and nice yellow ferent way lest wo starvo whilo wo butter. try to dig a living from tho soil. Fathers, try lo mako lifo so worth Thero is every indication that eggs while on tho farm thai your hoys will bo higher this year than ever will want to slay. Huy llio needed hefore. Have you a good chicken farm implements and teach your houso with shod enclosed with wiro boys lo use and lake the caro of netting lo shelter tho hens on them. slonny days? If you havo, tho good Gather in all your tools from over wife will gather in a big crop of thu farm and plaoo them in a shed eggs, which means dollars to buy a or barn. Hull in the rako and mow- good magazine, subscriho for Tho ing machine. Hcpair ami sharpen Citizen a few books and many little all tools and machinery through tho things dear to tho heart of a woman. winter days. liiill-tong- Picturesque and Dramatic Scenes on Europe's Battlefields. a paragraph In the war Opportunity Now for the United States In the current issuo of Farm and Fircsido appears nn interesting In Tremendous tcrvicw with Edwin F. Sweet, 'As- sistant Secretary of Commerco at Washington, in which Mr. Swecl points out specifically tho opportu utiles that now abound for American business as a result of the present war. In the following extract from Iho Interview with him, appear his reasons for believing that ono opportunity lies along llio lino of in creased manufacture of cloths in this country lo tako tho place of imported goods: "When tho tariff was taken off wool most peoplo believed il would bo a serious blow lo tho production of sheep and wool in this country, ."Hut tho cxpccled failed utterly lo happen. Wool began rising instead of falling in price as soon a3 tho tariff act passed- - Tho roal ex planalion was thai tho whole world was short of wool; it was n univer sal condition, and in tho faco of a world-wid- e shortage of such a sla I ue, minis and nouniies ana ine liko nro swept into Insignificance. "Wool has been going up and up, and tho sheep and wool industry is coming back ns fast as it can. II will keep on coming. "And wool is another illustra tion of tho great opportunity now open lo Americans of capturing their own homo markets from the foreigners. Did you over stop to think how almost ridiculous it is for an American lo go into a shop, buying a suit, and lo have tho tailor drag out, right at tho beginning, 'something particularly good and just tho fashionable in imported wear? That's tho invariabio ox perience; tho imported woolens aro always pushed at us. Why shouldn't wo bo making as good woolens as anybody elso? "Can't wo make them? Of course wo can; and now that wo aro in tho way of having lo do it wo will, see if wo don't." Wartime Advice to Farmers In tho current issuo of Farm and Fireside Herbert Quick, editor of that publication, gives the follow ing advice to farmers: "Tho first effect of tho European war is not favorablo to the Ameri can grain and foodstuffs markets Tho lack of ships nud open harbors dams up shipments on this sido of tho water, and causes a tcmpor ary glut. "How long this will continuo no ono can predict. It may havo pass- ed by tho timo this readies our readers, or il may bo at its height. Hut low prices on this account can not last. "Tho readjustment will tako limo, but peoplo must cat and bo cloth ed, and wo of tho United States must feed and clothe them. Let tho farmers keep thoir heads, and hold tlicir produce for tho reslor ntion of freight service. Don't give away tho foodstuffs to tho specula tors. Groat fortunes will bo made in grains and meals in this event ful year. "Every ono of us should rcsolvo to mako as much out of his own pro- duco as possible. Keep tho cotton, wheat, corn, and meat animals on tho farm if possible until tho ships begin to ply to Iho ports of tho world. Will End tli Myitsry. "Have tho police yet found any explanation for tlio mysterious disappearance of Mr. Jenkins?" "No. They're going to get a pack of bloodhounds on his troll tomorrow." "Gracious! Won't thero bo dauger that If tho bloodhounds flud him they'll eat hlmr "What If they doT Ills disappear- anco will no longer bo a mystery." Uuffalo Impress. A Rich Man's View.. "So you are opposed to grand opera at popular prices?" "Yea. Next they'll bo having terrapin at popular prices nud orchids at bargain rate, and then what interest will u rich man have lu UfoJ" Kansas City Journal. 1, SEED CORN Ho sure and select your seed corn Plow your corn ground this fall. Pick all llio cowpcas that arc ripe and cut your vines soon or llio frost will get them flrsU Tie your corn shocks with twine, it holds it straight and saves your time and money. Remember tho Corn Show on Sal urday, October 31. Urlng your corn, potatoes, onions, peas, beans, pump kins, squashes, dresses, aprons, pig and etc. munity and (hero is no sadder sight in life than a few noblo spirited cit izens staggering under a load of dead timber. Tho undertaker is of times a doveloper. INFORMATION ABOUT KENTUCKY FARMS whilo standing in tho field. Select according to rules given in Citizen a few weeks ago. Good seed corn is often ruined because the fanners bolievo their aulumns are so dry that no special caro Is necessary after llio ears are gathered. Tho vitality of tho seed is often reduced by leaving it in a sack or in a pile for even a day after gathering. To keep the seed com at its best, il should be put in a dry place at once where thero is free' circulation of air and where tho cars will not touch each oilier. FARM FACTS By Peter Radford Ho who plows can produce any thing, including health and bappi ncss. Tho magic inilucnro of tho plow will mako a desert bloom and bios som. Tho problems of farming arc as serious as the multiplication tables Successful farming and marketing aro the basis of all human pro-cres- s. Farming is successful only when the crops havo been profitably kcted. Good roads broaden our sympathy, lessen distance and incrcaso our usefulness. It's the man who really counts In farming. Fertile land is necessary, hul a master mind must solvo tho problem of production and market' ing. A FACTORY ON THE FARM A silo is a factory on tho farm and OWNERSHIP (From Last Federal Census Reports) Kentucky has 2.19,185 farms; of this number 171,325 aro operated by owners and managers and 87,800 by tenants. Sixty-si- x per cent of tho farms of this Stato aro operated by owners and managers and 31 per cent by ten ants. Tho farm homo owners and managers of Kentucky cultivate 11,201,-00- 0 acres of land and the tenants till 3.003,000 acres in this State Tho valuo of tho land and buildings of tho tenant farms of this Stato 153,785,000; is that llio homo owners and managers is $181,075,000. OF MADISON COUNTY ' thcreforo lends itself to of tho commercial and agricultural interests. Tho farmer gets tho profit of both producer and consumer. Wo need moro of thoso twin agencies of prosperity on tho farms of Kentucky and business men cannot render a bolter servlco to their communities Iban in encouraging tho building or silos. Tho silo is a groal business educator. II arouses tho spirit of enterprise, dovelop3 business ingbnuily and wakens tb joy of ownership. A farmer, can build a silo for two or three hundred dollars, and it will, undor ordinary conditions, pay a dividend of 40 por cent wlicro it is run lo capacity. THE UNDERTAKER Thero are In many communities successful business men and farmA DEVELOPER HOMES United States Census at Washington has just issued a bulletin dealing with the ownership of Madison County homes. Tho important facts contained in tho bulletin relating to this county are as follows: Thero aro 5893 homos in Madison County. Tho FARM HOMES 3519 nro farm homes. 1,898 of tho farm homes aro owned by their occupants and aro free of mortgaged incumbrance. Tho mortgaged farm homos num- Of this number ber In 315. 1,31 i Renters occupy this county. farm homes URBAN HOMES ers who stand liko stumps in the highways of progress and in such a sltuiilion tho Undertaker is an important factor in development. Scarcely a day passes that thoy do not add a now terror lo death by 'rofuslng to join with publlo spirited citizens in a movement for tho upbuilding of their community or by 'their IndJITerenco snag an industrial enterprise. H' takes live men lo build a com Out of a total of 5,893 homes In tho county 2,3 it aro urban homes. Thero aro 809 urban homo owners la tho county. Of (his number 150 aro mortgaged. 037 of tho urban owned homes arc freo of incumbrance. Thero aro 1,37J rented urban homes in tho county. Tho census enumerators wero un- ablo to sccuro data pertaining to thu ownership of a small porccnlago of both tho rural and urban homes in this county. courage in battle, and many a Incident relieves tho grim picture of the nwful conflict Bravery Under Fire. 'Tho most romantic, dramatic and In the orders of the day made public piquant episode that modern war can show," says a naval lieutenant In de- at Bordeaux numerous cases of bravery scribing an episode In tho Helgoland arc cited. Prlvnto Philips of the Second batfight Ills letter reads as follows: wag precipitated. "Tho Defender, having sunk nn ene- talion of riflemen during tho battlo ran Tho French, supported by the Brit' my, lowered a whaler to pick up her out under Are to his captain, who was Ish troops, directed a determined as' mortally wounded, and brought him In. against tho hastily fortified po swimming survivors. Before tho whal- Private Philips went eight times to tho sault er got back an crieray's cruiser came sltlons of the Kaiser's forces In an ef up and chased tbo Defender, and thus firing lino under violent shelling to give fort to cut tho railroad lines leading to water to tho wounded, and he also asshe abandoned bcr whaler. Brussels. "Imaglno their feelings alone in an sisted his commandant to rally riflemen Petrograd. The official communicadispersed by the enemy's Are. tion from tho general staff headquar open boat without food, twenty-fivOf nil tho wounded patients tho best miles from the nearest land and that ters Issued reads: say the doctors in tbe military hospi"Tho battle of Augustowo ended, Oc land the enemy's fortress, with nothtals In Paris, arc the Turkos. Thero la tober 3, In a victory for tho Russian ing but fog and foes around thcml "Suddenly a swirl alongside and up, no limit to the pain they can endure. arms. Tho German defeat Is com If you please, pops bis Britannic majSpartan Women. plete. E-opens his 'conAmong the victims of tho battlo of "Tho enemy Is at this moment In a esty's 8ubmurlno disordered retreat and In flight toward ning tower, takes them all on board, Gumblnnen wero tho two grandsons of tho Bast Prussian frontier. The va shuts up again, dives and brings them the famous Russian Journalist, Katkotf. It Is related that when Mmc. Kat-koltant Ilus8lan troops are In close pur home 2oO miles I" was told her sons bad fallen her suit, tho Germans abandoning, In their Small Boy Saves Family. first words were: desperate march, trains, cannon and Theodore Taperzer, nine years old, munitions, not having even time to "Have wo won tho battle?" of Philadelphia arrived at the offices Told yes, she said: gather up their wounded. of the American relief committee In "Then I don't regret my sons' death, "It Is already known that tho battle London In charge of a Hungarian wid- since they wero useful to their counof Augustowo began on September 29 ow and her six children, whom be had try." with a bombardment by the German tho way Ignaz Relslng and his wife, Sophie heavy artillery In the region of SopotZ' brought allHungarian from Budapest capital this boy Relslng, peasants residing In Gclsel-backin (on the left bank of the River From the as guldo and Interpreter of NIemen), followed by an offensive had acted Bavaria, sent their six sons and family. movement by tho enemy against the tho fatherless into the war. When Taperzer, who had been visiting rel- three same fortified town. the soldiers went out somebody asked atives In Hungary, started to come their mother why she did not cry like "At the same time the Germans out alone. At the railroad station In made repeated efforts to crush and dls till. Budapest he met a family whose fa- tbe other women present "I wait antho Russian forces near Drus- I have real causo for that" she locate now dead, had been a naturalther, kenlkl, on the NIemen. ized American citizen. He took the swered. "On September 26 tho Germans also Hungarian Mrs. Vanderbilt Washes Dishes. mother and her children began an attack on the fortresses ol his care. On his arrival In LonA caller at the American Red Cross Ossowetz, but everywhere met wltb under don tbe boy drew a draft on his father hospital In Paris found Mrs. W. K. fierce resistance and wero compelled was promptly Vanderbilt washing dishes In the sculto retreat. Not satisfied with counter in Philadelphia, whichcommittee. He lery. No work Is too trivia for the sothe relief attacks, our troops took the offenslvs honored by ns Interpreter then acted for the wid- ciety leader, Paris reports, and her rigorously and pursued the enemy." ow while she told her story and se- namo is blessed In the Red Cross cured aid from tho committee, after world. All Depends on Barriers. which ho attended to the securing of A wounded Prussian officer was tak-e- n All news from the front, official or steamship passage for his charges. to a Petrograd hospital, where a reports received by newspapers, Indinurse carefully dressed his wounds. Feat of lone Swordsman. Alsne has cates that the battle of the The following day ho ascertained that resolved Itgelf into a race between tho Georgo Andre, France's foremost all the nurse was none other than the flanking movement against Von Kluck around athlete, has been decorated grand duchess Olga Alcxandrovan, tbe and tho German effort to break with the military medal and promoted czar's sister. through the barrier fortresses on the to be n sergeant, according to tbe OffIt Is reported from Kiev that PrinIf the allies can envelop or icial Gazette, for a great feat of gal- cess Helena Georglevna, duchess of east. Von Kluck's nrmy before the lantry. crush Meucbtcnburg, and Princess Marina Germans rush a great force through Andre, who holds the hundred me- Petrovna have entered tbo hospitals at the Verdun line, no German troops can ters world's record, wbtlo fighting In Pokrovsky convent at Kiev and startremain In French territory. If tho Lorraine, with a company was sur- ed work nmong tbo wounded. Germans break through the barrier a rounded by a largo German detachTried to Fat Boots. reverse, but not disaster, may be ex- ment The athlete, sweeping his heavy Scores of wounded Germans are arpected for the allies. flail, sword around his head like a Fresh troops, the weight of new slew many Germans who were gather- riving at Dieppe from Senlls. Many of them were a week In tho field witharmy corps, will most likely decide the ed around tbe standard. contest of speed. Both sides aro reHe captured the standard and re- out food. One poor fellow said they inforcing rapidly. It Is believed here gained tho French lines at his sprint- had eaten grass and even attempted to eat their straps and boots. They had that the allies can bring to bear a er's gait under a hall of bullets. no emergency rations nnd were nearly greater number than the Germans. Twenty Against 200. mad with thirst The French Are Confident. InciLa of Paris Oddities In the War News. The government reports are extra- dent Liberie battlefield relates an on nt Complegne Tho Austrlans report that Russians ordinarily reticent, though tinged with In which the ninea French lieutenant and havo done great execution with maconfidence, and optimism. The latest report Indicates that the west end of teen cuirassiers attacked 200 dragoons chine guns mounted In trees, which U of tho German Imperial guard and a novelty In the stylo of mounting the battlo shows a German advance, right through them. They con- guns. whllt, there have been some gains by dashed tinued the fight In the streets of Rcmy Two Americans arrived at Ostend the allies in hard fighting along the and Anally reached Paris after a sebattered and haggard, but wherever Mouse.. In anothor report thero was ries of bairbreatb escapes. Threo of they met Germans the waving of the a suggestion that oxhaustlon produced tho nineteen were killed, and Ave wero big American passport secured them by days of unceasing combat has slack- made prisoners. Tbo others passed politeness, they declared. ened the battle fury at some points, through the German lines in disguise. At Sottegehem they came upon some although continued hard fighting at The party bad dismounted at a furm the west and conter with successful outside Itcmy at 10 o'clock at night German officers In a wayside tavern. resistance to or repulse of tho Ger- when they were cut off by a squadron A lieutenant colled for a song In English. One of tho Americans obliged mans is specified. From the River of the Imperial guard. Tbe lieutenant with "You Made Mo Love You. I Alsne on the west to the Argonne re- consulted his men, and all agreed to Didn't Want to Do It" gion on tho west, the Germans left try to break through tbe enemy. The Tho lieutenant then said, "It you their trenches In a scries of determin- guard gave way before their Impetued assaults to break down the French ous cries, and the fight was continued como from Brussels you must be hungry." resistance, by sheer force of numbers. In the streets of Rcmy, wbcro thirty The officer disappeared nnd returnThe onslaught was met by the French of the. enemy wero slain. ed with arms laden with ten pounds in a series of counter attacks In which of butter aud a hundred eggs. Escaped In Disguise. the Germans were defeated and driven diplomatic service, Tho wltb heavy losses. back Unfortunately tho little band got sep now United States man for all nahandy arated. One entered a house and con- tions a sort of has been asked by a Mons Is Burning. In Europe, wood. behind a pllo Dispatches from Ostend report that cealed himself dismounting of killing circus agency to And "Teddy Bobs," Another, after and Briton, In Germany. If tho fact bo Mons, Belgium, baso of operations and tbo opponents, Jumped over a a Is eight applies for tho army of General Von three ofwall aud lamo In tbo left garden and hid. The others got leg docs feet tall In' finding blm, It Is not aid Kluck, Is burning. Mons has been tho Into other houses. expected his appetlto will, for he Is organization center for the sending of In all cases tbo fugitives put on reinforcements to the firing lino In civilian clothes and remained hidden ono of tho most prodigious caters In Europe, aud If not found will aid his Franco. A dispatch from Amsterdam for two days while tbo Germans kept country by reducing Germany's food says that tho'Germans In again bom- searching for them. Tho lieutenant supply. barding Malines and tho same time two ribs marsh attacking Grombergon were repulsed was found in a shoulderwith of Germans Sob; French Stoics. out broken and his Joint by tho Belgians with heavy losses. Thero Is ono marked difference, wholwas taken Into a factory and was Germany admits her losses In the He as an overseer, and eventually, ly psychological, betweeu tho German battle of tho Alsne have been extra- dressed with tho help of safe conduct, tho and the Freuch wounded, who are conordinarily heavy, according to a Ber whole eleven passed through tho ene- stantly arriving at Bordeaux, writes a lin dispatch. The Prussian guard, the my's lino correspondent and got to Paris. picked soldiers of the German empire Physically thero Is llttlo difference In a trench outside tho village of and the kaiser's pride, havo been cut four dead Ger- between tho German wounded soldier to pieces In tho fighting of tho last man soldiers were found sitting with being carried by and his wounded three days on the center of the battlo playing cards In their hands. French antagonist In a nearby cot tho lino. The strength of somo companies A shell burst over them and killed bullet or shrapnel has torn tho Gerhas been reduced from 250 to 100 men. all during a gamo of pinochle. man's flesh 110 more cruelly than It has Virtually all the original officers hare torn tho Frenchman. been killed or wounded. Two battal"Snowstorm of Shells." But almost all tbe German prisoners ions have boon annihilated. "It was a snowstorm of shells," one aro suffering extremely from nervous Therefore the popular soldier said of a recent engagement exhaustion. o The situation In Albania has "We went forward, however. A Bhell opinion of tho outlander of tho characso serious that intervention by fell a few paces from mo and threw teristics of the two is wholly reversed. Italy Is not unlikely. There Is no np a great column of earth, which Tho French wounded, lustcad of doubt that such Intervention would covered me, getting Into my eyes and showing signs of nervous excitement, Wean a declaration of war by Austria. mouth. Then we came under tbo ma- ore comparatively calm, whereas tbe chine gun tire. This was really terri wounded anioug the Germans, despite Tfcsrs art fairs that Um hopes ble. We seemed to bo in a furnace. their reputed stoicism, spend tbe greata means ol The bullets 'screamed by nud mado er part of their waking hours sobbing tertaln4 tor radhun M ours rrjll bo aa rain aa Umn to elk fearful ravages. Tbe dead aud wound- - plteously. Uquld air onoe gar rise. humorous e ff h, sons-in-laNantcull-le-IIaudoul-w-l- from abroad a story MANY itself, telling of Isdauntless i You and Your Family Need The Citizen Every Week -- Subscribe Today T Pago Four. tiif. r.rnzEN Oclohor 8, 1014. LOCAL PAGE FONTS OT BURBA. AND VAWm GATMMD Of FROM A 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 tats, haberdashery and clothes, designed to please young fellows, sounds the authentic style innovations jor Fall, igif Invited you are to hie yourselves hitherward as soon as you can spare a time few Gel that aluminum cooking ware (ad) at Welch's. Mr. Tracy Pearsons of Oraugo, N. Nearly all of the Fire Insurance Companies have withdrawn from J., is in Berea this week installing the state, but Breck & Evans new batteries at tho telegraph of- have some Old Strong Companies lice at tho depot. Tho Misses Nina King and that wfll fumtsh Any Kind of In surance you want. Lewis were in London, Ky, MECK c KVAMS minutes of your Bel-ti- e J. S. STANIFER . Richmond, Kentucky A J. S. STANIFER SERVICE. Sunday. THE OGG STUDIO O. C. PURKKV, Prop. Mrs. George Dick and Mrs. L. Davis were in Richmond, Ky A High Class Photographs, Enlarging, Kodac Finiahing Picture Framing Btea Bank and Trust Co. 0-r-r Mrs. Perilda King of Center St. is spending the week with friends ' WATCIES BARQAIN8 WATCIBS Go to Maroasi's to get your Jew elry. Everything guaranteed. Prices the lowest, quality considered. Next door to 'Clarkilon'i Hard ware, Main Street. L, & N. TIME TABLE North Hound, Local 7:00 a. m. 10:55 Knoxvillo 3:51 1:07 p. in. BEREA 6:15 p. in. 7:15 Cinoinnati Soutli Hound, Local 0:10 a. in. 8:15 Cincinnati 12:37 p. in. 12:25 BEREA 5:50 7:00 p. in. Knoxvillo p. m a. m a. m p. in a. m a. in Express Train No 33 will slop to take on passen gers for Knoxville and points beyond South Bound 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati 11:15 a. in. BEREA No. 32 will stop al Berea to take on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and points beyond. North Bound BEREA 4:55 p. in. Cincinnati 8:50 p. m. COMING EVENTS If you want an exclusive style in a suit or coal, make your selection during our opening, Oct. 9th, as we show only one garment of a kind. (ad-1Mrs. S. R. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Harley Bonar of Mad- isonville, Ohio are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bower. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Watson of Edinburg, Ind.. and Mr. F. M. Bow er of Parksville, Ky., spent week's Hats! Hats! Ladies Hats I at Mrs. end with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Laura Jones, Chestnut St., Berea, .Mr. Ben Gabbard was in town Ky. Nobby school hats for girls and ladies at 50 and 75 cents. Ladies Sunday. tasty black and white sailor trimmed Just now we have on exhibition .) $2.00 to $250. an attractive lino of models in tail Dr. and Mrs. Preston Cornelius are ored effects that are particularly back in Berea again from Fleming. adapted for immediate wear. Even you don't want to buy you are War has been declared on high if welcome to come in to look and (ad) prices at Welch's. get an advance insight into the mil Mr. John Spivn and son, Charlie, linery styles for early fall wear. from Indianapolis, Ind, are visiting Fish's (ad) at II. C. Spiva's on West Union St. Mr. Edgar Wyatt was in town Mr. John Fowler, who has been from Saturday until Monday. hack in the "mountain counties buyA crowd of the young folks mot ing cattle, returned tho llrst of the ored over lo Danville Sunday. week with a large drove. Mr. A. Coffey and Mr. D. Boone of Mrs. Laura Jones has just return- Stanford, Ky., motored over Satured from Cincinnati, with a complete day evening and spent Sunday with lino of fall and winter hats. They friends. Both young men aro form are now open for sale at her storo er students of the school. on Chestnut St., Berea, Ky. EveryGet that stovo at Welch's, (ad) body most cordially invited to come Dr. Cornelius was called to Liv and see them. Examine her styles ingston, Ky., Monday. and compare the prices. She will Mr. I). N. Welch and Mr. E. Cor bo pleased to 1111 your orders and nelius spent Monday in Richmond. guarantee satisfaction with every Miss Dora Ely left Friday order that goes out of tho store. for Buckhorn, Ky. (ad. 151 Mi, and Mrs. Leo Hipshire of Leonard Isaacs, son of Judge Lexington, Ky., arrived Monday for Isaacs, of High St., underwent an a visit with J. G. Harrison and fam operation for appendicitis Monday. ily, and other relatives at Big Hill. Th Drs. Robinson performed tho Don'l all come in at once; but you operation. come first to Mrs. Laura Jones Mil Tho many friends of Mrs. Will linery store, Chestnut St., Borca, Isaacs will be glad to know of her Ky., and get tho benefit of her won much improved condition nt this derful bargains in now, stylish hats just in from Cincinnati. issue of the paper. Every Mrs. D. W. Brown, wife of Pastor stylo and price from 50c up to $10 Brown of tho Methodist Church, re- ONLY this year. Stock open to tho turned this week from Canada trade now and satisfaction guaran (ad-1where she has been for some lime. teed with overy order. Mr. Leonard Robinson of Corbin, Gasoline irons at Weloh's. (ad) The Hist meeting of tho Epworth is visiting in Berea this week. Mr. Green Bales who lives in Iho League of tho Methodist Church was evening. Tliero was north central part of tho stato was held Sunday a large attendance and an increased Yisiting in town tills week with his parents and sisters. membership. Mr. R. F. Spenco was in London Tho Lyceum numbers are excepfor a couplo of days last week. tionally good this year. Get your (ad) liokets, they will not famish your Eggs now 20o at Welch's. purse but enrich your mind and Mr. and Mrs. Shaw who have been make you happy for days to come. living on Center St. for some timo, Do you want a suit or coat made moved to Richmond last week. Mr. you Hiram McCreary and family havo lo order at the sumo price moved into the house thoy vacated would havo lo pay for a ready-mad- o garment? Then havo us take your and Mr. Frank Mnupin is occupying the McCreary house. measures during our opening. Phone all your wants to X. ad. ) Mrs. S. 11. Baker. Miss Belle Jones and sister-in-la- w BEREA HOUSES TO RENT of Wildle, Ky., both formor studThe college has several houses to ents of tho Normal department, are rent at rates ranging from 13.00 to visiting Berea friends this week. 122.50 per month. (ad) 'I nomas J. Osborne, Treasurer. Portland Cement at Weloh's Ho. 5) (ad-155) (ad-,15- October 12 Mountain Day Foundation School. 7:30 First Lyceum Attractio- nMusic Makers. 14 7:30 p. m. Anniversary A. Z. Lit erary Society. 10 7:30 p. m. Genoral Faculty Students in Owsley County, Mrs. Frost. 21 7:30 p. m. Exhibition by Ladies' Literary Societies. 3t. Berea Corn Show; in Laurel County. Latest shapes in Indies and girls dress hats $3.10 to $5.00. Children's hats best bargain ever. A complete line. It will pay you to come down lo Chestnut SI. and see what a nlco hat you can get for such lillle money. Mrs. Laura Jones, (ad-1Many Berea people attended tho teachers' institute which is in scs sion nt Richmond this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. Adams of Win chester, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lazwell and .little daughter, of Brush Creek are visiting here this week with their mother, Mrs. Nannie Branna- man. Mrs. I. Dooloy and dauglilcrs.Mary and Ethel accompanied Mr. E. F. Coyle lo Richmond Sunday. A crowd of young folks of the town enjoyed a moonlight horse back ride Monday evening. Pure lard in 501b cans at Welch's for $0.00. ad. Mr. E. T. Fish is serving on the grand jury this week. Mr. E. F. Coylo and Dr. Best took Misses Nettie Oldham and Myers to Richmond Monday to the institute. Miss Fox is in Richmond this week for the institute. Misses Mary and Florence Tatum are in Richmond for Iho institute. Mr. and Mrs. M. Jackson and little sons have returned from a three week's visit in Kirksville, with 5) Mr. Leonard Robinson returned the first of the week from Dayton, Ohio, whore he has been employed thru the summer. Mr. Henry McClanahnn, who was a student hero several years ago, is visiting with his old classmates and friends this week. Everybody is invited lo attend our suit and coat opening, Oct. Dili. Como and see Iho new styles even if you do not want to buy. (ad-1Mrs. S. R. Baker. Mrs. Chas. B. Holder with her two sons, left for Roanoke, Va., on tho midnight train Monday. She was also accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Early, of the Racket Store. Mrs. I. B. Gatewood, demonstrator for tho Postum Cereal Co., Battle Creek, Mich, was nt J. B. Richardson's store the first of the week. Mr. Webb McGinnis nnd wife, who have been visiting in Berea for somo time, left for Tennessee Tuesday, where Mr. McGinnis will have charge of a hotel. Trunks, suit cases and all kind of bags at Wolch's. (ad) 5) go-w- ay UNION CHURCH NEWS Last Sunday was Peace Sunday. A large attendance greeted tho pastor who spoke on "Tho Final Futility of Force" from the text "Thy gentleness hath made thee great." PEACE Thursday night topic Acts by tho spirit. 10. Led Next Sunday annual collection for Baptist Foreign Missions. Special Harts. Holy meetings this week at Sermon topic: next Sunday "The Spirit at Work." OUT-D0O- Sunday night in tho Main Chapel tho regular service gave way to n special pearo service arranged by Dr. Roberts, In response let the proclamation of President Wilson, which was read in tho opening service. Prayer by Pres. Frost; followed by a solo rendered with unusual power by Prof. Rlgby. Dr. Robertson spoke on the "Facts and Causes of the War." Prof. Dodge spoko on the "Horrors of War"; he was followed by Mr. Werlenhorger of Tho Citizen on "Is War Avoidable." Mr. Knight concluded witli a discussion on "War and its Principles" It wns an occasion of interest and profit to all. Be Saving of Water Water users have every reason lo bo saving of this precious thing R Beret's PREACHING Old Pioneers. preaching for the Tho out-do- or last two Sundays nt the cemetery and The Point tins been so well attended nnd highly profitable that they will be continued. Next Sum day, the meeting will bo at tho Tee- man Thompson place, now occupied by Ulysses S. Wyatt, south of town; just olT from the Scaffold Cane pike, ' . f STOVES Stoves Stoves stoves Stoves Stoves stoves Stoves Stoves for tho next two months. Our springs are fed by the water which seeps out of the saturated 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. Wo shall not have saturating rains until December and must plan for two months for a sranty supply. Bo thoughtful and saving. Crowds havo responded to the of J. B. Richardson at his ts store to partake of the various temptingly deinontrated of The Postum Cereal Co. of Battle Creek. Call and see our live wire Main and Center Sts., Berea, Ky. ( ad-1- 5 demonstrator. Fish's Millinery The Style and Quality Line pro-due- StOVeS stoves StOVeS stoves Stoves Stoves Stoves Stoves 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, Kentucky Stoves Stoves Stoves EVERYTHING IN STOVES AT tor Dr. Felton meet the requirement of good taste in Dress at Ex- B. E. BELUE & COMPANY Mr. H. C. Woolf, tho insuranco man, spent several days in Louisville this week transacting business matters. Stoves, stoves, stoves at Welch's. (ad) Any kind, any price. Rev. II. J. Darthick, of Indiana polis, Ind, tuado a (lying visit with Berea friends last Thursday. Mr. Derthick was formerly pastor of tho Christian Church here. Mr. Hubbel Giles wns called to his homo in Bridgewater, N. G, last Thursday by tho death of bis moth er. Mr. Otis Halo of Broadbead, Ky., arrived in town last Thursday preparatory to entering school this fall. He brings greetings from Joo Rid dle, a last year's student, who is working at Broadhead thru the fall. Mr. John Branson came up from London, Ky., Saturday for u visit witli Berea friends. Ho is instructor in tho Sue Bonnet Memorial School. NOTICE OF ELECTION on the Elizabeth Branch of the Brushy Fork of Silver Creek. Tee-mThompson wns one of the earliest settlers in tho vicinity of Berea and a friend to Brother Fee nnd brother Rogers in their struggles. He was a Union man and suiTored imprisonment in Lihby. This interesting place is very near Berea and gieat many citizens and students will enjoy taking a walk there Sunday evening at 3:30. There will be good music. In ease tho weather should bo bad, the services will be held in the Vocational Chapel in the Industrial building. an New Hats Loaves for Providence, R. I. JgL J. W. Bratcher and others, on pe tition: llerndon-Ranki- n Notlco Is hereby given that there John B. and his bride Miss Jcnnio will bo an election held in tho abovo styled action in Blue Lick Precinct Raukiu caused quite a surprise oven No. 15, Madison County, Ky., on tho to their own people by closing up third day or Nov. 1914, taking the their single career on the 5th. inst. senso of tho lokal voters of said This was not to occur until tho first precinct whether or not cattle or of the year according to tho edict any species thereof shall run at of tho parents nnd tho predictions largo on tho public roods thereof, of the outsido world. Tho marriago took place at tho home of tho hrido's this Sept. 16, 1014. parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Raukin Attorney, R. B. Torrlll, (ad. 15). Clerk, Madison Co. Court. of Lancaster. Dr. Geo. H. Felton left Berea on Tuesday last for a two weeks' absence in New England. During that time bo is to spend a week in attendance upon celebration of the 150th anniversary of Brown University, nt Providence,. It. L Dr. Felton is a graduate of that University, having entered it fifty years ago this (all. lk 3, KENTUCKY For A style to please your fancy, of a shape 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. Z see CLARKSTON Hardware and Groceries MAIN STREET, Near Bank BEREA, HAYES & GOTT "The Cash Store' Berea's Carpenter Course Gives Skill and Earning Power October i8, 1014. A threatened ideal. rain at first dimmed tho prospects, hut this soon blow over and tho rest of tho day was alt that could bo desired. At I wo o'clcok tho first parties started homo and by five tho mountain was completely descried, Tho yells and songs on tho road home well expressed tho general feeling and spirit of tho day n feeling of keen, pure enjoyment, and a spirit of abounding p. THE CITIZEN Pago Five. College News ' PHI DELTA ANNIVERSARY Tlio Phi Helta Mlernry Society, tho oldest student organization in tho Institution, hold IU tmy-Ilft- li Anniversary In tho Chapel Saturday night. Tim program was an I it Uresllng ono and drew n largo Kaeh of tho speakers showed decided ability and forco hut it was ovldunt that tho Idea of (ho groat Anniversary exercises of our litorary societies, thai tho speakers should ho appointed in tho Spring Term and procure "seasoned" preparation through tho long summer vacation, had not heen carried out. It is impossible to prepare a program of high literary exercises after tho beginning of tho Fall term. vMr. Harrell llongtand's opening address was full of cordial, enthusiastic welromo and contained thoughts worthy of more careful expression. Tho Twentieth Century Man, by Mr. Stanley Fugle, showed considerable reading and was worthy of attention. Tho Quartet added materially to tho interest of tho evening. Mr. John Branson's production, Tho Symmetrical Life, was full of good Hound philosophy. Tho extemporaneous speech'es, by Messrs. Thomas Frye, Arlclgh Grif-ll- n, and John Asher, were a novel feature and showed tho native ability of Iho speakers to good advantage. Tho violin solo, by Mr. Hanson, with Miss Florence Stephens at tho piano, was a musical tr'cat and heartily encored. Mr. Jesso Ilaird made a concrete, appeal to siezo the opportunities of a liberal education in his production, l'lpmlity of Opportunity in Education. Then Mr. Jas. Hiltman's lecture, Tho Opportunities of tho American Youth, had a lino of thought which, together with a good delivery, made this a striking number of the program. Mr. Carroll Uatsmi concluded the program with a more polished production which closed with an appeal which entitled his exercise to its name, an oration. MOWTAIN DAY Tho "back to tho land" movement was (jiito in vogue in Uonsi Monday. It was the day for tho annual mountain day excursion. Everybody was attired in their plainest toggery, for the trip was to he a rough one. At eight o'clock in Iho morning the llrsl wagon parties left for Indian Fort Ml; tho second ones at ten. There wero quito a few walking parties also, hut the .wagons wero more in popular favor. Ily twelve o'clock all wero scattered in groups around the bungaand low where a This lunrh was served. was a much appreciated feature, for tho trip out had whettened the appetites of all. After lunch tho various parties started out to visit tho spots which a long succession of mountain days and other excursions have made famous Indian Fort, Hock House, East and West Pinnacle, "Fat Man's Misery," "Tho ilat Hole," and others. Tho weather was ii j cc. Ks-ty- lo per-suasl- vo well-prepar- ed us i JOFFRE ADMITS REVERSE Allies' Line Bends Under Pressure. GERMANS GAIN GROUND Fllhtlni Sllll Desperate But Undecisive. THE DEADLOCK COLUMBUS BUGGIES and MOGULL WAGONS Are the late arrivals which add two more members to the big family-Ameri- can Fence, Oliver Chilled Plowi, Foster Rangers and V. C. Fertilizers. Sold exclusively by TAKES POSITION Mr. Jesse (lllhcrt Haugh, ono of Korea's tluest students, leaves Ky., this week for Pino Mountain, where ho will nssuino his new duties as Superintendent of tho Pino .Mountain Settlement School Farm. Mr. Haugh has been a student in Herea for a number of years and never has ho reflected discredit upon himself either as a scholar or a gentleman. Ho hns always taken an aclivo part in nil school affairs. Whllo associated with tho Hcla Kappa literary society ho was a member of the debating team and president of the society. Ho holds a diploma both from tho Academy and Agricultural departments." Last summer ho married Miss Lucy Webb, n gradualo of Herea's Homo Department Science and since has been doing practical agricultural work upon his farm several miles from Herea. We regret to sec Mr. Haugh leave us but are glad of tho opportunity which he has received for greater elllciency in his chosen work. Our best wishes go with hiui. D. CONTINUES The Germans Summon Fresh Re- - ' sources to Field of Carnage. Berlin, Oct 6. In th wontern the-t- r of the war the battle on the right wing and In the Argon no dlitrlft la proceeding successfully. The opera, tlona on Antwerp and In the eastern theater of tho war have been carried out according to plans and without R. H. CHRISMAN "The Furmture Mm" Chestnut Street FIRED SHOTS ACROSS BOW . Berea, Kentucky Mr. I). past two years has acted as Secretary to tho president, left last Saturday afternoon for Cleveland, 0., where bo will enter tho Western lleserve Medical School. Mr. How-mhas heen connected with Herea as student and college worker for sovernl years. In 1910 ho graduated from the college department; tho year following ho taught in tho Casper, Wyoming, high school. In the President's olllco ho has proven a faithful and elllcient worker, as ho has in all his other undertak ings. Wo will miss I). O.'s famil- iar face around the campus but can hut wish him well in his professional pursuits. an 0. BOWMAN LEAVES 0. Ilowman. who for tho aghtlne. Paris. Oct 6. It Is reported thnt General Von Moltke has been pujier- eded by General Von Volghta Ithetz as chief of the Oerman general staff. Iondon, Oct. 6. The Germans unde niably havo gained ground In tho region of lioye at the hinge of the allied line. General Joflre admits a reverse. The allies' lino has bent under tremendous pressure, but remains unbroken. North of the Olse, where the battle front forms a right angle, the fighting has been violent but undeci OPENING OF GRADED SCHOOL. UTILE DULCE ENTERTAINS Silver Creek has proven tho favorite rendezvous for society and class gatherings, thru tho school year. Last Wednesday evening, tho 30lh, tho Utile Dulco literary soei-t- y met there for their customary opening rally. A big bonfire lighted tho scene and gave a cheering effect to the occasion. A light program was given but there was no attempt at following (ho literary routine of a regular session. Tho President, Miss Margaret Todd, extended a cordial welcome lo all new members of the society. Then folsolos lowed several and n few speeches. A liberal sup ply of marshmallows kepi all busily engaged for tho balance of the evening. well-render- ed Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky Just to remind you of our Savings Department per cent interest paid on any amount for any length of time in this department 4 JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES Prices Always Right J. B. RICHARDSON NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE Maw Street .... Seattle, Wash. Several shots were fired across the bow of the American steamer Seward, Captain John Johnson, by the Japanese cruiser Idzuma, whose officers then boarded the rner chantman and closely examined her papers. She was then allowed to proceed. Owing to the rigid censorship no news of the incident was permitted to be sent out by the British Columbia sive. Meanwhile the Germans have ap- stations, but meager details of the afparently failed to check tho flanking fair were received from officers of the movement whose point, according to Pacific Coast Steamship Company. unofficial Information, Is within sixDECLARED OFF. NEGOTIATIONS teen miles of the Iielglan frontier, more menacing than ever to Von Juarez, Mexico. All negotiations for Kluck's western communications. a peaceful settlement of the Villa-CaGeneral Joffre's purpose now revealranza quarrel have been declared oil ed, points to a drive at Mons and Brus by Gen. Villa. Following the announcewhile holding fast In tho main ment from Mexico City that Car sels, rebattle line. This contemplates tho ranxa's generals will not consent U lief of Antwerp as well as a weakening his resignation as first chief of the of the German center necessitated by constitutionalists, Villa resumed actW army corps sent from the center to preparations for a campaign against support Von Kluck. Mexico City. The conference at Aguu The Deadlock Continues. Callentes, If held at all, will nol change tho state of affairs. Along the fortified hills of Champagne the deadlock continues, but In the Argonna and along the Meuse the TOURING CAR TURNS TURTLE. Germans, summoning fresh resources, are sleepless In their efforts to break Trenton, N. J. A boy and a little the allied right wins and so open an baby wero killed and four other perurgently needed east and west line of sons, all living on near-b- y dairy farms, General were badly Injured when a large tourcommunication from Metz. Joffro has assured his government ing car threw a tire and overturned, that these attacks have been beaten between Lawrencevllle and Princeton. back. According to Tlndall, the machine was The official reports of the twenty-thir- d descending a steep hill at moderate day of the battle aro mere para- speed, and near the bottom young graphs of generalities, an Indication Stults, who was at the wheel, turned Invariably of a poignant stage of con- upon a knoll at the side of the road to flict Thoy contain, however, an of- allow another car to pass. The car ficial admission of the first French re iwerred and, with a crash, overturned, verse for several days, a setback In the region where previous success had THE PRESIDENT'S NEW AUTO been noted. In the Eastern Field. Two Others From the Same Shop Are It Is unofficially reported from northon the Way. western Galtcla that the Russians Washington. Oct. 6. A new sixty-siTar-nohave captured the fortresses of horse power touring car of tho most In southwest Poland In the gen- modern type has arrived at the White eral region of Cracow, near Kleloo, House for the president The cost of Russian cavalry has defeated German the car, which was authorized by controops sent from France to defend Cra- gress, was 6,000. cow; It Is believed that a great battle In a short time two other new cars has been begun In that region and that from the samo shop are to arrive for engagement may determine tho the president. One of theso Itf to be a the fate of both Cracow and Silesia. To limousine costing $7,500. A new car the north In western Poland, great of the tame make a limousines also forces of Gormans striking toward has arrived for Secretary to the PresiWarsaw have been checked and dent Tumulty. pressed back by the Russians. An report from Petrograd says that Child Burned to Death. the Germans suffered a severe defeat , Brazil. Ind.. Oct. C Dorothy, the at Augustowo and are In full retreat daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The engagement was extremely obstinate In tho region of Suwalkl, where Fred Weose, living south of the city, the Oennans concentrated Important was burned to death as the result of Hor clothing forces, and had strongly fortified po- ploying with matches. sitions. The report says thnt tha caught fire. whole line of German retreat was blocked with the bodies of their dead IN OUR OWN STATE and that the German Invasion from (Continued from page 1) failed utEast Prussia Into Russia terly. Mountain Town Experiences Boom In tha Far East. Whitcsburg, Ky., OcL 0. A numJapanese cavalry repulsed an attack ber of handsome buildings have of Germans near Tslngtao In Blnghao been completed and a number of harbor, where there was an exchange others aro under construction. Tho of shots between Japanese and Ger- First National Hank building is just man ships. In which one Oerman ship being completed at a cost of $35,000. was struck by four shells. Japanese $20,-00- 0. troops continue to advanoe along the Tho llaplist church is to cost Work is soon to begin on the railway, but the Japs asBhsngtung sure the Chinese that tho troops will $30,000 High School building and the be replaced by civilians. China, how- $3,000 Armory. ever, continues to protest against the A Movable School violation of her territory. A Movublo School or Farmers' Inllritlsh troops with big guns have will bo held at London on arrived at Antwerp to assist the Bel- stitute 1 Uli, mid 15th of this month. In the defense of the forts. The tho gians It will bo conducted in conection British are holding out The German government has served with tho Teacher's Institute. Ablo a notice on Iloumanla that she must leoturers will bo thero from tho not enter Transylvania. Tho noto Is Kentucky Department of Agricuconsidered in the nature of an ultima- lture tho Extension Department .of tum. A hksty meeting of the Rouma- tho Collego of Agriculture uud tho was summoned to conp x The Board of Trustees wish to tako this method of notifying the patrons of tho district that school will open Monday morning, October 12th., at 8:30 o'clock, and that all pupils within tho district between tho age of six and twenty who wish to enroll should bo there promptly at that hour. No books should bo bought until notice has been given by tho teacher as to what aro needed, in order that extra expense may be avoided. Whilo wo belicvo that all parents in the district who do not al-- j ready havo tncir children in school will bo anxious to start them at once, it may bo well to mention tho fact that Hiq Board will seo to it that tho Compulsory law is strictly enforced, and that every child between the ages of seven and fourteen is in attendanco every day of tho term unless excused because of sickness. A flno will be imposed upon all parents who violato this law, in caso any are so indifferent in regard to tho interests of their children who live in Berea. Trusting that every oitizen, patron, and pupil within the district will earnestly cooperato with tho Board and teachers to givo Berea as good a public school as thero is in tho state, wo are, Very truly yours, Tho Board of Trustees. Joe W. Stephens Meat Market FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES Fruits and Vegetables Mill Feed, Flour and Meal OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE. ' GIVE US A CALL Main Street, Berea IF YOU PURPOSE Opening a new bank account or shifting one, think "Berea National" a clean, growing bank that is seeking your business on its record. your old Capital $25,000. Surplus and profits $26,500. BEREA NATIONAL BANK MIA, KENTUCKY Just Plain Folks "Just good plain, common folks." How often you hear the expression, and its a pretty fair compliment too. That's just what w strive to be at this bank. We do not permit any "frills." We are a part of the community, and we want you to feel that your interests are our interests. We haven't much use for people who "put on airs." There's none of that around our bank, just good, plain, everyCome right in, day business and accommodation. you are welcome. JACKSON COUNTY BANK McKee, Kentucky Berea, Kentucky nian cabinet sider tho communication, United States Department of Berea's Home Science Coure Make Happy Homes Pnno Six. THE CITIZEN Oclolior 8, 10U. The Land of Broken Promises DANE By Woman'sWorid Leader of the New Woman's Movement In the Orient al OOOLIDGE A HARD DIAMOND Dy A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution la his lmpotonco tho Idea of sorao porverso fnte some malign Influence over which ho had no control was BirunB wiin nooser; yoi wnon me blow fell he was not prepared for It It was tho third day of their mining And, with Amlgo, bo had been driving Into the faco of the cliff. Already tholr round of holes was drilled, tho fuses cut, the charges set, and as ho retreated before tho blast ho noticed absently that Cruz Mender was In camp. The shots followed, ono after another, and ho counted them to make sure there was no miss-Ar- e then ho looked around and discovered that Phil was gone. "Where Is Don Felipe!" ho Inquired of Mendez, and that broth er of the burro bowed fawnlngly before ho replied. "He has gone to Fortuna," bo said, wiping his faco with a bath towel which he wore about his neck. "And what for?" demanded Dud Imperatively, "I don't know, senor," writhed Mendez. "I brought him a letter." "From whom?" "I don't know. It was given to mo by Juana, the servant of the Scnorlta Aragon." "Ah!" breathed Bud, and pretended not to be surprised. "Well,, let Mm got" he said to him- self, and went back Into tho mine. It waa what he had expected, in a way, and his code bade him keep his hands off. But the next morning, when the evil was either avoided or done, he thrust his rifle Into Us sling and started for the town. At the Jail bo halted and gazed In through the windows then he rode up to the hotel and asked for Phil. "What? Have you not heard?" clamored Don Juan. "Ah, It is most unfortunate I would not have had It happen for the world!" "What?" Inquired Bud succinctly. "Why, the quarrel the encounter with Capltan del Bey! I did my best, I assure you, to prevent it, for the town has been put under martial law and the captain Is in full charge. They quarreled over the favor of a lady, and now your friend Is In Jail." "I didn't see him when I come by,' observed Hooker. "Ah, no not in the carcel In tho cuartel, the guardhouse of tho ru rales!" "Much obliged!" nodded Bud, and rode on through the town. The street of the Mexican quarter was filled with strange people hurrying to and fro; long packtratns loaded with trunks and curious bundles came swinging up from below; and a pair of rurales, looking fierce under their huge sombreros stood guard by the cuartel door. "Where is tbe captain?" demanded (Hooked. After requesting him to hang on his saddle-horn- , a hie pistol-bel- t sergeant showed him in to tho chief. Manuel del Bey was very busy with papers and orders, but as the American appeared In the doorway he rose sad greeted him with a bow. d I THE Author of FIGHTING FOOL,- - "HIDDEN WATERS," "THE TEXICAN," Etc. EVERETT CLARKE Illustrations by DON J. LAVIN (Coorrliht. Mil br Frank A. Manser.) ""WcTi;" replied TtckeTbTuntly, "I've and returned TTie "Tire". The bullets struck up tbe dust llko hailstones In got nothing to do with that I can't front of tho oncoming Irregulars, a man or two In tho lead went down, and they faltered. Then, as frantically as tho rebels, they turned and ran for 'I must now. IBud-fI or mel Bud read It through again and medl tatcd ponderously. Then ho foldod it up and thrust It in his pocket. "Muchas graclas, senor capltan," ho said, saluting and turning upon hi heel; and whllo all the Mexicans mar veled at tho Inscrutable ways of Amer lcanos, ho mounted and rodo away. TiTien you pet this I ihalt be far away, have been mad. but It Is too late nathcr than be executed I have rat. nut I ahall trr to be B tMtleA brave for her lake. Take care of Her, rmu CHAPTER XVII. Thcro was a world of Mexicans In tho plaza when Hookor rode down through the town. Never, It seemed to him, bad he seen so many or ltked them less. To the handful of Americans who remained to man tho mill and mlno, they were easily a hundred to ono and though their eyes were wldo with fear of tho Imminent rebels, they had an evil way of staring at him which he did not relish. Even at the hotel, where tho Span aristocracy was massed ten deep, he sensed the same feeling of veiled hostility and wondered vaguely what it might portend, if Philip De Lancey, for making love to a girl, waa dratted into tho army, what would happen to htm if these people should ever break loose? And did they have tho courage to do their worst? He lingered around the door for a while, hoping to meet Don Juan or somo American who would tell him tho news; then, disgusted with every' thing, he flung away and left them to themselves. Fortuna was not a white man's country he could seo that with out a diagram but at tho same time he Intended to hold his mine until ho could hear from Phil. Let the tides of Insurrection come and go, let tho take tho town and tho federals take It back again at the end he would still be found at the Eaglo Tail, unless Phil received his title to the mine. As for Aragon, whose fine Italian hand he perceived behind the sudden taking off of Phil, let him make what trades he would with the rurales and Manuel del Rey, even to tbe giving of his daughter's band; but if, taking ad' vantage of tbe unsettled times, he dared to try to steal their mlno, then there would be war to tbe knife. It. Is a fine, comforting thing to be) and of one purpose. All the rest of life is simplified and or dered then, and a man knows when to, raise his hand and when to hold It s single-minde- back. -- In his letter Phil had said nothing about their mine, but he was a Mexi can citizen still, and1 the mlno was In his name. Bud was his pardner and free to hold It In bis stead; and that he determined to do not only hold It, but work it for a stake. Then, when the tide was passed and all made certain, they could turn it over to Kruger and quit tho accursed country. As for tho girl, Bud decided that "Ah, good morning, senor," he Bald, she could take caro of herself without with one swift glance to read his mood. any assistance from him, and dis missed her from his mind. "You are In search of your friend Back at the mine he found Amlgo no?" "Si, senor," answered Hooker, but guarding camp from the hilltop, and with none of the animosity which tbe after telling blm the gist of his trou captain had expected. "Where Is he?" bles, the two of them went to work. "I regret very much," began the of- Every day, while one of them dug out ficer, speaking with military formality, the oro, the other crushed and washed "but It is my duty to inform you that it and watched as he horned out the the Senor De Lancey hae left Fortuna. gold. Their rifles they kept beside Last night he did mo the honor to en- them and pistols In their belts; and list in my company of rurales he is every time a Mexican dropped Into now on his way to the north to assist camp, as ono did now and then in the general unrest, he felt the silent men In guarding the railroad." "What?" shouted Bud, hardly able ace of arms In readiness ad continued to believe his cars. But when the cap- on hie way. tain repeated it he no longer doubted For a week they labored on togother, his Spanish. gTlm, watchful, expectant then, at "But why?" he cried; "why did he the break of day, they heard a distant Join the rurales?" rattle of arms, like the tearing of a "Ah, senor," shrugged Del Bey, "waa cloth, and knew that the battle was bo not a Mexican citizen? Very well, on. thon; he could be, summoned for miliThe great whistle at Fortuna opened tary service. But tho circumstances with Its full, bass roar, and Amlgo were these. Your friond came yester- snatched up his gun and went loping day to this town, where I am at pres- down tbe canyon, drawn irresistibly ent military commander, and made an by the sound of conflict. Bud lingered, unprovoked assault upon my person. climbing higher and higher to get a For this, according to law, be should view of the country. But bis young have been shot at sunrise. But, not blood clamored for action too, and wishing to occasion unpleasantness soon he was mounted and gone. with tbe Americans now residing here, The fighting was not at tho Ameri I offered him the alternative of mili- can town, but down tho valley by Old tary service. He is now enlisted as a Fortuna, and as Hooker galloped on rural for a term of five years." toward the sound of the firing he no "Five years!" exclaimed Hooker; ticed that It was on the move. Al and then, Instead of starting tho ready tho cowardly rebels were rerough-boueupon which the treating the volunteers from Fortuna rural guards were prepared to jump on were hurrying to get cloeor to them, his back be simply threw down his the rurales were riding to flank them; bat and cursed. Not anyone In par- and when Bud jumped his horso up ticular, but everything in general; tbo last hill and looked down Into the and at the end of It be turned once broad, cultivated valley ho saw tbe more upon the watchfud captain. dust of their flight "Dlspenseme, sonor," he said, 'fthta Down tbe fenced trail that led to the Is tbe truth, is It?" lower country the mounted lnsurrectos "St, senor," returned Captain del wero spurring in a rout; across the Bey. "But before leaving with his de- newly plowed field, of Aragon the men tachment your friend wrote this letter, on foot were making a short cut tor the which be requested me to deliver to bills; and all about thorn, like leaping you." grasshoppers, sprang up puffs of dust Ho offered with a flourish a sealed Now they plunged into tbe willow envelope, from which Bud extracted a brush along tbe river, where It swung short note. In against the ridge; and as their purDMr Bud! suers broke lntqJheopen Jhey baited e cover. Whllo defenders nnd Invaders shot back and forth across tho broad field Dud put spurs to hie horso and rodo closer, nnd whon he camo out on an other hilltop bo was just In tlmo to seo tho rurales como pelting In from tho west and take the revoltosos on tho flank. There was a great deal of long- dlstanco firing then, whllo the rebels slowly retreated, and finally, with a last defiant volley, tbo defenders turned back from their pursuit and mnrched triumphantly to Old Fortuna. There, amid numerous vivas, Don Clprlano rolled out a cask of mcecal and, after n fiery speech, Invited tho victors to help themselves. So they fell to drinking and carousing, and tho ono defender who had been wounded was bandaged and mado much of, while a great crowd from tho upper town looked on In awo and admiration, At last Manuel del Iley and his rurales returned from harassing tho en:my and with several wounded prisoners in their midst, the valor-drunMexicans formed a riotous procession and went marching back to town. Every horse and mule was carrying double, guns were being dropped, broad bats knocked off, and ever, as "But I'm In Trouble Now!" Sho Cried. they marched, they shouted: Interfere In your lovo affairs but If "Viva Madero! Viva Mcjlco! Muerto tbcy's war and they try to take the a los revoltosos!" town, you can count on me." It was an edlflylng spectacle to an "Oh, thank you," she said, bowing American, and with the rest Bud satirically. "And do you expect a tagged along to tbe plaza, where they war?" bad speeches and cheers 'galore and "Not with that bunch of hombresl" more mescal at tbe company's cantina. returned Bud, waving a disparaging But in tho midst of It, while he sat hand toward tbe nolso of the shouting. laughing on his horso by the hotel. At this she broke down and laughed. Bud felt a gravel strike hie broad Evidently she was not so fearful of bat from above and, looking furtively discovery after all. up, he beheld Gracla Aragon smiling "You forget, sir," she said, "that I down at him from the balcony. am a Mexican!" Sho beckoned blm with a swift Then, as ho failed to show any signs movement and gazed out over the as- of contrition, she changed her mood semblage again, and after a few mo- again. ments of deliberation Hooker tied his "But watt!" she ran on, her eyes horse and wandered Into tho hotel. flashing. "Perhaps we are not so eager A tlnglo of excitement went over to defend our government Jen we him as he tramped up to the ladies' havo a new ono every year. Hut If tbe parlor, for ho had never met Cracla men who are gathering In Chihuahua face to face. But he disguised his Invade our country, you will find that qualms by assuming a maskllko grim-nes- s as Sonorans thoso men will fight to of countenance and, when the tbo death. glorious Gracla glided out of her room "You laugh because you do not unto meet him, he only hllnkcd and etood derstand. But why should we So pat norans fight side by sldo with the A long experience as a poker player federals and rurales? Are they not was all that saved blm from betrayal, the soldiers of Diaz, who havo simply for there was something In her very changed to another master? That presence which mado his heart leap Manuel del Bey was last year hunting und bound. But be only gazed at her down Maderlstas In the hills; now he somberly, without even so much as Is fighting for Madero! And tomork DR. Ullir MILLS raising his bat. row? Who'can say?" that's about all!" "And not a word about mo?" "Yes," admitted Bud; "ho said he'd try to put up with it on account of you Back In Texas, in bis social world. She shrugged her shoulders scornIt was considered almost unmanly to fully, and Hooker perceived that she thus saluto tho ladle. So he stood was In earnest In her dlsllko of tho thero, bis big sombrero pulled down dashing captain, but prudenco warned over his mop of light hair, gazing at blm to say nothing If he would escapo her without a blink. being drawn Into tho quarrel. Perhaps It was not altogether as "No!" she went on, after an expecfriendly a scrutiny of her charming tant pause, "let tho rurales pursuo features as Gracla expected, for ho theso bandits they are hired for that remembered what she had done to his purpose! But If Orozco and Salazar pardner; but It sho sensed such a rare Join this ladron, Bernardo Bravo, and thing as disapproval from a young seek to capture our towns, then, Senor man, eho was too excited to show It Americano, you will seo real war and Her lips trembled, and sho looked bock men fighting to the death! Ab, you furtively, meanwhile drawing him Into laugh again you aro a Texan and an alcovo by tbo slightest twitch of judgo us Sonorane by the cowardly his sleeve. Chlhualtuans but It Is the truth. And Don't talk too loud," she whis I, for one," she added naively, "would pered. "My mother Is listening from be almost glad to have war. Do you the room but for tbo lovo of God, tell know why? To see If you would really me, wbero Is Phil?" defend mo!" Sho smiled, looking frankly Into his I 'don't know," answered Bud, try ing to lower bis big voice to a boudoir eyes, and Bud blushed to tho roots of softness; "ha Joined the rurales and his hair, but onco again he held his was ordered north that's all I know." peace. "Yos, yes, to be sure; but haven't "what, senor!" sho bantered; "you you heard from him?" do not speak? Surely, then, your Sho seemed to bo all Impatience to friend Do Lancey was wrong when snatch his news and fly with It, but ho said you would save mo! For look, Bud was In no such hurry. And so Mr. Hooker, I am promised to marry far was be from being a carpet knlgbt dear Phil; but bow can I manage that that he immediately raised bis voice whon Manuel del Bey Is watching mo? to Its normal bass. It was all. right It Is Impossible, Is It not?" for Pbll and bis kind to talk by signs "Seems so," muttered Bud, and In and whispers, but that was not hla the back of bis bead ho began to think style. quickly. Here was tbo tountalnbead "Not since ho went away," ho said. of bis misfortunes, and It she had her left mo a little note, then, say way she would lay all his plans in lie ruinB and oven then not marry Phil. "Saying what?" she demanded In fact, from tho light way she spoke, breathlessly. bo seneod that she did not Intend to "Well, saying that he bad enlisted marry blm. Her grudge was against to keep from being executed, and Manuel del Bey who drovo away all ing" and " was gone." 'Ah!" sho breathed, still standing close to him, "and will you do It?" I reckon so," said Bud, "If we have any trouble." "But I'm In trouble now!" she cried. I'm watched I can't get away and I'm afraid!" "Afraid of what?" be demanded. "Of html" she answered, her voice breaking; ''of Manuel del Iteyl" "What?" sho entreated, taking him beseechingly by the coat. "Well," stammered Hooker, shifting his feet and looking away, "he told me to kinder take care of you while be her lovers. "Well," ho ventured, "there's no rush, I reckon Phil's enlisted for fire years." "Ha!" she cried contemptuously; "and do you think bo will serve? No I At a word from me be will fleo to tho border and I shall join him In the United States!" "What?" demanded Bud; "Phil (To bo continued) T " drill for children to suggested 1 London as a means of stopping tbo continual fatalities In the) streets, but wouldn't "keopoth slroeU" drill for children b mora help ful. "Crosa-theHtMd- On tho steamer with them was a young Englishman named Cutis, who won Mrs. Rnlnsley's good will by pay- lug eMpeclal attention to little Tommy Ralnsley, aged four years, and in Uits way became lntlmato with the family. Cutts talked a great deal about bow to outwit customs officers. Mrs. Ralnsley placed such confidence In his meth Armenian people. ods nnd experience In smuggling that Here she acquired n knowledge of she asked him if bo had ever thought the Armenian Inugiiago' that marked of concealing small dutlnblo articles her from the beginning of her career In plaster ornaments. Cutts said that as gifted especially In linguistic fac- ho had not but thought It would be a ulty. Reside the Armenian, she speaks good way. Then he began to talk fluently Turkish. Greek, Bulgarian, about planter casts, harping on tho subFrench nnd German. ject till Mrs. Ralnsley grew suspicious. After several years' residence In tho and, her suspicions once being aroused. Armenian provinces Ills' Patrick was sho was soon suro that Cutts wss called to tho American school for girls Rradner's agent and would Inform at Constantinople, to which Institution the customs officers that they wero she has devoted more than thirty smuggling a diamond concealed In a years of untiring effort establishing plaster Image. there a standard for the education of The night before reaching port they girls that tins changed the entire at smashed the Image, and Ralnsley titude of the various races of the near to carry It In his mouth. As ho east and tlie Ideas of the Ottoman and his wife nnd children stepped government us well on this roost ltn they were Invited Into a mom. portnnt subject. From a high school. ashore all baggage was taken. where established In 1871. this American In The baggagetheir having carefully stltutlon for the higher education of amined, they wero beensearched, ex all but young women has grown under tho nothing discovered. Ralnsley had tbo able direction of Dr. Patrick Into tho stone well tucked nway far bark on strong and well equipped college, the only collego for girls In tbo Ottoman ono side of his mouth nnd gave no eviIn speech or otherwise of Its beempire. Seeing the need of such a dence college In Constantinople, which draws ing there. Ho was congratulating himself that he had got tils fortune safely to Itself people from all parts of the he entire Levant even Influencing tho through when by wns arrested on a Cutts that he had thought nnd life of Persia and Arabia chargu made Egypt and southern Russia, ns well as stolen money from lilm. Cutts declar- d that he had lost bank bills, the num tho wholo of the southeast of Europe, Miss Patrick early determined to work bers of which hu gavo. One of the for tho establishment of a permanent bills was found In llalnsley's pocket-booCutts bad put It there. Ralns educational work of high standard. Spending nil her vacations In study and ley was' taken to Jail. Mrs. Ralnsley followed her liuslianilB research work, taking courses succesto the Jail nnd went with lilm to his sively at tho universities of Heidelberg. Zurich, Leipzig, Berlin and Berne, sho ell. After he was locked lu she asked finally took the doctor's degreu from leave to kiss lilm good by. This wns tbe last named Institution, her major ranted, und the Hps of husband and work being In tho field of Greek phi wife were glued together nnd tho dia losophy, Sho lias dono notable work mond passed from tho husband's mouth in psychology also and In ethics, as to the wife's. The next day Cutts secured a private well ns In Greek literature nnd history. In 1S90 tho school over which Interview with Ralnsley, telling blm be bad for nearly ten years presided that ho was sure of conviction and was Incorporated Into n college, nnd It would be sent to state prison for a Is due to tho splendid efforts of Dr. term of years. Cutts ndmltted that he Patrick that this Institution Is now was Rradner's ngeut and for a half In established In Its beautiful new home terest lu the diamond would withdraw on tho Eumitcan shores of tho Bos- the charge against lilm. Ralnsley reporus, tbe center of Intellectual llfo for fused. Ijiter Mrs. Ralnsley called to co her husband nnd told lilm that sho tbo women of tho near east. hnd burled the diamond where no ono but herself could ever find It The Cane Umbrella. When Cutts rume again to tbe Jail rerun ps In the course of your shop ping or walking tour you have noticed Ralnsley told lilm that Mrs. Ralnsley a smart woman with n long cane. And had put the diamond where no one then perhaps you havo been surprised could . find it und after ho had - served ,. . when rain began to fall to seo the some us lenu in siuie prison for tho mart woman open the top of her cane (Tense he had not committed he and draw out nn umbrella. As If It would be rich. Tho dny before the were not enough for women to carry trial Cutts. feeling suro that ho could canes without carrying theso surpris- not get the stone by prosecuting, offer- d not to appear agalust Ralnsley If ing long staffs that turn out to bo um he would give him $1,000. Ralnsley brellas and canes combined! greed to do (Ills ns soon as he could Tbo Incroyoble costumes and fash ions have brought about the carrying sell the diamond and the next day of canes by women. And tbo really went forth a free man. Tbe diamond Is now tho property of mart woman who is In search of n American multimillionaire, and the something new chooses tbo umbrella Itiilnxlevs are rich. sheathed In a canelike case of wood. with her parents, residing during her school years nt Lyons nml there being graduated from Lyons college. Soon after her graduation she went to Turkey under apixilntmeiit received from the American board of foreign missions and tint sient jerer.nl years In the eastern part of Asia Minor, where her work was chiefly among tho Tho roost remarkable woman's col lege In tho world Is Constantinople col lege, where women from nil parts of the orient nre sent to bo grounded In tho arts and sciences of tho Occident For ty yours ago the small school which wss tbo beginning of the college was established In Constantinople, ft was a missionary enterprise, ami In those days the orient looked with suspicion on tho Occident nnd with disapproval on anything like tbe higher education of women. All this is changed, how ever. The sultan has set the seal o bis approval on the school nnd recom mends the education of Turkish young women, while from Armenia, the Rnl kati states. Greece and tho farther orl ent girls of the best families arc sent to enjoy the educational advantages of an Institution which Is as well equip ped ns tiie average American woman college. Mnny rich Americans have contributed generously for Improve' ments, the total cost of tho college buildings anil equipment being about of n million dollars. Re cently five splendid new buildings were dedicated. The head of this college Is Dr. Mary Mills I'M rick, an American, to whom ro due the high stnudanl and tho sue cess of the Institution. She was born at Canterbury. N. II. From New Eng land she removed to the state of Iowa three-quarter- s Tho history of thu Knlnsley diamond It received Its nnmo from Joseph Ralnsley, who was Its first nnd I fur n Innt tvliltn Ita unlv tiosnositnr- - ltn went to South Africa with his wlfo and two little children to mako his fortune, leased some laud and began to lie picked up hunt for diamonds. nothing but very small stones for awldlo till one day he found one of extraordinary size. It was ns big as an ncorn. Ralnsley was unwise enough to show tho stone to John Rradner, n neighbor. Indeed, ho was not suro It was a diamond until Rradner told him so. Tho next dny Ralnsley was surprised nt n vtnlt of Rradner with a counts-biwho hnd n search warrant for the diamond, Rradner having put In a claim that the stono had been found on bis land and be wns tho rightful owner. Mrs. Ralusley, taking In the situation and knowing that what thoy sought wns In tier own bureau drawer, took It when tho searching party was at another part of tho houso and dropped It In a chink between two logs of which tho houso wns built Tho diamond was not found. Joe Ralnsley and his wlfo now bad a problem before them. Tho stono was a fortune In Itself, but unless thcy4a could get It nway It would bo of no use to them. After considering many wsys they bit upon one which they IiojkhI would They determined to bo successful. leavo their home,, taking with them tbo scanty supply of household goods they H)seed. Their living room was decorated with a rough plaster bead and shoulders of a child. Mrs. Ralnsley, who had somo artistic skill, made n replica of tills and while the plaster was soft embedded tho diamond In Its center. Then she broko tho original Into fragments, which she burled In thu ground. Though Rradner and his officials know of the Rnln.sleys' departure, they made no effort to recover tho diamond. The family went to the coast whenco they sailed for America. They would have been willing to pay tho duty on tbe diamond, but feared that Rradner had sent an agent with them to attach It If they did so and to Inform the customs officers that tbey were smuggling It Into the country If they Is unique. o didn't d ... t October B, 1014. THE CITIZEN Pago Sovcn. IN THE HOME Children's Column Interesting to Children little hlnl lore Is part of every child' training nowadays. . Many will llnil some ntniiscinciil in tho following hint puzzle: What bird is used for raising heavy weights? What bird docs llto Uillor use? hat bird assists tho president? What bird is 21 shillings sterling? Whal bird formed part of Queen F.llnbclU.'s dress. What bird is used In making A THE HEALTH MASTER (Continued from Pago garbage-palls, 1.) which nro hatcheries for another varicly of fly." for I'hat's n beam in tho eye Sharp-les- s. you, Tom," said Grandma "Meantime I'll havo tho kitchen windows and doors screened at once," declared Mrs. Clyde. I'hat will help," said I)r. Strong, Vttt can "though It won't cure. gain some Idea, from Ibis matter of tho flies, how Inlricato n social problem health really is. No matt sins to himself tilone, in hygiene, mil no matt can thoroughly pro tect himself against tho misdeed) Irs true that of his neighbor. there is such a thing as individual by a sort of personal fortifying of Iho body I'll Inkc thai up somo other time but it's very Untiled. You can carry 111" fight into tho enemy s country and remove lite evil conditions mai threaten all, only by identifying yourself with your neighbors, and Mr. waging war on that basis. Clyde, do you know anything about Iho row of wooden tenements in tho adjoining nlley?" Not much, "Saddler's Shacks except that a lot of Italians live there." omo live; somo cue. ine whole settlement Is a scandal of overcrowding, dirt, and disease. I've made out a Utile local health report of tho place, for tho year. Of course, it's incomplete; but it's signillrant. Look it over." Mr. Clydo read afoud as follows:Diphtheria tl cases 2 dcatlt3 20 Measles 2 T lipoid fever 1 13 Scarlet fever self-defen- se 1 Hags? What bird is n domestic animal J What bird is a group of small VERSE Ton THIS WEEK. islands? Holy Spirit, Pence divlim What bird is n gpod friend in a SMI litis restless heart of initio; shower? Speak to calm Mils tossing sen, Whal bird is a drinking vessel? Slaved in Thy tranquility. What bird is a musical instru- S. Longfellow. To llcmovo l.illlo svrs tire often lft on the sweetheart. For lioni'i fnro after What bird is a gold coin? Irealtnuiil, every nlghl apply to ll'O What bird must wo use in eat fnro :i rolil compress keeping fl on ing nnd drinking? o llesh heroines pink, then till What bird Is a part of an organ? minoint the little spots with ointWhat bird is a Jolly good time? ment of zinc oxiile. Whal bird is n soverigu in hum ble occupation? To Polish tho Nails. What bird uses a loom? Apply with n chamois bttlTer, What bird is a favorite dish of mixture of one ounce of powdered emery anil rlntinbar, softened with the Chinese? Answers: Crane, goose, secro nlive oil. almond nil. or lint oJuen- lary, guinea, run, bunting, cat, titd oil of bitter almonds. canary, umbrella, dipper, lyre, love, Dry Hair Shampoo. agl, swallow, reed, lark, king- Mix k ounces of powdored orris IMter, weaver, rice. root with one ounce of talcum powA Parlor Obstaclo-Rac- e. der, and sprinkle freely through the I'liieo or four players may lake hair. This alxorbs the gtipcrllou part in this game; in fact, tho more oil and gives tho hair a very thick tho merrier; tho number Is limited It is es only by the size and llulTy appearance. of Iho room pecially useful to persons whose They are lined up ono yard apart is heavy and oily. It Is also hair at ono end of tho room. In the cooling and cIcauMng to the scalp center a of the room are placed number of chairs, ono for each play- Copy of Will Left by a Drunkard V anil opposite each player, so "I Leave to tho world a ruinous that the chairs aro also about a yard iparl. At tho farther end of the example. "I Leave to my parents all sorrow room are placed a corresponding number of chairs. On each of Iho possiblo lo bear. of chairs are placed a crack. "I Leave lo my brothers and sis first er and a gla of water; on each of ters sliamo and dishonor. "I Leave lo my wife a broken tho farther chairs a pair of scis sors, and tho penciled outline of a heart and a disgraced life. "I Leave to my children poverty, letter of tho alphabet. .wretchedness, ami the memory of All is now ready for tho start As Hie players are lined up a father in a drunkard's grave. "No drunkard shall inherit tho needle and thread aro given to each. At tho word "Go!" tho player 1 kingdom of heaven. Gal. 5: thread their needles. This accom What! No Hope! plished, they dash to their respec Yos No Hope in Self. tive chairs, eat tho cracker, and Hut Victory through tho Blood. "Tho blood of Jesus Christ, Ills drink the gas of water. Son clcanscth from ALL sin." 1 Ask Tather if This is True. John: In then) days of the High Cost of "Though your sins bo as scarlet Living tho following story is not they shall be as white, as snow. without a decided point. Isa. 1: Tito teacher of a primary class "Able lo save to uttermost ALL was trying to show tho children tho who come unto Him." Heb. inference between natural and manImmortality will como to such as made wonders, and was finding il aro lit for it, and bo who would be hard. a great soul in tho future musl bo "What," sho asked, "do you think a great soul now. H. W. Emerson is tho most wonderful thing a man Courage for tho great sorrows of ever inailov life and patlenno for tho small ones, A little girl, whose parents wcro anil then when you havo nccotn obviously harassed by the question plished your daily task, go to sleep of ways and means, replied as sol God is awake. Victor Hugo. emnly as tho proverbial judge: "A living for his family." SepAttainment. tember Woman's Homo Companion Tho following beautiful verses ATHLETICS AND EXERCISE. aro from tho pen of Henry Victor There are animals and birds which by per Morgan, and aro published stammission, from his special song num- seem to bo born for speed and Thought Educa- ina. Thoroughbreds break down ber of the "New but hard training and a tion," entitled "Hymns of Health upon the racocourae do Gladness." These verses should long career and not necessarily, or commonly, Injure bo sung to tunc of "Ho Lcadelh a horse or shorten Its lite. Wild ducks Me." (L. M. Key D): aro said to fly at rates of speed higher lived, Too long I in tho future than that of express trains, and tho And dreamed of things that wcro speed ot pigeons of somo rarletlca Into bo; dicates a capacity for Unlasled left Iho present good, atronuous effort that la not Injurious. Hut said, "Mine own will como to Tho North American Indians aro credtno." ited with surprising powers of ondur-anc- o Ilcfrain: In war and the chase, without, apI am content; no more I dream parently, suffering from athletic heart. Of ships that sail on distant seas Tho tamo thing Is truo ot men of othNo moro I wait with longing heart er primitive races. Apparently the to mo For whal is mine to como athlete's Inability to withstand tho Unvoiled at last my holden eyes, add test of strenuous effort In comI saw tho present glory shine, petition Is duo to his being ot a rnco And knew tho universe was filled too long unaccustomod to the necesWith good that was already mine sity for sustained physical effort that Sinco that glad hour I sail sercno was aa much a part ot the llto ot a On what beforo was troubled sea, savago as It la ot the Ufo ot a wild Anil Mess each wind, howo'er il duck. Theoretically tho tendoncy to blows, athletic heart might bo overcomo by Sinco it but brings mlno own to athletes, but Inasmuch as there Is no mo. possibility ot widespread Interest In And is this faith? I do not know. athletics, save tho lntorest of the specI know it smoothes life's troubled tator, athlotes In clvllUed countries way. will continue to pay the penalty for And brings all things for which I overstrain, while persons who merely sighed exorclso will promoto their health. Within tho kingdom of today. No Rush of Volunttsrs. Polish. Tho teacher was seating pupils alpha"You Inivo n' bright look, my boy," betically. until flu. vlnltnr ut tlu school. "All thoso whoso last immca begin 'Y.. sir." refilled tho cnmlld youth with tho letter A please como forTiiafH beriiuHo I forgot to rluso the ward." snld sho. soap oft my fuco good. When theno wcro assljjned their places she Buld, "Thoso with tho letter Qlulna Hr Awl). 11," anil so on through tbo nlphabet. TTnpio wo wout you to clvo the All went well until sho unwittingly llirlilit il WHY." said, "All tho J's may como this way." t. "Vorw wpII. I'll BIUIOUUCO tO Hie Not even the teachcrcould refrolu pUliered uwn'iiibly that she's thirty from lauglitcr when every J remained 11 10-2-7. 7-Jvo."-Ilon- Scan, mont? Whal bird is most favored by mitlco shall bo that of school conditions. Hobs, water is your clement. As Woler Commissioner you must keep walclt on tltfl city reports. I'll sco that they aro sent you regular ly; and the typhoid records." "You haven I left aything for me," protested Chnrley. "Haven't II otrvo gol ono of tho biggest of all Jobs, air. If tho windows aren't properly wide when tho house Is asleep, I want to know it from you, and you'll havo to .get up early to Hud out. If Iho Street Cleaning Department sweeps the nir full of dust because it's too la.y to wash down llto roadway first, we'll mako a committee report to the Mayor." licit fun, alias Tools, nlias Twinkles, alias the Cherub, trotted over and laid two plump bauds on the doctor's knee. "Ain't you goin' lo bo anyflng in tho play?" she asked. "I?" said Dr. Strong. "Of course, Toots. Every real association has to havo ofllcers and membership, you know. I'm the Member." TO YOUNG SIXDOORS FOR ASPIRJNQ YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Berea's Vocational Schools Training that adds to your money-earnin- g power, combined wit general education. FOIl YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing;, Comraer-cia- l. FOR YOUNG CADIES Horns Science, Dressmaking Cooking. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with com vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, ws can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Coarse For thoso who aro not expecting lo teach and who are not going thru . College, but desire more general education. This is Just the thing forv thoso preparing for med cal studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives the best general education for thoso who wish a good start in study and expect to carry Hon Dy themselves. tou i ruuBcriyu In tho background. Judge. MEN WHO LIKE TOOLS To any young man who wants to become a skillful carpenter in a short time I wish to say Tbo Two Years Course in Carpentry at Ucrca College offers you tho very best chnncQ for rapid advancement. All tho surroundings are encouraging. Tho instructions and demonstrations are given to each boy by himself and are very likely to make you feel that the instructors havo a very friendly interest in your rapid prog ress and real advancement from day to day. The lools aro of superior quality and arc kept in good order by the constant and kindly assis Whooping-coug- h tance of the leachcr and advanced 3 20 students prompted by the teacher, Aculo intestinal to assist you in acquiring skill in 15 10 trouble 1 sharpening tools properly. 10 Influenza 1 The classes arc nol too large. The .... 0 Tuberculosis shop is up to date, well furnished, i 0 Pneumonia "What do you think of il?" asked well lighted, well ventilated, mid in cool weather, well wanned by steam. Dr. Strong. The Instruction Costs You Nothing "It's a bad showing, "It's a bad showing and a bad The supply of good lumber for property. Why don't you buy it? class exercises is abundant, and costs Tbo "Who? I? Are you advising me you nothing. to buy a job-lof diseases? qucr machinery is of Iho very best kind and each machine is in charge of an ied Mr. Clyde. "Well as a protective invest experienced operator. A course in tiient. We'd bo safer hero if those mechanical drawing goes along hand in band with the carpenter tenements were run differently." "Hut wo aren't in totich with them work and in this important course at all. They aro around tho corner a generous supply of fine drawing paper and tho use of good drawing on another block." ' "Nevertheless, visitors pass daily instruments are furnished by Berea between your bouse and Saddler's College free of charge. Many schools aro run to make Ono of the young men Shacks. from (hero delivers bread, often money or for some. selfish or polit witlt his bare and probably filthy ical purpose. Hut.Herea College lias hands. Two of the women peddle no such purposes or motives. Be fruit about the neighborhood. What rea Collego is run for the solo and Saddler's Shacks get in the way of evident purpose of doing yon ami disease, you may easily get by oilier young peoplo of tho mountain transmission from them. Further, region the greatest possible good in way. tho sanitary arrangements of the an shacks are primitive, not to say pre If you will come lo Berea wo will historic, and incidentally, illegal. teach you Carpentry so acceptably They arc within tbo area of lly- - that you will be sure to bo interesttravel from here, so both tho human ed in the many other good things and tbo winged disease-beare- rs in store for you here. havo tho best possiblo opportunity There is at Berea Collego a force to pick up infection in its worst of skillful carpenters constantly at form work upon repairs, alterations and "Ugh!" said Mrs. Sbarpless. "I'll new buildings upon tho college never eat with a ily again as long grounds. as I live I Just as soon as a young carpenter "Wouldn't it bo n simplo matter student can use tools well enough to havo tho Ditreau of Health con to make himself useful in doing the demn the property " asked Mr, simplest carpenter work bo has Clyde. chance to do such work a few hours "It would not." Dr. Strong spoko a day and for fair pay per hour. AnQ with curt emphasis. this practice work is dono in the Certain features, you said, are company of good workmen who take illegal." a kindly interest in his progress "Hut pull is still stronger than Tho two years course in Carpentry at Berea Collego is just as good for law in this city." "Who owns Saddler's Shacks? future architects, machinists, dec asked Grandma Sbarpless, going trieians, inspectors, superintendents with characteristic directness to and manufacturers as for journey (lie point. men carpenters. Como to Berea and wo will make "Mrs. Carson Searle." "Why, then, it's all right," as. you feel glad that you came, Yours faithfully, sorted Mrs. Clyde. "I know Mrs, Alfred E. Gladding, Searlo very well. Sbo's a leader in Of Director of Mechanical Instruction, church and charitablo work. Berea, College. course, sho doesn't know about the condition of tbo property." "Sho knows enough about it," re the toiled Dr. Strong grimly, "lo go to Dry reservoirs or assumed Inengitho Mayor over tho Health Odlcer's popular mind to bo a novelty In bead, and put a stop to Dr. Merrill's neering, and even engineers generally order for tho premises to bo cleaned aro not aware thafthoy dato back at up at tbo owner's expense. Sho least 200 years. Two basins ot this wants her profits undisturbed. And tmo woro built In Franco In 1711. now, beforo tho conference breaks Thoy do not conform to tho conven reservoir, which reupi I proposp that wo organize tbo Uonal Idea of a quires that tbo valley be closed by an Household 1'rotectivo Association." Hoc- "Oh, can wo children belong?" unbroken dam, says Engineering ord. The Impounding structures on cried Julia merely nar "Of course There aro offices and tho Loire and Upper Loire flow Clyde row tbo stream and restrict the Mr. honors enough for all. to tho capacity ot tho channel below. shall bo president; Mrs. Sbarpless, way they bold back the peaks and secretary; Mrs. In this ot tho floods. In principle they do not Clyde, treasurer, and each ono of differ from tho dry reservoirs protho rest of you shall havo a composed on the Great Miami river in mittee. Katie, I appoint you chairOhio to prevent a recurrence of the man of tho Committco on Food, and disastrous floods ot last year. if any moro flics get into your kitchen, you can report 'em to tho Committee on Flics, Miss Iictliua Dancing, according to a physical In Clyde, chairman; motto, Thwat that structor, Is the best ot exercise. llyl' Manny, you like to go to tho may b so, but that ts not the reason w farm; you get tho Committco on so many Indulge In It Junkum, your com- Milk Supply. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect to touch. Courses are so arranged that young pcqpio can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keop right on in their course of stndy. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door This Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Is tho straight road to Collego best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hiftory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department. r 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered This is tho crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING- STUDENTS. Berea College with Its affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g institution. It requires certain wood-worki- ng ot fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest coat, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn nnd save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect tho character and reputation of the young people. Our students com from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be siclc the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except thoso with parents in Berea live in Colleie buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuaUa training, and getting pay according to the vt,uo of their labor. Extpt i winter it ii expected that all will have a chance to tarn a part of expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to tecure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, tte, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is Mm best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, vara 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. The Coll.-gasks no rest for the fine buildings in which stulents live, charging only enough rooa rent lo pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, nnd washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without eoffeo or extras, $i .35 a week, in the fall, and $1.50 in winter for furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," aa goarantes for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and U returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for cars of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fas for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 ami $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rtnt by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM tV e Incidental Fee Room Board 7 weeks VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL Amount duo Sept. 1C, 1914... Board 7 weeks, due Nov. , 1914 Total for term Incidental Fee Room $ 5.00 560 9.45 $20.05 OOLLSSB $ 0.60 7.00 $ 1M 7.00 Ml $29.50 $ 5.00 6.00 9.00 $30.90 9.00 $29.00 9.45 $22.45 9.46 $31.90 9 .if $t&43 9.4 $MJt $ WINTER TERM Board 6 weeks $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 749 7J 9.M Amount due Jan. 6, 1915 Board 6 weeks due Feb. 17, Total for terra 1011 $249 $ZIM tJ9 'This laundry. does not include the dollar deposit nor money for bosks or Special Expenses Fall Business. Winttr $12.00 12.00 6.00 Spring $10.09 19.90 1.09 Stenography and Typewriting.... $14.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 14.00 Bookkeeping (regular course).... 7.00 Business course studies for students in other departments: 10.60 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 7.00 of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. TtUl lMt - - 9.00 .0O 7.69 5.19 S7.M 1LM vice-presid- 1.69 Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.19 $. 1.89 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $1J.00 per term. d young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea if there is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and hav a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste tins la tka public schools going over and over the same things, when they tdgki Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In en new stadias with some of the best young men and women from other counties ad states. Applicants must brine or send a testimonial showing that they are above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or mlgti. bor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, Fall Term opened September 10, 1914. Hurry up I For information or friendly advloe writs to lbs fsssrsiarjr, able-bodie- MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. V Pago Eight. THE CITIZEN in good condition nnd they arc to bo complimented for (heir splendid work, Dr. William Martin lectured in sovernl places over the rounly last week on fruit growing, agriculture, care and hygiene of children. POWELL COUNTY Clay City Oolobor 8, 1014. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else ii art tor Mfctfaa, tat itIIiii W4 UU, Witt rtaMf quite a lot to mako yet. W. H. Harrison past through hero Dakor going to Lexington. returned from Panola last Sunday. Datha Mrs. Curk Tharp who tins been ill Datha, Oct. 1. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bom to Mr. nnd Mrs. Isaac Lang-Wall- er and Elsie Taylor have recently over for some time is slowly improving. Ed. Bowlin are nil smiles agents for I he Riverside Battermans look a load of Mrs. Jim Powell is very poorly. the arrival of an eleven pound girl. Mr. Tom Todd is doing good work Her name is Henlgc Tell Mr. and molasses to Lexington and sold it Woolen Mills or Tennessee. Vinwith his saw mill hut he is going Mrs. Hacker Tnliol attended Man- at n good price. G. V. Battermans cent, son of Dock Harris has recentto stop for about two weeks. chester Court Thursday nnd Friday. has made over two hundred gal- ly been employed by J. C. BrandSpeedwell Picking beans and canning toma- lons of molasses this fall and has enburg to do some concrete work Speedwell, Got. I. The farmers toes are all the go in Jackson, Mr. don. a lino boy Mr. Jerry York in his yard. Cow Creek are very busy cutting their corn Theodore Banda past through Fri- traded a lino saddle mare and a lllly Cow Creek, Ocl. I. Foddering nnd and tobacco. A number from here day with his camera, taking pic- to Garrard Ingram for n wagon and making molasses is the order of the attended the home corning at Flat tures. He did work for Mrs. Manda team. Gray Hawk. day. Tho corn crop is belter than Woods, Sunday. Mr. James Gentry Hacker and her two girls. Mr. and Gray Hawk, Oct. I. Wheat and was expected. The Jeachers assois having his barn made larger for Mrs. Charles Robertson arc the haphousing his tobacco. Mr. William py parents of a seven and one half rye sowing, pea picking, corn cut- ciation at Cow Creek was a success. Todd has had a new well dug and pound girl. Her name is Alma May. ting, nnd sorghum making are the ."Several from here attended the J. L. Gabbard the results were splendid sulphur The fanners arc not expecting go. Most everybody is interested fair at Buckhoru. water. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dan to get much for their tobacco on in raising cow peas and rye. Mr. took llrst prize on n colt and Rev. GARRARD COUNTY. Hendricks a line boy. We are hav- account of the war. Mrs. Manda Mr. W. R. Engle is plowing up his Ike Gabbard second prize. The Cow Paint Lick every Sunday at Hacker is very poorly at this lime. meadow in order to sow It in rye. Creek ball team played Lower Bufing Sunday school Paint Lick, Ocl. Jim llarne President Wilson's proclamation falo Saturday at Cow Creek, winCome. Good wishes Vinoy Fork. Miss Clara Todd attended the Ann-vil- le was observed at Grayhawk. A numb- ning by a score of fourteen to thir- Itnl.toii is in Louisville taking a busCitizen. to The association Friday, Saturday iness course. Miss Mattie Woods is Blue Lick and Sunday. Mrs. Manda Hacker er of people gathered at the Dutch teen. Rev. George Watson filled his attending school at Madison InstiBlue Lick, Oct. 5th. Everybody has canned two hundred and one Reform church for prayer. The regular appointment nt Esau Sunhave day. Tho funeral of Aunt Sallie tute, Richmond. The High School seems to he very busy cutting corn quarts of fruit ami expects to can well driller, from London been drilling a well at the hospital. Reynolds was preached at the mouth in Paint Lick gave a box supper and housing tobacco. The revival thirty-thre- e next week. more at Clays closed Friday night with Mrs. Manda Hill and her daughter 'I hey wi nl down 215 feel before of Cow Creek last Sunday by Rev. Friday night. The children brought dolcandy. They made twenly-nin- o nineteen additions. The sermons of Lcota have gone to Island City, they found water. Mr. L. J. Robin- Rainey. lars. The proceeds will be used to Rev. Walker were very' forcible also where they will make their home. son who has been at the hospital at. Blake Blake, Oct. 1. Farmers are busy buy supplies for the sehoolA pie the singing of Miss Fclton did much Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hacker are Grayhawk is able to go home. He supper was .given at the Walker for the- meeting. Mr. W. J. Tins-da- le selling out their stock and prop- has been under the care of Miss Lil-l- ie saving fodder and sowing wheat. Whites erty to go to Oxford, Ohio, where Moore who is a line nurse. Hur- Apple cuttings and bean hullings school Saturday night. Boxes of and E. F. Harris are at rah for The Citizen nnd its bun-- ; are all the go in these parts. Mo- candy wero also sold and n center Station helping Mr. Case in his to- they intend to make their home. piece. The proceeds being $25 which bacco. The Blue Lick base ball The fourteen months old boy of Mr. dreds of readers. lasses making has hetnin in this will be used to buy maps, etc team met defeat by the Whites Sta- nnd Mrs. E. Mosley passed away Misses Evu nnd Maggie Scott of tion team Saturday afternoon by an the 17th. The Tarley Creek S. S. Lowell have gone lo Danville where overwhelming score of eleven to is progressing nicply with many in they are employed in a dressmakthree. The next game will bo play- attendance. Mr. John Carpenter YOUR DUTY TO THE STATE ing school. There will ben box suped Oct. 17th at Blue Lick. Miss left for Oxford, Ohio, where lie inper at the Stony Poin't school, OcTis not enough to sit at home and say: Florence. Mitohell is on the sick list tends to work a while. "The thing is rotten;" tober 10th. at this writing. Mr. Carlos Jackson It is because by men like you Tyner LETCHER COUNTY it at Kingston working in tobacco. Tyner, Oct. 3. Farmers are all Their duty lo the stnte Whitesburg Is oft neglected and forgotten. The serial story "The Land of busy saving fodder and sowing That power is vested in a selllsh few. Whitesburg, Oct. 5. Dr. I. A. Broken Promises" gets better with wheat. Mr. Roy Moore has gono to Do not presume to criticise or blame; , Shirley, the specialist, mid two aseach issue. Your own indifference Louisville where ho has secured Kingston. sistants arrived here last Tuesday Is still greater cause for shame, employment. Born to Mr. and Mrs. and have been carrying on a camTo say you have no timo Kingston, Sept. 28. Rev. Dunni-ga- n Georgo Miller a girl. W. K. Jones Is hollow subterfuge. paign for the treatment and elimihas been conducting a revival purchased a farm near Richmond You know full well nation of hookworm. About 25 per meeting at the Hall. Mrs. Stivers thirty-tw- o That if you would, you could. of two hundred and rent of the people are affected. has moved to Richmond. Miss Eva But it is easier to shirk. acres and wants to move next year. The Mountain Eagle, which has Lewis, who is a student at the And let the others do the work, R. R. Reynolds sold a bunch of ' While you complain. been published for the last seven Normal school, was visiting her par- yearling steers for eight cents per Grumbling alone years at Whitesburg by N. M. Webb ents from Saturday till Monday. Will never win reforms, pound. is now being edited by F.min Elam. Kingston, Oct. 5. Mr. J. E. PowOr right men's wrongs. Eglon Tho coal Held of Letcher county ell is having his silo filled. Mr. TuTis those who back their protests Eslon. Oct. 1st. The Rev. II. With their deeds, is in constant operation many of dor and parents of Richmond have Smith of Horse Lick filled his reguAnd with their efforts the mines using night shift. The moved into the property vacated by Parallel their prayers, appointment at Pine Grovo SatOld Fiddlers' contest will be at the Mrs. Ella Stivers. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. lar Who give the nation the relief urday night and Sunday. Old Aunt courthouse on October 17. TwenNinburn have located in Lexington. Don't be a simple knocked not expected to live. Be a man! To every duly true. ty dollars in gold goes lo the best Miss Ora Flannery, who has been Susan Lake is is very badly paralyzed. It is Declare yourself! Then take a stand fiddler. Last Monday evening Lilt visiting friends in the northern She With those who light to free the land Jenkins, twelve-year-opart of the state, returned home reported that W. F. Rose is very son of Wi From the grasp of the pirate crew; is not known. ley W. Jenkins, proprietor of the last week. The Masons are having poorly but his trouble Who. but. for your neglect, and mine. Mr. Jack Carpenter, who has been Would ne'er have been allowed to climb Kentucky Hotel, fell from a height the Hall repaired this week while health, And seize-th- o reins of power. of about twenty feel at the hold. school is not in session. Mr. and away for some time for his Knickerbocker Press, Albany, N. Y. One of his arms was badly broken Mrs. B. J. Peters are all smiles over returned some better. The little besides beiipr otherwise seriously the arrival of a baby. Supt. Brock laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Grif present. Tho njured. It is thought that he can visited the school here last week. fin is very low at school at Pine Grovo is progressing not live. Walnut Meadow nicely with Mr. Robert Akmen as neighborhood. Several of the young BREATHITT COUNTY Walnut Meadow, Oct. 5. Quite a teacher. Mr. Ernest Hammond has ESTILL COUNTY. folks from around Blake attended orowd from this vicinity went on sold his farm and gone into the tio Pryse Lambric Indian Fort and the Pinnacle last business. Pryso, Oct., ti. Rev. Robert Dur- Lamhric, Sept. 30. S. II. Manns the Association at Annvillo last week Monday. Rov. W. L. Rowletl filled of Salyersville is hero on business and reported a nice time. William hiu, of Rice Station tilled his regu Nathanton N'celey gave tho young folks an apple lar appointment the llrnt Sumlav Bro. Childers' appointment at Silis'athanton, Sept. 29. Quite a this week. James Blantcry is m cutting and got quite a lot of work ver Creek church Sunday. Revival A goodly number came out and Knott County buying cattle for the services at Silver Creek closed with number from this neighborhood at next court day. Jerry Carpenter done. A wagon load of people from think we shnll be able to organizo tended tho Baptist Association at eight conversions. Mr. Charlie Anof this place attended the funeral this place attended a funeral on Cow a church hereby llrst Sunday in No Annvillo last week. Bertha derson sold a line mare for $200. Creek last Sunday, conducted by tho Sunday School is be returned from a visit with of Sanford Croft in Magollln County Revs. Gabbard. Hardin Peters who vcmber. Our Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Moore have ing discontinued on account of not Sunday. Tho last Saturday and friends and Relatives at McKee. their new house completed and will people of this vicinity are all get- has been in Ohio for a year return having stillleicnt ofllcers. Horn to be old folks at homo to their Mrs. Beverly Burns and daughter, ting ready for court which begins ed home. Success to all Citizen Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Est us a Hue girl friends. Rev. Peel preached at Martha, returned last week from a Monday. Rev. M. D. Stacy and wife readers. Sept. 27th. Her nainu is Helen. High Point school house Saturday visit with relatives at Hamilton, O. Mrs. Sam Everett, of Kansas City, are in Knott County attending tho LEE COUNTY Sand Gap night. Mrs. Serena Ogg and others has returned home after an extendfuneral of Mrs. Stacy's father. Sand Gap, Oct. 5th. People are Beattyville of this place gave Mama Todd a sur ed visit with relatives and friends Tho people in this vicinity are about prise birthday dinner it being her busy making sorghum to sweeten through saving their fodder. Beattyville, Oct. 1. Monday was Irving seventy-fift- h birthday. Several their liquor. Mr. Kylus, Post ofllco county court day and quite a number Irving, Oct 1. Quito a few of our OWSLEY COUNTY friends and neighbors around her inspector, made a final call here last were in from tho country. Drs. II. C, good fanners are cutting their cor Wednesday. Mrs. Henry Cook and home were present. Sulphur Springs and Leonard Tallaga were in town Sunday School is progressing son, J. S. Cook, attended tho Baptist Sulphur Springs, Oct. 3. James Monday attending court. Dr. Stcelo nicely at Witt scltool house. Wallaceton Association at Annville. S. B, S. Brandenburg is having quite a ami his attendants have begun n Wallaceton, Oct. S. Mr. and Mrs. Fftchburg. Edwin Smith and children of Mans Chrisman, Shellio Harrison and lot of repairing done on his houses. hook worm campaign through this Fitehburg, Oct. u. Drilling wells Leonard Clemmons attended court Held, III., are visiting their parents Most everybody is in a rush to get county which will last ten days and making sorghum seem to bo Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker. A at Richmond Monday. Mrs. Slier Uiru foddering. Rev. Kirk is ex- or more. They completed a cam man Clemmons, who has been very pected lo preach at the M. E. church paign in Owsley County in which the go here, Mr. John Nowkirk is protracted meeting closed last Fri gelling along nicely with his singday at tho Baptist church with two low is able to be out again. Broth SundavTho per Leo County S. S. they found about forty-eig- ht er Henry Lewis filled his appoint--' Convention will meet at the Lower cent infected with hook worm. Mr. ing school.. Mrs. Lena Tipton and additions conducted by the Rev. sister of Millers Creek visited their Elas of Paint Lick. Mr. Mose But- ment at this placo Saturday and Buffalo school bouse the 10th and Robert Jameson and Miss Beatrice uncle Mr. II. C. Stewart of this chers bought a house and lot of Mr. Sunday. The .meeting was well at 1 tli of this month. Several from Eager were united in marriage hero place, Monday. Mrs. of Garr.ctt tended. Supt. J. J. Davis visited tho hero went to the Teachers' Associa- on last Wednesday, after which they Henry Botkins for $800 and is build near Lexington, Ky., is spending a ing a storo hoiibc on the lot. This school here last Tuesday. Dr. W, tion on Cow Creek last Saturday. left for a short visit to Loui,sville few days at Furnace, looking after next week is institute week in Mad M. Martin of Richmond will speak Ed Moore and Richard Mays left this Wo wish them many days of joy and her apple orchard. Miss Jessio ison county. Corn cutting Sunday and here on tho titli, insl. Everybody week to attend school at Windiest peace. The Leo County Wiernian who has been visiting her er. Bradley Moore, who has been School Convention will bo held dt wheat sowing is all the go here.- come and hear a good speaker. sister at Indianapolis, Ind., has reAnnville Mrs. Emily Kidd fell whilo going working nt Winchester has relumed Lower Buffalo school house October turned home. Annville, Oct. 3rd. Miss Pearl homo. Thurman Brandenburg down in her cellar with a crock and is 10th and 11th. The Sunday School ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Medlock has gono to Berea to at preparing to build a large tobacco workers are supposed to attend broke it and cut her hand badly Boone. Mr. C. H. Baker sold a good milch tend school. Tho largest crowd barn to hold his large crop raised Tho road agents in the various pro Hoone, Oct. 5. The weather is cow to Wils Rogers Saturday for that was ever known to bo in Ann this year. Amanda Brandenburg ducts the last month got tho roads ville attended the Baptist Associa warm and dry and people are busy lion last Friday and Saturday. Mr. taking care of fodder. Mr. II. P. JACKSON COUNTY Loyd Begley will soon bo ready to Illair returned homo last week from Clover Bottom move into his new dwelling. The Harlan County. Mr. O. L. Wren is If you want a Galvanized Roof that does Clover Bottom, Oct. 4. A. C. Bick-ne- ll largo mill is now being erected and taking Hi head of fine cuttle to returned last night from Ohio, the railroad company's planing ma- not have to be painted be sure and get Richmond. Sunday School Is proho has been at work for some chlno is now ready for oporation where gressing tine. Attendanco is good. the right kind of Galvanized Roofing. time. H. Dean has been suffering Very much work is going on hero at Mr. P. II. Illair and his father K. with a severe pain in his leg for tho present. Tho infant of Mrs. Mary C. Illair are goliu,' to Harlan County Our Material and Workmanship arc past four weeks. Death visited tho Conrad died last Saturday. Tho re to buy a car load of calves and homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Young on tho mains were laid to rest in tho York Guaranteed. young cattle. A protracted meetnight of the 3rd, taking from them (graveyard. N. 1). Ison of Berea has ing will begin at Falrview church a little child lutein months old. bought a lot near hero from F. Cor noxt Sunday. Everybody is corHENRY LENGFELLNER who had an attack of croup and nelius. There was a K. P. Lodgo dially invited to attend. tyr. A. D. ThmImp cm Jftdcaaa Street, Ky. Pkoae 7 or 187 died in a few hours. Miss Susie organized at tho Masonic Hall. Sept. Lovett moved to Snider last week 19th, by u lodgo from Ii Bernstadt. Hurst is very sick at this writing. where ho will spend tho winlor. MADISON COUNTY Coyle rs. Eldin Coyle, Oct. lr-Mto-d- ay -bo-co- Don't say" Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zaring's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. Clay City, Ocl. 2.A. T. Whllt, cashier of bank, I' unable lo attend lo business on account of a bono felon on his thumb. Miss Adelino Hazelbrlgg, who leaches Grey's Branch school, is at home this week. Her sister, Josephine, Is teaching in her place. Miss Kale Whaley is visiting relatives in Knoxvillo thif. week, Dr. Martin reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Connelly. Mrs. Carrie Groves left Saturday for Falmouth, where she will make her home. Protruded meetings begun Sunday at (he Christian Church. Let every one attend and have a good itieellug.- - Many people from here have been attending the meeting at Powells Valley Church this last week. Mr. C. Sliiinfassel, who has been very low is now able lo atleuil lo business again. ii :: K, si s More Economical 5,--- Both in Use and Cost CALUMET BAKING POWDER - And it does better work. Simply follow your cuss tomary method of preparation mhl a little less of Calumet than when using ordinary haking powder. Then walch Light, iluflyviiul evenly raised the baking comes from I he oven more tempting, tastier, more wholesome. the result. Calumet insures the linking of mi expert. your grocer todnyj. Ask Received I Highest Awards WWtl't twn Fod EipoiU lioi, CUcifo, am iniwit. Pirii Eipeti. twa. .Mutt, rrtac. 1912. ld UUt I WlkiW. hibhri. H It'll Cil b br rt.r la mmt A u4 ii ii Hol-co- What They Say. The expired subscribers say "Wo hate so much to miss a single copy week of Tho Citizen; send last paper. With best wishes, we respectfully." "We hardly think we could do without Thu Citizen, Send it another year." "Can't do without The Citizen. I wish you continued success in helping mountain conditions." arc-your- CINCINNATI MARKETS Corn No. 1 white SOW081c, No. 1 while SOBSOHc. No. 3 white 794080c, 79c, No. 1 yellow No. 4 white No. 77W07Sc, No. 2 yellow 3 yellow 76V4 0 77c. No. 4 yellow 76CI 7CV4c. No. 1 mixed 77H 078c. No. V mixed 77077&C. No. 3 mixed 7C& 77c, No. 4 mixed 7fif7tV4c, white eat 78(8tc, jellow ear 7Ufj81c, mixed eat 780 7777c, 78 f 80c. 1 .. white 4747?4c, No. 2 mixed No. 3 mixed 46V4r47&c, No. 4 mixed 404l!Hc. Wheat No. 2 red il,0(irl.074. Na 3 red 1.01 & 1.05, No. 4 red 99cr1.03. Kkks Prime firsts 24c, firsts 23c, ordinary firsts 20c, seconds 18c. Poultry Hens, 4',4 lbs and over, 15c: under 4l lbs. 14c: roosteru. 10c; springers, H lt mid over, uttc; uiiUBr ivt id, ioc; young spring ducks, 4 lbs nnd over, 14c; spring ducks over 3 lbs, 13c; ducks, white, under 3 lbs, 12c; colored, 11c; young turkeys, 5 lbs and over, turkeys, touiB, 17c; turkeys, 9 lbs and over, 17c; cull turkeys, 8c. Cattle Shippers 17,2508.15, extra 18.2508.75; butcher steers, extra $7,50 & 7.85; good to cholco 16.75Jf7,35, com. mon to fair $5.2500.50; heifers, extra $7.50W7.85, good to choice $6.2507.25, common to fair $4.5O0U; cows, extra $6.1006,25, good to choice $5.2506, common to (air $3.2505. i Hulls HoloKua $5.7506.25. extra $6.3506.40, fat bulls $6.4006.75. Calves Extra $11.50, (air to good $8011.25, common and large $5,500 No. 4 Hay No. 1 timothy lt8.C0. No. 1 timothy 11G.50, No. 3 timothy flS, No. 1 clover mixed 1 17.50, No. 2 clorei mixed $ir.r0f(lC, No. 1 clover UMt 1G.&0, No. 2 clover 14frl4.M. Onu No. 2 white i'Jil VJc. atand ard 484ff49c, No. 3 white 48fp48',ic 47tt6 4Sc, ldc; U.MU. I logs Packers and butchers higher; light shippers and pigs Dueep axira idwo.io, good cholco $4.6005, common to (air 10 bra, 4.50. I Lambs Kitra $8.35, good to choVs $808.25, common to (air $607.75, culs $505.75. Berea Trained Teachers Satisfy Parents and Pupils r