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WERTEW1ERGER, Minimi Editor F.O.nOWM AN, AUl.nl Mnir Kntertit at the pott aglet at tlrrta, rln K'y., nt treond Devoted to the Interests of tibie 3oxritan. People Onls a Copy. JWUKA. The Citizen MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, OCTOnF.H in. 1011. Knowlodgo Is power and the wny to keep up with modern knowlodgo Is lo read a good newspaper. Vol. XVI. I'ive Orio Dollar a Year. No. 10. For United States Senator Augustus E. WilUon Kentucky elects a Uuited States Senator this year, HecUham, and the choice will lie between or or IN OUR OWN STATE UNITED STATES NEWS Pueblos Restored or two of red men have been at San Diego for two or three mouths building the pueblos and tho adobe houses, nnd making suro that in the smallest details tho viv id resemblance lo real Southwest Indian life is carried out. On the Desert nil through (be year the red men will bo weaving thoir rugs and hjankels, shaping their pottery, and pounding otit metal ornaments as they and their ancestors have done for centuries Each night in the klvns will bo performed the ceremonial riles of tho various tribes represented on the Desert. San Diego Exposition Grounds 'i he grounds occupy a tolal spico acres, although tho Exp'di lion has. also improved tho grounds across the canyon which more properly are considered as a sec (Ion of (lie 1,100 acre Balboa Park In reality a considerable part of Ibis extra acreage can bo consider ed as Exposition property. Another Great Evangelist. Another great evangelist, Hcv Robert E. Johnson, familiarly called Hob Johnson, has just closed an evangelistic meeting at Mount Union, Pennsylvania, with over eleven hundred converts. His next ap poinlment is at Royersford. A "Barrel" for Woman Suffragist Mrs. Frank Leslie, widow of tho publisher, leaves a million dollars io be used in advancing the cause of woman suffrage. A number of rich people have been making largo gifts, which have been used for sometime in influencing the press of the country and advancing Iho causo of political meth ods. A Negro City Holey, Oklahoma is the largest Negro city in the United "Stales. It is surrounded by somo of the rich est land in the world and has in its neighborhood most valuablo mines of cwil and wells of oil. Holey was founded in 191 i by Thomas M. Haynes of Texas, in tho rolling prairie laud on the Fort Smith and Western Railroad bo tween Deep Fork, and North Cana dian Rivers, and Is in the heart of a vast region capable of producing such diversified crops as com wheat, cotton, potatoes, alfalfa, ap ples, peaches, grapes, berries, and the common garden vegetables. 'Ibis Negro town is "making good." Today it has over eigldy business concerns, an electric lighting plant, efficient water works, two banks, several attractive churches, a high school worth over Stn.OOO, a normal and industrial school supported by the C. M. E. Church, flourishing fraternal orders, a Masonic temple of tho Oklaho ma Jurisdiction worth $35,000, a tel ephono system, several cotton gins, a chamber of commerce, a city hall, a Ntgro station agent, and a Negro mayor. Senator Burton's Victory. Senator Burton of Ohio with tho help of other able senators has sue ceeded in defeating the great "pork barrel" bill called Rivers and Har bors. It has been tho way of the grafting politician to securo an ap propriation from tho Government for tho improvement of rivers and harbors that arc of small value simp ly In order lo have the money spent in their various districts. Senator Hiirton has long been a lighter against tills robbing, and this year scores a notable success. Instead of spending upward of a hundred mil lion dollars tho Government will spend only twenty million, and this in places where Iho oountry as a whole will receive real benellt. A dozen or-Gup-to-d- OSTEND NEXT ON KING FERDINAND First Republican dun. campaign for The republican United Stales senator and members of congress was opened in Berea by an address by Hon. F.duin P. Mir-ro- w of Somerset. The news came loo late to bo given in the Citizen last week' and the night was stormy hut more than two hundred voters were in attendance, and heard a thoroughly good speech. Professor Dodge presided. Mr. Morrow earnc from Hlchniond in an auto with Captain Short and Chairman Hlack. The speaker devoted himself mainly lo the lliiaucinl troubles of the country brought about by democratic administration, confining his figures lo conditions as they existed before tho outbreak of the European war. During the lust year of republican rule, business failures In the United Stales were one hundred and eight million; during the first year of democratic rule, one h'"'-tlre- d and eighty-liv- e million; during the last year of republican rule there were seventy thousand idle freight cars; during the first year of democratic ruio there were two luui(lr;il and twenty thousand; during the last year of republican rule there were practically no men unemployed; during the first year of democratio rule there were more than a million men out of their jobs. Tho Government lias lost twcnly-nin- o million dollars by putting wool on the free list, and no man has yet bought any woolen garment for a cent less than the old prices. Ho also reminded his hearers that tho democrats are not in majority in this country. Tho voles again3t the democratic party in 1012 were l,.'W0,9tl more than those for it. Mr. Morrow Is to speak throughout eastern Kentucky this week and next. Willson for Senator Augustus K. Willson is to lie the next United States Senator from Kentucky, He has been (Continued on Roumanla's Crown Prince Succeeds to the Throne. Willson, Republican. Democrat, and Uy all that is fair and for the interests of the Commonwealth Willson should he elected. Our State was so jerrymandered by Mr. Goebcl that according to his own words it will be impossible to elect a Republican legislature, no matter how great the majority of Republicans in the State may be. The congressional districts are so laid out as to cheat the Republicans of their proper representatives in the lower house of conpress. The I Inited States Senators, however, are now elected the vote of the entire State, and we can elect a senator by just as we elect a governor, whenever there is a free ballot and a fair count and a full turnout of those who are opposed to democratic rule. And there is every reason why Republicans should stand fbr a man like Govenor Willson. He is one of the tried and true. He gave Kentucky a better standing during his governorship than she had ever enjoyed before among the sisterhood of states since the Civil War. He is wise enough and good enough to promote the interests of every citizen, rich or poor, Republican or Democrat, throughout the boundaries of the Commonwealth. If we do not do anything else between now and Christmas, let us see to it that we elect Augustus E. Will-so- n as United States Senator from Kentucky. or THEUST German Flag Flies Over Ghent. ADVANCING TO COAST SBBBBBBHBUS&EbBIi Kaiser's Victorious Forces ire Pushing to New Capital. DEFENDERS (RE CONFIDENT Military Authorities It Ostend Say They Can Hold City. Rotterdam, Oct 13. It Is reported here that the Germans have entered the city of Ghent The Hague, Oct. 13. General Hans Von Besseler, the captor of Antwerp, baa warned the people that the Ger mans will punish summarily any who Tho Crown Prince Ferdinand or Roumanla has taken the oath of o In succession to his uncle, the late King Charles. Reading and Writing Reading and writing are not the greatest things in world, but they are "mighty nigh" the greatest things. the Religion is a better thing than reading and writing, but religion itself is helped by books. Good thinking is more important than reading and writing, but reading and writing help people to think properly. There are a good many people in the country, however, who have never learned these simple arts. They cannot write a letter to a friend; they cannot read a letttcr sent to them; they cannot read the Bible or the newspaper. Such a man, or woman is dependent upon those around them in a very pitiful way, and they miss many of the joys and privileges that belong by right to every human being. Now it. has been discovered that even grown men and women can learn to read and write by proper efforts on their part and a little help from others, if they are only willing to try. Kentucky's Moonlight Schools, so ably advocated by Cora Willson Stewart of Rowan County, have proved this. A large number of teachers have volunteered to teach these Moonlight Schools, so that men and women who had missed their schooling in early life might still learn to read and write. And now Governor McCreary has issued a proclamation asking all good citizens to help in this work of teaching the 200,000 men and women of our State who cannot read and write. The proclamation is on page 6. The Kentucky Commission on Illiteracy requests that all ministers of the Gospel set aside Sunday, October 25th, to preach on the evils and disadvantages of illiteracy. Let us all turn out and assist this great cause, so that every man and woman in Kentucky may be able to read and write by the year 1920. LORD CURZON'S VIEW PRESAGES LONG WAR Former Viceroy of India Talks ol Possibilities. London, Oct. 13. Definite Informa- attempt further acts of aggression. "Resistance," says his proclamation, "will cause the destruction of your beautiful city." Although the city Is not seriously damaged, most of tho de struction having- been caused In the southeastern quarter, 160 houses were destroyed within the city and most of the forts were demolished. tion has been received here that the queen of the Belgians, notwithstanding the report that she had reached England, has not left Ostend for London. nre Eight) THE HEALTH MASTER Chapter! from the book io entitled by Samuel Hopklm Adams, published by per mission of Houghton Mifflin Company. A FAMILY SCHOOL A Lesson on Mouth Breathing "Medicine would lie tho ideal pro fession if U did not involvo giv pain," said Dr. Strong, sotting upon sonio school paper-weigreports which had just como in. "You've been hero three months and you havo'ul hurt any one yet,' said Mr. Clyde easily. "No. I've heen cautious, and per haps n little cowardly. My placo as Chineso doctor has heen such n sin ecure that I've let things go. More over, I've wanted (o gain Mrs. Clyde's conlldeuco as much as possi ble, before coming lo the point." The expression of Mr. Clydo's keen, face altered and focused sharply. He scrutinized the doctor in silence. "Well, lei's have II," ho said at length. "Is it my wife?" "No. It's Detlinn." The father winced. "That baby I" ho said, "ferioust" "On the contrary, quite simple. If it is handled wisely, lint it means pain. Not a great deal, but still, pain." "An operation?" Dr. Strong nodded. "Merely a I'veMrs. sounded minor one. Clyde, without her knowing it, and she will oppose it. Mrs. Sbarplcss, loo, I fear. You know how women dread suffering for tho children they ht good-humored lovo." Again Mr. Clydo winced. "It's it's necessary, of course," ho said, "Not to do it would bo both slupld and cruel. Shall wo call in tho wo men and have it out with them?" For reply, Mr. Clyde pressed n but Ion and sent for tho servant who responded, for Mrs. Clydo and her mother. Grandma Sbarplcss arrived first, took stock of tho men's grave faces, nml sat down silently, folding Iter strong, competent hands CONTENTS. in her lap. Hut no sooner had Mrs Clydo caught sight of her husband's PAGE .1. Editorial. The Health face than her band went to her Master. Slate News. U. S. throat. News. War News. 'iWhal is it?" she paid "Tho childPAGE 2. Tho ren-" European War. "Nothing lo bo alarmemd about, Slate Sunday School Convention. Mrs. Clyde," said Dr. Strong quickSermon. Sunday School Les ly. He pushed a chair toward her. son. "Sit down. It's n question of of PAGE 3. .Mountain Agriculture. what I might call carpenter-work- " Farm nnd Garden. Hack to the tho mot her laughed a nervous re llihle. lief "on Hetty." "Hetty?" Her fears fluttered In PAGE 4. Local News. her voice, "What about Hetty?" "Sho needs repairing; that's all." PAGE 5. Collego News and Locals. "I don't know what you mean I Is PAGE C The Land of Broken Prom sho hurt?" ises. Proclamation of tho Gov"Not at all. Sho is breathing ernor. Tho Hour of Iho lied wrong. She breathes through her Cross. month." "Oh I" There was reassurance and PAGE 7.- -In the Hoiue.-Childr-en's a mensuro oven of contempt in Mrs. Column. Bread Upon the WaClydo's voice. "Lots of children do ters. Bowser's Asylum. that. Perhaps sho's got a littlo PAGE 8,-- Kast Kentucky Nows. cold." Markets. (Continued on ptge Three) You may read all about the State Sunday School Convention on page two. There is a line program pre pared for the occasion. Every one interested in Sunday School work ought to go and participate in the good things served at tho conven tion. Gov. McCreary's proclamation is a splendid sentiment, expressed for the benefit of the cause of combat ting the illiteracy qf our Common weatlh. Head it and get interested in the welfare of your unfortunate neighbor. iTho hog raisers ought to be glad to reail the farm page this week and learn how to combat hog cholera. This is. valuable, informa tion and will save you money if applied. Tho Com Show is hound lo ho a success. It must have you thero to enjoy tho pleasures it shall afford l'lio tlate is the same as announced last week. Look at the coming events on local page. You have another good article on the European War by Prof. Robert son. Look on page Iwo and read what ho says. Many of Iho good things of this issue are well deserving of a placo in your scrap book. You may not placo tho proper value on theso ar tides now but when you want to refresh your memory on a partic ular line (his information will como in very handy. Work For Illinois Mob. Percy. III.. Oct 13. An armed body of masked men stopped Shorlff Dresner of Wllllsvlllo on thu road last night, took Albert Claiza, his prisoner, from him, shot and instantly killed Cluzia nnd warned Dresner away. CI azzn was ait Italian miner, one of two brothers who enraged In a revolver fiKht with two American miners. When It ended, Sam Ciazza wns dead and both the American miners baJly wounded. Wanted to See President. Washington, Oct. IS, William Bel- vln, a former New York stock broker, was arrested at the White Houiu yesterday and turned over to the police. Ilelvln repeatedly tried to spo President Roosevelt when tho latter was In thu White House, unci yesterduy, when to got obstreperous on being refused an audience, with Prvsldont Wilson, he was arrested. London, Oct 13. That the Germans London, Oct 13. The Germans are Intend to make Antwerp their own, striking vigorously toward Ostend and using It as a naval base from which the coast The advance guard of their an attempt will be made to subdue army Is near Ghent, where a cavalry England,' Is the statement of Viscount force ran up the German flag over the Curzon of Keddleston, formerly vicecity hall, but rode put of the city after roy of India. "Germany has taken Instructing the burgomaster concern' Antwerp to fortify It, to Keep It to Ing telegraphs and posts. make a great naval port of, to use as a The military authorities at Ostend Jumping off place for her future atare confident that the allies will be tempts upon this country," he said. able to bar the German advance. Tho He added that Germany by fortifyking and queen of the Haitians are In ing Antwerp would secure a grip on Ostend. all Belgium and bo In a position to The German occupation of Antwerp make Holland do anything she wants. is not yet complete. Twenty forts "Then she will be able to settle along the Scheldt are still held by the down to her main objedt," Curzon conBelgians, and General Do Guise, their tinued. "This Is the destruction or commander. Is directing from one or Great Britain. those forts a heroic but probably hope "England Is In for a long war, and I less resistance. am shocked when I hear people say that It will all be over by Christmas. The Situation In France. General JorTre's latest reports state More than ono Christmas will pass bepositively that the allies are getting a fore hostilities are ended." foothold upon the heights of the Alsne, thereby Imperilling the whole German BOMBS DO LITTLE DAMAGE fortified position from Solssons to the rldgo of the Argonne. Explosives Used by German Aviator While advancing at this point, the Not Very Effective. hinge of the battlo line, the French Paris, Oct. 13. Six bombs were are also gradually lessening the strain near Verdun and are making new pro- dropped yesterday on Paris by a Gergress against the Germans In tho man aeroplane. None exploded. Five Vosges. Everywhere from Belgium to French aviators ascended and pursued Lorraine, the allied line holds stanch-ly- . the Invading airship, which fled to the The official reports point to the east A bomb was dropped also on the fact that the Germans are generally on suburb of St Ouen, near a tank contho defensive, are forced to light for taining 80,000 tons of gasoline, but their communications and will set In failed to explode. motion a dangerous offensive. Aceuaed of Trying to Kill Laborer. The battlj slackened because fog Frankfort Ind., Oct 13. Andrew waves rolled across northern Franco and airmen were as blind as ground- Henderson and Shelby Barker are held lings. Hut In the extreme north cav- hi the county Jail here In default of alry engagements mark tho conflict, bonds of $5 000 each, charged with aswhile there has been violent Infantry sault and rettery with Intent to kill. fighting north of Solssons and along Both men are well known among the pravel road contractors throughout the tho eastern fortress barrier. Hats. They were arrested following New Capital Threatened. an alleged attaok on Milton Jone. a It Is unofficially reported that tho laborsr. who sustained a fractured allies are massing rapidly to dofend troll and other Injuries that are said Ostend and tho coast cities, and thai to be fatal. tho Germans, while threatening the new capital of Belgium, have been TERSE TELEGRAMS beaten back In several encounters. Slowly the operations In northern Debate on tho war revenue tax bill France and In llelnluin are becoming connected, forming a new battlo line. continues in tho senate. Tho state convention of the Indiana Five thousand British marines who aldod In thu defense of Antwerp have Daughters of the American Revolution returned, and from many of them It Is being held In Fort Wayne. was learned that the commander of Secretary Bryan left Washington to one of the fortresses was a German day for a long stumping tour of the spy. The Belgians shot him and four states west of the Mississippi. of his staff officers. Tho marines say A dispatch Home says that the work of defense was greatly Montenegrins from attacking that the nre Raguia, hampered by spies, who were every an Austrian city of Dalmatla, and that where. The escape of the marines Is Its fall Is Imminent considered a miracle. Tho cholera in said to be spreading Wireless dispatches from Berlin re late 0110 achievement which won the In the most remote parts of Austria- Hungary. A case has been discovered Iron cross. Count Von Beroldlngen. near the Bwiss frontier. whose mother was an American, All prlsonors captured by the Ger donned the overcoat of a British offi cer and,, representing himself as an mans In Russian Poland will bo comEnglish adjutant went to the French pelled to enlist In tho Gorman army to Hues. He spoko perfect English and fight against Russlu, a Berlin report ays. ho asked for and obtained Information which enabled the Germans to attack The corpses of 120 civilians havo luccessfully. been found underneath tne debris of wrecked buildings In Arras, following Never In tho History of Tho Citi the Germans bombardment Most of zen has the naid tin circulation been the city Is In ruins. so largo. Get in if you are, going along. " 1 Berea is Open-1,0- 00 StudenU-- A Good Place for YOU! Pnpo Two. TUB CITIZEN Oclolicr Chal-lengo 15, lOli The Citizen family newspaper for (II that true and Interesting. It right, ruMUhed every Thurwlsy at nerea, Kr. ""berea PUBLISHING CO. (Inenrpnrnted) WM. C. FROST, Edilor-lnOiU- f C II. WERTENBERCER, M.n.flnf Editor F. O. BOWMAN, Aaiilul MiMiir rAYAIILK IN ADVANCK One Yesr Months. . . Qr Three Month , , Subscription Ratos ...... Ii " " 33 rent mmpi. or Itiprew Money Send money by Il-ofnc- e Order, Draft, Retfitereil Letter, or one and two The ilnte fter your nsme on Isbel shows to what date your ulrvriptlon In paid. If It Is not chanted within three weeka after renewal are noti&ed. Liberal terma Riven to any who obtain new tcrlptlona for u. Any one sending u four mimsks or BMl'iwl'nJj number will be gladly atipplled If we yearl J mrwcrlptlona can receive The Citieen free for himself for one year. AdvertlHng ralea on application. KKNTUCKY TRKSS ASSOCIATION. No Whiskey Advertisements! No Immodest News Items! THE EbROPLAN WAR lit- tle fire kimllcth" said James in his cpistlo in the New Testament. Many of you liavo stood in your homes and seen on the hill sides a forest flro burning its way along Now you know, that the ridge. when it is dry, in the summer or fall of the year, it docs not lake much of a fire to start tho forest to burning. Europo is something like that forest. It is a vcritablo tinder-box, ever ready to flame up when a spark is lighted. This is so of the number of conflicting interests, of tho rival ambitions of rulers and nations, of the mutual distrust of each other that exists among tho nations. For many years, however, there has been no general war in Europe. Tliero havo been occasions that might easily have brought it, but tho dangers have been happily Trouble- between Germany and Franco in Morocco in North Africa might have led to war. The disturbance in tho Balkans, when theso states united against Turkey might also have led to war among tho larger powers but they succeed ed in warding it olT. Wo had come to hopo that a great European war might never again be fought, that tho civilization of Europo had got beyond it. On tho28lh of June, which was Sunday, a Servian school boy, Gabriel Prinzip by name, fired a bullet that took away the life of Franof cis Ferdinand, tho Arch-DuAustria, nephew to the Emperor and heir to tho throne of Austria-Hungar- y. The deed was done while the Arch-Duand his wife wero staying in tho hill country or Bosnia, a provinco of Austria just across tho border from tho little mountain stato of Servia. Austria was much incensed by tho crime, for I he problem of succession in that country has been an one. Sho called upon Servia to punish tho crime. Servia disowned tho act and left the assassin in tho hands of Austria. On tho 23rd of July, about three weeks after tho crime, Austria sent an ultimatum or final request to Servia. Sho had been investigating and found tilings that led her to believe that tho act was not that of a school boy alono, but was prompted by sources higher up. Sho demanded that Servia investigate tho real cause of tho crime, that sho tako measures to stop her propaganda of agitation among tho Salvic population of Austria's provinces, and last and most important of all sho demanded that Austrian officials bo allowed to aid in tho work. This showed her distrust of Servia. On tho 2 Uh of July, Russia joined with Servia in a request that a longer time than twenty-fohours bo given to answer tho ultimatum of Austria. This was refused. On tho 25th of July, tho Servian premier mado his answer. It was favorable in caso of tho first two demands and was not a final refusal of tho third and most objectionable. On tho 2Glh of July, Austria declared tho answer to bo unsatisfactory and charged Servia with an ovasion of tho last and vital request. July 27th was an important day In tho unfolding of events. In tho first placo Russia served nollco that sh) would not allow Servia to bo invaded. In the second placo Germany al mado It known by means that no ono must inlcrforo in tho dislurbanco between Austria and Servia. In tho third placo England proposed mediation by tho ambassadors of tho great powers In London, a request refused by Austria and Germany. On tho 28th of July, Austria de so ke ke ur semi-offici- "Behold how great a matter a clared war ogainst Servia and began movement across tho border. On tho 20lh of July tho Czar of Russia gnvo orders to mobilize, or put under arms, tho Russian army. On Iho 30th of July tho German Chan-cclo- r, next in authority to tho Emperor, announced to Austria his willingness to support her, in accordance with tho terms of tho with her, but demanded that sho tlrst exchango views with Russia, in a possiblo effort to provonl Austria replied her interference that sho had already dona so but without success. On tho samo day tho German Emperor sent to Russia an ultimatum that sho must ccaso the mobilization of her armies. On tho 31st of July, tho German ambassador in Paris suggested to that power tho possibility of n war between tho nations making up tho triplo alliance, namely, Austria, Ger many and Italy and tho nations of tho triplo entente, namely Russia, Franco and England, unless tho na lions included in tho Entcnto would leave Austria and Servia to scttlo their own dispute. On tho 1st of August Germany declared war on Russia and on tho next day, tho 2nd of August, began an invasion of France, tho ally of Russia, through tho litllo stato of Luxemburg. On tho 3rd of August, Germany sent to Belgium an ultimatum requesting the right to pass through tho terri ory of this neutral nation. Tho right was refused by Belgium and England at once, on the Uli of August, sent to Germany an ultimatum demanding to know whether or not Germany would respect tho neutral ity of Belgium. On tho next day, August 5th, Germany began her niemorablo attack on Liege, and on tho same day England declared war on Germany. Following rapidly camo various declarations of war and counter declarations. Austria against Russia, Franco against Austria, Servia against Germany, and several more. Portugal soon signified her intention to side with England because of treaty alliances. Tho little stato of Montenegro joined with Servia and somewhat later Japan tho ally of England joined tho war against Germany and Austria. Thus has Europo again becomo Nino involved in a terrible war. nations are already in tho struggle, and several more are dangerously near tho line. The united armies of tho nations at war number 20,000- ,000 of men and would, if placed in lino four abreast and two feet apart, mako a procession reaching from New York City to San Francisco and back again as far as Salt Lake. Tho war affects directly the interests of 800,000,000 of. people and indirectly many more. Tho war is costing an averago of 50,000,000 a day. Tho United States is entirely outside of the struggle and is tho largest and most important nation to tako that stand. Never has there been such an opportunity for our beloved country to tako a position of leadership among tho nations of tho world, in behalf of peace; and to urgo methods that will mako it, less possiblo for war to ariso again. Never has there been such a day as wo havo just passed through, when tho people, of a whole nation of over 90,000,000 population, at tho call of their chief executive, assemble in their places of worship and pray for a cessation of tho great calamity. J. R. Robertson. Leo Frayscr on "Tho of Young Llfo to tho Sunday School," and ono by Prof. J. T. Coatca on "Tho Possibilities of tho Country Sunday School." Tho muslo will bo In chnrgo of Prof. C. V. Croxton, Director of Music In tho Lexington Public Schools, who will bo assisted by a largo choir and orchestra. Stato Association To Moot At Some of the Speakers. Rev. V. A. Ilrown, D.D., Chicago, Lexington On October B PARLEY E. ZARTMANN III., Missionary Superintendent of tho 20th To 23rd, 1914 Swrtary of EttaMMoi Dfisit I International Sunday School AssociaMood? Bibb Iwtitol, dittf tion. The lit. Itov. Lewis W. Purton, D.D., OVER ONE HUNDRED SPEAKERS Illshop of tho Protestant Kplscopnl Church, Lexington. hid. TEXT "Ami n man shall In an Mr. Alfred Mason, Memphis, Tonn., frnm the wlml, find a covert Superintendent of largo Sunday School. from the tempest; ns streams of water An Excellent Program Ha Been PreAIlss Nnnnlo Leo Frnysor, Lecturer, In a, dry place, ns the shadow of n great pared and Large Attendance Expect Story Teller, Lesson Writer, Stato Su- rock In n weary land." Isaiah 12:2. ed Roll Call of Counties Will Oe perintendent Momentary Work. At onco tho exInteresting Feature and Every CounMr. C. Fj lluhlcln. Louisville, Presiquisite beauty of ty Should De Represented. dent Avery Plow Co. and President tho Imagery, tho Kentucky Sunday School Association. pathos and tho Mr. S. A. Harris, Secrotary Hoy's DeLouisville, Ky. (Special). It would penco of tho partment of tho Young Men's Chrisnot bo possiblo for us to glvo space .for verso, compel at tho entire program of tho Slnto Con- tian Association of Kentucky. tcntlon and exert Itov. F. O. 1). Mnnn, D.I)., Presiding vention of tho Kentucky Sunday Tho n charm. School Association which will bo held KMer of tho Maysvlllo District M. K. plcturo is eastl In Lexington Oct. ns It extends Church, South, and Editor ot tho ern In its origMethodist Advocate over four days, with more than tweninal sotting, but ty sessions and over ono hundred It Is qulto westspeakers. Kvcry ono who is connect ern In Its outcd with tho Sunday School will find lines, and every something of Interest, something to In man understands struct and help. Tho pastor, tho su it, though ho may perintendent, tho teacher and tho pu not know Its truth pll will all And something of 'special from his own experience. Hero wo havo threo figures value. Tuesday afternoon will bo glV' en to Conferences ns will also Thursof speech, three classes of needs, and day afternoon. Tuesday night there threo promises to meet these dtverso aspects of our need Tho threo R's In will be the welcome address by Illshop Lewis W. Iiurton of the Protestant Christ. Kplscopal Church, followed by ad Refuge. dresses from tho President, Chair"A man shall bo as a hldlng-placfrom tho wind, and a covert from tho tempest." Tho traveler In tho East knows tho meaning of that, and even In our western country ono will find storm-cellarand cyclono caves, for tho day of visitation Is uncertain, and thero Is great need for a placo of Nannie SUNDAY SCHOOL I CONVENTION The Three R's in Christ R. INIEKNATIONAL. SUNMYScnOOL (ny n. O. HKI.LKIIS, Director Rundny Holiool Pourse, Moody Illblo Institute, Clilrnuo.) Lesson LESSON FOR OCTOBER 18 IN a THE GARDEN OF QETH8EMANE. TBXT-Ma- I.KRMON OOI.DKN TBXT-Wa- tch and pray, that ye enter not Into temptation. Matt. K:U It. V. Iu k 6 rk U.32-K- . 8ee also 23 ;33-4- 20-2- Con-itra- s safety. Ufo. Great Superlatives." Thursday morning's program will deal with "Personal Evangelism." "Men and tho Sunday School." and "Tho Conservation ol Youth." There will also bo tho roll call of counties with responses from delegates who represent tho counties Thursday at noon will bo held tho superintendent's lunch and conferenco After tho conferences on Thursday afternoon will como tho "automoThursday bile ride" for delegates. night a great address at tho Den All Mr. C. F. Kuhleln, President Kentucky Sunday-schoo- l Association. man of tho Executive Committee Secretary of and General the Stato Association, and Rev. W A. Ilrown, D.D., of Chicago. Wednesday morning will bo devoted largely to viewing tho field with reports of work done and suggested plans for the fu ture. Wednesday afternoon will be devoted to "Volunteer Service" when about twenty county olllcers from parts of the stato will tell how things havo been done. Wednesday evening tho Treasurer of tho State Association will tell of "A Ten Thousand Dollar Investment." Itov. W. A. Ilrown will speak attain on "Three t You need not be an "ad writer" to use these columns. State youi wants simply, and above all truthfully. jOr telephone this office and the clerk will write your ad. CJWant ads are the biggest little investments you can make. Dr. William A. Brown, Missionary Su- perintendent of the International When Wm. Carey was famous all Sunday-schoo- l Association. over tho world, copies of his portrait wero selling in England at a Theater on "Social Hygiene." by Dr. guinea apiece, ho still lived in daily Howard Kelly ot Johns Hopkins Uni"Tomper-tvneintimato contact with tho natives. versity. Friday morning und Purity," "Missions" and "Out Youth" will bo tho subjects. Friday Tho total income of tho mission- noon will bo tho lunch and conferoncc ary society of tho Methodist church for County Olllcers. Friday afternoon of Canada for tho year Just closed will bo given to tho consideration ol Day" as It was $057,130, or about two dollars tho was observed this year, what It has per member. moant to tho Btato, and how It can be year. Tho American board of foroign mado even moro effective nexto'clock Thero will bo banquets at C missions (Congregallonalist) has in for tho Elementary and Secondary Turkoy twenty-on- o high schools, la Workers. Friday night tho convention which 0,504 pupils wero enrolled will closo with an address by Miss tho past year. o Wo llvo an exposed and defenseless subject to greater storms than sweep our prairies, and moro to bo feared than tho cold, wild winds which beat upon us from tho North. Wo arc exposed to tho storms ot affliction, conscience, Richard Henry Crossfield, President tho terrors ot a troubled tho oncoming ot dtvlno Judgment It Transylvania University and the wo havo lived in sin. You may natCollege of the Bible. ter yourself, but you havo not llvr-Prof. A. W. Fortune. D.D., Transyl- long without learning how defenseless vania University, Lexington. you are. Has there not been a day Prof. J. T. Coatcs, Supervisor Ilural when you sought for shelter a Schools ot Kentucky, Frankfort. from tho wind, and a covRev. Homer Carpenter, Pastor Chris- ert from tho tempest? Tho storms tian Church, Shelbyvlllo. may sweep, but God Is a rcfugo for Mr. C. C. Stoll. Loulsvlllo, Ken- all who will flea to him. Whcro do tucky's Representative on tho Inter- you go? Think of that caravan In national Sunday School Association's tho desert as tho flcrco howling storm Executive Committee sweeps upon It; how It presses forRev. W. H. Hopper, Pastor Ilurnsldo ward to tho distant shelter. Think Presbyterian Church. ot Christ as your hiding placo. "Tho lord's our rock, in hlra wo hide a Some of the Topics. "Growing," "How Wo Aro Growing," shelter In tho tlmo of storm." "How tho Cradlo Rolt Helps Us Grow," Refreshment "How Good Equipment Helps Us "As streams of water In a dry Grow," "How Graded Lessons Help Us placo." Tho desert Is not only withGrow," "How tho Story Helps Us out shelter, It Is without water; and Grow," "How Good Music Helps Us tho path of tho caravan Is strewn Grow." "How Mothers' Meetings Holp with tho bones of thoso who died for Us Grow." lock of water. What a lack of re"Wanted noys In tho Sunday freshment thero is In tho world, and School," "What Doys Want In the Sun- how many perish for lack ot tho waday School," "Tho Sunday School for ter of llfo! Our Girls," "Onward Together," "ConMen seek refreshment In so many vention Values," "Tho Sunday School ways and so many falso places, and as a World Force," "Five Ways otWorkj-Ing,- they find that tho world really has "Threo Great Superlatives," "Sun- nothing to meet their deepest need. It day School Men," "Personal Evangel- cannot satisfy tho thirst for happiism." "Tho Moral Equlvalont of War." ness, for consolation, for reconcilia"Tho Conservation of Youth." "Tho tion, for peace; every promlso the Spirit ot Youth," "Tho Challenge to world holds out Is not an oasis, but Service," "Four-FolActivities Phys- a mirage, and tho promised assuaging ical, Mental, Social, Spiritual," of thirst only proves an aggravation Teaching In tho Sunday ot tho dcslro. Wo And out that this School," "Tho Successful Sunday world, without Christ, Is not only School Superintendent," Tho Youth of dangerous without a refuge, it is dry, America," "Tho Youth of Kentucky," without hopo of refreshment, wo do "Christ for Every Life," "Men and tho dwell In a dry land whcro no water Church," "Tho Challongo of Young Is. Why not recognize tho fact, and Llfo to the Sunday School," "Tho say "My soul thlrsteth for God, for of tho Country Sunday the living God?" School." Local Arrangements. I heard tho volca ot Jesus say, Behold I When delegates arrlvo In Lexington The llvlncfreely give water thirsty one. thoy will go directly to tho Ilroadway Stoop down, and drink, and live. Christian Church, which can bo reach- I came to Jesus and I drank stream; ed by street car. Thero they will find Ot that My was quench'd, my soul revived. tho committee to assist them In get Andthirst I live In llltn. now ting located. Thero will bo no froo entertainment, but tho committee will Rest make arrangements with tho hotels "Ab tho shadow of a great rock In and boarding houses for tho lowest a weary land." Wo do not go far rates possible. For Information with In contact with tho world until wo regard to boarding writo to Mr. Ilruco Und out not only Is It dangerous and Davlsv Lexington. Ky. For railroad dry, but It Is a wearlsomo place. Thero rates see tho ngont ot your railroad Is nothing so monotonous as llfo from several days before you expect to tho worldling's standpoint. All Its start. For program and further boasted pomp, power and agitation wrlto to tho Kentucky Sunday can never gtvo a moment of rost to School Association, 712 Loulsvlllo tho weary world; and many who havo Trust Building, Louisville, Ky. tried to And rest In tho world havo been llko caged birds who havo beatMADE. en out their lives against Uio bars ot PREPARATIONS GREAT How Intlultcly wearlsomo tho cage. Louisville. It has been eleven years It nil 1st Study tho faces ot men slnco Lexington had tho honor of en- and women In sin; do thoy not seora tertaining this convention and these to bo void ot all senso ot rest or qulot years havo formed a period ot unu- or peaco? Note tho nervous llfo sual development In tho Sunday-schoo- l which so many people out of Christ world. Thero havo been many now aro living. The desert Journey Is so Sunday-school- s organized, most ot tho long, so languid, so monotonous. Oh, schools havo grown largely in tho for the shadow ot a great rockt numbor of people enrolled. Tho schools I heard the voice ot Jesus say. havo becomo better organized and Come unto me and rest; havo added many now departments. I jay down, thou weary one, lay down Tho Teacher Training Classes, tho Thy head upon my breast. OrganOrganized Adult Classes, tho I came to Jesus as I was Weary, and worn, and sad; ized Teen Ago Classes, tho Homo De. I found In lllm a resting place. partments and tho Cradlo Rolls havo And He has made me glad. all developed Into departments ot the Sunday-school- s during these years and Refuge, refreshment, rest. A groat each will havo an Important place on hopo for our great nood. "A man shall tho program. be" theso things for us. Who can Ono of tho Interesting features ot this man bo? Tho solution of the Kentucky mystery Is in tho Lord Jesus Christ thn Rtntn Convention of tho Sunday School Association to bo held Thank God thero is a man able to will bo the sheltor, end to giro rest; the Man la Loxlngton, Oct. roll call ot counties. Christ Jesus, our brother, touched, " "Tom-peranco g lnfor-matlon 20-2- The resoluto abandonment ot himself to tho will ot bis Father Is ono ot the) facts of history. Jesus asked for Kits cup, drank It In tho and passed on to Calvary. midst of his aKony ho Is strengthened, Luko 22:43. Returning, ho r, found tho threo disciples sleeping. who bad made such boastful avowals of fealty (vv. 29, 30) and who Is about to undergo, and to fall, is addressed In tender reproach, "Simon, steepest thou. Couldcst thou not watch ono hour?" Then addressing; tho three, hn sold, "watch, and pray that yo enter not Into temptation; tho spirit Indeed Is willing, but tho Po-te- Tho account of Peter's boast (t. a common but highly significant story, forms tho connecting link, In Mark's Gospel, between this and last Sunday's lesson. After singing tho hymn v. G (tho Hallelujah), Jesus and bis disciples left tho upper room. No I. . Into the Garden, vv. other pnssago In history so mores tho human heart with reverential awn. Somewhere outsldo Jesus loft eight disciples. Ho took three, bis closest friends, and resolutely entered tho darkness. Our record tells us that ho was "amazed and saro troubled" and there is a hint of bis humanity sugs gested by tho fact that ho should tho samo to tho disciples. threo had been with him on the Mount ot Transfiguration thero to behold his glory. Now they aro to see tho depths Ho trod ot Dlvlno tho winepress alono, however, for ho "went forward a llttlo" (v. 35), The Master's Prayer. The MatII. Praying, vv. ter's prayer was In reality a prayer of triumph; a prayer which enables us to apprehend, In part at least bl suffering and a suKgestlon ot his com lng glory. It Is caster to appreciate and to understand his prayer than It Is to comprehond his glory. 32-3- Tw am-fes- 36-3- umphant paean ot prayer. This tlmo bo returns and finds thn disciples heavy with deep sleep. This is a fulfillment of Ps. 09:20, "I looked for comforters and found none." His gentlo reproach goes unanswered. For a third tlmo ho enters tho trial and rotumlng commands tho disciples to sleep on and tako their rost Thero is llttlo doubt that between his permission "sleep on" and tho declaration "It Is enough" that tho loneliness, wakeful Savior, In watched over tho sleeping disciples. At last ho roused them for tho enemy, headed by Judas, wero at hand. Their dearly bought sleep was short and wo can Imagine tho confusion mob. Tho caused by tho Man of sorrows Is calm In this hour after his victory In prayer. Tho disciples, not llkowiso strengthened, Deo torch-bearin- flesh Is weak." Found No Comforter. Again III. Again praying, vv, ho passes Into the loneliness ot that midnight hour. Again wo hear his tri39-4- 2. away. The Supreme Value of this story lies In tho effect It may produco upon each ojio who comes to know It To ono It docs not speak at all, to another, It melts tho heart and brings tears to tho eyo. Whllo ho felt tho sonso ot all through which ho was passing, yet ho did not onco hesltato, John 12:27, 28, nover for ono moment faltered In his cooperation with tho complcto will ot God. Again wo aro compelled to bow tho head with reverenco beforvjMls marvelous patlcnco with tho Sefcl-pieNowhcro elso havo wo found a record that will surpass this plcturo, especially tho latter end, as wo seo him patiently waiting osid watching whllo thoy slept Tho words ot tho Psalmist aro brought to mind: I.Ike as a fattier pltleth Ills children. Ho the Lord pltletli tliem that fear lllm. l'or Ho knowuth our rrame, He remembcreth that we are dust s. with a feeling ot our infirmities. Conscious of bis approaching passion, conscious ot tho strain ot tho coming hours of that fateful last day, halting on tbo pathway ot his sorrows, ho gives his disciples tlmo for reposo. Whllo wo contrast his and their selfishness, yet, when wo' study our own lives, wo hardly daro to criticize Wo aro, however, Impressed with tho marvelous prlvllogo they allowed to slip from them. Tho Golden Text was spoken aftor tho first, period of prayer. Theso words woro spoken In tender compassion and in full recognition ot tho weakness ot tho disciples. Ho know them altogether, tho whole truth about each one. That they desired fellowship with him wo feel confident, yet' thoy, oven as wo so often llkewlso, failed. Let us then endeavor to ob sorvo and obey his Injunction, "Keep! awako, and pray ye enter not lntoi temptation." Not that wo shall bo kopt from temptation, but as In the disciples' prayer, wo should pray, "Load! j us not Into temptation." o I I October in, mil THE CITIZEN Pago Three. This is no new Slio is a mouth- -, MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Farm "It Is'nl Hint. thing with her. and Investigator A FOUNDATION so plentiful on the faunilnl Inn for a big crop of market should bo discarded. These Tlio SULPHUR FOR POWDERY SCAB coin, a big garden nuil a big wbent substances so conspicuously advertised are a needless drain on the orop Is now. Potato Growers Should Treat Thtlr Kvory Farmer ami Corn Club Hoy farmer, the results of which are Seed Potatoes With Sulphur. not henellclal in preventing or curshould hegln llils fall for next year's On account of tlio possibility of Ining hog cholera. If the money ex- fection with powdery genu, tlio departcrop. Tim preparation of the secil bed pended for fake cures were used (o ment of agriculture Is now recommendlo erect a ing nil potato growers to treat their Is one of llio mo.it important steps purchase disinfectants Is in producing the hi crop next year. hog house, lo secure belter water seed potatoes with sulphur. This Inby the fact thnt The land plowed this fall, enables supply, etc., the returns would ho mnito expedient far greater and more profitable to fected seed potatoes linvo been shipped U to bold more moisture by absorpout of Mnlnc. where (rawdery scab now I be owner. I bo moistion, thus wo can conserve exists. Recent tests Justify the departture that comes from Ibe rains and The leading agricultural papers ment's scientists In recommending a snows thai come during the winter are refusing space lo the promul- thorough dusting with flowers of sulmonlbs and Ibis can bo used by the gators of mysterious cures, and phur after tho potatoes have been cut plants during the summer monlbs their discrimination against such ns a precaution against tlio disease, but the treatment Is by no means Intended when moisture is so much needed products is a great protection to to take the place of formaldehyde os a thu fanner. In the control of any and rains are scarce. general disinfectant. The department Since tin; heavy rains which fell infectious diseaso sanitation is of xdrlses the use of both formaldehyde Friday and Saturday ground ought primary importance and there is no nnd Hulphur, llefore rutting the potatoes should to be in splendid condition for plow- medical substance which will coring, nn every farmer ought to lake rect conditions resulting from im- Ik; soaked for two hours In a solution s, formaldehyde to thirty ml vantage of Ibis and not delay. proper feeding, insanitary quart-er- of one pint of poorly ventilaled Jiog houses, gallons of water. They should then bo of "I'rocrasl illation is the Thief Hog cholera serum can be allowed to dry quickly either In the Time."' Odd rains and winter eic. on a clean open spread at the Experimental floor. or while known out be effective coming soon and Its much purchased freezes are to This Is Station at (lie cost of production, against common nenb and blackleg and more disagreeable to plow then than and so far as is known al (he pres- should therefore be employed tn all now. ent time this is (he only preventacases. .Whether It Is equally effective THE BIGGEST DAY tive of (his disease. Serum is be- ngalnat powdery senb Is doubtful, and The biggest day for Horea and' vi- ing distributed from Hie Experi- for this reason the use of sulphur Is cinity is coming Saturday, October ment Station every day, and thous- strongly advised in addition. The poVicinity means, the territory of and of hogs are being protected tatoes should be cut lirxt nnd then dusted thoroughly with flowers of sulilison, Kstill. Jackson, Ilockcaslle, against the ravages of this disease. phur. A general use of this treatment and Oarrard Counties and all others Farmers are warned lo avoid the Is ndvlsed. a Big Corn numerous names applied to outwho are interested in Powdery wab of the potnto Is a disease which doubtless followShow. breaks of hog cholera, such as: Infiet ready and bring all your ex- fectious pneumonia, pig typhoid, ed luqwrteil potatoes before the quar- hibits as far as possible on Friday swine fever, etc., as these terms are! before, because there will be a great mod frequently by untrained men.! rush on Saturday. Wo want all ex- It is estimated that W out of every hibits in their place by Saturday by 100 deaths in hogs result from hog, nine o'clock if possible. Judges cholera, and it is a well established want to begin their work as soon an fact that hog cholera, is tho only1 preventatives Garden ' important infectious disease of I swine at Hie present time. Every i hog raider should be thoroughly, informed on Ibis subject, and (he, den and Home products. Come and Experiment Station will gladly ee. advice and information in so The program Is such as to give far as possible lo all applicants. what the Farm people want to bear Gratifying Results from Anti-bo- g and need to know. Cholera Serum Come one! Come all! An interesting report received by URGED TO COMBAT the department from county agents FARMERS in l.r Southern Slates affords addiHOG CHOLERA tional cNidcuec of the value of I wish to place before you, farmanti-ho- g cholera mmuiii in prevent-- 1 ers, a letter of great importance reby ing the spread of this disease. AI- -' garding bog cholera, written ail-- J Robert Graham, D. V. M.. experiment though many authorities do not Ky. We ought vocale the treatment after the hog, Station. Lexington, and must help combat Ibis disease lias become visibly alTeeteii, tins report appears to indicate that a I also call your attention to Hie reconsiderable aving was effected in Cholera-Seruport from using Anli-lm- g This report was made by this way. Hrielly summarized, , the llgures U. S. Department of Agriculture. The present situation with refer- are as follows: I. Number of hogs given singlo ence to hog cholera in Kentucky offers great encouragement in the treatment 'ILL'tili. Number of hogs that were well successful control of this disease, ' but it must not lie understood that when trea led 27,220. :(. Number died that were well any effort to combat same should he dropped. Farmers are urged to when Ireated-CO- S. S. I'er cent died that were well continue IhCir light against hug as (he infection is present when treated 2.22. eholora S. Number of hogs (bat were sick in many scattered localities through Stale, and might become disas- when treated -7- .010. the 0. Number died that were sick trous if ilue precautions are not observed. Great stress is laid upon when treated 2,037. prophyU'die measures at this lime, 7. i'er cent died that woro sick ft is suggested by the authorities at when treated 211.21. 8. Number of hogs given simulthe Kenturky Agricultural Experimental station that tho striclest taneous treatment 7,713. sanitary precautions be observed by P. Number of hogs that were every swine owner in order to ward well when treated 7,110. 10. Number died that were well A little applied oiT this disease. prevention is very valuable at this when treated I7U. II. I'er cent died that were well moment ami may serve to hold off tho disease. Literature pertaining to when treated -- 2.11. 12, Number of hogs that were bog cholera eradication can bo so cured, free of charge, from tho Ex- sick when treated ,103. CI. Number died that were sick periment Station, containing timely suggestions and methods to bo when treated 1(50. 1. I'er cent died that were sick employed. Every fanner must himself with tho most re- when I rea led 52.85. 15. Total number of hogs treated vised methods of combating this dis-i- n it, 07H. order to successfully avoid 1(5. Total number of bogs died This includes a thorough knowledge of tho cause of hog cholera and 3,001. 17. I'er cent of hogs died 7.15. the inelhoil by which it is spread, 18. Total number well when all of which are essential in order to successfully and intelligently treated 31,(kM. It). Total number died that were prevent the disease. It is of primo iniporlanco that fanners employ well when treated 787. 20. I'er cent died that woro well tho methods herein outlined. Tin hog cholera cures and when treated 2.27. fur-iii-di m. 1 the exhibits are in place. A splendid exhibit can be seen at Horea Col bve Tabernacle consisting of a great variety of Farm, Gar- INFECTED POTATOES ON TUB VINE. nntlne hiw went Into effect. Kvcry possible effort Is being made to prevent this disease making Inroads on our poof tato Industry, and the all Interested. In this crop Is much needed In dealing with this new potato mnliuly. Powdery scab does not attack the portion of the potato vines above the ground. It Is primarily a disease of the young tubers, which develops ns they mature In the ground. The disease Is made apparent by small, slightly raised pimples und a slight discolWhen cut oration of the surface. open the Infected nreas appear faintly purplish and extend from approximately the outermost cells of the tuber toward the deeper layers. The powdery scab fungus. If conditions are fuvorable, may eat large cavities Into the Immature twtatoes. Ilcsldcs consuming parts of the tubers. It stunts their further growth and causes them to be deformed. The seriousness of powdery scab may bo rcnllzed from the following state ment by ii conservative Canadian scientist: "The disease should by no means be regarded lightly. Severe attacks occur when potatoes are planted year after year on Infected hind. Where this Is practiced the result will be potatoes hardly superior In quality lo those badly affected with the canker. This fact Is worthy of notice, especially since, ns In the ease of canker, no preventive measures have proved of much value." What Women Stand. ' lafiSk II ow a Bad Egg Looks I Huh! .1 .THAJNED In tho current issue of Farpi and Fireside reference, is mado to a colored chart published by tho United Stales Department of Agriculture, showing a doon viows of eggs fresh and in various degrees of badness. These pictures show Just how the egg looks when examined through a candling apparatus, and also after being broken into a glass saucer. The chart makes perfectly clear to candle Just how successfully eggs, tho kind of light and easily provided candling devices necessary. While thes charts last, readers can gel them without cost by writing to the Division of Publications, Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. Id, arts Sir. Newly wed -- Oh, Fred, you've broken our best bread plate. Mr. Newly wed -- Awfully sorry, dear, but I accidentally dropped one of your Commercial biscuits eu Tribune. ell. Percy, what do you Hammond Hi I ul; of those t nil mil monkeys? I'orcy lleabtly clever. ltobiou Ulobo. Keeps 27 Cats. Ithaca, N. Y. Uecauaa she keeps 17 cats, a lunacy commission roported that Miss Jonnle Hutts, sixty, should hare a guardian. breathcr." "I'll see that It's corrected," promised llio mother. "Only one thing can correct it," said Dr. Strong gravely. "There's n difficulty that must bo removed." "You mean an operation? On that baby? Do you know that she is'nl live yet? And you want to cut her with a knife- -" "Steady, Myra," came Mr. Clyde's full, even speech. "Dr. Strong doesn't wnnt to do nnythlng except what ho considers necessary." "Necessary I Supposing she does brcatho through her mouth I What excuse is that for torturing her my baby!" "I'll answer that, Mrs. Clyde," said llio doclor, with patient politeness. Walking over to the window ho Ihrcw it up and called, "0b, Tootles! Twinkles! Honorable, Miss Cherub, romo up here. I've got something to show you." And presently in camo the child, dragging a huge and dilapidated dol. She was n picture of rosy health, but, for the first time, Hie mother noted the drooping of the lower jaw, hint I he slight lift of the upper lip, revealing the edges of two pearly teeth. Dr. Strong look from a drawer a little wooden box, adjusted a lever nnd, placing the ear pieces in Ilely's ears, bade her listen. Hut the child shook her head. Again he adjusted the indicator. This lime, too, she said thnt she heard nothing. Not until tho fourth change did she amiouce delightedly that she beard a pretty bell, but that it sounded very far away. "Now we'll try it on mother," said the experimenter, and added in a low (one ns be handed it to Mrs. Clyde, "I've set it two points less loud than Hetty's mark. Can you hear it?" A look of Mrs. Clyde nodded. dread came into her eyes. "Now, Tootles, open your mouth," directed tho doctor, producing a lit-t- lo oblong metal contrivance. ot any sore froat," "I haven't objected the young lady. "No, but I want lo look at the thoughts inside your head," he explained mysteriously. Willi entire conlldenco the child opened her mouth as wide as possible, and Dr. Strong, setting tho in strunienl far back against her tongue, applied his eye to the other end. "All right, Tools," ho said, after a moment. "Get your breath, and then let mother look." Ho showed Mrs. Clyde how to press t lie tiny button setting aglow an electric lamp and lighting up the nasal passages above the throat, which were reflected on a mirror within the contrivance and thus made clear to the eye. Following his instructions, slio set her eye to the miniature telescope as the physician pressed it against the. little tongue. "Well, Bolfyj" said Dr. Slrpng, as (lie implement was again withdrawn, "you'vo got very nice thoughts inside that wiso little head of yours. Now you can continue bringing up your doll in the way she should go." As the door closed behind her, the mother turned to Dr. Strong. "Is she going to bo deaf?" she, asked breathlessly. "Of courso not," he reassured her. "That will be taken care of. What did you see above the back of llio throat?" "Little tilings like tiny stalactites hanging down." "Adenoids." "Whero could sho have gotten adenoids?" cried Mrs. Clyde. ""From her remotest imaginable ancestor, probably." "Why, aren't Ihey a disease?" "No. An Inheritance. Thu raco Probably has always had them. they'ro vestigial salivary glands, tho use of which wo'vo outgrown. Unfortunately they may overdevelop and block up the Then they have lo come out." For the first lime in tlio conference Grandma Sharpless gathered force and" speech. "Young man," she said solemnly rather accusingly, in fact "if the Lord put adenoids in the human nose he put 'em lliero for somo purpose." "Doubtless. Hut that purpose, whatever it may have been, no long er exists." "everything in tlio human body has somo use," she persisted. "Had," corrected Dr. Strong. "Not has. How about your appendix?" Mrs. Sharpless' appendix, liko tho wicked, had long since ceased from troubling, and was now at rest In alcohol in a doctor's office, having previous to tho change of location, given its original proprietress the ono bad scare of her life. Therefore, sho blinked, not boing provided wilh a ready answer. "The ancestors of man," said Dr. Strong, "wcro endowed with sundry organs, liko tho appendix and tho es. BACK TO THE BIBLE "The lllble la better worth reading; twenty tlmei than any oUier book U worth reading- - once." Albert S. Cook. Ph. D., LU D., profnur of KnglUh language and literature, Talo University. EDUCATION IN GREAT PRINCIPLES (President By CHARLES F. THWINO, Lt D. of Western Reserve University, Cleveland.) Tho college seeks to train men In the great principles, intellectual and moral. It does not seek to make lawyers, or doctors, or clergymen, or editors, or architects, or manufacturers. It doos seek to create and to discipline powers of Intel- lego does omphaslio: The student ts.: first, to be able to reason, and, second,, ho Is to be clean and honest In char- acter. lect, of will, of conscience, which may be applied In and adjusted to whatever special calling the student may Anally select It Is not a profess tonal school. It Is a preparation for a professional school. It Is both life and a preparation for life. But there are two things which, among and above all others, the col- adenoids, which civilized man is belter off without. And a civilized intelliman possesses a gence to tell him how to get rid of them, ho wisely docs so when it's necessary." "What have the adenoids to do wilh Deity's deafness?" asked Mr. God-given are absolutely essential. That theso great Intellectual and: moral principles shall bo applied In! and fitted to every task and condition, personal and public, Is the de- mand of both the Bible and of moderni edncatlon. (Copyrtg-ht1914. The niblo Is likewise concerned, with principles. It calls no man to a particular form of service It lays down np arbitrary standards of holl-- , ness. It numbers among Its dlsclplest bumble folk, dwelling In the obscure, alleys of small provincial towns, asi well as tho great ones found In tho( capital cities. Dut the niblo does demand that to whatever form of sorrlcoj one ts devoted ho shall bear thinking; and thoughttulness, a sense of faith-- , fulness and a good will. Whatever; else one may have, or whatever onei may lack, theso offerings and force by Joseph D. BowleSL) Clyde. "Kverylhing. They divert tlio thicken the tubes connecting throat and car, and interfere with tho hearing. Don't let that little dutlciency in keenness of car bother you, though. Most likely it will pass with the removal of the adenoids. Even if it shouldn't it is loo slight to be a handicap, lint I want llio child to bo repaired before any of the familiar and more serious adenoid difficulties are fixed on her'for life." "Arc there others?" asked Mrs. Clydo apprehensively. "Oh, every imaginable kind. How could it lie otherwise? Here's tlio very first principle of life, the breath, being diverted from its proper course, in tho mouth-breathe- r; isn't a general derangement of functions tlio inevitable result? The hearing is alTectcd, as I've shown you already. Tho body doesn't got its proper amount of oxygen, and the digestion suffers. The lungs ly draw their in the wrong way, and the lung capacity is diminished. The open mouth admits all kinds of dust particles which inflame the throat and make it hospitable to infection. By incorrect breathing the facial aspect of tlio mouth-breathis variously modi-ti- ed and always for tho worse; since tlio soft facial bones of youth aro altered by tho continual striking on tho roof of the of an mouth, which is pushed upward, distorting the whole face." "None of our children are distorted You won't And a better-lookilot anywhere," challenged Mrs. Sharpless, the grandmother's pride up in arms. None of them has had "True. overdeveloped adenoids, except Hetty. Tlio others ail breathe through their noses. See how different their mouths aro from Deity's lifting up-- J per lip very fascinating now, but later Well, I've gono so far as to prepare an object-lessfor you. rs Three extreme types of tho are hero'from school by my invitation to have somo lemonado and cakes. They aro outsido now. When they come in, I want eacli of you to make an analysis of one of them, without their seeing it of course. Talk with them about their work in school. You may get ideas Mrs. Sharpless, you from that. take tho taller of llio girls. Mrs. Clyde, you study tho shorter. Tho boy goes to you, Mr. Clyde." Tlio trio of visitors entered, somewhat mysliiled, hut delighted to bo tho guests of their friend, Dr. Strong, who bad a faculty of interest ing children. So shrewdly did lie divert and hold llieir attention that I hoy concluded their visit and left without having suspected llio scrutiny which they had undergone. "Now, Mrs. Clyde." said Dr. Strong, after tho good-bye- s were said, "what about your girl?" "Nothing in particular except that she's mortally homely and doesn't seem very bright." "Homely In what respect?'' to use a "Well, halchol-face- d, slang term." "It's not a slang 19ml any more; it's a medical term to describe, a typical result of It la oar candid opinion that many, Tho diversion of tlio breath destroys tho oven arch of tlio teotli, pushes a man has escaped a surgical operathe central teeth up, giving that tion becauso tho doctors dldnt think squirrcl-lik- o expression that is so ho bad tho prlca. mouth-breathinair-supper nt ng on mouth-breatheclub-footemouth-breathing. unpleasantly familiar, lengthens tho rnoiith from tho lower jaw's hanging down, mid sharpens tho wholo profile to nn edge, and an ugly one. Adenoids!" "My tall girl I thought at first was dull, but I found tho poor thing was a little deaf," said Grandma Sharpless. "She's got a horrid skin; so sallow and rough and pimply. I don't think her digestion is good. In fact, she said she had troublo with her stomach." "Naturally. Her teeth are all out of place from facial malformation g. caused by That means that site can't properly chew her food. That means in turn that her digestion must suffer. That, again, means a bad complexion and a debilitated constitution. Adenoidsl What's your analysis, Mr. Clyde?" "That boy? Ho's two grades behind whero he should be in school. It takes him some time to get tho drifl of anything that's said to him. I should judge his brain is weak. Anyway, I don't sec where ho keeps it. for tho upper part of his face is all wrong, the roof of the mouth is so push up. Tlio poor little chap's brain-va- n must bo contracted." "Perfectly correct, and all tho result of adenoids again. The boy is tlio worst examplo I've been able to find. But all three of the children aro terribly handicapped; ono by a painful homeliness, ono by a ruined digestion, and tlio boy by a mental deficiency and all simply and sololy because they were neglected by ignorant parents and still moro ignorant school authorities." "Would you have tho public schools deal with such details?" asked Mr. Clyde. "Certainly. Have you over heard what Golcr, tho Health Officer of Rochester, asked that city? 'Oughtn't wo to close tho schools and repair tlio children?' ho asked, and ho kept on asking, until now Rochester has a regular system of looking after the noses, mouths, and eyes of its young. They want their children, in that city, to start tho battlo of lifo in fighting trim." "Hut you don't see many misshapen children about," objected Mrs. Sharpless. "Then it's becnuso you don't look. Call to your mind Hogarth's caricatures. Do you remember that in his crowds there are always d, or humpbacked, or deformed people? In tlioso days such deformities wero very common becauso medical science didn't know how lo correct them in tlio young. Today facsial deformities, to tlio scientific eye, aro quilo as common, tho pot as obvious. Wo'ro just learn ing how lo correct them, and to know that tho halchet-fac- o is a' far moro serious clog on a human being's career than is, tlio clubfoot." "If Belly had a clubfoot, of courso " began Mrs. Clyde. "Of course, you'd havo it repaired at whatever cost of suffering. You'd submit her to a long and serious operation; and probably to llio constant pain of a rigid iron framo upon her leg for months, perhaps years. To nhvialo the doform-it- y you'd consider that not too high a price to pay, and rightly. Well, hero is Hie case of a more malformation, curable by a minor operation, without danger, mercifully quick, wilh only tho briefest nftor-elfec- u of pain, and you draw back from it. Why?" "Is is that nil that needs attention for our baby girl?" You and Your Family Need The Citizen Every Week Subscribe Today Pago Four. THE CITIZEN Oclnlior in, 1014. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BERBA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES fFall Suits,$18, $25 and We believe our Fall stocks comdown to $12, $15 prise the very things that college Very Smart Balmacans, $10 to $20 men and young men will want to are the Mackinaws, $8 to $12 wear. The most exacting tastes will surely meet with satisfacnew Florsheim Shoes, $5, $6 Tucked Shirts, $1, Just now wo have on exhibition BRECK & EVANS an attraotlvo lino of models In tail Nearly all of the Fire Insurance ored effects that aro particularly Companies have withdrawn from adapted for Immcdlato wear. Even the state, but Breck C& Evans If you don't want to buy you aro have some Old Strong Companies wclcomo to como In to look and that will furnish Any Kind of In get an advance insight Into tho milsurance you want. linery styles for early fall wear, tion here. $1.50, $2 J. S. STANIFER Hustle Cottage, the new homo of tho Fireside Industries, is undergoing repair this week. A new extension is being built to the rear of the building which adds greatly to its facilities. Down, down, down the price, go (ad' at Welch's. Mrs. J. C. Steele and litllo daughter Cleo returned from Louisville Wednesday. Mr. Durard Gott and Miss Ella Adams molorcd to Richmond Friday. . B. Tiplon Chastceu. yon of f.h.isUrn, was taken suddenly ill a few days ago and rushed to the Hospital under the care 'of Dr. Bot-ki- u. Heron's surgeon, who performed a very successful I hough dilll-cu- lt operation finding him in the His last stage of appendicitis. many friends will be pleased to know that he is now beyond danger and expected out soon. LOST. One gold class pin willi name "Nancy Tudor" and "Madison Finder! Institute I8'.U" engraved. please return same to Mrs. J. W.j (ad-IStephens. Mr. and Mrs. Olarkston and Mis Nina King motored lo Bnoneshor- ouh Sunday and speul the day. P. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY J. S. STANIFER THE OGG STUDIO O. C. PURKEY, Prop. Fish's (ad) DEATH OF MRS. NANCY J. WILLecturer Mrs. J. P. Kelsey and Miss Mary .1. W. Porter, editor, lecturer and LIAMS. Orogg of Somerset are visiting Mrs. Kelsey's sister, Mrs. Chas. I). Lewis. preacher will speak at the Berea Mrs. Williams was a nallvo of Wednesday, Kttov and Jackson Counties. Horn on Prof, and Mrs. Lewis are in Loudon Baptist Church attending the teachers institute and Thursday, and Friday, October 'Jlsl, in the former county Juno "7, IKTu. and sard. Houi' 7:00 p. in. Died at the home of her son David, visiting Miss 1'iey, a graduate of Berea, who is leaching in the Lou F.vcry one is cordially Invited to 105 South University St., Normal, come nod hear one of our greatest III.. Oct. II, HHi. She leaves a husdon High School. Mrs. flalcwood, who demonstrated High Class Photographs, Enlarging, Kodac Finishing Picture Framing Over Berea Bnk nd Trust Co. BARGAINS WATCHES WATCHES to Marcum's to got your Jew Go elry. Everything guaranlood. Prices & Coyle. the lowest, quality considered. Get that aluminum cooking waro (ad) Next door to Clarkston's Hard- at Welch's. Secretary Vaughn and Professor ware, Main Street. Francis O. Clark returiied Monday from Salyersville, Ky., whero L. & N. TIME TABLE they attended a school fair. They North Hound, Local both report the affair a great suc7:00 a. in. 10:55 p. in. cess. The fair gave an agricultural Knoxville 3:51 a. in. display that was well worth seeing. 1:07 p. m. HEHKA 7:15 a. in. 0:15 p. in. Cincinnati Dr. Steele of Welch's Drug Store, South Hound, Local was called lo Hvden. early this 8:15 p. in. week thru the serious illness of his 0:10 a. in. Cincinnati 12:37 p. in. 12:25 a. in. mother. UEIIEA 5:50 a. in. 7:00 p. in. Knoxville The J. C. Bowman family arc doing Express Train a thriving business making syrup No 33 will slop to lake on passenthis fall. Fifty gallons are report gers for Knoxville and points beyond. ed as having been put up so far, South Bound with more to follow. 8:00 a. in. Cincinnati Pure lard in 501b cans at Welch's 11:15 a.m. DEIIEA for $0.00. ad. No. 32 will slop at Berea to lako Mr. Sheldon Davis of Wilkesbarre, passengers for Cincinnati, O., and Pa arrived in on Berea last week and points beyond. is now enrolled as a student in the North Bound College department. 1:55 p. m. BEIIEA We are glad to see Mrs. Taylor in 8:50 p. in. Cincinnati our midst again. The old crowd says Berea didn't look quite right COMING EVENTS wK'n her absent. October Mrs. Sallie B. Hanson, of the TelBe10 7:30 p. in. General Faculty ephone Exchange, left last Thursday rea Students in Owsley County, Mrs. for Lafollete, Tenn, where her sis-Frost. Maude, is rather critically ill. Sunday Sellout Statt Con3 The new graded school, which vent ion. Lexington. opened Monday is reported doing 21 7:30 p. in. Exhibition by Ladies' tine. Literary Societies. Mr. C. C. Hbodus, who is now man31. Berea Corn Show. ager of the New Arlington Hotel November. at Norton, Va., was in town the II. Luceutn Number Strickland first of the week visiting old BeGillilnn. rea friends. 21. Lyceum Number Heading; Portland Cement at Welch's 55c. Gargbill Ueeoher. Miss Carlio Witt of Waco, has 20. Thanksgiving Hay. 0:15 a. m. been the gue-- t of Miss Blanche Procession. 10:00 a. in. Thanksgiv- Wilson, at her home on Center St.. ing Sermon and Praise meeting. the past week. 2:00 p. in. Sports. 5:30 p. in. DepartJudge J. H. Engle of McKeo spent mental Heceptions. 5:15 p. m. Din- soveral days in Berea the first of ner and Toasts. tho week. Get that stove at Welch's, (ad) Mr. Chas. D. Anderson of RichMrs. Jack Lazwell and little daughter returned to their home in mond, a former student here, was in town during the pharmacy meet Brush Creek War lias been declared on high this week. He is connected with (ad) the Perry Drug Store of Richmond. prices at Welch's. Mr. John Spivce, who came hero Mr. and Mrs. Harley Bower who were guests of Mr, and Mrs. V. II. from Indianapolis, Ind., about three Bower returned to their homo in weeks ago has taken up permanent residence, having moved into reMadisonville, Ohio. Mr. J. W. Hcrndon and Mrs. V. cently purchased property on RailII. Bower left Sunday for Owens-bor- o road St. Miss Myrtle Click, a graduate of wherq they will attend tho grand chapter of the Eastern Star, the Berea School of Nursing, was a visitor in town recently. Sho is this week. f Mrs. P. Kearns of Winchester, now located at Barbourville. Mrs. J. M. Early, who left two came Friday for a short visit with weeks ago for an extended trip in relatives and friends. flits South, returned Monday. Gasoline irons at Welch's, (ad) Eggs now 20c at Welch's. (ad) Mrs. J. 11. Jackson went to ttoeol-we- ll Mrs. S. E. Gilloy of Big Stone Gap, Sunday and was accompanvd home by her mother Mrs. Uiack, Va., visited her two sons, Milford and Dillard last week. .Both boys Monday. Mr. Earl Phillips of Wildie was in arc in school here. Tho Misses Evans and Smith, town Saturday. Miss Mabel Lewis entertained teachers of the Foundation Departyoung ment were Harlan, Ky., visitors last quito a number of her frierids at her homo, Friday even- week. Mr. Otto Ernberg left for New ing. Tho Priscilla Club met at Mrs. York City last week, where he will be employed this year. Together J. W. Herndon's homo Thursday. Mr. Jack Wood and Mr. Steward with his work ho is planning to carry several studies in one of tho city drove from Wildie Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. P. Cornelius and lit- Y. M. C. A.'s. Trunks, suit cases and all kind of tle daughter Helen, mado a busibags at Welch's. (ad) ness trip to Lexington Thursday, reMiss Grace Leo Cornelius returned turning Friday night. Man past 30 with horse and bug- last week from Fleming, Ky., where gy to sell Slock Condition powder she has been located the past sevWo aro glad to see in Madison County. Salary $70 per eral months. mouth. Address l Industrial Hldg., her back. Tho Messrs. John F. Trevett and Indianapolis. Iml. Mr. J. W. Corcoran, the Big Four Herbert Boguo of Casper, Wyo., arTraveling Passenger agent was in rived hero Saturday night to enter school for the fall. town Friday. Mr. Oscar Campbell Wyalt, who stoves, stoves at Welch's. Stoves, of August for Any kind, any price. (ad) left (be first Haltle Creek, Mich., returned to BeMr. Kin Herd came from his home rea tho latter part of last week and in Wilmington, N. C, last week and will again enter 60I100I. will enter the Academy Department. Chestiiuting is quito tho favorite Mr. Herd visited Berea the llrst of pastime, now duo to recent frosts. the summer in order to acquaint Quito a few parties havo gone out himself with tho. tho school. tho past week and all well Mr. J. C. Bowman very hospitably supplied with nuts. returned entertained the members of tho Vocational Department nt his home on BEREA HOUSES TO RENT Big Hill Pike last Thursday ovon-in- g. Tho collego has soveral houses to There was quite a crowd pres- rout at rales ranging from $3.00 to ent and all report a royal good $22.50 per month. (ad) time. Thomas J. Osborne, Treasurer. or 20-2ell go-w- ay (ad-IPO at Hichardson's Grocery Store last week left Sunday morning for Lex ington, where she will next perform her postum demonstration. Mr. .1. B. Hichardson has sold his grocery store to Mr. Cornell who will take charge soon. Mr. Hichardson will lake charge of the clothing store formerly occupied by Cor-ne- lt Southern orators. Outdoor Proaohing t'ucerlain weather drove the outdoor service into the Vocational Chapel lnt Sunday, where a small hut interested audience listened to nil interesting sermon by Brother Ktifghl and sang some good hymns. Next Sunday, the weather permitting, the meeting will be nt the Hamilton burying lot, a little south of the Scaffold Cane pike, just across the creek. This is an inler-estiplace, just being eleared by the College m as to command a good view of Berea and vicinity and be a good spot lo visit. Brother Knight's lent will be pitched there and the band will furnish music Lei every one be there al 3:30. ng band, four children, and eleven grandchildren to mourn her loss. UNION CHURCH NEWS She was stricken with paralysis "How Man Can Work with Ood and died with in a few days. and for (Sod" Is the sermon topic for next Sunday. Full house is the rule of the Christian I'.udeavor meetings. Come early if vou want a seal. Tin1 Annual Praise and Thank of. fering Meeting of the Women's Society, was held in the Parish House on Wednesday, October the fouileenth, at three-tlnrl- y o'clock. upon her exMrs. Frost periences of Hie summer, Mrs. 'told of her missionary work in South America and Miss Carrot hers smu. The Devotional I'.xercises were conducted bv Mrs. II. II. Roberts. Refreshments wore served at the close of the meeting. Mis-sioua- rv Wer-lenlvr- ITS YOUR SCHOOL lleiea Graded Public School op eneil last Monday; over two bun- - WAR! Declared on All High Prices at Welch's Good Roasted Coffee The meet nigs held at Harts h Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are continuing willi deepened interest. Next Sunday uighl in I he main chapel Dr. Roberts will .speak on Hie topic. "The Law Brings Happiness." Special music. PRISCILLA CLUB MEETS Best Pure Lard Best Dry Salt Meat Irish Potatoes Granulated Sugar -Gold Medal Flour -- per lb. 2l'2c " " 12 '..c " " per pk. 25c per lb. 7c per bag 75c 13'ic The third meeting of the Priscilla Club was held last Thursdav. Oct. Htli, at the country home of Mrs. J. W. Ilerndou. There were twenly-tw- o am) two members guests present mid all greatly en joyed the hospitality of Hie Main and Center Sti., Berea, Ky. Fish's Millinery The Style and Quality Line Phone your wants to 29 Now Ready to Show Ready - to - wear Apparel and Millinery in the Newest Designs and Models to ceedingly reasonable prices. Richmond, Kentucky meet the requirement of good taste in Dress at ExMr. J. W. Van Winkle of Ml. Ver- non was visiting with his children in town last week. We oie glad to announce tli.it Mrs. Wallace Adams, daughter of Mrs. V. Fish and Mrs. Mamie Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Hanson are again out anil going. It will bo recalled that they were stricken with appendicitis some .!;: s ago and taken to tho hospital by Dr. Botkin, who made successful operations in each case-Mr- s. Quinn and daughter of Waft were visiting at the first of tin week with their sister, Mrs. WiJ son on Center Street. They Who said high prices? have been cut to pieces at Welch's. (ad) We are just in receipt of n nice letter from one who claims the honor of suggesting tho name for The Citizen. She was a Berea worker from I8U7 to mil. She states that she called at every house and knew every person holh colored and white, but now sees many strange names (the Managing Editor's name not excluded) This is Mrs. i:. I). Hoe. .lr 's W. Ostrander Ave., Syracuse. N. Y. D. O. Bowman is nicely located in Cleveland and is hard al work. He wishes to be remembered lo his man) llerea friends. Phone all your wants lo 29. ad. died enrolled Hie first day; fifty-si- x in the primary department. You should have been there to see the happy lot of children. It was n great sight. It makes one feel good to think of the opportunity they B. E. BELUE & COMPANY hae. A fine, new building, entire new equipment, absolute sanitary con dition. It is something to be proud of ami a good place to send your children. You pay for it, send your children and get the benefit of it, it is your school. Next Monday afternoon at 2:30 we are going to have a dedication, a meeting for every one in Ilerei to attend; an afternoon of inspection, Come and see what you have and you will be happy for the children's (Sood sake if not for your own. speaking, inspiration, and uplift; words of encouragement from Mayor J. L. flay. Prof. Lewis will represent t i Trustees, President Frost will give us something lo think about and will do us good. County Sup!. II. II. Brock will talk on "The New Opportunity," Dr. Roberts, Mr, Knglish and Mr. Brown will give short talks. It will be a great afternoon, come out and see what you have, make a good inspection and if u find any fault tell the Trustees about it. Wo are at your service. Hoard of Trustees. PROUD LITTLE SCAMPS! Every last boy and girl in the land who ever has worn or ever will wear BUSTER BROWN is RIBBON SHOES proud of them. And for good reasons: They look Rood and feci better, and they wear well enough to keep the parent from frowning at the shoe expense, r The arc built to meet these very requirements. "Double wear in every pair." E CLARKSTON MAIN STREET, Near Bank A Large Writing Tablet Free with every pair bought in this month and next Hardware and Groceries BEREA, HAYES & GOTT "The Cash Store" KENTUCKY Berea's Carpenter Course Gives Skill and Earning Power i Id ' ocioiHir in, ion. THE CITIZEN Pago Five Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky COLUMBUS BUGGIES and MOGULL WAGONS Are the late arrivals which add two more members to the big family-AmeriFence, Oliver Chilled Plows, Foster Rangers and V. C. Fertilizers. Sold exclusively by can J ust to remind you of our Savings Department 4 per cent interest paid on any amount for any length of time in this department JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier An Automobile Free to You If you re lucky enough Jo submit tlie best article on GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES "Why Auto Boy Suits are Better" It cot you Motility to try. This machine It ghrn awny hy theniker "Auto lloy" Suits, for which we arc local agents. of R. H. CHRISMAN 'The Furniture Man" l'rlce I3.50, $3.50, $5.00, $7.50 Prices Always Right Hrlng In your hoy, anil let u fit him out. lie will look well, feel good, and run Ve you rtroud of him, in "Auto lloy" Clothes. Chestnut Street PUBLIC NOTICE Berea, Kentucky Frankfort, Secretary. J. C. Gilbert, Paducah, Treasurer; J. Orvillc Pat tcrson, Hawesvillo and J. H. Martin, Winchester. The purpose of the meeting is to give the annual stale examination for those desiring to enter the pharmacy profession and also to in augurale the new hoard member, who is appointed every year by the governor lo 1111 the vacancy left by the retiring member. Mr. Louis Diehl of Louisville is the appointee for this year.There were twenty or tnoro stud ents from various parts of the state present to take the examination which was given Tuesday. Be Saving of Water Water users have every reason to ho saving of this precious thing Contest blanks free. J. Main Street B. RICHARDSON NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE .... late- CORNETT & COYLE Berea, - Kentucky ,11. Berea, Kentucky SCHOOL MOUNTAIN DAY rt given by Mr. Win. Nolan, College News TENNIS TOURNAMENT What promises to bu a very inter- FOUNDATION representative of the educational department of the Victrola Co., Camden, N. J. TI10 first lyceum lecture was to have been given that evening but due to the sickness of one of the mouthers of the entertaining com pany it wa postponed and Mr. Nolan very ably supplied. The entertainment was greatly en joyed being both instructive and entertaining. Famous operas, na tional nuthems, folk songs and a number of choice readings wcro reproduced upon the Victrola with striking clearness and reality. esting contest lias taken shape ly In the form of a series of tennis tiMiritament.H anions students of tlie tlilTcronl departments. The various tournaments nmong htudenls of tlie courts located on the campus to the. left of Pearsons Hall. The contest is open to all desiring to tako part. Much interest has been manifested in the ulTair hy local tenuis lovers. The winner of the Dual tournament is to he granted a college II, the VICTROLA CONCERT standard Insignia of athletic prowA very pleasant evening was spent Up to date twenty-tw- o men ess. have, enrolled for entrance and Monday in die Main Chapel when there will probably bu a number the student body and townspeople gathered to listen to a Victrola cou more who will enter later on. The Foundation School students had (heir annual mountain day Monday. The same arrangements were made for the day as for last Monday when the oilier departments wagwent. Several double-teame- d ons were secured for the day to haul I lie picnickers out to the mountains. There were also quite a few walking parties. Although not so largo a crowd as the week before it was every bit as merry and all enjoyed (ho day to the fullest. Notice is hereby given that at the .November term of the Madison loimly Court, which is the second lay of .November. W. W. Hush, and illiers will petition the Madison Jointly Court lo establish a new oad viz: To begin on the Ilarker lane nl a point just south of the residence of .lolin Hawkins, and to run thence in a westerly direction over the lands of W. W. Hush, u distance of about of a mile, so as lo connect with the present county road leading to the Berea and Kingston pike at a point near Hiokory Plains School Hoiim'. iad-1J. fi. Baxter, County Itoad Engineer. one-four- th 8. for llto next two months. Our springs arc fed by the water which seeps out of the- saturated rocks of tho mountain around. Tlicso rocks are now nearly dry. A good rainfall of several hours will not do much towards saturating tho mountain rocks. Wo shall not have saturating rains until December and must plan for two months for a scanty supply. Do thoughtful and saving. - Advertisers are always willing to fall in line when they know omething doing at there is headquarters. Mr. Nolan is demonstrating lo the public, the great part which the STATE PHARMACY BOARD HERE graphophone is playing and is yet The Kentucky Stale Pharmacy to play as an educational factor in Board is holding its quarterly and the public schools of the land. He also annual session hero this week. Joe W. Stephens Meat Market FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES carried his point well by his choice The members with their respective. selection of records and his inter- ofllccs are: Itobin H. White, Mt Sterling, President; J. W. Gaylc, esting explanations of each. FARM AT AUCTION OCTOBER 24, 1914 At 10:00 a. m. Having decided to quit farming and leave the county, we will sell to the highest and best bidder, at our place at Wallaceton, Ky., five miles from Paint Lick and five miles from Berea, the following real and personal property: miles southwest of Wallaceton One tract of land located 1 on the Cartersville county road, and consisting of 45 acres. Has two room house, small barn, well watered, all under good fence, and in grass except 15 acres which is in corn, a very desirable small farm. 1- -2 Fruits and Vegetables Mill Feed, Flour and Mejd OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE. Main Street, Berea GIVE US A CALL IF YOU PURPOSE Opening a new bank account or shifting your old one, think "Berea National" a clean, growing bank that is seeking your business on its record. Capital $25,000. Surplus and profits $26,500. BEREA NATIONAL BANK BEREA, KENTUCKY About 90 bis. corn in shock. Some hay in 6tack. Two acres sugar cane in shock. One bay horse, 7 years old, combined, good worker, gentle and sound, 1C hands tall. One black horse, G years old, 16 bands tall, combined, good worker, gentle for women and children to handle and sound. One fancy driving horse, G years old, 16 hands tall, good worker, gentle and sound. hands tall, comOne brood niaro, 11 years old, 15 bined, gentle, sound and in foal to W. L. Todd's Jack. One horse colt coming 3 years old, baiter broken and a nice young horse. 1- -3 old mare mules. Two coming Two milch cows, one has two months old calf and both good milkers. Ono old sow, and 4 shoats weighing about 150 lbs. One good three inch farm wagon, complete with bed. Two good rubber tired buggies. Ono rubber tired Houghton cart, almost new. Two sots harness. Two sets wagon gears. One Stewart Horso Clippor, with blade grinder and extra knife. Farm implements, saddled, plows, harrows and other things too numerous to mention. Neighbors will also have eight head of yearling cattle, mules and other stock on the grounds for sale. Just Plain Folks "Just good plain, common folks." How often you bear the expression, and its a pretty fair compliment too. That's Just what we strive to be at this bank. We do not permit any "frills." We are a part of the community, and we want you to feci 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, everyday business and accommodation. Come right in, you are welcome. Terms made known on day of sale. WILLIAM ASHER & SONS CHRIS WINKLER, Auctioneer JACKSON COUNTY BANK McKee, Kentucky Berea's Home Science Courses Make Happy Homes Pago Six. THK CITIZEN PROCLAMATION BY NOR October THE GOVER- 15, 101 1. At Iho last meeting of tho floneral Assembly of Kentucky, I reeom-mende- il tlinl a Kentucky Illiteracy Commission lm nppolnlccl nnd authorized In imiuiro Into nnd alleviate the condition of I lie ndult Author of ring in the State, and Mrs. Cora WATERS," THE FIGHTING FOOL," "HIDDEN aWilson Stewart, Chairman; Miss a "THE TEXICAN," Etc Lewis, Doctor ,1, (1. Crabbo and Illustrations by DON J. LAVIN President It. II. Cherry wero appointed as members of tho Commission. Tbis Commission bns in(Coortliht. Mil br Frank A. Muntcr.1 augurated a Stale campaign. Mrs. I "What you buy with nil that?" ho Stewart being Iho active leader In "No, sonor," ho replied, "I havo no Have turned Met nnd relocated claim, In a moment he saw what such a such criminal. I havo a Mexican work- inquired with ft friendly grin; "grub?" I bo elToiis to stamp out illiteracy HOOKK1U mnva Trnnlit mitnn tr m t n Trnitrn "No, senor,' answered Amigo, knot- through moonlight schools and oth ing for mo who Is nno of tho best 11 wa country ,d, not hls1,aa,t card- - n,n'1 ho woko sud. and the Eagle Tall-a- nd I'pon their call for miners In Sonora, and that Is nil I ting tho precious gold In a handkor-chief- ; er methods. ,md Aro lieuililiiiK In a doon lands, denly from his calm. 0XPfct tv,ltt. b "cartridges!" know about him." volunteers about one thousand Bnd ho "Here now," ho said, ecowlfng -- s ha nRa "st h,l?1 fron 'hou "What for?" queried Dud, nnd then teachers offered their services and Where brother lifts his sword 'gainst "A Mexican?" repeated Del Itey, could sco his finish, but his naturo brother waa Amigo who smiled. arching his eyebrows. saw that sho was laughing at him. drovo him to fight on. All that "Excuse mo, it are leaching' or making arrangee And kindred blood will streak tho "To kill Mexicans with!" ho replied, ments to teach mado mo and Phil enough B(m had to do now was to have him sir, but it is my business to know at night, nnd others sands. trouble. You let that boy nlone, summoned for military service, and ovcry man in this district, nnd ho Is nnd in thoso words llookrtr read tho are daily offering their services. no Mexican, but a Yaqul. Moreover, secret of his thrift. singing savvy?" Del Key would do the rest. The chairman, and leader in this Tor whet her fierman uhlans Whilo hie wild brethren fought In Ho stooped toward her as he spoke, Die Wacht am Illicit! along their Then ho could take over tho mine, ho Is a fugitive and an outlaw, and If ho had not been enlisted with tho fed- tho hills or prepared for tho battles to great work lias Informed mo Hint fixing her with masterful eyes that ' moro formality or so It scorned way, had tamed many a bad horso and man, BUt between Aragon and his mlno erals I should havo arrested him when como, it was his part to earn tho the Kentucky Kducational Associ- Or French dragoons may bo Intonmonoy that should keep thorn In am- ation, the Kentucky Press Associaand she shrank away Instinctively. gtood tho Teias blood. Hooker had ho passed through Fortuna, So I warn ing Then sho glanced at him shyly and bccn crowdcd to tho wall, and ho was you, sir, not to hide him, or you will munition. It was for that, ln tact, that tion, I lie Kdnlucky Federation of The martini strains of Marseillaise, Porflrlo Diaz had sclrcd all tho peace- Women's Clubs, and I lie Society of bo liable to the law." edged over toward tho open door. mn(j enough to fight. "I will do what I please, Mr. Hook-- 1 "I'm not hiding him," protested ful Yaquls In a night and shipped them Colonial Dames aro taking much in- Today their patriot breasts inspirTno ncw8 0f j)0 Lancey's desertion ing, cr," sho returned, balancing on tho followed nulckly after his flight It Hooker scornfully. "I'm just hiring to Yucatan for be saw that whilo terest and aro performing much t verge of flight. Kach with his own Iho perils carao over tno federal wires In a re- him as a miner, nnd nny tlrao you wnnt they wero working tho wild Yaquls valuable service, and that many "All right," Pud came back; "but port to Manuel del Hoy but by tho him you con como and get him. IIo's would never lack. brave. iu the State All tho tlmo that Amigo bnd been other organizations don't you call mo In on It. You've time It got to Aragon that gentleman up ln tho rocks there somewhere Tomorrow friend and foe will moulmado a fool of Phil I suppose you'd waa too late. They rodo Into camp now." doing two men's work nnd taring on seem interested. Tlie aim of (he der Ilko to get mo, too. Then your father tho next day Aragon nnd tho captain "Sol" exclaimed the captain, glanc- tho prlro of a shirt ho had held that Kentucky Illiteracy Commission is Within a couum hero's gravel ing uneasily at tho hillelde, "I did not cheerful dream in bis mind to kUl noble and exalted and of Hie great would grab our mlno." of tho rurales nnd at tho first glimpse "What do you mean?" Bho chal- of that hated uniform Amigo waa off think but many thanks, scnor, an- moro Mexicans! est' benelll, and there is no subject While thus their native sons aro bleeding lenged, turning back upon htm. other tlmo will do as well." Yet, dcsplto tho savagery In him, of more importance or of innrn far- -- ln every continental state, "I mean this," responded Hooker Ilko a buck. Dud went out sullenly Ho reined his horse away aa ho Hooker had como to Ilko tho Yaqul, reaching fnlluence limit the elimiwarmlv. "Phil holds tho title to our l' meet tlicm, Ills Slack mood snowing Bpoko and, with a Jerk of tho head to and lift liked him still. May wo of neutral soil endeavor With tho nation of illiteracy from our Stale. lowering eyes, and ho halted Aragon, rodo rapidly down tho can rur.alce on his trail It was ln mine. If ho deserts ho loses his Mexl- butter that To heal their wounds of strife and can citizenship nnd his claim is no 'hom by tho savagery of his cursing, yon. Aragon lingered to retrieve his ho should go, but Dud wnnted him to We should educate all of our peohale. "You cock eyed old reprobate," ho fallen years good. Put you don't need to think that t and then, seeming to return. So, knowing tho slmplo hon- ple. HioMt under twenty-on- e limyour father will get tho mlno then, be- - i snarled, advancing threateningly upon think better of his deslro to speak, ho esty of Indians, ho brought out his of age. and those upwards of twen Tho tied Cross knows no hostile its. tho paling Aragon, "this makes threo mado a slnglo vlndlctlvo gesturo and own sp&ro platol and pltced to whin mo first!" cause he'll have years of age. The iierne- it in Ami- Kach country's sorrows aro their " she sneered: "so that la times you've como Into my camp and set spurs to his champing horue. go's hands. Often ho had seen him luity of our free institutions de brought your gun with you! Now take own. what yoiraro thinking of? You are a It was mrely a fling of tho hand, as gazing at It longingly, for It was light pends upon the intelligence and virnejei ca. cropping suuaen y Bpontaneoua a9 n BRh or a frown but I cr than hu heavy Mauser osd better tue of the people. They seek but fluid where hearts truo gringo, Mr. Hooker always There are 20H,-IInto Spanish. ' Take that gun off-- do thinking about the money!" ,n u ooker read tho Iaat exaspcratlon for tno Journc,. are bleeding, men and women in our State "Yes." returned Bud: "and even at 'ou understand? of the bpanlard and His declaration of And deeds of kindness may bo "Here," ho said, "I will lend you my who cannot rend and write, and of that I believe your old man will best ; So violent and unexpected was his war to the knife. Hu bared his strong pistol and you can glvo It to me when sown. whose intelligent efforts along Hie Into a teeth In reply and hissed out a blight- - you come back." i assault that It throw Aragon me!" Theirs is n task of panic, and even Manuel del Itey soft Sho laughed again, with eudden lng curse, nnd then Aagon was gone. "Sure!" atwwered tho Indian, hang-Tha- t lines of education, religion and To ene the pain of young nnd old; caprlclousncss, and stood tapping tho ened his manner as he Inquired Into evening, aa tho darkness came inK it on his hlo: "adlosl" general development and advance For every deed of mercy given tho cause. floor with her foot. on ana ino canyon Became nusnea ana They shook hand then, and tho meul the State is deprived, and this They do not ask their pound of "Never mind," "Ah, I see," she said at length, gazanswered Bud, Yaqul disappeared in tho darkness, ln ennlitutes a dcploKihlc situation gold. ing at him reproachfully; "you think smiling crustily as Aragon laid aside still Bud built n big fire and stood bethe morning, when a squad of rurales and presents a great and urgent fore it, his rugged form silhouetted You I am working for my father. closed In on tho camp, they found need which should be promptly met Tho wounded peasant lad recoivclh against the flames. And soon, ns quiet think I got poor Phil Into all this loving tender caro As much as a fox, tho Yaqul appeared from the nothing but his great tracks in the and relieved. Instruction should As lie whosotheir trouble In order to cheat him uf bis dust. Jeweled docorations gloom. be offered to the mothers for their mine. But let me tell you, Senor Attest him as a royal heir. "Did ho como for me?" ho asked, Gringo," sho cried with sudden fire, own sake and for the sake of their advancing warily Into tho firelight, Well may our land of peace and CHAPTER XIX. "that I did not! I have nothing to do children and the lienellt of the "that capltan?" plenty with my father and his schemes. But ,, .. .. i. .J n waa Juno and tho windstorms Stale; it should be offered to tin Send forth its legions to tho Held, 'ics," answered Uud, "and for me, 11 JUU uu iiut irusb mu i fathers for their own sake and for too. But you must havo known him which had swept In from tho Not witli the battle ax uplifted, She turned dramatically to go, but Amigo he teems to bo afraid cast died away. No more, as in tho the sake of increasing their earn when Hooker made no effort to stay Hut ns the bearers of tho shield! of you." months that had passed, did tho dust- - ing capacity and promoting home her she returned once moro to the atA smile of satisfaction passed over pillar rise from tho dump of the For-th- comforts, and for the snke of a more A hundred crimson Melds aro calltack. ing, swarthy face, of tho Indian at this, tuna mill and go swirling up tho can- - intelligent exercise of the right of "No," she said, "It was because bo A thousand bleeding forms in vain and then tho lines becamo grim again. yon. was' an American because he was suffrage so as to help maintain good His eyes glowed with the light of soma Am pleading in their lying moments A great cals and heat settled' over brave that I put my faith ln Phil. great purpose, and for the first tlmo theJharaMod land, and aboro tho far government for the Stale. Instruc For some kind hand to case their men are cowards they These Mexican lion should be offered to the young since ho bad been with Bud ho drew pain. are afraid to stand up and fight! But blue nail of tho Sierras tho first thunmen and young women who have aside the veil from hla past. Philip dared to make love to me ho der caps of tho rainy season rose up missed opportunities earlier iu life. Scud forth those messengers of "Yes," ho said, nodding significantly, dared to sing to mo at night and 'mercy "tho rural le afraid. Ho knows I havo till they obscured the sky. Then, with but may yet take hold of instrucwhen Manuel del Itey tried to stop him To every battle-ridde- n a rush of conflicting winds, a leaden shore, come to kill him." tion and make achievements. Tlx he stood up and made a fight! He squatted by tho flro and poured silence, and a crash of flickering light, instruction of all the illiterates iu And let them hoist their holy em"Ah, that Is what I admire a man tho blem out a cup of coffee, still brooding over gonestorm burst ln tropic fury and was the Stale will not only give to Ken who is brave! And let mo tell you, as quickly as It bad come. Till men shall battle nevermore. his thoughts then, with a swift gesSenor Hooker, I shall always love your So, while tho rich landowners of tho lucky higher rank, educationally, And when the Una! page Is written, ture, he laid open his shirt and pointed friend! If I could run away I would hot country sat Idle and watched It among the States, but will u'ive her to a scar along the ribs. Of victor's gains and vanquished marry him tomorrow; but this cur, grow, another storm gathered behind a new and distinct position as the "He shot me there," ho said. loss, Manuel del Rey, stands ln the way. tho distant Sierras; and, as empty llrst Commonwealth which has ever "And so you have como to kill him?" Even my own father is against me. rumors lulled them to a falso security, attempted to accomplish miuIi a You'll tlud among tho gcatcbt he"Yes," answered Amigo; "but not But I don't care I don't care what roes suddenly from tho north camo tho great and important now. Tomorrow I go to my people work. I call happens only do not think that I am nows of dashing raids, of railroads These earnest wearers of the I muet tako them my money first." upon all to help in the cause of ed not yeur friend!" cut, troops Cross. "Have you got a wife?" asked Hook- der occupiedrouted, and tho whole bor- ucation of those under twenty-on- o Sho paused now and glanced at him by swarming rebels. er, forgetting for once his accustomed years of ago and those upward of shyly, and as her eloquent eyes met Nothing on the Prntidcnt. In a day the southern country was reserve. twenty-on- o his own Bud felt suddenly that she years of age. and I an ,rnKM nt lie- - lnitiiiin hide "f Presi"No," grumbled Amiga, shaking his Isolated and cut off from cscapo and, was sincere. The gnawing and corro- "Take That Gun Off, Do You Underwin nut fur whilo tho hordes of Chihuahua lnsur-recto-s peal to every public and private dent Viltflin. the head sadly, "no wife." sive doubts that had eaten at his heart stand?" laid siege to Agua Ncgra, tho teacher, every professor in our ii ride III bis mitoinoblle one nf lemooti. "Oh, you tako your money to your fell away, and ho saw her now ln her The lliilehim itil u Mutlll liny xtntiil-lnbelated Spanish haclendados came high schools, colleges and univertrue beauty, with no uneasy thoughts his arms; "I know that hombre well! father and mother." the loud. scuttling once moro to Fortuna, There, sities, all public oillcers, every rep"No. No father no mother nadle!" of treachery to poison his honest love. Now what can I do for you, capltan?" what that boy did "I Mil you notli-Ho threw up his open hands to sig- at least, was an American town whore resentative of the press, every pro"I believe you, lady," he eald. "And iixked. when we paxied '?" the "Bo so kind as to take your band tho courngo of tho Anglo-Saxowould did not " "No. Mr. I'm glad to know you," he added, tak- from your belt," replied Del Hey with nify that all were gono, and Hooker protect their women In extremity. And, fessional man, every farmer, mesaid no more. For three months and if worst came ing off his hat and bowing awkwardly. a smile that was Intended to placate. "lie made n fare nt me." to worst, It was better chanic and business man. and cverv more bo had worked alongstdo this "Anything I can do for you, don't hesi- "Ah, thank you excuse my nerves exclaimed the shock"Is It pay ransom to generals woman who loves the blessings of Yaqul and only onco had to tate to ask for it only I can't go now I can tell you the news. I regret giant, silent than to fall victims to bandits and loot- education, and all who desire to ed companion. "I didn't olnerve Inm." against my pardners on this mine." "He did." said the president. "Hilt to inform you, senor, that your friend, he sensed his past. That was when ers. promote religion, science, literature did oii notice h it I did?" He bowed again and retreated De Lancey, has deserted from my com- Amigo had torn his eblrt in lifting, As the bass roar of tho great whistle or art, or advance progress or imWo. Hlr." toward the door, but she followed him mand, taking his arms and equipment and across tho rippling muscles of his reverberated over tho hills Bud Hook- provement in any line, all who de"Well." answered the preldent 1it-pllimpulsively. with him. In case- ho Is captured he back there bad been shows tho long er left his lonely camp almost gladly, sire to lessen crime, to help whlto walo of a whip. in the "I made n face rlulit back ut "Shake sands," she said, holding out will be shot as a deserter." t safe great work of leaching adult illithiy It was tho mark of his former and with bis hard-wolivening Post. both her own, "and will you help me?" re"Your news is old, capltan," beneath his belt, went galloping into erates, both mate peoand female, to "Sure!" answered Bud, and as her joined Hooker. "I knew it two days slavery when, with tho rest of hisheno-quo- n town. tho to write and spell and enA Quaint Reqqett. soft fingers closed on his he took them ago. And you can tell Mr. Aragon ple, ho had been deported toflogged by Not for three weeks not since ho read and fields of Yucatan and courage them to seek knowledge On the night when K. A. Sotberu gently, for fear that be might crush that It Is no use for him to try to get lothe overseer's lash and Amigo was received tho wire from Phil and (father of our own II. II. of the name) them and never know. this mine I became a Mexican citizen ashamed of It, But now that bo was cated tho Eagle Tall mlno bad he and adil to their acquirements hy llrst III Allierlen be foiled to yesterday and located it myself." about to go, Bud mado bold to ask him dared to leavo hie claim. Iluralea, out- moonlight schools and by illumi- please Ills public. Toward Ihe end of "So wo learned," responded Hie cap- one more question, to set bis mind at laws and Mexican patriots had dropped nated school Ihouses where educatain suavely. "It wae part of my rest. In from day to day and eaten up most tion is as free as Hie air we breathe, the play the audience hoeuino openly derlsUe. Sotlieru, who was then errand today to ask it you would not CHAPTER XVIII. of his food, but none of them bad and where all may como to edify "Perhaps this captain killed your known as I longings Stewart, nothing enlist ln my company of rurales." caught him napping, and ho had no In- themselves aud drink of the founpeople?" daunted, Mopped out of the character "Muchas graclaB, capltan," anA month of weary waiting followed "No, senor," answered Amigo quiet- tention that they should. assuming Unit he had got Into II all tain of tho water of life freely. with heavy irony. ."I ly; "they that day of days in Fortuna, and still swered Hooker A conspiracy had sprung up to get died." lu lesdimorry whereof, I havo and said: thero wae no word from Phil. Bernardo do not care to!" rid of hi in, to harry him out of tho Ho spoke the words simply, but "Ladles nnd gentlemen. If you will Bravo and his rebel raiders passed I country, "But your friend" protested Man- thero wan somethlnK ln hie voice and behind it was Aragon, caused these letters to bo made will go through tho mountains to the east, and uel del Itey with an Insinuating smile. brought up images of tho past-- that I Hut now, with tho big whlstlo blowing, patent and seal of tho Common- let me llnMi the perforiiiiiuce ot home and learn how to net." nows camo of heavy fighting In Chi"My friend was in Jail," put ln Bud; peaceful Yaquls, seized at every ranch Aragon would havo other concerns. to bo hereunto alllxed. Done wealth huahua. Don Clprlano Aragon moved "he was to bo shot at sunrise. But In Sonora on a cortaln night; of long Ho hnd his wlfa and daughter, tho at l'raukfort tho "1st day of SepHo Got Hit. his family back to his hacienda and mlra, amigo, I am not In jail, and, marches overland, prodded on by beautiful Gracla, to hurry to tho town, tember, iu tho year of our Lord ouo Many enrs airo la llostoti Manslleld Gracla became only a dream. furthermore, I do not Intend to bo." guards; of tho crowded and perhaps tho thought of being thousand, nine hundred and four- hud tin nltiicli of tanti ilniM when .John rurales and Then, one day, aa Hooker and tho "That Is very credltablo to you," prison-shipfrom which tho most an- - j caught and held for ransom would teen, and iu tho ouo hundred aud Stetson. Hie .Mr. .Malaprop of tils time, Yaqul were Industriously pounding out laughed Del Itey; "but even then you burled themselves Into tho tor him from stealing mines. So rea-se- twenty third year of tho Common- after Tom Mngulrc's death, was mangold, a messenger came out from town aro entitled to enlist. The country Is j soncd Dud, and, dragging n roluctnnt and then tho awful years of ager of the ilusiter In which our genius with a telegram in his hand. full of turbulent fellows who havo to i Blavery in the poisoned tropics, until l behind him, ho camo rid- - wealth. was pla.lng. Stetson had a kind of Seal) Jamos II. McCronry, Am ln Gadsden. No chance to hold bo caugut or Killed, come now, you oniy the hardiest wero left, lng iu for supplied profane eiiildiiiKU that yeeined lit times , ....... . . . mine Kruger says quit P. i. i Oovernor. to Kiigiccxt uy iuubu iu uuuuroiuuu in urruuu At tho store ho bought flour and cofAmigo bad seen It all, as tho scars the mighty tread of a behe"No I'll be 'samed if I do!" mut hard for me?" C. I'. Crecelius, tho moth on the trembling earth. When a tered Bud. Then he sat down to think, i "No, senor," returned Bud grimly, on his broad back proved but ho fee and most. other things which ho Secretary of State. Macedonian cry for help ns against As ho was passing by withdrew now Into sllenco und left bis needed "Amigo," ho eald to the Yaqul, "aro j nothing of your errand. But thoughts unsaid. As ho sat thero by tho hotel Don Juan da Dlos halted him Cecil II. Vausaul, Manslleld reached him he dropped his you a Mexican citizen? Can you get "I know this I do know, I have done nothing the flro, one long, black hand bold out for a moment, ruHhlng out and thrustAssistant Secretary of Stato. Inevitable glaxM of gin ami water ami title to mine?" for which I can bo arrested, and It any to keep tin gleam from his eyes, 'ho ing a bundle of letters Into his hands started Mauewanl. Half an hour later "Mo a Mexican?" repeated Amigo, nnny " tries Tru Earnettnoi. hcoincrKcd from behind with perspiratapping himself on the chest. "No, manhooked to make (no Join tho belt and mado a noble figure, but the Ynquql and hurrying buck into tho house, as ho his thumb into his Onco uiKin a tlmo a niiiiiII boy about tion trickling down his nose. being detected lu such an bongs whloh he had crooned on other if feurful of senor! Seguro quo no!" regarded tho captain fixedly, years eld was taken to the church three nights wero forgotten, and ho hold act of friendship. "Well, by .Hireling .llggcrx!" lie pant-d- . "All right then," observed Bud bitto bo baptized. Ah mrmi iih hu caught "Ah, very well," "said Del Itey, Jork-ln- g himself ter.no and still. Then at last "Vou fellers miy I'm n kicker, but (To bo continued) terly, "hero goes nothing nowhere! sight of thu bowl of water In tho min- I'm a partxly compared to Mniwfleld." his waxed mustachlos, "I will not ho rose and gazed at Dud. I'll turn Mexican myself!" ister's tin ul he remembered his anGregarious Man. "You pay ma my money," ho said. He passed tho messenger on tho way press tho matter. But I understand you "I go now." Ho had been calling for somo tlmo, tipathy for tho bathtub nnd straight-turto town, took out his first papers as a from ono of my men, senor, that Source! of Inspiration. himself up for thu attack. "Suro," answered Dud, nnd after bo and sho thought sho would glvo him u citizen, picked up tho mineral agent's nre harboring a dangerous criminal "Whut'H tho difference between a When the minister npproiiched him, expert on tho way back, and located lioro tho same man, perhaps, whom I had weighed out tho equivalent In gentle hint. saw ruuulug up tho canyon?" gold on his scales ho flipped ln somo "It U not good for man to live nlone," reverently dipping his hand In tho wa- Mntesiuau and lu orator?" the Eagle Tall in Ms own name. "Ono eotisults the lawbooks nnd tho ter, the little fellow said: Ho smiled meaningly at this, but mora for luck aud gavo htm a sack to she Hiilii. riding back to camp ho wired to "If you put toup la my ejes I'll bus liber the thesaurus." Washington "That's why we havo clubs," ho ro-- t bold It, Bud waa swift to defend his Yaqul. Kruger: Btur. ponded calmly. Kansas City Journal. you open." National Monthly. The Land of Broken Promises COOLIDGE By DANE '-Vi Story of the AMexico,, Revolution Kl-l- Tho Hour of the Rod Cross Milwaukee physician, Dr. J. H. JtuiRC, is the niilhor of tho follovvInK poem, entitled "Tho Hour of tho Hod Cross," which appears In tho Kuro-peWar Nutnlier of tho American lied Cross Magazine: Arising millions from their languor Aro pressing swiftly to tho fore, Throughout nil Kuropo jounds thu slogan: "Awake, (ho few Is nt your door!" Titanic aro Iho fates that follow The kindling of this awful spark; A Cod alone can see the futtiro Of nations groping in tho dark. This is n light whero homo nnd A an lt0 Ara-you'v- , i gun-bel- ty-o- ne I WJ I self-deni- . south-befor- o I pri-lil- rlit g f pre-Ide- lit Pre-ddeii- 1 red-fla- gold-dus- hlinr-Sattiri- 1 J s I pack-anima- I d Do-fo- re October 15, 101 1. THE CITIZEN Pago Seven. IN THE HOME Children's Column BREAD UPON SPELLING A BOWSEITSASYLUM It Is to Bo. KITTEN. SIXDOORS FOR ASPIRJNGJTOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door dear litllo girl, Willi her brain in n wjilrl, Was asked tho word "kitten" spell. THE WATERS. lo a Haven of Rest For Homeless Dogs. BUT COMPLICATIONS ARISE. Of course you lmvo hoard of Freder ick tho Orent how ho wan born In Berlin nioro thnn 175 yenrs ago nnd bow unhappy ho was for tho first twenty-livyenrs of Ills life, how his father hated lilm nnd threw plates at him during dinner nnd how once upon finding lilm phiylng tho lluto ho broke It Herons his back. Hut nt Inst when Frederick wns twenty-eigh- t his cruel parent died, and then ho became king of Prussia, lie VERSE FOR THIS WEEK wns n very good inonnrch, encouraged arts and sciences nnd built tieniitlful Tlioy are ulavca wlio daro not palaces, somo of wlilcli nro occupied speak today by the roynl family. Ho ndmlr-oA RHYME Of THE YEAR. For llio fallen and the weak: (Jcueral Oeorgo Wnslilngton greatI Tlioy aro slaves who will not January January ly nnd In proof of It sent him n Though cold, you havo no law. cIioojo word on wblrb wns engraved, You mako us frcczo Hatred, scoinng and abuse, "From tlio oldest general to tho greaJust when you ploaso, test" Ho never dressed well, howItatlicr than in silence shrink, ever, ns ho cared nothing nbout his And then you go and thaw. From llio trtilh they needs must appenrancc nnd often wore nn old yelthink. low vest until It wns entirely covered February February I Tlioy aro slaves who daro not bo with Hpots. I think It's very queer In tho right with two or three. So It never occurred to rngged, dirty That on tho way Lowell. llttlo Antonio that he wns speaking to You loso a day, tlio ruler of Prussia when ho met blm And find it in leap-yea- r. Killing oil tho Raco walking ou tho terrace near tho river Berea's Vocational Schools sho said, And thought sho hnd dono very well "Has killcn i's?" And tho teacher's surpriso was With mirth and impatlcnco blent. "My kilty has two," Said Marjory Lou, And sho looked ns sho fell quite content. St. Nicholas. e Thete Are Followed by Something Worte, and Mrs. Bowier li Unable to Refrain From a Few Remarks of an Ironical Nature. 18H, Training that adds to your money-earnin- g power, combined wita general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commercial FOR YOUNG LADIES Horn Science, Dressmaking, Cooking. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. d 1 liand-som- o 1 tho Christian era till llio present llino, ns statists and historians tell u, there havo been less than' 210 warless years. Up to llio midillo of, tho i'Jth century, it was roughly computed (bat nearly men had died in baltlo since tho beginning of recorded history, a nunilier equal to nlomst five times llio present estimated population of tho globe Tho Christian Herald. From Oh', windy March I you aro loo loud, You do make such a noise, You frisk nbout, Now in, now out, It's worso lhan girls and boys. Cry-baby April comes along, You never can tell whether Sho's going lo smile, Or cry nwhllo Sho has such funny wcalhcr. Then lilllc Mny comes tripping in. God Uncertain as her namo is; Mid snioko and din, and shot and Wo May havo snow, shell, The wind May blow, Through nil llio noises of a hell Or May bo lots of daisies. The curse, tho groan, tho battle-crOur prayers go toward tho far bluo Oh, lovely Juno! oh, lovely Junol sky, You'ro everything together! O Lord, to ask lhal wo may bo Your skies so fair, . From pain, and care, and sorrow-freeYour flowers so rare, Oh, stay, delightful weathcrl Until al last wo como lo dwell Near Iheo on high. Please find us fans now, hot July, Tho "Fourth" is almost here; God of llio multitudes Hint groan, Let's sit up lato ' And yet strive on whore cannon To celebrate rolls, You como but once a year. Where death hews down its bloody Inlla Oh, August! you'vo n lovely moon. I wonder whero you found it; Whoso weary hearts begin lo moan Amid tho battlo's sullen drono. So big nnd bright O Father, hear our humblo praycrl For many n night, iirntoci HiU country brichl and fair! And then a ring around il. Wo lean our swords, wo lean our souls. September, you'd bo very nice, Amen. On then alone. But, always, as a rulo Margaret K. Sangslcr, Jr., in Tho Thai when our fun Christian Herald. Seems just begun, You lake us back lo school. Gifts on Shelves Thus, Mary pointed out to us, very October, wherc's your friend, Jack nnlnllv. tho way of blessing, "i used Frost?, in think." says F. 11. Foster, "that You nlways como together, God's gifts were on shelves one abovo With lovely leaves tho other, ami thai tlio taner wo On all tho Irces, grew in Christian character the And hazy, dreamy weather. wo should reach lliem. i easier find now thai God's gifts aro on November, you'ro almost loo dull, fiholvL's ono beneath tho other, nnd And cold, and damp, and drear; not a question of growing that it is Tho lurkoys say and taller, but of stooping lower, Thanksgiving Day wo havo to go down, always that Tlioy dread through all llio year. gifts." Down down, lo got bis best like Mary, bent in humility, love, Oh I dear December, hurry on, at tho feet and Joyful on, please on, picaso come of our Iledeemcr. Tho Christian quick! Herald. Bring siww so white, Dring (Ires so bright, Thn Now Product And bring us good SI. Nick I A good education will teach us how to work. Much education nas School Friends been taken ns showing us a way to Companionships! Chooso then Tho biggest thing avoid work. lifo has been vacation carefully. This lesson conies near about school timn. Tim nnnils havo gotlon tho tho beginning of tho school year. conviction lhal i'f they trained their What crowd will you bo identiilcd brains sufficiently tlioy would noi with? Don't bo a prig, but let it bo havo lo uso thoir hands. Tlioy havo understood that you do not like been mndo to feel in somo subtlo things that aro "off color"; that way that labor is n disgrnco nnd things wliioh aro ungodly, sinful, and tlinL hibnrine ttconlo nio to 1)0 which spring from scorn of what is nconlo pure and holy nro distasteful to you bv "successful" Thn nnwnr education recognizes Chooso companions who will help work as llio basis of life, it socks you most. Thon ho tho kind of n to cqualizo tho burdens of tho person who will mako tho choicest world's work and is also interested and most helpful companion for llio gain3 of the others. Tho Christian Herald. in equalizing world's work. It trains workers, Guides to Success not shirkers. The Christian Herald. In picking out your career, consider tho things you liko to do, the Items ot Interest The Chinese agency of llio Amor things you can do best. God gavo ican lliblo society disposed of near you theso aptitudes, and they aro to ly ono million copies of llio Scrip- bo followed, not fought; though you tures in tho first six months of 1013. may havo to servo n long np About llvo million Diblc3 or portions pronticeship in doing things you of tho lliblo In Chincso wero issued don't liko boforo you can swing out fully into doing tho tilings you do by tbrco lliblc societies in 1013. Do what you can do best. 150 years of British rulo in After Go where you aro most needed. India llio Indians who can road and Start in nnywlioro; only get busy wrilu number only P8 per 1,000 in and keep busy. llio caso of males, and only 7 per Hut don't bo impatient. God of 1,000 in tho caso of females. A len lakes a long time to get his fair estimate would bo that only o'io servants ready. Tho Christian Her in twenty of llio ninlo sot in China aid. intelligently. can read y, er Prayer of llio hosts thai light and die, A By M. QUAD. by Associated Literary rresa.j ,.,, " A WTtttvn VW.IIU Uf .Uk. ii. i. a .....w 11111 afternoon?" onked Air. Itowser ns he entered tho house tho other evening. "Nothing," replied .Mrs. Bowser. "That's funny." "Did you expect n goat to bo left here?" ''No mntter. It will como nlong soon." "I saw n man go past with a coon In a box." "I'm not In tho coon business." "If It's n camel I'd better watch out for It" "You'd better get tho dinner on." During tho meal Mr. Howser seemed preoccupied nnd talked very little, but no calamity occurred. They had finished when tho basement bell rang, and a minute later n discussion' was heard between the cook nnd a small boy who hnd a dog at his heels. Mr. Dowser hurried downstairs and was absent for a quarter of an hour. When he returned Mrs. Dowser looked at him In a way Hint called for nn explanation, nnd bo explained: "It was a boy with a dog. I have shut the dog up In the shed." "Dut what do wo want of n dog?" sho queried. "Nothing, ray dear. Ilavo yon ever noticed how many homeless dogs there are on the street?" "No, I never did." A Cold Hearted Person. "I didn't suppose you hnd, knowing bow selllsli nnd cold hearted you nre. Copyright, 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School A General Education for those not far advanced, combined with seme vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for meat rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Coarse For thoso who are not expecting lo teach and who are not going thru College, but desire more general education. This is Just the thing for thoso preparing for med cal studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives tho best general education for thoso who wish a good atari in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect to tekeh. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keepright on In their course of stady. Read Dlnsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, IHrtory and all preparatory subjects. Tin Academy is now Berea's largest department 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered This is tho crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. "on, si nE, no not pnrsK rotm cuoco- t.ATI! Til 1H HOItXINd ." Practically nil that is known of Hit Trad. solontiflo methods of farming in mnn Africa, in tho islands of llio Pacific, "I know n In hiswho gives cut rates Conundrum. business." to everybody and in wido areas in Turkey, In-- 1 Why' Is sneezing like n wild water That's odd. Whnt Is Ids business?' din and China originated in miss "Ho trims hedges." Ilaltlmoro Amer fall? Because It U u cutar(rh)uct. ions. ican. bank In Dresden during tho seven years' wnr nnd when ho nsked to be allowed to show blm bis marionettes. "Let nio show you my little actors," said the boy. tugging to open a great box nearly an largo ns himself. "Oh, do please look nt them! My dolls net so beautifully that you will bo pleased with them, I am sure, nnd I do so wnnt to earn somo money to pay a man to teach me to piny tho flute." THE DOTS WERE IN X.CCK. "Would you like to learn to play tho flute'" naked the king, his sympathy but I have. At this very mlnuto there nroused nt once, for ho remembered aro probably 1,000 friendless, homeless hi own boyhood's desire. dogs wondering about tho city." "Above nil things." answered An"And U that our fault?" tonio. "lu ono wny, no. In another way, wo "Come with me," said this kind heart have a duty to perform. As human beed old gentlcmnn. ns Antonio still ings as men and women with souls thought him, "and you shall have a and hearts we should take heed of good tencher and n line fluto of your tho sufferings of the bruto creation. very own. How do you like that? What Is moro Fiid than to sco a poor Tho poor lnd could hnrdly speak on dog skulking about In fear aud hunger? account of the sobs of Joy that persist- That ho Is an outcast and outlaw Is ed In coming. Hut his new friend un- not hli fault The world owes him a derstood nnd patted him on the head living tho name ns It does a man. II u- as they walked off together. So he mnulty owes him food and kind treat wns put In chnrKe of the court music ment" "Scrimps you nro going to found n mnster. who found he hnd great tnlent. nnd nftcr nwblle he played so well that dog usyluin?" observed Mrs. Bowser ho wns allowed to piny lefore tho king. after awhile. "You havo hit It exactly," ho replied Tho loy felt tho deepest gratitude toward his kind benefactor nnd prayed as tho cat came out from under the constantly that ho mlsht nt somo fu- loungo and sniffed tho atmosphere as ture tlmo prove his devotion to him. If sho suspected tho presence of a "Yes, ma'am, I have estabStrangely enough, the opportunity did canine. come. For one morning Antonio, get- lished u homo for friendless dogs, and I have ting up very early nnd taking n short It already has nn occupant. tho kitchen of the castle arranged with several boys to bring cut throuch every friendless dog they enn And. on bis way to the garden, saw ono of mo shall hnvc bed and board tho cooks nctltig In n suspicious man- Each canine a couple of weeks nt least, nnd I ner. Just ns Antonio danced nt him for havo no fear that tho public will not tho man dropped n whlto powder In tako them off my bnnds. You aro not thn cup of chocolnto meant for tho with mo In this charity, of course, but king! I shall carry It through Just tho same. The llttlo fluto player wns horrified There goes tho bell, and that means ceremony and. rushing off, ran without another dog." into tho king's npnrtment. crying: "Oh. Mr. Ilowser opened tho door to find slro, do not drink your chocolate this another boy and another dog. Ho was morning. It is poisoned!" paylug tho lad and giving blm words nfter, tho of prnlso at tho samo tlmo when tho When, a few minute brought In, Freder-lc- k family cat. which had followed him breakfast trny wns tho Orent received it very calmly downstairs, took n hand In It With and looked hard nt tho servant, who n ycowl and a howl sho lit on tho dog's Immediately began to tremble. back, and for two or threo minutes Mr. "How palo you nro. You must be Dowser, the boy, tho dog and tho cat III." exclaimed his majesty. "Here, wero nil mixed up. Then tho cat reIt muy treated, and tho dog wns conducted to drink this cup of chocolate. tho asylum. revive you." "Mercy, sire." pleaded tho servant, The Cook Makes a Fust. throwing himself at the king's feet, "I "What's nil this about?" demanded am not to blamo. I am but nn Instru- j Ibo cook ns Mr. IJowser returned ment In tho hands of others," and ho lurougn mo Kiii'iieu. confessed tho wholo plot. "My dear woman, I am being kind "Wretched mnn. you wero going to lo homeless dogs," bo replied. poison me," said tho king, nnd nt the "Aro there others to como?" same tlmo ho called one of tho dogs to "I hopo so. Yes, I am In hope to pick his side. Mo gave him tho contents of ap about fifty more." tho cup to drink, nnd shuddered when quit my Job In tho mornlu', "Then ho saw tho poor brute dlo In ngony. I havo never yet worked In n dog asyBo It was "bread cast upon tho wa- lum, nnd. picaso heaven. I never will! ters which had returned after many No uso to talk to me, sir. I can stand a days." For Frederick the Great's kind- cat or two around, and I can put up ness to a poor llttlo Italian boy had with u vrunky mnn, hut I'm no lady as slstaut In n dog asylum." saved bis own life. 1 fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students eecae from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For aay who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea live In College buildings, aad many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valaaate training, and getting pay according to the vtue of their labor. Except im winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of taV exptme. Write to the Secretary before coming to teeure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Oar climate la the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, wans wraps' and underclothing; umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. TBI STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work unifonaa, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The Coll.-gasks no real for tho fine buildings In which stulents live, charging only enough rooai rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without eoffeo or extras, $1.35 a week, in the fall, and $1.50 in winter for furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc This is paid but once, and la returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of aeheel buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition er of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 aad $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent ay the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM e ear-vic- es BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with Its affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g Institution. It requires certain Incidental Fee Room VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AOADIMY AMD NORMAL OOLLZOB $ 5.00 5.60 $ 6.00 7.00 $ TJ9 7.00 Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept 16, 1014... Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 4, 1014 Total for term Incidental Fee Room 9.45 $20.05 9.41 $29.60 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 MS $2&4 t.4 $92.99 WINTER TERM Board i I 6 weeks I $ 6.00 6.00 9.00 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 . $ 7.99 7J9 9.M) . Amount due Jan. 6, 1915 Board 6 weeks due Feb. 17, Total for term !l. Ii.il 1915 $30.90 9.00 $29.00 $21 9.90 $31.19 This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books er laundry. Special Expenses Business. Winttr Fall Spring ( TtUl Stenography and Typewriting.... $14.00 $12.00 $10.00 I9CN 14.00 12.00 10.60 Bookkeeping (brief course) 9449 19JL99 7.00 6.00 9.00 Bookkeeping (regular course).... Business course studies for students in other departments: 10.50 9.00 7.69 97.99 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 9.00 7.00 S.99 of instrument 9 1S-9- Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. 1.89 1.50 9.49 Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $1J.OO per term. d young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea if there is tho will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time In the public schools going over and over the same things, when they arifht he Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies with some of the beat young men and women from other ceunties aatd states. Applicants must brine or send a testimonial showing that they are above 16 years old, In good hearth, and of good character, This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, able-bodie- "I suppose you have been conspiring with the girl." said Mr. IJowser, ns he got back upstairs. "IliU sho can quit lad bo bunged to herl I know I'm Fall Term opened September 10, 19M. Hurry upl For information or friendly advioe write to the Bacraiatx MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. I'ngo Eight, Till' CITIZKN Orlnlmr 15, 191 I. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else ITo U Mt tor pabllcatioa, wrrret4iKt ptah4 Bait tat i erldtnos mltfi U ( fill rood fcy taltt. th wttter. Tk MDit Wrttt pUltfy. say Flour to your say "I want Zaring's ratent Flour" then you are sure Don't of the best biscuit. school. Mr. J. B. Johnson ami Miss Myrtle Sergenl were united In mar riage last Thursday. The courl room was lllled to overflowing ,i$t Thursday afternoon by people who wished to hear the politlcnl Issues of tho day, J. W. Langley, Robt. II. Winn and Augustus E. Wilson being Iho speakers. Rev. S. W. Dean, pastor of the M. E. Church, conducted the chapel exercises In (ho High School of Whitesburg, this morning. MADISON COUNTY JACKSON COUNTY I Welchhurg Wm. Welcliliurg, Oct. I2.-- Mr. Under, Sr., lias been very sick for n few days but is some, belter now. Mr. Hiram Ingram went to Richmond last week with several head of caltlo and reports the price not so pood as it has been. Mrs. Mary Hall, who has been very ill for som.i time is Improving slowly. Peoplo arc about dono saving fodder hero. and are making molasses; more cane. raised hero than has been for years. Mr. W. 0. Campbell, Wm. Shop herd and S. 0. Melcalf has ordered a car load of fertilizer and has II hero for sale. J. W. Wilson is closing out his stock of mcrclinn disc. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Mctcalf who has been in Cincinnati for sev eral months is back' home. Drip Rock Drip Hock, Oct. 12. Nearly everybody is through saving fodder and making sorghum. Hev. IJownian of Owsley county will preach at this place the second Saturday and Sunday in November and will hold services a week. Everybody invited to como and hear him preach. J. H. Webb is al the same old job, assessing, and is at work in the Coylo district at present. Mr. David Fowler has bought Rev. F. M. Cox's farm and moved on it. F. M. Cox bought a farm from Michael Richardson, Sr., and will move on it soon. J. Sparkman is teaching South Fork school and making out the tax book for John H. Webb. Carico Carico, Oct. 12. Mr. A. J. Tincher is on the sick list this week. The dogs killed a fine sheep for Art last Saturday. The Juniors arc to march at the Indian Creek School houso the 21th, inst. Dinner is to be served on the grounds. Several are here from Paris for an outing of two weeks. Many aro making sorghum. Two of Mr. Tom Robinson's children aro ill. Dr. King is the attending physician. Mr. Sam Roberts has gone into the goose business. Ho bought 37 lately. The Messrs. Smith and Roberts sold their cane mill to John Holt last Saturday. All remember our regular meeting time at Flat Top the fourth Saturday and Sunday. All come and hear Bro. James Lunsford. Mr. J. W. Angel is preparing to build a large barn and dwelling. Good wishes to The Citizen and its many readers. iel in tho merry crowd. Mr. Palmer Scott and S. A. Caudell are the chos en delegates from Hie 1. 0. 0. F. of Travelers' Rest, Ky, to attend the Grand Lodge nt Frankfort to bo held They will start this (his week. Wc wish morning on their trip. Ihcin a Joyful trip ami a happy meeting of tho great host of Odd Follows that will bo there. Hurrah I hurrah! for The Citizen. Thero is no paper liko it. We want all Iho good citizens around Earnest ville to subscribe for it and learn (ho many useful things from its pages. CLARK COUNTY Log Lick Log Lick. Oct. 7. The young folks enjoyed n splendid time Sat- urday at the social given by Sophia Sea. A pie supper at Vienna school bouse Saturday night for tho benefit of the school. All aro invited. Mr. 0car Winburn. brother of Bud Winburn, pass Hit' well-knoed suddenly away the latter part of Iho week. The raiise was said to be apoplexy or heart failure. Undertaker J. 11. Matherly deliverSunday. Place of ed the caske burial not known at this writing. There was a temperance speaking at this place which was largely attended. Dr. James Cummings and son were Iho elllcient speakers. The benefit of this meeting will be felt al the poles. Rev. Duward Matli-erl- ey held his regular appointment hero Sunday morning. Attendance was good. Rev. Turpin preached to a largo Baptist and Methodist congregation Sunday evening. El der Joe Barnes preached an inter esting sermon Sunday night. Thcl day was busily spent and much en joyed. CLAY COUNTY PIE SUPPER bo a pie supper given at tho Boblown School House on Saturday night, October 2ith, for the beucllt of the school building. Everybody is invited to rome and to bring a companion. There will Big Hill. Big Hill, Oct. 12. Sunday School is progressing nicely at Pilot Knob school house. Attendance larger every Sunday. Everybody welcome. We hope to have a larger crowd next Sunday. Rev. Georgo Childers at filled his regular appointment Ilnishcd their fodder saving and corn culling. Dr. Sleele, who has been conducting a heallh campaign in (his rounly for the last ten days, left for Bowling Green last Salur day, hut his two assistants, Iho Misses Peterson and Clarkson re m.'iiiii'd (o finish up the work; when they will go lo Pike rounly They found about (0 per rent of this county infecled with hook worm. J. C. W. Beck ham will speak hero Tuesday lo Hie voters of Leo County. The Leo County l'lcal Court was rn session peoplo nil enjoyed II. Mrs. Willie three days last week presided over Adams is on Iho sick list Mr. Joe liy Judge Kilhiiru. Todd is having a new kitchen nnd IN OUR OWN STATE dining room built. Several of the (Continued from pago 1) peoplo in this community attended court at Richmond Monday. Can-d- -- peaking (o greal assemblies thru- ami Nellie Powell attended the oul the Stale, and is at Maysvillo at Speedwell today. October I nth: "Bible Training" Hon. Wm. Marshall Bullitt, speaks Thursday night and say it Is progressing nicely. Miss Mollio For at the following places: l.eilchlleld. Ky., Oct. 17, at I p. in. tune left last Sunday for Panola Hartford. Ky Oct. 10, at 12:30 p. where she will stay with her broth in. er for some time. Pailucah, Ky., Oct. Ill, n( 8 p. in. Hickory Plain Maylleld. Ky.. Oct. 20, at p. in. and Hickory Plain, Oct. Il.--Mr. Fulton. Ky Oct. 21, at I p. in. Mrs. Geo. Barclay are both very ill Princeton, Ky. Oct. 22, at I p. m. at (heir home al Whites Station; Hopkinsville, Ky Oct. 2.'l. at I p. both have appendicitis. Dr. Lain-ha- rt m. of Richmond treated tho sick 21, at I. Madisonville, Ky.-O- et. horse of Mrs. J. L. Cornelison lasl p. m. week. The horse is doing nicely. Earlinglnn, Ky Oct. 21, at 7:.T0 Mrs. Carrie Cornelison has relum- p. in. ed home from Richmond where she Frank fori. Ky. Oct. 20. at I. p. in. has been staying a few days with Lexington, Ky Oct. 20, at 8. p.m. her mother, who has typhoid fevParis. Ky Oct. al I p. in. er. The little Ponder children have Covington, Ky Oct. 27, al 8 p. m. returned home after spending inViincehurg, Ky., Oct. 28, al I p. in. stitute week with their grandmothFlciningburg, Ky Oct. 2l, at I er. They were accompanied home p. m. by their aunt, Miss Lizzie Maupln. Winchester. Ky Oct. 30, at I j. Mr. and Mrs. Pleas Evans on their in. Gniyson. Ky Oct. .11, at I p. m. Olive Hill. KyOi'l. HI, ai 7:30. as 1 L....1.:..!:HI I i l ri mm .;!!! Mil ;eri J V:i SSrl aa If V tr More Economical Both in Use and Cost CALUMET BAKING POWDER And it does Simply follow your customary method of preiidd n little paration less of Cnlunit't tliuti when usinjj ordinary linking powder. Then bettor work. p. in. GLORIA REDIVIVA God's mercy on the tumults of this day. May Ho who holds secure within his hands The nations of tho world stretch forth and stay This bloody warfare of our Fatherlands. Quench thou the flame that feeds upon tho lust Which love of power and brutal conquest brings Through war and bloodshed humble in tho dust The hearts of rulers, emperors and kings. Burning Springs Burning Springs, Oct. 9. Mr. James McDaniel accompanied by Mrs. G. G. Maggard and children have returned to Berea. Mr. and .Mrs. Wilson Sandlin have returned to Hamilton, Ohio. Mt. Robert t'ankersley is working at Annville. Mr. James Martin, a pioneer school teacher of this county, died recently al his home in Laurel County and was buried last Thursday. His old time friend, Professor Robinson, attended tho funeral. Mr. T. L. Rawlings has returned from Tyrone. David Morgan and Tomas Cope and children returned from Ham ilton lo spend Iho winter here. Rev. C. F. Chestnut is here making ar Parrot rangements for the fitting up of a Parrot, Oct. 10. Born to Mrs. W. store houso for a church building. M. Cunagin, a boy. Mr. Davidson ESTILL COUNTY is through sawing on Laurel Branch Iron Mound and has moved his mill home. Mr. Iron Mound, Oct. 12. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Jesso Gabbard arc the proud parents of another girl. Mr. Sheldon Williams went to Irvine, T. R. Vicars of Oklahoma is with re- Friday. Rev. J. Anderson of Lee latives at this place. Willie Price County filled his regular appointfell and cut his knee two weeks ago ment at Liberty Church Saturday and is unable to walk. Laura and Sunday. .Mrs. Ro Jordan is spending n few days with her parCombs continues low. ents, Mr. and .Mrs. J. W. Sparks. Bond I no School is getting along Bond, Oct. 10. Sorghum making nicely with Miss Amanda Williams is all the go at present and fodder- as teacher. Mrs. J. W. Sparks re ing finished. Mr. E. Truett has ceived a number of her most intimoved to his new homo near R. E. mate friends as her guests, WedNichols. Mr. Mooro is on the sick nesday. list. Mr. Wash Burns of Laurel POWELL COUNTY County was vicinity recently to buy land. Mr. Charlio Baldwin is Stanton. building a new chimney Mr. F. Stanton, Oct. 10 R. C. Hall and Cornelius has sold his stock of Miss Lylo attended tho races In merchandise to Mr. Georgo Pen Lexington last week. Mr. John nington. Mr. Pennington has his Jackson is very low. His son Charlie now store house, near the depot, al of Cincinnati is waiting on htm. most completed and will soon move Fiscal court was in session last into it. Mr. E. Wolfo is preparing week. Powell county teachers In to build a new houso near Bond. stitute began hero Monday, with Mr. Abu Cunagin is hauling logs-tMrs. Cora Wilson Stewart origina make the lumber for a new barn. tor of tho moon-lig- ht schools, in The series of meetings will begin charge. Reverends Baker and Bailey at the Green Hill Baptist Church conducted services here Saturday Sunday, November 1st; To bo coiv and Sunday. Tho day will bo obducted by tho Rev. J. W. Penning' served by tho United Presbyterian ton and son. Everybody invited to Sunday School, Sunday, s That they may learn in this new day and hour No strength of arms and navies ever can Prove love of country but the greatest power Of nations is tho brotherhood of man. So usher in the dawn, thou King of kings, Of (hat great day when wars shall ceaso and when The battle cry of every nation rings With song of peace on earth, good will toward men. -- Arthur D. F. Randolph, in The Christian Herald. Pilot Kind) church last Saturday! and Sunday. Mr. H. Hipshiro has been operated on at the Lexington hospital recently. He is able lo bo out again. We hope he will soon be well. Miss Lucy Hayes, who has been attendingg the Institute at Richmond, began her school Monday morning, October 12. She hopes to do heller work after being instructed by the good speakers at Richmond Rev. Childers preached at the school house last Saturday night Miss Annie Roberts and res idents of Bobtown expect to havo The i Pie Supper Saturday night Aimer children, who had diptherla, aro well. Mrs. M. D. Settle haj sprained her foot and Mr. Settle is on the sick list Mrs. J. B. Set-li- e, who was operated on at tho Be rea hospital, is well The Murfey children, who had whooping cough, Floyd Neeley and Jeff are well. Settle havo gone (o Hamilton, Ohio. Most all tho children have changed their school books. We hope the rest will soon. return trip from Seward, 111., stop- ped over in Indianapolis, IiiI and visited with Mr. and .Mrs. Alber1. B;iker, Julian Johnson and wife. Mrs. Evans gives a vivid descrip tion of market day in Indianapolis. I'hey also viewed Lake while in Chicago. ROCKCASTLE Michigan COUNTY Disputanta attend. LETCHER OWSLEY COUNTY COUNTY Earnestville. Eamestvillo, Ky Oct. 12. Farmers are Just about thru saving fod der in this section. They aro find ing their corn tho best it has been for several years. Business In gen oral has been quiet in this section since the breaking out of tho for eign wars. But wo think it is gradually getting belter, Many farmers aro busy now towing wheat und rye. Many merchants and traveling salesmen from this section attended tho State Fair at Louisvillo last month. Thoy report that il was tho best fair that ever was held there in tho history of Kentucky and that there were moro people in Louisvillo during tho Fair Week than over before, Tho writer was Whitesburo Whitesburg, Oct. 12 Davis Smith. 17 year old sou of J. T. Smith, was killed at a sawmill al Rockhousc last Monday. Tho young man fell on a saw and was cut to nieces. Tho little infant of Mr. and Mrs. James Combs of Smoot Creuk died last Monday. Tho child fell into a kettle of boiling water". W. H Banks of Rockhouse, aged about 05. died nt his home last Sunday morn ing after a short illness. Ho had many frionds in tho county and he will bo missed. Mrs. Geo. Combs. of Rockhouse, aged about 05 died last Monday morning. Pneumonia is said to havo caused her death. Lit. Aulle Jenkins. 15 year old son of Marshall W. W. Jenkins, died last Monday morning. Wo miss him ut Dispulanta, Oct. 12 The little child of Mr. Sherman Chatccn has diptlieria and school has been sus pended a few days on account of it. The Messrs. Thomas went lo Jack, sun .County and built a chimney fur J. I). Barret Died October lllli, Mrs. Sherman Cook. Sho leaves many friends and relatives lo mourn her loss M. V. Stanford Is in Jackson County drilling wells. He has just completed one for J. D ritory. Barret of Clover Bottom. Thero is The court said that the Constitua protracted meeting going on at tion of the 1'iiited Stales gives Con Clear Creek. gress the right to regulate inter state commerce, and (o decide what LEE COUNTY commerce is legilmale. The reason Beattyville Beatlyville, Oct. 13 Prof. S. B. for giving Congress this right, tho Kingston court said, was to protect legitiLutes made a business trip lo Kingston, Oct. 12 Misses Martha mate interstate commerce from 1,1th Louisvillo tho Dr. Johnson regulations and Vina Dean entertained a num- and made in each state in his brother, John, were in town ber of their friends Saturday night Monday transacting some business the interest of that state, rather Miss Martha Dean left Sunday for than in the interest of the peoplo at tho County Court Mr. M. F. or Berea, where sho has been employed (.able the United States as a whole. one of the most prosperous The control and sale of Miarcot an a teacher In the city scho- olfanners of the Fincaslle country was ics mid intoxicants Miss Lydia Young had tho inisfor has always been in town Saturday transacting some regarded within the police power hum of stepping on a needle, and legal being business Saturday of the slate, ami the court says tho breaking half of it off in her root, teaubers' pay day, there wero quite frainers of the Constitution had no Sunday p. m Mr. M. B. Flannery a number of teachers in tow- nintention of taking away from tho purchased twenly-on- o head of cat Quito a number from hero attend peoplo of lie from Gooch and Todd at Brass-Hel- d. ed tho Leo County tho slate police power. Sunday School 'Iho court says that under tho Convention held at Lower Buffalo bill the inlerslato Coyle last Saturday nnd Sunday. Tho shipment of legitimate commerce Is Coyle, Oct. 10 Wo had a nice convention was a grand success In not forbidden unless it was intended rain yesterday and today and tho every recpuct.-Th- o fanners hnvo lo bo used in violation of the laws of the state. In a previous opinion Ibo court says it has held that Con gross alono can ascertain what Is legitimate commerce. If you want a Galvanized Roof that does Tho court says: "When whisky paiiited be sure and get not have to be Is shipped into local option territory und delivered by a common the right kind of Galvanized Roofing. carrier It Is incumbent on the car rier lo be circumspect ;uiil use or Our Material and Workmanship are dinary care lo learn for what pur- Guaranteed. poso it Is to bo used. If it acts up on reasonable grounds in good faith after such Investigation as HENRY LENGFELLNER ordinary care requires uml is mislPhoae 7 or 187 Tintkop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. ed, it is not liable; otherwise it is Lexington Herald. Wobh-Koiiyon Cantrill Unwillingly Supported. RepresenlatJvMCantrill.of George town, is a candidate for reelection to C(tiigre, and the Woodford Sun and Georgetown News are support ing him. How unwillingly they arc doing this is shown by the following extract from the Georgetown New, which was quoted with approval by the Woodford Sun, when the question of Canlrill's reuomination was up. 'We aro opposed to Mr. Cantrill because he is the recognized political leader of the saloons anil Initio" interests. Bis public record and ac tivities at l'rsinkfor as Representative, Slate Senator and Lobbyist, (we believe he called the lat nam ed nlllco 'political adviser." or 'at torney') and his record on (emper- in Washington, ince legislation stamps lit as the arch enemy of all temperance legislation. 'We are opposed lo Mr. Cantrill beeaue we are opposed to the politics of our country being dominated by Iho saloons and other special interests. For j ears without a break. we have seen Mr. Cantrill line up wilh the liipior forces, from the se lection of otliciaN of his home city lo the vote on the Webb-Konyand HoliMin bills in Congress. n Act Is Declared Valid Law. Frankfort, Ky Oct. 0 The Webb- Kenyon act was declared valid to day by the Court of Appeals in reversing tho judgment of the Laurel Circuit Court m the case of tho Adams Express Company against Iho Commonwealth. A new trial of (he case was ordered. The Adams Express Company has been lined $7.1 for bringing into and de livering whisky in local option ter 1 Webb-Kenyo- wal eh the result. IJf,'ht,lluny,and even- ly raised the hakin comes from the oven more tempting, tastier, more wholesome. Cahunet insures the Unking (if no rxwrt. Ask your U- giwrr todav. 1 Received i wards W.tU'. 'S.t Pt. ti, Ckidfe, IUiooii. Piril Eipoil lion. Mi Mr, .M.rth.1912. IT.t: I i'l nn wry J Il L U Ll-- I C rt miMiarwr U mmt U l.r urWf J Wy tVmp r Uf cta. . I.- - milk . r.i t4 CINCINNATI Wheat MARKETS 4 red $1.0!1.0C. No. No. No. 2 red f 1.0771.06. 1 whito 78f(78'4c, Xo, 1 No. 2 yellow 7647fic. No 76ff75Hc. No. t yellow 7411 No. 1 mixed 7G76',4c, No. 74c, mUt'il 75!47fie, No. 3 mixed 75 Jl 754c. No. 4 mixed 74fif74Hc, whlto eiu 7UW8IC, yellow ear 79tfSlc. mixed uiu 785fS0c Oats No. 2 whlto 48ff48Hc. utarid ard 47'4iHSc, No. 3 whlto 47&47c No. 4 white 4G4CM7C. No, 2 mlxf c 474S48c. No, 3 mixed 40(0 47Wc No, 4 mixed 4 !'. Hay No. 1 timothy 118. No. 2 Mm othy $lfi, No. 3 timothy 114.50. No. clover mixed $17, No. 2 clover mlxc 115, No, 1 clover MOO 16.50, No. 2 do vcr 14fll4.50. Kksb Prime nrsti 24Hc, flwti 23i ordinary firms 20c, second 18c. Ilutter Whole milk creamery extraj 4 white Corn-- No. 9V4GSOC. No, 3 white 79fl white rul 9tc$l,08. 80ii804c No. No. I I "C7Ci4c. 3 yellow 71c yellow 1 C- 1 33c. Units 26',6fl27l4c, secondH 22J23c dairy fancy 22c, No. 1 packing itocl 19c, centralized creamery extras liens. 30V4o lbs and over lbs, 14c; roostorn aiirliiRors, 1V4 lu and ovei 13o; under 114 lb. ICc; young sprlni ducks, 4 lbs and over, 15c; sprltif ducks, over 3 lbs, 14c; ducks, whlto under 3 lbs, 12c; colored, 11c; youni turkeys, 5 lbs mid over, 1514c; turkeys toms, 17c; turkeys, 9 lbs and over 17c; cull turkey 8, 8c. Cattle Shippers J7.2508.15, extn J8 2508.75; butcher steers, oxtra 17.51 (7.85, good to cliolco ?C.7507.35, com mon to fair I5.25O650; heifers extra I7.60O7.65, good to cliolco J6.2J 7 25, common to fair H50OG; cows extra JC.10O6.25, good to choice J5.2I (IG, common to (air J3.250C; canncrs 10'4c: lr.ijc; under 44 Poultry 4',4 J3.250 4.1C. Hulls llologna J5.86O6.40, extn J6.50, fat hulls J6.25O6.50. to roo Calves Kxtra J1125, fair J7.50O'll, common and largo $5,500 IIoks (lood to cholco packers J8.4I 08.50, mixed packers J8.3508.45 stags J4.50O7, common to chotci heavy fat sows J5.50O7.85, oxtra 17.90 light shippers J7.50O8, pigs (110 lbi and loss) J5O7.40. Sheep Extra J5, good to cholci to (air J2.50O J4.50O4.90, common 4.40. 10.50. Umbs Kxtra J7.C507.75, cliolco J7.10O7.60, common J5.2507. culls J4 60O6- good t( to (all Berea Trained Teachers Satisfy Parents and Pupils