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October 24, 1912.
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Wonderful Falthfulnese and Fidelity
of the Great Creature.
One rear when my husband wai
at a station In Bengat, saya a writer,
hla work kept him out nearly all day
and, being III, I used to Ho for hours
In a long garden chair on the veranda,
too weak to rend or to enjoy any
moro exciting amusement than my
eyes supplied to me.
Wo had thrco elephants for our
tents and baggage, and ono used to
feed from my hands every dny, and
seemed as gentle as any dog or cat.
Ono of our government chapraals
was particularly devoted to her, nnd
Invariably shared his meal of fruit or
llour-cakes with his dumb friend. On
Gracefully Waved It Over the Slum,
a particularly hot day, the hitprael,
to my DUrprlxu, pt.n i1 111 l!itl child
of six rnoii'hn at th elf)!:-nt' feet,
warning her expressively that tho In
flint was In bt-r charge, and 'was to
be eared for tril his rolnrn.
I win an eye wHiipm of her won
derful sagacity. Large banana-trees
unrl tlg-lrei grow nroiind. and, to
my urpris0, the elephant broko oft
ono of the former's spreading leaves,
held It like n fan In her trunk, and
from time to time gracefully waved
It over the slumbering child, whether
to temper tho heat of the nttnosphero
or to keep off Mm, I nm tiuahlo to say.
Tho gentle way in which she moved
her feet over the child, nnd across
to each side, nstonlNhod me. I sent
for a whlto loaf and some ornngon,
nnd calling her by nnmo (she was
novor chained), tried In vain to tempt
her to my sldo on tho low veranda.
Nothing would Induce her to loavo
The wnnn air and tho monotonous
wavo of the swinging fan overpowered
mo with drowsiness, to which I yield
ed: nnd, nfter a sleep of somo dura
tion, 1 was awakened by quiet, sub
dued snorts beside me. To my sur
prise, I found that the chnprasl had
just returned to his offspring, and
that the elephant stood near tho ver
anda hesldo me, patiently waiting nnd
gontly asking for the tempting dain
ties so bravely withstood for moro
than two hours.
An Old Tate.
Thoro runs an old tnlo,
Tls as sad as n wall!
A tain which wo all must condone,
Of old Mother Hubbard
Who went to the cupboard
To get her poor doggie a bono.
Hut 'twas gossiped about
That the food wns all out
And no bono to tho dog could she
Bo no one over know
How the poor creatures managed
It may possibly bo
That somo neighbor did seo
Tho Btralts of old Mother Hubbard,
And in pity did take.
Not a bone, but a stonk,
To supply tho poor empty cup
board. Washington Star.
Small Hoy (to mamma, tucking his
sister In bed): "Tuck In my footses,
too, mamma!" Small Sister (severe
ly): "You mustn't say 'footses': you
must say 'feet,' One feot is a 'foot,'
a4 two footses la 'feetl'" New
vWyLJ at y&tt"
GREAT BATTLE IMMINENT
Ancient Turkish Capitol to be Invest
ed. Bulgarian Army Twelve Miles
New York, Oct. 22, 1!H2.
Cablo advices from the llalkan war
zono declaro that a great hattlo Is Im
minent between the Dulngrlan tor
ecu nnd the Turks nt Adrianoplo.
During the past week various
engagements havo occurred all along
tho frontiers of tho allied tlttlo na-
tlons. Montenegro was the first to
declaro war, nnd followed her declar
ation up with immediate attneka upon
Turkish kmU. Bulgaria, Servla and
Greece have followed suit nnd bavo
mobilized their armies so, that tho
Turk finds himself confronted with
nearly bnlf n million men all along
his Euroiiean borders.
In various engagements many thou
sands havo 'already lost their lives.
Hut in nearly every limtanco tho al
lied forces havo been victorious.
Report:) nro coming in of massa
cres of Christiana by tho Moslem
Turks In various outlying, unprotect
A turklsh fleet in tho Hlack Sen
Is bombarding Ilulgnrlnn coast towns.
Outsldo tho Ilosphorns tho Greek
fleet Is getting ready to meet tho '
Tho situation seems now to havo
passed beyond the stage where Inter
vention on tho part of tho powers Is
H)sslbe, nnd It Is likely that n decis
ive victory will bo won by one side or
tho other within n few months. And
the way tho allied forces are acquit
ting themselves Is renting n belief
that, though outnumbered, they may
jl able to bring tho Port to terms,
j Tlied of tltn promises of the powers
, to seek from tho "Sick Man" redress
of their grievances, they hnvo taken
' tho matter Into their own hands and
are confident of their ability to tnko
enro of themselves. U Is believed that ,
they may give tho world an example I
tof warfare something like tho Jap
anese ngnlnst tho Russians or th ,
Itocrs ngnlnst the KnRlish. !
A REPUBLICAN VOTE
Cnntinunl f rum I'lrM Cage
I'reesollorH nud tho Abolitionists with
their uuthuElasm for humanity nnd
social Justice. Tho fusion of elements
tesulted In a party so nicely balanced (
that It has held tho field by Its stab- ;
lllty and fltnos to do so. (
Good Reason for Loyalty 1
If a Republican ic loyal to his party
It Is not because ho acta from tradl- j
tlon, rather than reason unit necessity,
but because ho recognizes a great
social organism with remarkable qual
ities that havo not come together In
a day, and cannot bo dissolved except
by emergencies equal to thoso that '
Choice Between Extremes 1
In tho third place, a Republican
vote stands for a cholco that avoids
hDxtremes of ioiiticai tneory ana
policy. Tho analysis that would nui:e
tho Republican party tho conserva- I
tlvo party in tho field is an Incorrect (
analysis. That placo belongs to tho
Democratic party In splto of Its
claims of progress. Tho new party
Is tho Innovator iu political theory
and practice, llctween tho two Is '
tho Republican. There Is much that 1
.challenges thought and study In tho
Progressive's program. Tfto moro It
' Is considered tho moro It will be
realized how revolutionary It Is. Tho
Republican Is not ready to endorso
It as yet. There is need of fuller
discussion than has yet been given
to changes so far teaching ns thoso
I Outgrown Theories
' Thoro Is much in tho Democratic
' program that challenges admiration.
' Uut a careful analysis will show that
1 Its essential policies rest ou politi
cal theories that wo havo outgrown.
However wo may differ on tho tariff
question, fow men nro willing to ad
mit that It Is unconstitutional to
lay a tariff. Such a doctrine strikes
at tho root of the powers of our
uatlonal government and In essenco
goes back to tho old historic ground
of stato sovereignty.
No Endorsement of Dishonesty
And, lastly, wo can rest nssured
that a Republican, vote is not an n
dorsoineat of dishonesty In any
senso of that term, or corruption
In political method. Theso things are
not tho basis of party division. They
bolong to all parties In somo degree
Wo bellove, ns Gov. Hadloy of Miss
ouri has so truthfully said, that thcro
s moro hopo for their elimination un
der) Republican leadership than under
any otlier. That Is a question for
our American peoplo without regard
to party. If every citizen does his
duty thoro need bo no political bosses
In any party and unless they do
thoro Is danger In any party.
J. It. Robertson.
So long as wo llvo wo ccrvo. So
long as wo are loved by others. 1
would almost say, wo are lndlspon
sablo, and no man Is useless whtlo
ho has a friend. Robort I Stevenson.
The tlfleenth president of the I.'nlteil Stntei was born at Cove fjap, Pa,
In I'll I 1111,1 tiled nt Whfittlimd, I 'it.. In 1HVS, Ho was n private soldier In tbe
war of bi. lie served in lutli boiisei of coiigrccH nnd was secretary of state
under Pr'-Mcnt Polk. Hi- was elected president In l.S-lfl ns a Democrat, de
feating .lolin C. Fremont, the llrst Republican candidate. Huchtiuan'M admin
istration wu iiint'ked by his feeble resistance to impending .ecoloti. After
his retirement, however, lie upheld Lincoln' policy In pro'cciitlng the v.nr
ngnlnst tho I'oM'ederncy. He declared that Hip ndmln''riiMoii of hN sueeosjor
should be BtiMtnlned nt all baznriN nnd lent hw intlnciice to Hint end.
New Revolution in Mexico Seeks
(0 Return Diaz to Power
Movement Headed By Former Presi
ent's Nephew. Most Formidable
Outbreak Madero Has Had to Face.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 22, 101J.
During many months tho situation
in Mexico bus been precarious, and
every week It was thought a crisis
wns Imminent. Hut just ns tho rev
olution headed by Orosco seemed to
bo checked, a now Impetus has been
given tho Insurrection by tho revolt
of Gen. Felix Diaz, nephew of the
Tho scat of the new disturbance
Is tho const town of Vera Cruz. (Jen.
Diaz being In possession nnd having
been joined by detachments of fed
President Madero, encouraged by
tho recent voto of confidence of tho
Mexican Congress, Is attempting to
ralso n forco of ten thousand men
to meet his adversaries, but the coa
lition between Dlnz and Gen. Znpctn,
who has three thousand men undr
him and has kept up hostilities with
in n few miles of tho Capitol for n
number of months, makes the situa
While tho United States cruiser,
Des Moines, has arrived at Vera Cnu
for tho protection of American Inter
ests, which has brought a feeling )f
security to many Americans as well
ns foreigners, It Is announced at
Washington that thero will be no
chango In our Government's pollry
of non-intervention though Secretary
Knox has had frequent conferences
with Henry Lano Wilson our Am
bassador to Mexico.
. IN OUR STATE
Continued (rem I'irit Page
that point being hold for dUposal
In tho Clark County Court.
Attorney A. F. lllrd will assist the
prosecution In tho cases and Judge
Denton, tho regular judge of the
Clark Circuit Court, will preside.
Tho caso will bo called Hrst at Win
A NOTED EVENT
A noted, and what will In the
futuro bo considered an event t
great historical Importance, waa tho
dedication of tho Lincoln Institute
for tho training of colored youth nt
Slmpsonvlllo last Wednesduy, Dr. A.
E. Thomson, President of tho Hoard
of Trustees, presided at tho dedica
tory exorcises, nil Interesting feat
ure of which was tho singing of folk
songs by a chorus of students of
Tho chief address of tho day was
given by President Frost of Uctea
Collcgo. Ho detailed tho birth and
early history of tho institute. Special
Interest was given to tho ceremonies
by the announcement of a gift to
tho Lnstltuta of $10,000 made by Mrs.
'Morris 1). Delknap and her children.
Following this gift tho building
known before as HOys' Hall was de
dicated as tho Morris D. Delknap
BERETS LEADING HARDWARE STORE
A COMPLETE LINE
Hardware, Paint,. Mowing; Machinei, Faming Implements, Gasoline and
Oil Stoves, and Groceries
price, R,Kht j. d. CLARKSTON GiveUs aCa11
MAIN STREET, near Bank
Hall In honor of tho late Col. Mor
ris 11. Belknap who had given liber
ally to tho Institute when tint plans
for Its organization were taken up.
Tho members of his family huvo now
contributed $22,001, an amount suffi
cient to cover the entire cost of this
DISCIPLES CONVENTION AD
JOURNS After nearly a week's delibera
tions, tho great convention of tho
Disciples which hnd been In session
In Louisville adjourned, Monday nlglit.
This Is reported, to have been
ono of tho greatest conventions of
tho denomination, decisions of far
reaching effect upon tho policy of tho
otganlzatlou having been reached, the
chief of which was the chango from a
mass convention to a delegated con
vention and tho adoption of a regula
tion which makes tho body not
merely a deliberative one but gives
If. authority over the local organiza
tions. The convention will meet next
year at Toronto.
UNITED STATES NEWS
Continued fraru Pint l'age
the Senate Committee, last Thursday.
Geo. U. Cortelyu placed tho blame up
,011 Treasurer Ullss for the Standard
' Oil gift to tho Campaign, stating
that Ullss told him that tho Stand
ard Oil had made no contribution. It
must bo remembered that Archbold
states that the gift was made, and
other evidence waa brought beforo
tho Committee substantiating his
So tho dead Is made a scape goat
1 for tho living.
j WORLD'S CHAMPIONS
j In tho world's championship base
' ball games between tho lloston Red
'Sox and the Now York Giants, the
' Red Sox won out last weelc In a
' spectacular gatuo, in which tho score,
, stood threo to two,
DESERTS THE MOOSEUS
j The trend of political sentiment
I Is Indicated by continued desertions
j from tho Dull Moosers, the most not
I ed this week being that of Charles L.
Baxter, a 'Massachusetts leader. Mr.
j Raxter headed tho Roosevelt dele
gates from Massachusetts to the
I Chicago Convention. Mr. Baxter has
sent a telegram to John Hayes Ham
mond, President of tho Republican
National League, in which be declar
ed for Taft, and says bo urges, the
Stato organization of Massachusetts
to mako tho ro-clection of Presldont
(Taft tho paramount lssuo of tho
DEGRADING BOTH RACES
An effort Is being mado In Chicago
by educators, suffragettes and club
women to banish Jack Johnson from
tho city. Johnson, tho world's champ
ion pugilist, seems to havo lost his
I head, declaring that ho Is greater
than tho President of tho United
States, because he is champion of
tho world. Ho owns a number of sa
loons, and It Is charged that they
aro dives of tho worst kind.
It Is expected that 'Mayor Harrison
Tlll rovoko Johnson's saloon license,
owing to charges against him of tho
abduction of girls.
Tho last number of tho Literary
Society Anniversaries took placo
on Wednesday evening, Oct. 16th,
when two of tho young ladles socie
ties gavo a union exhibition. Thero
wcro threo representatives from each
society. Tho Misses Blanche Ntcolla,
of Detroit, Mich., Cora Shelrman, of
Wadsworth, 0., nnd Myrtlo Starns,
of Volley Oak, Ky representing PI
Epsllon PI, the Misses Margaret
Schumnkcr, o( 'Mllroy, pa., Nellie Coe,
of Sumner, la., and Cora Newton of
Huntloy, 111., representing Utllo
Tho productions which consisted of
essays, readings, and original stories
gave evldcnco of clear thought, orig
inality and art of expression such ns
has seldom been equaled on similar
Tho rendition of special music by
a chorus selected from both societies
was very pleasing nnd attractive ad
dition to tho program.
ANNUAL MEETING OF KENTUCKY
Louisville, Oct. 29-31
Tho 57 Ui annual session of the
Kentucky Medical Association Is an
nounced to convene In Louisville, Oct.
2Uth to 31st. Special rates-have been
secured on tho railroads. The atten
tion of tho Asoclatlon will bo given
chiefly to pellagra and infantllu par
alysis. Tho President of tho American
"Medical Association, Dr. Wltherspoon
of Nashville, Tcnu., will deliver tho
annual oration. Interesting scientific
exhibits aro promised, prizes being
tffercd for thoso of the greatest edu
cational value. This Is expected to
bo the largest meeting the associa
tion has ever held In tho state, and
arrangements are being mode to fit
tingly entertain tho visiting members
and the ladles who accompany them.
Meetings at Narrow Gap
Meetings are held at Narrow Gap
each night this week that tho
weather Is suitable, at tho school
Prof. Cromer and Rev. U. II
erts wore there 'Monday night,
report a good meeting.
THE PRISCILLA CLUB
Tho Prlscllla Club was entertained,
Thursday, Oct. 17th. by Mrs. Marl;
Spink and Mrs. G. W. Hook.
Instructive papers were read by
Mrs. 'Matheny and Mrs. S. R. Baker
on '"The Religion of the Early Brit
ons" and "Old London and the Royal
Tho next meeting will bo with
Mrs. BoweF, with responses on Eng
land. HIGH SCHOOL OPENING
Tho opening exercises of the Coun
ty High School at Waco occurred,
Tuesday. Good. speakers wero present
to explain the merits of tho new sys
tem in Madison County, nnd In the in
terests of advanced education in gen
eral. Thero aro four rooms In tho Waco
school. It combines three districts and
thus makes it possible to give each
teacher fewer grades to teach and
enables them to do much better work.
With public conveyances provided to
bring tho children In from the out
lying districts, as Is dono In many
states, this Is a long stop forward In
our system of education.
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION MEETS
Tho annual meeting of the Borea
Cemetery Association was held In
tho Parish House, Tuesday evening,
Oct. 22nd. Sovcral matters of Interest
wcro discussed and passed upon. Two
of tho Important measures adopted
That necessary steps bo taken to
havo tho Association Incorporated,
nnd that tho members of tho Associa
tion solicit contributions to creato a
permanent fund for the caro of tho
It was tho sentiment of tho meeting
that this would appeal to owners of
lots, and citizens of Berea who would
be interested In tho care ct the
place that wo hold sacred to the
memory of tho dead.
Tho question of piping for water to
bo carried to the cemetery, and hav
ing a survey for a new plot were dis
cussed and favorably considered, but
laid ovor for futuro consideration.
Officers of the. Executlvo Com
mltteo wore elected for tho ensuing
year ns follows:
T. J. Osborne, President.
W. F. Kldd, Treasurer.
Jas. A. Burgess, Secretary.
J. W. Stephens, and A. W. Titus.
Having spent an evening of prof
it and Interest, tho meeting adjourned.
VERY neediest expense Is an
ItnlllBf Irta ht ,Tr,u,..ni.
1-1 ve wen wunin your income, and save
omethlnf-no matter how Uttte It Is. Oth
erwise no life ran b a lueceiiful one, a
happy one, or an honeet one.
80UR CREAM DISHES,
An unusual, but very delicious, way
of lenrlng codfish gravy la to use sour
cream for the white sauce. The flavor
la most appetizing If the cream la not
A half cup of sour cream and a cup
of brown sugar cooked together until
thick la a dainty filling for a cake.
Nuts make It still finer.
Old-Fashloned 8ugar Cookies. One
cup of sour cream, a cup of butter,
I two cups of sugar, a teaspoor.ful of
, soda, nutmeg, three eggs well beaten
and flour to roll.
Horseradish Sauce. To a half cup
of sour cream add a half cup of grated
horseradish. Add salt and sugar to
Seed onions, when too small to eat,
are a dainty morsel cut up flno, tops
and all, and served with sour cream,
a little vinegar, salt and pepper.
8our Cream Pie. For tho filling uso
tho yolks of four well-beaten eggs, a
cup of sour cream, a cup of sugar and
half a cup of raisins. Flavor with a
dusting of cloves. Use the whites for
a meringue, adding a few tablespoon
fuls of powdered sugar.
I Kidney Beans With Sour Cream-
, Soak tho beans over night and cook as
usual. Then add the cream to roots- a
ten thoroughly, and simmer for an
Iluttermllk and thick sour milk Is
recommended for stomach trouble, and
If tho euro Is persistently followed
health will bo restored, as has been
proved In many cases.
Brown Nut Bread. Two cups of
buttermilk, two cups of graham flour,
on cup of white flour, a half cup of
molasses, a tablespoonful of vinegar, a
teaspoonful of soda, half a teaspoonful
of salt, ono cup of raisins and a hand
ful of walnut meats.
! LtCCcl JlUcvtCZ.
i Country of the Lima Bean.
About half the lima bean crop in
the world Is produced by a coastwlso
I strip of California, Including Santa
, Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, Or
ange and San Diego counties. Peculiar
climatic conditions are required, and
the only other section where the bean
has been grown successfully Is tho Is
land of Madagascar, off the east coast,
of Africa. Eneland takes the anttra laW
j land output. J
Letter to the Editor
Spring Creek, Ky.
Editor Tho Citizen,
Tho Extension Department has not
gone out of business, as the read
ers of The Citizen might suppose,
but is just hidden away behind
theso beautiful hills that are getting
their first autumn tints. To my mind
this Is tho most beautiful tlmo of tho
year tho air Is so pure, the skies
are so blue, tho moonlight Is so bril
liant, and the abundant harvests aro
so full of promise of plenty for tho
long cold winter months.
Since our last letter, we havo held
meetings iu Manchester, Gooso Rock
and 'Mud Lick, In each of which pla
ces wo wero greeted with audiences
that seemed much interested In our
lectures on tho school, farming, sani
tation and health, temperance, travel,
and tha Llfo of Christ. It Is hard to
tell which creates tho deeper impres
sion. tho pictures In tho llfo of
Christ, tho portrayal of tho ravages
of tobacco, cigarettes, and liquor, or
tho slides showing tho cause of dis
co so and how to prevent It.
It is Interesting to seo bow wo all
draw back from tho common drink
ing cup, when tho law Is explained
to us, and when wo see pictures show
ing a llttlo girl drinking after a con
sumptive who has left thousands pf
dlseaso gorru3 upon, tho rim of the
cup. And how wo hato tho flies when
we realize how dangerous they aro!
It Is a pleasure to preach to tho
crowds of Interested peoplo, who '
come night after night, and wo aro
glad to say, that though wo stay
only threo days In a place, wo leavo
but fow places without somo converts.
There Is a flno schoolhouse hers,
and tho peoplo bavo manifested much
interest In our lectures.
Wo are meeting a large number of
former Berca students, and many who
will return to Berea at tho first of
tho year. It Is ovident that Berca has
won tho confldcnco of tho people
In this part of tho country. Wo ex
pect tho time Boon to como when
sho will havo to enlarge her ac
commodations, for thero aro hosts
of splendid young peoplo who are
certain to go thero to school.
This fact ought to Inspire tho peo
plo to contrlbuto to Kentucky Hall.
Very truly yours,
C. S. Knight, Supt Extension.
Love, llko a visible God might bo
'our guldoT Henry Tlmrod.