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Clrc.Ution UEI1EA COLLEGE KY b OFFICE a Mitr turrfd at IV fntf.Jlrr nl Hrrn, Mam AV, aj mtmd (?The WORLD NEWS ns Devoted to tlie Interests of tlie MountainPeoe UEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 0, 1013. Citizen 1 Knowledge it power and Ue way to keep vp with modem knowledge Is to read a good newipaper. Tel. XT. ELECTION RESULTS Fivo Cents a copy. MIXED. One Dollar o Yi'ar. No. It Kentucky is prevailingly Democratic, us il must always ho till wo linvi; nn equitable districting of the stale; but tin; Republicans carried Hrealhill faultily and some other counties formerly Democratic. In Ohio tho Republicans carried Cincinnati; in New York Tnmmanv tho is defeated; in Massachusetts Democrats put in another governor. GLORY OF DOING WITHOUT. Dan Crawford is writing a hook, To Successful Candidates Gentlemen, we congratulate you The Citizen Premiums 'flic Citizen is not out to make money. Every cent The Citizen makes Is turned In toward making tho paper bettor. Wc use an oxpcnslvo paper for our printing, and good type, and in all ways spend lavishly to make The Citizen as good as II can possibly be. Wc get no money from any political parly, and none from advertisements of liquor or tobacco or dishonest schemes or fake medicines. We cannot furnish tbe paper for less than one dollar a year, sixty cents for six months, thirty-flv- o cents for three months. Send in a postal order today, payable to The Citizen, Bcrca, Ky. at one lime, with tho cash we will send: G copies ono yenr for $.00. 5 copies six months for 12.00. r copies three months for $1.00. Hero is the chance for teachers and preachers lo confer a looting benefit upon the pcoplo they aro working for. This offer is only temporary, and will bo withdrawn in a short time. INDIVIDUAL PREMIUMS. As already explained Tho Citizen is so cosily a paper lo edit and publish that wo cannot reduce the of which in "The Olory the sub-lUIt will he n of Doing Without." hook worth reading, for Han Crawford knows what il Is to "do wilh-nol- ." Ho .has 'Mono without" for twenty-tw- o years away In tho African Jungle. Dan Crawford, for ho everyhody familiarly calls him, Ola a hoarded Scotchman, n traveler, missionary, discoverer. Idealist, F. lu II f. VI mill !, lul liwirii Hit kflfiu'a And here is what he says upon his I have been without a collar. For twenty-tw- o years I have been eating without knife or folk. For twenty-tw- o years I have been a thousand mites from a shop. Try to get my point of view. Practically all my life I have been cut off from all manner of things called supply. The nearest store was one thousand miles away. And 1 have had a good time." Of course, collars and knives and forks are more in demand in America than in Africa, but the meal of Don Crawford's message is in the last sentence: "I have had a good Mine" Even while "doing without." he had "a good time." This is a very good gospel for this age ami this country. Much of the high tost of living, of social unrest of marital misery and the many other ills of the body politic are due to our failure to "do without" while seeking a good lime. Men and women who cannot have a good time while "doing without" well, there's something wrong with them. Philadelphia Telegraph. return after Iwenly-tw- o exile: years "For twenty-tw- o years of THIS WEEK'S ISSUE. This week'H issue concludes our Cavanagh, story, Forest serial Hanger. All who have read this story will concede that it is one of the world's great stories. Watrh for announcement of our new serial next weekl Don't overlook the health rules by Dr. Cowley, Dr. Eakin, and Pros. Frost on page !. If you are sick observe these simple rules and become well. ' Saturday, Nov. 8th, is the great day in Keren. Announcement of the Corn Show on page 3. Bmnll Willie wiim entertaining Ills big later' Im'hii In the purlur. Making It Pleasant. "Mr. 5rwii." he linked, "how many pennies Imve you gut?' "I liaren'l any nt present. Willie. I'm Horr.r In wiy." he replied. Then iiiiiiiimn wim rlulit." continued tbe little fellow. '.slu told ("Inter lint night that yoii dldu't hare tiny moro Deuxe limn a nihlilt." ("hlengu News. CONTENTS THIS WEEK. PAGE 1. To Successful Candidates, (live The Children a Chance. I Ureal Problem of Mountain Counties. K'y. News-Jack- son Loses 1200,000 in Flames. U. S..News. The Currency Hill. World News. State Religion for China. PAGE 2. Hints to Teachers for Clnss Work. Precepts Wa- Man's Life Saved by Dripping ter. Liquor Seller is Greedy. Two Columns of Humor. PAGE 3. Mountain Agriculture falfa in Mountain Counties; AlIn- expensive Fertilizer. Ilorea Corn Show. Feed For Stock Hants. Sunday School Lesson "Abstinence for Other's Sake." PAGE 4. Herea News. Dr. Ott Coming. College Items. Herea Graduate Statu Honor Man. PAGE 5. Two Secrets of Health. C. Cavanagh, Forest Hanger, concluded. Short Story "Undo Dan's Letter." PAGE Kit- ehen Hints. Children's Hour Little Squirrel; Which would you Ho? Young Folks Homes for Little Birds; After dinner Tricks. PAGE 7. A Corner for Women PAGE 8. News from Eastern Ky. Letter from C. S. Knight. Notice to Mexico, You have desired public office and a majority of your The United Stales government, fellow-citizehave agreed and united in conferring it Ihrough Hie American Charge d'Af-f- a upon you. To the newly elected sheriffs, assessors, conIres, O'Shaughnessy, has notified stables, mayors, councilmen and members of the Legislalliierta that he must resign tho ture, we give our good wishes and pledge our loyal suppresidency of Mexico and that his successor must not he either the port. Minister of War or any member of But, remember gentlemen, first of all, that you are the ollleial household or other pernot elected for life. A few months or years will pass by son who might he under his conand you will have made your record and will give place trol. This noliilcnlion was preoffice holder like Governor to others. Even a life-lon- g He sented (o I Inert a on Sunday. has as yet made no reply, and kept McCreary soon comes to the end of his period of author-it- y. from his counsellors all knowledge of this notice as long as possible. And remember, secondly, that your are not appointed The diplomatic corps was sumfor your own advantage, but to serve the public interests. moned lo (lit; palare, hut for what Most of you will take a solemn oath, promising to exercise purposn was not revealed. The foreign ministers who were nt Vera the powers of your office unselfishly and impartially. The Cruz are returning to Mexico City. biggest service Grover Cleveland performed for his counII is expected that the government try was in leaving it the simple maxim " Public office is will lake decisive action as soon as a public trust." a reply is received or tho attitude And, in the third place, remember that a faithful ofof Iluerta is ascertained. fice holder has always a hard job. If he attends consciAll foreign governments have received copies of the ultimatum. entiously to the duties of his office, it means a great deal British Minister Criticised. of drudgery and hard work ; and, more than tha't, it In the London Times of Novemmeans a great deal of criticism and vexatious opposition ber :ird a Britisher now in America from your fellow-citizenWhether you do right or has a teller criticising very strongwhether you do wrong, a great many people will blame ly the absence of the F.nglish ambassador. Sir Cecil Spring Rice, from you. The only way is to try to please God and your Washington, lie has been for some conscience. months at Dublin, N. II., where as All good citizens should rally to the support of every his critic alleges, ho lives in comoffice holder who is trying to do his duty. If you think plete seclusion. Although Presihe makes a mistake, tell him so personally and confidendent Wilson was in easy distance during his summer vacation at Cortially; but try to give commendation and support to every nish, the two did not meet. faithful magistrate. Situation in Ulster. Lord Charnwood an inveterate Home Ituler, fresh from a tour in Ireland, writes to the London Times It is a first-rat- e plan for parents to give each boy that he believes that those who rate Hit! gravity of the situation in Uand girl something of their own to take care of. It may lster the highest are nearest to the be a chicken or a calf ; it may be a little piece of ground, truth. A large number of substanor a set of tools, or a girl's workbox. But if you expect tial country people he found belter your child some day to be able to manage a house or a armed, better organized and led than farm, give them some little thing to manage right now. might he supposed. They arc prepared for defeat and death. lie considers Ihat tho struggle may so WOMEN OPPOSED TO WOMAN show that a majority of them want a tfec t the relations between Ulster SUFFRAGE. thu suffrage are willing to underand tle ,rest of Ireland, between take the additional duties that; go Catholic and Protestants throughNational Association of Women Op- with the suffrage then the National out Ireland, as to defer for generposed to Suffrage Says Less than Association Opposed to Woman ations the very object for which 10 Per Cent of Women of Land Suffrage will closo its doors, since Home llule is desired. the principles and Conslitution of Sympathize with Movement. Decay of British Citizenship. this government compel compliance The national awakening in Franco with such a demand. contrasts very strongly with the deWashington, Oct. I. "If thu suf"As a matter of fact, the highest cadence of patriotism in England, fragists can submit to Congress next authentic claims of thu suffragists where is absolute apathy on tho December llgures showing thai a indicate thai less (ban 10 per cent part of tin! average individual with majority of the women of the Unit- of the women of this country are respect lo political and national ed States want the franchise, the in sympathy with the movement; questions. One writer in an Eng- National Association Opposed to and since the membership of their lish Quarterly asserU through ten Woman Suffrage will withdraw its organization is not limited to woor fifteen pages that the foe England opposition, albeit sorrowfully, and men of 21 years of age and over, has lo fear most is not Germany or allow woman suffrage to roll on its Hie percentage of women of voting other foreign nations, hut the ab- destructive course." ago who demand the ballot is much solute indifference of the common The National Association Opposed less than 10 per cent. Thoso figHrilisher to national affairs. He is to Woman Suffrage, issued through ures based on suffrage claims have asking "why should I do anything its Washington headquarters a never been successfully contradictfor the country that does so little statement containing this announceed, and suffragists tacitly admit for me?" A campaign is to bo ment. their numerical inferiority by their headed by Mr. Asipiith with appeals "This organization wages its camp- opposition to a plebiscite of woto public school and university men aign against are the franchise because it men, which the with the object of awakening them knows that the vast majority of wo- urging. to their duties and responsibilities men do not want woman suffrage. "Even tho claim thai there aro as citizens in matters of social, civ- If tho average woman attends to 3,000,000 women already voting in ic, and national importance. her own business and discharges the United States is no proof of sufEngland which possesses far bet- the duties of a competent wifo and frage adherence. For, while there ter soil than Denmark, has seen half mother, she has so many burdens are 3,000,000 women of voting age in of its rural population wiped out resting upon her that she cannot the suffrage states, less than 35 per during the last decades. Tho exist- successfully assume any more. The cent of them register and vote. ing farm laborers are paid less in average woman realizes this, and. "Hy what right can thoso who wages than il costs lo maintain a because of the realization, shu is want tho vote, unless they are in person in the English poorhouse. tho majority, ask that the responopposed to woman suffrage. State Religion for China. sibilities of the electorate bo forced "There ate in this country The question as to whether there years of upon those who aro either hostile women twcnly-on- o should lie a state religion is at pres- ago and over If tho suffragists can or listless? ent under discussion at Peking during the process of evolving a constitution for the Chinese Republic. THE GREAT PROBLEM OF THE in many instances remained worn out. Thu land has been increasing MOUNTAIN COUNTIES. The Confucian Association which in value all thu time but much of it includes many distinguished scholnot all of it has been decreasing ars, is making itself felt, and wishes (Second article hy Professor Smith) in productivity. In every county Confucianism to become tho state In a previous article it was shown except one thu land increased in religion, though according religious liberty to the people A counter that the great problem in Iho moun- value during the last census decmovement is under way which is tains is the food problem. At thu ade; in ono county it increased spreading information among tho present limu thu mountains do not ubout 400 per cent. There aro many Christians of the country that they producu nearly all tho food re- farmers who have improved the soil may send counter petitions in favor quired by the mountain people. Our so that il produces moro and more of a distinct separation of statu and good money has to bo sent out of each year, but not enough farmers the state for canned goods, pork have done this to keep tho people religion. and other supplies. as a wholo from spending millions English Elections. And there aro more people lo of dollars overy year for food supA possible loss of four seats In the feed. And our gatuo is gone, and plies not produced in sufllcicnt House of Commons faces thu government, which is naturally anxious, our lumber nearly gone, and our quantities in tho region. Now hero is the problem boiled for it is contending with a lot ofj minerals cannot bu eaten, and will down: A rapidly increasing populadissatisfaction both for what it lias give money to hut few. done and for what il has not done.) 'Another resource thai has been tion to be fed and clothed, and a These elections ate the result of, greatly abused is the land. You rapidly decreasing source of revacancies caused in the House of i must not suppose that all thu land venue, game gone, timber gone, ranhas been abused. II has not, for ges largely taken up, the timber Commons by four judical appointthere are as good f armors among that once produced tbe most for ments. thu mountains as can ho found else- stock food cut away, mineral rights Italian Elections. Returns received at Homu indi- where. Hut tako tho wholo region sold in most places, much of the by cate that the Liberals or Minister- over, the laud has not been buill up land worn to All this ial party bavu elected 210 members, very well and much of il has been improper cultivation. thereby winning a sweeping vic- almost worn out. Many a Held will and a population increasing at the tory. Ono feature of these elections not produce one fourth as much to- rate of 18 per cent in ten years! years This increasing population must was tho activity of women at thu day as it would Iwenty-llv- o ago. New fields havo been cleared have an increased suonlr of food, polls. (Continued on rz Five.) up and the old worn out fields have (Cunllimcil on I'ugu Four.) s. price. Wc have, however, seeured three gooil bargains for our readers. Any person who sends us ono dollar for a new subscription or a rc- - The scissors are six inches long, razor slcel, strongly black japanned handles. FOR TEACHERS AND PREACHERS CLUB RATES. hinged, with Give the Children a Chance Very often a teacher wishes to have a number of copies of The Citizen In his school, to use for supplementary reading, and lo interest the scholars in current events and in improvement in school, home and farm. Very often a preacher wishes to have the leading families in his congregation tako The Citizen so tains: Rules for Good Health. that they shall have tho Sunday Care of the sick, homo remedies, School lesson, and so that they shall all bo thinking about the good babies and children. things that tho paper brings. Beauty, Manners and Amusements. Home Management, Complete Cook When any teacher or preacher sends in live names and addresses Hook. newal may by adding twenty-fiv- e cents receive a premium worth ono dollar. There aro three premiums lo choose from, one for men and two for women: a jack-knif- e, a pair of scissors, and a book the Household Guide. The Knife Is razor steel, white or black rough horn handle. The Household Guide is awell bound book of WpagCsTHlustratcd. Here arc some of Iho things it con- UNITED STATES NEWS - IK OUR OWN STATE The Currency Bill. $200,000 in Flames. The Currency Bill is the center of Jackson Loses Friday tho city attention in Washington at present. was sweptnight one of tho of Jackson) by mosl des-1The Senate Banking Committee is uclivo fires in the history of Easdebating the capitalization and control of the four proposed "regional tern Kentucky. Two whole blocks containing business houses and two banks." 'hurcl"s were burned. The loss An Indian Conference. is estimated at $200,000. There was A conference was held in Oklapractically no insurance, as the dis-- li homa to discuss the affairs of tho 'ct was regarded as unsafe by In- -' Indians in that state. The discovery of oil on thu Indian lands has si. ranee companies. In response to Mayor's appeal to the governor made it more difficult to maintain the guard the milila was their rights, and thousands of them ptoperty rescuedcalled out to from the fire. robbed of their property. have been Dr. Prestridge Dies Suddenly. Naval Holiday. Hev. D. John Newton Prestridge In a discussion of international disarmament, in the House of Repre- founder of tho "Baptist World," sentatives, Hensley of Mo., sought died suddenly last Friday in Louisaction on a resolution expressing the ville. While not a native of Kentucky, sentiment of the House for with the naval holiday propos- Dr. Prestridge has spent most of hi) ed by the British Lord of the Ad- lifu in this state holding pastorates miralty, Winston Churchill. Eng- at Newcastle, Winchester, Hopkins- land has proposed to Germany, that jville and Williamsburg. they both cease in the building of As founder of the Baptist World their battleships for one year, there- and American Secretary of tho Bapby saving millions of dollars and tist World Alliance, ho won wide still maintain their relative naval reputation in church circles. strength. If tho resolution is pass- To Fight Election Graft in Loaievile. ed in the House, the United States Sixty-nin- e lawyers of Louisville will also taku part in the holiday. have pledged themselves to proseGood Roads in North Carolina. cute free of charge any crookedness Gov. Craig will head an army of delected in tho November election. 80,000 men and boys to work tho The campaign to frustrate crime roads of North Carolina, Nov. 5 and in Louisville is further aided by 3 (Sth. Gov. Craig will work in overfund of $33,000 which was subscriballs himself aided by tho students ed as a reward for tho arrest and of the State University. conviction of election crooks. New Pennsylvania Labor Law. This is better than having investiA now labor law in Pennsylvania gations afterwards. regulates the working hours for wo- Kentucky Bravery Recognized By men and girls under the age of 21 Hero Pension. ami it will prohibit the employment Thu widow of Everett 0. Wnlcott of chorus girls, waitresses and of Eadsville, Ky., was awarded a piano players in moving picturn pension by (he Carnegie Hero Fund theatres and choir singers after 9 Commission. Mr. Walcott lost his o'clock at night. life in attempting to rescue a fellow Metorite Falls In Boston. workman from suffocation in an nil A metoritu fell in a Boston, Mass. tank at Lawreneeville, III., Juno 5th, park, Nov. 2nd, almost striking two 1012. men, who were thrown down and The widow receives a monthly overcame by tho fumes from tho pension of $.10 and $5 a month for white hot mass. The metorite bur- each of her three children. ied itself in the earth ten feet and The Value of Our Roads. will be dug up by scientists of Apropos of road working day, the 1 lifts and Harvard colleges for exCommissioner of roads made a stateamination. ment regarding their cost. Rock, Arkansas Dry Little There aro 57,000 miles of roads in The Supreme Court denied the thu statu containing within tho s petition of tho wholesalo liquoi-dealer- highways 220,000 acres, averaging a for a rehearing of a recent valuu of !&0 per acre. This placus rase in which tbe Court upheld the thu cost of original investment at roing prohibition law. This makes $11,000,000. Tho improvements made Little Hock, Ark. dry on Dec. 31st. upon the roads brings their estimated value to $50,000,XX). Tho state The Spendthrift. The applause tliul iievoiupniiles tka) and counties pay for thu upkeep of uever Imx u cash value. these roads little moro than 4 per I I Judb'e. (Contliiui'd on Pa go Four.) Pace Two. The citizen a family ntwtpapsr for all ihtt Is right, tru swd inttre ttlng A rabtUhnl errry Taurly'U Beret Kf BEREA PUBLIbHING CO. ( I n ro rpn m I WM. C. FROST, Ed.tor-tCRUTH McFALL. Offitt EJ.tor DEAN SLACIX. Circuit tm Mn.tr ,0 JITTI K v THE CITIZEN CIRCUMSTANCES. November 6, 1913. DIGS HIS OWN GRAVE; LIVES TO TELL OF IT - - bedroom, she was bidden to nit unnn John Rnherfsnn. pending further Inatruc-- , Sane ratlCni, ,110ns from headquarters. oolr a small girl, but even little people can be naughty some- times, and this wti one of the occa- Iodi when Mabel had kicked orer the traces. Naturally, mamma was terribly an-- 1 Ery, and Mabel was dispatched to the i regions aloft where. In her mother's She. was MAN'S LIFE SAVED BY DRIPPING WATER Mexican Army Officer Arrested as Spy Reprieve Granted an FsnnnnH HSS 3 Hair-- I In (Cumliit IS . Christian i Temrfir lie National Woman's I t.'nlnn in Nick of Time. 'certain chair, LIQUOR SELLER IS GREEDY Dangtrous Subscription Rates PAVAHLK IN ADVA.VCK Oit hit Uenllu Thrrr Months Send mont; I'j Pw.-oftof Kip iijiej Order. Draft. Rtitrw tetter or one mil tro Yrar . . fff . rvk DIT The particular w Kankakee, IIL Drip drip drip! drop of water every hour lor 49 days, the biblical limit of fasting, fell (lato the eager mouth of John ton. who was sent trom Chicrn to the umrt. or , Kankakee State Hospital for the In sane. For 40 days that drop an hour was all he had to suttaln him. Hit tnje- story was told as he lay In the hospital Miss 0. "Tell me about It. What I and watched with gaunt eyes his "I won't say It as strong as that There's a few palate ticklers th' miss- did he nuries as they endeavored to coax life Miss It's a lady doctor. Into hie emaciated body. In the, 40 us Is good at makln. When I'm hun gry for one of 'em I let her come In Pennsylvania Punch IlowL j days Hobertton had fallen in weight irom n pounos to .;. an' cook me some. Out that's th' one tSOCMTlON KBNTUCKV.rRBSS I FORK OVER. In a mad endeavor to etcape from exclptlon." the asylum Robertson slipped from a Wo Whiskey Advertisements! (quad of men marching back from Trying to Crawl. No Immodest News Items! work In the fields. He had never been "I see that some fat man's friend "a violent" patient Hut the Idea of has Invented a shirt with the lower I freedom had orn on him. Unnoticed , part a pair of trousers." tal." HINTS TO TEACHERS. No. 3. by the guards be slipped thrown the "Yes, I hare some of them." Vn cltlm that no Industry hat a uylum grounds and dxshed for lib"That kind of a shirt cannot crawl Precepts For Class Work. not conright to eiltt which do erty. up a man's back." ! tribute In come manre to the First, always take time enough in He forced bis way Into the window "No. but mine try so hard that they welfarn and prosperity of the of the first building that he ran across. firing ont an advance lesson. Do keep my feet pulled away up off the perfect nation at large As In It wa an abandoned building, desertnot simply say "take so many pases' ground a good part of the time." every organ and i ph)slcal organism ed Itcauie of the Insanitary condition " the next chapter." or every atom contribute to the health N Into the dark cellar of this structure II is your business to keep up the tl"a.!'or H,m' and happlne of the body aa a whole, Kobertson slipped. He had no food Yes," mterest of tho pupil That is what ' wlth a deep drawn ilgn ,.re KflnIihe,' to true economic science) would deand no drink. Hour after hour he Made to Dig His Own Crave. clare that every human being should Iho toachcr is for. A student might ( my teal education at last!" watched by the window for a chance s;o through Iho book so many pages to escape. Hut the guards were alert. dig his own grave while being beaten be not only a container, but In some "And now," said the friend, "youU a day without any teacherl 'Everywhere he saw them searching on the back by a saber In the hands of degree, at least, a prodoow. a cont sit down and wait for clients." ' tributor to tho welt being of society with their rifles. a Mexican captain. "Not on your life, I won't!" replied When tho lesson is over say, tt a whole. He watched and waited. In the deep j After escaping from his predica"Next timo wo arc going to learn ' the new attorney. "I've got a Job Now the liquor Industry Is net silence one day. when his tongue was ment hn walked to the nearest railI itbout such and such things," and ' Promised me In a dry goods store." swollen iruro iacK 01 water, ne neara. road station and came to El Paso, only non productive of good, but It Is then give them with your own lips an actual and an active producer of ' never to return. Mr. Holdtlte I wonder where the Drip drip drip." 'd"8u.T,THr ""d,"", a little account of tho next subject. money's coming from tor that new hat From a rusty wster pipe, green with Th The Mexican major was arrested sn enormous and dangerous clasa at which is to bo studied. Have you wlfe ofr wth the chlIdrea for lhelr of yours? The saloon, the gamthe crust of tllme. a drop of water wae In Juarez on a trumped up charge of not noticed that people remember vacation In the country. As she got Mrs. Holdtlte From the mint, I supsedition, was taken to Chihuahua and bling den. the brothel, the Jail, the what is told them better than they Into the train he said: "But, my dear. pose. I'd hate to think you were a Imprisoned In the dark celts with poor house, the Insane asytnm, alt furcounterfeiter. won't you take some Action to read? other condemned military prisoners nish their quota to the social discord, remember what Is read to them? "Oh, no!" she responded sweetly. and had nothing to eat but a few all add to the turn of human misery. Anu in giving out a lesson, you sn aro to more or less extent ine No, Never. thlrir..lr to k have a chanco to do three or four "I shall depend upon your letters from Th mermaid ! a favored soul. ' " 'Mor traffic And counted them, dally, and dry bread ' Proh'c lhing3 which will save timo and home." London Tatler. She's clever and she's tweet: After being left alone In his cell, ,,m ",h8 tra,,e" m "nblnshlngly for But If she cannot have her war tho pupil in learning how-tassist share of the earnings of Isbor! without anvonn to aneak m and with I 8URE. She never stamps her feet- study, the vermin crawling over him, he was ' (a) You will give him the correct taken from his cell at night by a de- - BEST WAY IS TO PROHIBIT Favorite Fiction. pronunciation pf any hard words in "Ifa So Good to Get Back to Work tall of soldiers In command of a Again." Iho advance lesson. federal tint captain, marched to the People Never Co Right Until They "Yes, Indeed: the Rougher the Lake (bj You will connect the next les-- 1 graveyard and there given pick and Have Tried All the Ways of Oolng Is. the Better I Like It." shovel and made to dig hi own grave Wrong, Says Spencer. son with tho things the pupil al- "It Thundered and Lightened Inces While this was being done, tho fed ready knows. And this is the great santly, but I'm Not Afraid of Light-- 1 eral captain beat hlra over the back J Herbert Spencer onco said. "People ;ccrci of both memory and thinking j nlng." with the flat side of his saber, swear- - ' never go right until they have tried power. Dropped Business Entirely; Didn't "I Ing at him In vile Spanish all the time i all the ways of going wrong." think (c) You will put him in the proDo a Thing While I Was Away but, Major Echagaray Finally ays be this truism la morn perceptibly shown per spirit of atudy with an awakj Just Best." could stand tt no longer and de- In the various method men have tried "Did I Catch Any Fish? Only a ened curiosity and interest. manded that he be shot rather than In dealing with tho liquor problem Few Perhaps a Dozen or Two Black Second, in beginning a class exhear his mother's name Intuited. Just than In any other way They have Bass." as the firing squad was lining up In tried the unrestricted tain, and the ercise, start with some part of the front of him to Are the midnight bells regulated sale, They have tried low reriew. Tliis should be easy, callWily Old Sea Serpent. on the cathedral In Chihuahua rang license, and high license. Thoy have ing upon the pupil to report or. First Sea Serpent What'a the use and were followed by a trumpet call tried the segregation of the sale to things which they have already gone of fooling around away out here to cease firing A reprieve had been restricted areas. They havo tried the over m class and on which' they' Why, we're at least Ave miles from granted hi in and h detail of officers dlspeninry They havu trttvl everyMind and Body Centered on the Leak had been sent In nn automobile to thing can answer promptly. And it will shore. Let's swim In, scare the bunch In the hope, of mnklng the sa' i and get our Pipe. In show tho connection between what named In the papers. notify the federal commander, ho loon acceptable to the better class of Second Sea Serpent Aw, what's goes before and what comes after.' The boarder You advertised this And now. they are trying tn falling. Once every hour, with the reg- was about to execute him. He was people It is tho knitting of things together P'ace aa being a summer resort. Why, the use? You know yourself last year ularity of a clock tt dripped Into the liberated the next days as It was reform it! ' the thermometer hasn't been any low- - we weren't within 2.000 miles of this found that he was not a spy nnd be Wn of the southland, along with that helps the mcmorv and im i earth. 90 degrees ever since I've coast, and yet all up and down it they proves tho nower of thinkins;. Tha er With a glad cry Robertson, weak slept In the hills until ho could thoutandt of the best peonln north snd . ran our pictures and gave us the beet board a train and reach the border west and east, decided long ago that trained mind that you are trying toj ben ne!?; wrlteups we've bad since we've been from hunger and thirst, cast himself Wlser- - Well, ain't 90 d tho bet method of dealing with the opon the leak. He was too III to stand. produce inyour pupil is one which grens In this business. liquor traffic la to prohibit It. Just as summer? Ho tank limply to the ground and RODENTS CUT OUT CIRCUIT we thinks of things in their connections that the best method of fainted. He was aroused when a drop A Wlte Parson. find in their proper proportions a sure, dealing with theft nu.l nrson and mur-- , Mrs. Wesley Crosscut You're sure- of water struck him In the face. It Rat and Mouse In Electric Switch dry It to prohibit mind that knows which comes first tetter wht'holiday than was cold. He twisted about until he these evil. Sllena ly not going to be away Wednesday Shut Off Circuit for Forty-FivA and which comes second, and can M. llolman, , president Tennessee W." night! Dont you remember that Is had approximated the fall of water, j Minutes. C. T 1' distinguish between big things and , The next drop of water struck bit the date Deacon Uunce has t' for , liltlo things. cheek. Ily this time he had reckoned ..... . ....... . a ... I n our pound party? -yI ...... I . T.nn A NOTABLE MEETING New 8ystem. where the leak would tend It. tav.ng In the third place, make the work Rev. Wesley ", "Jon't believe I can ever learn my dear; but Crosscut (firmly) I do drop. He screwed his body Into that elof the class period move off briskly.! I prefer the ounce of loufcouiiateu lias anu Klecirlc com those tu.fLU vvujuiaiiuuo, vtuu tun preventions. Puck. position. With his mouth open and hit pany lines, NI"thrTri.n1'l,al C"lwnt,,on ' Wor,d' Ask questions that are easy to be circuit young man. dry and coated tongue forced between shut off all created a shortminutes and Brook' ' C' T' power for 45 gin with bo that tho pupil will get '? De He,d the ' "That'll be all right," replied the his lips he waited. ln ln October. POOR MAN. other night into the habit of responding promptprofessor. "I am at work on a An hour pasted. The drop came. It " C00 offices of a telegraph , More . ly. If any ate not ready to resI'm going to set 'em to raghad a "brassy" tatte. Hut It was wa- company,than notable meeting will be that f between Naahvllle. Memphis . pond promptly don't let them limp time music and let you sing 'em as the ter. ?.e nlntn I'nnlal convention of the and Texarkana. Ark., and Cairo and along, but just drop them until choruses of popular eongs." Once the drip of the water wat New Orleaua, were out of commission Worlds Woman's Chrlstlaa Temper gauged, Robertson rested. In the darkooxt day. If there aro some who Elevators In hotels and otllce build- ance union in the city , of Brooklyn. Elastic Currency. ness of the foul basement where tin ings were "dead" and the other sorts New York, Octobor novor recite promptly, keep them Inclusive. "Of course you favor an elastic curonly possible means of escapa was a of business were after school and give them some rency." still while men were Tho World's W. C. T. U. was organwindow Robertson irnall almost Inspecting sources of trouble and ized by Frances E. Wlllard In 1881. friendly drill until they can recito "Yes," replied Grandpa Mlntllcker; smiled. All thought of eecapo wat twitching power onto other supply ca- Mrs. Margaret Bright Lucas (sister of promptly. Nover let tho class ex- "but I'd like to see some o' that good gone now. Robertson bad passed the bles. John Bright, the famous British orcises drag and drone along. elasticity that 'ud enable stage of thinking all except one Twenty-flvmen worked from mid- statesman) wns Its first president Z bill to reach all the way around In tho next place, never scold a a thought water. Hour after hour ha night until four o'olock bvfore the Then Miss Wlllsrd became rts leader, dull pupil before the class. The on- - a family market basket." Washingwaited. Once every hour that drop cauee of the trouble was found, and In afterwards Lady Henry Somerset, and of salvation slipped down the cor- order to be certain of It, the men had the prtwent president la tho countess lr nccaxlnn for Kmlilint? nr snrenam ton Evening Star, roded pipe and fell Into his mouth. in rinse Id ulinrn ti sfnilont Id nt f tin to Inspect 11 mllee of power ration, of Carlisle, Mrs. L. M. N. Stevens of Box Office Art. Then one day some workmen, look' lifting lids to manholes and testing Portland. Me., president of the Unit-e- d amarty, upstart kind or has been JonetJ Well, 8mlthy, how did you Ing through the old building to see Slates W. C. T. U, ts connections. neglectful, liven then a like the show last night? from what point they might begin to Conventions have been held In About four o'clock, one of the exteacher is not justilled in liumilat-in- g Smith Oh. fair. tear It down, slid through the base perts found troubles that caussd him Boston (two), Chicago. Iondon. ToJones What was the plot? a pupil before tho class, unless ment window. With difficulty they en- to climb the pole where the Glasgow. box ronto. Oenevu. Edinburgh, Smith Don't know. Think It was ho has already tried talking to that tered the place. The Arst of them had was attached to un oil box. clrcilt off The World's W. C. T. II. kaa sent out Tuklng manager pupil in a friendly way by himself. between the author and the an electric pocket lamp. He Aashed the ltd, he discovered J2 round missionaries, who the charred reto get 2 out of the audience. Life, mains of a mouse and In a hole In the have carried the gotpel of Chrlstlaa Henderson Wouldn't you like to be It temperance Into fifty different coun"Old clothes," be remarked to hit oil box he found half the body of u rich enough to do what you pleased? Origin of Duels. The Trouble, "I didn't think they let rat, tries. These countries havo national Hen peck No. I'd rather bo rich companion. Dueling took IU ri-- f from the Judi"What was the trouble vlth the that kind of stuff lay around." enough to do what my wife pleased. The new wires were connected and organizations and most of them will cial of the Oltlc untlon),. poor woman." Ills light bad fallen on the spot un In a minute every power cable went to send delegate to tho Brooklyn "We thought she was In a catamose The flrnt formal duel In Ilnulutid. beder the leak In tho pipe. working as usuat. Forbidden Subject. condition, but the doctor said she was tween VYIIIIhiii. Count D'lX and Must have been here for a couple Pa used to run u printing- shop. under the Influence of aniline." hi of weeks, too," replied fellow Itn.uuird. took i!;ici In UW. Du Unfit Phytlclsns. That's how he got Ills staks, Then She Woks Up. Uut no unt bra worker. "Look at the mold on 'em." about the p el I uc In ilvll nmtterx wiih forli!d!tn In Rjch n Greenville, Pa. Mm. Mary Ever-har- of Dr. F. A. MacNIchoIs. That father usml to make. A bit later their work took them tn the American Medical association, Fnitiieln I.W. I'luwU I. t liHllenseil! -- And what," he angrily demanded, an aged that side of tho basement. I'asslni trance to find resident, awoke from ar-a says In hit address, delivered beforw the HinHTr t'ti.irl- i- V. in mi In In "am I to have In return for all the the family tearfully Accounting for It the spot under the leaking pipe tha ranging with an undertaker that body nt Atlantic City: "A est! l.VJS. Tin lulu with Knmll .Mird- - ' money I have apont on you?" "In days of old there were many first worker kicked at the rags. for her was recently made for young phyfuneral. "Well, you've got tho experience," dark deeds done." was InlriMliuHl h.ti. I.uaiiiwl In iw; "Good God!" he exclaimed. "It's s sicians to enter the United Statsa "Possibly because In thoeo days man!" huhIi. In lilTIl Hint j he calmly replied. A piiN-- l .,i ml.. army. Eighty per cent of those mere was so much knight work." Mtt Hit Match. no Mrii MmuMI ' iMinloiiiil wliu limi Robertson opened his white eyelids. amlned were rejected as physically . A Paris "Apache." terror of His Business. j Pari. Lllltil mik'Mm-- i in .i ilin4. Tinme got" ha shouted. "You can't unfit." He then asks this thought' "They say that surgeon Is a very Very Much 8o. H'UM I'lln-klt- l in tin- IMll-- ll hniij In take me away from the water. It' all tourists, met bis match In an Ameri- productlng question: "When s "Did you ever come In touch with the water there Is." can woman, when Mrs. Ford Thompof man." In Kncliiinl Iri rude sort I7lf.' Mini vvk lUi-'n- l of the tnoit representative men "He Is. I know for a fact that he society circles?" '.Ml Jllll lil I. Klll!UH voice died away In u harsh son of St. Louts, whose pocketbook ho In America are pronounoed unfit ttll Ills for ''Oh, yes; I've been knocked down would cut up the best paying patient snatched, pursued uml taught him, City Stnr. croak. Then he became unconscious. war, what shall we say to thslr I s once or twice by their autos." be has." to father the next itueratloar Tolerated. "Does the missus Interfere In th' The New M. D. kitchen work?" Inquired the Invettlga- Miss Gojilp What's this I tor. "Does she?" replied the stout cook. about the doctor's being no gentle- mnI "Don't think It!" Miss Matter Tes, that's "And she doesn't do any of the cook-Ing- r A I I M.-o.-gin-emJ a on label shows to The dale after ywir wtiat date jour MtriptiHi i t4kl If it t not I eelt after teaewaj chtnrrrf wtthla thre notify at MutMnt number will he fUdlr supplied tf we ft notified Liberal term nlto to any who nbtain new subscriptions for m Any one endin us four ren. obrrlptloncn rtctiteThetttnen tree i or nitnwu lor ooe vrar I drertlslni; rate on Clt (UBp. tint long delayed, from Mabel's point of ' rlew, and after half an hour she Ten- - j tured to query In childish treble: "Mamma, mar I come down now? I promise I'll be good." Headquarters was still huffy and wafted ud the stairs the renlr: "No, you sit Just where you are till I call you." "All right," came In tone from the bedroom, "all right, mamma. only I'm sitting on your best hat!" Gulf States Pretbyterlan. i j sing-son- Instructions were' ' Irnnmnrh rnnru rim El Pato, Tel. A California born Mexican, a major under General Raising Experience, Oroieo and a follower of Madera, Is the only man who ever dug Ms own firing r a vsrt frave. faced atell his squad In Mexico I Uit I UilCU experience. I T Urt I O ""d to He Is Mai. C. II. Echagary. who was held Incomunlcado for lhrc Hourly Dripping of Rutty Pip Pre- months In Chihuahua City prlton, as vents Death of Chlcsgoan Whs a Villa spy, taken at midnight to a Fleet Kankakee Guards Ht Lost lonely burying ground and forced to Sswenty-flv- s Poundt During Tims. Industry Is Not Only of Good, but Produces Clatt of " which of Iho worklngrm-In n )ear mnny morn dollars than hn spenders arn apt to think mnny a saloonkeeper mlnht thut up be turned shop, many a grogs.rry It l tho hard enrned Into 4 grocery money of the day laborer, tho mechanic and the clerk which, pouring tleadlly Into tlif till of the liquor teller, makes nhlsky trusts snd beer I symllratea possible. I And what does the liquor dealer give In eichangn for the working-- I earnings of whlrh. with other man" merchants, he greedily claims a share? Food, clothing, shelter, happiness. Implement' No. Hn glvnsi In ex. I change that hlch rebt him of all He gives hi customer that thean J which makes htm poor Indeed In that It reduces tho capacity of hand and I brain (n employers aro finding out to their cost) and prodQer a mental and moral degeneracy which ' "labr" lens competent to protect It self sgalnst the nutocraey of "capidlmi-- s Tlif liquor seller knows full well that were It not for tho nickels snd n .,.i fr o i '. .' 1 I ; fungus-smellin- g i ' V. A ' ,' new-syste- e-- e d Cod-frt-- t, -- - - "It four-fifth- November 6, 1913. fHE CITIZEN. Page Three. the side wlndowa and tho end of the header over loft Joists There Is each window which holds the two Conducted by Prof. Frank 9.' Montgomery, Instructor in Animal Joist that coma over thera, the dotted Husbandry, and Special Investigator. Framework of Building Is Gener- lines show the position of the same. The openings for th windows are ally Most Expensive. four feet wide, and the windows are BEREA CORN SHOW. falfa as ever grew anywhero a few four feet upart In drawing No 1 weeks ago on llio farm of Mr. Hen wa have the floor and foundation Will Bring Great Crowd, and HunWilcox a mile out llio llichmond Main Features of Structure Illustrated plan. Also the location of the stalls, dreds of Exhibits. piko from West Irvine. feod boxes, hay chutes and litter car- Ara Light and Vantllatlon FounThrco crops yielding a lolal of Hera. Everything is in readiness for tho dation la Especially Strong A. A. la the feed great corn show and school fair. fully four Ions of excellent alfalfa In drawing No. , and Durable. boxes, n. D. the hay chutea, C. C. I'acli of the Iwcniy-cigboys of hay were cut from this acre this the position of the litter carriers, the corn cl tilt will bring in ten cars year. Mr. Wilcox Is Justly proud Ordinarily, a farmer has to build which Is fastened to the celling over $70 product from ono aero of but one feed or stock barn, or re- head and continues out Into the barn lo compete for the Duroo Jersey pig in this year one with no work required from Versailles. At least forty men model and repair an old one several I f '" "" "'" will bring in ten ears each to try except the harvesting. times during bis lifetime. It Is well This Held is especially favored in to consider the cost, as to repairing lo win the 500 pounds of fertilizer or to building anew. There Is genor the ton of ground limestone. thai iti's good limestone soil, which erally much eipenso to remodeling There will be numerous exhibits of when tested with acid bubbled up and repairing old buildings, almost popcorn, Irish potatoes, sulllciently lo have drawn a broad equal to that of building new ones. sweet potatoes, onions, pumpkins or smile lo Joo Wing's amiable face And where there la any doubt aa to squashes, canned vegetables, can- had ho been there. There Is much the cost, considering the advantages ned fruits, apples, baked goods, but- more equally as good soil for aland conveniences, between the two. falfa along tho borders of the mounIt Is beat to gtre the new the benefit 1 ler and needle work. tain country, and as far back in tho of the doubt Look over the prize list and seo if mountains as limestone is obtainThe framework In a building Is as there is any thing you can bring to able either from Ihc native rock or a general thing the moat costly part. - - - '.4ifl win a prize. All tho prizes aro of brought on by rail, alfalfa may oc Without a solid, or permanent founda- I tion and good framework, the life of Floor and Foundation Plan of Barn. a high order and well worth work- prolltably grown by liming and ing for; but the grand prize of all otherwise a building la uncertain. In designpreparing small fertile ing the building shown In the draw- lot to the manure spreader shed, the ami the one we aro all to win as spots. ings, the construction of the founda carriers being so arranged aa to the years go by is the improved meIt is simply a waste of limo and tion and framework was particularly empty automatically Into the spread- thods of agriculture to bo inaugurmoney lo sow alfalfa on poor soil tad up for strength and durability. er. ated at this corn show methods bv or by carelessly preparing the seedThe Foundation. Two main feature of this building, which the coming generation may bed, or neglecting lo see that there 18 cubic yarda of bank run gravel. aad those that ahould be first In all have farms three fold as productive is plenty of lime in Hie soil. We 12 barrels of Portland cement buildings where human or animal life as Ihcy now aro. The Walls. aad welfare are at stake, are light will be only loo glad to answer any 720 concrete blocks, 8x8x24 Inches. The IJerca College Hand will fur- questions you may write us about and ventilation. 2 barrels Portland cement and 1 nish music. The foundation la made of conalfalfa, or come and we will talk it cubic yard sand. crete. An excavation la made two The children of the public schools over. Frame and Finish. feet deep, and one foot wide, the will have a conspicuous placo on sides of which answer for the form. 2,400 feet 1x6 Inch plank, (any tough the progrun. Profs. Lewis, Knight INEXPENSIVE FERTILIZER. A form mado of 2x12 Inch stuff, (this and strong wood); arches. and Secretary Morton of Hcrca, Prof. Acid phosphate costs about five 2,000 feet sheeting (No. 1 flooring.) Smith of llichmond, and Prof. Kin- cents per pound. Muriate of potash 2,000 feet flooring (loft). 35 feet squsres, roodlng (composi- ney of the State Experiment Station costs a triflo more. Nitrogen costs will speak, and President Frost will about 20 cents per pound. Nearly tion, rubber-old- , etc) 800 feet 1H Inch plank, stall partiaward thu prizes. all soils in this region seem lo have tions. The Tabernacle will bo warm, sulllcicnl potash. You can raise all 1,000 feet 74 Inch dressed lumber for light and comfortable. Thu College the nitrogen you need by growing the feed chutes and stalls. 100 pieces, 2x12 Inches, 14 feet long; will servo hot coffee and other leguminous crops. Manure values from different aniwarm drinks to out of town visitors Joists. 60 pieces, 2x12 Inches, 16 feet long; from 12 noon to 12:30 p.m. then the mals arc as follows: Joists. A 1000 pound cow, $29.00 per Hand will play till 1 p.m., when the 6 pieces, 6x6 Inches, 16 feet long; year. program will begin. Front Vltw. sills for loft. A 1000 pound horse, $27.50 per All exhibits must be in placo by 14 pieces, 6x6 Inches, 10 feet long; 1x12 Inch stuff Is afterward used as 10 a.m. if possible. You will have year. Joists) supports for sills, This form sets directly on A that of the excavation, and flush with t comb, ventilators, 18 Inches tall tho forenoon to view tho exhibits year.1000 pounds of sheep, $20.00 per and visit your friends. the outside of IL This last form Is and 18 Inches wide (metal). A 1000 pounds of hogs, $37.75. 1 set hangers and 1 track for hay eight Inches wide, Just the width of The corn and wheal will be judged Here is the fertilizer problem in the concrete blocks used In the confork. by Prof. Kinney, of tho Experiment 2 set hangers and 2 trackss for struction of the walls. Station, one of the very few really a nutshell: save every forkful of The foundation proper Is three feet litter carriers. expert judges of corn in tho stale. manure. 8 kegs nails, 20d. lOd. Sd. and 6d. deep, one foot thick at tho base and Save all your ashes in a dry place 12 sets of door hangers and track Equally good judges in their own eight Inches at the top. The floor and scalier them very thinly on the lines will judge the other exhibits for same. ef tho barn Is supposed to be one potash. 16 6 It. 12x32 Inch frames foot above the surrounding surfacu for so you can feel that if you win a laud for liaise cowpcas or soy beans for prize it is a matter of no small honsame line of the fields, and should be gradnitrogen fertilizer. 12 2 It, transoms, 12x22 Inch or. ed gradually away from the building. liaise rye to plow under in spring The walls are built of concrete blocks, frames for same. prizes by The presentation of As the cost of material differs In before planting corn or sowing cow-petxli2 Inches, and the height of the wall Is ten feet. The loft Joists set different localities I give no estimate President Frost will add still more or soy beans. directly upon the side walls, which of cost to complete the barn. This lo the honor of winning, and the Uuy no commercial fertilizer but picture of all club boys and girls 1G per cent acid phosphate. makes tho celling of the lower rooms that Mr. Ogg will Lake and present tea feet from the floor Tho best way for a young man to There are two made up. square lo each member of the clubs will bo that set on the foundation and a lilting memento to keep al home thoroughly learn all these and many extend upward to the arches. These more valuable facts about better in honor of this tho first great ancolumns are located on each side of I M 1 W m ' i ' ' ' i ' i ' ' .Ml nual corn show of Eastern Ken- farming, and stock raising and tin Iks main doors. Then there sro two best methods of accomplishing practucky. columns of tho same site, 6x8 Inches, tical results on the farm is to comp that set on the beam Just above the Side Elevation of Barn-pla- n ALFALFA IN THE MOUNTAIN lo Hcrea this winter and take the main doors, and extend upward to the COUNTIES. Is subject to suggestions arising winter term course in agriculture. arches. 2xC Inch studding Is used for It is not unreasonable to predict We are prepared to tako care of tbedldlngof the ends. The main doors In the minds of thrifty farmers who are 10x7 feet 'and are hung on rollers will be able to add to, or change that within ton years thousands of 50 such young men this winter. The on tho Inside of the building. These some parts, to suit their Individual acres of alfalfa will bo growing in small expense connected with it will doors are hung In pairs, the opening conveniences. the mountains of Eastern Kentucky. he tho best investment you ever feeing 10x14 feet. , I saw an acre Held of as pretty al made. The doors at the ends of the alley ways are SxlO and are hung on rollers on the Inside of the building. These doors run Into tho same pockets as not directly do the larger doors, against them. They are so hung that they pass each other, and both Disease lurks about filthy drinking saay be open at the same time with-ve- t vessels. 1 Interfering with each other. The arches set on tho wall, eight 8ttntlDg on quantity or variety of I I They are feed la not good economy. feet from the foundation. held In place by bolts and atrlps of Iron running horizontal with the wall Keeping two cowa to do the work Inside the building. The- - arches ara of one Is the causo of many losses the up-yframework ajhe complete They are net offour feet In dairying. story. from center to renter, and serve aa The best way to try alfalfa this year atuddlng, rafters, posts, beams and la to get good and ready to sow a flSBBBBBHSBBBBBBBBBrS!7BSBF7j?r!3 The sheeting Is put on patch next spring. crosstles. solid, a No. 1 grade of flooring being sed. This braces and strengthens A good brush Is one of the most the building In all directions. Tho essential Implements In cleaning the sheet extends over the endi one and milk utensils. feet, and forms a part of the cornlsh which la made up aa skeleton To make the largest and best horses eornlsh. out of your colts keep them glowing up of 1x6 from first to last. The arches are made tach plank, six of theso nailed together making a piece 6x6 Incbea. The The future of many a promising cow slaak may be of any length, and varl- - has been ruined by Improper milking soon after calving. FEED OR STOCK BARN MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE FARM EFFICIENT DRY MASH HOPPER Design and Dimensions Illustrated Are Result ef Considerable ExperiEasily Made. menting INTLTMT10NAL POULTRY SUNWSQiOOL Lesson (Tly E. O. RELXKIUJ, Chicago.) Director of Kvrntnt" Department, The Mood? Tllble Institute, ht i HiujYii """"" LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 9. In response to a query for a diagram and description of an Insldo ABSTINENCE FOR OTHERS' 8AKE. hopper a writer In the Rural New Yorker makts the following re(World's Temperance 8unday.) dry-mas- h 14:7-1- seed-whe- at, TiXiT! i I ply: 1.E8SON TEXT Horn. GOLDEN TEXT-- "It la not rood to est The accompanying diagram shows rleeh, nor to drink wine, nor to do any, an end viow, or crops section, of a thing- whereby thy brother stazaMeUi." dry feed hopper designed to prevent Horn. 11:21. tho wasto of food. The design and Paul was In Corinth, a city ot luxdimensions are tho result of consl'l-ernolsxpcrlmentlng, and tho hoppers ury, learning and licentiousness when aro very satisfactory, both for young ho wrote this letter to the believers In Rome, a letter of profound logic and ethics aa well aa a profound etudy In psychology and philosophy. I. None of us llveth to himself," Paul begins this chapter by w. giving a caution aa to doubtful disputations, "Judgments upon thoughts," whether it be In the matter of eating o 6. j !. 7iv feet m feet triie artf ihchet cftep. '. I L..l.3 Dry Math Hopper. as chicken? and older fowls. The one shown will hold a buthel of feed and 1b used In a colony houso for growing chicks; for older fowls It ahould be several times as large, keeping the di mensions of the feed opening the same, bo never. One used In my hen house holds 200 pounds of feed and la filled at Irregular Intervals as It becomes empty. They rmy be built of any Bluff at hand, tboupli mine are pine boards for enda, made of matched stuff for the and half-Increst. ono-lnc- h FEED CHICKENS IN SUMMER col-mn- There Are Few Farm Flocks That Will Not Improve In if Given Some Grain, common opinion that flocks need no grain feed in summer Is seldom warranted. The farm rati go Is valuable, anil there is no placo where eggs can be produced as economically, but thro aro few flocks that will not Improve In fegg yield it given at least on Ued dally It ought not to be dlfdcult to de termine whether more feed in needed, Something depends on the sUo bt the flock and the rango, but tho egg yield will tell. There la only ouo probable explanation for a farm hen's failure to lay egg i In summer, and that Is lack of feed. Occasionally it Is due to a luck ot the right kind of feed, but generally If tho hens have one feed dally ot any grain they will gtve good farm i The very 'l Tomb of a Persian Saint & er results. Wheat, barloy and oats are the practical summet grains, but It a llttla can Is uutd and soma meat, corn Is very good. Whatever grain Is used It Is genuine economy to give the bens access to dry bran. An open shallow box will do It you haven't time to make a regular feed hopper. No poultry man or farmer is feeding to the best advantage who does not feed bran. herbs or meats, or in tho observance of set days. Who are wo but follow servants (v. 4) of God? About such things as habits and observance of days we must each be assured In oar own mlnde, (r. 6), but while that Is true yet, "none llveth to hlaaeff" (v. 7), for "we are the Lord's" (t. ). He is the universal Lord, both et the living and the dead. (v. 9). What folly, therefore, for any believer to set him-el- f up in judgment upon his brother. Four Things Suggested. II. "Give an account to God," w. Verse 12 suggests foar thfcaga: (1) A universal summons, "each one of us," great and small, obscure or famous, each one must appear, none overlooked, none excluded, nono excused. (2) A particular summons, "each one of us," not en masse, bat as separate units. (3) A purposeful summons, "to give account," not of others but each of himself. It will not be "blind justice" that shall await us there, but & holy God, one who knows all, sees all, every thought and Imagination of the human heart (Gen. 0:6) and whose Judgment will be righteous. (4) A rightful summons, because of Its source, "before God," and shall not the Judge of the whole earth do right? No excuse because of the failure ot others will avail, no subterfuge be acceptable, "strict Justice" will condemn. laws and ordinances as to what we eat or what days we may observe will then be revealed fn the whlto light of the God whose naaae is love. In the light ot such a prospect how pertinent therefore that we turn (v. 13), from Judging others and loek well to our own conduct, lest that conduct become a rock of stumbling to other and weaker brethren. Another Law. III. "Follow after things which make To follow that for peace," w. which shall edify Is to exerclso tho "law of liberty." James In his epistle (1:25, 2:12) tells us to look Into this law and to continue therein for by it wo shall be Judged, yet thero la stin another law, "the royal law" (2:8, Matt. 22:36-40the fulfilling of which will settle every question of man's relation to man. We should so use our liberty that it be not evil spoken ot or become a rock of stumbling to any. Whether or not the kingdom ot God be In us, or we in the kingdom, depends not upon the ecrupulous observance of ordinances either as to eating, or the observance of days, but rather in the manifest righteousness of our lives and in having peace In our hearts, ch. 15:13, being filled with "Joy In the Holy Spirit" v. 17. Therefore, If to eat meat shall cause my brother to stumble or to be made weak (v. 21) "I will eat no flesh for evermore," 12-1Man-mad- o 19-2), I. Cor. 8:13. All of this leads up to the true of total abstlnenco as revealed In verse 21, "It la good not to eat flesh, nor to drink wine, nor to do anything whereby thy brother stara-blet- h or la offended." This does not alone apply to the Great American Juggernaut, the commercialized liquor traffic, which, according to the United States Supreme court, baa no legal ground upon which to stand. 'When ria-clp- le one-hal- f D0HWNQTEC1 Eggs not gathered once a day now are of doubtful quality. Do the birds have shade In an open, airy placo? They need it. Healthy broedlug stock la the great out requirement for strong chicks. Tho breed you like the best Is the ono you will glvo the most attention. Aa a source of Income the hen is not considered as seriously as she should be. There will never bo too many good poultrymen, but wo can all strive to be among the best. lime, freely, dusted every where, 1b cheap, and will destroy lice, gapes and tho roup. Feeding cblcka when too young and too much at a tlmo aro fruitful sources of bowel trouble. A few drops of spirits of camphor la the drinking water will often correct slight bowel trouble In old and young birds. Fresh, clean water la nocessary this tlmo of the year. If you have no running water, change that In your jars at least twlco a day. Do not neglect to chop some onions or onion tops for Uttlo ducks aud turkeys every day or two. They are relished by them and will do them much good. d Diluted stock dtp makes a good disinfectant for poultry quarters In case of a disease outbreak. There are some cattle that aro no better In the dairy ham than are the weeds In the corn field. The Indifferent farmer Is the one who Is always most slow and careless when It comes to working the road. Do not feed all of tho separated milk to the pigs. Tho chickens will return a good profit for some of It Form In Which the Half Arches Are Made. Circle us lengths, thu main thing Is to not have the laps closer togother than tear or five feet Theso arches are made up aa shown In drawing No. 4. Stakes aro set In a clrclo, which should correspond with tho size that the arches ara to be, the stakes should bo tall enough that several arches may be made at a tlrao. la drawing No. 1, tho arrangements of the doors and windows aro shown. Also the position of the arches on the wall, and the manner In which the plank aro put together that form the arches. Drawing No. 2 Is of the side of the barn. It shows the position of The alio enables you to keep two cows on the same acreage of ground that It takes to koop one without It I A profitable flow of milk once allowed to go down by default cannot bo regained until tho cow again freshens. I The apple growers who believe It Is Just as Important to sell their fruit 'well as to grow It are on the right track. I This Is the courtyard of the Dargah at AJmere, containing the tomb of Chlstl, one of that Persian family of saints and courKhwajah tiers which sent Its members to many parte of India. Mohammedans and Hindus alike venerate the tomb of Khwajah, a domed square building with marble tracerled walls and doors of silver. Beyond the candelabra (on the Is seen one of the two huge metal cauldrons right) niched for email called "degs" which are filled, on the occasion of an annual festival, with mixture of rice, spices, and clarified butter, that Is boiled for distribution. Muln-ud-dln the members of the church ot Qod In this "land of liberty" shafl eaeh bo governed by this principle U will not be long before tho liquor probleai any many other questions that are troubling us will be sottled. The real question will not be "la It wrong?" but rather, "How will It affect my brother?" All meats are clean, we know that, Acta 10:16, but we also know that many cannot eat, cannot participate in our acta, with a clear conscience because In so taking part there comes before the mind of the weaker brother tho evil associations nnd practices which so frequently accompany such acts or such eating. Our Indulgence, no matter bow' Innocent and entirely harmless It may be to us, is therefore not to be thought of. This settles tho drink question, the tobacco habit, dancing, card playing, theater going, and all "questionable amusements." For onco teach a temperance lesson not on the ground of the harrowing effects of this awful traille, bat try to show that intemperance is largely the result ot selfishness. Show how less selfishness In our social relation would help to keep men away from the ealoon. Less selfishness tu money would keep us from accepting bloody tax money. I.ess selfishness on the part of churches by activities during tho week would kevn children and young peoplo from growing familiar with and Anally embracing tho monster vice. Many ancli-n- t authority Insert after Ch. 14, Ch. 16:25-2- Page Four. CHURCH NEWS. THE CITIZEN. Baptist Church. Election day in Ilerea passed off Prof. C.alfee has been nbsonl n ipiietly, considerable Interest beiuir veek, al the invitation of (he cltl-e- taken in I he local race for Mayor. of Henderson, Ky., assisting Council and Police Judge as well n rof. Faulkner in the campaign of in the election of a magistrate. de Tuberculosis Sanitarium of that Mayor Gay, the Republican nom( Hy. inee for Mayor, won easily over Mr. Stephens, the Progressive C. M. Canlleld was visiting differ-- nl J. W, laundries in Nirliolasvllle, Dan- nominee, as did also Andrew Isaacs, ville, Winchester anil Lexington llepublican candidate for Police While Juikc over Mr. J. J. Braiiiiaman. the last Friday and Saturday. al the Insane. Asylum Laundry at J Progressive candidate. The Citizens Ticket for Council Lexington, lie found as Superintendwas elected as a whole over the ent of the Laundry, D. C. Booth, Progressive mid Independent tickets. student here in IP07-OMr. Beit Ramsey, (he Republican The Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. met in in Upper chapel last candidate for Magistrate, came thru Sunday night to hear a lecture from Willi a majority of 1!W over Mr. D. a Japanese whose name none of S. Ilotkin, the Independent candi(hem could remember. They wore date, while Mr. L. A. Watkins, Inawe struck by the story he told, dependent candidate for Constable which was not a lecture but just ti wmi out over Mr. Wilson, the other talk about the struggles of Chris- Independent candidate. Mr. O. I). Holliday. Republican tianity and how it got hold in a prom Japan w hine Buddhism was candidate fur llepresentatie, show- vince at its strongest. The missionary led considerable strcnulh. but failed who opened tip Hid Held eight years ito muster enough Republican votes ago is an American of simple life to overcome the heavy Democratic tint supreme trust in anil reliance majority in the other end of the county. upon (Sod. The following is a list of candimissionary, is Mr. Vorbet's, the otes secured by being supported by the Student Y. dates showing M. & A.'s or Kentucky, and Mr each: For Councilinen. Citizens ticket, Yosliila is his worthy helper. J. K, Baker, I2rt; John W. Fowlo". Hallowe'en. CM ; L. A. Davis. 105; J. B. RichardThis year's celebration of Oct. 31st son. 105, O. C. Preston, 135, C. F. depart- - Itumolil, was a great success in all KIT; Progressive, It. II. inenls, each having features of real Chrimian, 52; John Muncy, 0'.; W. distinction. II. Slowe. 05; J. L. Pitts, 50; W. B. Harris, II; Independent. I. C. Bak- -, or. 15; N, J. Coyle, 85. For Mayor, llepublican, J. L. Gay, l!2; Progressive, J. W. Stephens, 52. For Police Judge, Republican, AnI drew Isaacs, 102; Progressive, J. J. Hrnniinmau. 12. ' For Representative. Republican. (5. D. Ilollulay. IW; Democratic. J. F. White. II. ns 11 H. mats-meeting November BEREA ELECTION. Ct, 1913 COLLEBEJTEMS sister, Miss ('.loo Morgan, who proved themselves a delightful host and hostess. A typical ner was served. Kentucky din- LOCAL PAGE a i NEWS OP BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A c VARIETY OF SOUR-E- S ooooaoooaooaooi DR. BEST, DENTIST OITV IMIONK IS3 & o.entIetl visit Mr?, Hardin Golden is making ;m Willi her daughter, Mrs. Jennie Coyle, in Mitchell, Intl. People are coming in crowds from Office over Berea Bank Trust Co. DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock INSURANCE Will sign your bond. Phone 505 Richmond , Ky. L, & N. TIME TABLE North Bound, Local Knoxville 7:00 n. m 10:65 p. m. 1:07 p. m. 3:C2 a. m. BEREA 7:45 a.m. C:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound, Local 8:15 p. m. C:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:31 p. m. 12:33 a. m. BEREA 5:50 a.m. Knoxville 7:00 p.m. Express Train Better furniture at Welch's (ad) The needle work school exhibit, Mr. Richard Howard and Mr. Walbutter, vegetables and baked good3 ter Hitler wore down from Dayton, show will make the corn show of as (., last week, spending n few days much interest to women and cliil with old friends. then as to boys and men. Mr. Albert Bickuell, who has been Mr. D. M. Click returned to bis out west for the past two years, home in Kerby Knob for election arrived in Berea Monday for a vis- day. it with his mother, Mrs. Ahna Friends of Miss Kdith Frost, who Watts. underwent an operation for appen Hot coffee, and cereal will be serv dicitis at Christ's Hospital, Cin oil by tho College to all country cinuati, recently, will bo glad to people at noon Saturday at the corn know site is rapidly improving. how. The best speakers obtainable will Mr. Jerry Richardson is suffering be al the corn show Saturday. from blood poisoning resulting from Many valuablo lessons in better a slight scratch. farming will be given. Have you seen Welch's new Dry Mrs. Martin, of Luelo Congo Helga, Goods and Gents' Furnishing Depart Africa, addressed Mr. Taylor's Bi(ad) iiicnt? ble class on Sunday morning last. Mr. J. M Early is home for a fewJ Professor llumold's class was al days. so invited to hear the address and Miss Mao M inter, accompanied by a delightful half hour was spent in Miss Margaret Dizney, made a trip which Mrs. Martin proved herself to Richmond Saturday (0 consult an a most forccfftl and entertaining occulisl. speaker. Bring any fruit or vegetables you Mrs. Martin hail several curios, are proud of to tho corn show Sat- one a python skin twelve feet long, urday. which attracted special attention. Mr. Tom Baker, who has for somo Mrs. Martin will again speak at Untime been in Detroit, Mich., is at ion Church on Thursday evening at home for a visit. the regular prayer meeting hour. It's no odds what you want you ANNOUNCEMENT. (aj) can find it it Welch's The Citizen is asked to announce Judge and Mrs. Morgan of Hydcn that the Women's Industrial opens eamo to Uerea to see Mrs. Morgan's on Friday, November 7th at :00 p mother, Mrs. Lizzie Azbill, who is m. at Union Church. in a very low condition as a result MONEY TO LEND. of a fall received somo four weeks te $1,000 to lend on at 8 ago. Prof. Kinnoy of the State Experi- per cent, write to or call at this (atl) ment Station is ono of the very few nlUcc. expert judges of corn and wheat FOR SALE. 111 tho Slate. Ho will judge the House and lot on Center Street, ami wheat Saturday. com lot fronts GO feel on Center Street. Miss Dora Ely, who has had running hack 25 feet. l ive room charge of the children's Uomo in dwelling; good garden, stable, and Buckhorn, Ky., came homo last week suitable outbuildings. Title perfect. on account of ill health. Mrs. M. F. Brookshire, Berea, Ky. Get those shoes at Welch's, (ad) Mr. W. A. Adams is to have charge SENATOR LESTER DIES. tif the Model Country School in the Mr. Charles F. Lester, Wnrrcnlon, West End. Oregon, gradualo of Berea College There will bo four largo stoves in f in lte, son of our former trustee, Iho Tabernacle to keep it warm for and brother of Mrs. Jennie Lester the corn show. Hill, long connected with Berca's Mr. Edgar Moore of the Portcr-Mooteaching force, died at his homo on Drug store was in Knoxvillo tho 21st of October. Mr. Lester was a prominent man tin business Friday and Saturday of last week. in (lie stale, incmncr or too htaio Havo you socn tho now cloaks at Senate, active in business. He went (ad) , west immediately after graduation Welch's Dry Goods Dept? 1 real-estaro No. 33 will stop to take on passengers for Knoxville and points beyond. South Bound 8:00 n. m. Cincinnati 11:55 a. m. BEREA No. 32 will stop at Berea to take on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and Ky. points beyond. Mrs. K. F. Coyle anil Miss Dora North Bound Lly went to Hichmond Friday. 4:45 p. m. BEREA tell all your neighbors that do Cincinnati 8:50 p. m. not reatl The Citizen about the 8200 in prizes at the corn show and urge Everybody should read announcethem to come. ment of corn show on page three. Mr. L. V. Bowers of F.Ik Park, N Mr. Harvey James left yesterday C, is visiting his wife and chilfor Mt. Vernon, Ky., where he will dren this week. lay brick on a new store building Mr. Harry Cotldington of Iloanoke Mrs. J. M. Early made a business Va., was visiting recently with bis trip to Loxington last Tuesday. brother, Mr. Bert Cotldington. far and with' to Iho corn show. Mr. .1. S. Knddoll, formerly of Scaffold Cane Pike, now living in Wnvnosburg, called on The Citizen lust Momlay. Mr. Waddell is well satislled with his new location, where he went after living nineteen years in Iterea. Miss .lean Cameron, who has heen spending her viirnt ion in Detroit, Midi, visiting her brother, returned to Boone Tavern Tuesday noon. You will see hundreds of people nl the corn show that you have not seen since commencement day. Mr. ami Mrs. .1. It. Ahill of Ilieh-niowere in Ilerea Saturday on account of the illuojs of Mr. Azhill's mother. Miss Xelma Winkler of Lenoir, N. C. spent a few days in town on her way home from a visit with Mis? Hazel Conwoll of Casper, Wyo. A pood day Saturday will sec a commencement erowd In Berea to see the great corn show and hear the speaking. Mrs. Italph Osborne is paying a short visit to friends in Stanford, ntl llev. H. II. Cnglish, who lias recently been appointed pastor nf the Itaptisl Church, will ho present next Sunday to preach his llrsl sermon. Repairs have been made to the furnace in the church so that, it will be in gootl order on Sunday and the house will be comfortably warm. All are cordially invited to attend. M. E. Church. Friday Ouarteriy Conference morning. The special sermons as announced last week will be continued thru the month. Union Church. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Dager will be greatly interested in hearing Mrs. Martin spei'.k at the. Parish House on Thursday night at. 7:30 on the wink in Africa in which she is associated with these Berea friends. Those who heard Mrs. Martin's delightful account at Mrs. Krnberg's soinv in tier studio Monday ailer-noo- n, were simply charmed with her graphic, descriptions and delightful simplicity of manner. A luost interesting evening is in store (or all who are fortunate enough to present Thursday night. Of lie course the public is invited. The scarcity of water still re quires (lie utmost care and economy I in its ue in Ilerea. I ulty wen delightfully entertained last Saturday night, al the home of Miss Ethel Todd, who was assisted by her brother, Mr. Alwin D. Todd. The entertainment took the form of a contest between two shies, in which the powers of body and mind of the participants were tested. Dainty ami substantial refreshments were served. WEDDING II MISS TODD ENTERTAINS. About thirty members of the fac- SURPRISE. was a surprise to all the com munity last week when the Climax id Richmond came out with the announcement of the wedding of Miss Mamie Giiimi, one of our well known young ladles, anil Mr. James It, Shaw, of Richmond, who were sec re lly married al the homo of llev. Keltch, OrlolxM- - 18th. C0MIN0 EVENTS SATURDAY, November 8: Corn Show ami School Fair, Collcgft Taber. nacle. MONDAY, Nov. V: Football, Academy vs. Vocational ami Foundation Nov. 12: Schools, WEDNESDAY, Lyceum OH. lecture, Edward Amherst WORLD NEWS. r:.nilliuir1 from I'arc One.) Slums of Dublin. his report on the public health of Dublin. There were more than 21,-oOf single roomed tenements. Muse IWXW had four occupants, 2,000 five occupants, 1,500 six occupants. Ht5 seven occupants, 10 bail eleven occupants for one room. Tho resulting immorality and death rate is correspondingly high. It is admitted by all classes in Dublin that, this portion of the city is both n civic disgrace and a menace, for Dublin is a wealthy city. English Cabinet. The King has appointed the Right Honorable Sir Unfits Isaacs to the I.rd Chief Justice of England, Sir John Simon to Is Attorney General. S. O. Btickmaster to bo Solicitor General. mi Sir Charles Cameron has issued Eye Openers cents 5 cents Granulated Sugar 5 lb. Bucket Pure Leaf Lard - 65 cents Irish Potatoes -- - - 25 cents, peck 65 Gold Medal Flour - BEREA GRADUATE STATE HONOR MAN. Mr. Randolph Sellers, who gradu-att-- tl from Berea College last spring is state honor man for oration and Eggs16 oz. -- -- to every pound - DEATH OF MRS. WEST. Mrs. Etl West dietl at her homo at Silver Creek. Sunday morning, Nov. Her death was due to paralysis. Besides her husband she is survived by live children Guy, Curtis, Horace, Mrs. Nelson White and Miss Loula West. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Howard Hudson Tuesday. Burial in tho Berea cemetery. Mrs. West was a sister of Mr. J S. and Mr. W. T. Galloway. Mrs. E. T. Fish and Mrs. Jennio B Fish, of Berea; of Mrs Lucy Hitter, of Whites Station, Ky., and or Mrs. E. O. Baker ami Mr. Granville Galloway, of Bethany, to nil of whom attended the funeral. 2. will contest with the honor men from all the large universities in 22 cents, dozen the country at the Biennial ConvenLeague of tion of the 100 cents to every dollar America which will be held at Columbus, Ohio, November The men who will contest are all members of tho Eastern Interstate Oratorical Intercollegiate Prohibition Association, and represent the best oratorical ability of the various colleges. A recent letter from Mr. Louis J. Karnosh, Berea College. 1013, gives his address as IIT22 Parkview Ave. S. F... Cleveland. Ohio. Mr. Karnosh is planning to attend an art school this winter anil iorfect himself in this line of work. At present he is tloing considerable work of that nature 111 connection with his brother The costuming at the College so- Anton, who will he, remembered as cial in the Ladies' Hall attic was a commencement visitor last spring. particularly gootl. It was not more disguises or outlandish divss, hui DELIGHTFUL OCCASION AT UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. we had tine historical personages A parly of ten Normal students, like Sir F rancis Drake, noble Indians, fanciful "Night and Morning" with ".Miss Bowersox as conductor, and "Father Duster," anil other con- spent a pleasant day on Saturday, Oct. 25th, at lncle Tom's Cabin, the ceptions that were of real merit. guests of Mr. Mack Morgan and his 59 to 0 for the College. The game between tho Foundation-Vocational and College fool-ha- ll teams Monday afternoon was too onesided to be interesting. While the pluck of the losing team could not be questioned they were eninphdely outclassed by the weight and training of the College Anti-Salo10-1- 3. STATE NEWS tCoiiUiiurtl from I'lge Our.) cent of what it cost to put them there. The railroads employ one man for each mile of their system! Would we make as much profit as the railroad if we invested as much capital? Madison County Producei a Harrr Thaw. On the plea of "momentary, insanity" a Jury of Clark County mm acquitted Brack Maupin of the murder of James Fnris. insanity in n All anger cause greater or lesser degree, as we we'l know, but every murderer would hi! ncipiitled if this plea were held as precedent. The murdered man wns shot in the back, anil his throat cut. He hail uttered no wonl of provocation. We Want Every Man in Berea To Know What He Can Actually Gain by Trading Here STOMACH TROUBLE CURED WITH men. FOOD. Senior Picnic. I havo prepared a courso of Icj- The class of 101 1 made an expedisons which teaches you how to tion on foot to Slate Lick Monday select and combine your food ot morning, returning for the aftermeals so ns to remove tho causes noon sports. of, and cure, stomach and intestinal Tlio class is large and congenial trouble. ami bail a very pleasant time. Drop mo a card and I will send Our teU We wish we could get every min in town to wear a pair oi Sloes antl a Suit oi Our Clothes just once put them to the judc them from every standpoint style fit and service. Why We know these in jn would all be our customers alter that. not try us for your Fall clothes and shoes. I The Racket Store 1 you my Ijttlo book. Scientific Ealing, Afternoon at the Fireside! frco of charge which explains Iheie The Firesido Industries are al lessons. Eugene Christian, F. S. D, ways of interest. Mrs. Ernborg, the 213 W. 9th St., New York City. Superintendent, has ever some new thing It) say or to introduce to her BLUE CRASS FARM FOR SALE. Monday afternoon her Lying in Madison County, Ken- friends. guests, associate workers and putucky, ono and ono half miles from inPaint Lick, Ky., on Walnut Mea pils were entertained in a most dow turn piko. Containing 73 teresting manlier by the products acres, I rood and 29 poles.' Gootl of the loom work. Hangings for Dewey of Washington, tobacco land. Fivo room dwelling, Mrs. Admiral pieces of iml wit rm uomol imit !i li.iilinr tobacco barn, and all necessary out- were shown with other ' He hail been mayor of his city. Ho beautiful design. buildings. Cistern near door. Then she introduced Mrs. Martin1 leaves a widow and ono child, War Spring in every Hold affording up ren Chauneey Lester. dryest of Batonga, Africa, 1,200 miles plenty of stock water in the Congo, who charmed nil by her Senator Lester is well remember- seasons. ed by the older residents of Berea. Fiuo orchard. Near churches and graphic description of African life Though he had not visited his Alma school house, stores, mills, etc. and exhibits of the native work in Mater for several years, ho wns Farm mostly sown in grass fabrics woven of plant fibre. All enjoyed a most pleasant afternoon. deeply interested in its welfare and Terms reasonable. remembered his old neighbors with All Interested call on Jas. A. MADISON COUNTY, affection. Anderson or A. II.- Kliltl. Berea. Ky. The Madison County Grand Jury. with Thompson S. Buruaiu as foreman, has done unusually good and (borough work. The most sensational part of their duly was (he investigation of bribery as directed by Judge Benton.' There was found to lie need of such investigation. II lines for eorupl practice have been imposed and a wholeMAIN STREET, Near Bank some fear of violating the law will j certainly bo tho result. - Wo will positively save you money. By Far tie Best Suit and Overcoats Ever Sold for WoBderfil Valaes ii Mea'iFall Safe aad Overcoats, at $15 Made of ahiolutely ull'Wuul woritedi cm aiinerei, iierget, etc. The very newest and moit popular tyle every one hand tailored and equal In etery war to mill and over cott 1 told elsewhere flo. Weur one thenjroit'll know $20 These mill ore not equalled eltcwticre at ten than $15. You will have to acknowledge these fncla when you see these garments. They are the greatest 2o inlta fori8o We Can fit the Whole family with good shoes -- uvcrcoun ill 111c world. Compare them w" have j" ever leen. see CLARKSTON WHEAT DRILLS HAYES BEREA, C& GOTT KENTUCKY '"&c Cash Store" November C 19 3. 1 1MB CITIZliN methods of farming lo tho pcoplo who farm poorly now nnd lo cooperate wilh tho best farmers in order to make their farms oven heller. II means that a system of extension work must ho worked mil by nil tho institutions in (he stale interested in (ho mountains and which Institution is not interested here? In order to carry Hie gospel of heller farming to ev ery mnunlalri farmer, both good and had ami thai all the leading Institutions in Ilic slate must cooperate in doing this great extension work. II means dial (he churches of this region must become interested more and more in the temporal welfare of the people and that the minis ters must begin preaching farm re generation and farm slock regener ation and fruit regeneration along with personal and spiritual regeneration. Home ministers are doing this already and aw making themIt selves fell In the new work. means the general awakening of all die people by a system of chaulau-ipia- s and other meetings (hat will carry this new gospel of salvation on earth by heller methods of farming, stock raising and fruit growing lo cwry borne in (hose highlands. The T.'i.oon fanners must all be reached. Those who need (o bo will he greatly benefited and those who do not need il will cooperali! wilh the forces that are interested in (he prosperity of all the highland homes. Poverty must go and prosperity must take its place. These things can not be brought to pass in a few days. It will take years of patient and persistent It will require (he expert work. knowledge and advice of all the best educators and public-spiritmoil not only of die mountains but of (he entire state. II is a (ask too lug for any one man or any one institution. All who believe in tho people iiiusl gel together on this matter ami formulate plans Tor a campaign of awakening nnd education. There are educators, news paper moil and women, ministers, other public spirited citizens who are doing their share already. Their ranks most be swelled and (heir efforts inn! be reinforced by die educational and public spirited force of the Commonwealth. John P. Smith. Itural Keoiioiuics, Herea College. ed en-ti- ro Page Five study of personal work, studies In evangelistic campaigns, missionary nclivitles of tho Y. M. C. A. and social service. Dr. Ilalnc nnd Prof. Smith of Herea were appreciated speakers of the conference. Tho sessions of die conference were held in various churches of Nicholasville. Thn citizens of the little city won the heart of the dele gates by (heir hospitality, the dele gates Itoing given free entertainment in the homes of the pcoplo HOUSEKEEPERS Must be Watchful For great efforts are being made in this vicinity to sell baking powders of inferior class, made from alum acids and lime phosphates, both undesirable to those who require high-grad- e cream of tartar baking powder to make clean and healthful food. The official Government IL pure, healthful, grape cream of tartar baking powder, of highest tests have shown Royal Baking Powder to be a strength, and care should be taken to prevent the substitution of any other brand in its place. Royal Baking Powder costs only a fair price per pound, and is cheaper and better at its price than any other baking powder in the world. THE GREAT PROBLEM Or MOUNTAIN COUNTIES. (Contlnuixl from THE and that food must be either produced in the mountains or purchased from elsewhere with money made by mountain worklngmen. Where will the food or the money come from) As I soo it there am loft only two meat natural resources for all (ho people; tho land anil the people llieiuxelvos. Although tho coal interests are, being developed rapidlv thin ii not going to bring prosperity lo many of the people. A few men, many of whom do not live in the mountains, will grow very rich hut llm people, who once owned the laud will he left poorer than ever. No "lie should suppose for an instant I hat tlm development of iho mineral resources of this recoil is going lo help all the mountain people scry much. The people must turn lo the soil for their prosperity. to look to limlier, They must cea 10 mineral lauds, to oil and pas wells for an income, and must look to the soil. The food supplies that l'fe One.) are now shipped into the region must lie produced at home. The soil will produce il if die right kind of cultivation is employed. This means that every school in (earlier in lhoe counties must to teach agriculture to the. hoy? Large and Kills in the schools. iiumliors are doing il already. Hun-dresay that it cannot he done, in (he one rbuni school, hut other hundreds are going right ahead and school leaching il in the anyway and are meeting with success. II means that (he state must sooner or laler the sooner the agricultural high schools all over (he mountains. II menus that every church school that expects (o do very much for the people of (his region must begin (o leach agriculture and household economics along wilh die other subSome of them jects, (aught now. have heen touching these subjects for years, others have not yet be gun. They must begin or shut up doors 111 a few years. It means that each county must have a farm demonstration agent to leach better bo-Kds one-room COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Hubert Johnston's Heirs, Plaintiffs, A FEW BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE No. 1. No. 2. concrete store house in One large, best business part of Herea. Cost $2,500. Make us an offer. One brand new six room dwelling (will be finishsquare to public ed Septembr 1 ) only' one-haschool. All plastered, finished in hardwood, four Also a large basegrates and cabinet mantels. ment about '22x24 feet, and two porches. Can be two-story, vs. Robert Johnston's Heirs, Defendants t'ndor and by virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at Hie October Term, 1 ii:t. of the Madison Circuit Court, in die above sly-le- d actum, the undersigned Master Commissioner of said Court will, on Saturday, Nov L':', 1913 al II o'clock a.m. on the premises sell lo (he highest and best bidder at public auction (he following described pro perly: A certain house and lot located in (lie city of Herea, Madison County, Kentucky, on die west side of Hoone street, beginning at a stone 111 center of Hoone street, a corner to Albert Williams, (lien northward with center of said 81 slreol lo a feet found on Hoone Slreol, corner lo property sold o . (i. Powell, thence west with Powell line lilt feet (o a slake, corner lo Woodall lot, (hence South H fivl, Williams, (hence east W2 lo (he beginning. TCIIMS: Said proper!) will be sold on a credit of six mouths lime, the purchaer being required to execute sale bond with approved securit, bearing li per cent interest from date of sale until paid. Payable lo (he Commissioner with lieu retained lo secure the payment of purchase inonex. 11. c. nice. m. c. m. a c. -2 COMMISSIONER'S SALE .yd m Coyle's Heirs, Plaintiffs, vs. I.yiliu Coyle's Heirs, Defendants. Under and by virtue of 11 judg ment and order of sale rendered nt the October Term, 1013, of tho Madi son Circuit Court in tho abovo sly-le- d I lf bought for $1,600. No. 3. No. 4. We have several nice residences on Jackson sjreet at prices form $1,200 to 5,000. We also have several Blue Grass farms in Madison and adjoining counties which we can deworth the money. Also several business liver propositions in Hardware, Dry Goods, Groceries, etc. Tell us what you want, and we shall try to please you. Bicknell (& Harris Berea, Kentucky action, die Master Commissioner of said Court will on Saturday tho L'l'nd day of November, 11)13, al 10 o'clock a.m. on llm premises, sell to the highest and besl bidder at Public auction the following described properly: A certain tract of land y, situated in Madison County, 011 the walers of Silver Creek, hounded by (he lauds of (ho llerea Fair Association and Win Kennedy, lauds of Herea College and Kiiiuard laud containing 0 acres, a good house nnd barn on this land, and being dm same land where Ly-d- ia Coyle lived at the. time of her death. TERMS; This property will bo sold on a credit of six mouths time the purchaser being required to execute sale bond bearing 0 per cent interest from day of sale until paid. Payable to dm Coinmissionar and a lien will bo retained to se cure the payment of dm purchaso money. 11. nice, m. c. m. a Ken-luck-2 a a Tho temperature of n room in which pcoplo sll should never ho Br Eakln and higher llinn seventy degrees nor President Frost. lower than sixty-flv- c. A Great Book in One Sentence. F.vcry person should lake a cold One of tho greatest doctors dial sponge bath every morning followever lived loft to bis family a ed by brisk rubbing with a rough largo manuscript volume contain- towel. This keeps tho skin healthy ing tho secrets of health nnd long so il nan rcsisl chills. (d) Cold feet are too often neglect life. Al his death his eager children unwrapped tho volume ami ed hut they arc sure to lower one's turned page after page finding il vitality and make him catch cold or blank until die lasl page of all. On some disease which is worse. To Ibis page was written a single keep the feet warm nnd dry wo good stockings but not sonlonco: "Keep Iho bowels open should have woolen ones, good shoes, overshoes and (he feel warm." for wet weather; and lake such ex Disease Comes From "Germs." particles are floating in ercise as will make Iho blood flow Minnie In every part of Iho body. the air, rising from every dust heap, freely which aro the seeds of sickness. Whenever dm feet aro found to ho They are of different kinds. Some cold and clammy we can afford to are the seeds of consumption, some stop and take a warm fool bath, with a are seeds of typhoid, sorno are rubbing them briskly vigorous roughse exer-riseeds of pneumonia. When 0110 spits towel, or take some which will insure free circuon the floor the spittle dries and is soon floating in tho air wo lation of the blood. Let us learn Iho Doctor's Dig breathe. Flies on dung hills gillhor germs and carry them to die food Hook on Health with its one. sen tence, and live by it. 011 our tables. Resisting Germs. DR. OTT COMING. Now a perfectly well person can All who henrd Dr. Oil give "Sour generally stand a good many germs Crapes" Iwo years ago will be anx without taking (he disease. II is iously awaiting his return next when people are weakened by sonic Wednesday nighl, Nov. 12lh. light disease thai they aro unable We would all enjoy hearing to resist (lie germs of die stronger Sour Grapes" again, but he will disease, and so fall sick and die. give one of his even greater lec Our business is lo keep so well Hint tures, "Will Your Dreams Come we can resist disease germs. True," or "The Spenders." Keeping the Bowels Open. No one should miss this chance to This is the llrsl thing in keeping hear one of America's greatest well. A healthy person should thinkers and speakers, have (wo full movements of the Announcement, will be maiJc that bowels every day. When there is night regarding die third number los than Ibis, decaying mailer re- of Hie course. Of course the Crane mains in the body nnd acts like coupon will' have to lie taken, but poison. When one is thus poisoned (hat does not mean that he is not from within, he is unable to resist to come. He will come later. And disease germs whichever Single admission tickets for Dr. germs get lliere llrsl, rheumatism, Oil's lecture will bo ' cents. pneumonia, typhoid or consumption, Tho Committee. will seize him and hurry him lo the NEW GAME OF "ARROKAY." grave. To keep the bowels open: (a) Drink a great deal of pure wa Classical Archery Revived in a new ter, not ice waler. Make il your Originated by Chas. S. form. habit to drink freely in the middle Knight. of the forenoon, the middle of the Golf is a winderful game, and very afternoon, and before going to bed al night. Hesides this you can drink popular with those who can afford somewhat at meal time but you il. Croquet is universally played should not come to (ho meal thirsty. from the great lakes lo the gulf and (b) Eat food not too rich. Fat from ocean to ocean; and in some little meal, graham bread, and corn places small groups of people arc bread are better than white bread. very much devoted to the ancient Haw cabbage is heller than cooked practice of archery. Tho originator of "Arrokay" has cabbage, turnips are belter than potatoes, sorghum morasses or honey succeeded in combining most of the are hotter than sugar. Hoi wheal good points of golf, croquet, and biscuits which hall up in the stom archery in his game, and the prosach are especially bad. Students pects aro that il will soon become must eat much less than those who very popular all over the country. Wo have just laid out our field do manual work all day. (c) Eat plenty of fruit. Choose here in Herea, apd have the honor fruit salad, tomatoes, lterries, of being the first College in the Slate prunes, tigs. An apple just before to introduce the new sport, and we going lo bed will generally make are certainly enjoying it. It may be of interest to other die bowels right, Colleges, Masters of Hoy Scouts, Y. (ih Take daily exercise (hat will bring perspiration. If you have lit- M. C. A. Secretaries, and Pastors to tle time for exercise, lie on the floor, know how the game is played so I pulling our loos under a chair and will describe it somewhat ih detail. First select a level Held something raise your body to a silting position without any help from your hands over six hundred feet long and three This exercises the muscles in (lie hundred wide. Saw iqi a six inch board into nine pieces each four feet region of die bowels, He regular in having your long and paint them all white. (e) bowel movement at the same hour, When the paint is sullieiendy dry, nighl and morning, day after day, add two bands oT red paint around Iwo of them, one red band around Keeping Feet Warm. Avoiding two more, a black band around "Colds." Next o const iiiatiou or the lack of four others, and a black and red bowel movement in leading to dis band around the last one. Now set your two red banded stakes COO ease is what wo call "a cold." Colds do not come from exposure. foot apart at either end of your Men can live all winter in air be- Held. Plant the red nnd black bandlow 7ero without taking cold. ed slakes midway between them, Colds arq contagious. They come and the two stakes with the single from germs. And the tilings which rod bands 25 yards in from tho two weaken us so that we cannot rc-s- it end stakes. Plant your four black the germ of a cold aro bad air banded stakes so that they will bo which poisons us, constipation just forty yards from tho 25 yard 150 yards from tho cenwhich poisons us, a chill which al slakes and ter slake, surround each slako so jioisons us, or cold feet which circles marked slacken the.circulalion of the blnoJ willi concentric with lime and you have a great (a) Bad Air. To he safe we must always have dm window down a croquet ground with the circle arfew inches from the top and the surrounded stakes instead of ches. room thoroughly ventilated with There are two ways to play tho open door and windows for a short game either shooting for points, time twice a day. Wo must tako deep breathing in the open air the stake counting 100 nnd each circroquet is several times each day. Otherwise cle 25 less, or just as played, each shooting in turn, and we shall ho poisoned through our going back if they fail lo droplhoir lungs. (b) Constipation. We have spok arrow inside tho circle. Of course en of already. Tho Ilrst thing to tho llrst one. who makes tho twelve Held successfully do when one has gotten a cold is shots round the good doso of salts or ens- - wins tho game. to take a You will llnd this an interesting tor oil to loosen the bowels, (c) Sudden chills poison the body and exciting sport, not only to tho players hut to the spectators as in Hi is' way: A greal deal of dead exercise, affords mailer is passing out of tho body well. It skill, andplenty of opporoilers tho through the pores or requires all the time apsmall openings in the skin. When tunity to "beat some one" that to most of us. the skin is warm and is suddenly peals so strongly to bless tho world. turned cold, these pores aro closed Long may it live y. m.c7aTconference. and the dead poisonous mailer is The Y. M. C. A. Conference al turned back into the blond. These chills come from Ilrst gel Nlclioliisvillo from Thursday afterling too warm and thou cooling olT noon until Sunday evening of last too fast, especially by silting in a week was ntleudeii by 100 delegates. draft of air or going with wet feet, Those who went from Herea ( twelve or silting in cold air when one's in number) report 0110 of the great clothing js damp. When chilled in events in their life. this way by somo accident wo The theino of tho conference was should al once lake a warm hath "Sorvico a moasuro of vital reliand rub dm body briskly with n gion." rough towel until tho skin is re The chief gatherings of tho constored to its natural gluw and ference were: Stiiflout volunteers, ministerial students, groups in tho health. THE TWO SECRETS OF HEALTH. Or. Cowley, Dr. there. II Is al these conferences that we aro shown the "bigness" of the work of the Y. M. C. A. SCHOOL RALLY. The following is a program of the School Hal ly nnd Fair which will be held, Saturday Nov. 8th, 1913, al Lancaster, Ky. 10:00 a.m. Prayer, Prof. II. A. London of tho Paint Lick Consolidated School. Music by Miss Sarah Daniels, of (ho Lancaster Oraded School. Welcome Address by Rev. F. M. Tinder of Lancaster. Response Prof. I. N. HackTSr of the Hiiena Vista Consolidated School. Address, Dr. J. G. Crabbc, President Eastern Normal School, Richmond, Ky. Spelling Contest. Afternoon Session. 1:00 P. M. Music by Miss Daniel's pupils. Address by Miss Georgia Dunn. Music by Prof. J. W. Ireland of the Stanford Graded School. Declamatory Contest. Music by Miss Daniel's pupils. Address by Prof. M. A. Cassidy of Lexington. Address by Prof. J. S. Dickey, of Howling Green. Address by Mr. II. S. Euhanks. Editor of the Southern School Journal of Lexington. Address, Prof. Smith of Berea College. Address by Dr. E. II. Mark, of the Stale Hoard of Health, Bowling Green, Ky. Announcement of Premiums by Prof. M. L. Cancer of tho Lancaster Graded School. '"'Til S J Powder f Buying I f Baking J baking better." When i f that makes "the n It leavens the is the I For thispowder baking I I m (food evenly 2 throughout; pun's ness, makes it I lightfully appetizingde- It up to airy light- - and wholesome. Remember Calumet is moderate In price, highest in quality. grocer for fAsk your Don't take a m substitute. f I I Received Hlsheat Awards I WtrU'tlimit, Ti tntMn. hrfa fit fCkiuf, Par Muck. III!. f 5 !. I nivvn OTMADeBYTHCTrL mtiiiii ft CHICAGO ITm Wl I I mm 1IMIIW 1W, K,WI-M- H Cllwrt U I MM'r U M Sulk tn ww k, Mi IWl Ur t w lit I B., CI.C h i I lfNMHIIMKil Page Six. pay. elm." IHii CITIZEN. lie mime oira JTnT November 6, 1913 ifeinuHy "pruje' T." To ful Hps I They would enjoy a honeyA HAUNTED ROOM. be slrk therein, fur It stood In n cnM she, OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO' moon tn Europe, whilestay the lonely and Bloomy place, close under the at bone old spinster, would "Whnt makes yon think thntT' The Mysterious Light That Qeerae alone. "nccnttsp hp was crazy to return to lhadow of n great wnll of roek Cary Egglttton Defied. In that moment she bated Jimmy As It grew dark ht lighted n lamp the show with which lit ued to per' LETTER There was and perhaps still la a UNCLE Vanstono, and her pretty niece, aad form and desperately In need of mn-7- . ind placed It ontMde thp window In room In a ccrtuln bouse In Virginia she mentally censured the cruel selHare 70a thought that Gregg rder f tint Its Meht mlghl cnlrh fh was supposed to be haunted. fishness of youthful love. might have had n hand In this affair? ranger's eye. and tbls Indeed It did. for which By JOHN HOPEWELL. Every time a person slept there be "You cannot marry anyone without Dunn Ml bp had. although he was almost Instnutly a pistol shot echoed "Ho your Aunt Felicia la obdurate?" would be sure to wake after awhile to my consent, Kthel; and I shall not aot present ut any of tin meetings." from the hillside far above algccllng And whole room pervaded by a aeked Jimmy Vanstone. the This seemed to surprise the attorney fcla approach. Kthel nodded. "Bho declares that as glvo It," she said firmly, dim yellowish gray or grayish yellow "U00J night, Aunt Felicia," waa Tery much. "Hut he's n sbccptuuur "There he Is!" she exclaimed In light. It was very dim at first, but It my appointed guardian she will never ho exclaimed. swift rebound to ecstasy. "Hear blm increased steadily till tbe occupant of consent to my marriage, with you. Alt Ethel's quiet reply as she pasted the twenty-one- . "I know he U. Rut he's also a silent I why of course I older woman and weal Into the boutr The Great Conservatiaa the cbnniher did from tbe unuieless cr am house. partner In the TfIuiikIp cattlo outtlt Ills voice could Indeed be beard. trrmr Iti nnnff Mr l!iwirri Cnrv liV. can do as I please." She read Mr. Daniel letter Novel and Is making n lot of trouble. And. though faintly, ami so they walled for anoth "You won't be twenty-onwas not to be daunted by these Bctou to his nephew before aha went to bed besides, he hud It In for thine dagoes, wu..,- i .........e uuu me u M .aiS nccorill,lcr decided to trv n cr six months." as he calls them, Urn use tbey were Tolce of the stream roue like an ex wo enn wait, Jim and tho tears that wet her lashes were "I know It IU "ilccollcctlons or a my," said Kthel but By HAMLIN GARLAND ehccplng territory which he wanted halutlon, Increasing In .violence as the nignl mere chased away by Irrepressible smiles. hopefully. Varied Ufe" he tells what happened: himself." "Wo can't wait much longer If I am Sbc tucked the letter uader her pillow night fell. It was nuout midnight when I en- to accept a position with tho Plow and went to sleep with a amlto on her "1 don't think hp's any too good for Copyright. 1910. by Manila Gacld At Inst they could hear the sound of Felicia, pauslug In tho door It," rcniwnded Simpson, "hut I doubt his horde's feet upou tbe rocks, and tered the room. It was raining heav- share people. They want me to sail Hps. If he bud uny hand In the killing, with girlish Impulse Lee raised a mu- ily, and tbe wind was rattling the for Germany on the fifteenth of Octo way with lighted candle aa was her tout shutters of tbe eight great win- box." SYNOPSIS. custom, saw thn amllo aa her heartlie's too cunning and too cowardly. sical cry. an luvliutlon as well as a dows of thp room. Lee Virginia Wetherford. who has been But I'll keep In mind whnt you bare joyous signal. "Jimmy! And today Is tho fifteenth strings tightened. 1 went to each of tboso windows of September." Kthel caught her "Sho does not care she does not is Involved In any de-"'J- To this the ranger made vocal minutely examined It. Tbey wcro breath sharply. care for mo!" she thought Jealously .1.1-- iiv ii uati- - iu hu uunu (lie luuu masculine woman. Is running; a shabby and they could soon see blm and hoarding home, where whisky U sold wltb the others. Ills money can't ave moving athwart tbe hillsides, zigzag- hung wltb heavy curains of deep red. "tv,,,. wprks. If MIm Weeks would as she went away. Wltbou t license. Having completed my examination, only recognlxo our right to love each Early tho next morning Kthel wool him." ging In the trailer's fashion, dropping Lee meets Hose Cavinagh. forest rasAs they came back to the party Cav- 4own with lucredlble swiftness. Ue explored tho closets and bolted the other and to consent to your marrying out to tho near by town for a day'a ter, and Forest Supervisor RedfleM. Car. I went to bed. The great four mo before I sail we could spend our shopping. anagb thought be detected In Gregg's was aloue and leading bis horse, but door. Felicia was writing let aaagh and Lee become Interested la ether. eyes a shifting light that wns not his celerity of movement and tbe tones poster was inexpressibly comfortable, honeymoon in Germany," grumbled ters In ber own room when Cello, the Wetherford, Lee's mother. Us little housemaid, tapped at thn door there before, but he made no further 0f his voice denoted confidence and aD ,DC "I'lash nul putter of tbe rain Jimmy. Lee starts In to Improve the charac"Como In," said Miss Weeks. M t "ent ull0( tne window uunds was Kthel waa silent; hnr race was ter of the boarding house. Cavanagk and attempt to Impress his opinion upon health. edneM compliment her. "IMcaso, M.is Felicia," said Cc.Ua the attorney or tbe sheriff, tie only Tbe doctor laughed as be said. "I 11 soothing us a lullaby I forgot all turbed away from the young man but Gregg, a ranchman, threatens Cavmaaa-b- . aid: "Well now. gentlemen. I must don't think a very sick man conld about tbe experiment In which I was he could see, that tho pink llpa qulv extending a folded letter, "I found this Lee Is disgusted with her surroundings. 1 have an apengaged, all about ghosts and their ered and tho violet eyes were heavy on tho floor In Miss Ethel's room. IL come down a mountain like that.' Us cesses her elicit whisky selling. Mrs. go on over tbe divide. flew from under the pillow when I ws pointment with tbe doctor over there; with teara. sdneld Invites Lee to visit Elk Lode. "Oh, be Isn't sick yet." said Ited- - ways, und went to sleep. Redfleld tells Lee about Cavanagh'a Inalso wltb n bed and a warmer suit of Held. "What we are After a time I suddenly waked to "Dercst." he cried sharply, "don making the bed." la a teresting career and explains tbe werk clothes than I have on. If I can he possible development" afraid of " "Put It on tho table. Cells," aald And the room dimly pervaded by that any service to you when I am out A commanding voice broke In upon Felicia and she resumed her writing. Lite wns on the veranda when Leo yellowNh gray or gTaylh yellow light Tr,y ar,7. ".VS trTTouTlSna Car- enagh delivers his prisoners to Judge quarantine i nope yon wm can aad tledflcld returned. "Did be get nbcb had so dltiirted tbe slumbers his words. "Kthel!" called MIsh Kellda When her letters wero finished she HlgJey for trial. upon me." looked up and saw the sheets of letthrough?" she asked. of others In that chamber. Mv awnk. weeaa in ner deep tones, Edwards, whose fine baa been paid, must go." said Kthel hurriedly ter paper fluttering on thn table. A "It Is posibIe that we may need you ne'D nil right so far." returned fled- - eninir wns so comnlete that alt mv fnr. joins Cavanagh at his cabin. II tells llow 018 our leaf rustled In the brcete from the Cavanagb he Is Ed Wetherford, Lee's In order to locate some of the men fleld cheerily. "We left the doctor ultles were nltrt at onco. I felt nn.lne "You wcro about to open window and her own name father I.ee thinks he Is dead. whose names you have given me." about to fly at him. We'll have a re-- my plltow nnd found tho pistol still unc'e'" lott.or- - Jin"-- -'' TTeThcrToitl 5ml "CavanagTrrlnd a sbeep 1 "Very good." replied Cavanagh. caught ber casual glance. "If port soon," ven' a ?'ad U Jct wnere , Dlarrd lt herder with smallpox. Wetherford be,L 0h:.,c'1 i.i . . , Temptation assailed this Impeccably i ,... They bad hardly finished telling of uiuuftiii mi cuuiu reau 11 lUKtuiivr. comes nure Cavanagh finds two sheep they come upon the forest anywhere almost know what the old boy I. going honest lady, Sho glanced again and the supervisor and I will And them how the ranger had descended tbe bill herders murdered,. .," again, and then overcome by Indignawhen the doctor arrived. "He hasn't Tearing to epread contagion. Cavanagh for you." So they parted, and Cavanagb and a trace of If." was bis report. "All be tion and curiosity, sho silenced all . . dren. nl bring Kthel to see me-- l'm and Wetherford retire to Cavanagh'a cab-l- a. . ..K P Jr,.lnC",",'edi? Wetherford urges Cavanagh to mar- bis guard resumed their slow Journey Seeds Is sleep. I cut him off from his sure aho's the prettiest girl In the qualms on active conscience and read that gray distinctly pre- - worId ry Lee. smallpox attacks Wetherford. That., Uncle 1)anny UrlDltr the letter from beginning to end. entire over the range outfit, and there w.u.H..-u- . ..... ... Gregg accuses Cavanagh of harboring a across tbe range. uieaniime me tho hest undo any chap ever bad. epistle, It waa Mr. Daniel Latla no reuMon why he Bbould not come convict. Llze volunteers to nurse Wethsteady Increase In the light and Its Tako his letter, deareat, and then send imer to the beloved of nephew, James erford. Dunn, an Informer, accuses cat- bis down to breakfast with you In the CONCLUSION. warnca mo. ana I slip-- U on to mo after you've read It. Qood Vanstone: pervasiveness thjipen of jnujilerli!5thesjieep .herders. aornlng." Llze and Xee nnd Cavandgh hurling In her career as tbe wife of a westbjp BWCetheart. I won't say farewell "My dear boy," It In part, "to Mrs Itedfield thanked the doctor as pea out or uea. Wetherford. He refuses their aid. but ern rancher Kleanor RedtJeld bad been Tbe rain was still beating heavily to Miss Felicia I know aha deteata you think you are thoread happiest man tn fervently us If be bad conferred a perthey camp near by. Cavanagh Is offered called upon to entertain many strange sonal the window blinds, nnd the the very slaht of me." Me droned an tho world because a pretty little girl a forest mpervlsorshlp. favor upon ber, aud tbe girl against yellowish atrange gray light was still other kiss on her lips and on her wet loves you? Well, I thought the same Dunn, the Informer, kills himself. Lea guests, and she made no very deterechoed ber grateful words Insists upon remaining near Cavanagb. mined objection wben ber husband telslowly but steadily Increasing. I was eye nnd swinging through tho gate way onco upon a time, but I was "Oh. that's all right," the doctor rewhb his resignation. ephoned that he was bringing LIze as plied In now, this Isn't Tlze Tells I.ro "she Is 'n t lier mother. true western fashion. "I'll resolute, however. In my determlna- - went down the road, vanishing almost promptly disillusioned Wetherford dies. Cavanagh burns hla well ns Lee Virginia to stay nt Elk do as much more for you any time." uoi not to oe UlsturDed or hurried by Immediately In the velvety bluck shad meant to be a wot blanket on the destroy smallpox Infection and Lodge for n few days. Tbe revelation And he rode away, leaving at least any manifestation, in response to that own cast by tho tall locust trees cabin to rosy flatno of your engagement to Mits propoi to of the true relation between tbe two one nerson too hnnnv tn sleen determination I glanced at tbe mirror In tho samo Instant Miss Kellcla'a Ethel; It's merely the plaint of a dis Dallard one of Gregg's dupes, confesses women bad (as l.lze put It) made a to the murder of the sheep herders. Gregg The same person was on the veranda nd deolllp1 l1"" 'be mysterious light firm step crunched on tho gravel walk gruntled old bachelor becauso you Is Implicated. Cavanagh escapes small- - "whole lot of difference" to Mrs. Red- - next mornlmr when Pnvnnni-- h ilrmuvl wa8 sufficient for the purpose, nnd I "Kthel," she called onco moro and have won the prito that I misted. Con pox contagion, and he and Lee are happy field. It naturally cleared the daughter i would shove. then, discovering tho girl leaning gratulatlons, dear Jimmy, and may the supervisor's best suit of crav W80''-"Having done so. I bathed In the rap- - ngalnst tho rate post looking llko of some part of ber handicap, and It casslmcre. enme striding ncrosa thn you be deserving of tho little, girl wbo mIIiwI hadnlso made tbe mother's attitude Uwn too Imnatlent of the windlnir Idly Increasing light. I was deliberate, slender ghost In her pale gown. "Why Is pretty Indeed, my lad, but can't "noo.r pvenlnir . drive to follow IL As he came, bis uuwe.L-r- in uunumg my clouting, nna uo you noi answer mei sno aiKeu in compare with her aunt, Mlts Felicia, tbe sheriff in southern fashion as be less objectionable. She bad seen Llzc but once, and that face glowing wltb recovered health. Dot till I was fully dressed did I turn a displeased tone. "Why are you here? whom 1 knew once upon a time. Yet, Arew near. was In the distorting atmosphere of Lee thought him the god of the morn- to leave the room. "I hnvo been saying goodnight to you've guessed It, Jimmy, she Is the "Good evening. Mr. Sheriff." CavaI turned the key. A second Inter I Jimmy," said Kthel bravely. one who administered the dose of dis nagb civilly answered. "What's tho the restaurant, and she remembered ing nnd went to meet blm unashamed, "Jimmy! Kthel, you know that 1 will illusion! Well, Felicia was a self meaning of .this invasion of my for- ber only as a lumpy, scowling, loud and he took her to bis arms and kiss- was out of that chamber, nnd tbe oak- not voiced creature wltb blowsy hair and ed ber qulto as be had promised him- en door of It wns securely shut behind tolerate that young man about thn willed slip of a girl and I should est place why do you meet him clandes never havo taken her word of I went down the great stalrwuy. a watchful eye. She was profoundly me. to do. Tbe sheriff for answer presented the surprised, therefore, wben Lee Vlr- - self slowly, deliberately. In pursuance of tinely "Now I know that I am delivered." Sometimes when I am very big stranger. "Mr. Cavanagh. this Is gmla ,Dtroduced n onIet 8poken nXher he I entered the large Aunt reucia, wnen navo i met any lonely and am afraid of the solitary exclaimed. And tbey entered tbe my resolution. Mr. Simpson, tbe county attorney." aad faced elderly woman as her mew west together. hallway below and tbence passed to one clandestinely? Jimmy called upon years ahead of me, I am tempted to go Cavanagh nodded to the attorney. mother. the oak wainscoted dining room, mo tbls evening and you met him In at once to Felicia Weeks und atk ber TIIK E!VD. I "I've heard of Mr. Simpson." he said. where I sat down to breakfast wltb the veranda. I havo told you that I am If It it too late to bo happy! Hut "I'm glad to see you, Mrs. WetherSimpson answered tbe question Ross engaged to blm and I have a per Long Lived Clock. forgive mo, Jimmy, I've turned this the rest of tbe company. ford." Eleanor said, with tbe courtesy had asked. "We were on our way to which wns Instinctive with her. perfect right to accompany him to the letter of congratulation Into nn clog) Of all machines made liy man none It was 0 o'clock of a dark, rainy yonr station. Mr. Cavanagh. because "I'm mighty obliged for tbe chance can compare for long life with tbe morning. The grayish yellow light gn gate and say say goodnight 1' upon my own happiness but It's too we understand that this old man Dunn to Kthel'B voice was a mixture of fear late to nmend It, now. I hope Felicia come." replied Lire. "I told Keddy clock. The life of u elwk In as much was daylight. who shot himself bad visited you beand defiance will glvo ber consent to your marrying I mean tbe supervisor that you longer thnu Hint of any other machinfore his death, giving you information didn't want no old timer like me. but ery There was something A Woman's Sacrifice, Ethel before the lrtli If she won't, as the life of n man Is longer than concerning tbe killing of tbe Mexican be said. 'Come along,' and Lee she Three years ago a startling tale catne about Miss Felicia Weeks. She was I shall certainly run down to llode-rmathat of a dog. The Kreneh city of finely proportioned and was In sheep herders. Is that true?" and pluad your cause. Kiss my . fixed me out, and here I am." She ut-- j Rouen tins n great clock which waa to light concerning a prominent dual- - tall aud 111. fiiuriil "It Is." h.m. her severe way a very handsome worn future nlece-ln-lafor me. tered tbls with a touch of her well built In the year insi) and Is still keep- - iihi mnn In A.lHfrln nU(j bu wlfe an. Kthel had beard that her Aunt Ke-"Afllectlonatcly, Uncle Dan." M,f oa th), ,ir)k of "When did he visit you?" known self depreciation, but she was ror ucun ft Krinl beauty and a ing goon time, "Two days ago or maybe three. I by no Interpretation sordid or common For a long time Felicia sat In si- cnnie ,0 ng rw)l.ut, at ,ne cuht of tier "cla "au years lenco. Although sho stared out at the a few necesnry repairs It has wn iifo. I. envim? nn nvirheatil mom lc" I" l'er day twenty-fivam a little mixed about it You see. Ross bad not yet arrived at the cab- - and nad gardm she could too nothing for the "ul th0 onco J8" I have been pretty closely confined to n. but Redfleld had warned Lee not to neTor "PI'' l"rliwt a period of more . one night, she walked up aud duwu a turned to silver and the glorious dark mitt of tears In her flno eyea. my shack for a few days." expect blm till nftcr dark. "He prob- tban five centuries It strikes tbe stone (lagged passage, barefoot and eyes had grown stern and the ripe Hps Presently sho drew a aheet of pa Gregg threw In a query. "How to ably slept lute. aud. besides, there are hours and chimes tbe quarters. with nothing on but a nlgbtdma, till weto she caught a chill which she aggravat- Weekscompressed In a hard line. The per towurd her and wrote a few lines tbe old man!" always delays on the trail. Dut don't Crete's Long 8ieye, women usually kept their fig- to Mr Daniel Latimer. Thla she enby a series of reckless acts. In"He's all right. That Is to say, he's worry. Sweuson will ride to the top Crete endured tbe longest siege on ed ures and their complexions In open do-- closed with bis letter In an envelope dead. Mil last night." flammation of tbe lungs set In. and sho of the divide with him and if It seems record, beside which Troy's ten years to old Father Time, and Miss and carefully addressed It 10 bis club died shortly nfterwunl. Her husband flanco Tbe sheriff looked nt Simpson mean- necessary will come nil the way." Felicia was no exception to tho fata In town. Then tho uffliod a special In lfH8 the obtained the large sum of money seem but n skirmish. ingly. "Well. I reckon that settles f'r lly rule. So now, as she came down delivery stamp This feeling of anxiety helped to and sent Cella out to his score. Judge. Kveu If he was Im- steady l.lze. and she got through tbe Torus, attempting to conquer tne is- - wuk.n ucr nfe WI1B j,, uinl with laid siege to tbe capital city of thg bt, was ut,e t0 )U through the the walk, tall and stately In her filmy mall It at onco. plicated he's out of It now." Und. meal very well. She was unwontedly Although the letter was gone the "He couldn't have been Implicated," silent anil a little sad as well as con Candla. which, however, did not sur--1 crisis successfully. He married for a black gown, the moonlight full on hei declared tlx ranger, "for he wus with strained. She could see that Lee fitted render until September. 1W9. after second time within three mouths of his fair face, Kthel marveled that one who words the had written seemed written was so beautiful and who must have me at thp time the murder was com- In with these surroundings, years. Again In 1821. when tlrst wife's death. This buBband did boon greatly loved by men, could be so In rosy red across hnr brain. that she twenty-onmitted. I left blm high on the mounTbls Is what tho had written: "I s not get off scot rrcc. however. A wns at home wltb shining silver and tbe Cretans revolted, the defeated . havo given my consent to Ethel's martain In the Ilasque herder's camp. I dainty dishes, and she said to herself: were able to bold the fortified ant In bis employ bod overheard the Jimmy Vnnstone was everything to riage on the 16th but If you can prove an nllbl for hlra. Furthersomething like her cities agnlnst all attacks, and many of conversation In which the hero be desired In the way of a ncphew-lmore, he bad no motive for such "I could have been you may come down sooa, Dan If I'd bud any tort of raising, but It's them were still unenptured wben the young wire nnu torn tier nusoano ucr law save that ho wanted to marry plead not their cause but your own' work." Intention to die for his sake. The servEd powers Intervened nine years later. now. Hut, Lord, wouldn't Miss Felicia's niece. Felicia Weeks "What did Dunn tell you?" demand- too latesee Her uow!" ant Informed the nollce. Then the In- - wanted her nleco to brighten her Felicia!" I ed the sheriff. "What names did be like to surnnce comiinnles contended It was a lonely household. till, by Urn McClare New. It was not yet dark wben tbey came Sho had adopted (Copyright, piper Hyndlrale.) give you?" case of suicide and sued successfully out on tbe veranda to meet the doctor, ' Kthel when the girl had been orphan Perilous Boating. "Walt u moment." replied Cavanagh. of tbe money. Tbe who had come to meet lloss. nnd Lee's ed In her childhood and she had pic On the west coast of Ireland, near for the return who felt himself to be on his own terwas prosecuted for being an ac- tured a future where they would live FAILED TO RECOGNIZE SON led her to say, "Can't we go the mouth of tbe river Sbatiuon. arc ritory und not to be hurried. 'There's anxiety cessory to bis wife's death and rea reward offered for the urrest of these up to the cabin and wait for blm several 'large sea caves which oen ceived the punishment he well merited. happily together, tasting the best that the world could give tbeni of travel Mother Could Not Imagine How Boy there 7" lata each other. Dut the visitor needs men. Is there not?" Had Shot Up Seven Inches In and pleasure. Sho had not counted on good guide und a good boatman, for "I wns about to propose that," ro-"There Is." replied the attorney. A Great Pog Town. Five Months. Ktbel's falling in lovo at twenty, and the aea In Insidious and the labyrinth "Well, before I make my statement plied Redfleld. "Shall we walk?" greatest dog town In Great sho felt a flerco resentment that all The f caves Intricate. On one occasion, Lee was Instant In her desire to be I'd like to reqiHwt that my share of tbe Britain. If not in tbe world. Is Haver- j her plans for tho future were to be There aro all kinds of champions " reward. If there Is uny coming to me, off. but LIze said: "I never waa much writes Aubrey de Vere In bis There are a great muny upsci uy mere romance. champions, hut when the and would-bsoon after u party bad enter fordwest. shall be paid over to the widow of tbe on foot, and now I'm hoof bound. You men In the town who live wholly and Miss Felicia believed that sho had codfish schooner Ottllle Fjord arrived mun who gave me the Information. go along, and I'll hit on the porch here ed tbe boatman suddenly sbouled. make a good living by breeding, buy-In- g left romance far behind and she also at San Francisco from llchriug sua a "Bend down your beads for your I'oor cbnp, be sacrificed himself for and watch." and selling dogs. Although the believed more or less happily that sho new brand was registered the world's Uveal" the good of the stale, und bis family So Lee. the doctor nnd Redfleld went No one taw any danger, but tbe population Is only 0.000. ut least U.UU0 was nono the worse for tho experi champion grower. should be spared all the suffering pos- off together across the meadow to- dog licenses nre Issued annually, and ence. A grower might mean a grower of Inxensl-MI sible." ward the little cabin which bad been keatmuu felt the placid water "So you persist In saying that you a great many kinds of things, but In rising und knew that the tide bad there uro also a I urge number of ex"Quite right. Mr. Cavanagh. Von built for the workmen while putting emptions. Almost dally there are are engaged to Jimmy Vanstone?" the caeo of Henry Sullivan, an may consider (but request granted. In the dam. It was hardly a tnllo turned. At last tbe visitors knew this, more dogs than people In the public ear-old San Francisco boy, who In a cutting tone. Now for the facts." of too. for It wus not until the boat bad streets, though valuable animals uro asked Miss Felicia awny, and yet It stood ut the mouth made tho trip north on the wlndjam "Yes, auntio." ascended within a few Inches of the "Ilefore rolng Into that. Mr. Attor- a mighty gorge, out of which tbe wanever nllowcd to run loose. Haver"You fly In tho faco of my wishes?" mer, hu grew tall, very tall. roof that It began to desceud. ney, I'd like to fcpeak to you alone." ter sprang white with speed. When young Sullivan left San Fran Hut, I "Not that, Aunt Felicia! "I'ull your best!" exclaimed the mau fordwest dog breeders are known for "Very well, sir." replied tbe attorHut Lee bad no mind for the scencisco on the codflsher five mouths ago at tbe belli). "If tbe second wav their working terriers, show terriers, can't help loving blm, can I?" ney. Then, wining bis baud toward ery, though ber eyes were lifted to tbe pointers, spaniels, which tho girl with a .flerco little be was a stripling lad live feet live the others, be said. "Hoys. Just ride meadow's wall, down which the ranger reaches us, wo are lost I" Hut before are dully setters and big Inches tali. When ho returned recent traded for siimi through gesture. the second wave reached the cave the tff u little piece, will you?" wus expected to ride It looked fright the funclern' Journals nud go every"la love everything In the world?" ly his mother, wbo was at tho dock, When they were alone Cavanagb re- - fully sleep, nnd whenever Mie thought boat had issued from Its mouth. where. It Ih the home of the Senly-hademanded Felicia scornfully. "Muat did not recognize him, as during the marked. "I don't think It wise to give of him descending that trull, worn and breed of terriers, the origin of my Iifo bo spoiled becauso you fancy ilvo months at sea he bad grown seven these names to the wind, for If we do No Wonder 8he Blushed. u.rIiam , ucr heart ached with unx- which has puzzled I he keenest sportsyourself In lovo wltb that young man? Inches. there will be more fugitives." ... .,n..i.i uiiiuivw .... vwui "That's u nice looking fullow who's men, One fancier's kennel recently Why, If you did not marry for ten llnllko many boys who havo made . . , IMll hrAiiiviu tVlJI uii mi vuur imiiiii. zMmriMnn hitpmi I fortably, explaining the situation to Just come lu." said the young man who sold by uucllou reallred CJOO. but fJ.VI years It would bo time enough. Think, tho trip north, Sullivan did not return Tbereuimu rapidly nnd concisely tho was dining with his best girl. "Is be Is not 1111 unusual price for a single Kthel, of the years of delightful travel with u tulo of woe about hardships and ranger retried what Dunn bad said, the doctor, who. being a most friend of yours?" person, appeared to take Give up thla foollih rigors of the trip. we may enjoy! dog. while nil). 70 und S0 are ulmosi and tbe attorney listened thoughtfully Indeed, I know blm well," "Yes. Until tho doslro to go to sea on a common. The quaint old town, with idea of being engaged to Jimmy without speaking to the end. Then he It all as a mutter of course. codflshtng boat seized him Bullivaa At tbe cabin Itself I.ee transferred laughed the muldeu. Its mixed Welsh. Kngllsh und Flemadded. "That tallies with what we "Hhall I ask hlui to join us?" her Interest to the supper which had "Ho wants me to marry him before was a Western Union messenger boy. have got from Hallnrd." "Ob, George." said the girl, blush- ish population. Is almost the bub of been prepared for the ranger, nnd she the ICth of October and go to Gerthe dogs' universe. Fur News. In It?" asked Cava"Was Ilallurd Is so sudden I" Thoughtless 8poute. went about the room trying to make ing. "Ibis many with him. It could be our honnagb. "Sudden? What do you men?" be Mrs. Newlywed -- 1 wonder why we it u little more comfortable for blm. Never tell n mnn that bo has made eymoon," said Kthel quietly. "Yes. We forced a confession from In surprise. A fierce Joalouay took possession of are growing tired of each other? It was a bare little place, hardly more asked him." "Why why, that's our young min- a foot of himself. If he knows It be I haven't su Idea. Newlywcd So Jimmy Vanstone will ret angry, and he will get angry Felicia Weeks. 'If he wjjj lu It. It was merely for thnii.it. camp (as is pxiperit nudshe ister." Ladles' Home Journal. Mrs. N. Yes; in if) bo (hat Is the could shatter all her plans for the fu also If he doesn't know It ture wltb love words from hli guile-- reason,- - lioeton Transcript. Cavanagh, Forest DAN'S Ranger e un-irun- 2 &XFLtVJZr-.72Z- ? " r. t '" 1 !...,,, 7,r;::" K ' I le. r l. e I scrv-Turk- hard-hearted- wisb, anf' bus-bau- d "Recol-lections.- I y eighteen-y- I I M I Van-ston- o and" November 6, 19 3. 1 THE Cl'l IZlils , Page Seven R A Corner for Women The Children's Hour LITTLE SQUIRREL. It wns such a (all tree, but Utile squirrel ran quickly up to the leafy branches. How nice it would bo If Utile boys could climb ns easily. Just across from the long limb on which littlo squirrel stood ran a network of telegraph wires, and a little beyond was a tall pole. What n nico walk, he could have to that tall pole. On to the wires ho jumped; but tho little squirrel was used to climbing trees mid running along fences, he had never before walked on a telegraph wire. Indeed being very young, ho had never even been! so tar rrom home boforu; but today he had decided to sco the world for himself. It was not so easy lo walk on the wires as it had looked, ond little squirrel came very near losing his balance many limes. Indeed he was quite frightened as ho looked lo the ground many feel below, nnd wished ho had never ventured on tin' shining wires. He could not turn around, so must keep on till ho reached llio tail pole, which seemed very far away. On and on ho went, sometimes swinging by his toes to the slippery wire. How tired ho was getting. Would he never reach the pole? At last it was only a few feet from him. On ho crept. Ah, he had reached itl With n skip little squirrel ran quickly down. It was no trick lo run down a pole; but lo walk wires was quite another thing; all right for birds, but not very safe for little squirrels. WHICH WOUD BE TOUT Young Folks LOCKING NEAT AFTER-DINNE- TRICKS UP LONDON TOWER FUally Interesting Scientific Experiment Showing How Compressed Air May Ba Used. SIX DOORS I ,. jmr "u jt r sw - - as j nr tmrnm VERSE FOR THIS WEEK, Take All to Him. llio little sharp vexntlonx, Anil Ihi! brier Dial catch and fret, Why not tako thuin to the Helper Who novor failed us yet? tell Him about the heartache, And tell Him the longing ton; Ml Him the baMcd purpose aWlicn we scarce knew what to V do, I'licii. leaving all our weakness With thu One divinely strong rowet that wo bora llio burden, And rarry away the sons. - Phillips Brooks. IN THE KITCHEN. An apparently empty bottlo may b made to blow out a candle. The trick is realty an Interesting scientific exProcession. periment, showing how compressed air, directly the pressure which conStrango to say, very few people aro fines It Is removed, tends to assume aware of the ancient custom whlcu Is thu normal density of tho atmosphere. still kept up at the Tower of Ixmilon, We take an ordinary bottle and. seesays Iiondon Just before ing that It Is empty and dry, we piece midnight a beefeater and the chief the ball of tho thumb over the mouth yeoman porter secure the keys from with juBt a small aperture uncovered. tho governor's house to "lock up." Then, placing our mouth to this, we Having received tho keys, they pro- blow stca'dlly and continuously Into ceed to tho guardroom. tho bottle. "Escort for the keys," calls out tho Tho result Is that the air In the botporter and a sergeant and six privates tle Is compressed. When wo take our turn out. mouth away wo Insuro that no ntr The procession then marches off, shall escape by Instantly closing the thny pass Issuo the whole nporturo with the ball of the and tho sentries usual challenge of "Who goes ttiero?" thumb which Is already pressed over to which tho nnswor Is "Keys." part of the opening. i Arriving at tho entrance of the Now wo Invert tho bottlo and, placTower grounds, tho Lions' gate, the ing tho mouth against tho flame of a porter locks tho gates, and the party lighted candle, we rcmovo so much of returns to the guardroom, tho sentry our hand as wilt make an opening slm challenging as beforo and receiving the Buiiio answer. However, on nr-rival at tho guardroom again the sentry stationed there stamps his foot, at tho same tlmo giving the usual challenge. "Keys," replies the porter. "Whoso keysT" tho sentry asks. "King George's keys." "Advance King George's keys, and ail's well." 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It also gives the best general education for those who wish a good start 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 teach. Courses arc so arranged that young people can teach through tho summer and fall and attend school through tho winter and sprint;, thus earning money to kcepright on in their course of study. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." The recipe given below was con- ibuted by Mi.xs Agnes II. Tyler, teacher of cooking in llerea College. We arc glad In bo able to promise; hat Mies Tyler will furnish recipes or the readers of this column from one to time. saluted and returned to the governor's bouse, whero they remain until the next night's ceremony. HOUSES FOR LITTLE 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Blowing Out Candle. A "Hut bees stings. And these dandelions are common things!" Ruit Stain. To remove rust from any kind of 'I hen, scolding and scowling Master F11 wn a lute goods, wet the stain with i.inpty-handwent back lo town. lemon juice, cover with a wet loth, and press with n hot iron. Hut littlo Miss Smile along tho way, Had gathered a bunch of (he blosTor the Kitchen Table. soms gay, I'he labor of daily scrubbing the by cover-ti- g And she laughed and jumped and Kitchen table can be saved sang for glee. the table with white oilcloth, tacking it neatly around the edge, Now, which of llio two would you Suggestion for Bird Houses. rather bo? foiled spots on the oil cloth arc wip-- d - Children's Magazine. up easily with a dump cloth. roughest shelters, and weather-staineboxes, are more likely to find a tenant early, than those mudo of new lumber. To Wash Greasy Tin and Iron. TOR THE LITTLEST ONES Any boy can make ono of tho houses Pour a few drops of ammonia inshown In the Illustration, says the roasting-paafter to every greasy The Melancholy Pig. Fanners' Mall and Ilreoie. When tho half lllling llio pan with hot water. blrda movo In thoy will pay rent by There, was a Pig, that sat alone, bottle of ammonia should always eating hundreds of Insects which Ilesido a ruined Pump. ho kept on hand near the kitchen would otherwise do damage. table for such uses; never allow Ily day and night he made his moan: tbu pans to stand and dry, for it RIDDLES. loubles the labor of washing; but It would haw stirred a heart of stone What is tho right kind of timber pour in water and uso llio ammonia, To see him wring his hoofs and for castles In the air? art llio work is half done. groan. A sunbeam. Household (Initio. Ileeause he could not jump. What Is that which never asks any Carroll. SMILES! questions and yet requires many an Ism't it splendid that there arc Hwors? some things in the world which aro Dance, little baby, dance up high, The doorbell. Never mind, baby, mother is by; plentiful? Crow and caper, caper and orow, What Is It which If you name It Smiles, for instaneo! It's m easy There, little baby, there you go; ven you break It? 10 sinilo when you meet someon Silence. mil you need not think "Then, one morn is gone," becauso your sup- t'p to the ceiling, down to the What sort of men are always above ground. ply of smiles is limitless. board In their movementaT Srniloa aro such nico pleasant Backwards and forwards, round nnd Chessmen. round; things to meet; they cheer 0110 so, Dance, littlo baby, and mothor will ind help to make tho rest of tho What word of IS letters Is there sing, day brighter and easier. from which you can subtract IS and With tho merry chorus, ding, ding, leave ten? On the oilier hand, how depressding! Pretentiousness. ing it is to moot a thick blanket of gloom. Tho sharpest knifo in tho How many weeks belong to the world apparently could not cut thru HOW TO AMUSE LITTLE CHILyear? it. The only hope that gloom has Forty-six- ; the other six are only DREN. m to meet a nico round ltimlnatlng lent (Lent). penetrate right A pair of blunt pointed scissors, smile, which will thru tho black blanket and bring with plenty of nowspapor pictures, What Is the difference between a wan at (it other pictures, to cut out will goose and an author? out on nnswering smile A goose has many quilts, bat so aullrst, perhaps, but it will grow If give amusement of which children thor can make a goose of himself given half a chance ever lire. rtrtly with one quill. Rcmomborlng this, let us smlla In Child. en find greal pleasures In resseason, of cotirso, nml with duo stringing buttons, and they can soon When may a man be said to as pect for our neighbor's feelings up as a man can be. icnru to make ornamental work by help to keep sowing them on cloth in simple do hard and our smlloa will When he cannot get credit for good tho wi.lld from going epiilo mailt Intentions. JigtlS. Tea'1 tho children to dress and every, 80 Will the Read sr. Failure at homo is failure dolls, and mako littlo dross- 'Top, Is an abyss anything sleepy T where. To lenvo bohind in tho inula I . nn Jackets for them. "Of course not, child. What put that homo, whon ono goes to otto's work Little lolks onjoy a heap of clean in tho morning, unhappy hearts or sand. They will dig in it over and Into your head?" "Well. It's always yawning.- a feeling of rcliof at one's obsence over again, molding it in nil soils is not a promising sign of power Boys and Qtrls. el sli.tpcs and forms. with souls outside Sunday School Ton may chisel a hoy Into shape, as homo-tnad- o blocks you would a rock, nr hummer til tit Into A nut set of Times. iillonl.. one of the best amusements It, If lie be of n I letter material, as for children, with which they can ynll would piece nf bninze, itiil ynu Kach of us lias the power of making happier, sunnier, tho littlo spot build laid rebuild wonderful build- cannot hiiniiiHT n Klrl Into unythlug. ings. Juhu Itusklii. wherein our daily If fo Is From Hotisohold Guldo. of Canterbury. nce. haved d u, V 1 11 spent-Archbishop Pnly Omelet. whole eggs or 2 whole eggs and "yolks. Scparnlo eggs, place yolks n n bowl with half teaspoonful and I tablespoonfuls water (I lablesponful for each egg or yolk). Heal until thick or lemon-coloreWhip up whites until light but not Iry. Cut and fold yolk mixture In-- 1 10 whites; pour into a hot omelet ul iiau or skillet into which I butter has been melted. look slowly on top stove until 'inelet is browned on bottom. Put ikillct into oven a minute to let imelet dry off but not brown. Too much heal will shrivel it. Hun a knife around and under the omelet, 'eliding the half iiel the handlo of the skillet over carefully. Serve at I d. lable-poonf- Little Miss Smilo and Muster Frown Went off for a ramblo out of town. The sky was blue and tho blossoms Kay, And birds were singing along way. How the clear and sweet they sing," said she, "Hut they make my head, oclic," grumbled he. "Oh, lookl" she oried, "at these roses redl" "Hut they prick my lingers so," he sai'! ".See tho bees in clovcrl" liar to that Into which we blew. The BIRDS result Is that the compressed air, directly tho pressure Is removed, rushes Not Necessary to Make Nesting Place out and bio we upon the flame. It Is Elaborate Roughest Shelters well to uso a small candle, as If we Generally Sought. have a largo candlo with a big flame tho pressure may not be sufficient to TIim tmv fir rlr! xahn ntita tin boxes extinguish the flame. If we perform for the birds to nest In and supplies the trick In front of a number of spectne birds witn drinking water ana tators we must not let them see us hathlnr nitron- - la rprtnln of an unfail blow Into the bottle. This part of the ing source of pleasure. Much of this performance can be done outside the will co mo from watching the blrdo, at room, and we can bring the bottle In times, ind studying their habits. Ulrd with our thumb over the opening, houses needn't be new or etaborte. The keeping It there till the moment when we want to release tho air. This can be done In such a way as not to attract notice. This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Derea's largest department 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Wit METALS DEARER THAN GOLD Iridium, for Instance, la Three Times aa Expensive Osmium Is Dearer ' and Heavier. Gold Is generally looked on aa the last word In costliness, but, as a matter of iact, there aro more metals dearer than gold than there are cheaper. The number of known metals Is about sevHnty. Iridium, for Instance, of which a big find was made tho other day In Austria, is three times as expensive as gold. Gold Is worth nearly $20 an ounce. Iridium is worth some $62, though the price will probably come down now. Osmium Is another metal much dearer than gold. It costs about $50 an ounce. It Is by far the heaviest of all known substances, being more than 22 times as heavy as water. It pennies wero made of osmium It would tax one's strength to carry the chango of half a dollar. This metal has the peculiar property of being able to stand without melting the most Intense heat known. Palladium, about $40 an ounce. Is Just the reverse. It Is quite easy to make palladium vanish In steam. Being of a white, silvery color, and it Is used for the dlvlsloa marks on scales and delicate scleatlflo BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Borea College with g institution. It requires certain its affiliated schools, is not a 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 tho character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from tho best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Borea live in College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their" expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, eta, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is the beat, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for tho fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, in the falL and $1.50 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 and $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM money-makin- VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION HCIIOOLS ACADKMY AND NORMAL COLLEGE Incidental Fee Room ? 5.00 5.60 $ 6.00 7.00 Instruments. VEHICLE SWING IS INVENTED Mechanical Device Affords Exhilarating Exercise and Considerable Amusement for All. $ 7.0d 7.00 The Scientific American in describing a vehlclo swing. Invented by O. Zimmerman of Los Angelos, CaU says: The object of tho inventor Is to provide a mechanical swing arranged to provide an exhilarating exercise and considerable umuscment to young and old using the swing, to insure safety in Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept 10, 1913 Board 7 weeks, dut Oct 29, 1913 Total for term If paid In advance WINTER Incidental Fee Room 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.60 9.46 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 9.45 $23.46 9.45 $32.9t '$29.00 TERM $ 6.00 6.00 9.00 '$31.40 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 S32.40 $ 7.06 Board G weeks 7.20 9.00 $23.28 9.0 $32.29 $20.00 Amount duo Dec. 31, 1913 Board C weeks due Feb. 11. 1914 9.00 Total for term If paid In advance $29.00 $28.50 $30.70 $3I.70 Vehicle Swing. the use of the vehicle swing and to guard against a tendency of producing dirtiness of tho UBer. For the purpose namod, use Is mado of a suspended link plvoUlly supporting at Its lower end a supporting frame provided at ono end with wheels and seats, the wheels being adapted to travel on the ground, 011 the floor, or rails or other suitable support. Careful Parent "Tommy, when can I Interview your Thls docs not include tho dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Total Sfrimg Winttr Fall $36.00 $10.00 $12.00 $14.00 Stenography and Typewriting 86.01 10.00 14.Q0 12.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .... 18.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) Business course studies for students in other departments: 27.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 Stenography Typewriting, with ono hour's uso 18.00 6.00 6.00 7.00 of instrument 1.80 5.40 1.60 Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young map or young woman can get an education at Any Bcrca if there is tho will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter nnd spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time in the public schools going over und over the same things, when they might be Improving much faster by coming to Bcrca nnd starting In on new studies vith some of tho best young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This ma be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, Fall Term now in session. Ilurry upl For information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary. able-bodie- d Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. scout captain?" "I'll make an engagement for you, dad. What do you want?" "Want to see If there Is anything In the rules to prevent your putting in a ton of coal tomorrow afternoon." Holding Out for a Concession. "Hobby, won't you be a good boy and go to Sunday school this morn- ing?" bath "Mamma, will you let mo skip my If I dor D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Pace Eight THE CITIZEN Novemhrr f ion. Thn Song service In tho Chnpcl day until Friday. In spite of the BROTHER KNIGHT WRITES TO covers, and sovcnty-flv- o In cloth, cvory Sunday evening Is well at cold and rain tho meetings were) FRIENDS IN THE MOUNTAINS. Anyone living In llio mountains tended. Tho 0. A. n. Club gave a well nllended nnd much good done who wishes una or inoro copies or Halloween Social Friday evening nt The ordinance of baptism was ad--- 1 Editor's Note Tho letter below from (his book can secure them nt the Academy Chapel. Mr. and Mrs. al II a.m. Friday near Nv Charles S. Knight and the duced rates by writing us person-Powe- ll Ike Hayes have had a letter from Hila page, are reprinted ,;y, Mill. Seventy-seve- n mem- - l10c their son, William, informing them hers of our splendid Sunday School this week al the'request of friem! v hopo somo or our suggestions that ho has been transferred from ai mis piaro greeted this Deaulirul The uu Ho cwrwpendeece Mblubfd ssltM ilptd Is full by th writer, n r .., lt .;, ih iiviii' ... n n wn regarding spelling schools, debates. -. the battleship Franklin to the battle hannaui morning Willi cliecrfUl . . It Dot tor publication, bit 11 11 trUeoc of rood Ultft. Write plainly. concerls and enlnrln nmnnls In m ship Virglnin ancK is now on tho hearts and pleasant smiles nnd wcro ) , . f,' which local talenl can be emntnveH . u.?wc?" way to Vera Cruz. ready all) o'clock to start on a pic- 'e, lh WMcr sold a yoke of yearling steers for cn ?, nlc to the Deer Stable Bridge Rock J GARRARD COUNTY. lonesomcness and brlnglrVoonle ?G.". Mrs. Florence Parker was oul n. Ilirillillit IlL'rL I K.I III lllla I l it t Annville. . There is to be it seiioul fair in the Sunday to see her grandparents, aim way I'.gutl hock. o.no walking, ViriuiLII , , together in a social way, will be - - tlp Annville, Nov. 3. Mrs. Hcllard, onie r.u.i g norseoncK nil most or . ... eourtliouso of Lancaster, November Daddie and Mama Todd. Mr. and beedod that you will siand by nr Hlh, with prizes for the best exhibit Mrs. J. T. Stephens and Willard Todd who has been sick for somu time, iiiein in jou wagons. Alter luncn : your churches, do all you can t( .,, " ?,s.!'y Improve tho schools, hol. vout of handwork in each of the grades, made a flying trip to Madison Conn died last night. She was a faith at Daylight Rock and singing, all fill member of the Baptist- - church. returned for Sunday School nt 3 best dresed doll, best picture frame ty Saturday to visit llicir grandpnr pastors by attending all services, bho leaves a son and many relatives o'clock. There Is to bo a box supbest speller, besl drawing including enls, W. P. and S. C. Anderson. nnd praying for them instead of maps, best declamation, besl busi Then1 was a frost at Ilockford Fri- anil friends to mourn her loss. Tho per at the Christian church next riillrislng: nnd sibovo all things, ness letter, best essay on Crop Rota day night, the first frost this fall. burial will lake place al the family Saturday nighl for tho benefit of tho fix up the rotdsl graveyard near her homo tomorrow. "hiirch, all Invited to eome. There tion, besl practical problem slated Remember thai riionoy spent on The school fair held at tho Public will bo a box supper nt the Sand and solved, besl exhibit of seed corn, good books nnd travel, if you mad Gauley. School of this place last Friday was Gap School house Saturday night, besl loaf of bread, etc. See tho the books and remember what you fiauley. Nov. I. Rev. II. 0. Pon quite a success. Tho children were Nov. 22nd, the money to be used to program in this issue. see, is money built into your charder lost a line cow this week. Died much interested, and tho patrons put a fence around the school houso acter. Therefore, instead of spendMrs. Lucy Browning, of pneumonia, are well pleased with the splendid i m I Baptist church together nnd to CLAY COUNTY. ing money on cigarettes and tobacShe leaves a husband, two sons and work Mrs. Webb is doing. co, to say nothing of moonahlno, do The furnish the school with some much Burning Springs. two daughters to mourn her loss. Annville Institute is progressing needed supplies. The school will as Benjamin Franklin said, "Empty Burning Springs, Nov. 1. The Clarence Howard is in from I'inc-vil- le nicely with a largo number of stu give a hlioil Interesting program your purses into your head and no many friends of Mus Helen Murray for a while. Mrs. Nath Bond dents and an excellent corps of Kvery parent eome and bring your one can lake it from you." will bo surprised to hear of her visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. teachers. Mrs. Jane York and Mrs. children. Kvery girl bring a beau And now that God may bless you marriage to Mr. Frank Robinson of II. Bullock, week. Mr. J. W. Tillio York attended the Grand tiful box well-lllland every boy all and help you lo live good, lrup Wild Cat, this County. May much Ponder is on this the sick list this week. Chapter 0. K. S. al Lexington, Oct. bring a well-llllpocket. noble, manly and womanly Chris joy and success be theirs. Mr. TAeo Mr. Al Vaughn has gone to Pitts u, linn lives, is the wish of your very Jewell who is dril'ing wells at burg, Laurel County, to see his fath sincere friend, spent Sunday with his family. er who is sick. People have begun Rev. Chirtet S. Knight Chas. Spurgeon Knight, .1. H. Jarrett and daughters THE RED BIRD RIVER. Mrs. to gather corn in this Superintendent of Extension, llerca are visiting friends at Corbin. Mrs. corn crop is very light. part. The There has Study bard In learn their lesions, College. Fred Whites is representing the been some mens mid addresses lo l."Wt people. I of the coldest weather I Learn to snell and read and lliMiriv During Ibis Eastern Star order of Caution at its time God gave us over this week that, we have had this Back among the wooded ranges. RICHMOND CATTLE MARKET. And when tencher isn't looking, annual meeting al Lexington this season. Mr. George Robertson is Back among the piled up Mountains Learn to scribble notes and whis- - 1H0 professed conversions, ror which Prices ol beef cattle on foot .n Mr. Elisha McDaniel purweek. wo arc very deeply thankful. I si ill feeble. Mr. Jack Miller has wiierc tho sunlight streams at Day wore per, chased a small farm from Mr wish to give nil tho praise to God to Richmond at last Court moved to Paris where ho will cook noonday, as follows: On thru darkness and thru sun- John Smith Tor the sum of .$100. for an extra gang. Mr. whom il belongs. C. Bul J. Aim the moonbeams golden splen- 4 and 5c per ITi. Cows shine; Miss Susie Smith is visiting friends Wo would further gay to our lock has put up a new barn. Mr. l'or' Butcher's stuff 5, 5 Ever onward to the ocean, and lo per lb. here. The funeral services for the Burt Mullins bought a mule for Thru the leafy branches railing; wnnrn,'iTg,,humr,,,tai,,8nU,al To the blue nnd sparkling oaoan, r fb was Chestnuts of Chcslnutburg On the waters that go sweeping, With whose waters it shall mingle preached last Sunday by .tho Rev. Foaming, leaping, slowly creeping When its winding courso is ended. pitality shown us this summer, C. F. Chestnut. Mr. Steve Clarks-to- n We urge the converts not lo forft' i JACKSON COUNTY. i inn me cnim ami peaceiui silence, is building a wagon shed and a get our instructions, to read their or the rorest deep and solemn; CINClNilAfl MAIUETS IV Gray Hawk. corn crib. Thru the sunlight and the shadow, Past the humble cots or woodsmen, Bibles each day, pray earnestly for Gray Hawk, Nov. 3. Tomorow is Or the morning noon Corn No. 2 while 77c. No. S whlti and evening, Past the homes or honest Tanners, strength, tako God at His word, nnd OWSLEY COUNTY. Nodtc "iOW.ic No. election with a few progressive can- - or tlie roresl deep stand out boldly on His side. Wo and solemn, Where lire's battle's op in earnest. are sure it Sulphur Springs. ... . iliilalis. 1ml .Innkenn f'.nimlv, will nnl uoes .. l6Bfc' they will conress Him ..... ..... . lll0 gr;icerU, ne(1 1JirU iuvcr, For the Ilelds are steep and stony; Sulphur Springs, Nov. 1. We are give many progressive votes-M- ost iiu men iips ami wiui mcir nes mUcI 75V4f76c. No. 3 mlxwl 7Cf KlowIng omvar(, tmvar(, And the roads arc long nnd tedious. having rather cold weather at pres- everybody is in a hustle getting TOward tlie distant mighty ocean! Rough and steep and long, and ted- among their rriends and neighbors, 7&Hc. No. 4 mixed 73U74c, whlto ear ent. An interesting ball gaino was ....... .... . ear 737r$c, mlird 73 that He will conies them as his ious, played at Booneville, Oct. 26th, be- ling ready for winter, as it comes wbere it disappears forever, children berorc His Father and the u'v .'O- - 1 tluiolny JU.50wlS.76. And the markels.hard to enter; tween Booncville and Sulphur with its snow and ice. L. J. Ilobin- holy angels. I would urge you all ttandard timothy H7.!ioi8.2fi. No. i Over luill dams, under bridges. Springs at the wind up the score son is building a new barn this to be baptized and unito with some timothy $17017.25, No. 3 timothy f IS. Slnning al lhc ,)luc abovc it Overcoming all obstructions, 1 clover mixed was 15 to 1G in favor of Sulphur week -- O. II. Begley is planning to llfi.Goon, No. 2 church ir you have not already passing' storm Dashing past all interruptions, Springs. W. Moore pitched for Sul- iiiuiu u new nouse soon; aiso .Mr. FrownIng at lho done so. .Mano it vnnr business to clovpr mixed $14.761fl5, No. 1 clorr cloud' 6ul5 t0 No 2 covcr 1,3,3.50. Like the brave souls that dwell by do unto phur Springs and II. Estep and Chas. D. Young isdoing so.no new build- - Laughing 'whcrc others as you would liko Oata-- No. 2 white 43(p43Wc. and-tlho rocks arc it; Wilder for. Booncville. Chas. Bruce ing. I ho Doctor ror the new bos- be done by, every day and hour ard 42VtCH3c. No. 3 hlt 42tMH4e. ....e-o- . Speeding toward eternal quiet, . i ... No- umpired. Dr. Glass of Booncville ..!i..i r hlte Mlc. No. 2 mixed 42e ol your lire, ir you will do this, Wll,s: . i !rrying on to rest unending, attended the sick al this place. G. much rover and lasr nnTTbev av iViViie' No- - 4 happiness will 1111 your heart and $3 o.rcn anu cimin tlie bosom or tho ocean, fit B. Moore bad a working Thursday. .ini,, iPni rb you will bring some or the sunshine o Wheat No. 2 u'j 9C097c, No. 3 rtd trees Calm, majestic, changeless ocean, Chas. Gabbard passed thru here the new hospital which proved to or heaven into the lives of others B4Vx(r9&Hc, No. 4 84 093Hc sifenl ,ikc a mirro L, its eager striro is ended. Where campaigning. Mr. Wiser, a governPrime flriu 34ttJ6c. flrtta Meanwhile, do not forget to pray T"e; Lik0 a brfglit and placid inirror, ,? 30V4W3,C-xioument employee visited Wm. Moore's s ror us each day. We aro very an- ak CarCM,f Where the rocky walls ondioos'lc are steepest, V schol here Thursday colectingsta- - n ,v h Z l thai Ihoso ol you to whom wc l'rlce'a are quoted an Poultry ,' And the quiet waters deepest; Like the river ever flowing on f.ifipi rnnnprnimr Hio nilvnnpomnnl prices.-- Mrs .Martha mm .s visit- - Fowing ' gl sending sample copies or the lows: Uenn. Heary, Sl30l3y&c; hum. o tho ,ofly toward the distant ocean, or schools, churches and other insti-lin- g HOUKc; aprtngera, large. 129 her sister, Mrs. May Bingham Citizen shall subscribe ror this , UHQlte; GrCa,L?I?Cn mounla,n3 dark w,lh So we hurry toward tho ruturc, tutions in the last ten years.-El- sic 12c! Prinisera. this week.-- Mr. snlendid paper. Lomira ha i be This ii Hip one lurkeyfi younjc 9 lb, and oter. l&tt Rush to meet the distant ruturc, Taylor, who has been visiting grippe at present.-W- m. way that we can keep in constant jec; turkeyi, old, 9 lbs and over. 170 Hays has It With its joy and pain and sorrow, .00k down m.l friends at Beattyvillc, has return- - pneumonia fever.-Geo- rgo jj'raev touch with you. The Citizen con- - 17Hc; turkeys, light, under Robinson AJ jt lbs, 14 With its hope or peace tomorrow, ed home and s aga.n in school.- -1 bought Carter Pennington's farm for tains each week rood for mind and blood-bougBlessed peace tomor- soul Cattle Shippers lfi.5001; butcher Quite an excitement prevails in S135 and John D. Robinson has mov- hlnU gteeri rxtra It contain Swipi, I row. tli3itail0 gooJ to i n... this vicinity since Roscoe Stewart, ...I I., ii .I.Vn.,n.. I.- g along tho lino of and choice I6.25ff 7.26. common to fair "l l,,u To tho ocean wild and angry, .V Let us then not wasto tho moments more modern Ed Moore and Harlin Mays encounhouse with uncle George for a methods of farming. I4.&0&6; heifers, extra 16.7807, good Wiere ,t i(le3 il8C,f For once gone they're gono rorever, It will cnablo you to do tered a wild cat recently. .Jack nuce 5.7SW6.60. common to fair as wo ad- - ' ii.ijn anu uuiuci are doing Ill And the words that wo hav6 spok- vised you to do this summer, Frost visited us last night. a hustling business with their mill. mix Past the boy with pole and flsh line. en, the best brains of tho country with $3.2606; canners, $304.35. Past the rafts of rnighty timbers And the deeds our hands aru dolnc. your ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Hulls HoloKna $4 6O06.J6. Mildred. work. Any woman who will extra That lie beached upon "the sand Shall return at last lo meet us ! 0C6.50, fat bulls $6.2501.60. follow the instructions constantly Boone. Mildred, Nov. 3. Corn gathering bars As good rriends or roes to greet us, published Waives Kxtra in Tho Citizen will be j 975 common ,n(1 10, fair to good $7 Boone, Nov. 3. Mrs. Carrol Mar- is all the go now. Iarge $409.60. There was Waiting ror tho yellow waters. And shall bless or curso forever' better housekeeper, mother, cook, liogs-Sc- leci tin died at her home near Boone, preaching at Flat Link Saturday and For the flood-tide- 's heavy sg.io. good yellow waters In the land or the hercaiter; nnd homo maker. Any man who to choice packers and butchers $80 Oct. 30th, arter a lingering illness. Sunday, conducted by Rev. Ander- On their arms to lirt and bear bill with shame or crown with will run his farm according to tho of sales $108.06. mixed She leaves several children, a hus son and Mr. Thompson from Indi- . them; blessings extra instrurtinns coniaincu in Thn Citizen Pcker 17.900 8, stags $407.10, ,10aTy band and a host of rriends to mourn ana. A good crowd was present. Past the school houso whero the Our eternal years unending. s&1i26i comrao t0 choco . will bo many dollars ahead at the fat Bowa $4.2507.66. extra $7.70ff7.7S. : tinP flfi.lfll A,nnn!.n i Ifnr . .... ..... hnrlv wnu Inlrnn'Mpo. .kiiiuiii.ii rPlnnl.n Minvii.t'u.-,children iiiiuuur is slaying Chas. S. Knight. light shippers $7.1607.75, pigs (110 end or the next year. to acauoiu uane ror uunal. A with Mrs. G. C. Goodman at Welch Wo are glad to say that tho young ,b" and le" 57' nice ualiy girl arrived at tho home burg ror a while. Mrs. Wm. Parrett people now In Berea rrom different of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson a has pneumonia rover. Born to Mr. 21), 30 and 31. They report Carico. or ono places wo visited this summer are few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. ami .Mrs. .eal Mooro a boy. His the largest Lambs Extra $6.90 07, good to sessions yet held in our1 r.irip() v.. 3. Orbin Smith re- - all doing nicely and are glad to b" choice. $6.6006.85, common to fair $l ,yu. . . . Levett have recently moved to rail i.:inn in' PiiHni- - TWn In Kf,. " v" , Mine. .hiss uora i.anguon visueu centlv ,7 Wo,8-26a nice horse. Sacrc-a- s here. Send us all you can. road properly near Snider D. B. .Mrs. J S Moore a ten pound boy- .- lMjss AIina Ha(ler Iast Sunday.-Mr. held at Flat Top will take good caro ol them, give' SEVEN LIVES LOST IN Blair is clerk in J. II. Lambert's ItrllllM'l lt:iL-f:.. ivna ill ll.io .111111.. 1 ...I.. i,i!vim iviiHiiii nnii, . .. .imvn itinv-- - IIIUIU IIILlllll), EXPL08IOI- una s 1 ""ay J,r"'11 them tho best education and Bend store at present. Lyda Levett is Thursday and Friday measuring ,m1 to iw' r?u 01 niiooisrhi nn n mem nncK 10 you oeiier pnys-- 1 with her aunt, Mrs. Mattie Coyle, Iarord, ct--At least seven people icnlly, mentally and spiritually are supposed to be dead as the result al Rockrord this week. Mrs. Tai Uw..ww i t tirr una Jtui, Sirtlilli tia tria man they explosion In ever been before, flve- lor or Conway jiassed thru Booiu list at presenl.-..er- o was church Hacker is building a new bam hfs !S i Gai n d County. Send themhave to bo a blessing of an brick warehouse,Loveland's Front atory on North back Monday. Marion Poynter is quito at W. h. Jones Saturday night. A week. Lloyd Begley has just com-- ls atreet, when the walla II II no cow to i the building sick at this writing. Ben Blair is fTi..r'"w4..w,i? a'"! eood pleted his new bam. InZ, lost n" ror. Mrs. andthe homes, schools and churches . Plled on the roofa ofoftwo adjoining ho bad tho whole community in which visiting homo rolks at present. Re- liehavior. W. F. !.es"nt and Jas. Tinchcr woodon tenement houses. The cause Eliza Tussey nnd twins aro doing they live vival meetings closed at Fairview Nelly returned rrom East Bemsladt 'holexPlof,on. h.u" ,'ol1 el very well. Tho two sons of Bud Wo are glad lo say that our hook with rour additions; service by tho Saturday with a load of baled hay broko ou Immediate-oSand Gap. Wathens aro reported to have fever. recturts, part of which you saw ,y nf(er u but wog B001 Mln.ulhe(Sir ilov. oooch or Lincoln County as for W. R. Engle and Ben D. Young, Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Jas. Sumers, in pamphlet form, is about ready Tno lwo.itory h0U10 occupied by John Sand Gap, Nov. 2. Gcorgo Powell sisted by the Rev. D. S. Phelps of Born to Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Hays, copper Creek. Several from this a bouncing boy C II. Cook relumed and family, who moved to Berea a a li pound boy. They call him Ed- for distribution. Tho prico of this Hughes was almost burled under the cents, in paper brick and mumwy. place attended tho Holiness meet- Thursday night from a two weeks' rew weeks ago, soon decided they ward. Mr. J. Birch from Island book Is thirty-fiv- e ing near Berea Sunday. Mr. te drumming trip for VanDcren Hard- liked country lire belter and have City was visiting his daughter, Mrs. or Harlan County is visiting ware Co. Fuzz Mooro hail his pipo moved back on tho Nannie Camp- John Couch, last Saturday and Sunhis daughter. Mrs. E. E. Blair at stolen from his mill. Supposed to bell rami on Birch Lick. Tho Gol- day. People aro gathering corn and den wedding or Mr. and Mrs. M. D. report it common. present. D. B. Blair bought a j:alf no stolen by moonshiners. God rrom A. D Levett for 812 a rew days send tho day when moonshining Settlo or Big Hill was celebrated ago. There will bo a meeting near win no put to an Saturday Sept. 25th. Their son Dr. Nathanton. end. J. B. Settlo and wire ol this place Berea the first Sunday in December Nathanton, Oct. 31. Mr. and Mrs. attendrng.They report a very pleas conducted by tho Holiness people. McKee. WHILE IT LASTS ant time, all lho children being Leonard Higuito of McKco are visEverybody como out. J. Levetl was McKee, Oct. 31. Wyck Lainhart present except one son, who is in Madison County Saturday on in iting relatives at this place. Mrs. business. J. II. Lambert made a and Miss Ella Nunn of McKee worn school in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Polly Gavins returned Monday from business trip to Mt. Vernon ono day married Thursday artcrnoon at tho Henry Cook returned Wednesday, mi extended visit with relatives in last week. Mrs. Bettio King, who bride's home. Horace, tho little son rrom Reeves, in Estill County, where Tennessee. Three of Jesso W. Rader, has been quito they had been visiting their daughchildren have been sick has been quite sick is reported so f 0 Red Top is the CHEAPEST GOOD ROOK. siek with pneumonia but is somo ter, Mrs. Thomas Dowen, sinco Mon- with fever. Dr. Redwino of Leslie No Painting or Patching every year. much better. belter now. Mrs. Maltio Carpenter day. Henry Click, who has been County Is visiting relatives at this FIRE INSURANCE costs less than any other roofing, and daughter, Miss Grace, aro visit- down for several weeks, with place. Brlco Bishop or Clay County No tar to run out, only high grade asphalt used in its Rockford. ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Farm-er.-I)- r. rheumatism, is some bctcr. We makeup. are visited orhis sister, Mrs. B. H. Rockrord, Nov. 3. Mrs. M. .1. this place a .row days this Morris and Dr. Whitest of sorry lo hear of tho death of his You can lay it in zero weather or In July Thomas, who lias been sick so long, Clay County It's never passed thru town Mon- faithful mule Red. Wo aro also week. Died on lho 17th, Mrs. Robt. soft nor brittle, will not break. is no better. Quito a crowd was at day on their way to Wind Cavo to very sorry to hear of bis Utile Wood or spinal trouble. Sho was It is GUARANTEED by its manufacturers who will give Rockford Sunday and Aden Ogg was noid a pot buried you a new roof free of cost if it does not last five years. present with a camera. Robt. Bow- tho body or mortem examination on daughter, Myrtle, getting her foot Conley al Island City, tho 18th. Wilson, who has been sick John Moore, who was so badly burned this morning. man Is moving near Rockford. A killed Aug, L'nd at the Primarv elec Rev. J. W. Parsons closed a very with rver, is belter. Mary Hubbard lot or Scaffold Cane's working men tion. J. K. Sparks, who has boon interesting scries or meetings Fri- who has been sick with pneumonia went to Gas City colony to begin down so long with typhoid, is now day nighl al Durham Hidgo school is Improving. Robt. Holoomb vishunting for work and it seems there able to bo up ited relatives at McKee Thursday is more, hero to do than can bo Mooro or Gray again. Miss Lillio house. Besides preaching at II a. and Friday. HENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager Miles Caudill returnHawk Hospital was m. and 7 p.m. each day, ho preachdone. Willard and Everett Todd in town Thursday Phone 7 or 187 ed Saturday from an extended visit Tinihop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. visiting tho sick. ed at 3. p. m at Sand Gap from Tucs- with relatives in Leslie County. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else I ,rTr.1 .7 . J?,' ,,,,, dlBt J."'"'4" ..." an' - ed ed Hy-de- f -2 ... .... 'W4c. U 7 s-n- - ., "3'"c 1 1 uti o i" uSu 1 JT? ' Ea ri ,!! fot-ar- o I J r3 Klo ht T house-keepin- " .... uSS'JuwIlt9 .." X 7S K 'f Mc-Ni- $2.65 for $1.65 RED TOP ROOFING Hol-co- Berea School of Roofing