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Etor SCAN StAGUC (IHOrOIIATl) Off U0o MMtr XD-voted Tun KY J b rmifrr-i27, 1013 M Knowledge it power end tk way to keep up with Bodera knowledge ii to retd a good newspaper. itM Wit WII(T, to til Interests of tile Mountain People JfADfWN COUNTY, MfcjTUCKY, NOVEMBER Ono Dollar a Year. No. 22 Tat. XT. Fivo Centa a copy. of which was about eleven million pounds. UNITED STATES NEWS "It has been demonstrated by Post Office authorities that letters can be Every one of us needs a .friendly reminder now and New Russisn Treaty. carried for ono cent, and any ralo then. And every group of people needs a teacher and President Wilson and Secretary over ono cent represents clear proleader. ; Bryan have plans to press a now fit to tho Government. As a matter So the good Lord appointed Sunday for thought and commercial treaty wth Russia that of fact, it is probablo that n ono cent would recognize the passports of coming together and public worship. letter mail rato will pay a handsomo Hebrew American citizens. profit when it comes into existence. Now the good of Sunday, and the good of the families Gov. Colquit Leads "Turkey" Parade. "In ten years' time first class mall of a community, depends a great deal upon the preacher. During the annual Thanksgiving has produced net prollts of over If he is the kind of a man theSunday service will be profbusiness celebration of South Texas, Every person who has W00,000,000. itable, the young people and (he old people and the midGovernor Colquitt, of Texas, headed been writing letters has been paying thu "turkey" parade, of llvo thousdle aged people will come together, and all of them will a tax for the privilege. It is a funand live turkeys, which stalked thru damental princlplo in tho conduct come to have a friendly spirit and sensible ideas. Ihe in droves or a row hunHo slates that: "For the fiscal year of tho post office department that it The preacher is thescout lb go a little ahead of the dred streets behind trained leaders. each, ending June 30th, 1012, Iho total be operated at cost, and that tho next and point out the right road. He is the picket Big Shipment of Coal to South. of the Post Office Department public he required to pay only such guard to watch and give warping of danger. He is the One million bushels or coal, the Tho total a sum as will properly maintain it. were over $.218,500,000. second largo shipment to the South teacher to instruct in right ami wrong. He is the friendreceipts from all classes of mail and This principle has been violated in since tho recent navigable stage of systems wero 12 Ofllr.o Dely shepherd to feed and protect and lead the flock. tho conduct of the Post tho money order the rivers, has been started from Or this, first class mail partment in recent years, and It is If he does his duty he worts hard. He watches and Pittsburg, Pa. 4,000 tons or manuproduced about 1170,000,000, or over to bring about this reform that the prays when others are asleep! He shares the grief of all factured iron and steel was shipped by all campaign for ono cent letter postage 70 per cent of that furnished who mourn, and the anxietyof all who are in trouble. with it tor Southern markets. is now under way. rovenuo producing mail this Navajo Indians Revolt. And he strains his heart-stnngsti- ll the time in striving its weight was "The present campaign is being the fact that Four hundred Navajo Indians are to find words to persuade th bad to become good, and of the total. conducted by tho National Ono Cent only about encamped on Beautiful Mountain, "Flrsl class mall is carried at tho Letter Poslago AMOcialion with the good to become better. thirty-fiv- e miles northeasl of the weigh- headquarters at Cleveland, Ohio. rale of two cents for letters He will have his reward in heaven, but if you have a Shiprock Agency, 'singing war songs ing ono ounce, and one cent for pos- This aseociallon has members in preacher who is trying no matter how poorly to do his and dancing around camp ilres. tal cards, of which there are over every staTo In tho union, and Sentries are stationed and signal duty, you will be proud to help him all you can. ono hundred and sixty to the pound. is barked by many thousands of fires burning. The uprising was As most letters are light, and aver- business men and others who are in caused by(the persecution of several forty to tho pound, with terested in seeing a just and cquila age about Indian outlaws several weeks ago. The Temperance Question u few post cards. It may be seen that ble rate established on first class General Scott has been sent with letter mail pays over 81c per pound, mail. The solo object is to sccuro an ton. Naturally improvement of conditions under Prof. John F. Smith Begins Series of Articles on Temperance and troops to quiet them and it is hoped which is $1680 per there will be no bloodshed. this rate is immensely profitable to which first class mail is carried, and Results of Alcoholism Twenty-tw- o Dollars Stolen From government. Iial year it paid there promise In bo such an im the Mint. The Cost of the Liquor Traffic n net prollt of about $70,000,000. Dur- provemenl at a very early date, for The count of all the silver dollars ing the year ending June 30th, 1912, it is scarcely possible that such an lltifon vim nrn iinnlillrwl In crn mil heathen nation not knowing the val in the San Francisco mint has re insistent demand can ho ignored the department received over and teach rightly it is important u of money such a thing would not voided that $22 were stolen, probably for postal cards, the weight much longer." that you be acquainted with some of seem so astounding; but in our case about 1880 according to tho direcreport. Several months ago ono i no nig proiiiems thai the people it is hard to believe thai such a large tor's THE LIFE THAT COUNTS. who are endeavoring to help human- amount of money passes across the of tho bags or silver in the mint was 'Tho life that counts must toil and ity are wri'sllinir with. Ynnr lnk counter tor alcoholic drinks. We found to contain iron washers. All fight; a task of service and you can best spend about $800,000,000 each year the bags were opened and the money Must bate the wrong and love the serve God and mankind by making for tobacco; aboul $135,000,000 annu counted. French Mall By Aeroplane. right; your work a nart of tho ero.il move ally supplies us with boots and The cost or counting far exceeds The poslolllco department of ments Must stand for truth by day and that are on foot at the present shoes; the same amount pays for the the loss. France is experimenting with aero night; A Prize Cow. lime to abolish cruno, poverty, Im- bread that wo use. We are interplanes in the mail service. A sav This is the life that counts. by A new world's record purity and disease and to bring civic ested enough in our children to pay ing of twunly hours over railroad righteousness, prosperity, whole- out considerably over $300,000,000 brown Swiss cows for milk proThe life that counts must aim to transit has been secured by sending some living duction has been established by and health letters from Paris In the north of One of the great in their stead. for public education. Think of ill College Bravura II, a rise ld reform move- If each individual in the entire France to Nice on the Mediterran Above tho earth to sunlit skies; ments before the people or tho Unit- country had to pay an equal amount brown Swiss Cow, owned by tho ean by aeroplane. The aviator .Must llx its gaze on Paradise In ed Stales today is tho etrort to abol- of our public education bill, that Michigan Agricultural College. makes three, stops on the way. That is the lire that counts. ish the Liquor traffic and all the amount would bo only about 83.75: the year ending Nov. 20, she yielded evils attending Jt. I ilonot know. but if eacli had to pay an equal part 13,301.0 pounds or milk, which test Telephone by Wirelew. Thc-llfthat counts must hopeful A telephone message was trans- what your mind is about this ques- of the liquor bill he would have to ed 1.102 per cent and made 1,000.5 be; mitted October 27th by wireless tion, whether you nro in favor of pay about $20.00. And this condition pounds or butter. In darkest night make melody; doing away with tho sale of liquors exists in the United States of Amer Governor Takes to Baseball. Must wail i the dawn on bended from Hanover, Germany, to New as a beverage or whether you are ical For our churches we spend Governor J. K. Toner, or Pennsyl Jersey by a German company. The kne- enot; that is not important to me just about $165,000,000 annually; for for vania, will assume thu duties or wn c I tn num j oil in I li ili iiiiitf ti That is the life that counts; time. At llrst only clearly emitted here. Personally I believe that if eign missions we spend something President or the National Daseball the sale or liquor as a beverage were like $9,000,000 each year. It seems! League, in 1015, and will receive a Tho life that counts must helpful tones were audible; later experi- -' prohibited and abolished a great deal incredible (hat there should be so salary ol $15,000 a year. Governor mcntim: made nossihle the trans 1)0 ; mission of a spoken message whicn or thu crime and poverty and misery much difference between our foreign Tener is an old lime ball player, The cares and needs of others sco, was distinctly understood. The that exists now would disappear, ir mission budget and our drink bill. having played on the Pittsburg and Must seek tho slave of sin to free transmitting stations are over 800 you do not believe as I do about it, $0,000,000 to carry the gospel to for Chicago baseball clubs. This is tho life thai counts." I shall not quarrel with you. I have eign lands, and $2,000,000,000 to serve The Law in the Philicoi iiigu. -S- elected. arrived at this conclusion by study- the Devil here at home. Hut people ippines. Washington Hears a Paris Clock. ing this question to some extent, but are usually willing to pay more for The Philippine Commission passTHIS WEEK After three weeks of experiment- ir you have arried at a different what they want most. law, Nov. 22, ed (ho We are beginning a series of artiNow the foregoing is a bare recital adopted by the National Assembly. cles by Professor Smith of signifi- ing by tho United States Naval Ob conclusion you no doubt have reacance to all who are interested in servatory, the ticking of a Paris sons for thinking as you do about it. of the cost in terms of dollars and A short time ago investigations disHut whatever may be your own cents. You will agreo with me that closed extensive practice ol slavery Observatory clock was transmitted the welfare of (he nation. by radio signals from the F.ilTcl personal belier in the matter you are this represents but a small amount in the Islands, and an effort has been Tho new serial story grows moro interesting as the plot begins to de- tower to the Naval Itadio Station at responsible for Ihe manner in which of the real cost. Or it you don't, made since to suppress it. (Arlington. Tho experiments are you teach the subject of temper- agree with me now, you will after U. S. Army Chargers Best. velop. reading the rest of this article. This 11 is important conducted to determine the dilTer- - ance to children. In thu international contest for Dean MeAllisler writes on page 2 enco in longitude between Paris and that you know the truth about tho two billion dollars does not include army chargers, held at tho National on how to train a child's memory. Washington and also the velocity of efforts of alcohol on the body, the the uumlier of homes that are Horse Show in Madison Square Gar mind and the morals of tho people wrecked; nor the number of human den, N. Y United Stales won tho radio signals thru space. NEXT WEEK who use it, as well as upon their lives lost; nor the number of moth second and fourth places. Great A short, pithy article on reasons Huerta Will Fight to the End. I nurnoso children. in this lmw ers whose happiness is destroyed. lli'ilaiu won third place. for the High Cost of Living will ho According to his statement Huerta discussion to talk about this subject It does not include the number of Proposes U. S. University. printed. has an army of 80,000 men with ma i mm uie moral hut from the sci- young men whoso manhood and self. Senator Dillingham, chairman of which to continue the struggle; but entific standpoint. Hoforo you can rerpeet are destroyed nor the num the Senate Committee on tho Univeril is not certain that these men di"M:us it intelligently with children her of young women whoso virtuo is sity of the United States, announces CONTENTS THIS WEEK. have guns. As he is getting to the or oldgr people you must know some ruined. 11 does not represent the his intention of introducing and PAGE 1. Tho Country Preacher. cud of financial resources, Ihe ex- facts that can be marshaled on short amount of suffering that helpless pressing a hill for thu establishment One Cent Postage. pectation is general that ho can- notice, else your arguments will he children in drunkards' homes must or a university under Federal con The Temperance Question. not hold out long, since il requires so general that people will not pay undergo nor the amount of shame trol. This committee has not met Ky. News Firo Men money to conduct military opera- much Insurance attention o you. In dealing ami disgrace brought upon tho whole for several years and considerable Withdraw. tions. with a subject of this kind it is very communities by those much given to excitement was caused by his anU. S. News-- U. S. University Pronecessary to lie specific. drink. nouncement. The Kaiser and the Dance. posed. I sometimes There are some things too precious shoot quail. When I Puckerless Persimmons. World News Washington Hears The German F.mperor has forbid- first began bunting some years ago to have a price of dollars put upon Puekerless persimmons aro being Paris Clock. den officers of tho army and navy I had ono very important thing to them. What would you tako to sco shown in Washington at an agriculto take pari in fancy dances when in learn. When the covey would riso your mother's happiness destroyed? tural exhibit. This method consists PAGE 2. Hints to Teachers Memuniform. This bars out the tango I would throw my ory nun to my should- How much money would you tako of exposing tho fruit after it is packand other objectionable dances. er, pull tho trigger and Urn ni ih in exchange for the lffo or your rath- ed, to carbonic acid gas, which Something to Smile at. bunch. I rarely got a bird. It Iook er? What sum of money would re- solidifies tho tannin in tho persimTemperance Notes. The Home Rule Fight. England has at last awakened to mo some lime to learn that I had to present to you tho value of tho vir- mons, rendering it unsolublo nnl PAGE 3. Mountain Agriculture thu serious import of thu altitude single out an individual bird, take tuo and purity of your sister? These thus eliminating the bite. Tomato Club Work. Railroads Getting Poorl of Ulster and an earnest effort is deliberate aim at him before shoot-ing- . are. things whoso value cannot bo Make Farm Your Savings Dank'. reckoned in terms of dollars and Whenever I do this I usuall Representatives of tho railroads being made to bring about a comNews from Washington. bring down the game. cents. And yet tho drink trafllc de- operating in tho territory east of Sunday School Lesson "Crossing promise between tho opposing parNOW I PUrilOse to sineln mil n four stroys every one of these precious tho Mississippi and north of thu ties. To this effort tho King Is tho Jordan." lending bis iiillueuce. The cam- poLls and take deliberato aim at' things, and many more besides, and Ohio mid Potomac rivers liavo sub paign has been on it led into Scot-lau- d iiiem in oner I hat vim nmv imv still it lives. F.very year a hundred mitted n request to the Interstate PAGE 4. Ilerea Personals. and all over Kiigland; the sig- both Iho fads which you can use! thousand homes are made unhappy Commerce Commission at WashingNews of tho College. nificance of thu resistance of Ulster and also a lesson in touiperanco tar-- 1 by drink; every year a hundred ton, urging for a general increase of I shall discuss ih PAGE 5. thousand mothers suffer the shame, 5 per rent in freight rates. Thoy What llurea Has to Do men is being seriously discussed. ject under tho following headings: and the disgrace and often tho phy- claim that thu railroad earnings are Thankful For. Attack on Federals Repulsed. Sale of Christmas Seals. sical pain that drunken husbands not commensurate with the increas I. l lie cost of the liquor traffic. heap upon them; every year tens of ed cost or operating, higher taxes, Alcotiol and Klllciency. The Mexican uprising at the PAGE 6. "Cy Wliiltnker's Place" present II. Alcohol and Crimo thousands of young men have their higher wages unit additions In gives thu lead to tho Constcontinued. I. Alcohol and Disease. manhood wreoked by alcohol; every equipment necessary to meet com itutionalists, who defeated tho FedPAGE 7. year tens of thousands of girls onco mercial demands or thu country. A Corner For Women-.- . 5. Alcohol and Morality. erals near Juarez. The Federals Itecipes. 0. Alcohol and Degeneracy. as sweet and pure as your own sis- Thirteenth White House Wedding. wore driven back for thirty miles Tho Children's 7. Tho progress made by tho Tem ter are seduced ami ruined and led Hour "I Didn't in the second day's conllict, in which Thu marriage or Miss Jessie Think." into a life or unspeakable shame Woodrow Wilson, the President's from ten to twelve thousand men perance Movement. Young Folks Pen Puzzle; Tricks wero engaged. Thu hotels in JuaYou will bo astonished to learn whilu under thu iulliiencu of alcohol second daughter, and Mr. Francis with Matches." rez have been turned into hospitals, that wo K!oplo in tho United States or by men who nro themselves Howes Sayro look place Tuesday, Thu reports of tho vice Nov. 25, in tho White House. This and all foreigners ordered out of spend nearly $2,000,000,000 ovory drinking. PAGE 8. News from Eastern Ky. (Continued on I'age Elgin.) year for strong drink. If wo wero a tho city. (Continued on rv Fire.) ONE CENT POSTAGE. ncp. Bartlctt who has been a member of tho house of representatives from Georgia almost continuously since 1682, and during bis lenuro of office has become familiar with conditions surrounding tho Post Office Department, has taken up the light for ono cent letter postage because ho believes that the people of the United Slates nro entitled to a lower rale. Ho recently presented n bill in Congress calling for tho ono cent rate. The Country Preacher IN OUR JWN STATE do-sp- ilo one-eigh- th Big Trial at Morganflell. The Imperial Tobacco Company Is to be (ried for being a combination in rcstrnint or trade. The suit is brought by tho Commonwealth, and excites much interest among tobacco men. Tho Company Is controlled In England and several Britishers are to serve as witnesses. Judge Hornsberry, ol Hopkinsvillc has been appointed by the Governor to try the ense. A special train is being run daily from Henderson for tho convenience of witnesses. Serious Strike in Lexington. A dispute between the bricklayers and Marble workers engaged on the new Fayette National Bank building threatens to tio up construction work on many big buildings In the United Slates and Canada unless a settlement is arrived at soon. The principle involved appears trilling hul it has been referred to Mr. Gompcrs tho President of tho Americnn Federation of Labor and an order for a general strike is Teacker aid the 00 WORLDJEWS nine-year-o- o 1 Fire Insurance Men Displeased. The action of the Stale Rating Board reducing insurance premiums on dwellings and barns, has proven so unsatisractory to tho insurance or them companies that forty-rohave cancelled the authority of the Actuarial Bureau to rate dwelling property for them. This seriously injures tho companies remaining in the field, but the state board remains firm and expects to bring the companies to time. Kentuckians Prepare for War. Col. W. A. Colston and tho officers of the First Regiment, Kentucky National Guard, aro planning tho enlistment or a Ml regiment, comprising twelve companies or 125 men each, and a machine gun company, ready to leave for Mexico on a moment's notice. , This action is taken, not becauso war is expected in the ncark' future, but so that Kentucky will bo ready whenever there is need. Suffrage Bill To Be Offered in Assembly. Following tho recent conventions ot the Kentucky equal rights association, comes tho announcement that our next Assembly is to cone. sider the question or women's ur sur-frag- ' Anti-Slave- ry Many people aro now in favor of this proposition, but it is hoped that Kentucky will not be too hasty in adopting such a radical change. Football Championship. The defeat of Central University's team gavo Georgetown the championship of the slate. Central was defoated on her homo field with the score 10 to G. Bluegrass Turkey For Wilson. President Wilson, Secretary Tumulty and tho members of tho cabinet will have Kentucky turkeys for their Thanksgiving dinners. They aro tho gilt of South Trimble, Clerk of tho House, and coino front his Kentucky farm. Forty pounds is tho weight of tho fowl destined for the President. Thanksgiving For All. Tho Louisville organized charities announce that arrangements have been made to provido 4,300 Thanksgiving dinners to needy persons ot thu city. Louisville sets an example. Let us all follow it as wo aro able. Cassius M. Clay. Mr. Cassius M. Clay, ono of Kentucky's prominent citizens, is seriously ill at his home near Paris as thu result or an operation three weeks ago. Ho has represented Kentucky in tho Legislature and in other otllcial capacities. Wild Geese in Hickman. Wild geese aro so abundant in the country adjacent to tho Mississippi River that they threaten to destroy the wheat crop. Death of Lieut. Kelly. Lieut. Hugh M. Kelly of thu United States Army, who belonged to thu aviator corps, was killed on Monday by a fall of eighty reel from a bfplauo near San Diego, Calif. His family residu in Louisville. New Mansion For Governor. anti-slave- ry tll, I mansion for tho Governor of the Statu is in process of erection at Frankfort, Ky. Tho building Is now ready for interior decoration, which will bu done by tho March Furniture Company or Lexington. A now Pace Two. THE CITIZEN INTERRUPTED November 17, 19 3 The Citizen A 8T0RY. fsmlli newspaper for all Ihit It right, true and Interesting. ruhliihed erery T!iiit.l)tt nerea, Ky, BEREA PUBlFsHING (Iiiritrponilril) CO. WM. G. FROST, Editor-lR-CKRUTH McFALL. Office Edilor DEAN SLAGLE, Circulation Maiut r Supper was In progress and the father was telling about a row which took place In front of bis store that morning. "Tho first thing I saw was one mnn deal tho other a sounding blow, and then a crowd gathered. The mnn who was struck ran nnd grabbed a largo shovel ho had been using on tho street and rushed back, his eyes flashing Are. I thought he'd surely knock the other man's brains out and I DOG SOWN F APARTMEN T BOY KILLS SISTER IN MIMIC BATTLE ROOM "Playing Indian," He Shot the (Conducted by the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union.) Little Girl Through the Lives in Greatest Luxury, Taking Heart. PEOPLE ARE LEARNING TRUTH Baths and Showers at Will. Denver, Indian" Not Necessary for Liquor Osatsrs to Colo. "Playing with his sister, Pauline, Inaugurate Publicity Plan to at noon tho other day, Kugeno Green, 8 how "Uses and Benefits." stead, eleven years old, of 12U Ninth street, pointed a rifle at her and Itecocjilzlng that national tenipor-nncpulled 'the trigger. There was an Is n live Issue, tho president nnd the bullet pierced the of the Whohwatn Liquor Dealers' asheart of tho Itttlo girl, killing her In- sociation, In his annual address at stantly, Ky suggested that "In Mrs. Josephine Grccnstsdt, the view of tho activity of our opponents, mother, a widow, heard tho discharge and In view of tho fact that they come of tho rlflo nnd tho shriek of tho boy, In closo touch with the peoplo at and rushed Into the room whero the large. It behooves us to begin an era children had been at play. A glance of education to correct their false disclosed the dead child, and hystorl- - teachings and develop In the minds of tho peoplo a right idea as to alcohol, Ita uses and benefits." It to not necessary for tho liquor Interests to go to the oxpenso of Inaugurating any publicity scheme to show the "uses and benefits" of This Is being done for them freo of cbnrgo by varied agencies. The Judge of the domestic relations court of Chicago helps to "develop this right Idea" when ho chows from his court records that 46 per cent of tho domestic Infelicities brought before him are to bo credited as "benefits" of tho uso of alcohol. The chaplain of tho Indiana stato prison helps n this "era of education" when ho volunteers tho Information that S3 per cent of the men In his institution owe their downfall to the use of the product of the distilleries, etc, and that 90 per cent, of parole violations aro due to the samo caueo. Collier's Weekly, as well as other prominent periodicals, tako pleasure In exploiting some, of tho especially tragic and pathetic "benefits" to be derived from the purchase and consumption of the wares represented by the combination known as tho Liquor Dealers' association. And the Woman's Christian temperance union, through ita forty different departments, "In close touch The Child Was Instantly Killed. with tho peoplo," aro helping mightily to develop right Ideas concerning cally sho ran to tho neighbors, summoning assistance. They pacltU-her alcohol. and tbo broken-heartebrother, while DECLINE IN OUR BIRTH RATE others notified tho coroner, The children had been "playing In- ' dian" all morning nround the home, Alcohol and Drug Habits Are Con stantly Adding to Degenerate and tbo boy found tho rifle that had List and the Death Roll. been carried by his father. It had been packed away In a trunk through An eastern life assurance society which his mother had been rummaging. Brandishing It In his band, ho told his sends out a publication each quarter sister that he wns a real Indian and to Its policy holders. They nro emIn play the phasizing the fact that the health of would defend himself. child ran from him, picking up a toy overy policy holder Is of Interest to cap pistol to carry out the game. He tho company and to other policy holdcalled to her to stop. She turned and ers. From a recent address of tho conpretended to plead with him, Then ho ralsel the rifle, pointed It directly servation commissioner of tho society at her, nnd pulled the trigger, little we quote theso warning words: suspecting that It wns loaded. "With nil Its blessing modern civiThe child was Instantly killed, as lization has Introduced hazards, habthe bullet tore through tho heart its and conditions of Ilfu which not The family has lived In the Ninth only Invite but which have Increased In many wn) street house only n short time physical, mental and moral degeneracy. "Our birth rate. Is declining. Of tho THOUGHT HE WAS A COUNT 20.000,000 school children In this country not less than 7G per cent How "Count Von de Broeh" Made Way need attention for ph)slcnl defects With a Chicago Girl's which are prejudicial to health. Valuables. "The alcohol nnd drug habits are New York, Miss AIlco Wllklng, n constantly adding to the degenerate pretty Chicago clrl who arrived the list and the death roll. "The diseases of vlco are spreading other day by the liner Prlnz Frleilrlch Wllhelm, was asked by the ship nows and wo luck the moral couragu to reporter If sho had met any members openly war against them. "Users of alcohol aro iwpoclully susof the nobility while abroad. "Yes," said Miss Wllklng, "I met n ceptible, to the attacks of pneumonia count lu Paris nnd ho stole my hand- germs." bag- At leant he said he was a count. Hero Is his card." VIEWS OF LEADING JOURNALS Sho showed a visiting card bearing von do Ilroch. tho nnme Count Keep Up Progressive Newspapers "You en, it was this." said Miss With Times on Temperance as Well Wllklng, who was accompanied by her as on Other Vital Questions. mother, who declnred It was all true. "I wsb rushing for the St. Lazaro stalu a recent Interview with Mrs. U tion to catch tho Kaiser Wllhelm II, M. U. Stevens, president National when It happened. Wo wero staying W, C. T. U., a newspaper corre- at tho Hotel Tlvoll and I stopped to spondent asked the question: pay the bill while mother went on to "How do the temperance views of tho station. . the leading Journals of tho country I camo out "Time was short when compare with those of editors and conand I rushed about looking for n taxi-ca- tributors who, ten years ago, were s I was laden with bags and bunpower In the Journalistic world? It dles and when a very polito and well Is said that their best thoughts find dressed gentleman stepped up to as- their way to your study." sist me I was glad to let him. He "Journalism and Journalists have handed mo bis card In a very polito kopt up with tho times on the temperway and then succeeded In hailing a ance question, as well as on all other taxi for me. prominent Issues," was the reply. In and as I thought, "Ho bundled me "More than 160 dallies refuso to tako gave all my bags to the drlvor. When liquor advertisements, and nearly all I got to tho station I was horrified of the best magazines now to find that my pet handbag, contain- them. Through the subtlo exclude use of ing our steamship tickets and money, money by brewers and distillers, artiWo bad to cancel our cles was missing. against total abstinence passage and cablo for funds to get hibition occasionally appear and proIn tho homo with. I told tho pollco about It. magazines, for monoy still Is a power, they could do nothing. Of courso, but truth is mlghtlor than money, but and I don't know whether he was a real Is evermore making Ita way. Leadcount or not, but he was a very ex- ing Journalists now rccognlzo that the pensive porter, anyway." nation wide movement to outlaw the liquor traffic Is an oconomlo question, Hsr Husband Meanest Man. and public sentiment Is fast demandMarlon, O. "I married the meanest ing that whatever stands In the way In tho world," declared Mrs. Wilman of efficiency and prosperity shall bs liam Dixon, a prominent society womswept aside." an In her suit for dlvorco. "I never know of ono beforo who would take Do It at Once. his children's Christmas toys, and oven Webb, the celebrated walker, who the candy given them, and sell them to was remarkable for vigor of body and get money to fritter away on other mind, drank nothing but water. II women. Why, ho would oven take tho was ono day recommending bla regipennies our frlonds would give them men to a friend who loved wine. and spend them for his own selfish gentleman promised to conform to The his pleasures." counsel, though he thought be could change bis course of life all at not 8mall Boy 8avss Mothsr. once, but would leave off strong Itosalle, N. J. Unable to awaken his liquors by degrees. "By degrees exI" mother to warn her that the bouse was claimed Webb. "If you should unafire. Harold Turner aged Ave, blow a happily fall Into the fire, would yon toy horn, aroused her and both escapcaution your servants to pull yos oat ed Injury. only by degress?" clght-ycar-ol- d 30-3- 0 o Subscription Ratos rAVAIll.H IN ADVANCK Three Month Order. Klx Monlhn One Vmr JS t;nl cent iiamtn Hrft, or litre Money tnnnev In Kcs.ltercd t.etter. or one ml two The dte after your nme on laliel hon lo what date your niirncrlptlon t aii. II H u not tek after renewal chanred within three notlfrun. are notified. Miming number will he gladly Mipplied If.we Liberal term rfven to any who nhtaln new Tragedies Told In Headline. uceriptlon for u. Any one endliiR infour yean mh.crlttlonii can receive The Cltiten free "The Automobllo Was a Borrowed for himlf for one year. Ono." AdrertlninK rate on application, mbmiikr or "Party at Other End of Wire Was the Mother Instoad of tho Daughter." "He Didn't Mind Losing the Itod but tho Fish Got Away." "Shykes Pays His Dental BUI and Postpones Ills Vacation." "Incautious Doctor Tells Rich Patient Her Symptoms Are Those of Dor-row- ill f KKffTUCKVII'RKSS ASSOCIATION. Housemaid's Knee." "Ho Wrote It 'Raised to the nth Power;' It Was Printed 'Raised to the No Whiskey Advertisements! No Immodest News Items! HINTS TO TEACHERS. No. 6. Fifth Powor.'" Memory. (By Dr. Cloytl N. McAllister) Much of tlic success of the school work depends upon lliu ability of tlio pupils to remember. Teachers sometimes ask, why do my pupils forget so quickly? Lot us look at the nature of memory for a few moments to sec if an answer may ho found to this question. Three conditions affect our power of memory: 1. The Nature of the first impression. The impression that is clear and vivid is best remembered. Much time usually spent in repetitions may bo saved if the teacher properly prepares tho child for the material she is to present, f the child is eai?cr for tho idea, and the idea is presented naturally and clearly, the right kind of an impression will bo made. 2. The number of repetitions closely attended to, is a second condition. The tlrst impression may liavc tho greatest value for memory, hut if a high degree of attention can be obtained, tho repetitions will bo of greater value than the The attention first impression. must bo fixed sharply on the material to bo remembered; only then is repetition of value. If the child is getting tired or is not well, he cannot attend lo the work, and his memory is not deeply impressed. 3. The associations: A list of words run together without mean ing cannot be remembered as well as a sentence that has meaning. If the new ideas easily lit into other ideas that the child already knows, he will get their meaning and will remember them. Tho teacher then, must take care to make the new idea clearly understood. If you desire the pupils to commit poems or other passages to memory, direct them lo begin at tho begin-iu- g and read through to the end of the piece to be remembered without stopping; again begin at the beginning and read to the end, and continue until tho passage is memorized. Such a method of committing to memory has been found to bo very much belter than tho method of learning one part at a time. Passages of prose, or poetry, or any other material committed to memory as a whole, without dividing it into small parts, will be remembered longer and more accurately than when any other way of memorizing is used. It has been found that those pupils who learn quickly are likely to remember longer anil belter than thoso who learn moro slowly. Memory for objects Is better than memory for words, consequently, students should study the concrete objects whenever possible. Good leaching requires much demonstration and illustration. Give tho pupils clear ideas, and thereby save time, for fewer repetitions will bo required. In assigning lessons the teacher must seo that tho pupil gets tho correct idea of what will bo required of him; then sho must seo that the pupil reads his assignment correctly, so as to get tho right meaning tho llrst time ho reads it. If a pupil gets a wrong meaning from tho llrst reading, ho is in danger of incorrectly, and so wrong ideas will becomo fixed. Missed a Chance. "Yes." sighed the pretty girl, "poor little Fldo's dead, and that's why I'm sad, you eeo." But did the stupid youth make tho obvious, proper, and time honored response, "O, no; you're very fair, I see?" "He did not All ho said was this: "Sadducee? Then you don't believe In poor little Fldo's resurrection!" The Ruling Passion. Host (proudly) And this Is a masterpiece of Rembrandt! Visitor Great Scott, man! What Is that unsightly hole In the corner? It spoils the whole picture. Host Well, you see, my wife Is an autograph collector, and sho wouldn't rest until sho cut the signature out and pasted It In her album. Puck. Hot Air? r Man Nine hunThe dred and seventy-two- ! That beats the record, sir! The Gentleman From Kansas (proudly) I Jest wish we had ono of them machines to hum! I'll bet a big apple I'd get the next nomination for congress from our district! Puck. Lung-Teste- stepped right In between them." The young son of tho family had become so hugely Interested In tho narrative as It proceeded that ho bad IT INSULT! SUFFERS stopped eating bis pudding. So proud was ho of his father's valor his eyes fairly shone, and he cried: "He couldn't knock any brains out Dignity Was Disturbed to the Exttnt of Being Dragged by the Nape of of you, could ho, father?" the Neck Into Wire Cage by ComFather looked nt him long and earnmon Dog Catcher, estly, but tho lad's countcnanco was frank and open. Chicago. Thco, ono of Chicago's Father gaBpcd slightly and resumed most aristocratic canines, suffered hts supper. Llpplncott's Magazine, high Insult tho other day. Its mistress, Mrs. J. Do Vos, who lives In Uncle Jerry. "I notice," said Uncle Jerry Peebles, Grand Boulevard, near Forty-sixttaking off his glasses and wiping them, street, said so. It was taken to the "that a woman wants to be divorced vulgar pound by ono of those horrid f m her husband because he can't hold dog catchers and forced to mingle with a job long anywbero and they have to common dogs. bo always movln'. She says they've Tho experience disturbed Thco's moved six times In the last ten years. cqulposo. Tho dog's dignity was disCartwrlght! Wouldn't she turbed to the extent of being dragged Great Peter 'a' been an awful failure as an old time by the napo of tho neck Into a wire Methodist preacher's wife?" cage. To recompense tho Insult Tbeo was given a three hour rldo In an upFELINE. through the holstered limousine South side parks. Then Thco returned homo to Theo's four-rooapartment Yea got It right It Is Thco's apartment, and It Is located at 2402 Powell park. The bachelor apartments which cost $25 monthly of Theo aro up to dato in appointments. There Is a bed with a downy pillow, whlto counterpanes and luxurious comfurters. There Is a porcelain bathtub with shower where Theo attachment takes "bawths." The dining room Is set off from a kitchen thorough In Its equipment and a pantry full or delicacies. While Theo slept peacefully tho other night In bed tho mistress sat unsleeping near him, tearful lest her pet bo stolen. When a reporter arrived at Theo's apartment Mrs. Do Vos answered tbo knock, but did not open Gladys tho door. "There Is absolutely nothing to say," When peoplo go to the sho said. "Theo was horribly Insultcountry they leave the cats behind. Marlon Then whero do all those on ed. This morning ha was within a stono's throw from his own threshold, the hotel piazzas come from? and I had removed his muzzle. He Is a 30 pound registered English bull In Boston. Tou talk about your breakfast foods Of cedar or of pine; But give me any kind of tJi, It' good enough 'for mine. Helping the Bride. When Mrs. Blank, who had always lived near the coast, was married she went to live In a small Kansas town. Shortly after her arrival she called on her butcher and ordered a quart of scallops. "Why, Mrs. Blank." said tho dealer, "I guess you will And those at tho dressmaker's. And," he added, kindly, rrwembcrlng that she was a brldo, "I think thcy'ro sold by the ynrd." Llpplncott's Magazine. In PREPARED. pip wrm I elderly but bachelor was trying to mako lovo to tho proud young beauty. "Why, Mr. Squlllop," she exclaimed, In astonishment, "why don't you take somebody of your own age! You'ro as old as as old as the moral law!", "I know It, Miss Fanny," he said,1 "but I'm In a good deal better state of The Palliation. ready fer th' deer season to begin, Pete? Pete Waal, I should say so. I got five bucks hung up in the woods now and a party of ten city sports coming day after tomorrow. 1)111 "Hout preservation." Note Window Exhibit A picture'! bad, Do people flee It? They break, egad. Their necks to see It Getting Instructions. "My wife Is learning to cook by correspondence course. She writes and asks how to mix biscuits, and they reply by return mall." "What It the biscuits aro In danger of burning after she gets them In the oven?" "Then she telegraphs." Thrifty Lover. "I see whero a young man wants a girl who Jilted him to rolraburse him for tho note paper be used In writing to her." "Well, why doesn't he add additional charges for pen and Ink?" "He confesses that he always borrowed a fountain pen." Passing It. "What do you suppose those century old eggs are llko of which the scientists are arguing at present?" "I Imagine they are not Ilka eggs at all. They must be two hundred egg, times as bad as a and I don't want to even discuss such a possibility." Too Good Natured. Bobble Ob, mamma! Have you seen Uncle Jake? He looks awful happy. (anxiously) Bobble's Mother Absent Minded. "Then, Minnie, you are going to get another physician Instead of tho old The Rude Person Grabbed Theo by heulth Inspector?" the Neck. "Yes; he Is too absent minded. Re cently, as bo examined me with the! terrier, and that horrid dog catcher stethoecope be suddenly called out, recognized his value. Without any Who 'Hello! is It?'" Fllegende cause whatsoever tbo rudo person grabbed Tbeo by the neck and lifted Blactter, Munich. him iato a dog catcher's wagon. "I called a taxlcab and went directART'S DISCOURAGEMENTS, ly to Mayor Harrison. I tell you, I know tho law, and I am always right. I know Just whom to go to, and I showed thorn my rights. Mayor Harrison was not in, so I told Abo Mcrln-bauthe pardon clerk, that Theo was no ordinary dog, and had been across the ocean three times. He referred me to Chief McWeeny and I obtnlned Theo's release. I didn't have to pay a cent Then I got the best limousine I could And and gavo Theo a rldo all the afternoon. Then I brought him to his apartment." "Ills apartment?" asked the reporter. "Yes, his apartment Wo maintain this apartment for htm alone. "As I said, brought him to bis apartment and gavo him a bath in his own bathroom. Ho certainly needed it after being lu there with those common "Why do so many theaters closo In dogs. Then I propared him some food on bis kltchenet and served it In his the summer time?" "Because," answered the burlesque dining room. He Is sleeping now, and manager, "people can't be expected to can't bo disturbed." take much Interest in comic costumes during the seaside bathing display." HIS LOOT CURED THIS THIEF Melancholy Fate, Egg 8tealsr Compelled to Live Five I'd hate to bo u little fly Days Exclusively on Hen That Is, If I were not me; And here's my dears, the reason why, Product Some one would surely swat me. fx 0 What's the matter with him? "I think he has been taking some of that good natured alcohol." Life. His Work. Sociologist Defined. Heard on the Wharf. "Uncle Ut'iiry, what U u sociologist?" "So you're going over on the steam"A sociologist my boy, Is n person er. Aren't you afraid you'll bo seawbo ran Inspect n carnage can and sick?" "Not a bit! You sea I've swung find enough material lu It for a long around on the straps of crowded trolo lecture on the need of society." ley cars every day for years, so I'm Tribune. used to a rough voyage." Chi-cag- First Employer How long has boy worked In your offlco? Second Employer About half an hour. He has been with us six months now. Judge. Got-rox'- a Prolonged Farewell. the punishment to the crime and sen"Where's daughter?" asked father. tenced the prisoner to Ova days In the "She'll be at the beach a couple of lockup and to eat nothing but bis days longer," explained mother, "giv- stolen g s. ef ing a young man a good by kiss." Marion, O. "I hope to God I never see another egg," ejaculated E. D. Hrant, on being released from the local lockup, where for Ave days bo had been on u diet exclusively of eggs. II rant was arrested for extracting hen products from poultry houses In tho town. Mayor Claude Urant suited November 27, 1913. THE CITIZEN. SEVERAL DISEASES OF FOWLS Excellent Little Remedies Qlven for Many Ills of the Poultry Handy to Keep Around. Page Three. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Prof. Frank S. Montgomery, Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator. TOMATO CLUB WORK REPORT IP MronoNAL Lesson (IJr E. O. 8KLL.EHB, Director of Evenln Department, The Moody Mble Institute, Chicago.) by HALLIE DAVIS, PRIZE WINNER. object of tho Tomato Garden ami Canning Club work Is to encour-ag- (! gardening anil canning In country homes. I onrolleil as n club member because I wniilcd lo know bow to raise tomatoes and try witb oilier girls (0 win a pri7o. The tomato starts from a small flat seed. When the plant starts the roots grow downward in tho soil and two little leaves comu up with tho seed on the point of them. Then the seed drops off and the two tiny leaves grow much larger before the stem starts upward and other leaves set in. The plants are set in tho garden about the middle of May. They arc en Rival ed well till about tho last ot June anil thru they begin blooming. The fruit begins ripening about Blie II rut of August. The fruit is plentiful and best from the middle or Augnl until the 20th or September but it lasts much longer and on a good garden or tomatoes there are always green tomatoes and a lot of bloom when frost comes. Clay soil made rich with manure is best to produce large tomatoes. Seed bed should be in rich soil and shoufil be well prepared with no clods in it. We nanvased our bed until the plants were ready to transplant. We put the plants out in rows feet apart eacn three and one-ha- lf way ,and hoed them three limes. ' We did not stake or rack up plants. We did not have any trouble with diseases or insects. For shipping, tomatoes should be gathered before they are very ripe. We peeled our tomatoes and heated them till they were thoroughly hot and put them into selfsealers with good rubbers on them then fastened the lops very tight. I Miall he more careful in the cultivation next year than I have been this year. I want to do more work myself. I am going lo keep an account of the exact date when the seeds were sown. When the plants begin to peep through tho ground, each day that I cultivate them and thu number of hours I work each day. I am going to llnd out all I can about tomatoes and how lo grow them and how to manage the ripe fruit. llallie K. Davis. TI10 An more prolllablc. Ho pruned, spray started a system of mulching with weeds and dead leaves. The result of his work is shown in the llrsl year, when bo harvested 2,075 barrels of apples, which wore enough lo make a nice prolll on his year's work. Thus encouraged, Mr, Wilgers continued to care for his orchard and it has not failed to pru-dtian excellent crop of apples for During this the last eight years. lime I lie thirty acres have cleared more than $3,000 a year Tor the own er, which would make a total prolll or $21,000 from an orchard that once failed lo sell for the sum or a000. Mr. Wilgers attributes his success directly lo the Tact thai he has given attention to his orchard by spraying, mulching nnd fertilizing. Fertilizers have been used on ly during the last two years. In Ten years ago orcharding southeastern Ohio was no more pro filalile than il is here now. The success of Mr. Wilgers can easily he duplicated by many men in cast- em Kentucky during the next ten years, and it will be by some. Will you be one of them? I'robably you have less than 1,000 lives; possibly less than 100. But go lo work on what you havo and set out more if you like to work with fruit and make the old or chard pay and bring a young one in to bearing as soon as possible. I'm II growing will be one of the leading industries of eastern Ken- lucky in 10 years from now. ed and ce For cases of diarrhoea, a diet of boiled rlco la excellent. A little vaseline placed on the ton ffuo li excellent for pip. An English cure for roup Is three drops of camphor on a pleco of Linseed meal will promote digestion and regulato the bowels. Citrine ointment Is recommended for cblckenpox. One part cedar oil and two parts vaseline make nn ointment, recommended In cases of sorehead or chick enpox. A tcaspoonful ot fenugreek dally In tho soft feed, for ten fowls, Is excellent for digestion. Chopped up pumpkin seed Is said to bo a good remedy for tape wormB In 9t WAsm LESSON bread. FOR NOVEMBER 30 Combine the Qualities of Professions in Alaska CROSSING THE JORDAN. TBXT-Joshu1:7-1- 7. poultry. Another preventive of bowel troublo Is a teaapoonful of Venetian red In a gallon of drinking water. Howcl troublo In chicks Is often checked by mixing a littlo granlatcd charcoal In the soft feed. Nothing Is better for a badly torn comb or wattles than to waeh tho sores with whiskey; after which coat with vaseline. For constipation, ten drops of aul phate ot magnesia to each pint of drinking water Is recommended. TO EXTRACT FOWL'S SINEWS Operation Is Not Easy at Best and It Extremely Difficult for Any Inexperienced Person. For some ways of preparing a fowl It Is advisable to remove the sinews of tho bird, but this Is an operation that Is not easy at best and that Is extremely difficult for an inexperienced person unless be or she might Orchard Turned Profitable. oppor-portunity or Lawrence county, Ohio. His experience, which was at llrnt unprofitable mid later a success, has been with an orchard or 1,000 Homo apple trees which are now 2.1 years old. .Nine years ago Mr. Wilgers would have sold his thirty acres or fruit trees for $2,000. They had not been paying expenses for the llrsl 15 years. When (he owner found that he could not make the sale even at such a reduced priro ho decided lo put in some work on his orchard in an olTnrl to make it HUMANE BULLETIN. That orcharding tlTords an to the farmer is in the success or 0. II. exem-plillc- d Wil-ge- s, Your Savings Bank. Did it ever occur to you thai the soil on your farm is the very best savings bank in which to deposit your surplus earnings. Walter Whyland has more than doubled his yield of corn this year over what it was the excellent crop season i year ago 011 their one time poor farm in the Hart settlement. How did he do il? Ily putting back into the soil as much or more elements or fertility than bo took off and by good cultural methods to make the fertility ho has produc tive. He raised 12 to 15 bushels of corn per acre last year. This year il averages :w liushels per acre. He improved the land by sowing cow peas, soy beans ami rye. All his cultivated land is in rye and winter oats now and ho is confident or a yield or 10 bushels or com per acre next year. Hand to mouth fanning has been the custom for too lohg. Don't be afraid to put something back on tho land. Save every bit of manure you can this winter nnd spread it thin next spring so as to cover all the ground possible. Ol some more stock ir you have not enough lo eat your crop. Stop selling grain and hay. IVd it. Sell the stock and get 70 per cent or tho value or your crop hack 111 manure. Plow under or hog down most of that ryo you sowed this fall. I'lan to sow several acres or cow peas or soy beans in the spring. You will never under the sun succeed at fanning unless you deposit lots of manure and legumes back into your soil bank. Make your Farm Extracts Fowl's Sinews. have one ot the devices Invented by a New Hampshire man. To a box at tached to the wall are two claw arms, one of them stationary and the other yieldingly affixed by a strong spring A horizontal arm that is hinged to the wall near the floor Is attached by a chain to the spring claw arm. The chicken's leg Is thrust up through tho spring arm and the claw mndo fast to the stationary arm. Pressure ot the foot on the horizontal arm below pul'.s tho fowl down, but tho sinews that lead from the claw Into the leg are stripped cleanly from the flesh, 1 wmaro Healthy chickens need no mcdlcino or stimulants. Rending, breeding, feeding aud care will bring success to most any pout (Lexington Leader) i'lcaso blanket your borso while stopping. The Humane Society makes tho same old request, hut as il is tho same old weather that demands il, tho request is not amiss. With thankfulness wo bring out our wraps, raincoats and furs, glad that wo are not compelled lo meet tho sleet, snow and piercing winds So, also, will without protection. tho animal you drive 1st thankful ir you provide a warm blanket and a raincoat (a tarpaulin cover will do.) The blanket that straps across tho breast or tho borso or mule is preferable as it thus protects that part, and il is less easy for tho occasional sneak tliiof to lift. From "Stable Rules" are tho following, "After a long day in very cold or wet weather, a hot mash, half bran and half oats, with a tablespoon of ginger will do the horse good. Pul very little salt, if any, in tho mash. In onler to do well tho borso must bo kept warm. In cool weather givo him a light blanket, ami in cold weather, an extra warm blanket. Never put a borso, up dirty or muddy for (ho night. At least brush his legs and belly, and straighten his hair. To prevent scratches, dry tho horse's fetlocks ami heels when ho comes in, especially in winter, and rub on n littlo glycerine or vaseline boforo ho goes out In snow or mud. In cold rains tlo not lio up tho horse's tail. Tho long tail provents tho water from running down tho Inside of his legs, and keeps off a current of air from his belly." "Can you lay a just claim to mercy And truthfully say "I'm humane,'; When you see the distress of a four-rootfriend And pass quickly by unwilling to lend Tho aid that will lessen its pain? ed trymnn. Tho henhouse should bo very carefully cleaned during tho hot weather of early fall. Olvo tho fowls plenty of pure, fresh water, and wash their drinking llshes ovcry day. il is justice, For head Hco, sweet oil rubbed In To countenance all of tho wrong Is not so harsh aa kerosene but Just Inflicted on creatures of earth, air as effective. and sea Hy thoughtless man's inhumanity, Nothing makes a cooler, cleaner- looking poultry house than tho use of And go on your way with a song? plenty of whitewash. THE REASON. Tho surplus bout milk can bo utilized In no more profitable way than by giving It to tho hens. Can you maintain "I say Jones," said his friend, "do you know why you aro like a donkey?" "Liko a donkey?" replied Jones. excited and angrily. "No, Indeed, I don't. "Well, enmo tho gentle nnswer, "becau,so I ! dressing poultry pays for tho extra pains taken. The plnfeathers must all bo removed. Carefulness In In applying Insect powder, hold the fowl by tho feet, head down, and work tho powder well into tho fcathors. bornncss herseir." Jones chuckled long and merrily over tho idea. It tickled him immensely. When ho got homo ho decided lo try il on (ho missus. "Allco," ho began, as ho sat down to supper, "do you know why I'm liko a donkoy?" Then ho waited a moment, protending lo loy with his chop, but. in reality ho was watching his wife's countenance-- . Ah, tho answer was coming. Lei him get his words ready. "Well, doar," camo tho gentlo reply, "I really suppose it's because you wero born sol" Answers. your belter hair is stub- - toughens the flesh of A good breast is half the race for a valuable table Over-exercis- even a young fowl. fowL v Keep plenty of water beforo the ducks. Sudden death among the ducks can often be attributed to a lack ot water. Frequent dumping and burning ot nesting materials will thin out vermin wonderfully. Smoke out the nest boxes over the tiro thus made, V Whitewash Is cheap and easily pre pared. Hy the use ot a coal oil emulsion from time to time the wiping out of the vermin colonies may be as sured. o. LESSON been published and sent to every GOLDEN TEXT "Fear thou not for I school teacher working for tho gov- am with thee." lea. 41:10. ernment In Alaska. The authors havo taken particular pains to describe the The spies sent out by Joshua (ch. symptoms and outline the methods of 2) were animated by quite a different treatment of the common diseases of motive than that which governed the natives In simple, plain language. thoso who first visited Canaan, and In a word of Instructions to the teach they brought back a much different ers who will receive the book tho au report (Num. ch. 13). Tho story of thor says: their experience In Jericho with A little learning Is a dangerous their escape from her house, and School teachers In thing, and this Is especially true in the Incident of the "scarlet thread," WASHINGTON. have- - a thorough medicine. Teachers are warned to bo will prove an interesting Introduction knowledge of medicine as well as careful In prescribing. It Is often dif for 'today's lesson. Thero aro two pedagogy. The Alaska school serv- ficult to make a diagnosis ot the dis suggestions In the preparation for the ice is the only system of education In ease which the patient Is suffering. crossing ot the Jordan mentioned In the United States or any of Us pos- To lessen this difficulty symptoms of seven verses of this chapter: sessions which ,1s under the direct all of the common diseases are thor the first (1) It was to be an orderly advance control of the federal bureau of edu- oughly described so that the teacher (v. 4); no disorderly crowding about cation. In the northwest territory may have assistance In determining those who led. This was also to be a there are large areas in which the any case. Itemember, this handbook sure path, though they bad not passed services of regular physicians are Is not Intended to replace the serv way before, for God was leading. not obtainable. It often becomes the ices ot a physician and all cases that prayerful advance duty of the public school teachers not should be referred to one whenever (2) It was to be a Literally, they were to "un(v. 6) only to render first aid to tho Injured possible. dertake great things for God and to or sick native, but to care for him Agents of the government have expect great things from God." throughout the entire course of a found that outsldo of performing their Jesus Must Lead. severe Illness without the aid ot a educational duties Alaska school I. The Leader, vv. 7, 8. The cirphysician. teachers are called on most frequent cumstances surrounding this episode For the assistance of men working ly to assist the natives in solving aro far different from those at the In Uncle Sam's Alaska school service their health problems. The new med crossing of the Red sea. Moses' enDr. Emll Krullsh ot the United States ical handbook Instructs the school counter with Pharaoh had stamped public health service and Dr. Daniel teachers on every phase of medical him as the one who should save the S. Neumann of the United States bupractlc? through which It might be nation. True, in the battles and In reau of education have together writ- possible for the agents ot the bureau his association with Moccs Joshua ten a medical handbook which has just of education to help the natives. had occupied a position of leadership, but now he Is to deliver Israel from the death of the wilderness Look Up Wife life and possessions of Canaan,into tho henco tho words, "I will magnify theo in other day Senator Knute tho sight of all Israel." It Is noticeTHE was startled by the receipt HE MUST able, however, that Joshua did not of a letter which contained tho follead this forward march, but rather THINK I'M lowing clipping from a publication the priests. The ark which they bora RUNNInC A Cupid's Column. His surprise called Is a type of Christ and he must algrew as he read the clipping, which (VJATRiMOfllAL ways lead. Jehovah magnified Joshua was as follows: ACENCY because Joshua had magnified JehoD. C I am a "27S3 Washington, IIII vah, see I. Sam. 2:30, John 17:4, 5. young widow, twenty-fivyears of age. Joshua at II. Those Led, w. No children; 130 pounds, blonde once communicates Jehovah's order hair, gray eyes, very good form, good for a forward march to the people (I. disposition, French Methodist; have a 2:13). But God graciously acsmall Income; like both city and with a ditch running through It, and Thess. word by a visible manicountry life. Would like to corre- I am sure that we will be happy companies hishis presence (v. 10. 11) " and festation of young roan matri- here. I am 5 feet 8 Inches spond with some I. John 1:1, Col. 2:9. It was tho monially Inclined. See my photo." much more to that effect. On the cf. word and presence ot the "living To the right of this touching mis- back, of this was written: (v. 10) that was to work this "Dear Senator: This young woman God" sive was a picture, also clipped from to accomplish the victoa newspaper, of a remarkably pretty lives In your city. Please look her miracle, and possession of the land in acgirl, wearing a low collar and an up for me, as I want to marry her. rious cordance with his own sure promise. I out her nhotocraDh outside the en elaborate picture hat. This lesson is a great lesson of The senator, who Is over seventy velope, but the postofSce authorities types. God, through the leading ot years of age and married, at once be- returned It to me. If you will look bearing the ark (a type ot gan to suspect that some widow had her up and tell her to write me I will his priests leads man from the failures be much obliged to you and will re Christ), her eyes on him. Hut taking another of his wilderness experience, through look Into the envelope he found the member your kind favor." (tho Jordan), into newness of All the senator said when be death following letter and a photograph of Rom. 6:4, 9. Previousdropped tho envelope and Its contents life (Canaan), a young man. The letter read: ly the mention of the names of these "I am mailing your picture and Into th wnstebasket was: so frightened (v. 10) your description," said the note, "to "He wtt.nts me to open a matri enemiesthat they bad turned aside in a the city of Washington, D. C. I hope monial ngentry for his special benefit. Israel panic, but Israel had been learning you will get It nnd write to mo at Now, I'll do viy number of things In the bitter school of discipline and once, for I am a young bachelor, and for the people, tut I'll he blamed It failure. "The Lord of ull tho earth" my father owns a farm In Minnesota. will do that." (v. 11) Is to lead, why then fear? There was, however, to be a test, vlr., the path was not to open until their City Hall Girls Rise in Honor of Visiting feet were in the waters. Thero was no such test at tho Red sea, for they the tables and chairs in the room. did not then havo sufficient faith, I. De that as it may, the rat didn't tarry Cor. 10:13, I. Peter 1:7. to receive the homage intended for Israel's One Way. him, but be got around that way a day Up III. The Dry Ground, vv. or so later, and that was tho limit. until the moment they stepped Into There just had to be a trap, and with- tho water, priest and people alike roout another day's delay, at that lled upon the bare word of Jehovah, The negro keeper of the files was I. Sam. IE: 22. Wo, too, will surely summoned and told of tho Impending find a way of escape if wo yield him trouble, and a trap was installed the Implicit obedience, Isa, 43:2; I. Cor. a dark corner of tho dim corridor next day and temptingly baited. Dut 10:13. As if to heighten this miracle leading through tho flleroom of it seems that he Ir a wise old rodent. wo need to remember it was tho seathe city hall to the room where papers for nary a nibble has he taken at the son of flood tide (v. 15). The river and documents are kept typewritten bait. And in the meantime the girls Jordan is a great typo of tho judgand compared by the young ladles of are declaring they are not the least ment passed upon sin. Verse sixteen tells us that the waters were backed that department, stands a seductively bit afraid of an old rat baited trap. And thereby bangs a tale Miss Elizabeth Wilson, In chargo ot up beyond "tho city of Adam." Our a rat tale. the department, says rats are nothing Joshua delivers not only us from all A few days ago, when the ladles to be scared of, and that she can't see sin but his deliverance Is also suffwero all terribly busy, a great, big, why tho others are scared. MIbs Mary icient for the wholo human race, Heb. audaclouB old rat scuttled across the Greer soys she knows well enough 9:28, I. John 1:7. Our deliverance Is Tho room, disappearing behind some that rats aro not dangerous, but she complete, let us praise him. shelves. just doesn't care to have them around Jordan would not, however, havo The ladles honored his by courteously rising. It Is Miss Lydla Gardner says she can't opened had those bearing tho ark The peoplo said that they kept right on rising till understand what's the matter with the paused upon the bank. could not havo been delivered except they had risen as high as tho tops ot city ball cat as the ark remained' in the river bed. Jesus went into tho waters for us, 2 Cor. 5:21; Gal. 3:13. He has conGood Certainly This Job demned sin for us, Rom. 8:3. Ho alone has opened a pathway for our' STORY which Is going around the deliverance. There was no other way at the lobbies aud cloakrooms whereby Israel could bo delivered and, TftffHOW capltol in these days ot scant patronHIS cur further they were delivered "right age had ttB origin at the national JOB against Jericho" (v. 16) vis., before Secretary Kedfield ot the capital with UlCHT their next big task, and "all tho nadepartment ot commerce. tion wero passed clean over Jordan" "It happened at a time when thora (v. 17), John 17:12. was keen rivalry for government po Representatives of each trlbo (ch. Secretary Itedfleld, sitions," said 4) carried from the river twelro "that a young mau named Allen destones for tho building of an altar so sired a place in the postofflce departthat the history of that deliverance) " 'Where?' said the congressman. ment and applied to his congressman. might be perpetuated. " 'Why, a clerk in that division was He was told he could get no place IV. The Lesson. In this lesson wo vacancy arose. He waited drowned this afternoon.' until a are brought, in company witb Israel, congressman looked at blm Into tho land at last Abraham saw one day, when "The for soveral weeks and his money was nearly exhausted, bo sadly. '1 regret to inform you,' b and bellevod. Jacob and bis sons went down to a beach nearby. There said, 'that you aro too late; the place left it when threatened with moral were many peoplo bathing there, and has been filled.' contamination and physical death. among them was a man whom Allen "'How can that bar shouted Allen. Much has happened since that time, recognized as a' clerk In the division The man has just been drowned!' but God's purposes have gone on un"'Yes, I know,' answered the con- changed. Nor has Jehovah over been which bo sought for a place. 'This clerk ventured beyond his gressman, "but the place was obtained defeated. Israel Is delivered because. depth and was drowned. When the by a Massachusetts man who saw In the language ot Pa. 114:2. "Judab He made became bis sanctuary, Israel his dobody was brought ashore Allen hur- the clerk go In swimming. ried up to his congressman and ex- a correct guess that the clerk could minion." Note bow Pa. 114:3 united not swim and made his application by forty years of history, "The sea saw claimed: "I can havo that job now I There telephone ten minutes before tht It and fled; Jordan was driven back.' clerk's body was brought to shore."1 This Is the history of Israel U a vacancy!' Ra-ha- Wanted Senator to a Prospective 1 e 5-- a Rat 14-1- IN Hunter Was a Guesser A a r. Page Four. PHE CITIZEN. CHURCH NEWS Mr. Hudson will preach nt Harts November 37. 1913 loooooooooooooc C0LLE6E ITEMS Rev. C. S. Knight has returned Settlement next Sunday nl the usual L. HURLBURT, D.D. from Lal'ollctle, Tonn., where he time. Mrs. Roberts will .sneak at Blue has been holding a series of meet' ings. Mrs. E. KILLEN, I. ink next Sunday. Berea, Ky. NEWS OF BEREA. AWo VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A Mr. Shriver witli two assistants VARIETY OF SOURCES Revival Meetings. from John Mansvillo Co. in Cincin Revival Meetings will be held at nati, is here lo lay the Mastic lloor for the Red ami Black. Profs. Croin the Korea Baptist beginning Mr. Chas. Biirdclte and little son Sunday, Nov. 30th,Church a. m. The ing in the new laundry. it and McAllister aro coaching the nt II The college plan to set out shade College teams, and they have done returned Wednesday from n visit meetings will be conducted by Rev lives in Hie area between. the side- wonders in developing It. with Mrs. Hui del le's mother. I'. It. English, the newly elected pas Mrs. S. R. Baker was in Cincinnati (,,r of the church, who will prearh walk and new curb on both sides of T. M. C. A. Social. Main street. . hum, on ii misiues CITT rilONK 188 Last Wednesday from 0:311 lo 8:30 inp. lw(ce oac, ,.,y al 0 ,,.m. mill 7 Ice cream p.m. the member of the Y. M. C. A. The big new I lie Office over Berea Bank & Trust Go Prisrilla Club will hold its m. All are cordially Invited to at has lieen in enjoyed one of the best socials that annual bazaar December 12th and tend, enjoy and cooperalo In these freezer, motor-drivel.llli al Mrs. S. R. Bakers store. A meetings. All students will receive Mulled al the boarding hall, and will they have ever had. There was In School and DAN H. BRECK he christened on Thanksgiving Day, nothing heavy on Iho program, but big variety of hand-mad- o presents a warm and special welcome. Out of School Miss Sperry is away at Black the time wns full of lively "stunts'' Fire, life, Acdaeat, ta Lire Steck will be on sale, such as hand-eUnion Church .Mountain taking a short rest from for which the social committee of broidcred articles, etc. The nro- INSURANCE t)n Sunday next the pastor of the her strenuous duties at the boarding the Association was to be congratucecds are lo ho used for charity. Wilt fign your bond. In the State and l'"iou Church cooperating with tho hall. lated. About 175 boys were scut to Millinery Sale. Fish's RJckmond, Ky. cost for ten days, beginning Hals ni movement for Christian citizenship Pkone 505 The new ward for eonlagious dis their rooms cheerful, warm and full Out of the State Friday, Nov. 28th. lasting till Monday, advocated by the National Reform eases on the second lloor of the hos of oyster soup. We look forward L, & N, TIME TABLE Doc. 8th. Don't fail to call and see Association, will speak on "The Re pital annex is now completed, and to another occasion liko It in the sponsibility of Christians for Right will accoinmoilatu fifty cases at one winter term. our large display. North Bound, Local ( Sentiment and for Law lime. B. Fish, m, Mrs. J. Knoxville Miss Mae Mtnter's Death. 7:00 a. m 10:55 p. Mr. John Wilson, a vocational stuBerea, Ky 1:07 p. m. 3:52 a. m. ad) BEREA After a lingering illness Mae M In The great convention held at dent of last year, writes from Bat- ter died 6:30 p. m. 7:45 a. m, Cincinnati Mrs. Mary H. Dodge has returned al two o'clock last Satur Portland lasl summer brought to tle Creek Hint he ami a number of day morning. South Bound, Local from a fortnight's absence at Cin gether the largest aggregation of friends will enroll in Berea for the 8:15 p.m. einuati and Covington. She reports Cincinnati 6:30 a.m. Her death was caused by several winter term. 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. that her niece, who underwent an Christian forces for the advanceBEREA complications, tlio loss of her sight Can Get It After a number of days away coming ilrst. Knoxville 7:00 p. m. 5:50 a. m. iperalion for appendicitis, etc., al ment of the principles of Christian ity in government in the history of from Berea, Mr. Morton is again nt Express Train The funeral was held Saturday Christ hospital, as doing well. our country. This movement is his post. COLORED ITEMS. No. 33 will stop to take on passenafternoon. The entire Collego De Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Moore and Mr hound to spread; churches nil over Miss Ruth Porter was called to partment Mrs. Willnau Roads died Nov. 23. gers for Knoxville and points beyond. mm .Mrs. .Monigonicry jacKson aro escorted the body to the the iU1( are becoming interested her home at Toboso, ()., on account chapel where services were South Bound held. She leaves a husband and three enjoying a mini ai .Mr. u. w. JacK of the death of her father. A host Miss Bowersox and Miss Margaret daughters. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati SOnS at KirkVllle. A leeenlinn will ho ilvnn liv Ilin of friends extend deepest sympathy Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ballard, who 11:55 a.m. BEREA Schumaker spoke and their words Mr. John C. Jackson left Sunday Union Church on Saturday night to Glenn and his sister in their No. 32 will stop at Berea to take expressed in part the love and res- have been in Cincinnati for several a visit with friends in next to Rev. Howard Hudson and on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and afternoon for pect which Miss M inter command- weeks returned homo Sunday. aspar, Wyo., and with other Mr. Mat (Sen try who has been empoints beyond. ed from all her fellow students friends in the north. North Bound Mr. Baird, Dr. Roberts, ami Dr. ployed in Ohio returned homo LOST Gold Bracelet, Nov. I), be Thursday where he will remain this BEREA 4:45 p. m. Maine also spoke. tween Hazlewood store and Freeman Cincinnati 8:50 p. m. Miss Minler was in hor senior winter. Hollow. Please return to owner and Rev. I. II. Miller preaches nl tho year and had been for six years a receive reward. Miss Hallic Hock- First Baptist Church Thanksgiving, student at Berea. (ad) er, Bobtown, Ky. Get that stove at Welch's, Her father and mother came from al It a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Laswell visited Mr. Letcher Gabbard, a former Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bcruaught was their home in Owsley County and in Berea a few days last week. Berea student, is suffering from the body wns taken there for bur the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Peler Mr. and Mrs. May Lane were visBowman Sunday. in the hospital at ial. itors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Knoxville. All college activities ceased for T. J. Coylc the latter part of last the afternoon and the four senior Mr. John E. Anderson has raised , week. COMING EVENTS. societies adjourned some remarkably lino onions this their usual Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Shepherd vis meetings. ear, as is evidenced by live largo ited relatives in Berea Sunday ones left at this ofllce, which weigh The death of one like Mae Min THURSDAY. Nov. 27: Thanksgiving Day; Football, Collego vs. AcaFor the snappiest line of ladies ed a little over three and a quarter ler is keenly felt by all. demy. roats sec HAYES & GOTT. pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsdon and THANKSGIVING SERVICE IN COL SATURDAY, Dec. 13: Lyceum lecMr. J. T. Scrlvner, who moved to daughter, Geneva, spent Sunday ture; Everett Kemp, Reader and LEGE CHAPEL. Lexington two years ago after re with Mr. and Mrs. J. 51. Coylc. Entertainer. 7:30 p. m. Rev. Charles S. Knight, Superinsiding in ijerea for several years, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Logsdon of tendent of Extension Work, will TUESDAY, Dec. If.: Messiah Concert. has returned and is now living on Brassficld were in Berea Sunday preach the annual Thanksgiving THURSDAY, Dec. 17: Fall term clos Center Street. Miss Mary Coylc visited relatives sermon in the college chapel at Miss DeLong of Hindman, Ky., es. in Richmond last week. 10::i0 Thursday morning. stopped in Berea on her way from To this WEDNESDAY, Dec. 31 r Winter Term Have you seen the new car load Kansas City to service all the churches of the town llindmnn. opens. of stoves at Welch's? (ad) aru invited. A prajso service will Mr. Douglass Roberts, who spent Juno Logsdon spent a few days in the summer here, is engaged in set follow I he sermon. Berea last week. MAKE MONEY SELLING OUR NEW tlement work in Chicago, and re Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Fowler are cently addressed HARRIS PIGG. BOOK "THE PATH TO seminary stu the visiting with Mr. Fowler's parents, dents of Chicago University Mr. Hiram Pigg, a well-knoPOWER." cit on his Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fowler, this work. izen and carpenter of Berea, and (By Rev. Chat. Spurgeon Knight.) Mrs. Robert Harris, a widow of Silweek. Dr. Dunn of Richmond was here It contains 2'l pages and 1(1 illus Judge T. J. Coylo is attending on Friday last assisting ver Creek, were married in RichDr. Eakins court at McKee this week. mond last Saturday. After the cer- - trations, and touches every phase in eye examinations. Ladies and Misses' coats and iy they returned to the bride's of life from the cradle to the grave. ei Miss Ethel Bowman left for her sweaters at HAYES & GOTT. homo where they will reside. We The. chapter 011 Sanitation and home at Lafolelte, Tenn., last Thurs Health, and the bulletins 011 canning Miss Nettie Trcadway va3 in Be day j wish them many years of usefulness morning. egc tables and raising corn alone rea Monday. Miss Artie Porter, former stpdent and happiness. wife in recognition of their Mr. John C. Collins, Chief of Po his aii) worth many limes the price of Mrs. J. Burdetle has been alllich- wedding anniversary. of Berea and who is now a student lice, made a business trip to Okla twenty-fift- h FOR SALE the book. Besides all this il coninond for a few days receiving medi- homa this week. All the members of the church and in Louisville, came to the bedside of A pressed brick bun- tains much valuable information on cal treatment from Dr. Sandlin. An cn- - her friend and former roommate, Link Lakes recently purchased congregation arc Invited. galow; four large rooms, pantry, the .subjects of Fanning, Fruit Mr. Tom Robinson, the drummer, the O. D. Henderson Livery Barn joyable lime is anticipated. Iliere- - Miss .May Minter. and eight fool hall on Ilrst floor, all Crowing, Heredity, Temperance, was in town for a few days last which is ception will bo held nl vesper hour, Appropriate Thanksgiving exer- lliiished in oak; Iwo rooms located near the depot. and llalut forming and Home making, wek. ' 18 111 caso 1,,tiro 10 7:H Mr. Edgar Doty was a visitor ir. ''"om cises will be held in the various de- closets on second lloor; liH.i.TS base and closes with two strong sermons Wo arc in the stovo business to service in the chapel thai night; if partment dining rooms in conuec- - ment. Best bouse on Chestnut St. and a most interesting supplement. stay Welch's and "Save the Dif- Berea last week. ,i:.... u ii... iv. ....t. is no service tho reception Mrs. Mont Hanson, of Middle- - there Bargain. See owner, W. H. Duncan, The book sells itself. Price 3.rc. V "', ference." (ad) town. O., is visiting which will bo served at the usual i her sons who K'" 1,0 al sevun 'clock- j; YVyfl(i Special Christmas prices to Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Taylor of RichI are in school. Estille Hanson, tho time (.," agents, mond visited their daughter, Mrs. oldest BEREAS GREAT MUSICAL EVENT son. who who recently un- Mr. Honicr Martin, a student in 20 books, &I.00 Myra Norris, Sunday and Monday. Messiah Concert December 16th. derweut an operation for appendi- is Berea during the years 18U7-0- 0, III books, $1.00. v, Mr. Perry James, who has been ton litis, is recovering very rapidly and The music lovers in Berea and in -of the new Lincoln ft hooks, .IK). 7 LEARN living on Richmond Street, moved will soon be at his work again. the country about show their ap- - High School of Los Angeles, Calif. , .W). 2 hooks. back to his farm the first of this Mr. Scott It. Scale has opened a precialion of tho annual rendering When completed this school will be week. at home wltlt.ebytmtHom Sent by mail at our expense. restaurant in one of the rooms of of Handel's Messiah by filling the Olio Of the most tlioroly Cipiippcd OurCooruof Sli Lnom (Address I). V. Morton, Secy. Be Get that habit of going to Welch's the Cornelius Block, and under the college chapel to its utmost capac- - institutions in the United States. XTHnu,?nTh,.pn"Vdiro": rea College, and send money order for all your wants. (ad) illlcient management of his wife, ity. and will present a strong course or stamps.) Miss Pauline Jones, who has been (ad) the public may bo assured of splen- - Tho date for this concert comes both in the classical and technical "om-- l college. Kansas city, mo in the hospital with appendicitis, did service. usual this year, as it is departments. earlier than was ablo to Icavo Monday for her A bazaar was held on Tuesday to bo on tho 16th of December. Pro- homo at Brassfjeld, Ky. am! Wednesday of this week by tho fessor Righy has been working with Famous Violinist Gives Reoital. Mrs. G. E. Porter and children loft Order of tho Eastern Star. Tho his usual zeal and fidelity to givo Mr. Jules Falk gave a recital in Tuesday afternoon for an extended proceeds to be given to visit with her parents in Monti-cell- for Berea are Thanksgiving. charily to the public tho best production - the chapel Monday night. Tim on possihlo of this great musical mast- house wais nearly full. la. Even at a High Price; but we are Selling Judgo Holliday has Just returned erpieco. It is very unusual that a Mr. Falk is a highly accomplish No matter what you want you can from n business trip to Hazard, Ky., town the sizo of Berea has tho priv- - ed violinist and all lovers of muslo GOOD SHOES AT A LOW PRICE get it at Welch's. (ad) and reports great activity thruout liege of having a musical event of were delighted with his masterly Mr. D. Abncy of Clover Bottom, that region. this character in its midst; but tho execution of many famous classics. was operated on for appendicitis at Thaddeus McHaffy, well known music lovers value this opportuni His technique is wonderful and tho the hospital Saturday. and no doubt it will call largo focjllg wliicti ho throws into his LOST. Between Boono Tavern kiy many older students and citi- and top of hill beyond Barton zens, has been visiting in Berea for numbers from tho adjacent towns playing makes II reach tho hearts as well as from tho immediate vi- of all who hear. Springs, by way of Cowbell Hollow, tlio past few days. cinity. Be suro to note the dale, gold pieco with letters A. L. S. cut Tuesday morning ho played in NOTICE. Tuesday December 10. through. Size of 25 cent pieco. ReUnited Chapel. Dr. Cowley wishes to nnnounco Mrs. Charles Burdetle nccompan ward offered. Anna L. Smith, Berea. MILLINERY FOR THANKSGIVING. that ho has left his business affairs ied him and her splendid work ad Wo havo prepared somo particuin the hands of Mr. John Dean at ded much to tho enjoyment of tho the Berea Bank and Trust Co. Those larly attractive designs for Thanks- recital. giving millinery. It's tho tlmo of persons who wero not ablo to see Football Football the Doctor and settlo their accounts tho season when you will want to before ho left Berea, may call at the change your headwear and wo know In expectation of tho dual gamo Come and let us show you the values wo can supply you with something bank, settlo with Mr. Dean and reboth for tho season Thursday, decidedly diirerent and attractive. Jp we are offering Jk Jj ceive receipts from him. PromptYour visit will bo appreciated and Academy una Collego teams aro ness under tho circumstances will WALK-OVE- R. your inspection is cordially invited. working hard to secure the pen SHOES for Mm ho greatly appreciated, nant. Mrs. JENNIE B. FISH, KRIPPENDORF-DITTMANN R. II. Cowloy. (ad; for Women The Preps under tho ablo leader(ad) Bcroa, Ky. ship of Captain Hatch havo put up a BUSTER BROWN forChiMrwi the best Academy team over seen The sooner you investigate the advantages II is surely their 011 our gridiron. of wearing Our Shoes the better it will be right to win tho first football championship for their department, if A JW for you and us hard work and splendid discipline count for anything. Captain HolTman has been unceasing in his efforts to retrlovotho MAlfCSTREET, Near Bank Ilrst defeats of Iho collego team and "t?e Cash Store" the wholo department is doing all BERK A, KENTUCKY in tholr power to secure victory LOCAL PAGE Bible Story and Old Representative, ooo DR. BEST, DENTIST The Citizen Tells the News n, m You Should Take It Because It is Worth $2 for $1 STOVES Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, . blood-poisoni- Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, I ,. " al I QjVyS?Mj?AW Vil KYiMVlS'r.'tnfff W o, Good Shoes are Cheap l' 1 1 The Racket Store see CLARKSTON LPJ Hardware and Groceries V ja HAYES C& GOTT November 27, 1913. THE CITIZEN WHAT BEREA HAS TO BE THANKFUL FOR. Page Fhrt Ja lo speak for the real Ilerea, whoso best credentials are found in the re Upon the above subject I am asked cord of lis persecutions. LoVnnl Dodge. lo write nn article of prescribed length. If we were seeking subjects MADISON COUNTY worthy of gratitude, on llio part of Ladies' And Misses' Coats and Suits the people of Ilcrea, ns might bo Coyle. No amount of misrepresentation hy tl e done in ninny n town similarly sitNew stock just received from factory in this season's ver Coyle, Nov. 17. Mr. Alex I.anlcr peddlers of alum baking powders, no juguated, the task would ho comparafell last week and broke two of his newest styles, right at the time you need the goods. We are tively easy. As usually, viewed, our ribs but is nble to gling with chemicals, or pretended anafysis, be out ngain. offering them for less than wholesale prices. Call and see our blessings nro neither few nor Little Ossie Hroughlon has been or cooked-u- p certificates, or falsehoods of goods and compare prices with others of same quality. We have equable climate, visiting his grandparents, Mr. ami any kind, can change the fact that purnnirandheautirul landscape. Tho Mrs. Jim Powell, of this place, a fow Ladiss' and Misses' Coats, worth $17.50 for $12.50 soil responds generously In the la- days. $15.00 " $10.00' bor of the industrious nnd prudent. Mr. Algan Lake, who has been Tornadoes, earthquakes, Hoods, nnd sick with typhoid, is improving. $10.00 " $ 7.S0 destructive diseases arc almost unoffiMr. George Andrew Johnson was $ 8.50 " $ 5.00 known. Saloons and similar sources shot and killed 0. His remains to be of " all wool suits of temptation never existed here. were laid to rest in tho Vlneyfork Church privileges are excellent. A graveyard. Ho leaves a mother, in black, blue and gray " $12.50 " $ 8.00 great College affords educational free from of father, several brothers nnd sisters rarely excelled. All these and a host of friends lo mourn his We carry a complete line of Ladies' and Gents' furnishings blessings call upon us for gratitude, loss. at reasonable prices. not on n set day merely, but Miss Maud Cain, who is teaching Royal Baking Powder is indispensable throughout the entire year. They at Crooksville, visited homo folks for making finest and most economical food. are ours because a loving, heavenly from Friday until Monday. l ather has bestowed gifts upon each Mr. i.urK inarp uns mo veil 10 inc I one with lavish hand. MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. Solli Todd place and Mr. .Todd has Hut our question has reference lo moved lo his new home in Kingston Ilerea as a unit, and not to tho indiMiss Clara Lanier, who is in THE TEACHER AND THE TEMPER- STATE SALE OF CHRISTMAS vidual man as a unit. There arc school at Waco, visited her parents ANCE QUESTION. SEALS. Suda, were shopping in Richmond (Continued from Page One.) lied Cross Christmas seals which oilier units than man. There arc from Saturday until Tuesday- rWimlssinns of Chicago, New York, am issued annually by the American corporations, societies, states and Mrs. Jim Powell nnd son mado a Monday. Minneapolis, Atlanta, Philadelphia lied Cross Society, and nro for sale nations. What are the peculiarities business trip to Richmond Wednes AN APOSTROPHE Slate Lick. ami other cities nil lull thy same during December, to provide funds pertaining to (his particular place day. TO THE TURKEY. Mrs. Charles Slato Lick, Nov. story. Thousands of girls aro ruin-o- il for the Mrs. Fannio McIIoney of Lcxing crusade, called Ilerea, nnd which demand every year in drinking gardens will he sold throughout Kentucky Ihnnkfiilness? Organic or corporato ton spent Wednesday night with her McCord, of Paris, Ky., is visiting her Mrs. Jerry A. Todd, mother, Mrs. E. N. McCormick. under the management of saloons this year. Mr. Hay C. flisley, of units have their individuality no less mother-in-laYet the Noble Bird It Net Ee- Mr. Thomas F. Rico of Silvor whoso proprietors prepare and fur- rrnnkforl, is the (luncrnl Manager than do isolated individuals. A of Coyle. aentlal to Thanksgiving. man's character is the product of the Mr. Green Durham and Mr. Georgo Creek was a Slato Lick visitor from nish drinking booths and private for the Stale sale. joint action of his different faculties. Young, both of Kingston, passed Saturday night till Monday. In communities where there are rooms and in other ways plan Mr. Norman Snyder, of Lawrenco- for these unspeakable active societies, In like maimer the character of a through hero buying turkeys. roasted good and brown, things to happen. They know the supporting nurses or doing educn collective unit like n town, is tho reThe Misses Lilio and Candas Pow burg, Ky., was the guest of his cou TURKEY with chestnuts and of the various forces reprepassions of men under the influenci-o- lionnl work, the local sale is man- sultant ell were the guests of their uncle, sin, Miss Maud Snyder, Sunday. with luscious cranMrs. Ida Parks returned homo strong drink and they know the aged hy that society, which will re- sented hy its individual citizens. Mr. John Powell, near Panola, Saturberry sauce; turkey that really Saturday from 'a visit with her la turkey and needs neither a sign nor weakness of young girls when under ceive 85 per cent of the proceeds. Here it is proper.to say that tho real day night and Sunday. a telescope to proclaim Its Identity: Miss Mollio Fortune, who has been father. its influence, so they arrange every After the expenses of the sale have entity of which wo speak is not made up of persons just now resid- slaying near Collegehill, returned Mr. Sherman Azbill of Locust real Thanksgiving turkey, that when convenience for men who are InHtcen paid, any halancc remainin Branch, also stopped over in Rich properly masticated and swallowed redined to do so to purchase drinks will he held in trust hy tho Ken ing within our corporate limits. Our home Saturday. mond with Mrs. J. S. Rutherford, for duces the eater to a condition of abso-lut- o and treat young girls at the price of tucky Tuberculosis Commission, and Herea would be the same if tho corcontentment that enables him to spent by them in whatever way porate limits were lo be extended, a few days. their maiden purity. Creek. Silver Its Mr. Elmer Thacker, of Pans, visit greet the man with the gas bill with a And there are other terrible things promises to yield the best results. contracted, or even abolished. Mrs. Noel Mitchell is visiting her ed his aunt, Mrs. W. D. Parks ono pleasant smile without straining his that happen in these same beer gar- Such funds may be used to establish soul is a thought, a policy, a princi- sister-in-laMrs. May Mitchell. conscience! ple. Regarding men and women as day last week. dens. There nro frequently found open air schools, pay tho salary of Mrs. Mary F. Brookshire, of Berea, That Is the sort of bird that should On Thursday of last week tho grace every young men who seem a visiting nurse for n county, or the memliers of its body, some mav and Mrs. Sarah Daughlcry, table In the land this of Win- southbound passenger train set flr9 now have domicile in distant places, to he polished and upright gentle- distribute to consumptives instrucday. Of course It or even have been long since trans- chester, visited their'sisler, Mrs. G. to Mr. Joe Williams' hay stacks and Thanksgiving in every family, for will men whose business is to gel ac- tions in regard to homo care for the turnot be found K. Anderson, Saturday and Sunday. planted to another world. And, on destroyed two of them. We wero keys arc expensive and times nre bard, quainted with weak girls and induce disease. Quite a number of tho pcoylo from sorry to see them burn as feed will but In these holiday times of good Tho sail- - in Kentucky was small the contrary, some occupying houses them to leavo their homes and go around here attended Mrs. E. H. cheer It is a poor sort of person who be scarce this winter. into houses of where last year. This year the Commis- here may be no part of the true Be- Brookshire's sale. cannot stretch his Imagination far sion hopes to dispose of 1,500,000 rea, hut only excrescences upon its every kind of sin known to tho huMiss Mable and Ray Johnson spent enough to put a pair of wings on a surface. ORGAN RECITAL. man race is practised. This kind of seals. Juicy beefsteak. If turkeys are beyond One's reasons for thankfulness are Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Mary business is going on at this moment organ recital played by the limits of the purse try something A flno THE0L00T AND measured not so much hy what one Kindred. in many cities, and while I am SOCIOLOGY Mrs. Tom Daniels from Richmond Bert E. Williams marked tho open- else, be It a two ribbed roast or it has as hy what ho is. What ono has speaking to you young girls are be- Hooklels by Rev. Geo. Candec, 803 ing of tho splendid new organ in more modest lot of chops. Just beis ephemeral; what ho is may bo spent Sunday with her uncle, Jim ing led into lives of sliaino from Oakwood Ave., Toledo, O. r Christian Church, Richmond, last cause a fellow can't hare a turkey is eternal. And what one is, that is Gabhard. no reason why he should bo cross and which they will never reform until Baptizo Els. and rich and enduring, is largely deter Mr. Hiram Pigg nnd Miss Nancy Friday night. Tho church was pack ugly, for If he Just brings himself to they arc brought away in their cof-- II ed to the doors. yet an immersionist mined hy what one has suffered. It Harris were quietly married in Rich believe It a roast or a couple of chops ns. Mr. Williams is organist at St. are editor says of it: "A discussion of has been suggestively said: "Tlu mond Saturday morning. The wedJust as good as a tarkey any day. Now do you think that tho baptism from n sectarian point of ding came as a great surprise to John Lutheran Church, Columbus, Try to be happy on Thanksgiving day, spent for drinks really covers view besido this booklet would bo n blood of the martyrs was tho seed of many. Ohio, where the congregation numeven If the absence of turkey brings We wish them a long an1 the actual cost of the tralllc to tho mock orango compared with one of the church." This meant not simply happy life. bers 2,000. Ho was assisted by Miss on Incipient spasms. that the early persecutions resulted Why and how tho turkey first bepeople of this nation? If you do you Porto Rico's sweetest nnd best." 15 Mr. Will Kindred spent Saturday Marian Noland contralto of Richu the wide territorial spread of the might as well stop reading here for cents. mond, and Mr. Frank W. Charlton, came linked with tho religious holiday witli his sister, Mrs. Ben Davis. gospel but also that the experience do not appear unless tho good folks the rest or my discussion is as start- Blb!e and Reason Versus ReselThe Misses Ira and Maggie Ander- Macon, Ga. The organ was built by of old thought It but right and proper ling as anything I have said already, j isnii paslor iuissoU's error rofutod. of believers were thus made deeper son the Hook and Hastings Organ Co. of to feast tho stomach and the mind toand their cousin, Willie AnderYou cannot count the cost in terms , Correct Hilda teaching of tho com-- and richer. Thus has Christianity Boston and is one of tho finest in gether nnd selected the turkey bebecome the vehicle for carrying or son, attended meeting at Macedonia j dollar and cents. the state. ings of Christ, of Uio Resurrection cause of Its many epicurean virtues at society, love into homes. Sunday. der into (Continued next week.) Among the numbers played, The the stomach's best friend. It Is enough ,ntu lll0 Judgment. 10 cents. Mrs. Jim Gabbard died at her homo peace and joy into human hearts. Grand Fantasia "Tho Storm" by to know that the festival day and tho God, the Father, Son and Holy The deep signillcnnco of that llrsl last Sunday morning at half past proud bird nre associated for all Uino ENTERTAINMENT. Spirit. Tho Trinity, threo different I'hnnk-igivinRev. Hudson preached the Lemniens and the Russian Patrol by to come. eight. day, as instituted by Tho west end Sunday school will conceptions of God not throo Gods. the pilgrim fathers, was born of the funeral sermon Monday evening at Rubenstein wero most appreciated. Tho overture of William Tell not give an entertainment next Satur- 5 cents. terrible sufferings previously exper- two o'clock in tho Silver Creek only proved the power of tho organ showed the efilciency ot Miss Yancy The Church and Socialism. The ienced, half their day night at the church house. An graveyard where tho remains wore number having as one tho educational leaders or the hut tho technique of tho organist. Fellowship succumbed to Socialist admission fee of ten cents will he Christian the rigors of tho llrsl laid to resl. Tho bereaved family Mr. II. E. Taylor will give the next South. Christ's way lo euro sooial evils and winter. charged, tho money to be used for Without that they would have our deepest sympathy. a Christmas tree, Good music ami bring in tho Kingdom. 2 cents., 20 have had a less appreciation of their Mrs. Bob Harris and children recital. Just before tho recital Mr. and cents a dozen. All four booklets, 25 llrsl harvest. a lively time. All are cordially spent Saturday with her mother ami Mined a Chance. Their Mrs. R. E. Turley entertained most cents. All postpaid. "But. Tommy," said his mother, "you so vitalized that early father, Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Davis. hardships delightfully to dinner tho organist, Mr. C. T. Todd sold a nico drove asked for two cakes and I gavo them Thanksgiving that the observance of Mr. Williams, Mr. Charlton, Mrs. the day has outlived tho changes of of cattle to Mr. Jarvas Carrier Sat- Shirtz of Indianapolis, Mrs. Dr. to you. Aren't you satlsfled?" "No. I nin't." growled Tommy. "You three centuries and it has becoiuo an urday. The Misses Gracie and Nannie Scott of Tennessee, Rev. and Mrs. A was so easy I'm klckln' nieself now American institution. Tho sacrific A. Barnes of Richmond and Mr. and 'cause I didn't nsU fur four." es of our Revolutionary fathers, tho Johnson spent Saturday in Berea. Next Saturday nnd Sunday aro reg- Mrs. H. E. Taylor of Berea. libations of blood offered from 1801 to I860, and tho nnswering heart ular meeting days at Silver Creek. CITIZEN REPRINTS. OF NINTH DISTRICT MEETING throes of millions at homo havo giv Hope all will bo present. Interesting' and valuable leaflets and TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. en n special richness to tho bless booklets are kept in stock and will be ings of American society today. Thus Kingston. Tho meeting or tho Ninth District mailed to any address for tho following; may our laud send up a loud ac Kingston, Nov. 21. Miss Nellio Teacher's Association at Maysville, prices plus 1 cent tor postage. claim of thanksgiving for the cru I.awson, who has bad a position in the 21st and 22nd of this month was Intensive Farming- hy I'rof. F. 0. Clark cents. cihlo of suffering through which it tho Sanitarium at Battlo Creek in sonio respects tho most rcmarka-bl- o Cod's Work In nural Districts, by Dr. Wilhas passed. Midi., for tho past fifteen months meeting of its kind ever held in son. S cents. Our Keren, named from tho is visiting her parents, Mr. and Kentucky. Mason county in many Political ideals, by George W. Cable, cents. city where they "received tho Mrs. John I.awson at this place. ways is tho most progressiva of Health Hints, by Dr. n. II. Cowley, t cent. word with all readiness of mind nnd .Mr. Rolens Tutor is very sick at Kenluoky counties in educational Discoveries In Education, by Pres. Frost, 9 searched tho Scriptures daily, this writing. work, and tho meeting at tho county cents. whether these things were so," has a Miss Suda Powell spent a very seat was a demonstration of tho The l'earl or Great rrlce, by Pres. Frost, 9 cents. similar heritage Glance al tho list of pleasant day Sunday with tho Miss- efficiency of Mason county methods. of Youth, by Pres. Frost, i character-makin- g sacritlees: tho he- es Mabel l'lanery nnd Lois Buy at About 000 teachers attended tho Treasures Hammer Sermon, No. 1, by cents. Nail and Pres. roic fortitude of John G. Feo, disin- tho model homo in Berea. sessiomnnd looked over tho exhibFrost, 8 cents. herited by n slaveliohllng father; his .Vail and Hammer Sermon, No. , by. Pres. Mr. Sidney Hanson and John its. Miss Lida Gardner, of Carlisle repeated mobbings for declaring tho Webb, who aro in school at Boroa President of tho association, was reFrost, i cents. gospel of Impartial lovo; tho unlaw- spent Saturday and Sunday with tho sponsible for much of tho success or Nail and Hammer Sermon, No. s, by Pres. cents. ful banishment of llio early Ucreans hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs Wes- tho meeting, but tho genius that The Frost, t Man and College Life, by Sen Young- from their homes; tho social ostra- ley Webb of this place. ator Albert J. ueverldge, t cents. made tho great meeting and parado cism or Rogers, Fairchlld and thoir Mr. and Mrs. Jessio Lunsford of and exhibit possible was Miss Jessio A Woman in the Making, by Miss Dowersot, ' cents. whoso suhlimo faith Nicholnsville, and Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Yancey, Supt. of Mason County The Ladder of success, by Pre. Frost, 8 and fidelity to principle united to J. Sloan of McKce nro spending a schools. cents. give tho town n distinctive charac- few days with Win. Morris and On Saturday after tho sessions "Why Will Ye Diet" by Pres. Frost, cents. Suicide, by Pres. Frott, t cent. ter. And then cnntcmplato tho ar- family. wero over some 12,000 pcoplo gathray of present blessings, resulting Mr. and Mrs. May Lain were tho ered on tho streets to viow tho pa- Effective Speeches, by Pres. Frost, t cents. BetNeighborhood History tn nural School, by from tho moral courage of a former guests or tho Intler's uncle, Mr. F. rado of sovcral thousand school rror. cuas. u. Lewis, 1 cents. generation; tho patriot- J. Coylo of Berea part of last week. children from tho county aud city How to get the Money, by Secretary D. W. mmQ Morion, t cent. ism of tho present college authoriDr. F. J. Eakins of Berea spent a schools. Growing Good Americans, by nev. Chas. 8. ties, forbidden by law tho privi- few days in this vicinity tho first Tho parado led by tho Mayor and Knight, i cents. lege of educating tho humblest race, of the week. hoard of education of Maysvillo and Sanitation and Health, by nev. Ctias. S. but still opening tho doers widest Knight, 4 cents. Miss Ora Flanory and Mr. W. F. hy other leading citizens or tho to thoso others having most limited Eager spent Sunday ut tho homo of county, marched thru tho streets Our National Crime, by nev. Chas. S. Knight, 4 cents. advantages; tho broad spirit of re Lewis Brandenburg. accompanied by several bands, num- Wages or Gift, by nev. Chas. S. Knight, ligious toleration; tho liberality of Leo Peters, who has been erous automobiles, floats and carMr. 4 cents. viow which makes divergenco of Everyday Christianity, by nev. Chas. 9. spending tho past six mouths in riages. ' Knight, 4 cents. belief no bar lo neighborly Dayton, 0 has returned home. Tho exhibits or tho county schools The Fetters ot Habit, by nev. Chas. 9. lovo. tor all these things, remem Mr. Joo Bales purchased a lino lot was superior lo anything or tho kind Knight, 4 cents. bering 'hat tho Savior himself "was of cattle from Mr. James Parks for at tho National Conservation Con Tho Ideal Community, by nev. Chas. S. made perfect through suffering." wo $755 pop hundred nad left Thurs gress at Knoxvillo. Knight, 4 cents. The ought to bo 'Host in wonder, lovo day fop New York, whoro ho has Tho entire meeting was an evi knight seven pamphlets by nev. Chas. 8. mentioned above may be secured and pralso." If wo cannot enter them engaged. dence or tho progress that Kontucky bound In one volume by sending two ten into this spirit, wo havo no right Mrs. F.llon Powell nnd daughter, is making in educational work and cent pieces to The Cltltea. The Fact Remains GREAT BARGAINS Insig-nlllea- nt. Royal Baking Powder alum, and absolute purity and wholesomeuess. has been found by the cial examinations the highest leavening efficiency, J. B. .... RICHARDSON w, f w, good-looki- an on $2,000-000,0- 00 of soul-testi- ng Building Lots Houses and Lots Store Buildings an-rie- nt In fact anything you want in the way of Real Estate We have some special bar- gains for December. ter see us d far-seei- ng Bicknell & Harris Berea, Kentucky al Page Six. THE CITIZEN. November 37, 1913 thought I'd stop In a minute. Got somethln' to tell you. Whit." "All right Overboard with HI It won't keep long this hot weather." "Didn't I Halley smiled knowingly hear the up train whlstlo as I was comln' nlong?" he nsked. "Seems to me I did. Vest Well. If I nln't mistaken somebody's comln' on that train. somelsHly for you, Cy Whlttaker." "SomelHsly for me?" "Um-hu- m! I can gen'rnlly be depended on, I cal'late. and when you says to me, 'Halley, you get me a housekeeper,' I didn't lose much time. I got her." Mr. Tlddltt gasped. "Got her?" he repeated. "Got who? Got what? Ilalley Hangs, what In the world have" "Helay, Ase." ordered Captain Cy. "Halley, what nre you glvln" us?" "Glvln' you n housekeeper and a good one, too, I shouldn't wonder She muy not be, one of them flO.txX) with a scornprize museum ful "Ink at Asaph, "but if what 1 bear's true she am keep house. Anyhow she's kept one for forty odd year, tier name's Deborah Hensley, she's widow over to Past Truinet. and If I dou't miss my guess she's In the depot wugoti now headed In this direction." 'That's tier on the aft thwurt. I Judge. She nln't what you'd cull a spring pullet. Is she!" t She certnlnly wus not The of the depot wagon's rear seat was n thin, not to sny scraggy, frmule. wearing u black, beflowered bonnet and n bluck gown A black knit shawl was draped ntsiut her shoulders, and she wore upcetiielcs. "Whoa!" (ommunded ilr. I.umley, piloting the depot wagon to the side door of the Whlttaker house. Dnn'l Webster came to anchor Immediately, Gnbv turned and mldrenscd tils pus- occu-jwin- Bayport. tain behind the Hangs barn nnd spoke lint he rallied bravely. "Well, well!" he cried "Cyrus, I with conviction am delighted to welcome you back "Whit." he said, "you're the one re among us. I should scarcely have sponsible for the committee's hlrln' known you. You nre older yes. much Phoebe Dawes You offered the older." pnlntln' Job If he'd vote for her 'What "Well, forty year, more or less, add' did you do It for? You don't know ed to what you started with. Is apt to her, do you?" make a feller some older" "Never set eyes on her In my life. By JOSEPH C. LINCOLN. "Mr. Atkins." the town clerk said, "Then-th- en you heard Ileman say there's been conslder'ble talk In town he wanted the other one. What made about who's to be teacher downstairs you do It?" Copyright. 1 90S. by D. Appleton & Co. this comln' year We've sort of chawed Captain Cy grinned It over among us, but naturally we "Ase." be said. "I've nlways been plush parlor sets- -a la Sylvnntis Cn What do you great band for tryln' cicrlmciits. wanted your opinion boon or with onyx tables and blue think? Pin kind of leauln' toward the Und one of my cooks aboard put nils and gold chairs like those ndoralug the Dawes woman myself" Ins In the flapjacks once Just to see Atkins mansion. It was to U as nea The congressman cleared his throat what they tasted like I Judged lie- as possible a reproduction of what It "Far be It from me." he said, "to man had had his own way In this had been In the time of the late speak except ns a mere member of town for thirty odd year I kind of "Cap'n Cy." young Cy's father. little community, an ordinary wanted to what would happen If I our he's out "I Side splitting humor and tear claredthink I'hlnney of his head." de member, but as such s member, with he didn't hove It." In confidence to Miss compclline pathos struggle for each of the nine females whom she fn the welfare of my birthplace very near nnd dear to me. I confess that I fuprcmacy in this delightful ro vored with her calls "not crazy, yon CIlAITP.lt IV. am Inclined to favor n modern teacher. mancc of Capo Cod, written by understand, but sort of touched In the II P.N Coptoln Cy bad notified one educated and trained In the I tint I I says so to Matlldy upper story Mrs Hangs that tho perfect a son of Cape Cod's own sandy Tripp-satutlon provided for the purKse by our out iMiurdliig bouse would shelter toil. Read of the old sea cap I says,ld 'he s It rightscrew too. 'Mutlldy.' great commonwealth. The Dawes er got n loose up aloft tit tn no longer than the coming who has returned to spend Just as sure as you're a born woman!' anything?" tain person Is undoubtedly worthy and week n new problem arose. It's abreast of the bay. that's about capable In her way. but well er we the remainder of his days among 'What makes you think so?" says she earnestly, Asaph "Whit." said know that Wellmouth Is not Uayport" "you've sarlln made the place rise up 'Well,' says 1, 'do you s'pose nnytiody all will gle In," replied Mr. Tlddltt his boyhood friends ; read of Hut the way look nt It we need Asaph said "that's so, out of Its tomb; you bare so. It s a "That's so." the quaint little waif who came that wnn't foolish would be for spend discipline morc'n anything I else, nnd money io him unbidden and of the place in' good older?' I on an old house to Phoebe Dnwcs has had the best disci' ain't It. Cy?so?" hadn't thought of that." miracle, pretty utgh. and t cal'late It says. Goln' to tear make It asked the captain "What's must have cot n heap, but you've done she won in his heart; read of the down the piazza the fust thing! Per pllne In her school that's been known "Why-w- hy, that Wellmouth ain't It nil but the old folks themselves. In these latitudes. Order? Why. say!" pretty schoolteacher, the sancti- fectly good piazza that cost fOS.00 to Bayport" You enn't raise them up. Cy: money it seems to me," put In Thaddeus build; I know, because I see the bill "No doubt of it They're twenty won't do that And you can't live In monious congressman, the grown-uwhen the Howeses had It done. And Simpson, who ran the barbershop and miles apart " boys Asaph Tidditt and Bai this great house all alone. Who's goln' was something of a polItlclan-"- lt "Yes. Well. I'm c', rt hear you put to cook for jou and sweep und dust ley Bangs ; read of Kcturah and he's goln' to set out box hedges, some seems to me. fellers, that we'd better this nnd swab deck and one thing a noth Cap'n Josiah Dimick and Lcm thin' that ain't been the style In pull wait and hear what Mr. Atkins has to town sence Congressman Atkins rr? You'll have to bate u housekeepsay In this matter. 1 guess that's what and all the other quaint ed up his. 'What In the wide world er, ns I told .mhi a sicll ago. Have you 'II do anyhow. Wo f"!k of Bayport and you will Cap'n vthtttakerv says I to him. 'do the committee to go contrary to H- done any Ihlnkln' nlxiut that?" wouldn't want you want of box hedges? nomely man, none of us. hey?" And the captain, taking his pipe find entertainment and stiff nnd funeral lookln'! I might from his llrs. stared blankly at bis There was only one Charles Tad Simpson was known to be deep have 'era around my grave In the friend and answered: Dickens, but in character de In ground.' I says, 'but nowhervs bury- In Congressman Atkins' confidence. else. "Hy the big dipper. Ase. I nln't! 1 Joseph C Lincoln has AH right. Angle.' says he. 'you shall The mention of the great man's name lineation remember we did mention It. but I've was received with reverence and nods a touch worthy of the master. have 'era there. I ll cut some slips pur of approval. been so busy gettin' this craft off the pose for you. It'll be a pleasure.' be ways that I forgot all about It" "That's right. We mustn't do noth cays. Now, ain't that crazy talk for a TeiJve"tnr'' he ordered sharply. nti The discussion which followed Mr. In' to displease Ilemau." was the gengrown man?" ftp lone wns that of one who has cl' TIddltt's reminder was long and serl-tueral opinion. Miss I'hlnney was not the only one en many orders ud expects them to be Asaph und Ilalley Hangs racked Captain Cy did not Join in the obeyed. "Helay! Whoa, there! Great In our village to question Coptnln Cy Chorus. He refilled his pipe and cross, their tirulns and offered numerous sugland of love, look at that! Look at Whlttaker's sanity during the next ed his lego. gestions, but the majority of these few months The majority of our peo It! Whodld that?" Were not favorably receive!. "Humph!" he grunted, "ncman At pie did n t understand him at nil. He kins seems to be The mate to the big red band pointThere's Matlldy Tripp." said Halley Give me a match. was generally liked, for. although he Ase. won't you? Thnuks. ed to the front door of the Whlttafcer 1 "She'd like the Job. I'm sartln. She's undermoney, he did not put on airs, hut stand there's n special prayer mevtln' bad place, Gabe was alarmed. i widow, too, and she's hail expert-rncDone which''" he be bad his own way of doing things, at the church tomorrow night. Al"Done what? kccpln' house alone of Tobias, gasped. "What you talkln' about? and they were not Hay port ways. pheus. What's It for?" him that nun her husband Hut. If True to his promise, be had a squad There ain't nobody lives In there. "For?" Mr. Smalley seemed sur you do hire her. don't let Ketury know of carpenters busy, on the day fol prised, "It's to pray for rnln. that's house has been empty for" I That blnlisl nl It. 'cause we'rw goln' to n. w' r I I "Where's the front fence?" demand- lowing his arrival, tearing down the what. You know It. cap'n. as well's lose one hoarder when you quit, and ed the excited passenger. "What's be- loathed piazza. These carpenters and I do. Aln'tNeverytKMly's garden dryln' that's too many 'conlln to the old come of the hedge? And who put up more were kept busy throughout that np and the ponds so low that we shan't "fatteb'n too cskd to ns. ain't tod?" lady's way of thlnkln' " that that darned piazza?" "You can keep Mnilldy for sll me." tntlrc spring nnd well Into the summer. be able to get water for tho cranberry The piazza had been where It now Then came painters nnd gardeners. ditches pretty soon? There's need to It so conclusive. Mr. Atkins. I can replied the cnptnln decidedly. "Oome-outwas almost since Mr. I.umley could The piazza disappeared; a new picket pray. 1 should thluk!" see now that Phoebe wouldn't da religion's all right fur those that He hastened to reply that fence, exactly like the old one torn remember. Humph! Seems n roundabout way Hum! Yes." bare that kind of npetlle. but bavin' be didn't know; he wasn't sure; he down by the Howeses, was erected; of gettin' a thing, Mr. Atkins buttoned tho frock coat It passed to me threv times a day, don't It? Why don't presumed likely 'twas "them New new shutters were bung; new window-pane- s you telegraph to Ileman and ask him anJ turned to go same as I've had It at your house. Is Ilampstilre Howeses" when they ran were set; the roof was newly to flx It for you? Save time." "Good day. gentlemen." he sald. enough: I don't hunker to huve It a summer boarding house. shingled. Captain Cy senior had In This remark was received in horri "Cyrus. permit me once more to wel warmed over between menls. If I ship The stranger drew a long breath. bis day cherished n New England fondfied sllenco Tad Simpson was the come you heartily to our village. We cd Matlldy nlmiinl here she and the "Well, of all the" he liepan. Then ness for white and green paint; theremy daughter nnd myself will probtier. Daniels would stand over me. he choked, hesitated and ordered his fore the new fence was white and tbo first to recover. Cap'n." he said, "you ain't met Mr. ably remain at home until the fall. I watch and watcti, till I was convert driver to heave ahead and run along- - house was white and the blinds a bril. Atkins yet. When you do you'll feel trust you will be a frequent caller. ed or crazy, one or the other." Ilant green. Hows of box hedge, the same as the rest of us. He's comln" Itun In on us nt any time. Pray do "Well, there's Angle She" plants brought from Boston, were set home next week; then you'll see." not stand uon ceremony." "Angle!" sniffed Mr. Tlddltt "Stop out on each side of the front walk. The "No." said Captain Cy shortly, "I your Jokln'. Halley This Is a serious A part at least of Mr. Simpson's nowes' front door bell a clamorous prophecy proved true. Hon. Mr. At won't" matter" gong was removed, aud a glass knob kins did come to llayport "That's right; that's rlaht Good "1 wun't Jokln' the following Whnt- "attached to a spring bell of the old week, accompanied by Ills little daugh- morning." 'There. there, boys'" Interrupted the fashioned "Jingle" variety took Its ter, Alicia, the housekeeper He walked briskly down the hill. captain nnd the "Don't tight Halley didn't place. An old fashioned (lower garden Atkins servants. The honorable and The trio gazed nfter him. mean to Joke. Ase. He's full of what Captain Cy's mother had loved po- his daughter had been since tho ad "Well." sighed Mr Tlddltt, "that's the papers call 'unconscious humor' sies was laid out on the west lawn journment of congress on n pleasure settled. Ami It's a comfort to know I'll give In that Angle Is about as seriAJI beyond the pear trees. these 'tis settled Still. I did kind of want I changes the captain superintended. trip to the Yosemlte and Yellowstono Phoebe Dawes, but of course Ileman ous a matter ns can think of without park, nnd now they were to remain In set tin' down to rest Humph! So fur When they were complete he turned the mansion on the hill for some time. knows best." we haven't gained any knots to speak his attention to Interior decoration. "Course he knows best!" snapped The meeting between Captain Cy of. Any more candldutes on your And now Captain Cy proceeded to Halley. "Ain't he guu and Mr. A. kins took place the morn- this county pretty the biggest like In mind?" literally nstonlsli the natives. Among nigh? I'd to More possibilities were mentioned. the Howes "Improvements" were gilt ing after the hitter's return. The cap- know who Is If he nln't The commitwall papers and modem furniture for tain nnd bis two chums had been In- tee '11 call the normal school girl now, but none of them seemed to fill tho bill. The conference broke up without the lower floor of the house. Tbo fur- specting the progress made by the car and a good thing too." C.i pi a I n Cy was still gazing nt the nrrlvlng at n decision niture they had taken with them: tbo penters aud were leaning over the new fence, then Just erected, but not yet dignified form of tho "biggest gun In Monday morning after breakfast wall paper had perforce been left be Captain Cy's trunk was put aboard the hind. And the captain had every scrap pointed. Down the gravel walk of tho the county." "I.ct's see," he asked. "Who's on the depot wagon, mid Dnn'l Webster drew of that paper stripped from the walls mansion across the road came strolling Ebcn Baiters, of It to Its owner's home The farewells and the latter recovered with quaint, Its owner, silk batted, sldo whiskered, school committee? course, and" ugly, old fashioned patterns, stripes benlgnnnt nt the perfect boarding bouse were "Godfrey." exclaimed Asaph "there's "Yes. Khcn's chairman, and he'll and roses and flowered sprays with ImMrs. Tripp said that she had vote for Phoebe anyhow. He's that spoken to the llev. Mr Daniels and possible birds flitting nraong them. Ileman! See him. Whit?" "rrnt.LO. KETtmrl Torj'nR jcbt as oood Yup; see him. Seems to be head- - pigheaded that nobody, not even a he would be sure to cnll the very first The Ila.ssett decorators bad pasted the LOOKIN' AS EVKIt." United States representative, could thing Kelurah ulllrmcd that the cap In' this way." side the hotel as quick as the Almighty gilt Improvement over the old WhlttaHut ker paper, and It was the Whlttaker 11 do lelleve he's comln' across." change him. way, Darius Gills 'II bo tain's stay had been n real pleasure. would let him. Gabe hastened to obey and so'll Lemuel paper that the captain did bis best to whispered Mr Hangs. "Yes, he Is. for Uemau's You never find fnnlt. Cap'n Whlt Mrs. Hangs opened the door of the Myrlck." perfect boarding house and stood ma- match, sending samples here, there and He's real, everyday, Cy. He won't taker." she said "You're such a man "Lemuel Myrlck! Lcm Myrlck, the ly man. If you'll excuse my savin' so. jestically waiting to receive the pro- everywhere In the effort Then upon mind If you ain't dressed up." Mr. Tlddltt removed his hat Halley i painter?" 1 only spective guest. Over her shoulders the walls he hung old fashioned picwlh there was more like you." "Sartlu! There ain't but ono Myrlck with a hlgtilllcaut glance at her bus tures, such as llayport dwellers had touched his. Captain Cy looked peered the faces of the boarders. In town." Indifferent Ho even whis"Good afternoon," began the land- long ago relegated to their attics, picband. As for Miss I'hlnney, she might "Hum!" murmured the captain and lady "I presume likely you would tures like "Prom Shore to Shore," tled. have been saying goodby yet If the was silent for some minutes. "Christian Viewing the City Henutl-ful- " "Good moruln', Mr. Atkins." hailed like to- "The school committee met on the captain had not excused himself. and "Signing the Declaration." tho town clerk, raising his volco beKhe was Interrupted. The newcomer Asaph accompanied his friend to the On following evening. Wednesday turned toward her and extended his To these he added, bringing them from cause of the whistle. "I'm proud to Thursday morning n startling rumoi bouse on the hill. The trunk was un the crowded garret of the homestead, see you back among us. sir. Hope you spread through all band. . Phoebe loaded frou the wagon and carried nd Alicia bad n ulce time out west Dawes had been called by a vote of Into the bedroom on the first floor, the "Hello, Ketury!" he said. "I ain't oil paint lugs of ships commanded by How Is she pretty smart?" Been you sence you wore your hair his father and grandfather and family two to one to teach the downstairs room which had been Captain Cy's so up. but you're Just as good lookln' ns portraits executed which Is a peculAh. Asaph!" he said. "It Is you school. Asaph, aghast rushed out of long it go Gabe shrieked nt Dnn'l fitting word by deceased local then? I thought so. And Halley too ever. And nln't that Ilalley? Yes. iarly Simmons' (.tore und up to the bill to Webster, and Ihedcimt wagon crawled Is certainly delightful to see you the Cy Whlttaker place. 'tis, and Asaph too. How aro you, artists In oil aud crayon. He found away toward the upper road. both again, Yes, my daughter Is well. Coptnln Cy In tho front yard. Mr. boyi? Shake!" l "Got to the up train." grumbled thank you. She. like her father. Is Myrlck. school committeeman M Hangs and his chum, the town and the driver "not that anybody ever CnAITCIl III. glad to be back in the old home nest house palmer, was with him. cleik. hud emerged from the doorway Iin crowd at Simmons' general ftcr the round of hotel life and guy- - "Hello, Ase!" hnlled tho captain comes on It, but cal'late I'm s'posed Their mouths and eyes wore wide to be there, lie more talk than a litstore discuss politics as a genety which we have er recently un "What's the matter? Hasn't the tide tle If I wan't tilt dap. Dan'll You're open, and they seemed to bo suffering eral thing, state and national dergone. Yes." rome In this mnrnln'?" from a sort of paralysis. slower'n the moral law." itotltlcs In their seasons, but "Mr. Atkins." said Halley, glancing Asaph, somewhat embarrassed by "Well, what's the matter with you?" county politics and local affairs alSo yqu're goln' to do your own cook- nervously at Cuptaln Cy, who had the presence of Mr Myrlck. hesitated In' for u spell. Cy?" observed Asaph demanded tbo urrlval. "Ain't too ways. Tbo question In llayport thst stopped whistling and wus regarding over his news. Lemuel come to his a stuck up to shake bands after all these summer, aside from that half hour later "Well. I guess that's of the harbor the Atkins hut und whiskers with an rescue. years, aro you?" a good Idea till you can And tho rlgbl appropriation, was who should be Interested nlr, "I want to make you Halley ejaculated: "Well, I nln't been able to think "Ase has Just heard that we called housekeeper swan to hired us downstairs teacher. Our acquainted with your new neighbor. Phoebe," he said "What of It? I of .one that would suit you yet" man! -I b'llovo you're Cy Whit schoolbouso Is a two story building You used to know hi in when you was voted for her, and I ain't ashamed taker!" Nor I either. Nelther's Halley. with a schoolroom on each floor. Tbo er-boy, but-b- ut Alklus, this Is Judge, though for u while he was as lower room, where tho little tots begin Captain Cyrus Whlttaker. Cy. this of It." "Hut-biit-full of suggestions ns a pine grove Is Atkins, hc- "Miss Angellne I'hlnney made no less with their cat." and progress Is Congressman. Atkins. You'vo beard "W'ell, Ilenuin nln't on the commitof wood ticks, lie sturted to say some- than nine calls tluit nfternoon, lie until they have mastered tho Fourth us speak of blin." tee. Is he? I rote the way I think tlilu ubout It to me hut night, but Kefore bedtime It was known from the Header, Is called "dowustalrs." "UpThe great man started. no one In town can tury hovo lii sight and yunked him off last bouse In "Woodchuck lune" to the stairs" Is, of course, the second story, "Is It possible!" he exclaimed, "is It right, and Anyway." thisadded, "I'm to prayer meetln' " he Osh shuutles at West llayport thai where tho older children are taught. possible that this In really tuf old play change me.resign "Yes, 1 know. She cal'Iatcs to get Yes. goln' to next spring "young Cy" Whlttaker had como back To handle some of the "big boys" upmate Cyrus Whlttukcr?" that he had come back "fur good;' stairs Is u tusk for a healthy mail, und Yup," replied the captain calmly. Cup'n Whlttaker. I think three coats him1 Into heaven somehow" guess 'twoulUu't be heaven for her that he wus staying temporarily at the Mich a one usually fills the teacher's How are you, Ileman? Fatter'n you of white 'II do on the sides hero." "Leui's goln' to do my pulntlu' Jobs." unless he was around to pick ut There perfect bourdlng boute; that he was position there. Downstairs, being. In used to bo. ain't you? Washln'ton explained Captain Cy "Ills price was he comes now, Uow'd bu get out of "awful well off," having made lots ol theory at least, less strenuous, is pre- must ugree with you," money down In South America1, thai sided over by u womuu. a little higher ihiin some of the other wlpln' dishes?" Pulley aud Asaph were scandalized. Mr. Hangs strolled Into tbo yard. tie Intended to "tlx over" the Whit Mr Atkins himself seemed a trifle fellers, but I like his work " Miss Seabury, who had been down' "Hello!" he hulled. "I was on my Mr. Tlddltt pondered 'deeply until rtaker pluitt und that It was to be tlxetl stairs teacher for one lively term, hud taken abac, comments ou his oyer not In a modern manner, with resigned that spring In teurs aud hu sounl apjiearnuce were not usual In dinner time; then h cornered the cap-- way to Simmons' on an errand, und I miiii CY jr TOMER'S PLACE miliation. Her scholars had enjoyed themselves and would have liked her to continue, but the committee nnd the townH?ople thought otherwise. There was n general feeling that was not tbo whole aim of education. There was a difference of opinion concerning Miss Scnbury'n successor. A portion of the townspeople were for hiring a graduate of the state noriiml school, n young woman with modern training. Others, remembering that Miss Renbury had graduated from that school, were for proved ability nnd less up to date methods. These latter had selected n candldato In the person of n Miss Phoebe Dawes, n resident of Wcltmouth nnd teacher of the Well mouth "downstairs" for some years The arguments at Simmons' were hot ones. What's the use of hlrln' somchodv from right next door to us. ns you might say?" demanded Alpheus Sinai ley, clerk at the store. "Don't v wosit our teachln" to be abreast of the times, nnd Is Wellmouth abreast of 1 im nt w I 1 fl lynck - e 1 ' cr ing his voice. "See? "Oh. heavens to Hetsyl Ptn gettin' the croup from liowlln.' I say here wc-b- e! Get out!" He accompanied the final tiellnw with an expressive pantomime Indi cating that the (inssenger wns expect-rto alight. She seemed to understand, for she opened the door of the carriage and slowly descended. Mr Hangs ndvnnccd to meet her 'How d'ye do. Mrs. HeHsley?" be said. "Glad to see you all safe and sound." Mrs shook his band Mrr were coveted as far as the knuckles by black mitts. Ilow d'ye do. Cap'n Whlttakerr she said In a shrill voice. "You pretty smart?" Halley hastened to explain. "1 nln't Cap'n Whlttakerr' he roared. "I'm Halley Hangs, the one that wrote to you." senger "Here we be!" be shouted. "Hey?" observed the ludy In black. "Here we be!" related Gabe, rais "Hey 7" Mr I.umley nnd Asaph chuckled. Halley colonsl nrd tried again. "I nln't the cap'n!" he whooped.. Here he He led her over to her prospective employer and tupxd the latter on tho reP chest I 'How d'ye do. sir?" said the bonsc- "I don't know's 1 Just caught your name." In five minutes or so the situation wns made reasonably Mrs. clear Heasle.v then demanded her trunk und cr.rpclbag. The grinning I.umley bor krcer. 1 'i ain't tub CAi,'Nl"nBwnoor) UK "lima Hay-port- mi-e- 1 them Into the house; then he drove awuy. still grinning. Halley looked fearfully ut Captain Cy. "She Is kind of bard of hcsrtn. ain't she?" he said reluctantly. "You remember I'sald she wus." The captain nodded. "Yes." lie uiiMwered; "you're a truth tellln' chap. Hultey I'll say that for you ion don I exaggerate your state ments." "Hard of heart nT' snapped Mr. Tld dltt, "If the last trump uln't a steam whistle she'll miss Judgment day. I'll stop Into Simmons' on my way along and buy you u Untie of throat balsam. Cy 1 You're goln' to need I- 1 Mr. "c-a-- t, Mr. The captain needed more than throat balsam during the fortnight which followed The Widow lleasley's deafness was not her only fulling. In tuA. she was altogether u failure so fur as her housekeeping was concerned. She could cook after n fashion, but the fashion was so limited I hut even the bill of fare at the perfect boardiug bouse looked tempting tn retrosjiect "Ilaked beuns again. CyV exclaimed Asaph, dropping In one evening after It" supor. soon, Is It?" "Tain't Saturday ulght UK so Ito CONTINUED. November 27, 1913. THE CITIZEN Page Seven MATCHES A Corner for Women lUI.UA II The Children's Hour Around the World. In rl so tiny My sister I drew; And I've promised to draw her Tho wide world thru. Wo havo not yet started I own it with sorrow Hecatiso our trip's always Put off till tomorrow. Knlo Orccnway. go-ca- Young Folks NEAT TRICKS WITH 1. - Ark 8ucceis of Deception More Often Than Not Rests Entirely on Its ReadiJACK'S NOVEL POCKET PIECE ness and Simplicity. Had Carried 8nall Around In Pecktt Until Children Were 8nugty Set-tied SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door fit 111 11111111Mb for Bed-Tim- e Talk. When the children were snugly settled for the bcdtlrao talk Jack finned up a snail shell from the doptha of hla pockot, where he had been carrying It all day for thla occasion. "Tell us all about that," be said. "I often find them In tho garden, but there la "I DIDN'T THINKI" noror anything In them. I know that "I didn't think!" Tho boy was tho shells couldn't get there all nlono, standing in the sitting room, looking but why do wo never see the snallsT "flccauso tho mail Is usually tucked AVllh a very rueful face, nt the frag shell," mamsafely away Inside ments of valuable china nt his feel. ma answered, "and the knows too much He had been playing wild horses to come out when curious llttlo boys VERSE rOR THIS WEEK. there with his younger brother, al- are around. If you will so Into the though be knew it wns strictly for- garden some warm aunny day Just If Ihcro wcro dreams to sell, bidden. "What harm is thcro in after a shower, you wilt perhaps be What would you buy? it?" he had asked once, but wns able to find a snail dragglnR himself cost a passing bell; Somo very dissatisfied with Ids mother's and hli house along one of the walks. Somo a llglil sigh, reply that he might do somo dam- When the weather la dry or cold ther That eliakcs from Life's fresh age. And now, well, he didn't close tho door of their houae with a kind of membrane that they manufacorowu The success of a good trick more often than not resta entirely on Its readiness and simplicity of performance For the following all that la necessary Is a box of ordinary wooden watches. Arrange fifteen matches In tho four figures given below. Then ask a friend (preferably a bachelor) to tako away threo and leave an explicit explanation of what "matches" are Berea's Vocational Schools Training that adds to your money-earnin- g power, combined with general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commercial. FOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door I Berea's Foundation School - i Matches and Matches. made of. Those to be removed are lettered a, b and o. Placo twenty-fou- r matches Into a cubo of nine small squares. Renreve eight of the matches and leave only two squares. Experience will show that the solution of this trick Is far more difficult than the uninformed would at first Imagine. All that Is necessary Is to leave the four sides of the cube and the small middle square. Replace the matches Into the original cubes of nine squares, throwing General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we) can put you with others like yourself and give chance for moat rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course Only a roso leaf down. If there were dreams to sell, Merry and sad to tell. And tho crier rung tho bell, What would you buy? Thomas Bcddocs. tJfe In every life tlicro Is much that ulace. Sometimes it con sists of dusting nnd sweeping and tho homely tasks alioui 1110 noma with just outside tho door tho unsightly things over which wo havo liiiln control in bettering, but which taunt and vex us, seeming to hinder our development. wo urow rebellious and wonder why the accident of Chance, which gave to someone clso uio easy placo anil larger opportunity which wo would know so well how to employ to advantage, did not knock ntn nt nur door. It is idle to repine over what rimnr.n iliil not hrillK to US. Let US, rather, count Hie blessings that wo have, and then set out 10 gain oiners. Tho things that are worth having will come to us if wo honestly work fnr nnd dcucrvo them. Wo can every ono of us riso if wo will to do so. Obstacles rightly understood are but rounds in tho ladder of achieve- In nnmmoil Kiimi-iimos think about that china, and although he knew he was disobeying, ho didn't think thcro was any real harm in it. Once, many years ago, thcro was a man sitting under the court of tho High Priest's house in Jerusalem, warming his hands. Above him another Man was being tried for blasphemy. He could hear tho an gry voices of thoso who witnessed against Him, and the questions of the High Priest. That Man wns his Friend, hut when ho was asked if he didn't belong to Jesus, he said, "No." I I I Out of the hunger of our hearts and our llerro determination, let us rllmli Mm lit'iuhls. Let us hitch our wagon to a star of nri inniriiilude. nnd never for a moment lake our oyes off of either the wagon or tho slar. rim ihrill of victory will finally National Weekly. ho ours. Potato Pie. with mashed I.hm a linkinc-dis- li potato, either hot or cold. Have ready a hot Idling made of meat, either steak, roast beer, or chicken, (not has been chopped which through the grinder, as that makes it loo lino) ami made into a stew by adding Hour (for slight thickening), salt, pepper, and boiling water. Do hi) much liuuiil in the slew. Pour it into the potato-line- d envi'P with a aver of the masli ed potato, and bake it in a hot oven till brown. II Is good to nave n thickened gravy to servo with it, if possible. F. A. I. in C. K. World. 1 motif Rich Fruit Cake. llccipo: 3 cups flour. 2 cups sugar. up milk, up butter. K level teaspoonfuls of baking powder. Spices, 2 teaspoonfuls of cinnamon to ono of each of other desired 4 eggs. fruits. 1 pound raisins. 1 pound currants. V. nound citron. H pound candied orango peel (if desired.) pound nuts. Method. 81(1 flour beforo measuring, then measure lightly. Cream butter thoroly, then add sugar by The Right Road. degrees, add beaten eggs, and alterWhore's tho road to happiness, nately ndd milk and flour containWhcro's tho Joyous way? ing spices and linking powder. Add fruits (floured) last, and bako in Whcro's tho path to Arcady Ever blithe as May? slow oven in pans lined with greasHero l)o many roads to take, ed brown paper. Wisdom, thcro, ahoy! What's tho proper turn to mako Hesper. For tho road of Joy? Ilor eyes aro like tho evening air, "Tako whalovcr road is straight, Hor voice is like a rose, Carol as you go, Her lips aro liko a lovely song, Help a comrado bear bis pack That ripples as It flows. And sho herself is swector than If it bends him low, Tako your chances as they como, Tho sweetest thing sho knows. Famine days or fat. A slender, haunting, twilight form If Damo Fortuno treat you ill Of wonder and surprise, Dare lo lnugh at thai!" She 8oomod a fairy or a child, What's tho road lo Happiness? Till, deep within hor oyes, star How then shall wo mako It? I saw tho homeward-leadin- g " Tisa't Just the way you TAJOt, Of womankind arise. Henry Van Dyke in tho Atlantic Hut the WAY you tako ill Dorlon Draloy. am quite suro Peter didn't mean to do it. Ho loved Jesus too much for that, and you remember bow afterwards ho went out and wept bitterly. It was just that ho didn't th ink I The first lime it slipped out, and the second it came even easier than the first, and the third time, well, he had said il twice already. Hut wjien he began to think, how sorry be was; how much he would have given to have his chance over again! I remember my mother used to say to me, "II is no use being sorry afterwards," and il would do us all good to hear that in mind. If wo are sorry before wo do anything wrong or hurtful il won't gel done, but all our sorrow afterwards won't do much towards mending matters. If wo thought what we were doing, we should never say what was untrue, or do nil sorts of unkind things, and say all sorts of cruel things. Words can hurl as much as blows. treat, and It was a Sunday-schoall the children were excited, and looking very smart in clean, white frocks and bright sashes, and everything cls that you might have wished for. Hut there was just one little girl who hadn't a new dress. She was as clean as the best of them, and her hair was curled just as carefully, hut no one rould say that her dress was new. To one little girl, who was particularly small, she seemed to spoil the whole picture. At first she made the poor girl very uncomfortable by staring nl her, but at last she wont up to her and said, "If my mother couldn't have given me a new dress to come in, I'd have stayed at homo!" That was all, but it spoiled the day for tho little girl, whoso mother really couldn't afford it, and it wounded the mother, who had sal up late the night beforo mending and ironing the old frock ready for the treat, for, of course, the story went home. I don'l think tho smart little girl meant to be cruel, but sho didn't think! Sho didn't think thai the poor girl was already conscious of her old frock. Sho didn't think that whilo sho was tho only child of her mother, tho other mother had six little ones to look after and dress. Sho didn't think how her words would hurt. Hut, then, wo ought to think. God has given us brains to think with and He expects us to uso them. S. Dlomflcld in Ilritlsli Congregation-alls- !. I ol . first spring rains call them out In search of food. "The mail has almost as many teeth as the fly baa oyes, often having one or two hundred rows of them It known how to uio them too, and oTten does great mischief to gardens with them. Somo gardeners catch and destroy them by apreadlng cabbage leaves on the ground to attract them. "Tho body of the snail Is very soft, and It has four horns, two long ones and two short ones. You will nottce two tiny black spots at the end of the long horns. These are the eyes; and If you look very closely when the snail first puts out his horns, you will see these eyes move up until they reach the tips. "In some countries snails are con The ancient aldered good to eat. Romans kept them In an Inclosure made for that purpose, and fed them on meal and boiled wine until they were fattened and ready for the table. The most wonderful thing about tho snail Is Ua power to heal Its own Injuries. It la one of the most remarkable physicians on earth, but Its only patient Is Itself. Not only Is It able to heal wounds on any part of Its body, but even the head may be cut off, and another ono will grow." Sunday School Visitor. Its makes Its web or the silkworm cocoon. During the wlntor they And ahelter somewhere in a crevice, or make a hole 'In the ground, which they cover with dead leavea. Here they remain safe and warm until the ture themselves, Just as the spider For those who are not expecting to teach and who are not going thru College, but desire more general education. This is just tho thins; for those preparing for medical studies or other professions without a college course. 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 U teuck. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the) summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keepright on in their course of study. Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Cuba Puzzle. seven other matches on the table. Now challenge anyone present to take each of the seven matches separately and, commencing with any square (the middle ono excepted), count four succcsslvo squares, Including that of the start, dropping the match into an empty fourth. A Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea'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. square already containing a match must bo counted In tho course of . , its 2 S BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with money-makin- g institution. It requires certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students coma from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra affiliated schools, is not a charge 7 6 6 8quars Puzzle. a move, but It cannot be used as a starting point. Each match must allko commence, and find Its destination In an empty square. The middle square must not be counted at all, neither for tho start nor finish, nor In the course of a move. It will be found that there Is little difficulty In securing squares for five, or even six, matches; but the placing of the eutire seven Is by no means a slmplo matter. Tho The solution Is as follows: square from which the first move Is mado must receive the next match. If the start commenced at 1, for Instance, and tho match consequently found Its destination In 4, It must bo arranged that the next falls In 1. The counting of the second would there-for-o havo to begin at six. Similarly the third match Is mado to drop Into 6 by starting at 3, and so on until all seven havo been placed. BUSY LITTLE TREE PLANTERS PEN PUZZLE IS INTERESTING In Trick le to Place Anlmala Stalls Corresponding With Numbers as Shown In Illustration. you place each of tho animals In its proper pen without ever having two In Uio same pen? Tho number on tho animals In how few moves can Pen Puzzle. All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except m 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, et&, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is the) best, 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 aro really below cost The College asks no rent for the 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 CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and 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 fco and room rent by the term, board by tho half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLLEO should correspond to the numbers of By Burying Nuts of Chestnut, Hickory tho pens. and Walnut Squirrels Perform Tho animals aro rearranged Into Most Important Duty. their proper pons by moving them In the following order: 4. 3, 2, 4, 3, S, 1, Contrary to common belief, the gray 3. i, 3, S. 4, 2. 1, 4 and S. squirrels of the United States do not lay up their winter store of nuts In ORIGIN OF FLYING MACHINES mass, but bury each one separate and apart from the rest, and for this reaWhen Balloons Were First Invented son thoy are nature's most Important chestnut, hickory and walnut tree No Man Could Be Found Who Was planters, Harper's Weekly remarks. Witling to Make Ascension. The nuts are hidden In the ground, When the first flying machine or often at a considerable distance from balloon was Invented no man could be one another, and either by Instinct or found to venture to go up In It, so a remarkable memory the squirrels they placed a sheep, a cock and a duck will penetrate through several feel of snow when In want of food and selIn the basket and let them try It. Thla was In Paris on Juno C, 1783. dom, It ever, fall to find the hidden The balloon waa made by two young treasures. h They do not need or uso the men, sons of a paper maker, and was part of the provender they have filled with hot air. It went up to a height of nearly half a mile and thon hidden away In the ground, and what gradually sank back to earth, and the they do not consume germinates the animals were found contentedly re- next spring and In this way we get posing In the basket aa tf nothing had our uniform nut tree forests, which would otherwise grow In cluster under happened. This experiment waa thought so suc- the parent tree where the nuts have cessful that on November 21 the samo fallen. In their burying operations squirrels year a young naturalist named De Roller and an army officer, tho Marquis often cover a large area of ground, d'Arlandes, went up In a balloon and seeking the most favorable spot for stayed aloft about half an hour. Thla hiding their food; this accounts for made young De Roller so bold that trees springing up In the most diverse two years afterward ho tried to cross places. the English channel and waa drowned. Production and Consumption. Myrtle, who Is studying physical Was Baby Needed? Elmer, though only a little boy, was geopraphy, like to flaunt her superior the eldest child of an already numer- knowledge. ous family. He was Invited to go In "Jimmle." she said to her little and seo a little baby sister. Asked by brother, "I bet you don't know what his mother what he thought of the germination produces." baby, he said: "W'y, mamma, It'a real "I don't know what It produces," reale. Hut do you think we needed lit" plied Jimmy, "but I know the Qennaa nation consumes lots of sauerkraut and wlenerwurst" Youngstown Telegram. Not a Chance. Paying Teller You must get some No Time. one to Identify you before I ran pay "Son, do you read blood and thunthis check. Have you any friends In der novels?" this town? "No, sir. It's all I kin do to keep Stranger Not one. I'm the dog ' up wit' the horrible crimes In the curcatcher. Our Animals. rent news." one-tent- Incidental Fee Room $ 5.00 5.60 $ 6.00 7.00 $ 7.00 7.00 Board 7 weeks Amount duo Sept 10, 1913 Board 7 weeks, dut Oct 29, 1913 Total for term If paid In advance WINTER Incidental Fco Room 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 9.45 $23.15 9.45 $32.90 '$29.00 TERM $ 5.00 6.00 9.00 S3I.40 $ 6.00 $32.40 $ 7.00 Board 6 weeks 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 $20.00 Amount due Dec. 31, 1913 Board 6 weeks due Feb. 11, 1914 9.00 Total for term If paid in advance $29.00 $28.60 S30.70 $31.70 'This laundry. does not includo the dollar deposit nor money for books or Special Expenses Stenography and Typewriting , . . . . $14.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .... 14.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) Business course studies for students in other departments: 10.50 Stenography ..'. Typewriting, with ono hour's uso 7.00 of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. Fall Business. Winttr $12.00 12.00 6.00 Spring $10.00 10.00 5.00 Total $36.00 86.00 18.00 9.00 6.00 7.50 6.00 27.00 18.00 1.80 1.50 6.44 Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at d Any Bcrca if there is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and havo a full year of continuous study. Many young peoplo waste time (n the public schools going over and over the same things, when they might be Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies vlth some of tho best young men and women from other ceuntlea and states. Applicants must bring; or sand a testimonial showing; that they arc above 15 years old, In food health, and of Kood character. This may bs slf ned by some former Berea studsnt or soma reliable teacher er neighbor. The uss of tobacco Is strictly forblddsn, Fall Term now in session. Uurry up! , For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary. able-bodie- D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. V Paqe Eight THE CITIZEN continues very pleasant. Farmers aro busy gathering com. Corn will bo scarco in this place this year. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry York and Miss Susie Watson were the guests or Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Davis, Wcdncv day night. Messrs. J. II, Lilllo or Moores' Creek and Robert Dycho of London were In this vicinity yesterMr. Jesse Bowlday ing and Miss Frances McGce were married the 13th inst. Mr. R. E. Rader of Louisville is moving to this vicinity. Wo are glad to have them in our midst again. Mrs. Louisa Baker is visiting Mrs. Mary Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Taylor have another lino boy at their home. Mr. Fred Brewer and family have moved to Horse Lick. Our school at Pigeon Roost lacks only four weeks to being out. Wo have had a spjendid school here and every one seems well pleased with Mrs. York's work. Mr. R. E. Taylor and family were tho guests of Mr. G. Miss SarII. Davis Saturday night ah Fox, visited her aunt, Pollic Fox, or Annville, Saturday. Beatrice, the little daughter or Mr. Tom Brewer, has whooping cough. Mr. Leonard Hacker has built a new barn. Mr. John Edwards visited Mr. Henry H. Davis Saturday night. Mr. T. II. Little has bought nearly 100 turkeys and is still buying turkeys, 12 cts. per pound and eggs 30 rents per dozen. bird-huntin- g. November 27, 1913. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else ilnJ la fin UIU. nttmttrnlnt fMtUA tilt trldract (f food kT te for siMleatlea, bat It cat ai writer. Ttt aame Write fUlaly. af- OBITUARY Nov. 17, 1013. Wolchliurg, K Tlic death of Mr. Scott C. Goodman occurred on September 21, 1913, resulting from tuberculosis, from which be had suffered for eight months. Mr. Ooodman was thirty-foyears old, and leaves a wife, a fatha brother, Wiler and liam Goodman, of Tyner, and a sister, Maggie Acre, of Covington, besides a host of friends. Ho was married to Miss Frances Moore, October , 1902, and was always a kind and loving husband, rcsjicctcd by all who knew him. Ho was willing to die, his only dread being that be must leave bis wife alone. His hope was that of going to a better land. ur step-mother, sibly Miss Douglass. No one can ford to miss hearing theso ndresscs. Everybody come, bring your dinner and stay all day. There will be a box supper Saturday night at the school at this place. An interesting program will bo given. Clover cr. Mr. Andy Bullock has moved near Livingston. Mrs. Dillard Parker Is on the sick list this week. Rev. D. Parker has just closed a meeting at Maple Grove with twenty additions to tho church. Mr. George Robertson is very poorly. There will bo a Snturday meeting at t'niou Church the last of this month. Come one, come all. Mr. W. E. Bullock is at home and working at the quarry. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Sams, a boy. Rockford. Rockford, Nov. 17. Last Saturday and Sunday were regular church days at Scaffold Cane but owing to the bad weather not very many wore out. Mrs. Mary Hametta, who has been visiting her son Leonard in 111! nois is expected homo this week. Aunl Susan Ogg is no belter and gutting weaker all the lime. Undo T. C. Viars is planning to go to Berea to stay witli His daughter, Mrs. Dal ton, this winter. People of this placo aro gathering corn. Tho corn crop is not very good. Rollie McCol inn is back from Indiana. BEREA BANK & TRUST CO. Report of the Condition of THE BEREA BANK & TRUST CO., doing business at the town of Berea, county of Madison, the State of Kentucky, at the close of business on the 14th day of Nov., 1913. RESOURCES Loans and Discount $102,425.04 Overdraft secured and unsecured 874.0ft Due from Banks 24,302 03 CHRbonhaml 0,100.40 Checks and other cash items 100.40 Hanking House, Furniture and Fixtures 17,331, 62 Other Asioti not included uudor any of abovo heads 800.00 Total LIABILITIES Cnpitnl Stock paid in, in cash .' f 101,082.45 Bottom. JACKSON COUNTY Drip Rock. Drip Rock, Nov. 15. There is con- siderable sickness in this vicinity. H. Webb has been very sick from lagrippe. Horn to .Mr. and Mr.. W. C. Webb on Nov. 9, a girl. Her name is Rachel. The election passed off quietly at Cavanaugh. John M. Moore, who was killed on the 2nd of August at the primary election was taken up again a short time ago, for a thorough examination by Drs. Morris and Wbitlus. Rev. W. R. Lakes will peach at Drip Rock the fifth Saturday and Sunday in NoEverybody come. Mack vember. Moore is on the lookout for fur. He says: "Come on boys with your hides." Beverley Wagers was in this vicinity a few days last week on business. John Sand Gap. Sand Gap, Nov. 10. The people ol this vicinity are very glad to see abundant lainfall we are now having on account of the scarcity of water. Jarctt's spoke factory, Williams' saw and grist mill and Lunsford's shop are all in operation. Mr. Williams says he never worked so hard as since he has come to Sand Gap. So many are wanting lumber to build new houses. Claude Lunsford is building near his shop. Robert Day is to begin his house next week where he now lives. J. U. Settlo is to build just west of the Baptist church on the lot which he bought recently of James Williams. V. T. Williams is going to build on bis lot recently bought of Henry Cook. Geo. Brockman will build on bis new lot near Alumbaughs. Prof. Hunt of Berea visited our school Thursday, Nov. Cth, and observed the work for a short time in the forenoon, entered the games with the children at noon and in the afternoon gave an inspiring talk and told several splendid stories. Wo were very much pleased to have him tell us that our attendance was so much better than any of the schools he had visited. We are very sorry to hear of the murder of Ben Drew and Earnest Grim each shooting the other near Pine Grove last Thursday. Drew died instantly and Grim lived until 8 o'clock Friday morning. Dr. J. B. Settle of this place attended him. Rev. James Lunsford attended the funeral of Drew Saturday evening. Mr. James Williams and son Willie have bought out Henry Cook of this placo and moved into their new home. Mr, Cook has rented the store house. Mr. Cook and Mr. Tuttle will livo for a time in the two rooms they arc still holding of William's building and the store. (Editor's Note: Wc regret that wo wore unable to print the following program last week, but includo it this week hoping that it will bo of somo service.) There was a school fair at Sand Gap School, Sat. Nov. 29th. The fol lowing prizes are to bo awarded: Tho best hand made apron, 50 cents; Second best hand mado apron, 35 cents; Best plain machino mado apron, 25 cents; Second best ma chino made apron, 15 cents; Best five ears or corn, Q cents; Best tlird Irish potatoes, 30 cents; Best three sweet potatoes, 25 cents; Best original story, 25 cents; Best production map of United States, 15 conts; Best caKe, 20 cents; Best onion. 10 cents: Best four apples, 15 cents; Best loaf lireau, 15 cents Those contributing tho prizes are: Dr. J. B. Settle, James Johnson, Wil-li- o Williams, Maj. Aluinbaugh, Geo. Brockman, Lawrence Powell, William Powell, Green Bicknell, Sopb-in- a Durham, Sherman Clemmons, Anna Powell. The judges will be Prof. Frank S. Montgomery, Miss Alico Douglass, and possibly Mrs. Frost, ull of Berea. Prof. Montgomery will speak at 1:30 p. m. Also u short address by Mrs. Frost and pos Clover Bottom, Nov. 21. A protracted meeting has been held at the Baptist Church at White Spring, the past week conducted by Bros. Cliilders of Rockcastle county and Lakes of Wind Cave. Much good has been done there being seven additions to the church. Mrs. Lucy Dean and four of her children arc visiting Uncle Ike Dean on Sand Lick from Saturday till Monday. J. A. Lane, of Dreyfus, is visiting relatives and friends in theso parts. Tho exact vote in Jackson county at the November election was: D. G. Woods, T'O for Representative: for County Judge, J. D. Sherlock, 789; for County Attorney, H. N. Dean, 781; for County Court Clerk, B. M. Ward. 795; for Sheriff, John Fanner, 752; for Assesor, J. II. Webb, 755; for Jailor, Riley Amyx, 719; for County Snpt., J. J. Davis, 782; for Coroner, John Maggard, 704; for Surveyor, C. S. Durham, 776; Magistrate, 1st District, C. E. Smith, 105; 2nd dist., W. B. Metcalf, 150; 3rd disdistrict, R. II. Johnson, 119; trict, Grant Tinchcr, 99 (defeated); 5th district J. T. Lainharl, til; Cth district, M. II. Smith, 71. The following constables were elected from their district in the order named, 1st, .1. L. Lakes; 2nd, L. A. Cook; 3rd, J. D. Riley; Mi, Scott Johnson; 5th, W. C. Webb. Progressives: For County Attorney, D. II. Baker, 58; for Sheriff, I. S. Bowles, 122; for assessor, J. W. Baker, 82; for Jailor, J. M. Ilignile, 89. Independent. For Magistrate, 5tb district, A. J. Baker, 100; a majority of one vole over Tinchcr. Hugh. Hugh, Nov. 25. Mr. A. J. Rase, who has been sick for the past four months, is no better. We have a Mr. new merchant in our midst. Bob Harris is selling at the Tom Click stand. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Van Winkle visited their son Lewis at this place last Thursday night. Mr. W. R. Benge is building a new house on his farm for Mr. Melvin Azbill. Our school will close in four weeks. We are sorry the schpol is out, the children are learning so fast. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Benge visited at Mr. Flemon Azbills Saturday night. Gertie Abraham and Bertha Fowler of this place attended church at Kerby Knob Saturday night. There has been a revival going on at White Spring the past week with several additions to the church. Mrs. Alice and Margaret Benge visited Mrs. Maggie Burns of Bobtown hist Wednesday. Wishing The Citizen and all its readers a happy Thanksgiving. Surplus Fund Undivided Fronts, less expenses and taxes paid Deposit, subject to check Timo Deposits Cashier's checks outstanding f J (13,400.3 1 20,000.00 i.OOO.OO 3,340.82 04,71)0 41 130.88 118,341.03 $101,082.45 Total STATE OK Counlrof MtctlMin. We, A. liaace and John F. Dean, President and Caihler of the above named Dank, do solemnly (wear that the above statement Is true to the beet of our knowledge and belief. m A. ISAACS, President. Orlando. JOHN P. DKAN, Cashier. Orlando, Nov. 17. Married at the Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of November, 1913. home of the bride, Mr. Frank AnderO. D. Hollldav, Notary Publk. son, ol Hazel Patch, to Mrs. Susie . . . .n : .mmmm Allen or this place, Nov. 13. The Correct Atteiti Wo wish Rev. Parker olllciated. them a happy and prosperous lite. It. H. CHKISMAN, J. W. STEPHENS, Directors- Miss May Evans, or Livingston, vis Mildred. ited her cousin, Miss Gertrude Ev We mis, rrom Sat unlay till Sunday. Mr Mildred, November 21lh. GLOBULES CINCINNATI MARKETS are having some very nice weath- Baruel Cheuaull ol Richmond is or the year. spending a few days with his cou Com No. 2 while 78c. No. 3 white er lor tho time Merlin's street railway Is to be 77077Vic No. 4 white 75 07CV4c, No. A. J. Browning of Woodbine, Ky. is sin, John C. Chenault at Johnctta. electrified at a coat of $6,000,000. 2 yellow 7CKG'77c. No. 3 yellow 78J4c, visiting friends and relatives in this Mhs Emma Anderson or Hazel Patch No. 4 yellow 73H0 76c, No. 2 mixed r Feed the average woman on vicinity. Win. Mcdlock or Olin, Ky. was visiting her sister, Mrs. Dora 76V4077C No. 3 mixed 7607CHc, No. and she will Ret positively fat. 4 mixed 73V40 75c, white ear 74077c, Ball, last week. Mr. Joel Angler was passed through here Sunday. yellow ear 74077c, mixed ear 74076c. Mrs. Jane Morris, is very poorly in Richmond on business last week. Man wants little here below, but Hay No. 1 timothy $19.26 0 19.60. Miss Edith Laswell, of Ml. Vernon at this writing. Win. Dunigan is he generally gets what ho deserves. standard timothy $18,250 18.60, No. 2 timothy $17.25, No. 3 timothy $16,500 1, No. 1 clover mixed $16.60017. No. There axe 3.876.19C Christians In 2 clover mixed $14.50016, No. 1 clover India In a imputation of 315.133,217. $14.75016. No. 2 dozer $12.76013. Oata No. 2 white 43fi 43i$c, standNo man can be perfectly happy ard 42tf043c. No. 3 white' 4242Vic. without a certain amount of No. 4 white 40HCf41Hc No. 2 mixed 42042HC. No. 3 mixed 41H042Vic. No. 4 mixed 40041c. Wheat No. 2 red 95 0 9Gc, No. 3 red and "but" are mighty little 94fyt5c, No. 4 red 8694c. words, but they play an Important Poultry Prices are quoted aa folpart In life. lows: Hens, heavy (414 lbs and over) Fot love that made us as the sons of God; 13V4c; hens, light (tinder 4Vi lbs), For all the sorrow 12c; springers, law. 13c; aprlngera. that great love wrought: small, 13c; turkeys, young (9 lbs and JOSH BILLINGS' PHILOSOPHY For burning pathways that our feet have trod; over), 17c; turkeys, old (10 lbs and flat-ter- KENTUCKY,) '," THANKSGIVING bj t. "If For all ambitions which have come to naught; For woe that made our courage true and strong: For cruel words that stirred to self contiol: For short delags that patience might be long: For sacrifice and therefore breadth of soul: For bitter pain and foi that pain's surcease: Fot all temptations by our minds abhorred; For life, for death, and death's great daughter. Peace. We thank thee, Lord I Eve Brodllque. I'rlme firsts 37c. Ilrsta 35c, ordinary flrsta 32c, seconds 22c. Cattle Shippers $6.25035, extra Drive slo, yung man, for yu kno yu $7.6007.75; butcher sleers, extra $7.25, good to choice $6,250" 15, common to must cum back. fair $4.5006; heifers, extra $77.15. to choice Take rum out ov this world, and CO good $4.60f6.65;$6.7606.76, common to cows, extra $C(jJ6.25. fair per cent, ov the devil's kapttal would good to choice $5.2605.85, common to be sunk at once. fair $3.25 0 5; canncrs $304.26. Hulls IJologna extra $5.7506.35. It requires more brane power to $C40, fat bulla $6.26 0 6.50. s keep a sckret than It dux to be a Calves Kxtra $9.60, fair to good $7 fi 0.25, common and large $409. ov the peace. Hogs Selected heavy shippers $7.76 It requires sum brants to make a 07.80, good to choice packers and packers mistake, but It doesn't require enny butchers $7.70 0 7.75, mixedcxtraa $7. $7.5507.70, stags $406.75, to make a blunder. fust-klas- s A ennythlng else. servant Isn't fit for ovur), 17c. Kggs Jus-tin- common to choice heavy fat sows $4.25 O"7.40. Parrot. Parrot, Nov. 22. Born to Mr. anJ Mrs. David Gabbard tho other day, a boy named Ernest. Mrs. Dan Ford has been visiting relatives in Owsley county for the past several days. Lloyd Carter of Clay county visited at tho homo of Elijah Cornett a few days last week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Gabbard Nov. 17th, a girl whom they called Golda." Also a boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Millard Harris, Nov. 17th. Miss Dula Angel has been visiting Mrs. Levi Gabbard this week. Tho Messrs. II. R. Dycko and Geo. Parrett are hauling logs and will soon erect a new storehouse near Letterbox. Mr. and Mrs. Lean-dre- w Gabbard have returned from Hamilton, Ohio. Frank Deese, of Livingston was at this placo Wednesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Phee.IIillard were visiting relatives at this placo Saturday and Sunday. Rev. James Cunagim, who has been in Hamilton, Ohio, is visiting relatives at this pace. Fred Parker is still very low with typhoid fever. Rev. Elijah Cornett or this placo is attending a revival it Kerby Knob this week. Ed Arnold has moved to A. B. Gabbard's farm. Thomas Fllnchuni and family of Moore's Creek havo moved to their farm vacated by John Callahan. Miss Lucretia Lewis, of Moore's Creek has been visiting relatives at tins placo for tho past week. Among those from this nlaco who attended the spelling match at the Ml. Zion school house was Lawrence Cornett, who spelled the longest lime, without missing a word. Mirrah ror Lawrencol Isaacs. Isaacs, Nov. 21. on the sick list attended by Dr. Treadway or tho Gray Hawk hospital. The little infant of Neil Moore is very poor. Wm. Parrels wife is not expected to live. Film Roach was at the Cook slave yard last week grading staves lor C. II. Cook, Win. Dunigan. W. It. Reynold and others. Wilic Vaughn has returned home rrom Hamilton, Ohio, He where ho has been working. iays there is no place like old Kentucky. Edgar Cook made a business trip to East Bernstadt, Ky., Friday. Baily Simpson is very poor. Every one who likes to reail a good paper should subscribe ror The Citizen. spent Friday with her cousins, the Misses Cassie and Lenna Hundley. Mrs. Ethel Smith or Paris visited with Mr. and Mrs. Smith last week. Mr. A. G. was in Wildio one day last week. Mrs. Lela Mullins, or Sindcr, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents at this place. Mr. J. M. Las-we- ll was in Ml. Vernon Thursday on business. Mrs. Chas. Parson or near Buckeye spent Saturday and Sunday with her Aunt, Mrs. Flora Evans. UNITED STATES NEWS. (Continued from Pre One.) is tho thirteenth While House wedding. Miss Margaret Wilson, the bride's sister, acted as maid ol honor. Dr. William T. Grcnfell who conducts extensive hospital work along the coast of Labrador, was Mr. Say re's besl man. Tho guests consisted mostly of relatives and intimate friends of the family. Hurley. Hurley, Nov. 23. There is much sickness in this community. Mr. Jake Gabbard lias something like rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. James Seals attended church at this place last Saturday and Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Baker on tho 22nd, a boy. Mr. Leonard The Other Way. Gabbard is building a new house There was u hopeful gleam In the near the mouth ol Hooten. Several eyes of the young iiinu with a slightly or our boys are in the fur business retreating cliln its he approached the Ibis winter. father of his ladylove. "Will you give your daughter to me ROCKCASTLE COUNTY In marriage, nil ?" he nwkeil In as firm Gauley. a tone as lie could muster. "I'm afrold you are not well enough Gauley, Nov. 22. Born to Mr. and acquainted with her. young man." reMrs. Frank Clark a girl named Georgia Lucille. Mr. George Murphy is marked the father. "Why, I've seen her twlro n week on tho sick list this week. Mrs. Nancy Bullock is on tho sick list for uuarly a year." wild tho astonished tills week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. suitor. may nil' lie," said tho parent, "That W. M. Sams a boy. Wo aro having "hut If you knew much about her charsomo warm weather at present. acter you'd have until, 'Will you give Mr. and Mrs. Clabern Allen nro visme to your daughter hi marriage?'" iting their grandparents, Mr. and .Mrs. J. fi. Bullock. Mr. J. V. PondNot Entirely One. er is on tho sick list this week. "And so they wore Hindu one?" Tliero is a protracted meeting at "Oh, I don't know. I believe tiho still Cas Ridge conducted by II. L. 'Pond- - huu u inliid of her own." Simple honcaty won't git a man a 0 7.50, plga (110 lba and less) $5,600' meal ov vlttlea down' here, but it will 7.60. Sheui Kxtra $4.25, good to choice land a man safeyup thare In the king$3.7504.15. common to fair $203.60. dom ov heaven. Lambs Kxtra $4.25, good to cholca How kan yu expekt to tell what $6.7607.10, common to fair I&U6.60. kind ov a man yure nabor will be DO TWENTY MEN VOLUNTEER. days from date, when yu kan't even bet on yureself ? Philadelphia, Pa. The greatest skin Dedlkatlng ourselfs to the lxrd It grafting operation ever attempted In a mistake; we should dedikate our- this country, nccordlng to surgeons, will think will be begun when thoy will start on selfs to humanity; the the first 20 men who have volunteered all the more uv us. to supply cuticle to cover tho burns on the body of Miss Nora Coffey, a A horse Jockey Iz an Individual whoze fancy allwusa exceeds his Judg- patient In Northwest General hospital. ment, and whoze cunning Iz allwusa Several hundred Inches of cuticlo will be necessary, and the grafting operamore than a snatch for hlz houcsty. tion will cover a period of something I never knu an old bachelor yet but more than n year. She accidental! who thought ho could marry enny wo- upset the can of oil and took tiro. man he had a mind to, nor an old s maid who hadn't refused menny bids, and wazn't Issuing sealed SITUATION CONSIDERED QRaTe. proposals for more. Vera Crux. The battleship New If I wax called upon for tnl honest Hampshire left this harbor for Tux-paThe situation at Tuxpam Is oplnyun on the aubjekt, I should state, If a man amotea yu on one cheek, turn said to ho decidedly grave, aa the rebto htm the other also; and If he awota els insist on holding the Pearson oil yu on that one konsekutlvely, then go properties, and have hinted at possible danger to foreigners in tho disIn and give the fellow fits. New York N trict. Weekly. fust-klas- extras $7.60, light shippers $7 $2.65 for $1.65 WHILE IT LASTS RED TOP ROOFING Red Top is the CHEAPEST GOOD ROOF. No Painting or Patching every year. FIRE INSURANCE costs less than any otlier roofing. No tar to run out, only high grade asphalt used in its makeup. You can lay it in zero weather or in July It's never soft nor brittle, will not break. It is GUARANTEED by its manufacturers who will give you a new roof free of cost if it does not last five years. J FURS HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Cemmlulon. Write tor price- lilt mentioning Dili id. AND HIDE3 JOHN WHITE & CO. Tho weather tS. Berea School of Roofing HENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager Tinthop on Jackson Street, Berea, Ky. Phone 7 or 187