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UHriautMu, e AnlitMl Mutiw MervdailW ttam maOnuitttT. ma,Ki.,umnmd Devoted to Flvo Cents n Copy. TIZEN THE tlie Interegf ttie ,Qf :&ffoaritan. People Ono Dollar a Year. No. 17. ADMIRAL Vol. XVI. WMKA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, OCTQREFl 22, 1014. Names We do not choose our family names they come to us by inheritance; each child must be called by his father's name. But we do choose the names of our children and such names ought to be chosen in a way which will give the child a good introduction whereever its name is called. K OUR OWN STATE.UNITED STATES 6. NEWS.ALLIES JELLIC0L Fundi to Relieve Suffering Received Arbor Day, November by Minister from War Mr.Creary on tlio Hlli Governor the following proclamation: "I. James II. McCrcary, governor of llio commonwealth, do Issue tills designating Friday, proclamation, November 0, 1011, ns Arbor nay for llio commonwealth of Kentucky, and remicst Us observance by llio plant ing of trees and such other exor cises as may bo deemed proper. I'lio attention of all llio people and especially t lie teachers and pupils of all the colleges and schools, s called to the importance of plani ng trees. Kvery effort should be made for the renewal of our forests. "In (be Inst decade there has been great development along the forest- lines in the United Stales. Tlio inauguration of forest management n the national forests, the activity of various States In public forestry, and the Interest of private owners in treo growing have resulted in marked Improvement in everything connected with forestry. There aro now a number of colleges in the United States where forestry is in In tlio cluded in the curriculum. last few years there has been a con slantly increasing activity in tho forestry of thoevarlous Stales, and now thirty Stales have somo kind of organization for forestry work, I call upon tlio people to givo more attention to mc obscrvanco of Arbor day in Kentucky than has been given heretofore. I not. only desire students of all tlio colleges o take activo interest in tho setting out of trees, but the pupils of every common school in tho Slate could render immenso service by each of 'them setting out one treo on Arbor day. School house yards, homo yards, public roads, pastures and Jlclds should be beautified with trees, Our natural forests arc diminishing and we must not only save what Is lefl of the forests, but must reforest the cut over, the burnt over and tho imforcstcd districts of tho State iiMiod r We give a good start to a child when we name him after some good man or after some loved member of our family, but people some times injure the whole life.of a child by fixing upon them a name which is ridiculous or childish. It is said that one of the senators of Kentucky can never command the serious respect of those to whom he is introduced for the fust time because of the name Ollie. Often a name which is amusing for a child becomes affliction for a man or woman. We cannot all give an our children fortunes but we can give them good names. Ridden Country. Washington, D. C, Oct. 10. TIM Belgian minister, Mr. K. Havcnlth, tins been deeply touched by tho spoolnneous aid given by the Amcri- cau pcoplo lo stricken Belgians, driven from their homo by war. Funds arc reaching tlio legation hero from all directions. Mrs. Carman Takes It Cooly. Mincola, N. Y Oct. 20 Mrs. Flor- enco Carman, who is on trial In Uii RETAKE OSTEND This Is the Report From France. New Picture of Commander of British North Sea Fleet court hero for her life, charged with UNCONFIRMED RUMOR tho 'murder of Mrs. William Bailey, is a3 unruffled and cheery about tho whole proceedings as If the court room were a church bazaar or a information. However, Is Based sewing bee. On The Great War Week aflcr week, the gigantic armies of the Germans and allies arc restling with each other with no result. Property is being destroyed, lives are being sacrificed, families are broken, the joys and activities of the greater part of the civilized world are suspended and all the world is holding its breath for the news that does not come. And when the issue is decided, it can not be any result which is worth the slaughter and loss. We shall hardly know which army was the stronger because the victory may be determined by sharp generalship or by some accident which no man could foresee. And a thousand evil passions are stirred up by the war. people of one nation can not think patiently of their The enemies. They can hardly tell the truth about their enemies. As cruel as bullets are the charges and countercharges of duplicity and barbaric actions. Doubtless those really to blame for the war will suffer to the full but they can not take all the suffering, the greater of it will fall upon those who had nothing to do with ringing on the war children and women and simple peasants and people of surrounding nations must all share in the suffering and loss. But we may believe that in both armies there are true patriots, men who believe they arc doing their duty and whose desires are for the welfare of humanity. MfcWlHrt the world needs is a court of nations which can o me people to its bar just as quarrelsome ivkhVte?are brought to a common court. Let grievances be judged by argument and reason. There is no more sense in having nations try to settle their differences by fighting than there would be to have two neighbors fight instead of having their grievances settled by arbitration before a court of justice. t. Wfe' rla CONTENTS. IMPORTANT You will bo glad to renew your subscription to Tho Citizen on He rea Corn Show- - day. We aro giving a special bargain on that day and that day only. Line up with us on that great day and we shall give you No-- v ember and December free. Wo are making it pay you for coming to the show. You are entitled to any of our Duo premiums for the little extra t lint they may cost us. Come prepared In enjoy the show and sub scribe for The Citizen and you will go Inline happier and bo more nolo to enjoy the long winter evenings around Hie family llreplace. New subscribers get in on our Think liberal offer on show day. of it a good clean weekly newspa ner fourteen mouths for only ono dollar. If you want to keep up with tho latest news of tho war and tho vital points of interest to you farm ers and a good story for llio young people and such things thai pertain to tlio liouie mid ils important in teres! h, you can not do better than subscribe for Tlio Citizen on Corn Show day. Statu News, World News. Tho Health Master. PAGE 2. Side Lights on the War, Hack to tho Iliblo, Temperance Notes, Sunday School Lesson. PAGE 3. Mountain Agriculture, Ilig Corn Show at Heron, Poultry Show in Connection with Corn Show, Kentucky llusiness lien. PAGE 4. Locals. PAGE 5. College News and other Locals. PAGE C The Land of Uroken Promises. PAGE 7. In the Home, Children's Column, Howser's Asylum. Kentucky News, PAGE 8.Kast Poem, Markets. PACE 1. U. 8. News. There is nothing like being in Hue when the big events come olT. Uerea's big day will be the 3lst. when nil tho people from far ami near will bo here. The Citizen men will be on tho grounds to write you up for u year's membership in Tho dollars. It will do you inoro goodFourteen months than any other dollar you havo. TryCitizen family. with us for only ono of your sparo it nod lie convinced. THE HEALTH MASTER Chapteta horn the book to entitled by Simuel Hopklnt Adams, publiehedby per mission of Houghton Mill! In Company. A FAMILY SCHOOL A Lesson on Children in School that all that needs attention years. Then it will bo time enough "Is to bother llio poor child." for any baby girl?" "Apparently, Mrs. Sharpless," said "No, Ihero ore tho teeth, 'lliey Dr. Strong mildly, "you consider looked to." should bo They'ro only first Hint teeth come in crops, liko tier "Nonsensol teolh," said Orandnm Slmrplcss ries; ono crop now, n second and vigorously. "What does a doctor distinct orop Inter. That is n't tho way growth takes place in tho liu know about teethf ho knows his business. mini mouth. The first teeth aro to "Lots, if If second There would bo fewer dyspeptics pa- the to llio almost Iwhat tho blossom is shall want tin fruit. in general sent their physicians mediately to tako Betty to tho den tients to the dentist tnoro promptly, tist, and havo him keep watch over and kept them in condition to chow her mouth with tho understanding tholr food." (hat "That's all very well, when pcoplo overy he may charge a bonus on tooth ho keeps In aftor its real, lasting teeth," havo tholr tho grandmother. "Hut Het- time. Tho longer ths first lot lasts. ty's first set will ho gone in a fow the bettor tbe second lot are. Hut (Continued ou pire Two.) Tragedy at Richmond, Ind. Illchmond, Ind., Oct. 20. Return ing unexpectedly lo his homo last BRITISH WARSHIPS GET BUSY evening, Joseph II. Brown, a Pennsylvania railroad conductor, found Morris Walker in the company of his wife, and In a fight that ensued Shell Fire Off Coast Compells killed Walker. Mrs. Brown denies Germans to Retreat. that thero was any impropriety in Walker's call at her home. London, Oct 20. A special corre Indiana Society Song of the Revolu spondent In the north of Prance says tion Eonor Clark's Memory. that he Is Informed on excellent au Indianapolis, Oct. 20. At the an thority that the allies have retaken Ostend. There is no conQrmatlon here nual meeting and banquet of tho Society of tlio Sons of the Rev- of this report olution last evening a largo oil porLondon, Oct 20. British warships trait of General George Rogers Clark off the coast of Belgium shelled the painted by Otto Stark, was unveiled. German line near Nleuport and aided The portrait is tho contribution of the gallant Belgians In driving the tho society to the centennial cele- Germans northward from Routers. The kaiser's plan to seize the French bration of tho admission of Indiana as a state and will be hung in the eacoast has met with a decided check, and the guns of British cruisers sup storehouse. porting the Belgian army and the Refrigerator and Ice Ma- French marines, hare compelled the United Germans to retreat from eight to ten chine Company of Kenosha Is miles. Thrown Into Bankruptcy. The official news that a British Kenosha, Wis., Oct. 19. The trou squadron now composes the extreme bles of the United Refrigerator and left wing of the allied force and has Ico Machine company, a concern already made Itself powerfully felt is a totally new development of the war. with a capital of $800,000, culminat ed today when an involuntary pe- - Tbe long range guns of the cruisers holding the Germans back from 't'cA 'n bankruptcy against Jt was are Boiler Explosion Kills Three Ken Il!f3i In the United States coUrt at the seocuast nullifying the occupation of Ostend and forcing the Germans to and Injures Two Milwaukee and J. D. Rowland and D, give battle on ground chosen by GenLast Wednesday morning the E. Calendar, both of Racine, wero eral Joflre. boiler at tho lumber mill of M. T. named as receivers. Tlio liabilities The Germans Giving Way. Dillon at Rodburn, blew up and of tho company are near $700,000 The northern section of tbe left killed three men and injured two. and the assets about $308,000. Ac wing of the allies is advancing toward Tho dead aro James Patton, aged lion was taken on the petition of Lille, the Germans giving .way, but General Joffre 25, Everet Patton aged 22, John Sub-Ict- t. the Chicago Mirror and Art Glass fighting desperately. Tho injured aro Marshall company, the Union Insulating com describes the fighting In this region as Swim and M. T. Dillon. Tbe exact pany and the Francis and Nygrcn a house to house advance. There is an unofficial report that the Germans cause of tho explosion is not known, company, all of Chicago. have evacuated LUIe, unable to hold Chicago Tribune. but it is thought by mill men it was the city nfter Armentleres was retaken a gas explosion. Hundreds of peo by the allies. Campaign for South America. ple rushed to the scene from More-heregion of Arras Southward in Many Americans do not think of and toward Hoye, tbe battle has taken to lend their assistance, which the South America ns a nnssioir field, on new violence. The government rewas appreciated by llio suffering Deceived by the splendor of a few ports show that the allies slowly are ones. great cities and by tho number of driving the Germans from outer In Master Timber Doal great cathedrals, many of them very trenchments and havo carried the One of the largest limber land beautiful, they do not consider that fighting to tbe barbed wire defenses. In this quarter the allies press forward deals was closed a few days ago North America has any responsibilwith the Hroadliead-Garrc- ll Lumb ity for moral and religious condi with unimpaired confidence after near er Co. that has consummated in tions in the southern republics. Now ly two weeks of night and day fighting. southward toward the hinge Eastern Kentucky in many years. It that the attention of American bust Furtherline, of the the Germans made a new was a ?100,000 deal and consisted of ncss men is being drawn to South attempt to break through at Chaulnes, 2.800 aero of timbered land which America as never before, in view of but were repulsed and lost ground. included ten miles of standard gauge-railroa- possiblo closer relations on tho French Make Progress In Alsace. The opening of the Panama canal, it is and all equipment. Along the fortified center on the purchasing firm intend lo install right that Christians in America Champagne hills there is desultory ar saw mills throughout the entire should be brought to realize how tillery duelling, neither side strong section of land purchased. Another shockingly low moral and religious enough, apparently, to menace sen ously the defenses of the other; each boom for Eastern Kentucky. conditions aro in Latin America. waiting the Issue in northern France. South Miss. News Bureau City Water Supply for Winchester But In the east tho French, after reWill Be Passed gaining the left bank of the Meuse, At tho regular meeting of tho city Ten Merchantmen aro now advancing on the right bank. From Pacific to Atlantic. council nn unexpected move was In Alsace they have made progress made; passing an ordinance to tho Panama, Oct. 19 Tho Panama Ca and strong forces are active all along effect of holding an election on No nal again will be opened to tra 111c the barrier fortress line. vember 3rd for (ho purposo of vot tomorrow and ten merchantmen will Generally encouraging aa the gov ing on tho question ns to whether bo passed through tho waterway ernment report Is, there Is one item the people of Winchester would au from the Puciflo to tho Atlantic, that Is of thrilling interest, tbe presthorize tho council to enter into n Conditions nt tho scene of the re ence of a British fleet off the Belgian In actively contract and sell a franchise for tho cent slide north of Gold Hill are re coast andGermans. assistingalliesrepuls have ing the The city water supply. Mayor Mallack ported to bo excellent, tho channel made progress In France. The Gerexplained tho action in calling nn probably being 150 feet wido witli mans have been driven northward feet from the River Yser and the Belgian election at this time was due to tho an average depth of thirly-llv- o army has again rendered a notable Tlio dredging operations aro pro fact that the mains should bo laid The German service to tho allies. to tlio river ns soon ns possible. ceeding at tho rate of twenty-fiv- e thousand cubic yards daily. The cavalry fruitlessly cannonaded the Nleuport to Dlad Timber Business Revived front earth movements in tho Gold Hill Belgian East of from Dlxmude the Belgian sloo. Tho timber business received district have ceased. army not only drove back the German severe setback at the opening of tho Ships today wero sent through tho attack, but pushed ahead as far as European war due to tho export locks at both ends of the canal in Kouters. trade being hindered. Many work- order to facilitate their passage. It men were thrown out of employment is planned to send through tho ca- PRISONERS GERMANY OF on account of this temporal paraly nal In two days twenty-tw- o vessels sis of tho trade. Most if not all of which aro wailing. Chicago Tri Foemen to the Number of 350,000 Held them aro back to their old Jobs bune. f In Detention. Thirty car loads of ties will bo ship, (Continued on rip) Eljlit.) Copenhagen. Oct. 20. A private let pod from Hazard to tho Pennsylvater from Sven Hedln, tho famous ex nia lines alone this coming week plorer, who has been visiting the front U'o havo another good treat from at the invitation of tbe German gov This holds true for other shipping points as well. Thero is quite nn tho pen of Dr. Robertson on tho war ernment, relates that be has visited tbe German activo Inquiry for lumber of all question as il might effect us. Look the center of events oneverything Is west front and that on ptifo two for this information. kinds in those sections now turning IJQivi. fall lo read the farm page working like a machine. The Germans out tho supply. 350,000 thls'Weck and learn about the latest assert they have taken Belgian British prison French, nusslan and Dry Forces Win First Skirmish. featuin of the Bcrea Corn Show. Tho Mr. Hedln pledges his word as wets of Winchester contested poultry display Is going to bo a very ers. Impartial observer that these pla Tho an tho local option election last Friday. iulereiitlng and helpful to tho poul nners are not being treated harshly. In-di- na ad "Excellent Authority." Photo by American freea Association. GERMAN TROOPS FELL INTO A DEADLY TRAP Russians lured Them on to Destruction. f Warsaw. Oct 20. A German van guard was ambuscaded and cut to pieces In a battle east of the River Vistula. The Russians, employing a ruse which has been successful often, withdrew their Infantry from the Vistula, after concealing batteries of field and machine guns. The Germans, as- wumlng that the Russians were actual ly in flight bridged the Vistula with pontoons and threw a large force upon the east bank. Suddenly the Russian artillery opened fire at close 'raise. The machine guns did fearful execu tion, sweeping tho pontoons and liter ally annihilating the column which was crossing. As the accuracy of the Russian ar tillery developed, the pontoons col lapsed and hundreds of Germans who had escaped death by machine gun fire Were thrown helplessly Into the Vistula. The Russian Infantry return ed to the river and completed the vic in tory. Hundreds of German prisoners. hardly a man of whom was not wound ed, were brought to' Warsaw, together with a convoy of captured guns and stores. An Austrian submarine was destroyed In the Adriatic by a French cruiser. TERSE TELEGRAMS The supreme court has advanced for hearing on Dec. 7 the Harry K. Thaw extradition case. The Frencn Archeological society has expelled all members of German and Austrian nativity. chief of the German general staff, Is reported killed In battle. The Interstate commerce commission has begun consideration of the reopened advanced rate case. bluejackets have been American laaded at Cape Haytien. Haytl for the protection of American interests. Very Rev. Monslgnore Robert Hugh Benson is dead in London. He was an author of note on religious matters. The son of General Von Moltke,. Navigation through the Panama canal, which was Interrupted ou Oct lp" by a' slide In Culebra cut, Las been resumed. Tho Japanese cruiser Takachlho was sunk by a mine In Kiaochau bay. One officer and nine members of the crew wero saved. Reports from The Hague are that the revolt of Boers in South Africa Is taking on larger proportions and many arrests are being made. The German agricultural council has issued the declaration that this year's crops will bo sufficient to support the country until next year's harvest. The effect which the prohibition of vodka In Russia has had has been a great reduction In crime, disorder and sickness and a great Increase in savings bank accounts. Antwerp was loss damaged by the bombardment than was supposed at first Order has been restored la the city, which is now existing under almost normal conditions. It is believed In certain quarters that tho kaiser will drag Holland into the war through the refusal of the Dutch to permit tbe Germans to break the neutrality of the country through The the use of the River Scheldt Dutch army is said to bo fully (Continued on Pe Elrtji) tryrafsers. Berea if Open-- l,( Student-- A Good Place for YOU! Papro Two. But perhaps an THE CITIZEN October 22, 10! 4. Tliree Month papers aro try ing to explain this memorandum on A family newspaper for all Out It right, tho ground of "a joke." Grim hutrue ind Interesting. mor It would bo at best. The GenmblUhrd every Thiirxtay at Berea. Ky. eral Staff of Prussia nro not known for their Joking. Thcro Is reason to BEREA PUBLISHING CO. boliovo that tho "Memorandum" (Incorpornted) was discussed and that it was rc- FROST, WH. C.H. WERTENBERCER, Mim!i Editor fcrrcd hack for greater detail. Let F. O. BOWMAN, AmiMiat Hiiui us try and think it was just a theo retical excrciso In military strategy Subscription Rates AUVANCK intended for tho education of tho . One Vear . . . General Slaff. fli Months . German-Americ- The Citizen it is best to know. Tho BACK TO THE BIBLE nil their pomp of diction, with the Bcrlptures, la It should be merely the worm agnosllo philosopher. (Conducted a Editee-le-Ch- "Peruse th work of our Bhljosopberss with how mean, how contampttbla aft" (hay, compared possible that a book at one so simple and aubllm Jacques Rousseau, famous French ot mur-Je- an IMMT10NAL SUNWSGWOL the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union.) by THINKING THROUGH THE UNIVERSE HOMAN, A. M, D. D. (President of Willamette University, Salem, Oregon.) Each man Individually, and men col- form big Ideas, generate universal lectively, need great breadth of pur- Ideals applicable to all humanity. The inspirational power ot thinking pose. Some men have within them the By FLETCHER (fly R. School O. HKL.I.EI18, Director Humiey Course, Moody Illblft Institute, Lesson . Ii-- M e or Kspress Money Send money by Order. tiraf l, Rejltered letter, or one nd two oat mmpi. The dte after your niinie on label thowt to It is not whl date your u(crtptlon li paid. If renewal chanrnt within three week after "Ti'lMlnjt number will be ladly aupplled If we f are notified. Liberal terms gWen to any who obtain new aWriptloni for u. Any one endlni u four yearly nutwcriptlons can receive The Cltiten free tot hfmvlf for one year. AdTenlnnt; rate on application ' ushiis or KHNTUCKV PRESS ASSOCIATION. No Whiskey Advertisements! No Immodest Newt Itemsl SIDE LIGHTS ON THE WAR Professor Robertson In view of tho largo place which Germany occupies in tho European war and tho thoroughness of her military system, as shown by tho events of the past weeks, tho question arises, "Has the United States ever come within the scope of Gerplans. This is. many's military perhaps, rather a startling question and does not arouse a pleasant feeling. There have been occasions of friction between the United Slates and Germany, especially regarding Germany's relation to South America. In the German papers one can read such phrases as this: "Germany's hope of colonics cannot be carried out until the insolence of tho United States has been punish ed," or, as it was put by another writer, until the United States had "been taught modesty by feeling German might." A memorandum has come to light and is going the rounds of tho pa pers written by General Edelsheim, a member of tho General Staff of Prussia in charge of military oper ations. Tho memorandum is en tilled "Operations Over tho Sea' nnd it outlines a campaign against tho United States. It was written in 1001. Tho General refers to political friction between the two nations, because of commercial rivalries mainly, frictions thus far settled by Germany giving way, an "obliging attitude", but one which has "its limits." He advoctes, in the memorandum, a combined attack by fleet and army, and says that Ger many is tho only country able to make such an effort, since it alone has both tho army and the fleet. The fleet of tho United States, accord ing to the General, could bo hand led with comparative case sinco it is scattered over two oceans. But such a defeat would not bo enough to compel the United States to sue for peace. It would take an invas ion by tho army. If transports were to start from the pnrls of Germany with soldiers at the same time tho fleet set forth, operations could begin against tho United States in four weeks timo, It is clear the General does not expect much opposition. Tho army that would obstruct tho German path ho reduces to about 20,000 men as the rest would bo busy in defend ing fortifications and keeping the Indians of tho reservations in ord er. The militia might add 100,000 more but they aro poorly equipped with old fashioned guns, inefficient and "worso in discipline than in 'armament." Tho Gcnoral believes that an ex tensivo conquest of tho country would not bo wiso becauso of the great size, but victorious enter prizes on the Atlantic coast, a con quest of the "most important ar teries through which tho Imports and exports pass will create such an unbearable state of affairs" that tho government of the United States will readily offer acceptablo terms of peaco." This will como about when "tho Atlantic harbour towns in which tho threads of tho whole prosperity of tho United States aro concentrated aro torn away from them ono after another." "By interrupting their communications, by destroying all buildings Hint Borvo tho Stulo, commerco, or by taking away all material for war nnd transports nnd lastly by levying heavy contributions wo sliould bo able to inflict dainago on tho United Slates."" Thus doos tho thorough German mind coolly weigh tho possibilities. To an American it feels a little llko looking tho cannon in tho mouth. so, deslro for all around glimpses of knowledge, Tho world especially needs such men this dajr, for humanity ! becoming ono Industrially, one socially, and will ultimately become one religiously, Tho education ot our day recogand nizes these existing condition seeks every aid to bring the race into unity. No one book has had such a dominating Influence In this direction as tho Bible. When many million Tolumoa Importance of Trifles. After n in nil clin.se the escaped luna- of a single book are published Tory tic was carried bock to his ward nnd year and scattered over the wide tho affaire of the asylum were resumed world. It must be because ot the tremendous Influence and power that tho as before. "Bents all." panted nn attendant, book possesses. The Bible has a world"bow the wheels of a largo Institution wide vision. ThoOod ot the universe can be stopped by a loose nut" Rocky and the Qod of Infinite power, the God ot eternity, tho Godot Infinite love and Mountain wisdom, the God who "to loved the world," la the Ood of the Bible. No man can read this great book A FAMILY SCHOOL without getting these vlslona and purposes that are there Inwrought with Lesson on Children in School not only world activity, but universal (Continued from page 1) and eternal activity. Thla In Itself thcro is no uso making the minor compels men to think big thought. repairs unless tho main structure years, but Just now ho has don't is put right first." "I must sco Betty," said Mrs. Clyde be alarmed; it's nothing like so imabruptly, nnd left the room. Mrs. portant as it sounds ho has a slight heart trouble, probably the sequel Sharplcss followed. "Now comes tho first real split." to that light and perhaps mismanDr. Strong turned to Mr. Clyde. aged diphtheria attack. It's quito a "They're going to voto mo down." common result and is nearly always "If it comes to a pinch," said Mr. outgrown, and il shows in almost Clydo quietly, "my wifo will accept unnoticeahle lack of control of hands and feet. I observed Charley's my decision." clumsiness long ago; listened at his 'That is what I want to avoid. Where would my influence with her heart, and heard tho murmur there." "And you never told us I" rebe, if I were obliged to appeal to you on tho very first test of pro- proached the grandmother. fessional authority? No, I shall try "What was tho use? There's to carry this through myself, even nothing to be done; nothing that at the risk of having to seem a little needs to bo done, except watch, and that I've been doing. And I brutal." Mr. Clyde lifted his eyebrows, but didn't want to worry you." ho only nodded, as tho door open'Then I've been punishing him ed and the two women reentered. for what wasn't his fault," said Mrs. "Doctor," said Mrs. Clyde, "if,.in Clydo in a choked voice. a year from now, Betty hasn't out"You have. Don't punish Betty g, II grown tho for what isn't hers," countered tho you may lake what measures you physician, swiftly taking advantthink best." age of tho opening. "Givo her her "In a year from now, the danger chance. Mrs. Clyde, if Bcttyf--rrwill be more advanced. There is my own, she could hardly have not tho faintest chance of correc- wound herself moro closely around tion of the fault without an opera- my heart strings. I want to sco her tion." grow from a strong and beautiful "I can't help ill I can't stand tho child to a strong and beautiful girl, thought of it, now," said Mrs. Clydo and Anally to a strong and beautiful brokenly. "You should sco her, woman. It rests with you. Watch poor baby, as she looks now, asleep her breathing as she sleeps on the lounge in the library, and and tell mo tomorrow." even you, Doctor" (the doctor smilHo roso and left the room. Mr. ed a little awry at that), "couldn't Clydo walked over and put a hand bear to think of tho blood and the softly on his wife's soft hair; ,hcn pain." She was silent, shuddering. brushed her cheek with his lips. "My dear Mrs. Clydo, tho blood "It's up to you, dearest," ho will bo no moro than a nosebleed, gcnUy. J and the pain won't amount to much, Three days later, Betty, overthanks to anaesthesia. Let mo see." hanging tho sido fence, was hoard, He stepped to the door and, opening by her shamelessly eavesdropping it softly, looked in, then beckoned father, imparling information to? her to tho others to join him. next-doneighbor and friend, i The child lay asleep on her side, "You'd ought to get a new nolhe, ono cupped pink hand hanging, tho Thaliy. It don't hurt much,', an' other back of her head. Her jaw breath in' ith hcaplh more fun I" had dropped and tho corner of tho Pondering a chain of suggestions mouth had slackened down in an induced by this advice, Mr. Clyde unnatural droop. Tho breath hiss- walked slowly to tho house. As wa ed a little between tho soft lips. Dr. his habit in thought, ho proceccd Strong closed the door again. to rub tho idea into his chin, which "Well?" he said, and thero was a was quito pink from friction by the suggestion of tho sternness of judg- timo ho reached tho library. ment in tho monosyllable. There he found Dr. Strong and Mrs. "I am her mother." Mrs. Clydo Sharpli'ss in consultation. faced him, a spot of color in each "What are you two conspiring cheek. "A mother is a better judge about?" ho asked, ceasing to 'rub of her children than any doctor can tho troubled spot. bo!" "Matter of school reports," an"You think so?" said Dr. Strong swered tho doctor. Ho glanced at deliberately. "Then I must set you tho other's chin and smiled. "And right. Do you recall sending Char- what is worrying you?" ho asked. ley away from tho tablo for clumsi"I'm wondering whether I haveness, two days ago?" n't made a mistake." "Why, yes." Mrs. Clydo's cxprcss-iv- o "Quito possibly. It's dono by soma eyes widened. "Ho overturned of our best people," remarked tho his glass, after my warning him." physician dryly. "And onco last week for tho saino "Not a pleasant possibility in Ibis tiling?" case. You remember quoting Ro"Yes, but what" chester as lo closing tho schools "Pardon me, do you think your and repairing the children. Today, mother-Judgme- nt was wiso then?" as I heard Betty commenting on her "Well, really, Dr. Strong," said new nose, II suddenly came to mo Mrs. Clydo, flushing, "you will hard- (hat I was obstructing that Tery ly nssumo tho right of control of tho system of repairs by which sho is children's manners" boncllling, for less fortunato young'This is not a question of man- sters In our schools." ners. Thero is whero your error "You I" said Dr. Strong in surlies," interrupted tho doctor. Against prise. your molhcr-Judgme- nt I set my "As president of tho Public Health and I tell you League. Tho Superintendent or now" his voico rose a little from Schools caino to mo with a cbin-plaits accustomed polished smoothness, against Dr. Morrill, 'tho and took on authority "I tell you Health Olliccr, who, ho claimed, .was that tho boy is no moro responsible usurping authority in his sohemo for his clumsiness than IJolty is for for a special inspection system to bad breathing. It's n disease, very cxamino all school children at regfaint but unmistakable." ular intervals." j "Not Charloyl" said his father in"Ought lo havo been established credulously, "Why, ho's as husky as long ago," declared Dr. Stromr. ' a coll." 'Tho Superintendent thinks oth"Ho will bo, pleaso God, in a few erwise. Ho claims that it would mouth-breathino ht, or doctor-Judgment, int The ratification ot the extradition treaty between the United States and Paraguay closet the last ot the refugees for crooks and defaulters fleeing from this country. Bat there Is a dissatisfied element which fear that our JatU will be orercrowded whea there It no longer any place for the undesirable pertont to fly to. LESSON FOR OCTOBER 25 attended 47 banquets," says Elbert JESUS AND JUDAS. Hubbard In a recent number ot The that range through the universe It Philistine. "Sixteen of these were :H-C0; Zlt I.KSSON TEXT Matt. one ot tho flnett educational In" fluonce dry and 18 were At a that can possibly come Into the Uret banquet given by the rltchburg board (JOI.DKN TKXT Woe unto that man of men. No man of Intellectual ability of trade, 00 men present, "Instead of through whom the Son of Man Is beor ot wide sympathy or great force boots thero was a multiplicity of trayed. Matt. M.42 It. V. In any lino ran read the Bible with . , , The whole apple atmosout being enriched, broadened, awak- phere was orderly, systematic, kindNo llteraturo has a more terrible ened to the meaning of life. ly, good natured and charged with the story than that of Judas. Matthew Tbo Bible arouses a man not only acUnlc ray of Individuality. With all gives us perhaps tbo fullest account to think about his personal llfo, but of It, there was plenty of laughter. or his last acta and tho part he had In kindle with enlivening power hi ap- A man who can laugh unless he those final hours of tho suffering and preciation ot his relation to society. Is In the hand ofnot John Barleycorn, Is death of Jctu. The thoughtful reader of the Blblo re- not much of a man. Mary's act of anointing, by Josus after all." ceives lessons In Integrity, In legislaSpeaking ot another commercial commended, and by Judas condemned, tion and government. In Industrial club ho says, "No one think of caused the latter to fare forth for hit betterment. In social service of the putting anything Into would mouth to final act of faithless Infamy. Con bis highest order, In sacrifices for tho elesteal away his brains while attending trasted with the odor ot her good deed, vation of social institutions. the flreater Dayton association meet- wo here baro the stench of an evil Servlco Is the keynoto of the Scrip- ings." deed. tures. In the twentloth century It la (1) Th I. The Bargain, vv. And further: "The Ad Clubs have likewise the keynote of education. It very sensibly Disappointed In his set themselves against Price, vv. Is Impossible for the educated man to J. Barleycorn. The ad clubs stand hopes that Jesut would establish an get an understanding of the finest for ldealt In connection with social serv- Is business efficiency. And the Idea earthly kingdom wherein he should pretty thoroughly circulated among hold a high position, stung by the relco and governmental purity without (cf. John 12:4-8- ) and a careful study of the Ideals of the ad men that booze and business do buke ot vv. not blend. Ono thing my banquet- moved by cupidity, Judas hurries to Bible. Consequently, no education 1 ing experience ha worked out In my tho enemies ot Jesus (see John 13: complete without the Scriptures. convolutions, and that la this: It !s an 27). He saw no further opportunity (Copyrlsht. lilt, by Joseph D. Bowles.) absolute fallacy to suppose that a to profit through "holding tbo bag," large toof men John 13.29, and so got what ho could intcrfero with school routine It's gether number Indulge can sot get In flow of soul from the rulers, and lie estimated his the duty of the health officials, without flow ot bowl. There Is noth- worth at 30 pieces of silver about sev to control epidemics without ing between boose and business that entcen or nineteen dollars, or the to keep sickness out of tho schools forms a bond. The two aro much bet-te- r valuo of a slave; sen Ki. 21:22 and separated. Therefore, It seems to Phil. 2:7, also the prophecy of Zechar-Is-h not to hunt around, among tho chit 11:12-13- . drcn, scaring them to death nbou' me a superfluity for any board ot Hate, envy, disappointed diseases that probably aren't there.' trade or chamber of commerce to ever ambition, and cupidity drovn Judas allow Colonel Tlarleycorn a place at with relentlesiness In hi final act ot Dr. Strong muttered somethinj their boards. Business stands for hu- Infamy. Verily, "Whatsoever a man which Grandma Sharplcss pretend man betterment. All of which Is her reap." Gal. ed not to hear. "And you've agreed presented with malice towards none, sowcth, that shall he also A 6:7. (2) The Penalty, vv. to support him in that altitude?' and charity for all." wo read the various account of that ho queried. tragic last night we note that being "Well. I'm afraid I've half com- -- HAS QUIT QOOD AND HARD." warned and singled from among the mitted myself." In the 8aturday Evening Post, Will-laother disciples In no wiso moved Judas Allen White recenUy outlined In to repentence. Tho conspiracy, see "Heaven forgive you I Why, scr had been consumhere, Clyde, your superintendent characteristically virile fashion the Matt. 26:1-5- , mated before that last meeting In the talks of keeping sickness out of the situation In Kansas. "Tho wet and dry Issue now rarely upper room. schools. Doesn't that mean keepMust Be Born Again. ing sickness out of tho pupils comes Into a political contest In Kansas. Formerly, In tho days of the There's juft ono way to do that 'SO's, the suspicion that a man conEven graco cannot savo us In our get every child into the best pos- sorted with tho temperance advocates slna. All ot his gifts, hi nearness to sible condition of repair eyes, ears, handicapped n candidate. Now evnn the Son ot Rod, hi knowledge, first nose, throat, teeth, stomach, CVCry-lliithe faint suspicion that a man has a banded, of thoso marvelous teachings ot Jesus, did not grip bis heart. Head finil mntnlnln Ihprii In Hinl friend who drinks or a brother-in-lawho Is married to the third cousin of a knowledge alone never saved anyone. state. Then disease will havo n It Is not enough even to be numbered hard timo breaking down tho nat- man who kept a drug store In the '90's among the disciple. There must be a I a system. I carryload that few men In - politics can new creation, we must bo born again, ural resistance of tho successfully. Any- man who Damaged organs in a child aro like want to w4n makes votes by abusing John 3.7. In vorie 24 we read the flaws in n ship's armor-plat- e; final warning and John tells us (13:27) a vital tho liquor traffic. It Is a safe a weakening of tho defenses. And diversion as lighting Into tho that following these words ho Is comremember, tho child is always bat- Turk, and Infinitely safer In Kansas manded to "go out quickly." II. The Detrayal, vv. There tling against ono besieging germ or than going after Wall street, for the great red dragon has noma frlonds, but aro four stages In this eplsodo: (t) In another." house, ot Simon "Why can't medical science wipe no one defends the rum fiend. He Is the by Mary; (2) at the anointing ot Jesus Tho one just conparalyied beyond recovery." out tho germs." demanded Mrs. "Kanina ba quit good and hard." Is sidered and which took placo In the Sharplcss. "It's always claiming th way Mr, Whlto summarizes IL "upper room" In connection with tho to do such wonders." Tassover feast; (3) The third Is the subject ot "! paragraph and took In BEER MOST ANIMALIZINQ. "In a few instances it can. typhoid wo light and win tho battlo The following utterance concerning placo In the Garden following the from the outside by doing that very the effects of boor upon the physical events ot last week's lesson, This ' thing. In smallpox, and to a lesser and moral nature ba been made by i picture has been painted so often as to be all. The extent in diphtheria, wc can build the New York officers of the Home Man, familiar to us apostate Son ot disciple, tho advancing up an effectivo arlillcial barrier by Life Insurance company: "Or all Intoxicating drinks. It Is the tho mob; what an appalling scene. inoculation. But, as medical men most anlmallzlng. It dulls the In- Judas had probably led first to tho nro now coming lo realize, in the tellectual and moral, and feeds the house whence ho bad left Jesus. Findcontagions of sensual and beastly nature. Beyond ing Jesus and tho disciple other important bad (v. 30) lie knew where, in all whooping-coug- h, all childhood, measles, other drinks, It qualifies tor deliband scarlet fever, wo must erate and unprovoked crime. In this probability, ho would find tho Master. fight tho tliseaso from Inside tho in- respect It Is much worse than dis- It was n familiar resort for Josus and his dividual; that is, make ns nearly tilled liquors. A whisky drinker will oftendisciple, John 18:2, 3. Judas had same olive trees snt under impregnable as possible the natur- commit murder only under the di- and listened to theso who "taught a him rect excitement ot liquor, a beer st al fortifications of tho body to drinker Is capable of doing It In cold never man taught." It was also a anil repel tho invasion. That blood. Long observation has assured place sacred to prayer. How things is what school medical inspection us that a large proportion of mur- aro changed. Judas had allowed Satan aims at." ders deliberately planned and exe- to enter his heart (John 13:27, seo also "You wouldn't rank whooping-coug- h cuted without passion or malice, with James 4 7) and with eager feet ho and measles with scarlet fev- no other motlvo than tho acquisition crosses tho brook Kedron, past the disciples and Into tho presenco ot er, would you?" said Mrs. Sharp-les- s of property or money, often of trifling Joeus to betray htm with a kiss. value, are perpetrated by beer drinkincredulously. ers." The Final Stage. "Why not? Although scarlet fevIII. "Ha Went and Hanged Him. s, er lias tho worst Tho fourth and final self" 27:3-10- . though not much more serious than PROTE8T OF as soda-- 1 stage Is reached when, seeing that The Dakota Evangelical thoso of measles, the three oro al- tlon, embraolng North and South DaJesus Is condemned and about to be most equal so far as the dcatli-rat- o kota and a part of Montana, repre-- 1 executed, Judan, filled with remorse, is concerned." sontB about 40,000 carried back tho 30 pieces of sS.e'r to "Surely not!" protested tho old At Its laat annual conference this body I tho chief priest and tho elders. What lady. "Why, I'd rather havo meas- In a resolution declaring for national an exhibition of hypocrisy thoy evidenced, not to tako tbo prlco of blood, les in tho house (en limes, or temperance made this statement: s aro not all forsooth! Judas did not really repent. whooping-coug- h either, than scar- In "We of license and 'pergonal lib- The word here used for "repent" la favor let fover once." erty,' but resent the effort that Is be rather that bo suffered remorse, and "You're about ten limes as likely ing made by the liquor Interests to that does not necessarily Involvo relo havo." crento the Impression that the Cler- - pentance ns wo alt know. Had ho Sho looked puzzled. are tho unanimous truly repented ho would not havo "But what did you mean by saying Hint ono of champions of tho liquor traffic. Wo re--1 hanged himself and ho would have gard such an Insinuation a a groat been saved even as the repentant thief 'em Is as bad as tho other?" "That it's as dangerous lo tho Insult to a largo number ot our best was saved. Thero Ib no necessary contradiction community, though not to tho indi- citizens and emphatically enter between this and tho account given in vidual." Acts 1:8. "If ho hanged himself In tho "Just a lltllo loo deep for me, QREAT FALLACY. 'field of blood' nnd tlio ropo broko tho too," confessed .Mr. Clydo. There never was a greater fallaoy account given In Acts would naturally "Yet, it's perfectly simple Here, than that a community, eta to or nation follow." tako an example. Would you rath- must depend on the liquor trafllo for( The Teaching. As we recall theso er bo hilteu by a rattlesnake or a money to pay Its running expense. final thing In tho life ot Judas wo mosquito?" Tho greatest flnanolal stroke tho peo- must remember that they aro not tho ple can make Is to close ovory saloon beginnings of his defection. Tho de"A mosquito, of courso." "Naturally. Yet n rattlcsnako and thus relieve th taxpayera from velopment ot tbo live ot Judas and I'etcr are profoundly dlffurenL Both country is n good deal safer limn a much ot tho burden they are now looked for a temporal kingdom and mosquito country. You wouldn't both were out of sympathy with tho hesitate, on account of your health, teachings of Jesus as to tbo necessity TIME TO THINK. rattlo-snak- es to niovo to Arizona, where Laws have been made striving to of his death. Oae, for personal gain, live?" koep men sober on election day, but betrayed, and the other, for "I suppose not." denied his Lord. When Judas what we want it to keep the citizen "But you would bo afraid to es- ship ot America sober erery day in saw Jesus condemned, ho too taw tho tablish your family in tho malari- the yoar, so that they will have had end of bis drenms the tamo as Petor. full timo to know what liberty meant, In that hour ho committed suicide, an ous swamps of tho South?" to know what the welfare of America act ot cowardice ot tho wont kind. "Certainly." maaus. Archbishop Ireland. (Continued on pige Six) -semi-arid." s. 14-214-110-1- 3 17-2ni al 47-5ro-siafter-effectGERMAN-AMERICANGerman-AmericanI I Qerman-Amerlcanpro-est- ." BOOZE AND BU8INE88. "During tho last six months I have ' oar-ryln- g. J. V October 22, 1014. nre crruMN Pago Throe. Blowing Your Own Horn Farm nnd Fircsldo says: HEN; HOW TO "Speaking of advertising, L. L. KENTUCKY Klinefelter 6f New Mexico offers a Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Scriptural text which wo aro GET HER AND KEEP HER WORKING Investigator to locnto In Holy Writ: 'Who so blowcth not his own horn, tho horn of that man shall not be Do Yo Want to Hyo a Part in tfce Kf g est Daj That Berea Affords? blown I'" Mre Interest Taken in the Raising of Pure Bred Poultry Hntunlay, October 31, will ho tho which ling Just heen ndtlctl. This Than In the Common Stuff or Mongrels Small A Precocious Pullet greatest exhibit (lay ovor held In ulono is enough lo causa overy girl tho nnl mother lo coino lo Keren. Per Cent of Eggs are Fit for Market In tho current issue of Farm and Kentucky. Korea will havo Ilrlng nil exhibits lo Korea on Frl- - Fircsldo nppenrs tho folowlng lit honor of entertaining tho most progressive nnd chief corner stones of day, October 30, ns far ns possible. tle account of a precocious pullet: pay every It raise only best. The first few days after moving our Commonwealth over fathered Time is precious, nnd Saturday wont "An egg laid January 1, 1014, puro will poultry. farmer to take more the feed should bo light ns a hungry You will bred nnd into buildings on bo long enough nflor you got horo hatched January 21st tho Leghorn Interest and pride In them and thereby hen will scratch around and explore, on its streets and see tho products of our homo pullet chick which waxed strong, give them better care; they attract thereby becoming acquainted much Hint day. growing by leaps and bounds until m6ro attention and therefore are In sooner than a hen that Is not hungry. Notice the Poultry Club exhibit farms. Juno 2nd (131 (lays from tho shell), greater demand; they are bettor lay There should always be about eight when her first egg was laid, making era; their eggs aro moro uniform In Inches deep Inviting litter In which the hena there POULTRY SHOW IN CONNECTIONWITH BEREA CORN SHOW SATURher cyclo from shell to shell in size sand color and by having pure bred should can scratch. After this supply be an especial effort to DAY, OCTOBER 31 stock you aro more apt to four months nnd cloven days. dispose your excess stock at a pre her with the proper proportion ot "This precocious pullet Is a mium. of You may claim it costs too green and meat food which are so lack- Tho Poultry Clubs of Mndlion the leading poultry men of Ken Ellng at this season ot the year. I do County arc lo put on n hlghrlnsa lucky and other .stales. About 75 Pennsylvania product owned by not think the hen should be confined Wo havo the yearly subscriptions to tho leading lis A. Kallard." poultry exhibit. altogether at this season, but In bad Six poultry promise of 10 coops with two or poultry Journals. weather she should ba kept housed and Farmer or tho following books. One dozen poultry punches. A Successful three birds each at all times the runs should be lim on a Farm Wynndoltc, Klack Minorca. 1000 leg markers. Several pnekngej breeds: ited. Before placing the birds In their While- Leghorn, lthodo Island Ilcds, of lieu killer nnd improved poultry In tho current issue or Farm and winter house they should each bo care food. Kesides some cash prizes for Fireside, tho national farm pnpor fully gone over for lice or scaly legs. Klnck Orpingtons, Silver Wynndolt, Every bird with signs of these must be I'artrldgo Wyandott, KulT Cochin, the sweep Slakes. published at Springfield, Ohio, apMillions will bo given for first and pears an interesting account of a treated. Kantoms, While Plymouth Hocks, No attempt Is made to bring about Wisconsin farmer 37 years old who, Pilt (James, and Kard Plymouth second pens of nil breeds shown. summer conditions so far as warmth State Agent of tho Poultry Club starting 10 years ago with nothing, Hocks. is concerned. Tho cold Is valued as livery boy member of the Poultry Work, Mr. II. W. Hlckcy, will bo here has made a splendid success on a an aid to good appetites and heavy enter nl least one pair. and help make this go. Club should farm. This farmer's namo feeding, but the aim Is to supply them Don't you want better breeds of is August Fisher, and ho lives in The prizes nro perhaps tho best with all the food elements they would If so como lo Korea and Dunn County, Wisconsin. Follow get In summer and enough to take care Hint havo ever been offered in tills chickens? of the cold besides. section. Among tho prizes aro the select what you want, nnd nsk for ing is an extract from tho articio: following: 12 sellings of eggs from them. 'They are raising flvo children, the oldest of which is nino years, all IN loes yield more than three times as ns bright and healthy as any chilCAMPAIGN EDUCATIONAL much per aero as corn and in view dren you over saw. A houso and JACKSON COUNTY Better Schools, Better Farming. of tho fact that you can Und a ready barn have been built, both of which White Wyandotte strong vigorous Better Orchards, and Better Roads market for nil you raise over nnd arc well suited to Ihcir needs. The malet are more valuable than females, may congratu- above your own use, would it not houso is a Jackson County structure, built for they are valued at half the flock. ssaaaalaaaaaaaaaaTaal late herself becauso of Supcrin-lenile- pay you to givo some attention to nnd planned throughout with a much to get started, but this Is only J.J. Davis planning nnd ex- seed selection as you dig your po view lo promoting the health and fencing-- aa most farmers have scrap ik!ataaaaaaaaaaaaaaatl (aloes nnd plant n larger patch next happiness of tho family. ecuting this campaign. He wns Iron around their place which If sold by Prof. William Martin of year. "Now remember, please, that all would bring enough to buy several Richmond, who is well known this has been accomplished in ten settings of good eggs or even a pen FARM FACTS throughout the county. Kesides years on a farm, ot good stock. We have never known Prof. Martin, Mr. Reynolds, County not all under cultivation, and that of a single Instance where a man has By Peter Radford made a success ot the poultry business Agent of Jnckson County, who Is in Agriculture needs all tho great without incurring any debt ex- to any great degree where be has used employ of tho Kurcau of Plant men it can gel. cept dol common stuff or mongrels. the the one thousand A very Industry took an aclivo pnrl In tho Mr. Fisher bor small per cent ot the eggs from comIn union there is strength nnd in lars which campaign. Mr. Reynolds work was rowed his. father, from and mon fowls are fit to sell as first class. there is profit. to organize Corn Club in Jnckson Tho farmer can neither help him- which he used in tho beginning Then you do not get the same value Put floors off the ground. It avoids County. Jnckson County tencbers self nor be helped by others until when ho was buying the farm. for your feed. There Is no mongrel or common chicken that will compare dampnet and allows a loafing place responded heartily. The good peo- he organizes. "Mr. Fisher has had two princiIn hot days. with the egg producing breeds. ple served dinner on the grounds nt The economic distribution of farm pal sources of incomo his dairy Having settled the question ot pure However, after all else has been said each place and nil had an enjoyable products is today Ibo world's great- and hogs. Ho had eight cows be bred stock or mongrel we have next to lime. sides eight or ten heifers when wo consider, the breed, then the variety. and done the ultimate results are with est problem. tho feeder. A good dry mash should Our transportation system nro the were there, and ho sells about Surely there are enough ot these to be kept before the fowls at all times, MORE AND BETTER POTATOES agriculture and can bo twenty hogs each year. His cream satisfy any taste. Breed Is a race of Of course, this should be kept In hop dray carts of By J. W. Whltehouse mailo capable peddlers of farm pro- checks nt a local creamery havo fowls the members ot which maintain pers. A good mash Is composed of the through You havo been informed been about ono hundred dollars distinct characteristics which they pos following: ducts. example, the tl&lWeM4uHM Md by speakers of The middleman is nothing more per month from the eight cows." sess In common, For common, same 100 pounds bran. Wyandottes possess in your seed than 200 pounds middlings or shortings, hand but ho is ablo lo 200 pounds corn trkrmiin tk4. There are ns Ux his own wages nnd to colled Common Causes of Farm Accidents color of skin, but differ In plumage. 300 pounds groundmeaL oats. "reasons why you them nnd to multiply his transac''ureal In the current issue of Farm and The color determines the variety. 35 pounds pondered charcoal. should scleot your seed potatoes the tions as he pleases. There are a number of breeds ot Fireside D. S. Durch, associato cdi 250 pounds dry beef craps. poultry which we call general purpose same way. When digging potatoes Itumper crops without market tor of that publication, writes 7fi pounds alfalfa meal. arc somo facilities havo sent more farmers highly entertaining and suggeslivo you will nollco that there 5G pounds gluten meal. 25 pounds old process oil meal. hills which havo two or three very staggering down tho back alleys of article entitled "Farm Tragedie- s8 pounds fine table salt lino potatoes, others which have agriculture than all Hio pests nnd How They Happen," in which ho It Is also well to moisten a portion n great number of potatoes loo small droughts Hint ever cursed tho na- describes many such accidents and of this mash with buttermilk and teed nnd still other hills which tion. for use, tolls how farmers might avoid them all they will clean up greedily, once a havo 5 to 10 nearly uniform, medium Ho cautions farmers lo bo careful in dar. licd nolatoes. BAD dealing with tho things mentioned BEE BUSINESS Then for grain feed In winter mix you wilt givo If nt dijgglng time 200 pounds cracked corn and 100 havo just below, and tells how to cscapo Kentucky In pounds wheat and feed one quart to a little attention to tho potatoes m-3- ' completed gathering the 1914 honoy danger in dealing with many 'of aaVeach hill and will put aside for next crop. According to tho Kurcau of them. 4 year's seed, potatoes from the hills Crop Estimates of tho United States Machinery produced several medium-size- d Department which Corn shredders tho of Agriculture, potatoes you will find if this yield per colony of bees was 8 Corn busker is practiced for a few yenrs tho pounds. In 1013 tho production per Feed cutters yield or potatoes will bo Increased hive was 40 pounds. Circular saws , yield by hair and in some caso tho Ensilage cutlers Tho decrease is said lo be duo has been doubled in three or four to tho shortage of the wild ilower Threshing machines yen ro. Traction engines crop this season. Having selected tho seed potatoes Mowing machines The latest census figures of tho A good type for the farm White for next year from Hio best hills heo and honoy industry ot this Stalo Live Wyandotte. tho next, thing is to nrrango to keep relato to 1010. That year thoro horses breeds and others we call egg breeds. them In good condition through tho word 35,003 farms in Kentucky that Ugly bulls In egg breeds we have those whose cheaply winter. This is easily and Kicking cows one purpose In lite Is egg producing. plenty of grata spot, kept bees and tho total number of White Wyandotte Select n done. Habid and ugly dogs Among these the 'Leghorns, MInorcas run for a good egg yield. A very good colonies was 152,091. illir a hole 18 inches lo 2 feet deep General Equipment and Spanish are most used. While type of house. nnd put in tho potatoes rounding there are other good egg laying breeds, Weak ladders mo center. Tea Plantation at San Diego bens twice each day. them up nicely in they have not been bred exclusively each twenty-fiv- e Pitchforks morning and noon. This should be The tea plantation which has Next cover them with straw (wheat, for laying-EggOld harness breeds are not adapted to gen. thrown In tho eight inch litter on the rvol nnd over this throw 3 or l in been brought to San Diego from Other Causes eral purpose, their business Is to lay floor ot the poultry bouse as tnls removed rrom Ceylon, consists of 200 tea plants dies of dirt which was Grado crossings eggs and not to hatch and rear a fam crakes the hens exercise. In summer hole. This layer of dirt is allowed which aro in chnrgo.of a Singalcso Weak bridges ily, nor do they produce as much meat. we change this mixture to 100 pounds another hcavlor nurseryman, and throughout 1915 to frcezo and then The business hen is In reality an egg cracked corn and 20 pounds wheat and Firearms and explosives layer of straw und dirt piled upon it tho natives will cultivate tho treqs machine and should be thought of aa In spring and fall feed equal parts Poisons and disinfectants ouo or two inches thick making a and strip from thorn tho commersuch. It a hen Is to produce two hun cracked corn and wheat. Tbey are Oil stoves Potatoes cial tea leaves, turning them over mound. nioo rounded dred eggs In one year, she has to eat fed as much grit, shell and sprouted Dangerous roads toey vlll in this way will remain In to tho girls who will euro them nnd and digest a wonderful amount of food. cats or other green food as stored Rusty nails go on the roost nlgnt after eat. We generally use about two tllO Hist of prcparo thorn for serving to visifr.wwl condition until She should Misuso of matches night with her crop packed. Many square inches of sprouted oats per April. Potatoes for tho homo uso tors in tho pavilion at tho center Departfarmers In attempting to reach a high fowl. D. D. Slade, Poultry Expert. a similar maimer. of tho plantation. progress may bo kept in Tho Bishop F. W. Wnrno of the Meth egg average In their flock make It a ment, Kentucky Agricultural A dry covo ofen makes a safo nnd made in tho two months during odist Episcopal church says: "Six practice to feel the crop ot the hen ment Station. hich thoy havo been growing at years ago, when desirnblo placo lo storo potntocs. ourflrst mission after she Is on the roost and If It Is STALLION Diego, I said in tho beginning that it wns San indicates that Sir arics went inlo Tirhoot, North India, found flabby every night she is dig U8INQ PERCHKRON perhaps mora important to givo Thnnas Liplon's experiment has many of (ho villagers would flee or carded. A Fercheron stallion fourteen years Is why pullets, which are des 'special attention to growing pota- been successful nnd that toa of deliberately closo their doors so This ot ago In good physical condition re toes than lo corn. I want to hack gcod commercial value can bo that not a singlo Individual could tlned to become the layers ot the ceiving the right kind of feed and flock, should not be reared In small Thoro bo that slaloincnl up with somo facts. giown in tho Southwest. readied. In contrast with this, The feeding ot growing exercise can be bred to 100 maree dur Kentucky imports from oUier states arc distinct possibilities for n greit today wo havo in tho samo district quarters.kept poultry In cramped quarters must ing one ssason without Injury. (Michigan, Now York, and MnlnoJ Au'iCiicnn industry of the future. ever four thousand Christians and necessarily be complicated It It Is to thousands of bushels of potatoes fully ton thousand more clamoring be successful and the pullet reaches HOW TO PLANT GOOD KAFIR, maturity with digestion weakened and each year which moans that hunThe radioactive substance known m Icr baptism." Olve kar a square deal this time. unable to stand the strain of the work dreds of dollars nro going to other Otto Uahn of which ot heavy egg production. If people If you should get It too thick plow states which should bo going inlo meaothorlnm to b Dr. Eleven Presbyterian churches (U ot the cities and any others who are up every other row and plant pea valuable in the nerlln declares tho pockets of tho fanners of Kentreatment ot cancer, la Mid to bar S. A.) received two hundred mem keeping hens in small quarters would nuts or cowpeai Instead, making the tucky. Tho 1010 census shows that bea bought by syndicate of phlUm-- bcrs or moro on profession of faith realist the advantage ot buying free kaflr rows seven feet apart. tho averago Incomo per aero for corn threptaU with the assistance) ot the during tho past church year. The raM pullets Instead ot trying to raise whllo potatoes HEARTY EATERS. In Kentucky Is IU.08 town couBolI and the central low two reporting the largest number thAr 'laying stock they would realise yields an Incomo of 18.8o per noro. ace bureau tor the RMae proviae, Africa, 781, and Laos, Chlong Mai eaiaMarable gain. All cows that are hearty eater ara , AM pullets that are to be kept as Tho mining camps throughout tho the price paid being ItS.OeO. But tka 721. wlataar layers should be fully matured not profitable producers, but all pro'mountain region stales Import near-l- y trattmeat wUl not k pepalar UU Um feajMlber 1st.' They should then be fitable producers are usually hearty VVuWI all of their potatoes which, they e Vet Ue jiiMaia la It as com- la tneir winter quarters, m atera. would profor to ijuy from the la m44 tec "Can I Intereet you la a pocket Ufa aaU kill e, bjti ployed that a house with preaerverr' asked theageot In whlolf thoy aro located munlty aejh yatiiMjt, u4 (Ml om waai oaaaa Kms them growing the pig aud space ot five feet per ban and "What else U It plat 'or naif plntr a and savo frolght bills. maj v cuiiureu front, canvas covered wltt aw demanded the busy man. Cincinnati VIU figures showing that pola- a4 fajaara foot eaam to ck haa, ta rKl table and profitable, Enquirer. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FEEDING COWS FOR MILK PRODUCTION In addition to roughage consisting of sllnge nnd nlfnlfn mi excellent ration for dairy cows can be provided by mixing together equnl parts of such feeds ns ground corn, ground outs, bran, gluten feed, distillers' grain, cottonseed meal, linseed meal nnd hominy feed. Such n ration may be termed a basic ration, says Kimball's Dairy Farmer. After starting the cow on fivo or six pounds of It tbrcc days after freshening the ration may be f raised at the rate of pound every other day, nnd Just occasionally tho Increase may be ns great as ono pound. It should be remembered that during the first thirty days If the cow Is In proper condition she will mako as great response to the addition ot one-hapound or one pound of grain as she will to four or five pounds, nnd by retaining tho opportunity for Increasing the ration more often It Is one-hallf un-ab- lo first-clas- 47-A- ro ten-roo- m nt , ed -- forty-seven-oc- ro Tho Jersey cow la the most economic vroducer of milk for all purposes of dairying, say admirers of the breed that Is, she will produce a pound of butter fat or a pound of milk solids from less feed than any other breed of dairy cow. This has been proved In competitive public! teats. The high percentage of fat In Jersey milk and Its "churnabll-Ity- " make It the best for butter making. The cow herewith pictured is a Jersey of high degree. EH tiijcyo'lcctit. nr'ater bee-keep- - " "fl Stock-Treach- erous possible to bring tho cow to a larger flow of milk. Care must be exercised after the cow has closely approached the limit of the amount of food she can consume without hurting herself In twenty-fou- t hours, nnd by no means at that time .should tho ration be Increased more f pound every othrapidly than er day. Every cow has two limits namely, the limit of ber capacity and the limit of her ability. The limit of her capacity signifies the amount of food hours. she can consume in twenty-fou- r The limit or her ability signifies the amount of milk she Is capable of giving In twenty-fou- r Tiours. Wise feeders do not try to reach tho limit of a cow's capacity, bnt strive to provide her with Just as much feed as la necessary to stimulate her to work to tho limit ot her ability. Thero la no way of determining this other than by weighing the feed and weighing the milk. After the cow has reached tho limit of ber ability to yield Bilk the feeder needs to change ber ratloa from time to time both In character and amount In order that the cow keep In good working condition and produces ber maximum amount of milk. If it be noted that the cow la producing a largo flow of milk and becoming thin In flesh, then It is necessary to add carbohydrates to the ration In substitution for some of the protein food. Carbonaceous foods are as follows: Ground corn, hominy feed, corn silage nnd barley. On the other hand. If the cow seems to be laying fat upon her body nt the expense of the milk pail, then it Is ndvlsablo to substitute for a portion of the carbonaceous foods tboso rich In protein, such as gluten feed, oil meal, bran and ground oats. one-hal- well-drain- ed COST OF SILAGE. Varis Widely In Different 8eetlon of the United States. Investigations conducted by the dairy division of tho United States depart- s ment ot agriculture during the past silos In few years with eighty-seve- n various parts of tbe United States Indicate tho cost of filling to be an aver-ag- o of 87 cents per ton. The cost of growing the silage crop wns f 1.53 per ton on the average, which, added to tbe filling cost, makes tbe average total cost of silage $2.45 per ton. However, no definite statement can be made as to tbe exact cost ot silage, as so much depends upon tbe yield per acre, cost of production and other conditions that vary so greatly In different sections of the country. For the Individual farms under consideration the cost ot silage varied from $1.10 to $5.42 per ton. Tbe Investigators state that $1.50 to $3.50 per ton represents the limits between which most of tbe silage Is produced. Rap Pasture For Hog. A good, mellow seed bed should be prepared, and the richer tbe ground the greater will be the production of forage. Tbe crop will ordinarily bo ready to grate in six weeks from the time it is sown. When It has reached a height of ten or twelvo Inches the hogs may bo turned In. If It Is allowed to get too large and rank tbe hoga may not eat It readily. Where several lot are available It Is a splendid plan to make succcsslro seeding so that the bogs may be moved to a fresh lot as Boon aa one U grated down. If rape a la not grazed too closely It will to grow when the bog are removed, and later they may be turned con-tlfiu- tat Vina ntU. Msa uv uj a again. You and Your Family Need The Citizen Every Week - Subscribe Today a - Pago Four. THK CITIZEN October 22, 10(4. LOCAL PAGE NEVS OF BKRHA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES We believe our Fall stocks comfFall Suits, $18, $25 and down to $12, $15 prise the very things that college Very Smart Balmacans, $10 to $20 men and young men will want to are the Mackinaws, $8 to $12 most exacting tastes wear. The will surely meet with satisfacnew Florsheim Shoes, $5, $6 Tucked Shirts, $1, BRICK & EVANS Nearly all of the Fire Insurance Companies have withdrawn from the state, but Breck CB. Evans have some Old Strong Companies that will furnish Any Kind of Insurance you want. THE OGC STUDIO O. CPURKEY, Prop. High Class Photographs, Enlarging, Kodac Finishing Picture Framing Bre Bank and Trait Co. Orr BARGAINS WATCIES WATCHES Go to Marcna'i to get your jew- quarterly meeting occasion for tho elry. Everything guaranteed. Prlcea At 3:00 Berea Methodist Church. (he lowest, quality considered. p. m. tho business session was held Next door to Clarkston'a HardMiss Sarah Ely, who is nurse in the presided over by the District Supt. hospital at Iluckhorn, Ky, is vis ware, Main Street. Rev. Ragan. It was an interesting Coyle this iting Mr. and Mrs. E. F. session and much interest and enweek. ls L. & N, TIME TAILE thusiasm was shown by tho Pure lard in 501b cans at Welch's of the church. According to North Bound, Local ad. for 16.00. . the reports everything is in line 7:00 a. m. 10:55 p. m Knoxville Miss Jean Cameron entertained working order and a very promis3:51 a. m 1:07 p.m. BEREA Sunday school class with a ing year is before tho new pastor, 7:45 a. m her 0:15 p. m. Cincinnati marshmallow feast at the Tavern the Rev. Brown. The Junior nnd South Bound, Local Monday evening. Epworth Leagues arc in a most 8:15 p. m last 0:40 a. m. Cincinnati Miss Mary Gougb, one of the new Nourishing condition as well as the 12:37 p. m. 12:25 a. m BEREA Sunday School. The evening ser5:50 a. m, teachers in the Foundation schools, 7:00 p. m. Knoxville left Wednesday for Kalamazoo, vice was conducted by tho District Express Train Mich, where she will study for the Supt. After n very good sermon by No 33 will slop to tako on passen balance of the semester, returning im the sacrament of the Lord's gers for Knoxville and points beyond in January. Many Supper was administered. South Bound Miss Mary Minnich, of Charleslook part in this and all received 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati ton, V. Va, is here for an extended a spiritual uplift. 11:45 a. in. BEREA visit with her sister,' Mrs. Tarlton No. 32 will slop at Berea to take DEATH Or MRS. S. L. LUCAS Combs. Miss Minnich recently on passengers for Cincinnati, 0., and Death came very suddenly lo Mrs. underwent a very serious operation points beyond. S. L. Luras on Friday, the tOtli. Portland Cement at Welch's 55c North Bound She was the daughter of M. B. RamMr. D. L. Scoles' friends will be BEREA 4:55 p. m. sey, one of the 11 rat settlers of this glad to know that he is now teach 8:50 p. m. Cincinnati country. She shall be nilsed much ing Chemistry nd Physics in the She Monroo High School of Monroe, Wis in church and social circles. COMING EVENTS was exceedingly kind nnd gentle to and an enthusiastic reader of The October those about her. Her deeds of charCitizen. 31. Berea Corn Show. ity shall never he known only lo It is very gratifying to hear from Hue many friends of The Citizen the recipients of tho same. It was November. that quiet way that sho possessed 11, Lyceum Number Strickland from every point of the compass that enabled her to do so many litand their kind words of apprecia Gillilan. tle acts f( kindness to those about tion for The Citizen and the great 21, Lyceum Number Reading; She was a member of the her. work it is doing. Do something Garghill Beccher. Union Church. Tho funeral and 20, Thanksgiving Day. 9:45 a. m, worth while and the folk are sure burial took place October lOth nt Procession. 10:00 a. m. Thanksgiv- to say something for or against you the church and Berea Cemetery. Dr. ing Sermon and Praise meeting, Get that stove at Welch's, (ad) -Roberts officiated, assisted by Prof. 2:) p.m. Spoils. 4:30 p. m. Depart In the examination of the State Dodgo.' Tho bereaved husband, Mr. Receptions. 5:15 p. ni. Din Board of Pharmacy held at Berea mental S. L. Lucas wishes to express his ner ana loasis. last week, the highest grade was gratitude and appreciation to his jtfak aid Ceatar Sts., Berea, Ky. always ready to do you made by William RCrcech of Poor Wo ure many friends for their great kind good. If you make known your Fork, Harlan County. Mr. Creech was a student of Berea before atwants wo can better serve you. If you do not tako The Citizen, this tending the Medical College at is what your system needs. Sixty Louisville. Friends of John S. Baker will be Come in Corn doses ono dollar. glad to know that he is serving as Show Day and begin the remedy. War has been declared on high a Corporal in Amb. Co. No. 3 of the prices at Welch's. (ad) U. S. A. in Texas City, Texas. He Miss Ethel Brewer of Richmond was a former student of Berea and visited Mrs. M. E. Spence this week. resident of London. Prof. Hunt's parents, the Rev. and Eggs now 20o at Welch's. (ad) Mrs. V. R. Hunt of Hardinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Cornel ison will Ky.. are visiting at his home on move to Paint Lick during this week Jackson St. this week. to take charge of the Telephone Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Coyle and Miss System at that place. Sarah Ely motored to Louisville the Misses Daisy Gilbert, Hilda Welch first of the week. and Mr. John Welch spent a few Mxft. Mrs. J. V. Horndon and Dr. Hot kin went (o Louisvlllo on Mr. Claude Anderson, graduate of days in Cincinnati the latter part of W. H. Bower who have been at business Wednesday but was called the class of 1013, and who, with his week. tending tho Grand Chapter of tho home that night to perform an opwifo, has been visiting in Berea the last If it's new you'll find it at Hayes Eastern Star at Owensboro returned eration at the hospital. past several weeks, left Wednesday Richmond, Kentucky (ad) Friday night. for St. Marys, Pleasant Co, W. Va, & Golfs. Aunt Sallio Cornelison died WedHervey Spurlock died, Tuesday, where he has secured a fine position Miss Ruby Smith spent week's nesday, October 21, 1914. Tho fuOct. 20th at his homo on Center St. end with her sister, Mrs. Chester neral will be held at the rcsidenco as farm demonstrator. Congratuthis Lewis in Lancaster. lations and best wishes for success. Funoral services wero held on Center street at 3:00 p. in, Thursmorning. Interment near Paint Gasoline irons at Welch's, (ad) go day, October 22. Interment at BeDown, down, down the prices Mrs. E. A. Bender is visiting her Lick, Rev. Hudson officiating. (ad) rea cemetery. at Welch's. Mrs. T. P. Wyatt and her daughter sister in Cincinnati this week. A atereopticon show was given nt Dr. and Mrs. Walter Pinnell, Na- Tho cabinet of the Epworth Lucia returned to their homo Wed tho College Chapel last Friday evdine Snyder and Mr. Marion League, Methodist Church, met the nesday from a four weeks visit with of Lexington, Ky, wero tho ening for the benefit of tho new in Laurel first of the week at tho homo of relatives and friends geusts of Miss Hilda Welch at students. county. Miss Hilda Welch. Mr. Robert Spence was hastily Mr. Durard Gott made a business Belleview Cottage during week's end. Hats! Hats! Ladies' Hats! at Mrs. Mr. Cecil Elkins of Shearer spent called to his home in Laurel County Laura Jones, Chestnut St., Berea, Ky. trip to Cincinali, Ohio, the latter until Saturday Tuesday by tho death of his father. from Wednesday Nobby school hats for girls and part of last week. Don't forget you can always gel Grove, hero with his many friends. Mr. A. Griffith of Mountain ladies at 50 and 75 cents. Ladies' tasty black and whito sailor trim- Virginia, came Sunday for a visit The Junior League of Methodist tho best hat for your money at Mrs. Episcopal church started last week Laura Jones. Every one will tell (ad) with his mother, Mrs. Griffith. med 82.00 to $2.50. (ad) ad. with a social on tho lawn of tho you that. Ask them. Phone all your wants to 29. Mr. Claro Canlleld accompanied Mrs. Chasteen, wife of Tipton Mrs. Sallio P. Ilnuson returned Superintendent's home, Miss Hilda by his entire laundry force, went to ill Lexington last Friday to visit the Sunday night from a visit lo her Welch. All boys and girls aro in Chasteen was taken suddenly slsiter, Mrs. McCreary in Lafollelte, vited on Sunday afternoons from last Saturday and taken to tho hosLaundry of that place. Phoenix two to three o'clock at tho Motho- - pital whoro Dr. Bolkin performed Miss Louise Frey is visiting at tho Tenn. Sproule, an old dist church. Miss Frances a Huccessful operation. Iler many Every boy and girl in the land who ever home of Prof. Lewis this week. Sho Who said high prices? Thoy friends will bo pleased to hear that will teach in tho graded school at student, camo down from Baltlo hat worn or eve will wear Creek, Mich, last week for a sev- have been cut lo pieces at Welch's. sho is Improving rapidly and will London, Ky., this year. (ad) bo out soon. Mr. Bourbon Martin arrived last eral weeks' visit with old friends Secretary and Mrs. Vaughn enter, Monday from Cleveland, Ohio, where and classmates. RIBBON BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Only one sick student in Berea ialned tho Magoffin county students lie lias been employed during the it proud of them. Special prices, on Magazines, good Monday during vesper hour. Twenty summer and will enter the Senior College Hospital. There are one thousand and six students in at- only until November 10. Place your young peoplo wero present nnd lisAnd for good rcawni: They look good and feel better, and class of tho college. Berea must bo a good order with M. L. Spink at onco and tened to tho Victrola and enjoyed they wear well enough to keep the parent from frowning at Mr. Clark Wilson, who Is now tendance. . the shoe expense. save 14 loVt on your reading matter. tho refreshments of punch and tea farm demonstrator for tho D. S. gov- place to bo. Miss Lcona Evans and Miss Ger.) cakes. ernment at Somorset, Ky., dropped The are built to meet these very requirement!. "Double wear in every pair." over for a short visit with relatives trude Smith returned Monday from and friends. Ho was on his way to a leu days' visit in Harlan County where they had a delightful lliiio his homo in Owsley County, The Quarterly Conference of the visiting schools and old Berea stuwith every pair bought in this mtnth and next Methodist Church was held this dents. Miss Evans gave two enterweek. Dr, (lagan, Dist. Supt., con- tainments, ono at Evarts and ono at Harlan. The proceeds of both enterducted the services. Miss Mary Fee, of Clarksburg, tainments were donated to tho pubInd daughter of Edwin Fee, is vis- lic schools. MAIN STREET Near Barfk "The Cash Store" iting Prof, and Mrs. Carl Hunt at Btoves, stoves, stoves at Wstea'a. Any kind, aay prlca. (a4) .: tbelr home on Jackson St. BEREA, KENTUCKY ofll-cia- Gel that aluminum cooking ware (ad) at Welch's. Tho graduating class of tho Vocational Department forgot studies and school routine and spent the entire day Monday on n nulling exThey stopped nt Slate pedition. Lick on their way back where thoy spread (heir tahlo clothes and had supper. Mrs. Laura Jones has in new hats and shapes every week while the season lasts. Bought Into nnd can give you a splendid hat for the lowest price. Call and see her. (ad) Tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Robinson was gladdened last Saturday by tho arrival of a little girl. We extend our tion here. $1.50, $2 J. S. STANIFER Dr. nnd Mrs. Dan Botklns spent n few days in Louisville last week. Mr. McCreary, the telephono man, is on tho sick list this week. Mr. Thomas Kearns of Winchester came Friday for a short visit with relatives and friends. Ho returned home Monday morning. Rev. Brown and family are living over the Berea National Bank building. Ladles' coals galoro at Hayes & (ad) Gotts, $3.50 to $20.00. . Mr. Abe Cornetl lias just purchased Mr. Charles Preston's homo at the head of Estill street. Mr. reston expects to move today into his property near the depot. Dr. Steele, who was called away on the account of his mother, who was critically ill returned Wednesday reporting his mother ns better. Mrs. David Roebuck returned Friday night from nn extended visit with her mother Mrs. Maggie Ogg. at Iluckhorn. The Philnthea class of tho Union Church entertained a number of their boy friends Monday evening in the parlor of Boone Tavern., Mr. W. H. Duncan left Sunday morning for Morgan, where he will he employed for a while. Richmond, Kentucky go-w- ny J. S. STANIFER ness nnd sympathy extended to his loved ono who departed this life, nnd to himself in his bereavement. The pallbearers were: Mayor J. L. Gay, Judges J. S. Gott and A. Isaacs, Postmaster D. N. Welch, Dr. J. (.. Steele, nnd the Messrs. J. E. Johnson. J. Edgar Mooro, Wm. j Isaars, T. P. Adams, J. I). Clarkslon, 'C. A. Parks, W. B. Harris, W. M. Wilson, C. II. lltirdctlo and L. S. Bradley of Louisville. Kerylody goes lo Hayes and Golt for tho new stylo linls for men and (ad) boys, 51.50 lo $350. Mr. Richard Pigg came home last week from Pinevillc, Ky, lo see his aunt, Mrs. Snllie Cornelison, who is very ill. Miss Mary Fee of Clarksburg, Ind, arrived last week for n visit with friends In town. Mr. Robert Elliot of Wnllncclon was operated upon by Dm. Bolkin and Mossman Wednesday and hni returned home all O. K. Latest shapes in ladies' nnd girls' dress hats $3.10 to $5.00. Children's A com hats beat bargain ever. pleto line. It will pay you lo come down to Chestnut PI. nnd see what n nice hat you can get for such Mrs. Laura Jones, little money. (ad) of A. W. Finloy, state manager Pennsylvania Mutual Life Insurance jester Co, arrived from day. The Pi Epsilon Pi Literary Socl ety entertained nl the North Carolina Cottage last Friday evening at A jolly good evening was 7:30. spent, with plenty of refreshments The College Junior Class organ ized the past week with Mr. Harrel lloagland as President. Trunks, suit cases and all kind of bags at Welch's. (ad) Mrs. Oscar Hayes nnd sons, Wil-lin- m nnd Rtisscl, Mrs. J. 8. Golt and her son Donald, wero motored over to RichmondWe'dnesday, by Mr. K. Cornelius. BIO DAT TOR BEREA METHODISM Sunday, the 18th, was the first WINDOWS! Attention is called to the windows in our Dry Goods Dept. for the next few weeks. It will especially be of interest to all the ladies. Fish's Millinery The Style and Quality Line. s Now Ready to Show meet the requirement of good taste in Dress at ExReady to wear Apparel and Millinery in the Newest Designs and Models to ceedingly reasonable prices. B. E BELUE & COMPANY Kin-brou- gli PROUD LITTLE SCAMPS! hit BUSTER BROWN SHOES (ad-18- see CLARKSTON A Large Writing Tablet Free Hardware and Groceries HAYES & GOTT Berea's Carpenter Court Grret SlriM and Earninf Power V October 22,' 101 1. THE CITIZEN DEATH OF HUOK NORVELL Cnpt. James West Post lins lost Pago Five. Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky Just to remind you of our Savings Department 4 per cent interest paid on any amount for any length of time in this department JOHN . DEAN, Caahier GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES Prices Always Right J. B. RICHARDSON stilt another member. Rapidly are tho old soldiers passing away. Comrado Hugh Norvcll was a nallvo of Kast Tennessee, and shared tho loyally of that mountain region. Ho listed early In defenso of his country, and for a time was Adjutant of his regiment, with tuo rank of Second Lieutenant. 8oon after tho war he settled near Berea, and has been well known in this vicinity ever since. Ho was a quiet and citizen. At one time ho held the office of Constable. For several years ho has been a member of our post, and when able to attend Its meetings was seldom absent. For somo years bo lias had no immediate- family, hut has lived with his children. Impaired hearing cut him off in somo measure from tho closest touch with his fellows. Last year the went to Tuscola, Illinois, intend ing to mako his future homo with n son there; but ill health overlook him and a longing for familiar scenes brought him back to Ken- lucky, a few weeks ago. There afler ho was with his son living near White's Station. His health rapidly failed until tho death messenger came. Ily authority of tho post these words arc put on record, In testimony of our regard for tho departed comrade. Commillco: I.eVant Dodgo Jas. M. Gabbcrt Win. Hill law-abidi- ng COLUMBUS BUGGIES and MOGULL WAGONS Are the late arrivals which add two more members to the big family-Ameri- can Fence, Oliver Chilled Plows, Foster Rangers and V. C. Fertilizers. Sold exclusively by 4 Hi R. H. CHRISMAN 'The Furniture Man" Chestnut Street lions. "The Great Illusion" treats of tho HALTED relation of military power to national advantage, and "Arms and Industry" concerns itself- with tho polity. IN AN ATTEMPT TO REACH DUN. foundations of, international Berea, Kentucky a westerly direction over the lands of W. W. Bush, a distance of about of a mile, so as to connect with tho present county road leading to tho Berea and Kingston pike at a point near Hickory Plains School House. .) J. G. Baxter. County Road Engineer. one-four- th (ad-18- DEDICATION SERVICE Tho dedication service of the new graded school was held Monday aft ernoon. There was a largo crowd of visitors present, about 150 in number. The first part of tho afternoon was given lo the Inspection NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE of (ho building by visiting townspeople. At three o'clock Dr. Best Berea, Kentucky Main Street called tho meeting to order and tho afternoon's program ensued. Profs. Lewis and Ilaino made short ading proved a popular number" on dresses, also Mayor Gay, Dr. Robquestion, alTho the program. erts, Mr. Burgess, Principal Long, though absurd in itself, was so Sunt. Brock of Richmond. skillfully handled as to really prove 'and Dodge i THE COMBAT DEEPENSl spoke of the flag which Prof. entertaining. As the weeks pass, and the world instructive as well as the Women's Relief Corps was soon The alllrumtivo was upheld by Jud-so- n to givo to is surprised that no decisive result tho school. The dedica Harrold, and the negative by of the Kuropcan War appears, the tion prayer was offered by Rov. papers give less space to the course Clarence Harrold. Tho Alpha Zeta English of the Baptist Church. seof events. Hut more and more aro quartet closed with a farewell Everybody who visited tho school contending na- lection, "My Little Cabin Homo Monday could not fail lo nolo the the energies of tho The song was great improvement which it repreAmong tho Hills." tions being summoned for tho grat conflict. The Uicalcr of the llgnl- - made moro effective by special sents in Korea's schooling system. u, iag Jscontlnually widening; tho stage settings, illustrative of tho All were as none but The effect was beautiful complimentary as lm reaa lug; new theme. remarks could bo fre and brought, a ruuud at hearty ap- heard. Berea certainly has good The work of tho quartet reason lo feel proud of this her new vbroMghtfln requisition; the destruc plause. evenacquisition and wo aro suro tho tion of property and the sacrillce or was really the feature of tho find bet- coming year will show tho marked human life aro becoming moro ami ing as it would bu hard lo advantages of tho new over tho old. mom appalling. Whether wo as a ter local talent. peoplo shall to tho end be free from OPENING OF THE WOMAN'S INA WELCOME this great catastrophe cannot be conDUSTRIAL. On Tuesday evening a party of sidered certain. At all events no Tho opening session of Tho Wogreat events slnco our own war of man's Industrial will be Friday, 1 p. friends called at the home of Mr. half a century ago havu possessed m., October 30th. This is one of Bo- and Mrs. James P. Faulkner on Jacka like Interest for us. We need ron's most useful institutions which son St. to welcome them to Berea. the war, its renders valuablo scrvico lo tho com- Refreshments were served and an to know about evening of social Intercourse was causes, principal events, and its munity. prospeecls. On Thursday, October given enjoyed. Too much praise cannot bo Tho party consisted of Professors is to to the ladies who by their devotion 29, Prof. LeVant Dodge give a lecture In the upper chapel and labor have carried on this work Marsh, Cromer, Robertson, Lewis of the college, entitled "Tho War of and advanced it to tho present point and thoir wives, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, Miss Morgan who is n guest of tho Century." It will begin at 0:30 of cfllcicnoy. in tho morning, sharp. Besides the with- Mrs. Taylor, Miss Martindalc, Miss Mrs. Taylor is obliged lo faculty and students who attend, tho draw from this work to tho groat Bowcrsox and Professor Smith. old soldiers and citizens genorally regret of all on account of health. DEATH OF MRS. W. T. EAGER who aro interested in the startling Mrs. B. H. Roberts and Miss BurMrs. W. T. Eager or Boattyvllle affairs of the world, are cordially gess aro tho present directors. invited lo bo present. Do not for- They aro assisted by an ablo com- passed away Thursday, tho 15th. Owmlcy County get the hour. pany who have mado tho work a Sho was bora in September 27, 18(5. Sho was one of success. ALPHA ZETA OPENING family of fifteen children. Her Remember the dato, Oct. 30 at the a The Alpha Zeta Literary Society, was a diParish Houso of tho Union Church. father, W. W. Treadway Treadway, rect decendant of John the younger cf tho two Senior Societies, held their anniversary at FORMER BEREA STUDENT GETS who was ono of Georgo Washingtho college chapol last Wednesday ton's guards on his trip through tho MARRIED AT ACORN. at 7:30 p. m. Desplto a heavy rain Miss Hcpsa Elizabeth Mayflcld and wilderness to deliver tho messago to a good crowd attended. Mr. John B. Barnes wero quietly but Gov. Dinwiddie. Her mother was 3 Tho forepart of tho building was duly joined in a happy marriage at direct descendant of tho Dcwitts and artistically decorated for tho oc- the home of tho bride last Tuesday iTahnages. Hor maiden name was casion under the very eftlclent di- at 9 o'clock. Tho bride's gown was Margaret Bowman. Mrs. Eascr was rectorship of Mr. Holla Wayne, a a very becoming one. Hor entlro wed- !a sufferer for some timo before the member of the society. Tho society ding and traveling outfit was most end came. She was laid to her final orchestra bummed its low strains unique. Every stitch and design resting place in the family lot in of wclcomo while the visitors wero was mado and planned by tho bride River View Cemetery. assembling. herself. She is a graduate of tho WORLD MEWS. Tho program, although light, was Berea Domcstio Scienco Department and highly enler-tninln- g. and well prepared to care for the Amsterdam, Oct 20. During a cross Tho Alpha Zeta quartet homo which tho groom will provido aauntry flliht from Doeberltz, a Oer-u- i opened tho evening's exercises with later in dishing, Okla. Tho groom military biplane suddenly fell to a beautiful rendering of tho sooioty's is a worthy gentleman. Tho coupln artb, killing the pilot and severely Anniversary Song. Then President left on their honeymoon immediattajurlng a pasiencer. Hacked extended the hand of wol-co- ely after tho ceremony. Thoir relaaddress in tives and friends extend to them In a Algerians Capture Germane. which thcro was no mistaking the thoir most heartfelt congratulaLondon, Oct 13. Some of the men Douglas follow- tions and good wishes (or their suc- have become very daring, life In the sincerity. Mr. Vco burrows with the occasional turn at ed with an essay, "Forward," which cessful and happy life. rifle firing being so monotonous that showed careful analysis and thought. tay go out In search of adventure. FAULKNER 00RTNER Mr. Holla Wayne then read an origstory, "Driftwood," with Its Tho many friends of former Edi- According to report one party of three inal Algerians their shelter and prosotting near Ilerca. Tho story dis- tor James P. Faulkner will bo glad ceeded to left house which waa still a played real lulenl and kept ttio in to know that he mado a Hying trip standing near the lines. There they toresl or the audience tbruout. Tho to Wllliamsport, Pennsylvania, last found aeven Qermaaa. The men story woa followed by a violin solo week and returned Friday with his and together aearehede the by Mllford dillcy with Mr. Hackett newly wed companion, nee Miss Roso cellar. After regaling themseUea oa ed M. Oortner. Tho ceremony took wine, the Algerians, who had brought at the piano. Tho solo was commanded a hearty place in the First Lutheran Church rifles with then, ordered the Oemaaa and fall la and took thean pjttoaers. Mr. Vogel's oration, "Is of thai city, October It, 1014. A to encore. of tho brido, the Civilization Civilized," held the au- brother-in-la- w HeU In Htllan. Brltleh Tree dience In a peculiar grip. His ablo Rev. Hadwin Fischer officiated. The 11. The Natter-laaXoUraasa, delivery and his personality com-bln- Citizon family congratulates them war oflee report that 100 Brit-o. with tho lino of thought pre- both and extends to them a glad traH are tatirced.at Oroalagea They aro at home in tho new Taere are elevea oflleen la the party. sented made a very effective impression. Tho debate for the even Calfeo homo on Jackson St.'.'' .... GERMANS IS - KIRK ARM ENTIERES REOCCUPIED. PUBLIC NOTICE College News Advance Along Belgian Front To Coast Checked German Paper Confirm Losses. . well-please- jtlgii Western Ntwtpiper Union Newa Strrtca. London. Two Important aucceSbes In the battle for Dunkirk and Calais, tor the possession of which the Germans are striving, are credited to the allies In the official communications Issued In Paris. f The French are said to have reoccu- Sray Junction oa the Belgian frontier northwest of Lille, and to have repulsed an attempt of the Germans to cross the River Yser, which flows through that little corner of West Flanders which Is all of Belgium that remains In Belgian hands. This would mean a check to the German attempt to reach Dunkirk by the coast route. The French also are said to have pushed back still farther the German army which Is advancing along the Belgian frontier to the coast. The battle which culminated In Ar mentlerea again coming under French Influence lasted for a week, during which the fighting was hard and con- Notice is hereby given that at the November term of the Madison County Court, which is tho second day of November. W. W. Bush, and others will petition tho Madison County Court to establish a new road Viz: To begin on tho Barker lano at a point just south of the residence of John Hawkins, and lo run thence in Russian Fitness Surprises Berlin. "Tlie Russians." writes a corresHnd-eu- t of the Nleuw Hottenlamscbu Cour-an- t In Berlin, "are very much better than they were thought to be. One hears that on every hide. From Austria one bears that the way the men nre clothed and shod Is splendid. Alcohol has been forbidden throughout the Russian nrniy. and u strong band t lielric kept on the soldiers." aled. Araentleres, an Important rail Joe Wr Stephens Meat Market FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES Fruits and Vegetable Mill Feed, Flour and Meal OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE Main Street, Berea GIVE US A CALL tinuous. Germans Driven Back Thirty Miles. London. The official press bureau Issued the following announcement: "The British troops have made good progress during the last tew days. In the, northern area the allies have driven the enemy back more than 30 miles." IF YOU PURPOSE Opening a new bank account or shifting your old one, think "Berea National" a clean, growing bank that is seeking your business on its record. Capital $25,000. The war office Issued another casualty Hit received from headquarters under date of September 16. It glvei Gl officers and men as having been killed. 149 men wounded and S55 men missing. Those of the killed belonged entirely to the Royal Scots, the Royal Irish and the East Surrey regiments. The East Surreys, the King's own Scottish borderers, and the Somerset light In faatry figure largely In the missing officers the list giver four killed and five wounded. German Papers Confirm Losses. Rotterdam. The latest lists of ca naltles published In German papers show that claims of British and French troops that they have wiped out German battalions are absolutely Of command Surplus and profits $26,500. list BEREA NATIONAL BANK MTKKA, KKNTUCKY I well-arrang- ed correct 17 Tho reserve Infantry regiment No lost In one battaUoa 100 wounded In another battalion of the same regV ment 740 were killed at the battle ol Reserve Infantry Regiment No. (I had "unassessable loss," and such phrases as "Innumerable 'esses," "tre mendous number of dead and wound ed'' foUow the names of several regl meats. NEW BOOKS Marne. A Wise Man The wise man always prepares for a ran ot hard luck. Anybody can get along when prices are good, whea work is plentiful, when crops are good, when business is brisk, then it's all easy enough. But the prudent, conservative, careful man looks into the future and steadily piles up a balance at the bank to be used as a reserve in case of disaster. Rest assured that the weather will not always be fair. Our bank is a good bank. We invite you to keep your reserve with us. well-fram- well-render- od 0t di wel-oom- Two books, which are having very wide reading during theso days of international conflict aro: 'Tho Great Illusion" and "Arms and Industry" by Ralph Norman AaftH.Lane, who uses "Norman his pen name, iliseait two thought-awakeniare now in our College 1- 1jJend should be examined by interested in tho advance elswfaace and progress of (be na- An-fV- ar. ng JACKSON COUNTY BANK IfcKee, Kentucky Pago Six. THE CITIZEN A FAMILY SCHOOL (Continued from rite Two.) October 23, mil. I Promises1 The Land of Broken COOLIDGE DANE By "Well, pcoplo who dlo of malaria llo of mosquito bile, slnco tho mosquito is t ho only agency of Infec- A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution (CooTrUrht. Mil. bT THR Author Bf FIGHTING FOOL," "HIDDEN WATERS,' THE TEXICAN," Etc. Illustrations by DON J. LAVIN the Fruk A. Maaaey.1 nlm tnen, id uCspntr of shaking oTf his rider, ho staggered a few steps and hurled himself over backward Into the fire. A yell of agony followed their fall and, as tho live coals bit through tho Mexican's thin shirt, he fought like a cat to got free. Rocks, pots and set- aeilrillely "ln"aTl, "a "man Thinks twice before he reports to the police. With four dead Mexicans to the Yaqul's account and Del Iley in charge of tho district Hooker followed his second thought he said nothing, and took his chances on being arrest, ed for murder. Until far Into the night Amlgo busied himself along the hillside, and when the sun rose not a sign remained to tell tho story of the fight Men, horses, saddles and guns all bad disappeared. And, after packing a little food in a sack, Amlgo disappeared also, with a grim smile in prom lse of return. Tho sun rose round and hot, the same as usual; the south wind came up and blew Into a bellying mass of clouds, which lashod back with tho accustomed rain; and when all the earth was washed clean and fresh the last trace of tho strugglo was gone. Only by the burns on his hands was Hooker aware of the fight and of the treachery which had reared Its head against him llko a snako which has been warmed and fed. Nowhere but In Mexico, whore the low pelado classes havo made such deeds a subtlety, could the man bo found to dissimulate Ilka that false aasassln-ln-chlef- . To pauso suddenly In a protracted speech, swing over and pick up a gun, and halt his victim for the shooting by the preparatory click of the lock that Indeed called for a brand of cunning rarely found In the United States. There was one thing about the affair that vaguely hauntod Hooker why was It that a man so cunning as that bad failed to load his gun? Twice, and with everything In his favor, he had raised his rifle to Are; and both times It had snapped in his hands. Certainly he must have been Inept at arms or guns. accustomed to single-sho- t The reputed magic of the rifles evidently had been his undoing, but where had be got his new gun? And who was he, anyway? With those two baffling questions Bud wrestled as he sat beside his door, and at evening his answer came. The sun was swinging low and he was collecting wood down the gulch for a fire when, with a sudden thud of hoots, a horseman rounded the point and came abruptly to a halt It was Aragon, aid bs was spying on the camp. For a full minute he scanned the house, tent and mine with a look so snaky and sinister that Bud could read his heart like a book. Here was the man who had sent the assassins, and he had come to view their workl Very slowly Bud's hand crept toward his but slight aa was the motion, Aragon caught It and sst frozen in bis place. Then, with an inarticulate cry, he fell flat on his horse's neck and went spurring out of sight. The answer to Bud's questions was very easy now. The Mexican who had led the attempt on his life was one of Aragon's bad men, one of the four gunmen whom Hooker had looked over so carefully when they came to drive him from the mine, and Aragon bad fitted him out with new arms to make the result more sure. But with that question answered thero came up swlft-flr-lng tion. Thus, 11 reduces to this: that while tho Individual rattler is moro dangerous than the individual mosquito, tho mosquito, In general, kills her thousands whero tlio snako kills one. Now wilh consldernlilo of (lie ratio scarlet fovor mod-Menti- on is the rattlesnake; whooping-coug- h he saw what such a moTO would mean to him to Krugor and the Eagle Tall and he woke suddenly from bis calm. ha "Hero now," he Mid, scowling Long before he had lost his pardner Dud had decided that Don Juan was a trimmer, a man who tried to be all things to all people aa a good should but now he altered his opinion a little, for the letters wero from Phil. He read them over In the crowded plaza, Into which the first refugees were Just beginning to pour, and frowned as he skimmed through Tn a moment hotel-keep- Of Qracla and vain protestations of devotion there was enough and to spare, but nothing about the mine. Only in the first one, written on the very day he had deserted, did he so much as attempt an excuso for so abandoning their claim and his Mexican citizenship. Phil wrote: My mall was being sent through head-quarteand looked over by Del Hey, so I knew I would never receive the papers, even If they came. I hope you don't feel bard about It, pardner. Kruger says tu come out right away. I would havo stayed with it, but It wasn't any use. And now. Bud, I want to ask you some, thing. When you come out, bring Gracla with you. Don't leave her at the mercy of Del Ttey. I would come myself If It wasn't sure death. Be quick about It, Bud; I count on you. the last The other letters were all like that, but nothing about the mine. And yet it was the mine that Bud was fighting for that they had fought for from the first. The railroad was torn up now, and a flight with Qracla was hopeless, but It was Just as well, for he never would abandon the Eagle Tail. In two months, or three, when the rebels were whipped off, his papers might come. Then he could pay his taxes and transfer his tltlo and consider the stealing of Gracla. But since he had seen her and touched her band something held him back a grudging reluctance and he was glad that his duty lay elsewhere. If she was his girl now he would come down and get ber anyway. But she was not his girl and, gazing back grimly at the seething plaza and the hotel that hid her from sight, he .rode somberly .down the road. After all, there was nothing to get excited about every revoltoso In the country was lined up around Agua Negra and. with four hundred soldiers to oppose tbem and artillery to shell their it would be many a long day before they took that town. Twice already Agua Negra had fallen before such attacks, but now it was protected by rifle-pit- a and machine guns set high on mud roofs. And then there were the Yaquls, still faith' ful to Hadero. They alone could hold the town, if they made up their minds to fight So reasoned Hooker, mulling over the news that he had beard. But he watched the ridges warily, for the weather was good for raiders. A day passed, and then another, and the big whistle blew only for the shifts; the loneliness of the hills oppressed him as he gazed out at the Quivering heat And then, like a toad after a shower, Amlgo came paddling Into camp on the heels of a thunder storm, his sandals hung on his hip and his big feet squelching through the mud. Across his shoulders he wore a gay erape, woven by some patient woman of his tribe; and In the belt beside ten-inc- h times, but gave no signs of ruffianly bravado, and after a fow words Bud Invited them to get down and eat "Muchas graclas, senor," said the leader, dismounting and laying his rifle against a log, "we are not hungry." "Then have some coffee," invited Hooker, who made It a point to feed every one who stopped, regardless of their merit; and once moro the Mexican declined. At this Bud looked at him sharply, for hie refusal did not augur well, and It struck him the man's face was familiar. He was tall for a Mexican and heavily built, but with a rather sinister cast of countenance. "Where have I seen you before!" asked Bud, after trying In vain to place him. "In Fortuna?" "No, senor," answered the Mexican politely. "I have never been in that city. Is It fart" "Ten miles by the trail," responded Hooker, by no means reassured, and under pretext of Inviting them to eat, he took a look at the other men. If they had not stopped to cat, what then was their errand while the eun was sinking so low? And why this sullen refusal of the coffee which every Mexican drinks? Bud stepped Into tho bouse, as If on some errand, and watched them unseen from the Interior. Seeing tbem exchange glances then, he leaned his rifle Just Inside the door and went about his cooking. It was one of the chances ho took, living out In the brush, but he had type of come to know this t all too weH and had small respect for their courage. In case of trouble Amlgo was closo by in tho rocks somewhere, probably with his gun in his hand but with a little and circumspection the unwelcome visitors would doubtless move d seml-bandl- wero armed with rifles, aa "BoTlltetl and measles aro tho mosquitoes. II is just as Important to keep measles out of a community ns it is to shut out scarlet fever. In fact, if you will study (lie records of this city, you will find that in two out of tho last three years, measles lias killed more people than scarlet fever, and whooping-coug- li moro than cither of I hem." "What aro wo going lo do about II." asked the practical-minde- d Mr. Clyde. "Ah, if some ono would only tell us I hat I In measles tho worst of tho harm is done before, (ho disease announces Itself dcllnilely. Tho most contagious slngo Is previous to the appearance of tho telltale rash. There's nothing but a snuflllng nose, and perhaps a very lillle fever lo pivo ndvaueo nollcc that (he sulTerer Is a firebrand." Do you mean lo say that quarantine and disinfection and isolation are all useless?' asked Mr. I won'l go ns far as (hat. Hut I will say this: that all our cumbersome and expensive anil often harassing hygienic measures in the contagious diseases haven't undo good. Obviously, if they had, we should see a diminution of the Ills which lhey aro supposed to limit. Thero is no diminution. No, we're on Iho wrong lack. Until we know what tho right lack is, wo perhaps ought to keep on doing what we can in Iho present line. It's n big, complicated subject, and 0110 that won'l bo settled until wo find out what scarlet fever, measles, really are, and and whooping-coug- h what causes Ihem. While we're wailing for the bacteriologist (o tell us thai, (he soundest principle of defense that wo havo is lo keep tho body up lo lis highest pitch of resistance. That is why I support medical inspection for schools ns an essential measure." "To repair tho children without closing (ho schools, if I may modify Dr. Holer's epigram," suggested Clyde. "No. Threw Them About Like Dogs That Hang Onto a Bear. ties were kicked In every direction, on. So he thought, but Instead they lingered, and when supper was cooked he and it decided to go to a show-dowthey again refused to eat he , would send them on their way. "Ven amlgos," he said, spreading out the tin plates for them. "Come and n Pud's pistol be carried a heavy knife, blasksmltbed from a file by poas Ya$ul hlllmaa. All In all, ha was? a fine barbarian,' but he looked good to the lonely Bud. "Ola, Amlgo!" he balled, stepping out from the adobe house where he had moved to avoid the rains; and Amlgo answered with his honest smile which carried no hint of savagery or deceit. Try as he would, Bud could not bring himself to think of his Yaqul as dangerous; and even when be balanced the Indian's murderous bowie-knif- e in bis bands he regarded It with a grin. It was a heavy weapon, broad across the back, keen on one edge, and drawn to a point that was both sharp and strong. The haft was wrapped with rawhide to bold the clutch of the band. "What do you do with this?" queried Hooker. "Chop wood? Skin deert" "Yes, chop wood!" answered Amlgo, but be replaced It carefully In bis belt He looked the adobe house over thoughtfully, listened long to the news of the border and of the ruraleB' raid on their camp, and retired to the rocks for the night Even Bud never knew where be slept somewhere up on the hillside In caves or clefts in the rocks and not even the most pressing invitation could make him snare the house for a night. To Amlgo, as to an animal, a house was a trap; and he knew that the times were treacherous. So Indeed they were, as Hooker was to learn to his sorrow, and but for the Yaqul and his murderous .knife he might east! have, learned t too late. It was evening, after'a rainless day, and Bud was cooking by the. open fire, wnea suddenly Amlgo vanished and fourjuea rode In from above. They s glared at their The three leader, who had done what little talking there' was so far, and, seized with a sudden animation, he immediately rose to his .feet "Many thanks, senor," he said with a crlnjlng and specious politeness. "We have come far and the trail Is long, so we will eat The times are hard for poor men now this traitor, Madero, has made us all hungry. It Is by him that we poor working men are driven to Insurrection but we know that the Americana are our friends. Yes, senor, I will take some of your beans, and thank you." He filled a plate as he spoke and lifted a biscuit from the oven, continuing with his false patter while the others fell to in silence. "Perhaps you have heard, senor," he went on, "the saying which Is In the land: Mucho trabajo, paco dlnero; Much no bay frlJoleB, viva Madero! work, little money; no beans, long live Madero! "That, In truth, Is no Jest to the Mexican people. This man has betrayed us all; be has ruined the country and set brother against brother. And now, while we starve because the mines are shut down, he gathers his family about him In the city and lives fat on the money he has stolen." He ran on in this style, after the fashion of the revoltosos, and by the very commonplace of his fulmlnations Bud was thrown completely off his guard. That was the way they all talked, these worthless bandit-beggathat and telling how they loved the Americanos and then, if they got a chance, they would stick a knife In your back. He listened to the big man with a polite toleration, being careful not to turn his back, and ate a few bites aa he waited, but though It was coming dusk the Mexicans were In no hurry to depart Perhaps they hoped to stop for the night and get him in his sleep. Still Uoy lingered on, the leader sit ting on a log and continuing bis harangue. Then, in the middle of a sentence, and while Bud was bending over the fire, the Mexican stopped short and leaned to one side. A tense silence fell, and Hooker was waked from his trance by the warning click of a Suddenly his mind came back to bis guests, and he ducked like a flash, but even as he went down he heard the hammer clackl The gun had snapped! Instantly Hooker's hand leaped to his pistol and he fired from the hip polntblank at the would-bmurderer. 'With a yell to the others, one of the Mexicans sprang on him from behind and tried to bear him down. They struggled for a moment while Bud shot blindly with his pistol and went gun-loce eat!" down fighting. Bud .wis a giant compared to the CHAPTER XX. stunted Mexicans, and he threw then about Jlke '(logs that hang on to a bear. Ia a country where witnesses ts.a With a man in each hand he rose to ortsas' are 'imprisoned along' wKa his feet, crushing them down beneath, BfUcIjjsls .sad Jupt ors?r.Uss Jav whang of a Mauser rent the air and the leader crumpled down In a heap. An Instant later a shrill yell rose from up the canyon and, as the two Mexicans started and stared, Amlgo came dashing In upon them, a spitting pistol In one hand and his terrible knife brandished high in the other. In the dusk his eyes and teeth gleamed white, his black hair seemed to bristle with fury, and the glint of his long knife made a light as he vaulted over the last rock and went plunging on their track. For, at the first glance nt this huge, pursuing figure, the two Mexicans had turned and bolted like rabbits, and now, sb the Yaqul whirled in after them. Bad could hear them squealing and scrambling as he bunted them down among the another and another until, in a sudrocks. den clarity of vision. Bud saw through It was grim work, too, even for his the hellish plot and beheld himself stomach, but Hooker let the Indian fol- the master. low his nature. When Amlgo came As man to man, Aragon would not back from his hunting there was no dare to face blm now, tor be knew need to ask questions. His eyes shone that he merited death. By his sly so terribly that Hooker said nothtag. approach, by the look In his eyes and but set about cleaning up camp. the dismay of his frenzied retreat more surely After he bad washed the ashes from be bad acknowledged his eyes, and when the fury had van- than by words his guilty knowledgo ished from Amlgo's face, they went as of the raid. Coming to a camp where by common consent and gazed at the he expected to find all dead and still, body of the chief of the desperadoes. he bad found himself face to face Even In death his face seemed strange- with the very man he bad sought to ly familiar; but as Hooker stood gaz- kill. How, then, had the American ing at him the Yaqul picked up his escaped destruction, and what had gun. occurred to his men? Perhaps, in his ignorance, Aragon "Look!" hs said, and pointed to ft bullet-splaswhere, as the Mexican was raging at his hirelings because held the gun across his breast Bud's they had shirked their task; perhaps, pistol shot had flattened harmlessly not knowing that they were dead, be against the lock. It was that which was waiting In a fever of impatience had saved the Mexican chief from in- for them to accomplish the deed. Howstant death, and the Jar of the shot ever It was, Bud saw that he held the had doubUess broken the rifle and high card, and he was not slow to act saved Bud, in turn, from the second In the morning he saddled Copper Bottom, who bad been confined to the shot All this was In the Yaqul's eye as hs corral for weeks, and went galloping carefully tested the action; but when Into town. There be lingered about he threw down the lever, a cartridge the hotel until be saw his man and rose up from the magazine and glided started boldly toward him. Surprise, smoothly Into the breech. With a rifle alarm and pitiful fear chased themfull of cartridges the ignorant Mexican selves across Aragon's faos as hs had been ssapplng on an empty cham- stood, but Bod walked proudly by. "(pod morning, senorl" was all Bad ber, not knowing enough to Jack up a said, but the look In his eyes was shell! For a moment Amlgo stared at the eloquent of a glim hereafter. gun and the man, and his mouth drew And Instead of hurrying bask to down with contempt guard his presloss mine Hooksr loi"Hal Pendejo!" he grunted, tered carelessly about tows. His kicked the corpse with his foot mint was safe now and hs was safe. Aragon dared not raise a hand. 80 hs But if the Mexican bad been a foot, he had paid the price, for the second sat himself down 00 the broad veranda time he snapped his gun Amlco had and listened with boyish Interest to fWjg jun' araonat of ths war. shot him through and through. (To b continued) "wood-chopping- " h and when Hooker leaped to his feet the Mexican scrambled up and rushed madly for the creek. But, though Bud was free, the battle had turned against him, for In the brief Interval of his fight the other two Mexicans had run for their guns. The Instant he rose they covered him. Their chief, who by some miracle had escaped Bud's shot gave a shout for them to halt. Cheated of his victim at the first be was claiming the right, to kill. As Hooker stood blinded by the smoke and ashes the fellow tookiasav liberate aim and once more his rills snapped. Then, as the1 other Mexicans stood agape, surprised at the failure of the shot, the cannonlike Mr. Clyde. "Exactly. Eventual' wo shall havo lo build as well as repair. A very curious Ihing is happening to Young America in tho Eastern States. The growing generation is shrinking in weight and height." "Which is almost contradictory enough for a jiaradox," remarked Mr. Clyde. "It's a melancholy and You know, there's a literal fact. height and weight basis for ago upon which our school grading system rests. Tho authorities havo been obliged to reconstruct it becauso the children aro continuously growing Thcro's smaller for (heir years. work for (ho inspection forcol" "You'd put tho children on pulleys and stretch 'em out, I suppose!" gibed Grandma Sharpless. "That might work, too," replied "Tho Prothe doctor, unruffled. crustean system isn't so bad, if old Procrustes had only sent his victims lo the gymnasium instead of putting them to bed. Yes, a quarter of an hour wilh tho weighl-pulloevery day would help undersized But princikiddies a good deal. pally I should want tho school-i- n specters lo keep tho youngsters playing." "You don'f havo to (each a child to play," sniffed Grandma Sharpless, with womanly scorn of mcro man's views concerning children. "Pardon me, Mrs. Sharpless, you laught your children to play." "II Whatever makes you think ys thai?" "Tho simple fact they didn't die at him with a severity not unmlngled with suspicion. "Sometimes, young man," sho observed, "you talk like a a n gumpl" "Tako that, Strongl" said Mr. Clydo, joining in tho doctor's laugh against himself. 'Tacts may sometimes sound foolish," admitted Dr. Strong. "If they do, that's tho fault of tho speaker. And it is a fact thai every mother teaches her baby to play. Watch tho cat If you don't bollovo mo. in babyhood." Mrs, Sharpless looked s4 ts world, I kaow. Twould b a And want would seldom goad us U we'd remember what' we owe As we know what Is owed us. -- Cincinnati Enquirer. bttr "Why, sco horo, Mrs. Sharpless; do you know why a baby's cbanoo of survival Is less la tho very best possiblo institution without its mother, than in tho vory worst imaginable tenomont with its mother, ovon though Iho mother is unable to nurso it?" "It Isn't aa well tended, I oxpect." "All Us physical surroundings aro a thousand times moro advantage ous: bqtlor air, heller food, belter temperature, boiler safeguarding against disease; yet babies in these surroundings Just plno away and die. It's almost impossible to bring up an Infant on an institutional system. Tho infanl dcnlh-ral- o of theso places is so appalling that nobody dares lo tell it publicly. And il is so, simply becauso there is 110 ono lo play wilh tho babies. Tho nurses haven't tho lime, though lhey havo tho instinct. I tell you, Iho most wonderful, mystic, profound thing in all tho world, lo mo, is Iho sight of n young girl's inluilivo yearning to dandle cvory baby sho may sec. That's tho universal, world-ol- d, world -- wldo, deep-roolgenius of motherhood, which antedates (ho humankind, stirring within her and Impelling her lo keep the raco nlivoby play-in- g wilh tho baby." "Il'ml I hadn't (bought of il in that way," confessed Grandma Sharpless. 'Thero may bo something In what you say, young man. Hul by Iho time children reach school ago I guess they've learned (hat lesson." "Nol always. At least, not properly, always. Let's consult the I'ommileo on School of our household organization." Ho sent for ld Julia. "Question lo lay before you, Miss Chairwoman," said Dr. Strong. "How many of the girls in your grade hang around tho hall or doorways during recess?" "Oh, lolsl" said Julia promptly. "Are (hey tho bigger girls? or tho smaller ones?" The Committee on School considered the matter gravely. "Mary Illnks, she's tall, but she's awful thin and sickly," sho pronounced. "Dot Griswold and Cora Smith and Tiny Warley why, I guess they're most all the littlest girts in tho class." Dr. Strong nodded. "Sure lo bo the undernourished, anaemic, lethargic ones," said ho. "They're forgetting tho lessons of Ihoir babyhood. Insensibly they aro losing tho will lo live. Hul (hero's nobody to tell (hem so. A thorough medical inspection scrvico would correct that. 11 would include school-nurswho would go to tho homes of the children and loll tho parents what was tho mailer. Such a system mighl not bo warranted to keep epidemics out of our schools, but il would stretch out and (HI out thoso meager youngsters' brains as well ns bodies, and 111 them (6 conibanil-nes- s If it did como. Tho wholo theory of tho sohool's alliludo toward (he child seems to mo misconceived by those who havo charge of tho system. It assumes loo much in authority and avoids loo much in responsibility. 'Take tho caso of John Smith, who has two children to bring up under our enlightened system of government. Government says lo John Smith, 'Send your children lo school I Suppose I don't wish lo?' says John Smith. 'You'vo got to,' says Government. 'It isn't safe for nio lo havo them left uneducated.' 'Will you take caro of Ihem whllo they're at school' says John Smith. Til train their minds,' says Government. 'What about thoir bodies?' says John Smith. 'Hml' says Government; 'that's a horso of another color.' Then I'll como wilh thorn and see that thoy're looked after physically,' says John Smith. 'You will noli' says Government. 'I'm in loco parentis, whllo they're in school.' Then you tako tho cnliro loco of Iho parentis,' says John Smith. 'If you tako my children away on tho ground that you're better lilted to caro for Ihelr minds than I am, you ought to bo at least as ready lo look after thoir health. Otherwise,' says John Smith, 'go and leach yourself lo stand on your head. You can't leach my children. Now," concluded Dr. Strong, "do you seo nny Haws in Iho Smith point of view?" "Just plain common sense," approved Grandma Sharpless.. "Clyde," said Dr. Strong, wilh a twinkle, "if you don't stop rubbing a holo in your chin, I'll havo to repair you. What's proying 0:1 your mind?" "I am trying," replied Mr. Clydo deliberately, "lo flguro out, with to tho School Superintendent and myself, Just how a man who has inado a fool of himself can write a letter to anolhor man who has helped tho first man make a fool of himself, admitting that he's mado a fool of himsolf, and yet avoid embarrassment, either to tho man who has mado a fool of himsolf or lo tho other man who aided Iho man In making a fool of himsolf. Do you got that?" Dr. Strong roso. "I'm a Chincso dootor," he observed, "nol a Chineso puizlo-solvo- r. That's, a matter between yqu and your ink-weMeantime having attained the point for whloh I'vo boon climbing, I now declaro this sosslon adjourned." well-meani- ng ed eight-year-oes ll. t V 1 a all October 22, I0M. THE CITKEN Pago.Sovcn. IN THE HOME i.wvi r,. Children's Column Riddles. When docs a tailor servo his cus tomers both well and ill? When ho gives Ihem fits. What is that which novcr usca its lee Hi for eating purposes? A comb. Wiiy is tho letter E liko death? Because it is at tho end of life. Why is a lady In a cotton dress liko anything published? Hccauso sho appears in print. What herb is most injurious to lady's beauty? Thymo. When is a man liko tho letter H? When ho is in bed. What grows less tired tho moro it Is worked? A carriago wheel. When is a sailor like n corpse? When ho is in tho shrouds. When may a man bo said to breakfast before ho gets up? When ho lakes a roll in bed. What is moro foolish than send ing coal lo Newcastle? Sending milk to Cowcs. BOWSER'S ASYLUM t Is to Be a Haven of Rest For Homeless Dorjs. BUT ri'i COMPLICATIONS ARISE. That Are Followed by Something Worte, end Mrs. Bowier I Unable to Refrain From Faw Remarka of an Ironical Nature. By M. QUAD. (Copyright, 1914, by Ansoclated ITeaa. Literary Just VERSE FOR THIS WEEK na Thou wilt Is jusl what I canine." for It" Rhyme Definitions. The dog was found among thowo In "You'd better get the dinner on." This is a favorito game in our During the men I Mr. Bowser seemed the shed, and the woman went away Son scolding. She bad not family. It Is not so difficult that preoccupied and talked very little, but muttering nnd In tho September Woman's llomo it taxes n weary mind, and yet it no cnlumlty occurred. They had fin- been gone ten minutes nnd Mr. Bowser ished when the basement bell rang, and was about to lock up for tbe night, Companion Anno Bryan McCall, is hard enough to have zest. a minute Inter a discussion was beard when the doorbell was almost Jerked writing one of her "Tower Room"' Sotno one thinks of a word, say between the cook and a small boy who ont by the roots. It was a man this talks, quotes tho following letter bay." Tho word may bo any bad a dng at bis heels. Mr. Bowser time. lie pushed his way Into tbo hall, from tho mother of an only son: part of speech. "I am thinking of bunied downstairs and was nbscnt for and, shaking his list under Mr. "If I could begin to tell you how something," ho says, "that rhymes quarter of an hour. When bo re Bowser's no.se, he shouted: "You miserable old dog thief, but I hard it is to keep my hands off his with hay." turned Mrs. Bowser looked at blm In a way that called for an explanation, and am going to drive your bead through life. 1 want him to need me. I "Is it n portion of tlmo?" will ho explained: tho wall!" find myself hurt when his friendho asked. "Whnt-wba- t's tho matter?" was the It was a boy with n dog. I bare ships and Interests arc apart from "No, it is not day," ho will an shut the dog up In the shed." stammering query. sec, his father died hswer. mine. You "Tho matter Is that you aro en "But wbat do wo want of a dogr' when ho was a little baby. Ho has couraging a band of hoodlums to steal she queried. "Is it a negative?" Nothing, my dear. Ilavo you ever people's dogs nnd that one of them has been so dependent on mo. Now ho "No, it is not nay." noticed how many homeless dogs thcro stolen mine and brought blm here. ls n crown man and I must learn to "Or tho noiso a horso makes?" aro on the street 7" Trot him right out or I'll thump you let him live his own life. It isn't "Not neigh." "No, I never did." till you can't holler!" better So tho defining continues, till easy! You will understand "My dear man" A Cold Hearted Parson. if I tell you tho 'heart' of tho trouble, at last sotno ono asks, "Is it a por"Trot him out, I say!' "I didn't suppose you had, knowing say: Tho 'other wo tion of tho sea partly surrounded as you would Tbo nsylum was visited nnd tbe how selfish and cold hearted you are. man' has como into his life. Tho by land?" and tho confession must missing dog recovered, and bis still Indignant owner talked fight till the woman, I mean, whom ho is going bo mado, "Yes, it is bay." gate closed behind blm. Mr. Bowser to lovo bolter than ho loves me Then tho successful guesscr must was wondering over the wickedness or I have no reason to feel as I do. I select a word and tell what it his assistants when Mrs. Bowser apought to bo thankful on my knees rhymes with. Of course, it is best peared. that ho has chosen a fine, unselfish to select a word with many rhymes "Don't you think It would bo n good was not of girl. Hut my thought Idea to turn the rest of the dogs loose THE SNOW AT PLAY thankfulness for his happiness, but and abolish the homer she queried. "I "Never!" shouted Mr. Bowser. of misery for my loss. Plcaso don t I'he snow is running up tho steps set out to establish a home, and I'll And in Ihe windows peeping; think I am going to stay selfish like do It or perish In tho attempt" this. I'm going to tight this thing The Snow is dancing on tho roofs, Unlooked For Developments. A whirling motion keeping. every day. I'vo always been selllsh, inir wsbbbbbbbbbbbbbwtai At that moment tbe sound of an and It is a hard light." Iho Snow is romping with the wind, awful racket came np from the shed. And rushing hither, thither, Tbe seven dogs left had entered Into n How to Keep Young battle royal, and the noise was one to jSStoTl'kf awliahir Woman's Home fho Snow i playing jrtip the- whole neighborhood. 'Mr. .i.i-'mi.i-In corners whore, O whither? iwrit. Bowser dashed downstairs and out M4ftrtfetoitil1cd "What Is Tho Snow is climbing up tho trees info the yurd. nnd In another second he 'had tho door of the shed open. lie And to tho fences cliiuriiiK: Youth? What After Youth?' writes was going to yell at the dogs to stop The 'Snow is crunching In tho grass In nart as follows: tho row. but no sooner was tho door And on the branches swinging. "A very general rule with but few thrown open than tbo fighting, strug exceptions can bo laid down as fol- The Snow is sparkling with its fun . gling seven made a rush. So lows: Tho body ordinarily looks as Bowser. Instinct worried the dogs that And now. and now. 0 hallo I nil! n Llm mind thinks and feels. ho was to blame for the row and they I'ho Snow, the Snow is playing ball quit fighting nmong themselves to snap "Khakosncarc anticipated by many I TUB BOTH WBltK IN LOCK. With every other fellow at his heels. It was a nip and tuck years tho best psychology of the but I have. At this very minute there race, with n bulldog trying to find n times when ho saidi IK is tho mind SNOW DAYS aro probably 1.000 friendless, homeless place to bang on to, but Mr. Bowser that makes the body rich.' An om 0 tho children lovo tho snow, and dogs wnnderlng about tho city." not only reached tho fence, but went inenL modern writer has Riven ut they never grumblo over itl "And Is that our fault? Into the next yard nnd wiped over fully Old Winter snaps, hut in their wraps "In ono way, no. In another way, wo out a It of enrth. It wnsn't flvo minternncn to tho samo truth moro bed and moro helpfully, perhaps, In the have n duty to perform. As human be utes before twenty men and boys wero they toss and lumblo over it. ings ns men nnd women with souls on hand, and one of them had wit following: The prevailing stato of In a laughing, jolly jumble, mind, or character of thought, Through a snowdrift they aud hearts ne should take heed of enough to let the dogs out They went first tho aufferlncs of the brute creation. out snnrllng and howling and lighting, shapes tho body and features. It stumble; bulldog having tho best of It What Is more cad than to see a poor with makes us ucly or pleasing, attrac Then a snow mnn, like a dough man dog skulking about In fear and hunger? nnrl tho nmlil the ecneral unroar Mr. tivo or remilsivo to others. Our (Though ho really looks liko no That he Is an outcast and outlaw Is Bowser climbed back Into bis own ynrd thought shapes our gestures, our man), not his fault The world owes him n and got Into tbe house. Mrs. Bowser mannerism, our walk. Tho least They freeze stiff as any Roman, llvlug tbe same as It docs a man. Liu wns quietly awnltlng htm. "Well, how many bites did you get maulty owes blm food nnd kind treat movement of muscle has a mood of Hie ho has n chanco to crumble, from your homeless, friendless dogs? menf mind, a thought, behind it. A mind So, bailout who loves tho snow, Tcrhnps you are going to found a sho asked ns sho surveyed bis tattered alwavs determined, has always a do Let him out got dog usylum?" observed Mrs. Bowser trousers legs. termined walk. A mind always Nicholas, after nwhlle. St. Ho turned red and glared nt her nnd weak, shiftimr. vacillating and un "You have bit It exactly," he replied swallowed the lump In his throat but THE BIRDIES' BREAKFAST certain, makes n shuffling, shamb as tbo cat came out from tinder tho bo made no reply. lie wns so mad and loungo and tuIfTcd tho atmosphere ns scared end upset that he couldu't even ling, uncertain gait. Tho spirit of Two liltlo birdies, if sho suspected the presence of a charge her with conspiracy, nnd nftor Ono wintry day, determination braces every muscle "Yes, ma'am, I have estab seeing that tho front door wns locked, canine. of delcrr Began to wonder It is tho thought-rclcmclished a homo for friendless dogs, and bo followed her upstairs and simply filling ovcry muscle. If (hen to say, initiation And I bave managed to growl out: It already has an occupant. vou send from you in thought the "How about breakfast, "Woman, you nnd I will settlo this arranged with several boys to bring elements of worry, fret, hatred, or This wintry day." mo every friendless dog they can And, thing In the morning." grief, you aro putting in action Each canine shall hnro bed and board Two liltlo maidens, Good Time Coming. for a couple of weeks nt least, and I forces Injurious to your mind and One wintry day, "I see now, according to Dr. Clement have no fear that tbo public will not body. Look at tho discontented, Inli) tho garden take them off my hands. You are not Lucus of England, the human family gloomy, melancholy, and illtcmpor-c- d Wended their way, with mo In this charity, of course, but Is likely to become a ono toed race.' or women, and you seo in men Where tho snow lay deep, I shall carry It through just tho samo. said tho pessimist. their faces proofs of tho action of "Well, that means fewer corns," re There goes tho bell, nnd that means That wintry day. this silent forco of their unpleasant plied tho optimist Yonkers States another dog." They swept tho snow thoiiKht. cultiiur. carving and shap Mr. Bowser opened tho door to And man. With u broom away, ing them to their present expression. another boy nnd another dog. lie was Trouble to Follow. They scattered crumbs paying the lad ami giving him words Such pcoplo aro never In good "How Is that novel you'ro rending?' of praise at the same time when the And went lo play; health, for that forco acts on them "I'm worried about the heroine, fnmlly cat. which bad followed him So tho birdies had breakfast as a poison, and creates some form downstairs, took n baud In It With know she's tu for n lot of trouble." That wintry day. "Why so?" of disease,'" a yeowl and n howl she lit on tho dog's Solcctcd back, nnd for two or three minutes Mr. "Sho gets mnrried at pago 27, don Origin of the Word Velocipede. Bowser, the boy, tbo dog nnd tbo cat you know." Knnsns City Journal. IN SCHOOL DAYS Prank II. VUotolly tolls "The Story were nil mixed up. Then the cat reof the Whool" In tho April St. Nlch Ho saw her lift her eyes; ho felt treated, nnd the dog wns conducted to Her Presence Desired. olas. Aftor describing tho Introduc Tho soft hand's light caressing, tho nsylum. "How fortunate! Mrs. Snobleig tion of tho celerlfore and tho dandy And heard tho tremble of her voico. !.s here tonigiit. The Cook Makes a Fust. horso, Mr, Vltetelly says: As if a fault confessing. "What's nil this about?" demanded "Hut 1 thought you said sho al Dy this tlmo tho principle of balanc tho cook ns Mr. Bowser returned vays snubs vou when you meet. ing tho tbocl was understood, and tho "I'm sorry that I spelt tho word; through the kitchen. , "She does, but now I shall get I hato lo go ahovo you, task of doveloplng tho crudo vehicle "My dear woman, I am being kind of M. do Slvrao was begun. It was not Ileoause," tho brown oyes lower lo homeless dogs," be replied. the chance to snub her first nnd in long, however, boforo this machine luch distinguished company too." fell, "Aro there others to come?" was rcplacod by another, or was, per Detroit rrec Tress. "I hope so. Yes. I am In hope to pick "Ilecauso, you sec, I lovo you I" haps, only renamed. During tho French up about fifty more." man "Thou I quit my Job In tho moroln', rorolutlon a now form was Introduced Still memory to a gray-hairCurious Wedding Ring Custom. undor tho name ot vcloclforo; and Its is showing I have never yet worked In n dog nsy There Is an old tradition at Tours to That sweet child-fac- o riders becamo known as velocipedes, Dear girl I tho grasses on her grav turn, nnd. pleum heaven. I never will! Which brides udbero strictly, accord In tho year 1S03 one of theso vehicles, No uso to talk to me, sir. I can stand a lng to Comte Austin do Croze, who do- Havo forty years been growingl shown at tho Luxembourg gardens In rat or two nround. nnd I can put up Uvercd a lecture ou Freuch folklore In Paris, was much used. Eight years Ho lives to learn, in lifo's hard With n cranky man. but I'm no lady ns (London., When tho ring Is being put later anotbor wheel ot similar form school, slstaut In n dog asylum." en ber finger at tho altar tbo bride canio Into Franco, and gained popular "I suppose yon buve been consplrln, .Ukea'csio tbat It does not pass beyond How few who pass abovo him faror at tbo aardens ot tho Tlvoll; this Lament, their triumph and his loss with the girl." said Mr. Bowser, ne be Uwjweefd Joint. Otherwise sbo would can quit was the Dralilno, named from its In Liko her, because tlioy lovo him eot back unsrtilrs.to "But shokuow I'm 'iieferjtjopo to be absolute sovereign la lier! I ventor. and be hanged ur.MW'nooja. John Greonleaf Whiltior. A would will; (live mo hill this, tho heart to ho content, And, If my wish is thwarted, to llo still, Waiting till puzzle and till pain are spent, inndo plain And tho sweet thing which tho Lord meant. Susan Coolidgc, A como up for mo this nftcrnoon?" nuked Mr. Bowser ns tie entered tho bouse tho other evening. "Nothing," replied Mrs. Downer. "Tlint'H funny." "Old you expect n goat to be left NVTIIINO here?" "No matter. It will como along soon." "I saw a mnn go pnst with a coon In box." "I'm not In tho coon business." "If It's a camel I'd better watch out right In this thing. I know that my course la dictated by the sentiment of merer, nnd the dog nsylum shall go on In iplto of everything," Mrs, Bowser was slipping upstairs without a word In reply when I lie bell rang again nnd dog No. ,1 was nt bund. Ho had scarcely been "nsyluined" wbeh Nos, 4 and S showed up. Tho boys were In luck. It was cash down and words of cncoiiriigetncnt In every case. By 10 o'clock Mr. Bower had nlno dogs In the shed, nnd after ex hausting the sera ii In the kitchen h bad sent to the butcher's for meat nnd bones. He was enjoying that complacency felt by nil men who have nobly performed a duty when there came n loud pent nt the front door. He hastened to open it, to dud a woman on tho tops. A Cloud on the Horizon. A nice sort of man you are, I must say! Where's my dogr "Your dog, madam V be quoted, "Yes, my dog! Ho was stolen out of the yard half an hour ago, and the boy was seen to enter this house. So you've got down to encouraging boys to steal dogs, bave you? I'll bavo blm or bring tho police here!" My dear woman, don't get excited. If your dog Is here bo was taken by mistake, and I am sorry for It. I received blm as a homeless, friendless SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- g Training that adds to your power, combined with general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commar-cia- l. FOR YOUNG LADIES Horns Science, Dressmaking, Cooking. 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For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra 531 hide-and-se- ek "- - - h-- HP did-Mr- charge. All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings, aad many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the vaue of their labor. Except ( ictnter it ie expected that all will have a chance to cam a part of expeneee. Write to the Secretary before coming to teeure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, ett, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our cluntafatk best, but as students must attend classes regardless of. the weaUaaaJsaiesu. wraps 'and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are neeessewy.' TaU STORE famishes books, toilet articles, work imlfiiiae umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no rwt for the fine buildings n which stuients live, charging only enough roosi rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing or bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, in the fail, and $1.50 iu winter for furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid bat once, asd Is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses or care ef 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 aad $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent fty the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM tW $6-0- 0 VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL . OOLLBOB Incidental Fee Room $ 6.00 5.60 $ 6.00 7.00 $ 7.M 7.00 Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 10, 1914... Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 4, 1914 Total for term Incidental Fee Room Board" 6 weeks 0.45 $20.05 Ml $29.60 $ 5.00 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31 JO 9.4$ $Z&4 .4C $2.99. $ WINTER TERM 6.00 9.00 $24.90 9.00 $29.00 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 1J $23.2 1M 9.99 Amount due Jan. 8, 1918 Board 6 weeks due Feb. 17, Total for term 1911 9M $3ZJ This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Full WiitUr String TtUt $12.00 $10.09 $14.00 Stenography and Typewriting.... $tCM 10.90 14.00 12.00 MM Bookkeeping (brief course) 7.00 6.00 t.00 Bookkeeping (regular course).... ItM Businoss course studies for students in other departments: 9.00 7.59 X7.M 10.50 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 4.00 7.00 1LM i.ee of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., Cera. .49 1.89 1.50 Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $U.OO per term. young man or young woman can get an education at d Any Berea if there is the will to do so. It Is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and hare a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time In the public schools going over and over the same things, when they might he Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting in on new studied with some of the best young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may ber. signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or nelgn-boThe use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Fall TArm opened September 10, iOIi. Hurry up! f For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, able-bodie- ed MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Pago Eight. THE CITIZEN Octobnr 22, 10M. East Kentucky Grrespondence News You Get Nowhere Else mmfmttan iMhM mIms tJtMS la ha ky tfet wtm. Tfce mm liMlkc rMlaatla, tat m aa rrUno H no Wt. WrH aUatr. V A foddcr.-- Dr. A. II. Arbill, dentist of Silver Creek Bcrca, is at the homo of C W. Iloso, Silver Creek, Ocl. 19 Sunday doing some work. Thursday, was school is progressing nicely at Sil tho Teacher's Association at Pino ver Creek. Attendance is larger drove. Tho attendance was good. every Sunday evening. Everybody .. "u - pvnu nas uccn quuo , is somo Evans moved their families to Hollo , welcome. We hope lo have a larg- so long, is consmcramy ucucrii better at this writings-M- rs.in Itobort County last week. J. T. Evans to er crowd next Sunday at 2 o'clock. ri'iiuru-- uiiH uncK uarpciucr is Molntosh is seriously ill. Arjay and Win. Evans lo Wnllscnd Miss Malilo Johnson, who has been no IIUllUI . 1 III I1I11U II l III Ul Tho Temperance, Rally held at tho sick for the past two weeks is ablo Martha oung died Oct. !2lh of Locust Branch M. E. Church of Pittsburg was n mHKXlL to bo out again. Mr. C. T. Todd croup. The bereaved parents havo Locust llranoh, Oct. 17, Mr. S. 13. grand success. Wo aro glad lo gay bought a nice bunch of hogs from our sympathy. Kelley and his daughter, Lena, vis- tlj tcinperanco is growfjig more Mr. W. A. Johnson last week. ited their old homo place, at Itcd rapidly in Laurel County than over Quite a number of the young folks ROCKCASTLE COUNT Lick a few days last week Thero before. from around here spent n pleasant Boone day cheslnullng in Rockcastle. They Boone, Oct. 19. Wo have had so- - was quite a big title in lied Lick one BREATHITT COUNTY day this week. all report a fine time. vero rain and high water for tho Limbric past week. Mr. Newton Miraclo is JACKSON COUNTY Kingston Pryse Lainbrio, Oct. 12 Robert Bates Kingston, Oct. 19. Mr. and Mrs. now in Leo County, Virginia and Green Hall Pryse, Ocl. 19, Tho voters at this of Letcher County passed through Green Hall, Oct. 19 Farmers aro Oieon Durham aro tho proud par Harlan Co., Kentucky buying cattle. p.its of a boy born Oct. 13. Mr. and Mr. Charlie Cornett, who has been placo say if there is something done here on his way to ML Sterling with somewhat behind with their wheal Mrs. M. I). Flanery were called to visiting A. H. Blair, has returned to between now and Christmas it will one hundred and forty head of cat sowing on account of rontinuous Be.iliyvlllc last week by tho illness Letcher County .Mr. E. C. Blair ho to elect J. C. V, tie. Mr. Bates is ninety years old rains for Iho Inst week. Tho Teachand tho. death of Mrs. Flanery's stuck a nail in his foot last week and Beckham for thoro Is no reason why and says he has been to ML Sterling ers' Association of tho 3rd Educa They wero accompanied it is giving him considerable pain, ho should not be our United States every year for seventy-si- x years. mother. tional Division was held at Mrs Mr. E. G. Thomas' daughter. May. Senator. Born to Mr. and Mrs. C, S. II. Fiigatc was in Jackson home, Saturday, by her father, Mr. last E. II McCollum's school al Bethle Eager, who is very feeble There is improving somo from a bad pois- - B. Pryso on tho 7th a lino boy. His Monday attending court. Riley hem, Saturday, October 17. It was blio has suffered much has been a heavy rainfall here the en. namo is C. B. Pryse, Jr also o Mr. demons died at his home at Guago a bad, rainy day and many of the BAKING POWDER past week. Farmers are not thru Mr. liplon Chasleen of our placo and Mrs. Richard Chancy on the last Tuesday night. Ho was sev were not present. teachers A sowing wheat. Rye and grass aro who was operated on for appendi- - iOlh a lino boy. Ills namo Is Mar enty-thryears old and has al- bountiful dinner wns spread, quite looking (Inc. There is a good yield oitis is getting better. Born in tho cu3 Howell. The young folks met ways been a good citizen. Rev. M. a lot of food was enrried bark homo. of sweet potatoes here, but not many nome or Leo Wren, a lino baby girl at Durbin School Houso Sundav n D. Stacy attended his regular meet- I'lie following program was pre purest. Best last week. Wo had a fine meeting m. and spent tho afternoon singing, ing in Knott county last Saturday pared: Irish potatoes. ncv. James preaching. Tho attend- Mr. W. L. Allen, tho furniture and Sunday. Fanners aro through Song. Hallle Hymn of the Republic, Slate Lick fails. Best because anco was large. The revival meet- - dresser, who has his headquarters with their fodder and say that their Welcome Address, Mrs. E. K Slato Lick, Oct. 17. J. II. Preston ing ai rairvicw ciiurcn was post- - at Irvine, has been doinu nuito a lot crops are better than they havo McCollum. it makes every baking has been on the sick list the past poned on account of Rev. Gooch's of work in this vicinitv. Thn heaw been Program of recitations by students light, fluffy nnd evenly for years. Joseph Miller .week. Mr. Tom Crouchcr continues of the district. 'poorly T. M. McCormick has been uuugiuur ouing iow witn luDcrcu raised. Best because losis Tho Sunday School is build Talk by County Superintendent logging in Jackson County the past it is moderate in cost J THE YANKEES BURDEN ing up fine. Everybody is interest Subject: Duty of Parents week, but had to come home on achighest in quality. ed and attendance is good. Mrs. (The Heritage of Progress.) '4 Teachers and Trustees count of so much wet weather. Mr. Mary Johnson is improving from By Smiley Fowler At your grocers. Prof. A. J. .Creech David Smith is building a dwelling her illness and is again ablo to bo 9 Tho Problem of the Mountain Peo house but had to slop on account on i Take up tho Yankeo's burde- nTake up the Yankeo's burden her feeL ple by Grant Fryo. or the rain. Chestnut hunting is tho To lead wilh gentle hand To face untcrrided Climax baiulalion nnd Good Health by fad of tho day. Good luck to Tho Tho way for stubborn Folly RECEIVED Climax, Ocl. 17. Mrs. Sherman! Tho penalties of Progress Prof. L. A. Clark Citizen and its readers. Tho Western gate swings wide. HIGHEST That will not understand. Cook has been sick for four years, Teach the Children Courtesies by Your cider's eyes are on you, AWARDS Tho triumph of tho Saxon, suffering severely from rheumatism rred Peters, JACKSON COUNTT A watch to laud or blaino; Tho Latin's swift decay-M- ake and heart-drops- y. WatM. P Fm4 Ea. 1 Good friends How Hotter Education in Eastern Ethel you your brother's keeper; To glorify your wisdom have felt for some time that sho Kentucky, by Mrs. E. K. McCullum- .Ethel, Oct. 17. Most everybody must soon pass And an ancient debt's to pay. Or mock at Freedom's name. fllHyBa Pari gnlU. Fmu lo the great beyond. Whooping rough nnd chicken pox is from this placo attended tho annual bunday, October 12th, her friends prevalent in this community. The meeting of tho Christian Church at Tako up the Yankee's burden bade her good-bShe leaves a Take up tho Yankee's burden, young folks in this locality attend ML Olivo Friday, Saturday and Though all tho Powers scoff Tis more than arms you need. ed husband, four sons, and two daugh church al Union church Sunday Sunday, Mrs. Bertha Messer died your fathers At tho wisdom of Nor dreams of spoils nor conquest ters to The largest crop of chestnuts over the 12th at her homo in Leo County certainlymourn her loss. She was Bo yo law, "Hands off! The worn-oa grander deed, a I tU known has been raised this year. I Tw tm'l mn mmr U farlnCalwl, It'll after a brief illness. Her remains name, blie mother worthy of her And while you guard your portalsGo, fight Dm'tUmUiL harder battle had a sinilo for every J. C. W. Beckham, candidate fur IJ. I Ukl4r. mut wfcilwi lin Iml 1 were laid to rest in tho familycem maiil hti The nations, silent, wail, Than tho Caeiars fought of yor- eM... Hj S. senator, spoko to a large audience J Cli h h W ctery at tho homo of her childhood, body and good council and advico Ana cnargo you witn mo sateiy with uusl upon your sabers ror her boys and girls. Our prayer at Boonovillo October 15. Chester Sue leaves a husband and son with - And rust on Janus's door. Of tho stranger at your gale. Crank and Heber Wilson left for Be a host of relatives and friends. Tho for them is, that God may comfort You will alwnyjTTwjW .. 1. M,t ln,.i bereaved havo our deepest sympathy tnein in their loss and make them 1.11 i emer school wo The Citizen offlco.Whe fomo" worthy of such a wife and mother. rains tho past week swelled tho riv warned the hands on tho road Inst wero sorry to givo them up Mr. Jesse St. John is slowly but to tho show on tho 31st como around Gauley er and creeks and damaged a lot of Friday arid they all camo and did proud lo know that they aro striv and look al us. We will givo you Mrs. Botncr Messer is Gauley, Oct. 10. Mr. Melvin Bar- - fodder and corn. hard wort. The S. S. at this placo ing lo gain knowledge. still on tho sick list. We have had a sinilo fire, and Tho Citizen four is progressing nicely and has good an abundance of rain tho last few nett is very sick at this ... teen months for one dollar. ... , writing. l Il CLAY COUNTY IN OUR OWN STATE uarneus cmiurcn aro attendance. Wo aro glad that thoro days although people bad nice .ui. Vine (Conlinucd from pago 1) was a S. S. in our neighborhood. weather for saving fodder and sow sick with lagrippe. Mr. Bob Bul FARM TOR SALE ing wheat. Mr. Jesse McDanicl is lock is in Bell County working in Vine, Ocl. 10. The farmers aro They aro a good thing for tho young A motion for thn drys was suslain- the coal mines. Mr. Georgo Shelton 300 farm bound lo sell in dangerously ill with rheumatism getting behind with their wheat boys and girls, so let everyone at- ed on the grounds that tho wets bo V 7 r" "T and a complication of diseases, was brought homo from Richmond, tend for Christ's sake. .1 compelled to make more dellnito "f Church services were held at his dead where he was receiving treat- - Rebecca Pennington is some better their petition in regard ,o th. OWSLEY COUNTY Rood 2 homo on Sunday night by Rev. St, mem. ior a wounu received In a U. n.i wshi m names of the voters that wero al Conkling story house and very good outJohn, Wilder and Gibson. Rev. Ira huum,w nray, anu was burie- d- )Iied al ,,er homo on Rasseg Crcek leged to havo been voted illegally. o are having some rainy weather buildings, orchard, ' gardens, good Conkling, Oct. 10. Tho tide in and J. L. Pennington will fill their Iasl Mondny nignt. Slie wns ,a,d t0 water, good wood, everything conchurch appointment at Munoio at present. Mr, F. M. Pondor is ablo rest in tho family graveyard near jSouth Fork recently, enabled somo UNITED STATES NEWS. venientSchool, Church, Etc. Six School houso tho fourth Sunday in to bo out again. Mrs. D. Parker is this placo Wednesday evening.. The of tho logging men lo get their tim(Continued from pago 1) .. ,!! miles from R. R. I mean to sell at a this month. The former will fill school is lmsbaild fater. mollier. l,rotl,er nnd ber to market. Elder J. W. Andersl.ck ist-- pur son filled, his regulnr appointment Wounded Detective Kills Suipect He bargain. If interested call on or B. M. Pon sister havo the heart-fe- lt his regular appointment at High progressing nicely sympathy Had Been Chailng. write, D. B. Robinson, Datha, Ky. at Liberty Saturday and Sunday. Knob on tho 1st. Mr. Geo. Cavins dor as teacher. Mr. Arch Tyro is of us all. on the sick list this week. Good tocpects lo leave in a few days for School at Iliversido is progressing nnmmond. inn.. Oct. 20. with a mortal bullet wound In his lungs from nicely with Maltio Ray as teacher xmncsseo on an extended visit with luck to Tho Citizen and its readers LAUREL COUNTY Miss Myrtle Wilson and brother the revolver of n dimpcct whom hn hnd relatives. Mr. Jas. Bowman re Pittsburg surrender. John Mnrko, a Ralph and .Miss Mattio Ray made a ordered to roup . STRAYED OR STOLEN turned Tuesday with a wagon load MARKETS detective, from the ground nnd CINCINNATI n iiu iuuj inaro muio lo nanus hign was business trip to Boonovillo Satur- shot his ansnllant, who was flcpInK n Pittsburg, uct. rj school of flour which he had ground at Corn No. 1 white 81 He, No. 2 whlti Booneville. Born on tho 15th to tho in good condition. Reward will bo dismissed last week for tho Insti- - day. Best wishes to Tho Citizen. block away through the heart. Mnrko 8181V4c, No. 3 white &04O81c, No. wife of Rev. J. W. Wilder, a boy paid for delivery to the jail at Jack tute. Prof. T. J. Coates, Iho Instruc tnen fell dead. 4 white 8O0SOV4C. No. 1 yellow 7Cc. Ricetown, son, Kentucky. For futher informa- - tor, made the session n very inter Married on tho 10th at tho home The suspect wns dead when picked No. 2 yellow 7tf?75c. No. 3 yellow "KENTUCKY MOONSHINE" up. He hue not been Identified. HQlOAc. No. 4 yellow 7314074c. No. of the bride, Mr. Ester Ferguson and lion address Sylvester Callahan Ca est ing one, ngriculluro and domestic 1 mixed 74147r.c. No. 2 mixed 74V4 science being made a specialty. All Oh, you Kentucky moonshine, Miss Stella Metcalf, Rev. Win. Pen noe, Kentucky. .) Halifax, N. S The steamer Brin- 75c. No. 3 mixed 73UQ'74c. No. 4 mixYou havo slain a thousand men, subjects wero discussed from tho nington olliciating. May their fond c 73j73V4c. white ear 77078c. yol GARRARD COUNTY four points, physical health, moral You havo broke tho hearts of moth dllla. Hying the Amorlcnn flag, wail low ear 75'7Gc, mixed ear 74 70c est hopes of wedded life bo realized brought Into port aa a prize of war bj ers true, Paint Lick Hny No. health, tho ability to earn a living, timothy 117.76. 0 No. Maulden the British auxiliary cruiser Caronla timothy JIfi.75, No. 3 timothy I13.60CTI You have parted both brother and Paint Lick, Oct. 19. The Misses and nnnreciation of the heal mines Maulden, Oct. 17. Fannio Howard The Drlndllln was formerly the Ger 14, No. 1 clover mixed $17, No. 2 clofriend. of near Stringtown is staying with Howard who aro teachers of Gar- - in life. The discussions wero very man steamer she clear ver mixed rard County, havo been spending a enthusiastic and wo feel suro that You havo disgraced your slato for ed from New Washington, Alexandria, clover $14. $15. No. 1 clover S16. No. 1 her uncle, I. S. McGeorge at this York for icw uays wilh Mr. and Mrs. A. B. indeed thoro is a new era dawning ever, Egynt. and was cautureil hv n UrliLfc Oats No. 2 wblto 4814049c. stand. place, h. B. Flanery purchased And shadowed it with crime. cruiser. Lntor sho was transferred tc .rd t8?A8,c:.?;0' , whltB TV448e, nco pair of young mules tho other Wynn. Rev. Godby failed to fill his on our schools of Laurel County Is namo wilh the charge of the Caronla, which lay. Arch Baker and family of regular appointment at Wnlnelln There was a medal contest al Lon iou havo tainted iVJ?, placed a prize crew on board. Sbi Llxed bloodshed, near this plan? aro moving to Mc bunday, on nccount of thn high don Graded School chapelThurnday "V-- i' . I. ,rw,...l iU ua, uuuauauu ui nu .. For as long as thero is lime. Wheat No. 2 reil 11.11(21.19 Hn I K'.u where they will make their water. Pio suppers aro numerous night given under tho auspices of (a her cargo. red $1.0801.10, No. 4 red $101.05. II. C. Barrelt. future home. Soveral from this m this county. The proceeds aro tho W. C. T. U. of that placo. Tho rouitry liens, 4V4 lbs and over. placo attended tho annual meeting always good. Mr. Stowo has com-- 1 contestants wero Misses Halllo '4lc; under 4V4 lbs, 13c; roosters, Posey Illinois Official Ends Life. W. W. West's beautiful houso ville, Hollo Reams, EfWe Horron, at ML Olive tho past Saturday and lOMtc; vpringers, 2 lbs and over, Posey, Oct. 10. Tho rains aro ex Springfield, III., Ort. 13, Secretary 1214c; and Mr. West is very glad to get K"zn McCarty and Messrs. Chas. under 2 lbs. lGc: younc snrint Sunday. cessive. Row J. F. Hale, Miss Gib of State Harry Woods killed himself. ducks, 4 lbs and over, 15c; spring iiHivt'u. Mr. iienry Creech w ill Ilvo lirocK nnd Hiileign bwanner. Tho His body with Clover Bottom whero .Mr. West has been this year.l00llt'stat8 did duo honor lo lliem- - lions Harmon, and Mr. Horlon center of the a bullet wound In tho ducks, 3over 3 lbs, 14c; ducks, white forehead nnd an auto under lbs, 12c; colored. 11c; young 1 roadway Clover Bottom, Oct. 17. J. II all attended tho annual 'Casey" Jones has returned lo I solves hut tho Judges after careful Webb has about finished assessing Paint meeting at Union, Leo County. Miss matic pistol clutched In his rhht hand turkeys, 8 lbs and over, 18c; turkeys Lick after being absent was discovered In the tool room of a toms, 18c; turkeys, 9 lbs and over. tho Coylo district. Rev. Henry Lew week. 18c; cull turkeys, 8c. in favor of Miss Scovillo, a former halo Poland of this placo and Mr, garnRe In the rear of his rosldenco is of Moores Creek preached at Covo Kggs firsts 2514c. firsts teacher of Pittsburg anil at present iiryco uean or uuffnlo wero recent Ad examination of the accounta of the ordinary Prime 20c, seconds 18c. 24c, firsts Springs, Saturday and Sunday ly married. Wo wish them a Ions offlce will be started at once. The a teacher in London graded school. ESTILL COUNTY Cattle Shippers $7.25 0 8.25; butchGcorgo Childers of Rockcastle Susan Halo only clue which would give a possible er steers, extra $7,60JH7.76. Kood to Mrs. James Johnson is very ill at and happy life.-A- unt Witt County closed a weeks meeting at has been very poorly but is better Indication for a crush nf tho tragic choice $6.7607.40, common to fair $9 wilt, Oct. 10. Tho now church ni Ithfs writing. Messrs. J. T. and Win. Whiles Springs. A sacrament meet uroonea now. I hero aro more chestnuts deed was a hulky bundle of papers. 0C.6O; heifers, extra $7.3507.50, good week was dedicated Sunshowing extensive deiilliiRs n raln to choice $6.2507.25, common to fall ing was held at Whites Springs day. Miss Sarah Bowman, who has through a Chicago brokerage houso. $4.5006.15; cows, extra 55.85fid.2C. Baptist Church, tho 18th. Solen and been visiUng good to choice $5.2505.76, common to relatives hero and Pa- Tom Azbill havo returned home nom nas fair $305.15; canuers $304. returned home. .Mr. B. L. BOULDER CRA8HE8 INTO COACH from Ohio. Bulls llologua $606.60, fat bulla If you want a Galvanized Roof that does McGeorgo attended church at Pa$6.2506.75. Doublelick . . . .1 n nola Sunday nighl.-- Mr. umuu juucnon, loi. Three Dor B. It. Gum Calves Extra $10.75011. not have to be painted be sure and get fnlr to Doublellck, Oct. 15, Everybody is lias his now sons were Killed and fourtoon wen good $7010.60, common and large $9 cistern completed. busy making molasses. 'ftiero was the right kind of Galvanized Roofing. Injured, six probably fatally, whon i wary winn 8 attend nir ool.nni Hogs Hood to choice nackors and a Teacher's Association at Pino at Winchester, iwomyion DouiUer, falllnir from i Grovo yesterday. The stork visitprecipice, crashed Into the dav coael butcbera $7.9508, mixed packers $7.80 Our Material and Workmanship are Irvine staga $4.2506.75. common to and smoker of Denver & Rio Grand! 07.95, ed Mr. and Mrs. McAnderson, Oct. Irvine, Oct. 19. Miss T.ni,. 'nin Guaranteed. passenger train No. 3, eighteen mllei choice heavy fat sows $5.5007.40, ex 2nd, and left a fine girl. tra ii.bu, light shippers $7.1007.60. entertained a few of her frlon.u east of this city. Before the automat! plga (110 lbs and less) $507. Eglon hursday ovenlnir.- -. --Thorn will i. air brakes had brought the rear acc Sheep Extra $4.75. to cholei Eglon, Oct. 12. Most everybody box supper al HENRY LENGFELLNER White Oak tion to a atop, a huge boulder crashed $4.2504.65, common to fair $2.5004.16. In this vicinity is dona making night Miss Cora Wlnhmn Monday L.amDs Kxtra $7.90, good to choice i Phoae 7 or 187 onto the smoking car and the dai Twakoat am Jacksoa Street. KV niolussos and through gathering Frankfort, Saturday-Alcoach, abatterlng the roofa and crump K.2S07.85, common to fair $5.0007. len Powell uu mo ueci siaei. MADISON COUNTY Don't say Flour to your merchants, say " want Zaring's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. this year than thoro havo been for many years, Tho Buck Crcek graded school Is progressing nicely wilh good attendance. LETCHER COUNTY Whiteiburo Wliltcsburg, OcL IB. Aunt Frank-i- o Webb of tho head of tho river section, walked down lo Kona and saw her first railroad train, last Tuesday. Whltesburg Commercial Club will havo a big banquet at tho WhilesburK Hotel, Ocl. 31, nt which an Interesting program will bo carried ouL Dr. Shirley nnd his ablo assistants, Miss Ruby James nnd Virginia Allen aro In Whltesburg today. They wero nl Colson last week carrying out their Invesilg- nlion into hookworm condition. They will ho hookworm huntinir in Iho school districts of Letcher County this week. Wo hnvo had much cold rain (ho pasl week in this section. I calumet Best it's the because it never for Every Baking because ee f J y. ut Ut-r- m . nt, ly jfMMHiMU ' a 1 a T ,.iii.a ,... "f" SiS..iU:. V.'r Zf (ad-17- - - V, i75 -V V7i Sco-plet- ed ,. Bml Berea Trained Teachers' Satisfy Parents and Pupils t I i