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BOWMAN, Aabtuit Himim I3EHEA COLL E (YE KY S OFF CE I tntmdpi tk PoM-nfl- e rtnm nl (form, AY, u areoiuf r Devoted to tlie Interests of ttie HKIIKA, The Citizen Io-uLnta.i- Knowledge Is power and tlM way to keep up with modem knowledge Is to read a food nowspaper. People One Dollar Vol. XVI. Five Cents a Copy. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, OCTOiIKIl 29, 1014. a Year. No. 18 Election In Kentucky Next Tuesday is election day. It is the duty of every man to cast his ballot on election day according to his best judgment for the general good of all the people. A man has no right to vote for something which he thinks will benefit himself at the expense of others; he has no right to sell his vote for money or favor of anv kind; each man is an elector charged with the welfare of all the people and he is to use his best judgment to promote the general good. In order to elect men to offices, we have to form parties and each party is supposed to stand for certain principles of honor and of progress. Of course, every party desires to appear patriotic. No man dares ask for office except by promising some public benefit. The Democratic party in Kentucky has so divided the legislative districts as to enable the minority of Democrats to elect the majority in the Legislature. Thus the majority of the people is practically disfranchised and the will of the people set aside. Until this great wrong is rilited, the one issue in Kentucky is to defeat the Democratic party. Every lover of fair play should be on hand early and vote the full Republican ticket unless there may be some instance in which the Republicans have been so forgetful as to nominate an unworthy man. We can elect a United States Senator and we have a candidate of whom, in all respects, we can be proud. Augustus E. Willson lias proven himself of great ability and incorruptible honor. No man could represent our state ,m ore worthily than he. In international matters he will support President Wilson. In national affairs he will look out for the public good and the rights of all the people. Let every man cast an unbought, unfrightencd, patriotic ballot. IN OUR OWN STATElUMITED STATES NEWS! Oil Wells Shot Several oil wells In tho Cow Creek Valley were shot Ibis week. Tbcro is n wonderful amount of riches bidden beneath the soil in this part of the country. Tholr First Train Mr. Kldd of I.ouisviljo passed through Irvino Iho 22nd," on route homo from a visit to relatives in Owlsey county. Ho made tho trip in pari by auto. Ho had with him Ills two sisters both over CO years of age. Neither of them had seen an auto or a train. li'ino to Have a Now Depot Negotiations havo been complet ed for the site of a new depot in Irvine at the junction of the L. & A roads, and tho II is said it will be a handsome building. Lee County in for Good Roads Lee County is lo held an election on the 28lh of November lo vote on the question of a bond issue for thirty-liv- e thousand dollars to be spent on the roads of the county. Convict Goes Unguarded Itecently a convict of Iho stale penitentiary who is serving a sen lence of from two lo Iwenly-on- e years was allowed to go to Jackson unguarded to attend a trial as a witness in the case of the CommonThe wealth against Isaac Miller. convict was the llrst to have gone from the city of Frankfort unguard Irvinc-Wincbcstcr ed. Coal Fields Near Hazard The East Tennessee Coal Company is now developing a 7,800 acre Held a short distance from Hazard, and has built n spur from the L. & N. to their mine. The Ashless Coal Co. is opening a field, Hie capacity of which is estimated at 1,500 tons per lay. The Wolf Valley Coal Company Is renewing their work under They expect a new management. soon lo have an output of a Ihous and tons daily. Y. M. C. A. Mocts at Winchester The State Student Conference of tho Y. M. C. A. wilt be beldut Win Chester November 0, 7 and 8. About one hundred aiuf llfty delegates will attend. The schools represented will be Uerea, Cumberland, Hellicl, East ern Kentucky Normal, Georgetown, Kentucky Military Institute, William Lindsay Training School, Pres Seminary, byterian Theological Haptisl Theological Seminary, Sue Hennett Memorial School, Union University, College, Transylvania University of Louisville, State Uni versity, Vantlerbill Training School and Kentucky Wesleyan. Large Horse Shipment Ky., Oct. 20. One Lexington, thousand horses were bought in the surrounding country for use in the allies army. They aro to be shipped lo Baltimore, from there lo France. It is said that there are warships just outside the neutral zone which will convey them to their destination. Citizen's Bank of Murray Goes Bad On tho morning of the 2Gth the Citizen's Hank of Murray, Ky., sus peuded business because It was uu able to realize on its asscsts lo meet inunediato obligations. It was or ganized with a capital of $30,550.00 iu 1002. II was placed in the hands of the Stato Hanking Commissioner l J. Smith. Prohibition in Ohio prohibition, Ohio votes next Tuesday on State-wid- e and all the signs point to a passage of this great law. It will mean, as it has meant in Maine, in Kansas and other states, prosperity, good order and everything that goes with public welfare. The whole liquor business is detrimental to the fanl-il- y and to the State. On with prohibition! Chapter THE HEALTH MASTER from the book to entitled by Samuel HopVlni Adatni, published by per minion of Houghton Mifllln Company. Deputies Caught Napping. Jcllico, Tenn., Oct. 20. It is re ported that moonshiners caught three deputies off their guard near Klk Vnlley after they had made a raid on their outfit and destroyed II. They beat them up badly plac ed them iu their own conveyance and told Ihcm lo drivo on and never come ttiat way again If Ihey counted their lives world anything. Tho same deputies do not want to make any raids in Dial samo section soon The Cotton Situation. Washington, Oct. 20 According lo tho opinion of the President tho collon situation is being cleared up steadily nnd as rapidly as possiblo under the present war conditions Tho President is much encouraged by plans for furnishing money to the planters and opening up foreign markets. He predicts that all for eign ports will be open lo cotton soon. At the December session of Congress plans will bo discussed. Mrs. Carman Released on Bond New York, Oct. 20. Mrs. Flor ence Carman who has been on trial all last week for tho murder of Mrs, Louise Hailcy was released on $25- ,0(K) bail by Justice Charles II. Kelby, in the Kings County Supreme Court, in Brooklyn. She started immcdial- ly for her homo in Freeport. Important Cases Advanced Washington, Oct. 20. The Su preme Court on account of the irn portance advanced for hearing on December 7lh, Iho following cases The Ohio National Guard case, in volving the power of the President to order tho National Guard of the States lo foreign territory without llrst having them mustered as volunteers of the U. S. Army. The NewYork Tribune case involving the right of tho government to compel newspaper editors to divulge tho source of Iheir information. Tho Oregon minimum wage law cases were also advanced to the same date. - RUSSIANS PURSUING GERMANS Latter Not Getting Moment's Rest. RETREAT FROM POLAND Kaiser's Army In the East Sore- BELGIANS FACE nRFfln FAMINF Nation's Food Supply Prac- tically Exhausted. WHITLOCK CALLS FOR RELIEF American Minister at Brussels Says That It I Abtdlutely Essential That Food Be Obtained at Once For (he Stricken People of War Despoiled Country to Save the Populace Frorrl Starvation. Brussels, Oct 27. Nearly 7,000,000 people In Belgium face famine unless ly Beset By Cossacks. they receive help from the outside at once. THE SITUATION AT THE WEST The American minister to Belgium', Brand Whltlock, says that less than two weeks' supply of food remains in French Reports Continue Favor- tho cities, while conditions In the country districts are oven worse. Thougn Germany has seized tho food In soma able lo the Allies. cities for It. soldiers. It still disclaims responsibility for feeding the Belgians. Mr. Whltlock' has had on hand only Ilcrlln. Oct 27. Tho Gorman army peasants' black bread for two weeks Is gaining on the Belgian-Frencfron PP Y tier. North of Arras a heavy French ? " " are feeding rlnwn iVln tVinlti Ina.A.. hundred soup thousands of tho needy In Brussels t hain "les forraer,Iy r'Ch dl8cha;81 of the war our offensive on Auguatowa ' .t..v rt ,, Z,T Is pngrosslng. gorod Is favorable, but till now there has been no decision. London, Oct. 27. There has been no slackening of the retreat of tho German armies from before Warsaw, according to the best Information here. Apparently tho kaiser's troops havo been driven from position aftei- position and have been forced to con tlnue their hurried marches towatd tho The battle near Ivan- - frontier, without getting a moment's rest from the pursuing armies which tho Grand Duke Nicholas Is pushing forward, Kal-lsc- A FAMILY SCHOOL OF HEALTH The Corner of Iho neigliborliooil, por- hnps," said Mrs. Clydo tliouulit fully "Hut how convenient ft will hoi" Mr. Clyiln hatl eoino homo with was to Iho nnws that a tlrng-stor- o lio opened shortly on tho adjacent corner. Shifting his position to dodge a foliage-piercin- g shaft of sunlight -- Ihey wore all sitting out on tho shady lawn, in tho cool of a Seplemlior afternoon Dr. Strong shook his head. "Too convenient, altogether," ho observed. "How'h thai?" (pieried Mr. Clyde Is like a gun In Tex "A ilnyf-slo- ru as: you may not need il often, hut when you do need It, you need it like Mazes." "True enough. Hut most people tho drug-store- ." ' "Not this family; al least, since our house-doctcanto to keep us well on (ho Chinese plan," said Mrs. Clyde gracefully. llut Or. Strong only looked rueful-"You- r Chinese doctor has to plead guilty lo negligence ,of what has been going on under his very nose." "Oh, not more trouble!" pleaded Mrs. Clyde. She hud como through the dreaded ordeal or llltlo Hetty's operation for adenoids which had proved to be, after all, so slight anJ comparatively painless with a greatly augmented respect for nnd trust in Dr. Strong; but her nerves still quivered. "Nnlhiiy, (o trouble you," tho doctor assured her, "hut enough lo make mo feel guilty and stupid. Have you noticed any change In Manny, lately?" "Manny" was fourtecn-yenrs-oMaynard Clyde, (he oldest of the children; a high school lad, tall, lathy, athletic, and 'Tho hoy is as nervous as a, wilch," put In Grandma Sharpies. "I've noticed it since early summer." "Then I wish you had taught mo my trade," said Dr. Strong. "Manny is so husky and active that I've hardly given him a thought." "Well, what's wrong with him?" asked Iho father anxiously. "Too much drug-store- ," was tho prompt reply. "Not drugs!" cried Mrs. Clydo, horrified. 'That child!" "Well, no; not in Iho sense you mean it. Wall; tliero ho is now. Mannyl" ho called, raising his voice. over-patroni- ze or ld good-tempere- d. Drug-Stor- e "No, il won't mlil to Iho nttrac-tlveno- ss over here a minute, will you?" The boy ambled over, and drop pei down on liio grass. Ho was brown, thin, nnd but there was a nervous pucker be tween his eyes, which his father noted for Hie llrst time. "What's Ibis? A meeting of tho Hoard. Anything for the Committee on Milk Supply to do?" he asked. "Not at present,'' answered Dr, Strong, "except to answer a ques tion or two. You don't drink coffee, do you?" "Of course not. I'm trying for snonsiop on too junior nine, you know." "How are yon making out?" "Ilotten!" satil the boy despond ently. "I dont seem to have any grip on myself this year. Sort gel Hie rattles." "Como bard-trained; Network of Highways, It Is Predicted, Will Be Built This Year. There will lie more good ronds built In Missouri tills year than weru built In the past ten years." Tills statement was made recently by Suite Highway Commissioner Frank W. IltitTimt. 'Tliero la not a bit of abatement." continued Sir. lttilTum, "In the good roads .spirit tliat was awakened by the good roads days set apart by Governor Dispatches from Home Indlcato that z the Germans are now maklnc for and are abandoning munitions and supplies In their efforts to escape tho proscing attacks of 'the Russian cavalry which executed tho flanking movement that broko the German lines. Kalli.cz Is about 125 miles duo wost of Warnaw and almost on tho East Prussian frontlor, Just Inside or which lies tho second prepared line of defense, whero the Germane are expected to make a stand in their effort to prevent an Invasion of Poscn and Major last year. Kv- Machinery is the explanation. erywhere the best of modern road building equipment is being purchased. In most Instances It Is bought by the comity, but there are many places where, when the county has i(ot the money or has refused lo buy equipment, the citizens have formed com- Silesia. J.ust across the border is tho socona lino of defense upon which tho Ger mans are exnected to fait back. Pe-trograd says that the Germans attempted to hold a position at but that the Russlr.ns dis- A lodged them villi heavy losses. An f, they are bank rupt. Noblemen may be seen slipping Into the soup kitchens. The factories are closed. Many tores remain open, but have no business. The streetcars aro being opor-atebut the railway train, service haw been suspended. The supplies of coffee, tea, flour, rye and salt are practically exhausted. Belgians Are Disheartened. Reports received by Minister Whltlock from Ixjuvaln, Liege and Namur say that the conditions In those cities are even worse than they are In Brussels. Louvaln has only a four days' supply of flour, while Liege has no flour at all. The peasants In many districts have been forcod to exist on legumes, as the crops of beet ano cabbage have been ruined. The meat and milk supplies also have been cut off, the army bavins taken the cattle. It is declared absolutely essential that food be obtained from England, and It is hoped that the first shipment is now on the water. Belgians of all classes appear Old women and cripples may be seen sitting under their shattered homes in Malines nodding mutely at the cathedral with Its shattered windows and tottering walls damag- PQ oejona repair oy sneu nro, WARNING FROM RUSSIA j? those patent soft drinks advertised to bo harmless but stimulating, don't you?" "Yes," said tho boy, surprised. "Ah," said the doctor carelessly: "three or four glasses a day, I suppose?" Manny thought a moment. "All of that," he said. "Well, you quit it," advised tho doctor, "if you want to make the hall team. It will put you off your gamo worse (ban tea or coffee. Tell the athletic instructor I said so. will you?" "Surel" said tho boy. "I didn't know tliero whs any barm in it." As Manny walked away, Dr. Strong turned lo Mr. Clydo. "I found about Manny by accident. No wonder the hoy is nervous. He's been drinking that stuff like water, with no thought of what's in It. "Whut is in it?" said Mrs. Clyde. "Caffeine, generally. Tho most widely used of Iho lot is a mixture-ofruit syrups doctored up with that drug. Thero's as much in a glass of it yes, and iiioro than in a cup of strong coffee. What would you think of a fourteen-year-old hoy who drank llvo cups of strong coffee every day?" "I'd think his parents were fools," declared Grandma Sharpies? bluntnervo-excitiitlnn Keel pretty thirsty after the practice, and usually slop in at the for soino of soda-founta- in ly. "Or his physician," suggested, (Continued on pave Two.) uctuork of better highways." Good roads day, Inaugurated by Mis souri last year, will be repeated this year, and there is u movement on foot CONTENTS to have other states observe the same PAGE The Health days. Commissioner IlulTum Is lu correspondence now with the governors M ister, Our Own Stato New., United States News, War .W.ss. nnd highway departments of alt the states with that end lu view. Tho ob PAGE 2.- - 'Iho Health Master (con ject Is to have two days set nside In each state. tinued), -- Hack lo the Hible, Wealthy men nro Unknown, Florida Road Bonds. Sermon, The Christian Finding Good roads bonds nmountlng to ap his I'lace, Sunday School Lesproximately $750,000 will be Issued as son. the result of an election held recently by citizens of St. John's county. Fin. PAGE 3. Mountain Agriculture. Stop, Look, Listen. The Panama It Is stated that the proceeds will bo expended In the construction of about feature. Canal. Our Postal Savings. Tho Germans are shelling Nieuport, , miles of roadway. attempting to damage tho British and PAGE 4. Local and Church News. ! Tench warships which cruise off the PAGE 5. College News and other Auto Struck by Train. coast They have struck and failed Valparaiso, Mm. between Nieuport nnd DIxmude, behid.. Oct. 27. Locals. Fletcher White was Instantly killed tween Roulols and Ypres, between PAGE C The Land of Hrokcn Prom and Mr. Whlto received Injuries from and Lille, west of La Bas ises. Science's Latest Polar which he dlrd a shcrt time after, when so, In the region of Lens and east o an automobile In which Ihey were Weapons. Fancies of Fashion. Arras. No news camo from west or was struck t'y u paHHonger train at east of tho Arsouue or from the artilPAGE 7.- -In tho Home. The Kitchen the crossing of the Chesterton road. lery combat circling around Verdun. Mr. White was it retired farmer and a As the days pass It becomes more Cabinet. Perfumes of Flowers. director In the Valparaiso National that the Germans are sen dint; Hitterness with Joy. bank. more troors to their lines In Belgium cd northern France. PAGE 8. Fast Kentucky Nows, Cin There Is an official report that the COME, 0, COME TO UEREA NEXT cinnati Markets. Poem. SATURDAY. SHOW, THE THE French have wedged themselves beWhy not meet a Citizen man on SHOW WILL BE ON. YOU WILL tween the army of the crown prince army of the Grand Duke of Saturday the 31st, tho big day at MISS A LOT IF YOU DO NOT COME. tnd tho Wurttembcrg, anu that tho crown He rea, Hie only day you can get tho ON THAT DAY YOU CAN GET A prince is unco more lu real danger of bargain of tho yenr on a reduced FOURTEEN MONTH'S SUBSCRIP being enveloped. Newspaper correprice of The Citizen? llcmcmher that TION TO THE CITIZEN FOR ONE spondents In the Woevre telegraph you are entitled to one of our prem- DOLLAR. CAN YOU AFFORD TO thut the Germans aro hard pressed In their hold on Bt Mlhlel. iums when you subscribe MISS A CHANCE LIKE THIS? -sea-coalxt-tlvrid-In- n ovl-do- panies mid bought. "The lesson that machinery nnd uot manual labor Is requisite to make roads wns learned last year. That was the most obvious result of the two good roads days. Wo are paying special attention Just now to Individual rural free delivery roads, to the end that these roads may be Improved continuously. The average freo delivery route road wanders here and there, sometimes good roads, sometimes had. Our aim Is to Improve them throughout and form a Austrian report says that the Austro-Gcrmaline now extends intact from Blocc, near the East Prussian line to the Carpathian mountains. Petro-ra- d also says that tho Germans are evacuating Lodz. From Berlin came a report that tho Russians had cent reinforcements to Lemberg, which they n Sent the Goeben and Breslau From the Black Sea. Athens, via Rome, Oct 27. The former German cruisers Goeben and Breslau have re entered the Bosphorus from the Black sea, owing to tho recent warning which Russia sent to wore believed to have evacuated. The Campaign. In the West. According to tho latest official report Issued In Paris, Nieuport has been violently bombarded and the entire lino extending from La BaBceo to the Sommo has been subjected to night attacks by the Germans. All of these wore repulsed. Tho Germans have also continued their uttaclc along the lino from Nieuport to DIxmude, but havo not arrived at any decisive result Tho one fact that stands out In Gen-- . eral Joffre's reports from the battle Is tuat the Germans have been fought to a standstill from tho North sea to the Olse. Their hard won success In cross ing the River Yscr has availed them nothing so far, slnco the Belgians, reinforced, stood again and firmly barred the road to Dunkirk. Along the the British and French fleet keep tno Germans three miles Inland. What tnay have been a supreme effort by the kaiser's armies to split tho allied line between Nieuport and Arras utterly failed. The toll of dead and wounded has grown to a staggering Turkey that she. regarded the cruisers as German, desrite the fact that they are now flying tho Turkish flag. For that reason Russia announced that thoy would be destroyed by Russian, warxlilus if overlmulH outeide of territorial waters. TLn Rtnulan fleet Is now cruising In the I'.aek Bta watching for the two crnliior. sali the vobol wnf thousand of the wore rescued. It "olkpstone. and The wun Is in circulation horp that 1 'ir voiifiil watt sunk by a mine 'ifnf.n Folkestone Boulogne Umiuii, li: tin ,1 targe Ves.! Oct. i" Mine. Kf r'i ort !'nh ehanuui .. f - ii.iigln that i'iich 'Iner. Two i"i.:in i,n hoard m . ?. iml . .)r Iosh IV'tir' 'i Argentina. U dw MORE HEAVY ntf iroBKwnt of FIRING HEARD This Time Naval Dattle Is Reported Off Virginia Coast. New York, Oct 27 A naval battle was fourht off the Virginia coast last nlsht. according to u wireless dispatch from the Stomishlp Saratoga of the Ward I'ne. now on her way from Hay-anto New; York. Tlio mosrage said that hoavy Irlnir was hi'ard about 240 miles south of ihe Hcotlund llghUhlp, apparently off the Virginia coast SearchllKhts wn'c very prominent. Some twenty si oU wore flroj from heavy caliber cuiih about twenty ratios dtstuut, toward short:. u , I Dr. Flower Pleads Guilty. New York. Oct 27 Dr. Richard C. Flower, promoter of mini us enter prises, who, after being Indicted hero on a charge of larceuy growing out ot traMactlont, evaded arrest from 1903 until he wnH caught In Toronto last week, pleaded guilty to two Indictments charging him with rrrand larceny. Ho was rtmunded until Oct 29 for sentence. Pnpp Twn, Till: CITIZKN October 20, If) tion Into a slate of slavery. That sort of appeal has probably ruined more digestions and spoiled inure family newspaper lor ill thst It right, ovtempers than any devil-dogtrue and Interesting. er put Into type." PublMml every Thtuwlay t P.ere, K. "Castor-o- il is good enough for me," said Grandma Sharpless emBEREA PUBLISHING CO. phatically. (litrorttirtilfNl) WM. C. FROST, "Il's good enough for anybody C. II. WERTLNBtRCl R Man. tint Editor that is to say, bad enough nnd nasty F. O. BOWMAN, Ain.nl Manater enough so that there isn't much Subscription Rutua Hut danger of Its being nbused. IMVAHMi IN AUVANCK candy these infernal sugar-coate- d 1 1. o One Year (o ratharlics gel a hold on a man's InBli MoMha M Three Motilha testinal organisation so that it can't Rend monev hv rjt office or Karnes Money do its work without 'cm, and, Lord Order. Draft, Krliereil letter or one and two knows, it can't stand their stimulus cent Mirnp. The date after your name on label ahowe to Indellnilely. Then along comes what date your aulmcrtptloti l paid. H it la 1101 ehanrnt wllhln three weeka after renewal appendicitis." MAflf. II. "But some of the laxative mediMlaalnr numbers will be gladly aupplled If we re notified trtmh riven to anv who obtain new cines advertise to prevent appenlhrl m.crlpllotm for ua. Any one endiii u four dicitis," said Mrs. Clyde. recelteTheCitlten free Dr. Strong's face was very grim. lor him vll lor one year. Adertlln rate on application. "Yes, they advertise. Commercial OF MFMrxa travelers, because of their irregular habits, arc great as a class. Appendicitis is a very common complaint A nmong them. Pittsburgh surgeon with a largo practice among traveling men has kept records, nnd he believes that KKNTUCKY I'KKSS ASSOCIATION, more than llfly per cent of tho appendicitis cases he treats are caused No Whiskey Advertisements! by tho 'liver-pi- ll' and 'steady-cathartNo Immodest New Itemsl habit. He explains his theory in this way. The man beTHE HEALTH MASTER gins taking the laxative to correct (Continued from Page Ono). his bad habits of lire. Little by litDr. Slronp. "I've seen cases of peo- tle he increases his dose, as the digestive mechanism grows less reple tlririkingr twenty to twenty-liv- e glasses of Hint 'harmless' stuff ev- sponsive to the stimulus, until preery day. Of course, they were on sently an overdose sets his intes tines churning around with a viothe road to nervous smash-u- p. But the craving for it was estab- lence never intended by nature. lished and they hadn't the nerve to Then, under this abnormal peristal sis, as it is called, tho appendix bestop." in as a public comes infected, and there's nothing "The peril." said Mr. Clyde, with a smile. for it but the surgeon's knife." "Would you have peoplo run to "There's more in that than can bo smiled away," retorted the doc- the doctor and pay two dollars "What between every lime their stomach got a littor vigorously. nerve-foothat are simply dis- tle out of kilter?' asked Mrs. Sharp guised 'bracers,' and dangerous, less shrewdly. dopes, like "Hun to the doctor; run to tho does minister; run to tho plumber; run the its share of damage in tho com- anywhere so long as you run far munity." enough and fast enough," answered that is Dr. Strong with a smile. "A mile "What about soda-watinnocent, isn't it?" asked Mrs. a day at a good clip, or three miles Clyde. of brisk walking would bo the be If tho syrups are pure, ginning of the readjustment. "Yes. Less soda-watis a good thing . mod- food more slowly eaten and no eration. So are the mineral wat- strong liquors would complete the ers. But there is this to be said cure in nine cases out of ten. The and candy, par- tenth case needs the doctor; not the about soda-watticularly the latter" newspapcr-and-drug-stopill." "I've always said," broke In "But all patent medicines aren't Grandma Sharpless, "that candy-eati- bad, are they?" asked Mrs. Clyde would ruin any digestion." "Some have very' good testimonials." "Then you've always been wrong, "Bought or wheedled. Any medi ma'am," said Dr. Strong. "Candy, cine which claims to cure is a fraud well and honestly made, is excellent and a swindle." food at tho proper time. The Don't tell me,, young man!" said trouble is, both with candy and Grandma Sharpless, "You doctors s, with the heavy, rich are prejudiced against patent med that people are continually filling icines, but we old folks have used up with them between moals. Now 'em long enough to know which aro tho stomach is a machine with a good and which aro bad. Now I great amount of work to do, and don't claim but what the Indian is entitled to some consideration. herb remedies and the 'ready Clyde, what would happen to tho and that lot arc frauds. But machines in your factory, if you my family was brought up on teeth didn't give them proper intervals ing powders and soothing syrups." of rest?" then you're fortunate," said Dr. "They'd bo very short-lived- ," said Strong sternly, "that nono of them Mr. Clyde. "There's a curious thing has turned out to bo an opium about machinery which everybody fiend." knows but nobody understands: Tho instant ho said it, ho saw, running a machine twenty-fo- ur with sharp rcgrel, that his shaft hours a day for one week gives it had sped true to tho mark. Tho harder wear than running it twelve clear, dark red of a halo old ago hours a day for a month. It needs faded from Grandma Sharplcss'a a regular rest." cheeks. Mr. Clydo shot a quick "So with tho machinery of diges- glanco of warning at him. tion," said tho doctor. "Tho stom'And speaking of Indian reme ach and intestines havo their hard dies," went on tho doctor glibly, "I work after meals. How are they to remember as a boy" rest up, if an odd lot of candy or a "Stop a minute," said Grandma slab of rich soda como Sharpless steadily. "Tho truth is sliding down between whiles to bo n't going to hurt me. Or, if it does attended to? Eat your candy at hurt, maybo it's right it should. I tho end of a meal, if you want it. had a younger brother who died in It's a good desert. But whatever a sanitarium for drug-hab- it when you cat, givo your digestion a fair ho was twenty-fou- r. A3 a child ho chance." pretty nearly lived on soothing "You can digest anything if you syrups; had to havo them all tho uso Thingumbob Pills," observed time, because ho was such a nerv Clydo sardonically. Mr. "Tho ous litlio fellow; always having ear-acnewspapers say so." and stomach-ach- e, until ho "Thai's tho kind of dnclrino that was eight or nine years old. Then makes dyspeptics," returned Dr. ho got belter and becamo a strong, Strong. "Tho American stomach is active boy, and a robust man. Aft organ in creation. er ids college course ho tho worst-abuswenl to Saliva is tho true digestive. If Philadelphia, nnd was doing well peoplo would take linio to chew when he contracted tho morphine properly, half tho dyspepsia-pi- ll habit how or why, wo never know. fakers would go out of business. If It killetl him in threo years. Do they'll take linio to exercise proper yoji think IS it impossible- that tho ly, tho other half would disappear."' soothing syrups-l'- vo heard they "Liver pills wero my regular havo niorpliino in them had anyu few years ngo," remarkthing to do with his ruin?" ed Mr. Clyde. Since I took up "Why, Mrs. Sharpless," said tho hand-ba- ll I haven't needed them. other, very gently, "I can only put It But I supposo that half the busi- beforo you in this way. Hero is ono ness men in town think they coult-n- 't of tho most subtle and enslaving of live without drugging themselves all drugs, niorpliino. It is fed to a tw. ti lltieo times a week." child, in tho plastio anil formative "Undoubtedly. Tell tho avuragt' years of life, regularly. What surer American any sort of a lie in print,' way could thoro bo of nlnntimr tho ahout his digestion, nnd he'll swal- seeds of drug-habi- l? Suppose, for low it whole, together with tho drug illustration, wo substitute alcohol, which tliii lie is intended to sell. which is far less dangerous. If you Look at tho ('ascsuot advertising. gave a child, from tho time of his Its tendency is to induce, not un second yoar to his eighth, let us say, ocoasioiuil recourse to Casoarels, two or three but a steady uso of them, Any man ovory day, and drinks of whiskey that child, when foolish enough to follow tho advice grown up, duveloped into a drunkof the advertisements would Turin a ard, would you think 'it strango?" Cascarot habit and bring his diges (Continued on pare Three) The citizen BACK TO THE BIBLE jMEMONM The Christian Finding His Place Or REV. J. H. RALSTON decrrlary of 'Iinow'"S"r o' lh ntblo la declining among all claaaea, wllh un Incalculable loai to the life of tha country."-.Viecot- int Ilrrce, former Ilrltlah ambaa-sadat Washington, HOW Ed.tor-ln-Cfc- THE POET BURNS WAS By ALBERT SET FREE CnrmreJiwt Dtrtnwst DXI .... ic' (Professor of English Language and Literature, Yale University.) The Iilble is tho poor man's charter Night," whero ho shows the place that of freodom. What la it that makes tho Dlblo held In tho poor man's home the poor man free? What prevent how It Inspired trust, cheerfulness, him from being bought that la to say, nnd mutual affection. 7 enslaved What dotcrs a tyrant from After telling how the father hla faattempting to crush him? What ther "collects his spades, his mathim to hold up his head In any tocks, and his hoes," ho relates how presence? Character. And thero Is the members of the family gather, and no such nurse of modest, partake of their frugal supper oatquiet, decided, courageous character meal porridge, milk, and home-mad- e aa tho aenae that ono Is a child of cheese. Tbo mother, at the table, Ood, la under his defense and guid- rattles pleasantly on, and then ance, and that ono can call upon him at any moment for counsel and sup- Tha cheerfu' supper dona, wt' Mrloua face. port. They, round tha Ingta, form a circle Robert Durns, born In the humblest wide; of situations, bred to poverty and Tha air turna o'er, wt patriarchal rrace. Tho big toll, ia now considered ono of the four ance his father'a pride. . . . chief representatives of tho Scottish Ha walea (chooaea) a portion with Judl- race. Until he was sixteen years old, cloua rare. hla llfo, to use his own words, brought And "Let ua worship Ood I" ha aava, with solemn air. gloom of a hermit him "the cheerless and tho unceasing toll of a galley-slave.- " Tha prteat-ttkfather reada tha sacred Yet his name Is today held In pas. greater reverence, and uttered with How Abrara waa the friend of Ood on his h. . , . more heartfelt love, than that of any king who ruled In bis lifetime. How From arenes like these old Bcotla'a grandeur spring's. did he thus free himself, and, by asThat makes her lov'd at home, reverM serting his manhood In song, hold up abroad: a banner to every struggling peasant Princes and lorda are but the breath of klnrs, everywhere? I know no better an "An honeat man's the nobleet work of swer than Hums has provided In his Ood." own poem, "Tho Cotter's Saturday (Copyright. 1911. by Joseph a Bowles.) t, well-knit, e, o 8. COOK, Ph.D., LL.D. (Dy K. O. HKLLrillH, Actln Director I day Bchool Course, Moody Iilble U Lesson ftWIr laittula, Oauae LESSON FOR NOVEMBER ' tMW- ARREST AND TRIAL OF JE81 TKXT "Aa thou haat aent me Into the .7-Include' LESSON TUXT-Ma- tt. wot Id, even ao have I also aent them Into .... ITJJ the world, , . . Then sold Jesus to them V, . TKXT-- Aa Is led to-a lamb flOLTJKN again. Peaco be unto you: as my Father ii hnlh aent me, even so send I you." John tha slniiatiter, and as a aneep twiore his IT U. ro.H. shearers Is dumb, ao he opened not mouth.-la- a. It. V. Brave Men. GARGOYLE OF NOTRE DAME soda-founta- ds heart-depressi- ng btom-o-seltz- soda-founta- in er; wit. Cynlatl Youth How women do love to stare nt it hero! Siivnge Itnchelor Yes; that Is why they nhvuya tloek to wed dings. Chicago News. Sure. Jaax3eSafc-2aa- a er, er ro ng soda-water- For centuries this fiend In stono has leered down on Paris from hla postUoa high up on the parapets of the cathedral of Notre Dame. There are others much like him up there, but this especial devil la tho ono most familiar to ail who have visited the gay capital WEALTHY MEN ARE UNKNOWN In business." "I Kupiiose thitl N why lit- - It contln-nnllPhiladelphia beltig rousted." Tress. A Friend's re-lei- fs' "Jluku Un iierfvct clam Not In Society, Neither Were They Ever Saen Among the Noisy Ones. Chicago. Who hns Chicago's army of tho Tosslbly no one, for were available such flooding tho office of Guess. over beard of Unknown Hlch? until statistics as have been tho collector of ice-crea- m Internal revenue In connection with the now Income tax law there was avallablo no Information which went to the seat of Individual fortunes In tho way this law does. Hut now for the first time Is beginning to bo known tho extent and strength of thn ranks of tho Unknown Filch. Persona whose names have never found their way Into the society columns and who are strange In the city's acknowledged financial circles filed schedules of In "Cliolly Wobbles aitys he U a very popular fellow that people are always running ttfter him." "Then they must be duns." Philadelphia I'reits. $20,000, comes of $10,000, $15,000. even $50,000. The filers of these schedules, some of them, give strange foreign names, nnd, as their places of residence, streets that tho fashlonablo and known rich of the city probably never heard of. It Is not a matter of ten or twenty schedules by such persons which have been filed, Literally there are hundreds of them. "If only tho names and Incomes of thero unknown rich could bo made public and tho story of tho acquirement of their fortunes published a new light on who's who In the city from a flnanclnl point of view would bo shed," said Collector Samuel ho Loit Luster. ed "Little romanco probably would be found In their lives, but as examples of shrewd Investors and hard workers they might bo held up aa shining lights In any company." It was no uncommon sight In the collector's office to see a man of fifty or so, wearing shabby coat and trousers and soft working shirt, whoso hands 'wens heavy and gnarled and growth of beard, who had a threo-dastco up to tho counter and file a sched"My wife uenl i ml bought it hut Just showing an Incomo of $4,000 or like the litdy't next door, uud now bhv ule $S,000. More thnn ono elderly woman Uuexu't like It." In plain clothes and a shawl over her "Why?" went to tho clerks and filed her "The latly next door tins given hern head schedule along with tho schedules of to the cook." Pittsburgh Prchs. thn city's men of acknowledged fljiarv a wonder if a iiieni rliewa ttum Wlien ahe Is iiulte alone And rllcka her mini vlille rcatlnjc soma lltneath her kIMhI throne? -- Kunaua City Journal. 1 ctal position. - "I fliersocial iin.v way of rnwuliu: lite "Pure! Ilrtdi.'e!"-H- L LouU I toxt selected for this apt to convey to us a wrona; Idea of tho closing days of our Lord'a life. Jesus did not d!o as a sheep In tho shambles. Hla was not tho death, terialism, formal- of ono slaughtered In weakness. Ho ism, commercial- was "led," that Is truo; ho wa ism and departure "slaughtered" but not until his hour bej from tho truth, had arrived and ho permitted It to but may It not be so. His death was a victory, not a dofcuL In tho members In Oethsemano Jesus mado his final of tho church not properly recogniz- dedication of himself to his victorious ing their mission, work of redemption. I. The Defraying Judas, w. which Is very dl In this hour of consecration Judas rectly presented In tho text? The enters, guiding tho mob Into tho sa two small words "as" and "so" as cred precincts of our I.ord s retroa found In tho text, aro very significant. It has been suggested that porha "As my Father hath aent me, oven so this act of betrayal was In order preclpltato tho Messianic claims of send 1 you." It Is not for us to Into tho counsels of eternity, Jesus and compel him to assume an but we know thero was a purpose In earthly triumph. If so, was not tho tho sending of Jesus Christ to this motive of Judas a selfish ono, that ho earth on tho part of the father, and a might profit thereby? Tho baseness willingness to perform that mission of his unholy compact Is soon to bo by tho Son, who said: "1 am como to revealed to Judas and to the world. do thr will, O Ood." Thero aro threo Tho kiss of Judas delivered Jesus Into phnscs of tho mission of Jesus Christ tho hands of lawless men according that msry help the Christian to under- to tho determinate counsel and foreThis know Icdgo of Ood, Acts 2!23. stand what his mission Is. furnishes us tho background, the at1. Jesus was sent to exompllfy a perfectly holy life. Wo may Indeed say mosphere. In which to consider this, that Rod wanted to show tho world tho first of his sovcral trials. Wickedness of Judas. that there could bo a perfect llfo in II. The Blundering Peter, w. 5148. ono wearing tho human body. Jesus asked In his great Intercessory prayer (1) Peter and the sword, vv. 61-- J. that hla disciples might bo sanctified I'otcr had knowlcdgo and zeal, but through tho truth, that Is, mado holy. used his zeal not according to knowlWhile we cannot get nlong without edge. Jesus had warned him, only to tho atonement of Jesus Christ by receive tho assurance that he waa death, wo ennnot get on without this mistaken. Tho words of Jesus hers holy llfo. Jesus challenged his ene- recorded nre a calm assurance of the mies to chargo him with any sin. and fact that theso ovents aro not being their testimony Is on record, that controlled by man but by Ood. Tha they could find no fault with him. Tho wickedness of Judas Is being worked moral glory of Jesus Christ Is one of out In tho plan of redemption. II tho best testimonies to tho genuine- fighting wero tho program, what would Peter's puny sword amount to? For ness of his mission. Tho mission of his disciples Is like- the asking Jesus could command 11 It must legions of angels, yet even such a wise to exemplify holiness. not be negative only, tho nvoldlng of force could not bo used In human reOno man, tho evil, but It must bo posltle, nnd will demption. C IB. Notlco tho como out In making tho Word of Ood must die, Horn. acceptanco of tho Scriptures, v. tho guide of life. In prayer. In meditation and In a correct outward deport- 64. If by tho swnrd ho wero to es capo, how could thesn bo fulfilled 1 ment according to Clod's law, (v. OS) that all of this mission of Jesus Christ was Matthew adds 2. Tho Is truo that "come to pass" that tho words of the also that of saving, it prophets bo fulfilled. (2) Peter and we may think of Christ as saving us maid, vv. That Poter should by dying for us on tho cross, thus the follow "afar" or at all. Is evidence ol making a substitutionary sacrifice, but his affection for Jesus and of his deIt must not bo forgotten that whllo termination to sco tho end. Thers ho was upon earth ho was a was perhaps an eloment of prldo also seem to bo successHe did not In his going, for tho others had "forHo gathful In his popular preaching. sook' him and fled." Thoy seem to ered his disciples ono by ono; he won have realized that his enemies would tho woman of Samaria, Znccheus and now surely destroy Jesus and furthei Ho sought tho peopl, llartlmcus. that he was determined not to accept thoso straying on tho mountains of an) deliverance. sin. Ills disciples In these days must I III. The Olased, Drutal Judges, w. remember that this work of saving Is, This Is ono of earth's most If tho Irregular In a sense, their chief mission. and Illegal trials. Tha church would arise In Its mission, tho priests and tho council bad one slngtt entlro world of mankind would soon determination, which was to find bo brought Into submission to Jesus Jesus guilty. Thoy did not sock to Christ. Yet. not possibly ono out of discover the truth, but rather to car . Wo ton Is a recognised ry out the sentonco of death previmight nsk In astonishment. Why Is ously determined upon. In this, aa tho burden of responsibility False Testimony. this text rests (Hi Christians, and the A careful reading of what Christ promises of success aro abundant? really did say and what these wit 3. Jesus Christ was sent to suffer In nesses aworo that ho said, reveals tho Uie flesh, so are his disciples. We can falseness of their testimony, v. 61, never think of Jesus Christ as hilari- see nUo John 2:9. "I am ablo to deous or lackadaisical, but as sorrowful, stroy tho templo of Ood, and to rebuild burdened with tho sins of tho entire It In threo days' were not his words. Ho was poor, and did not know world. What he did say was, "Destroy this whero to lay his head, had not honor templo nnd I will raise It up." Ha country, was despised and In his own spoko theso words of himself about rejected of men. Ho worked thoso who should destroy him h though hungry and thirsty nnd body and claimed tho power to ralsv weary, and at last In early llfo was that body again within threo days. cruelly put to death. At this point tho high priest did Ills disciples aroNalso to suffer, yet nnothoi Illegal thing In administering own ease, and most of thorn seek their (v. 63). "I adjure the legal congratulato themselves that they aro Not aloneoath, tho tlmo thee" placo of was and oppoescaping poverty, hunger, nnd this trial Illegal, but so waa this act sition of men. Jesus Christ was not. on the part of tho high priest. Dut, as John tho Ilaptlst. clothed with that nil might once moro know tbo camel's hair, and otherwise a denlxen truth, Jesus replied "Thou haat said" of tho wilderness, but In tho midst of and adds, "Henceforth yo shall sea civilization ho did not take ndvnntogo the son of man sitting at tho right of Its conveniences and luxuries. hand of power and coming on tha Would not tho Buffering that his dis- clouds of heaven" (v. CI), This addiciples today should endure by willing tion augmented tho high priest's nn. poverty, aoon glvo tho gospel to overy ger and gavo him argument for tha sinning mnn upon tho faco of tho deflnlto accusation of blasphemy, and earth, and thus hasten tho coming of upon this charge ho makos his appeal tho Lord? Somotlmcs wo aro called to tho council. They readily voted a, to suffer pain and sickness, not con- verdict of guilty (v CO). Onco denected with our work. May this not clared guilty Jesua Is heaped with' tho be Clod's method of purifying us? How basest of Indignities (vv. C7, CS), few I hero aro upon this earth that JudaB with his baseness and treachwould bo worthy of walklns In tho fur- ery; Pctor and his blundering dovc-tlo- n; con of Ood, nace of Buffering with the tho dlsclf lea and their blind fear tho fourth one In tho flro! Christians as they lied away; and at tho end of now nra groveling, they aro living on It all, this revelation of the supremo Why tho limits of their privileges. depravity of the rulers: what an apshould they not rlso to tho higher lev- palling combination, see I bo. 5:7. els of prlvllego and experience? Tho With all of this dark background question might be that answer to this thero Is, howovcr, an evidence of tho they aro not willing to live tho llfo graco of Ood. Jesus voluntarily that Christ lived, receiving tha ap- with determination, submission and and proval of Clod; thoy aro not willing to patlenco, endured these indignities for , give themselves to and us and with calmness and strength not willing to suffer for hla sake. pursued his onward way to Calvary and on through tbo grave to his vicDally Thought tory ovor sin and death, s, When wo ask Ood to direct our wo are to movo our feet. days Is sometimes attributed to tho wide prevalence of ma- Tho falluro of In theao tho church Tho golden Is lesson 47-5- 0. o 5 Ood-man- , Mas-tor'- s 59-6- soul-saver- Inces-snntl- foot-stop- 4 ilolier 20, 1014. THE CITIZKN Page Three r by pnducted MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special profitable 'Seed-cor- n dry house plan KOUU) RnlSE AGE LIMITING HOURS OF SERVICE Important Amendment to Federal Act Concerning railroad Employes Has Seen Pasted. Washington. Tho hotito of Investigator STOP, LOOK, LISTEN this year. In M'lie lust mil lo Urn UiK Hcrca have aci'ompllslied " nildilioii lo this will he many other ii Show nnil 1'nlr next Saturday. farm pnxluels as well as exhibits of tiolicr in. work In Cooking, Sewing nnd .This ii llio Inst llmo wo shall Jinvt; In Invite you lo tlio Corn Slmw There will he several speakers on If vil 1'air also llio AKrlcullurnl cx-i- ll illlTeront phases of Agriculture. lo In' held here In Hcren next you have any problems to solve bring I hem along and get some adlurdiiy. livery onii liileresled in Agricul- vice as lo how to solve them. I'rnf. Illokey of the Poultry Department tural Improvement in this and counties cannot olTord lo of (he Plate University, Lexington, miss this opportunity of scelm? what will be here In tell you anything you waul (o know nboul chickciu. is lii'liw done In the way of Come, bring your wife anil chilprogress In this section dren and spend a pleasant and profof the stale. Health's llie Corn Show, which will itable day at Ilerea. Don't forget the lime Saturday, lie the largest anil best ever held here, there will ho a poultry exhi- October .11. Wo are going to expect bit, showing what the Poultry Chilis von. Can-iiinu'. Aprl-miUi- LIMIT FGR LABOR repre- pK, ,H sentatives has passed nn nmendment to tho federal act limiting tho hours Austrian Scientist Points Out of service of railroad employes. If tho amendment Is enacted the penalty Dangers to Society Under for any violation of this law would the Present Law.. be not less than MOO. Tho old section provided penalties of "not to exceed i iiassfrlsstssslBslslsl $500 for each and every violation." for- TOO MUCH OF OVERSTRAIN Tho committee on interstate and Mm I aMSsilsUsisiBB Sixteen, He Thinks, Almost Too Early sn Age to Enter Industrial Work St. Louis Central Trades A Labor Union Protests Against the War. Vienna. Child labor nnd tuberculosis as an Industrial disease are being studied by the head of the newly. established chair of social medicine He ot the University of Vienna. found that in Germany as well as In Austria there Is an unduly high tuberculosis rate among youthful He lias shown that sickness Increases among children who leave school lor work. The Increase during the first year of work Is not great but In the second and third years It Is pronounced, and In the fourth year Is higher than the first. He found that disease Is produced In working children not only by Improper conditions of labor heat, dust, Insufficient light, stagnant air but also by the work Itself tho physical overstrain placed on an underdeveloped organism which should have its energies conserved for growth. After studying the problem at first hand and seeing all efforts to prevent tho disastrous effect of labor on underdeveloped children fall, he finds no remedy save the raising of the age limit for employment. The age of sixteen, he thinks. Is early enough for children to enter industrial work; and even at sixteen the transition from school life to Industrial life should not be too abrupt St. Louis. Tho Central Trades & Labor union has protested against the European war In strong preambles and resolutions. The ruling powers are condemned for unloading the burdens of militarism upon the working people and the war Is stigmatized as the greatest crime In civilization. Arbitration Is favored as a method ot settling International disputes. Columbus, O. At a meeting of the executive board of the Ohio Federation of Labor it was decided to prepare, In conjunction with the railroad brotherhoods, a bulletin giving complete records of candidates for United States senator, Judges of the supremo court and other state officers Potrograd (St. Petersburg.) The number of manufacturing establishments (exclusive ot mines) under factory Inspection in Ilussla was 17,356 in 1912, with 2,151,191 operatives, as againet 16,600, with 2,051,198 operawage-earner- s. y by leaps and hounds and withdrawTHE PANAMA CANAL. to deep als fell olT, a result qullo contrary Length from deep waler Interior Vlaw of Seed Corn House at Plketon, Ohio. lo llio predictions of many wcll-in- -i water- - 50.5 miles. Imagformed persons who, in their Length on land (OA miles. poses stirring Is now regarded as InDepartby level 31.7 ination, saw lines of feverish depos- - (Prepared mentthe Unltfd Btate Length at summit dispensable. of Agriculture.) posl-olllpay whitlows Iters nt miles. The profits to bo derived from the In one experiment It was found that I anxious lo again return their sav- good preservation of seed corn bavo Hotloni width of channel Maxithe tallk at the top of tho can above ings to the hoot-le- g and body-be- ll ofbeen put to practical tests by tho the level ot the surrounding water mum, 1,000 feel: minimum (In Culo- tho lira cut), 1100 feel. Depth mini- depositories whence they carno be fice of corn Investigations of Agri- was from five to six degrees warmer United States Department of fore Intrusted lo Undo Sam. than tho rest ot the canful. In conmum, II feel; maximum, 15 feel. The growth of postal savings In culture. Tho cuts show a building sequence, bacteria developed at a feet; Summit Level Highly-liv- e the Uniled Slates has been steady constructed solely for the purpose of higher rate at tho top. When tho above mean title. and hcallhy and llio system has nil- - preserving seed corn. It has a con- milk became mixed later the InLocks in Pairs Twelve. crete basement and flue. Warm air creased number of the bacteria In the Locks. Usable Length Ono Thou- led an important gap between the passes from the basement through warmer portion resulted In hastenlin-ra- n depository nnd the factory openings in tho floor, ascends through ing sand feel. tlio souring of the entire canful. ' (iiitaii Lake, Area ICS square I paymaster. On July I, when affairs tho corn, and escapes through ventiWhen the water In the cooling tank were running smoothly hero and lators. was 60.6 degrees F. tho temperature miles. This house was constructed at a of the milk was reduced by stirring flutan Lake Channel Depth, 85 abroad and the transmission of money across the Atlantic was safe cost of $500, nnd In one year returned from nearly SO degrees F. to 60 deIn (5 feet. anil expeditious, there was ap- to the farm $1,500 In profit, due to a grees F. in nbout three hours. UnConcrete required 5,000,000 cubic Increased acre yield on 740 stirred milk did not reach tho lower proximately $13,000,000 of postal yard i. savings standing to the credit of acres planted with seed corn dried temperature until four hours and Through Canal Time of Transit figures were Since and stored In It. Theso 17 separato fifteen minutes had elapsed. Tho depositors. about 388,000 10 to VI hours. ot obtained as the result of was deposits tests. Tho owner of tho farm on stirring minutes.doneA at intervalseven 0,000.000 of Time of Passage Through Locks-Th- ree then over SI period of fifteen have been added ami the number which this test was made was not threo hours, however, is regarded as hours. Panama Hail of depositors has Increased enor- fully satisfied with It because It was too long time to cool milk, and the Lentb of mously. made on small plats, and he there- specialists ot tho department consider road 10.2 miles. fore mado more extensive tests. At that the tests demonstrate tho necesThe unexpected increase in Canal Zone, Area Owned by United tlmo In November he sity of employing somo suitable form business lias not only Slates --About 322 square miles. greatly added to the general admin- selected two bushels of seed, placing of milk cooler that is more efficient I'reucli Htiildings Acquired L',150. In tho other ice istrative duties of tlio system, but ono bushel the a crib and dry house. than running well water. Whore milk French Iltiililings Used 1,537. seed-corbushel In Is plentiful It is easy to cool the inhas brought up many new nnd Value of Utilized French planter In tho spring with a two-rolow as 40 degrees F. by run-tinteresting problems which have call- ho planted four rows 1,280 feet long to as It over some form of cooler ed for I be careful personal consider- and Zi feet apart with tho seed kept around which cracked ice or a mixCanal Force, Average at Work Hurlc-so- n In tho dry house; then four rows with ture of Ice and salt Is packed. During Construction About .19.000. ation of PoMninsler General anil Governor Dockury, Third tho Beed kept In tho crib. This he re- To Improve the Farm Egg of the HMimaled Total Cost of Canal Assitanl Postmaster General. Hut peated seven times, making eight Middle West $150,000,000. llioir ta-- k has been lightened some- tests In all In which four rows planted If tho farmer, the country merWork Hegttn by Americans May compared chant and cash buyer, the railroad what by the promptness of deposi- with one lot of seed were 11)01. , rows shipper will give spetory hunks in furnishing adtlitional with the adjoining fourpeed. planted and tho car-lo- t At harlot of with tho security to meet the abnormal de- vest tlmo other rowa yielded a wagon cial attention to certain points in tho four eggs In OUn POSTAL SAVINGS. posits. A number of tlio very larg- - load of cars, which constituted a marketing and handling ofegg ot the that middle West, the farm The war in Lurope is proving n tist banks in the country, which weighing. From tho seed kept In the sectlou may be greatly improved, ac15,205 cording to tho United States Departbig boon to postal savings in Ihu have heretofore ileclineil to qualify crib thero woro produced pounds, while from seed kept in dry ment of Agriculture. country. From the very day hostil- as depositories for postal-savinities opened ncroM the seas poslal-savim- rs funds are now among the eager apHere are somo suggestions which each Individual factor In the process receipts began to increase plicants for them. may follow with profit to tho whole: Suggestions for the Farmer. THE HEALTH MASTER pneumonia last month, ho fell out of 1. Improvo your poultry stock. (Cmitlnurtl (rum rare Two.) lied and broke his arm." 2. Keep ono ot the general-purpos"I'll think it strange if bo did "In two places," said Mrs. Sharp-les- s. breeds, such as the Plymouth Hock, n'l." "I haw him walking up the Khodo or Orpington Wyandotte, "Apply the same logic lo opium, street yesterday, all trussed up liku Island Red. or its derivative, morphine. There a chicken." 3. Provide ono clean, dry, vermin-fre- e "Quite recovered from pneumonia, nre a dozen preparations regularly nest for every four or five hens. 4. Conclude all hatching by June 1 used for children, continuing opium, however. Then there was little 's Mrs. Howies; she hail typhoid, you and sell or confine- male birds during or morphine, such as Mrs. tho romalnder or the summer. 'Soothing Syrup,' and Kopp's remember, nntl at the height of the 5. Gather eggs onco dally during 'Haby Friend.' Tills is well known, fever a st range cat got into llio room ordinary times and twlco dally during recognized fact and frightened her into hysterics." and this is also a hot or rnlny weather. that the morphine, anil opium habit "Hut sho got well," said Mrs. G. In summer place eggs as soon as is steadily increasing in tills Clyde. 'They're up in the woods gathered In a cool, dry room. country. Is n't it reasonable lo In- now." 7. Uso all small and dirty eggs at M "llxartly. Moral (according lo fer n connection between the two? home. Further, some of llio highest au- Mrs. Dibble's experience with Hall's 8. Market eggs frequently, twice a week If possible, during the summer. thorities believe that the uso of Catarrh Cure): for pneumonia, try 9. In taking eggs to market protect these drugs in childhood predis- n broken arm; in caso of typhoid, them from the sun's rays. poses to the drink habit also, later set a cat on tlio patient." 10. In selling, Insist that tho transMr. Clyde laughed. "I see," ho Seed Corn House at Plketon, Ohio. in life. The nerves nre unsettled; action be on a quality basis, for It said. "People gel well in spile of they nre habituated to a morbid care has been given the eggs, this craving, and, at a later period, that these patent medicines, rather than house there were produced 16,255 system will yield more money to the pounds. Each row of the latter procraving is liable (o return in a by virtue of them. Post hoc, non row producer. duced propter hoc, ns our lawyer friends of tho uniformly more than each changed manifestation." Suggestions for the Country Merchant former. "Hut a drug-stocan'l sell opium say." and Cash Buyer. These results aro the same as In "You've got it. Tho human body the testa of the department where or inorphlno except on prescription, 1. Candle and buy on a quality keeps up u sort of drugstore of Us the rows were thinned to the same basis. can it?" asked Mr. Clyde. 2. Allow the farmer to soe you "It can in a patent medicine," re- own. As soon ns disease fastens on stand of stalks. it, it goes to work in a subtle and The experiments emphaslte the fact candle his eggs. plied the doctor. 'That's ono of tlio 3. Pack carefully In strong, clean ugly phases of tlio drug business. mysterious way, manufacturing n that the productiveness of the stalks and Yet it's possible to llutl honest peo- cure for that disease. If it's dipllicr-ri- a, Is more Important than the number. casesDo notfillers. eggs In a musty celkeep 4. Pull stands can ba obtained by the tho body produces antitoxin, and ple who believe in tliesctlopes and heavy planting of weak seed. Good lar or near oil barrels or other odorwogivoitnioroto help it on. If it's, yields cannot be obtained In this iferous merchandise. even given testimonials to llicm. jaundice, it produces n special qua!, way. The most expensive seed to Some testimonials are hard lo 6. Ship dally during warm weather. said Mrs. Clyde, thankfully ily of gastric- juices lo correct tho plant Is that from which a stand of Suggestions to the Railroad. 1. Provide a covered portion ot staaccepting tlio clinuco lo shift tho evil conditions. In tho vast major- stalks can be obtained but from which conversation to a less painful phase ity of attacks, tho body drives out a good yield cannot be obtained. tion platform where cases of eggs can of the topic. "Old Mrs. Dibble in llio diseaso by its own efforts; yet. The stand ot stalks bears the same be stacked, and seo that the agent grain yield as the num- stacks them there. our church is convinced that sho if the patient chances to havo been relation to theIn 2. Provide refrigeration for the an orchard bears to owes her health to Hall's Catarrh idiot enough to tnko some quack ber of trees Pro- eggs on the local freight 'euro' tlio credit goes to that med- the amount of fruit produced. Cure." 5. Where refrigerator cars are used ductivity as well as number must ba Dr. Strong smiled sardonically. icine." on local freights, seo that the doors considered. 'That's tho nostrum which offers "Or to llio tloctor, if it's a doctor's are kept cloaed when not loading. Stirring Milk to Cool It 4. It refrigeration cannot be supono hundred dollars reward for any case," suggested Grandma Sharp-les- s, The importance of stirring milk with a twinklo of malice. caso it can't cure; and when a diswhile being cooled has been demon- plied, provide stock cars for this pur"Show mo a doctor who boasts 'I strated In experiments conducted by pose during tho summer. gusted dupo tried to get tho one E. Where box cars are used for eggs hundred dollars, they said ho had can euro you, whether by word of the United States Department of Agriwhich may hurt given their remedy a sulllclent mouth or in print, and I'll show you culture. When the cans ot milk are do not allow freight oil barrels, to be n't u quack," returned tho other warmly. merely set In cold water the cooling their quality, such as twonty-od- d trial: he'd taken only same car. "Hut what is a doctor for in a process Is very slow, much too slow, loaded In the or bottles. So your friond thinks that Shipper. t In fact, to be at all satisfactory to a Suggestions sick-rooif not to euro?" asked n usolesa mlxturo of alcohol nnd 1. Buy strictly on a quality basis. progressive dairyman. In particular 2. Encourage the smaller buyers to iodide of potassium fixed hor, docs Mrs. Clyde. milk the top of the can above "What is a captain for on a ship?'' the level at the water Is hardly af- trade on a quality basis. she?" ot the Shippers' 3. Join the State Car-Lo-t "Why shouldn't sho? Sho had a countered Dr. Strong. "Ho can't fected at all. The cold milk, being caso of calarrh. Sho took throe euro a storm, can hot But ha can heavier than the warm, will remain at association. 4. with other shippers bottles of tho mcdloino, and her ca- guido tho yomoI so that she can the bottom of the can, while the and with the state officials In bringing woalhor It. Well, our medical cap- warmer and lighter milk stays at the tarrh is all top. Ultimately, ot course, the entire about this system of buying. "All right. Let's extend her line tains loso a good many commands; caarul will acquire tho same tempera-tar6. Keep the subject agitated and cases. tho storm is ofton too sovoro for of reasoning to somo olhcr but this will require suck a loss before the people; In other words, eduWhilo old Mr. Darker, around on human skill. Hut thoy savo a good .period of time that for praetleal pur cate them. Halsey Stroot, was vory ill with. mauy, too, by skillful handling." co five-bushpostal-savings g gs o Win-slow- eign commerce, which favored the change, reported to the houso that court have been known to assess penalties ranging from ono cent to $250, and that "the adoption of this nmendment will undoubtedly tend to a strict observance of the law." Thirty-fivDenver. Independent coal operators of Colorado have signed working ngreoments with the United Mine Workers of America. Two thousand men aro affected. The scale In forco the past year was again accepted. Tho operators asked for tho Inclusion ot several clauses In the agreement for their protection and tho unionists compiled. Washington. Among the women workers there aro today 30 times as many bookkeepers, clerks, and office workers as thero wero a generation ago; 60 times as many saleswomen, 60 times ns mony Journalists, and 100 times as many packers, shippers and agents, nnd no less than 200 times as many wompn lawyers. Washington. The Association for Labor Legislation cnlled tho flrat American conferences on occupational diseases In 1910 and on social Insurance In 1912, and announces it is now drafting bills for a vigorous legislative campaign to Initiate the movo-mefor sickness Insurance In the United States. Ottawa, Canada, A delegation of trade unionists recently called on Mine ister of Labor Crothers to urge the establishment throughout the Dominion of Canada of freo labor bureaus, to tako the place ot private establishments and remove many abuses which have developed under this system. Washington. The federal department of labor Is operating bureaus ot Information in 18 cities, headquarters for labor distributing zones, and reports that much effective work Is g done In bringing men and Jobs together, with steady increase In usefulness ot tho bureaus. bo-in- U - li tj Tho recent convention of typos voted to increase the executlvo council of the International Typographical union from three to five members by the addition of the second and third Cardiff, Wales. Lord Abergavenny has purchased the Abergavenny workhouse and Intends when he enters Into possession about four years hence to demolish it and erect cottages for working people. Berlin. Tho Ingenious plan is being adopted by the German Imperial bank of offering two extra days for every week ot vacation to employes who are willing to postpone their holidays till winter. tives In 1911. Indianapolis, Ind. re Washington. It Is estimated that per cent of the pernearly twenty-ninsons engaged In agricultural pursuits In the United States are members of Industrial and economic organizations. St. Louis. In this city nil municipal employes must take an oath of loyalty to the nation, state and city before being placed on the pay rolls, according to a provision of the new charter. Washington. Labor Is so cheap In Trinidad that It does not pay to buy lawn mowers, as coolies will cut the grass with a small sickle or knife at a trifling cost. Washington. There are about one r millions ot children and between the ages ot ten and fifteen ongagod In earning their living In the United States. Chatfleld, Minn. At the Farmers' Laundry here 12E family washes are done every week at a cost ot 58 cents a washing, including the e three-quarte- Car-Lo- m, bo" e, Ironing. London. Government employes In England demand a pension for widows of men djlng in the service. Springfield. In Illinois state hospital nurses have formed and are rapidly expanding a trades union. Indianapolis. Newspaper composiCharleston, S. C. A determined ef- tors throughout the country have avfort is being made to organize textile eraged a two per cent Increase In pay workers In South Carolina, In the last year. Uudapest Fifty servant girls went New York. Journeymen bakers ason silence strike here, vowing not to sert that 6 per cent ot the memberspeak a word until their employers al- ship has received wage Increases the lowed them two calling nights weekly. last year. Boston. The governor of MassachuBelgium grants an Brussels. setts has signed the pension of $12.55 a year to workers passed by both branches who have reached the age of sixty-live- . bill recently ot the Massachusetts legislature. San Francisco. Unions on the PaMilan, Italy. About twenty-Ar- e per cific coast are advocating a universal cent ot the mechanical workmen in eight-hou- r day for that section. Milan are members ot various trades Victoria. New South Wales, Ausunions. tralia, has 116,621 factory employee; New York. New York state has average wage $50 a year. four million people over tea more than law Tallahassee. A years old engaged la gainful for women recently passed the Tesv old-ag- e New York. Police Commissioner Wood of New York city has arranged to havo patrolmen act as agents in securing Jobs for workers. Tho patrolmen will report to their respective station houses all places In their precincts where workmen are wanted. Southport, England. Ily 102 votes to 20 tho Textile Workers' association conference passed a resolution recommending members to support the raising of the age at which children enter mills from twelve to thirteen. Berlin. Official German statistics show that the average yearly Income ot the railway maintenance workers In Baden Is $260; in Wurtemberg, $250; In Bavaria, $230; In Saxony, $335; in Prussia, $210. San Francisco. Between 2,500 nnd 3,000 mechanics, employes in shipyards on the Pacific coast, havo Joined the United Brotherhood ot Carpenters and Joiners ot America within the last few months.. Lynn, Mass. Arvld G. Erlando of Chicago has been elected grand organizer of the United Shoo Workers of America, according to announcement made of the result of a recent mail ballot. Tokyo, Japan. Tho free lodging 0 bouse in Honjo ward has housed persons since Its Institution, 11 years ago. Most ot the lodgers have been men between the ages of twenty and forty. Ottawa, Canada. The Canadian government has decided to deport all persons who have been less than three years In that country and who are unable to get work. Now York. Hugh Frayne, general organizer of the American Federation of Labor In New York, la making an attempt to organize the Italian laborers In that city. Belfast. Ireland. Harland & Wolf's wages bill at their yard Is now about $7,500,000 per annum, the number ot men employed being between 15,000 and 20,000. Washington. The lower house of congress has sanctioned an advance ot Ave cents an hour In wages of employes of the government printing office. San Francisco. Stone contractors pay the following wage scale for eight hours: Carvers, $6; stonecutters, $5.60; planermen, $5.60; sawyers, $5, Detroit, Mich. It cost the state ot Michigan $405,000 for the service of tho troops during the recent copper strike In the upper peninsula. 855,-00- legislature. You and Your Family Need The Citizen Every Week Subscribe Today Pago Four. THE CITIZEN , October 20, 1014 LOCAL PAGE NEWS Of BBREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES .Mrs. Cook has moved from Center SI. into I lie homo of lier daughter, .Mrs. Scruggs on Boono SI. Mrs. Maggie Golden is occupying Mrs. BRECK fc EVANS RICHMOND, KY. tion here. We believe our Fall stocks comprise the very things that college men and young men will want to Very Smart are the wear. The most exacting tastes new will surely meet with satisfacRichmond, Kentucky Fall Suits, $18, $25 and down to $12, $15 Balmacans, $10 to $20 Mackinaws, $8 to $12 Florsheim Shoes,$5, $6 $1, Tucked Shirts, FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, AND LIVE STOCK INSURANCE $1.50, $2 Cook's house at present. Get that aluminum cooking ware at Welch's. (ad) Life Policy. Sec the New Mr. Sherman Flint of Mngoilln Co. and .Mr. UenJ. H. Gnrley of Garden THE OCC STUDIO City. N. C entered the Vocational Friends of Mr. C. I. Ogg aro glad A party of young people went to the Main Chapel Friday morning, BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES O. C. PURKEY.Prop. Department last week. lo bear that he is belter Brush Creek Cacs Monday for an Mr. Porter is a very Interesting Special prices on Magazines, good Monday afternoon a party of col High Class Photographs, Latest shapes in ladies and girls' all-dexcursion. The ralher damp speaker nnd all who heard him lego workers attended a fair at Mrs, Enlarging, Kodac Finishing dress hats $3.10 to $5.00. Children's weather did not dampen their spir- while ho was hero were greatly only until November 10. Placo your Almey school at Mallorv SnrliiKS. linl liOfll hnmrnln nvnr. Picture Framing A mm. its any ns they all report a glor- pleased. Ho promised to return lo order Wwith M. I Spink at once and save toft on your reading matter. The party consisted of Sec. and Mrs. iofQ line. It will pay you lo come iously Jolly lime. Over Berea Bank and Trust Co. Dinner was Berea at a later dale and lecture lo .) uus,,,, ami Sinclair. ,I.wn lo Chestnut St. and see what cooked on the grounds nnd served Uio student body as he bad planned BARGAINS WATCHES .mws. iw.ru ami u uienouse; and n nicc ,nl you can get WATCHES Wo will certainly bo for such in true picnic style. The members Ibis lime. Go to Marcnm's to get your Jew- ..... o,.lmii:- - in company wnn nr. I utile money. Mrs. Laura Jones. of Ibo party wero: Messrs. Davis, glad lo welcome him back again as .n Coyie. Hacked. Douglas, Ecclcs, we know ho will leave a message elry. Everything guaranteed. Price uonmson maue uio trip in an auto- i.ii.. imruuu. FYwiln.. la I.. I....... Templeton, Mr U'illi-i..- . Mahalfey, that will keep. Edwards, the lowest, quality considered. Pure lard In 501b cans al Welch's for a short visit Moss nor, and the Misses Smith, to Clarkilon'i Hard Next door A SUPPER ior 5O.U0. ad. Cornells Grocery makes nromnt Birknell. Gray. Kckh'r. Wvall. Rich ware. Main Street The hospitable doors of tho Weld .Mrs. Annoy is working hard for deliveries. ardson, Gilmer, Pearsons, Carruth ml Her school and should have the co- Swell new caps for mon and bovs. ers Prof, and Mrs. Rumold diaper- - home swung wide open on Wodncs i day evening last, ushering in a de- operation or every patron In the dis- - 50c to $1.50. Hayes & Gott. L. & N. TIME TABLE (ad) oncd net. supper in Serrelary Vaughn and wife nnd Hghlnil All tho new sty o sweaters, all North Bound, Local Mrs. Laura Jones has in new hats colors, all prlres for men, women Mr. Jesse Baird and Miss Agues honor of Miss Mary Fee, Clarksburg, 7:00 a. m. 10:55 p. m Knoxvillo Mallory ind., and Miss Eleanor Morgan, Hat- 1:07 p. m. 3:51 a. m. and shapes every week while the and children at Hayes and Gott. (ad) Tyler gave addresses at BEREA boro, Pa., who is visiting the Tay- Mrs. Hudson has been crippled Springs last Sunday. 7:45 a. in. season lasts. Bought late and can 0:15 p. in. Cincinnati give you a splendid hat for the with a sprained anklo for Ilio past on her return from a six rs Mr. Dorral Flint, who was a Bound, Local South three weeks and has been unable to dent in the college department last month's trip in Ilio Northwest, 0:f0 a. in. 8:15 p. m. lowest price. Call and see her. Cincinnati (ad) i move among her many friends. We year, arrived in Berea Monday noon I The table decorations were in per- 12:37 p. m. 12:25 a. m. BEREA " . . Last mursnay, the Pnscilla Club are glad she is belter and will soon and will again enter school. Mr feet taste and the supper mol 5:50 a. m. 7:00 p. ni. Knoxvillc mel at .Mrs. L. A. Davis' home on he "hie to be about again Flint will complete the literary bounteous. Imps and elfs stared and Express Train Phono all your wants lo 29. ad. course this year rereiing his B. hsrluued with all glee from behind passen- Center Streeu No 33 will slop to tako on every dish. A huge pumpkin sus Mrs. W. H. Duncan and children Professor Lewis is spending the L. degree next June. gers for Knoxvillo and points beyond. aro visiting at the home of Mr. and latter part of Ibis week in Farmer Mrs. W. It. Blue, who bat been pended from the chandelier over South Bound .Mrs. P. Reams in Winchester. Institutes and agricultural interests visiting the school for the past two I lie (able, containing favors for each. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati Miss Sara Ely, who is nurse at In Crittenden, Union and Henderson weeks, left Monday for her home in The crackle of the cheerful open BEIIEA 11:45 a. in. College hospital. ofM'ounties Louisville. btie seemed ureatly grate lire added zest lo the occasion. No. 32 will slop at Berea to lake Witherspoon ICv Xmvs Seated at the table also were: Mr. pleased with her visit and pro on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and Buckhorn. has relurne.l In Imr and Mrs. Carl Hunt. Mrs. Sam'l at Buckhorn after a short visit Messrs. Lay, Phillips and Smith of nouuees Berea a line place points beyond. Willi her mother, Mrs. Jane Ely and La Fnllette, Tenn., were visiting re If it's new you'll tlnd it al Hayes Welch. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Taylor, North Bound friends. . Natives in town Sunday. & Golfs. (ad) Miss Hilda Welrh and Mr. John BEIIEA .. 4:55 p. m. .Mr. and .Mrs. Waller Knglc aro the Welch. Cincinnati 8:50 p. m. proud parents of a baby girl Mr. V. H. Bower left for Jackson. WOMANS INDUSTRIAL COMING EVENTS eunesuay on business The opening meeting for (he sea October Portland Cement at Welch's 65c. son of the Woman's Industrial will r 31. Berea Corn Show. .Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Jones aro tho be on Friday, Oct. 30th. at I p. in. : proud parents of a baby girl. November. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Botkin were in Lyceum Number Strickland : 11, MONEY LOST Richmond, Thursday. Gillilan. The Under of an envelone run .Mrs. Edward Edwards of Jame's- 21, Lyceum Number Heading; Is inning tlio.o small bills will be re- port, Mo., is visiting her sister, Mrs. abell Garghill Bcecher. warded by reluming it lo Prof. L. Best and brother Mr. II. H. is, 20, Thanksgiving Day. 9:io a. m Main and Center Sti., Berea, Ky. V. Dodge. no Procession. 10:00 a. in. Thanksgiv All cereals fresh at Cornell's Gro ing Sermon and Praise meeting. a(1 2:00 p. in. Sports. 4:30 p. m. Depart cery! Tho Epwotth League of Hie M. E. mental Receptions. 5:15 p. ni. Din Church will have a genuine, old- nor and Toasts. fashioned "Punkin" pie sunner nl War has been declared on high me new graded school auditorium, The New Garments prices at Welch's. (ad) Friday evening, Nov. Gib. Everv Hats! Hals! Ladies' Hats! at Mrs one invited lo attend. There will For Ladies' . . . Laura Jones, Chestnut St., Berea, Ky. bo splendid music and good progran Nobby school hats for girls and which will interest all who come. ladies at 50 and 75 cents. Ladies' Mr. and Mrs. John Parrelt snenl tasty black and white sailor trim- Sunday with relatives in Rockcas med 82.00 to $250. (ad) tle County. A number of Ibo young women of Down, down, down the prices co Uio college department went on a at, eicn's. f.n two, days camping trip to the bunMrs. Lou Hanson, who has been galow on Indian Fort Mountain, startisiting with her sisters at Wanner. ing last Saturday. They were: the Okla., for some time writes that she Misses Stevens, Stamni, Holliday, will start for Kentucky Ilio last of Dizney, DeBord, tins week slopping at Augusta for a IIulT. Beeclinr, Englo and Shireman. The Misses sit before she returns home. Parker and Hill chaperoned. The Stoves, stoves, stoves at Welch's. SKIRTS, $1.98 to $7.98 girls had a splendid times and are Any kind, any price. (ad) In the Newest Modes enthusiastic to repeat the excurMrs. Clias. Burdettc and son, John. sion somo time. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE Mr. J. F. Holtsclaw. of Lancaster, eturned Tuesday from a four Mr. Randolph Sellers writes from weeks visit with her mother. Mrs. Ky Progressive candidate for Con- What proved lo be a rather dc- Columbus, Ohio, that he is now en- Fannie Campbell of Kincston. Ind. gross in the 8th Congressional Dis- - struelivo (Ire occured early Friday HATS and EVERYTHING rolled as a post graduate student in at the new graded morning between the hours of two .Mr. and Mrs. Eli Cornelison moved tricl, spoke For Ladies' Wear Ohio Stale University and doing Monday to Paint Lick where Mr. school building last Tuesday night- - and three when tho homo of Mr. and nicely. He is president of the O. S. Cornelison will have charge of tho Mrs. William Long was totally de Miss Fannie Dowden of Paint Lick U. Prohibition The lire was well under Association which telephone. who is teaching school at Slony stroyed. will take active part in the big fight Don't forget you can always gel Point, Garrard County, was in lown way before an alarm was sounded, now on in Ohio, against the liquor the best bat for your money at Mrs. and the neighboring townspeople last Saturday. interests. arrived on the scene too late to bo Laura Jones. Every one will tell There was a pic supper at the of assistance. Tho cause of the flro Gasolino irons at Welch's, (ad) Richmond, Kentucky ou that. Ask them. fad) Both Mr. nnd Mrs. Tlio Messrs. Chapman and Evans, Mr. and .Mrs. Ben Snurlock of Har West Union Church Monday ovening is unknown. given by tho Hayti school people.; ,0ng had been absent from the Miss Lynn and Hie Mesdamcs Haw- lan, Ky., came last week to see Mrs. i no procceus win no useu in pro house for several days, in which thorne, Boss. Evans and Chapman, Spuilook's mother who is very ill. curing thu prizes to be awarded at time there was no lire in the house. were members of an auto party Call Cornell s Grocery. ad close-o- f the school year. From all appearances tho houso had from Ilichmond, who were guests Prof, and Mrs. Carl Hunt enter the CASH STORES been robbed previous to its burning. Call Cornell's Grocery. al tho Tavern last week. ad tained Misses Mary Fee, Hilda Mr. Burritt Fee of Clarksburg, Welch, Mr. John Welch, Prof. Mess-n- er Mr. Max Chambers, a Senior of The entire property loss is estimat Ind., is an expected guest of tho and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Vaughn the College department, received a ed at about $1000, part of which is Welch homo this week. at a dinner parly Tuesday evening. slight fracture of tho skull in the covered by insurance. Tho houses Mr. Robert Davis and sister, Viral Get that stove at Welch's, game Thursday. neighboring wero only slightly dam(ad) ginia, spent week's end with their .Mr. William Evans spent Sunday Ho was removed to the College hos aged. This is tho Mrs I serious fire parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. Davis, of in Richmond. pital and given immediate atten- wo have had for somo timo and wo Of the Correct New Style in Men's and Boys' Lexington. Rev. 1). W. Brown of the M. E. tion and is now able to bo out hope it may be the last. Miss Lou Phillips, accompanied by Church attended tho State Sunday again. DR. PORTER HERE Miss Jaunita Garriot, spent Sunday School Convention at Loxington Tho Sophomore class of tho col- Ready-to-we- ar Dr. J. W. Porter of Lexington, a wilh her mother, Mrs. Phillips, at last week. lego organized last Thursday with noted minister, author and lecturer, Wildie. Why don't you trade at Cornett's Mr. Mack Morgan as President. made several addresses in Berea tho Misses Lillian and Mao Smith Grocery. ad Mrs. Eben Handy, of Covington, past week. On Thursday evening were in Ilichmond Thursday on Eggs now 20o at Welch's. (ad) KyH is visiting at the homo of A. ho lectured al Ibo Baptist Church business. Miss Fox of Narrow Gap was in Smith on Scaffold Cano Pike, this and was to lecture in tho College Mr. T. J. Coylo was a business town Saturday on business. is now ready and complete and wc can say with week. Mrs. Handy was formerly Chapel the following evening but visitor last week. Mr. D. II. Breck and family were Miss Taylor, pardonable pride that never before have we or any graduate of tho Berea was forced to cancel tho engage Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ilipshiro and in town Monday on business. other store in Berea shown such extensive assortments Nursing School. Mr. Handy ia a ment on account of an unforeseen Mrs. Lucy Gordon who have been Last Sunday was Rally Day at M. graduate of the or such attractive values. We earnestly invite your Vocational depart-- ! call in another part of the State. visiting in Berea and at Big Hill, uiurcii. 'ilio attendance reached i.nmt. inspection of the new goods whether you intend to buy However, ho mado a brief address In returned to Lexington last Thurs the two hundred mark and tho proor not, and should you wish to buy our assortments day. gram and decorations were enjoyed Mr. Howard II. Harrison and Mr. very much by all who wero there. are surely large enough and our values good enough Hay Maharg were in llockusllo Co. New goods daily at Cornell's, ad to certainly please you. Al (do first of the week in tho inlcr-ct- st Miss Grace Cornelius spent tho of tho Corn Show which occurs last of last week in Richmond with Saturday, Oct. 31st. relatives and friends. The college and vocational team Mr. Bob Englo was In Richmond played a practise game of football Thursday. "The Cash Store" iast Thursday afternoon with a Who said high prices? Thoy MAIN STREET, Near Bank BEREA, .score of 9 to 0 in favor of tho Voca- - havo been cut to pieces at Welch's. KENTUCKY tional mon. (ad) J. S. STANIFER ay J. S. STANIFER u-ic- (ad-lH- .... " stu-Mo- ..... ... 0 WINDOWS! called to the windows in our Dry Goods Dept. for the next few weeks. It will especially be of interest to all the Fish's Millinery The Style and Quality Line Attention ladies. Coats, Suits, Dresses, Shirt Waists B. E. BELUE & COMPANY 77E College-Vocation- FALL EXHIBIT Clothes Hats, Shoes and Fine Furnishings M CLARKSTON L9R Hardware and Groceries HAYES & GOTT 'VC "IV n October 20, I0U. THE CITIZEN UNION CHURCH NEWS. Nftxt Sunday is Communion Sun Page Fir. Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky day. Hecy. nnd Mrs. Vaughn, Prof. Mess ncr, Misses Alzcnhoefer, Hlggins and Hnrwood wcro received Into membership Insl Sunday. The Rev. S. (2. Johnson and wifo r.re holding a series of meetings at Mi row Gap. C. K. Prayer Meeting Topic for Nov 1st. Twelve ureal Verses. XI. The Work Verso. Keel. 0:10 (Con wcrnllon Meeting.) DINNER PARTY 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 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, Cashier A Complete Line of Prof, nnd Mrs. Jas. P. Fnulknor, recently married, received n wel eomo to their homo on Jackson St. in thu form of a dinner parly at tho Homo of Prof nnd Mrs. LcVnnl Dodge, on Monday evening last. Tho other guests wcro Dr. and Mrs. Rob erts, Mrs. Virginia Sellers of Philadelphia. Pa.. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Hallelt of Pittsburg, Pa, Miss Chris tine McF.wain of Wcllsvlllc., N, Y and Miss Mary K. Welsh of the Col lego. FUR COAT LOST. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, LADIES' and MEN'S FURNISHINGS SPECIAL PRICES ON Haby's white fur coat lost between iJoonc St. and Wnlnut Meadow Pike, Any ono finding samo please return lo ll. J. hnglo and bo rewarded. "') Mrs. Wnltcr Viars, EFFICIENCY CONFERENCE R. H. CHRISMAN "The Furniture Man" Men's Suits Ladies' Suits Boys' Suits Ladies' Coats RICHARDSON & COYLE Main Street .... Pe.n-niui- au Tuesday, Nov. 3rd, is tho dalo for the Mllciency Conference In the M Uiurch of Herca. Tho initial meeting will be hold in tho church al 10 o'clock a. in. meetings also in the afternoon at 2 o'clock and Chestnut Street Another week has come and il end in Herca with a big Corn Show and Fair. You cannot spend tho day heller than al Berea on that day. If you bring an extra dollar with you we will give you a year's subscription to The Citizen and a llnpa" of two months. Berea, Kentucky CONGRATULATIONS PUBLIC NOTICE Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lcngfellner Notice is hereby given thatat.tho nnd Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Scrivner arc November term of the Madison preaching al Berea, Kentucky Industrial Building which was fit Ion, Ky. tingly decorated for the occasion. FARM FOR SALE Thoir supper, prepared by the Do300 acre farm bound to sell in mestic Science Cooking Class, was DEATH Or EDWIN R. STEARNS Clay County, on head of Sexton served up in novel fashion which Creek. Ono half re Mr. Kdwin 11. Slearns of Cincin- made it all the more delicious. A A good 2 mainder in cultivation. nati, of tho Stearns ami Foster Co.. Victrola had been secured and pro-ud- ed story house and very good out- n ery pleasant evening's enfor twenty yoar.s a trustee of Hmildings, orchard, 2 gardens, good urra, diet! al life reidenrp in Wyomtertainment. Mr. Harrold Hacked water, good wood, everything con morning. is the Seniors' president this year. ing, Ohio, last Saturday venient School, Church, Etc. Six The burial was on Monday. Presimiles from II. It. I moan lo sell al Osborne, UTILE DULCE AND PI EPSILON PI dent I'rost and Treasurer bargain. If interested call on or lion, (iuy V. Million of the Hoard of write, D. H. Hobinson. Datha, Ky. ANNIVERSARY Trustee, and Prof. Henry M. (ad-1Utile Dulce and Pi Kpsilon Pi, the attended the hrief memorial two senior literary societies for The Individual stands back of the services. vliolo thing. The newspaper is tho Mr. Stearns wa a graduate of young women, held their jdTnt annimedium through which sentiment is He was indeutilled Willi versary meeting in the main chapYale. oiced. We have on our desk many of (he rharities of Cincinnati, el the evening of the -- 1st. The girls entertained with an letter from the Joint Committee. and greatly heloved for his generous delightfully proKentucky Hrewers, Distillers and interest, in the welfare of his neigh- interesting and Wholesale Lhpior Dealers Associa bors and the whole community. I!e-r- gram. The Misses Klllo Gray and tions, asking us lo present lo our College sustain an irreparable Margaret Todd, the two society presidents, olllciated for the evencaders "Authenticated loss in his death. fads and ing. The program was as follows: llgures showing why it would bo Paper. "The Art of Play," Cora letrimenlal lo tho interest of Ken ACADEMY vs. VOCATIONAL Shiremau. tucky and her peoplo to vote for The Academy and Vocational Slate-wiHeading, Itess DcBord. prohibition, and just football squads met last Monday nft- Music Quartette. Misses Car- why it is for their welfare lo main ernoon for the llrst regular game of; tain the licensed and lawful liquor rilu.rs Iu.w.h,.r st,!Vt.s, n,i Hoi The gaiiioti..!.... this season's series. trade, now remaining in tho state." proved somewhat and If you are lucky enough lo y. Unsay, "Having Time," Delia We can always Hud more room in decided victory for the Academy submit the best article on the wastebasket than in our col men owing to their superior train Heading, Hernice Chase. umns for such matter thai is do ing. The score stood 27 to 0, al the "Why 'Auto Boy' Suits are idodly poisonous lo tho minds of Original Story, Margaret Todd. close of the last half. There was Pimm Solo. Florence Stevens. our readers. You may rest assured Better" no feature playing on either side All (he uuinbei's showed good not be guilty of giving you, it proving more a matter of team our readers, anything that will be It costs you nothing to try. Tills work than of individual playing. thought and careful preparation and machine Is given away lr the .Takers applause. lo your detriment. The Academy department has a commanded Tho girls are looking to n good year of "Auto lloj" Suits, for which we strong team which bids fair for the are local agents. PLEASANT SURPRISE neasop's championship. The series in Society and wo are certain they Price lJ.50, $3.50, $5.00, $7.50 Mrs. Steenrod, on Wednesday ev do- - have made an excellent will lie played by the various ening, 011 the occasion of their third paHment squads l ouudation, Nor Hring In your boy, and let us fit mal. Vocational, Academy and Colhim out. lie will look well, feel wedding anniversary, gavo a picas lege, each playing three games. The MISSION DANDS SPEAK gool, anil make you proud of him, In ant surprise- to Mr. Steenrod by in 'Auto Hoy" Clothes. championship is decided I hanks itio? a number of their friends to Last Sunday evening, the regular giving when the llnal game of the chapel bounteous dinner such as Mrs exercises were dispensed Contest blanks free. Steenrod is capablo of preparing season is played. with and an interesting hour and a I'lie guests was as The Academy line-H- p RICHARDSON & COYLE Stephens, were Mr. and Mrs. Joo half spent listening to representa Mr. and Mrs. George Dick, follows: Phillips. H.H.. Wayne, L tives of the Foreign Mission and tho Berea, Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Roberts, Mr. and 11.. Curry, F.H., Hemhree. Q.H., Aar- Home Mission Hand, both student m, C, Smith, L.G.. Hughes, H.O., organizations. The former makes a Mrs. C. II. Wcrlcnbcrger. Giles, L.T.. Haird, H.T.. Hunt, L.K. study of the needs of the foreign Godbey, H.T. Four subs, Campbell, fields and pledges its members to Hronaugh, Powers and fllnn play give their lives to tho foreign ser STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC., ed in the third quarter. (ho latter studies the needs of REQUIRED BY THE Aa OF AUGUST 24, 1912 line-u- p was: vice, The Vocational our own country and tho mountain of Thk Citizkn, published Weekly, at Ucrea, Kentucky, for October t, 1914. Smith, C. Tipton, U.O., Farmer, U.T., region and is likewise pledged to Fielder, U.K., Deadiriok, L.O., Click, make (his homo Held Editor, Win. G. Frost, Berea, Kentucky their Held of IUI I..K., Howlan, Allen. L.'l Managing Editor, C. II. Wektkniiikokr, Ueren, Kentucky service. Brill. F.H.. F.vans, Q.H McCaim, L.H. Tho meeting was called at 7:00 p. Iluslneis Manager, Messrs. Carrol Hatson and Aden in., one-ha- lf l'ubllihers, Ukkea 1'uiilishino Co., Berea, Kentucky. hour earlier than tho Ogg umpired the game. regular chapel hour. President Owners: (If a corporation, give Its name and the names and aildruses of Frost had cliargo introducing tho stockholder holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of stock. If not a corpoA TRIPLE ENTENTE different speakers, Tho Forolgn ration, give names and addresses of Individual owners.) Last Friday ovcnlng seemed es- Mission Hand was represented by Hehia Puhliiiiino Co. pecially auspicious for social events tho Misses Chase, Carruthcrs, Davis William G. Frost, Ucrea, Kentucky 3051 to thoso of the College department and Porter and tho Messrs. Hoag' Howard K, Taylor 30 for thero were three class parties land, Whitlaker, Uenlleld, and Dr. C. H.WKKriCNUCKOEK " " 40ft Mossmun. Messrs. Sparks, Ambrose, evening. held In tho ono Known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders, holding I per Tho Freshman Class, President Hannah, Miller and Miss Daniels, Stnhl, gathered nt Pro- represented the Homo Mission Hand. cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities: (If there .Mr Harrold fessor Humold's Houso and were Mr. Hubert Speuco also spoke on are none, so state.) Agriculture in the Mountains. delightfully entertained for tho (Ilerea College holds certain promlsory notes against the corporation.) All the speeches wcro short, in Average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed, Tho Junior Class, president, Mr. teresting and to tho point. They through the malls or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the six mouths pre. Harrell Hoagland, met al Mr. Hud- brought homo with vital force the ceding the date shown above. (This information Is required from dally news needs and demands of both homo papers son's Houso on Jackson St., and only.) mado merry for tho ovoning with and foreign missions. C. II. WKRTKNHERGER, Managing Editor. Tho mission Hold voices u groat games, songs, and good things to call for acllvo Christian service and eat. Sworn to and subscribed before mc this 19th day of October, 1914. Tho Soniors assembled al 0:30 in wo aro glad so many are already JOHN F. DEAN, Notary Public tho Domestic Solcnoo room of tho enlisted in so good a causo. (My commission expires January 38th, 1918), me public are invited. Among tho prominent speakers who will be in attendance, on tho conference will bo Hew J. M. Milear. D.D Lexing ton, Ky., Rev. Win. Jones, Ludlow, ivy., and Rev. O. (1. Hasan, Lcxing 7 p. m. All the officials of tho church nnd will College News both receiving the congratulations of their friends over tho arrival of baby daughters in thoir respective homes. They wcro both given their reception al tho Collogo Hospital and Oct. 28 will always be celebrated jointly as their birthday. To Don Cotton Gowns to Aid Planters. Mrs. Annie Klncald Dent of Ynzoo City. Ln.. lias appealed to wouirii of the south to aid cotton planters by wearing cotton gowns. More than 0 score of Now Orleans women noted tor their ciiwih luivc nsjrewl to dlsmrd silks mikI fine rlotlici for cotton. The mnrpii'mit to Im wldpsptr.nl well-timber- County Court, which is tho second day of November. W. V. Bush, and others will petition the Madison County Court to establish a now road viz: To begin on tho Barker lano at a point just south of the residnneh nf John Hawkins, and to run thencb in a westerly direction over tho lands of W. W. Bush, a distance of about th of a mile, so as to connect with the nrcsent couniv mud leading to tho Berea and Kingston piko at a point near Hickory Plains School House. J. Q. Baxter. (ad-18- .) County Road Engineer. one-four- 9) Joe W. Stephens Meat Market FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES well-prepar- ea An Automobile Free to You Fruits and Vegetables Mill Feed, Flour and Meal OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE. Main Street, Berea GIVE US A CALL de one-side- d, Hol-lida- we-shal- l IF YOU PURPOSE Opening a new bank account or shifting your old one, think "Berea National" a clean, growing bank that is seeking your business on its record. Capital $25,000. Surplus and profits $26,500. well-deserv- od BEREA NATIONAL BANK BEREA, KENTUCKY A Wise Man The wise man always prepares for a run of hard luck. Anybody can get along when prices are good, when work is plentiful, when crops aregood, 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. JACKSON COUNTY BANK McKee, Kentucky I'npn Six. THE CITIZEN October 20, IDH Te Land of Broken Promises Dy DANE COOLIDGE SCIENCE'S LATEST POLAR WEAPONS New FANCIES OF FASHION 8TYLE THAT HAS FOUND FAVOR 13 TO REMAIN. A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution tCoorrisht. ' r- THE Author of FIGHTING TOOL," "HIDDEN WATERS," "THE TEXICAN," Elc Devices Sfiacklelon Carried by tlie Expedition, ' Illustrations by DON J. LAVIN 1914. Organdie Collar With Attached Vest One of the Featurea of the Mode Dainty and Attractive Neck' wear Oelng Shown. br Frank A. Munwr.l I I With so much approval has fashion o nnu Harms or-collar, with tho attnehed vest, that it is reappearing this season, ro- - ...... .1 II. success. Many adaptations, how. over, aro Introduced In tho now models. That by simply nddlng a collar nnd vest of this sort a now leaso on life can bo given to any . to command" fn flio army of tho liberI ation, nnd tho veiled muttcrlngs of On the mornlnc nfter they nnd his followers showed that they wero I . Two of the Five Taken on Antarctic I laughed nt the comic paper nnd dccld llttlo better thnn tigers In leash. Negro nas oecn lateen nna retaken, thnt drovo nil the soldiers from town, cd that nil tho world QuiV Have Air Propeller! Cnounh wnB fnlr, Hooker Mounted upon horses, mules, nnd and the railroad will noon bo ropalrcd. I However. Agua Negra la onco more and Amlgo wero squatting by tho lire even burros; armed with ovory Specially Prcpired Food Packed In con My gracious! hav.. you been out In ln tho imnd8 ot the government; tho and eating a man's alio breakfast. Sausage Skint to Lett Through the rclvnblo weapon from a musket to tho hills that long? Why, It was two tmck Is clear nnd most of tho bridges Tho creek, swollen by yesterday's standard repeating rlfloe, they were a 1,700 Mile Trip. wooka ago that tho rebels captured j repaired; o why quarrel with tho torrential rain, had sottled to a rivu- tatterdemalion army, moro fit for tho town by a roup, and eight days Yaquls! While they aro, ot courso, let. Air propelled motor slcrigt inniiutril Tho wind had not risen nnd tho "treason, stratagems nnd spoils" than later tho federals took It back. nothing but Indians, they serve their sun was Just over the hill when, with tho sterner duties of war. on flat runner like xkN form the main "Ah, thoro has been a real war, Mr. purpose ln battle." a rush and a scramble Amlgo throw-dowBud looked them over closely, well rollnnie of the niitnrctle expedition Iludt You who haro laughed nt the "Well, I guess ycsl" responded Rud hcmUtl by his cup and was off In a flash for satisfied to havo his back ngalnst Crucst ShiieUetmi. courage of the Mexicans, what do you a which Is on Sir wny garment that has warmly. "Serve their purpose, ohf the rocks. Its tn .plore the wan, ana wnen the rtv great think of Bernardo Bravo and his menT Where wero theso Mexican soldiers onco lost Its first A moment later two men rode down talnor camo hurrying cotitfiieiit thnt siirromiili the back with tho Thoy captured the last up train from and them Spanish officers when the the canyon, and then two more, o freshness has south iHile. A In Popular Ale and I)rtuna; loaded nil the men Into tho Yaquls were taking the town? And two more. It was n column of men. horso ho quickly took the worthless chnnlcN declare writerIti thin mid ninny mo such an asthat receipt and watched them on tbolr oro cars and empty coaches; and, that was Just like a sured fact with Mexiall armed with rifles, and they cast way. Then, as tho last other re.ipeets the expedition Is better whllo tho federals wero still In their can setting that tlmo-fusand then envious eyes at Copper Bottom ns they disappeared, ho ran for his tho woman of equipped with modern devices than saddle and barracks, tho train ran dear Into the not having It go oil. More'n likely the halted before tho camp. As for Bud, practical mind that she Is loath to rifle and within a mlnuto ho was nny previous body of polur explorer station and took tho town by storm. let nsldo a fashion that has becorao poor yap that fired it was so scalrt he bo saluted gravely, for he knew them mounted has ever boon. and away, ''And eight days lator, nt sundown, couldn't hold a match probably for what they wero. i Details of fowl supply, shelter nml f so much Importance to her. There were rebels bolow him vory the federals took It back. Ah, there never lit It, Jest dropped the match Nnver lias daintier or more nttrac These were the lost forces of Her- -' provisions for the general health and was awful slnughtor averted, senorl and run. They're a bum bunch, if nardo Bravo and Salaxar, Hojas and likely there wero moro to come tho comfort of the meniliowof the pnrty .Ive neckwear been designed than at only safe place for Copper Bottom Rut for the fnct that the fuse wont you want to know what I think. I'd tho other bandit chlofs, and they tho present time, and whether It bo hnve been worked out with out two hundred Yaqul Indians who rather havo a Yaqul than a hundred marched, as he well knew, upon For- was over tho hills at Fortuna. With enre, tested In the snuwfleltls Hrleiitltlc lomestlc or Imported, wo care not of northout stopping for path lod the chargo would have been blown ot 'em I" io long as It Is modish nnd becoming. tune. They marched quietly, and tho ed straight northwest or trail, ho bead ern Norway nnd pronounced perfect. over the ridges. Into oternlty. "A hundred of whom?" inquired a great whlstlo bad not blown. i sledges will be taken. Tho models nro clever vcrilons of the Hve motor riding as tho cowboys do when thoy In neckwear, nnd the mag-pi- e "Toe, so great was the charge ot cool voice behind him, and looking up It would make a rich prize, fortune, One of tlieno hns n tlfty-flvhorsopow. low Ideas suggestion carried out In vivid dynamlto that the rebels had laid ln Hooker saw the beautiful Oracla gaz if they could tako It by surprlsol The rake the rango for cattle. Hardly had cr 'gasoline engine, another n forty ho toppod the first high crest when their mlno that not a house In Agun ing out at nim through the screen ransom for tho Spanish haclendados These two havo nlr pro itrlpcs marks ono of tho new and he came In sight of Amlgo, loadod horsepower. Nogra would have been left standing door. variety This vest, wllh alone would amount to thousands of down with his cartridge-belt- s peller, hut for use ngnlh't henil winds collar and car If' tho fuso had dono Us work. Two attached, ready to batto on any s "A hundred Mexicans!" ho repeated, dollars, and the could rying his heavy Mauser. they nn- - nli equipped with positive tons of dynamlto! Think of that, my and Gracla 'rock, sells for a comparatively small murmured "Oh!" and vaa afford to pay anything ln order to save In a long, shambling trot the Yaqul drive tneohnnlxm In the form of tooth- turn. friend I gone. their works. was drifting along the hillside with ed drums attached nt the rear to en Another pretty suggestion Is a de "But these rebels were as Ignorant "Miss Aragon Is very loyal to her gage the lee ami snow. In the ex A box of dynamite under the giant of Its power as thoy were ot laying country," observed Don Juan, but concentrator and tho money would bo tho freo grace ot a wild creature, and tremely low teiuponituros of the ant cided novelty of the season, mado of whon Hooker pulled down his horso a lightweight lin a. train. The Yaquls walked Into tho Hooker only grunted. produced at once, and yet tho scounto keop pace with him he laughed and arctic the snow liocoiiios ns loose s. en, edgos tho (own at sundown and found It Somehow, since thoso four Mexicans camp to motioned him on. Taking tho lead, drels halted at a dry sand, so these sledges nre mounted and rcvers being he every man, woman and child had come to his camp, he had soured steal a single horse, I on flat, slilllke runners to prevent (hern scalloped loped on over hogback and barranca, ln a colhad fled to Gadsden and the rebels had on everything south of the lino; and A flicker of scorn pasted over Hook-el'- s picking out tho best trail by Instinct from stalling. ' flod to the west. ored flois. Tho even the charming Gracla could not face as the leader came dashing a pace setting Result of a Seven Day Tett. vett fattens down But listen, here was the way It make him tako back bis words. If sho up, but the Texan greeted him with a and prcssod suchkeep up that Bud was to with him. hard In a seven day test In Norway one the front with I happened actually, and not as com- had Intended the remark as a chal slow smile. I Ho had heard It said that In tho of these air propelled sledges, enrry largo pearl butmon report has it, for tho country is lenge a subtlo Invitation to follow "Buenos dlas, general!" he said; Yaqul country no white man, no mat Ins tlx men, lowed nnother sledge tons. These vests all In an uproar nnd the real facts her and defend his faith she failed "you have many men." ter how well he was mounted, could welching 400 (Kiunils nml cnrrylng two arc rather expenwore nerer known. When Bernardo for once of her purpose, for if there "Enough!" observed the "general" outdistance the Indians on foot and men. nt a spool nf from fifteen to sive, but can bo Bravo captured tho town of Agun Ne- was any particular man ln Mexico that hurriedly, "but some ln the rear are hour Only n thirty mado very gro tho people acclaimed his a hero. Bud hated more than another It was oa foot As I suppose you axe ln sym- now ho knew It was true. But why twenty miles this killing baste on tho part of Ami horsepower motor was iimhI Instead of by the "He sent word to the Junta at El her father. pathy with our great cause, I will ask go? He had neither friends nor kin tho larger ones that huve slnre woman with nimHooker had, In fact, thought more you for that horse. Of course, I will ln town; why, then, should Paso and set up a new form of govbe run so Installed, with which n sin-eof tweti ble Angers. ernment All was enthusiasm, and seriously of making her a give you a receipt." I fast to warn them ot tho enemy? ty tun miles mi hour up n 10 Among tho r rent , sororal Americans Joined his ranks than of winning her and ho He fetched out a blank-booas he They racked on, up ono hill and craile with throe men on lionnl hn neckwear we also come across n novto operate the machine guns and can- - lingered about the hotel, not to mako spoke and motioned to a ragged begelty In tho way of neck ruffe. If by down another, while the Insurrectos t.een made love to the daughter, but to strike tcr--. gar at his heels. Bud checked the followed tho canyon that swung to tho other sh'ilaes tmte the (Kwltlve uch name this little collarette can bo ror to Aragon. man's rush with a look. styled. In reality It Is merely n little south, and Anally, In a last scramble, only nnd nro exported tn The company being good, and a "One moment!" he said, and as the tbey mounted a rocky ridgo and ilrhe tlfty miles n day on eh ns liotit ninillin choker collar of ribbon covered with train being expected soon, Hud stayed soldier turned back his general glanced looked down upon old plaited chiffon, while tho top Is finI In- - 7." to IIKI miles of the nero sledues Fortuna. over another day. In tho mornlne. tin tthnrnlv Already the peons were I he olivines of those lire water cooled. ished with n narrow edging of ostrich when he came down for breakfast, ho "Only this, Senor General." plumes. fields at work collar, which Is carout that Aragon had fled before him. swered Bud. "You are welcome to was ln the from the mescaland smoke in) the wnter Jackets are piped to ried out This tho prescribed colors rising ln (With hte wife, daughter and retinue, anything I have food, blankets, raon-h- e gon was busy, but his laborsstill. Ara .team oookln appliances, so that fo"d of tho season, fattens on ono side would be niij' he Invited while on the march bad moved suddonly back to his ey but I cannot give you that horse." with n coquettish little bow. worse than wasted If tho Scientifically Devised Rations. nomo. uooker grinned when Don Juan "But. senor!" protested tho general, took him prisoner. As Bud breathed (ay Homan stripes still play a told him tho news. The food problem of tin Slini'kleton prominent regarding hlra with arrogant pig eyes his horse be hesitated whother to lido part In tho senron's mm1hii is h particularly dlllleiilt wen, wny now ho asked, chuck- - that glinted wickedly, "this poor soi back and warn him or press on and as Illustrated by ono of tho new l iHMl supples for (lie entire Jmir in- ling maliciously. "Here It's the mid dlers feet are sore. Surely you would belts, which show a combination ot ley of tulles fri'lli Wtihleil sort to dle of the rainy season and tho war not make him walk. Only uamo your notify Fortuna; but even for that leather and he imiIo and ns) uil'es from tho ihiIo going on all summer aud nary a rebel price and I will give you a receipt for brief spell the Ynnul could not wnlt. brightly colored Adlos," he said, coming close and Kkih msi must he taki'ii nhui. in sight Where's that big fight you him, but my man must havo tho Hrlped (Ilk. Tho holding out his black hand; "I go this . hen-s!(ir explorers aro nhlo most was telling about the battloof horse." belt nnd bucklo wny!" And ho xlnted along tho ridge. In o. m! for tie on the enehes of f You've made a regular fortune Thoro nas a pause and men began aro of silk, whllo "But whyr said Bud. still at a loss So soletillnVnll.v do lorn out of these refugees, Bracbomonte, to dismount and move In closer. At to nccount tnbs of tho leathfor his h.iBtc. Then, seeing li l ration, on uhl h tin inoinhors of but I fall to see tho enemy." a word from their commander nny tho reticence ln tho er aro suggested Indian's eyes, ho he pnrty havo nlntnh fur you may laugh." shrucKed the . ono of them would draw and kill him. Ah. for ornamenting thrust out his hand In roturn. l.iys nt a time, ha Iss-- pii p irnl ami "but wait! Tho time will as Hooker very well knew, but his Tho tho front. 'Adlos. Amlgo mlo!" he replied, nnd limiuh of It sic kri! In khiismuo skins come, Tho rebels aro lost now soma love for Copper Bottom tnado him ob- - i new belts conwith a quick grip tho YbquI woh gone, ;.ir trnnsMir;atlo!i to lust through aay, when you least expect It, they durato. tinue to bo ex With thnt it.inin itw.tiitl v tt.iit twi ho 1.T0O mill- - trip. will come upon us and then, bellovo treme In width, 1 uu through tho bushes, still lug- '""' simmoled i:.n h man will thirty six but aro ... . mo, my guests will bo glad they are win . soft and pllablo, crushing Into Bno nim nnoiuer norso nut ho ,ir, .h hnnw ha- - ..n.i mill es of looil il illv. liixteHil of the graceful folds. hero. What is a few weeks' bill com- cannot havo this sorrel." higher ground. Bud know he had three poiiiiili. which Is tho average ion be"lng held for ransom? Look pared to For novelty In footwear wo must He stepped quickly over to tho coriimpllmi. In this will ho x oiiiii'oh at that rich Senor Luna, who was hero ral and turned with his back to tho somo purpose he even had n sneak century, hark back to the ing idea that It was to tako of lard, four oiniei. of sugar and twi when the soft, high sixteenth for a time in the spring. Against my gate, while tho commander spat out heeled shoes wont at Captain del Key but six months ln ounces of n mixture of dried milk, pro by advlco bo hurried home and now he orders in Spanish and tho women wero finished with a armed men Moxlco had made him carelem, and ho loin mid oats. The nut of the ration is paying tho price. Ten thousand came running. blunt, squaro too. Tho fow Import half hoped tho Yaqul would win. nuts, almonds anil cd i'iiii.iIMh of pesos It cost to save his wife and shoes that have arrived here havo "Senor," ho said, advancing brusqueTho captain had It coming to him lts hunts mlsiil uith oil and drlnl tho appearanco The Artillery Drove Them Back. family, and for himself and son bis ly upon of the end ot tho shoo ( tho defiant Hooker, "I must for his brutality, but with Arngon It milk The fat content of the ration being cut entirely off. They nro neithfriends advanced ten thousand more. was different Aragon had a wife and Is larger than the normal for temiior non. As for the federals, they occu- I make no evil prophoclea, but it trouble you for that pistol." er pretty nor becoming to tho foot, "So, senor!" answered the cowboy, iti climates. Mnco the low teiniK'rn and It will bo a wrench for milady to pied tho country to the oast and at- would be better for our friend If be keeping his hand upon his gun, "not Hire will place a severe strain on tho tempted a few sallies, but as they stayed on at my poor hotel." dltcard her dainty pointed slippers for to you nor no man and I'll never give hisit producing of the liodv this substitute. bad nothing but their rifles, tho artll-lor"Whoso Bud It up to a Mexican!" friend?" Inquired whliii can only lie kept up to normal drove them back. bluffly, but Don Juan struck him upon n plenty of fat foods, "Coral!" exclaimed tho officer Impa"Then, as the battle ceased, the the back with elephantine playfulness tiently, "you are an Americano no?" DICTATES OF FASHION rebels began to celebrate their vic- and hurried off to his duties. "Not only that," rumbled Bud, drawtory. They broke into the closed As for Hooker, be tarried ln town ing himself up In his prldo, "I am a Just Becauso She Loves Him The high halrdrcsslng has made disobeying their officers and be- until he got his mail a copy of fashionable many beautiful combs and ginning the loot ,of the town, and tho Sunday paper and and well sat- Tojano also, and If any man touches then, In tho September American Mag pins. that horse I'll kill him!" while half of their number wore drunk isfied that the times were quiet and His voice trembled with anger, but azine. Katherine Stiffly starched linen collars of the Holland Drown, the federals, being Informed of their wars a thing of the past bo ambled condition, suddenly advanced upon back to the Eagle Tall and settled his hand was steady and the Mexicans writing a story entitled "Aunt Jano upstanding variety nro considered did not deceive themselves. smart ttjem, with the Yaquls far in the lead. down for a rest and tho tolls about a "Ha, nn Tejanol" murmured the I'lalds and checks of many sorts are "They did not shoot, thoso Yaquls; Flat on bis back by the doorway men who stood about, and ono or two girl named Elizabeth Ann who fs In favor, especially for coatees and but, dragging their guns behind them, he lay on his bed and smoked, reading going to marry a man named Jerry vests. they crept up through the bushes and his way through the lurid supplement who had started to climb the fence Some of tho now tullo and batlsto Lcilyard. Jerry is somowhat of dug pits quite close to the lines. Then, and watching the trail with one eye. thought better of It and dropped back pioneer nnd is going to tako his lingerie gowns have foundation skirts won tho rebels discovered them nnd . since tho fight with Aragon's Mexl- - to tho ground. which suggest Turkish trouBers. Bud knew the fata ot several men manned their guns, the Yaquls shot cans all his apprehensions had left brido ns far away as Ecuador on a who had proclaimed themselves Amerf-IcaHomo ot tho velvet street costumes down too gunners. him. He had written briefly to Phil business ndventuro which may or have extremely long coats, roachlng to the Insurrectos boastfully "Growing bolder, they crept farther and Kruger, and now he was holding may not turn out well. Tills does not nearly to the hem of the gown. done, It was said to be the quickest 16 the front tho rebels became disorthe fort way there was of drawing a Mexican disturb Elizabeth Ann in tho least, On navy and black utility coats, colganized, their men became mutinous It had been a close shave, but he however. It docs not seem sons! lars of changeablo taffeta or broad and at last when they saw they would had escaped the cowardly assassins bullet But to be a Texan was differbio thai Elizabeth Ann should do stripes are used to give a little color. surely be taken, the leaders burled and had Aragon ln bis power. Not by ent somehow the very name suggestrrlnted vollo appears in so many de this, but slio Is going to do it Just two tons ot dynamite In tho trenches any force of law, but by the force ot ed trouble to tbelr minds and an Alamo fight to the death. Hooker saw signs and the combination ot colors la and set a ,tlme-fusby the bull-rintho samo. Hor brother puts it this so fear and the gnawing weakness ot Ara- that he had made an Improsslon, and alluring eve;y woman will surely to explode when the Yaquls arrived. gon's own evil conscience. way to hor: he was not slow to follow It up. want a blouse of this material. "The word spread through the town Aragon was afraid ot what he bad give n whoop for in 'I don't "If you need said Tho latest blouses are extremely like wildfire all .the people, all the jone( BUt jt WM u,a mzpense which the general, "let a horse," he up to stances. Tho fact remains that simple in line. Tucks, bands of in your man go that Midlers fled ever which way to OS- - rendered him ao nltlahla. On a da arroyo and he will find one hobbled on you'ro going to leave us all, and go sertion, frills and rows of hemstitch cape uuu luuii, tvueu uie wurai wu ho had sent four armed Mexicans Speed Was What Was Needed. streaking od to tho ends of tho ing are the varieties of trimming moat expected to happen, the dynamite to kill this Texan not one had re- the flat Then give me your receipt two hundred dollars gold and I earth with that visionary cub. favored. Ceiled to explode and the Yaquls turned and the Texan regarded him for daughter' and, with the memory of will contribute a saddle." Shirt waists of white organdie, to rushed the trenches at sundown." or sneeringly. This It was that broke Yo,u 11 Pul "P wllh al P It was a reasonable concession, un- Oracla tn hi. mind. Bud sent his horse- Vatlons, and HOVOr TOallZO llQW mis which aro attached men's waistcoats J01d those yaquls know about the the Spaniard's will, for he know not der the circumstances, and. best of all. ulunain down th rldv In warn thfttn ot white pque. dxiuunlte?" Inulred Bud. what to think. But as for Bud, he lay erablo you arc, Just becauso you waist line and with pockets at the before It was too late. general's flat silver buttons, are repeated Don Juan, waving oa his back by the doorway and It saved thewith which face. The hid "Know?" There were somi brush fences to be think ho'a tho wholo thing. Worse. a novelty that deserves attention. eous frown he had regard' the) thought away; "not a word! Their laughed at the funny page. Jumped, but Copper Bottom took them you'll keop right on thinking ho's ed the American changed suddenly to As he sprawled there at his reading, a look of pompous pride. He commanders kept It from them, even Jerked flying, and as they cut Into the river tho wholo thing. You'll shut your With Shepherd' Checks. setter they discovered the mine. And Amlgo came In from the hills, and be, an Imperious s splash, oyes to his falluroa, you'll gloat head at his ragged re-- trail he made the A smart frock Is the Indians are asking .boast; too, was content to relax. Gravely uuner ana arew bow nui receioi-Boo"uu over his successes, you'll stick hv bodice pf velvet in made with a loose torin shepherd's checks ...... J thfLT are drunk with the thought ot scanning the colored sheet, his dark will. I ivittM ....... M v . - t m DMni .ninnlnp fYir mvw I.him like gluo. And " i.. w must be In .sight . kivi uwuhii, no matter how of black and brown. There is a skirt taelr valor and claim that the .rebels fac lighted up. hurrects ap-he waited for the horse tough a life you must face in that with a deep facing of the velvet, over etois from them alone. u was all very peaceful and pleas-- While turned upon his snooping tomen 2& y nlll- he wilderness, you'll bluff It out and which hangs a long, gathered tunlo road master cams Into town a&t but It was not destined to last (To be continued) ad drove them to their mounU with velocipede and said. protend you love It. I know you.'" of chiffon banded at the bottom with tall H?Wr'ln. curse.- - Bvldentlx It. VM USLlUlKure three strips of the velvet r- r niA.( na.u hi. in w r ui .u. mai. mu. .i r nrc insuncrauio, mink nu maiu . inn i .t inquis batttor cried porUy Don Juan, dellsht - Ing that it was their renown ns nht a from listener. "Agua ere nnd not tho news of tho dynaralta od to - wnr- -I cr AAI. llUinnc UllUjUfc unmn OLtUb.O. , (andle """"i" hn i d bo-c- dog-gonee camp-followe- r e mine-owner- one-ma- false-hearte- Is-e- half-ornha- good-will- I ro I hard-drive- fan-cle- s, !) s For-tun- botcl-keepo- eii-lc- r 1 ro-eh- pot-shot- s Itr-.i7- y can-tlna- s, Lion-Tame- r," ns ' -- Y. I "" be-pe-ar 1 I I 1 .''H, Onlober 2!), I0M. TUB GITIZHN Page Seven. i driven off In the steam If they aro boiled rapidly or cooked too long. An easily prepared and cheap soup Is mndo ns follows: Place somo bones, cooked or uncooked, In a pot with an onion, two carrots nnd two sliced turnips, two stalks of parsley, a llttla pepper and salt, and pour In sufficient water to Just cover them all. nrlng this all Just to a boll, then draw tho pan to tho sldo of tho fire, and let the contents simmer for two to three hours. Now cook and blend an ounco of dripping and ounce of flour. Slrnln the liquor on to this, stirring well. Thon put all back on to tho fire and simmer for fifteen minutes, and serve. To make an Inexpensive vegetable soup sllco down half a carrot, half a turnip and one onion and fry them In f an ounco of clarified dripVERSE TOR THIS WEEK ping for flvo minutes; then lift them out, mako tho fat hot ngaln and fry 0 power lo do; 0 baffled will I In It f nn ounce of flour until 0 prayer and notion I yo nro one. a brown color. Take the pan from mny not strive, may yet fut 111 the fire, add ono and Who t pints of stock, stirring over tho fire until It Tho harder task of standing still, And good but wished with God is bolls and Is smooth, then put In tho vegetables, a bunch of herbs and a o done. salt, and -- J. 0. Wblttlcr. vegetables let all simmer until the aro tender. Lift out tho bunch of herbs and serve tho soup. This Is a good onion soup: Peel and cut up rather small three onions and cook them In two ounces of dripping In a covered pan for ono hour until tender, then moisten with one and a half pints of hot water In which a cauliflower or beans hare been cooked or even plain waHut for Home troubta nJ aorrow, ws ter. Add some slices of bread cut nliouM nrvrr know half tl'O good there la about us. diagonally and season with pepper salt. Cover the pan again and rofrty hna Its whlmi and ahowa of and tho contents simmer for at least let aa wraith lia. Dlckina. an hour. Crush tho onions through a slevo and Just before serving graduIDEAL SCHOOL LUNCHEON. ally add a tablespoonful of grated Ideals nro llko atari, we may not checso, stirring rapidly Into the soup o roach them, but thejr guides. to blend. A good luncheon for any child U Epicurean Croquettes. ono which Is easy Soak a finnan haddle ono hour, usto digest, so that ing milk and water In equal parts to when ho rocs back corer, then put la oven and let stand to study tho brain for 30 minutes; drain and separate will bo ready to ac- Into flakes. There should be ono and complish Its work. cupfuls. Cook one Tho most popu of chopped shallot, two lar klndcrcarten luncheon Is fruit. A each of chopped green and dainty sandwich of home-madbread red peppers In three tablespoonfuls of with a filling of sliced bananas and nuU butter five minutes, add of a meats, with on orange. Is a most satis- cupful of flour and one cupful of milk. fying and delicious luncheon. f Other Stir In flnnan haddle, add combinations of sandwich filling aro of salt, tea spoonchopped dates, with an applo to cat ful of paprika and a few grains of dod- with tho sandwich. Fig and walnut I per. Cool, shape, crumb and fry. sandwich with n pear, or a bunch of grapes with a Jelly sandwich. Theso Pickled Fish. may bo glvet In rotation, so that there Cut tho fish up Into convenient o need be no monotony. A fetching pieces, rub them well with salt, and basket will help a great deal In tho let them Ho for a few hours. Then plcasuro of a lunch. Oranges may bo put In a pan with water to cover them peeled and each section wrapped In and bring to a boll. When boiling paper. Tears and apples may bo move the kettlo back where they will corod and put together with tooth-pick- , boll slowly from tbreo to Ave minutes, Alt sandwiches should bo like- but not longer, or tho bits will fall to wise wrapped In oiled paper. pieces. Lift tho pieces out carefully If proper attention Is given to com- and pack them In a crock, putting a bining a sweet sandwich with a sour thin Inyer of sliced onions between fruit and a sweet fruit with a sour each layer of flsh, and while still hot sandwich, candy will not bo so much pour cold spiced vinegar over to covcraved. A little candy at tho end of a er them. meal Is all right, but It should never bo eaten first. Sour Milk Johnny Cake. Two tablespoonfuls of butter and A generous pleco of candy after tho noon meal will generally satisfy tho ono cupful of flour mixed with ono natural dcslro of every child for cupful of cornmcal; add halt a cupful of sugar, halt a teaspoonful of baking sweets. When sweet fruits are not to bo powder and half a teaspoonful of salt, n served, cookies and gingerbread will one cupful of sour milk, and two eggs. Turn tho mixture Into tako their placo. A sandwich filling of pan and bako In a hot peanuts and mayonnalso a chopped dressing will bo a good ono to accom- oven. Sour cream may bo substituted for sour milk. pany tho cako. For tho older boy or girl who canMarguerites. not go homo for tho noon meal a greatWhites of three eggs, one quart of er variety and moro substantial food of peanuts (In shell), ono teaspoonful vashould bo served. Sandwiches, or two cupfuls courso, may bo so filling and of such nilla, ono and ono-haa variety that ono need not fear a lack powdered sugar; beat whites of eggs very stiff, chop peanuts rather fine; of variety. On cold days moro sugar and fats mix all together and drop on saltine In oven. should bo served. In warm weather crackers, brown lightly lemonado and grape Julco aro better About Kid Qloves. drinks than hot milk or cocoa. A cako Always powder tho of maplo sugar or n squaro of milk gloves before wearing lnsldo ofasnew It them, chocotato la far better for any child makes them easier to slip on. It also plo or rich cake. than prevents tho dye of colored ones from one-hals f three-fourthone-halono-halone-hallit-tlgood-sized IN THE HOME Children's Column BITTERNESS WITH JOY PERFUMES 8WEETNE8S SIXDOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door OF FLOWERS. "How (iweet thiw flower smcllf you miy un ynti hold them up for yntir plnynuitert to Inlmle Hit' deHeine odor. Then yoil Hike them home and pill .them In water, mid all day louit thoxe flower ronthiiie to llll the riHim with their perfume. SometliltiK nitiKt leave the flower to mnke thin odor, yet the flower doe not seem to get miy Himiller. It must give otT something of Itxelf to the nlriiround It or you lotild not miieM It. The iierfunii1 of the llowcr come from what we rnll n volatile oil that Is, on nil Unit will oviipornte If It 1m exposed to the air. Some oils do not evnpornte easily, and you might leave a drop of Hewing machine oil on n piece nnd find It there clnys nnd of gin ALWAYS IN THE COMING AND DEPARTING. Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- g Missives From Absent Children 8erve to Gladden Mother Who Must for a Time Be Parted From Those She Loves, Trnlning that adds to your general education. FOR YOUNG MEN-Agrlculture, power, combined witk cial. FOR YOUNG Carpentry, Printing, Commer- tat. nro-fln- three-fourth- s table-spoonf- ul table-spoonfu- ls e one-thir- one-hal- one-fourt- lit-tl- , s. well-beate- d lf staining the hands. SOUPS EASY TO MAKE ECONOMICAL AND PALATABLE ADDITIONS TO THE MENU. Enable Housewife to Utlllxe Leftover Materials Which Could Not Do Otherwise Employed Three of the Dett Recipes. Prices of foodstuffs aro keeping wonderfully normal, but It behooves tho bousokcepor In theso uncertain times to learn to make tho vory best uso of tho Buppllea which sho obtains, bo that she can supply nutritious meals at tho lowest posalulo cost. 8oups provide a great deal of nutrition, and In making them cooked bonos, whother of meat or flsh, make a really good basis for tho stock, while tho water In which vegetables have been cookod Is also excellent for Boups. Into tho stock pot can go nil meat trimmings, bones, carcasses and giblets of poultry nnd game, all rinds ni'd trimmings of tonguo. 1mm nnd bacon, all liquids In which meat or vegetables havo been cooked and all drippings of vegetables. All theso should be properly trim-morinsed and put Into tho stock pot. Blmmor, but do not boll tho eoup. Ten minutes' rapid boiling will cloud a kettlcful of soup. l)o not add the vegetables until the last hour of cooklug. The dellcato flavoring of both, moats, and. vegetables is easily Influenco of tho Mind on tho Body In Iho September Woman's Home Companion Ralph Waldo Trine, writing an article entitled "What After Youth?" Is Youth? What shows ns follows tho powerful of tho mind on tho body: "A man is handed a telegram. Ho is eating and enjoying his dinner. Ho reads tho contents of the message. Almost Immediately afhis terward, his body is face either reddens or grows 'ashy white,' his appetilo is gone; such is the effect of the mind upon the stomach that it literally refuses the food; ir forced upon it, it may reject it entirely. " A message is delivered to n lady. Sho is in a genial, happy mood. Her face whitens; she trembles and her body falls lo Iho ground in a faint, helpless, apparently temporarily lifeless. Such aro the intimato belween the mind and body. "Ureal stress, or anxiety, or fear, may in two weeks' or oven in two days' time, so work ils ravages that I he person looks ten years or even twenty years older. A person has been long givuu lo worry, or perhaps to worry in oxlrenio form though not so long; a case of indigestion and general stomach trouble, with a generally lowered and sluggish vitality bus become pronouced and fixed. well-ilelln- chick has gonol" Mrs. Cambury opened tho long win dow and walked out on the terrace. Yesterday morning "Pat" had stood there by her sldo Patricia, tho youngest, the last to leavo tho old homo. Today tho wedding bustle wnsover and the house was empty. Mrs. Cam-- 1 bury shaded her eyes with her hand and looked down Into the rambling garden. Even more than tha house, It brought her boys and girls back before her. Now they belonged to the world nnd Bho was alone. Into her heart camo tho bitterness of motherhood days afterward. The most common of the volatile oils the having and tho losing. "Miss Pat told me to glvo you this Is turpentine, which come direct from you came down this morntrees. As thee oils ore continually na soon as the nlr the xupply must lie ing," nald Martha, the maid. Her eyes pawing Into the You enn smell saw tho tear her mistress wiped away continually renewed. turpentine or benzine Instantly If It 1m hastily. "Poor dear, I don't wonder!" sho left open In a room, and In a short time It will nil disappear or evnpornte. thought. "The.ro never was a finer sot nnd n glasK of benzine would soon be of boys and girls." Sho put Patricia's letter In the band empty, ns It would nil co off In xtnell. You cannot smell sewing machine oil that Mrs. Cambury held out, eagerly. unless you put It very close to your "Dearest Mother," tho letter ran, "I can't help going, hecaueo of Edwin; nose. The flowers thnt give perfumes to the but I shall not forget ono of tho things air are continually renewing their sup- you've lived to teach us, and I'll try ply of volatile oil, which Is very use- to make a homo for Edwin as sweet as ful to the plant In two ways. In the tho homo you'vo mado for us." The postman's knock broke In. first place tho odor kills the tiny mi"Three letters," Martha announced, crobes that nttnek the llorfcr nnd would otherwise destroy It. and In the second with tho freedom of long service. "And place the delicate perfume attracts In- I wonder whether they didn't do It sho muttered, as she went sects that curry tho pollen from ono back to tho kitchen. Sho knew tho flower to the other. ' It Is the (lower thnt turns to seed and handwriting on every ono of tho threo. Mrs. Cambury's face flushed with tho seed that falls to the ground nnd produces, other (lowers In due time, hut pleasure. They had all written, the In ninny flowers these needs require children who had gone away from her. something from imother flower to mnke From a mission station in India, them grow, nnd this something Is Ralph wrote: "I wonder whether you brought to them by various Insects thnt are exulting today over tho fact that fly about, attracted by the brilliant colthcro will be one moro center from which your Influenco will spread out, ors of the (lower and their olor. Some (lowers have no perfume or a or whether Pat's departuro seems disagreeable one. nnd these do not re- nothing but tho chipping off of anothquire the service of Insects. Some of er bit of tho perfect homo Ufa. Did I the smallest flowers, which nro dlfllcu't ever tell you no, I know I have not to find and might be overlooked, bate that tho six little lads In our orphan-ag- o look forward to the 'unllghtcd a very attractive perfume, which Induces the Insects to hutit them up. The hour' Just as eagerly aa wo did at violet Is one of theso modest little ones, home? I think they get nearer to mo, ami Its perfume Is among the most and I to them, in those talks In the delicate of nil. dimness. That 'unllghted hour,' when So you mi' the odor of tho flowers you gave yourself to us entirely, was you like so much Is not entirely always tbo best la the whole day. It that I for your htment There nre inllllotuLof Is not given up, dear. It has taken tiny Insects In the world that enjoy tt root out hero in India." Maggie, tho young mother, sent a Just ns uincli as you do, u'j'l even ir their noses nre very' small coinimrcd comical little story of her babies, nod to yours they know u good thing wheu of nursery difficulties. they smell It. "Thanks to your training, I can afford to laugh," sho said. "There Is no emergency In my nursery that I canHow the Pony Got Shod. Hilly was u line pony, brought from not meeL Half a fezen mothers round Shetland for n Utile hoy to ride to mid here, who envy me my Independence, from school, ns the distance was too aro learning from me. So you sea great to walk. When Hilly first :anio your Influenco does not stop with my babies, but bids fair to go on Indefho was barefoot, and when he began his dally Journeys ho was shod for tho initely." first time. From a school In the West, Rupert The blacksmith who put on the shoes wrote: "I can never thank you lived quite a long distance from Billy's enougb for your boundless patience home, nnd the pony had never been with and faith In a certain trying boy. over the road but on the day he went Optimism, caught from you, cheers to be shod. A few weeks nffer the and encourages my pupils." blacksmith saw Hilly, without halter Mrs. Cambury looked up. or bridle, coming up the rond toward "It 1b very bitter, and very sweet, to be a mother," eho sold. Youth's the shop. Thinking the pony hnd strayed away, Companion. the blacksmith turned him round and threw stones at him to make blin go Her Art Not Appreciated. back toward home. Varnishing: day at tho Royal academy pony trotted off. hut the black-smit- 1 always an Important The and Interesting hnd only fairly got to work agulu function. Canvases and panels that when he heard n uoNe. nnd, looUlug bavo been thirsty enough to absorb up. there stood Hilly at the door. tho oil from tho whole or portions of This time, before drivlug him away, tho pictures painted upon them havo the blacksmith took n look at his feet onco more tbo luster of their first nnd found thnt Hilly hnd lost n shoe painting restored by these lie nt once made u new one nnd put It on nnd then waited to see what Ullly o Members of tho year's hanging would do. aro always at hand on theso ocThe pony looked nt tho blacksmith casions to suggestions and for n moment ns If nsklng whether be complaints consider about their recent labors. wns done: then he pawed to see If the Tho chief complaint this year was by new shoe wns all right, gave n ncicli a lady who found her work had been for a "Thank you. Mr." nnd set off for hung horizontally Instead of vertically. home on n brisk trot. Ills master Unkind friends cautioned her that posknew nothing about the matter until sibly It bad been accepted on tho horinext day. zontal understanding. Egg and Fan Ftaca. Tills .s supposed to hen child's came, till- - pletnie mirth!1 "How nun ti but their elders have been known to linked the sttlciimin take part In It and And It amusing. Have n blown eggshell nnd a fan for "That dexinN." replied the dealer. each one of tho players. Chooso a cer- "How much Is the iniiii who wants to Star. tain Htiip of carpet for the rare course buy it nnd place the epghhells at the Ktnrtluc point. At n given slsunl all start for the gonl. each one propclllu:: his ludl vidua I shell by Judiciously fanning It, the fanners being on each Mile of the race course and not encroaching upon It. Of course the first one to reach the lroal Is the winner. Those blown "oil the track" lire out of the race. The iIicIIm should be dyed different colon r marked In some way mi that each tiayor may know his own egg. The last LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door General J Berea's Foundation School Education rot those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for mH ' rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Coarse For those who nro not expecting to teach and who are not going thru College, but desire more general education. This is Just the thing for those preparing for medcal studies or othor professions without a college course. It nhvi gics tho best general education for those who wish a good start in study and expect to carry It on bt themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect to tench. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their course of stady. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School" 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. Tie Academy is now Derea's largest department 6th Door Berea College Qu )stions Answered This Is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with its affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g li.stitutlon. It requires certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit' of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extrm charge. All except those with parents in Berea live In College buildings, and many assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the vkue of their labor. Except ra winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their' expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for doming, laundry, postage, booka, etc, vary with different. people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THB STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniform., umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cosL The Coll ge asks no rest for the line buildings in which stufents live, charging only enough rooia rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffco or extras, f 1.35 a week, in the fall, and $150 in winter for furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc This is paid but once, and k returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of aekoel buildings, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers-j-al- l our instruction la a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a terra; in Academy and Normal $4.90 aa4 17.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM Incidental Fee Room VOCATIONAL AltD FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AMD NORMAL $ 6.00 5.60 h f 6.00 7.00 ODIUSI Board 7 weeks f 7.8 7.00 MS $23.4 9.41 9S2JA, Amount due Sept 10, 1014... Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 4, 1914 Total for term Incidental Fee Kconi 9.48 $20.05 $29.60 Ml 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 pick-me-up- WINTER TERM Board 6 weeks com-mlttc- $ 6.00 6.00 9.00 $ 6.00 $ 7.0tf 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 70 9,99 Amount due Jan. 6, 1915...'...'' $29.90 Board 0 weeks due Feb. 17, 1011 9.00 Total for term $29.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.29 'This laundry. does not Include the dollar deposit nor money for books or Special Expenses worth?"-Washing- ton adver Little Miss tised a reward for the return of her pet fox terrier on Tuesday. J On Wednesday she Stenography and Typewriting.... $14.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 14.00 Bookkeeping (regular course).... 7.00 Business course studies for students In other departments: Stenography 10.60' Typewriting, with one hour's use 7.00 of instrument Com. Law, Com. Qeog., Com. Fall Business. Winter $12.00 12.00 6.00 String f 10.00 10.00 5.00 Tctal $36.00 96.00 18.00 9.00 6.00 7.60 6.09 27.00 18.00 "Any type of thought that pre vails in our menial lives will in; timu produce Ils correspondences in our physical lives. As wo understand heller theso laws of correspondences, wo will bo more careful us to tho types or thoughts and emolions we consciously, or unwittingly, entertain and livo with. Tim great bulk of all diseases tire gcncruU'Q in tho body through certain stales and conditions of mind." recovered her own "Bouncer" and eight other dogs. QWant ads are Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 V.40 1.80 1.60 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $1J.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea if there is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Muny young people waste time In the public schools going over nnd over the same things, when they might be Improving much faster by coming to Ucrea and starting In on new studies vith some of the best young men und women from other counties and states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they sre above 15 years old, in good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Fall Term opened September 16, 1014. Hurry up I For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, able-bodie- d MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Pago Eight. THE CITIZEN Middlcshoro Thursday of last veck. Iva and Charllo Campbell, I who havo been very low wllli fov-jnro Improving. Because of somo coufvniences which tho about chango would bring, Mr. Cyrus Short nnd Prof. P. W. Wall tun changed schools. Mr. Short teaching the Clear Fork school of Colmar, and Prof, Wnlluni finishing tho school nt Linda. Mr. Gillis Turner leaves this afternoon for Middles boro on a business trip. Beginning tonight, Oct. 20, (hero will ho conducted a revival at tho Baptist Church. Tho revivnl will he conducted by Rov. W. T. Bobbins nnd others. Sunday School is progressing nicely hero being held at Colmar in the morning and at the Clear Fork school house In the afternoon. Mr. Ed Turner is planning to do somo assessing this week. I October 20, lo 1014 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else tit eompes4tMe piMftbtf ll et (or pfcllatloa, bt ukM tin trlJtsc Is ol t4 uitk. Ml ty tkt writer. WriU Tk lilly. urns MADISON COUNTY Carico Stanton, Oct. 2G.- -J. C. V. IkeSr--' ham spoko lo a largo crowd hero last week. Rev. L. F.' Martin and J. T. Adams nro holding a protract ed meeting at North Bend about mile north of Slanlon. Gus Frnz- ier and John Chanly who are working in Breathitt county relumed homo for a few days. About 25 moonlight schools opened In Powell county last Monday with a largo at Sulphur Springs Big Hill tendance. Tho Senior class of Stanton College gave a lino rendition Dig Hill," Oct. 20. A series of Sulphur Springs. Ocl. 21. Dr. Gray Hawk of Macbeth last Friday night in the meetings arc being held at Narrow ink' llio Gray Hawk, Oct. 20. We arc hav- College chapel lo a full house. A Gibson of Leroso was visit Many Gap, by flew Johnson and wife. sick at tills place this week. Sunday .school is progresing nicely ing lots of wet weather and corn large crowd of young people went from here attended the Sunday t at this place. Martha Lucas gave i moulding and rolled in tic shock. from here to an oyster supper at School Convention at Lower Buffalo Tho Rev. Johnson preached at Clay City last Saturday night. bean hulling last week which all last Sunday. The Saints havo just enjoyed, and she got all her beans Gray Hawk Saturday night also closed a successful meeting at Le Clay City Sunday. His appointment is always Wo are sorry to hear of hulled. was at Clay City, Oct. 20. Mrs. Cora Wil roso. Arch Brandenburg the fourth Sunday. The Baptists Mrs. Tipton Cliasleen being sick, hut home for a short visit from his aro planning to build them a church son Stewart who has conducted thc glad to bear she is better. Nannie Johnson is going to have a pie sup- house at Gray Hawk in tho near fu per at Log Cabin school house next ture. There will be three church Friday night. All come. Tho pie houses here Methodist, Missionary supper at Bob Town was quite a Baptist and Dutch Reform. Mr. W. R. Engle, our hustling merchant, succcs. has just been down in the Blue A LOFTIER RACE SHALL RISE Grass section looking out a location. Coyle Mr. A. I. Pruiett is building a now These things shall he: A loftier race Coyle, Oct. 25. We aro having Than e'er the world hath known shall riso ' very nice weather for this lime of warm house. Mr. James Brumbaeh With Maine of freedom in their souls the year. Cutting corn is all the go. has bought the Uncle Georgo RobinAnd light of knowledge in their eyes. Candas and Neltyc Powell were son farm. Ho is building a fine- new They shall be gentle, bravo and strong barn. shopping in Richmond Friday. Miss To spill no drop of blood, but dare Ethel B. Todd who has been in Co-- 1 All that may plant man's lordship firm, CLAY COUNTY Ohio, for tho past two years lumbus, On earth, and lire, and sea and nir. Burning Springs returned home last week. John Nation with nation, land with land. Black purchased threo calves from Burning Springs, Oct. 22. Mr. D. Unarmed shall live with comrades free; J. Powell for $123. Mr. and Mrs. S. Holley of Richmond, Ind., has In every hoarl and brain shall throb Willie Adams were in Richmond gone to Michigan as shipping agent The pulse of one fraternity. Saturday. for tho potatoo growers. Mr. HolNew arts shall bloom of loftier mold. Dreyfus ley has been here for three months And mightier music thrill the skies, And every life shall be a song assisting the farmers in organizing Dreyfus, Oct. 20. Wo aro having a canning When all the earth is paradise. factory and a fruit growa .scries of meetings conducted by ers association. Mrs. Fayette Raw-linThere shall be no more sin, no shame, tho Ilevs. Childers and Cornelison Though pain and passion slow may die; has been sulTcring from heart at tho Baptist Church this week. failure of late. Mr. Steve Clarkston For man shall he at one with God Corn is damaging in this part con- has sold his farm to Miss Haagan In bonds of ilrm necessity. John Addington Symonds. siderable. Tobacco has been dam- and will engage in the mercantile aged by the late rains. Leonard business at Sidell.-- Mr. E. W. HubSparks charged with tho killing of bard has recently completed a very Wade Herd stands indicted and trial good barn that will keep his stock set for Wednesday, 28th. James warm and dry. Mr. W. H. Cannack Lunsford, who has been holding a rereturned from Ohio last night with vival at Fox lias returned homo anJ his family. His son Grant is very reports thirty additions. Mayfro low with typhoid fever. Lucy, tli3 Teachers' Institute at Stanton last work at Quicksand. Thurman and Azbill, tho daughter of C. M. Azbill, Daniel Brandenburg were at Mt. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rice, week visited Iter sister, Mrs. has been very low with fever but last Friday. Doc Phillips Sterling on business Monday. Tho writes from Illinois that she has reis now improving. Mr. Frank Jones cently married. A largo crowd made a business trip to Winchester election is beginning to receivo has bought a picco of land oft tho gathered to in tho chapel last Tuesday last week. Mrs. J. W. Williams muoh attention. Wilson appears Curt Bongo place on the Berk Road night to of this section. the hear tho many good things made a business trip to Lexington havo John favorLangloy, member of and will build on same. Corn is ratHon. W. Mr. Reynolds of Tyner, Jackson Co., last week. Mr. Win. Medlock and ed at $3.23 per barrel. Congress, is making campaigning had lo tell them about agriculture daughter left for Jackson Monday. speeches throughout the county. Kingston and other things. He interested a Vaughns Mill Sunday school seems lo bo growing. Kingston, Och. 20. Dr. Clarence number of tho boys in uniting with Vaughns Mill, Oct. 22. This year's Several from hero attended tho D. Hawkins of Richmond, formerly tho corn growers club. Much in- corn crop proves lo bo the best pro- speaking at Boonevillo last week, of Indiana, has located in Kingston. terest thru tho county Is being duced in this valley (Hardwick's C. W. Beckham being the speaker. by him for better farms, Creek) in llio pasl ten years, and tho J. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Hamilton of Joel Cephas Brandenburg is doing slock, etc. A son of Mr. Cowan of prices aro holding good around 3.00 Speedwell. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Man-i'oquite a lot of carpenter work for of Big Hill, were guests at the Samuel Creek met with a horrible per bbl. Cattle sales at Mt.Sterling James S. Brandenburg of Lower accident whilo grinding cane. Tho Court, Monday, October 10, were homo of Mr. M. B. Flannery Sunday. Buffalo. Mr. Willio Parks and family of boy's head was crushed by tho heavy dull. Several of our traders brought GARRARD COUNTY beam causing almost instant death. their cattle back. Mr. and Mrs. S. Richmond visited Mr. and Mrs. Curt Paint Lick beMuch sympathy is felt for tho G. Baker aro rejoicing over their Parks Sunday. Paint Lick. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar reaved family. moonlight new born girl Saturday night, Oct. Our Shockley aro rejoicing over tho arJACKSON COUNTY schools will soon hold another ses- 17tli. Powell county Institute was sion for tho benefit of those inter- in session Inst week conducted by rival of a little girl, Mary Elizabeth. Sand Gap Misses Pearl and Clara Hudson Sand Cap, Oct. 20. Cutting corn, ested in education. The teachers Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, tho great gave a social Saturday night. Miss hope to have all able lo read and "moonlight school" saving fodder and making sorghum organizer of Sallie Ogg, who was operated on at is tho order of tho day. David Dur- writo this school year. Rowon Co. Sho has mado somo Berea Hospital by Dr. Robinson ham, our new merchant, has a new to good start the nearly two weeks ago, is doing efforts ROCKCASTLE COUNTY supply' of goods. Undo Henry Cook, Pow"moonlight" spirit ii reasonably well and will bo homo Disputanta who has been sick for some time, Swan-Da- y Lumber Co's in a very few days. Mrs. Hensley, Disputanla, Oct. 25. The series of ell. Tho is improving. Saturday was generstore at Clay City, K was broken who has pellagra is much improved al law day here; nnd Magistrate, M. meetings closed at Clear Creek with- - into and several tilings missing but thanks to Dr. Botkins. Harvey out any additions to the church. "stand-around- ." H. Smith, mado (ho boys Henry Abney who has been on tho not to any great loss. Tho infant James is baling hay when the School at tills placo is prochild of Kiscr Lnrison died Tuesday, weather permits. So much rain is gressing nicely, with an average of sick list is nblo lo bo out again. C. Ocl. 20. It was buried Wednesday damaging corn considerably. Mrn. C. Thomas returned from Coxlon, about sixty. Rev. G. P. Hacker is in tho Kennon cemetery. Serena Ogg nnd Mrs. Charlie Andconducting meeting at Knob this Harlan County, whero lie has been erson attended tho funeral and burOWSLEY COUNTY Ho will preach nl this placo working in tho mines. Several of week. ial of Mrs. Sallio Cornelison last tho boys from around hero who Cow Creek on his return home. Dr. Martin adWednesday at Berea. Cow Creek, Oct. 23. Tho farm-nr- s dressed a largo audience at this have been culling corn in tho Bluo aro through saving fodder BELL COUNTY iust. Ho gave a Grass liuvo returned. Messrs. Jas. , place, tho lllli, w sowing wheat and making molasses. splendid talk on health, agriculture, Shearer and Oscar Thomas went Colmar lo cut corn tho first of this -- R. W. Winter was called to education, etc. Ho thinks brains Cohnar, Oct. I'd. Tho Misses Elsio Boonevillo Tuesday evening lo sen Jones and Leila Casllo mado u trip ore tho best fertilizer and doctor. week. Undo Riddle Durham, mail carRockford rier, from Sand Gap, to McKeo beRockford, Oct. 25. Wo havo had came excited about tho war a, few somo heavy rains in tills section of days ago and forgot his mail pockets, the country with very high waters If you want a Galvanized Roof that docs leaving them at McKee. Howover, tho mail being delayed by same. ho missed thorn before ho arrived Mr. Grover Thomas was in Rocknot have to be painted be sure and get hero nnd went in search of them. ford today with oilier friends. II. the right kind of Galvanized Roofing. Jesse Durham has returned from K. Hullou was on tho sick list this Hamilton, Ohio. Mrs. Dr. Settle week, but is able lo bo out nuain. Our Material and Workmanship are who went to tho hospital at Berea J. J. Martin is building a coal and fcometimo ago is at homo again. Her wood house. This is what every Guaranteed. many friends aro glad to see her in farmer needs. Farmors havo been much better health. Tho Brockman very much delayed in wheat sow HENRY LENGFELLNER brothers, William and George, havo ing on account of the heavy rain. Phone 7 or 187 returned from their trip of recrea- Corn seems lo bo damau nir very Ky. Tkithop on Jackson Street, tion, looking much improved. badly. Tho Macedonia Sunday 1 rot-tcni- ng gs o, us bo-lo- Blue Lick Uluo Lick, Oct. 2(5 Several of the young folks from this vicinity attcmleii llio pic supper at Iiobtown Saturday evening. Ml9s Florence Mitchell, who has been quile sick, is Tho Uluc nblo to be out again. Lick base ball team played the last game of the season at Johnson'i park with While Station, Saturday afternoon. The score stood 7 to 0 at tho finish in favor of llltto Lick. W. J. Tisdale Is repairing tho old store house and will go in to the All grocery business presently. members of the Dine Lick base ball club be at Ogg's Studio next Saturday afternoon at one o'clock with uniforms. Croquet seems to be tho leading game around the springs Vestcr Evans with two or now. three immediate- friends motored over to Lexington last Thursday. Everybody is looking forward to tho opening of the hunting season. Carico, Oct. 20. Dro. James Luns ford failed to fill his regular ap poinlmcnt last Sunday at Flat Top. There was a large crowd disappointed. Mr. M. J. Reynolds is in this vicinity taking pictures nnd is getting much work. Mr. Fritzhugh of Wilhnoro is hero on n vacation and fishing expediton. Mr. Sam Roberts caught a fine fish last week. Mr. John Shelton is no better at this writing. Mr. .A. J. Simpson was running out land for S. R. Roberts and John Summers last Saturday. Mr. Arte McDanicl is planning to move to Rockcastlo County soon. Uncle Gilbert is hero on a fishing exhibition and is sick and not able to llsh any. Mr. Ed Roberts caught Mrs". a fine string of fish Saturday. Lucinda Crady is expected from Louisville this week. Mr. Charley Hays has come from tho U. S. nrmy. -r- .Mr. Hiram Glass is building a lino barn for J. W. Angle. People aro complaining about their corn very badly. Don't say Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zaring's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. School had a Children's Day, October 25, and it is reported all had a good time. C. N. Todd was at Dad-di- n Todds last week to get n load of apples. Daddio Todd sells apples rain or shine. It looks llko everybody would subscribe for Tho Citizen. POWELL COUNTY Stanton er his mother who is very III. Miss Mary Kversolo is Improving from nu attack of typhoid. Bent Rey nolds lias moved lo his farm near Mauhlcn, Jackson county. Raymond Davidson who is leaching on tho left hand fork on Cow Creek went homo last Friday at Mauldon. Ho was accompanied by Paul Gabbard. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Bchynier aro the parents of a lino baby girl. Sirs. Barbara Winter and Mrs. Valletta Gabbard went lo Booncsvjlie Wednesday lo see Mrs. Winter who is very ill Lucy Gubbard wrilcs from Berea that she is liking school splendidly. J. W. Langloy, Rep.cnn-didat- o for Congress, spoko at Ricc-low- n today at 10:30 and at (his placo at 2:30 hi tho interest of his candidacy. ESTILL COUNTY Fitchburg Filchburg, Oct. 21. Mr. II. E. nnd Marcus Howell are making a business trip lo Reges. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Tipton entertained a number of( friends Friday nlghl. Mr. B. F. Chatuinn spent a few days in Louis- villo this week buying his fall goods. Iron Mound Iron Mound, Oct. 20. Mr. W. C. Moorgs is having a well drilled. Misses Beltio and Lora Skinner of Clark county have been spending Hie past two weeks witli their many friends and relatives here. J. T. Vaughn attended llio national fox races nt Winston last week. Alva Stephens sold his farm lo John Woosley for ?37P0. Misses Nannie Mae and Eva Harris gao n bean hulling lo their young friends Thursday night. Mrs. Delina Stone lias gone lo Richmond to undergo an operation. LEE COUNTY gSSpsfl. For Every Baking calumet BAKING POWDER Best it1 Best becnusc it makes every bilking light, Huffy mid evenly raised. Best becnusc it is moderate in cost highest in quality. At your grocers. fails. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS because it never 'sthc purest. Best because Trilby Trilby, Ocl. 20. Sorghuin-mnk- - ing is nil tho go now in litis vicinity. Rov. Win. Kondrick llllr.l his regular appointment at Grays el Sunday. Chap- Mr. J. H. Farmer has gone down in Taylor and Garrard County's this week on business. There will bo service at Grays Chapel the third Sunday in every mouth. MAP III illst- - lit Villi Wotr. r.. fj rr. SHOWS PLAN REDIVISI0N OF FOR EUROPE. I T Wt mt. mn U r1T'k.1''-"- " It. I I l.Wtac fin. lWlh.Bi.fc4. CJi. I kl ..t.U.. inn UriMfcg an S Clw U l.t ftM I. M f -- It Purport to Rcprattnt Kaittr1 and Allies Intentions In Cse of Victory. Says u London liiilty Tclcuraph cur iVNMuii.'iit lu n ilHpiittli rmiii Hotter ilinu. "A friend. Just from llerlln. has brought Illicit u limp which explain In u M)piilnr manner . hut tlie (iiTiumi menu Kuropc should In; like In tin- - fu tore mill how the i,niuins believe the allies intend Uurop Mull lit- - changed "It will lie ueu tu the pisiplc of Scotland uiul I rein ml tliut their Coun tries are apparently to lie left alone, but Kncland Ik to lie pushed lutu lvun u it nnd Cornwall. France Is to ex feinted Alsace, and Lorraine dlsap pears, uiul d'eriuiuiy inKT ends Just beyond tU. Petersburg. "llussla will consist of some swamps to tlie north, nil the southern plains of tin. great empire of the czar Ik'Iiis; given either to Austria or funned Into u united Poland under (Senium protection." Printed on the reverse shin of this Imaginative map Is a fantastic outline of what home Ccriiuius think are ttie Intentions of the nl lies. Englishmen will bo pleased to learn their country Intends t scire the northern provinces of Cermany. Ineludliu' the Kiel canal, that they think of huiiillni; over the to Servln wliolu of a tid that after pushing westward of llusslu nnd eastward of I'm me, (Jcr tunny Is to he left n tiny little Kpot on the mnp Momewhero In the vicinity of Nuremberg. Ins-ninAiistrla-IIiinunr- Inc. nnd. second. It v. u I k .1 a larce fund used revenue to the Ui ' i fur tliu humane purpose of kccpli: down the nwful Jul) death levies from wounds unstained on the battlefield. The unci ess "f I lie Ited Cnwn ChrUt-n- i as stamps Is proof of what can b Fordone In this direction, ami Mr est has evinced much lntent In the proposal that the same Idea In- - employ ed, but nloiiK the lines snsrscstcd p serve those of nil nailolt- - ulm fall ot the llrins line 1 lib Ills Yes it';) The Cllicn Hint will tell you just what you oufttit lu know. It is one of tliu safest papers you can havo in your home. You do not read any tobacco or whiskey ada In our columns, because, wu do not stand for such. CINCINNATI Corn white MARKETS &fec. RED CROSS WAR STAMPS. Bre, Proposed For American Mad Goods to Aid Fund For Wounded. t Acknowledging tlie of n to Hwell tin Ited ("rosn fund for tho wnr'i wounded, made by nu eilltor of the Amerlean I'rcxn AhsocIii tlon, Itolx-r- t W Ho vice preHl dent of the American Ited Cross noddy, kiijh th" plau prnpu'fil has been submitted to Miss .Mabel T Itoardinaii. chairman of the executive cominltlce The Ited Cross of the organization recently sent u vessel carrying surgeons Mini nurses besides u com Cuttle Shippers JC.76W8; butchei plele hospital equipment to minister to stecis, extra $7.35ij7.05, good t the wounded In Hie great nriucri con choice JO. 50517. 25, common to fall heifers, extra 17W7.25 diet Irrespective of nnlliin Tlie inmie.v $5.2506.40; necessary t perform this great service good lo cholco IG.25OC.90, common U 5.756 to humanity was furthcoming from fair $t.50f(C; rows, extra Rood to cholco $5.2505.05, common t public subscription. lair f3&5; catiucrs $3ff4.25. The Men which has been proposed Hulls llolomia $5.75uG.10, extri to Increase this fund Is lo sell lo man $C.15i(0,25, fat bulls $0fc0.50. ilfactnrerH hi the I'nltcil Wales Ited Calves Extra $0.50, fair to koo and $C.50QL,25, common uud largo CnisH Mumps ls,irlng n red tlie popular trade slogan. "Made In OS. heavy Bhlppen Hoks Selected America." Ihece stump to be ntllvist $7.50jS7,55, kooiI to choice puckers an to nil American made retail iiieiclian $7.507,55; mixed packer! disc shipped by mail or parcel post m butchers 7.407.G0, Stan $4.25C35. extrs sold over the counter to the purchase! JG.404jG.50, common to cholco beavj who carries the goods home. light slilpperi 4.7&ifi7.05, fat tows As has been pointed out to Mr $0.8007,25, pigs (110 lbs and less) 4.75C.75. such a movement. If limuuu Shcop Kxtra $4.75, good to cholct rated and made nation wide In scope, $4,250)4.05, common to fair $2.6004.15 in certain to meet with eiilhiisns(i l.ambi Kxtra $7,75, good to cbolci It would nerve n twofoiil renMinu. $7.35P7.G5, common to fair $5.5007.25 purpose. First. It would vivo uier- liun culls $4.5005.25. low 7T&77VsC, No. 2 yellow 76477a No. i yellow 7W70c. No. i yellow 7il7.'.ViC No. 1 mixed 7GVj77c, Nu 2 mixed itiJtii'ic. No. 3 mixed 75 Vi f7tic. No. 4 mixed 7tU'75c, white 7D'dMc, jellow ear 7:iiu77c, mixed eul 74 4 "tic. 17.G0. No. 3 Hay No. 1 timothy timothy $15.75, No. 3 timothy J 13.500 1U.uOUUU5 14, No. 1 clover mixed No. 2 clover mixed 14.&U(i1d, clover $10. No. 2 clover 914. OatB No. 2 whlto 6u'(f51c, stand urd 50 50 Mi c. No. 3 white 4'JMiW50c No. 4 48ulUc, No. 2 mixed 48Q 48c, No. 3 mixed il'A&Uc, No. 4 mixed 4C,iiy47c. Wheat No. 2 red Jl.13GH.14. No. I red l.luirM2, No. 4 red $11.05. Poultry Hens, 4'4 lb and over 12',4c; under 4 Vi lbs, 11c; rooktem, 9c; uprliittem, over 1 Vi lb, 11c; 1 V4 lb un4 under, 15c; younn sprltiK ducks, i Ibi and over, 13c; vprlng ducki, over I Ion, 12c; ducks, white, under 3 lbs, 10c; colored, 15c; young turkeys, 8 Ibraui over, lnc; turkeys, toum, 15c; turkeys 'J lbs nml over, 15c; cull turkeys, 8a L'rks Prime firsts 2tic, firsts 24V&0 ordinary firsts 20c, seconds 18c. t-- 82!i3c. No. whlto 4 No. I white t3083Hc. No. No. 3 white 60i&81c, No. 1 mt el i Ml crs $4-- - JJ