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BOWMAN, AUat Mono Itut-nfl- n MnttnA al Bmo, JkV, iu wrnwf Devoted to tlio Interests of tlie Mountain People I'KIIKA, MADISON COUNTY, KKNTUCKY, NOVKMllEft 5, I0H. One Dollar a Year. The citizen IN OUA Knowledge is power tad the way to keep up will) modem knowlodge it to read, good newspapor. Vol. XVI. Klvo Ccnls n Copy. No. 10. The Corn Show Heron had n great corn show last Saturday. It was an immenso.advance on the corn show OWN STATE UNITED STATES NEWS Advantage of a United Front Cotton Twine Contract. Turkish Ambassador to "Tho Hnrrlson County (Kentucky) Itattnasler General Hurleson ha? ago. Not only was there a much greater crowd of peoEngland Given Passports. Farmers' .Union pooled tho wool of signed n contract with n South Caro-l- ls ple, hut the exhibits of this year were much more members this year and sold the lino firm for n ear's supply of fleeces (21,000 pounds) nt nn ton twine for the P. O. Department, numerous and much higher quality. estimated advnnlngo of 2 ccnls n This consists of a million and a half And the people who came wore serious and happy pound over what would liavo been pounds al 13 ccnls a pound. It is faces. They arc waking up to the idea that farming can received without, cooperation. A i estimated that there will bo a be made profitable. The farmer's life is the most pleasIrillo of $180 for tho interest- - ing of 42O.O0O tills year by subslltu-In- g ant life and the most healthful life, but we are only just nnd ngrecalilo Job of organiz- - ling cotton twine for tho juto twine finding out that there is money in the farm. committed on the night of tho 2ltli that has been exclusively used. No Postal Orders for Mexico Another pleasant feature of the corn show was the Horse Thief is Caught On the 30th temporary suspension A petty horse stealing was caught interest taken in it by the young people and every child. nioncy order business between up with nt Paris last Monday. Clay-- "r We expect to see great things done by the boys and Ion Jones aged about 20 was taken the! United States and Mexico was girls whose names will appear in another issue as prize into custody, confessing tlio Jiefl.. announced by postal officials. This BOTH REPORTING GAINS winners. Tho horse belonged lo Winlleld .order was to tho effect that no post Everybody went home to plan and work and bring Thomas, a farmer residing on 'Hco shall receive orders on Mcxi-th- o still better exhibits next year. Hurrah for the farmer! Iluckervlllo pike. Tho theft wag co or Py any from that country. Thfs order was issued at the request Fighting In Belgium and North Ing." Farm and Fireside or Mexico. It is thought to be on Large Cattle Shipment Ono of the largest shipments Frcnce Desparate. of account of the unsettled condition of cattlo from Winchester look pIaco,nffaIr9 In Mexico. believe these mellow autumn days that It is hard to Great Demand for Horses. Tuesday last. Monte Fox, employed we shall soon have wet weather, cold weather', dark days, It is reported from Passaic, N. J. KAISER by & Sulzberger Snhwarlzchild DIRECTING FORCES winter. bought 391 head in Clark nnd Mont- Oct. 31, that agents of the French Government aro wanting 4,000 horscj gomery Counties. Hut the uood Lord must have known what he was for the French army, The first shipFine Barn Burns. about in planning the winter. It is our business to plan German Ruler Appears at From A fine tobacco barn filled with six ment is to bo made in len days. to use it to the best advantage. head of horses were shipped teen acres of tobacco, hay and Im ITALY AND ENGLAND to viimulate Troops. In the first place, we must get ready for winter bring plcmcnts was totally destroyed by rron' New Orleans sold lo be of use in dry fire wood and plenty of it, batten the cracks in the tho French Army. Up lo date there flro near Yelvington, belonging to STANDING TOGETHER barn, repair the house and the bridge, and provide shoes Ottls Jackson. The flro was of un- - hnvc been nearly 5,000 horsesshipped Merlin, Nov. 3. In our attacks on Ypres further ground has been gained, known origin causing a loss of rrom Hint port. C.OOO artillery and mittens so that no child shall be kept out of school dies of the English typo are wanted and Mosslnes hns been occupied by and Sunday School as the winter comes on. s. In the lighting In tho Argonncs Their Common Interests MenMasked Outlaws Raid a Mining Town by n Chicago firm. This is said lo And then plan to have good times and profitable of an order that calls for some successful forward movements A band of 300 masked men raided ho a have been made and the enemy sufferwork in the winter. Subscribe for Tin; CITIZEN and buy aced By Turkey. Daniel Boone, a small mining town 20,000 full sets of artillery harness. ed severe losses. In tho eastern r some of the good books This Citizen has to sell, so that (ho night of the 2nd, whipping two. Why We Shall Not Have Real Hard the situation Is unchanged. Rusnegroes and posting a notico for nil you shall spend pleasant and profitable hours reading by sian attempts to break through near Times Vienna, Nov. 3. In Russian Poland Tzettkehnien failed. other negroes lo leavo at once. Tho In the November American Magtho Russian attacks on oar position the fireside after the sun has gone down. mob had disappeared before the azine appears a highly practical have been repulsed. Several hostile And plan work for the winter. There is forest work London, Nov. 3. From the North detachments were routod. The Russheriff and his posse arrived. and intensely interesting article enbe done in the winter time and the repair of harness to Belgium, sians aro bombarding CiernowlU, sea to the armies titled "How the War Has Opened a Franco AlsaceEngland are of Shooting at Paris having dis- which is being successfully defended and and farm implements, and there is the care of the stock Business Opportunity to America." tinctly the better of tho bard fighting. by our troops. In Servla our troops On the third insL Waller Iilylhc. and poultry. an employ of Clarence W. Wright, a The author is of the opinion that we The official reports show that the al- havo advanced, notwithstanding the And there must be a little work every week in keepyoung farmer near Paris on tho Lex- aro not in for hard times at least lies are making progress nil along the resistance of the Servians. Five mora has ing the roads good. It is a mistake to think we can do ington pike, was shot by the latter. not if we manage our affairs with lino and that tho German efforttwenty-f- places have been taken by us. In the past all of the road work 'in the Fall. A little work done The shooting was a result of a quar intelligence: On this point he says materially weakened our Rome, Nov. 3. It Is understood that hours. rcl over some trivial farm work.i'11 Pai"t when the mud hole starts is better than to leave the roads atOn to "'or course, wc can make hard tackedSunday tbo Gorman armies In Italy and Great Uritaln have agreed degavo himself up to tho of Wright desperately In Flanders, together for tho common to grow very bad; and if repairs are made right away we tlmcs out of anything. But there is northern France, along tho hilts of stand of their colonies In Africa If fleers and was let go under bond of fense shall have the benefit of them during the winter. $350.00. Blytho was taken to tho no nammi reason for it that I see; Champagne, and along- - the Meuse, but Turkey goes to war. The understandAnd the big thing to do in the winter is to think Massio Hospital whero an operation in fact, it's all in our favor. If man failed to break the allied line at any ing may becomo operative at 'any moufacturers, inventors, chemists, and point, and lonl ground In determined ment. over tind plan out the crops for the next year. When was undergone. Developments in the Turkish situascientillc experts generally all join counter attacks by General Joffre's is as good as the summer. rightly used winter Wets of Carrol County Get Left forces and study the problem, and troops. As formerly, the Increased vio- tion aro anxiously awaited. It is now Tho wets in their endeavor to con keep everybody loo busy to talk, wo lence of their offensive was useless. openly admitted that Turkey InterYesterday tho Germans were less ac- vention Ih bound to alter Italy's attiYou will note Mr. Spcnce's account test tho election for local option in CONTENTS tive between tho North sea and the tude. Italian Interests In north Africa, . .. of the IJerea Corn Show and Fair Carroll County was settled on tho . . Olse, and the allies moved forward along the Ited eea and In the Aegean 3rd by Judgo Lansing, who staled Health held al Korea last Saturday. Tho PAGE Why call on Yankee resourcefulness.'" slightly In Helgt'Jui, near Dtxmude. are ns gravely menaced as are Engnot gel more interested in (his en- thai upon careful investigation he Talented Young Who Die in Battle Master. Our Own Statu News Thero nre unofficial reports that tho land's. United Slates News. European terprise and lino up next year and lounu mat uie election uau peon allies havo cut communications with In government circles there is no In Magfairly held and that there were no azine the November American Eu- Ghent and Ostend; that Lille has been longer an attempt to deny that In War News. Terse Telegrams. mako it bigger than ever. Will Irwin, who went to grounds on which to sustain a con- rope Italy Is as much th.eatened by as special correspondent for taken from the Germans and that the Thero are many things to bo evacu Turkey as England Is In Egypt, while test. Saloons must close on Decemthe Yser PAGE 2. Annual Ilond Working. thankful for these days in our counthat publication, writes of tho Ger- left bank of Invaders. has Deen ated by the Somallland and Eritrea are surroundColumn Sunday try. Wo read the war news more as a ber 31st. Temperance man invasion of Belgium, of which ed by British possessions. Henoo It Is Allies' Stronger Position. Central University Is to Have a New lie personally saw much. In his deSchool Lesson. mailer of fact and lo a great exobviously indispensable far Italy and President The hardest fighting has been be England, close friends and neighbors, tent forget the torribleness of it scription of the soldiers he sudden- Agriculture. PAGE Dr. F. W. Hinitt has resigned the iv (.0mmonis na fniimv tween Dlxmudo nnd Ypros and south to unite for mutual defense. all. Next week we aro going to givo Account of IJerca Corn Show and an opportunity to our readers to presidency oi mo univcrsuy ami i Premier Salandra has not yet been "Amongst these men, as they sat ward In Uie regions of I.lllo and Arras. Fair. Ptiblic Highways. Elec- help the destitute silent sufferers in has been appointed stolill- - bobbing up and down on Tho Germans appear to have aban Instructed by the king to form a new doned their plan of attacking west ot tion Itcturns. tho war stricken zone of Europe. Wo :by the board of trustees to consider t1Q carls or 00(1 at cnso on ,hoir Dlxmudo and to have concentrated cabinet, but the king and the premier recommendations and suggestions 10rscSi s,(m0 out now and lhoni a strength west and south of Yures, but are conferring with the leading statesHershall work thru The Christian PAGE 4. Local News in general. men and Influential men of all parties. ald. This paper has sent thousands ' for tho offlco now vacated. Wo hope nne, powerful, intellectual face. the net result of two daj'3' operations A great coalition cabinet mado up or win, And it revived in mo. alwavs. tho Is a stronger position by the allies de- strong men from all parties probably PAGE 5. Collcgo News and other of dollars lo tho needy ones in Del tins university ainanviiio,h chief intellectual horror of war. In fending the line In Helglum. The fight- will result from tho conferences now gium. It is ono way wo havo of not he impaired. items of interest. those ranks, and equally in tho ing In nortb'ern France had a similar going on. Election Headlines showing our sympathy in a substanThe war fever has Increased enorBroken Prom- tial manner. If you prefer you can Kentucky is Democratic by 30,000. rrench ranks, march incipient Pns result, tbo allies withstanding terrific PAGE 0. Tho Land of tours and Ehrlichs, born with the attacks near Arras and to the south mously since Turkey attacked Ilusslai send any contribution direct to the Beckham wins in Senate Raco. ises. Short Novelties. east. In the Illack sea and since It became Camden gets Short Term scat esti genius to save suffering in our Christian Herald War Helicf Fund, The fighting near the hinge of the known that Turkey's troops are movPAGE 7. In tlio Home. Tho Kitchen Iiiblo House, New York City. All mated majority of 30,000. Democrats world; incipient Faradays, born battle line again Is becoming ot great ing toward K?ypt. The whole aspect Cabinet. For tho Boys, General these remittances will ho duly an- carry all districts except tenth and with tho genius to Interpret tho Importance. Along tho Alsno In tho of Italian I'ollcy has changed. Tim Directions for Training Dogs. eleventh. John W. Langlcy, Hep. of forces of this world; incipient Ro- - region between Leon and Solssons, government now has n positive, defnounced in tho Christian Herald. they appear to have reinforced their inite reason for bowing to the will ot Pikevillo. reelected. Caleb Povcr3 dins nnd Sudcrmanns, born with the News. Head the Election Returns on Page PAGE 8. East Kentucky attempt to of Barboursville, Rep., is reelected. genius lo bring tho beauty out of troops In an In Helglum. gain success the people and entering the war on tuff News. Poem. World denied them The official side of tho irlpln entento. Will-su- n tho world. There they go, on lo reports state Former governor Augustus E. that tbo attack has been nnd Marshall Bullitt, Republican tho chance of death before the fruitless and that tbo allies have TERSE TELEGRAMS nominees for tbo long and short sen- guns." moved forward toward Leon, a key to atorial places, have defeated Burton Cows That Laid Out Lower N. Y. the German fortltled position held for President Wilson went to 1'rtnectton more than seven weeks. 81mllar op- today to vote In tho congressional elecIn tho November American MagaCbaptcia ficm the book so entitled by Simuel Hopkins Adsmt. published by per- Ynnco and George Nicholas, Progreswell-knoerations a little to the east on the tion. Houghton Minim company. mission ol sives as per tho incomplete returns. zine, John A. Moroso, the New York newspaper man. heights of the Alsne ended In a repulse Sco tho returns on pago throe. The war Indemnity to the Germans A FAMILY SCHOOL OF HEALTH writes a notion story about tho of the Germans. for tho city pf Urussels has been fixed ASSOCIATION New York flro department entitled LIBRARY A Furious Sunday Battle. STATE at $9,000,000. Lesson on Patent Medicines MEETS "Cinders." Cinders is a wonderful Tho Panama canal again has been One of tho supreme battles of the "Why, I thought the Pure Food "Then thorn is no such tiling as Tho convention of tho Slate Li- dog nttached to tbo department. In war was fought Sunday. The Ger- blocked by a movement of slide maLaw shipped all that," said Mrs. an actual cure, in medicine" brary Association begins this after- tho following paragraph Mr. Moroso mans, who had become Impatient at terial In the break north of Gold 11111. "Why, yes. in a senso there am Clyde Innocently. The Turkish ministry la said to have "Tho Puro Food Law I Tho lifo has noon at tho Public Library in Lex- mentions tho cows that laid out the failure of their efforts to penetrate several. Antitoxin may bo called tho allied lines in Belgium, concenresigned, the war wing of the Young exceedingly Inter- lower New York: Is. been almost crushed out of it. ington with an a cure for dlptberia. Quinino trated their forces In a mighty attempt Turks party being now In complete esting program and nn unusual "Our engine houso Is south of Di- to Ypres. fighting raged all control. lo some extent, n. specific in malaria. Iloosovelt whacked it over tho head which is being shown on the vision Street and Just east of Park daytake terrificThe Intensity. with It Is said that the United States And Klirllch's famous '000' has been with his Ilefereo Board, which grant second floor of tho library. Tho ex How, where tho streets aro chopped Tbo Germans, under cover of a furi- Steel corporation will reduce tho remarkably, though not unfailingly, ed immunity to tho food poisoners, hibit includes tho remarkable dis- up liko confetti because some cow ous cannonnde, hurled vast masses ot wages of Its immense army ot eme, and nftorward the Supremo Court successful in that terrible play of children's books, shown by in tho days of tho Dutch wandered troops against tho allied lines. Ypres ployes on Jan. 1 next born of debrauohery, which and Wlckorsham treated It lo a tho Lexington Library, together with around the island south of Canal and was to bo taken at all costs. That was, Lord tbo course of 'legal interpretations,' Innocent through strikes tho the order, and the German command-ert- Marquis Nalrne, the second eon of the of which generally signify a way to gef guides nnd lists calculated lo bo of mailo a path that later turned out Conservative guilty. All tbeso remedies, howevprodigal of life, attempted to carinvaluable help to librarians, teach- to bo Pearl Street," Header In the British bouse ox loras, ry out the Imperial command. not through tho, quack and around a good law." er, conio, "But tbo patent medicines aren't ers and parents as a guido to develThe losses of the Germans were has boen killed In battle. but through tlio pby-sioitho drug-stor- e, Collcgo. Tho Bcrea As soon as tho copper In the cargo any oping tasto for good reading among ants from Herca enormous. The allies suffered heavily, allowed lo mako falso claims and tho laboratory." Library, as shown in Miss Corwin's but Ypres was untaken. It Is said that of the lied Star steamship Kroonland, children medicines, al- more, as I understand it," said Mr, "May not tbo patent Probably tho most Interesting of oxhibit, has a wonderfully complcto the kalior himself was present with which was held up at Gibraltar on a so, help to guide tho physical ship Clyde. nil tbo exhibits, howovor. is that collection of books, papers, pamph-whlc- h the German forces to stimulate the trip from New York has been landed "That applies only to tho label on the vessel will be released. through the' storm?" asked Mrs. hns been arranged by Miss lets nud oven tracts having a bear-- E. ardor of his troopa. the bottle. So you'll And that tho Clyde, adopting tbo doctor's smllo. her' ing upon IJerca and Eastern Ken-papTho thirty-firs- t K. Corwin in connection with annual convention The Russian Operations. "On to tho. rocks," he replied words 'alcohol,' 'opium,' 'acotanllld,' library on tho public library's placo lucky, and a From Petrograd comes the news of the Woman's Home Missionary soconsumption 'choral,' and other terms of poison, as a "Conservator of Local History." of historical works affecting tlio quickly. "Look al the that on the easteni Prussian frontier ciety of the Northern Indiana confero. euros. To many consumptives, al- havo sprouted forth thero, in very Tho Beroa Library the Ilusslan troops have repulsed tho ence of the Methodist Episcopal church Miss Corwin is tho librarian at cohol is doadly. Vet a wretched con- small and inconspicuous typo. But Borca, and has accomplished moro has nn Immense hunting knife which German attacks. At Vladlslavoff tho ta In session at Logsnsport In a fight at .New York between Ad coction like Duffy's Mall Whisky, them's a free field for tlio falso in that community than many II- - belonged to Daniel Boono and tho Germans were chased from the easts, and Freddie in the brnrinns with far greater opporluni-- original letter of introduction writ-tic- s. ern border to the forest of Ilomlnten, Wolgatt, tuberculosis, promises on to euro advortlsed j street-car- s, Welsh, the English bolder of the title, In tho newspapers, evwhile tbo Russians advanced flaunts its lies overywhoro. And the In addition lo conducting tho ten by Cnsshis M. Clay introducing offensive to the north ot Lake on the the latter sustained his title, tyolgut Ralgo-roerywhere. Look in tho next drug- library law Is powerless to cbcok tho sho has maintained a train- - to tho people of Bcrea John 0. Feo, beyond the Vistula. The Ilusslan going out with a broken band in ,Uie store window you pass and you'll oourso pf tbo poor fools who ing school for librarians, and also tho founder of tho Union Church I eighth round. (Continued oa pit Four,)1 cures' exploited in terms has a corps of soven student assist- - and Bcrea Qollcgo.-r-Le- x. bollovo and take it." Harold. on pace' Two.) (Continued a year cot-4,0- 00 OPPOSING ARMIES IN A CLINCH Neither Side Seems TEWFIK PASHA sav-mo- ro the Abler, Winter 22 sad-$3,0- Pt tho-ate- -- .... Ly-b- la THE HEALTH MASTER ox-lii- bloou-plagu- an or well-solect- I Stato-at-larg- sign-board- juI-qid- al, see-'sur- e Pago Two. THK CITIZEN -- -"Tho, newspapers. . .-THE HEALTH MASTER The patent-medici- hnlnlv?" iniinlreil llin ilrilirtrisl wild i (Continued from Pago One), advertisers (111 the dully an cITcrliilioii of extreme interest. "Of course it's only for stomachthat would make Ananias feel like columns with (heir claims, and create a demand by the force of repeat- ache," explained Mrs. Clyde. "it an amateur." "You make out n pretty poor char- ed falsehood. Do you know the uni certainly does cure the pain." il Into unron- "Not cure,--lruacter for the druggists, as n class," versal formula for (he cost of patent observed Mr. Clyde. nures? Here It Is: Drugs, 3 per cent; sciousness," amended Mr. florinley (Coiiduilol tiy the National Womitn'a "Not at all. As a class, they're manufacturing plant. 7 per cent:i"Tho opium in it does lhal. Rather ClirUttan Temperance Union.) honorable printing Ink, IX) per cent. a decent, It's a a heroic remedy, opium, for a little sickening business. don't you think?" lot of men." If 1 could af- slomach-iich- e PROGRESS IN KANSAS. "What have you got lo juj "Then why do they stick lo n bad ford II, I'd break loose like thai fel The ReoRruphy of years ago, aaye Cough (Joy. (Jeorne II. Hodges, pictured Kan trade?"' asked Mrs. Clyde. low McConnell lu Chicago and put against Kohler's Dr. Strong got (o his feet. 'Let a placard of warning in my show rture that I always keep by me?" a aa mrt of the (treat American desert, llanlly a demrt now, with one of them nnswer," ho said. Mr. window. Hero's a copy of the one demanded (iraudiiia Sharpies (lormley. who runs the big store in he displays in Ills drug-store- ." Mr. (lormley beamed on her in S4.000.000 itcres la cultivation. Very ,M,' the Arcade, usually passes hero) Taking a card from his porkel. ,,,,l,,','a,nr' nture. "Who? little Indigence In Kanaas, with an or 1133 on deposit In our lime, and I think I sej',r- - fjormley held il up for the eir- - M' Gracious! I've go nothing lo nveraRa about this banks for every person In the stato. him coming now." !",.v npaliisl it worse than il says Our clllictts pay tAxea on 11,705 each, read. The inscription wn: it... .11- ... 1... I'hey can talk all thoy like," said a "" a little over 1100 ninro than they paid "' do not ask us what any,"?,"" "Please Grandma Sharpies emphatically, as year ago, eren though thla waa I'1.' " ""' old patent medicine is worth, Mr the worst drought aeoaon In our the doctor walked across to the m" ' ' ,"' euiharra tis. as our honet an- - " Our agriculturist" uan the How long lia this house been hlatory front fence, "hut I wouldn't be with jou il is worthies. full tif .'tawnt'titil twtliitw't' ialttil Mr beat for their own tables, and a out a bottle of cough syrup in the !wor liuisl be that plentiful supply at that, but after "If you mean lo nk us at what ()f ,,,, wjf(. house." using nil tho butter, eggn and poultry price we sell il, Hint is an entirely "Nor I without my headache tab"Now, Tom," she protested. "I've When sick, always been careful about using they needed, they sold $22,000,000 lets," added Mrs. Clyde. "I'd havo dilTerenl proposition. worth of butter, eggs and poultry last had lo give up (he bridge parly yes consult a good physician. It is the them for Hie children. Personally, year, Juit a little revenue of $7,000,. onlv proper course. And you will I tl.iviie liilliili tifili.nl tilinlli'itliit. t terday but for them." 000 more than thla government paid ..... .. "'-.i i..., Mr. Clyde shot a sharp glance, llrsl, a( ,hjs (r martllip for nbout n third of tho total acreat his wife, then at her mother, medication with worthless patent ' l((,p (l1(,r.( mpln f ,M,P age of these United States, the lxiulil-an- a purchase. Wo own one automo"Well, I'd like lo stv the labeU on iiosiriiui. . (cough syrup, turned on her, for your parlictilnr brands of medicine," "Has Hint hilled Ills irsule uij "What do oti call I luxe headache bile wo ttvery 46 persons In Knnsas, but hope lo do a little better next I quackery?" asked Dr. Strong. he remarked. tablets you take?" year, for our farmer are now stand-ins- ; "Nothing can kill that. It has cut, "Th,,,,.? They aren't a patent mine," as"There's nothing bad in around watting for the mayor and serted Mrs. Clyde. "Mrs. Martin rec- - il down by half, though. It's a They're :t county to sign mucommlsalonera nicipal Improvement bonds, and bonds nmmended them to me; she's been;culiar and disheartening fact that physician's prescription." the public will believe the paid lie, "Yes; a line prescription they Issued for the building of permanent taking them for years." At this point Dr. Strong returned, of a newspaper advertisement and are!" aid the druggist. "Did you highways that they am endeavoring to buy at nbout nbove bringing with him a slim, elderly disregard (he plain truth of an read the booklet? par. A great manyten per cent of our farmers are d, man. whose shrewd, wide eyes peer- - pert. Ami see here. Dr. Strong, p,,r whole-soulefore complaining becauae they can't pay ed through a pair of gold rimmed when you doctors get together and and-af- t, stairs profes-glasse- s. off their mortgage until It becomes roast the pharmaceutical trade, just j,j(,a lying it has got most of Hie due, though they have decreased their "So you want mo to give away 'remember that it's really the news- - patent medicines relegated to the recorded Indebtedness from 65 per that infant class. Harmless, ihey jay! cent to 4B per cent In the past 10 the secrets of my trade," be remark- - papers and not the drug-storI ed. after the greet-- 1 sell patent medicines." seen a woman lake two of years. At the snmo time they have) securities mgs. "Well, I don t olijecl to reliev"Are all of them so bad?" asked (l0!io ,iIUM a,i hardly get out of booated the from $13,000,000 to $87,000,000. ing my mind, once in a while. So Mrs. Clyde. ii door before they got in their Every ymr our atatii criates a new "All that claim lo cure. They're 'n.e work on her heart and over sh- shoot, and if I can't dodge, I'll yell.' wealth; last year a wealth of $2,000.-00- 0 - went like a shot rabbit." frauds, appealing to the ap"Why do you deal in patent a day was the record. We apent cincs if they're so bad?" asked petite by a stiff allowance of booe. ".Not dead!" $13,600,000 last year to run 416.000 "Is like Swamp Root and Peruna, or dis- - j ".o; but it was touch and go will' schools; that kept 16.000 teachers Grandma Sharpless bluntly. busy for about nine months. The guised dopes, opium, hasheesh or her." thcru such a big profit in them?" "No proill, worth speaking of," re- - chloral, masquerading as soothing "What's in that; opium, loo?" ask- - salaries of the men teachers In our public schools have Increased from plied Mr. Gormley. "Though you'll syrups, cough medicines, anil con-',.- ,l Mr. Clyde, $44 to $110.50 a month In the past ten I haven't admitted they arc sumption cures; or artillcial devices! note that chemical whit 40. a Coa-lyears, while the salary of the women i for giving yourself heart disease by puts a clamp on tho heart actio' teachera has doubled. All of the weak bad as yet." chemicals in the One or another of Hie flie bulk of your trade is in that the use of eoal-tschool districts have state aid, and we j class of goods, isn't it?" queried Mr. heatlaclto powders anil anti-pai- n in a( dm headache powders have no schools which have less than I Clyde. term. We have an eniTIiereji a long list of deaths fron a pills." dowment fund for the common h "Worse luck, it is. They've got us1 "Well, you can't make me believe, them not lo mention cases of schoola of $9,350,000. With a populaJhe.f hold on the public. Mr. Drugman." said Grandma Sharp-- 1 habit." tion of 1.C90.000 we had an enroll-men- t And they not only force us to be less a belligerent shak'i "Habit?" cried Mrs. Clyde. "IV with of 9,600 students In our state their agents, but they grind us down 0f her head, "lhal a patent you mean I'm in danger of not i: unlversltlfa, and 7,600 In our denomito the very smallest prollt; some- - medicine which keeps on being in able to get along without llif national schools. Six thouaand stulimes less than the cost of doing bus- - demand for years, on its own iner- - tablets?" dents attended our state university iness." its, hasn't something good in it." If you lake them Meadily you and agricultural college last year. "No, ma'am, I can't." agreed the certainly are. If you lake them oc- - This Is a remnrkabln showing when "But you aren't compelled to deal in their medicines," objected Mr. visitor. "I wouldn't want to. There oasionally, ou'ro only in danger of compared with Mlsrourl, which has 3,fno.OOn population and only 3.317 Clyde dropping dead one of these days." isnt any such patent methane. students In her university and "Practically I am. My really prof-- 1 .Mr. Clyde's chin abruptly assumed "There's hundreds of "cm, concollege. Indiana, with abont re ilablo trade is in Riling prescriptions, tradicled the old lady, with the ex- - a prominence which he seldom the same population, has 1.9CI stuI can legitimately charge, not aggeration of the disputant wlie mitted it. "Well, that settles that," dents In her combined schools. only for the drugs, but also for my duds the ground dropping away he observed; and it was entirely un- necessary for any one present lo DOCTOR8 AGAINST ALCOHOL. speeial technical skill and knowl- - from underfoot. edge. But in order lo maintain my t0t that sell on their own mer-- ask any amplification of the remark. At the annual meeting of the Amerprescription trade I must keep peo- - js. Advertising and more adver- - Mrs. Clyde looked at her mother for ican Osteopathic association, held at Philadelphia, the following antt alco- plo coming to my store. And they Using ami still moro advertising is sympathy and didn't get any. I hoi resolution aa passed: won't come unless I carry what they all that does it. Let any one of "In view of the undoubted and ter demand in the way of patent medi- - them drop out of the newspapers THE MOUNTAIN JOURNAL DE alcohol cines." and the tie- - VOTED TO HOME, FARM AND rlbly destructive effects ofalight adand off the and the very doubtful and SCHOOL legitimate dc- - rnnnd for it would be dead in a Then there is a vantage to bo obtained from Its use. Is the tine Journal that should he we hereby unequivocally mand for patent medicines." said vear." and unconi Mr. Clyde quickly. "Vet, as a student of business con- - in every home in Hie .Mountain. U ditionally condemn Ita ute and place deals, with just such matters as ourselves upon record aa pronouncing "Legitunate? Hardly. It's pure- - ditions." said Mr. Clyde. "I'm in ly an inspired demand." dined to side with Mrs. Sharpless every man, woman or child should It one of the greatest cursea of the Look out for the next age, a detriment to human well being "What makes il persist, then?" and believe that any line of 'goods know. n disgrace to our civilization," which has come down from yester- numbers. They will contain some and S. P. Itoss, who offered Dr. the resomer- articles that you cannot afford to must have some day to Cu,rcient Caiisj. will lution, said Iia considered Its adoption The November issue i miss. it." to be oue of the most advanced steps The ilnitririsl took off his glasses, contain the Hist installment of a thu Osteopathic asaoclatlon has ever on "Uive, Court- - taken. "We are now definitely lined Swiped them and waved them in the continued article ship, ami Marriage as expei leiu i u up," he said, "with tho forces of modiit- - wiih n nourish. observed in the Kentucky ernity and progress and against the Ami nil hup vi.sli.iihivs have light- - and Mountains. If you want to laugh source of graft and vice." ed fools it will pay you to get it; if you want The way to dusty death, he minted sonorously. "We think to think, you will have a chance; COURT TEMPERANCE LECTURE. Peoplo do not havo to attend church ourselves heirs to the wisdom of the if you want to cry, the cause will be nowadays In order to hear temperance ages, without stopping to consider there. There is also running through sermons, It Is becoming popular for thni witVi. Imirs in ilw. foolishness.' thn Judge from the bench to deliver also. We're gulled by the printed this Journal a series or article on discourses upon the evils of the drink lie about Doau's Kidney Pills, just the study of Farm Animals that habit Justice Otto von Defter, of Then Stockton, Cal.. very recently spoko every farmer should rend. as our fathers were by the cart-ta- il oratory of the itinerant quae vho there is The Trustee Department pointedly to the dozen men antl one sold the 'Wonderful Indian Secrets that every progressive school man woman who appeared before him to Intoxication. are pleading "The t if nt mi lawaaiat s vr tt lIIL.is Its, "liv itdll'iP iii'P wilt." or woman wants to see. There help saloons," guilty the judge, "turn drunk-ard- a w. WI said Won i ....mini a in n.lmii il."sai.l many other articles that will out Into the streets faster than Mrs. civile, with a little laugh, "but to scatter sunshine and good cheer we can handle them in court. The may go peoplo this Journal wo always have a few of the old rem- - wherever and the government license Hrother farmer, or fellow peda- - the saloons that put you In the gutedies about." a dollar ters. The hard working man, paying "Suppose you name some of them gogue, you cannot invest better than lo send it to tho edilor, off a heavy mortgage on his little over," suggested the druggist. "He married her ltecuue bur first Prof. W. I). Ward, Paintsvllle Ky-a- homo, must pay taxes to keep you ht "Usually I keep some husband left her." become one of Hie great host drunkards la tbe hospital and care That's "Why, that won hnrdly a good rea- Cough Cure in tho house. our own Moun- for you." I of readers of this harmless, isn't it?" son to marry a woman." by lila "He left ber Tht! druggist glanced at Dr. Strong, tain Journal, edited and run men and women. Mr. DELETERIOUS TO HEALTH. i mountain Record. and they both grinned I think there Is no doubt that "li mini.! i.n harmless." said thn Ward is spending his life ill the inIs deleterious to health, and "Good Fallows. Ken-bodruggist mildly, "if it didn't contain tcrest of the girls and boys of personally I have never seen any case is not running this of disease where I thought It useful. He i lucky. morphine and hasheesh." "doodnessl" said Mrs. Clyde, hor- - Journal for a money making scheme, I believe It Is more deleterious to rifled. "How could one suppose " or for any other purpose than to health than the stronger spirits, and "Iiy reading the label carefully," servo his people, but of course- it this opinion Is derived from tbe reof interjected Dr. Strong. "Anything takes borne money lo defray Hie ex- port our the actuaries' Investigations for Insurance companies ipeiiso of publication, and ho is years ago. Dr. John M. Dodson,a few cise?" Dean - thoroughly conlldent that his "Let mo think. I've always contbe Medical Department of the Unicheerfully of will Jayno's Expectorant good for lw Kenluckians versity of Chicago. tho children when they have a cold." rally to his support as hundreds 'Tastes differ." observed tho drug-- ! bnve already done. Satisfaction is BARROOM TO IN8ANE COURT. gist philosophically. "I wouldn't guaranteed or money refunded After bearing 76 cases of Insanity Practicaily every Cmml)' Super one day, several of them young girls, consider opium good for my chilMountains gets this Judge Owens of Chicago made Ibis "I thought yon and ho were frleudsY' dren inside or outside of any expec- intendent in the Journal. You see a copy at his o. statement: "I place Immorality above torant. Noxtl" "No." Nolo the table of contents on all other causes of Insanity. Iiy far "Hut 1 saw yu'l tho other night when "Hut thu names sound so inno you bud your arms umutid each other." cent I" cried Mrs. Clyde. "I'm al first coyer page. Then send in your the greatest number of those who pass through the Insane court come here "That wasn't friendship. We were most afraid to tell any more. Hut subscription and help a good causo aa the result of Immoral Itves." And merely g)liiir over the stury we Inteud Moun-o- n wo always have lloxall Cholera Cure along. The address is, 'The what Is the prim cause of Immorllty? ed to IbJI our Ivm. Itevurd lain Journal," Painlsville, Ky. hand." "Seeing lit In a barroom through the Herald "Had much cholera in tho houso bottom of a (lass." ne g One-Night November 5, 1014. The Citizen ft family all (hat I right trus and InWraitlnf. rublithed every Thiira.lay at ntea. Ky. ntwtpspsr for ITONAIIONAL BEREA PUBLISHING CO. WM. C. FROST, EJilor-JR-Oil- SUNMSdlOOL ny Acting Director Bun. day Hchonl Toutx, Moody Dtblai Imtl- -l lute, Chicago.) B. O. BEI.I.KIlt), C.H. WERTENHERCER. Manaiint EJi F. O. BOWMAN, AmuUM Maiut Lesson Subscription Ratua ADVANCK PAYAHLK 4 . IN t VM - V. Mm.lll I . . r Tht Month! ....... ... . a a tl.PO . HO . M LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 8 COWING AND REAPING. or Kiprrn Money Stnd money by Order. Irfl. He gluerrcl Letter, or one and two tent atampa. to The date nfter your nime on label ahowsnot It la what dale your aulwcrtrllon la paid.. . .II ............ .. i Chanaen wiinin uirtt "twin's number will be gladly aupplled If we re notified terma given to any who Bi.crlptlona for ua. Any one ending ua four aubacriptlona can recelte The allien free earl I orhlmaclf for one year ArirertUIng ratea on application. (World's Temperance Lesson.) a man i.wrll., that almll he alio rrap. Oal. tit. TK.XT-Whatsoe- ver ,1'"""' n. "' '"''""' t.KPSON (lOI.OK.V TI'..VT-l- al. .1:1-1- Mrxaaa or ,.,., Anli-kainnia. KKNTUCKV l'KKSS ASSOCIATION. No No Whisker Advertisement!! Immodest Newt Itemsl AS OTHERS SEE US r Hcrca, where the meeting was held, is a most beautiful and picturesque place. The entire town is virtually devoted to the Hcrea College. Is is .situated on a plateau containing 89 acres of ground covered with magnificent old forest trees. It is well kept. Through this are wide avenues on which are located various colleges, workshops, dormitories, hotels, etc. The work of this college is wonderfully conceived and carried into effect. The good it has done and is doing will endure forever. The college has about 1,000 students now and we are told that number will increase to about 1,500 in the winter months. The of corporation owns 5,000 acres land fu the immediate vicinity, much of which is managed as a Forest Reserve. They have their own water-work- s, electric light and ice pant, laundries, planing mills and printing plant, in all of which the students are taught practical trades. The hotel is a charming place. It is known as the Boone Tavern. The attaches arc students. It is kept scrupulously clean; the table is most delightful. The stay of tho members of the Board of Pharmacy was thoroughly enjoyed by all. We were complimented by being asked to attend chapel service Thursday morning, at which time the individual members of the Board were introduced to the students by Dr. Frost, the eminent President of the institution. It was a most impressive sight. Wonderful work is being done there for tho betterment of the mountain boys and girls of the entire mountain region. From tho Kentucky Druggist. BOX .r Antl-kamn- ia J d, able-bodie- es home-owne- d I ar ar coal-lardr- ur drug-throug- Nowhere do tho Rerlptures excuse, men from thn results of their own sins. Thn effects of Bins, and of blessings allko. are unto the succeeding generations. France Is still paying In thn physical realm the cost of Nat Kuropa will har polcon's ambition. a greater debt to pay biologically thaa any which will be charged agalnat lt exchequers as thn result of this war. and uncnlled-foI. Those Who Trespass, w. 1.9. Jesus plainly Instruct us that "trespasses must needs come." Our problem Is (a I to avoid being the trespasser snd (b) thn manner of our conduct towards those who do trespajA In thin lesson tho second question trested first Though a man be overtaken In tho very act of trespassing, those who arn taught and governed by the Holy Hplrlt (see chapter 5:16-15- ) are to prove to thn world by their conduct that they are thus taught and governtd. They are to "restore auch an ono." considering at tho same time themselves lest they, too, stumble. To " restore Is to replace, "to reduce a to put a member of tho body Into Its proper place. Every believer Is a member of the body of which Christ ta the head I Car. 12:12. 14, 27. and one who falls (stumbles) Into sin Is a member out of place. Man's Duty to Man. Tim first step la to help our erring brother to bear his burdens (weights) of temptation, weakness, failure and sin, and In so doing we "fulfill the law Horn. of Christ," Ch. C.H; John lSrS, Jesus Christ not only gave us this law, but he ahso lived It aa well. Phil. 2.rS. Thu trun disciple, who la r frao-ture,13-3- be-in- -- sgrl-cultur- really trying to help his brother bear hla burden, doea so with thn consclous-nesnot of his own rectitude, but rather that through thn graco of God he has been kept from a like fate. Other-wlsthn man who "tlilnknth himself to be something" deceives htmsolf.and no one else, (lod knows, so does the one whom wu seek to help. If we are animated by spiritual pride and boast-fulnes- a n per-rhe- J j bill-boar- the burdens "weights" of others. In verso five o are told that every man must bear his own burden "load," I. e., the burden of hi own responsibility No man can bear that load for another, whereas all men can share thn "weights" of temptation, weakness, failure and sin. III. Those Who Are Tauoht, vv. Paul sets before us tho responsibility of being enlightened, ilelng taught, wu must pasn on tho knowledge we havo been Uiught, kharo tho "good things" (v. 0) wn havo re ceived, see Prov 11 24; 11 Cor. Thoau who refrain from thus aiding their teachera gain no lironnl advantage. Thn word "mocked" means to sneer Men may atnr at Ood and thlyk they escape tit result of their aln, but like still produces like. Sow corn, reap corn, figs, reap figs; sin, reap sin; Horn, ill, 0. In aplto of the contempt men havo tor Ood and In the face of their acceptance of this principle In other realms they continue In their sin with a strange fa- a measuring line n may Judge ourselves (v. 4). Pride and criticism of others largely comes from a desire to glory In ourselves, not so much that we condemn the net of our neighbor. In verse three wn am admonished to bear Thla Is wht-rnb- PARTY AT BATTLE. Eight Americans Paid $SC1 to See tht Engagement at Mons. James A. Wuktlleld of IJltlurKti who arrived from I.tirnpe. .iid that In and seven other .me:'li .n simI.IIIkii to neo a buttle. perMluled n Ciipfl li iiiiimlul t Antord of ttit Pri-iml It "f 'h take thetii within ihrTip nti reitr of the em:;i::emeiit nt in Id the uhlltfiiiL' cut:iin Ki eneli .it' went lu spring wiicum. nrilwii.: In th evening us the.v were to ko to the field. lie said the.v mti'd "it' Utile of artu destruction, hut tin- - ilr wn Murri' tvllli explodlm? kIii-If irinhmii" burning nnd tin tiele wan fenronie 1 r to-d- ay :. J I Bread From Tul.p Bulbi. of wheat In Holland the of Hutch linkers has nam tlmiH the tie of a so l itlled "tulip lireml " In which of the Hour iim-i- l Is iiindc from I round tulip lmll' Is said Die i i lie very nourl' inc. mid tht war vliijtry has nvcirtin niied V iim In 'In account of 'he ty AHft-'uflo- one-ihln- l liieiirmy. One-Nig- nd journey to Pittsburgh. Later boat, were built so that they could be taken apart into three or four sections and placed on a car for the trip over the Mountains. The conxtructlou of the Portage railroad cost tlOO.OOO.-1't- ill vdelpbla Hecord. Early Day Railroad Travel. On Nor. I'd. 18&S, a car made the first trip over the Portage rulltvad This was the most remurkulile undertaking of the time. The railroad was thirty six tulles long, ex tending ucross the Allegheny mouu tains from llollldaysburg to Johns town. There were ten inclined planet, five on each side of the mountulns. Engines at the tup of each plane pulled t ap four curs at a time. The on the east side iiuiisured lX'M feet Then there was a tunnel of 870 feel and u descent of 1,172 feet ou the western side. 1'uiM.eiigers ou cunnl boats entered the curs ut Holllduys burg and were curried over the mouu talus, euihurklng In uther Units on tht western side and thus continuing llielt usc-eu- JiiOO.OOCr-l'blladelp- g talistic persistence. Habits Bless or Curst. This principle has u wide application. Sow shame, reap dlahonor; at hate, reap bitterness; ,sow love, teW the fruits of love, kindliness, affection and esteem. Every act Is a process of sowing. Every appetite fostered. gratified and pampered helps to produce a crop of habits either to bless or to curse. This gives color and significance to the words of verso eight "lis tbst aoweth to hla own flesh shall of (hts own) tho flesh reap corruption." kj, however, under tho leading of thn Holy Spirit (cf. John C:3; II Cor. 3:8) we sow to the Spirit, wa will reap eternal life for "this it eternal lift that we may know htm." an act. reap a habit; a habit, reap a dastlny. The practical application It In Ten nine. If thero are such possibilities of developmenL "let ut not weary of welldoing." Our sowing Is not a matter of caprice or convenience. Nor should we, How How Bow a thought, rasp an act; th ed of-llc- through weariness, cease our activity. Tbe temperance application it alt too plain. We must coeitantly tow In the minds or the youth the "reaping of tbe flesh" for those who cultivate a taste for liquor. Wa must sow Id tht minds of taipayers the criminal waste and folly of trying to regulate thlt traffic or seeking to Lax it for tbt support of governments. Wa must tow In the minds of those poor souls now In the clutch of this' damnable evil that there It a way of deliverance tbt way of tbo Crots, tv permanent and complete cure for tbe one who has gone the farthest or sunk the deepest In tin. J .i 1 November 5, 101. TIIK CITIKKN Pago Three MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Fnrtn Demonstrator and Special CONGRESS L. Y. SHERMAN Illinois Returns Him to United States Senate. KENTUCKY DEMOCRATS Investigator BEREA CORN SHOW AND FAIR. The sight of Ibo snlondld o.xlilb-l- (s Beckham and Camden Win showing what roold bo done, the Ihoroly practical talks given durSenatorial Race, ing (ho progrnm in tho forenoon and afternoon, and Iho helpful hints gathered from Ihe friendly converLouisville, Ky., Nov. 4. The Demo-cratHoma. sations as Ihe farmers si nod around pluhavo rolled up an For several works tbo dato of tbo in lillle groups discussing (heir rality, electing J. C. W. Ilcckham for ROADS AS CROP PRODUCERS corn show had boon circulated, and crops of Ihe past year and Iho pros-per- ls the long term and J. N. Camden for lri'inratioru bad boon Rloadily go the short term In tho United States for next, were n source of inHow the Government Studies Show senate, succeeding the late Senator W. iiiH forward with niitfriintluns fur spiration and usefulness which can Agricultural Output of Country O. Hradley. a successful KnlborltiR, but tbo out hardly lie measured. Depend Upon Its Highways. The following Democrats have been ooino was far and above all oxpectn It is at just such gatherings ns DEMOCRATIC LOSSES elected to congress: First, Albcn W. Hons, (jroat Ibn llioy bad been. That an Improved' road will Increase Hie Corn Show I lint wo enn acquire Uarkley; Second, David If. Klncheloe( To begin with, tlio weallier win t!ioe Ideas Hint nro so hchiful and T.a,ly ,ho productiveness of tho area Third, Robert Y. Thomas, Jr.; Fourth, Ideal, it was ono of tlioso Oclobor uplifting, and Benjamin Johnson; Fifth, Swagar ?. Their licmoZra raj, help our neigh - ; Majority In House Ma in whoso warm mellow sunshine, ...is lo, lolling Sherley; Sixth, Arthur D. Rouse; Sevof what we eg conducted by the United States dear blue, skies and balmy breeze enth, J. Campbell Cantrlll; Eighth, ig mm our pmiis tor. department of agricultural In Vir inv" Be Less Than Twenty. Harvey Helm; Ninth, W. J. Fields. intnxirnlii tho blood ami makes ono ho future. ginia. Spotsylvania Conditions In happy Just to he alive. You have heard (ho old saying county were Investigated with par Karly in tbo morning, wagons nml thai, "seeing is hollovlng," and that ticular care nnd tho results havo ARKANSAS MINE TROUBLE earriaires could bo seen rnminu; Into is jusl what llie.se exhibits did at proved suprlslng. In 1909, the coun PROGRESSIVES LOSING 00 town from tbo various roails, anil Keren Corn Show and Fair. There ty voted $100,000 to Improve. 40 miles Federal Troops Sent to Duty In the by eleven o'nlnrk tho campus in the were witnesses of what nolually had of roud.of Two yenrs after the com Strike Zone. plctlon this work tho railroad took vicinity of tlio tabernacle bail Washington, Nov. 4. Four troops of been accomplished. You feel as if away In 12 months from Fredericks Evidence That the Republican tho Fifth cnvalry, U. 8. A., have been similar appearance to thai of com you can do what others have done, burg, tho county scat, 71,000 tons of ordered to proceed from Fort Sbrldan, inoncemon day. There were a thou and I hey thus lieenme Incentives lo agricultural and forest products hauled Part Is Being Reunited. 111., to Fort Smith, Ark., for duty In sand or inoro pooplo in ulletulaiic! you for heller and more productions over thn highways of that town. the strike zone at Hartford Valley, Heforo the Improvement of the iliuiim Iboidny. on your farm than you have had. Washington, Nov. 4. "The empty Ark. The Bendlnr of troops to Arkanroads this total was only 49.000 tons On entering lliu lalmrnnrlc, tbo And in addition lo all this everysas Is the result of the Inability of the annually; In other words, tho quantity dinner pall" again has asserted Itself SHERMAN DEFEATS sIkIiI that greeted your oyos was body had a "picnic" time. Full basfederal court In that district to enforce of the county's produce had risen In the election of the United States long to bo romemhoreil. Itows kets of provisions were brot along more than 45 per cent. Still more In senate and house of representatives. Its orders In the face of existing law Ionu canned fruit and vegetables of and wilh the dot colToo furnished terestlng, however. Is the Increase The large majority in the house and ROGER G. SULLIVAN lessness. one In the senate held thn Tho trouble arose as a result of the Various variolics, plallers of beautifree (o every ono, Ibo noon hour shown In the quantity of the dairy by comfortable tho Democrats have been very I appointment of receivers for a mining In 1909 these amounted to ful luscious apples and pears, hoots, was Ihoroly enjoyed by all except products. ' gTeatly reduced. The Indications are property In that district. Following turnips, potatoes, hope pumpkins, Ihe judges who were busy judging 114,816 pounds, In 1911 to 273,028 that the house will be Democratic by pounds, nn Increase of practically 140 Uncle Joe Cannon Also Is tho appointment the properties were corn, cowpcas, in fart lino specimens the products. dynamited nnd men apprehended as a per cent In two years. In tho same a bare maj'rlty of nlnoteen, nnd tho I of most' everything bat is produced Democrats, The only regret of Ihe occasion time shipments of wheat had Increased senate will have fifty-fivresult of this outrage were forcibly Given Another Chance. on (he farm, wore to ho .teen. was Dial some of you were not there 59 per cent, tobacco 31 per cent, and forty Republicans and one Progressive, taken from the custody of the marAH ho war is devastating the Old to shals of tho United States court rerelve and share all of thes lumber and other forest products 48 The lone Progressive seoms to be Con gressman Polndexter of Washington. Country and hunger and wnnl Is good things I have been talking per cent, Chicago, Nov. 4. Early Indications Joseph O. Cannon, for many years of the election of Roger C. prevalent, it is an evident fact, that about. In addition to this Increase In quan Sullivan R00SEVELTI8 DISGUSTED speaker of tbe house of representa for United no ono around Korea and in tlio adStates senator have been I tint sorry indeed that any ono tlty the cost of hauling; each ton of tlvcs, has been elected from his old overturned and figures now Indicate "Nothing to Say, Absolutely Nothing," joining communities will starve or should have missed it, for il was a produce wn materially reduced. In Danville (I...) district. Senator Sher suffer In tho least this winter from day full of opportunities for learn other words, the farmers not only pro man of Illinois Insists that he Is elect that Lawrence Y. Sherman, the presSays the Colonel. ent Incumbent in the senate, has been duced more, but produces more cheap the lack of something lo eat. ing many things that would be of ly, for the cost of transportation to ed over his Democratic opponent Oyster Hay, U. I., Nov. 4. Colonel by about 25,000. Sullivan Tbo exhibits were all splendid much benefit to you; hut. make (ho market Is of course an Important fac Roger C. Sullivan, though tho result In carries Chicago and Cook county, but Roosevelt wont disgustedly to bed at and tho largo increase in numbers best of your mistake in not coming tor In the cost of production. From Illinois Is admitted to be very close. Sherman came from down state with a 10 o'clock. Ily that time word had Poles Penrose has beon returned to lead or something like 100,000, over- come to him that Whitman was electover that of last year was exceed nml nsk your neighbors who were this point of view, It Is estimated that ed governor, that Davenport was runingly gratifying. 0 the $100,000 spent In Improving the the senate from Pennsylvania, where coming the lead of approximately here, what I hey saw and learned. 01 fiord Pinchot, former United States by which Sullivan carried Cook ning behind Sulzer and that Colby and Of tbo exhibits taken separately, As I said before, bear in mind road In Spotsylvania county saved the forester, dismissed by President Taft other Progressives were making a county. tbo poultry exhibit probably bail that this is a new undertaking, and farmers of that county $41,000 a year, and Congressman Mitchell Palmer, Republicans In Illinois have regained poor showing In the state. "So WhitIn the past two years the traffic tho best representation, both in large only a lioginning has been made. who did about as much as anybody strength In man has won," said the colonel, ana numbers shown and (he excellent So form your plans at once to have studies of the federal experts show else to nominate Woodrow Wilson practically their he repeated the sentence musingly. the bouse. Uncle that approximately an average of 65 breeds. I bopo next year that the n part in the Hlg Korea Cunt Show 000 tons of outgoing products were Rave Penrose a hard fl;;ht. Palmer Eighteenth district;Jou Cannon of the "Was It the religious Issue?" Then W. II. McKlnley was third In the rare. Oscar W. Un of the poultry exhibit will bo much larger and Fair that's coming next year, hauled over the Improved roads In Nineteenth, affectionately known suddenly he said: "I have nothing to from Kstlll, Jarkson, and Rockcastle ami make it a still greater success. the county an average distance o derwood has been easily elected to the In Washington as "the duke of Illi- say, absolutely nothing." United States senate from Alabama nois," and William A. Rodenberg. counties; also from Korea. I want Why not make the Korea Com eight miles, or a total of 520,000 "ton and Hoke In Connecticut Goes Republican. members of "the old guard," have been every section of my territory repre- Show and Fair a Commencement for miles." Ilcfore the roads were Im Georgia. Smith has been returned New Haven, Conn., Nov. 4. The enreturned to congress. The Republisented next year by belter and more all the farmers and show every fall proved It was estimated that thn aver Rr'.urns Elsewhere. cans also have gained the representa- tire Republican state ticket was electpoultry. There is no reason why what the results of tho year's work age cost of hauling was 20 cents W. Chtpper-flel- d ed, the next governor being Judge " Stone, Democrat, has been electing this at after right around Korea we ran not of sowing and harvesting has boon fell to 12 cents a tho Improvement sav electedJ.over Thonia Akin, Republican tives and large, W. Davis H. M. or s of Springfield. Marcus Holcombe of Southlngton, now John raise a great denl more poultry than It is a great thing to do, and will ing of eight cents. A saving of eight In Missouri. Returns from Kansas In on the superior court bench. The legwo do, and lot it be of the very best be of untold good dlcato that the congressional delegn ARKANS.S to us, so let us cents per mile on 520,000 ELECTS CLARKE islature In both branches will be Rebreed. Just try it next year and seo keep it going, anil enlargo it and is 141.000 a year. tlon will have four Democrats and publican. Ilrandageo was to Ilecause this saving. In cases of this four Republican". Out In Arizona they Full Democratic Delegation Goes to the United States senate, defeating how well you will bo repaid. make it better find bcller as each character, does not take the form of had a warm finht. but Governor Hunt Simeon E. Raldwln, tbe present govThe needle work exhibit was year goes by. Congress With Him. m Is elected by about 10,000. cash put directly Into tho farmer' ernor, and the Republicans elected a pood and showed that our llomeniber the Farmers' Institute pocket, there la a widespread tendency Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 4. Arkansas full delegation to congress. In Massachusetts tho Progressive! girls on Ihe farm had not been idle to be held in Korea Thursday and to belluvo that It is fictitious profit. suffered almost as badly as poor Ret voted for members of congress only. while their brothers and fathers rnday. .o ember 12 and 13. Come while as a matter of fact It Is Just glum, null Moojera returned to the A spirited contest took place In the Present Majority Greatly Reduced. wjre busy in tho Held. and get tho good things that will bo as real a source of profit as an In Republican party In droves and Gov Third district now filled by J. C. Floyd, Washington, Nov. 4. At Republican When the. exhibits and the num- said by C. I,. Clayton. Louisville. crease In the price of wheat ernor David 1. Walsh squeezed In by a who did not seek John N. congressional headquarters, tbe claim. ber of pooplo attending are contrastIn Dlnwlddlo county, Virginia, for plurality of about 15,000 over Samuel Tillman or Fayette vllle was oppose 1 Is made that the Democratic majority Ky., M. Douglas of Indiana. II. A. by W. N. Ivey, Republican, and L,. R. In W. ed wilh that of last year, tho dilTer-enc- o Ogg. Indiana. Mrs. II. A. has 0g. Indi example, where peanuts are one of sephMcCull. Republican candidate. Jo Putnam, Progressive. Tillman was lowthe houseseats. been reduced to betwenty shown is remarkable. ana, on Domestic Science. I). I). the staple crops, the average load for ante, Walker, tho Progressive cnndl elected, with Ivey running second. polled less than 40,000 votes, You will remember that this is Slade, Hxperiment Station, Lexing- two mules on a main road was about Senator James P. Clarke was oppos while a year a;o Rlrd. Result In North Carolina. the second limn a Corn Show and ton, Ilohert Orahain. Experiment a thousand pounds before the road was can.tdate for governor, the Progressive ed for by Harry H. Myers, polled 120,crr Improved. After Its Improvement the Raleigh, N. C, Nov. 4. I S. OverFair has ever been held in Iterea. Station. Lexington, and some local average load was found to be 2,000 a Republican. A very light vote was Governor Hnldwln of Connecticut Is man, Democrat, was elected to tbe and the remarkable improvement sHakers. Clarke's majority pounds, and tho time consumed In defeated for the United States senate polled everywhere. United States senate. There was little goes to show that you farmers aro These (wo days will mean much hauling the larger load to market was on tho Democratic ticket Returns In Is about 25,000. A complete Demo opposition. Ten Democratic congress!on of nrandegee by cratic delegation was elected to condlcate tho wido nwako, and are laking a great lo us farmers. We can't much reduced. men were elected. afford to a safe majority. In Now Jersey It was gress. interest in your work. You cerlnin-l- y miss (his meeting. the samo story of Republican victory, are In bo highly congratulated IDEAS ON ROAD IMPROVEMENT The Republicans got control of the What Sulzer Says. on what you are doing in bettering ANNOUNCEMENT New York, Nov. 4. senate and have a majority of the low GOVERNOR HOOPER BEATEN your own condition and that of A complete list of the prize win 8ptedwaya, Trails or High er house. Congressman Allen U Sulzer says: "Without money, withyour own community. ways for Pleasure Traffic Not ners in (ho Corn Show and Fair will Walsh, representing; President Wil out newspaper support, without organWanted by Farmer. Allho thn nxhihils were a great bo published next week. We were son's own congre-tslonadistrict, was ization, It was Impossible for me to Tennessee Democrats Also Take Stats Legislature. feature of iho occasion, probably unable to get all the data together defeated. Two years ago ho received win, but I console myself with the knowledge that I havo elected Whitmajority of 4, COO. Nashville, Tenn.. Nov. 4. IncomHaulty has overtaken the advo the inspiration and helpful sugges- nerorc goius to press. Look out man, beaten Glynn, made Roosevelt plete retur.is Indicate the election of tions reoolvod by those present, were next week find find a complete and cates of better rural highways. In the old days the good road advocate OUTCOME STILL IN DOUBT ridiculous and driven from public life Thomas C. Rye, Democratic nominee tho most important thinKs after all. correct list of priie winners. tho conspirators who stole the gover- lor governor, over Governor Hen v. dreamed of nothing less than macad Hooper, Republican Incumbent am, and his yUlonlngs ran often to The Vote In Ohio Was the Closest In norship." Rye WHICH FARMERS WILL BE PROS-- x bo high but all know that corn and made gains In manv counties over the paths and concrete coun Many Years. Senator Dillingham an i no mill reeds aro going to ho try lanes. All the rural world rolled PEROUS NEXT YEAR majorities i?lven the Democratic nomColumbus, O.. Nov. 4. Unofficial re Rurllngtpn, VL.Nov. 4. Tho two Re inee In 1912. high, loo. Harley C. tlio Valley smoothly by over traffic ways that Fnrm nnd Fireside says: turns Indicate that tbe woman suffrage publican candidates for congress have Indications are that all congressmen "Here is a Rafo bet: Tho fanner Farmer. The com crop of tho would cost anywhere from 15,000 to amendment to the statn constitution carried the election by an overwhelmnnd that TnnosHt-art will United Stales is not much larger in $16,000 per mile. That was before is going lo make money next year. ing majority. The entire Republican have a Democratic legislature. The the former had really entered Into the has been defeated overwhelmingly. fcWhnl farmor? Why, the ono who bushels than il was in 1913; we go movement and before the small town Tho vote for governor Is very close state ticket, headed by C. W. Gates of surprise has been tho small ote In the into Iho feeding season witli cribs plans It Ml 'out this wilder!" merchant, the rural banker, and the between Governor Cox, Democrat, and Franklin, was carried, and the sena- Hooper stronghold, east and middle entirely empty and (here is a treat county scat cities bad begun to think Willis, Republican, and may require torial contest was won by Dillingham, Tennessee. APPLE GROWERS SHOULD AD- Kuropeaii war in progress which. If about good roads In terms of dollars the official count to determine It. The Republican. it continues long enough is bound to and cents. Twenty years of agitation senatorial returns Indicate tbe election VERTISE IN CITY PAPERS California's Voluminous 'Ballot. A Light Vote In Texas. of Harding, Republican, over Hogan San Framlsco, Nov. 1. With nn unIn tho current issue of farm and make grain of all kinds higher In has brought us face to face with the (Democrat), Austin, Tex., Nov. 4. An unusually precedented vote and a ballot that confact that Fireside, the national farm paper Vrico (ban over before. So it is no speedways, the taxpayer docs not want Tho two principal cities of Ohio light vote was polled In Texas. James tains, In to stuto officers anJ trails or roads wonder that fanners aro asking if it published at Springlleld, Ohio, Hert for pleasure traffic, says St. Louis Re- went strong ncalnnt prohibition. Cleve- II. Ferguson, Democrat, was elected Judges In every county, Ouiek, editor of (hat publica- is going to pay heller to feed or bet public. The man on the farm wants land voted wet by 40.000 and Cincin- governor by about ltiO.OOO majority. state constitutional amendments, tho bert ter lo sell this corn. Tho crop of a good firm, well drained highway that nati by more than 50,000, or 12 to 1. Hoth tho Republicans and Progres- (ask of counting Is fo stupendous that tion, writing about Iho apple mar ket, says that pooplo who are seek-- 1 pigs raised this year is largo enough he can use at any and all seasons of Columbus, the capital, voted dry by a sives had state tickets In tbe field, but tho full rcrults probably will not be t known for hours. The mg o economize m war tune snotim lo furnish a full supply of pork if il the year, and he does not wantto be very small majority. Home rule In tboy received small support Cleveland won by about, 10.000, and women polled a particularly heavy e have their attention di reeled to tho is red onl to maturity. Will tho bankrupted or driven to the Lost His Interest Esrly. also In Cincinnati. Columbus voted In getting tt. vote. Johnson, Progressive, nrpears apple ns a choap and wludesnmo corn growers feed to that stage or Washington. Nov. 4. President Wil certain to be elected governor, and Inagainst home rule, but only by a small Hiihslittiln for things which liavo will they sell as soon as the hogs nro ton early lost Interest In the election dications are that thn prohibition majority. Laying Pullstt. thoy will sell nnd went to bed shortly after 9 30. Ho amendment has been defeated. gone up in price. Ho continues: salable? Wo-lhiPullets very often aro slow at startRepublican Governor In Kansas. made no statement on the result of "Tho organized apple growers early and Dial tho man who has hogg ing to lay owing to becoming too fat. Topeka, Nov. 4. Kansas breakB the elections. should inako an advertising cam to go on the market in 1015 will bo In growing pullets there should be Mr. Taft Is Reconciled. congressional even on New Haven, Conn.. Nov. 4, paign in tho city papers. Tench tho well paid for his feed nnd trouble more nitrogenous and leas carbo electing Its each way. Thedelegation, In Rhode liland. campaign four expressed himself, on naceous food given them. people tbo valuo of apples as a food. TANKAGE THE Provldente, Nov. 4. It was a cle" tho result Tnft election as follows: made by tbe Progressive party was CHEAPEST PROof thq '"An nppo a day keeps the docIhe only thing: that prevented a Re sweep for Republicans all over Rboda "1 am very much plo4 eu to TEIN Importance of Movement, bear tbe tor away,' it ig said, and there is no publican landslide and the election of Island, tbe Progressives generally re- good news of a Or tho 2.000,000 miles or publlo Reniilit"an victory, I Tankage is again likely to ho our every candidate of that party. Arthur turning to the fold. doubt thai this king of nil fruits has earnestly bore that It will help busicheapest source of protein lo bal- roads In the United States only about Capper, Republican, was elected for great dietary valuo. ness and tend to rchtoro contblance. ance the corn ration for hogs this two hundred a thousand miles have governor by about 20,000, and proba Senator Gore buying clubs should Incidentally It seems ,'e'et; .to the been given hard surface. This bly will pull all the state Oklahoma City Nov. 4. Senator Progressive party through ticket to mid Its ho encouraged to buy nnd store np- - winter, says tho Valley Fanner. Wo shows the Importance of the good Thomas P. Goro, Democrat, has been Innocuous desuetude. I am reconciled C. It. with him, as well as havo found tankage a splendid feed roads movement 'plcs while tboy nro cheap." by a good majority to the to Curtis, tho candidate for United States returned ns well ns u conditioner. Hogs fed this result." senator. About 160,000 womta of the United States senate. WILL IT PAY TO FEED HO0S1 Poor Highways. on a ration of tnnkngo nro tisunll) eligible list voted. Cummings May Be Defeated. Poor highways lessen the profit of Ono of tho problems western farm- contented. In Tact wo havo often Mann RElected to Congrst. labor, Increase tbe cost of living, bur Ds Moines, la., Nov. t.- - The vote Chicago, Nov. 4. James R. Mann, ers are figuring on at this time Is, beard il is said (lint chicken-eatin- g Louisiana's Usual Vott. for the United States "enatorshli Is den the enterprise of the people, New Orleans, Nov. 4. Eight Demo Republican floor leader In the hoaie, vory close and Cummings may be 'dewhethor tbcro is going to be much bogs will givo up tho habit if thoy tbe morality of our cltltenshlp dull and cratic congressmen were elected la was to the congress In the feated. ' profit in feeding hogs during the j are supplied for some timo with a hold down the educational advance Bscond district of Illinois Louisiana with th ujua! pluralities. next year. All know that hogs will good ration of tankage. ment of ihs country. i Baltmlay, October 31, will cor Inlnly bo remembered ns Urn "IiIk day" of tbo yonr 101 i by tlio farm or nml their fninitli'8 of Mnilium Kflllll, .Innkson, llnrkcnsllo and oilier adjoining counties, anil clliem of MAJORITY REDUCED GrealiGains. SWEEP THAT STATE Republicans Scored a old-tim- SS T : e 75,-00- o'.d-tlm- e "ton-mile;- "ton-mile,- "ton-mile- s Joy-Rid- e brick-pave- e Joy-ride- r forty-elgli- forty-eigh- poor-hous- nk , , n I'ARO l'oilr. THE CITIZEN Novombor 5, 1014. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BERHA. AND VKTN1TY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES Mrs. Chas. Burdelto A fFall Suits,$18, $25 and We believe our Fall stocks comprise the very things that college Very Smart down to $12, $15 men and young men will want to Balmacans, $10 to $20 are the wear. The most exacting tastes Mackinaws, $8 to $12 will surely meet with satisfacnew Florsheim Shoes,$5, $6 Tucked Shirts, BRECK & EVANS RICHMOND, RY. FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, AND LIVE STOCK INSURANCE See the New Life Policy. returned last week from Clarksburg, Ind, where she has been visiting for the past two or three- weeks. Ilunlellc St Sons received the con tract for the ronslruction of the tion here. $1,$1.50, $2 new poslofllcc In be located In the Welch block on Chestnut St. Mr. Edwin Tatum, who is tele THE OCC STUDIO graph operator at Ft, Eslill June Mr. and Mrs. Harry McCluro spent lion, spoil several days the past Q. C PURKKY, Prop. tho week end In Corbln. They were week with town friends and rela High Class Photographs, attending a family reunion of Mrs. l'es. Enlarging, Kodac Finishing MeC.lure's relatives. Latent shapes in ladies' and girls' Picture Framing All cereals fresh at Cornell's Grodress hats $3.10 to ?3.00. Children's Over Berea Bank and Trust Co. ad cery, A com- bals best bargain ever. Mr. Karl Hays who has been spendBARQAIrfS WATCHES plelo line. It will pay you lo come WATCHES down to Chestnut SI. nnd see what ing several weeks at homo returned Go to Marcnm'i to get your Jew a nice lint you can get for such to Bloomingtom Illinois, Sunday. elry. Everything guaranteed. Price little money. Tho friends of Mr. and Mrs. Knight Mrs. Laura Jones. the lowest, quality considered. (ad) will be glad to know that her long terminated at noon Tuesday Next door to Clarkiton's Hard Mr. S. K. Richardson is visiting hi.? illness in the birth of a boy, and that she many lown friends this week. ware. Main StreoU doing nicely at this writing. Mr. We are serving the public in a Is enthusiastically of the most desirable manner in the way Knight speaks TABLE L. & N. TIME hospital and you need. Don't good work dono by the of advertising what North Itound, Local says the llrst great need of this 7:00 a. m. 10:55 p. m be afraid to read our ads, they are splendid institution is for more Knoxvilio 3:51 a. in clean. The Citizen is always at tho room. It is certainly to tho interest 1:07 p. m. HEREA 7:45 a. in front on new things. 0:15 p. in. Cincinnati county nnd especially Miss Matilda Medlock of Annville, of the whole South Bound, Local county, was a Berea visitor the Collego lo build onto our hos 8:15 p. m Jackson 0:10 a. in. Cincinnati pital at an early dato. Tuesday. 12:37 p. m. 12:25 a. m from Saturday until 11EP.EA Miss Marie White returned to her Mr. Geo. Parrctt visited his 5:50 a. in 7:00 p. m. Knoxville home at Whites Station after spend in Ml. Vernon, Hockcastlo Express Train ing several weeks with Miss Ruth county, Sunday. No 33 will slop to lako on passcn-por- e Bundren of Germantown, Ohio. Miss Lou Phillips was at home at for Knoxville and points beyond Mr. O. C. Sehwiering, former tu Wildie over Sunday. South Bound tor at Berea College, is principal of Miss Laura Isaacs, a student of 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati the Eastern Ky. State Normal School tho High School at Cheyenne, Wyo 11:15 a. in. BEIIEA spent tho week end ming and sends greetings to friends. No. 32 will slon at Berea to lake at Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Arcli Smith nro re O., and with her parents on Depot St. on passengers for Cincinnati, Miss Gertrude Bcecher, a Senior joicing over the arrival of a flno points boyond. of the Collego Department, under- ten pound boy born October 25. Both North Bound went an operation for tonsilitis at mother and baby are doing well. 1:55 p. m. BEIIEA the Collego Hospital this week. 8:50 p. m. Cincinnati Mrs. Laura Jones has in new hats and shapes every week whilo tho COMING EVENTS season lasts. Bought Into and can November. give you a splendid hal for the II, Lyceum Number Strickland lowest price. Call and see her. (ad) Oillilnn. 21, Lyceum Number Reading; All the unmarried members of the Gargbill Bccrher. Faculty were guests at a parly given 20, Thanksgiving Day. .9:45 a. in. in their honor at the Todd House, on Procession. 10:00 a. m. Thanksgiv- Prospect St, last Monday evening ing Sermon and Praiso meeting. In the course of the evening, a quilt 2:00 p.m. Sporls. 4:30 p. in. Depart-ment- was made, each person present con Receptions. 5:15 p. m. Din- tributing a patch. Tho quilt will Stoves be presented to the first member to ner and Toasts. become victim to Cupid's darts. Mr. Jas. Hillman left lust Satur- There was a large Stoves number present day for his homo in SI. Paul, Va, and a jolly time is reported. to lako part in the election which Stoves Don't forget you can always get is in progress this week. the best hat for your money at Mrs. ad Call Cornett's Grocery. Stoves Laura Jones. Every one will tell The members of the different Gor- you that. Ask them. (ad) man classes of the College departMr. Joe Riddle, a last year's stud ment met at tho homo of Prof. Rum-ol- d ent, stopped over for a brief visit last Wednesday evening dur- with Berea friends Tuesday. He was ing Vesper Hour for a German sing. on his way to his home in Brod-hea- d, Mr. Charles Burdetlo made a busiRockcastle County. ness trip to Maysville Saturday. Miss Frances Sproule, who has A number of Academy peoplo been visiting near Berea the part went on an all-dwagon party to three weeks returned to Battle Brush Creek Caves Monday. Creek, Mich, Wednesday. If it's now you'll And it at Hayes Mrs. Jane Ealridge of Richmond (ad) was in town on a business call last k Gott's. Mrs. Peck, of the Academy faculty, Monday. underwent an operation for appenTho Collego Seniors enjoyed a dicitis at tho CoIIego Hospital Mon- walking party Tuesday evening. day. Mrs. E. M. Burns of Chicago is Miss Ma McDowell of Jackson Hats! Habjl Ladies' Hats! at Mrs. with her sjstcr, Mrs. G. II. Felton on exLaura Jones, Chestnut St., Berea, Ky. Jackson Street, and expects to ro- - County arrived last week for an tended visit with Miss Nina King. Nobby school hats for girls and main for a part of the winter. Mr. II. C. Spivee of West Union St. ladies at 50 and 75 cents. Ladies' Mrs. B. F. Harrison has returned tasty black and white sailor trim- from a visit with her mother, Mrs. purchased a farm near Paint Lick from Mrs. Jano hstndge of uicli- B. Park of Estill County. med $2.00 to S2.50. (ad; anil Mrs. Chester Parker gavo niond this week. Mr. Mr. Donald Edwards, who has When you havo any thing to sell been located in Dayton, Ohio, since a very delightful dinner party to i get rid if it is lo number of their friends Saturday tho proper way to Commencement, paid his parents a let the peoplo know you have il for .several days visit (he first of the evening at their homo on Center are StrecL Tho guests seated it the sale. Our advert'sing columns week. were: tho places to insert this valuable Dr. F. M. Robinson moved from table with Mr. and Mrs. Parks knowledge to tho people. his temporary residenco on Chest- Mr. and Mrs. Noel Mitchell, Miss IleniLniber the Col eso Karuen al Oldham, and Miss Nina King. nut St, into tho property on Estill Nettie nursery of Berea has a A party of students thoroly enjoy SI, which he recently purchased standed a trip to Brush Creek Caves Mon grapes and strawberries, all from Mr. Cornell. ard varieties used in this climate. The Misses Carrulhers and Bryan' day. made Miss Mario Bower left Friday for Tho cry is "buy American left tho latter part of last week for Horcan? Why not days with products." a ten days' trip thru tho mountains, Cincinnati to spend a few straw with a view of studying and ob- friends in tho city. She returned Grapes 83.00 per hundred, ad-2- 2 berries, 30c per hundred. serving tho methods of school man- home at tho first of tho week. agement. Mrs. Sallie Adams who has been GIFTS FOR CHILDREN OF EUROPE All the new style sweaters, all living in tho west end of town for colors, all prices for men, women 8omo time moved back to hor old The United Slates Government will send a vessel from Now York dock and children at Hayes and Gott. (ad) home on Center Street last week. November 10th, to tako Christmas Gifts to tho Children of Europo free. Tho Kxprcss Companies nro uniting in this generous scrvico by offering lo carry all packages frco that aro marked "Christmas Gifts for the Children of Europe." In order to gel lo Now York in timo tho packages must bo delivered to tho local exBeginning November 9, Gordon, the Richpress olUco here at Berea by Saturmond Turkey Man, will receive your turkeys. day of this week. cll al J. S. STANIFER Richmond, Kentucky A CORRECTION J. S. STANIFER d, FARM FOR SALE D00 Two weeks ago thrush the death of Mr. Robert fntlior was reported. Ho mains very poorly at his Loudon. Father of mankind. In whoso Manila la destiny of mm and nations, bow before thee In shame and humillatl-ithat the pasalons, tho follies, the blindness. Ilia wIckrdnrM, of men should strike athwart thy purponn that thy kingdom should come and thr will be dono In earth as In hraren. Wo beseech thra In thtna Infinite mercy to shorten tho agony of tho nations la deadly strife. Soon may the word bo sheathed, and may tho handa that are lifted against each other In war soon clasp each other In lulling frleii'lahlp. Out of the encircling gloom of war may thy light shine, and may men ar mora clearly than ever before that In thy peace snd thlna obedience Is the weal of the nations as well as the rst of the soul. We Implore Ihee on behalf of the men In the field, of nil the natlona encased In strife. Kven while they are bravely do tng their duty to their countries may they remember that they are Christian men and that the honor of their religion as well as of their cuuntry Is In their keep Ing. May those who fall In the Held fall a men whose quenchless faith la In the "Captain of their salvation." For those who are wounded we pray that kind hearts and gentle and skillful hands may minis. ter to them and soon restore them to health and strength. Ui acre farm bound lo sell in an error Spenco's Clay County, on beau" of Sexton Creek. Onu half restill reA good 2 homo in mainder in cultivation. story house and very good outbuildings, orchard, 2 gardens, good waler, good wood, everything convenientSchool, Church, Etc. Six miles from II. 11. I menu to sell at "Before Thee In Shame." a bargain. If interested call on or From the Ctirl.it Inn World Pulpit: write, I. B. Robinson, Dallia. Ky. (ad-10) Circumstances Altar. "So you defy me 7 DM you not promise to love, honor nnd nheyT" "I wn married on that platform," admitted the wife, "hut conditions have altered, nnd I shrill have to repudiate wiiiie of lt. planks." UmliTllle 'nnrler-.?mir- i Only In tho region of Opatorr II1 the Austrlnn resist with rery Inrae forciis but they wtm thrown hark beyond the lUvor Opaorka. Tim Atitrlna',fortiried position has baen revaaled In (lullcla. On thn left bank of the Sun ths Russian truops haro penetrated to thn Tillage of Nm. ko and Iistp opened a vigorous On the rest or tho front tharo Is no substantial change The Sixteenth Prlxt. Now York, Nov. 3. The Jlrltlth atcamohlp Van Dyrk, bound lor with 1!0 pnHnK"rs on board, has been sunk In the South Atlnntte by the German cruiser Karlsruhe pen The passengers wero and landed safely nt I'ura. Itnizll The Van Djrk Is the sixteenth merchant man riyliiK thn lirltlMi flsi; to fall a vie tlm to the lisrlsnilie. New-Yor- Opposing Armies in a Clash (Continued from pago 1) troops continued without tiinarsucr. trinhi STOVES Big Big Big Big "Poison Pen" Letters Admitted. KllJu. eth. X J., (let 27. Mr N. L Pollard has confessed to helnc the author of the series of "poison pen letters' that have been the sensation oi prominent members of society In thli city. Fish's Millinery The Style and Quality Line sad Center St., Berea, Ky. "paint A LICK great man is coming, I le v. W. D. Powell of Louisville will be nt Mount Tabor Church Sunday, Nov. Maia 8th. Everybody invited. Little Little Little Stoves Stoves Stoves Stoves Little The New Garments For Ladies' . . . ay Coats, Suits, Dresses, Shirt Waists SKIRTS, $1.98 to $7.98 In the Newest Modes Telephone In His Mausoleum. tins onttu-eh telephone In his new SS.O0U muiimleuni In the Uhihlniid Ijtwn (Indlanal cemetery lie will pujr rent fur enuueb In advance always lo cort-- r a fev month beyond his dentil. Some years ngu. when Sheets hint n monument erected at the crave of tiU father, be made statement of what he "ilJ for the muii utnrnt hihI the amount It rout him cm lu Knmlle -- Jlartlu Sheet HATS and EVERYTHING For Ladies' Wear 11 B. E. BELUE & COMPANY Richmond, Kentucky well-stock- Wo were greatly surprised at tho Corn Show Saturday lo learn how much Tho CitUcn is liked by tho farmers, and especially thoso who aro at tho front in Ihe progressive farmer rank. Wo aro always glad lo meet tho men and women who aro interested in tho farm enterprise and aro readers of good newspapers like Tho Citizen. Lino up now and wo shall extend your subscription to Jan. 1, 1010. TE CASH STORKS FALL EXHIBIT Of the Correct New Styles in Men's and Boys' 5000 Fat Turkeys Wanted Wanted, 5000 turkeys that are ready. It pays the farmer to haul his turkeys to the market. Call Gordon on Phone No. 803 Clothes Hats, Shoes and Fine Furnishings Ready-to-wear Normal Head tho account of tho School road working and get somo Don'l good points on good roads. you think an Idea or two of this kind mixed with a little brawn would Improvo tho country conditions wonderfully? see CLARKSTON LPiS is now ready and complete and we can say with pardonable pride that never before have we or any other store in Berea shown such extensive assortments or such attractive values. We earnestly invite your inspection of the new goods whether you intend to buy or not, and should you wish to buy our assortments are surely large enough and our values good enough to certainly please you. F. H. GORDON Shipper of Dressed Poultry . Hardware and Groceries Near Ico Plant HAYES & GOTT "The Cash Store" BEREA, KENTUCKY Phone 803 RICHMOND, KENTUCKY 64 Etill Ave. MAIN STREET, Near Bank November 5, 1014. THKCmZKN Ml. Draughnn, nalllnger nnd Field- Ptf fir. er wero subs. Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky Just to remind you of our Savings Department 4 per cent interest paid on any amount for any length of time in this department The College line-u- p was: Tcmplo- ton, C, Oillcy, HO, Morgan, I.O, Ash-e- r, IlT, Bovco, I.T, Ellloll, FlK, St. Clair, QB, Coyle, IUI, llarrold, MI, Hanson FB. The fcnltiro playing on tho Voca- llonal was dona by Jones, Howling and McCann, on tho Col logo by St. Clair. Tho game ns a wholo showed a lack of practice ns there was very little real systematic team work on cither sldo. Messrs. Aden Ogg and Morris Phil lips umpired the game, and Mr. Sheldon Davis acted as official score keeper. HALLOWE'EN 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 JOHN . DEAN, Cashier A Complete Line of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, LADIES' and MEN'S FURNISHINGS SPECIAL PRICES ON Men's Suits Ladies' Suits Boys' Suits Ladies' Coats RICHARDSON & COYLE Main Street .... I Berea, Kentucky College New COLLEGE vs. VOCATIONAL The College and Vocational loams met on llio main nthlclic Ik-I- Monday afternoon for their llrst scheduled game of the series. The Vocational! won by a score of 12 to 0. In llio Mr st half the collegu men showed good interference and did not allow their opponents a point, making six points themselves, however. Kvorytbiiif? pointed to a col- Ickw victory. The second half, how- ever, showed a turning of the tide In Vocational favor, and they sc- cured twelve points in the- course of the last two nunrlcrs. was as The Vocational line-u- p follows: l'ergam, C, Tipton, RO, Smith, I.O. Fanner, IlT, Deadrlck, Ir, Short. Hi; Allen LK, Jones, QU, McCann, KB, Bowling, IUI, Bowman, - Last Saturday evening was tho long anticipated nnd most enjoyed event of tho wholo year. Hallow e'en, the cvo when spooks and gob lins nrn at largo and everything as sumes an unranny aspect; when the inanimate become animate and the whole physical world seems to work in direct antithesis to its regular principles. Berea was not Immune" to tho Ghostly of tho evening. spectres stalked tho streets, some times singly, sometimes in groups; mysterious beings glided here nnd there In tho darker places' of tho campus; I ho air seemed full of thin, vapory forms, which disap peared at a proffered touch. Hero and there shone tho wicrd light of illumining tho a way for somo spookish wanderer. Everything was enveloped in a po culiar, mystic shroud. Tho school observed the occasion by departments, each having its own separate social function, and all were, for the most part, masquerade Yankeo affairs. ingenuity was greatly in evidence in the highly grotesque costumes of the masquer aders. Old attics bad been rummaged, old closets ransacked and ev ery available source exhausted In the collecting of material for tho "get-up- ." evening wero There tinges of tho old colonial, of the great west, of tho southern habit, and nlso much that was suggestive of tho supernatural. Tho College Department spent the evening at Prof. Ilaine's House out Scaffold Cane Pike. After ducking for apples in a largo tub of water; mostly in vain, all adjourned to the ham where amid true Hallowe'en jack-o'-lante- R. H. CHRISMAN "The Furniture Man" Chestnut Street f member. This was put on tho road surroundings, a liberal supply cider and cookies were seryecj, after to smooth tho surface and to show drag will do for which Prof. Ital no entertained with what tho split-lo- g sovcral readings suited io tho oc- dirt roads. Berea, Kentucky must go back to driving nails Public Sale! Having decided to quit farming I will on Saturday, November 14, 1914 At 10:00 o'clock A. M. At the place known as the John Gabbard or C. C. Preston farm, three miles from Berea on the Richmond Pike, sell to the highest and best ; bidder my stock and farming tools as follows: ) hands high, 8 years old, in foal to Bradshaw brood mare 15 Beecher jack. 1 buggy mare 16 hands high, 11 years old, in foal to horse. 1 good yearling heifer. 1 good Jersey cow, 3 years old. 1 thoroughbred Poland China sow. Some fat hogs. 1 2 4 in. Studebaker wagon, 7 bbl. bed with seat, good as new. 1 good set of wagon harness. 1 buggy and buggy harness. 1 Brown pivot beam cultivator, good as new. 1 1- -2 casion. The Academy folk met in the Parish House, which was elaborately decorated with Hallowe'en fixtures of various designs. Hero all made merry with games, fortune-tellinThere was and other pastimes. plenty of frivolity and an abundanco Mr. Hancock is of refreshments. credited with having told a ghost story which made ono's hair fairly stand on end. Tho Normal people assembled in Lhn unner chancl. where they had their celebration for tho evening. Games were played, contests engaged in, and all enjoyed themselves to tne utmost. Ilcfrcshmenls were also in vogue, and greatly relished. Tho Vocational Department neia their social at tho collcgo barn, It took shape in tho form of a good, husking bee. A keen spirit of rivalry was maintained among tho buskers which added much zest to ilia occasion. Al though tho "bee" occupied tho great er part of the evening, tncro was still timo for games and other amusements. Tho Foundation people collected in the tabernacle, their regular place for all such gatherings. Tho recent (lorn Show nrovented any at tempt at decoration but what was lacking thru this phase was made up in other ways. A grand march was held tho first of tho evening, which served as a mixer for the larco numbers nrcsonL Amusements of a strictly Hallowo'cn nature wero engaged in, of which Fortune-tel- l' ing proved most popular. Tho spirit of tho occasion was manifest thruout and it was with reluctance that they disbanded at 9:30. Besides the school socials there ' . . ! i .. ... , til WITH 1I13U lllilU U ICW nn.llnn in. 1UIHU3 immcdiato vicinity. Ev- -' town and crybody seemed to bo In for a prop-- 1 g, ed About 11 o'clock tho young women of tho Department arrived with a conductor and added inspiration by their presence and songs. A wagon soon arrived with lunch. A bon-- II ro was built, delicious coffee was mado by somo of tho girls and tho sumptuous dinner prepared at the boarding hall was served to tho hungry roadworkcrs and their fair visitors who mingled merry conversation with good things to cat. Our readers will appreciate the After an hour of good cheer and full account of returns. fellowship brightened by songs and We aro out a little late on account friendly jests the young men should of the returns. .the-electio- ered tools for another half day of strenuous labor on tho road. Tho young ladies after visiting tho lop of the mountain returned to Berea. The young men worked with a will till 4 o'clock, completing over 500 yards of road up tho mountain side. This road day, which has become a permanent. featuro of the Normal Department, is only ono of the many methods employed lo make tho work of tho department extremely practical to tho students and tho country people. Joe W. Stephens Meat Market FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES Fruits and Vegetables Mill Feed, Flour and Meal OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE. Main Street, Berea GIVE US A CALL Safety First Is our motto at all times. Our custom- ers' interest is ours. If you do business of any kind you cannot afford to pass us by sin nl.onmmnnn rxt I Ilia II mnlt fin nrOfl occasion. Thero was a noticeable lack of any rowdyism or vandalism on the nart of either students or townspeople which speaks highly for tho character or tho piaco. woxt to a sane Fourth comes a sane Hal lowe'en and ours may truthfully bo said to Jiavo been a sano one. ANNUAL ROAD WORKING. BEREA NATIONAL BANK BEREA, KENTUCKY 3-- 1 1 1 1 McCormick mowing machine. Deering self dump hay rake. one-horse John F. Smith the On Thursday of last week students of the Training School and 7th, 8lh nnd 0th grades turned out on masso to work on tho road lead ing from Silver Creek lo tho fields nnd orchards on Hear Knob. Care made ful preparations had been beforo hand by committees of the Faculty and students to see that all tools and other necessary equipmont should bo within reach early so no timo would bo lost. Tho Faculty members and the young men lod by Dean McAllister and Prof. Hunt went out early and began work promptly with plow. scrapers, picks, suovcis, etc. woj road was widened In places, crook- -, cd places wero mado slraighl.ditchea wero cut for drainage, a culvort was put in, and tho old worn-oroad was made now. A King's split- log drag was made by the students under the direction of a Faculty ut A Wise Man The wise nun always prepares for a ran ot bard luck. An) body can get along when prices are good, when work is plentiful, when crops are good, when business is brisk, then it's all easy enough. Hut the prudent, conservative, careful man looks into the future and steadily piles up a balance at the bank to be used as a reserve incase 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. cultivator. bull tongue plow. About 50 bbls. corn and 100 shocks of fodder. I will also at the same time sell all my household and kitchen furniture, and many" other things too numerous to mention. Everything I offer is practically new, not over two years old. Everything must sell as I am going to leave the state. Terms made know on day" of sale. W. W. ADAMS. Chni'WinkleiyAuctioneer. Berea, Kentucky.) JACKSON COUNTY BANK McKee, Kentucky I'UKO Six. THE CITIZEN LAID A November TRAP FOR LISZT. 5, 10141. The Land of Broken Promises DANE COOLIDGE By HANDY LITTLE WALL POCKET And A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution lie was going south, thoy were moving west, but It was Ave ml lea uorth again to the town. 8 pood was what was neodod and Copper llottom gave his boat They dashed into Kortuna like ft whirlwind, and Hooker raised his volco In a high yell. "lnsurrectosl" ho shouted. "Ladro-nea- t a Kortuna 1" There waa a rush, a moment's si lence, and then heads appeared from every window and women rati ecreuui-lowith tho news. Aragon camo rushing (roin tho store and confronted him angrily; then, reading conviction In his tones, ho called for horses and ran frantically Into the house. A shrill screech came from the hillhad side, whero a serving-womascampered to view tho valley, and, as she pointed her finger and screamed, mothers laid hold of their little, ones and started up the valley on foot. Still the men ran about In the horse-peand Aragon adjured his womenfolk In the house. Burning with Im patience, Hud spurred hta way to the corral where they were fumbling with reata and rigging- and dropped a rope on the first horse he saw. Then he from a tremsnatched a bling peon and slapped It on the brute's back. Grabbing up the bridle, he led the horse back to tho house and bridled it while he shouted for haste. Still the women tarried, and the aound of galloping came from the south. Then, as all seemed lost, the Mexicans came bumping out from the stable with the family coach, Aragon and hia wife leaped In, and Oracla, came neatly attired 'In a rldlng-sklrt- , tripping down the steps. Even In such times as these she seemed to reallxo her first duty to herself, and Hooker had to gaze for a moment before he helped her up. She offered ber foot and vaulted lightly Into the saddle; the coach went pound-laon ahead; and as the servants scattered before her she galloped off at the side of Dud. Behind them the rumble of distant hoofs rose up like the roaring of wai tere, and the shrieks of fleeing women echoed from the roadside, but once safely in the canyon their lead was n n side-saddl- e g THR FIGHTING FOOL," "HIDDEN WATERS," "THE TEXICAN," Etc Author of Illustrations by DON J. LAVIN Oorriftit. 111 by Frank A. Manwr.l g j scamperon V tho M. In Tacl, sfie rode cloao beside him, spurring when he spurred and, finally, when the shower of etray bullets had passed, she led on around the house. "Won't you help me take my homo Inside the walla?" she 'asked. Ilud followed nfter her, circling the fortress whose blank adobo walls gave shelter to the screaming women, and she smiled upon him with the most en gaging confidence. "I know you will have to go soon," sh raid, "and I suppose I've got to be shut In with those creatures, but we must be sure to save our horses. Some bullets might hit them, you know, and then we could not run away! "You remember your promise!" she reminded, as Hud gazed at her In as tonlshment. "Ah, yes, I know you did otherwise you would not have picked such a good horse for me. This roan Is my father's best riding horse. You must put yours Innlde the wall with him, and when thr time Is right we will get them and ride for the line." "What?" cried Hooker Incredulously, "with the country full of rebels? They're liable to tate the town In half T3e7loor unfl Into uiu summer garden. Here n sudden outcry of women's voices assnlled their ears Ilka a rush of wind and thoy beheld peon mothers running to mid fro with their scream-inchildren chtscd to their breasts or dragging at their skirts. A few help-lesmen were trying to keep them quiet, but as tho bullets began to thud against the adobe wnlls the garden became a bedlam. Oracla stood and surveyed tho scene for a moment. Ignoring the hulking Bud with disdainful eyes. Then she anatched her hand Indignantly away and ran to pick up n child. That was all, but Hooker knew what she thought of him. Ho passed through the house, ho ping to discover where she had gone, out all ho heard waa her commanding , volco as ehe silenced the wailing worn I and, feeling somehow very much out of placo, he stepped forth Into the 0)Cn, ( After all. for a man of hla build, the open waa best. Let the boya atay with the ladles thoy understood their ways. e whlto-handed tiovontecn thousand rounds of the precloua bad been tie llvercd to tho excited miners and now, except for what few the Americana had saved, there was not a cartrldgo In camp. Very soberly tho superintendent assured the leaders that he had no more; they pointed at the full belts of the American guard and demanded them as their right; and when tho Americans refused to yield they flow Into a rngo and threatened. All In all, It was a pitiful exhibition of and Imbecility, and only tho flnnnew of the superintendent prevented a real spilling of blood. Tho Mexicans retired In a huff nnd broke into the cnntlna, nnd ns tho night camo on (ho valley to thlrty-thlrtlo- an hour!" CHAPTER XXII. "No, Indeed they will not!" respond ed Oracla with spirit. "You do not The superintendent's house stood on understand the spirit of us Sonorans! a low bench abovo the town, looking out over all the valley, but protected by a high hill behind, upon the summit of which was placed a mammoth black war M tho 8n"'an con-ecc,ved "landing his when Kuard ,n tho corredor, rncounterwd Oracla Aragon on hor evening walk, 1,0 cou,d scarcely conceal a grin. nat are you laughing at, lienor Hooker?" ahe demanded with asperity. Is It ao pleasant, with a houseful of frightened women and screaming chll dren, that you should make fun of our plight?" puch WM v"'r , . i .1 "er, forth, distributing arms and rushing their women to cover; Don Juan, hla chin quivering with excitement, was imploring all comers to be calm; and the Aragons, coming flying up to the door, added the butt touch to the panic. They with their eyes had seen the rebels; they were riding In from the south I Other men, equally excited, swore they were coming from the north, and a disorderly body of miners, armed as if by magic with guns which had long lain hidden, banked themselves about the store and office and clamored for more and more cartridges. Then a rip of gun-firechoed from serosa the canyon, and the miners made a rash to the attack. The whistle, which bad obscured ail tound as a cloud obscures the light, stopped suddenly. In its roar, and the crowd at the hotat became calm. The superintendent, a wiry, little man, with decision in every movement, came running from his fort-likhouHo on the hill and ordered tll the women to take shelter there and take tbelr children with them. So. while the rifles rattled and etray bullets began to knock mud from the wulls, tboy went straggling up the hill, rich and poor, patrician and peon, while the air waa rent by the walls of the Mexican women, who held thumselves as good as captured by the revoltosos, concerning whose scruples thoy entertained no 8o-no- ra e gray-haired e half-India- galloping and poiftlllons lashing from both sides, the whole cavalcade swept Into the plaza while the town of For-tunwent mad. Already the great whistle was blowing hoarsely, its deep reverberations making the air tremble as If with fear. Americans were running back and never lessened and, with coach-horse- s a Women and ChllSren Took 8hslUr There. Can't you see how the firing has slackened? The miners have driven your rebels back already, and they will do more they will follow them up and kill theml Then, when the rebels aro In flight and Del Rey und his rurales aro away, that will be a good time foi us to slip off and make our dash for the line!" "Nothing doing!" announced Hooker, as he dismounted at the corral. "You dgn't know what you're talking about! But I will leave my horse here," he udded; "I sure don't want him to get hurt" "But you promised!" protested Oracla weakly. "IromIsed nothing!" retorted Bud ungraciously. "I promised to take care of you, didn't I? Well, what's the use of talking, then? You better stay right here, where you're safe. Come on, let's go to the house!" "No!" cried Oracla, her dark eyea turning misty with imminent tears. "Oh, Mr. Hooker!" she burst out, "didn't I keep them all waiting while I T I thought you put on this rldlng-sklr- t had come to take me away! What do I care to be safe? I want to be free! I want to run away and go across the tine to dear Phlll" she faltered. The she looked up at him sharply aad ber voice took on an accusing ton. "Aha!" she said, us If making some discovery, "so that is Itt I thought perhaps you were afraid!" "What?" demanded Bud, put suddenly upon the defensive. "I might have known it." soliloquized Oracla with conviction. "You are jealous of dear I'hll!" "Who? Me?" cried Hooker, smiling, down at her grimly. "Well, let it go at that," he said, as she regarded him with an arch smile. "I'd certainly be a fool to take all those chances for nothing. Let him steal bis own girl that's what I say!" "Now that, Mr. Hooker," burst out Oracla In a passion, "Is very unkind and rude! Am I a woman of the town, to be stolen by one man or another? expected Am Illusions. The women of the aristocracy bore themselves with more reserve, as befitting their birth and station, and the Amoricans who gathered about them with their protecting rifles pretended that all would be well; but In the tnlnds of eyery oue was that name terror which found expression In the peon wall and, while scattered rebels and newly armed miners exchanged volleys on both sides of the town, the Americans sought out every woman and rushed ber up to the big house. 'There, it 'worst came to worst, they could make a last stand, or save thesa by a ransom. 6o,vfrom the ,old woman who tept the candy stand in the plaza to the wives of' the miners and the cherished womenfolk of the landowners, they were all crowded inside the broad halls of the big house; and seventy odd Americans, armed with company rifles, paced Ajurously along the broad verandas or punched loopholes in the adobe walls that inclosed the summer garden "That's what you would be," put In Bud, with brutal directness, "if these rebelB got bold of you. No, ma'am, I wouldn't take you out of this town for a hundred thousand dollars. You don't know what you're talking about, that's all! Walt till the fighting is over-g- ee! Did you hear that? Come, on, behind. Along with the rest went! Hooker let's get into the house!" He ducked suddenly aa a bullet went and Oracla, and, 'though her mother beckoned and' her father frowned ipang against the corrugated Iron roof sternly, the wilful daughter of the Ara- above them and, seizing her by the gon did not offer to leave htm as they hand, be hsjf .dragged her through a I" water tank. In Us architecture the casa grande was an exact replica of a i hacienda, a square of adobe brlcka, whitewashed met" she returned with a scornful curl to keep off the sun and presenting on of the Up. "But If all men were as three aides nothing but dense trees open as you, Mr. Hooker, we women planted near for shade. Along the wnllM nnvnr tilted In fink nllpstlnn. front was a long arcade, the corredor, Thl. m0rnln vou told mn I did not graced by a scries of massive arches know what , w talking about now I which let In the light and air. Insldo ,,rMUmo you ,ro thinking what e low chambers and long passages; nrdH ,h Mxlrn r! and. behind, the patio and garden of ..oh , know! Yml n(MK, nol dpn lt! orange and flg trees. You are nothing but a great blg- - T- Built for a sumptuous dwelling, It Jano! Yes, I was going to say 'brute,' became In a moment a fort and, with but you are a friend of dear Phil's, and men on the high hill by the tank. It so I will hold my tongue. If It wasn't woe practically Impregnablo to direct for that, I'd " She paused, leaving assault. him to guess. As Hooker stepped out on to the cov"Oh, I do wish he were here," ahe In hla breathed, leaning wearily against the ered porch with his saddle-guhand he became simply one more of a white pillar of an arch and gazing band of excited Americans, all armed down through the long arcade. and ready to defend the house to the "It was so close In there," ahe conlast. Some were pacing back and forth tinued, "I could not stand It a minute in the corredor, others were hurrying longer. These Indian women, you up from tho Mexican quarters with a know they weep and moan all the last belated handful of women, but tho time. And the children I am so sorry major portion were out on the open for them. I cannot go now, because bench, either gazing north and south they need mo; but tomorrow If Phil at the scenes of the distant firing or were- - here I would leave and ride for curlo-maengaging In a scramble for the line. any spem uuutu mat siruc. .. rul Irulav? Vnt .!?.. The fighting, euch as thero was, wo ThBn .,, th f,,,Phn mu.t h nolle. mostly up the canyon, where a large InR the town ,t , only of hlm , ara party of Sonoran miners had rushed In nfra,d The80 nMt re nothInKi pursuit 01 me reoeis. me unng down I agree with you! No! I am not angry the canyon In the direction of Old Kor with you at all now! But tomorrow, tuna had died away to nothing, and for just at duak, when all la still as It Is the moment It seemed as It the futile at this time, then. If Phil were here charge and retreat was the beginning I would mount tny brave horse and and the end of the battle. ride out by tho western paaa." A party of retools had penetrated 8hn ended rather Incnncluilvulv. let clear Into the town, but It was appar-- 1 tInB her V0Ce tra off wtatfully as she ' ently more by accident than Intention. walted (or Mm to apeak, but something and they had been quick to boat a re- - w.lhn movcd Hooker to hold his treat. As for the main command of PpaCe, and ho looked out over tho town the lnsurrectoa. they were reported st wthout commenting on her plans. It Chular, six miles up the railroad, I was evident to hlm that sho was deter-wherthey had surrounded and taken ,ined to enu.t ha svmiathv and In- a small mining camp and captured a volve him In her.wlld plot, and each train at the summit. time the conversation veered In that The column to the south the one direction he took refuge In a stubborn which Hooker had encountered bad silence. taken to the high hllte west of the "What are you thinking of, Mr. town, and, along the skyline of the ' Hooker?" she asked at last, as ho buttellke summits they could now be gazed Into tho dusk. "Sometime I seen In scattered bands making their scold you and sometimes I try to way to the north. please you, but I never know what you The defenders of Fortuna consisted think! I did not mean that when I garrison of twenty fed- said I could read your thoughts you of a rag-tacharging are so different from poor, dear Phil!" erals and the miners. But apparently that was a mumbled Iiud, shifting his combination hard to beat, for, whlla feet, and his face turned a llttlo grim. the federals entrenched themselves be"Aha!" she cried with hind the black tank on the hill and satisfaction, "you do not like me to prepared to protect the town, the So call him like that, do you? 'Poor, dear norans In shouting masses drove every- Phil,' like that! But do you know thing before them and marched on to why I do it? It is to punish you for attack Chular. never coming near me when I signed But In thia they made a mistake, for to you when I waited for you long the rebel scouts, seeing the great body ago! Ah, you were so cruel I I wantof defenders pressing on up the nar- ed to know you you were a cowboy, row canyon, rode back and Informed and I thought you were brave enough the tricky Bernardo Bravo. He would to defend me but you always rode be a poor general Indeed who could right by. Yes, that was It but I'hll not see tho opening that waa offered waa different! lie came when I sent and, while the valiant Sonorans pur- for him; ho sang songs to me at night; sued the rebel cavalry up the pass, he took my part agalnit Manuel del Bernardo Bravo sent the bait of his Rey; and now" thousand men to cut off their retreat "Yes!" commented Bud bruskly, from behind. with bis mind on "dear Phil's" finish, Along the broad top of tho mounand sho turned to peer Into bla face. tain above they came scampering by "So that Is It!" she said. "You do and the defendors in the valley, aiid not trust me. You think that I am not your friend that 1 will serve you as finally, as the duy wore on and a thunbe was served. Ia that what you are came up, It died out altoderstorm gether and the rebola turned back to thinking?" "Something like that," admitted their camp. leaning lazily against the Except for one lone federal who had Hookor, hot himself by accident there was no mud wall. "Only I reckon I don't think a single defender hurt, and if the Just the way you do." "Why? How do I think?" ahe deenemy had suffered losses It was only by some such chance. But when the manded, eaterly. (To be continued) Sonoran patriots, holding up tbelr hIkiiiI Mont or ii " in i liililli'-empty belts, came clamoring for am' j munition, the men by tha big house having a gold crown w.me day.' took in the real catastrophe of tha I "Well, we eTentunll.v reach the deav tlsf'-Knos- AB City Journal. battle. ono-storlm. cow-wer- "No, Indeed," apologized Bud; "nothing like that. Sure must be bad In there I atay outalde myself. But I reckon It'll soon be over with. The Mexicans here In town have shot off all their ammunition and I reckon tho rebels have done the same. Like as not they'll all be gone tomorrow, and then you can go back home." "Oh, thank you for thinking about tlio fnrlliivt, ditrkt'!t corner of tin room ti ml put all mri of liiiir tiling on il. Then lie won't limn, vou linvu iHketl li i in in the liopi m. hearing him piny, uml porliiip u can persiimlc him." The nrriiii!e incuts were jut linislicd im the re-t lie conipnny nrrivetl. V wen not a liirKe purl v. uiu) the talk un plcitsiiiit ciioiil'Ii. Li! IdoKimI tit older, so colorless hi xkin like ivory, but ho neeinetl ju.t u nninint ctl nnd interested in cvvrvtliiiur. After luncheon, when I hey wen smoking (all of u together; no one went into the Miiokinu room), lit nnd llatzfcldt began talking about the empire ami the beautiful fele nt Compiej.'ne, where anybody til any dUlinction in any branch of art or literature wa invited. Iliilzfoldt led the converMilion to conic even pliivcd where St rutin hi uK waltzes with an entrain, a sentiment that no one cl.Jo lux ever attained and to OlTeiihneh and hi melodiox one evening particularly when he initi improvi'eu a eong for the cm lie couldn't epiile remember pres.it. If there Here a piano be look cd about. There was none apparent ly. "Oh, yes, in a corner, but so many tlungx upon it, it wax evident ly never meant to be opened." He moved toward it. I.izt fol lowing, nking Comtcssc A. if it could be opened. The thing: were quickly removed. llutzfcldt xat uuwn nun played u lew barn in rather a halting fashion. After a moment l.itt said: "No, no; it not quite that." Ilalzfeldt got up Li.zt seated himself at the pinno, plaved two or three bite of tongs or waltzes then, always talking to llutzfcldt, let hi lingers wander over tic keys and by degrees broke into a nocturne and n wild Hun gariun march. It was very curious. His lingers looked us if they were made of yellow ivory, so thin nnd long, and of course there wann't unv strength or execution in In playing it wan the touch of an old man, but a master unite tinlike anything I have ever heard. When he got up he said. "Oh, well, I didn t think the old linger." had any muik left in them." Mine. Waddincton in Scribner's. I Famous and Fttbls Old Mtim Walktd Right Into It. "ltcgiu by iuttinj,' tin-- pinno in tht 8ptcll Fsaturs Than the Ordinary One Makes It Mora Useful W Ara Accustomed To. A wall pocket of n very pretty and qulto ft now design may bo seen In tho accompanying Illustration, and a special featuro about It Is that any let- ters, visiting cards, Invitations, etc., that It may contain cannot well slip out of placo. A good slzo In which to make It I about twelve Inches In length nnd eight In holght, and for the foundaof tion a pleco of stiff enrdboard thoso dimensions must bo procured. This card Is covered on both back satin, and front with cream-colore- corners. The upper corners are ornamented with little bows of pale pink rlbboD, and a long loop of ribbon Is provided for suspending this decorative little arttclo from the wall. The design which appears upon each of the pockets consists of a pale pink blossom, with a yellow center, snd nlno leaves embroidered In vari ous shades of green. Diagram A gives this design very clearly In outline, and It can quite easily be worked from our Illustration. NOVELTIES Tortoise sufficient material being left over on both sides to form the pockets. Diagram H on the left explains this, the dotted line Indicating the point at which the material Is sewn together at the edge of tho card; and C shows the shape of the piece of satin that is turned over and sewn down at the lower edge and forms one of the pockets. Tbeso pockets are, by tho way, finished off at the openings with a pink and white silk cord, which Is carried Into three loops In the center, and the whole thing Is outlined with more of the same silk cord carried Into two loops at each of tho lower 0 - . Tl- - o I g ilrt-tu- xl any umbrella. They are expensive. but beautiful, and certainly a bit out of the ordinary. Karrlnga arc quite out of fashion In I'arls for day wear. Onu only sees them on Kngllsh women now. Even In the shops frequented by tourists very few earrings are shown, and those only In brilliants for wear at night. Karrlngs do add years to ono's appearance. Artificial flowers are as popular as ever, and much more beautiful. 8o wonderfully are they msdo that It Is Backs Which Grow on Trsss. necessary to feel them to realize that From a species of untiarus (the they are not real. Hoses and heliogenus which includes the upas tree) trope aro tho favorites of the moment, sacks are made in ucftern India by and are worn at tho collar, breast or the following singular process: A tucked Into the waist, whichever Is g branch i cut to the most becoming. Colored stitching to match tha suit length iiikI tliaiueter of Hie sack wanted. It is o.ikcd n little nnd or gown Is tho latest cry for tho then bcutcti with clubs till the fiber autumn gloves. Tho stitching Is very broad and heavy on tho backs, tha separate from the wood. This seams are sewed as usual with white. done, the sack formed of the bark Light weight pique, unstarched, re is turned inside out and pulled mains the favorite for collar and cuff down, and then (he wood is pawed sots for tho new tailored goune. It Is off, with the exception of n small supplo enough to fit well, and subpiece left to form the txttom of stantial enough to launder splendidly, and It Is not expensive. the sack. Narrow footing Is fulled around tha edge of the tiny handkerchiefs sold for,, The Military Look. the glovo. When Mr John i reucli was in command of the cavalry at Canter bury lie chanced one dav to meet a GRAY HAIR THING OF BEAUTY rather slouching young recruit. "Tel', me, lad,' said the new chief Given Proper Care and Attention Its Possession Will Excite Envy Use of the general stalf, "does this city Borax When Washing. vou .' belong to I he military fledgling saluted Once cruv hair la nn nrrnmr.lUliort and blushingly replied: fact, and not merely a threat, Its pos- - ' ".No. Mr. sessor soon begins to realize Its "Never mind," said French geni beauty. It should bo frequently shamill v. yourself up, pull pooed, so that It Is oven In color and yourseii togeiiier unti look us smooin in texture, and 11 should be though it did." Chicago American. brushed carefully ami remilirlv nnd often Indulged In sun and air baths. uray nair win ne or a more unirorm Pony Exprtss Rldsrs. In the tliiyx of the pony eiprem shade If borax Is put In tho water In ' many wonderful, loin; rldtn were made which It Is washod. and It tho hair Is by thine engaged In carrying the an ugly yellowtsh-graor white, a ' nmllrt through dangerous country. U'll llttln hlltlnv i anv m tokln.nnniif.il n inuiv.ivuuii trHam I". Cod,v (Itiiffalii llllb made s a basin of water, will remove the of ' round trip of SHI tulles without stops, fensive tinge. Of course, ernv hnlr muni lm rim. except to ebanxe liurxes und to pur take of one meal, it Is worded that fully dressed, and the limit Afreets' Hubert II. Iliislain (I'uuy lloln rode are gotten when It Is slightly un-- , 8M0 iiillen at one stretch. When tlie dulated nnd then dressed high on , Miny express ceiincd to exist lliislam the head, or rolled oft the ears and Drow and Into a soft French tw lit at lieenme n Wells Pnrgo 1 hours. the back. miles every twenty-fou- r Mm: ten hours on the road. Jack Keetley, a Mtuy express rider, Is rred Heads From tha 8houldtra. hours, It with ,'lin mill's In tlilrty-ouMany of the new erenlnc frocks and .llui Moore, another rider. Is said how to have covered liNO miles In fourteeu beads three or four long strands of hanging from the shoulders New bourn und forty-si- x tuluutus. around tha arms. York Bun. corre-bonditirid-liid e Wsight on Mars. In Mnwer to the iiiention, "Would the peoplr on .Mum weigh half nn much as we do on earth, as Mars U f the diameter of the earth ?" the New Vork American answers: The diameter of the earth h 1 und that of .Mar i .S.I. The density of the earth U 1 and that of Mars i .73. Equaling and solving, the unknown quantity appears as ,38 that is, the force of attraction ex cited by the quantity of matter in the earth on any body on its aver age Hurfare distance from it center is 1, and the attraction exerted by the qu.ititlty of matter in Mars on its surface at mean distance from its center i Then n man weighing 1.10 pound around hero on our citrth would weigh fifty seven pounds on Mars. one-hal- SEEN IN PARIS Sunihadts Shell and Amber Handles on Earrings Completely Out of Fashion. Long tortoise shell and amber real. of course handles and ferrules, are being used on the newest sunshades e and umbrellas. Sets of handle, nnd ten covers or ribs can now be bought, and are easily adjusted to for-rul- ' nfr - j F fl November C, 1914. AN THE CITIZEN OYSTER I'nirp Seven. IN THE HOME STEW RECIPE Un- Exptrt FUeommends This as sn usually Appetizing Way of Serving the Bivalves. GENERAL 1 " DIRECTIONS -- FOR TUNO DOGS SIXDOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door cial. FOIt Fnnnlo Merrltt Former, cookery editor of the Woman's Home Companion, presents a number of "Recipes for October" In that publication. Among; them In her reclpo for lioston oyster tow, which follows: "Put ono quart of oysters In n colander and pour over cupful of cold water. Carefully pick over oysters, remove tough muscles from half of them, and slightly chop remaining hnlf with removed tough muscles. Add chopped oysters to wathree-fourth- r Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- Training that adds to your g power, combined wirsi general education. FOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, CommerYOUNG LADIES Home Sciem-eNursintr, Stenography and typewriting. . Dressmaking, Cooking. ter drained through colander, heat to the boiling VERSE TOR Come, in till 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School TillS WEEK accepted hour; Bring Thy heavenly kliiKtlum In; Fill tin with Thy glorious power, Hooting out tho seeds of sin. 0. Wesley. Ihrco minutes, fltrnln through a dotiblo thickness of cheesecloth, add reserved solf part of oyster, and cook until oysters arn plump. Removo oysters with n skimmer and put In a tureen with cupful of butone-fourt- paint, and let simmer General Education fot those not far advanced, combined with nm vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, w can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress 3rd Door College, any dog will chase a ball, and very soon learn to bring It to his master. When you have taught your dog to "fetch," he may be tried with game. It Is very probablo that the first birds he brings will bo badly "mouthed" that bitten and mangled. To break him of this, prepare a ball of yarn so wound over pins that the slightest pressure will cause the points to protrude and prick any object pressed against tho ball. After the dog has pricked his mouth once or twice with this ball, be wilt learn to pick It up and carry It In the most delicate manner. He may then be-- tried again with a bird. This time he will probably bring It to you without so much as rumpling a feather; but If, notwithstanding his experience with the ball of pins, your dog still "mouths" the game, you must skin a bird and arrange the ball and pins Inside, the skin so as to prick sharply upon a light pressure. Make a dog "fetch" the bird skin until he Is completely broken of his bad habit of biting or "mouthing" game. With pointers and setters, at first you will have to give your commands by word of mouth; but If you accompany each command by an appropriate gesture, the pup will soon learn to understand and obey the slightest motion of the hand or head. The less noise there Is, the greater the chance for game. Nothing Is more unsportsmanlike than shouting In a loud voice to your dog while In the field. After teaching a dog to heel," "down charge," and to "hie on" at command, you may show him game and teach him to "quarter" his ground by moving yourself In the direction you wish the dog to go. The dog will not be long In understanding and obey- Berea's General Academy Course CABINET When man's his own enemy It'n only because he's loo much Mils own friend. Oliver Twist. We cannot allow thoa who serve u well lo labor under any privation or discomfort that la In our power to FROZEN DESSERTS. Iced desserts of various kinds nro always popular summer or winter, and a now recipe Is always welcome. Borne prefer Icon and sherbet, to the rich Icq cream. Mousses and parfalts arts tlmplo to prepare, for they need no attention after they -are packed In ice. Coffee Caramel Parfalt. Scald one cupful of milk with two of ground coffee and o cupful of caramelized sugar;- then add the yolks of three eggs, beaten cupf lightly and mixed with ful of sugar and an eighth of a of salt. Cook until the mixture thickens, stirring eonitantly, and add one cupful of thin cream. Cool, train, and add two cupfuls of thin cream and a tcaapoonful of Tanllla. baking powder Pack In cans and and pack In Ice and salt, using four parts of Ice to ono of salt. When ready to serve unmold and roll In chopped almond that hare been delicately browned. Marahmallow 8aucc Cut a fourth of a pound of marahmallowa In pieces and. put Into a double boiler and lot stand until melted. Dissolve of it cupful of powdered sugar In the same amount of water, add to the marshmalluwB and stir until blended. Cool before icrrluK on the Ice cream. To make cbocolato Ice cream add two or three squares of hitter chocolate grated to a rich custard. Cool and m gib no-ha-lf one-hal- ul half-poun- ono-fourt- h Pineapple Cream. Put two cupfuls of water end one cupful of augnr In a saucepan and bring to the boiling point, boll twenty minutes, cool and add a can of grated pineapple, freeze to a mush. Then fold In tho whip from two cupfuls of cream. Servo In sherbet cups with candled pineapple and a glnced cherry for a garnish. Coup Suzanne. Turn one can of apricots into a saucepan, add a third of a cupful of sugar, bring to tho boiling point and let simmer until the sirup Is thick. Half flit coup glasses with vanilla Ice crenm, placo on top tho prepared apricot, cut In small pieces, rotcr with Ico cream and garnish with bar lo duo currants. freeio. tablesponful of salt, and teaspoonful of pepper. Add oyster liquor, strained a second time, Most of you boys who live In the and one quart of scalded milk. Al- country have dogs. Have- - you over ways remember to scald milk In a tried to train them, beyond the throwdouble boiler, which overcomes the ing of sticks for them to bring back, danger of scorching. 8ervo with oys- and a tricks ns standing on ter crackers." their hind legs, or barking for something to est? As a boy, back In the country, 1 was 8ponge Cake, Orange Filling. Mix well together threo egg yolks, the owner of a number of doge, at variof a cupful of sugar, ous times, nnd until I was pretty well thn grated rind of ono lemon, one cup- grown, this was usually the extent of ful of sifted Sour and ono teaspoon-fu- l my training. And my friends who had of baking powder. When well beat- dogs trained theirs In about the same en together add a llttlo salt and the way. Possibly some of you havo bright whites of tho threo eggs beaten stiff, dogs that arn capable of knowing much llako for IB minutes In Washington morn than they do. If so, the following general directions, learned by expin tins. For the filling beat together thn Juice of one orange, with a llttlo perience, may be of uie. of the grated rind, ono egg, one cupFirst of all, teach your dog that you ful of sugar and two tnblespoonfuls of mean exactly what you say, and that warmed butter, and cook In a double he must obey you. To do this, you boiler until It thickens. Spread be- should never give a foolish command; tween the layers of cake. but If a thoughtless order be once given, even though you repent It as soon as It has escaped from your lips, Mors Uses for 8alt. A pinch of salt thrown on eggs will do not hesitate, but Insist on your pumake them beat lightly In about halt pil Instsntly obeying tbat Is, If the tho time usually required. When dog. In your Judgment, understands broiling stenk over a coal flro sprinkle the order. a little salt on tho burning coals and Never under any circumstances allthe flame will not blaze up and scorch ow- htm to shirk, and even a naturally the stenk. If you are broiling meat stupid pup will IcarrCto look upon your In a gas oven and It catches fire, word as law and not think of disobeyquickly turn the gas off and throw a ing. Strict obedience to your word, whistle handful of sslt on the blazing meat. Tou do not need to use any water. or slightest gesture once obtained, it The salt will put out the fire and you Is an easy matter to finish the dog's can then scrspo off tho salt from the education. Dear In mind that there Is about as great a difference in the charmeat. acter and natural Intelligence of dogs as there Is In boys. Not only does this Deanpot Roatt. One and pounds of clear exist between the distinct varieties of instew meat, cut Into bits. Put dogs, but alio between the different Into bcanpot and cover. Set In oven dividuals of the same variety. All possess similar chartwo hours and, bake slowly. Do not Newfoundlands acteristics; but each individual varies f teaspoonful add anything but salt. It will bo rich, with lots of nice considerably In Intelligence, amiability gravy, if cooked slowly. NIco served nnd all those little traits tbat go to with potatoes and hot slaw. Some- make up a dog's character. It Is well for you to understand this times when nearly done take out of fact, that you may not be disappointed tlte oven and put Into a shallow dlth, put a thick layer of or make your poor dog suffer becauso mashed potatoes on evenly all over. it cannot learn as fast ns some one you may know of. And let it be Impressed Set bnck In oven to brown slowly. upon your mind that to make your dog obey or to teach It the moat difficult Botton Brown Hash. trick or feat, it Is rarely necessary to Chop any remains of Bteaks, roasts very fine. Grease a deep or stews pie dlih. Put a layer of mashed potatoes (old ones, left over, will answer) In tho bottom of the dish, then a layer of meat, then a layer of stale bread crumbs; sprinkle with salt nnd pepper, a few bits of butter: moisten with a half cupful of beef gravy, then put another layer of potatoes. Dip a one-hnlf ono-elghtfew-sucthree-fourths one-half two-Incone-halgood-size- ter, For thoso who nre not expecting to teach nnd who are nut going thru but desire more general education. This is Jusl the thin for those preparing for medeal studies or other prireioiiA without a college course. It nhvi ges the best general education for thoxe who wish a good start In study nnd expect to carry It on ay themselves. l, 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect U tciefe. 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 study Read Dlnsmore'a great book, "How to Teach District School."' 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College re1 This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory suDjecU. The Academy Is now Berea's largest department. 6th Door This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides stand courses in all advanced subject. Questions Answered BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College wit Its affiliated schools, is not a g institution. It require 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 regulation 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 sic'i the College provides doctor and nurse without extra money-makin- charge. All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings, ana many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the vkue of their labor. Except in winter it it expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of thW expentet. Write to the Secretary before coming to tecure employment. ing) When your pointer comes to a point, teach blm to bo steady by repeating softly, "Steady, boy, steady," at the same time holding up your hand. In course of time the words may be omitted; the band raised as a caution will keep the dog steady; but should ho break point and flush tho game, as a young dog Is more than liable to, you may give htm tho whip and at tho enme time ubo some appropriate words that the dog will remember. The next time the words without tho whip will correct him. After your dog has been taught to obey. It is well to put him In the field with an old, dog. As every sportsman has a peculiar system of his own for breaking a dog. It js scarcely necessary to give more than theso few hints; only let me caution you once more against using the whip too often. Spare, tho lush and keep a good stock of putlence on hand. Otherwise In breaking the dog you will also break hie spirit and have a mean, treacherous animal that will slink and cringe at your slightest look, but seldom obey you when he thinks he Is out of reach of the dreaded whip. well-traine- lsssiM mssffiv' PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, ete, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is Um best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warn wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work, uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cosL Jhe Coll ge asks no real for the Hue buildings In which stulents live, charging only enough rnoia rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without eoffee or extras, ti .35 a week, in the fall,' and $1.50 in winter for furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bed-- ', ding, 40 to GO cents for each penon. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc This is paid but once, and is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for car of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Pee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 ana" ser-vic- knlfo Into milk and smooth the top. Hake In a moderate oven until brown. Serve hot. $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM Incidental Fee Room VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION HCIIOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL j" HINTS FOR PRESERVE CLOSET Pickled Peaches Should by All Means Ba Among the Condiments Stored Southern 8tew. Peel and boll half dozen onions 16 mlnuteo, drain und slice thin. Now have two pounds of veal sliced nice and thin. Lay veal In stewpan, season with little salt and pepper Cover tho veal with the onions, Uien lay small pieces of butter rolled In flour. Finish with powdered nutmeg and grated rind of lemon; let simmer s!owly. FEED FRIED SPONGES TO RATS In llio riiiTiMil issue of Farm and Fireside- - several contributors do $ 6.00 5.G0 Board 7 weeks CHILDREN SHOULD NOT WEEP Wise Man Says to Cry on Any Day In Week la Bad Rules No Good for Older Boys and Girls. Amount due SepL 10. lilti.. Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 4, 1M4 Total for terra Incidental Fee Kcom 9.45 $20 05 Ml $29.60 $ 5.00 6.00 9,00 $ 6.00 7.09. 9.46 $22.45 9,46 $31.5(0 ' COLLSOB. ' $ 7.0 7M 0.4$ $23.45 9.41 92.9$ .' WINTER TERM $ 6.00 Brandlid Cherries. peaches are a dinner condiment of unparalleled excellence. Many people prefer pickled fruit to "tho sweeter Jellies and preserves and the good housekeeper always puts up pickled dainties as well as preserves, jellies and Jams for her winter fruit closet. Hero Is a tried and true recipe for pickled peaches: To seven pounds of elected peaches allow halt as many pounds of granulated sugar, one quart of vinegar, two ounces each of stick cinnamon and cloves. Dissolve the sugar In the hot vinegar, add the plcea and boll for alx mlnutea; add the peaches and boll slowly until the peaches have become soft enough to be pierced easily by a fork. Turn out the fruit and boll the sirup down Now put In the peaches to gain and let the whole Just come to a boll. Pour Into a deep crock and cover wheu cold. housekeeper recomA Virginian mends this reclpo for brandled cherries: Cover large, oxbeart cherries which have been stoned with some excellent brandy and let stand for 48 hours., Add to the mixture sugar In a proportion of pound for pound, Do not cook, but seal In glass Jars and set oway in a cool, dry place. These cherries are delicious for garnlihlng whipped cream and froten desserts. They may also be served In home-mixePickled one-hal- f. d $ 7.99 Board 6 weeks 7.20 9.00 $32.29 9.90 $31.20 . 79 9.49" 92199 srrilm way and mean tliey havo ileviM'd for gelling riil of rats. Ono contributor's devieo is follow: as "1 huw) tried all Imps, poison, and ordinary methods for catching ruts, hut have, never had anything to compare witli fried sponge. Cut tip a sponge into pieces the size, of your thumb and fry these pieces in hot meat grease. "Placo lliein wliero llio rnts are thickest and (hey will eat the pieces of spouse. When tho grease lias been digested out, (ho sponge swells up and kills them. 1 have tried this myself, and a great many friends have tried it and all pronounce it a splendid way to kill rata." HOW TO MAKE THANKSGIVING PUMPKIN PIE In (lie November Woman's Home cocktails. ' '"tin no) That Ammhrlle U kneeling; Urr tlekui. If tho straightens out. It aur to iwp the ctUlim. Judge. (lilt It devout, ,. Companion Fauiiio Morrill Fanner, cookery editor of thai publication, presents a number of November recipes among which is the following for pumpkin pio: cupful of brown "Mix sugar, one teaspoonful of cinnamon, oue-lia- lf teaspoonful ginger and one-ha- lf teaspoonful of sail, and add ono cupfuls of steamed und and ono-hu- lf strained pumpkin, two eggs) slightly cupftils-o- f beaten, one and oue-lia- lf milk, and one-ha- lf cupful of cream, llako in ono crust." two-thirds There are millions of children In the world who want to do Just the right use the whip. If the dog, as he will thing and the very best thing; but sometimes do, knowingly and willfully they do not always know what Just the disobeys, the whip may be used spar- right thing Is, and sometimes they caningly. not tell the very best thing from the One sharp blow Is generally suff- very worst thing. Now I have often thought that there icient, and It should bo accompanied with a reprimand In words. Never lose are children who cry, now and then, at your patience and beat tho animal In the wrong time; and I have asked anger. To successfully train a dog. It many of the older people, but none of Is necessary to place the greatest re- them could tell me the best time to straint upon your own feelings; for If cry. you onco give way to anger the dog Hut tho other day I met a man older t will know It, and your Influ- and wiser than any of the rest. lie ence Is lott. To be sure, the special was very old and very wlso, and he line of education depends upon the told me: kind of dog you have and what you It h bad luck to cry on Monday. want him to do. To cry on Tuesday makes the eyes You may commence to teach the red. pointer or setter to "stand" at a very Crying on Wednesday Is bad for chilearly age, using first a piece of meat, dren's heads, and for the heads of praising and petti n him when he does older people. well and reprimanding htm when reIt Is said that If a child begins to quired. Do not tire your pup out; but cry on Thursday be will find It bard to If ha does well once, let htm play and stop. sleep before trying again. it Is not best for children to cry on As he grows older, replace the meat Friday It makes them unhappy. with a dead bird. The best sportsmen Never cry on Saturday It Is too of today do not allow their dogs U re- busy a day. trieve, saying tbat the "mouthing" of Tears abed on Sunday are salt and the dead and bloody birds affects the bitter. In fineness of their noses. To bring Children should on no account cry birds, the sportsman has following at at night; tho nights are for sleep. his heels a cocker spaniel, largo They may cry whenever cUe they poodle, or almost any kind of doc, please, but not at any of these times, which is taught to follow patiently unless It Is for something serious. and obediently until game Is killed and I wrote down the rules Just as the ho receives the order to "fetch." old man gars them to m. Of course, To teach a dog to retrieve, com- they will be of no use to the older mence with the young pup. Almost boys and girls. St. Nicholas.. , one-halI Amount due Jan. 6, 1915 939.99 Board 6 weeks due Feb. 17, 1911 9.00 Total for term $29.00 9J9 feXM' This does not include the dollar deposit aor money for hook er laundry. Special Expenses Business. Fall Winltr Sfring Stenography and Typewriting.... 914.00 912.00 999.09 $16.90 Bookkeeping (brief course) 14.00 12.00 10.90 94.99 Bookkeeping (regular course).... 7.00 9.00 9.09 19.99. Business course studies for student in other departments: Stenography 10.59 9.99 7.69 97.99 Typewriting, with one hour's use k 7.00 of instrument 9.90 9.N 1949 Com, Law, Cora. Geog., Cera. Tfl' Arith., or Penmanship, each... t.19 1.59 1J9 9.49 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $1J.09 per tern. ' d young man or young woman can get an eddcatlen a Any Berea if there is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring sad have a full year of continuous study. Many young people, waste time U the public schools going over and over the same things, when they aright he improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on sew stifles vith some of the best young men and women from ether ce unties a states. Applicants must brine or send a testimonial showing; that they are above 16 years old, in good hearth, and of good character. This' may ha signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher er nekgn ' " bor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, . Fall Term opened September 18, '1014. Hurry up I For infoimation er friendly advloe writ U Ik Bssret 7, able-bodie- MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Pago Eight. THR CITIZKN AMBAS8AROR8 OF GREAT BRIT' AIN, RUSSIA AND FRANCE QIVEN PA88PORT8. November f, 1914. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else It Mt niMcmUim for pvtUeatfea, IMH HkH kit dfsM rrlssaea I Is fall ( tont tr tto writer. Writ Tk mm Uiti. pUlaiy. soldier in tho Hawaiian Inlands tho London, Tho runbasendors ot Orcat past llircc years, is homo again. Wo IirlUln, Ruasla and Franco havo reTyner l I ... I - 1. " If. T.V1..... -.- I- t'II ... ceived their pnssports and havo quit WIUS I'll. ""I . Horn lo Mr. nnill"'" HI"' l" Tyner, Oct. 30. Constantinople, and Italy la aflame midst again. Leonard Morris li ... .i ' " working for II. E. Taylor. Mr. and mis. jinuii vji.ij, with tho war fever, demonstrations In Goodman, who liavo been Mrs. M. I'. Mrs. Emmet Mulling nro the proud Ilcrca on by Dig Hill through McKco lion A revival is being carried on in favor of entering tho European conflict heroin Ing so violent In n number ol in Ohio for ilic last two years, have parents of a flno girl baby Oran- - to Uooncvillo and then lo Ida May Whilcsburg by Rov. Dean, paslor of cities' that troopa were called to supW. II. Reynolds, relumed home. lliley continues very sick. villo Ihoy boarded Hie train and tho Methodist church, Whitcsburg. press tho riotous scenes, our farm demonstrator, made an in- Geo. Edwnrd9 and wife have moved where is Heavy frost havo been coverTheso aro tho most startling develteresting lecturo to n large crowd to Owsley County II. E. Taylor is returned Mr. Jesso Holbrook having a now kitchen and dining ing Letcher county tho pnst week-- Tho opment of tho newest phaau of the nt our school house Thursday "H'"M. ...,.. .. t room built. It. E. Evans is having pcoplo havo been very busy International struggle tho entry ol " '' Ho has organized a corn club in this Turkey Into tho war nnd tho prospect nans iriu . I aas his house remodeled by building an with products. their garden county. Ho has now a band or one '4iuo tjuvit .iiruiin;ii district in place of J. D. Riley who tipper story. Farmers havo been Whilcshurg Graded and Lclohcr Co. of tho participation of Italy In ordci hundred names enrolled, and says is moving lo Lee County. Sam Taydigging their sweet potatoes sine- High School will spend next Friday to maintain the balance of power along he is sure of 225. W. M. Dunigan is the Adriatic. yesterday from Perry tho frosts and find that they have a in setting out trees. With Turkey definitely throwing hci trying lo organize a Moonlight lor returned ho lias been wagonCounty, where bountiful crop. Misses Nannio Ev lot with Austria and (lormmiy, and II School in this district. We hopo ing. John Seals has his new dwell- ans and Lcvada Holbrook attended ESTILL COUNTY Portugal In counted, thcro now aro 11 Mr. Dtinigan's work will ho a sucing house about ready lo move into. church at Cannon's chapel Sunday. powers at war. with prospects ol three Witt cess, and illiteracy will soon be John Cook Is creeling a new dwell Mr. Fielding Scales is moving his Witt, Nov. 2 A scries of meetings more Greece, llulgarla nnd Iloumanla The stamped out in Kentucky. being drawn In. ing house. Win. Taylor is repair- household goods from F. F. McCul- - aro being held at Stalion Camp by Tyner corn club will hold its first ing liis house. Homo. Tho Turkish action In ths lom's lo Newfound where ho bought Rev. Combs Miss Florenco Shiflct Buvinff meeting, Saturday night. Nov. 7. a farm Whooping cough is preva- of Richmond who has been visiting lllack ee.i. It Is stated In (Jernuin with all its Daily Simpson's house sources, will bu governed by the dc " MADISON COUNTY lent in school. Mr. F. 0. Peters will her cousin Maggio Leo Gum has re2UO.O0C contents was destroyed by flro at bring his school to Ucthlehcm Fri turned home Mr. J. M. McGeorgo sire of Knver Pasha In land Kingston men on tho Itusslan coast. Tho origin of the C:30 last night. Kingston, Nov. 2. Miss Kalhlccn day, Nov. 0, where the two schools. and son II. L.hnvogono to Richmond It Is reported Imro that 100,000 For this la the Ilro Is unknown, though it is supIloyal Oak and IJcthlchcm, will unite to nltcnd court Mr. W. J. Short Turks are massed on the Caucnsui baking powder posed lo have started from a defecw raised a fine lot of turnips. He has border and that 300,000 aro waltlnf that masct) "tho a baking ". tive Hue. Little Agnes Mooro has number of thoir friends to a Hal- - 3,90re,,uu,,,n a Utter." at llelrut, Jaffa and Hrrlan porta fot f day somo that weigh seven lbs. 8Pcn,d, a I,orU,on lowe'cn parly Saturday nightMiss pneumonia. transport to tho Sinai peninsula n It leatveoa the are having beautiful Pearl Bales delightfully entertained SnHf Parrot (food evenly S Thse ports, however, aru well guard POWELL COUNTY. i.tiiuuis uiu iiiuaiiiiib throughout pans Parrol, Oct. 31. Several from Ibis her little friends Saturday evening, wuuiuut uiim sowing. ed by th French and llrltlsh fleets their wheat Stanton It up' to airy light. 1 Tho homo was appropriately dc place attended church at Friendship . It Is olllelally stated that the rlr ncsa, makcfl it de-Stanton, Out. 31 Tho Moonlight cnlar announcing Sunday Mrs. H. J. Gabbard and sis- corated with Jack'o lanterns Mr. the mobilization ot lighlfully appctklug 5 BREATHITT COUNTY school of Ration creek, conducted by the (Jreek nriny hits been received bj ter, Mrs. 0. W. Gabbard, were made and Mrs. W. B. Chester and niece, and wholesome. Lambric Dudley Caudill, is progressing nice- tho foreign consuls. The navy wai happy last Saturday by the arrival who were on their way to Louisville, RemeralwT Calumet Lambric, Oct. 29. Jerry Carpenter ly and everybody seems interested fully mobilized four weeks ago, Is moderate In price, of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John slopped off and visilod at tho homo 0 highest in quality. sick list this in the work. Tho first week has just 3 on io s Vicars, of Oklahoma, whom they had of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Flanncry for,of 'j1'3 p,,aco Amanda Fugate is on closed with an enrollment of twen grocer fur years. Mr. a couple of days last week not seen for twenty-on- e KENTUCKY RURAL CREDIT IAik your Don't Ulco a tho sick list at this writing. J. B. ty, ranging in nge from 14 to 50 and Mrs. Vicars will make this their Slate Lick substitute Kentucky, in many ways a pioMollio Morris future home Miss Slato Lick, Nov. 1 Mrs. II. M neer stale, is again lo tho foreRaoalvwi HWnit J formerly of Ibis place who went to Snyder is not very well at this wrifront; this limo in tho movement to Pittsburg, PaM where she tingMr. and Mrs. Tom Crouch conOhio and provide American farmers with SM rww was married, is visiting relatives at tinue poorly Tho holiness people The Samaritan's Sword fOtan ahn. MIX" I i SI . cheaper money for tho operation of this place, accompanied by her hus bad services at the homo of Mr. and their farms. band Miss Betlie Mather, daughter Mrs. Roberts last Saturday and Sun Tho Kentucky Rural Credit AssoThe word of tho rllvcr sunllht Is tha of James Mather of this place was day. A largo crowd attended. i ciation, with Governor James II. only ono he wields. to Charlio Shelton, son of married Speedwell The sword of the deeds of mercy In the McCreary as lis president, has just bloom of the fragrant fields. Joe Shelton of Carico. We wish the Speedwell, Nov. 2 Mr. Frank opened olllccs in tho Fayette NaA sons on hla lips forever. couplo a long, happy, and prosper Walton has returned homo from tional Hank Duildiug at Lexington, And the banner that o'er him spring" ous life Mr. and Mrs. Link Baker Ohio where ho has been at work. The sren of the leafy pennant and invitations of farmers lo become On the bounh of a thousand spring. aro visiting relatives at this placeflic boys had quite a lot of fun Ha- lmembers aro now being mailed lo all Mr. and Mrs. Leandrew Gabbard lowo'cn night, at this place Our The tword of the silver sunllght-a- h. sections of llio stale. never born! wester have moved to their new homo re Sunday school is progressing nicely With Its sapphire handle Kleamlnic In tlii The Kentucky Rural Credit Assocently built at tho mouth of Macka at Viney Fork with good attendance. dewy dream of morn: ciation is tho first organization of A smile In his heart forever. naw branch. Silver Creek And wherever he eoc-- a word. its kind in tho United Stales, though Annville Silver Creek, Oct. 2. Quite a num As soft as the tender beauty the plan upon which It is founded L. J. Webb ber of Ihe folks from around hero Annville, Nov. 2 Mr. Of the sonic of the woodland bird. has been in successful operation in and Rev. D. S. Smith attended tho attended tho corn show at Berca The sword of the sliver sunlight that Kuropo for 147 years. Grand Lodge F. and A. M. at Louis Saturday flashes ahoon the skies. Mr. Bon Davis lost a nico Catching the laughing- twinkle of the cowl The Kentucky Rural Credit Assovillo week before last Mrs. Sallie cow Saturday morning Mr. and Samaritan's eyes; ciation is tho outgrowth of agitation York is fast losing her eye sighIn his hand forever A rose Mrs. Frank Powell moved to Corbin of the subject by three President As over the world he goes Rev. James Brewer of Barton held Thursday Mr. Hiram Powell is just To plant In the path of the living--. Roosevelt, Taft and Wilson and of( a few days meeting here at the Bap- about to complete his new house. (lower of the doathlets rose. Tho the investigations made by United, week. John Wilson 11 tho people tist church last around hero are very The sword of the silver sunlleht. more Slates Commissioners who were and Charley Smith Jiavo exebangen busy gathering corn Next Satureverlasting than steel. KsiAKirfaHJ sent to Kuropo to study tho ques- I And always drawn In the service of love places, Wilson has moved across the day and Sunday arc regular church Chir-Art- O that Is lone and ten I: tion, and by tho magazines nnd creek, and Smith over in Annvillo. days at Silver Creek The Ladic3 A kiss on the brows that suffer, newspapers of this country. A smile for the hearts that ache. Miss Lulu Moore is staying this id meets next Saturday morning And his swnrd on the wine forever This agitation has illuminated the I Ta Wt ba rmm Ur Wy m week with her aunt, Mrs. J. H. at ten o'clock. Hopo all will be For the sake of the whole world's sake. need of cheap money on long terms Miss Sarah Moore visited present - I. Uim,mJk imUl ciMka. I Koliter McKInsey In Ualtlmure 8un. to the farmers of llio United States; I Ui '"'"II U Ur ntfit 4 I her grandma ono evening last week. and Iho farmers aro aroused lo the Born to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Fields, LEE COUNTY importance of financing their opera boy. They call him Sidney Born Beatyville Kictt and others nro attending Court ycars of age. Tho Moonlight schools ations on a just basis, in compcli- fine to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Roach, a Bcatyvillc, Nov. 2. Judge Killborn at Jackson this week. Tho llrsl of I'ompoy conducted by Itichard lion with commerco and industry. girl Mr. and Mrs. Willis Williams was on his farm near Athol, frost visited us on tho 27lh of Oclo- - Crowe opened Monday night, Oct. The plan of tho Kentucky Rural CINCINNATI MARKETS gave the young folks an ice cream last week, M. F. Thomas assessor of ber. A. D. Carpenter has bought a 2Cth. The school is progressing supper Saturday nighL All had a Leo is very busy these days taking now grist mill and will soon be ready nicely and ovcry ono is interested Credit Association is cooperative and, under it, money borrowed on delightful time. J. M. Hassct of list of the citizens of tho cotinly to grind for the neighbors. There The first week has just closed with Com No. 1 whim 82J4c. No, 2 whltl land becomes a permanent investOhio is hero having his tools loaded Hon. J. Morgan Chiron snoko at tho was preaching at tho mouth of an enrollment of U pupils. Tho ment. Its plan is tho amortization S2ttS2'.$c. No. 3 whlto alMf-SIcNo t white KlCiitifcc. No. 1 yellow 77fcc to send to Ohio Misses Nannie and court houso in this city, Sat., Oct Spring Fork last Sunday, with Moonlight school of Stanton College plan, which lessens tho burden of No. 2 yellow 77(f7"'.4c. No. 3 yiillow 7( Lcathorwoods of College Hill spent 31st, in tho interest of the Democratic largo attendance, is now in session with a largo en (l7pr. No. 4 fllow 7SVi7Cc, No. the debtor and increases the securlast week with their sistor M''S. ic ticket and on Friday Oct. 30th, rollmcnt. mixed 77ff77He. No, 2 mixed 76Vjfl ity of tho loan. Wesley Witt Robt. Masters mado a Hon. L. Ij. Dristow, Republican 77c. No. 3 mixed 7fij7C,ic No. 4 mix GARRARD COUNTY Amortization is simply a method ed 7.r.ft7nV4e. white ear VJUMc, yollow flying trip to Richmond Thursda- y- nominee for Congress of this DisRACE IN AUTO TO BEAT TRAIN of paying off Paint Lick tho loan by returning ear 75ir77c, mixed ear 73f7c. hi3 trict, spoke to a largo crowd of ReRussell Powell entertained liny No. 1 timothy 113.25. No. 1 a little of the capital each year. friends with a party Friday night. publicans in tho court house. His Paint Lick, Nov. 2 Mr. and Mrs. timothy Spi.L'fi, No. 3 timothy $11, No New York. A Now Jcraey and New These payments aro called annuipeople attended speech was enjoyed by all who Harrison Mays aro the proud par York railroad train, traveling at hlgt About seventy-fiv- e clover mlxud $17.2G, No. 2 clovel mixed in 60, No, 1 clover lfl.60, No Had flno music, all had an enjoyable heard it. Tho Sheriff and County ents of a baby girl. Miss Nanoy speed, struck an automobile contain ties nnd nro composed of llio interclover $H.G0. time Allen Powell who has been Court clerk were busy Monday de Hounsholl and Mr. Ilallard Hound-she- ll Ing four persons at a croHsIng In Gar est nnd contributions to llio sink- 2 Oats No. 2 white COtfGOWc, stand ing fund and cost of conducting llio blind for somo time is much better. livcring ballot boxes to tho various were married Tuesday at tho nersvllle, near Havcrstraw, killing ard 4!V4CirOe., No. 3 whlto 90t9V4c recovery. voting precincts in occupants outright and business. 1 No. No. 2 mixed Wo all hope for his speedy homo of Rev. Bryant at Cartcrsvlllo. threo of tho tho county For instance, if a farmer borrows 49c, No.1si.H4e. 48 4K!ic, No. 4 mix 3 mixed Tbi Aunt Jano Van Hook has returned seriously Injuring tho fourth. Carico Albert Sample, tho newly appointed auto from tho Kentucky Rural Credit As- td 474H!c. of tho collision hurled Carico, Nov. 1 We have been storekeeper, and guager of Crystal. lo V. V. West's afler visiting in force CO feet. The sceno of the accl sociation (of Wheat No. 2 red $1.I21.13. No. ed mobllo the which lie must bo u Uncle, was in tho cily Saturday County At Pulaski County for several weeks. having somo heavy frosts ll.07tfl.10, No, 4 red 9cO1.0(. 1 dent Is known as Alice's Crossing. Tht member before he can borrow) say Poultry Huns. 414 lbs and over' Gilbert Reynolds of McWhorter ha torney II. T. Bcatty returned from A play, 'Tho Haunted House," was road runa parallel to tho tracks foi High several hundred feet, land wltncasei the sum of $1,000 for a period of 20 l'iAc; under 4V& Iba, 10c; roosters Wilre'urned homo Mr. Joo I.ouisvillo Saturday after spending given at tho Paint Lick 9c; siirlnKera, ovor 1V4 lb, 13A; 1V& II recently several days in tho city. There will School, Hallowe'en night by tho stated they had limn racing tho train years, ho will pay annually $85, and ami unuitr, ioc; young sprint; ducks liams was in these parts nl tho end of tho 20 years ho will 4 lbs and over, 13c, spring bunting for a good cow Born to bo an election here November 28th school, ducks, owe nothing. Ho has, however, tho 3 lbs, 12c; duckH, white, under 3 ovei lbs Mr. and Mrs. Robert Summers tho lo tako tho census of tho legal vol privclegu of discharging bis entire 10c; colored, 15c; youiiR turkeys, 8 Ibi READY TO GIVE MILLIONS LETCHER COUNTY 29th of October, a lino girl. They call crs of Leo county upon tho question and over, 104; turktiys, tonia. 16n; obligation at any time after Jlvo 9 Ibu and over, lfi'ic; cull turkeys. 8c her Eva. Married last week; Mr. as to whether or not the Fiscal Whitesburo Now York. Tho Rockefeller Foun years, If ho should so desire. Kkrh Prime firsts 2814c, firsts Charley Shcllon to Bettio Wathcn, Court of said county shall be until Whitcsburg, Nov. 2, Hon. J. P. datlon has dcterlned to employ IU Im Under the present system of fnrrn ordinary firsts 20c, seconds 18c. 27o both of this place Mr. John Shel- orized and empowered to issuo am' Morrow, of Somerset, Ky., epoko in menao resources for the relief of non loans tlits Dutter Whole milk crcamory bx farmer often pays far In ton is no better at present. Mr. Ar- sell bonds for tho building and con honor of tho Republican parly hero, combatants In tho countries afflicted excess of t)& per cent, in somo in Iran 3514c. entralliud creamery tut thur McDaniel caught a grey fox slructing roads within tho county. Saturday, Oct. 31. A largo audl-entras 33c, firsts 29ip.10c, accomls 21H by the war and stands ready to glvi stances as high ns 25 pur cent, in P25!4e, dairy fancy 24c, No. 1 pack Saturday and has it as a pet. heard him. Tho banquet of "millions of dollars if necessary" foi terest, commissions, recording fees, lug stuck 20c. OWSLEY" COUNTY Bond tho Commercial club, which was tho purpose. This was announced bj etc., and in'tho end ho still owes tho Cattle- -- fihlpiinrB tG.76fi8; bntchui John D. Rockefeller, Jr., president ol g, atcum, HXtra Bond, Oct. 31 Wo aro having $7.3r7.6G, good ti In Whitcsburg Hotel, Saturday Green Hall principal. tho foundation. In pursuance of this choice Jti.60ff7.2G, common to full some flno sunshiny weather with Oct. 31, was very unique The philanthropy Orccn Hall, Nov. 2. Tho singing foundation teui Tho plan of tho Kentucky Rural S5.2GtfC.40; heifers, extra G.8GO7 cold, frosly nights which is doing school which has been in progress Hond Issuo Question, concerning a commission tho Kurope in a will dayi Cretlil Association, while cheap Kood to choice. G.2G0S,76, common U to few much toward drying out corn-M- ost for Ion Sundays at Bethlehem closed roads in Letcher county, is to bo to report drat hand as to bow, wh ening tho cost of loans to tho farm fidr J4.504C; cows, extra 1 5.760)6 good to choice $5.26ftG.6G, everybody is done making Oct. 25th. A young Doctor and bis voted on hero in Iho November elcc- - and where aid can be rendered. er and lightening his burden, will, fair J3WG, canuors f3ft4.2G.common tc Geo. Pennington has pur- wife of Wisconsin passed through nt Ilia sama tiiuo, have a tendency Hulls Ilologna I5.76tf0.15, oxtri chased a storo house and small picco hero last week on a walking tour. to tho general improvement of farm I6.2G, (at bulla 0fDC.GO. s- Kxtra of land from Moses Edwards CalveMr. Ho came lo Richmond and left bis i9 60, fair to good lands, farm dwellings nnd farm Levi Edwards, who has been n bnggago there, walked and caino to equipment in Kentucky, inasmuch $.60tf9.2G, common and largo I4.GI (j9. If you want a Galvanized Roof that does as money for operations on n profit lloga Medium shippers $7.4007.50 not have to be painted be sure and get producing soalo will at all times bu elected hoary shipper $7.GGtf7.70 Kood to chloce packers and butchon accessible and obtainable. the right kind of Galvanized Roofing. $7.COtf7.C5, mixed packers $7,4Gtf7.C0 'I hat Governor McCreary is the stags $4.G0tfG.50, common to cholci ir&t ofilccr of tho first organization hoavy fat sowb $6tf7.26, oxtra $7.25 Our Material and Workmanship are See me about buying your turkeys. Save them for Xmas in Iho United States lo adopt the light shippers $0.90tf7.6, pigs (lit and market. I will weigh them at Booneville first day of bti8(.cstlons of threo presidents of IbaHheep loss) $4,756)0.76. Guaranteed. Kxtra $4.76, good to choice f In United States for rural credit, $4.25tf4.C5, common to fair $2.60 Q Dec, and pay highest market price. Write or phone me. in nu achievement of which Ilia 4.16. HENRY LENGFELLNER Lambs Extra S7.6607.7S. irorM ie iiovornor may well be proud and choice ' Tmafaop cm JacIcmm Street, Bcraa, Kj. PImm 7 er 187 upon which Kcntuckians generally $5.60 7.$7.2607.60, common to fall tf culls $1.6005.26, heavy Iambi uro lo bo congratulated. vi.ev. JACKSON COUNTY Don't say" Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zarfng's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. Italy la Adams With the War Fevar Qrcece Qlvta Orders Mobilization. for Western Newspaper Union News Berries i!. "' ! - I When I I wnnuii I Powder P8 I f I I - s - t- vOV Pcn-ninKt- on i . 1 1 co - evo-nin- mo-las- es. Owsley Readers, Look! Booneville. Ky. Melvin Dooley