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AMbUat Mmt KnttrtA at tSt W-i- EJOil ., at Hern, u cuim fal t- - The Citizen 4.a v Knowlcdgo is power and the way to keep up with modem knowledge Is lo read a food newspaper. 1 of tti MoxiriteLirL .FeoTple 12. 101 1 Vol. XVI. Flvo Cents a Copy. IIKIIKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVBMUKH Ono Dollar a Year. LORD No. 20. "A Scrap of Paper" In the European war the opinion of the Krcat wor,(I is against Germany not the German people but the German rulers. The chief cause is the fact that the German Govern-mcn- t violated its pledge of neutrality toward Helgium. The German Empire had given its word they would not march military forces onto the soil of Helgium; when the test came they violated their word of honor. This violation of a promise was made especially odious to the world when the German chancellor spoke of it as a slight thing "only a scrap of paper." But that "scrap of paper" recorded a promise; it depledged the honor of the German nation; Belgium pended upon it and was betrayed. The German government puts forth the usual excuses: "it was a military necessity" that is, it was for the military advantage of Germany to go back on its promise. But what is a promise for except to make the promisor do what he would not have done, if he had not. made the promise. A promise that does not hold in time of trial is a violated promise. And they say, "if we had not violated our promise to Belgium, France would have violated its promise, and marched troops into that country." In other words Germany claims to be justified in doing wrong, because somebody else, they thought, was in danger of doing wrong. Now let this be a lesson to the world regarding trial and honor. Every man and woman is called upon from time to time to make promises. Sometimes these promises are in writing and sometimes not, but a promise is a sacred thing. One who violates his promises can never have the respect of his fellow men. Head of Brltlih War Department Work of Tuberculosis Commission Bids for Giant Destroyers Issues Call For More Soldier. Thn Mercer County Public HeiVth Washington, Nov. 10. Hids for the Miss Mnrinn construction of four giant destroyI.ciigtin, nrgnnlzrtl ly Williamson, of thovSlnlo Tubercu ers- the largest ever built for the losis Commission, lias obtained ap- - American Navy were submitted for nrinlloiM from Muwr County ami opening today at tho Navy Depart the oily of Harrodshurg, besides I n,ent. These are designed to carry contributions from private citizens. in addition to lhe regular armor, and has secured Mrs. Jinny L. drov- four torpedo lulies and two anti- er of Newport. Kentucky, as visiting halloon nuns. When these are com de plete there will bo sixty-eignurse. Public stroyers In the Navy. There is a Tho Anderson County predicted Increase in the naval Health league organized at by Miss Kmma Hunt of building program this year brought tlio State Tuberculosis Commission oil by the lessons learned from the SLOWLY BUT STEADILY is now seeking n suitablo visiting Ruropcan upheaval. Raitorei Traffic In North Atlantic for thai place. nurse tho British Sir Heel! SnrlnK-Iiic- c. Miss Ch oo Jackson of the com mission is al work in Fullon, Ken Ambasador, on tlio Mil. notified tho This Is the Word Regarding tucky, organizing a Welfare League Slate Department that an agreement has been made with DcnmarK, swe- to support a visiting nurse. Progress of Kaiser's Arms, Moving Picture Kxliinu, or. eden and Norway that goods des Tho finishing its work in Harrison tined foe neutral consumption only Count v this week, win withdraw will pass freely into theso countries ANOTHER TALE if eonsicned to special persons Willi FRENCH HAVE from service till next summer. against Government Takes Action Because certificates of guarantee These negotiations of Foot and Mouth Disease Washington. Nov. 10 Kentucky have been going on for some time According to Paris Reports Ger flreal Britain and the was added to the list or States und- between mans Are Giving Way. er Federal nuaranlino liccauso ol commercial interests of the United coun the epidemic now prevalent inman States and the Scandinavian narls amonir cat tie. known as Hie tries. The agreement is satisfactory rterlln. Nov. 10. A sortie of the al Fhoto by American Prau AocUttM. fool and mouth disease. Several to all concerned, as it restores nor lies from Nleunort completely failed. London. Nov. 10. Sneaking at the cases were discovered in BulHU ma! conditions in the North Allan in unite of obstinate resistance our at mayor's banquet last night. county. Secretary Houston of tho t'c (raffle. on Ypres are progressing slowly annual lord tacks May but steadily. The hostile counter at- Lord Kitchener declared that there signed Land Slide in Panama Canal Department of Agriculturo were now over 1.260.000 men In train Frevent Laroe Men of War Pass- - tacks southwest of Ypers have been ing In England, excluding the overseas tho form 1 order of quarantine. renulsed. and several hundred men Ino. Baptists in Session at Somerset. conunue prisoners. In the eastern war dominions, but that he would enemr On lhe 01 h Gov. Goetliels reported taken On the 9lh, more than GOO Haptist theater an attack by strong Russian to call for more men until the thirty feet of water in lhe Culebra forces north of Wysztyter lake has has been crushed. ministers and laymen from all HELP THE SUFFERING CONTENTS. of the State were in atlend-onc- o cut where the land slide occurred been renulsed with severe Russian Head in this issue about the efforts PAGE 1 llitoria!. "A Scrap of Pn- at lhe four day's session of vcentlv. For this reason it is losses. Four thousand Russians and to lK.r."Tlio Hi'iiltli Muster, Les- made by the Christian Herald or 'l e Kentucky State Haptist Asso- nueslion whether a fleet of British ten machine guns were captured. BRITISH OPINION IS widows and Own raise funds for the son on Druggists. Our ciation. More than 200 came out '.:e.iunaughls can pass mrougn. me State News. United States News. phans in the war stricken sections from Louisville on a special train, Panama canal is open to vessels of Vienna, Nov. 10. Desperate en- DISTINCTLY HOPEFUL of Kurone. We shall be glad to re World War News. Terse aeements continue In Servla, near is centered in this war of all nations. llio only ceive your offerings at this office. deal interest Krunanll. Earthworks after earth iiifetlng. Many of lhe ministers aro condition is that they do not They shall be forwarded to the pro- longer works and points of support have been All remain canal in the PAGE 2. The Christian Herald llo-li- nor nlace at once. If you wish you accompanied by their wives. their taken by storm. for is necessary Experts See Much Slenlflcanca Fund for the Widows and can send direct to tho Widows and are being entertained at the liome3 than that they remain nassace and Orphans of the War in Knr-o- Orphans nelief Fund. The Chris- or all denominations iu the city. Parts, Nov. 10. The hardest fighting Against Night Riders. no longer than is of yesterday was in the extreme north Shapes. In Russian Advance. Hatt in Many tian Herald, New York. Does not Action Taken Circuit Court Judge at the entrances On the 10th necessary for them to coal and taKe of France end Just over (he border In and this appeal to you? Wo cannot Christian Sermon, The School give our money to a better cause Morse took under advisement a on sunnlies. The cost or moving an nelclnm. where the Germans contln Amusements. Sunday County for a spec nvcroge dreadnaught fleet through ued without any success their effort Nov. 10. Main headquar rterltn. Lesson. than this at tho present time. Tlii idea from Hutler to shatter the wedge which the antes ters reports that several of the ene- ial term of court and a grand juryf the canal is estimated at $87,000. is a practical way of answering BtPRctilr mishliic northeastward Agriculture, m PAGE 3. Mountnin mv'n warahlna ncaln attacked our investigation into the alleged night Hoas Victims of Disease. prayers. Between Dlxmude in UelKlum and the Prize l.lst of Itercn Corn Show some of your own Reports from Evansville, Ind., reelnn of Armentleres tn France. Ger right wing yesterday afternoon, but riders raids in that section. Tho and Fair, Farm Farts. Proper bands have been slate that a strange disease has man columns of an estimated strength were rapidly driven off by our Christinas will soon be here with activities of these Feed for Hens of Importance. your against the coal miners of tho south- - broken out among the pigs of many of 600,000 attacked three main opera Live Stock. Addresi of Mrs. F. all its jovs. You cannot give county, where farmers or mat section. Hie au tlonn to cross the Yser canal at Dlx Christmas em nail of that London. Nov. 10. The Germans C. Duncan on the Occasion of the friend at home a better la go number of operators refused thorities are making investigation mude. to drive tho allies from the for fogs of the past present than a Citirwn fountain pen. a been nlded by Dedication of Hustic Collage to heights and woods south and have days which to the to employ union men. Some tear it is tlio foot and moutii Ufled some extent nave few Think of it. this line premium anil Fireside Rt of YDres and to batter through the Working of the First Snow of the Season disease. Many hogs have died. nullified the persistent enterprise of The Citizen till January I, 1010 for the French anil Ilrltlsh line holding the allies' airmen, who are still, how Pottery Industry Affected Stale Forester J. K. Barton reports and llfty cents. only one dollar Lye and advancing from Ar ever, able to keep tho enemy guessing. from ".neville that the Ilrst snow The extensive pottery industry at the Hlver toward Lille. PAGE 4. Local News Items. mentteres The slEnlftcance of the important tiling, f the reason fell in tho mountains Fast Liverpool. Ohio, on account of Others are doing the wise The nfllcinl renorts of these battles movement of troops In Helgium In the PAGE 5. College News and other why do you not fall in and do like- Suiiia night. This saved heavy loss a quarantine placed against the foot state that the Gorman attacks were past few days is not explained by the, Hems. wise. Iteuew our subscription to from forest llres as they have been ami mouth disease, was affected on rennlspil and that the allies maintain allied commanders. The correspondon timlr nrniitiil between tho I.vb and in parts of the mountains to tho 10th when the Federal. inspecnow and gel your sub raging to the situa PAGE 6 The Land of Urokcii Prom- The Citizen County much tors ordered pottery managers to Langemarck and made an Important ents In the rear differ as seem to fa to January I. n meat loss. In Harlan ises. She Loved Him. Other scription extended and Dlx- tion, though the majority between t'JIrt. (let in on this good deal and timber has been destroyed by the cease packing earthen ware in hay advance view that the Germans are Short Articles. mude. The renorts assert that tho vor the get yoursell or mai near irienn a 'oivsl fires which were not under or straw. Workmen in tno packing allies have made slow nroeress all withdrawing Important forces to stem (ouliol till the rain and snow fell. sheds were sent home, and the work along PAGE 7. The Kitchen Cabinet. In Citizen fountain pen all for $1X0. line as the net result of the Russian advance. nothing to sug' 2 or rumigatiiig material was com forty-eigh- t this hours of fighting. Cent Fare Bill Held Invalid There Is. however, Choose thn Home. How to gest that the Germans keep up a gen10. The menced. Nov. Frankfort. You will have the pleasure of Food Suitable for Illness. Fire Fog Shuts the Armies In eral retreat to the west. Nevertheless War Horses Burned reading the prize lit of the Uore.i Court of Appeals today held invalid Place Fairy Tales. The Farther to the south, along the west the tendency here Is hopeful. cent fare bill, on page three lhe two and one-ha- lf Reports from Norfolk, Va., on tho Corn Show anil Fair Times empha expert of News. a heavy fog PAGE 8. Fast Kentucky which had no enacting clause, as re- 10th say that 800 horses bound lor flank to the Hlver Olse.activities, and military Importancetheof ilusslan pro of this issue. sizes the Interfered with military Sufferers. Poem, The Silent quired by the constitution. St. Nazaire, France, were burned to It annears that tho conflict in this re cress, saying that the Cossacks at Inst Cincinnati Markets. British steamship gion has been much less violent than are at the gateway to Silesia, and Ger is beEnvoy of Greece Recalled. death when tho II is a fact that Tho Citizen On the tUh, tho Geek minister, Mr. Ilemhrant took fire off the Virginia for several dajs. East of the Olse man resources are being strained to coming a household necessity. Our Reducing Turkish Stronghold. to our olllro and Icavo Schliemen. was recalled on account Capes. It is said that tho ofllcen and northeast of Solsswis. along the the breaking point to continue the pre Allien", .nov, iu, inn iinutui nna friends come "... for a de warship have almost coiniilet-- ""''r orders for lhe Citizen to fol- - of a disagreement with his govern- - or tho Lamport and tho Holt Lino Alsne. the allies aro reported by the tene of seeking in the westreasonable French ports on tho jlow them wherever they may bo go-- ! incut's policy, which made it impos were not Hied that threats had been government to have continued their cision no longor within d thn destruction of the situe lor nun to carry out certain made by somo ot the crew who aro slow progress nml are strengthening hope. Dardanelles and murine will noon In ing. They are sure to have tho on the Trojan plains, tuu site iiv innlieil with The Citizen dur- - instructions which lie had received thought to be German spies. Sho positions wrested from tho Germans negotiations SIGNIFICANT in tho unst week. t . i, ...... I. .n. ..I.v. nf 1S.iv is 10 miles off Capo Henry in a badfrom Alliens. ing their absence. On the rest of the battle line $18,000 Fire Loss. damaged condition. ly Irvine Suffers through Hhelnis and the Argonne to Italy and Servla Apparently Seeking Irvine. Ky Nov. 10. Firo broko Many Killed by Exploding Mine Ixirrnlne. there were no Important an Understanding. nut in the residence of Bert MastNaco, Ariz., Nov. 10 General movements by either Bide. Iu Alsaco Home. Nov. 10. Seria is conduct- ers and caused tho destruction of renewed his assault on tho the Germans launched an attack lnc tentative negotiations with Italy Chapter from the book so entitled by Samuel Hopkins Adanii, publithtd by per- two dwellings and tho store owned Constitutionalist garrison ot Naco, aKulnut the Pass of Salute Marie, but for an agreement iu regard to Dalma-tla- , mission of Houghton Mifflin Company. by J. L. Powell. The total loss was Sonora, last night. A long skir- were renulsed. The otllclal news Imll by which Italy will be left free to $18,000, $12,000 of which fell on Mr. mish lino or Villa's troops oloscd in cates that the French line between occupy thnt country on condition that A FAMILY SCHOOL OF HEALTH Verdun and Delfort U effectively propart on the town. A mine, ono or tho Powell. The loss was in sea. tecting the fortresses and Is Bervta Is allowed an outlet to the con. Lesson on Druggists Althmirh the nrnnnsed ncreement covered by insurance, The catiso ol garrison's defenses, was exploded as mntntnlnlni? barrier a foothold In Alsace templates something that may happen "Whenever I see n woman romo ache isn't a disease. It's a symptom, the lire is unknown. tho attacking party passed over tho The outstanding feature of the un body's Fifty-eig- ht shop, continued the drug- a danger signal. It's tho were killed ami official roports 1b that the Germans are In the nit u re, it is regarded as most into the bridge. Implies recognition of Biggest University in the World complex- way of crying for help. Drugs don't gist, "wllli a whiley-blu- e beginning to send army corps to tho significant, as It many injured. Tho rest lied. Italy's lirndomlnnnce In tho Adriatic. wo aro living The world in which Ilusslan frontier, unci that there are Playion and little gray, flabby wrinkles cure a headache. They simply inIntimations Against Football souls was never so interesting as A cotton ulnulnc renort of the cen fresh Indications that the withdrawal under her eyes, I know without ask- terrupt it." ers Resented by Students headache-powde- rs nf the Germnn armies In southern Del sus bureau stutes that 9,828,095 bales head-ach- o now, iu its physical attraction, be- What with tlio ing what sho wants. She's a Mich., Nov. 10. MichAnn Arbor, breeiiinir tho drim habit and tho cause we aro understanding It and igan students raided ami partly de- glum end northern France Is very near had been ulnned from tlio 1914 crop powder fiend" up to Nov. 1, compared with 8,830,390 is consumption cures and cough medi- - discovering its wonders as never in molished last night tho billiard at hand. "That queer look they luwo balett last year. deterioration of tho blood," cinos making uopo iienus, anil mount tno centuries poioro. joining is room of Joe lleinger, who wrote a from Iteiiortx are current In Washington TERSE TELEGRAMS acetenalid or malt whiskey cures and Perunaslinoro common than a tree or a letter in which lit) intimated that said Dr. Strong. "Tho that Secretary of Commerce Redtiela grain of wheat. Yet he could buy Matilbelsch and Hiighitl the furnishing quiet Joy to lhe temper- - flower or a acetplienetidiii or whatever is to retlra from the cabinet and av coal-tderivative may be, eeins iterance trade. I sometimes wonder around these common forms of to throw the Cornell game next chairman of tho new federal The Swedish steamer Atlo has been ex- what we're coming to," remarked. earthly growth, millions aro pour and win S50.000 from students blown up by a mine In the North sea. trade Voninilsslon. to kill the red corpuscles. vIn ink' out their energies and thousands who were willing to bet on Michi Six of the crew perished. The Tnrldxh ambassador at Parts treme cases of this I've seen blood Mr. Goiinley. are eagerly studying and discover- gan. Mr. Clyde rubbed his chin thoughtThree members of the Turkish cab- has hniuletl over till) Turkish Interests the color of muddy water." cominet who were opposed to war have in France to the case ot United States "It certainly makes a fright of fully. "But poor people who can't ing new forms of power. Thowater, resigned, leaving tho war party In com Ambassador llerrlck, who also Is look'Orangelno' gels a lot of atrord a doctor have no recourse hut bined forces of earth, air, womaii. CATTLE. plete control. ORDER QUARANTINES ing out for the affairs ot Germany and light, plain, mountain, lake, river, em. You've seen its advertisements to patent medicines," said he. Washington. An order quarantining Austria. It Is reported that the revolution street-car- s. "Can't nlTord a doctor!" exclaimed snow, rain, sun, stars, tho universe the state of Rhodo Island against Inter Tlio owner of in tho hv German emissaries In the Por Amonc the officers renorted killed got Hp' Dr. Strong. "Why, don't you know in its bewildering variety of seasons, tatn uhlnmenta nf live stock was nre- Orangeine, a Chicago man, tuguese colony of Angola, West Africa, In tho latest llrltlsh casualty list is is the most climate, change, am forces which pared by tho department of agriculture himself: used fairly to live that tioslruiii-'lnkin- g habit Is spreading. Hon. .Arthur K. I). O'Neill. Unionist Cases or the toot ana Did challenge our daily interest and for Issuance. ou tho stuir, until pop I went his oxpensivo form or treatment? The body of Lieutenant General member nf parliament for develop our lives. They aro mouth disease were reported from the Adna It. Chaffee, who died at IjO An. and u captain in the Second Life heart. He's a living, or, rather u you over happen to see A. B. Frost's help to rlclnltv nf Johnson and Washington dead illustration of what his own powerful cartoon called 'Her Last tlio constant university to which all Rhode Island will make the eleventh geles, Cal., was burled In Arlington Guards. living souls tiro privileged to go. Secretary rtryan has begun the dis Dollar? A woman, thin, bent and dopo will do." state to bo placed under federal quar- national cemetery with the full honori settribution of the miniature plowshares "But what aro you to do for a ravaged with disease, is buying Tho earth is itself a stupendous antine In the campaign to suppress the of his rank. Mrs. across Hie counter of a country ting for tho living soul and wo can epidemic, Massachusetts, New York, Ilev. Robert J. Uurdette, better made of old swords which he Is to presplitting hcadaoho?" queried store, n bolllo of some kind of 'sure never exhaust its Interest or com- Ohio, Pennsylvania, lndlaua, Illinois, known to the whole world because of sent to all ambastadors and ministers Clyde, turning to Dr. Strong. pass its entire meaning. The Chris-tai- n Maryland, Michigan, Wisconsin and bia humor as "Bob" Uurdette, Is lying who have signed peace treaties with what cure, from tlio merchant, who "I don't know, unless on ptre Two.) Iowa composing the already wide area at the poitit or aeatn at his home in the United tftatts. Herald. causes it," said Dr. Strong. "Head I OUR OWN STftTE'UHITED STATES MEWSlGERMANS KITCHENER REPULSE ATTACKS Berlin Reports Are ht Optimistic, Law-renccbii- rg sec-lio- ns Tel-egrni- ef pc 1- -3 K, 1 I fatn-land- ed THE HEALTH MASTER May-tore- na ' bo-co- ar bat-ttrd- serv-(Contln- Sedna, Cal. Pace Two. November 12. 11)1 1. out by Hit' 11 tv and sword Hint havo less, slit switched to Plan's Cure and a added the hasheesh habit" to alco- - HATS IN MANY SHAPES X swept lliroiigh the country. "II, Is estimated Hint there nro holism. By litis lime sho had lie- a family newspaper for ill that Is right, 1 1,000.000 refugees in Franco, moro mil red a line, lyplnnl enso of pat tru and Interesting. t f inn half Hint number England, dyopepsiir. That Idea SHOULD 0E EASY TO FIND ONE in PuWUhfvl cvtry TliurwUty nt nrtca. Ky. mill nl least 500,000 in Holland. Hof - j never tiemineil to her, though. She THAT IS SUITABLE. ugces from the bonier lowns of nor next tried Dr. Mile's Anti-PaPilUI BEREA PUBLISHING CO. many and the East Prussian lorri (more ni'i'lanilnl , and finally del (lnrorifiruttt) WM. CI. TROST, lory, occupied by llussin, have lied' elded lining read some ndxertls- - color. Are Usually Employed for Clt.WKRTF.NHLRGER, M.n.alm Editor to Hie interior in what numbers : iilt l.ieralure on l ie sub eel II al i Sporting Wear Notable Doroere (Jlr K. O. BKLLL1IH. Acting Director Bun. F. O. BOWMAN, Aui.tant Mannitr .lav Hchool Cotirae, Stood UlbU Inatl- cannot !e oslliiinleil." she had cancer. And Ihe reason she Have Effect Caught the P nr.V. WILLIAM F.VAN3. D. D. Subscription Kntos many of these refugees was leaving you, Mr. Clyde, va "How Fancy of the Parlslenne. r.WAllUl IN AIIVANCK Dimtif f DiU Court, M.ojf Ililik laabluK I hero arc it is' almost Impossible (hat she had decided lo go to n One Year 15 LESSON FOR NOVEMBER Oik lea Sli Month" lo say and 3,000,000 Is probably a scoundrelly ipiaek named Johnson Vnr annrtfnimlnrnil linta urn Three Mouths ",'w-i"'S'WM'-MNeonsorwitive estimate of Iho great who conducts a cancer Institute In lovely. Ono was In pnlo raspberry JESUS AND PETER. or Kafirc Money numbers who' have thus far felt Kansas Cilv, Semi money ! where he lleeces tin- - P'nk folt, nml tlio ribbon nrounil the I tkxt And whataocwr yr u In wont urner. uraii, Ktwiereu i.eiitr. or one ami iw H:27-JU, U, -- Imo. ,illl;-Lcent nUmtM. fortuiiales'oul of their money on crow ws LESSON THXT-Mn- rk the full force of tlio warfare. 'Jir iT.n'i Mir.1 i!l!?ii.'w.7b The date after our name ott label ahowa to "Besides those that havo Med the prelense Ihat ho can cure cancer T'icn there was a large bucklo In dull ' Mm Col I?. what date your ulicrtfitioii I. pad! It It la not him that thliik'lh (lOt.tU'.N TIlXT-t- xit chained within three weeka after renewal from Iholr homes there are thous- wilhoiit Iho use of tlio knife." iiiuu num. Duiu ii imi us hub bvciiis tii. aUndeth tuke he.l lett he flail. I Cor. notify tia to cnll for a floating veil In white 1 t r n o io:i:. glaitly auppllnl If we ands in different parts of Belgium Mliuimr numteri will The "Can't you slop her?" asked Mrs. washing Ineo. re notified Christian liberal terma glftn to any who obtain new and parts of Franco possibly starv Clyde anxiously. Tho Parlalcnne", at last account", Tho record of IVtera falhiro Is a renllio tho true Mi.cr1rtlona for u. Any one sending u four ing anil hopelessly facing Iho com "Oil. I'vo aliniiwwl Imp! Viiu'll llml were qulto enthusiastic ovorthoBmn.il early ubcrlptlonscan recelteTheCltlfen t h n t sad story. Mark, who received his rrlutlon for one year lorhfrnwlf ing winter." Iho remains of her patent medicine cr rnllor shapes In white, palo bluo should exist be- - Gospel from Peter, give It In clear Adfrrtlalng rateaon application, You havo addetl your prayer lo in the I Hatter myself i or Palo pink felt, tween work und outline. This suggests that Peter did MFMftKft OF inese Rinart shapes nt down on tho die great volume of petitions that I've llxed her case." t'ot spare himself. pleuturc. I. After Passover Feast, vv. 2741. havo gone up lo God for peace If life Is not (o Grandma Sharpless gazed at him head nfter tlio manner of a man's hat. Surely you will now add your gift solemnly. '"Any doctor who claims "VVi i can bo trttnmcil with a band bo ono round of On tho way to Olivet Jesus wnrns the work, It most cer - disciples Hint all would bo "offended" to the volume of material sympa , o cure is a .p ack.1 Quotation from p,ncPd ribbon or with n slnglo rose flat on (no Mm near the front. tnlnly In not to be (caused to stumble) because of what thy that Christian America is show Dr. Strong," she said. Somo milliners, nnd very many of nil ono round of was about to occur. Not ono escnped, ing for those In such dire need. "Nearly had me lliore," admitted our photographic beauties, havo exagWork, Matt. 2C: 56. Zech. 13.7. Peter, assured pleasure. promptly. he. "Fortunately I didn't use tho gerated tho bergero outline Wo havo Send your donation KENTUCKY I'RKSS ASSOCIATION not amusement. Is In bis own mind, denies that this either to this office, or if you prefer. word 'cure.' It wasn't a case of had models which wcro raised at tho the chief end of should be true of him. so confident direct to No Whiskey Advertisements! cure. It was a case of correcting a back over dozens of roses or volus not was bo of himself and of his devotion, man. Widows and Orphans Relief Fund, stupid, disastrous little blunder in uminous loops of ribbon. Theso hat Over acalnst this warning Jesus mini thla xiliit No Immodest News Items! mado tho head look grotesque and exwork, not amuse - sounds tho noto of his resurrection, Tho Christian Herald, mathematics." aggerated, nnd so they camo to bo re- went. Is the business of life. God tins nnd It wns chiefly In their Inability New York. '"Mathematics, ch?" repealed Mr. garded with suspicion. THE CHRISTIAN HERALD RELIEF laid upon every man the necessity of to catch, or comprehend this note, that Clyde. "Have you reached Iho point Put one of tho most Important and vork, nnd for this reason has dlslrlb- - they stumbled. Particularly Is thl FUND FOR THE WIDOWS AND OR THE HEALTH MASTER where you treat diseaso by algebra, Influential inlllluers In tho Iluo tie In uted "to livery mnn his work," Is It true of Peter. That Jesus could found PHAN3 OF THE WAR IN EUROPE (Continued from Pago One). and triangulate a palienl for an op- Palx was an enthusiastic admirer f not Just In this connection that we n church on tho vulgar tragedy of a Mr. Theodoro Waters, secretary es lier with a smile, the Louis XVI period, and sho has may lw Ju.tlncd In finding fault with criminal's death was beyond tho range eration?" some notable bergere hats tho profeselonal sport, Iho , man who of his understanding. This of Tlio Christian Herald, has just re Not ipiile that. But poor Maggie created wcro while her two ragged received with rapturo by gives up his wholo life to pleasuru? fldenco won tho beginning of his fall. turned from Washington, whero ho children, with hunger and hope in suffered all her troubles solely thru which has hecn in conference with the their pinched faces, gazo wistfully an error in llguring by an incompe tho moro exclusive Parlslenncs. When tho main thing hi college and; Frov. lo:m. it is pnuo one Ono of Stale Department and the Englisl at the food in tho glass cases. There's tent man. A year ago she hud trou- velvet, withthese models In of black university life Is athletics itre wo not which men have In their own strength, satin ribbons. In sappMro Justified In protesting that life's main that Is the chief reason why they are French, Belgian, German and Rus- Iho wholo tragedy of a wasted lifo ble with her eyes. Instead of go- blue, combined with dull red roses. saved. If they aro nblo to care sian enihassies regarding the Relief in that picture. 'Her Last Dollarl' ing to a good oculist sho went to This gives excellent results, or It purpose la being lost sight of? Play not themselves, why do they need tho nnd amusement Is but a aide Issue In for tlio Widows and Orphans Fund for Phat's what the patent medicine is ono of these stores which offer ex- might show black velvet t'bbon with life; when It becomes tint wholo help of another? of the War in Europe. This Fund, Peter's Denials. after. A doctor at least tries to aminations free, and lake it out in a slnglo pastol plnk roso. Theso bats thing, then It Is harmful and sinful, no at this writing, has readied 50,00) cure. demand that tho hair should bo matter whether tho amusement In Peter trusted his own hearL A man Hut llio patent nicuicinc tho price of Ihe glasses. The ex- dressed high nnd sailed for Europe and Mr. Waters rather loose at tlio queitlon be In the forbidden category Is a fool who will trust such & deceitful policy is to keep tho suff- amination is worth just what free sides. October 28, for the purpose of con shark's 28:26. Prov. erer buying as long as there is a things usually are worth or less. Several smart hats aro distinctly or not; then even Innocent amusement member. Jer. ferring with Ambassador Page nl becomes morully bnd. Amusement Is Peter's loud profession Is answered by glasses for lampshado In design. to buy with. Why. a nos They sold her a pair of London and with Hie English Com lollar left to work what whetting the Bcythc Is to n dcflnlto prophecy of his utter failtwo dollars. glasses were fig Theso trum domrd mitlee of The Christian Herald Fund got, that advertises heavily has ured out somo The degrees wrong, ered withhats haveor satin,crrns cov harvesting; ho who never stops to ure, v. 30. "Dcforo tho cock shall velvet nnd translift to sell six bottles or seven lo create an edgo tolls bard and cuts but crow twice, thou shall dony mo and arrange for immediate relief each victim before tho cost of cntch- - for her error of vision, which was parent brims mado of tulle, chiffon or littlo, while ho who whets the scytho thrice." Again Peter contradicts tho work among the Belgian refugees in shadow lace. Ono model chosen had Afler very sllghL anyway. The nervou-strai- n nil day cuts none. If the mother en- Ird, "I will not deny thco." Peter's England. From there Mr. Waters ng that victim is defrayed. caused by the effort of th a dainty llttlo wreath of dull gold Joys amusements moro than shu does later denial of the person of Jesus la to Holland nnd to Bel that, the profits. Since you've brot is to proceed roses, framed In silk leaves, circling her tho Judgment hall Is prefaced by a the up the mailer of expense, I'll give eyes to accommodate themselves to tho crown, nnd tho wide brim turned her children, the wife more thanmorn denial of his master's assertions on gium, where he will confei-wi- th domestic itutlca, the husband the false glasses and. later, the ac- back very slightly from the face. own American Ambassadors and the you an instance from your that) his tho way thither. Ho had to leam wiscumulated mass of drugs witli which In the snmo atelier a similar nhapo than his home, the mnn moro members of tlio Relief Committeo in household, Clyde." labor, and tho student more than bis dom and humility In thn bitter school ilcrel What's Ihis?" cried Mr. she's been insulting her insides, an was carried out In mldnlght-bluchir books, then amusements nr harmful of experience. Peter Is quite llko us those countries and make Una! ar "More all that's the mailer with Maggie.' ' tn velvet nnd shot gnuxo. which and wrong. rangenicnts for the handling of the Clyde, silting up straight. all. but he did learn nnd profited thereshowB seams of deep blue, silver and "That is, Iho glasses caused the 2. The true Christian will aeo to H by (I Peter t:S), which cannot bo Fund there. If conditions permit patent dosing." very dark purple. Tho crown of tho ,in,ii,Mii,.t "One of the servants, Maggie, the Imnil ii.h.. nnH Hi.. that his nmusemrnts aro really ri'cre said of nil of us. he will also go to Paris and complete iii.i nun viiiiuu uj a uiwruw unilil ui II. Following Afar Off, vv. 53, 54. for work in France. The nurse, rve got her whole medical the stomach derangement," said Mr skunk, and at one side there was a athr. and not dlsslpattve. the nlans Peter "followed nfar" Into tho court A man may lie ho long In a bath possibilities of travel and other con history and she's a prime e.xanlplo:cJ'c largo black satin Iris which had Its nd (ho general break up, (hough petals lined with silver gauze. that ho comes out of It all exhausted, of tho high priest's nnlac. We havo siderations will determine whether of the Dupe's Progress. She's run t Nov. 1st) that or he can take a pi unco or shower and suggpited fl.eic Iho glasses may havo started both Tho charm nnd popularity of members of the gamut of fake cures." he shall meet with the mpted Peter, yet nffectlon ' ,)cforo tl10 ,.. . i i comi out all the boiler prepared for xeal nnd .. . .. pot in sailor hats covered with i. ""strums ever the comniilleo for Germany and Something must have been the " ",ui tho duties of life. Sols It w Ith nmuso- - " w" T their evil work. Nowadays, the wisi black velvet are unquestioned. These ments; It may countries. other matter with her to start her off, warneu. jonn ij..jo. be Just tho opposite. doctor, having an obscure stomacl may bo said to be tho clou of tho sea- Tho Tlio American Advisory Commute though," said Mr. Clyde, amusements of the Christian Fnu uml " son. Many of these models aro un- garden whert "That's the joke or would bo if trouble to deal with, in the abscne trimmed save for a folded band round should build up lost tissue, rest tho; cakne, began In is completed, being mado up of ' ikl nt ruin It l P"- - That courtyard iin ifooL a I J Iill! tho crown or a fancy feather; others tired body and rejuvenate tho Jaded VS "J l v I prominent ministers of the leading it weren't pathetic. She started out V'tlltlaraf has a most poten' havo a length of black taffeta ribbon. mind, they must build up thn whole) and Its brazier of coals was n danger by having headaches. Not knowing eyes. denominations, as follows: and physically, mentally, morally ous place for any dlsclplo of the lird. influence on di- - with a plcot edge, twisted round tho mnn headache-po- w J. Wilbur Chapman, D.O.. Chair any better, she took The servants and soldiers of the pow. and spiritually. geslion. I know of ono case ol crown nnd tied loosely at ono side. era against Christ were congregated man; David James Burrell, D.D, ders." 1. Tho Christian's pleasures will. "One for you, Myra," remaked Mr. chronic dyspepsia, of a year's stand-inabout tbnt first. It la never snfo to Pastor, Marble Cocompletely cured by a chang Handsome Tailored Costume. recreate physically. This body of t tho . "miiii uuvct'ii lib vuw rin'iui.-- - iiiw . ., ,, , . , llegiate Reformed Church, New York; Clydo to bis wife, in an aside. iiriruuii iis in.- - ii'iiiiii'' ui iiiu limy being "Bad heart action and difficulty in of eyeglasses." D.D., Vice- gnost. It Is Incumbent upon him, though wo aeo It constantly Junius B. Ilemcnsnyder, Ps, 1:1. "As a financial proposition," said Chairman, Pastor, St. James Luthe- breathing the natural result scar- .wf- - .,... i... i, Ii ,i.i t i..i.. iIII un J000. Matt. Mivunriu limb hit n', hid ii.ru; .i. .I III. I Know Not This Man," vv. 6ft- khiu, iirnii, pun, nnu iienuiiy n eon-- 72. While nt tho lire, a serving maid ran Church, New York; J. C. Hartzcll. d her into (he belief that sho had Mr. GormIey,"your nurse must have dltlon ns possible. come out at the wrong end or th The body needs,I looking nt Peter snld, "Thou nlso wnst Impetus was given D.D., M. E. Bishop of All Africa; heart trouble. relaxation: It needs rest fmn thn with tho Nntarno, even Jesus." Im- Chas. A. Eaton, D.D., Pastor, Madi- to (his notion by an advertisement horn." strain nnd tension of life; It needs mediately and without any seeming "Decidedly," confirmed the docwhich she found in a weekly, a reson Avenue Baptist Church, new blood, new nervo tissues; It neeiln 'I patent medicine denied, and declared Prof. It. A. Torrey, D.D, Dean ligious weekly (God save the mark!), tor. "She spent by menns of recreation, to bn better hesitancy Peter his Ignoranco both of tho mnn and of The cancer of Bible- Institute, Los Angeles; 'A. T. idvising her not to drop dead of about forly dollars. fitted for the renl tanks Hint lie with-- understanding what sho said. Peter Sweeney, D.D., LL.D Former Pastor earl disease. To avoid this aw quack would have got at least a In Its sphero of labor. did not sympathize with what was beLenox Avcnuo Union Church of the ful fate, which was illustrated by a hundred dollars out of her, not Tho test the Christian must apply to ing done to w ns heart . ..... u.. ui.- recreate, Mt bmVfl Jesus, but nt.cparnehe ,lm Disciples, New York; C. L. Goodell, sprightly sketch of a mnn falling flat counting her railroad fare. Two ...... mmfth ,Q E. on iho sidewalk, sho was earnestly hundred dollars would be a fair cs M. D.D., Pastor, St. Paul's " ' "'V ""-"self from tho enemies of Jesus thereby body? Kxcess in athletics Is not rec Church, New York; D. H. StelTens, D. implored lo try Kinsman's heart limate of her littlo health-exc,,raw upon n,m,clf ,ort of Evangelical emedy. Sho did so, and, of course, sion among Iho quacks. Any gooi! D., Paitor, Martini " " .: . III "" ",""' , , censuro or condemnation HUB Lutheran Church, Baltimore, Md.; got worse, since tho 'remedy' was physician would have seat her to "bout him made f0"l'R been ruined for llfo by excessive rope u ,,, nrgt William II. Moody, President North-fiel- d merely a swindle. About ibis time an oculist, who would havo lilted cailJ. for ,,c,cr ,0 uMor Jumping. Many pleasures dissipate noto Having dona so ho of denial. Schools, East Northfleld, Mass.; Maggie's stomach began to 'act up,' proper glasses ami saved all thai tho lowers of the body Instead of ro- - pnssed on porch and heard into John P. Peters, D.I), Hector, St. partly from the medicines, partly e.xpen;-and drugging. The entire creating them. Apply auch n tost to tho llrst crowingtho the cock. Tho of P. E. Church, New York Michael's; which bill for doctor, oculist, ami glasses from tho original trouble certain forms of popular amusements apparent contradiction between Mnrk F. C. Iglchait. 1).D Field Secretary. caused her headaches." prevalent todny: tho theater, tho nnd tho other writers over tho ques- might havo been twenly-llv- o doldance, tho card party Do they recre--' League; H. E. DuPuy, "You have'nt told us what that lars. Yet they defend patent medion of tho numbpr of ;,,, irem9 uu ur uu iney umaipatiu no llie Secretary to tho Committee. cines on iho ground that they're as, Strong," remarked Mr. Clyde. to bo solved by John 18:25, where violate tho lawa of physical health by reference Is mndo Herald Fund is to sevcrnl who The Christian "Later. Maggie now developed ca tho 'poor man's doctor."' their Into houm, their Impure atmos- spoko nt tho snmo time. Doubtless growing surprisingly, especially in tarrh of tho stomach, superinduced .Mr. iiormiey rose. "Poor mans phere, their modo of dress nnd con- - thn nf Hm f!rt mnlil nrn rivafBB view of the many oilier demands by lending ono of old Dr. Hartman's undertaker, rather," ho amended. duct, or aro they perfectly consistent ' enforced by those of another on tho on the country at this time. But it Pertina nds. She look seven hollies "Well, having sufficiently blackwith tho observance of tho lawa of , BCCOmj occasion: they both brought an W by no means keeps paco with tho of Peruna, and it cheered her up guarded my own business, I think goon neaitn nnu nygicno7 If theso nccusatlou against Mm. increasing need of the Widows anO piilo n bit temporarily and alco- - I'll go. Here's the wholo thing amusements violate the lawn of 8peeeh Betrayed Peter. health, then, until such times as they Orphans, who are in no way re- holically." summed up, as I see it. It pays to This second maid addressing tho can bo brought within tho realm of sponsible for the great criino of "Then it was smclled on go to tho doctor llrst and tho drugrecreatlvo pleasures, tho Chrlstlon onlooklng spectators snld, "This Is one are her breath. And that I war, but who, nevertheless, I accused her of gist afterward; not to the druggist must placo them on tho forbidden list. of thorn." nnd agnln Peter denies tho tho chief suHercrs because of it. Irinking," said Mrs. Clydo remorse llrst and the doctor afterward." Ho had escaped one 2. Tho pleasures of the Christian nccusatlon. The need for help will bo felt mori fully. only to bo plunged Into an- .t uVwttllll nn,n1l Dr. Strong walked over lo tho gab-wit, . 110 biiuuiu ivwuuiu liiciiiuiljr. tf 1. lUlVil and moro from now on, on account cal must not bo developed at tho exhim. On his return Mrs. Clydo "So sho had boon; raw alcohol, d"y . "f re,h ,efmwI . ?a.b? tho cohl weather, which inevitaof penso of tho mental. Giantism must remarked: n bly must niako tho sufferings of llavorcd with a littlo caramel and Jam0', ' V 1 by no menns supplant lntellectuallsm "What an Interesting, thoughtful up with a fow drugs. To V Mind I. greater than theso homeless ones tho moro in- loctored , ?1":S3 ni,d .. 1 ward tho closo of her Peruna ca- - man. Aro most druggists like that? Iet1or11JUh. stone and Ill.marek nro grater than tense. BeC"d cor, her Hlomach became pretty I ,Ty L. Bulllvnn or James J. Jeffrie 'They're" not all philosophers of John d,d.ni,dt ? A report front London reads: "T1eJ,?,m,llfrom h 9 Tho Christian must nsk himself, acsensitive. Also, as she tho trade, like Gormloy," said Dr. 1 "Threo million refugees without customed to strong liquor,wasn't kid- Strong, landing '"'.Tm n. fore. "What effect do ,v ;" "but they have to bo pretty her mU8t b?,onn f ih r"0W; homes or money, in many cases neys were somewhat affoclcd. and amuscmente have upon iny mind , In intelligent before they can pass tho " lacking sufficient clothing my tnougut. my thinking? Do and hop daily paper sho read a clarion Pharmaceutical Board V V' ..." " in this state, Model of crepe do chine cloth build up. ennoble, purify, Ten Fotreven food, niako ono result of little call sanctify; or,hlm0, b.? a wa,"! from Dr. Kilmer of tho Swamp and put out their colored lights." bottom, for ho accomtrimmed with stripped satin ribbon. do they debase, befoul, besmirch, de. touchod, more than two months of warfare Hoot swindle (tho real Dr. Kilmor "I've often meant to ask what tho Tho coat shows the new cape effect. bauch? Is my thinking higher, nobler, pcnlos hla denial with curses. fit Europe From his high nnd exalted state of in it Swamp Root to become a cancer green and red lights in front of a more God like because of tho pleasmind, hla high bopea as to Jesus, ho 'Tho fall of Antwerp added fully quack, by tho way), which seemed drug-slor- o The "Manly" Waist. ures In which I engace?" stand for," Bald Mrs. 500,000 men, women and children to to her lo diagnoso her case exactly. Clydo. 8 port eMrts for tennis and golf wear All things aro not to be Judged by sees himself a traitor and Jesus about "What Is their derivation?" the already long list of homeless So she 'tanked up" somo more on "Green Is Iho official color of med- during autumn weeks aro exceedingly tho cyo; the mind discerns also. to be crushed by the band of man. Peter was passionately devoted to , sulTerers, who must depend ion that brand of intoxicant. Sinco sho ical science," explained tho doctor. mannish In cuL In fact, they havo RlinVcatmnr.. annnba .k. sblrt-talls- , J even mascullno to be h.th hnAv iuw.,1 ,.,v. . and bad felt that he could go tho bounty of others for Iholr keep. as continually drugging librsclf. "Tho green Hag, you know, indicat ii k fii nil i rir tufcriir ni pniirnH. nanpnm ; Franco, England, Germany, Austria. tho natural resistance of her body es tho hospital corps in war-tim- o 'Ina iioavai a Kew mm to real crammed with dls ;Z Vilpf.hnnfl anil ' Russia and Belgium have all felt was weakened, and she got a bad und tho degree of M.D. is signalized flntshed with link cuffs which may be br A thi. . L w,rned' "e b1 been inystlfled and tho olTcct of tho sufferings or this cold. Tho cough scared her al- by a green hood In academic func- rolled back on the arm during the W bout the cross Iterf' whllt Jmu great army. Enlgand and Franco, most lo death; or rathor, tho con- tions." game. These shirts aro beautifully ture. rf; had protested. He bad high and noble book" do w r especially, and tho neutral nation sumption cure advertisements which but globe on tlio other tailored and finished and are of white tn8 cbrletlan'e master should Inquire" im,br "And tho red of finely striped pussy of Holland havo been tho chief suff- sho look to reading did; and ',,ihi Si 10Di the ,lmlt" ot h, Permission shu side of tho storo: what does that tub silk ornot sheer enough to "show ..Wha, willow Bilk, erers, for to thorn havo como spent a few dollars on tlio fake faciAa'r mean?" through," since a transparent effect 1. always the gravest dwie tho homoless hordos of Belgians, tory which turns out Dr. King-- ' "Danger," replied Dr. Strong grim would entirely destroy Ullored, amblon Mt 0Btroll4- fleeing from their homes or driven New Discovery. Thlb proving worth- ly. I I mannish suggesUoa. The Citizen Tnnrm7 attam t I The Christian and in Editor-livCh- i Amusements I i I I smoAYSam Lesson . r I e "'y J' l, 1. ,L 1 will nsh-barr- , , half-pityi- half-cynic- al, self-con- 17-- - I I 1 1 w? 1 nvni-itwi- . a Eye-strang in Vice-Cliainn- A 1 i I n 1 I New-Yor- - " ur , ' l '"! Anti-Salo- h I -' T' J "aT' Lt 7 "t" nl-,.- C. ;, (T a ... ..... ZlLti AwM? Aw i, te umtoF2ftlt' irumlltm TulL.l M'ra"" Novinlicr I?. HHt. thk PROPER FEED r.rriZKN Pago Three. mmmmmmmma9mmmmmmmmmmmmrmm I MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spencc, Farm Demonstrator and Special FOR HENS OF IMPORTANCE Investigator THE rOLLOWINO IS A COMPLETE Hest of Sorghum, $1.00 cash by rAIR SHOW HE REIIEA HELD AT HEREA, OCTOBER 31st Barker A Scruggs Ned Bowman. Ilesl, Duller Beans: I do. 10 Largest yield on nny boys' corn ocnl packages of Jell-hy A. II. rluli acre: SUM per Im. fur crop, Ily Shor- l- Mrs. J. W. Ilnlne. .Inn. Welch (lllherl F.lkins, Walnut Ilesl Head Cabbage: 2 pkgs.ofKy. Meadow Pike, Hlend Colfee, by rf. Winklor-lt- oy Largest yield of corn on clu'i riutnn. iicro in ouch nf tln four districts: Ilesl. .'I Pumpkins: I sack l'.ldean fee llerea College wilder I'loiir, by Slraiilhor (Soil A Co. term, tOir.. James Carrier. 1. Walnut Meadow I'lko OilliorL Hsl II Parsnips: 5 lbs. sugar, r.ikin. by W. K. Livesay's Iloslaurntit Mrs. 2. Hip Hill nntl Scaffold Cane I'iko f.. II. Moore. - (!en. Itnwmnii. Hest .1 cans n.ld. fruit: $2X0 cash, Itonnlil Swinfonl. .'I. Dlfipiitanla by K. F. Coylo Mrs. Will Davis. I. Iliall AlbH Smith. Ilesl 5 Apples: $1.00 cash, by J. L. Ilet 10 oars corn grown on acre Guy -- Miss Ailelia Fox. in each or I club district; 2 fruit Hest pound Ilutter: $2.00, Parker trees Maiden Nidge Nursery, Con- Founlaiu Pen. hy Porlcr A Moore way, Ky. Drug James Fowler. 1. .loliu James. ((si I'm it Cake made from Kldcau 2. Wasn't Judged. Flour: I sack by Mfg. Co., Herca, 'I. Ilonnld Swinfonl. Ky., I cook Hook by Miss Agnos A. 1. (I) Allen Smith (2) Topi In Tyle- r- Nora While. s. Vst or the prize winners or AND CORN Hall Coffee, hy Jingle's Iloslurnnt Nora Mc'Jueen. LIVE STOCK 1 a m da Annnrtaa ni JUII.J, t n JJUilUJll.t 111. U. nitwr. Ul Off THE OCCASION OF THE DEDI- CATION OF RUSTIC C0TTA0E TO THE WORKING- - OF THE FIRESIDE INDUSTRIES HHEH Smith. Largest yield corn on club aorc on by Jennie H. Fish. Mary Stewart, forest land: One Kirksville. llorea College year's schscriplion lo Tho Citizen: Itet Calico or Gingham dress all Hill. t. Alex. I'lcg-H- Ig material to cosl $1.00 or less: 1st Hill. 2. Co. Pigg-- HIg $.1.75 Mesh Hand Hag, by Marcum A llel 10 ears corn grown by any HobiiHon: 2nd, Sugar Shell and Holman. 1st prize .100 lbs. high grade, ler Knife, by J. W. Stcphens-O- ra fertilizer Iterea Hank & Trust Co., Todd. As long as (he farmers, boys and 2nd. ton ground limestone Burdelte girls in Ibis (errilory tnko such an A Son. Interest in farming and household 1st., John Jnme. 2nd., T. H. Stevenson. arls as were exhibited at this show Largest car of corn, HO cents, by there will ho no danger of suffering 11. J. Kngle M. K. riannery, Kitu,'-stofor want of food or something lo wear. Ky. I wanl lo congratulate tho farmIlesl 10 ears of popcorn: I sack ers on their interest anil Flour, by N. J. Coyle l'.ldean in producing such crops as Lulher While. Hest On roc Jersey pig, cither sex, were exhibited at the corn show not over t mos. old, $100 cash, by witnessed by a thousand people. More interest shown this year Will l'lanery J. K. Anderson. Ilest Poland China pig. either sex, makes us know thai ncxl year will not over 1 mos. old, $250 cash, by he a doubled success and improvement over the year I9M. It. It. Coyle J. K. Ilaker. I'm very glad indeed lo find thu Turkey nobbier of any breed, Best since the $1.00 cash, by J. S. fioll J. C. Gilhert. farmers so interested Best qt. sample seed wheat: I sack show in gelling ready for a greator best Hour, by It. L. Potts A Son -- Mr. farm production next year and bringing belter exhibits to the HeSmith. Hroadhead, Ky. cowpca rea Corn Show and Fair in 1915 gallon home-grow- n He.it seed: 2 acks 10 per cent acid phos- than 1911. Lei us all fall in line and develop Montgomery. phate, by Pr, our farms and hy doing so wo deJoel I'arldig. .ean 7 yrs. old). Het pk. Irish Potatoes, $2.50 hat. velop ourselves and our neighbors. NOTES by Cornell A Coylo T. J. Coyle. Oct ready winter is here. Host T, Irish Potatoes: $1.50, by Pruilt Smith -- Jeff Ilolman, Hiall. Huild a shed for the cow. Host 5 Sweet potatoes, $2.00 hat, by Coyle. Hayes A flolt T. J. Ituilcl a chicken houso for the Best 5 Onions, $1.00 cash, by J. I). chickens. Clarkston IM Smith, Hiatt. Heaviest Pumpkin or Squash: Haul in the straw. H. S. 50 cents cah. hy L. Hohon Is your plowing dono? If not lake Johnson. Host :i lxels: 2 lbs. of Harrington, advantage of these splendid days. 1 n, Hest work and greatot Improve- Cream Wheal Flour, by Herea Homent mailo on any club aero: 5 ller Mills Mrs. C. W. Johnson. toolhi'd cullivator, hy Jno. Welch Hest Stand or Mantle Cow John .tnmes. or Pair of Pillow Shams, $150 hat, -- Het Loaf Light Hread: t sack :7vii'tfii1ii A Good 111 Type of Black Minorca. other day, If this bo fed regularly. Some green feed was given at tho samo time, but this was not considered, although doubtless of valuo to the ration. On a farm, milk would bo a good substitute for tho meat. This ration Is for hens confined In yards whero they cannot get any feed except that given to them. Hens at liberty do not need meat feed during the warm months when Insects and worms abound, nor do they need any green stuff of any kind. A Leghorn hen needs more feed In proportion to her weight than does a Wyandotto or Plymouth Rock. I would say that a good ration for ono of tho larger breeds would be four ounces of grain per day, with meat every other day, as In the case of the Leghorns. Hens may be fed a much larger ration than they need, for they will eat as long as they can swallow their crawB not seeming to havo any feeling of repletion. Tho properly-fehen will lay to tho limit of her capacity on considerably less feed than Is generally given. A good many hens do not pay because of too liberal feeding. d A great ninny (locks of liens nro fed too much. When this Is tho caso the lien,s get hot, their muscles becomo flabby, and they do not lay well. Hens which .aro fed liberally take on fat very quickly unless means to compol them to oxcrclso Is furnlihed. This may be accomplished by throwing their feed grain Into litter of some kind where they must scratch it out. Hens Hint are exercised In this way remain healthy and strong and lay regularly, unless too much grain Is thrown Into tho litter. Naturally, hens that are underfed will not lay, bo It becomes a matter of Importance to know Just how much should bo fed to a hen to keep her healthy and In laying condition. This matter has been tested many times nnd tho conclusions do not seriously differ. In my own experience I havo found that a Leghorn hen will maintain health, vigor and capacity to lay regu-larlon three ounces of mixed grain a day, with half an ounce of dried and ground beef scraps substituted for tho sumo weight of grain every y (ny.nt.L.nn runvis.) POULTRY FREE FROM VERMIN ROAD-DUS- T BATH ESSENTIAL -- Most Difficult and Trying Problem Is Nature's Way of Freeing Fowls From to Keep Plant Free From Lice-Pr- oper Mltet Little Work Now Saves Worry Later On. Procedure. Ono of tho most difficult and try. Ing problems which the poultry keeper has to meet Is that of keeping his poultry houses and stock reasonably free from lice, mites and other external parasites. There are many proprietary preparations on tho market designed to accomplish this end In one way or another. Most of these preparations are. In proportion to tholr efficiency, very expensive. In keeping a poultry plant free from lice there aro two points of attack: One, the birds themselves; the other, tho houses, nest boxes, roosting boards, etc. For tho birds themselves experience has shown that tho best way to get rid of the lice Is by tho use of a dusting powder to be worked Into the feathers. In using any kind of llco powder on poultry, It should always be rcmombercd that n single application of powder Is not sufficient. When there aro lice present on a bird thero are always unhntched eggs of lice ("nits") present too. Tho proper proceduro is to follow up a first application of pow-de- r with a second at an Interval of four days to a week. If the birds are badly Infested nt tho beginning It may bo necessary to make a third application. To clean tho cracks and crevices of tho woodwork of houses and nests of llco and vermin, a liquid spray or paint Is probably tho most dcslrnblo form of application. When the pullets nro ready to go Into tho laying houses they should bo freo from llco. Tho laying houses should be given a thorough cleaning. They should bo first scraped, scoured and washed out with water thrown on tho walla and floor with as much prcssuro as possible from a boso. Thoy aro then given two thorough sprayings, with an Interval of several days Intervening, with n solution of cresol. Then roosting boards, nests, floors and wnlls to a height of about Fowls need some kind of dust to roll In, as that Is nature's way of freeing them from mltes. Road dust Is the best of all, and the fowls seem to like It best. It requires only a little time to wheel In a few barrels and dump It in some dry place for winter's use. Then arrange a framo about six Inches deep and threo feet square and keep It filled with tho dust. Arrango the frame In a sunny place, as the fowls seem to like a bright spot when dusting. If a bath of this kind Is provided, ono need never fear mltes of any kind. Coal ashes aro also good. Wood ashes should never bo used, as tho lye often irritates tho skin, but fowls enjoy picking over them for stray bits of charcoal. A little work now will save lots of worry later on. rARM FACTS By Peter Radford Help lo organize rural life and make (he country a better placo in which to live. The problem that confronts tho farmer next in importance to distribution is diversification. Agriculture has gone through two thousand years of evolution ami is still in an experimental stage. is the stumbling block, and systematic- marketing the Over.-producti- on ooinmunicalion witli tho markets, provides a sitting room for tho community wbero the families can assemble rind discuss tho events of tho day without Iho inconvenience of travel or loss of time, nnd in sickness and emergencies, it renders a divine service. Kentucky farmers should encourage the building of telephone companlines. Local ies can be formed nnd country linos built al small expense. AMERICAN HORSES IN BATTLE Tint American horso is ono of the Clean out the nests and whitewash thoroughly. It Is better to darken the place lected for the nests. In profitable se- slepping-slon- o of agriculture. llrst to nnswer the bugle call of the Tho mongrel is a thing of the past Kuropean war. Representatives of many foreign governments are in this country purchasing horses for the various armies of tho warring nations and practically every state in tho Union is contributing cavalry material to the belligerent factions. Tim American horso is a utility animal and excels thai of any other country on (he face of tho earth. He has plowed our fields, fought our battles and is Iho most faithful of animal kind. His reputation has extended (o other countries and ho is flvo feet are thoroughly sprayed with, FARMING going to perform the services tho llco paint (kerosene oil nnd crude in now foreign In this ago of countries which bo has carbolic acid described nbove), Finalfor ly, any yearlings, or older birds, which manufacturing and commer- so faithfully fulfilled al home. whether male or female, which are to cial Interests havo attained wondor-fdevelopment and success by WHAT A MACHINE SHED SAVES bo kept over for tho next year's work, aro given two or three successlvo merging their resources, il is not to The hinder left out out behind the dustings, at Intervals of several days bo wondered al that corn crib or out under tho willows to a week between each application, has slowly but inevitably wended Its will rust out in from live lo seven with tho lice powder described nbovo, way into rural life. Tho old meth- years. So will many other farm before they aro put iuto the cleaned od of individualism is gradually givimplements. Tho daiuago lo the houses. spirit ing way lo tho binder will amount to $20 a year. and (ho result is a greatly reduced Breeding Place for Vermin. To build a shed and work room cosl of living and lessened expense Plrt floors In a henhouse get foul combined which would houso the after awhile and provide a breeding of farming. A cement floor Kentucky farmers are leading tho hinder, (he cultivators, the manure placo for vermin. movement and It is, spreader, tho plows, tho mower and doesn't, cost much nor rcqulro a great implements of tho average lot of time to put down. It kept covgradually lining oMeuueu iiuo every other farm, will cost $250, says ered with litter It makes the very best coiumuni'.y life. featuro of W. K. Fuddou in tho Missouri Valley kind of floor. Fanner, nnd every year the shed RURAL TELEPHONE Important Factor. Thu telephone is ono of tho most will pay back n rich dividend. A CleanllneBs Is an Important factor nrofllablo business agencies thai tho shed will make a binder lasl twice In the duckhouse as well as the farmer can employ. It affords him! us long and save $10 a year on the facilities for keeping in constant1 price of that machino alono. ul 100-ac- ro II is tho duly of every farmer to see Dial his wife is supplied with every equipment to lighten her labors. Toeliminate wasle andinelllciency in market ing, tho farmer should keep in closo louch with market conditions. Tho problem of marketing is tho biggest business proposition of nny ago or nation nnd ono that will require the combined efforts of all the agencies of civilization to solve. poultry culture. As a rule bens learn to eat eggs by having them broken In tho nest. Stale bread soaked In milk makes a good feed for chicknewly-hatched ens. Fowls will eat a large amount of clover, "whether fed greon or dried as hay. Fowls that fatten easily should have plenty of exercise, unless being fed for market. Charred corn on cobs Is a good way to feed charcoal to fowls, and nothing Is better for bowol trouble. An overfed hen is stupid, lazy and unprofitable. Tho cngor, active, hungry hen Is tho profit-make- A mixture of two parts lard and ono part kerosene oil will remove the scabby formation on the legs. On a farm good management, good facilities and good markets are more valuable than the breed of fowls. A short list of Manual Laborers, men who linvc been lenders of men, yet were some time hnml workers Gobelin, a dyer. CURING THE HALTER PULLER Shakespeare, a wool carder. Hum?, a plough man. Band Around Horse's Body Surprises Lincoln, n rail spllllor. and Mystifies Htm and He Soon (Irani, n tanner. Learns to Behave Himself. Cnrncgio, a weaver. Orvillo Wright, maker of aeroHnvo you ever owned a horse that broke his hnlter ropo again nnd again? planes. Pt. Paul, a lent maker. bnve seen romo Hint woro tied with long chains bccniiso tho owr.cr Our Master, Jesus Christ, n carof over keeping them In their penter. stalls by any other method. This hnb-I- t So I am pl.nl loday lo congratumay bo cured very easily, howovcr. College, lo cnngratulato a band around tho horse's body late Ilerea Put In front of the rump. To the un- - Kentucky, on tho uohlo Department Just of Fireside Industries, now famous Ihroiiglioul tho world under tho wider name "Arts and Crafts," which you havo instituted In Iterea and to I which this building is this day bc- -' im dedicated. It would bo superfluous, and an Impertincnco in me, a stranger, lo rehearse here tho talo of its wonderful and Providential beginnings; bul I confess my heart thrilled Willi in me as I listened a night or w ago to Mrs. Krnbcrg as, with lashing eyes and brilliant speech, sho pictured tho siniplo yet dramatic Cure for the Halter Puller. genesis of this work in its Dcrcan dersldo of this attach ono end of t'.i nativity. halter rope. Run tho ropo through tho your And I musl congratulate halter ring, but do not tlo It to tho vise President on Ids happy sclec-'.io- n ring. Tie tho loose end of the rope of ono to carry forward this to tho manger In the usual way. When tho horso pulls the band will tighten .vork in Herea, and, through Bcrea, on his body. This, says Kpltomlst, Is n the nation, whoso eyes aro upon so unusual that It surprises nnd mys- I ou. Do you rcalizo that they aro tifies him. It be hns had the habit ipon you? long, howovcr, he will try again, and I think it was Thorcau who said again he will be surprised. Gradually hat if any ono can do anything bet-- cr ho learns that he Is not master of the than it has ever been dono situation. Ills will Is broken and the tho footsteps of men will soon habit Is cured. jeat a pathway to his door, though t was in a wilderness. In your HOW TO IMPROVE LAMB CROP irescnt Director of Firesido Indus-ric- s, "President Frosl defected such Practice of Allowing Youngster to i person, a woman with a vision, yet Run With Mothers Until Breeding .villi trained hands subservient to Time Is Objectionable. .our ideals. Vision and skill are Lambs should be weaned when from ho well matched pair that carry four to four and one-hamonths old. ncn lo success. So says Frank Klelnhelnz, shepherd Wo havo this from Tennyson: of tho University flocks. In answer 'I doubt not through the ages to numerous Inquiries upon this sub)no increasing purpose runs, ject nd the thoughts of men aro widenMany flockmaBters allow the Iambs ed to run with their mothers until breeding time. This Mr. Klelnhelnz re- .Villi the process of the suns." It seems a far cry from 1 150, whon gards as very objectionable for It annoys tho ewes and keeps them In poor 'can Gobelin first entered his little condition. Moreover, at this time the lye shop, to the comprohensivo lambs get but little mill: and they irosent day technical schools (open-- d will really do better without It. primarily for tho masses) with Whon taken from their mothers, heir new and loftier conception of the lambs should be put on a piece of ho significance of manual labor and fresh pasture, which will help to in lech-lic- al avoid much of the stomach worm if symbolic manifestations art. There havo been many trouble. After weaning time the ewes should 'mils on the way, yet in all ages havo been those who never bo put on a scant pasture for about there a week In order to dry them up quick- bowed tho kneo to Baal, but saw, bely. During this period they should be yond tho crudities and horrors of milked a few times to prevent the our coniposito art and often meanudder from caking and as soon as ingless artistry, up to tho holy matthey are fairly dry they ought to be rimony of beauty and uso. placed on good pasture again, where You hero today aro giving conthey will put on flesh and become strong nnd vigorous before they are crete expression lo tho truth that bred in tho fall. art and craft may not bo divorced. Early weaning and good enre of the Craft, divorced from art, loses its ewes after the lambs are taken away dignity and, failing to beautify tho enables the owes to go Into winter familiar things of every day life, quarters In good condition, thus aidmeaningless and unprofitable ing winter feeding and Insuring a to tho spiritual conception, while large crop of strong lambs In tho art, divorced from craft, loses its ' spring. fecundity, confers nothing on tho rank and lllo of mankind and is only Johnson Grass Exterminators. Tho Tunis sheep utilized In the another glut in tho homes of wealth. breeding experiments of tho Arizona It is to the joyful concord of theso station farm havo developed great eff- two, that wo owo our beautiful iciency ns Johnson grass exterminators. cathedrals, our massivo bridges, and Director Forbes says that 176 of these our delightful roadways, as well as sheep were sufficient to keep down the the utensils nud furnishings that Johnson grass on flvo miles of weedy mako homes homey and preserve all ditches during the entire growing seaThey saved the cose of ditch thai is indcstructiblo in commonest son. cleaning and at the same time made things. And so, ns you pass and repass wool nnd mutton grow where one of tho most stubborn weeds of Arizona this Temple of Industry day by day, had grown before. and hear tho clink of tho treadles playing about tho oaken beams, you will bo inspired by what Doctor Frost and Mrs. Krnbcrg aro clasping hands to achieve tho idea, scarco conceivable, lo lift, by simplest na-tiarts, tho life of tho mountain Tho market demands light hogs In summer and heavy bogs In the winter people to tho plane of seeing that tho essential beauty of Iho human time. spirit can ho translated into action Openings near the ground should be and permanency. closed so tho young pigs cannot crawl Mrs. Fannio Casscday Duncan, through. 1000 First St., Louisvillo, Ky. To prevent thumps glvo the pigs For Iho opening of tho new buildplenty of exercise nnd do not overing for Firesido Industries at Dorea feed them. College, November 2, 1014. Experiments Indicate that most of tho body increase of young pigs ocA wax bath treatment aa cure for curs at ulght. dlseaso Is now advocated by a Pa1U Feed the hogs lightly, preferably risian scientist. His statement of on dry feed, Just previous to shipping effects Is certainly to bo token as a ccrcoua matter. thorn to market. bo-"o- re, lf es Live czj Notes Stock vo In feeding grain to hogs, even In summer, It Is best to feed on a clean, tight-feedin- Sam Thing, "So you'vo becomo u lawyer, Itas-tusi- " The profit In raising turkeys comes from their ability to pick up a living for themselves a good part of the time. If tho most prolific hens are retained and the worthless ones marketed a great Improvement will soon result. "Yes, Bah." "Llko it better than being n walterr "Oh, yes. Bah." "But how about tho tlpsr "Ob. I gets 'em. sub." "You get thenir Your dairy calls for pigs to patch "Yes, sab. I guts 'em; but I call 'em out tho profit of utilizing much that retaining fees now, sab." Yonkera will be wasted if you have no hogs to 9 9 floor. Judgment Is the outgrowth of experience, yet a man may have a wide experlenco nud yet lack In Judgment eat It Statesman. tup. r.rrt7RN November 12. 1014. 1 " ' LOCAL PAGE NEWS Wear a new pair of Florsheims, $5 and $6 Or BERBA. AND VICINITY, pATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A The weather man plainly tells you Low Shoes should or Bostonians, $3.50, $4, $4.50 These are quality shoes from sole to tongue. They'll stay Rood looking longer than cheaper grades and will therefore give you value received in extra satisfaction and good service. You may choose from a good variety of tans and Hatsl llatsl Ladles' Hatsl at Mrs now blncks in newest styles including colored tops. Laura Jones, Chestnut St., Berca, Ky, RICHMOND, KY. Sptcitil latlt for mm of quitl .isc and hard-to-jNobbv school hats for girls and fttl. ACCIDENT, ladles at 50 and 75 cents. Ladles' FIRE, LIFE. tasty black and whilo sailor trim AND LIVE STOCK (ad; med ?2.00 to $2.50. INSURANCE RICHMOND, KENTUCKY Miss Mary Minnich, who has been See the New Life Policy. visiting with her sister, Mrs. Tarl- ton, Combs, on Center street, is vis Itev. Barley M. Racer, a formor THE OCG STUDIO illng her brother, Will Minnich of Miss Ella Adams left Monday for a student, Is still pastor at Lafollollo, Professor Elliott of tho Academy C. II. Little of Indianapolis, Ind.. Lexington. O. C PURKKY.Prop. spent Sunday with Miss Addle Fish. department spent tho week end at few days' visit with friends in Cin- Tenn., ami Is rejoicing in a son, Miss Rose Minnich, a former Be Before returning David Gordon Racer. Photographs, cinnati. Ohio. High Class Mrs. II. C. Spiva and grand- his homo in Lancaster, Ky. rea student is visiting her aunt and daughter, Jessie, returned homo Cor homo she will visit her brother. Mr. Enlarging, Kodac Finishing 15 pounds sugar for $1.00. Mr. R. F. Spence nnd Miss Nina friends in Bcrea. Miss Minnich has Monday from a three week's visit in nett's. Chns. Adams of Flaulgnu. (M) King were in Ionia over Sunday to Picture Framing just returned from Colorado where Marion County with her daughter. The Misses Carruthors and Bryan Miss Mary Fee, and Mr. Burl Fee see Mr. Sponro's father, who still Over Bero Bank and Trust Co. she has been in school for the past Mrs. William Morris. returned Sunday from their trip returned to their home in Clarks- continues very ill. Lexing (Continued on l're NvO Mr. William Long purchased a thru the mountains and report a burg, Ind., nftcr a pleasant visit Office rhoti 13 Hldne Phonei HI A 19 three years. She lives at ton. house and lot from J. K. Baker on a very pleasant anil profitable trip. wilh friends In Heron. Mrs. S. K. Baker is busy this week Drt. B. F. & M. M. Robinson Mrs. J. ft Steele of Chestnut street Boone slreel last week. Messrs. Dillnrd and Milford uuiey moving her stock of goods from the PlIYIICUNS & SURGEON Mrs. Iloldorinau, who underwent wore called to their homo in Big has been sick but is much better store, on Richmond street to the Office Hours. 8 to 12 . m.. 1 to 4 30 P. m. an operation at tho rollego hospltnl Stone Gap. Vn, last week by the now. Kr. new building on Main street next last week Mr. II. IVarl and son Jasper of as doing deatli of their brother. is reported Office. Br Bnk A Trutt Hulldlnir. Br. to Richardson's store. nicely. Miss Etta Buyer of tho Collego East Bernstatlt, spent Sunday wilh Tho revival meetings at the Bap BARQAINS WATCHES Mi's Myrtle Click, who has been department, left early Sunday morn his sister, Mrs. Sallie Pearl Hanson. WATCHES tist church, conducted by Rev, visiting friends and relatives in ing for a soveral days visit with Mrs. Anthony Skinner was opto got your Jew Guiles C. Taylor, Field Worker of Go to Marcum's so, left friends in Louisville, Jiy. erated on lasl Wednesday for perEverything guaranteed. Price tho Home Mission Board of the town for tho past week or elry. Monday for Barhourvllle, Ky., where J. W. Purkey was in Cincinnati forated appendix, Dr. D. R. Botkins Southern Baptist Convention and the lowest, quality considered. Mrs. tho operaton. sho is engaged as a nurse. last week buying goods for his storo performing Next door to Clarkston'i Hard State Evangelist of Kentucky, are Junior Edwards was a Winchester on Chestnut street. Skinner is doing nicely and improvproving a great success. Tho meet Friday and Saturday. Whilo Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Robin'on ing fast. ware, Main Street. ings have all been well attended and visitor there he attended the Y. M. C. A. and Mr. anil Mrs. A. L. Robinson of Golden Grain Flour, 75c. Cornell's. the Rev. Taylor has done effective conference. (ad) Clay county, visited Dr. B. V. Rob L, & N. TIME TABLE evangelistic work, Swell new caps for men and hoys, inson at his home on Estill street ' William Duncan spent week end Nortli Bound, Local new you'll find it at Hayes If it's with his family., 50c to 1.50. Hayes k Gott. (ad) last week. 7:00 a. m. 10:55 p. m. it Golfs. Knoxviile (ad) Mr. G. J. Gentry and N. S. Marrhal .Mrs. E. L. Stephens of Salyers- Irish potatoes ft. 00 per bu. Cor3:51 a. in 1:07 p. in. BEREA Tho carpenters have been busy (ad) from Clay County, visited relatives 7:45 a. m the past week putting a new story ville, Ky., visited her son, Earl, of nett's. 0:15 p. m. Cincinnati Dr. M. M. Robinson went on a in Berea Saturday and Sunday. tho Academy department for severSoutli Bound, Local on the building in the Cornelius Mrs. J. L. Gay was given a pleasbusiness trip to Clay county last 0:40 a. in. 8:15 p. m, Block now occupied by the Seal al days last week. Cincinnati ant surprise Tuesday night by a Mrs. A. S. Steele of Chattanooga, week. a. m. Restaurant. 12:37 p. in. 12:23 BEREA Mr. Henry Bingham spent week's number of her immediate relatives feiui, was a collego visitor the 5:50 a. m. 7:00 p. m. Knoxviile Miss Luella Pullins has returned coming to celebrate her birthday. end with his family. llrst of the week. Express Train home after a three weeks' visit to See those 25c Brooms at Cornett's. Dr. and Mrs. Scott McGuire and There were several horseback No 33 will stop to take on passen- her cousin, Miss Anna Mae Grant, (ad) parties Monday, son, S. T. Jr., spent last week as gers for Knoxviile and points beyond. near Richmond. Miss Grant canm and mountain Mr. Cyrus Short who Is teaching which was an ideal day for such. 'guests in the Welch home. Soutli Bound home with her for a few days. at Colmar was in town Saturday and 8:00 a. in. Cincinnati Tho M. E. Sunday School Board will Sunday of lnt week visiting friends 11:15 a. in. meet at the home of Mrs. Sallie P. BEREA mill relatives. No. 32 will stop at Bcrea to take Hanson, Thursday evening. Ladies. I make nice hair switches Miss Daisy Gilbert of Speedwell. on passengers for Cincinnati, 0., and fif vonr rnmlunirx. Mr. I.pii.i A I -- ' points beyond. is visiting friends in town. kinson, Newton, Miss. (ad 21) North Bound Miss Ethel Duncan, who has been MKs Blanche Thurston, former 4:55 p. m. BEREA in Battle Creek, Michigan, spent a teacher of piano at Berea is dean of 8:50 p. m. Cincinnati few days with her mother, left women at Houghton Seminary, Monday for Winchester, for a vislf Houghton, New York, and sends COMING EVENTS with her sisters. Mrs. P. Kearns and greetings to Berea friends. Miss Eva Duncan. Bulk pickles, sweet and sour. CorNovember. Main and Center Sti.t Bcrea, Ky. We are located in our new store nell's, Recl-- J (ad) 23, Lyceum Number The on Main street and are ready to tal Artists. give our customers the very best at Stoves Stoves 20, Thanksgiving Day. 9:45 a. m. Mrs. S. R. Baker, (ad) tention. Procession. 10:00 a. in. ThanksgivMrs. Dave Smith has been sick Stoves Stoves ing Sermon and Praise meeting. at her home on the Slate Lick road. 2:00 p. m. Sports. 5:15 to 8:30 p. ni. Stoves Her friends hope that it is not ty Stoves Dinner and Toasts. The New Garments phoid fever. December. Stoves Stoves Fred Anzer.a trailing passenger For Ladies' . . . 4, Lyceum Number Everett Kemp, agent of the Rock Island Railroad, Reader. visited here Monday. 22, Christmas Concert. Tho new walk from the street to 23, Oratorial Contest and Close of the new school building, which was Term. so generously given by the Priscilla was completed Saturday Earl Phillips of Wildie, Rockcas- Club, tle county, was a Berca visitor the and adds very much to the building :ind grounds. latter part of last week. W. S. Berry, of Conway, mada have been reAnnouncements ceived of the marriage of Ben Gab-bar- one thousand and live hundred traveling salesman, son of A. gallons of sorghum this season and P. Gabbard of Chestnut street, to has sold tbe entire amount. Best Pink Salmon 10c. Cornett's. Miss Julia Agnes Foley of Frank(ad) fort. The wedding took place SatSKIRTS, $1.98 to $7.98 Tho Priscilla Club met at the homo urday, November 7th, at the bride'i In the Newest Modes Mr. Gabbard's many of Mrs. W. II. Bower of Chestnut homo city. Tho Misses Anna Leavelte, Dora Street, Thursday afternoon. The Remember tho Collego garden at friends extend their heartiest program was as follows: The Re- Berea has a nursery of Hurt and Alta Smith completed their and best wishes. HATS and EVERYTHING A pie supper was held at the public of Panama and the Romance grapes and strawborries, all stand- course in the Bcrea School of NursMiss Smith .Methodist Church last Friday ev- of Panama by Mrs. Cromer, the Pan- ard varieties used in this climate. ing this past week. For Ladies' Wear ening. A big crowd and a line time ama Canal, Mrs. C. Lewis. Tho cry is "buy American made goes to the Patty Clay Hospital at Bercan? Richmond, Miss Hurt goes to a hos- J. H. Jackson lost his valuable products.' Why not are reported by those who attended. and Miss Grapes $3.00 per hundred, slraw- - pital at Williamsburg Excavations for the new postofllce pony Sunday night. Hfl.O Leavelto has secured a position in Miss Mablo Lewis spent week end lw,t.r.,',io OA .Ann li.inilnn.l on Chestnut street are now in proOklahoma. with Miss Addie Hill. gress and moving along nicely. Tho socond teams of tho Academy Mr. and Mrs. William Jackson of Mrs. Max Jowctt of Wyoming, Mrs. Laura Jones made a business and Vocational departments played Richmond, Kentucky is visiting Miss Pfaff of the Treas- Galesburg, Illinois, are guests of Mrs. an interesting gamo of football trip to Richmond Saturday. Jennie Fish. Friends of Miss Eva Duncan will urer's Onico tliis week. early Monday afternoon. The Aca Mr. and Mrs. J. Richardson, WilMr. John Pullins, a prominent R. bo glad to hear of her improvement. demy won by a score of 13 to 0. wero motored to StanR. man on tho L. & N., was married liam Johnson William Wilson of High street, Noblo Hill, an old Berea alum fell from a scalfold whilo working Tuesday of last week to Miss Leah ford, .Monday, by Mr. O. Hayes. Miss Sudio Robinson, daughter of nus, principal of the Todd Seminary on tho new livery stablo on Railroad 77 !E CASH STOJiES Stacy, a charming and popular young lady of Irvine, Ky. Miss Stacy Dr. and Mrs. Mario Robinson is very for boys, at Woodstock, 111., visiled street and was seriously hurt. No tho collego Sunday and Monday. is a ncico of J. W. Richardson of sick. hones wero broken but his back, left Latest shapes in ladles and girls' Tho college Sophomore class bad arm and right fool wero badly Irvine. Mr. Pullins is a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Pullins, with wbom dress hats $3.40 to $5.00. Children's supper at VanWinklo Grovo last bruised. His friends wish him a A com- Thursday evening. a. hats best bargain over. they aro visiting this week at !poedy recovery. Wo wish tho young and happy plete line. It will pay you to como Mrs. Laura Jones has In new hats Don't forget you can always get couple a long and prosperous life. down to Chestnut St. and see what and shapes every week whilo tho tho best hat for your money at Mrs. Of the Correct New Styles in Men's and Boys' All tho new stylo sweaters, all a nice hat you can get for such season lasts. Bought lato and can Laura Jones. Evory ono will toll colors, all prices for men, women littlo money. Mrs. Laura Jones, give you a splendid hal for tho (ad) you that. Ask them. (ad) lowest price. Call and sco her. and children at Hayes and Gott. (ad) Ready-to-we- ar Mrs. J. C. Lewis of Lancaster, who (ad) has been visiting her parents, Mr. H. A. Rittor, teacher of tho Acaand Mrs. A. J. Smith for a few days, demy department, was called homo U'l 111 ned to her homo Saturday. Monday by tho death of his brothTho Rev. Brown Willi his boy scouts went to East Pinnacle, Moner, Herman. is now ready nnd complete und we can say with and camped until Miss Maude Parsons, former clerk day afternoon pnrdonable pride that never before have we or any to tho collego secretary, Is visiting Tuesday morning. This is a great other store in Berea shown such extensive assortments hor parents near Berea this week. nu'Ncment to interest our hoys. Beginning November 9, Gordon, the Richor such attractive vnjues. We earnestly invite your end Dlgar Wyatt spent week's Miss Parsons is now located at To inspection of the new goods whether you intend to buy mond Turkey Man, will receive your turkeys. ronto, Canada. wilh lus mother, Mrs. T. P. Wyatt. BRECK & EVANS be put aside it J. S. STANIFER J. S. STANIFER STOVES Big Big Big Big Fish's Millinery The Style and Quality Line Little Little Little Little Coats, Suits, Dresses, d, Shirt Waists well-stock- ed B. E. BELUE & COMPANY Bo-re- FALL EXHIBIT Clothes Hats, Shoes and Fine Furnishings 5000 Fat Turkeys Wanted Wanted, 5000 turkeys that are ready. It pays the farmer to Jiaul his turkeys to the market. Call Gordon on l'hone No. 803 see CLARKSTON L9R Hardware and Groceries MAIN STREET, Near Bank or not, und 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 Phone 803 RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Near Ice PUn HAYES & GOTT "The Cash Store" BEREA KENTUCKY 64 Estill Ave. November 12. 101 L THE CITIZEN composed of college workers arid teachers. This is tho first year they have had a team and makes quite a novel feature in tho field of lle rea sports. Tho game was clean Tho Vocational and men showed lino form and cxccllonl team work throughout. Jones was still very much nllvo and made the majority of tho points for tho Vocational. Tho Faculty squad, owing to their but recent organization, lacked tho systematic team work which is highly essential to suc cessful football. There was flno Individual playing, however, and with sufficient practice the team would be hard to beat. was ns folTho Faculty line-u- p lows: (First half), Bender, nE; Sleenrod, ItT; Smith, 110; VanWin- kle, C; Flanery, LO; liaison. LT Hunt, LE; Cromer, FII; Canllcld, IlII; Logan, LII; Douglas, QU. In tho second half, Canllcld replaced Bender, Hender replaced IJatson, Dalson replaced Cromer, Cromer replaced well-played. Pact Fir. Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky COLUMBUS BUGGIES and MOGULL WAGONS Are the late arrivals which add two more members to the big family-Ameri- can Fence, Oliver Chilled Plows, Foster Rangers and V. C. Fertilizers. Sold exclusively by Just to remind you of our Savings Department 4 per cent interest paid on any amount for any length of time in this department JOHN . DEAN, Cashier Canfleld. A Complete Line of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, LADIES' and MEN'S FURNISHINGS SPECIAL PRICES ON was: Tho Vocational llnc-u- p Short, nE; Click, ItT; Pugh, IIG; Pergram, G; Allen, LE; Dcadrick, LT; Draughn, LO; Howling, mi; Farmer, LII; McCann, FH; Jones, QB. Carter and Walson, subs. Ilass Elliott was referee, and Aden Og, umpire. SOUTHERN TOUR R. H. CHRISMAN 'The Furniture Man" Men's Suits Ladies' Suits Boys' Suits Ladies' Coats RICHARDSON & COYLE Main Street LOCAL ITEMS (ContlnuiMl Arch Flanery, n former student of Berea College, latterly of Batllo Creek, Mirlu where he has been fo two years taking physical training, is now on the way to Cuba, Porto llica, Soulh America via tho Panama Canal on the return voyage. He will bo engaged in playing base ball in those warmer climates durning our Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky winter. UNION CHURCH NEWS TEN AEROPLANES HAVE AIR BATTLE Sermon by the pastor next Ilcv. Charles Knight kindly filled The Berea National Bank No. 84JS Berea, Kentucky Inspiration, and all who possibly Tho can, avail themselves of it. all speak highly of the hospitality shown them and of tho benellls which they derived from the conference. Tho convention lasted three days beginning Friday morning. Friday evening, supper was served at FraTho main adternity lluilding. dress of the evening was by Ilcv. J. M. Maxon. President of Margaret His Hall College, Versailles, Ky. g subject was, 'The Uusiness of a Student." The Saturday sessions were held at tho First Presbyterian Church, with tho following speakers: llov. .1. M. Maxon; Mr. P. C. Dix, Stato Secretary of the Y. M. C. A.; Mr. E. L. Hall, Oeneral Secretary of the University of Kentucky Y. M. C. A.; Mr. (luy V. Aldrieh, Oeneral Secretary. University of Iowa Y. M. C. A.; Mr. I. F. McClelland, Traveling Secretary, Student Volunteer Movement; Mr. P. L. Corbin, State Ilelig-ion- s Work Secretary, Y. M. C. A.; and Dr. K. M. Poteat, president of Furnain University, Oreenville, S. C. On Sunday tho morning sessions were held at the Court House; tho afternoon sessions at the First Presbyterian Church. The speakers for tho morning sessions wcro: Prof. J. L. Hill. Georgetown College; Prof. C. J. Crooks, Central University; Mr. K. L. Hall and Mr. 0. V. Aldrieh. Dr. F.. M. Poteat spoko at tho afternoon session which was a mass meeting for men. In tho evening union services wero held at tho First Christian Church with G. V. Aldrieh and Dr. E. M. Poteat as speakers. There wero 125 delegates at tho convention representing fifteen different schools. lie re a received the prizo for tho largest delegation, with tho following representatives: Fa culty. II. E. Taylor, Hr. lloberts, Secretary Vaughn, Treasurer Osborne, Thomas Parker and Professors Edwards, F. 0. Clark, White-hous- e; from tho College department, Messrs. Stoll, Hillman, Hoagland, Chambers, St. Clair, Higgerstaff, llivonburg, A. E. McOuiro, V. Smith, Larks, and Sides; from tho Academy, Messrs. H. MeOnlre, II. Edwards, Summers, Gibson. V. Wilson, L. Fielder, Sparks, Holman, Whiltakor, Duff nnd Scott; from tho Foundation, Messrs. Hilton, Middlelown, Wiley, J Smith, Hrookshiro; from Iho Normal, Messrs. Dennis, Duncan, Miller and Nichols; from tho Vocational, I). Fielder, Draught), Click, Diedrlck, Fielden, II. Davis anil Caywood. Tho convention was a great success and all who went feel greatly refreshed from tho new leaso of lifo which thoy received, nnd feel better able to meet tho needs and problems of tho local organization. deb-gale- s llc-in- Lexington, is Mrs. Aaron milking nn extended visit with relatives in town. Cornell cut Banker's Choice Cof(nt) fee to 3c. Miss Stella OrlflUli delightfully entertained the members of Mrs. lloberts Sunday School class of the Union Church at her home on Chest, nut street last Wednesday evening. In addition to the members of the class, a number of friends were present and Ibe evening was an exceedingly pleasant one for every one. Mrs. Chester Lewis, of Lancaster, spent several days of lust week with her parents in llerea. from HulT, of Konr.) the pidpil Sunday in the absence of Dr. lloberts at tho Winchester Convention of College Y. M. C. A. FOUR GERMAN AND SIX FRENCH This week the pastor will speak ENGAGED OVER RHEIMS several times at tho Fellowship FRENCH VICTORY. Meeting at LaFollctte, Tennessee, which is held by no v. Harley nacer Enticing Offer To Induce Mikado T6 well known to Bereans. Throw 200,000 of Hit Troopa President Frost will lead the Into the Field. Thursday night meeting. HALLOWE'EN PIE SUPPER The Hallowe'en Pie Social given at the Graded School Auditorium last Friday evening, by the Epworlh League, of the M. E. Church was a splendid success. There was a good program prepared. A welcome by W. O. Hayes, the president, n response by llobert Spence, a reading by Mrs. D. n. Botkin, a musical number by Prof. Hancock and Grace Cornelius, and a splendid talk by Carl E. Vogel, the first Vice President of the League. There were plenty of pies and enough coffee together with fortune tellers to make Iho evening enjoyed by all. NOTICE College News DR. POTEAT LECTURES Last Friday evening at 7 :00 o'clock tho student body gathered in the main Chapel to listen to a lecture by Dr. K. M. I'oleal, the eminent Uaptist educator, president of Fur nam University, Oreenville, S. C. He was to have lectured Thursday morning at the regular lecture hour but was unable to come at that time. Tho subject of his lecture was 'The .Nights of Young People," of which he mentioned four. 1st, the right to bo respected; 2nd, tho right to play; 3rd. the right to bo controlled; lib, the right to inherit. Ho won his audienco from tho very outset by Ids genial personality and in an effective and refreshing manner burned his messago into the hearts of those who heard. His lecture was interspersed with woll-tol- d stories, of which tho one of tho yellow horse proved most popular. Dr. I'oteat addressed tho students Saturday morning during tho nffdar chapel period, and again left a message that will keep. The lecturer was on his way to Winchester to take part in tho Y. M. C. A. conference then in session at that city. Hu is quite an eminent conference man. being ono of tho speakors at tho annual Black Mountain convention in North Carolina. The members of tho Eastern Star will hold their Annual Bazaar in tho Berea Bank and Trust building. Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 2Uh and 2T)th. All kinds of good things to eat. Proceeds lo go for the benelll of tho poor. Report of tho condition of THE BEREA NATIONAL BANK, at Berea in the State of Kentucky, at the close of business, Oct. 31',' 1014. RESOURCES, Loans and Discounts $153,306.58 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 114.77 U. S. Bonds deposited to secure Circulation 25,000.00 Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 500.00 Banking House, Furniture, and Fixtures 5.500.00 Other Real Estate owned 3,000.00 JJue from approved ueserve Agents in Central Cities 517.59 25,583.08 20,100.07 Western Newspaper Union News Serrlet. In other Reserve Cities Cash Items 013.21 Paris. Ten aeroplanes, four Ger Checks and other 090.00 man and six French, engaged in an air Notes of other National Banks 348,75 battle over Ithclms. Tho engagement Fractional Paper Currency, Nickles and Cents , Lawful Monet Reserve in Bank viz: ended In a French vlcotry. Specie 10,321.45 For half an hour the aeroplanes man Legal-tende- r notes euvered 2,000 feet above the city, ex1,753.00 12,074.45 changing volleys. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 of circulation) . . 1,250.00 Tho artillery on both sides suspend ed flro while the city watched theTotal 228,708.43 thrilling battle. LIABILITIES Finally tho German machines, out 25,000.00 numbered but speedier than the Capital stock paid in 25,000.00 French, fled, their planes riddled with Surplus fund Undivided 1'robts, less Expenses and Taxes paid 2,030.04 shot. One of them dropped when It reach National Bank Notes outstanding 25,000.00 ed Its own lines and the pilot waa Iudividual Deposits subject to check 151,403.30 killed. Certified checks 275.00 Allies Call for Japanese Troops . 228,708.43 Total Peking. Enticing offers have been State of Kentucky, County of Madison, as: made to Japan by agents of the allies I, J. L. Gay, Cashier of the above-namebank, do solemnly swear In China to Induce the Mikado to throw 200,000 of his seasoned troops that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Into the European theater of war. J. L. Gay, Cashier. Following the fall of Tslng-TaCorrect Attest: J. W. Fowler, J. J. Branaman, D. N. Welch, Directors. which releases Japanese troops and Subscribed and sworn to before me this 0th day of November, 1014. warships, and removes any German J. M. Early, Notary Public. menace to Japan's prestige In the OriMy commission expires November 17, 1918. ent, the allies are exerting every effort to bring Japan Into the western con flict. A guarantee of a freer hand In the affairs of China Is the price offered for the Mikado's troops. The younger statesmen welcome the proffer with enthusiasm, but the more conservative are dubious. d Joe W. Stephens Meat Market FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES NOTICE iii Tim nnnual nicotine of the Derca Cemelcry Association will bo held at tho Parish Houso, Tuesday night, Novcnibor 17th, at 7:00 o'clock. All citizens interested are invited to be at this meeting. (ad) Jas. V. Stephens, Secy. THE GAME AND FISH COMMISSION into is sending n Special Warden Fruits and Vegetables Mill Feed, Flour and Meal OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE. Main Street, Berea GIVE US A CALL An Automobile Free to You submit the If you are lucky enough to article on this county with instructions to enforce tho gamo laws. Tho Commission hopes this Warden will not. Iiavo to mako arrests, but ho nnd his local deputies will actively cover the county from this dato to tho end of tho season, and violators will bo punished. NOTICE Several Methods Everybody believes in advertising. Some advertise in the newspapers as we do. Others advertise on bill boards and fences. Still others merely tell their wives. We adopt the first plan because we reach more people that way, even if the'other plans are cheaper. We want everybody to know that our bank is a good bank. One where you will always find courteous treatment and be granted every If you are already a possible accommodation. customer you know this is true. If you are not, just give us a chance. Y. M. C. A. CONVENTION Quito a number of (he students and Faculty left on the noon train last Friday for Winchester as delegates to tho slate Y. M. C. A. convention at that city the latter part or tho week. This is an nnnual affair and ono of tho big events of Iho year, Y. M. C. A. representatives from all tho leading schools of the slato oomo together for discussion of problems pertaining to tho organization and to offer suggestions as to how tho work may bo most successfully carried on. Speakors from various parts of tho countries address tho delegates on subjects of mutual interest and benellt. This Is regarded by all tho young men as a rate opportunity for spiritual uplift and let "Why 'Auto Boy' Suits are Better" It costs you nothing lo try. This machine is given away by the makers of "Auto Hoy" Suits, for which we are locul agents. Price $1.50, I3.50, fs.oo, $7.50 Tho open season for Hunting November IDth and ovory hunter should procure license going into tho Held. It is against tho law to hunt without licenso, and nil persons intending to hunt should tako out a libo-fo- ro bo-gi- ns cense Get jour Hunting Licenso before you go into the Held, and avoid the possibility of arrest. Tho flame nnd Fish Commission Is sending a paid Special Warden into this county with Instructions to en forco the law. (VI your limiting Licenso now and bo ready for an early start, there will bu a rush at tho last FACULTY vs. VOCATIONAL llring In your hoy, and let us fit htm out. lie will look well, feel good, and make you proud of him, In 1'Auto Hoy" Clothes. Contest blanks free. Monday afternoon at 3:00 tho Faculty football squad met tho Vocational squad on tho main athletic Held and wero defeated by a score of 12 lo 0. Tho Faculty team is JACKSON COUNTY BANK McKee, Kentucky RICHARDSON & COYLE . Berea, Kentucky I'AKO BIX. TIlF (THFV Nnvnnlinr I?. I!ll. The Land of Broken Promises By DANE COOLIDGE A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution ""Wcfli you "think awful fnRt," an- swered Hookor slowly. "And you don't always think the sarao, seems llko, I'm kind of quiet myself, and I don't like woll, I wouldn't say that, but you don't always mean what you say." "Ohl" broatbed Oracla, and then, after a pause, she cacao nearer and leaned against tlio low wall beside hlra. "If I would speak from my heart," shq asked, "If I would talk plain, ns you Americana do, Mould you like mo better then? Would you talk to me Hud for that Is your name I want you to bo my friend the way you were a friend to Phil. I know what you did for him, and how you bore with hla and that was my fault, too. Hut partly It was also your fault, for you made me angry by not coming. "Tcs, I will bo honest now It was you that I wanted to know at first, but you would not come, and now I am promised to Phil. Ho was bravo when you were careful, and my heart went out to him. You know how It la with us Mexicans wo do not lovo by reason. Wo lovo like children suddenly from tho heart! And now all I wish In llfo Is to run away to Phil. Hut every tlmo I speak of it you shut your jaws or tell mo I am a fool." "TJmp-um,- " protested Bud, turning etubboru again. "I tell you you don't know what you're talking about. These rebels don't amount to nothing around the town, but on a trail they're awful. They shoot from behind rocks and all that, and a woman ain't noways afe. You must know what they're like these old women don't think about nothing else so what's the use of talking! And besides," he added grimly, "I've had some trouble with your old man and don't want to have any lore-madne- Instead of standing silent? Listen, more." "What trouble have you had?" she demanded promptly, but Hooker would not answer In words. Ho only shrugged his shoulders and turned away, crumpling his hat In his hand. "But no!" she cried as she sensed the meaning of bis concealment, "you must tell met I want to know. Was It over your mine? Then you must not blame me, for he never has told me,a wordl" "No?" inquired Bud, rousing suddenly at the memory of his wrongs. "Then maybe you will tell me how he got this" he fetched a worn piece of ore from his pocket "when ray partner Rave It to you! It was right there I lost- my partner and he was a good kid, too and all because of that rock. Here, take a look at it I took that away from your father!" "Then he stole It from me!" flashed back Gracla as she gazed at the specimen. "Oh, have you thought all tho trine that I betrayed Phil? Hut didn't I tell you didn't I tell you at tho hotel, when you promised to be my friend? Ah, I see that you are a bard man, Mr. Hooker quick to suspect, Blow to forget and yet I told you before! But listen, and I will tell you a&aln. I remember well when dear Phil showed me this rock he was bo happy because he had found the gold! A'nd just to make It lucky he let mo hold It while we were talking through a hole In the wall. Then my father saw me and started to come near I could not hand it back without betraying Phil and In the night, when I was asleep, some one took It from under my pillow. That is the truth, and I will ask you to believe me; and If you have other things against me you must say what they are and see if I cannot explain. "No!" she ran on, her voice vibrant with the memory of pout quarrels, "I "I'd Fight, Tool" Spoke Up Gracla. have nothing to do with my father! He does not love rno, but tries to make me marry first one man and then another. Hut I am an American girl now, at heart I do not want to sell wyjself ;J.want,tp. mnrrxtoxJl2IsLCan ganized miners, fholr bells stiiTTe d With. cartridges from their own prlvnto stock, camo clinrgliig up from tho town nnd rallied thom lu the rear. Trained by American leaders they For Courage v.uro tho only real lighting forco to bo depended upon unless tho Americans themselves should lake a hand In the game, nnd that they could not do Hr LOUISE 0. CUMMINGS Author of nlthout iho possibility of sorlou In-"THE FIGHTING rOOi" "HIDDEN WATERS," ternnllonnl consequences, a cli.mco "THE TEXICAN," Etc they could not tnko except ns a Inst Tom Gregory won n girl's lieurt by tcsort to savo tho women nnd children brnvitry. She wns not a witness to It. Illustrations by DON J. LAVIN nnd themselves, but kIii heard nil about It. mid Tom In n srlld, shouting mass thoy swept was from Hint moment n j little god to up tho hill together, dropped down be-- j Coorrlfllit.19U.br Fnnk A.Munwr.l I her. Till la the story of how Tom hind tho defenses, nnd checked the ns-- i distinguished himself. One night. hearho would not bo content to hldo when hla ears, dulled by tho clangor of founded rebels with n volley. Then you undorstand that? Yes? No? Then thern wns another Have you nbovo tho lino nnd pour nut his eoul tho shops, caught tlio distant roar ho why do you look away? battle, ing something In lila riHiin, he Jiimpeil with overy sign of war but tho dead, over the footboard right Into n mini's Hut to tell It to tho turned nnd ran for tho houso, that you hold against mo? on arms. Tom cllhchcd with the robber, "Olt up, IMP ho called to tho Ah, you shako your head but you girl that was an unpardonable sinl who drugged fit tit out of the room, "they're sending a wild car Still, now that tho daimigo was done, v.lll not speak to mo? When I was at downstnlrs mid through (lie door Into Bchool In Los Angeles I saw the cow- thero was no use of vain repining, nnd down tho canyon nnd nho may be (lie ynril. During this moving sriilllo loaded with dynamite!" boys In tho west show, nnd they wore after cursing himself the burglar iiiiido several attempts to "Dynamlto or not," mumbled tho different they woro not afraid of any Hud turned In for tho night. Other put his h.ni'l to his til iMieket to get danger, but thoy would talk, too. I days wero coming; there woro favors grizzled roadmaster, ns ho roused up his revolver, but Gregory anticipated from his couch, "there's a deraller I have always wanted to know you, but he might do; nnd perhaps, as tho tils design mill foiled It. At lust Greg went by, Gracla would forglvn put In up nt kilometer seventy tho first you will not let me I thought you I ory gut his MiitiignnlNt Into a position him for his plain, speaking. Kvcn to- thing yesterday morning. That'll send vero bravo llko thoso cowboys." where lie could himself dniw the reSho paused to make htm speak, but morrow, If tho rebels catno back for her Into tho ditch!" volver. He did so, cocked It mid held Nevertheless ho listened Intently, Thoro was more, ho might square himself In acHooker was tongue-tied-. the uiiirzlo iigiilnst hla enemy's ear. Mmethlng about tho way she talked tion nnd provo that ho was not a cow- cocking his head to guess by tho sound when It camo to kilometer The feeling of the cold steel In that populled him over, that mado him ard. A coward ! long timo slnco any-on- o seventy. It had been a sition li.nl n soothing effect on the burv.mt to do what sho said, and yet had uncd that word to him, but glar, and he censed to struggle. Greg- mo secret, hidden volco was always "Now she strikes It!" ho announced, ory aliimttsl for ii policeman. Ono eying: "Ilownrol" Ho was convinced nftcr tlio way ho had knifed "dear na tho rumblo turned Into a roar; but now that oho had never been a party Phil" ho had to admit ho was It. But tho roar grew louder, thoro wns a eiime and took tho euteh to the station. Gregory, who wns In his nightshirt, to treachery; no, nor even wished "dear Phlt!" It was that which had crash ns tho trucks struck a curve, sot him off. swung went luiek t" bed. and then a great metal oro-ca- r him ill. If she knew how many other girls round tho point, rode up high ns it She was very beautiful, too. In the The next morning nil the pnpers twilight, and when sho drew nearer but Hud put a sudden quietus on that hit tho reverse nnd, speeding by na if accounts of the capture, aud Gregory, Mho hud gone to sleep after ho moved away, for he was afraid she particular lino of thought As long na shot from n catapult, swept through tho world stood and Gracla was In his tho yard; smashed Into a freight car, the ntTiilr wns over, woke up to final would sway him from his purpose. But sight ho swore never to speak III of and leaped, cor and all, Into tho creek. himself ii hero. Indeed, lie was n hero now sho was waiting for some anDo Lancey again, and then ho went to "Thoy'vo sneaked my deraller!" inld before Iirenkfnst It Isn't everv man swer some word from him. though sleep. who run sit down to tils morning men I the roadmaster, starting on a run for the question had never been asked. Tho men who guarded tho casa tho shops. "Who'll go with mo to put with n newspaper before him comI And yet ho knew what it was. mending Mini for hla marvelous plurk. grande slept uneasily on tho porch, In another ono? Or we'll loosen n rail Sho wanted him to steal away with lying down like dogs on empty sugar-sack- s on tho curve that'll call for no rooro It Is questionable If such nets nre the her in tho evening and rldo for tho that tho women might not lack than a clawbar and a wrench!" result of pluck or the result of Imborder nnd Phil. That was what sho bedding Inside. Even nt that they were pulse. "I'll go!" volunteered Hud nnd tho always wanted, no matter what sho better off, for tho houso was close and Hut when he went downtown to busiman who stood guard, nnd as Btartled said, nnd now she was calling hlra a feverish, with tho crying of babies sleepers roused up on overy ness he wn surprised Hint every one side nnd coward. he met took the Hume view of the mat.and the babbling of dreamers, and ran toward tho scene of tho wreck nro brave," mothers moving to and fro. "Sure them bronco-rider- s ter ns the newspaper they dashed down tho hill together and In vague defense; "but there's he said Evtry Sign of War Out the Dead. That evening, having nn engagement It was a hectic nlgbt, but Hud slept throw a handcar on tho track. a difference between being brave and it out, and at dawn, after the custom with Jennie Oglesby, who hnd been Then, with what tools they could foolish. And a man might be bravo for of his kind, he arose and stamped on get together, and a spare deraller on until at last, as tho firing slnckoncd hesitating whether to licatow her affechimself and yet be afraid for other his boots. The moist coolness of the tho front, thoy pumped madly up tho from tho lack of cartridges, a white tions mi him or n rival of his, she people." canyon, holding their breaths at every flag showed on tho ridge above, and lionized the hero Tom, taking advan"How do you mean?" she asked. tage of the sltuiitliin. proposed nnd was morning brought the odor of wet curvo for fear of what thuy might see. tho leaders went out for a parley "Well." he said. "I might be willing sreasewood and tropic blossoms to his If thero was ono runaway car thero ono of thoso parleys so charactersecepttil then and thero. to go out and light a thousand of them nostrils as he stepped out to speak was anothor, for tho rebels wero be istic of Moxlcan revolutions, and Jennie wns very proud of herself In In reality mean so llttlo, for winning so nolile a mull. She talked which insurrectos with ono hand, and at tho with the gunrds, and as he stood there ginning an attack. sumo time bo afraid to take you along. waiting for the full daylight tho masAlready on tho ridges above thom both sides know that tho words ut- to everybody about her lover's prowess, Or I might" ter mechanic joined him. they could hear tho crack of rides, and tered aru meaningless, nnd should ono telling the story IIInguln nnd again. Then ami It was feared he "Oh, then you will go, won't you?" He was a a Jet or two of dust made It evident of them ever result In a surrender tho when To in fell she cried, clasping him by the hand. llttlo man with determined views on that they wero the mark. Hut with terms of that surrender would not bo would die she vowed that If tic did regarded, once the victims wero In tho she would ueer marry, for she could "You will, won't you? I'm not afraid!" llfo, and ho began the day, as usual, tbreo strong men nt tho handles they hands oMho victors. not oxct to find n mnu who had "No," nnswered Bud, drawing his with his private opinion of Mexicans. made the handcar jump. Tho low hills shown such evidence of bravery. hand away, "that's Just w,hnt I won't They were the same uncomplimentary fled behind them. They rounded a (To bo continued) Hut Tom recovered, nnd the two wero do! And I'll tell you why. That coun- remarks to which he had given voice point and tho open track lay before F. F Peabody of New York I a min- married. Mrs. Gregory appeared to try up there la full of rebels tho low- on the day before, for the rebels had them, with something have but one pride In her husband, and est kind there are. It just takes one captured one of his engines and he "Jump!" shouted the roadmaster, ing California by moving u flftocnyear-olorange grove, tree by tree, from tlmt was his brnvery. While other roshot to lay mo out or cripple one of knew It would come toeome harm. and as thoy tumbled down tho bank mantic fen Hi res of matrimony wero our horses. Then I'd have to make a "A fine bunch of hombres, yes," he they heard a crash behind thom and Santu Barbara to bli now wlntur homo worn away by the hard flint of fact fight for it but what would happen ended, on Eucalyptus Hill, five miles distant may the devil fly .away I "and Torn Gregory's display of courage their handcar was knocked Into kind-- j Many palms, 60 to you?" tx with them! They took No. 9 at tho feat high, will also seemed to grow In luster In tlio eyes ling wood. "I'd fight, too!" spoke up Gracia summit yesterday and I've been lismoved. This feat should not be so of hla wife. Tom was not much of a It was a closo call for all thr-i- o resolutely. "I'm not afraid." tening ever since. Her pans are all men, there lied been but an In surprising. Tho transplanting of large money maker, nor did he occupy any "No," grumbled Bud, "you don't burned out and we've been feeding stant and between thom and death, a tret-f- i Is quite a feasible thing and tbu prominent position In tho nffalrs of tho know them rebels. You've been shut her bran like a cow to keep her up In a house all the time If you'd leaking steam. If some Ignorant from death by the most approved fighting rate of mortality is not too high. Hut nation. Hut thero wns one thing In Mex methods him to Ih proud of his bravery True, of the revolutionists, methods this fact la not generally understood. been through what I have in the last gets hold of her you'll hear a big noise which kept tho fighters out of harm's wns grndunlly e1x months you'd understand what I At the time when somo of Yulo's fa- his tnrktlng n burglar that'll be the last of No. 9 her way. forgotten by the community, or, rathmean." mous elms wero cut down to make boiler will burst like a wet bag. er. In tho constant change of Its mem"Now up to tho track!" the roadmas"If Phil wore here, he'd take me!" "If I was running this road thero'd ter panted, as the destroyer swept on way for Osborn Ilecltatlon ball, the bers ttiove who hnd henrd of It wero countered Gracla, nnd then Bud lost be no more bran not since what I saw westorn graduates offered to mako up being replaced by those who hnd not down the lino. "Find some tools his head. over at Aguascallentrs on the Cen- we'll take out a rail!" a fund nnd transplant the historic One person wns not likely ever to un"Yes," ho burst out, "that's Jest tral. One of thoso bum, renegade enHnven author dervalue It hla wife. With frantic eagerness ho toiled up trees. Hut tho New what's tho matter with the crazy fool I gine drivers had burned out No. 743, One evening when Tom was going and itlcs were so sure that this could not ! home from business hu heard cries In That's Jest why he's up across the line but the rebels had ditched four of our tho fill and attacked a Bud and the young guard searched tho bo dona that they did not even bother a house he passed. He listened, and now a hollering for mo to save his best wo had to sond her out. Day girll He's brave, is he? Well, why after and tho boys had been feeding hillside for tools to help with the work. to havo tho attempt made. tbey were repeated. Koine one una day don't he come down, then, and save her bran until she smellcd llko a dis- They fell to with sledgo and clawbar, begging plteously for mercy. The door spikes, tapping off nuts, Jerking out you himself? Because he's afraid tol tillery. Ono of the most extraordinary bo- stood open, mid Tom went In. A mnu The mash was oozing out of He's afraid of getting shot or going up her as Ben Tyrrell pulled up to the and heaving to loosen the rail and tanic gardens In tho world is that laid was heating u crippled boy. Tom told against Manuel del Key. By grab, It station, and a friend of his that had then once moro that only n out, at an altitude of 6,930 feet, on the the limn to desist mid makes me tired the way you people come down from the north took ono something loomed up suddenly on tho Bernard," near tho vnllcy cursing for his pains, wlicreuiMin Tom "Uttlo St track. talk! If he'd done what I told him to sniff and swung up Into the cab. struck lilmMvltli his tut landing him "Up tho hill!" commanded the road- of Aosta. Tills garden, established by ' uikjii the floor Then he told the brute in tho first place bo wouldn't have got "Ben came down at the word he the Into rector of tho hospice, M. tliat he would look In occasionally na Into this ns they scrambled Into a whispered for they'd two of 'em master, and belching Chanoux, comprises specimens of prac- he passed and If he over cnuglit Mini "Oh my!" exclaimed Gracla, aghast. blowed up In tho north and they sent gulch a wild locomotive,II ro uugiuo, tically nil mountain flora, whether It 111 treating the cripple nguln he would "Why. what Is the matter with you? out another man. Hadn't got up the smoke and steam like a And what did you tell him to do?" hill when the engine exploded and went rushing past them, struck tho grows In tho Alps, the Balkans, the, give til in whut lie gave tho hoj. lie "I told him to mind hla own busi blew the poor devil to hell! I asked loose rail, and leaped into tho creek Carpathians, tho Caucasus, tho also suld that he would be buck during A ness," answered Hooker bluntly. tho Himalayas or among the tho evening to luvcutlgnte the case. Tyrrell what his friend had told htm, bed.way moment later, as It crashed Its down to the water, thero was "And what did he say?" Tom told the fctory to Ills ulfe tit but he kept It to himself until he could an explosion mountains of America, Japan and Now that shook tho hills. Thoy the dinner table. He wua nut Interest"Ho said he'd try anything once 1" boy get his tlmo. It's the fumeo, Zealand. It was begun in 1892, but ed lu his wife's valuation of liU prow- Bud spat out the phrase vindictively, thoy blow up like brandy and old No. crouched behind the cut bank, and the trees above them bowed suddenly to was not actuully ready for Inspection I esa und did not look at Her lu learn for his blood was up and bis heart was 9 Is sour! , until H97, when tho rector of tho the slash of an Iron hull. how she received the account of full of bitterness. "She'll likely blow up, too. nut how Intrusted It to tho care of Pro- protection of the cripple. Shortly aft "And "Dynamite!" cried tho roadmaster, "Oh dear!" faltered Gracla. can we fix her with tbeso ignorant grinning triumphantly as hu looked fessor Vaccarl. M. Chanoux was par- cr dinner he took up Ida hut to go out so you do not think that Phil 1b Mexican mechanics? You should have up after the shock; aud when the fall ticularly encouraged In his work by "Where nro jou going V nuked Ida bravo?" been over at Aguas the day they fired of fragments had ceased, and they had "He'a bravo to start things," sneered the Americans. French nnd Italian private and public wife. fled as If by instinct from tho place, subscriptions. "To find out nil about the cui-Hud. "bufnot to carry 'era through!" "'No moro Americanos,' says they struck hands on their narrow For a moment Gracla huddled up that (KMir little cripple boy," was 'let 'em all out and hlro MexiBut back at tho big bouse, with against a pillar, her hand against her cans! Tho national railroads of Mexreply. "It uiuy tie iieeeaMirj for nn It was not left to modern doctors to face, as If to ward off a blow. Then ico must not bo in tho hands of for- overybody giving thankn for their deto separate the child from the man livery from tho powdor train, the mas- aseoclato tho decline of tho Human At uny rule, I don't propose that tlie she lowered It slowly and moved re- eigners.' empire with luxurious warm bathing. boy shall suffer uny mure of hla bruter mechanic raised a single volco of luctantly away. "So they fired us all In a day and protest. Ho Ilomon writers oro full of moralizing tality." Ho know the sound. "I must go now," elie said, and Burt put a Mexican r up In tho know that dynamite had not been re- on tho subject Seneca, glancing back "Boforo you go," said Mrs. Gregory. did not offer to etay her, for he saw cab of old No. 313. He started to pull sponsible for the crash that smote the what his unklndness had done. at tho good old times, recalled that "1 want to show you something upstring of empties down tho track, ears of tho anxious listeners. a "I am sorry!" sho added pitifully, threw on tho air by mlstako, and tho old lloraans, though thoy washed stairs." "'Twos not dynamite!" he yelled. their arras and legs dally, bathed their "What la It?" but he did not answer. There waa stopped her on a . Pulled I It was No. nothing that ho could nay now. train bo "Come nnd see." wholo body once a week. Even when out tho throttlo and sho wouldn't go, "Powder was sour damned 91 as a distillery! Sho Sho In n moment of resentment, driven so he gave It up and quit. She Its! him to a room on the third a warm bath Into blowed up, I tell ye sbo blowed up Bclplo Introduced story, to exasperation by her taunts, ho had "Called in tho master mechanic then was "small and his villa tho bathroom when she bit the creek!" forgotten his pledge to his partner "There's something In tho closet I a Mexican. He tinkered with her oT tho anAnd even after a shower of bullets dark, after tho manner and come between him and his girl. for an hour, right there on the track, don't know If It la a cat or a rat or That which he thought wild horses until she went dead on their hands. from tho rldgo had driven them all to cients," with no pretonslons to lux- what It la," sho said. publlo baths wero could not draw from him had flashed Tom went to the closet and looked thoy ran down a switch engine cover he still rushed to thoso who ury, and the enrllor out In a tit of anger and the damage Thentook back tho cars and called on would listen and clamorod that It was so simple that tho aedllo merely tested In. Hearing tlio door shut behind nnd was beyond amendment, for what ho the tomporaturo with his hand. Things htm nnd a click, he turned nnd pulled the roadmaster a Mex. He cracked the bran. had Bald was tho truth. Hut there was scant tlmo to hold a moved on rapidly and such emperors mi the knob, tlo was locked In. around No. tho nut built a shoo-flon No. 9, for on tho sum- as Commodus bathed seven and olght "Whut the dickens nre you dolus?" 313 and thoy left her right thero on rldgo, and overlooking No answer. CHAPTER XXIII. meals la main track. Two days later an mit of a near-bthe times a day and took tholr "Jennlo. let mo out!" American hobo camo by and sot down the black tank, tho robots had thrown the bath. "Not uuleaa you'll promise someThere are two things, according to and laughed at 'em. Then ho throws up a wall In the night, and from the seIndusthing." the eaylng, which cannot bo recalled off tho brukes, gives No. 313 a boost curity of this shelter they were The loyalty of German operagoers "What Is It?" the sped arrow and tho spoken word. past the centor with a crowbar, and triously shooting up tho town. "1 wunt you to promise me you won't Tho smash of the first wild car had la not confined to tho Siegfrieds and Whether spoken In anger or In Jest, runs her to the roundhouse by gravity. our winged thoughts will not como When we left Aguas on a handcar that been their signal for attack, and as Hrunhlldes, who remain boforo tho pub go back to quarrel with that horrid tho explosion threw the defenders Into lie for a generation. In Vienna was oiun." back to us and, v. hero there Is no balm hobo was running the road. confusion they mado a rush to take recontly celebrated tho fortieth anni"Good gracious! What's the mottor for the wound wo havo caused, thero "Ignorantest hombres In tho world la nothing to do but let It heal. these Mexicans. Shooting a gun or the tt.nk. Here, us on the day before, versary of Johann Strauss' "SHoder-mas,-" with you?" waa stationed the federal garrison, a "You might get hurt" Bud Hooker was a man of few running an engine, It's all the same with great jubilation. Two singwords, end slow to speak ill of anyone, they've got nothing above the eye scant twenty or thirty men In cbargo Half original cast took part In burglar an hour later the hero of the ers of tho of a boy lieutenant, episode wus released after but some unfamiliar devil bad loosened brows." the performance, from which we con- what wan a virtual proinl.se to let the I Being practically out of ammunition his tongue and ho had told the worst "That's right," agreed Bud, who bad ' tho occasion was more no- little cripple suffer. about Iiill. Certainly If a man were been cranlug his neck; "but what's hu did not staud on tho order of his clude that going, but as his pelones pelted past ted for Its sentiment than for Its muHut lie broke hla promise. the bravest of the brave, certainly If , that nolso up the track?" he loved his girl more than life Usjjf and the superintendent's house the reor sical perfection. The. piaster mechanic llstoned, She Loved Him His 1 long-rnng- note-pnpe- road-maste- r, whole-heartedl- y C-- t- con-tnlnt- , round-heade- d fiuh-plat- swlft-morln- rctx-lve- jack-pot!- " I I'yro-noes- boa-plc- o III-- Ma-der- o, e es-ca- t. thft wood-passe- dend-contor- post-morte- November 12, 101 1 THE CITIZEN .1 Pago Savon. IN THE HOME HOW TO CHOOSE TOOD SUITABLE ron ILLNESS Problems In invalid reeding prepantliiMi niitl service t foods Hull ilil the disease and the SIXDOORS I person. I.ITeels of food should always lie In disease I his In u vital noted. Fire Place Fairy Tales FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door j 0 J. WILLARD DOLTE The hampered digestion tit wed. illness makes Hit1 food nf Hie earli it period of ehlldliood (when THE ANT VILLAGE. was llmiletl) ngaln the 'and Johnnlo snld that it looked Just in ressilj of the Mirk ehild. Mill il Johnnie nnd Jessie had Just finished llko tho cow path In the pasture. They should lio reini'iiihoied that the Inslf supper and thoy felt oil nlco and were very tired and hot so they sat of the patient, lias advanced. Infant their nnd Just a llttlo tcenlo bit down to rest In tho shade of a largo comfy food is insipid and unpaliitnLlo even sleepy. Johnnlu and Jcssln wero clover leaf. Boon thoy heard a funny to ehlldreii unless selected and flavtwins, almost llvo years old, and thoy nolso nnd around tho corner of the path thcro camo two big black Ants, ored to accord Willi their (nsl. loved each other very much. They got down from their chairs wnlklng backward and pulling nfter Food must he so prepared as not VEHSE TOR THIS WEEK tablo them a dead caterpillar. Tho Ants only to huo llaor lint to lie fre nt thn llttlo whlto dining-roomny uol fullll Though looked as big as horses and tho Twins nnd from indigestible substances, such that was all their very own,Daddy went wero very much frightened but tho All thy hopes, imvo pntienc still; had Into tho big living room. II innst bo refreshas skins, etc. sun Just built a wood flro In tho big fire- Sandman followed them until they For pcrchnnco ing and invigorating and mil such place, and tho pretty yellpw and red came to a large baro hill with lots of Sues thy happier days begun. as to lnirden or ring Hie system. and blue flames wero leaping and other Ants running about on top of It. -- P. (Icrhardt. Tbo Sandman ran up tho hill nnd I'ood innst lie kept out of Hie sick Jumping as If they meant to Jump popped down a black hole, and the room, also all odors of cooking. right up tho chimney. Mother Dearest was sitting In tho Twins ran right after htm as fast as Food must not lo discussed, as then big leather chair In front of tho flro they could. It was nlco and cool In ever thing seems iinpleaifug. China and iho bad her prettiest white dress thoio and the hole was a regular tunand linen should add freshness. or Tho twins climbed up in her nel, running deep Into the ground. of a physician chair, one on each side, and snuggled After a whllo they camo to a big can only indicate tho restriction of up as closo as could bo, whllo sho round room with white oggs all over diet which the physical condition rocked them and sang a sweet, low tho floor, and In ono corner ot this Tim Writ among 01 nrrd to ileal largest they room they saw lUhtlr Hli faults. imposes and suggest tho general song about tbo Sandman wtlo was had ever seen In the lives. Ant had She their types of food, lempcraluro needed coming soon. Th tilings Hint nvrr happen ore A spark caught upon tho black beautiful wings like a beo, and there oflfii ns much rrallllri to tin In Ihrlr and of feeding to bricks at the back of tbo fireplace were several other Ants gathered an tlioa Hint art accomplished. effects medicines given. and the twins watched the fire sol- about her, feeding her with choice 'I'hi! preferences nml the TASTY diers spread out and march In long, foods and stroking her with their long of patients aro important. bright lines, when suddenly .thpy saw feelers. "That's tho Queen Ant," whispered It Is a rent nrt to reheat and sonro These are known only in the home tho ashes under the blazing logs be- tho Sandman. "She lays all the eggs gin to movo about, and out of them food which has appeared onco In hucIi wheru (hey aro formed and Jumped tbe funniest, tiniest little man tor the whole tribe and It keeps her a manner that Its second so very busy that she hardly ever In all the world. coming l not Slight disorders often disappear The llttlo man Jumped clear out ot leaves tho houso. She Is the mother nlxcd. J'fi&tfm at once upon diet treatment. Skin the ashes onto the bricks and began of all these other Ants and they love Hash Fritters. To two snap his fingers tn tho her very much." to are usually fflflgaa cutrfuls ot hot mashed trotihlesindiscreet diet.dueTheyrestrict- to danco and Just then a little Ant began to poke firelight. ed or disap4tJ IV. "I'm the Sandman," be said, "and its head out of the end of one of the en egg. Flour t(je board pear when tlic cause is removed. nhlte eggs nearest to where they and roll out quite thin, Kxzema due to excess meal is s") cut In rounds, put a controlled. Ilone deterioration or tablosjoonfiil of minced meat on each hone of inferior formation is also pinch tho edges together and round, corrected hy diet. This requires fry until nicely browned. Garnish with full mixed diet and milk and eggs in parsley. addition to regular meals. Shepherd's Pie. This Is on Cam in regard to food saves the but good dish. Rica or potato may bo used for tho cover of tho necessity of care for illness. It also plo. Any chopped meat saves the child's lifo to usefulness covered with mashed potato well sea- and keeps it in health. soned, or cooked rice, then bake until well browned. It may bo steamed and HAVE YOU EVER SEEN A W01IAN turned out on a platter. Garnish with LIKE THIS? parsley. Mali mny bo used Instead of Zona dale, writing a story in the meat It bo doslrod. Woman's Homo Com-- 1 Salad. Mako n .oefnlier strong lemon jelly with gelatin, omit-tin- g panion. pictures one of tier charac-- l thn sugar. Turn tho Jelly Into ters as follows: "She was a little, woman, with molds which hare been rinsed with cold water. Let stand until tho Jelly kind of a piddling expression, lookbegins to harden, keeping somo for tho ing as ir she'd started in good and' top, which Is kept liquid over hot wa- strong, hut life had kind of shaved ter. Add cooked chopped vegetable, her down till there wasn't as much a fow peas, carrot chopped flno, a tomato and a cucumber. Over this pour left of her, strictly speaking, as'd tho liquid Jelly and set away to harden. make a regular person. A person, Bono on lettuco leaves with mayon- hut not one that looks well and happy the way 'person' means to you, naise dressing. Veal Loaf. Chop sufficient cold veal when you say the word. Sho had to tnako two cupfuls, and a half cupful on a navy-hlu- e of ham. Add salt, onion Juice, a nlapaca, hut hotli ot lemon Julco and a quarter them attributes had got wore down of a teaspoonful of mustard. Add a past the nap." quarter of a cupful of cracker crumbs to tho same quantity ot butter. When TRY TO BE MORE THANKFUL well mixed add to tho meat with a dash In Hie Novemher Woman's Home ot cayenne. Lino a shallow bowl with whites of eggs cut In strips. I Companion Charles K. Jefferson, pas-- 1 tho Moisten tho seasoned meat with c lor of the llroadway Tabernacle, thick whlto sauce, then pack It tightly New York City, writing a Thanks-- 1 In tho bowl. Cover with buttered giving sermon entitled "The Beauty I and steam for nn hour. Cool, turn and Power of Oratitutle," gives the or following advice: out and garnish with water-cresparsley. 'Thankfulness is an unfailing Any small amount of ham loft over spring of happiness. A thankful may bo chopped and added to veal for croquettes. A bit of green peppuradda person is never habitually grumpy. to tho flavor, also, llnm ndded to n Only ungrateful people aro incorrich whlto sauco and served poured rigibly sullen. liven in a soinher over buttered toast Is a dish not bo mood ouo can dissipate gloom hy despised. thinking of his mercies. If you think you can say 'I thank you' with They Saw Two Big Black Ants Walking Backward and Pulling a Dead Caterpillar After Them for Their Winter Storehouse. a wry face, try it. Tho act of pro-- ! nouueing (hose words pulls tho face Mother Dearest says that you can go stood, and tho Twins wero much InJourney for a into a smile. Many of us could in- Do youllttlo to?" with mo tonight. terested In feeing it hatch out, when The Divine Injunction. want crease the measure of our happiness "Of course we do," said tbo twins. suddenly there was a terrible crash We would riy fur nil who art- - takrn and the celling fell In on top ot them. prltusrra that they may lo kept and hy deepening our capacity fur grati- "Whero nro wo going?" lio will rcmrmlivr tude." treated by enpturs "Some careless man must havo "I guess I Mill take you over to him who tiaile ua love our mention, nnd stepped on top of tho house," said tho boo tho Ant village," said tho Sand may tho captors truut the captive ua they WOMAN'S LITTLE INSTINCTS man. "Just put these two caps on Sandman, as soon as they had pushed themaelvea wish to t trrutrd, For thoao whose heart Kill bleed and In the November Woman's Home your heads and then wo will be all the fallen earth oiT from their heads, lioso Iiuiiub HIM tie shadowed liy tile loss Tho Ants came running from all diFannie Heasllp Lea, ready." loved (Hits, most merciful Fnther, we Companion rections and Bomo ot them began digpeThe children put the caps on and Would especially pour uut our fervent writing a piece of llction, comments a now titions. In their orrow may (hey feci as follows on suddenly they wero no blggortbuntho gingground, tunnel to tho surfaco ot woman's instincts: because all ot tho old ones the that the I'otnpiif ilonulo Bavlour la very Sandman. Tho fireplaces looked as may their near and very dear to them, mid "These little instincts, such as largo as could bad and a church door and tho Twins out. caved In as It they finishednot get tie In lilm who said, "I created comfert As soon waB ever' am the Uciurrcctlon and tho Life; be- when to run, and when to stand, and wero a llttlo bit frightened, but tho Ant picked up an egg or n young Ant when to hide your eyes, nml when Sandman looked so nice and friendly cause I llvu jo shall llvo ulso." Orant, O llenvtnly Futlier, all wisdom to look over your shoulder, genni-nat- o that they felt safe. Turning toward in her mouth and climbed up the tunto our rulers und Knveriiors. that they nel and rushed away through tho in every woman willi tier llrsl the fireplace the Sandman grasped grass to a safer place. The Twins and may waKe war with the desire to effect their hands tightly and said, "Now the Sandman hurried out after them n latlnK peuie. when those a speeily mid who are now our enemies) shall be again HOW TO LESSEN TARDINESS Jump high." and watched them marching away our friends, nml may this war be the lust They all gave a great Jump right llko a column AMONG SCHOOL CHILDREN of black soldiers. between tuitions who call themselves Christian und who are all niemberi of the "Too bad," said the Sandman. "Now In the November Woman's Home up Into tbo smoke of tho flro, and It could not burn them at all because ot they will have to dig a new houso and one treat family of the common Kuther We would offer a lust petition for those Compaulou a number of contributhose wonderful caps that they wero It Is so nearly winter that I am afraid who In our own and other countries are tors present a variety of good ideas wearing. The smoke lifted them llko they tlmo called upon to suffer hardship thruUKh for public schools. A teacher in Los feathers In tbo wind and It whisked house will not havo bring to get the the Inttrrtiptlon of peaceful Industry. finished nnd In enough Open Angeles, California, tells as follows them clear up the chimney quick as a tho urace of patience. Oram them to last. They may all starve' the hearts und the hands of tho steward how tardiness is lessoned in the wtnk. When they camo to tho top food before spring comes again." to death of thy wealth that thy may help to the they flew down to the ground Just llko "I'm never, never going to step on utmost of their pi.-- Heir iesa fortunate schools of that city: brolhera and slaters. Mny our nation at "A winning method of dealing birds and they lighted In a patch of another Ant hill as long as I live," gross. this time, be a united funlly. cheerfully with said Jessie with tears In her eyes. tardiness is used in the grambearlntr one another's burdens, and ao ful"My goodness," safU Tbe Sandman pulled a funny little filling the law of Christ mar schools of Los Angeles, Califor- Is the biggest grass I Jessie. "This ever saw. It is watch from his pocket and shook It. We ask all In Ida name and for his sake. nia. Iron sockets which securely ' Then he held It to his ear taller than trees." Amen. and Anally lohl a Hag statT, havo heen placed "That's because you are so little he said: each schoolroom door, and now," said the Sandman. "Tbe grass Time Serving. "I cannot tell much about the time "WbHt are you making such a fuss every morning after tho tartly boll looks as big .to you as it does to tho with this old .thing but I euess It is . -- II Yw .11 n.. 1... thought being executor of nil has rung every room freo from a Inl, an about? miio utuci ll,l uuiio. uut iiino to so Iunca. anyway. now we mubt hurry along to tbe Ant So he took them each by the hand estate was a soft thing." tardiness places its Hag outside tho Village It we are to get back la tlmo and In a Jiffy they were back In the 'Terlniw It U somutluies. Hut I have door, so that 'all who run may read.' for bod." big leather chair with Mother Dearto wind up the affairs of a Horeft indeed do tho small persons So they started along through tbe est. feel who can fly no flag, grass and pretty hard walking they Rut when they turned around to "For tho host weekly nverago n found It because the little grains ot thank the Sandman for tbe lovely Doubtful. "Is JIkkIiis enjoying bis now auto- further prestfgo Is acquired by be- earth seemed as large as barrels and time, he was nowhere to be seen, and mobile?" ing allowed tho pleasure of possess- they bad to climb over or around they could not find tbe magic caps After a anywhere. Tbe Are was nearly out "I don't tblnk so. Ue has not been ing a beautiful piece of statuary so them and go very slowly. so tbey skipped up stairs to bed. arrested once since be bad It for ex- long a time as tho average can bo while they cam to a sort ot foot (CeprrUht, UU, by Joseph B. Bowlae.) ceeding the speed Umlf'-Balttm- oro maintained." lo-d- ay tiinc-rehillon LEFT-OVERfood-ha-hils I what-had-liewhat-had-lieen pa-ps I r I I bo-si- do 1 1 1 Berea's Vocational Schools to Training that adils general education. your money-earnin- g power, combined with FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commercial. FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooldn. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door ! Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with eotne vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, tr can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Coarse For thoso who arc not expecting to teach and who are not going thru College, but desire more general education. This is Just the thing for those preparing for mud cal studies or olhsr professions without a college course. II nls--i gives the best general education for thoso who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on oj themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for those who expect to teteh. 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 keeprlght on in their course of study Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District SchooL" 5th Door This is Berea's Preparatory Academy Course the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. Th is now Berea's largest department. Sciences, Academy 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered money-makin- This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. ' BEREA. FIUEIND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with Its afliliatcd schools, is not a g institution. It requires certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowe3t cost, and arranging as far as possible for studenU to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation cf the young people. Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be siclt the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Iicrea live In College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the vuue of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all i have a chance to earn a part of tKit expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really bilow cosL The Coll gv asks no rent for the fine buildings in which stuleitts live, charging only enough rooin rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing nf bedding and towels. For table board, without colfee or extras, U5a week, in the fall, and $1.50 in winter for furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help un expenses for care of school u-- buildings, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is 5.00 a term; .in Academy and Normal $6.00 and $7.00 in Collegiate course, PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent dj the term, board by tho half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM Incidental Fee Room VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION hCIIOOLS $ S.00 ACADEMY AND NOKMAL 5.60 7 weeks $ 6.00 7.00 COLlEOt $ ?.oo 7.00 Board 9.45 $211,115 Amount due Sept, 10. IDH.. Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 4, 1814 Total for term Incidental Fee Koom .9.4 $29.50 9.45 W2.45 9.45 $31.90 8.45 $23.15 9.45 (32.90- WINTER TERM $ Board 6 weeks Amount due Jan. 0, 1015 Board 6 weeks duo Feb. 17, Total for term 5.00 0.00 9.00 $ 6.00 $ 7.0O 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 7.20 9. 00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 1916 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 'This laundry. does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or Tetal $38.00 36.00 18.00 Special Expenses Business. Fall Winttr Stenography and Typewriting.... $14.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 14.00 Bookkeeping (regular course).... 7.00 Business course studies for students in other departments: 10.60 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 7.00 of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. $12.00 12.00 6.00 Srinjt$10.00 10.00 5.00 9.00 0.00 7.60 6.00 I7.0 lt.0f 1.60 1.80 Arith., or Penmanship, each... 2.10 Lit In no case will special Business Fees exceed $14.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea if there is tho will to do so, It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and havo a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time in ta public schools going over and over the same things, when they might b Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies) vith some of the best young men and women from other counties and states. , Applicants must brine or send a testimonial showing that they are above 15 years old, in (food health, and of good character. This may b signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Fall Term opened September 10, 1011. Hurry upl For Information er frtoadly advice write U the BeereUrjr, able-bodi- MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Bcrca, Ky. American. Pnno KlghL THE CITIZKN villo Nursery Co. November Some of thn Mls 12, 101 I East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else it i MtdatMl aateM tlnas la r Vr rka wtttm. Tk tTttne el rood taMl. Wrtt ptaiaty Mt tM pi Miotic, Ixt Mmiltix n 25, christened I.orenc. Mr. John BELL COUNTY Moberly, who has been sick with Hickory Plain 9a Colmar Hickory Plain, Nov. 8- - Mrs. Minn- .fever, is slowly recovering. Mrs. Colmar, Nov. II. Last week there ie Childs nnd children, formerly of M. J. demons has been slaying nl occurred at this placo n quiet but El Paso, Texas, have been spending R. I. Hale's the past three weeks. The fortunate a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. Miss Bertha Fowler, who has been Oscar Chaslecn aro the proud par- - of this place. W. C. Moores and solemn wedding. M. J. Hendrcn. Mr. J. A. ncngc at Berea for somo time, has returned ents of a lino boy. His name is W. F. Fielder was in Winchester couple wns Mrs. Rosa Klrby nnd Mr, Miss Bessc and family will make Iheir homo home. There will be n pic supper Burgess. The election passed off Thursday. Mr. Mike Wills of Win Morrison Jnckson. next year in Ohio, having rented a helil at this place next Saturday very quietly In this precinct. The Chester has drilled several wells Wright, who hns been very ill with farm there. It is reported that ho nighl for the lieuelll of the church, Independent man nginst Powers get In this Immediate neighborhood pneumonia is able to he out again. has sold is storo and home here to Saturday night, November 1 1. Ev ting two votes. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wal- lately. Mrs. Mary Williams is qtillo Messrs. Clay Wells nnd Robert Mar- E. L. Iloblnson. Mr. Paul Corncli-so- n erybody is cordially invited to take lace Ball of Berea visited friends on poorly at this writing. Several cuiii having llnished Iheir work hero painting have moved to Lejayf nnd wife have moved to Rich- part. Miss Martha Fowler, who ha? Clear Creek this week. A goodly were disappointed nl Corinth church Mr. Lou Suffrage went to Middles mond. Doc. Galloway has purchas been staying at Cheslnul Flat, has number of our farmers are sowing Saturday ns Rev. A. Easier nnd Dew Monday on business.- - --Tho ed the homo of Mis9 Lizzie Bogie returned home. ryo this fall. J. 1L Thomas has pur nrd Malherly of Clay City failed to held at Clear Fork church Sun- for eight hundred dollars. Mrs. Clover Bottom chased n farm of Messrs. Shearer till their appointments. tiny was an inspiration lo all pres Dan Maupin is on the sick list this Clover Bottom, Nov. IL Solomon and Todd on tho Cruise Ridge nnd OWSLEY COUNTY It was under the excellent week. Miss Jennie May Hitter has Robinson of Garrard county, passed is going to build and move to it. ent. Posey leadership of Rev. Pence of Crab entered school at Keren. through here on his way to visit his Coyle Posey, Nov. C Jack Frost tin's Orchard and Rev. Browning of LEE COUNTY sister on Sand Lick. Darcus Click Is Coyle, Nov. 8. Wc are having at her father's (G. J, Wild) nnd Buying All aro rejoicing over tho been visiting us. Mr. Clnylon Row Trilby real nice weather for the time of down sick John Farmer, sheriff of Trilby, Nov. 3. Mr. J. H. Farmer land who is teaching school at Cort- visitation of "Jnok Frol" which is Baking I year. Several of the people attend- Jackson county, returned from Illi- returned last week from a trip down land spent from Friday night until n forerunner of n bleak winter. All ed court at Richmond Monday. Mr. nois last Friday, where he had been in Taylor and Garrard Counties. Sunday with his parents, Mr. and mourn tho death of Charlie CampIsom Todd returned home Wednes- on official business. II. N. Dean. Rev. J. B. Jackson of this vicinity Mrs. J. W. Rowland, There is pray- bell, who died nt his home last Sat For this is the lMktx)g powder a day after a week's visit with rela- who has been sick for some lime, is is visiting his sister down about er meeting at Clifly Church every urday. His remains were taken to S .that makes "the tives in Lexington. Joe Todd is ablo to walk around ngain. James London, who is reported to be sick. Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. G. Bingham for burial. taking better." having a new chimney built at Cruse has moved into the Ben Gay "Tater" digging is all the go now. B. Rowland are all smiles over the leavens the V BREATHITT COUNTY present. Miss Nettie Powell spent properly. W. J. Hayes has gone to arrival of a girl. Her name is Res (food evenly Lambric LETCHER COUNTY week with her sister, Mrs. Joel Richmond to servo on tho Federal throughout; puffs a Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Adlast sie Mae. Lambrie, Nov. fi.-Sam Whit'. Whitesburg it up to alr' light- Brougblon of Richmond. Rest Jiiry. A box supper was held at ams gave the young folks a Halof Menifee Co. hns been holding a nesi, makes it de wishes to The Citizen. Clover Bottom school bouse on the! Whitcsburg, Nov. 8. The boys of loween social last Saturday nighl. series lifflitfully appetising- - 5 of revival meetings in this 7th inst., and quite a sum was re Letcher County High and Whiles- - They all reported a nice lime. Mis vicinity. The Biff Bill 'and vboleMjtne. attendance was large Hig Hill. Nov. '.. Little Pearl Set- ceived from the sale of the boxes. burg graded school sot out trees on Lucy Mainons has left for JacksonRemember Calumet tho new school ground, nnd while ville, Florida, where she will spell.' nnd (he interest more Ihnu usual. Is moderate in price, tle, son of A. P. Settle at this place, they were doing this tho girls made the winter. Rev. Patterson preach resulting in twelvo conversions. j highest In quality. j CLAY COUNTY was buried at Pilot Knob, Sunday, up twenty-tw- o dollars to purchase ed at the Buck Creek Graded School The infant child of Thomas Lnncly Aik your grocer fur m Burning Springs Cause inllamation November 8lh. lied at their home in Magolllu Calumet. Don't Uke Burning Springs, Nov. 6. The of the brain. He was taken sick on substitute. County last week and the remains Friday and died on Saturday. Ho school house is being painted by were brought lo this place and laid RcWd Hlslmt was eleven years old and leaves a Messrs McDaniel and Thompson. Awards "THE SILENT SUFFERERS" to rest in the Rime I.anely grave father, mother, brother and two The Rev. C. F. Chestnut assisted by fn"the sunny countries, (he scene of tho New World's yard. Jerry Carpenter who has Hiiib. rrSi lnniliM, Cticit. sisters to mourn his loss. Also a many others have been busy fitIII ay, been on the sick list is some better. tnf. Sknfc. tl.r host of friends. Baty Piggs' baby ting up a store house for a church. abounded, stalk Famine and Death The election passed off very quietWhere Beauty and Mirtli was buried at Narrow Gap last The dedication will lake plac-- ' I he ly. The Huntington Contrarllng Co. today. week. Cause of dontb, whooping 2lsl and 22nd of next month. Mrs. has stopjwd their men from cutting There are charred and crumbling ruins where the cot nnd the cough, The report that Miss Lucy Serada McDaniel purchased a very any limber except the llrst class castle stood, Hayes hnd smallpox, measles, scar- good cow A young son of poplar. And who shall delve in the furrows when tho furrows aro drenched in blood? let fever was a mistake. She was Mr. Benjamin Downey bad the misonly poisoned on her hands and fortune to lose bis right hand by Kaiser In Council of War. face from tho garden. Dr. Corne- carelessly handling a gun. An apLondon. A dispatch to Ileuter'a Gone are the fathers and husbands, pawns in War's ruthless Co. from Rome saya: lius said it was a vegetable poison. preciative audience greeted Mr. game. "Herman advices received hern say She is well now. Next Saturday and Wm. Rawlings last Monday night Gono the sons and the lovers; ah, sweet Christ, whose the that Kmperor William, much affected Sunday is Rev. GeorgcXhildcr's reg- as he addressed them in behalf of blame? by thn Russian victories, haa held n ular service days at Pilot Church. his good old party, the "RepubliOnly the women, useless for strife or stratagem, council of war, which was attended by All that can, come to hear him. cling to their garments aro left. And what And the babes who cans." He is one of Manchester's Gen. Von Illndenburg, the Duke of We are very sorry to hear of our ablest lawyers. Many of bis friends of them? Wuerttemberg and tlio Austrian chief Rev. James Parson's be- wish him to enter the race as a of staff, Field Marshal llaron Conrad ing in bad health. Von Iloetsendorf, to decide on a, furSmoke from a hundred bailies sullies tho autumn skies. candidate for circuit judge ncx' ther plan of campaign." Groans of the maimed anil starving, stench of (he dead arise. year. Arbor Day was observed by JACKSON COUNTY All the world in tho conflict, no nation's heart to rue. making side walks and grading at Twenty.One Killed By Bombs. ' Or hand to help. 0 my brothers, shall America not stand true? Privett tho school grounds by our school Petrogrnd. via London. The Don mo Privelt, Nov. 7. We are having children assisted by our enterpris Gazette's Warsaw correspondent says i Not theirs the blame transcendent, theirs but tho 'whelming some nice weather at present. 21 persona have died In hospitals there ing teacher, Mr. S. B. Webb. during tho last few days from wounds ' loss. School at Flat Lick began last MonVine received from German bombs dropped Touch our hearts with thy pity, 0 Lord Christ on thy crossl day after a vacation of about four Vine, Nov. 0. Corn gathering is from aeroplanes. Crazed, and helpless, and hopeless. Bodies and hearts like ours. months on account of the illness of all the go now. Aunt Rebecca Pen powers? Shall wc not bend to their service all of our God-lethe teacher. Mr. L. J. Peters and nington is a little belter at this 1 Tm W mt BMr m tar eU r Ugu I (laughter Mollie visited his daughter writing. Mrs. Charlie Witt of IlliPROMINENT DISTILLER KILLED. Give with the heart of the prairio wind, generous faring forth! I mtt KMMiKt-ft- r, wtle.w (NH bt rt Ju. I at Heidclburg, from Friday until nois is vistiing her mother at this Give with the warmth of the Southland, give with the strength Sunday. Married at the home of tho place. The infant child of John Sheboygan, Wis. Charles T. Itlntz, of the North! bride last Saturday afternoon Miss Wilder died last Monday. Levi 47 years old, proprietor of the famous Freedom and Peace and Plenty grace our land's diadem. Lou Bullock to Bud Morris of (hi) Pennington has moved to his farm ItleU distillery, at Silver Creek, wns have already done. Satisfaction is Look in your children's faces, and give as you would to them. killed whllu returning from a business guaranteed or money refunded. place. Mr. Bill Hamilton made a on Falling Timber. Mr. C. C. Clark trip to Kewaskum and West Rend, Eleanor Duncan Wood in tho Christian Herald. business trip to Annvillc last Sat- made a business trip to Cincinnati, I'raclically every County Superwhen bis automobllo struck a rut In urday. Rev. Will Anderson and wife Ohio, tills week. George Downey , intendent in (he Mountains gel this the road one mile northeast of Ilolton-vlllo'e. have, pone to Lexington and Hamil- who accidently discharged a shot wont Into the ditch and turned 'Journal. You see a copy at bis ton, Ohio, to visit their sons and gun last Wednesday and shot him- a library. Many valuable buildings j house last Monday night. Note the (able of contents on over. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mack An- self thru the wrist is improving are Hearing their completion here llrst coer page. Then send in your Sulpber Springs derson have moved to Hamilton, nicely. His arm was taken off as well as conerelo sidewalks. The Sulphur Springs, Nov. 7. Rev. THE MOUNTAIN JOURNAL DE- 'subscription and help a good cause along. The address is, "The MouOhio, to make their home. Misses just below tho elbow. Dr. Morris farmers of Letcher county aro busy Win. Kirk 111 his appointment at VOTED TO HOME, FARM AND Vestio Roberts and Ibbie Wilson and Hornsby made the operation. gathering corn nowadays. The ' the M. E. church Sunday after ntain Journal," I'ainlsville, Ky. SCHOOL ad. 22 were here last week having some Nine shot entered tho loft side of election November 3rd, went off very noon. A pie supper was given at dental work done. Is Hie one Journal that should he Browning who quietly. I'tcher is a Republican the Lower School on Buffalo last his face. Mrs. John in vcry home in the Mountain". II Saturday. It proved a success. Maulden lias been visiting relatives at Berea county. Munition, Nov. 7. The election at and Pulaski County has returned MARKETS Many think tint last election indicat- deals with just such mailers as CINCINNATI ESTILL COUNTY es the election of a Republican in oory man, woman or child should this place passed oil nuiloly. Mrs. home. Locust Branch Look out for the next 191 G James S. Brandenburg was up know. E. B. Flanery of this placo is visitLocust Branch, Nov. 7. The at church from Lower Buffalo Sun- numbers. They will contain some ROCKCASTLE COUNTY 1 white SO'c, No. 2 white Corn-N- o. ing friends and relatives at RichBoone fanners aro having nice dry weather day. .lames Botner is teaching a articles thai you cannot nfford to TyijilKOc. No. 3 white 7!&7Mc, No. 4 mond. The post oillco at this place 1 yellow 77 while Boone, Nov. 2. Tho weather is for gathering corn and sorghum successful singing school at Tho November issue will 77Hc. 7S4ii7Sc, No.76ttfr'77c, No. 3 miss. has been moved from its old place No. 2 yellow to making. Rev. C. Johnson failed to People are beginning fine. the llrsl iiirdnllmont of a yellow 7ti0.7i4c, No. 1 )elIow 7514 (his week. Arch Brandenburg contain to Mr. AUord Moores. Mr. fi. P. Satmixed 7ti&t77c, N(w2 has returned to his work nl Quick- continued article on "Love, Court- 70c, No. Hacker failed to III! his appointment gather corn. Mr. Newton Miracle fill his appointment the lirst mixed 76&7til.&c, No. mixed 7ipi at Mt. Gilload tho fourth Saturday has returned from Harlan without urday nnd Sunday in litis month sand. Algin Angel, of Lerose at- ship, mid Marriage" ns experienced 7Cc, No. mixed 7iilj7,3 He, white Tar and observed in tho Kentucky Sunand Sunday in last month. The any cattle. Mr. T. Drew, who was on account of a sick child. The tended church nl (his place is farmers are through sowing wheat day. Bass Brandenburg has been .Mountains. If you want to laugh 7CM7Sc, yellow tar 7tfa7Cc, mixed ear Misses Mattio and Myrtle Farmer thought to have tuberculosis, 73fo75c. King, a daugh- at this place. Hay No. 1 timothy 118, No. 2 timemployed by Chas. Rose. Bivens it will pay you to get 11; if you want quite a number of somo boiler. Mrs. entertained othy 1C25, No. 3 timothy $14. No. 1 ter of Geo. Paynter, is very low. to think, you will have a chance; Irvine Moore has returned to the army. young folks at their home on Saturclot it mixed lC50, No. 2 clover Rice, wife of John Rice if you want lo cry, the cause will bo mixed $11,500 Jlfi1 No. 1 clover $16.50, Irvine, Nov. 0. Mrs. Nelson Puck- day night and Sunday of tho past Mrs. Mary l.r,, Pryse is extremely ill. Miss Verdia Mir- clt remains very ill. Mrs. Bertha No. 2 clover $14.50. week. Mr. Martin Cook is painting Pryse. Nov. 9. Bro. Roht. Dur-bl- n there. Ilound-ston- o Oats No. 2 Tuttlo is seroiusly ill with flux. bis new dwelling this week. W. S. acle and Willie Burdett of There is also running through nrd ll41jr,i)c. white3 60ft50Hc. stand, filled his regular appointment No. were married last week. A Miss Emma Tuttlo entertained a whlto 49 1914c, and S. II. and Ralph Farmer and first Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Ibis Journal a series of nrlicles on So. 4 4SUtUc. No. 2 mixed 484 held Satur- few of her friends with a candy tho Hampton Wolfo who have been in School Exhibition was study of rami Animals that 49c, No. 3 mixed 48fi484c, No. 4 mix. night at Gap which was unex- parly Saturday evening. There will It. Watson enterlaiued tho young the Then ed 474ft 4c. Lexington for somo lime are ex- day Friday every farmer should read. celled for amusement. Mr. James bo n box "upper at Whito Oak Tues folks with n beau hulling Hye No. 2 ryo 09c&$1.01, No. 3 rya Trustee Department pected homo in a short lime for a is y3r, No. 4 ryo 8l)88c. rebuilding day night. Robert Masters is hav night. All report a lino lime. Mr. there every the Blair and W. M. Rich aro man 900 progressive school visit with homo folks. G. B. Kelly has been repairing hi that Wheat No. 2 red $1,136 1.14, No. i Far View Church house and U series ing a dwelling erected on his place. No. 4 red 99c$1.01. barn the Inst two weeks. Misse. or woman wants to see. Thero nro red $1,W1. Hugh of meeting will take placo when it $6.2f.ft 7.25; butch, Cnttle Shipper Iron Mound Hirdio Howell nnd Dovie Schooler many oilier articles that will help Hugh, Nov. 9. Rev. S. Overley is completed. Mr. K. C. Blair who to scatter sunshine nnd good cheer er steers, extra $7.257.50, good to Arnbros were in Irvine, Tuesday, shoppings-SeverIron Mound, Nov. 8. filled his regular appointment hero has been suffering choice $G.50ft 7.25, common to fair $5 from a nail from this place went to Cob wherever Ibis Journal may go. 6.25, hclfcrs, extra $6.857, good Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Slnda wound in his foot is now ablo to Christopher is quite sick witli ty farmer, or fellow peda- to choice IC.25fifi.75, common to fair Abrams has been suffering severely walk again. Miss Cora Miracle tho phoid fover. Mr. Claud Hill and Hill, Friday, to gel their bill of Hrother to with neuralgia in her teeth and last daughter of Mr. John Miracle wife of Now York nro visiting his fruit trees which they bought from gogue, you cannot invest n dollar $4.50ftG; cows, extra $5.75C, good $3 choice $5.255.65, common to fair head. Born to Mr. and Mis. Bob that is at home Is on the sick list parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hill Mr. W. W. While, agent for Kuox- - belter than to send it to the editor, G; canuers $3T4.25. Prof, W. 11. Ward, I'alntsvillo, Ky., Hulls lloloKiia $COC,50. extra $0.00 Hale, a lino girl, October IH, chrissupposed to have fever. 0.75, fat hulls $C.256.75. and become one of the great host tened Ruth Hazel. Born to Mr. and Disputants Culves- - Kxtra $10, fulr to good $70 of readers of this our own MounMrs. Grover Drew, a flno girl, Oct. large $4.60 9.60. Dispulanla, Nov. 7. Mr. and Mrs. tain Journal, edited and run by 9.75, common and and butchers 10a If you want a Galvanized Roof that does Hons Packers Men and Women. Mr. lower; light shippers and pigs steady. .Mountain not have to be painted be sure and get Ward is spending his lire in tho in- Selected heavy $7.357.40, good to terest of I he girls and boys of Ken- cholco puckers nnd butchers $7.35 the right kind of Galvnnized Roofing. He is not running this 7.40, mixed packers $7.100 7.35, stag tucky. $4.50C25, common to choice heavy Journal for a money making scheme, fat sows $5C90, extra $7, light ship-per- s Our Material and Workmanship are See me about buying your turkeys. Save them for Xmas or for nny other purpose than to $6.2506.85, pigs (110 lbs and I will weigh them at Booneville first day of market. Guaranteed. servo his people, but of course it less) $t.50WC. Sheep Kitra $4.754.85, good to Dec, and pay highest market price. Write or phone me. takes somo money to defray tho exchoice $4.354.75, common to fair pense of publication, and lie is $2.504.25. HENRY LENGFELLNER thoroughly conlldeut that his felLambs Kxtra $8, good to choice Tmafeop on Jckson Street, Berea, Ky. Phoae 7 or 187 low Konluckfaus will cheerfully $7,50 7 7.90, common to fair $5.75 rally lo his support as hundreds 7.25, culls $4.75S.50. MADISON COUNTY Don't say" Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zaring's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. orders failed to come. Mr. ard (Dock) Crnwford nnd Rich- Snlllo Abney nro lo bo married Thursday, Nov. 12. Both resido at this place. Mr. Sam P. Kstes made n business rnll nt Irvine, Ky., Sat. Corn gathering and bog killing is I ho order of tho day. Heavy frost. nnd plenty of ice. 1 I When I f I f Powder J nit I I Hev. f Old-Wo- f I f f I I I I to-da- y. Tel-Kra- 1 nt I !! Lc-ro- se 1 r, -- al Owsley Readers, Look! Booneville, Ky. Melvin Dooley