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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): November 19, 1914 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1914 cit1914111901_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): November 19, 1914 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PRESIDENT'S 13 EREA LUMP (iNoonrniiATKt I3EREA COLLERE KY OFFICE BCR.EA PUftLISHING CO. WM. FROST. C. H. WERTENftHtCU, Mmihi E4Ur BOWMAN, AfaUM Mtunr f.O. a E4ftrJUf Mltrt4 l Ik roM-o- lt tlnm mntlmatm. nl tirm, A, at trumd Devoted to tlie Interests of tlie Reading UNITED STATES NEWS IN Relief for the South Complete. Ueports from Washington say that tin; country wide effort lo furnish aid lo cotton producers and And a bottom for the market is said lo bo successfully concluded when Secretary McAdoo announced tho completion of the ? I :t.r) ,000,000 cotton loan fund. In this announcement tho success of the plan was assured. Kidnapping Trial Begun. Moulder, Mont., Nov. 17. Threo former officers of (he Unite Mine Workers' Union, charged with kld-- J napping was begun In tho District Court beforo Judge W. A. Clark. Tho charge grow out of the forcible removal of three workmen who refused to Join tho now miners union. Silent Sufferers Being Relieved. Washington, Nov. 17. The cry for food in Europe Is being answered. Hugo Increase in exportation of food stuffs to Europo for tho month of Oclobor is evidence that relief is on the way. The exports of bread stuff alone amounted to &W,217,!70 an increase of $25,000,-00- 0 over llgure.s a year ago. Exports of fresh beef moro than doubled over lost year for the same month. Belgian Aid Welcomed by Germans It Is said that Germany will welcome any assistance Americans will give the Belgians. The German Ambassador made a statement lo Mr. nryan to this effect that the Gorman government is doing, all possible to help the suffering' population of Hclgium. ilclief work for ihe sufferers must all bo done thru private channels, according to PresHo ident Wilson's explanation. said that ho rejected the idea of appointing an ofllcial commission. It would not be maintaining strict neutrality to send aid lo any of tho belligerant nations through government channels. Manufacturers and Bankers Say Trade la Improving Many bankers and business men throughout the country express their views in which they say the country is on the eve of a big rearo vival in business. Factories running on full time and many arc running on double time. Rental merchants are more optimistic and see belter things not far ahead. Charged With High Treason On the ICth. at Niagara Falls, Joseph Snyder and his two sons were taken into custody at the Forty-four- th Regiment armory, charged with high treason in attempting (o lake Austrian reservists across tho border to American soil. For this act they aro liable to the death penalty. Secretary McAdoo Gives Launching of Federal Reserve Banks At Washington on the ICth. Secretary McAdoo signed tho formal order announcing the fact that tho twclvo Federal banks were established and ready for business. Ho sent the following telegram of congratulations lo tho Federal Reserve Agent and Governor of each of tho Federal hanks: "Please accept my cordial congratulations upon tho opening of tho Federal Reserve Bank of your district and my sinccro commendation tipon tho effectlvo work you have done in preparing the bank for business in the short time allowed for the opening. I am suro that tho Federal Reserve Banks will serve a great and benetlcent purpose in the future of our country, and I am suro Hint this department and tho Federal Ilesorvo Hoard may count upon your loyal in tho important work and duties which have been confid ed lo you. My hearty good wishes for your success." New Explosive Try-ou- t. The naval hoard will experiment with Isham shells in tho near fu ture as per tho announcement made by Secretary Daniels on tho 17th. Rear Admiral FIsko and Iho naval board were appointed to experiment with Iho exterior explosivo invented by W. S. Isham in order to tost tho invention. Tho shells used by tho Navy at present aro designed to ex plode nrter pieroing tho armor plate of a vessel, whllo tho Now Isham shell explodes on contaot with the hull of a ship. Missionaries in Danger in .War Zone At tho sixth International Mis sionary Convention which opened at Battle Creek, Mich, on the 17th. insL, much concern was expressed for tho safety of missionaries in vo The Citizen JZoniiteLln. 10, 1014. Knowlcdgo Is power tad the way to keep up wtlb rooder knowlcdgo la lo road a rood newspaper, Feojple Ono Dollar a Year. No. 21. Vol. XVf. l'lvo Cents n Copy. HEIIKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVKMHKII Learning to Read-a- nd The whole statu of Kentucky is arising to teach every body to read. Hundreds of men and women are going to school, and hundreds have already learned to read. The power of reading makes one able to visit with the great writers, and to gather information and pleasure from a printed pagi-'-. It is almost like opening the eyes of a blind man, or unstopping the cars of the deaf. But there is another movement that must follow the movement of learning to read, and that is a movement for reading. How many people there are who know how to read and don't readl The reading habit the reading appetite, the finding of the right kind of things to read is the next thing to be started. OURJWN STATE FURTHER TALK ' SILESIA SUFFERS EXODUS Russians' Approach Creates Panic. HOMES ARE DESERTED The New Liability Act Coal companies In tho neighborhood of Harboursvillc aro making arrangements lo lako advantage of Iho employes' liability act as passed by the Kentucky Legislature. They will lako advantage of this act because the cost Is but a liltlo moro than liability insurance. Insurance is being refused them on account of tho many damage cases of the past few years. The new act will do away with much useless litigation when it becomes effective. Lumber Plant Burned The lumber yards nnd shop of Louis Keller Ac Son of Louisvillo suffered a 8J5.000 loss by flro on the lGtti. Tho fire had a mysterious origin. Slight damago was done tho surrounding buildings. Farmer Gored to Death By a Bull. According lo reports received at Whilesburg on the 17lh from Lookout, on iho Letcher Pike, Robert Hylton, a well-to-farmer was gored lo death by an infuriated bull. Tho accident occurred in the presence of two of hfs neighbors. They were unable lo be of assistance before tho animal had killed him. Large Summoning for Jury Service Judgo Robert L. Stout in the Circuit Court at Paris on the 17lh summoned CO men to appear in court on Monday, the 23rd. From this venire will be selected Iho jury lo try tho case of George Alexander, President of the bank of George Alexander Co., which went to tho bad last summer. There aro said lo be thirty-tw- o indictments against him. $10,000 Action Taken Against Consodo OF Moslems A HOLY WAR Said to Be Rallying to Turkey's Aid. ESYPT IS GROWING MUTINOUS The Khedive, It Is Reported, Ha Allied Himself With the SulUn and Will Lead an Uprising Against British Rule The Turks Have Put the Russians to Rout In the Campaign In the Caucasus. Lesions of the Election is running out. In The craze for woman-suffrag- e Ohio and other states the women themselves, instead of sitting still and letting a few discontented agitators speak for the spoke out against the whole proposition, and it was gloriously defeated. In Illinois, where the suffrage was thrust upon women against their will they for the most part stayed at home and trusted the men to look out for all their in terests in the Election. In California, where the vote was given to women without their desire, the good women stayed at home, and the bad women came out as had been predicted and defeated prohibition. Meanwhile prohibition is carried in four states in which women do not vote. home-makers, "votes-for-women" Constantinople, Nor. 17. A majority of a council of war has declared for an aggressive campaign In Asia Minor and against Egypt, holding that the defense of Constantinople was of secondary Importance. London, Nov. 17. The Russian advance guard In the region of Koprukel, east of Krzerum, has been forced to retire, according to a statement given out by the Russian army staff In the Caucasus. The report says: "After a aeries of combats fought In the Koprukel region our advance guards definitely located the grouping of tho principal forces of the enemy. In view of Tilt People Art In Dread of the Cossack Invasion. Home, Nov. 17. A dispatch from Venice says that news has been received there that Cracow, capital ol Gallcla, Is burning and that Ha lnbat-Itan- ts are fleeing. Berlin, Nov. 17. In the western arena of the war both sides showed only gains of relative small Importance. Progress Is slow, but in the forest of Argonne we havo obtained further Important success. Our troops In East Prussia repulsed the enemy In the region south of Stallponen. Troop successfully resisted the advance of Russian forces at Soldau, and after a successful battle at Llpno, drove thein n back In the direction of Plock. forces are advancing along tb right bank of the Vistula. Ruk-sla- Mrs. Arthcr Dodge, president of the Woman's Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, is getting ready for a campaign for the repeal of Suffrage laws in the states in which they have been hastily enacted. As between Republicans and Democrats the result is for the public good. The Democrats retain control of Congress and can give the new tariff and other laws a fair trial. But their majority is greatly reduced and the Republicans can carry the next election easily if a change is desirable two years hence. CONTENTS TERSE TELEGRAMS lidated Coal Co. Editorials, Learnliw to Lessons of tho Election, Tlio IloaUli Muster, Our Own Slato Nov. Unite! Stales News World War New, Terse Telegrams. by PAOE 3 Our Opportunities, Sherman ChaiU'en, Hack to tho llible, Sunday School Lesson. Agriculture, PAGE 3 Mountain How Fanners Should Organize, Tho Farmers Institute Account. Poultry Announcement of Show Prize Winners, by 11. M. Orchard Topics. Hiokey. Growing Alfalfa. PAOE 4 Coming Kveuts and Local Items. PAOE 5 College Items and Other PAOE 1 Read, locals. PAGE 6 Tim Land of Broken PromSh. ises, Homo Industries, PAGE 7. Hacked Out. In Tho Home, Kitchen Cabinet, Children's Column, Choico Poems, Flash Light for Amateurs. News, -PAOE 8 Kasl Kentucky Poem. You Fxports exclusive of cotton in October were 110,333,000 more than in the corresponding month last year. Tho New York police are taking wholesale measures to protect pub lie nfllcials and public buildings from expected attacks by anar cbists. 's An ofllcial uocodnl of Lord death conllnns tho previous reports, saying that congestion of one lung and pluerisy proved too great n strain for him. With the object of meeting the extraordinary expenditure involve! in the preparation of the army and navy, an increase in taxation in Italy is inevitable. Hrigadier General Hugh L. Scott has become chief of staff of the United States army, succeeding Oeneral William F. Wotherspoon. who was retired on account of age. As the result of the discovery of tho foot and mouth disease in Con uecticul and Montana, these two states have been added to the fed cral quarantine. This makes six teen states and Canada now under Ilob-erts- Elmer Dorlon of Mayking, Lelchcr County, entered suit against tfic Consolidated Coal Co. for 810,000 damages for injuries received in a mine of said company ono year ago. The case will bo tried out at tho next session of the Letcher Circuit Court in December. Victory for the Drys in Bonrbon. After many depositions wcro read nt Paris last Wednesday by both the. wets and drys, a decision was arrived atlo set aside the results of tho election held In Paris on September 201 h. in which results tho city appeared wet. The election was declared void and tho county as a whole went dry. Mining Plants are Protected The night riders are at it as they wero a few years ago during tho tobacco trouble. Hopkins county mining plants are being protected from their raids by armed guards. Revenue Collections At the capital a few days since the to revenue collections amounted S5.WJ7.33 for ono day only ns reported by the local office of the Collector of Internal Rovenue. There were 130 barrels of whisky tax paid. Going After Vote Sellers at Pikes-vil- le It is reported that 1,000 indictments, and probably several hundred more will bo made for voto selling during the recent elections. They aro making close investigation into tho illegal practice of voto selling, nnd Ihoso found guilty will he punished lo the full extent of the law. A special term of court has been called to try tho offenders in December. the considerable reinforcements received by the Turks In the last few days, our advance guards are retiring, still fighting, to the region allotted them. The attempts made by the Turks to regain the Khanessouk pass, previously taken by us, have failed. Other Russian detachments were not seriously engaged." The wireless news from Derlln dealing with the same subject adds these details: "The Russians near Koprukel, In Transcaucasia, lost 8,000 men In killed and wounded. The Turks took S00 Russian prisoners and captured 10,000 rifles and large quantities of ammunition. Tho Turks are advancing on Datum. Another report from Constantinople says that the British possessions at Aden are in danger, the leader of the local Bedouins having called upon his people to liberate the country from the British yoke." Talk of a Holy War. In regard to the situation at Aden the admiralty here makes the official announcement that operations by Indian troops, assisted by the cruiser Duke of Edinburgh, against the Turkish garrison at Shelkh-Sald- , at the entrance of the Gulf of Aden, have been carried out successfully, and that Port Turba, located on the rocky heights close to the boundary of Turkish territory, haa been occupied. Dispatches from Constantinople say that the sultan of Turkey has Issued a proclamation to the army and navy in which he accuses Great Britain, Prance and Russia of having Instigated the war upon Turkey. He says that the outcome of It all will be that an end will be put to the attempts directed against the glory of the Turkish empire. "Not only the fate of our own country, but the future existence of the 1 remain In these strongholds. Prom Copenhagen It Is reported, allegedly from German sources, that Silesia expects devastation by fire and sword, and that the wealthy Prussian landholders whose Immense estate: cover Silesia, are leading the exodue toward the west. The military authorities have done everything possible to check the panic, fearing its hurtful Influence on Germany's prospects, but has been unable to reassure the Inhal-Itant- s. Invasion Well Defined. tandon. Nov. 17. Russia's Invasion of East Frussla, Poeen and Silesia nt sent a wave of panic over the eastern provinces of the German empire, according to reports from Stockholm and Copenhagen. These reports are significant aa Indicating that the Russian advance Is progressing more rapidly than has been asserted even by dispatches from Petrograd. It Is reported that the civilian' Inhabitants of Koenlgaberg, East Prussia and Bren-laIn Silesia, are abandoning their homes, and that only the military will tt 10,000,000 Moslems depends on your victory," said the sultan to his fighting Citizen for mm year. Subscribe now for them and get ono of our valuable premiums for yourself and feel like wo gave you a Christmas present. There Is never a quest lory in a real live advertiser's mind as to tho good that comes from an ad insulted in Tho Citizen. II pays In mako your wants known and It pleases tho public to know what you lmvo to sell. quarantine. Nothing connected can't find anything thai will Interests F.uglaud so with the war much as the please your friends, oil n distance who know Hcrea, more than Tho rumors of German preparations for Naval experts an invasion. believe t!'ro is nothing impracticable in ihe reported plan of the Germans to tinnxport a force across tho chan re i. Our serial slory that has made such a good hit will end after a few more iuoH, We shall be glad for suggestions from our interested readers for another story as good. How would something on tho European war strike you? Don't hesitate to suggest what you would like. Yes, wo say it again. The Citizen Write us on a postal? is ready to supply your needs in tho way of a Christmas present for that Those nice books for mother and boy or girl. They want a nice foun- tho children, The Household Guide tain pen for a present and it is up ami the Picture Puzzle Hook or how to you to renew your subscription To Head tho Hiblo by Symbols aro and get a $2.50 pen for tho small Just tho kind of hooks to spring on sum of f0 cents. them for Christmas. men. The nerltn comment upon this, according to the wireless, Is that It la expected that all Moslems In nil counties will make common csuso with the Turks because of the proclamation that thin Is a holy wnr. Great enthusiasm has been caued In Constantinople bv this, ncpurdlns to Merlin, which add 4 that tlr Vhedive of Egypt will leave Cnnstsir 'tfi'le shortly to toko ehurge of the Turkl .h operations A Mian llllnia, the khedlve, In Ksypt has been in Cunitautl.iople since the Turkey and India as a result of tho outbreak of the war. As the aultnit Is present war. Tho war and its in- the head of the Mohammedan religion, cidental confusion in mission work the khedlve owes spiritual allegiance to the One month ago the appeared to bo tho dominant theme llrltlsh sultan. government ordered the khe in the early sessions pf the confer dlve back to Egypt. Ills failure to ence. Bishop HcntU'ix of Kansas obey Indicated that In the event of a City voiced tho hope that llnal re Moslem entrance Into the war he sult of the war would be a clariiled would be found fighting with hlB cosituation in mission ileitis in gener- religionists. al and a moro aggressive spread of the gospef. Regrets wero expressed THE HEALTHMASTER Chapters fiom the book so entitled by Simuel Hopkins Adsms, published by of Houghton Mlfllln Company. A FAMILY HEALTH SCHOOL The House that Caught Cold "Can you cure a cold?" asked tho head of that family. Grandma Sharpless. "If I could euro a cold, I should A flare from the soft-coflro be, easily, moro than that. I'd bo lliokered across (he library, reveal- the foremost medical discoverer of ing a amilo on tho Health Master's tho day." face. "Then you can't euro a cold?" "Am I a millionaire?" ho count- pursued Mrs. Sharpless. ered. "What ,1s a cold?" countered tho "Not from your Balary as Chincso Health Master in that insinuating physician to tho Clydes," laughed tone of voico which ho employed al (Continued on pit Two.) that civilized nations found it no- eessary to resort to such unciviliz ed conflict to gnin the same ends that China did with almost a bloodless revolution. Lake Vessels Wrecked. Tho 15 mile gale that swept tho lakes on tho ICth. played havoc with tho great lakes' shipping to a great loss of property. No lives wero reported lost. Situation at Cork Col. Wesley Frost, United States Consul at Cork, Ireland, writes that the war has effected them there. His Hist anxiety was to help Americans who wero trying lo get back to their natlvo land. Tho next excitement wns over tho Belgium refugees, and now tho harbor is full of troops starting for tho seat of war, and is beginning to receivo groups of wounded, who aro sent back from tho front to be nursed to recovery. Creed of the W. C. T. U. Atlanta, On., Nov. 17. The creed of the National Wemcn's Christian Temperance Union, based upon the prohibition of liquor and ramifying In many directions, Including an Indorsement of woman suffrage, a reproof for features of the war tax hill and a word or favor for a minimum wage and an equal standard of morula, was declared lu resolutions adopted by the convention in session here. Another View of Calllaux Story. IlorJeaux, Nov, 17. The purpose of the trip to South America of former Minister of Finance Joseph Calllaux Is a visit to Brazil, where he will Inquire Into the possibilities of obtaining Brazilian- raw materials and foodstuffs for Prance. A fire swept the main business block of Phoenix, Ariz., and caused losses The rumor Is going the rounds In kt estimated at $300 000. Eight business fegllsh club at New York that Lord bouses war destroyed. Roberts waa murdered by a Hindu iv ftanoe. a slow drive toward Gumblnnen. Southwest of the Mazur lakes another column working northwest Intrenched Nledenburg. It is unofficially reported that a German army between Thorn and Lyck. which essayed a raid into Poland and was beaten back, It- In danger pt being caught between mis Ulan columns. Teuton Allies at Outs. A dispatch from Petrograd says tlk. Russian scouts who have ridden to within a few miles of Cracow report that the Germans have dlsposoerseo the AitBtrlans from command of the forts and have even substituted German soldiers for the Austrlans whr composed the garrison. Othor report from reliable sources tend to confirm the statement. This step has chumO further dissensions between the Germans and the Austrlans. The latter have beea relegated to a defense o the Carpathians and are not allowed to have any voice In the direction of the campalgu. All Indications point t a rupture between the two armies. The German advance between tb Warthe and the VUtula, which obviously Intended as a demonstration to divert the Russians from Cracow haa been followed by a further retirement of the Germans to lntrenchn positions on the line of Wellun, Olkuiz and Cracow. Rut-sta- While these reports may be there seems little doubt that Germany soon will be reJuced to c desperate defense along an Inner lint, with the fortresses of Koenlgsberit. Thorn, Rreslau and Cracow as tbt grest links, and with field armies between. The ofllcial report from Berlin, while asserting sMrmlsh victories over the Russians, admit that the czar's armies are well within Eart Prussian territory and are at the vcr frontiers of Posen and Silesia. Tht official reports from Petrograd, whll conceding desperate resistance by th Germans, claim little more than Is ad mitted by the German general staff. . It appears that the Russians advancing in East Prussia from the east hav pushed an advance guard about forty miles west of the frontier, and hold : strong position Augerburg at the head of tho Mazur lakes. A little to the north in the direction or Inster-berg- . the Russians havo seized railway line and have continue.) exhj;-gerate- d, n to Cit-atachov- a, November nre occupied by inferior things. Yours for advancement. 19. 191 ieanir who. Iiavlns onco broken Into ' . u tho system, turns around nnd cans hoys: 'Como on hack to tho bigger BACK TO a family newspaper for all that I fight, In, fellers. The door's open.1 true and iniraiing. THE HEALTH MASTER Hie coryzn-hu- g "Willi ohllilrcn Lroiihlo without nec rubllnhrd ery TSiurixUjr at nrea, Ky. (Continued from Pago One). "What ft book It lat No other book In the world can fit Itaalf to your needa, Inviting tho others In. A essarily to your temptation, your carta and wanta." Ilobert J. nurdttt. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. lo provoko llio ohl lady inlo ono of FAITH AND FORGIVING (Inrorporntnl) enl WW : ? emno from colds; nil the WMr G. FROST, EJMr4a.W , , so thoroughly enjoycu ny mm. ,nnai0 dills, tny K. O. 8EI.LKHS, Actlna" Dlractor Sun. M.n.ifng EJitw Cll. WERTENDERCER, BY WARREN A. CANDLER, D. D., LL. D. Jar Bchool Courae, Jlooir mow imw BOWMAN, AMiiUnt Mmiw F. O. (Blahop of tha Mathodlat Eplicopal Church, South.) tuta. Chicago.) , "An ordinary common cold In Iho nm .no Subscription Rntos . .... or. hea.l. You know what I mean Then Is a TltM connection between bllnd to their fault, nor did he aeek rAYAIILK IN A11VANCH . LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 22. . fectly well, young .nan. Tho k n, l.c.u s Jne War . . M. faith and forbearance To havo great to ezcuae their crime, but ho spoke Z -,ill Month. neaa of mind one out of tho habitual faith of hla heart you calcli l,y gcu.ng into an.. ; fhrte Month im. nc.U And yet as JESUS AND PILATE. must havo great that tho mercy of God la more power"Oh, lliall Well, you sec, menu, ni llils"-- ho i or mo.iyby heart, ful than tho tnallco of men. neas 8nl Draft, Kcglstcrcd Utter, ltiprtM Money no SUi;ii nun. of M:lt-aI.KflflON TKXT-I.u- ke orone.n.i m 8a aia Ordtr. Zk"daro,,ndl..ocircle-'-cosl,l- cr, To a faithlcas heart tho Injuries of Matt. rightly . tlunyan . ... tent stamp. . "No sucli lliing as n cold In tho bulk too largo; Its vlalon ! ruata aaitn unto called hla hero of earth noi.nr.N TKXT Jf It U not , -,hrieateyoiriutcrlPtlonlMld. look II a 'mere cold. Dp Strong?" Saltl Jlllia, ..,. unto things . imxWt. you lold ua faith, "Great too narrow for It to perceive to tho lhm,la Whitt than ahall I doTIM It Jfaua, eh.nrrd within three week, after renewal lnur V. who railed Clirl.t?- - Matt. tin from her MAtlfv n.. In tholr truo proportion. But Heart" Mr. Clyde hh iiilly. aupplled If we of furor artel em, loads Mlulnrnumocri .III be uladly we've all had Joucph'a breth- heart of faith God Is very great, and admitted the 14:65-69- ) notified. are ii Tho falao wltneatoi (Mark "A just approach," i fftvm to inv who obtain new limes." to good ends ren behaved moat Ho la ablo to OTcr-rulcharges "Not nav.t.K did not help tftvrlptlon.for u. Any one eren ao refractory a thlnx oa the against Jcaua. to formulate did, how. 'And Deltina Is coming .inwn' Health Master. despicably iubirrlDtlom can recelte The Cltlien free t.eearl . Thcan rulcra I. lor hlmaclf for one year rm 7J-htm when wrath of man. Such a soul la not ever, mako three accusations. (Luke wllh one . . AdTertMnit ratea on application but they aold htm to buay with tho plans of "She's liau rense--a sald Mrs. Sharpies. 23r2) (a) "Perrertlna; the nation" OF MKMRXR CJ Ihealll. .nailers. tho labmaelltea; seeks to find and follow God' plan turnlna; It to error; (b) -- fortlddlnK to ..,.,. sninies all day." the -, .. for It, believing and knowing that no but how magnanl treason,, (see "Let's hope It isn't a cold. Maybe .lilllo ...a nets moualy he bore one la ablo to defeat the dlvlno pur- Blvo tribute ; to Caeaar" 17:24-27)in my ,nl?8 " or mumps." and (e) "that he It's only chicken-po- x said towards poao by machinations of ovll. Uke Matt htmaelf about Bolllnn.'' "Hut what hlmaelf Christ, a king" "Are vou wishing chicken-po- x them when later Ita Master It can daro crucifixion, makcth hit Meaitanlc claim. I'llate anxiously. and mumps on my baby?" cried .the mother tho he mado hlmaeU and pray for Ita tormentor, "Father said by (r. 14) aeeraa to hare dwelt upon the ' ' Mrs. Clyde. known to them In forglvo them," becauao It discerns .,r.vnar-ol- d "- -, years during wliicn . Ht allli .Master, Egypt "Now therefore bo not griovod, faith that Hi croaa la the prophecy of first aa only worthy of consideration. In the thrco . Thla I. Jaaue and Pilate, vv. KENTUCKY frRHSS ASSOCIATION. '.no u nor angry with yourselvet, that Ita crown. Dr. Strong had been tho "Chinese presently If ono has occasion to practise for- - Incident dtmandi that we atudy careyo aold mo hither: for God did physician" of tho household, earn nouncing iiit"B" No Whiskey Advertisements! glvenesi and forbearance towarda his fully all that the other goapel wrltera ,, end me beforo you to preserve life. fellow-man- , Ing his salary by Keeping ins pa- denetl nose. let him pray, "Urd, In hare recorded. ' hare aen the acMo Immodest News Items! all slobboa un; you crease our faith," as did the apott.es cusation recorded by Luke. Matthew "I'm . And God sent me before tients well instead of curing them ant. , .. ...in, tmnso-ereas- e, fv In Ihft fM. rr f a rl mm.aviva nd Luke tell ua of Pllato queitlon. when ill, Mrs. Clydo had never quite " when Jesus commanded them to for OUR OPPORTUNITIES take an part, got . Uvm by a alve the treaoaaslng brother seven Art thou the king of the Jewaf and learned to guard against ll.e sur- t don't want lo I great dellrerance. Bo now It waa not Umea In a day. If he repented. .. " of the anawer of Chrlat claiming that By Sherman Chasteen, prises which so oflcn pointed tho he waa. Matthew recorda the alienee More faith la required to ovcrcoma Disputants, Ky. ..nnnr.. i(..r said the physician -- ou that Bent ma either, but God: Health Master's trutlis. ,'..7, made me a father to of the noL OIT to bed 'and ije tho u U limn that "wo people ofwero "Not by any means; I'm only hop- - " V1 . r,....i - ..,.1 wn'll Iry to Pharaoh, hath lord of all hla house, an unforgiving disposition than to re of Jeaua to the accuaatlona at that and Pilate move a mountain. The vision or and , ou, ' ... , 0,.watcr and a ruler throughout all the land Jeaua at the right hand of God turned chief prleat gtrea to the account of ,e9Scr of evils." Willi of Kentucky" f nnmmnnweallh u time. Luke aro exorcise tho demon v tli ,.Bul mumps and chicken-po- x a Ujmo brJef Stephen's gate away from the rage of Pllate'a perplexity, how Jeaua waa beginning to open our eyes to somo ii.niiKt.is. wor(j8 the magM,moUi brother de the men who atoned him and moved aent to Herod and of Pllate'a aecond bottles and extra of the opportunities that aro Doing rcal diseases," protested Clyde, waa in Following lier msii.u the hand of lay to the Jewa. Matthew ..And you ttiinlc that a 'cold,' as offered to us free. There is a lot i. - ,1,1111. all he that suffered moreGod were himtheir pray, "Lord(Acta not thla aln report to Pilate made to releaae tella ofnevery l.ouy than Darabhad 7:0.) kissing charge." to the offer vm, caii isn't?" r c oanopiallv in the mountains hr 'Id UP -baa or Jcaua and of the mettage from Hit by Joarph H. HowIm.) oundtbo circle, Bettina who was the hands of his brethren. He waa not (Coprrlg-htwhy. no," said Clydo hesitantly, Kentucky who have not a3 yet r.f Pllate'a wife. things' r wouldn't call it a disease, any ber arms lo her sister, been awakened lo those Trial a Mockery. Hard to Convinca Rgaw to tha Occasion. arc ready to go crazy mor0 u,an I'd call a sprain a broken nt'frC3t- Mrwlnr. most of us The trial before Annaa and Calapha A itiitiitrui laili'tiuiinil ilnnv Stopl" saltl me m-i.-i patent medicine. iCK" nniiilr.s and waa hollow mockery, The 8anbedrln .nrrlfd 'ii .iifh ,v':ir In ii tvitMln ll waa a aht lobe cnthusias- - - "nut it is. A very real, serious Vn kUainir." fierce In Ita denunciation and to rjucrietl Aiiiiin- i t:i Iu tin- - Hiuiiti nf Ir.-i- nil. "Not even my mainniii it- in elect cood men to .lUoase. Its actual namo is coryza add dlagraco and to Impreaa I'llate III.' fiuiilir tli tllill.V rolliln'lllli'liH Itil' - "Bogy-talk- ." commented Grandma that Jeaua waa dangeroua, they led our nublic offices but I do not beIfiinlliii".' U"rm "afraitl not. You remember iiKiMiit'til of llir'.fl iinil Pilate aoon him Into hla preaence. to gel carried away Sharplcss scornfully. liovo we ought Iliriifd mil duitki-- it ml aaw fever he iim fur Hit' tho emptlneia of their chargea, things f0r utile things." when Charley l.ad scarlet r ii. nt wo nenlect other The irlre f.ir.llili. iif.. nti.ill) and aa we have auggcated, dlimlaaed "Not a little thing at all, as wo wasn't allowed even i ilm'tiir r Hie l.fii nro. nf enual importance. The won hr Hie all aave that of "perrerting the nanollillnr. r.... n-- ,i nr linnliii Is makinK a should all . realize if our official any of you." After 'Hi.' M.ir ili.- lli tion." The Homan government keenly OllHU . . I l'. ' I. !.. scarlet iecr "But fnriiiiTK ni'il wnrMinr ui iuw. reaiiy watched for Incipient rebelllona. After great pfTnrl lo save people iroin uieatli-recorany of tho diseases, l exp"-' contagious of nut nilltf f'tir Hint II ..mvanhtin rtiscases "npaiii-recorus- T examination he declarea. "I find no tlying nlilin.il' ! e'iiiH'li' fault In thla man." llielr linnlly Ho did not, howisn't it." asked Julia. rnltn with the well eiiriil f'r ever, dare Incur the hatred and vio"Not as contagious as ry.x fxt UoMlh nrovldcs i ihm't die of colds, do they?" w ' JJUtiiu f IIhim' mil well uroiiiiied iiiiliu.lN lence of a Jeruaatom mob, and ao be , ,;.!nuBBfl in nnnh vntimr nre- "Hundreds every year; all arouna Ibe h&d." . -v i i nfi i iwuiki t ill lit " win. cemnilly won Hie iil' t temporize. Tho flerceat light of I don't know now ciiiHb'" "I ; i ., Antv it U lii ronort all us." Hie follnwllli of till iretet declare Jeaua to be Impeccable, ..i.i .a, s. com I," in i tirnntiiii.k on .. , . "Well. I never hear of it. if nnv person L! .1.. .i.n,a ... lirnvUo III f.iiiliec.lnil wllh IliN .hiiim After the yet men temporlxe. Think back annd "but I do know tins: one; it i; "Are you sure? In the nIhmv pliiennl t It It Ml iinixn'rcd and degrading treatment thinks that they might bo infected lko it goes through your friends into a house, jinr: "All letfil nml Jeaua received before Herod, he again for the disease they ought to go lo recall how many of with include some such wildfire." liieilleiil ilniiKi')! excluded. atand before Pilate, and thla time he ih ToAl necistrar who will free obituary notices to be I again declared to be Innocent of the Then tho house ougiu sheer "I'm afraid." nhc wild, "you uon I furnish I hem with a sentence as this Tl.ats chargea preferred agalnat him. Thla An Idea In Oartra. " love me with all your former fervor." bo evening Mr. Smith caught a severe nullfltnail nf itself. l'lliaai--'.- can in which container nieliiilijU,l-nla the turning point of thla world' Kmit. Hie (Jerniiin to his carelessness." "Sure I do." lie replied. "Didn't I mail a specimen of the dis- - cold, from which ho look leave have bring joti 10 cents' worth of peanut atnndx id the heiul of Ih"' t'lii"- - f tru greateat tragedy. I'llate ahould havn "Half the kids in our schoo and lungs, bed on Saturday, and d d not Sow from the throat Hccord-Hornllie IJlllllfcr. H( let blm go, and would have bad he lr er..!it noses," contr.buted brittle his death yesterday got stopped-u- p a not been a venal Judgo. "Ho who KlitflMiiuiili f leltcn. t"'W irreiil de T nWi be examined free and if it again until sounu ia naa ar Wall, Llatan to That. I amply exemplified In on loat," IlKht In uuiklnc n fl"' H"'i "f they should be infected and aro in morning?' Doesnt ti.ai mo ooun.mii "Why hasnt ' thl care. Pilate wax In a worae caan de- iin.vr iihlloMinher. Out' if KmitV h"t ronnrletl Hie l,'.n'familiar." cried Mr. and one where It became lese eaay hie In Hie urt .d inking e:in. of hln turning ""-nI rV "that I believe the newspapers keep maned tho Heallh Master, to do right, whatever hla Incllnatlona Keif whs lo iivoid curler, lie iTinlt nd " mi nil) (Acta 3:13) may have been, by not . led it. . llRiilure i Ih- - pint' an accusing eye on ti,n.ow anvtner other it set up in mic. of it. I i hinder I didn't think acting reaolutely at thla point Haa "Wbv-w- l.y, nnrt of Ida lMly. "But the newspaper always goes family from infec- was Hie elreillillloll ol eaay ror thla ember of the man then to Hi.. gmith jovdoped sai.l she. "I didn't think it yield to the determined wills of thn the Mimm. or grip or bronchilit, Bn.$!!T pneumonia enemies of Jeau. v. 24 II. V. I'llate lie found It iieee.!irf lit Hie ini Wc' if ,x. thte U. S., Government is ,V of that, not of tho cold, Af i,, ". found no fault In Jeaua, neither did time In keen till III inelllis. reauy to ncip 111" ...... -- ? ...uiib nil i and died correct, I should Charley says is Sharplcss. I fiirdliii:! Herod (v 16), yet Pilate compromla- he liml IiI'h iit.iuh.il Agriculture, stock and fruit objected Mrs. bo pu. ougl.Uo lines of Oh. yes. In tho mortality rec- - think your school them, nml nitl'le eii.li hip he "ore ii ingly aaya. "nothing worthy of death." rcglinon." growing. . hence the auggeatlon that ho bo chast fOldrlviiin e th it lim.v 1m' nilleil tl Ih. ninrus poor Smith usually appear under epidemio fine row with tho U0urn...c..w The U, "nf nm. nf the "Vnn'.l have a tised and released. Thla la typical of the wIiiiIIiimh. Thee illTiilrn amiewhiit .v UU nnmn It 11111111' L11U l a VI ,u-u wn,,,i ii..r,i i,r Kihication. trying to per- "Farm uemtmsinnur iu mi misler'n reel with it nirhiii. temporixlng. compromising, fickle . Those words at once the farmers call and help. rhim.mna I I. 1. Ill IXJ i,oiii.vh.uiv whl.h secured Hie line id imy shell of a' suntle them to special action for any to the Jew a custom of havmany ways, mil very icw i.uu.c.s point. such cause as that." remarked My ing released unto them one whom they The Men of HiN j:rteniie fniif J Clyde. .. . H"-'tk'kltil le tlillnce.v .hat he ofl. u llu chose at thl period of the year, and of I he measure "rii,.r' , "Do ymi know how tu iimko Ureud "" " . .. Is slpil f ho old adv. ue caicnes mu Kenil on the mi nlfht It niiit huve they cried out, "Away with thla man. tho rlao without yetttit?" a ,li.nc slip down us .eg , antl dies 0f something else." ln.lll.nn.n , I.IOII." r ottirned . It waa lii.ci..b-.the innKter "I'siylni: releaao unto ua Darabbaa." ticen In "No. Ilowi" "Sickness is sick, it fall, bo would slop at once and repreIf I take a doso of noison." tho lll illal Mns.or.Otlt the filhlo" or "hiillllllU In Hie thus that theae, hla accusers, ".Send It up hi tliu dumbwaiter." aiipplv riH a llaillC i. ho will let his barn a :.a,i niek it un but Health Master mildly propounaeu. almk" by IliN fiirlmii nm. lilnery.-CliUii- irn senting tho nation, "denied the holy PlttnlmrKli 1'resa. yard manure wash away during tho no telling, once and Just, and desirable a murderer," ileeorddlernlil. "and fall down and break my neck, nre; and there is Acta 3:14. summer time and do other things Notlha Baaaon. if well slartcd. how much damage do I die of?" what Pilate Tried to Save Christ that aro as wasteful. Nothing Happanad. Grandma it may do." "It's no parallel," said II. Jtaua and Darabbaa, vv The U. S. Government and Stale J..,.eili I'euuell told il hlller Mory only in me nemi. But a coltl is It is," sno Matthew add to that wful cry, when ... i nt Aoripiilhirn havo Simmies. "Antl oven if 111 Uiw.oii . iiiroKH of the fiitnou thatjralher, in tho nose," persisted Mrs nrliled tacitly abandoning ""'""7 reei'lilly retnriiiil I'llate ha washed hla band in token any whlih whs , hundreds of freo miliei.ns had colds Sharpless of lnnocency, "HI blood be upon us" (o Iho l.omre. ,,, lm,i.ni wrong subject which would be very ne.piui o "Thai's where you're Tho other writers 37:26). "WhNHer. when mi nr. itudeiit," (Matt " ,,, . ,.,.,.,., "" , sys .iisena.. nf Hie who e to tho farmers and they are anxious aa to who give u some suggestion . .. . . ' khM .Mr, IVniii'il. 'used lo fop" ...I trn iiu. iiv "I'l"" l...ll...:n nun " Darabbaa waa, and makes thla choice " ava nunuui.s to senu out ui I lem, nnu u we.iM.-nMaster. rnmnrhoil " pulidlncx In the Louvre. hrn.ed suggest they take advantage of those more appalling by way of contrast d n w nn'. wall fem. The svtniiUMiis are most ap found lihn there one day lmr.1 nl work III. Tha Teaching- - Thl lesson la tilings. in the nose and mouth; and .loi'oiide.' narent . . on a eopy of vnilI. onnmvnl. vounc man." Intended to center Itself about Pilate. , dis- -' iL is from the nose and mouth that Prof. Smith of Richmond State 'You've limn' it Hue Ihllii; there." I In It we see the struggle between conNormal, who has a rruit rani, near i Tho the disease is spreatl. But if you vo j.rovidcnco? remiirJi.il. ror iu ep.v wn ii U(m of PI science and personal ambition. one. Conway Ky., offered to give enough f J,1.osb.l(.riil ,j0clrino of foreordina-- 1 got tho cold you've got it In every lato was Impressed by the worda of . Ye.1 WhNtler iiKreiil. l nm lileiix-ti- l Chrlat. He told tho priests and the ,, , hum;,,, nose. corner of your heing. ion won i uv mill lives to set an at." u.u...... hi- - wlilm-den- l They linked me to their . with II.' nml each school house in llockcastlel wVn nil 'eni.vinee.l nf its linnorlanfe. I sup but It wnsn't bcMiusc they Hkttl me. way, he mlded: then. In multitude that he found no fault In would furnish facH and I can produce County if the district him. It appeara that up to a certain and pose, until t() tho aijrnont, e(lesljneU waa only lieemise I ran mIub." It "I wonder what they'll do with the point ho tried to aavo Christ, and certhe ground, liiere was 1101 u scuou, h "Oh. I'm mire you're mUtukeu."-Cluctiiii- iitl poor old orluhinl now.' " f fl .:,,.., as wclj Kt)t out our . Iluures. I only hope tney woui uu tainly to the cud ho strove to avoid house, u.w Comuierclal Trlbuno. tho County applied for tup trees. iu orlll(,,4 nil.i nienaro lo sncezo' nroducihlo from this tho responsibility for hla death. 8oro-l- y . . .., Ig Uial Now the offer has been withdrawn olT ,10 ,.n,i of tl0 season I'll hopo to ol Enginat. Ignorant . pressed he temporized and the .. Ml l.,....l.i ' I. II and Iho opportunity lost. MiaVO Uieill. ..le.ll.lllliu uu la.n.innlinnl II" A fileiid of .Mr. IMlxoii. who. by I he conversation recorded In John 18:33-3ehlldi-eli- . (ell of stands ready to Next tho State way. In very fond of I'Vn II Isn'lt Thisi a n crccn DC- - IJclLVKlll show how profoundly Interested he put a dollar on our public high UUlllaJUl nri1 11. manna n full phurcli- - Hi'ttiua was tliilv isolated. .Mean anNViiidim when, while vUlthiK n was In (Ida prisoner beforo him. AnmliAii UIIU if llvaaaa.J . ' " to Brooklyn family, (ho Brent mini ways every time wo put up a dollar yard. We're in for a regular cold- - while the active little colryza bacll- I'llate knew whom ho waa dealing l to iiiiiiim (he m eii j either by taxation or private dona breeding season." with as a politician, but did not know ilus l.ad goL us grip on .mi. by draw Imr lilin pIc lureK of viirlmw (Ida "man of Clalllee." He chose rathBon lion. Now if wo nre not careful Nonsense! Wealhor doesn't breed who for three tinys atienueu ui um objwtn, I'liiiilly the yomiailer denlrnl er to bo "Caesar's friend" than to perthis proposition will bo withdrawn C0,dSf, lms ness with btreaiiiing eyes, aim (lint IMNiiii xhoilld draw un eiiL'Ine, n form a righteous act according to the tin. ii retired, hi HlO ('OIIIIKlllV 0 i beforo wo tnko advantage or ii. Think docs. Ihen?" "Whnl redilext Hint wn pniniplly mel. Pressed dlctatca of his conscience. .. ring? Next is tho rural schools. County uaus. uimiua, uii 'liur Hint It woiiltl !eiio (he fhlld to by tho clamor of those whom he devi.rv mimi nml lively llllIU various of nun-high schools and Stalo Normal germ nnu l.iv n.v,. w nnUnnnua rwif.wnrinors. to ttui Hailctuai'V ...... have mi elnlxinile ilfHlcii. wIIkoii iuM- spised, he sacrificed hla conscience VJO s.v. Sell with out- - ,i,nil iiin chloken-no- x eil two or three extra Hinokir'tncl; schools aro standing anil mumps his own bedroom, where ho led a rather than Incur their anger. Kevenil ImiiKhinry purl. stretched nrms pleading for peopio vnrletv. altliouirli ho liasn't as bad nr.viito and inoroso exisience ioi Tho golden text focusea tho personal horses? hoy exiiiulned the iriilii'tlnii application of thla entire lesson. The ho prepares ono week. His general manager to come and bo educated frco, still a name. In grown-up- s very erlHcnlly. not to any wornfiilly aro growing up in ignor- - n,0 god, g0 to speak, for other ceeded to his desk; likewise, It "What shall I do unto Jesus, which la He returmil II wllh this Hliiteiiient: fell pencils, erasers, ance. It is not very uncommon to lmthk. hv iri'tlimr all throuch the his contaminated very called Christ?" Aa thla question "I'm iifrnld vou tlon'l know from the lips of Pilate It waa an position? who system and weakening its resistant and other implements, whereby ho lluil a young man or woman much about endue. .Mr. IMIhoii. l'n appeal to those who had. asked for Lowers, thereby laying it open to alternately sneezed and objurgated nan not sign their namo legibly. been that way hi your k'luea limy Ilarnbbas. "What then ahall I dot" waa enemioj himself Inlo Iho caro of a doctor, or mich Last, hut not least aro tho church- - tho attacks is wortr. time, but theyve fhaiiced n whole lot an acknowledgment of defeat, an If dnee." New York l'ot cs. Christian Associations and church Us tho nnoumococcus. which Is al- - with tho general and unsatisfactory acquiescence to the will of the people, of venrkera nre nlemllriL' for 1)001)1(1 to wnva w.tIIIiil' hist .irniind tllO corn- - result that till) bulnnCC-sllCand a desire to shift the responsibilsl.OWCll :i ..n nf tlm Iiimlmii. In lrlvn IIH niieil-- 1 f.lvdo Si Co.. Manufacturers. flKiiml out tint ity for tbe sheddln. of Innocent blood. No eoononil. hn i.ltn Minle lii.nrls III find vel HiouhhiuU of dolliir apent for fancy This la tbe question of all questions great number of peopio aro going on monia. Or bronchitis may dovelop, ui. obvious loss for tho month as spending tlHhltiK onnlta Hint never oitrh which men have to face, Men art) still in their sins neglecting this all im- - or tonsolills, or diphtheria, or kid- - it happened, most unfortunately, an columns. following the courae of Pilate, either will nnv trouble or indeed almost any- - unusually busy month of .somo nniinii. iiuiiler. I liono wn they consent to hi cruclflxlou w to dollars, directly thousand nl l.piiln to think nbout theso things tl.Imr. I onco heard an eminent lec- - thrco (hat avlntlon is hla crowning. BlntlHtks Indlnite and not let all the good things os- - turer happily describe Uio coryza traceablo to that unconsidered tri tho uio! ilnuKcrous thing to leum there capo our nolico whilo our minds bacillus as Iho bad litllo boy or the no, a com in mo neau. la and tuut It U uo aufer ufler you know liow. The Citizen THE BIBLE MtWnONAL .CnCr per-'mncK SUNMTSOK Lesson ,.. . 77:11-31- j ..!.. rif IJ aelf-wtl- l, B- - -' ,. 1 m 1 .. . ii I"-"- ! Iik-ii- --- us ut--.- - -til . u-- el . ur. w- crlt-lcla- -- ul foll-wli- ijr i heal-tate- - 1 .Slr"f. pn 1 M 1 weak-wille- d I a r ---- 11 V 1 TZZ' 1 d " uiii. " ole-erv- e ...--- - 20-2- uio ' ,n, l! s '''" kii ' I , ..,. 8 hici Do you want Buy a dog? Rent a house? Find a a boat? enr-oli- I nOl-Va- iT .... - 1 en J Trade Hire a cook? Secure a Cl I your want wanting, it is wortr. a few cents it these htt November ID, 1014. tkx crnzM book "Unlit and Used by Poultry Men." S. C. Rhodo MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE ns home-Idero, 111, i selling of Ilbodo Island was asked inn yesterday live limes, encouragement (o Iho future I will say It de- - tkvn, describing n homo for ll.cm Red eggs, by J. While, Richmond, niuwur lo Mils pends partly upon tlio particular in llio near nnd far fuluro. Ho also Ky. Pnrlrldgo Wyandotles. 1st pair, needs or a gUen community nnd ""' lned tlio duties that boys owe 'iclr innllicni and husl.ands to John Adams, subscription to Rolia partly upon ll.e tlio rapacity which l bio Poultry Journnl by Reliable w. furinors havo lo cslalilisli and man-,,,lMr- Douglas of Indiana was tlio Poultry Journnl Publishing Com ago Iho work or a suilablo organ. nfloriioon. pnny, Qulncy, Hi. ' Izatlon. Thero should bo a strong ;,c"'"' n splendid lecture on Illnck Orpingtons. 1st pair, Geo. local fooling of the need of somo Im- - ' of, cnlllo nnd hogs. Ho spoke II. noJarnctlc, one selling black Or nnd Hint certain dellnlto 'llo ten that pington eggs, subscription lo Poul-Ir- y " alms or purposes ran bo more fully ' "clj ""dcrstand, see ami real in Tribune, Mt. Morris, HI, 1 can organl.ed realized will. Ihe aid of " l,(!ll,'r ' Lees Liquid Lico Killer, 1 poultry Inleresl nnd ncllvlly limn through 10 mt, Hint our tanns are our punch, Reliable Mfg. Co. 2nd pair, elTorlH alone. II is folly vo James nnd John Farley, subscription organization. I""". ""' "Irt wo "pc mo lo axpecl that mere to American Poultry World. will achieve a given object, unless "lock on our farms in ordor lo Harreil Plymouth Rock, 1st pair. Tanners organize in tbo right crenso our hank accounts. ,if. it.,, Wl.IiI nlrli nn.l odiiln H nlso said, it paid lo ralso hogs Hoi ton Park, 1 selling or best Im1,11 "ans lo havo plenty ofl perial Ringlet strain Barred Rock their organization so that It will l,"t "" successfully. Kooci pasiuro ror inem ir wo waiitou eggs, K. I j. Thompson, Amenla carry on lis work pront. Mr. Douglas Is Now York. 1st pullet, Holton Park, lak n Having decided Ihal tlio organization ' 2 lbs. Darling Meat Crisps and Poul is needed in the community, a study 0110 of "r Ilotctl Inc" 011 1,10 ot vo Slock. Lot's try his try Punch, subscription lo Southern bo made of tlio kind of or- ganlzalfon thai would bo most help- - !'" nml. In doing so increase our I aneier Farmer, Atlanta, Ga. Huff Orpingtons. 1st fill and Iho ways nnd means of bank accounts, pair, John 'Mr- - I"iiglas was followed by Mr. making its work effective. In or- -' Porler, selling Huff Orpington Is one or our Unit-reaeggs, by Chiles ti Co, Ml. Sterling, dor lo bo tho most holprul It must J'1" Morgan, who Mslrlct Agricullural hy, 1 subscription all classes ol fanners, not on- - '! Slntes to Poultry ly Iho host and most inllucnlial Agents of Kentucky. Ho spoko or Tribune, I subscription lo Industri farmers but Hie poor nnd needy U' relation of County Agent to tlio ous lien. 2nd pair, Sherman Robin farmer. While Ibis calls ror in- - Farmer. Farmers, I wish you could son, I can Lees Liquid Lico Killer, nave iioaru ins lane, wnai no sain 0 lbs. Darling Meat Crisps, 1 ' i,.tu......i enthusiastic, and self-sapoultry rilloiug oadership, il is best that was just what wo need. His text punch, 1 subscription lo Tho Induswas "Get Together." (his bo f uriiisbed locally. Organl- trious Hen. w.luro given by Mrs. II. A. Y'ltfiitia my need outside advice.1 Huff Cochin nantams. pair. ',lilnfl was Inspiring nnd James nnd John Farley, 1st selling 1 but Ihey should not bo run by out- - ?iw ' Itluo Orpinglon eggs, Chiles & Co.. Kin .". siders. Tho fanners must run the " organization. The-- farmer's ndvanro , """"''I "nvo llcanl 50 leg bands, 1 poultry punch, subH.u program for 'H.ursday was scription como as a result of his own' to American Poultry fcrti-fro- m efforts. Ills progress must deNclop closed by a pointed lecture on World. 2nd pair, Garland White, ' Prof. F. 0. Clark. This ono I can Liquid within rather than from Germozone, 1 subwould havo paid any farmer scription without. Tho organization that is lo Poultry Item, 1 copy vo walke.l all the way rrom Mc-- to given Iho farmers is or rar less valuo Secret or Cralo Fattening. Tcr-s.- df him than t.'.o ono which ho him- - Km to hear. This question ol Ilbodo Island Rcds 1st nnd 2nd creates. In regard to securing iWren Is what wo rarmers want pens, Garland White, 1 can Liquid l" rlor to get tho big-ti- Germozone, 1 ndvlce It is wise to make applica- poultry punch, 1 set wo must understand to the Aurirulttiral College or ml crop ting Rhode Island lied eggs, by F.lk- Iho proper (lowrmiiPiit official. Tbo wl"t kind of a. fertilizer louse. Imrn Poultry Yards, Midway, Ky., Agricultural Colleges and Govern- - We must know our soil. Mr. II. A. setting Ulaok Minorca eggs, by meiit havo mado a thorough study Oggof Indiana solved Ibis problem Tor Samuel DeJarnetlc. Richmond, Ky. s on Friday forenoon. He made tbo or such question and aro ready ami Seabright Bantams. 1st pr. Samable lo help. It won't pay lo ask foil proposition a plain and simple uel Perkins, i subscription to Pouleverybody you see about this or onc- speaker on I riday try World, poultry punch, 1 poulii.ni in ih organization. All have try book. . White- different opinions rind if taken by forenoon was Prof. J. White' Orpfngtons. 1st pair, reasons for raising, tho orgnnizalion it won't be long un- - two. " Pvo George Filton, setting of White ralso more hogs on our " organization lias disappeared til iho Orpinglon eggs, by John Steers, is a '''of- - Whltchouso and gone. In asking for advice Troin nogs in Dry Ridge, Ky, 50 leg bands, subtho Government a full statement "lorougn neiievor in more country. Wo certainly need scription to Industrious Hon, by territory to bo Illair-Youshould bo given-t- lio Publishing Co, Louis"H remember what Mr. Doug-eMe- d. included, number of rarmers inter- ville, Ky. 2nd pair, Carl Ambrose, d about more and belter pas-l- o Iho kind and amount of work subscription to American Poultry t " order lo n.ako hog raising bo undertaken, and any oilier World, I poultry punch, 1 poultry prolllablo and easy, problems that exll in tbo com- book. on'('r ,0 ',avo mnrc an'' bettor tiitmity "pessary for us to S. S. C Whito Leghorns. 1st pair, J. Prof.'.!. F. Sm.ll, said yeslenlay 'as,u, il Rutherford, 1 setting Whito Leg-bo- rn mve somo system of crop rotation. (Friday) in Iho Farmers' Insliluto eggs, by Mr. Milligan, SubI" I'll that tho fanners were Iho only peo- porlnnco of crop CJ'J giving scription to Tlio Industrious Hen. rotation, ple not organized and were buying Pitt Games, 1st pair, Jno. Adams, , in... fltllllllfT llV many reasons for it, and Just how I selling Light Brahma eggs, ntlil ..I .ilnit . ri til li mil .i.i.-by wholosalo prices. How can wo ever Klkhorn Poultry Yards, ..... nonnn.iu' ' Hie afternoon of tho last day For best cockerel in .Midway, Ky. i.. tho show Mrs. II. A. Ogg gavo n dcmonslration by selling at wholesale prices and in Domestic Soienco in the cooking Illack Orpington 1 term's tuition orLet's buying al retail prices? room for all tho ladies. Al tbo ?amo at Berea College. Won by George ganize and reverse Iho system. limn in Yocnllonal Chapel, Prof. J. F. DeJarnetlc, Richmond, Ky. Best pullet in tho show Black Smith spoko on subject of Itetter 1 Orpington term's tuition at NO- - Rural conditions. His speech aroused THE FARMER'S INSTITUTE, nnd thought about Berea College, 1 setting Black Orpmuch interest VEMBER 12 and 13 our rural conditions. How about ington eggs, donated by George B. J. W. tbo rural conditions about you? DoJnmetto, Richmond, Ky. Won by At 10:00 A. M. President James nnd John Farley, Richmond, Hemdon took bis seat and called, Aro they of Iho best nnd highest? Ky. meeting lo order. Prayer by NV.jlf Ihey aro not, what can, and must tbo L. Flanery, alter which Mr. Herndon lio done? JOY ON THE FARM Tho election of officers for tbo with words of welcome mailo every Oh, tho old farm daysl How tho they next year was 03 follows: fanner and student feol that fragrance of them still lingers in President. Robert Sponcc. bad a.jiart in tbo great movement Prof. F. 0. Clark In my heart I Tbo spring with it? or Holler Farming, and glad that g Secretary, 'Meredith Gabbard. and tho gonornl tloy wcro at Iho meeting. Mr. V. L. Flanery was eloclod as nbout tlio farm, the reTho first speaker of tho morning wns Mr. 0. I.. Clayton of Louisville, a dolegalo to tlio Fanners' Stato In- luming birds, and tho full lucid Kentucky. Ho gavo an interesting stitute, dato and place of which lo trout streams; tbo summer with its demonstrated lecture on fruit grow- bo set later. Other delegates to bo wild berries, its haying, its cool fraing. Showing tho valuo of spraying appointed by Secretary and Presi- grant woods; tlio fall with its nuts, ils game, its nnd pruuning young trees. His lec- - dent. its holidays; tlio winter with its school, ils snort on ico and SHOW, ila nnnln- Of POULTRY nil over tlio county. It is tlio pur-poANNOUNCEMENT bins In tho cellar, its long nights of our organization to incrcaso ny SHOW WINNERS, BY H. M. RICKtlio llrosldo, its voico or fox interest as rapidly as possible EY, DIRECTOR OF POULTRY CLUB that hounds on tbo mountains, its sound Eighty puro bred birds raised by or llails in iho barn WORK how much I tbo boys and girls wero on exhibi- still dream about theso things! I wish lo say that I am glad of tbo tion and competed for placo and John Burroughs. opportunity lo publicly express my prizes. Spaco will not permit us of to givo tho list of exhibitors satisfaction and upprcolatlon Don't Be Too Meek by and their exhibits. All wero good tho great work accomplished In the November American Magour boys and girls. It would be and deserve mention. azine Frances n. Stcrrctt, writing a hard to And a greater enthusiasm ," Prizes wero awarded as follows l story entitled 'Tho MHUanoy or anywhero than was shown by tho has n character who gives tho Dlack Minorca. 1st pair, Samuel mnmhQM of tho boys nnd girls following practical advico: Poultry clubs of Madison County DeJarncle, subscription lo Ameri"Peoplo don't gel what thoy want can Poultry World, donnled by Iho in ruing such high grado poultry, In this world just by asking ror it. A American Poultry Publishing Co ono nnd placing it on exhibition.. You havo to fight. And you angreat pari of tho exhibit was hauled can Leo's I.lco powdor by Goorgo II. noy a person long enoughiryou'll get wagons over sixteen miles of Leo Co., Omaha, Neb. 2nd pair, In what you ask for In the end." road, but I Tool sure that overy Samuel DcJnrnolte, 13 lbs. Darling's Crisps by Darling and Commcmhor of tho clubs was well re- Meal Keep Your Wife on Your Pay-Ro- il Ono Poultry paid for tbo work when ho saw tho pany, Chicago, III. In tho November Amorlcnn Mnga- Hook by llollablo Poultry Journal. iutorcst taken in that department zlno Frances II. Sterrelt, writing n of tho show by tho great mass of Silver Wyandotles. 1st pair, story entltlod "Tlio Militancy of visitors. It was plain to an observ- Harvey Smith, 1 setting silver Evalina," has a character who eggs by M. M. Lilly. 1 can makes tho following comment on tho er that tho pure 'bred poultry on exhibition attracted unusual atten- Loes Liquid Lico Killer by Coo. II. valuo to a man of n good wife: tion and created much interest and Leo Company, 1 poultry punch. 2nd "A wifo is tho best parlnor a by pair, Harvoy Smith, 1 subscription man can havo, and sho is entitled I liopo'thal tlio Inlluoneo-oxerle- d tho work of our clubs will spread to Inland Poultry Journal, 1 copy of to a share or his income."' 0'r Reds. 1st Rhodo Investigator Island Red eggs, by Chiles and Com pany, Ml. Sterling, Ky, 1 subscrip HOW FAHMERS SHOULD ORGAN- luro inado pin in many dark qucs-liotion to Tbo Indusrtrloiis Hen. 2nd in iho minds of Ills hearers, Cockerel, John Adams, 58 self-loc- k IZE ing leg hands by Oils nnd Moo Mfg Sinco our Farmers' Institute clos- who liml fruil trees. Tlio nfloriioon nieclliig opened nl Co, Chicago, 111., 1 copy or egg rec ed, llinro have lieen many questions 1:00 put lo rnc. Tim spirit of nrganlzn- - nlnely-lhre-I. M. wilh nn nllcndnnco of ord nnd account book by Successful o students mid farmers. Poultry Journal, Chicago, III, I I Inti eiimna lit liu nnfnllltf. 'I'llfl nltoa mmiu spoko words 0 f poultry punch, J. 0. Pelly, Ilolve- M...V iinv i.'..rn...r. mi, .,.,!,! Orannizn Mr. Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spcnce, Farm Demonstrator and Special Cockerel, Joo Spink, Island I selling aw FILLERS FOR ORCHARD Excellent Practice Where Owner Will Remove Them When Main Treee Begin Their Growth. Page Three. TEN ESSENTIALS IN GROWING ALFALFA GOOD "Pkr "' in-I- .v Jl 8,ll-shou- ld 1 ch c- r-- '' '. on 1 ro 1 '' 1 ng varieties. Tho tree that makes an Ideal filler Is one that Is short-lived- . When they begin to die of their own accord It does not hurt tho tree owner when he haB to cut them out of the way of longer-livevarieties. It Is hard to cut down a thrifty and bearing tree, but unless the owner has mado up his mind that he will do this he should never Bet tho fillers In tho center of the tree squares. Where there Is any market for rlums they make a good tree for this purpose. Whon the i.Ium Is used, some variety that Is not too rank and vigorous In Its growth should be picked out. Pears would make fine 'fillers If It were not for one reason. A 'pear tree lives too long. It Is likely to be Just at the beginning of Its usefulness when the apple trees around It begin Many a man has put In "fillers" In bis orchard becauso he thought tho young trees standing 40 feet apart wcro so far away from each other that they looked lonesome. If we could always picture In our mind's cyo Just how tho tree will look and how much ground space tho spreading limbs will cover wo would not be so anxloua to put In tho "fillers." Fillers aro all right: In fact, they aro tho proper thing to use, If tho orchard owner would romovo them when tho mnln trees begin to get their growth, lays an Illinois writer In Farm Progress. That Is tho trouble: tho "fillers-ar- e allowed to stand until they seriously Injure tho growth and development of tho trees that are the main reliance of the orchard. Wo used to plant our orchard trees too closely together. I was looking over an old orchard the other day whero tho trees could not have been more than twcnty-flvfeet from each other. The limbs wero Interlaced and the trees are of tho old type, with branches pointed upward. They aro hard to spray, hard to prune and hard to pick fruit from. We have changed our Ideas of orchard trees since they were set out and are planting them much farther apart. With tho more distantly planted trees has como the Idea of fillers to use gome of tho available space that looks as though It wero being wasted, a least while tho trees are small. Where fillers arc put out they ought to bo of the summer high-heade- d quick-growin- g Baling Alfalfa Hay Direct From Windrow on man, Texas. (Prepared by the United Btates Dtpfirt- UlClll VI 4lltUllUll-- . Alfalfa, one of the oldest and most widespread of crops, can bo grown In this country as far as climate Is concornrd, In overy stnte, but In the humid sections It is very exacting In tho character of soli and treatment required The following llstof "don'ts," published by tho V. S. department i 1,400-Acr- e Farm Near Sher- d I to crowd In and need moro room. You will get more satisfaction out of a pear tree If It Is In a pear orchard. PRUNE THE DORMANT GRAPES Best Time for Work la After Vines Have Dropped Their Leaves, Preferably Before Midwinter. ..n drape vines, unlike many other vines, trees and shrubs, can be pruned without Injury, only when they are In deep dormant condition. At any other time the upward flow of sap Is so strong that It will flow out of the wound and cause what Is called bleeding, which Impairs tho vitality of the plant. The time to prune the grapo vines Is soon after they have dropped their leaves, and the whole plant becomes Vice-Preside- nt, sugar-makin- applo-galhorin- so Diamond Variety of Crapes. Kva-llna- dormant, preferably with a falling temperature before midwinter. If pruning Is done while the leaves remain on some of the branches and the weather la mild sap li liable to flow In tho remaining branches and cause swelling of buds, which will be caught by the frost. The work must not bo delayed till late winter or early spring, since the very first warm spell will cause the sap to flow and the wounds to bleed. In the northern and central latitudes from the middle ot November till the last part ot January is the best time for the work. ' Wintering the Spray Pump. Clean and oil the spray pump before putting It away for the winter. H baa done good eervlce and deserve a little attention. Destroying Insects. Vor thoaa inaecta thai auek tha Juices, such aa lice, soapsuds aaulilaa U the thing. Apply Wy-undot- tQ with a spray. summer stands are very apt to .winterkill. In general, the principle underlying the time ot seeding Is to sow as far In advance as possible of what promises to be the most trying season for the young plants. In the East and South a late summer seeding Is usually best. This enables an earlier crop to bo removed from the land and gives alfalfa ample time to make a growth before the winter sets In; a fact which gives the plants a good start In the following spring, and aids them successfully to resist the Inroad ot weeds. The conditions thaf determine the tlmofor seeding alfalfa Indirectly determine also the crops which should precede It. Where late summer seeding Is practiced a truck crop which matures early will enable one crop to be secured that season and still allow time for tho preparation of the land for alfalfa. Under such circumstances the fertilizer demanded by the truck crop will probably be sufficient for the alfalfa. Another method which has the advantage ot ridding the soil of weeds, although It Is not so economical In Us use ot land, Is to plant a crop, such as corn, cotton or tobacco. Theso crops also require heavy applications of manure, and the culture given them will destroy any weeds that may have been Introduced with the manure. Ordinarily it Is Impossible to get tbesj crops off the land In time for late summer seeding of alfalfa and It is consequently good practice to seed a green manure crop, such aa hairy vetca or clover, which can be cut for hay In the following spring, the stubble plowed under and the land then prepared for alfalfa. The efficiency of green manure crops In Increasing the humus content of tho soli makes them especially valuable as a preliminary crop for alfalfa. If the soli Is not fertilized la this way, or does not obtain the bene fit of manure used for preyloua cash crops; barnyard maaura or. clean-culturwell-rotte- d fertilizers must bo era ployed If the best results are hoped for. It must always be borne In mind that alfalfa requires rich soli, it cannot bo grown on any kind of land that happens to lie handy for tho farmer. On the other hand, with proper conditions and care Us yield will be sufficient to Justify tho use of tho richest and best drained land of agriculture In Farmers' Bulletin on tho farm. In the East It Is usually No. 339 will, therefore, be of Interest: best to develop tho fertility ot somo Ten Don'ts for the Alfalfa Qrewer. of the high, rolling land and seed Don't fall to provide for ample In that. Dottom lands should be avoidoculatlon. ed; not only Is the danger from weeds Don't sow poor or weedy seed. on such soils greater, but alfalfa abDon't sow on a weedy soil. solutely requires land. Don't sow on any but a sweet, well Overflows from streams are usually . limed soli. fatal to It during Its growing peDon't sow on poorly drained soli. riod, In fact, It is unusual for it to finely-pro- Don't sow on any but a survive more than 24 hours of comseed bed. pared, plete submergence, although during Don't pasture the first or second its dormant period In the winter It Is year. less susceptible. Don't loso the loaves; they constiNot the least difficulty that the alpart ot tho hay. tute tho best falfa grower must face is the necesDon't seed a large acreage to be sity for thorough Inoculation ot the gin with. Experiment on a small area soli In regions where the proper bacfirst. teria are not supplied by nature. Don't give up. Many promlnont al Throughout tho western of the falfa growers Anally succeeded only United States Inoculation half general In many failures. after does not appear to be necessary, but Tho first essential, as these "don'ta" In the East tho grower who neglects show. Is proper soil. A deep, fertile, precaution Is practically certain soil, rich In llmo and this There are reasonably free from weeds Is Indis to lose his time..general use. two now In The pensable, and it Is useless to attempt methods may be supplied either by to grow alfalfa on any other kind of bacteria scattering the soil from a land. The lack ot, any one of these alfalfa field, or by cultures. successful The arvery apt to be the cause qualities Is tificial cultures are supplied by the of failure especially In the East and department of agriculUnited South, where at best alfalfa Is pro ture andStates use explained In detail their duced with some difficulty. In tho printed matter which accomTho plant Is a one and panies the bottle ot culture. After many being mixed usually sends Its roots down with the clean water and feet to obtain food and moisture certain chemicals theso cultures are which aro out ot reach of the shallow-roote- d applied to the seed, which is then crops. On soil that lacks dried In a shaded place and sown as depth alfalfa Is unable to utilize Its soon aB possible. When this method roots and Is, therefore, is successful at all It appears to be less able to withstand the attack of fully as much so as the scattering of surface-feedinweeds. An exception soil. to this seems to be found In the case For some reason, however, which of soils that are underlaid by limenot yet been definitely deterstone at a depth of some eighteen has mined, complete failures occasionally Inches or two feet. occur; more frequently, In fact, than Weeds are. In fact, one of the when inoculation Is practiced by the greatest enemies of alfalfa. The transfer of soil. In the Tatter case young plants are very tender and are from 300 to S00 pounds of soil per apt to bo killed during their early acre should be used. Care should be Btages of growth. For this reason It taken to obtain the soil only from Is good practice to raise some cultihealthy stands known to bo free from vated crop on the ground for two or noxious weeds or plant diseases. To three seasons before alfalfa Is plant secure and handle such quantities of ed. If this Is not practicable some soil Is necessarily a somewhat burdensuch crop as cowpeas, which naturalsome and expensive business, and It ly prevent the growth ot weeds, can Is, therefore, desirable to obtain the bo seeded. Alfalfa sown In the spring soil from as near by as possible. Is especially susceptible to harm When no good soil Is available In the from weeds, and spring seeding, there- immediate vicinity It la best to seed posfore, should be avoided wherever a very small area the first season and sible. It Is, however, preferable In to use this soil for Inoculating larger Minnesota, Wisconsin and the areas lator on. Where only a small where any but spring or early quantity of soil Is available, very satcommcrcai d well-settled deep-feedin- g deep-feedin- g Da-kot- isfactory results can ordinarily be obtained by mixing- - the seed with an equal quantity, pound for pound, of the alfalfa soil, mashed free from even small clods. This mixture may be run through a drill or sown on a cloudy day or after sundown. If It must be seeded broadcast In the sun shine, scatter the mixture directly in front of the covering harrow. It Is also possible to reduce the quantity of soil needed for inoculation by thoroughly mixing It with several times Its wolght of ordinary earth. In such cases from 200 to 300 pounds per acre may be found sufficient. The grower, however, who attempts to skimp In the Inoculation of his land, like the grower who attempts to use any but the best land. Is apt to And that alfalfa instead of a profitable Is a losing crop. Mulching Vegetables. For several years 1 havo been trying manure mulches In my home vegetable garden. The results have been Asparagus has most encouraging. thrived with no attention whatever after the application of fresh horse manure early In the spring. There is no reason why every home gardener should not have a fine asparagus patch by tho liberal use of horse manure as a mulch. Mulches are coming Into more general use among horticulturists. It has been clearly demonstrated that they have a place In every branch of horticulture. , Market 8urplus Poultry. Market the fowls you do not Intend to winter while the price stIU d holds good. Those you do not to keep are best marketed before they molt. Nitrogen In Snow. There Is nitrogen la snow, but some pf.ua would Uke to receive It a a gift In sosm other form. Pmro Four. TUB CITIZEN Novcmbor 10, 1014 LOCAL PAGE tvw news ur ocrn mm The weather man n A Wear a new pair of Florsheims, $5 and $6 or Bostonians, $3.50, $4, $4.50 These are quality shoes from sole to tongue. They'll stay good looking longer than cheaper grades nnd will therefore give you value received in extra satisfaction and good service. j i iilkw rnum nalVARIETYWlrmtrm,i, uniTtfimiin rami nin r.uiii A MCr plainly tells you Low Shoes should OF SOURCES Have you seen Welch's Dry Good You may choose from a good variety of tans.ind be aside now Store lately? It will pay you to blacks in newest styles including colored tops. visit il. ad Special latlsfor men af quit 7 laite and hard-lo-ffeel. FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, Mr. Otto Staler, representative of AND LIVE STOCK the Perry, Norvell Co. of HuntingINSURANCE ton, W. Va., came down from Win RICHMOND, KENTUCKY chester last Thursday for a few See the New Life Policy. days visit with some of his old srhnol friends, in school here. Mr, THE OGC STUDIO Staler, was with the TO TOWN COME TUESDAY, Mrs. Sarah Spurlock after conlln Miss Hattic Carr and little, Eliza a. C, PUKKKY. Prop. RECITAL ARTISTS school, speaking very highly of the ued sulTcring from tuberculosis died belh Ogg, visited from Friday until THURSDAY AND SATURDAY good work being done here. High Class Photographs, For the ronvenfeiieo of huyoMnnd Don't forget tho Recital Artists at her homo on Center Street on Monday with Miss Carr's sister, Mrs Enlarging, Kodac Finishing tho Mr. Jesc Baird spoko at the Fox tho tot Ii. inst. Sho followed very Heltfe Sunderland of Williamsburg. on the Lyceum Course Monday night sellers of country produce, Picture Framing to havn counschool house at Big Hill last week, rlosely her son who died from Iho FOR SAI.K Old house, good slio, tho 23rd. You will enjoy tho Bass Hoarding Hall desires Over Bctea Dink and Trust Co. He was accompanied by Miss Taul same dread diseaso only a few weeks would make Hue stable or barn. In- - Soloist, tho Piano soloist, tho Cell- try produce brought in on Tuesbehi'imer of Cincinnati and Miss Ty ago. The remains wero laid to quiro II. E. Taylor, Berea Collepc ist soloist, tho Soprano Soloist and day, Thursday and Saturday Offlr Phone IM RmUtic Thonet 111 & 1M ler. tween nine o'clock nnd half past rest in the family hurrying ground 21 all Iho other soloists if you don't ad forget tho dale. This entertainment eleven. At Ihese hours lliey will If it's new you'll find it at Hayes near Paint Lick. Rev. Howard Hud Dri. B. F. & M. M. Robinsoi The Rev. W. H. Smith and family is one of the llio best of the season and he sure lo find Miss Sperry, & Gott's. (ad) son ofllciated. liavo moved to Barboursville. Phtiicuhs 4 SVRCrON you will regret ft If you do not hear Hoarding Kali matron, al her offlco It makes no difference what you Mrs. Myrtle Hice, nee Myrtle (Kfiet Hoar. 8 to 12 a. m 1 to 4:30 p. m. Mr. John Muncy who is building them. in tlie south court and thus savo ad Witt, a former student, and her want, phone 29. Mr. J. McCord's new house in RichOrtne, Brta Bank A Trait Bulldlar. Drea. Kjr. their timo and hers. Tin! Madison County Medical As husband, Mr. Charley Rice, a mermond, spent weeks end with his II is the desire of a great many of Rice Station, Ky., visited sociation will meet here (his week family. Norwny l to estnlllh n rejrnlnr inn II to havo set WITCHES BARGAINS WATCHES chant other house-keepe- rs in the men's club room, Cornelius friends and relatives in town sev ervlce to Spltzlieryeti. .SYit ttilim "market days" Mr. Edgar Monro went to Cin and Iho general opin Qo to Maxcum'i to get your Jew- eral days Block. will to innrlni: picture a bow for Tier last week. They were Mrs. Annette Ingrain, who has cinnati Ohio, Saturday on a bus rn del I'neeo ur IjciMim lectures nt the ! ion is that Tuesday, Thursday nnd elry. Everything guaranteed. Prices married last Thursday. been rather seriously ill at the col iness trip. Returned Tuesday. north pole. Olvlllimtlon'a march can Saturday will best suit both buyers the lowest, quality considered. Dr. Honser, Associate Professor of and sellers. lege hospital the past several weeks Ladies, I make nice hair switches not lie linlttit. Next door to Clarkston's Hard- Vocational Education at Columbia and who recently an of your combings. Mrs. Lena Atunderwent NOTICE 1'niversil.y, is visiting the school operation A colleci professor nnnou rices thnt ware, Main Street. (ad 21) for intestinal perforation kinson, Newton, Miss. All claims against tho Estalo of I bun (lloiren-.- l thnt clrls are sweet this week. is much belter this week. The improvement of llxiug the er Ihnn hovs We ennimt pretend to John Collins will bo presented 011 or Wo are located in our new store L, & N. TIME TABLE Irish potatoes 51.00 per bu. Cor street on Estill is complete. rax how often IhN hits Ixs-- nnnonnceil rvfore the llrst, or samo on Main Street and are ready to nell's, (ad) North Dound, Local Dr. and Mrs. S. R. Baker are mov- lfore. tint so often thnt hj till time '' be barred give our customers tho very best at Il mint be tme 7:00 a. m. 10:55 p. m. Knoxville Mr. Ferdinand G. Walker, of ing to their new residence on Prosnil 21 Vema Collins Mrs. S. R. Baker, (ad) pOuisville, 1:07 p.m. 3:51 n. m. tention. DEIIEA portrait painter, who pect street. Mr. John Welch spent several 0:15 p. m. 7:45 a. ni. Cincinnati isiled Berca lasl February, nnd Miss Addio Fish and her cousin, days in Washington, D. C, the past resented the school with a por Mr. Earl Haley spent week's South Bound, Local end 0:10 a. ni. 8:15 p. tn. week on business. Cincinnati trait of Lincoln, which he himself with friends and relatives in 12:37 p. in. 12:25 a. m. BEKEA Mr. II. E. Taylor very delightfully painted, is visiting here this week. Wildie. 5:50 a. in entertained tho following young 7:00 p. m. Knoxville Mr. Lee Terrill, State Y. M. C. A. Bulk pickles, sweet and sour. CorExpress Train folks to a chicken dinner last Mon- Secretary, is visiting the school this nett's. (ad) No 33 will slop to lako on passen Misses Taulhcimer, week. day evening. Mr. Ora Adams spent weeks end Golden Grain Flour, 75c. Cornett's. in Brush Creek, with his sister, i;orn for Knoxville and points beyond Carrulhers, Brcwton, Tyler, Bryan; South Bound Messrs. Baird, Messner, Rittcr and (ad) Mrs. J. Laswell. In order to reduce our stock Cincinnati 8:00 a. m. Hancock. A pleasant social even we have made some decided RHHEA 11:45 a. in. ing was spent and all enjoyed themNo. 32 will stop at Berca to take selves to tho fullest. reductions on Ribbons, Friday" on passengers for Cincinnati, 0., and Dried Fruits for your Black Cake and Saturday of this week. points beyond. ad now at Welch's North Bound Mrs. Peck is now out and about BEHEA 4:55 p. m. again, having .successfully passed Cincinnati 8:50 p. ni. the critical after stages of her op eration. COMING EVENTS Mr. Goilford Frost and Mr. Tandy November. Lanier of Moberly, visited tho Miss Cor. Main Center Sts. Berea, Kentucky 23, Lyceum Number The Reci es Anna Mae uranl and Luella rui- Count, especially when you get 16 ozs. to every pound tal Artists. lins from Saturday to Sunday. 20, Thanksgiving Day. 9:45 a. m. Miss Bessie Mullins of Ewing, is Procession. 10:00 a. m. Thanksgiv- visiting relatives and friends in Be-rIrish Potatoes, per bu. 80c ing Sermon and Praise meeting. for a few days. 2:00 p. m. Sports. 5:15 to 8:30 p. m. Best Pink Salmon 10c. Cornell's. Granulated Sugar, per lb. - 6c Oinner and Toasts. (ad) Gold Medal Flour, per bag 75c December. Prof. LcVanl Dodge made a short The New Garments 4, Lyceum Number Everett Kemp, blue grass tour last week visiting For Ladies' . , . Reader. Nicholasvillc, Lexington, Winchest 9, Wcllesley Entertainment. We both loose money when you go elsewhere Ford, and Richmond. The trip er, 22, Christmas Concort. was made as Ass't Adj't General of Phone 29 23, Oratorial Contest and Closo of the Kentucky G. A. R. in tho inter Term. est of the Annual inspection of Grand Army Posts. He reports a Mrs. Lou Hanson returned from cordial and enthusiastic reception t.ho West, last week, where sho has at all points. been on an oxtended visit with Get a new roaster for Thanks friends and relatives. ad giving turkey at Welch's Mr. William Taylor, an Academy Mrs. Howard Hudson has been in sludont of last year, spent Satur-ia- y the hospital for the past week sulT- and Sunday visiting with school ring with tonsilitis. Sho is report friends. ed to be improving. Heating stove at bargain. M. L. SKIRTS, $1.98 to $7.98 Mrs. Mollio Hubbard lcfl lost. Spink. ad Thursday for an extended visit with In the Newest Modes Mr. It. M. Muroum and family of her von, C. C. Rhodus at Norton, Va. Mr. J. W. Horiulon in company Remembor tho Collego garden at Richmond, Ky., is visiting Mr. W. Recent word from Dr. Cowloy as Berea has a nursery of with Mr. U. S. Wyatt and others H. Long tliis week. to his health is most encouraging. grapes and strawberries, all stand- from Winchester started for the David Hopkins, of the College De- He feels quite himself again and HATS and EVERYTHING ard varieties used in this climate. sunny South, Tuesday morning. partment, was called homo last 1 IT s within a year to bo able to do Tho cry is "buy American mado They aro all interested in Mississa ui Liauici tircar tt Thursday by llio serious illness of a man's work again. products." Why not Berean? ippi land Investments. They aro his sister. Swell new caps for men and boys, Grapes 3.00 per hundred, straw grasping opportunities by the foreGet that stovo at Welch's, ad 50c to 81.50. Hayes & Gott. (ad) ad-2- 2 berries, 30o per hundred. lock. They all know what good Tho Misses Geno McCollum, Etta The final tennis tournament of the Miss Maud Parsons who has been deals there aro in Mississippi. They Boyer, Graco Dizney and Alico Case season's series was won by Mr. Gone woro deliglitfully entertained at tho Marsh, who was granted a letter B. in Toronto, Can. since last summer will bo gono for a week or ten days. has relumed home on account of Richmond, Kentucky Cornelt out Banker's Choice Cof-- . Hill homo on Scaffold Cane pike last The Rev. Guiles Taylor spoke to feo to 30c. (ad) Monday afternoon. A most excel- the student body in the main chap the illness of her father. Mr. Elmo Flanery, who has been Mr. W. R. Cornn of London, visilent dinner was served which tho el, Saturday morning. Ho gave a girls greatly enjoyed. very interesting talk which was in Battle Creek, Mich., and various ted in Berea Sunday. Miss Nellio Nolan of Harlan, Ky., greatly enjoyed. other plaoes during tho past two Little Cecil Wilson, tho son of THE CASH STORES last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wilson, is very is sponding the week at tho homo of You can't afford to pass up tho years returned to Berea The largest and best selected lino low at this writing. her cousin, Mr. Cornelt, on Estill scrvico you gel at Welch's ad St. , Tho Philnlhoa class of tho Union Miss Anna Lcavitt left Wednesday of Dry Goods and Gent's furnishings All the now style sweaters, all morning of this week to tako up her now at Welch's ad Church met lasl Thursday evenMrs. Berry Litllo of Jackson ing at Boone Tavern parlor to reolors, all prices for men, women new work at Alius, Oklahoma. Sho ind children at Hayes and Gott. (ad) went by way of Midway, Rlobmond County has been visiting with her elect officers. Miss Jessamine Davis and sister, nnd Cincinnati, at which places she parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bales, Tho officers for tho following year and other relatives for tho past ind her cousin, Mr. Brannnugh wont will visit friends. aro: Miss Mario Bowers, President; Of the Correct New Styles in Men's and Boys' to Waco, Ky., Saturday for a sevMiss Ilelon Bowman, Secretary; 15 pounds sugar for 91.00. Cor Mrs. B. II. Gabbard was visited at Miss Susan Porter, Vico President; eral days' visit. (ad) nell's, Iho first of tho week by her father. Miss Susan Holllday, Ready-to-we- ar Treasurer. Mr. A. P. Gabbard and family movTho girls of the seventh and ed Monday to thoir farm in Middle-tow- n, eighth grades enjoyed n temping trip Ky. to Indian Fort Mountain from SatSco thoso 25c Brooms at Cornett's. urday until Monday. Mrs. C. W.Johnston received threo (ad) is now ready and complete and we can say with Mrs. Wallaco, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. prizes nl the corn fair instead of pardonable pride that never before have we or any Fish nnd Mr. and Mrs. William ono as tho prizo list of last week other store in Berea shown such extensive assortments Johnson woro entertained at dinner staled llrst on ennned vegetables, Beginning November g, Gordon, the RichWednesday nl tlw homo of Mrs. first on bread and second on canned or such attractive values. We earnestly invite your mond Turkey Man, will receive your turkeys. Jennio Fish. inspection of the new goods whether you intend to buy fruit. BRECK &. EVANS RICHMOND, KY. put il J. S. STANIFER J. S. STANIFER well-pleas- ed . RIBBON SALE! GENUINE BARGAINS PRICES ea Coats, Suits, Dresses, Shirt Waists well-slock- ed j B. E. BELUE & COMPANY FALL EXHIBIT Clothes Hats, Shoes and Fine Furnishings few-day- 5000 Fat Turkeys Wanted Wanted, 5000 turkeys that are ready. It pays the farmer to haul his turkeys to the market. Call Gordon on Phone No. 803 see CLARKSTON L2J Hardware and Groceries MAIN STREET, Near Bank or not, and should you wish to buy our assortments ore surely large enough and our values good enough to certainly please you. F. H. GORDON Shipper of Dressed Poultry Phone 803 RICHMOND, KENTUCKY Near lea' Plan 64 Eatill Ave. HAYES & GOTT "The Cash Store" BEREA KENTUCKY IT. November ID, HM, THE CITIZEN Patro Flva, GERMANS HOLD Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky AT STRONG POINTS AND DIXMUDE NIEUPORT EVACUATE WEST BANK OF CANAL. COLUMBUS BUGGIES and MOGULL WAGONS d Just to remind you 4 of our Savings Department Kilter's Forcei Turn Fortress per cent interest paid on any amount for any length of time in this department Belgium Into a Furloua Fighting Reported. Union New Weitrrn Nwpaper flerrle. nrimln-littere- JOHN DEAN, Cashier Tho left bank of tho Yuer has been cleared entirely of the Ocr mans, onit a telling defeat was by the allies In contact with the Invaders on the right bank during tho fighting. Complete evacuation of the western bank of the canal, which the Germans havo held for so long, was announced In the olllclal communique, from I'arli. Dor-dcau- A Complete Line of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, LADIES' and MEN'S FURNISHINGS SPECIAL PRICES ON Tho official statement lays the greatest stress, however, on tho fighting on the right bank. Here the Hermans held strongly advantageous positions at Nlcport and Dlxmudo. The fury of tho nllles' offenalve was directed against tho latter position, which the communique admits Is still hi'ld by the Germans. Russians Are Imposing Fines. London. A Copenhagen dispatch to the Dally Mall says It Is learned from Berlin that tho Russians are Imposing fines on the conquered KaBt Prussian towns corespondlng to tho German fines Imposed on Uelglan towns. The military authorities In Kast Prussia, ndds the dispatch, have given 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 R. H. CHRISMAN "The Furniture Man" Chestnut Street Tho farmers in this vicinity are progressing nicely gathering corn. Joseph Holer sold a tract of land tho past week to J. Clcmmons for A. D. Carpenter is building lfGOO.00. J. M. n new store and dwelling.' Stacy has moved from Gaugo to Portsmouth where he will mako his Wo have ono of the best home. Sunday Schools in tho mountains. It is under the management of Miss Louelin Harlman. Tho singing is well done especially by the littlo Wo wish all the neighborfrdks. hoods had good Sunday Schools equal to ours. LEE COUNTY Berea, Kentucky her brothers, grandmother and oilier relatives in Kansas City, Mo, for three months, returned last week accompanied by her grandma, Mrs. J. W. Stephens, who will spend the winter here A tempcranco entertainment was given nt tho Fairviow ohurch Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Curtis entertained the following lo a dinner Sunday: Mrs. Woods Graves of Flat Woods, tho Misses Kate Ham of Heighlsville, Eslella Hickncll of Richmond, Fan-ni- o Dowdcn of Paint Lick and Lu-ci- lo Lackey of this place. Mrs. Boll Henderson has returned from Richmond where sho has been visiting her daughter. Mr. Roy Gillcn of Cincinnati was tho guest of Joo Barr last week. A revival meeting began at Walnetta, Nov. 15th. We are glad to know thai Mr. Smith, tho mail carrier thru here, who has been sufToring so with his eyes, is reported as somo belter. THE MOUNTAIN JOURNAL DEVOTED TO HOME, FARM AND SCHOOL Is Iho one Journal that should be in every homo in tho Mountains. II to think, you will havo a chance; if you want to cry, the causo will bo t 4 Men's Suits Ladies' Suits Boys' Suits Ladies' Coats A RICHARDSON & COYLE Main Street - ... HERE Berea, Kentucky CollegeNews STRICTLAND GILLILAND ing more real team work than in Monday. Tho VocaHut game Oilliland. the well-knoStricthmd humorist, presented his famous lcturi. "Sunshino anil Awkwardness," nt the College Chapel lat Wednesday evening before a largo audience. Till was the llrst lyreum nunihor of the fall series. Mr. Oilliland kepi the audience in a rontinual chuckle with very frequent roars of Inughler. In hi droll manner of narration he told of liis earlier experiences on the farm, of his college days, and those of later life. His humor was keen and pointed and he left few in doubt as to jusl when to laugh. That pari He always came spontaneously. drifted from humor lo pathos, skillfully and effectively, carrying his nudlenco with liim always. Thru-o- ut his lecture ho quoted lines of verse of his own composition, excellent both in sentiment and form. Ho closed with a reoilalion of his very famous little ballad, entitled, "OIT Agin, On Agin. Genu Agin, Fin-nign- by which the author is best known. Mr. Oilliland'a ledum will long bo remembered as he left nn ImWo only pression that will Inst. hope thai ho may bo ahlo to visit Herea again some tinio. Wo assuro him a hearty welcome. JOINT MEETING Tho Y. M. G. A. and tho Y. W. C. A. met jointly in tho upper chapel last Sunday evening at tho usual hour. Tho house was crowded lo A very livo Us fullest capacity. ineeling was held, Iho object of which was lo raiso money for Iho statu contribution to tho Mack Building fund, Ontain Conference hundred and pledged one llfly dollars as their part In tho contribution. Over n hundred dollars of this wns raised in tho courso of the evening. Tho audienco responded genorously and enthusiastically when the purpose of tho fund was mado known. Tho meeting was conducted by Prof. Francis 0. Clark, with short addresses by Prof. Ilalno, Messrs. Fielder and Crouch, and Miss Margaret Diznuy. A quintet, composed of Messrs. Rig-b- y, Dick, Imrio ami Misses Carrulh-er- s and Cornelius, furnished music for tho occasion. Tho money raised will bo turned into tho state fund, this in turn will Ito given lo the general fund, which will bo used in eroding a new building on the conferenco grounds at Black Mountain, N. C. FACULTY vs. VOCATIONAL Tho Faculty and Vocational teams met on tho main athletic Held for thoir second game of football last Monday afternoon at three This tlmo Iho "Profs" o'clock. proved themselves tho masters of tho occasion, defeating tho Vocational by a scoro of 0 to 0. Tho Faculty men showed marked Improvement In their playing, display tional men fought valiantly and also displayed ptod team work. Doug las proved (he champion for tho Faculty squad and played n big part in securing tho victory for his team Jones did good playing as usual wore as follows: The line-uVocational: Crosetto, Mi; l'ugh, I.K; Click, HT; Deadrick, LT; Hays. 110; Smith, 1.0; Pcrgreni.C; McCann, I'll; Jones, UK; Tipton. Lll; Farmer, OH; Subs: Fielder, Hunynn and Watson. Fneulty:-Cla- rk. U.K.; Hunt, I.K; Steeurod, IIT; Hitler, LT; Smith, 110; VauWinkle, 1.0; Hatson, C; Parker, Berlin Reports Further Damage to FH; Logan. Lll; Canlleld. Illl; DougBritish Navy. las, OH. Cromer replaced Clark in Ilerlin. Nov. 17. Information given second half. ofnclally to the press sets forth that Killed umpired and Ogg referecd. tho Ilrltlsh torpedo boat destroyer F'alcon, the cruiser llrllllant and the RICIMVITT Springs, sloop of war Hlnaldo have been disMiss Myrlle Witt, of Wilt abled by Gorman guns on the Helglah and Mr. Charles Hice, of Hlce Sta- const. tion, were married on November tho U'th. al the home of Miss Suda Pow- COMING, DECEMBER 'NINTH, THE EVENT OF THE SEASON ell of Richmond, in Iho presence of a few relatives and friends. Tho Under the auspices of Miss Welch Rev. Fryman of Irvine, olllrinled and Miss Tyler, Wellesley alumnae, Powell and Mr. Karl Wilt, lo help Miss Suda their collego which has sulT-e-- od brother of the bride, acted as bridesa sevcio loss from n recent maid and lwsl man. Tho wedding Hie, an entertainment will bo given march was played by Miss Tillio Al- tfiislsling of two plays ono precorn. sented by the German department After the ceremony an oleganl ami one by tho Vocational depart-- , supper was served; after which the iiienl. on happy couplo left immediately their wedding lour. MAMMOTH BRONZE TURKEYS of Thoroughbred, Tho bride is n sister-in-la- w prices reasonable. Prof. Francis O. Clark, Dean of tho Mrs. Luther Todd, Coylc, Ky, Uciea Herea Vocational Department of 3 ad 27 Phono College. She was a member of this department last year. EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS young Mr. Rico is n prominel (Continued from Pago 8). farmer and business man. He is at present conducting a general nier satisfaction to his largo class at chandiso business nt Rico Station. that place. Mr. Merrill Rico took suddenly ill a few days ago and his BAPTIST MEETING CLOSES. Tho protracted meeting of tho children and nearest relatives were Haptisl church closed Sunday, tho called lo his bedside. Dr. Alvin preacher dovoting tho morning ser- Neal was immediately summoned mon to a vigorous attack upon all and tho patient is much improved who claimed to bo Christians with- nl this writing. Tho causo was said Tho to bo hemorrhages of the nose. out joining his denomination. good brother has preached much CLAY COUNTY, gospel truth, and done real good. Burning Springs and this parting shot hardly repreHunting Springs, Nbv. 13. Mrs. sents his heart and Iho hearts of McGroary and daughter of Barbour-vill- o our Baptist neighbors. It is believed havo returned homo after an that many Baptists do secretly think extended visit, with her son, Georgo that there may bo somo good in oth- of this placo and relatives in Owser churches. ley county. Mrs. Sovada McDanlcl Ho was particularly bitter In de bought a good cow from Mr. Jas. nouncing tho old Union Church. Yet McDanicl for flfty-llv- o dollars. The its standard does show something of family of Mr. Goo. Copo arc getting the spirit of Jesus. ready lo iocnto in Illinois. Mr. Geo. "Tho Church of Christ, of Berea Hall wns in town rcccptly on legal all business. Mr. J. S. Rawlings has Union founded 1853, receives followers of Christ, and works with rented his .store and other property ull who work with Him, respecting to Mr. Israol Howard. Mr. Rawlings each man's conscience, working by and family will localo in a climato lovo, endeavoring lo keep tho unity that is favorablo for throat trouble of tho Spirit in tho bond of peace." ps 9-- lat orders that as tho Russians advance the Inhabitants must abandon their homes and remove all their flocks and herds, as well as their valuables, and burn their houses bo as to prevent the Russians subsisting on tho country. Many villages aro reported to have been evacuated already. Austrian Emperor Ask Aid. London. A Petrogrnd dispatch to tho Post says: "Cracow Is momentarily expecting the arrival of tho Russian troops, and the Austrian Kmperor has dispatched an appeal to the Germans to send reinforcements at all costs. Tho noncombatants have been removed from the fortified area, and the Inhabitants generally aro fleeing from tho ocuntry." British Successful Against Turks. London. Tho secretary of the admiralty announces tho success of operations against tho Turkish garrison on the Strait of .at Shclkh-Sald- . at the entrance of the Gull of Aden, and of the occupation of th Turkish forts at Turba by Indian troops, assisted by the British cruiser Duke of Edinburgh. there. Beattyvillo Healyville, Nov. 10. W. B. Lucas, Iho hustling merchant and of Primrose, attended court several days hero last week. Mrs. Robert Porter has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Strong at Athol, for tho last threo weeks. Hunting season is now on and tho report of many a gun can bo heard In tho country and hundreds of birds arc being brought down daily. Last Saturday being teacher's pay day most all the teachers camo in from the country to receive their pay. C. D. Tyler of Monica attended the funeral of Circuit Court Clerk, G. W. Cann, here yesterday. Mr. Cann was his Quito a crowd has been in town for the last week or moro since court has been in progress. Tho Grand Jury adjourned Saturday till Tuesday when they will return and cnmplcto tfie business for tho term of court. Judge Wm. Robinson made a business trip to Jackson last Friday. Joo Creech of Monica was attending court hero Monday. Circuit Court Clerk Georgo W. Cann, who has been very ill for tho last seven months, died Saturday morning and was buried hero in tho cemetery Sunday afternoon by tho Masonic Fraternity. It is not known who Judge Riddcll will appoint in his place. son-in-la- w. deals with just such matters as every man, woman or child should know. Look out for tho noxl numbers. They will contain somo articles that you cannot afford to miss. Tho November issue will contain tho first installment of a continued article on "Love, Courtship, and Marriage" as experienced and observed in tho Kentucky Mountains. If you want to laugh it will pay you to get it; if you want Thero is also running through this Journal a scries of articles on tho study of Farm Animals that every farmer should read. Then thero is tho Trustee Department that every progressive school man or woman wants to see. Thero aro many other articles that will help to scatter sunshino and good cheer wherever this Journal may go. Brother farmer, or fellow pedagogue, you cannot invest a dollar better than to send it to tho editor, Prof. W. B. Ward, Palnlsville, Ky., and becomo ono of tho great host of readers of this our own Mountain Journal, edited and run by Mountain Men and Women. Mr. Ward is spending his life in tho of Iho girls and boys of KenHo tucky. is not running this Journal for a money making scheme, or for any other purposo than to servo his people, but of courso it takes somo money to defray the expense of publication, and ho is thoroughly confident that his follow Kontuckians will cheerfully rally to his support as hundreds havo already done. Satisfaction is guaranteed or money refunded. Practically every County Superintendent in Iho Mountains get this Journal. You seo a copy at his office. Note tho table of contents on first cover pago. Then send in your subscription and help a good cause along. Tho address is, "Tho Mountain Journal," Paintsville, Ky. ad. 22 ln-ter- est Joe W. StephensMeat Market FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES - BELL COUNTY Colmar Colmar, Nov. 10. Mrs. Leona Goins who has been visiting relatives hero returned to her homo in Knoxvillc, Tenn. Mr. Robert Marcuin has returned to his homo at Middlcsboro. A largo crowd of young folks attended Sunday School at Clear Fork Sunday. Mr. Cyrus Short wns in Pinovillo Saturday. There will bo a box supper at tho Clear Fork School Houso Saturday night. Your presenco requested. Clay Messrs. Albert Crabtrco and Wells look a walk out in tho country and attended Sunday School al Clear Fork. ESTILL COUNTY Fruits and Vegetables Mill Feed, Flour and Meal OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE. Main Street, Berea GIVE US A CALL Several Methods Some adEverybody believes in advertising. vertise in tiie newspapers as we do. Others advertise onbllI boards and fences. Still others merely tell their wives. i Witt NOTICE Tho members of tho Eastern Star will hold thoir Annual Bazaar in tho Horca Dank and Trust building, Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 24lh and 25th. All kinds of good things to cat. Proceeds to go for tho bo'nolll of tho poor. Witt, Nov. 10 Tho series of meetings closed Monday night with 0 additions' to tho chiirrh at Station Camp. The littlo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hrulus Gum, who was operated on for appendioitis nt Richmond hospital by Dr. Gibson, a week ago is doing well Sovordl BREATHITT COUNTY from this placo attended court at aro Lambrlo Irvinn Monday. Tho farmers Lamhrlc, Nov. 4. A. D. Carpenlor very busk gathering corn. Mr. and has his grist mill in riming ordor Mrs. Jcsso McGeorgo spent Sunday nnd is doing grinding for Iho public. with her brother, Mr. W. J. Short. GARRARD COUNTY Squire Kieth has been attending Polat Leavell Fiscal Court at Jackson Iho pasl Point' Leavell, Nov. 14. Miss Lu-ci- la week. ' Jorry Carpenter was al Lackey, who has been visiting Quicksand on business last week. adopt the first plan because we reach more people that way, even ii the other plans arc cheaper. We want everybody to know that our We 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. JACKSON COUNTY BANK McKce, Kentucky iU?o Six. TIIK CITIZEN November 10, 101 Promises The Land of Broken COOLIDGE By DANE 1 GOOD TO MAKE FOR BAZAAR If Pincushion and Trinket Tray, Property Made, 8hould Be a Ready Seller. She Backed A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution ICoottIi ht. 1911. THE Author of FIGHTING TOOL," "HIDDEN WATERS," "THE TEXICAN,- - Elc Illustrations by DON J. LAVIN by Frank A. Munxr.) Readers who nro puzzling their brains to think of llttlo novelties to ntako for bazaars will bo Interested In tho sketch wo glvo of n neat llttlo pincushion nnd trinket trny that Is easy to mnko and that would bo suro to sell well. For constructing It two small boxes must bo procured. Tho lids may bo dispensed with as they will not ho required, and the boxes placed sldo by sldo nnd securely fastened together. A simple way of doing this Is to run paper fasteners through the sides that touch each other, nnd this Is shown accomplished In tho smaller sketch nt tho top on Tho tho left of tho Illustration. hnndlo can next bo fastened In Its place, and It Is mado of two strands card-board Out Br EUNICE BLAKE. Those who knew Abraham Mucking-haused tn mil ! tit "the salt of the earth." There were no frills ulsiut Indeed, It would have I icon Abraham. IiiiihmmIIiIv for him lu pretend to be anything lint u plain merchant whose word was a good n lilt Imml anil whose nolo hail never been protested Abraham was well enough Imm nnd Inn! been educated. Ills plaltine run. stated In not piiltliiK tin liny tilrsmid In a sort uf Htollillty that made him reI was going spected, If imt admired. to sny not lielnveil, hut there were persons before whom tlih stolidity, (lilt hnil suddenly droi-pr- d like n musk Mini revealed n tender lictirtrdiics.t. When Abraham turned forty he had become very well uff. nnd It neemed to him that he could afford to bring n wife Into till house as well ns Into hla heart, mid he looked for one. Forty Is about th" age when a tnnn taken leave of lilt youth, but not willingly. He I not likely to tnko a wife near his own age. but muni need reach down for sonic young thing with whom he might hnvs mated twenty yenra before. He fixed his eyes on a girl of eighteen, Anne Hasting, who vrns much In love with n young scape- grace who hint Just returned fromfc the Spanish American wnr. Ben llon-- " bright wan at dazzling In outward ap pearance at bit inline, with a rough rider uniform mid rough rider modesty. So far as fittmcllveiie-i- s to a young girl It concerned, Abraham find no more show with him tlinii n private In tiie rear rnnk would have had with n drum major. But Abraham knew nothing about bis rival, nnd Anne's mother, who knew a good detil about Hen, didn't proviso that Abraham should ever tieur uf him. She knew that Abraham was a man Of sterling worth and would give her daughter n good home. So Anne witt led like n liuiib to the slaughter, though In reality the man she married was the one to be titled, for lie was selling lilt love fur n incut uf pottage HI" heart wns not yet old enough to congeal or young enough not tu iiinke iniirh of the fact thnt ho wns tor he wasi beloved by a girl of eighteen. He tun! Ihvu mnrrleil three years when suddenly an old friend of hit wife 'of whom he had never heard apH'iired. and the two seemed to be much Interested In each other. This old friend was nunc other than Hen Ilunhrlcht. who had gone) west the day Anne was married nnd bad stumbled by sheer good luck Into a fat mine, which enabled film to return rich. One day when Anne was hysterical through mime teniurary ailing and consequently bad got out uf patience with her husband she out with the whole story alxjut huw she hud loved tlunbrlcht mid bad married Abroharu Instead because her mother wished her to do so. She had no sooner sHken the words Hum she regret titl tlium.tlrst, because she knew they would owise tier hiislmnd Infinite pain. and. seenml. because after three years' absence from Hen alio was not iilte sure that her heart Kiished for lilm'tlie snmu at It had gushed when sue was n girl With Infinite melancholy Abraham told her that he would not have been a party tu such a tniiisnrllou had he known It. mid since the loved lloubrlght It not only Urn me blm to give her up to the mil ti of her choice, but he loved her so well that lie could nut stand In the way of her happiness. Abraham wetit away mid hired a smart lawyer, who mude quick work All the while uf getting n divorce. A It lie went about wlthlng tu tell Her husband that she had nut meant all she had said, but she didn't think he would believe her denial, and she wns too proud tu liui ke It. No one etui expect another to lielleve two side uf n story coining from a single person So Anne iiinile no opposition tu tin divorce, trying to iiinke herself think thnt she loved lieu the mine its she bad once loved him and that lutppl-nea- t with tiltil would Is licit after all Hut shu had lived lung enough wlilj, worthy and a refined man to iipSjl elate the difference Itctweeii him ami an unworthy nnd ti coarse one. She stayed right In the same house with lie her husband to the lust minute suggested thnt she go to her mother, but her mother wouldn't receive her. It nd her husband told her tu atny right where she was. It wns nil arranged that she shuuld marry Hen the day the decree of divorce was obtained, and Abraham helped her all he was able with the preparations ami regretting that be was not a woman so that he could do mure, fur Iter mother would have nolh-Into du with her or her preninitlons. and alio had only A bra ham to rely on. When all was ready Abraham slipped a cheek for $10,000 In her About that time u carriage that had been ordered for her drove up to the door, nnd Abraham made a motion to allow her tu tho door. Hut she threw both arms around hit nock nnd burst Into passionate sobbing. He tried to soothe her nnd asked ber what troubled her, lint neither sue ceeded lu the one nor got n n answer to the other. She Just went on with a hysterical sohltlng till he wild: "Come. come, little one; your lover Is waiting for you!" "Send him away!" she walled. And then the thick skulled .uiiiu knew what he was very Blid,to know, and that's the end tu the stury. I mntter-of-fiiellics- Properly speaking, Dol Rey was In o command of tho town, but neither tbo federals nor tho miners would recog-althis authority nnd tho leadership (rent by default. While they waited to dear tho robol demands the Americans took advantage of tbo truce to bring up hot food from the hotel, where Don luan do Dios stood heroically at his pout. Let bullets come and go, Don fuan kept his cooks about him, and r thoao who had doubted his valor his coffee was answer enough. kW'jr, my gracious, Mr. Hooker," ho railed, as Dud refreshed himself between trips, "ain't you going to take iny up to those women? Don't drink to much coffee now, but give It to the men who fight 1" "Ump-um,grunted Bud with a grin; "they got a skinful of mescal already! What they need Is another carload of ammunition to help 'em shoot their " tlrat rebel." "I thought you said they wouldn't right!" twitted Don Juan. "This Is the battle of Fortuna that I was telling you about last week." "Sure!" answered Bud, "and over there Is the dead!" Ho pointed to a riot of mescal bottles that marked the scene of tho night's potations, and Don Juan gave him up as hopeless. "A pllo of bottles usually represent the casualty list In a Mexican fight." idded Bud as Don Juan moved away. But, jest as he would, Bud saw that the situation was serious, for the foolhardy Sonorons had already emptied and their guns their cartridge-belts- , wero no better than clubs. Unless the rebels had been equally reckless with halting and advancing a threatening forefinger. "A man who can hire four men to do his dirty work needs no protection from me. You understand that no? Then listen again. I am going to get those papers. It I hear a word from you I will send you to Join your four men." He touched his gun as he spoke and strode out Into the open, where he beckoned the mineral agent from the crowd. A word In his ear and they went down the hill together, while Don Clprlano watched from above. Then, "I'm Going to Get Those Paper!" as they turned Into the office, Aragon their ammunition they had the town at spat out a curse and went to seek their mercy, and (he first thing that Manuel del Key. they would demand would be the refugees In the big house. CHAPTER XXIV. 'Before that could be permitted the Americans would probably take a In a land of class privilege and offhand In the fight, for, while the great icial graft It Is often only In times of majority of the women In the house anarchy that a poor man can get his were Mexican, there were a few rights. For eight months Hooker bad Americans, and they would be pro- battled against the petty Intrigue of tected regardless of International com- Aragon and the agento mineral, and plications. But Gracla Aragon was then suddenly, when the times turned apt an American, and she could not to war and fear gripped at their hearts, claim the protection of these country he rose up and claimed his own, holdmen of his. ing out his brawny right band and deThe possession of the town; the manding the concession of his mine. In a day the whirligig of fortune had arms of the defenders; food, clothing and horses to ride nono of these turned, and It was the fighting man who dominated. He spoke quietly and would satisfy them. They would the rich Spanish landowners to made no threats, but the look In his be held for ransom, the women first eye was enough, and the agente gave of all. And of all those women hud- - him his papers. Then he wrote out a died up In the casa grande not one receipt for the mining tax and Bud Would bring a bigger ransom than Grastepped forth like a king. cla Aragon. With his papers Inside his shirt and "Bud 'pondered upon the outcome as a belt of' gold around his waist there tbo emissaries wrangled on the hill was nothing left In Mexico for him. Hide, and then he went back to the Once on bis horse and headed for the corral to make sure that bis horse was line and he could laugh at tbem all. safe. Copper Bottom, too, might bo In Gadsden be could show title to But, knowing the Kruger, he could give answer for bis hold for ransom. rebels as be did, Hooker foresaw a trust and look the world In the eye. different fate, and rather than seo bim It bad been a long and strenuous b'ecomo the mount of Some rebel chief fight; a fight made against seemingly tain he had determined, If the town insurmountable odds; a fight that bad uurrendcred, to make a dash. cost blm much, but be had won. Ho Riding by night and hiding In the bad proved the' trust Kruger had lillla by day he could get to the border placed In him, and It bad beon a fight In two days. All he needed was a little worth winning. jerked beet for the trip and he would Yes, he was a man now but hla lie' ready for anything. work was not quite done. Up at tho So he hurried down to the hotel big bouse, with the screeching women j?aln and was Just making a sack of arbund her, was Gracla Aragon, and flood fast to bis saddle wbon ho hoard he owed her something for his rough ni noise behind him and turned to face words. To pay her for that ho would Aragon. For two days the once stay. Whatever she asked now ho liaugbty Don Clprlano bad slunk about would grant It; and If worst came to Uko a sick cat, but now he wae headed worst he would take her with blm and Cor Gracla's big roan, and the look lu make good bis promise to PhlL He his eyea betrayed bis purpose. bad given his word and that was ' fWhere you going!" demanded enough. Now bo had only to wait. Ilioker In English, and at the gruff It would not be long, for the parley Challenge tbo Spaniard 'stopped In bin would soon be. over, and It the coward, tracks. The old, hunted look came ly rurales surrendered (he town to back Into hi eyes, he seemed to the bandits be would make u break for shrink before the stern gaze of the the line and civilization with the glrL Tqianandjjis the memory ofhU jjast It would be a hard rido and alonobe powder men wero busily manufacturing bombs, and all tho while the superintendent was glancing to the south, for swift couriers had been sent to Alvarez, the doughty Spanish ha-- ' clendado of the hot country, to beg him to come to their relic. Twice before Alvarez h.J met the rebels. Tho first time he spoke them well nnd they ran off all his. horses. Tho second time he armed his Yaquls and Yaqul Mayo rancheros against thing?" he questioned eagerly. "Your them and drove them from his domain, title to tho mine no? Blen! Take Inflicting a sanguinary punishment. Since then he had been Itching to me to the line protect me from my enemies and the papers are yours!" engage them In a pitched battle, and "Have you got them with you?" in- when the word reached him he would quired Hooker with businesslike dl come. Two hundred and forty Yaquls, rcctness. all armed with repeating rifles, would "No, but I can get them!" cried Ara- follow at his back, and even with his gon, forgetful of everything but his boasted thousands Bernardo Bravo desire to escape. "I can get them could hardly withstand their valor. So, while you saddle my horse!" while the rebels parleyed, demanding "Where?" demanded Hooker craft- a ransom of millions and threatening ily. to destroy tho town, tho defenders "From the agente mineral!" an- argued a'nd reasoned with them, swered Aragon. "I have a great deal hoping to kill the time until Alvarez should arrive. of Influence with him, and " In the open space In front of the "Bastante!" exploded Bud in a volco which made Aragon jump. "Enough! house the refugees gathered in an anxIf you can get them. I can! And we ious group, waiting for messengers shall see, Senor Aragon, whether this from the front, and as Hooker walked pistol of mine will not give me some among tbem be was aware of the maInfluence, too!" lignant glances of Aragon. There were "Then you will take them?" faltered other glances as well, for he had won Aragon as Hooker started to go. "You great favor with the ladles by ditching will take them and leave me for Ber- the powder train, but nono from Gracla or her mother. nardo Bravo Bud would not have, admitted that "Listen, senor!" exclaimed Hooker, I misdeeds came over him, ho turned as If to flee. But thcro was a smile, an amused and tolerant ntnlrk, about tho American's mouth, and even for that look of understanding tho harried hacien-dad- o seemed to thank him. He was broken now, thrown down from his pedestal of nrrogance and conceit, and as Hooker did not offer to shoot him at sight he turned back to him like a lost dog that seeks but a kind word. Bud knew thnt Aragon was entirely at his mercy, that fear had clutched tho once arrogant Spaniard by tho throat, and It was almost worth tha anxiety he felt for this man's dough ter to see the father cowed. Aragon crawled closer to Bud as If for the protection he could not get from his own people. "Ah, senorl" he whined, "your pardon! What?" aa he sighted the sack of meat "you are going, too? Ah, my friend" his eyes lighted up suddenly at the thought "let mo rldo with you I I will pay you yes, anything but If Bernardo Bravo takes me he will hang me! He has sworn It!" "Well, you got It coming to you!" answered Hooker heartlessly. "But I will pay you well!" pleaded He paused Aragon. "1 will pay as If to consider what would tempt him and then suddenly he raised his I bead. "What is it you wish above every- j would have no fear of tho results, but he would chance It even with tho girl rather than leave her. Tho boy lieutenant, tho brottiors Mendoza, tho superintendent, and Man uel del Key, all wero out on tho hillside talking terms with Bernardo Bravo nnd his chiefs. With tho rebols It was largely a bluff, slnco had shown them to be short of cartridges; but they had over a thou sand men massed along the ridges and, with courage, could easily take the town. Bud knew that courago was the ono thing lacking. It was tho ono thing that was always lacking In these Mexican fights. The Mexican bandit takes but llttlo chanco when he goes to war. As for tho Mendozas and their miners, they wero properly chngrlned at their waste of ammunition and Bworo by Santa Guadalupe to fight it out with hand grenades. Even as their loaders wrangled tho Mexican field-glasse- s n of a dynamite bomb marked" tho begin, . nlng of If thcro was to bo a casualty list In this for battlo of Fortunn, tho tlmo was at hand when they could begin counting tho dead. With a fcarlctencss born of long familiarity with explosives tho Sonornn minors advanced valiantly with their hand gronadca baking powder cans filled with dynamito and studdod with fulminating caps. Digging fiercely through wall after wall they approached unpercclved by the enemy and tho first bomb, flung from a roof, filled the adobe with wounded and hand-to-hnndlong-looke- dead. pnll of yellowish smoke-rose- , high nbovo tho town and, as bomb after bomb was exploded and tho yells of tho miners grow louder with each success, tho stunned Invaders broko from cover and rushed helter-skelte- r up tho gulch. Then there was a prodigious shouting from tho Sonorans nnd moro than one triumphant grenadier swung his can of giant powder by tho sling nnd let It smash against the hill In a terrific detonation. In tho big house all was confusion. d Soon the cheers of tho defenders victory nnd, In eplto of all efforts to restrain them, tho wives of tho miners rushed Into tho open to gaze upon the triumph of their menfolk. On tho hilltops tho Ineffective rebel riflemen rose up from behind their stone wall to stare, until suddenly they, too, were seized with a panic and ran to and fro like ants. Then, around tho curve below tho concentrator, a fall man enmo dashing up on a pure whlto horse, nnd behind him, charging as ho charged, camo tho swarthy Yaquls of Alvarez, their new rifles gleam Ing In the sun. Up along the hlllsldo and after tho fugitives they ran with vengeful eagerness, racing each other for tho highor A denso her-nldo- you" of wire with narrow ribbon twisted round nnd round It. Tho exterior of d both boxes and tho Interior of the box, aro loosely covered with soft silk, gathered Into a tiny frill at tho upper edgcsNind again at tho base. The dhlslon for tho pincushion Is filled with cotton wool and covered In at tho top with velvet, and to com pleto this little nrtlclo It Is ornamented with thrco smnrt little ribbon bows, ono tied on In tho center of tho handlo and the other two on either sldo. Tho colors of the materials aro a matter of choice, and any palo tints would look very pretty; but tho tray should bo lined with whlto silk, and whlto velvet should bo used for tho pincushleft-han- ion. MODEL BLOUSES FOR AUTUMN Darker Colorings Are to Be Moos Favor Than They Have Been for Many Seaiont. In to" he resented this lack of appreciation on the part of Gracla. In fact ho hardly know that he did resent it, but ho watched anxiously for any sign of approval from this girl who was to bo his partner's bride should' bo conduct j her safely to the border. From the beginning the Senora Ara gon had treatejljilm as a stranger, ac-- ! cording to the code of her class, and ' Hooker had never attempted to In-- I tmrift lint If firnrla still remembered tlpU she was an American girl at heart, she forgot' to show it to him. To all she was now tho proud Spanish lady, thrown with the common people by the stress of circumstances, but far away from them In her thoughts. The conference between the leaders dragged on and messengers came and went with the news then, .after hours of debate. It broke up suddenly In a row and the emissaries came back on the run. Even at that they narrowly escaped, for the rebels opened fire upon them from the ridges, and before they could get back to cover the dandy, Manuel del Rey, rccelvod a bullet bole through the crown of his hat. A grim smile flickered across Bud's faco as be saw the damage it had wrought, for he knew that Amlgo waa In the hills and a bullet shot down hill goes high! Some trace of what was In his mind must have come to Del Rey as be baited In the shelter of the house, for he regarded the American sternly as Aragon spoke rapidly In his ear. But It (hey planned ven- geance between them tbo times were not right, for a rattle of arms came from the lower town and the captain was up and away to marshal his men to the defense. So far In the siege Del Rey bad kept under cover, patrolling the streets and plaza and letting the volunteers fight, but now tho war had shitted to his territory and his rurales wero running like mad. For, matching treachery against deceit, tho rebel leaders had sent men around to slip up near tho town and at the first fusillade from the hllltMde thoy came charging up the creek. Then It was that the rurales proved their worth, As the rebels appeared In the open they ran to the outlying houses and, fighting from the flat roofs, checked the advance until the miners could come to tholr aid. But In the confusion another party of rebels had rushed down the gulch from the west, and while the fight was going on In the lower town they found lodgment In a big adobe bouse. And now (or the first time there was fighting In earnest the fighting that Is seen at Its worst In Mexico. While women screamed, M the casa grande and the "Americans wfce;oUaiid'trli the. bULUeboo.m ever-watchfhouse-to-house ground and the first shot at the rebels. First Alvarez on his whlto horse would be ahead, and thqn, as they en countered rocks, the Yaquls would surgo to tho front. It was a race and at tho same tlmo It was a rout, for, at tbo first glimpse of'that oncoming body of warriors, the cowardly follow-r- s of Bernardo Bravo took to their heels and fled. Hut over the rocks no Chlhuahuan, no matter bow scared, can hope to a Yaqul, and the pop, pop of rifles told the fate of the first luckless stragglers. For the Yaquls, after a hundred nnd sixty years of guerrilla warfare, never waste a shot; and as savage yells and the crash of a sudden volley drifted down from the rocky heights the men who had been besieged In Fortuna knew that death was abroad In the hills. Fainter and fainter came the shots as tho pursuit led on to the north and, as Hooker strained his eyes to follow a huge form that Intuition told him was Amlgo, he was wakened suddenly from his preoccupation by the touch of some unseen hand. He was In the open with people all about him Spanish refugees, Americans, triumphant miners and their wives but that touch made him forget the battle above him and Instantly think of Gracla. He turned and hurried back to" the corral where Copper Bottom was kept, and there he found her waiting, with her roan all saddled, and she challenged him with her eyes. Tho sun gleamed from a pistol that she held In her hand, and again from her golden hair, but he saw only her eyes, so brave and daring, and the challenge to mount and ride. Only for a moment did ho stand before her gaze, and then he caught up his saddle and spoko soothingly to his horso. They rode out of tho corral together, closing the gates behind them and panning down a gulch to the rear. All tho town lay silent below them as thoy turned toward tho western pass. The time had come. Well he knew the dangers that lay between them and the American lino. Dangers not for him but for her. In the bills and passes and on the plain were thousands of men with whom she would not be sate for an Instant, and against whom ho must guard her that she might be delivered safely to Phil. And he loved her then as bo bad not belloved It possible to love a woman. He loves! this woman that he was attempting to save for another man, a "pardner" who bad at the best been reckless of every trust, who had been unfaithful to every promise. And across tho border this man was waiting for the woman Hud Hooker loved. That he take her to him was a moro severe test of his manhood than any to which he had before been subjected. That he bo untrue to the trust she reposed In blm never entered bis mind for a moment. With a strong man's love for her ho thought only of bow he was to conduct her eafttly out of the dangers which surrounded her. (To be continued) "No, my husband and I never quarrel at all." "Dear me! How little you must car for each otherr-Chlca- go cactus-covere- uixed Autumn model blouses show a number of darker colors than heretofore, and dark striped tdlks nro In favor. Tho Roman colorings aro used, but with discretion nnd selection, two, or at most three, different colors being permitted, though more shades of tho sumo color may bo utilized. Ono of tho best new striped silks Is In two shades of rose and two shades of palo brown, tho lighter being a real tint, and the second a deeper coffee color. Theso striped silk blouses aro very simply made a pointed vest and turnover collar of washing net, and tiny turnback cuffs of the samo Instead of a frill. The colored chiffons for blouses aro all on the darker sldo, and tho patterns on tbem, although not a definite or bold stripe, have wavy lines, or a running, blurred pattern In colors, looking like sprays of flowers or leaves. All tho paler shades of yellow and brown, as ground color, aro very much in favor, and tho now Bhade of khaki a brownish yellow with a distinct shade of green In It, Is Immensely popular. Tho daintiest of blouses In tho simplest of patterns are thoao shirt like garments of chiffon and crepe, which aro mado very looso and full, with turnedback roll collar and widow weeds cuffs. These have no trimming upon them, save only the buttons, and these aro the ball buttons covered, and somo-time- s made with tho material Itself. They aro fastened with largo loops, also made of the material, and the wholo blouse spells simplicity Itself. For tho evening gowns, tea gowns and negligees of tho Immediate future laco will play an Important part, for thero is scarcely a woman who does not have her lace drawer, In which she has collected old family treasures, or filled with odd pieces which took her fancy at various times. cafe-au-la- -- ROSE AT PRESENT IN FAVOR Fashionable New York Women Wear That Flower Until the Chryian-- , themum Appears. Fifth avenue and Riverside drive are one In favor of tho rose on tho shouldor as a femlnlno conceit. It's the now fall stylo. Tbo rose may be a bud for buds and a flower for girls who have mado their debuts. Tho fashion provides that the flower shall be pinned a trifle forward of tho top ot tho right shoulder. Tbo color schome Is left In Individual taste, although the pale pink tint has been adopted along tho avenue. Later on, when the chrysanthemums aro In bloom, It will be entirely proper to fasten a massive bloom In tho proper anatomical zone. Shoulder buds can be bought at all florists'. Artificial buds will do. New York teeny-weeny full-blow- g e. World. Crochtttd Flowers. Crocheted silk corsage flowers are not new, but they are enjoying a reused U newed popularity. They Urge bunches oa lac collars. November 19, 1014. TUB CITIZEN How Children Should Eat When III Pago Severn. TERM. IN THE HOME TOR THIS WEEK In conversation bo slnccro; VERSE Keep conscience as llio noontldo clear; God thy way Think bow And all thy secret thoughts surveys. All-scol- Thomas Ken. TWELVE THINGS TO REMEMBER i. Tho vnluo of time. 2. Tho success of perseverance. .1. Tho plcnsuro of working, i. Tile dignity or simplicity. 5. Tho worth of character. 0. Tho power of kindness. 7. Tho inlhicnco of example. H. Tho .obligation of duty. V. Tho wisdom of economy. 10. Tho virtue of patience il. Tho improvement of talent. 12. Tho joy of originating. Marshall Field rrfct cixilti' and ccompllalinifnts are the Indlupmiabl of a crrat ml ml. Industry I lh aoul of bualnraa ami tha keyatonn of prnaperltr. DELICIOUS PUDDINGS. Illness In children Is cither al or acuta illscaso or a weakened slnto following disease. General III health may ho duo to ilellcntQ constitution or neglect or Inck of food or of oilier needs of tho body. Intelligent, caro and suitable food often correct general ill health. to Acute disease Is usually duo il germs. and Cleanliness of food, person surroundings, with habitual proper nutrition averts infection, also give) physical resistance lo it. During disease food must be adjusted to the changed physical condition. Convalescence Is Nature's requirement, that strength that has been drained or strained by disease, be before it is again taxed normally. Tho need is for food by nourishing that can bo digested oven when n child is in a weakened state. Diseases of all types usually disorders digestion and necessitates changes in food. In disease Nature always does much to sustain strength Such natural and restore health. curative power Is, however, lost If over-taxby wrong or excessive feeding. poisons into Disenso introduces the system and retains In II those due.lo unremoved waste product. Water is therefore, needed in in creased Quantity. Food is, Iherefore, needed In de creased qunntity and in liquid form, at least until n physician can bo consulted and feeding be accurately adjusted to the exact physical need. Strength must not, however, bo permitted to wane through lack of should bo nutrition. Food-habi- ts disturbed ns littlo as possible in ill ness. gener(pease-producied lr hazardous speculations; a busicanned ness proposition to all who tiso it. John (5. Whiltior. ones and tave the Juice for a sauce. Mix together two "Blot Out All Hatred." eggs, a I'niycr prepared by Jillln l Wales. cupful of milk, two O O'mI iiiiiI Kittlur of alt ih iiMI'Ii.b ul 1 cup tuts of flour 1 In families Hint ln ln; sifted with two tea into. uhii tiuMearth nnd'tlirnuRh tlir I in I libra the spoonfuls of baking powder, beat thor- if p.irfiiln ami elilMien. uf alMri nnl oughly and add two tablespoonfuls of inoili.i. hint crimii- -l In mir hernia the lieaeech melted butter, itlr In a cupful or two ivi- of uur tielKhtxir, Klve u. wlilth tl.o ivurl.l cannot lhv. tint of the drained berrlrs rolled In flour, Ktvo. Ily our Ifrtu nur mn Innil. O fr mold for I.011I. fur our OH li Mil, fur uur iiwii InMKUt-fand ateam In a nur own law a, fur nur nn fiilth. fin throe hours. Serve hot with a sauco mlrra flavored.-witnutmeg and using tho mir Khiliiua. ami limlirn. fur the lirarthfl jikI fur tlir hill and atrvinna juice thickened with flour and mado ur niunlry, li t ii knnw nml unilcratnml iIih liir of thn ntninurr tor th land ul by tho addition of butter. rich Hnl fatl.ilt; Irt ua I.mti.m Ui.u Coeoanut Custard Pie. Line a deep trvrrr It even or wmiM tuive him tin with rich pastry, pricking the bot- linntir ur. lit III)' HiIkiHV lur. O Prtllicr, iilut out tom to keep It from putting as It rises. II l.alrttl fnun uur tiritiia, nil invlnrrrlt) PHI with a custard of two cupfuls rich tut lulf aeekliiK. nil llil nml thliiiclorr, milk, two eggs, a half cupful sugar, II 1elrr for hukIH mive welfare el grated rind of an orange and a cupful llu- - nuitinn family lllw tn ii' thn uttrt .iiinlllly nf rjilrll which ulmin run illioi ri grated coeoanut. iiiiu- bvM to Ihnt iinliiial nclfnrr Quten'a Bread Pudding. Soak two V. iia- uf iik Inn rl in Imiulj O linl ih,In tlinn nml In a quart of nit Innot cupfuls bread crumbs - Imvn Hlthiiut iiutnU-rouuhi yolks of milk, add the thn hcli'lt-ur imn w h!i four eggs, half a tcospoonful salt, half 'i hliti-- ptnllnini our ln cuiife" a cupful sugar, two tablespoonfuls Ixr.itIi ihwiime our trunmreiibutter and flavoring to taste. Hake luna fnitn ua, .Su(Tl thru) llu lunger iHtttren U' one hoar In the dish In which It Is to 'omriiiimI holy will nml tile knowlnlge ot . be served. Spread with Jelly and cover TlidUKh It h I hut niun urntit I. with a meringue made of the whites I UimI icrnut rh thee, that thi h f not Inrki-tui- l thv mrth. Ill mi of the eggs and two tablespoonfuls of U ur ptulnnl sugar for each egg. Ilake until brown. i 'n 'rrnirii 'nftrM nmt tutred cltlca. the hv thn UKuny of Chocolate Pudding. Soak two woumlul, by the uf tlia ldow. by of gelatin In a quarter of the boiM-- head oflean a mil and the desothe a cupful of cold water. Mix together lation uf little children, may He atone. O Out uf a cupful of sugar, four ounces of grated God. uur hluod. uur Itunuulshbe,brliiu ptuce. if quench the With mint eggs, area uf ha tied furutcr chocolate and threo Let a lew love two cupfuls of milk brought to tho U. boni. a low never yet kmjnn on lh add scalding point. Cook tn a doublo earth thn Krent lovo uf a ;.n.!e fur a of Hlmng boiler until the mixture begins to tion, the chivalry nation for i rutin naot the tro;iK lo the thicken, then stir In the gelatin, a Hcnk. the trust of tho vnnk In tho slronif. pinch of talt and a teaspoonful of va- OIe xjee In our lima, O God. Oive our nilla. Turn Into a cold dish and serve eaca In up time, O God. May uur prayhefuru theu continually until with moumls of whl. ped cream dot- ers no they become one voice, the voice, uf oil top. ting the nations. O Father uf mankind, have merunko Amen. A simple applo pudding which Is cy upon us for thy nitre) wholesome and well liked In one prepared as follows: Lino a pie plate with Canned Salad for Winter Use. Heed tart apples, then cover with a Clean and cut In dice carrots and bis- made like baking-powde- r Jplitcr beets. small )i with less flour. Ilake, turn over whole. Cut celery In pearl onions strips. Cook ahd spread with butter; sprlnklo with carroU, onions and celery In salted eugar and grated nutmeg. water until tender, cook the beets separately until tender. Placo In layers In Jars, fill with the water cooked In, seal well. This makes an attraciil'iiIii tive garnish for Ash, chops and steaks Wnr t tin1 ditttti'liiii I Hut whin In tho winter, also an excellent comllii' rmw ltvlnnil uri the ili'fivitiil tn cut tin- - tiiiirnliiL' bination salad mixed with a littlo lifter lN't!oiit French dressing. It Is ready at a minute's notlco, tbereforo nice for I mat emergencies. Th new Sliniiiriwl l n frrnk If It Urn- - like the "Hut llrltlnli ynrlit that tut vt- - mine mt-- r then- - would not Beef Roll. f tiikliiu tin- - trip wi any Pass pounds lean beef through meat chopper, add ono tablcspoonful Tht'llrltlKli iiiulHiHtiiiliir to Ituisln finely chopped parsloy, ono teaspoonKlmiild explain time KIiik CeorKi felt ful salt, ono teaspoonful onion Juice, flittered when n inllltiint milTriiKlxt teaspoonful mace, cell htm "Yon ItiiMwlmi nuir " teaspoonful pepper, one egg well beaten and cup soft There lire only two insiple In the bread crumbs soaked in cold water iln lint hmdi at u love and wrung dry. Mix thoroughly wide world who and who writes It mid shane Into a roll. Plarn nn n I Anna letter the pen-uI iiililrexxeil. the perxou to whom It of salt pork In a baking pan, bake aDout tnirty minutes In not oven, bast-In- r One small and iiluioxt Invisible comet often. can cause more eilteinent In n Kroiip t tin u n lioniu run of Kednto nxtriumiiivre Worth Knowing. with the tmxttt full la a crowded tmll When brolllnc steak. brush with psrk olive olL It will keep In the Juice. Always aour your The friend of th crown prince nf maslng them. Youpie una Instead ot won't have soft tJerinnny who tins written a book con. with his father pies, says the Janeavlllo Qazette. traxtliiK the latter Soup quickly, goes sour In tba warm probably Intends til travel extensively days, but It will keep sweet It a pinch, for a few yearn. of carbonate of' soda Is added to every quart. I' 8o Do not think bocauso huckleberries are out of season that you cannot have a good pudding. LITE INSURANCE A RESOURCE Life insurance is a step toward the abolition of puverity; a chock the welt-beate- 1 - well-beate- r V- oppr.-ic-i-- i r li- u(Ti-r- ilt-il- table-spoonfu- ls ! In tho Winter everything will bo ready for beginners In nil studios-n- ew A Fuuls classes will slarl in all departments. Tliore's ono thing I don't under Bricklaying and Mason1 Work will stand; ho taught Ibis winter. This rc- II really seems (o mo so nueer my mntnum last nlghl should quires n special fee of $21.00 and That gels men ready lo cam big money. say, , Kvery man who has token tills "Uo suro and always mind, my Course is well off today. dear;" Beginning Classes in Academy And when I gpl thai dreadful fall This very morning, from n chair, Studies Mathematics, Latin, etc Should pick me up and cuddle me, will give it chance for those who And pal my checks, and smooth have been out teaching to qatch up by (aking these express trains for my hair. knowledge. Teacher Training Classes in NorAnd press her face down close lo mal Department, will give iiucual- mine, That I might hear her whisper, t'd chanrc for nil aspiring teachers. The new Knapp Hall is the best kln- dTho while sho kissed my tear building of its kind in the South. The Library is Hie largest in Ken away, "There, there! my darling; never lucky. Farmers' Boya will have money-makin- g mlmll" courses In Agriculture Selected. j better I ban a corn-shoTwelvn i weeks will mean a big increase in WHO LIKES THE RAIN Hie produols of your labor next Summer. "I," said the duck. "I cnll it fun, Farmers' Qirls will bavo good For I had my little red rubber times in their lessons in on. cooking, caro of tire sick, and They make a cunning thrcc:toed all the arts of the good housekeeper. track Woodwork and Carpentry give a lit the sofl, cool mud, minckl great chance lo mountain boys. Wo quack!" have tho trees; why should wo not. learn how to make litem up into "I," cried life dandelion, "I! all My roots are thirsty, my buds are furniture instead of shipping our lumber to dillorunt places, and dry," And she lifted n towsled yellow head then buying il back when oilier people have made il into chairs mid Out of the green grass bed. "I hope 't will pour! I hope T will tables? Herea Carpenter boys niako money for themselves, and help tho pour!" Purred (he tree-loa- d at his gray mountains. The Expense is Small. You can hark door, get this winter at Uerea if you are a broad leaf for n roof, "For with in earnest. I am perfeclly weather-proof- ." Every year Room is Limited. Sang the brook, "I laugh at every many young people are turned away from Herea because the rooms gel drop,' full. Send in your application in And wish they never need to good season. It has lo bo "first come slop llrst served." The sooner you send Till n big, big river I grew to be, And could find my way to the in your dollar deposit the better room you will gel. sea." Berea is a happy place for all young people who are in earnest. "I," shouted Ted, "for I ean run, With my high lop boots and rain- Ilesides the studies and the work there are: coat on, Free Singing classes. Through every puddle and runlel Free Moving Picture and Slereop-tico- n ami pool Exhibits. I in on the road to school." Frco Play in Men's Gymnasium. Mrs. Clara Doty Hates. Hrec play in Women's Gymnasium. The Donkey and the Mocking-Bir- d A Dozen Literary Societies. A mock-bir- d in a village SoLectures, Entertainments, Had somehow gained the skill cials .Mid all tho other good "goings-on- " To imitate the voices that keep young folks happy Ot' animals at will. and wide awake. And, singing in his prison Once at the clo? of day, He gave with great precision FLASH LIGHT FOR AMATEURS The donkey's heavy bray. Electrical Testing Instrument for Exmastthe niock-bird- 's perimenters Will Serve for Varier ety of Purposes. Sent to I lie neighbors round, And bade them come together The amateur having an ordinary flash light can make an Instrument To bear thai curious sound. that will serve for a variety of purThey came, and all were talking poses. It Is only necessary to solder a piece of lamp cord to the spring ot the In praise of what they beard; battery which comes tn contact with And one delighted lady Would fain have bought the bird. the lamp,. and pass the end through a hole drilled In the top of the case. A donkey listened sadly, The end can be fitted with a cord tip. To test batteries, ' take tho flash And said: "Confess I must, ltghi In the right hand and press tho That these are stupid people, And terribly unjust. w. dress-making, 1 1 Well-pleased, Children's Column ABOUT THE WINTER FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door cial. SIXDOORS " Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- g Training that adds to your power, combined witk general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commar- - f FOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cookinc. Nursing, Stenography and typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not inr advanced, combined with sobm vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wt can put yo: ith others like yourself and five chance for naosl rapid progress ,(l 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Coarse For thoso who are not expecting lo leach and vho are sot goiac ikm College, but desire more geaoral education. This is Just the thlag , for thoso preparing for med eal studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives the best general educatloafo; those who wish a good start in study and expect to carry It on sty themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School training for those who expect to UmcIl that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school, through the winter and sprkig, thus earning money to keepright on in their course ef atasty Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School" This gives the very best Courses are so arranged 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to Colleger-be- st training in .MaUtemattea, Sciences, Languages, Hirtory and all preparatory subjects. Tha Academy is now Berea's largest department. 6th Door Berea College Questions Answered This is the, crown of the "whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students com from the best families and are earliest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea live la College buildings, aad many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valaabie training and getting pay according to the vkfce of their labor. Exempt e cinter it i expected that all will hav4 a ehane4 tb tarn a part taetV xpeiue. Writ to tha Secretary before earning to neure employmsnt PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, efe, vary wi Ji different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Oar climate Is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, wane wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work anifensts, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The Coll ge aska for the fine buildings in which stulents live, charging only eao ugh i rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and wasaiBg of bedding aai towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, 1135 a week, ia the fait, and f 1.50 in winter for furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, aad Is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care ef scheei buildings, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition er eer vices of teachers all our instruction Li a free gift). The Incidental Pea for most students is $5.00 a terra; in Academy and Normal HM aad $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rest ay the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM DEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING, STUDENTS. Berea College with Its affiliated schools, is not a money-makin- g institution. It requires certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit Til i woll-bcate- "I'm bigger than tho mook-birAnd better bray than he, Yet not a soul has uttered A word in praise of inc." William Cullen Bryant. d. Incidental Fee Room VOCATIONAL AJID FOUNDATION SCHOOLS $ 6.00 5.60 AOADCMY AND NOSMAL $ COO OOLUSI $ 1.M 7.6C 7.00 Board 7 weeks Amount due Sept 16, 1914... Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 4, 1114 Total for term Incidental Fee Koom 0.45 $20.05 Mi $29.50 $ 6.00 6.00 9.00 $20.90 9.00 $29.00 9.46 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 M $2L4t .4 'fMJt 7.0 Charley's Opinion Tho girls may have their dollies, Made of china or of wax; I prefer a little hammer, And a paper full of lacks. WINTER TERM $ 6.00 Board 6 weeks J 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 7Jg 9.N $2S.2C There's such comfort I in a chisel ws I And such music in a tile! Amount due Jan. 0, 1915 Board 6 weeks due Feb. 17, Total for term 1911 9.N wish tiiiil littlo pocket-saWould get to be the style. $3t2l My kite may lly up in the tree; My bled be stuck in mud; And all my hopes of digging wells He ! nipped oil in the bud. Flash-Llgh- t t to one-quart- one-quart- er one-thir- d n Tester. button, lighting tho lamp, then place the bottom of tho flash light on one binding post and the cord on the othI've work enough to do. er, says the Popular Mechanics. If -S- elected. the light burns brilliantly, the battery ts dead, but if It burns dimly or goes Sir David Pruce during a recent out the battery Is good. It may happen that the experimentbrief visit to England before resumtelegraph lino Is out of order and ing his work In Africa declared that er's the trouble canuot bo found. The the Bleeping alcknena tn Nyasaland Is sounder may be tested out by dlscon-- I not the same as that ot Uganda or ot nectlng the wires from tho lnstru-- , the west coast, although It belongs to tnent and placing tho. bottom of tk the same category. It Is more rapid shield you from the wind, and Inside and equally fatal, no cases of recovery ' of which you may put your lantern, so having been recorded. 'Tho Drltish much tho better. Provldo yourself colonial secretary has appointed a i with some large hooks, and, say, ten committee to Investigate tho whole feet of strong lino. Halt tho hooks fresh, meat, subject of the spread of trypanosome with get them, and or minnows, It you enn drop your line and Infection among men and stock by hooks into the hole, keeping the hooks tsetse flies In Africa. It la proposed near tho surface. Usually-- you get a to try an experiment ot game destruc- "bite" as soon as your bait touches r tho water. Then comes a tussle, and tion In a localized area and to whether It Is advisable to at- a hard pull, and your fish is landed. tempt the general extermination of You should wear, "a pair of heavy, leather-coveremltteos while flihUg wild animals with a view or checking this way, or you will be likely to these appalling 'diseases. freeza your Angers. Hut witli a littlo box of nails, A gimlet mid a screw, I'm happier than any king; ! con-alded This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for book or laundry. Special Expenses Business. Fall Winttr Tela! Sfrig Stonography and Typewriting.... $14.00 $12.00 $10.00 $HM Bookkeeping (brief course) 14.00 10.00 SIM , 12.00 Bookkeeping (regular course).... 7.00 6.00 6.00 liM Business course studies for students in other departments: Stenography 10.60 9.00 7.61 I7.H Typewriting, with one hour's use 7.00 of instrument 1.90 lgJC .ei Com. Law, Com. Geog., Cora. ArlttD, or Penmanship, each... 2.10 1.89 a.4C 1.50 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $14.00 per term. d young man or young woman ean get as edacatioa at Any Berea if there is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time ia the public schools going over and over the same things, when they (eight a improving much faster by coming' to Berea and starting In on new stiseiss vith some of the best young men and women from other conn Use aad able-bodie- states. Applicants must bring or send, a testimonial showing that they above 15 years old, in good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Fall Term opened September 10, 1014. Hurry up I For information at frietvaly advice write U the ssrstaty, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN; Berea, Ky. e i East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else If l Mt for ptbllcatioa, emffotimt rMIhtl ialM tlfii bit ti trUnc of rood COUNTY eople li full ty thl writer. UHk. 1U Writ pUudy. uu JACKSON I wffo nUomlcil 8umlny-.Mr. church nl Corfnll Hill Hammonds, who of this ' working al Glnclnnnli is spend-viclni- ty Sand Gap, Nov. 1 OWSLEY COUNTY arc about thru reaping lng a few days wilh homo folks. Blake (heir harvest reward, and some crops Mr. David Gahhard was in our vi getting wood, gathering rorn, mak- - week by tho Rev. H. L. Ponder end Blake, Nov. 13 Farmers are tak aro nol, rewarding us much, Davo cinity assessing last week. Mr. Gab- - ing lumber, building barns nnd ing with three additions Miss Nell ing advantage of (ho prelty weath Durham, who has been sick, Is nblo bard is a hustling assessor, houses There Is moro building go- - ie Bullock Is on tho slrk list this er to gainer their corn, more Is to bo out again. Mrs. Lawrence Anville log on In Orayhawk this fall than week Grandmn Carrier Is very more corn in these parts than has Powell, and children, have Just re 1(5. Annville, Nov. Claybouru there has been for many years; we poorly nt this writing. She Is 02 Laura turned from a two weeks visit wilh llimley is very low with typhoid hopo to havo n nice town In the years of age Thcro will bo churcl been for several years-Mi- ss relatives in Madison County. Mrs. fever. Mr. David Gabbard has been near future Mr. John B. Begloy.lnt Union every first Saturday and Parrot made a business trip to Is PetThomas Durham is reported to bo very ill hut is somo better. Mr. Iho horso trader, has moved to j Sunday Born to Mr. and Mrs. John land City last Tucsdav-I.til- a ers, who has been at her Undo very ill-"stork" visited tho John Brewster has moved lo his Goochland, Mr. herman Carlton Parks, n boy on Iho 3rd. of October, Aneo Peter's, for tho past four home of Mr. and Mrs,. James John- farm that he bought from Miss Susie bad to give up his work on account Born to Mr. and Mrs. Mclcalf, a weeks returned homo Inst Wednes son, and left n baby boy, christened Watson The Rev. James Brewster of a very lamo foot and go to the boy on the 1st of November. lay. Mr. Jake Peters is having Tommy Amos. Hallowe'en night of Barton will bold services at tho hospital. Mr. Morris Snudlin lakes new houses built and is expecting fully Annvillo Baptist church the llsst Ills place George Robinson bought GARRARD COUNTY was not forgotten hero but to move into them soon Born to celebrated in ghost and goblin Saturday night in December Mr. 10 Wallacaton acres of land from Morris Mrs. Cora Bowles, a lino baby. mysterious being-cla- d and Mrs. Loyd Bigler havo moved Sandlln for $100 and two acres from Many style. Wnllacelon. Nov. 10 Mr. Dennic Mother nnd llttlo one are doing well garments mas- into their new building, in ghost-lik- e - Auglin and family of Mt. Vernon, Dan Sandlin for ?20 Mr. Sam MesMr. Wm. Hnsklns Is very poorly queraded the neighborhood until n ser was In Grayhawk one day this havo moved into Mr. Ashcr's house al this writing Mr. Boone Monro Nathanton lato hour, when suddenly all disand Is near Wnllacelon Mr. Asher Nathnnton, Nov. 11. Mrs. Curry, week looking for a location but fail having n new house built mid a traappeared. Upon examination family have moved lo Livingston lo who spent tho summer wilh her ed to buy. lot of work dono on his old ones. prechoma was found to be very go into the goods business. We ar5 daughter, Mrs. Evans of this place ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Earnestville valent among the pupils of the left Monday for a visit sorry to givo up such good neigh with rcla Earneslville, Nov. 10. The gener school hero and fifteen have quit lives Rockford bors and especially tho Sunday in Lcc County. Born, to Mr. nl trend of business of this section school on account of same. Hut and Mrs. Don Evans, a boy. Born, to Rockford, Nov. It We are hav School to give up its superintend regardless of this, school is proing some rain today the tlrst for sev ent. Wo wish them much success. of the country is very dull. Every K. P. Hearst, a boy Mr. and Mrs. J. gressing fine, and Miss Watson is beginning Farmers have been busy the body Is in hopes of an outlook In Mcsser who died at eral days Farmers aro I . I ...111. II. I 1.1 1.1 -I I Mrs. Bolner to gather corn and find a great deal past week gathering corn Mr, all lines of business pretty soon- .uu: iiufiiuaiiLu. lllKlliy pie.isuu Willi w as --The many friends here, of Ben. II. "or h. n,to "l,E" cl Saturday Sun of damaged corn II. E. Bulleu is Mose Hutchens and family have M. Brandenburg and Clay Evans of brought for burial .,.ri01 Bull-e- n moved Into llielr property recently this place are out on a hunting trip day. Mr. and Mrs. John McKinncy building a hnuso for Mr. Lee inst., to Miss Julia Foley, of Fra'nk-for- t, of and will soon haw It completed. purchased from Mr. Henry Bolkins, about Ihe Yellow Hock in Lee Sexton's Creek attended church extend through the Citizen, at this place, Sunday. Tho Rev. Robert Ambrose of Big he also moved his slock of goods lounly They are hunting for rac Beautiful coons anil oppossums. They will their heartiest congratulations. a mm is Hill will preach at Scaffold Cane into his new store and is doing he out weather still continues, which about two days and nights, Miss Susie Watson went for a stroll next Saturday night and Sunday at nicely. good for the farmers in taking care l'hey have llielr cooking utensils on "North Point" where she had of Everybody invited. . their farm and garden products. II o'clock. MADISON COUNTY with them nnd will do llielr own many beautiful views through Held Some of tho Scaffold Cane people ookiug. Carico Hopo they will have n glasses. Sunday school and prayer Silver Creek went to Berea lo attend church W tolrrd once Carico, Nov. 16 Mr. Arter McDan-ie- l and the baptizing. They report 20 for all by Gdumct, meeting doing well here. Claude. Silver Creek, Nov. 10 Tho Rev nice trip Preston Gabbard has re is moving to Rockcastle County. baptized. Our next regular church Geo. Childers Idled his regular np- - cently bought Dr. J. II. Banks' farm For dully use In mlllioni of kltrheiu lm Lunsford and family who came prord thut OVduinrt i Mlirt not only In Mrs. Dona Lear got hurt very bad- day at Scaffold Cane will be call . pointment hero about a year ago from Dreyfus, at Silver Creek Sat- - near this place. Mr. Gabbard has euaUj but In Itiiftninf fwtr ax wel- t- unsled lay for a pastor for the year 1015 unlay and to that place. Wo ly by a runaway horse and have removed Sunday Tho Missos reeled him a store house on his failing In rrnlt purr to tliccxtrrmo ami new possessions and Mr. Hanks has wonderfully tvonotnlrnl In uu. Auk your aro sorry to lose them as good citi- last week. Mr. Willie Roberts has gono to Pine Grove to work Every moved to (he head of Wild Dog grocer. Ami try Calumet next bkc day. zens and neighbors. body is dono gathering corn and Creek Mr. C. W. Gabbard. our Received Highest Awards Bond hustling fruit agent, has jtisl de report good crops. Mr. Bob RobinBond, Nov. ti. We are having son has returned from Hamilton, 0, livered about $KX) worth of trees WmVi Part A MOTHER'S CAROL. somo very line weather and farmr4 tii i last Sunday. Old Uncle James Lear md shrubbery In the past (If teen Ukw, IS. !. ers aro busy gathering com. Gran- is lays Mrs. Nancy Creech und Mat- - bM, Fnact, in poor health at this writing, When Jesus in the manger lay ville Riley died Tuesday evening. Messrs. Hays and Abiner were thru lie Holer of this place have Jiih reWitli Mary brooding o'er him, He has been sick for several months. parts selling groceries last turned from Stanton wher they lilt Tho Wise Men came from far away We extend our sympathy to his these week. Mr. George Gabbard has nve been visiting their relatUes. To lay their gifts before him. bereaved wife and children. J. D. moved in the house that F. CorneO Child of Mary, meek and mild, fravelors, Resl baseball team pla- Riley; is selling out his possessions (I Royal Oak team yesterday Pour gifts upon my little child! and to move to Lee county. D. R. Allen lius once lived in and is putting up goods. Mr. John Couch has gone to the game ended with a victory fn and family, who have been in IndiEstill County to shuck corn. Mr. When Jesus in the manger lay Iravolers team by a score of II to 2. ana for tho past two years and a And Mary yearned abovo him, John Shelton is awful bad off at Hurrah! Hurrah! For the Citizen half are homo again to stay. A seri- this writing. Mrs. Angeline King A star of guidance led the way is the cleanest paper In the Slate. es" of meetings were held last week is in poor health at present. For those who camo lo love him. Green Hall at the Green Hill Baptist Church. O Child of Mary, mock and mild, Green Hall. Nov. U While wo Drip Rock Everybody seemed to enjoy tho Pour love upon my little child! aro having such lino weather the Drip Rock, Nov. 15 The people meeting very much and we hope gardeners are all putting tUdr very much good has been accom- aro all through making sorghum When Jesus in the manger lay onions out Mrs. Lucy Wilson at plished thereby. Tom Truett is and have gone to gathering corn. And Mary watched his sleeping, tended church at Flat Lick in preparing to erect a new dwelling Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Marcum, A song of angels hailed tho day Iho Jackson County the Inst of house near the Pigeon Roost school a boy. They named him Elisha. That from tho East camo leaping. eek, reported three additions lo house. H. C. Davis is working for Mr. D. E. Sparks of Kerby Knob wa? O Child of Mary, givo my child WlUaittW. Uf CalwH. h' I the church. Mr. F. G. Pelers' school I Wks John Cook of Moores Creek. Mrs. in this vicinity a few days ag. tm$ The light of daybreak undented. firm bl is very sick. Sunday School on account of business. Daniel Mc isid'd Bethlehem school Friday. All I wn ith lf mrt vUlnwt m4 J. rMh. I Sams Cil A at Pigeon Roost every Sunday at Queen who went to live with his had an enjoyable time Mr. John When Jesus in the manger lay, father-in-laDaugherty, who has been at work 9:00 a. m. Mr. W. B. Lakes. In childhood's mystic glory, hero attended the singing at While for F. F. McCulluin is out collecting Hall Saturday night. Bro. Led ford has moved back home Mr. Green Tyner Tho shepherds in far Holds away his debts, Mr. '.. J. Whicker, an the Tyner, Nov. 13. Farmers are tak- Eversole, who was sent to the Eddy-vil- le Were told his wondrous story. efllcicnt teacher is giving entire lil CiviDwnr veternn, died the past. penitentiary a little over a O Son of Mary, sweet and mild, ing advantage of the dry weather (Continued on Page 6.) Ho had been making his eek. al to crib their corn. Mrs. Fannie year ago from McKee is back For thy dear childhood, bless my child. home wilh Mrs. Bud Strong since home again. Mr. Jesse Richardson b, Simpson of Tcnn., is Arthur L. Salmon, in the Christian Herald. his return from Ohio The V. S.I CINCINNATI MARKETS visiting her sister, Mrs. Attelia Sr. had a bad accident a few days Marshalls made a raid through this Moore. Mrs. Sarah Karris and son. ago. He cut his rigid foot so badly Old section the past week but found no, Corn No. 1 com ti quoted as folGarnet, of Tinsley, paid tho form- that bo had to have nil his toes lows: ills Church at Rock Springs Sat-- 1 76140770. No. white 77c. No. i whit 4 taken on hut the big toe. J. W. R. 3 white 76C76Hc. No. er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Hlanlon, who has been sick so long. in day and Sunday wilh one nddi- - white 74l4f7Gc. No. 1 yellow 77c. No. Simpson, a Hying visit last week. 2 yellow 7C".4Ci77c. No. 3 yellow ",tO Thursday, Miss Married Arlie is about well again Mr. J. H. Rus and we hope to have a good crowd Nannie and Graeie Jackson were in linn, Mrs. Hardin Wilson. She will 76V4c. No. 4 yellow 7576c. No. 1 be baptized at somo future meeting. Creech to Mr. John niair, both of sell is on the sick list Squire present as all members should be Richmond Saturday. mixed 76c. No. 2 mixed 75V47Cc. No. Miss Nora 3 mixed 7G75Hc. No. mixed 7C Egypt. We wish them much joy. Clarkston Who has been in Ohio for interested in this. Don't fail to come Harris who lias been sick for the CLARK COUNTY 75',4c, whPo ear 760l78c, yellow eat Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hamilton havo some lime has returned lo this place on Saturday. past week is able to be out again. Log Lick 74 ft 76c, mixed ear 7375c. New corn returned to Livingston. W. N. lo make his future home. C. F. Mr. Willie Kindred is working in Boone Log Lick, Nov. 10. Mis Emma, Is quoted an follows: No. 1 white 74c, Sparks has bought a farm in Ohio, No, 2 whlto 72074c. No. 3 white C9f Goodman has moved from R. B. ReyBoone, Xov. fO Farmers in this Berea Sunday school Is progress Mae Guy, former student of Berea 71c, No. 4 white 67C9c. No. 1 yellow nolds' farm to tho property known and is going to move to it soon-- Mr. vicinity aro very busy in gathering ing nicely every Sunday evening aiul school teacher of this county 72Hc, No. 2 yellow 7172V4c. No. 3 YV. II. Moore had n pea hulling as the Bill llader place. Mr. Hercorn Mrs. Mary Blair, wife of E. wilh a large attendance, hut hopo together with her mother, spent ellow 70fr72H:c No. 4 yullow 68070c, bert King, who has served three last week. There was a large crowd C. Blair, is now visiting her father, there will he more next Sunday. Saturday and Sunday in Winchit-e- r. No. 1 mixed 72c. No. 2 mixed 70f72c. years in the army, is at home. Ho present and bo got a line lot of pea Iho Rev. James MuKnight in 4 No. 3 mixed 6Sfi"0c, 66 ft Harlan Walnut Meadow Several of Ihe young folks CSc, while ear G2ffG4c,No. mixed hulled. It is potato digging time yellow 6062c, says there is no place like home. County Mr. T. Drew of Conway is Walnut Meadow, Nov. 10 Tim spent Saturday evening in viewing mixed SSifCUr. Mrs. Maggie Dunigan was called lo and none to dig, they are almost :i now expecting to Rev. nnd Miss Rbwletto Hay No. t timothy $18.60, No. fcx never recover arc all Iho railroad bridge that is now be(otal failure in (his part. London lo see her mother, who is Mrs. Betlio King, wife of Joseph smiles over llioir liltlo boy, Wil ing constructed across Red River, a timothy IIC.C0, No. 3 timothy $14.5iW) No. 1 clover mixed $t", No. 2 clove: very low and not expected to live Middlefork King, daughter of Mr. Georgo I'oyn-le- r, liam Lonzo Litllo Hnzel Ogg, who little to tho west of this place. mixed Sin. No, 1 clover $16, No. 2 long. We bolfevo the Citizen ought Middlefork, Nov. 15 The fanners died November the 15th. She was had her throat operated on at He Dr. Alviu Neal, the elllcieut ph.vsi-ci- au clover $14. to be in every homo in tho moun- are taking advantage of the prelty buried in Fairvicw grave yard. Oats No. 2 white 51c. ntniidard Her rea Hospital by Dr. Mossman, is of community has added tain counties. By reading it yo wtialherand are busy gathering corn. loss was lamented by many friends doing nicely Dora Alice Hurl, one greatly this the 3 SUffSOHc. No. to attractiveness and COViJf r.lc, No. No.whltomixed 49ff 4914c4 2 4SV40 4914c, keep m touch wilh your old school Several from this place attended and relatives Miss Cora Miracle of of the graduating nurses, spent beauty of his nice homo by tho ad No. 3 mixed 4K14W 9c, No. 4 mixed mates and friends that havo moved court at Richmond this week Tom Roundstono is very low wilh ty- about a week with tho Mrs. Ogg and dition of u corn crib mid cellar- .- 47fH714r. to different parts of tho country. and Klies Forbush und families havo phoid fever Mary Rico who has Mrs. Anderson, before going to Wil There was a social given by Miss Whent No. 2 red $1.12!4?1.!4, No. 3 red $1.0!lf 1.12, No. 4 red Sl.OUil.OS. moved to Estill County. Tho mail been sick so long is now somo bet- liamsburg to take up her work I Doublelick Brashear and her sister, Sally, Poultry Ileus. 4i Ibi v. A. Ogg, "tho lurkey man" public 14c; under II lbs, 134c:and over, Doublelick, Nov. D.Tio hauling from Livingston to Me Ken has to ter. is A nice (lino is reported.-- A roostem, is all tho go in this vicinity. Miss lie hauled in a wagon onco a week. around engaging turkeys E. T. Fish bridge placed across Red River nt 9c; uprliiKers. over I V4 lb, 14c: 1H lu Cauley There will be church at Flat Pollio McCollum, who is leaching Gauley, Nov. 11 Mr. George is still in the sorghum husin'ess. tho mouth of Lluhygriid is being and under, ISc; young Hiring duck. 4 11)8 spring duckB. inter sorghum making is soino-- 1 H'riously considered by Powell, 3 His, nnd over, 14c;white, under 3 over school at tho Smith school houo Top tho fourth Saturday and Sun- Smith, aged GO, was killed by a 13c; ducks, Ibu, 1. day in this month, conducted by moving train at Livingston visited homo folks Saturday. Mr. Undo nun unusual, no says lue cane Clark and Estill Counties. The cit- ldc; colored, 10c; young hen turkey. Forrest Brockman made a business Ihe Row James Lunsford. Mr. Joe Bill Wadel was stricken with pa- turns out juice pretty well lo be izens of this community are very 7 His and over, 15; young torn" turkey. trip to Wildio Wednesday. There Tusiey and llobt. Baker made a bus- ralysis last week and is not expect- in tho shock so long W. T. Ander-so- n anxious for Iho plans to succeed as 10 lbs and over, ISc; cull turken, Sc. Kkks firms 34c, is church at Pino Grove the third iness (rip lo Annvillo Saturday. killed a hawk Saturday morning this is one of the important roads ordinary Prime 2tc, secondsfirsts 3214c, ed to livo. Thero was a protracted 22c, llmts Sunday in every month. measuring t feet and two luetics for (hem lo reach the further eatd. meeting held at Pleasant Run last Cattle- - Shippers $6.7508.25; butch Every Grayhawk body como and listen at tho holy A blacksmith's shop wilh new er steers, extru $7.50fl7.7G, good to Grayhawk, Now 10. The melanpeople for they sure preach tho choly days machiuery has been installed by choice $6.GOfT7.40, common to fnlt aro hero the sadost of f5.C0Oi0.2G: helfein, extra S7.10fr7.2G, Bible Mr. Uiithford Callahan and tho Mr. Chas. Woods of this community. good to choice $fi.G07, common to is in a hustle Tho fair $4.G0ft.2&; cows, extra $6.7C(K sumo is at the wu'vico If you want a Galvanized Roof that docs of the public. The locution is good to choice $5.2605.66, common to not have to be painted be sure and get splendid and no doubt tho Invest- fair $3.25fJ6, runners $3.2504.to Calves- - Kxtra $12.60, fair good the right kind of Galvanized Roofing. ment Is a good one.- - Several from $9 12.26, common nnd largo $6fj12, Hogs Selected heavy shippers $8.25, good to choice packers and See me about buying your turkeys. Save them for Our Material and Workmanship are Xmas butchurs I will weigh them market. Keatukj History ii Outliie 8.2G, stag $8.26, mixed packersto $8.10fp at Booneville first day of $50(!.75, common choice Guaranteed. . heuvy fat bows $5.5007.75, light ship-porCorrt UU with Dec, and pay highest market price. Write Ht.tory Sand Gap ! Tlio -3 1 M Don't say Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zaring's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. from lip lo Up Thoro has bcon an caglo in theso parts moro limn a week. W. A. Ogg shot nl II, hut only got n few of his feathers. Com gatherers nnd tobacco strippers wero glad of tho rain yesterda- yJewell Ogg and Bally Ogg, who aro in Boron at school, wero home Saturday night nnd Sunday Hurrah for tho Citizen Mrs. Jas. A An derson sold a calf for $50, lo I,. Duerson. IB .ft n.n,.t ,,. ,,, Li r w, New-Com- . year.-Everyb- Owsley Readers, Look! or phone me. U.-S- s Melvin Dooley Booneville, Ky. HENRY LENGFELLNER Pkoae 7 or 187 Tkakop on Jaxkaon Street, Bare. Ky. Price 25 Cent $5 Mill Maggie Reynolds Box 48 NichoUHle, Ky. JI5.36, good to choice $606.25, common to fair $305. Lambi Kxtra $9, good to choice $8.G0&8.90, common to fair t6.25fp7.76. Sheep Kxlru 7. $7.25fr7.7G, pigs, 110 Iba and lesa,