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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): November 26, 1914 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1914 cit1914112601_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): November 26, 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 I3EREA HERE A 1ER.EA PUBLISHING CO. (iHConroRATKn) wm. frost. C H. WUTCNMRCCR, JMcmi at UU tot-ef- COLL ECrE KY OFFICE a F. O. BOWMAN, AMbteM t iMmauiUtter MM4( Mui JCy, Ham at Ihrra, r. ai (nwmi Devoted to tlie Interestg.of tlie The Citizen 3Io-cLntaix- i People One Dollar a Year. Knowledge It power aad Ue way to keep up with bhxJw Knowledge la to read a nowipapor. Vol. xvr. Fivo Cents a Copy. nrcilKA, MADISON COUNTY, KKMTUCKV, NOVEMBER 20, 1914. No. 22. The Spirit of Thanksgiving Gratitude is a fundamental virtue; even t he animals ean show it, and savage men. The Bible is full of thanksgiving. The thankful people are the happy people every where; thankfulness makes happiness; it wins God's blessing and tends toward all success. The Pilgrim Fathers did a great deal for our country and for us; but nothing they ever did has been more appreciated than the founding of this family and re, ligious festival of Thanksgiving. Our fathers and our consciences both say, "Be thankful and help others to rejoice." Thanksgiving's Boys RUSSIANS HALT THE UNCLE SAM HELD ON TO THE FUNDS Vera Cruz Customs Receipts Not Given Up. nrnuiiio udnmAllO Advance of Latter Checked. OTHERS HAVE CLAIMS ON THEN) Foreign Creditors of the Badly Scrambled Mexican Government Hold n Lien on the Money Taken In by General Funston During the Period of Vera Crux's Occupation by Amrn can Army Forces. What is Winter For? Cold weather has come at last. We have had mild g and getting ready for days for husking and the winter. Now God says, through his clouds and cold, "Sit by your fireside, read and think and rest, and get ready for the activities of another season." Find out how to make the best use of winter days. wood-cuttin- J CAMPAIGN Apparant IN POLAND ot i Retreat Czar's Forces Merely Strategic. LURED KAISER'S FORCES ON Don't Forget The School House V. Cold weather often makes people careless about sending the children to school. In many schools the attendance falls off in November. But think about it! How can the children make the progress they should if the work of the school is broken of! when it is only partly finished? If the mother takes the biscuits away from the fire when they are only half done, they will never be fit to call If the father plants corn and does not cultivate, he will never have a good crop! So bundle up the children and send them to school to the very last day. PAGE jk&g OUNTRY boy with cheek of tan (So the old time poem ran), Familiar Trick of Russian Arms Washington, Nov. 24. At the wur department word that the evacuation of Vera Cruz has been completl without any disorder or disagreeable Incident of any kind has been reoelveri from General Funston. The state do partment also was Informed from Me Ico City that the situation there) in quiet and that conditions are Improving. Successfully Repeated. Pelrograd, Nor. 24. The Germans have abandoned their mala purpose of pressing the Russian along the banks f the nmra. Toward their own artillery portions alone the frontier southward from Kahscz the Germans axe now on tho defensive. London, Nor. 21. That the tide la turning; In favor of the Kusslani once more In Bast Prussia and In the vital kettles In Poland Is Indicated by dispatches received from correspondents containing unofficial la Petrograd news. The unofficial news li that the Russian defeated the Germans at Kntno, between the Warthe and the miles northVistula and twnty-Qvwest of Lowlscz and captured 12.000, e You're the one to catch our turk ; Hope you find it easy work! Hold him tight as you are able, Lest he never reach our table! At about the same time the Brltlm and French ambassadors were having an hour's conference with Acting Sec retary of State Lansing on the same subject, presenting Information direct ly contrary to that received by the department from Its own agents. Ac cording to the advices ot the Brltlvli and French governments, conditions In Mexico City and Mexico generally am deplorable, and In the meantime com municatlons with Mexico City hhvo been cut. so that no further adrlt: are obtainable from that quarter. 1 i Pen. Theso little messages should Editorials, The Thanks-givin- g. interest you because they arc inWhat is Winter for?-D- on't tended to save you money. Wo lose money on theso premium deals you Forget tho School House Hoys. Tho read about on pago six. but wo do Thanksgiving's Health Muster. United Slates it with our oyos open for your good. Nowiu Our Own State World You can't find any assortment of articles better adapted tp tho wants War News. Thanksgiving at tho of your friends for this Christmas. PAGE 2 of Wo all enjoy tho festivities White House A Thanksgiving Sermon. Sunday School Lesson. Thanksgiving pay. You arc enjoying the turkeys on pago ono, and PAGE 3.-- f Mountain Agriculture may lako pleasure in the sermon on .Koot and. Mouth Dlsoasc-Sov- en Ages of tho Thanksgiving Tur- - pngo two. Then on pago six that wonderful feast of nico things that kpyj Farm Animals. will slay by you if you aro wise in PAGE 4. Local News Items. Gel a Citizen PAOE 5. College News and Other helping yourself. Fountain Pen and ever remember Items. PAGE 6. The Land of Hrokcn this day as the best of the year. Promises. Tho Citizen PremYou need not hesitate on thoso ium List. bargains on page six, they are suro What enough good bargains. If you don't PASE 7. In tho Homo. Children Should Kul When 111.- -A beliovo it indulge yourself to tho Thanksgiving Day "Sermon' j extent of one of them; for Instance An Old Thanksgiving Favorite ,'l'he Citizen fountain pen. Send Tho Polly's Thanksgiving. -, t Citizen to your best friend and fol. PAGE East Kentucky News. low it up with a nico letter written A Conference of Country Preachwith your new pen that you got as ers. You will enjoy the a prcmiuitm. whole process. We This is Thanksgiving Day. Wasn't tho serial story, "Tho should all Itn thankful that we live. It Is only through tho goodness of ' Laud of Hrokcn Promises" a good r.... III1MU IIIIJIU III III n cur Heavenly Father that wo are . IHII".4 ri'l. ...... ...Ml I... it IU nl numbers of it, then wo shall give abundantly provided for in so tilings. Tho year has been you something different. What shall ono af r.huudnuce Many have com- jll be? Wo colled for suggestions plained of hard times. In some In- last week and wo are getting the stances perhaps justifiable, but on pulso of you all in this matter. tho whole our blessings havo been There is liino yet for you to drop profuse. When wo look about us us a card expressing your wish for ai :' nation and see tho condition of tho next one. Wo shall givo you oi. r neighbors across the sen in tho what tho majority wants. ono we cannot When Kaiser Wilhehn was a lad from expressing our gratitudo of seven. Queen Victoria held him for our prusonl situation. in her lap and with her grandTho tlnio is closo at hand when motherly arms about him spoke to imi w ill ho wanting a nice present him in German, and told him that fur your best friend. Let us sug- some day ho might bo King, and if gest that you get a fountain pen. so he must use his influence for P.eail on pago 0 how rnsy it is to pence and industry because peace get (.no and at tho oimo time feel and industry meant happy homos. that ;. on had two blessings, ono for 'smiling , farms, busy fnclories and yourself and ono for that friend. Helpful schools; whllo war meant Tho90 who read Tho Citizen know waste, want, disease and death, what joy and pleasure it brings. and William remembered enough of Tho advertisements are interest- this advice so that ho referred to it ing. Of courso you read what wo on a visit to F.nglnnd thirty years say about Tho Citizen Fountain after. CONTENTS I 1 ! Neither the British nor the French ambassador made any specific requewt that the United States take action witu regard to conditions In Mexico, but simply laid before the state depart' ment the threatening state ot affuJrr as reported to them. Disposition of Customs Funds.1 Oumbetnnen In East Prussia, a town which had been a 'difficult obstacle In the advance toward Initerburg. Thj German general staff announced that the appearance of Russian rein' forcemens In Poland Is Poatpralne and that the Russians have taken The French ambassador also mud.. Inquiry as to the customs funds Wb'lcu the American administrators have collected at Vera Cruz, and whlcn" weir set aside as collected Instead of'belm; used to defray the expenses ,of the. Vera Cruz government A grmip oi bondholders, mostly French, hu.VaJso Cruz custom., on receipts, 38 per cent ol which weir pledged by Huerta as security for u loan. Notification of this lien on tb Vera Cruz recepts was served on thr state department at the time Veru Cruz was occupied by the American: and was the cause of the custom-fundbeing set aside. These fundu amounting to 2,300.000 pesos. General Funston Is bringing away from Veru Cms with him, and the French uw bassador was so informed. The disposition of these funds If u problem which has not yet been Jv Fot elded by the state department the present It Is Intended to hold tbf money, and It Is probable that It will not be delivered to the French bondholders. It Is rather expected that It will be kept by the United 8tatea until there Is organized in Mexico some government to which tne United 8tates may extend recognition. s the dedMmt--the-b- at te glon. Tills statement Is taken to saean that the Russians are employing tactics similar to the stroke which turned the Germans back from Warstriking saw on Oct. 18 suddenly with a large body of fresh troops which had been massed and held ready for the emergency. This strategy has been characteristic of Russian operations since the beginning of thi war. Russian retreats hare seldom been profitable to their opponents. oWll.n thhra American 3 Situation In the West e. 53501 if II JKjsjgy The Important news from the fighting' In the west mentioned a series of attacks by the Germans In the north of Verdun. Paris says (F1 ilTY ma-tiri- kids who hold the bird Never of his birthplace heard, these attacks were repulsed after hard fighting. Berlin asserts that the German troops are gaining ground slowly. In Belgium and northern France artillery fighting continues and the Ger- wur-Ntriok- in But they know how good he tastes, How he makes expand their waists! Fowl that joins us folks, of all ranks, For your toothsomeness we give thanks! CHARLES N. LURIE. UNITED STATES NEWS IN International Live Stock Exposition OS OUflJWN STATE mans bombarded Ypres, the region ol Bolssons and Rhelme. The first "eye witness" story erer Issued by the French gorennment summarizes the operations from Nov. 19 to Nov. 21, and says that the German artillery attack has lessoned In violence. The Germans are reported to be short of ammunition. The allied artillery has more than heM Its own. Naval Loaa For Germany. The Germans have suffered a further naval loss a destroyer, the accidentally sunk by a Danish steamer not far from Copenhagen, and a submarine, the discovered and rammed off the north coast of Scotland by a British patrol ship. The crews were rescued. letter front lliu Union Stock Yards under dnto of the 19th states A Unit on account of tho dreaded "foot nnd mouth" disease in tho East and middle, West Ilia International Live Stock Exposition has been declared off. Tho Union Stock Yards of Chicago liavo been closed down fur ten days tho first timo in fifty years thai not n hoof lias been in the yards. Under federal inspection it was thoroughly cleansed and disinfected and all stock is being unloaded in daylight under federal inspection, in order to prevent any possibility of any infection. Kentucky is Coming Six hundred former Kciiluckians composing tho Kentucky Society ol California, aiio going to help the anama-Pacil- lc International Exposition Commission of Kentucky build a Kentucky building where Kentucky exhibits may be shown at the Exposition. Beatyville Jail Crowded Tho Leo Circuit Court has completely filled tho county Jail. Thero aro twenty-tw- o insido tho walls. Seven of theso aro in for felonies. It requires a heavy guard each uighl to prevent any attempt to escape. Turkey claims a victory orer the British near Kl Kantara. just east oi the Suez canal, and states that fighting Is going on at the canal. A British force has occupied Basra on the Persian gulf. England admits a defeat by the Germans In German Hast Africa, and that there were heavy losses. Winston Churchill announced In the house of commons that three British aviators made a flight of SCO miles, 120 miles over German territory, and dropped bombs on the German Zeppelin factory at Frledrlchshufen, damaging the factory and one Zeppelin. One aviator was captured. Great Battle a Deadlock. In Belgium and northern Franco the battle seems to havo settled down to a constant and destructive cannonading, the Germans centering their bombardment of Ypres and nearby villages, on positions northeast of Solssons and on Rhelms, In the east center of the line. Weather conditions and tlools prevent xtensive movements by Infantry, It seems apparent from the ofllcial reports that neither side has obtained of Ypres. It Is unofficially reported that tho . - THE HEALTH MASTER Chapter from the book to entitled by Samuel Hopkins Adsms, published by of Houghton Mlftlln Company. A FAMILY HEALTH SCHOOL Lesson on Colds and Food "This mooting of the Household is hcj'cby Association Protective Mr. called to ordorl" announced Clyde, in tho ollloial tones proper to tho occasion. The children put aside their various occupations nnd assumed a solemn nnd businesslike aspect which was part of tho game. "Tho lono ofllcial member will now report," concluded tho chairman. "Let tho Health Olllcor of the city report for me," said Dr. Strong, taking a. printed leaflet from his pocket. "He Is one of those rare The Navy League "Tho Navy League Is not a society ollloials who aren't afraid to tell people what they don't know, ami for tho promotion of war, but somay not want to know. Listen to ciety for tho promotion of peace, what Dr. Merrill hag to say." And and in endeavoring to Interest the Daughters of tho American Involuho read: '"Tho death-rat- o of tho oily tor tion in the problem of national dethe month of February, liko tho rato fense, our only object is tho poacc aband welfare of our beloved Republic for December nnd January, In normally high, bejug n shado over and tho causo of (Continued on Page 5.) (Continued on pite Two.) A Youth Pardoned Governor McCrcury on tho 21st pardoned Etlgar Jones, of Graves County, who has been serving a in tho School of Reform, for horse stealing. A number of promf- -l uct citizens and eloven of tho Jurors who tried him petitioned for any Important advantage, although the clemency in (ho case. Germans are slowly ruining the town sen-tenco General Agullar Assumes Control. It Is officially admitted here that Uile withdrawal of General Funston Is no In any sense a transfer of authority but only a departure by the American forces. General Funston did not turn over to any Mexican any part or parcel of his authority or the property in bis possession. He simply packeJ u and left, as Instructed from Washing ton, without any arrangements being made as to the subsequent direction or Unofficial advices ro affairs there. celved here Indicated that this sauii proceJure had been followtd by th Mexicans, who advanced Into the cltj as fast as the American forces won withdrawn, occuplng each position held by the United States troops jutn as soon as It was vacated. General Agullar and 8.000 Constitutional!! troops are In possession of the vacated city. The soldiers In General Funston' command are all bound for GalvetitiH' and will be encamped there and in Texas City upon their arrival, for uu Indefinite period. The marines who have been operating under Generul Funston are proceeding to I'btludei phla. Six transiorts ere required for tn soldiers and tho refugee! and three for the murines. The refugees lirtiuglit away Included V.'O men. 56 women, iP chllden nnd n prleatH and nuns. They are being taken to Galveston. Twt. hundred and Oft) three Amerlraiie took advantage of the rnance to Kt transportation to Galveston befun Vera Cniz fell Into the hands of tbt Mexican authorities. for another heavy aHsuult when weal) er conditions become favorable. It aald that they are fortifying the rohxt with Immense energy; that they ui assembling submarines at Zeebrugi.''. that the manufacture of Zuppelliie hurried and that there are klgne that tho German fleet Is getting ready, to leave Its bases all reports polutlni-ta German plan to attack England Many Rabbits Found Dead In Fields In Carlisle county, according (Continued on Page B.) to Oermans are rushing reinforcements to Belgium, getting ready, apparently, Thanksgiving Service, College Chapel, 10 a. at. Preacher. Dr. Creegan of Michigan. Student Procession, 9:45 a. m. r.iRC Two. fllE CITIZEN November 20, 1014. Is to say, there's (ho candy at meal time. able. Which something wrong; and something "But isn't It bad for her iceth?" THANKSGIVING AT, . wrong means, in time, n lessening asked Mrs. Clyde. A family newspaper for all that Is right, of vitality, and when you lot down "No; nor for her last year's ovor-shoTHE WHITE HOUSE true and Interesting. your bpdy's. Vitality you'ro simply or her tin dog's loft hind leg," saying to any germ that may hap chuckled tho Health Master. "SomerublUtird erery Thursday it llerta, Kjr. pen along, 'Come right in and make times I marvel (hat tho raco has BEREA PUBLISHING CO. yourself nt homo.' survived all tho superstitions surtt, (o the chief 1" Thnt par(Inrorpornteil) "Perhaps you remember when rounding food and drink." Uctilar line of the patriotic FROST, Edit4n-Cklr- f WM. G. "In my father's household," said the house caught cold, how allock hymn certainly applies nt C II. WERTENBERCER, M.n.tin, Editor ed Grandma Sharpless was at my Mr. Clyde, "the family (Ry E. O. SELLERS, Acttnf Director Bun. principle F. O. BOWMAN, Assistant Msnet r this season to the nntlonnl day School Courts, Moody Illbla Instisaying that colds aren't caught in it was never lo drink anything with htrd-t- be turkey, mid not the eagle. Subscription Rates tute, Chicago.) Dr REV. JAMFJ M. CRAY. D. D. PAVADI.K If AI1VANCK draft. Well, they're not. Yet I meals. Tho mixture of solids and From the mm klaacd snnds of the gulf Dm tJ Mol, n,U. IsttiMe One Year Ji.oo ought to have qualified that. Now, liquids was held to bo bad. Anolh $ LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 29 Qiicsto to the snow chid mountain crests of . 60 Ill Mentha 2 Three Month iS what Is a draft? Air in motion. If or superstition, I suppose." Alaska, from the hurtling deserts of At that rale, bread and milk Arizona to the bleak, storm washed or Hiprrss Money there is one thing about nir that we CHRIST CRUCIFIED. Send money bjr Order. Draft, Registered Letter or one and two thoroughly TKXT- - ' know Hint all thlnita work know, it's this; Dr, rocks of Mnlne. IIil turkey is king. that would be rank poison," said lent stamps. together fer good to them that love Hod. (Luke T.F.SSON TBXT Mark U:S-- . "Next to food, water has Millions of Americans "III pay htm - Romans I CS. The date after your name on label shows to moving air is Infinitely better for Strong. srhat date your subscription Is paid. If it Is not Even bad, stale got the finest incrustation of old tribute. On the plain dinner talilc of chanrrd within three weeks after renewal us than still air. TKXT-Bur- ely he hath borne OOt.riKN 1 notify us. This Is one of our grief and cnrrlad our aorrowa! yet we Now, air, if stirred vigorously Into mo- wives' warnings. there's tho fnrmhotie. on the silver Indeii Missing numbers will be gladly supplied If we tho texts of Scrip did eaterm him atrlcktn, smitten of Cod, tion, seems to purify Itself and be- - some doubt whether a man should board of tho city bunker. In the cnbln. are notified. Liberal terms Riven t any who obtain new turn thnt always and afflicted. Isa. (1:4. Now, cat whenever ho wants to. Appe In the mines nnd ears whirling nlong ascription for us. Any one sending us four coino breathable and good. cornea Into the can receive The Citlren free the danger of a draft is that it may tite, in the highly nervous American their tracks of steel. iH'tienth the glow earl subscriptions Ijist Sunday we saw Jesus on trial far himself for one year, mind around before Gentile power. Today's lesson Adtertlning rateajon application. mean a sudden change of the body's organization, is sometimes tricky. of electric lights nnd tho sounds of Thanks giving brings us to tho central event of his temperature. Nobody thinks that But thirst is Irnswortliy. Tho nor- music flouting from behind pnlms or MFMSBR OP 1 m o. It has Wo must wind Is unhealthful, because when mal man is perfectly safe in drink- with the gleam of the tallow dip. the i preached many a saving mission to men. of this you're out in the wind which is ing all the walcr he wants whenev- sovereign Is the mme. proudly resting ser read all four accounts humbly, event f for It mon to tho Lord's attentively, reverently, the biggest and freest kind of a er ho wants it." Only ho must not cannot bo tresjed even as other 11. meek nnd poor draft you're prepared for If go Ihirsly all day and lake in hi In the Hfo of our afflicted ones dur events not, your nerves say to you, 'Movo entire water supply at meals. I. The Procession to Calvary, v. 21. long ing theso "I can still remember the agonies faster; get warm.' It's tho same innineteen hundred Twas a physically exhaustedA Christ KENTUCKY l'RKSS ASSOCIATION. doors. If tho draft chills you, your that I suffered when, as a boy, I had night years, In many that left the Judgment hall. buffeting and withnerves will tell you so. Therefore, scarlet fever, and they would alnn hour of trou Of vigil, mocking, No Whisker Advertisement! previous evening mind your nerves. Otherwise, you'll low me almost no water," said Mr. bio It has been out food since the No Immodest News Items! left him too weak to bear tho cross. become specially receptive to the Clyde. their consolation KKLjmM .abissssssssssssssssH was that a son of Africa. coryza germ and when you've "One of medicine's direst errors," nnd In many a Then It Simon of Cyrene, was "Impressed" to MASTER happy moment their chief Joy. THE HEALTH caught that, you'll have caught said Dr. Strong. "Nobody will over Tho Komana de(1) There Is a kind of certainty benr the burden. cold." know how much that false and cruel (Continued from Page One), about this text thnt gives It a pe manded that tho victim bear his own "I wish," remarked Mr. Clyde, system has added lo our death-rat- e ten per cent above the normal for culiar value. "We know that all cross. Ho accepted tho human help, this time of year. While the caus- "lliat my nerves would tell why I in tho past. Today a practitioner things work together for good." It but refused. the aid of the drug. Matt. la not n surmise but n conviction; 27 34. ljke gives us nt this point the es of mortality range through the feel so logy every morning. They who kept water from a fever patient unless there were unusual com not a conclusion based merely upon Incident of tho weeping woman. Mark commoner diseases, with a special don't say anything definite. It IsC : 2,1 seems to Indicate that Jesus had would be properlyl the testimony of others, hut a posrise in pulmonary troubles, it is n't indigestion exactly. But I feel plications session of our own experience. Wo to bo assisted to tho placo of tho By the, evident that the increase must be slow and inert after breakfast, as if citable for malpractice. know It from the word of (Jod, and we cross. due to some special cause. In the my stomach hadn't any enthusiasm way," he continued, "we're changing; On the Croat. would rather trust that than our own our views about feeding in long ill- -J opinion of the Bureau of Health this in its job." understanding. We know It Indeed II. The Place, Calvary, w. "Breakfast is the only meal I don't lies. Typhoid patients have always despised and infectious cause is the from the very nature of the case, for Here we see him, the brightness of "cold," more properly known as have with you, so I don't know," re- been kept down lo the lowest pos- -j I given the existence of n (Jod, holy, (Jod's glory nnd tho express Image of Just, cor7a, which has been epidemic plied the Health Master, who was a sible diet, nothing but milk. Now i and good, it must his person, tho Inrnrnntlon of truth. In he as tho text says. To deny It Is to whom dwelt the fullness of the (Jod- this winter in the city. Although very early riser. "But I should say some of the big hospitals are feed- -' deny (Jod. We know It from the his-- head bodily "crucified," Sin has done the epidemic wave is now receding, you were eating the wrong things, ing typhoid cases, right through the lory of the world and of mankind Its worst. The Scriptures aro fulfilled, fever, on food carefully selected for maybe perhaps." its disastrous after-effec- ts I whose pages are Illuminated with Its ls. neces Zech. It "How could that bo?" said Mrs. Iheir heal and energy value, with' looked for in high mortality rales truth, but especially do wo know It sary for our salvation tht ho should for some months. Should a simi- Clyde. "Tom has tho simplest kind the result that not only has tt from the record of our own lives. If din exactly as he did, Hal. 3:10, 13; lar onset occur again, the city will of breakfast, and it's the same ev- patient more srength lo fight the wo are true Christian men ami worn-John 3:14; Dout. 21 23. Kven tho disease, hut ho pull through prac- -' be asked to consider seriously a ery day." en, we can look back over the past parting of hla garments wns prophe "Well, there you are." Tho tically free from the emaciation thorough school campaign, with set sied, l's, 22 IS, The presenco of two j year In all Its vicissitudes and our seal to it as fact. careful isolation of all suspicious Health Master's tone assumed that which has always been regarded as' malefactors had also been foretold, ' (2) Thero Is a universality In tho Isa. 53:9. 12 the solution was found. inevitable." cases." range of the text which gives It n III. The Psttert-bat Calvary, vv. "Where aro we?" queried Mr. "Can I have my candy?" inquired "Did you write that, young man?'' IN Ut KIM tll.M.MI THE HTATF. ir TIIK peculiar value. "We know nil things Tho people and tho prlrsta Bettina, holding lo her own point. asked Mrs. Sharpless suspiciously. Clyde. "I'm up in tho airl" WlltTK Illll'hU works together for good." What a Joined In heaping scorn upon him. "What is this remarkably regular "If it's good, sound candy and you "Why, no; I didn't write it," anmeasureless compass there is in thnt Kven those that wero crucified with swered the Health Master. "I'll go breakfast?" eat it at meal time. Now I'm go- III hi bel of broun gruvy, his nrtly declaration! In tho mind of the In- him "reproached him." Yet ho loved "Eggs, rolls, and coffee." ing to utter an awful heresy. Gen- sides cracking with delleloiinos as far to admit, however, that Dr. Thanksgiving Is n gre:tt itny nt the spired writer, tho "all things" as In- them nil. There seem to have been "Oli! Eggs every morning?" erally speaking, and in moderation, dicated by tho context, aro very espeMerrill listens politely to my humno glbts for the two thieves, John White Hoiife. The turkey Intended cially "the sufferings "Two of them. Medium boiled." what you want is good for you." ble' suggestions when I offer them." of this pres- 15:19. II Tim. 3:12. The cry of tho Is n nine ent time;" but there Is no reason mob now S "save thyself' (v. 30). "Not even the method is varied. laughed Mr for the president each year "Humph Ten per cent increase. ''Pure anarchy," tilfleent one. neighing about twenty why we mny not employ the tanguago Twns sprXen In mockery, hut they Same eggs, same preparation every Clyde. is that in real figures?" What eight huim1. It reaches tho While In the broadest and most comprehen- spoke a truth, nevertheless: It wan "Twenly-llv- o extra deaths a morning, seven days a week, four "Not at all; the law of the body, House ii few days before the great sive sense. Things known and things necessary for tho good shepherd to month," said 'Manny Clyde, a grow- weeks a month, twelve months " always demanding what is best for dinner by express, already killed unknown, defeats and victories, losses give his life for tho sheep, John 10:11, my winter breakfast its development. "No. expert on local statistics. ing That's Of course there When nmsted It Is truly a slishl t and gains, the small nnd the large, and by no means to uso his power In "Seventy-fiv- e needless deaths for only." are "notion" and "fads" and arti- make I.ticullus' mouth wnter "III nil arc working together for good to saving himself. They did not bellnvo "Very well; four or five months ficial appetites, (hat are not fit to envy. tho three months, " and more to them that love (Jod. It Is easy to on him after tho resurrection of I.aza-niIn a kitchen The turkey Is this when all Is prosperous and come," said the Health Master, "be- in Hie year. No wonder your poor be guides I mean tho true and natIn It to be believed that they which Is a model for cleanliness nnd happy, but faith clings to It when would havo accepted him had ho sides all the dfsability, loss of time stomach gets bored." ural hankerings of the body. l the clouds lower and the storms rage. saved himself?" To have saved him- "What's the matter with eggs, and earning power and strength', "Well. I want," declared llohin. comfort. On one side of the room inquired Manny. witli a sudden energy, "to lake off nn Immense range, nt least twelve It Is that which distinguishes the tclf would have been for him to tuk Dr. Strong?'' and all the pain and suffering feet In length, anil nbnve bangs n large Christian from the man of the world. hlnvelf out of the hands of God an which never get into the vital sta- "They let us have 'em, in train- these hot, scratchy flannels." (3) There Is a sense of divine ac- act of disobedience. iron hood, which rurrles off any odor tistics, worse luck! So much to the ing." "Too late now," said (ho Health The tables nre two In number nnd tivity In the text. "All things work IV, The Person on Calvary, vv. 33- "Nothing is the matter with two Master, "until spring. You've been covered with zinc. Aliove them Is a together for good." (Jod does not al- 40. In the midst of this awful Rccain, account of tho busy little coryza eggs, or twenty. bug." But when you wearing (hem all wilder. But an- hanging nd full of hook, from which low things to come to pass by chance, In tho confusion of the mingled cry "Can't tho Health Bureau do come to two hundred, there's some- other year, if I have my way, you depend rows of shining saucepans of but has an arrancment in evervtlilnr. ! of tho mob, thero ts sounded one notn ull sizes. The floor Is covens! with a tilan. n niirnnin hrlnirlnir fnrth ef. of triumph. As Jesus was thus "lifted something?" asked tho practical thing very obvious the matler won't have to put them on." fects, He Is monotony. Your stomach is a maMr. Clyde. "You'd let him tempt pneumonia linoleum In aIs pretty design, mid the nnd conserving,continually subverting up from the earth" (John 12:32), onn lighted by electricity. whole place scattering and bringcompanions, ceased to "iNot much, until its public is bet- chine, it's true, but it's a human by going through a winter with There lire three cooks, but the num- ing together, in order that he may of those, his revile him, and cried out, "Art thou light summer underwear?" ter educated," said Dr. Strong wear- machine. It demands variety." ber of "help" at the White House Is find stones to polish for a temple into the Christ?" and, to bo literal, "If so, "Then Charles ought to be a modily. "Tho present business of a "Unless you get out an injunction; sixteen, which Includes the mnlda, which he may enter and permanently savo us." Tho other seems to have, abide. health official is to try and beat the el. He wants everything from soup against me," smiled tho physician. Inundresses nnd waiters. had his vision cleared, for he rebukes) (4) Then think of the harmony ex- his fellow criminal by saying that er off from his natural prey to pie." "Bobs had a pretty tough timo of it The dishes are washed In a patent "A thoroughly normal desire for for the first week when he changed Laffalr. Ity means of a ilumlt waiter the pressed "all things work together their condemnation was a Just reward with a printed tract. It's quite a good." There Is no discord or for their deeds. Turning to Jesus ho job, when you come to consider it." a growing boy." d, to flannels. He's and meals are taken right up to the but- for In thy to have, is the For some time Miss Betlina had tho rough wool irritated him pretty ler's pantry, which adjoins the dining opposition In tho heavenly counsels, exclaims, "Remember mo "What he ought presses full of though wo may not always perceive kingdom." Tho answer was Immebeen conducting a quiet and strate- badly. In fact, be had a slight fever room inn nilcontains the club of the law!" said Mr. Clyde, china of administration anil of ev- this with our eyes of flesh. Like Han- diate and slgnlflcant, "Today shalt "Precisely. Tho people won't gic advance upon the Health Master, for two days. It is'nt worth that ery variety of beautiful design. There nah Morn's dlnlogue of the two thou bo with mo In paradise." Thin give it to him. In this household and now by a sudden onslaught sho suffering. Besides, he's a full nre historic sets which have come weavers, we may sometimes think Is a graphic Illustration of the whole, wo'ro better off, since we can make captured his knee and, pcrcliing.iiiooded youngster, and does'nt need down from the earliest days, for near- that meaning and symbolism of the cross. our own laws. Since Betty's at herself thereon, put a soft ami (hi. exlra warinnlh. You cnn'Ldres ly every president's wife has added to Tin- - Kil are troubled ami oppressed. In his undying hour the Savior of men liy LinAnd all the wicked Hr the lileaneil. loosed this sinner from his sins and tack we'vo tried out tho isolation chubby hand under his chin. all children alike in material any the collection. Of china if IlKlit, granted him the right to fellowship "You want something, Miss Tood-les- ," more than you can dress them all coln there nre nbont im pieces left, Rut when He reach that world aright. plan pretty effectually; and we'vo Anil view lhee works of (Jod the llgurlng nnd coloring being quaint Then shall we see the whole with him In the life beyond. followed, as well as might be, tho he accused with a formidable from the same pattern." and the dish borderisl by a rippling de Anil own tho work la all illvlne. Jesus hung upon tho cross three "None of your wheedling rule of avoiding contact with peo frown. I want to leave olT mine slgu Inside Then of which Is a broad bund hours, ways witli me! Out with ill" ple having coryza." Hut finally, It Ib the particularity of too," announced Charles. of color. Hearing shame and acorflng rude. Ho glanced up at a flamboyant "Candy," said the child, in no ou little rulllan, you There ore about the mime number this text that wo need most to dwell In my place condemned he stood .onsensel upon. It Is to "Them That lAve poster which Mrs. Clyde, who had way impressed by his severity. Braird my pardon with his blood. could wear sandpaper on that skin of pieces left of a set which wns Hallelujah what a aavlor, (Jod," and to them only, that all "Candy, indeed! When?" a natural gift of draftsmanship, had of yours. Don't talk lo me, or next bought nnd used by the (J rants. things work together for good. Hut HI Faith Triumphant for mnuo in a spirit or mlscnier, en"Now. Any time. Lots of it. time I see you without your over- - Itoosevelt paid the sum of men In their natural state do not Then God drew tho curtain, for even titling it "The lied Nose as A Dang Lois of sugar, too." ocat I'll order a hair shirt for you.' a set of white and gold china, which love flod, nor can they love him. numbered .'t.UOO pieces. One of the he could not look upon (II "Betty's developing such a sweet er Signal." "fvo never thought much about prettiest sets Is that purchased by There must be created within them Cor. G:21; Heb. 1:13). that scene not Wo do "As much truth as fun In that," tooth!" mourned her mother. "I tho children's clothes, except l Mrs. Ilenjnmln Harrison. The edge Is the clean heart and renewed within )ollovo tho eclipse theory, but rather he remarked, "But, at tho best, havo to lipiit her rigidly." chango between Iho seasons," con a wide bnnd of blue, and In the white them the right spirit before they run that God caused tho darkness, anothwo can't livo among peoplo and "Why?" fessed Mrs. Clyde. "I supposed that center of the plate appears an ex- love (Jod. And this Is (Jod's own er Illustration of tho closeness of man avoid all danger. In fact, avoid"You wouldn't let the child stuff was all lliero is to it." quisitely dainty picture of the Ameri- work In them, which ho does when and nature, Horn. 8:20, 31 II. V. The they believe his testimony concerning dying cry, "My God, my God, why bast ants is only tho, outer lino of de herself on sweets all tho time," proI onco Knew a man can engle resting on u shield. ".Not wholly. The lish sets uro ull decorated with his son, Jesus Christ. Have you done thou forsaken me," was uttered when fense. Tho inner lino is symbolized tested Grandma Sharpless, scandal who died from changing his neck painted pictures of all kinds of speci- this? Have you yet by faith received Jesus sensed the full and complete by a homely rule, "Keep Comforta- ized. tie." mens of the tinny tribe, a yd tho china Christ as your Savior and confessed ble." "Nor on anything else. if But "Did ho put on a red (lo with a used for game tins pretty pictures of him as your Ixrd? There was a time realization of being; separated from "What's comfort to do with keep- she craves sweets, why not let her pink shirt?" interestedly queried wild owl In the air or standing among when I'aul who wroto theso words, the Father. Death Is not annihilation, but separation, and Jesus was sepaing well?" asked Grandma Sharp- - havo them nt tho proper time?" .Manny, who had reached tho ago the reeds There Is even u plate did not himself lovo (Jod, though he rated from God the Father because of was very rellgloiiH and very active In less. "Well, in my day children alo whero attire was becoming a vital which once belonged In the Confedour sins, Isa. 63:6. Yet In that territ Hut one day he "What nro your nerves for?" erate While House ami one given to his religion. plain fond and were thankful." interest. ble moment his faith does not waver, in the glory and submitted Dr. Strong with his quizzical "Mm! I'm a littlo dubious about "Ho changed abruptly from the Washington by the Society of the Oln for he cries, "My God." Conscious of clnimtl. All of tho silver nt the White himself to him, and all this was his personal Innocence, but suffering smile. the thankfulness. And in your day big puff-H- e which ho had worn all changed. He then loved God because "Young man," said tho old lady children died more frequently and winter, and which was a regular House ts marked "The President's he for tho sins bis faith la t had come to know that (Jod Drat triumphant. of others, Housu." plaintively, "did I over ask you a more easily than in ours." r, to a skimpy how, having n monster turkey loved him and sent his son to ho the Other than This lesson suggests that all who question that you didn't flro an'They weren't pampered (o death thereby exposing n weak chest and to grace his table, the president's din propitiation for his sins. study It yield themselves to a search-la- g other back at mo beforo it was on randy, anyway!" no this text gives us Paul's And getting pneumonia quite naturally. tier will bo about the same us that of Such a manifesfairly out of my mouth? My nerv"Possibly they weron'nt pampered Yet ho was ordinarily a cautious uny other well to do American. Wash own testimony. He had had a won- tation of divine lovo should call forth derful life especially after his remarkes, if I let myself have any, would- quito enough. Tako tho Cherub, old gentlemen and shifted the weight Ington Star. confidences and our unHead his own de- our utmost able conversion. n't bo for anything except to plaguo hero," ho tossed Betty in the air of liis underclothes by Uio calescription of It In Second Corinthians questioned trust In our divine redeemmo." and whisked her to his shoulder, ndara rather stupid thing to do, by Aro you rending Tho Health from Chapter 11, Verse 21 to Chap- er, The revelation of the enormity of "Oil, those are pampered nerves. "She's a perfect littlo bundlo of the way." Master? You will get somo valuu-bl- o ter 12, Verse 12, and Bee what It mutt man's sin aa seen on Calvary ought Normal nerves are to warn you. energy, always In motion. "On (ho first of November," be Sho pointers in theso lessons that have meant to him to utter such to Oil ui with an uncompromising story of the Saof sin. Thcy'ro to tell you whether tho needs energy-producifood to gan Grandma Sharpless severely aro now running. Wo aro sorry words as these. In everything had hatred Bufferings The ought to Impel us to littlo things of Hfo aro right with keep going, coal for that engine "Yes, I know," cut in tho Health (hat you havo not been keeping up he seen the hand of Hod so vividly vior's you." Sugar Is almost pure carbon; that Master. "Your whole family went with them. Our policy is to give and the most unpromising circum- a constant conflict with sin. Those who witnessed tho event of to his own good, 4 "And if they're not?" asked Mr. is, coal in digestible form. Of into llnanels whether the thermom you something safe and good, so don't stances redound that no mathematical proposition that day saw him "stricken, mitten;" Clyde. course sho wants sweets. Her littlo eter was twenty or seventy. And bo afraid to read tho things we but God was In him reconciling U could have been more clearly demon"Why, then you're uncomfort- - body is logical." Only let her have world to himself. (Continued on ptfe tight) give you from time to lime. strated to him than this. The Citizen es A Thanksgiving Sermon frmmnoNAjV H - SJiWSOIOOL Lesson .......... H 1 -- 1 22-2- " , 12-1- s I J 29-3- I 1 s; fool-kill- thin-skinne- ... u-- ed chest-protecto- ng Novcmbor 20, 1914. 1 1 THE CITIZEN iII Page Three. MEAL MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spcnce, Farm Demonstrator and Special OIL IS A GOOD FEED Seven Ages of the Investigator Product of LlnteedOII Mills Can Be Used In Cattle Feeding With Ex- cellent Results. (By B. J&RM ft I- EARTH AND i.i ini.iHI nilROADS.! GRAVEL 1" 1 1 1 1 , , J- - I I r t w if I I. 1 i 1 v so Inrgo Hint It Is evident Hint most recovery by no means Implies n real ncllvo measures aro necessary to cure. Tho animal may carry tho I'rnillcto It. Cases have been found virus In lis blood for a year or more and is liable during all Ibis in far apart ns Iowa and and at the time of this tlmo to spread Iho contagion or to in Slides liavo experience a recurrence Itself. Tho writing; (Nov. 10) been fiiiarantlii('dMa!nrbusotl)S, mortality, considering Iho seriousNow York, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Il- ness of Iho disensc and tho losses linois, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, it occasions, is very small, being esMaryland, Iowa, llhoilo Island, Nov-Jew- y, timated by some authorities at 5 Interstate per cenl, although it frequently is and Delaware. shipments of live slock from llioso much greater than this. Tho morStales are nhsoluloly prohlhlled.atnl tal lly, however, by no means repsuch nrlirles as hides, straw, hay, resents tho real losses occasioned by etc., must bo thoroughly disinfected Iho disease. No rovenuo Is possible before they can ho moved In Inter- from Infected herds, and In tho case state commerce. Holh In virulence of dairymen an outbreak of diseaso frequently means and in extent itf area alTecled tho present outbreak Is more serious Hint their business Is completely lhan any of the five previous ones ruined. Wooded or other cnlllo that which have occurred in tho United have becomo sick with tho disoaso nalurally lose their vahio as breedSlates. It is, however, Imhavo ing animals. These previous outbreaks possible to get rid of tho diseaso by not been sufllciently 9erious to fanners with tho symptoms ignoring it. The only possible remof the disease or to render them edy Is to kill olT infected herds, disfully alivo to llio losses that It oc- infect the premises, and begin over casions when permit ted to pain n again; While the Federal Government is firm foothold. One of Us most dangerous characteristics is its extreme active In fighting tho disease thru contagiousness. Not only may It be ils power lo control Interstate comconveyed directly from ono animal merce, cooperation on tho part of lo another, but it may be transport- the Rlalo authorities is most esed in fodder, picked up from the sential. Tlie quarantining individuground and carried over tho coun- ally of infected farms is n State mattry by cats, dogs, anil chickens, or ter, and it is, of course, n most escommunicatil through the agency sential precaution. Farms on which of man. Gases have already been the diseaso has broken out should found in which it seems certain bo as rigidly quarantined as if some that tho disease was spread by tho contagious human disease had been found. Sinco the germs can bo curiosity of farmers to Inspect They returned from transported by cats, dogs, chickens, these visits to communicato tho di- rr human beings, nothing should bo sease lo their own previously allowed lo leave the farm until tho P leper disinfecting measures have healthy herds. The contagiousness of tho disease lieen taken. In particular, farmerj explains the action of the Federal nro urged lo keep away themselves, authorities In quarantining such and to assist in keeping others away, largo area. Tho practice Is to clap from all infected animals. The Inon tho spectors who do tho slaughtering a blanket of quaranlino and disinfecting aro supplied with Stale in which a case of tho has been found, and then, by Iho necessary equipment of rubber careful investigation, delermino tho gloves, coats, boots, and bats, which as exact area infected. When an ani- can bo thoroughly disinfected Others who oflen as necessary. mal suffering fronr disease Is discovered in a herd tho lack (his equipment merely help in whole herd is at oucn slaughtered. spreading the disease over the counOtherwise it would remain a dang- try when they visit or Inspect sick erous source of infection and bo a animals. AGRICULTURAL USE OF LIME menace lo tho entire community. It in customary to appoint an appraisTho use of lime ns a fertilizer elates of from tho inception of modern scier to value (bo herd. One-ha- lf tho appraised value is paid lo the entific farming. Agricultural chemowner by the Federal Government, ists have shown that there are live by the State. The or six different functions which ami one-ha- lf slaughtered animals are buried in a lime may perforin to benefit a soil, deep trench, their hides slashed to which may bo summarized brictly as tnako it useless for anyone to dig follows: 1. them up again, and tho carasscs It is an essential clement of are saturated with quicklime. In plant food. this manner previous outbreaks 2. It aids in the conversion of dehave been completely stamped out caying organic matter into humus. 3. It forms compounds with the and there is every reason to hope Ibat this will be tho case this year. liumlo acids which tend to prevent Tho chief danger is that there may their being leached out of the soli be infected herds whoso exislonco is and lost. t. Uy producing proper sanitary not reported to .the proper authorities. Fanners arc therefore urged, conditions the growth of injurious both for their own protection and as bacteria is largely prevented, while a duly lo their noighbors, to report the growth of nitrifying bacteria is Immediately all cases of suspicious encouraged. These nitrifying bacsoro mouths or lameless among teria convert tho nitrogen of the hutheir stock. mus into such a form that it is availdisease affects able ns a plain food. chiefly rattle, sheep, goats, and G. Lime aids in tho liberation of swine, bul Ihero aro a number of potash and phosphorus from inert other animals of less rommcrcinl compounds. importance which are also suscept0. It tends (o flocculate clay soils, ible. Occasional- - human beings aro rendering them granular and moro affected, but in tho majority of porous. Instances tho disease Is not sovcro A WORD ON POLITICS in tho case of man. Children, howIf government is ordained of God, ever, may liecomo dangerously ill then tho administration of governif the milk is infected. The first indications of tho dis- mental affairs becomes a holy duly. ease aro n chill followed by a high It Is not a secular affair; it is not to fever, tho leinpcraturo rising rapid- bo divorced from good morals and ly, sometimes to 100 degrees F. In religion; tho administration of afa short time vesicles about tho size fairs is not lo bo left to wioked men of tho pea appear in tho mouth at and crafty politicians; lioio righttho end of tho tongue, on tho inside eousness is lo rulo as everywhere I fully Indorso what Hitchof tho cheeks, and on tho gums. else. vesicles contain a yellowish cock says in Religious Truth, viz.: Theso watery fluid. They spread as the "I regard politics, or tho principles disease advances and causo tho an- by which nations should bo governimal lo open and shut its mouth un- ed and regulated, as only a branch easily with a characteristic smack- of ethics; or rather as a special ap tho principles of mor- ing sound. A day or two after Iho plication of..nl Vn nn Inlillna nil, I II... li.tr. first appcaranco of tho eruptions in similar indications ap- salt of tho earth," said the Master. Iho mouth pear on Iho feet, which nro swollen, If that docs not apply to business, red, and lender. Recauso of this tho and social activities, and politics, animal frequently persists In lying then it has no moaning at all. Tho down, and bedsores dovclop with Chrlslain Herald. much rapidity. In tho caso of cows Thoro was no such thing as civiltho udder and, moro frequently, tho ization until individuals ceased teats nro affected by a similar orup-tio- n. carrying arms nnd agreed to refer their differences to tho courts. Onco tho disoaso is well establishIinprovo Iho opportunity whllo it nl ed it becomes so painful for tho is hero. Tho Health Master lessons to cat that food is frequently will nppear in sovcrnl Issues yet and Strings altogether. of you refused can t afford to miss reading saliva hang from tho mouth, and them. Thoytwlll put you on your llosh is lost with astonishing rapid- guard for better conditions In tho Is soriously ity. When tho udder home, school and neighborhood. alTecled tho milk becomes contamiJealousy is always an aoknow nated and may causo sarious results to suckling calves and young pigs. Uedgedtnent of power, and as such In mild cases from 10 to 20 days 'is complimentary. Mnssa-ehuselts, fnni-illnri- zn di-te- a.o an-Im- may bring about an apparent reDISEASE covery, bul this tlmo may bo greatly outbreak of Tho diseaso 1ms already affected an nrcn extended. Moreover, an apparent avi iwsi im m Thanksgiving Turkey HH m" nTl I rl IT Oil meal can bo used in cattlo feeding with excellent results. It is a product of tho llnsced-ol- l milts, being the residue of ground flaxseed, from which tho oil has been mostly removed. This Ifl at first taken from compressors In tho mill In the shape of cakes about two by ono feet and three-fourtof an Inch or so thick. One may buy tho oil cako or get It In broken pieces, of which tho mills sell several sizes, as, for example, nut or pea size, or else ground fine. Whcro purchased In cake or broken In small pieces adulteration Is not usually possible. When sold as meal It la sometimes adulterated with cheaper feeding stuff. Tho oil cake or meal Is very pleasant to taste, Is exceedingly rich In protela and Is highly relished by all animals on the farm. This Is a very common feed and any elevator man or grain dealer should bo, able to supply It In large or email quantities. Oil meal Is not usually fed excepting as a part of tho grain ration, and It meets with much favor with those who have used It. Unquestionably two or four pounds a day fed to steers, with com and oats, would give good results, for oil meal supplies much valuable protein, and not only that but this food puts a finish and quality to skin and hair that almost nothing else will. The writer has found many successful steer raisers using It on a liberal scale, and when the cost Is not too great profit Is sure to follow Us use with good feeders. Where tho cost Is not much outside a cent a pound Its use Is to be advocated. G C. PLUMB.) At this particular time of tho year tho matter of road maintenance Is very prominent In certain parts of tho country, nnd it may not bo quite useless to add one more to the long list of protests against the manner In which this work Is too frequently carried out. Probably few specifications for the conxtructlon of earth roads hnve ever been written lu which It wns not particularly stipulated that sods nnd other organic matter should not bo al- lowed In tlie roadbed, nnd though there may be some having charge of small town road work who would deliberately place sods, roots nni) like material In the surfacing of an earth or gravel road, they are probably very few. Yet these same so called road builders do not hesitate to go out In the spring with a road machine, open up tho ditches and transfer ,thu sods, stones, roots, and the rest of tho winter's collection of rubbish to the center of tho road to bo worn down by trnllL. This Is designated locally ns "working tho roads" and by various other equally apt terms. The road machlno Is an excel lent apparatus when properly T used and nil earth nnd gravel roads should be cared for early In the spring. Good Iloads. BIG POLAND CHINAS POPULAR Chief Characteristics Are Early Maturity and Rapidity of Fattening Also Good Rustlers. For many years Poland China hogs were the leaders In the corn belt. Originating In Ohio In 1872, their good points were rapidly appreciated, nnd before many years Poland Chinas were established In every section where hogs were raised for market In a largo way. Tho early Polnnd Chinas had much to commend them. Their chief characteristics wero early maturity and rapidity of fattening. Tho combination of the various strains of blood Uig China, Poland Dyfleld, Ilcrkshlre, Irish Oraz-le- r on common stock, resulting In this breed, was such that a hog could be matured much .earlier and much cheaper than 'was formerly the case. Moreover, thrfy vero good rustlers, did not require pampering, and, ns a matter of fact, were practically fool proof. So It camo about that In a marvel-ousl- y short time tho praises of Poland Chinas were sung on every hand and the demand ds breeders was practically FOR OLD CUMBERLAND ROAD. unlimited. The King of Festivals. The king and high priest of all festivals was tho autumn thanksgiving. When the apples were 41II gathered and the elder was all made nnd the yellow pumpkins were rolled in from many a hill In billows of gold and tho corn wits husked and tho labors of the season were done and the warm Into days of Indian summer came In dreamy and nil in and still, with Just enough frost to crisp the ground of a morning, hut with warm traces of benignant, sunny hours at noon, there came overthe community a sort of genial reposo of spirit. sense of sotuo-thln- g accomplished and of a new golden mark made In advance, and tho deacon began to guy to the minister of a Sunday, "I supiKiso It's about time for the Thanksgiving proclamation." From Harriot Heechor Stowo's "Old Time Folks." 11 Our First National Thanksgiving. Tho Immediate occasion of the first thanksgiving was the surrender of General Ilurgoyne to General Gates In the fall of 1T7T. Thursday, the 18th of December, was designated, and In compliance with the order of congress tho army at Valley Forgo duly observed the day the army that had tracked its way In blood. U was ordered ty tbe Continental congress. They were of good size (sows COO pounds, boars, COO pounds and over), smooth, with moderate bone, large ham and shoulder, producing a high HANDY DEVICE percentage of the highest grade of lard and edible meat of remarkably By Means of Arrangement Illustrated good flavor and quality. They dressed One Man Can Perform Work out well and consequently were popof Man and a Boy. ular with packers. Poland China raising became a fad. The sows were A handy device for filling bags can prolific, not unusual for average Ubo raado by following tho plan given tters to contain six or eight pigs, In herewith: Individual cases run up to 10, 12 and Set up three posts as shown In pic- 14. The pigs were active from the ture. The apex should be about six through the state. Similar contracts feet from the ground. Screw Into were entered Into by tho government each part a stout hook at the height with Indiana, Illinois nnd Missouri that will let the bag rest lightly on upon their admission to the Union. the ground, when filled. If they are Subsequently the government sold the too high, the bag will tear out. By public lands thus reserved nnd pledg cd to the purpose of building of roads nnd appropriated the proceeds to the building of the Cumberland road In Maryland, I'ennsylvnnia ml Virginia. Only n small part of the money was spent In nny of the 'public land' states, Fine Specimen of Poland China Breed. arid none of It reached Missouri. "Representative Unrnlinrt's bill calls beginning, began to eat feeds quickly, for an appropriation of $3,000,000 for grew with remarkable rapidity, so that continuing the construction and proby the time they were eight or nine viding for the maintenance of tbe months old they were ready for home Cumberland road in those states. butchering or for sending to the mar- Ohio, Indiana and Illinois are each to The get $1,000,000 ket. This was, an and Missouri $2,000,000. breeds required The bill authorizes the president to apolder and much longer time for maturity. point three national highway commissioners to have full charge of construction, repairs nnd maintenance of HOGS AS MORTGAGE LIFTERS tbe road. They nre to servo three years Device for Filling Bags. nnd receive $5,000 salary each. The Money Made In Raising Swine road follows the route of the National means of this arrangement, one man More on Farm Than In Any Other Old Trails road and Is n part of tbe can do the work of one man and a Animal Enemy la Cholera. 50,000 miles of national highways proboy. It can easily be moved from posed. The Cumberland road docs not one place to another, as the posts Liny GEORGE II. GLOVEn, Colorado Ag touch Mr. Itarnhnrt's district, but he pine macan be made of 2 by ricultural college.; realizes, as Lincoln did, that 'no public terial, light enough for a man to carry There should be. and usually Is, Improvement Is so local as to be of no easily. more money made In raising hogs on general benefit' " the farm than other animals. Aside FEED FOR FATTENING SWINE from cholera, hogs are less subject to Privileges We Enjoy. disease, reproduce faster, and make Largest Dally Gains In Nebraska Ex- better gains per pound of feed conHeavenly Father, we pray thee that we The annual Increase of may feel the sliame with all Christians sumed. periment Were Made on Corn and that In spite horses, cattlo ard sheep ranges from presence In of our Lord's own power and Cut Alfalfa Hay. this world such strife is still 50 to 100 per cent. The Increase of possible; that our hearts may be touched qn experi- hogs should be from 500 to 1,500 per with sympathy for all who suffer and In Nebraska last winter with ment lu feeding alfalfa as a substitute cent. The sow has the advantage In may the desire to render our aid; that we privfor corn In feeding pigs showed that bringing forth two litters a year and ileges feel due thankfulness for the we enjoy as citizens of this rethe largest daily gains were made on farrows several at each litter. public s O Lord Jesus Christ, who saldst unto Doctor Warrington in "Chemistry corn and disciples, "Peace I leave with shorts, but a gain 'practically equiva- on the Farm" states that for each 100 thy peace I give unto you," regard not you. my our lent was made at a lower cost whero pounds of feed consumed the different sins, but the faith of thy church, and animals make gains as follows: grant to all thy children throughout the subfarm either cut or ground alfalfa was stituted for aborts in the ration. The Cattle, nine pounds; sheep, 11 pounds, whole world that peace and unity which Is agreeable who cheapest gains were made on corn and and pigs, 23 pounds. Pigs then make relgnest God, to thy will, ever. llvest nnd forever and nearly two and a half times the gain The Lord bless us and keep us; the Lord cut alfalfa. Bran does not prove equal to either over cattle for tho amount of feed make his face to shine upon us; tho Lord lift up.hls countenance upon us and give consumed. shorts or alfalfa when fed as The man who hauls hogs to market us peace now and forever. Amen. of the ration to pigs. s Instead of corn Is the one who should A ration corn and alfalfa produces greater gains make money. Because of the fact that hog raising, when properly managed, f Is fed. than when Old Men Like Novel. Whero alfalfa Is raise on the farm, has been so profitable the hog has I asked the custodian of a larg and when there Is no particular need been styled tho "mortgage lifter." The library about the fashion In books, one enemy to the business. Is hog lt to hasten growth In pigs a ration says a writer In the Philadelphia corn may cholera. No doubt, much can be done Ledger. alfalfa hay and one-haIn controlling cholera by the farmers give cheaper gains than when a heav"Most of tbe men above fifty," said In adopting measures ier corn ration Is fed. he, "who come here read novels. The Hogs which have been raised largely which will prevent the dissemination young women also ask for fiction. on alfalfa pasture will learn to eat of cholera. When It comes to men from twenty It Is up to the farmers themselves, to fifty, many more of them want hay la winter without cutting; with a machine and to depend largely upon It In the last analysis, to confine cholera scientific books dealing with present-da- y where only a limited grain ration Is on the one farm where it starts by affairs, like politics, financial fed, but a ration wholly alfalfa does strictly following the advice of sani- questions and history, or books of tary authorities and all working to- travel." not seem to glvo economical result. This experiment shows that cut or gether to this end. I know of a farmI asked him what the elderly womground alfalfa can be substituted for er who kept his hogs healthy for four en preferred. , same price la fattening; years, while the neighbors all around eborts at tho "Very few come," he replied. him were losing their hogs from cholpigs. poetry, this custodian said As era. He did It by an eternal vigilance there for seemed now to be no desire keeping infection out, and this man In 8ecret In Laying Tile. of the old pomade a regular chore of cleaning the whatever. Tbe great secret In making under-draini- hog pens every Saturday afternoon. ems does not appear to Interest eldera permanent Improvement la ly people, and the younger folks havo In securing uniform form In laying not acquired the taste for verso. Skim Milk for Pigs. the tile, and maintaining a good ouusually estimated that 100 It Is tlet As a rule, tbe safest plan Is to Forgiving nnd forgetting rawly rar look tho ground over carefully and pounds of skim milk are worth as go band In hand. corn for feedthen plan out tho ditches to the best much as a half bushel of If corn Is 60 ing purposes that Is, advantage. There are no rounds of drinks la the) cents a bushel, 100 pounds of skim ladder of success. I milk are worth 30 cents. In feeding Make the Hens 8cratch. give three pounds of skim One "Take this" Is better than ten certainly pigs pound of grain. Skim milk milk Hens In confinement must conto one bless yous." be mads to scratch. A failure to en2.9 per cent protein, 5.3 per cent "God tains force this rulo will prove disastrous carbohydrates and about 0.2 per cent Many people live well because of the wall as to tae health of your birds fat. It U practically all digestible. , curiosity of others. the eggs. 11 r. well-knowthree-fourthone-fourtone-quart-er three-fourthone-four- th one-halone-half For Its Extension In Four States as Pledged. The National Highway association In calling attention to a bill pf.Jlepro-scntntlv- o Hnrnhart of Indiana for tho extension of the old Cumberland road throws some light on tho history of that highway. "When In 1802 Ohio was admitted to the Union," It says In a recent statement, "the general government gave Its written pledge that of the net proceeds from tho sale of all public lands situated within .the state would be applied by congress to the building of n natlonnl road from tidewater on the Atlantic to nnd Bill In Congress 1.1 i u B4BK?r3!?Lj: 1 . iMssf ,., - V - IBB LOCAL PAGE NEWS Thursday Ushers In Prosperity Week Or BBRHA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES BRECK & EVANS RICHMOND, KY. give our customers tho very best atMrs. S. ft. Baker, (ad) tention. J, I). Cnrruthers, of Harrisburg, THE OCC STUDIO lnn tho Stalo Y. M. C. A. Secretary, O. CPURKKY.Prop. made a Hying visit with his daughHigh Class Photographs, ter, Miss Helen, Thursday. Ho adEnlarging, Kodac Finishing dressed a student gathering in the Framing Picture chapel Thursday evening. Mr. Over Berea Bank and Truit Co. was a pupil under President Frost at Obcrlin College. RmMmicc Phonn 141 1 18 OMro Phone 148 Dried Fruits for your Black Cake nd Drs. B.F.&M.M. Rebiasea now nt Welch's PltTMCMWS A SURCION Mrs. G. W. Parrot visited friends County, in Disputnna, Flockcastlo Oiflte Hour, 8 to II a. m. 1 to 430 p. m. Ky. from Saturday until Tuesday. Offira, BrBmnk ATroit Dulldlaa'. Dr. Clyde Hawkins, of Richmond, WATCIE1 was a Berea visitor Tuesday. Ho WATCHES BAltOAIRS Qo to MarcntVi to get your Jew- also attended tho Medical Society gathering held last Thursday. elry. Everything guaranteed. Prloas Mrs. Anthony Skinner underwent the lowest, quality considered. an operation nt tho Collego hispil&l Clarkston's HardNext door to tho first of tho week. Drs. Botkins ware, Main Street and Cornelius wero tho attending physicians. L. & N, TIME TABLE Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Fowler woro North Bound, Local the proud parents of a baby boy at 7:00 a. m. 10:55 p. m. their home on Chestnut street MonKnoxville 3:54 a. m. day. 1:07 p. m. DEUEA 7:45 a. m. 0:15 p. m. Cincinnati Tho Ilev. Johnson, a college workSouth Bound, Local er, is conducting a week's revival 0:10 a. m. 8:15 p. m. servico at the West Union church. Cincinnati 12:37 p. m. 12:25 a. m. BEREA The Eastern Star society held 5:50 a. m. 7:00 p. m. Knoxville their annual Thanksgiving bazaar Express Train at thcbank building the first of the No 33 will stop to tako on passen-i- ;r beyond. week. A nico assortment of homefor Knoxville and points made delicacies wero placed on disSouth Bound play and met ready sales. The proa. m. 8:00 Cincinnati ' ceeds will bo used for charitablo 11:45 a. in. BKIIEA purposes. No. 32 will stop at Berea tp take Tho largest and best selected lino on passengers for Cincinnati, 0., and of Dry Goods and Gent's furnishings points beyond. now at Welch's ad North Bound William Swopo, an old student. 4:55 p. m. BKUEA now a traveling salesman, motored 8:50 p. m. Cincinnati ovor iroin Lexington Monday for a visit with friends. COMING EVENTS You can't afford to pass up the November. you get at Welch's ad m. service 6, Thanksgiving Day. 9:45 a. Mr. Robert Spenco wa3 called home Procession. 10:00 a. m. Thanksgiv meeting, Friday on account of the death of his ing Sermon and Praise 2:00 p. m. Sports. 5:15 to 8:30 p. m, ather. Father Spenco has been a sufferer for a long time with a compli Dinner and Toasts. cation of diseases. One of two sons, December. 4, Lyceum Number Everett Kemp, both of whom are serving a term in tho United States Army in the PhilReader. ippine Islands, arrived homo a few !), Wellcsloy Entertainment. hours before Mr. Spencc passed 22, Christmas Concert. 23, Oratorialt Contest and Close of away. Term. Tho barn of Mr. Will Flanery. farm superintendent, was entirely ad destroyed by fire early Tuesday Get that stove at Welch's. E. H. Stevens of Waynesboro, Vir morning. Tho cause of tho flro is ginia, is visiting his daughter, Flor unknown. Tho entire loss is est! once, of the College Department, mated nt about $1,200 and only parthis week. tially covered by insurance. There was a social in East Parlor, Mr. William Swopo of Lexington, Ladies Hall, last Friday evening is visiting friends here. vesper hour. Most of tho during Miss Sara Davis of Brush Creek is members were present and a very visiting friends and relatives hero, pleasant hour spent. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon and baby of Miss Tauiheimer, who has been Richmond are visiting her parents, visiting friends hero for the past Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Guinn. week or so, returned to her home in Miss Betlie M. Hertidon, who is a Cincinnati Monday. student of tho Madison Institute, in Have you seen Welch's Dry Good Richmond, spent week's end with Htoro lately? It will pay you to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ad llerndon. visit it. The Misses Spcrry, Tyler, and Dr. Mossman gavo a very instructive talk to the student body last Parker were delightfully enter Saturday at tho regular chapel hour, tained nt the llerndon homo Monday lie discussed colds, their cause and for dinner. Mrs. Robert's Sunday School class prevention. William A. Ellison, a former Berca met at her homo Wednesday evenofficers. nludonl, now studying dentistry in ing to ct Mr. H. H. Duncan, who is a stu the Louisvillo Dental School, visited dent here, loft for his homo In Grav friends the first of tho week. el Switch Ky Wednesday to spend Mrs. Ilubcn Tylor, of Cincinnati, Thanksgiving. Ohio, arrived Wednesday for a Tew Mr. E. T. Fish made a business day's visit with her daughter, Miss trip to Frankfort tho first of tho Agnes Tyler, instructor in Homo seek. Hoienco. Tho Philathca class of tho Union Thanks-Hiving Get a new roaster for church entertained a number of ad their friends last Wednesday lurkoy at Welch's at A gospel team has been recently Boono Tavorn. organized from tho student body, for Mrs. W. H. Duncan and children tho purpose of conducting ovangcl-isll- o have returned from n ten days' visit services in Bourbon County with relatives in Estill County and during the Christmas Holidays. in Speedwell. 'L'hrco other colleges of tho slato Mrs. Oris Mooro and littlo son, will have teams working in tho James B., are visiting friends and county at tho samo lime. relatives In Speedwell. Moso Ingram of Buckhorn, KenMr. John Jackson and Mr. Oris tucky, was in town tho latter part Mooro mado a hunting trip in Estill of last week thru tho illness of his County. daughter, who is a nurse at tho Col-leMiss Saliio Hammond, who is n Hospital. Normal student hero, spent woeks" Mrs. Hudson, who has been ill end in Point Level with her parwith lonsilitis at tho Collego Hos- ents and friends. pital for the past two weeks, was Mr. Bigo Kstridgo was In Richahlo to roturu to her Jiomo on Jack-no- n mond, Monday. strcot Monday. Will Duncan. Kidd Richardson and It makes no difference what you Edgar Wyalt began this week tho ad brick work for Burdctto & Sons on want, phono 20. There wore several walking tho now Welch building. parlios Monday lo various points of William Baker and William looal interosL will attend tho Boys' Conven A. B. Cornell, the grocery man, vls-Jl- tion at Louisvillo tho last of tho friends in Corbin ovor Sunday. week. Car-rutli- ers FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, AND LIVE STOCK INSURANCE See the New Life Policy. Samuel Long moved tho first of (ho week from his residenco on Chestnut slreet to properly on Boono 10 well-stocked street. Wo arc located in our new storo tin Mnin Street and nro ready to 5 DAYS ONLY DISCOUNT A 5 day special selling event, in which shoes and furnishings of reliable and character and country-wid- e reputation fered at prices that mean the greatest season savings that have been offered fellows in years. clothes, worthy are e of- start-of-th- college 10 Our custom- DISCOUNT 5 DAYS ONLY J. S. STANIFER Miss Alza Hayes spent week's end with her sister, Mrs. Jack Bauflo. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bower nnd family spent week's end with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. W. Bower of Parksvllle. Remember tho Collego garden at nursery of Berea has a grapes and strawberries, all standard varieties used in this climate. Tho cry is "buy American mado products." Why not Bcrean? Grapes $3.00 per hundred, strawad-berries, 30c per hundred. Somo poeplo havo troublo witli their feel, Others buy Walk over shoes from Hayes & Gott. ad 22 RICHMOND, KENTUCKY J. S. STANIFER for tho month of December: Religious census, Nov. 30 Dec. 1 and 1. Week of Prayer in Homes, Dec. and 8. "Win my Chum" Rovival meet lugs, Dec. 0, (under auspices Ep- worlh League.) Decision Day in Sunday School, Dec. 20. Safety First Is our motto at all times. is Br. Sunday School Christmas Entertainment, Christmas eve, Dec. 24. Watch Night Services, Dec. 31. Tho above prograni offers a splendid opportunity for Christian workers both in tho city of Berea and tho College; it also gives tho unsaved an invitation to accept Christ, PROHIBITION WOULD INESS HELP BUS- ers' interest ours. If you do business of any" kind you cannot afford to pass us by BEREA NATIONAL BANK IRKA, KENTUCKY MEDICAL MEN MEET Tho Madison County Medical So ciety met last week in tho Club Iloom onr Scalo's Restaurant. Doctors from various parts of tho county attended and the meet proved very profitable and instruc tive. Questions and problems of in terest to the profession wero dis cussed and several articles wore presented. Dr. Mossman read a pa per on Infant Feeding and Dr. B. F. Ilobinson, a paper on Spinal Anaes thesia. Both wero interesting treat- - Instead of "hurling business," Iho nation-wid- o abolition of tho liquor Irafllo would help business, says n well known writer. The statement is made and it is not ove'rdrawn that lo "divido tho money now spent in saloons among tho twenty leading necessaries of lifo would rcquiro to manufacture them 8100,000,000 moro raw material than is now used in tho manufacture of drink, and would givo employment to 1,000,347 more men. Miami Metropolis. RIBBON SALE! GENUINE BARGAINS In order to reduce our stock we 'have made some decided reductions on Ribbons, Friday" and Saturday" of this week. PRICES Count, especially when you get 16 ozs. to every pound 80c Irish potatoes, per bu. - 6c Granulated Sugar, per lb. Gold Medal Flour, per bag 75c Cor. Main C& Center Sts. Berea,'' Kentucky The New Garments For Ladies' . . . We both lose money when you go elsewhere Phone 29 Coats, Suits, Dresses, Shirt Waists SKIRTS, $1.98 to $7.98 In the Newest Modes ises of tho respective subjects. Thoso in attendance wero : Drs. B. F. and F. M. Robinson, Davis, Mossman of Berea and Drs. C. H. Vaught, II. C, Jasper, H. G. Sandlin, J. W. Souddcr, C. D. Hawkins. G. S. Bosby and Munson Dilnn of Richmond. ORDINANCE Bo it ordained by tho city of Bo- rca, Kyn That whenever mud or snow gath ers on tho sidewalks in tho City of Berca it shall bo tho duty or tho parties occupying, or whoro tho properly is not occupied tho duty of tho owner to clean tho sidewalks hours (21.) within twenty-foSec. 2. That nil proporty whether occupied or vacant must' bo kept olean of weed3 or rubbish. Sec. 3. Every proporty holder shall keep qleah that pari of street in front of his properly. Sec. 4. That any violation of this net after notification from city authority shall bo a misdemeanor and party fined nol less than two nor moro than flvo dollars for each of" fense. , J. L. Gay, Mayor. W. G. Best, Clerk. ur WHY IT PAYS TO GOODS BUY GOOD go METHODIST ACTIVITIES Tho following is a program of scr-aj- co at tho Berca Methodist church In tho current issuo of Farm and Fireside D. S. Burch, associate editor of that publication, writes n most interesting arliclo on .junk piles, showing how a careful examination of (hem reveals tho fact that it pays to buy good goods. Ho recently examined a junk pile on a Wisconsin farm and found it a monument of poor Judgment in buying. It was mado up of four classes of articles which ho enumerates and comments on in part as follows: "1. Good merchandise that had worn out, 10 per cent. "2. Good or fairly good merchandise that had ftcen poorly taken caro of, 10 per cent. "3. Merchandise apparently used only a short limo and discarded as useless, 40 por cent. "1. Small articles of trivial thai had been bought on an impulse, apparently hecauso thoy woro cheap or 'would do for thp pur-pos40 per cent. "Junk piles seem to show thai tho buying public is less skillful in getting servico out of cheap articles than from tho better grado. Stnlcd differently, only an export judgo of values can mak'o a practlco of buying cheap goods and savo money by doing it." na-lu- ro o,' HATS and EVERYTHING For Ladies' Wear B. E. BELUE & COMPANY Richmond, Kentucky THE CASH STORES FALL EXHIBIT Of the Correct New Styles in Men's and Boys' Clothes Hats, Shoes and Fine Furnishings Ready-to-wear see CLARKSTON LPB Hardware and Groceries MAIN STREET, Near Bank is now ready and complete and we can say with pardonable pride that never before have we or any other store in Berea shown such extensive assortments or such attractive values. We earnestly invite your inspection of the new goods whether you. intend to buy or not, and should you wish to buy our assortments are surely large enough and our values good enough to certainly please you. HAYES & GOTT "The Cash Store" BEREA, KENTUCKY Mn-guff- oy od November 20, 1011. TUB CITIZEN BOYS CONVENTION Pae Plv. Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky Just to remind you of our Savings Department 4 per cent interest paid on any amount for any length of time in this department JOHN DEAN, Cashier The third annual conferenco for older boys will bo hold at Louisville from tho 27th to 20th of this month. Tho conferenco is under tho auspices of tho Slato Executive Y. M. C. A. committee nnd has Its headquarters in the now Y. M. C. A building which Is reputed to bo the best in tho South, Tho thcino of the conferenco is "Tho Quest of the Best" nnd thero will bo speakers from various parts of llio country, for tho most part sec retaries of tho larger city Y. M. C. A.'s. Tho conferenco is open to high school nnd mmderny students, Boy Scouts nnd Sunday School pupils over ilfleon years ofr ago. Bo-rwill send llio following repre sentatives: Ulysses Wyall, Opal Wil son nnd Donald Porter. This will ho a great treat for the boys and will undoubtedly bo n very profllablo expenditure of time and money. oa - sr. . . Watch this space next week TREASURER'S REPORT M. C. A. 1914. of the Berea College Y. J A Complete Line of From June, 1st, to Nov. 16th, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, LADIES' and MEN'S FURNISHINGS SPECIAL PRICES ON RECEIPTS Cash on hand Juno 1st 9 43.39 From Student nnd Faculty sub scription (for 1013-UCommencement Booth profits. Membership fees (fall 1014). ).. 10.00 158.18 01.00 $30 1.57 Total receipts EXPENDITURES Men's Suits Ladies' Suits Boys' Suits Ladies' Coats RICHARDSON & COYLE There is also running through Under the auspices of Miss Welch tho Western Hemisphere, for vhiich this Journal a series largest de and Miss Tyler, Wcllesley alumnae, the study of Farm of articles on 25.00 tho United States has tho Berea, Kentucky Main Street Animals that to help their college which has suff 050 gree of responsibility." Then orcd a severe loss from a recent every farmer should read. Hie, an entertainment will be given thero is tho Trustee Department Progress at San Diego 35.00 consisting of two plays ono pre thai every progressive school man Wayne, replaced by Hembreo in 1st The exhibits will be fairly well sented by the German department or woman wants to see. There are quarter) IlII; Curry, KB; Phillips, Total expenditures .. 170.13 installed by Dec. 1, a full month in and nno by tho Vocational many other articles thai will help QB. Cash on hand Nov. 1G, 1914... 131.41 advance of the opening date, leaving to scatter sunshine and good cheer Tlio concluding game of the scries FACULTY vs. ACADEMY. wherever this Journal may go. tho entire month of December for will bo played Thanksgiving be$301X7 the final improvement work. Dur Brother farmer, or fellow pedaMAMMOTH BRONZE TURKEYS Tho Faculty football team played tween tho Academy and Vocational. J. Harl Talc (Treasurer.) ing that month tho grounds will Thoroughbred, prices reasonable. gogue, you cannot invest a dollar Thursday on llio Academy team last Frances O. Clark bo closed to the publio in order lo Mrs. Luther Todd, Coylc, Ky, Berea belter than lo send it to tho editor, Neither tho main atlilrlic field. DR. BONSER LEAVES BEREA (Cli. Board of Directors) facilitate tho labors of the employ- Phone 3 ad 27 Prof. W. B. Ward, PalntsvlIIe, Ky Miilo made a point thrououl the enand become ono of the great host l)r. Bonser, who has been visiting es, now numbering close to 2,000 tire) four quarters, the llnal score of readers of this our own MounRECITAL ARTISTS NOTICE Sunmen. Work on llio main buildings A recent gnow made the school tho past week, left standing All claims against tho Estate of tain Journal, edited and run by is now complete, as it also i3 on effective day for New York City. Ho mado dm field very unlit for The Recital artists, a lyceum Mountain Men and Women. Mr. playing and placed both sides at n a number of addresses while here troupe, gave a musical recital at the stato and county groups and John Collins will bo presented on or Ward Is spending his lifo in tho indisadvantage. Tho men nil fought Iwuh to tho sludant "body and tho the college chapel Monday evening. on tho structures along tho Alame- oforc February tho first, or same terest of tho girls and boys of Ken ! acuity. da. Tho Isthmus, tho amusement will be barred. pluckily, however, and showed good This was tho second lyceum number street, is well advanced, with the He is not running this ad 24 Verna Collins tucky. spirit turnout. Tho Faculty team of the season. entire frontago of 5,000 feet taken THE MOUNTAIN JOURNAL DE- Journal for a money making scheme, STUDENT FIRE DRILL has taken on great form since their The program consisted of a well- or for any other purpose than to Paving that VOTED TO HOME, FARM AND organization nnd it would he interOn Wednesday morning, after a arranged selection of musical num by concessionaires. servo his people, but of course it outcome specially called united chapel thero bers, both instrumental and vocal section of the grounds will be com SCHOOL esting to sco Just what llio takes somo money to defray tho expleled this week. would bo wero tho two teams to was a "lire drill." The young men Tho music was all of a high-claIs tho ono Journal that should bo pense of publication, and he is meet under more favorable circum- of tho different flro organizations nature and a great treat to the nui in every homo in the Mountains. II thoroughly confident that his felPassenger Agents Convention stances. Tho Academy has had r. were named and, at a signal from deals with just such matters ns low Kentuckians rs of Berea. AH tho mem will cheerfully strong team thrunul tho entire tho President, rushed from the chap- hers were highly accomplished and Fivo hundred attended tho an every man, woman or child should rally to his support as hundreds American season and never yet has gone down el (o bring tho hoso cart and laddors showed lino technique. Tho troupo nual convention of tho know. Look out for tho next havo already done. Satisfaction is Traveling Passenger to the President's House as though is pronounced by many to bo tho Association of numbers. They will contain some guaranteed or money refunded. in defeat. Agents, held at San Francisco, and articles were: Tho respective llno-ufor a lire. Tho limo made was cx best in their line we have had for that you oannot afford lo Practically every County Super in a body visited tho Exposition at miss. Faculty Hunt, LK; Clark, (re- ceedingly short. Tho hose cart was some time. Tho November issue will intendent in the Mountains get this thai city and two days later tho placed in 2nd quarter by Cromer) in position in two minutes and a Tho next lyceum number will bo San Diego Exposition. Both Cali contain tho first installment of n Journal. You seo a copy at his of continued article on "Love, Court- fice Note the table of contents on UK; Anderson, LT; Steenrod, HT; half, the short ladder from tho hoso Everett Kemp, tho reader, who was 1915 received tho ship, and Marriago" as experienced first cover pago. Then send in your VnnWinkle, 11G; Flancry, HI; liai- houso in tlireo minutes, and tho hero last year. Ho was greatly en- fornia events for unqualified endorsement of tho as and observed in tho Kentucky subscription son, C; Logan, MI; Canlleld, Ml; long ladder In thrco minutes and a joyed by all and it is with plonsuro and help a good cause official act at Mountains. If you want to laugh along. Tho address is, "Tho Mounhalf, and tho big ladder from How wo hear that ho will bo with us sociation, whose last ParEer, FB; Douglas, QH. San Diego, following the tour of the il will pay you to get It; if you want tain Journal," Palntsville, Ky. Academy Hunt, HE; Godby, LK; ard Hall in four minutes and a half, ngain. grounds nnd visits to Ramona's Mar- - to think, you will have a chance; nw.lnnn.l lit. fliina lit Iril Evidently, tho young men aro in PntntiKnll ad. 22 riago place and tho Theosophical quarter) LT; Balrd, HT; Aaron, R0; position to do effective work in caso BAN ON TOBACCO by automoBrotherhood homestead, Buchanan, 1,0; Yogcl, C; Moore, Lll;i of lire. It is limo for our young men to bile, was lo pass resolutions pledg take warning. Employments, whero ing the individual aid of tho railroad officials, representing all standard forincmny tobacco was used c cessively, aro now closed against lines of the country. lobacco users. Tho management of Pigeons in Training ORANGES BANANAS APPLES the Baltimoro and Ohio railroad has Training of the 2,000 pigeons placed a ban on tho use of lobacco FRESH OYSTERS in any form by employes who como which nest about tho towers of tho Plaza do Panama, tho main court CELERY NUTS CRANBERRIES in contact with tho publio while aBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar at San Diego, has now begun in v xaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaY on duly. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar .fcaWaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaK. earnest, and a score or moro of tho m birds aro now so tamo that they IN OUR OWN STATE alight on tho shoulders and wrists (Continued from page 1) of any casual visitor who looks eaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaav .jBBYQ!BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaavBBBY9M nn official report many rabbits aro as though ho had grain or breadaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVra$J7&9t BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW JBaT found dead in tho fields. It is thot crumbs, ready for distribution. Main Street, Berea that soino diseaso is tho causo. J Even tho goldllsh,sevcral Ihousanl aLaaaaaaaaaaaaaaYtaZr Q. Ward, executivo agent of tho strong in tho Laguna do las Flores Slato Game and Fish Commission, and tho nearby lagunilas, havo intends to lay tho situation beforo learned to swarm about an iron (ho Stnlo Board of Health. piping which tho trainer, Joso Mir- allores, raps as a warning that re Crushed by Moving Train ' freshments am coming. At Somerset, on tho 21st, James Cain, an employe of tho 0. & C, for More Surgeons and Nurses in De twenty years ns a yard man, was mand crushed to death by a moving train. Everybody believes in advertising. Some adEuropo may nsk for moro sur Ho slipped on tho snow and fell bevertise in the newspapers as we do. Others adverneath tho wheels, at a point south of geons nnd nurses. It cortainly will LKlaaaB LLLLLLLLLLLLLaaaav tise on bill boards and fences. Still others merely tho city. Tho body was prepared call for moro medical supplies. Will tell their wives. tho American pcoplo enable our for burial at Somerset nnd sent lo American lied Cross to respond .lo his homo in Tencsseo. Wc adopt the first plan because we reach tho cries for help? more people that way, even if the other plans are Trying to Localize Epidemic cheaper. We want everybody to know that our Tho Stnlo Livo Stock Sanitary bank is a good bank. One where you will always 10,000 Board are endeavoring lo localize find courteous treatment and be granted every in raging tho epidemic now TURKEYS WANTED! sections of tho Stato in orIf you arc already a possible accommodation. LaVant Dodge Profenor I will buy 10,000 turkey for the der that tho quamtino may bo customer you know this is true. II you are not, lifted from tho rest of tho Stato not Xmai market, which opens Dec. lit. Just give us a chance. Write me for price nnd coops and house. A LESSON OF PATRIOTISM afTcclcd. Commissioner of Agricul- - ihlp your turkey direct to a live Professor Dodgo is hlinsolf n hero turo, J. W. Newman, sincerely hopes market. Professor LoVant Dodgo, who Is known to Berea students quito a of tho Civil War and has dono a tho epidemio may bo confined to, F. H. GORDON pari from his national reputation great deal in koeping up tho patrio- tho counties In which llio discover-- 1 S Hip par of Dtmii Turkey man, has boon do- tic spirit of tho Grand Army of tho ios were first mado. Bullitt, Henry,! ns a Grand Army Pea McKee, Kentucky ing a most beautiful patriotic work Republic Ho has been twico our Shelby, and Hardin Counties aro Phono 64 Eal Ave. SOS fall In visiting country schools slato commander and Is now Treas- quarantined and tho surrounding this MCHMOND, KY. ( spoaking to tho children and leaving urer of tho National Association of counties aro being rigidly a United Slates flag at each school Palriotio Instructors. .... Balanco on Secretaries' salar ies, (for 1013-18 Printing membership cards.. Printing Handbooks, etc Poslago Y. M. C. A. buttons Miscellaneous office expenses. Socinl committco (melons) . Song Books (for Bible Study) Subscription to Kentucky State Committco Biblo Study Books 1st. fall payment on secretar ies' salary 4) 19X0 COO 41.05 COO 5.43 13.50 UNITED STATES NEWS 0X0 3.05 (Continued from page 1) COMING, DECEMBER NINTH, THE if you want to cry, EVENT OF THE SEASON there. the causo will bo College News 0-- 0-- 0. ss ps THANKSGIVING GOODIES Joe W. Stephens Several Methods JACKSON COUNTY BANK iMgO Six. THE CITIZEN cowled ISclc "at "llio "gaTIbpIng Del Iley nnd his men who wero riding onward rapidly "All right," observed Hud with a quizzical smile, "I'll have to kill him for you then I" She gnzed at him a moment with eyes that wcro big with questioning, but tho expression on his rugged faco bnfllrd her, "I would not forget It," aho cried lm pulslvrly. "No, nfter all I have suffered, I think I could love the mnn who would mcvet lilm fnco to face! Hut why do you nh!" sho cried, with a suddnn tragic bitterness. "You smllol You havo no thought for mo you enro nothing that I am afraid or him! Ah, Dlos, for a man who Is bravo to rid me of this devil!" "Never mind!" returned Hud, his volco thick with rising nngcr. "If I kill lilm It won't bo for you I Ho Jumped Copper Ilottom ahead to avoid her, for In that moment sho had touched his prldo. Yes, sho had dono moro than that sho hnd destroyed n dream ho had, n dream of a beautiful woman, always gcntlo, noble, whom ho had sworn to protect with his life. Did sho think ho was a pclado Mexican, a lover, to bo lnflamnqby a glanco y November 2rt, 1014 i The Land of Broken Promises DANE By COOLIDGE A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution Soldiers, mlnrrefugees, men. every soul In women, and cli i Fir'tina was on l i II to seo the last ,il been a crudo It of th battle. !T.ilr. but bravrl? I'idi'd, nnd some- 'C suddenness of In tho dram Mila thto victory hnd hold all eyes to the olH4 Dud and Orncla passed out of tovn unnoticed, and as soon as they - THE FIGHTING FOOL," "HIDDEN WATERS," THE TEXICAN," Etc Author of Illustrations by DON J. LAVIN fCeoTrtt ht. Ml, br Fran A . Mantcr.) lay of the land, Even with her In his ib0r c' make It after that we enn enro It would bo beat to do that yet, lnR0 n rcBl- "A you pleaso," she for there would be trailers on their track at sunup, and It was cither ride wered steadily. "Don't think about ' ime- - ,,ut what wlll happen If thoy or fight. I Free nt lust from the nnnt.ln ennvon. ' Kcl there first?" She was looking; at him now as ho they halted at the forks, white Dud looked out the land by moonlight. Dim searched out tho trail ahead, but ho peaks ' and ghostly, the square-toppe... I . . I. I .1 and buttes rose nil about him, huge till tbey gained tho pass. and Impassable except for the winding "I knew you would come!" said trails. He turned up a valley between tlracia, smiling radiantly as they two ridges, spurring his horse Into a , fast walk. paused at tho fork. Prom one cow trail to another he "Sure!" answered Hooker with his smile. "Count mo In on picked out a way to the north, but the ..) anything which wny does this trail lay of the ground threw lilm to the , east and there were no passes between n; do you know I It goes west twclvo miles toward t the hills. The country was rocky, Arlape," replied Gracla confidently, i with long parallel ridges extending to "ind then It comes Into the main road tho northeast, nnd when ho saw where that leads north to Nogales and Gads- the wny was taking him Hud called a halt till dawn. den " Ily tho very formation he was being That sounds about right for us," replied Dud. "Gadsden's tho placo wo gradually edged back toward Forvant to head for, and wo want to get tune, and It would call for fresh thtM mighty quick, too, Jf them rcb-- t horses and a rested Gracla to outstrip will let us, an' I guess that's what their pursuers by day. If the rurales Mmy'U have to do whether thoy want traveled by landmarks, heading for the it) or not." northern passes In an effort to out-- j They rode on together for some dis- ride and Intercept him, they might tance, the girl seemingly oblivious of easily cut him off at the Btart; but If. tht) dangers which surrounded her. they trailed him and ho devoutly nd Hooker watching carefully for ov- hoped thoy would then they would ary sign of difficulty. have a tangled skein to follow and he "What Is thero up here?" Inquired could lose them In the broken country Dud, pointing at a fainter trail that to the north. So thinking, he cut grass among the lud off toward tho north. "This coun. try U new to me. Don't know, eh? rocks, spread down their and Well, If we followed that trail we'd watched over the while Gracla How'to Waken Her, Even That Wil1 run Into them rebels, anyway, so we browsing horses ailght as well go to the west. Is your stretched out on the bed. After a day a Question. middle all right? We'll hit It up then of excitement and a night of hard rid' ' prelen'ded not To hear. TJho" man In I'd llko to strike a road before Ing there Is no call for a couch of mm pass was as gooa as a nunareu, down, and as the morning star ap- - and thero wero only two things ho Urk." They hurried on, following a well- - j peared In the east she slept while Bud could do shoot his way through, or turn back. Ho believed sho would not marked trail that alternately climbed sat patiently by. ridges and descended Into arroyos, It was no new task for him, this want to turn back. until finally It dropped down Into a watching and waiting for the dawn. precipitous canon where a swollen For weeks at a time, after a hard CHAPTER XXV. atreatn rushed and babbled and, while day's work at the branding, he bad they still watched expectantly for the stood guard bait the night. Sleep was Though the times had turned to war, road, the evening quickly passed. a luxury to him, like water to a mountainand so were all the. other all nature that morning was at peace, They had no opportunity for conver- -sheep people and they rode through a valley of flow sation, for tho trail was too narrow-t- useless things that town-breers like knight and lady In a pageant permit of their riding side by side. required. ' grass roso knee-deealong s Dud was thinking not only of the People like Gracla, people like Phil The rich the hillsides, the desert trees wero that surrounded them, but of this they were different In all their ways. flllgreed with the tendcrest groen and orrand on which he was engaged, and To ride, to fight, to find tho way-t- here In twined with morning-glories- , what the end of It meant to him. he was a better man than Phil; open glades the popples andand slanting rays of the sun but to speak to a woman, to know her First the spread forth masses of blue struck II ro from the high yellow crags, ways, and to enter into her life there and gold. then the fire faded and the sky glowed he was no man at all. Already on the mcsqult-tree- s tho ; n then, through dark blues She trusted to his courage to pro- mocking-bird- s were singing, and bright nnd purples the heavens turned to tect her, and that be could do, but It flashes of tropical color showed where black above them and all the stars was to a man such as Phil she yellow-throa- t passed. The out. Thousands of frogs made would give her love. Phil could not cardinal and came canyon resound with their throaty love her more than be did, but Phil's dew was still untouched upon the tho on, for xongs and strange animals crashed ways could be more attractive to her. grass, and yet they hurried whispered through the brush at their 'approach, His adventurous life with his father somo premonitionthought only to them of evil, to gain thoy hut still Hooker stayed In the saddle bad not been such as to cultivate the the far and pass. little niceties that appealed to women. and Gracla followed on behind. Beyond that lay comparative safety, I she had thought In her dreams of It was only his privilege to nerve, but but no man knew what dangers lurked he gloried In that privilege now as an easier Journey she made no com. In the 'ment now and, outside of stopping to he watched beside her as she slept, between them and that cleft mountains. Del Hey and his rurales cinch up her saddle. Dud seemed hard- and his vigil but strengthened his res- or Bravo and hl rebels might be ly to know she was there. The trail olution to see her safely through to there. In fact, one or the other probwas not going to suit him It edged Phil. ably was thero, and It so there would He Blghed now as he saw the first bo a fight, a fight against heavy odds and yet, In tha C too far to the south flush of dawn and turned to where she it he were alone, and odds that would .roplcal darkness, he could not search slept, calm and beautiful, In the solemn be greatly Increased because he must nit new ways to go. to waken her, even that protect Gracla. At each fork he paused to light a light How was a question, but the time bad come s iiutch, and whichever way the To the west and north rose the high to start. s went he went also, for and tmpassablo mountain which had Already, from Fortuna, Del Rey and barred tbelr way in the night; across would take the main trail. For rurales would be on the the valley the two hours and more they followed on bla Fortunas lown the stream and then Hooker trail. He would come like the wind. threw their bulwark against tho dawn; that dashing little captain, and noth- and all behind was broken hills and ttopped his horse. "You might as well get down and ing but a bullet would stop him, for his gulches, any one of which might give at stake. Nay, he bad told up armed mon. Far ahead, like a rest a while," he said quietly "This honor was many words: knife-gas- h trill is no good It's taking us south. Dud In so between the ridges, lay the "She Is mine, and no man shall come pass to the northern plains, and as We'll let our horses feed until the moon comes up and I'll try to work between us!" tbelr trail swung out Into the open It would be hard now If the rurales they put spurs to their horses and north by landmarks." should prove too many for him II a galloped. "Oh are we lost?" gasped Oracla. dropping stiffly to the ground. "Dut of bullet should check him In their flight Once through that gap, the upper 'ourst we are," she added. "I've been and she be left alone. Dut how to country would Ho before them and wake ber! He tramped near as he tbey could pick and choose. Now tbey thinking so for some time." "Oh. that's all right," observed led up the unwilling mounts; then, as must depend upon speed and the Hooker philosophically; "I don't mind time pressed, bo spoke to her, and at chance that their way was not blocked. lining lost as long as I know where last ho knelt at her side. Somewhere In those hills to the east "Say!" he called, and when that did Bernardo Bravo and his men were I'm at. We'll ride back until we get out of this dark canyon and then I'll not serve he laid his band on ner bidden. Or perhaps they were scatshoulder. lay a line due north." tered, turned by their one defeat Into Wake up!" be said, shaking her roving bandits or vengeful partitans, They sat for a time In the darkness while their horses champed at gently. "Wake up. it's almost day!" laying waste the Sonoran ranches as Even as he spoke bo went back to tbey fought tbelr way back to Chihuathe rich grass and then, unable to keep where hua. Thero were a hundred evil down her nerves, Gracla declared for a the phrase of the HturL A vision of angry pursuers rose men rUe before It 1b light. Dut Graola chances Ik at might befall the fugitives, up in her mind of Manuel del Iley woke up wondering and stared about and while Bud scanned th country rurales, hot upon her strangely, unable to understand. ahead Gracla cast anxious glances beand his keen-eyeBhe cried. Then, hind. "Why what Is their trail and It would not let her as he spoke again and backed away. 'They are coming!" she cried at mat. last, as a moving spot appeared In the Nor was the vlston entirely the re- she remembered him with a smile. get up? rear. "Oh, there they are!" "Is It time mit of nervous Imagination, for they "Oh," she said,anyway?" to "Good!" breathed Hooker, as be Had lost half the advantage of tbelr Where are we, "About ten miles from Fortuna," an- rose In his stirrups and looked. rttart, as Hooker well knew, and It be "Why, good?" sho domanded, cumade one more false move he would swered Hooker soberly. "Too close riously, tind himself called on to fight. As we ought to be over that divide." He pointed ahead to where the val"Tney'B only three of 'em," answered they rode back through the black canyon he asked himself for the hun- ley narrowed and passod between two Dud. "I was afraid thoy might be In dredth time how It had all happened bills, and Gracla sat up, binding back front," ho explained, ns she gazed at why, at a single glance from her, her hair that bad fallen from Its placo. him with a puzzled smile. "Yes, ycB!" she said resolutely. "We "Yes," she said; "but what will you tin bad gone against bis better Judgment and plunged himself .Into this must go on but why do you look at do it they catch us?" t "They won't catch us," replied Hook-e- r tangle. And then, Anally, what was me so strangely?" "Don't know," mumbled Dud. "Didn't confidently. "Not while I've got my liti going to do about It? rifle. Aba!" be exclaimed, still lookDut be knew what he was going to know I was. Say, let rno get them will you?" ing back, "now wo know all about It do about It. Ho knew ho was going He went about his work with em- that sorrel Is Manuel del Roy's!" to take this girl through to Gadsden "And wilt you kill him?" challenged nnd to Phil, and his loyalty was such barrassed swiftness, slapping on saddles and bridles, colling up ropes, and Gracla, rousing suddenly that he would not admit, evon to at tho ntmo. offering ber his hand to mount When Hooker pretended that Phil did not deserve her. not to bear. In- I Alone, he would have taken to the he looked at her again It was not he cocked his eye up at the mountains with a fine disregard for strangely. Iatead, mountain, whence from time "Hope you can ride." he said. "We trails, turning Into whichever served came muffled and Uls purpose bestaad following., the got to get over that .pay Jjeforo any. turned bis horse to go. There was I ' ! ' 1 ! ) saddle-blankets I I I d p dan-jarsand-verbenopal-blue- I, I. ono man. "Ah, how I hato that man!" raged Gracla spurring her horse ns she I t rouble over Ihcro lo "Tho east e Alvarez nnd his Yaquls, still harrying tho retreating rebels nnd some of It might como their way. With Ilel Hey bohlnd them, even though In tight, he was the least of their troubles, nnd could bo easily cared for with n rlflo shot If thoy could not dlstnnco him. Hooker know that tho two rurales with him would not contlnuo tho pursuit If their lender was out of tho way, so that It would not be necessary to Injur moro than some-whor- ! nnd a smlfo? Th'en I'M! could" hare her, and welcome. Her tirade had lessened his burden. Now his fight was but a duty to his pnrdncr In tho performance of which ho would bo no less careful, but to turn her over to Phil would not now be painful. "Ah, Hud!" sho appealed, spurring up beside him, "you did not understand! I know you are bravo and If he comes" sho struck her pistol flercoly "I will kill him mysolfl" "Never mind," answered Hud In a klndor volco. "I'll take caro of you. Jest kcop your horso In tho trail," ho added, ns sho rode on through tho brush, "nnd I'll tnko enro of Del Iley." Ho beckoned her back with a Jerk of tho head nnd resumed his placo In thn lead. Hero was no placo to talk nbaut men and motives. 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IN THE HOME SIX DOORS J, , -- 4s3&-.BB . FOR ASPIR.ING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Berea's Vocational Schools lo Training thai adds 'I ri I LL ll--rl your money-earni- ng power, combined w.tb l US. I tC LtU f nlTl" ' T.. .- . - general education. KMl YOL'NQ MKN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commerce Dressmaking, Cooking and Telegraphy. 1011 YOUNG LAD I Kg -- Home Science, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door VERSE TOn THIS WEEK Hold in lliy murmurs, heaven ap i i i i Berea's Foundation School in Mi i raining I The patient sco Hod's loving lice, g, Who bear their burdens Jtwoin-lilninin- i CA.DTT 7 ;fc,. iftrwi rv - General Kduralioii for those iml far advanced, combined witli sottn vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, w can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most, rapid progress. 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course Tis II my tbat win tlio Father's A ten. grace. KCIIT.T' cvrr M.Y TO BE A MAN For those who are not expecting to tcacii and who are not goini; thru College, but desire more general education. This is just lb" thing for those preparing for medical studies or other profession? without n college course. It also gives (lie best general education for those who wish n good start in study and expect lo carry it on by themselves. Life's prize roinpotUIons aro nol pihU in themselves. They aro means nf nrnvlnif otir worth as iihmi: of bringing out whnl is best in us; of enabling us to determine aim cnant-in- g KNAPP HALL 4th Door , K. Berea's Normal School Training School of Berea College KNAPP HALL AND ITS TEACHERS It might bo easily claimed lhat building in I ho mosL Important Kentucky is Knapp Hall in Bcroa. Bly rcsponsl- for which wo aro lilted. A innii's success or failure in lift) is uioasutvil by hi success or fallurn Iho responsibilities in nccepling of the positions for which ho has proved his Illness. President Uadlcy. sition, of leadership and the world to dolormino the po- This gives the very best training for those who expect lo teach. Courses aro so arranged that young people can tench through tlie summer and fall and attend cchool through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their course of study. Head Dinsmorc's great book, "How to Teach a District School." SHOUD EAT CHILDREN WHEN ILL l.iiiuld Diet is used nlmot InvariMiss Boatriuht ably In acute disease and i generally advisable in Iho late afternoon or whenever a patient Is strictly women folks hIiiiiiM Urtil to iteath to prepare. Who Is the Hrson In (Ids rnnllned to bed. (Water, milk, whey, bailey and room who is not pious'; I lo not canto know him for the present. beef-Juic- e, r, grucl, We should Ik- - tliiinlifiil Unit this broths and world was esMiMally i nut til for our Light Diet ! easily dtgotod food own comfort, convenient c nuil use: It Is used when sulninnllnl food is that we have it rfst rlslit to life, iiiol tin pursuit of happiness, needed without (he exertion requir liln-rtlo eoiilllet with ed to ilicest usual solid food. One no mutter If r wlslo-iiikI luippl food tdimild he introduced at n time. sonii olhi-liens unit rislilM, n with a little child. I you flunk me for tills (Hues sofl, milk lonsl. milk soups. reeottiilllou of your whI millties. jour broths (senoned beef scraped, oy- rlchts, jour Klory ninl trust. I slinll lie sters, chicken, simple puddings, as Hnulttl to miy uf in) self when I reWHAT rlre-waloegg-whiltlu-M- s This most beautiful building was dedicnlcd less than a year ago and educators came from many states lo parlicipalo in Iho ceremony. The idea of Knapp Hall is to train eac hers to tcacii uy uaving inem uo . teaching under proper supervision. In this building, hundreds or young people have already seen superior teaching and learned how to do it themselves. tj Tl... n.,nnl llfj Ul nnnPon t;iiuiill afin, .if lumovp .s t hu or uean supervision under McAllister. Tho special manager of the (raining work is Miss Iwwcrsox and wo nresenl this week Iho pic tures of two other of the training teiichers, Miss Parker and Miss Ileal right. The work of Knapn Hall means n great deal to the children of all our mountain region. 1 5th Door 6th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College Questions Answered This is Iho straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tlie Academy is now Herca's largest department. This is the crown of tho whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Miss Parker as she stamped postmarked It And so he did. for. not quite a week later, a letter came In the mall for I'olly o great white letter with a pic ture hi one corner that made Polly's father open his eyes. "Why. It's the state's iirms!" said he "What under the sun- "It mid ho. soft custards, tapioca, jellies of gel- tire: "Hero lira mi honest JOUIik num." atin and digestible fruits). Convalescent Wet Few simple, Author Unknown, digestible foods at a lime, in smalt apianlltios, usually given frequentAN OLD THANKSly. lender (Kg?, oysters, clams, GIVING FAVORITE meals, fresh flsh; readily digested baked; vegetables, as rice, polato, bread, well baked; dry fruils, ripe By LYDIA MARIA CHILD. and cooked; milk). Laxative foods aro n common need the rltrr noil throURh llir ooi 1:0. in health and may be In illness. OVKH Kranilfnthfr's limife y the The hir krio Their use and water can togetbor To cony th- Til tough tlie hnr ami drlflwl now. render medicines for this purpose unnecessary ami make digestion vig- )rr ihr rlvrr ntii throiish the Iii1 l"- - liti' Iiow lli orous and health secure. To do ttii It stlnKs Ilia. IIH't the same food must not be constantly Ami lllll-- till' ti(a Ko. used as it I hen hvea its pow er as At over tlia- Kiaiunil dt's a medicine repeated many tlie rlxrr l tliriiucli the wimmI To huve a flrM rnlr play times. llrnr that IhIIh rins. Colds are due to unremoved waste lliiK iIiiik'" "Tlrie-products, vitiated air and exposure. Hurrah fur TtinnksKlvliiK ilny! Laxative foods and water are both preventive and curative. Fresh nir and even lemperature aid in restoring health impaired by colds. 'i s - (rr ui-t- A THANKSGIVING DAY "SERMON" TlmiiksclvliiK day mines, by ftiitiite. once a your. To the bunext mini it conic ns friHiiviit ly us the t of KrutltiKlf will allow, which ineiin elory dny, ir onn In wien cliij'H. hi lenM. Now, I propone, my friends, to state i few nf the thlnpt for u to lie thank-fil- l for -- when we it re In the inootl, of ctinrxe, for when we are not Inclined who can uiiiUe lis jjlve IIiiiiiUh for anything? We flioiilil lie tliiuikfill that wo know mure than uiiyhody elxe, for are we not eniuilile of tnlkliiK and giving lii'tiinn upon eery miliject ever talked of? We hhiiulil Ik tlliiukfill .thtit we lire all gooil liMikhiK. Ain't weT .lust look Briiiinil this uuilleiK'o anil see If you cuu "Kpot" the pt'rhon who Is. In IiIh own (tlmiillou. not kihu) looking. It woulil he a curlmi stuily, to be mire, to llnd In what piirth nlar some people Hre kihhI ItHikiug. 1'iit It's none of our person n I tiiMlneHx if a mini has rnrroty hair. eyeK like n new moon, me like n plit K'ur. uiontli like n pair of wnllle Irons, chin like a Dutch chum, neck like n gnntler'rt Hint a lioily like u crow, bar. Coiiipiirutlvely ho In kmI iK)ktug ' that In. there ure homelier meti mid animals than Iicho everylMnly Is good looking uud has n right to put on nlra. Wo Khould he thankful that we are more pious thiui auy one else. That we are pious U evident from the mancrcutures ner In which wo treat who bare most unfortunately bceu drtreu to aln; ffom the fact that we pay our prcnrhcni occmdonally mid al wuya reipiire them to bo unexception- MY friend. Tiinouoii 1IIK WIIITK fcNOU'.' AND Ilia- - 1)111 KTKU 3ver the rlvair uiJ thruucli Trul fnt. toy ilnw'U- HprlliK I.IUo a l sm) Vot till liontlim IhiuihL TlmnkkKliliik aljyt Ilia-- airr III. H"' ill ooimI barntnnl uikhI kuI llinuuli Over tlie rlta-- r Ami KtrulKlit throuitli h- V l'f in to so Kxtri-inel- flow-- It l I o haul to unit! uiumI-No- iff the river nml Ihrimuli the ' Kraiiiliiuitlu-r'ran I p Hurrah f.ir Ilia- fun' U the puililiiix ilnncr Hurrah for the pumpkin pie' s - w ior It is not too early lo talk about Christmas and it is always timo to talk about Tlie Citizen and tho lino lino of premiums tbnl mako suoh Wo havo lino Christmas presents. something suitable for each member of tho fmlly. Head our liberal oilers on pago six. Tho work, ment able In all respect: from the fuct that we Oon't work ou Bunduy aud eat the worth big dlnaera which It hai wade the rural life, of honest tho habit of finding enjoyin familiar things, tbeso are a thousand fortunes. Henry Ward Dceohor. lovo of Hut I think he suspected. Oh, how red I'olly checks were and how her small fingers trembled when she tore open her letter! It was printed so that she could read It herself, nil but the long words; Your Irtter received. Dear POLLY'S THANKSGIVING nm veryMIfs I'olly were so III ns not to be eorry ou ulile to ent any TnankFRlvlng olnner. It was nolle too tmil. I hereby appoint a ThnnKKflvInK day for you nc I trust may li How a Little Girl Got a Holiday Thursday. Dec Swhlcli Your friend nml kept with due form ANOItKW COI.UUHN wallttlsher. All For Her Very Own. "Oh. i)h. oh!" said folly, hopping on Oh one foot. "Will you. mother? mother, will you? I wrote to hlrn my a runny little roly tioly Oh. I'm so glnii:" us she was. with her hlg "Did you ever!" cried folly's moth forlilue ees. that were er. "Why. folly flnkhnm!" Hut Pol ever seeing KomothliiK to won ly's father slaiiisl his knee and dor nlmtit. nutl her round, red checks, hutched. "tJood for Governor Colburn! I'll that always crew redder when anyote for htm as long ns he wants a body spoke to her. uud her crinkly, flaxen hair, that never would stay lu vote. And Polly shall hnvu n sinxlal place. Such a pievr dumpHm: of a Thanksgiving worth telling of. so shr shall!" folly: And so she did have, the very he' liked nice things to All the Maine, h- - ever remembered. A. C. Stoddard ent us well us ntiy one could, nml when once uhiii a time somebody gave in Vnuth's Companion. her the uieasles Just lu season for Thanksgiving day she felt dreadful THANKSGIVING, about It and cried us hard us she knew tome forth, coma forth, to the feetal how bemuse she couldn't nave any board turkey nor pudding nor uiliice pie for Aa our lire were wont In the days ng dinner-nothiof old; at all hut oatmeul The reapers are home with their hargruel. vest hoard. Hut cr.uug didn't Help the uieasleri a The herds have hied to their wintry ourse. Polly knew It Uilte. as, of fold. wouldn't. Hut klie couldn't have help, Knd the cullers of fruit our vaults ed crying If she wantasl to. uud she have stored didn't want to. With the wealth of the orchard's 1 wouldn't freight of gold. "Most anybody 'd cried. Hannah E. G. Arey. wouder." she said a day or two after, when the mciisles hud begun to go away again, "not to hnve a mile of anj Fasting and Feasting. A fast and a feast kept close comThanksgiving for dinner not any pie not any eranb'ry sauce, uot any oh pany In Puritan calendars. A fast fre" quently preceded Thanksgiving day and "Well, well." said folly's motbor. was sometimes npiiointed for the dny laughing. "I guess we'll have to have succeeding the feast, a clever plan which hud Its good hygienic M)luts. another Thauksglviug day right off." Though In the mind of the Puritan "Oh, enn we?" cried Polly, brighten lug up. Christmas smelted to heaven of Ido"Not unless the governor says so." latry, when his own festival. Thanksgivanswered her father, with a twinkle. ing, Isvame annual. It assumed many "The governor makes Tbunksglvlux of the features of the old English days, rolyaiithus." It was simply a day of Christmas. "Where does he live?" asked Polly family reunion lu Novemlier Instead of December, on whlih furltniis ute turwith nn earnestness that was funny key and Indian pudding and pumpkin Everybody laughed. "At the capital." said rally's Unclr pie Instead of "superstitious miats." such as it ban hi of Isef. hoar's head Hen Davis. "Do you know wher ami pt tt in pudding that Is?" Many funny stories are told of the "I guess I do." suld folly, and khe early Thanksgiving days, such as the asked no more questions. Hut what do you guess this funny town of Colehester ealliily Ignoring the folly did? Hy and by, when she felt governor's appointed day nod observquite like herself ngaln. she borrowa?d ing Its own festival n week later In orpencil and paper utid shut herself up der to allow time for the arrival, by loop from New York, of a hogshead of In her own little room and wrote letter that looked a little queer 'tt 'iiohisscs for pies, from "Customs and true, but still made her wishes known fashions In Old New Kngland." by will yO'J Mire Morse Karle. Oelte MIsTrlt (HJVNKIt I'l.eAsfl Mnke AnoTllelt THANKSC1IV INa DAY be Cas I hal TUB MKCBl.W Manual Labor. the I. A One. I'olly IMnkhnm First Financial Ilrlgaud (after a melThen she folded the letter and put U In an euveloe and sealed It and took on cutting) Don't full to attend the 2 cents out of her hank for the post-ag- directors' meeting this afternoon, Grafand ran nway as fast as she could ton. Very Iniportunt business. Hrlgaml What'a Beeoud Financial run. Mr. Wllley kept the postofllce. and doing now? goFlrat Financial llrigand-Wc- 'ro If he himself hud been behind the glass Uixes that day 1 don't believe ing to draw lots to see who'll burn folly's letter would ever have gone tho books. Puck. out of TlnkcrvHIe. Hut Mr. Wllley's owl niece waa there. She read tho address When Mrs. Confab named theOr egg) (A gift from country cousin on the envelope folly banded In. and "Ucn Kranklln" aha mUJu.lgeJ tha fowl-D- en In due iieason laid an egg. her eyes danced. It looked so funny: Mliter auvNKIt. at the CAI'ITLK. O wine bird, teach club malda and wlvea One or two questions brought out the (For welfare of tha aona of men) whole story. Tbat reolullng all their Uvea Won't make a rooater of a hen! "The governor shall have your let-- New York Sun. ter, J'olly," roguish Mls Molly said ItII SUCH JIKHEA, I'llIKNI) OF WOHKIXG STUDENTS. Berea College with institution. It requires cer-la- in its allllialed schools, is nol a money-makin- g fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for tlie ben-el- lt 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 Irf I.IK K A FAMILY, with careful regulations to p failed Hie chancier and reputation of tlie young people. Our students conic loin tlie best families and are earnest to do well aud improve. For any who may be sick tlie College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. Dcrea live in College buildings, and All except those with paienls-iassist in work of boarding ball, farm and shops, receiving valuable inaio Induing and gelling pay according to tlie value of their labor. Except in winter it is expected tbat all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to tho Secretary before coming to secure employment. PF.IISONAL FA'I'KNSKS for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., ary with djfferent people., llerea favors plain clothing. Our climate is tlie best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas aud overshoes are necessary. work TIIK STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, uniforms, umbrellas and oilier necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no ent for tlie lino buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For lable board, without colTce or extras, $t.3o a week, in tho fall, and $1.50 in winter; for furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 10 to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care, of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or service of teachers all our instruction is a froo gift). The Incidental Fee for most students Js 5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $j.00 and 7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST HE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room red by Hie term, board by the half jicrm. Installments aro as follows: n WINTER TERM VOCATIONAL AND Incidental Fee Room Board, G weeks FOUNDATION SCHOOLS $ 5.00 0.00 9.00 ACADEMY AND NORMAL $5 COO COLLEGE $ 7.0(1 7.20 7M 9.CM 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $.11.20 $ 0.00 Amount due llrst of term Board 0 wksi duo middle of term Total for term , $23.20 I 9.00 -- do-url- $29.00 SPUING TEUM 5.00 '$32.20 1 Incidental Room Fee $ 7.0(1 i.oo 0.75 5.00 0.75 17.75 C.75 Board, 5 weeks 5.00 C.75 $I8.7& 0.75 Amount due llrst of term .... 15.75 Board, 5 weeks, duo middle of term 0.75 Total for lerm laundry. Special Expenses Stenography and Typewriting Bookkeeping (brief course) Bookkeeping (regular course) Business course for students in .. $22.50 $21.50 $25.50 'This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or Business. Winter $12.00 12.00 0.00 Total $10.00 10.00 $30.00. 30.00 18.00 5.00 other departments: 1 Stenography 9.00 27.00 7.50 Typewriting, with one hour's use 0.00 of instrument 5.00 18.0a Com. Law, Com. Ceog., Coin. 1.50 t.80 5.40 Arilh., or Penmanship, each In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can gel an educatiuu Any nl Berea if there is tho will tq do so. It is :t great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young pcoplo waste time in tho public schools going over and over tho samo things, when they might bo improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting in on new studies with some of the best young men and women from olhei counties and stales. tettlmonlal showing that they arc Applicants mutt brine or tend above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be signed by tome former Berea student or tome reliable teacher or nelgn. bor. The ute of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Winter Term opens Jan. 5, 1915. Get ready; be on timel For information or friendly advice write to Iho Secretary, able-bodied MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Pago Eight. THE CITIZEN Whtn th AneUnt November 26, 1914, East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else HeeamfM4M U Mt for yaMMal MteM dfMd U Ml y tU wtttn. TM UK. Writ MMtlM, tat M rrUe of c4 rial. Mm much Improved In health. horso for Tudor sold a .9100. Mrs. Tom and Mrs. Ebb Ogg went to Ilockcastlo Nov. 17, it being Aunt Susan Ogg's 78th birthday and quite a crowd was there, with eatand several presents. ables, W. A. Ilowlctlc is planning to move to Ilockcastlo soon. Wo had ono very cold night last week; 3 degrees below zero at the writer's homo. Friday morning. Everybody subscribo for The Citizen. It would that bo a dandy Xmas present to friend of yours who has gone away from Berea. Big Hill Wo wish him much success. Hur MADISON CbUNTY rah for Tho Citizen. Thcro is no Walnut Meadow Wnlnut Meadow, Nov. 22. Quito paper liko it. a crowd celebrated E. P. Ogg's 39lh JACKSON COUNTY and as usual, at brilliday visit relatives at Ml. Vcrnoi- uClover Bottom Ogg's, tlio tablo almost Grandma Clover Bottom, Nov, 22. Seven of Georgc Downey is slowly improving. groaned with (ho good things to cat. II. N. Dean's children havo tho Mr. Henry Morgan and tho PenningAfter 40 persons ate, tlicro was sev- whooping cough. Quito a number of ton brothers will movo their saw eral basketfuls of fragments loft. families in this vicinity have whoop mill from Burning Springs to Fogcr- Mr. Louis Morgan sold a line liorso ing cough. Soil Baker Is moving to lown in a few days. Tliero will bo one day recently for $150 Tom Ogg tho Sarah Azbill place. Tho little church at tho F. C. B. Halt of Vino sold a load of corn for $3.75 per bbl. infant, ono year old of Joe Flancry's Lodgo No. 221. Tho fifth Sunday In Mrs. Hcnsloy, who has been at died last Monday with whooping this month. Everybody cordially Inher fathers all summer has gone to cough. from vited. A .Game Warden her home, near London. She was Breathitt County is visiting tho boys OWSLEY COUNTY Shelby y, Don't say Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zarlng's Patent Flpur" then you are sure of the best biscuit. land. Wo wish him much success In his new home, L. Carpenter Co. has bought out tho store of Planter Howard of Lambric, anil will continue business in tho samo property. Tho free school will soon close. Somo of our boys aro talking about going to Bcrcn College. Wo aro glad for our boys to attend such a school as Boron College. Wo wish both the boys ami tho school success. Hiram Fiigalo is gathering corn for M. D. Stacy this week. Tho Rev. M. C. Bcrlan prenched at tho school house last Sunday and had a good meeting. Ho will preach at the same place next month on tho third Sunday. Tho Kentucky River Hard Wood Lumber Co. havo about closed thufr workings in this neighborhood. Business In this sec-liIs very dull. on Thrco ttmuKAiul jenra ngu wltncnl tho Jewluli fent f tnbornncloii, with ltd infiHiilllccnt ritimlft. tnrlodloim choirs ninl plrturempie festivities. Kor right ilnjri I In' people cfnrfril (heir work to "cat, drink nnd lie merry." During tlie tlmo great throngs gatherd ed In nnd nmiind Jcnmnlcm for dnyn, living In booth formed of the limnetic of the nllvo. pine, myrtle and pnl m niul Orcornteit with fruits nnd flowers. Grand public pngennts were lull, nnd. In nddltlon to thcxe, every household lind Its worship. Its uncrlnrrs nixl Its Imiuinot. Jw lav Thank. THE HEALTH MASTER (Continued from rtra Two.) wo'vo seen It bolh, mora than once on that tlnlo." "What harm did It over do Ihemr We nro traveling to the beautiCity of tho Ideal. Wo aro awnro that wo shall never reach It but the suburbs nre very plens- anl. ?lw Frn'" ful THANKSGIVING Long, long ago, when to this laud, 'Hie Pilgrims caino, n wnud'rlng band Of seekers for tho place, in this county, and making sovcral arrests and causing fines to bo in- stale. Darcus Click is improving day night. Tho weather has been ami will soon bo able to return homo cold tho past week. Joe Johnson of Jackson County passed through hero from her fathers, G. J. Wild. Hickory Plains Hjckory Plain, Nov. 23. Luther Maupin visited over Saturday with his sisiler, Mrs. May Ponder, near Wallacelon. J. L. Cornelison had a horse to get very badly hurt Saturday morning. Mrs. Frank Bur- dclte and Mrs. Curt Terrill wcro shopping in Berea Tuesday. Raymond Terrill has a sprained wrist caused by a run-awhorso last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hallet Burdette and children, of Lexington, came yesterday for an extended visit with Frank Burdette and family and other relatives here. Mrs. Kirz Cornelison and Miss Lizzio Maupin spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Pall Cornelison at Richmond. Mrs. J. C. Armstrong is with her daughter, Mrs. Wallace Gilbert, who is very sick at her homo at Speedwell. ay Cow Creek Cow Creek, Nov. 20. The first upon several of the boys for flicted violating tho game laws of this snow of tho season fell here Thurs Big Hill, Nov. 23. Sunday School is going on nicely. Everything was quiet and nice last Friday night at the pio supper, which was for the benefit of the pastor, at Pilot Knob Church. Less Hunter's little girl got shot by accident by some bird hunters. V. B. Saddler and E. B. Brandenburg of Lowell were bird hunting with Hay Mainous for a few days. Miss Maud Azbill of Bcrea is spending a few days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Settle. Mrs. A. J. Wilson lias been sick but is now better. Bert has been under medical treatment, but is about well. Mrs. I. A. Hunter was on tbo sick list last week but she is better. Mr. and Mrs. James Green's baby has been sick for about two weeks, it is better. Little Marcus Owens has been sick for a few weeks. Mrs. Anthony Kinner, who has been at Berea, is improving. M. D. Settle bought 20 acres of land from John McIIone. Wednesday with a drove of cattle. Whooping cough is raging in our neighborhood and quito a number havo had to stop going to schools- John Combs of Ricetown has been suffering a great deal of pain from a bruised hand. Dr. Gibson lanced it and it is sonic better. Brother C. B. Gabbard went to Buffalo last Sat urday to preach. Hog cholera is do ing considerable damago on Meadow Creek. Mr. Leandcr Reynolds of this plnco has lost some lino fat hogs. Alfred Gabbard sold E. D. POWELL COUNTY Stanton Stanton, Nov. 23. The first snow of I he winter foil hero last week. Miss Bculnh McNemar read "Miss Wiggs of tho Cnbbago Patch," nnd "Lovely Mary," at the College chapel Cov. 19th and 20tli. Tho Pompey schoolhouso burned last week. Cir. Hi. for for for for for for God (n mercy eende. health and children, home and f Kendo:, com forte hi the time of ncta, ever; hlndly word or deed, hippy thoughts and holy talk, guidance (n our dally walk. In everything, gtve thanks. all that mm . Parrot Parrot, Nov. 21. Edward Wathen, formerly of this place, who has sorved several years in the United States army, arrived here yesterday to visit home folks for several weeks. His many friends were glad to seo him back, Miss Laura Combs continues poorly. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Cornett of Madison County, who havo been visiting relatives at this place, have returned home. Robert Robinson and family have returned from Hamilton, Ohio, and have moved into the house recently vacated by Sid Hacker. A largo crowd attended church at Letter Box Saturday and Sunday. The game wardens came in unexpected to the boys in this vi cinity, arresting some and taking a few to jail where they sold gun and dogs. Prayer meeting at Willie Gahbard's every Thursday night. Slate Lick Slate Lick, Nov. 23. G. V. Galloway has bought and moved on the Henry Simpson property on Slate Lick road. J. H. Preston is able to bo out again. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Croucher who have been sick so long were taken to the county Infirmary the other day. Mrs. Daniel Smith is improving. Mrs. E. M. who has been at Slate Lick through tho summer is now moving ESTILL COUNTY back to Paris where her husband Locust Branch has employment with the L. & N. Locust Branch, Nov. 20. The first Railway Company. Wo are having tho coldest weather of the season snow fell hero this fall on the 10th. and hog killing is the go. Good Tt . wna Ann inrli rlnnn! ,nnvnrnrwl P ' T 1! wishes to The Citizen and its many .imiiisuii ciusuu a revival meeting ui Heach Grove last Saturday with two readers. additions to the church. 1 1 1 for beauty In tbfft world of our. for v;rdant graeo and lovely flowers, for eeriga of tlrde, and hum of beee. for the refreshing summer's breeze, for hill and pUln, for stream and wood, for the great ocean's mighty floodlit everything give thanks. o 5 for for for for for tin sweet sleep which comes with night. the returning morning light, the bright sun whfeb shines on high. the stars glittering (n the sky these, and everything we sec, O, kord, we lift our hearts to thee; In everything, gfvc thanksl Cupp. Gabbard & Bros. 120 bushels of corn cuit court is in session in Powell s, at fifty cents per bushel. William now with n light dockeL A. J. who litis been the depot agent Huff and daughter, Maud, returned homo from Leslie County last week here for some time has gone back to where they had been visiting rela- th'n farm and Lennio Crowe of Comp-lii- ii Junction takes his place. Martives. Tliero was preaching at Grassy Branch last Sunday by some of ried: Lennie Crowe and Lola Chancy, tho Baptist ministers. Tho Rever- a daughter of Wilson Chaney, last end George Watson of Booneville week at tho homo of tho bride. was recently married to Miss Claudia') The grand jury is gelling after tho Dodson of Tell City, Ind. He is past- boys for smoking cigarettes. This or of tho Booneville and Esau Pres- is n good law if they will enforce J. H. Hardwick of Winbyterian Churches. Tho writer joins with tho many to congratulate tho chester was hero during Circuit Mr. Ban ford Whilo of couple. W. T. Isaacs and James Court. Mead of Egypt, Jackson County, were Irvine was hero attending court. hero recently buying geese. They Mr. Joo Willoughby of Powell went Mfss got a good many in this neighbor- to Hichmoud nnd married hood and will sell them at Bern-stad- t. Rhoda Henderson last week. Tho Republicans aro hopeful ROCKCASTLE COUNTY from tho gain mado in tho last elecLivingston tion. Tho Progressive vote at this Livingston, Nov. 20. Mr. Denny of e, two placo dropped from twenty-fivLancaster was hero last week lookyears ago, to only two this election. ing after tho interests of his inino. Let's all get back together and unito In tho nhsenco of Mr. Clifford, our votes for tho ono grand old James Landruni is acting as railparly and elect a Republican presi- road agent. Hon. Sam Ward is makdent in 1910. ing preparations to go to tho capital to nttcud to his legisative duties. Lambric Tho Sambrook Coal Mino has been Nov. 20. Joseph Balen leased to Randolph & Hood of CovLambric, and J. C. M inter wcro in Jackson ington for five years. this week on business. Tho ReverAll true scieucu begins in tho end M. D. Stacy is on tho sick list love, not tho dissection of your felthis week. Creed Ony is selling out low creatures; and It ends in the his corn and preparing to movo to love, not tho analysis of God. Morgan County wlicro ho has bought Ruskin. Col-linit.-J- udgc Coyle Coyle, Nov. 21. On account of tho snow the pcoplo aro getting behind with their corn husking. Corn crops aro reported good in this neighborhood but potatoes are scarce. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Murray aro all smiles over the arrival of a fine boy. His name is William Archie. Mrs. James Powell and daughter, Candas, spent Thursday with Mrs. Curk Tharp. Miss Mollio Fortune returned homo from Panola last Saturday. Miss Ethel Todd and brother, Isom, went to Columbus, 0., to visit their sister Tommio Alford writes a while. back from Henry County that ho has bought a 117 acre farm for 93,300. Irvine Irvine, Nov. 23. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jennings are tho proud par ents of a line boy christended Ken- eth Franklin. Mother and babo arc doing well. Mrs. Winnie Moar returned to Brassfleld after quite a visit with friends and relatives here. Rev. J. W. Anderson of Heidelberg lllled his regular appointment at Liberty. Tho residence of John Lawerson burned Wednesday night. Most all of tho contents were saved. Hog killing is the latest thing in this neighborhood. CLAY COUNTY Vine Dealers Wanted Winter has como at last and brought a little snow. Aunt Rebecca Pennington Is somo heller at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Browning aro all smiles over the arrival of a fine girl. Her namo is Ilessio Margaret. Dan Penning ton lias completed his new kitchen. Mr. and Mrs. Esau Howard aro tho happy parents of a lino girl. Liz:lo Pennington and Laura Morgan mado a business trip to Buncum last week. -- Little Billio Pennington filled his regular appointment at Maulden last Sunday and preached to a largo crowd of people. Mrs. Bowman of Creek and her granddaughl- r, Nnnnio Bowman, are planning to Vine, Nov. 23. WE WANT a wide-twkDEALER In etch (own in Southern Ohio, tdjiccnt territory In W. Virginia, Southern Indltna and entire State ol Kentucky to Uke on our line 0( LEWIS, ALLEN and UKTZ automobile!. Our cart SELL good, tttltly the owneri, and you maka MONEY. I'rorn JS up; alu one at IIW. Thit it a guxi chance lor an tttablUhed Auto IXiltr to take on a r line ot popular can, or lor a live IIL'.STI.KU with a little money ami Lacking to grx into a flrt rlatt moneymakinff butinrM. Write quick lor particular to the I'actory Itepresenta UOTOKS COMI'ANY, 21-E. Ninth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. ALLEN "37" S805 If you want a Galvanized Roof that does not have to be painted be sure and get the right kind of Galvanized Roofing. Our Material and Guaranteed. Phone 7 or 187 Owsley Readers, Look! Sec me about buying your turkeys. Save them for Xmas I will weigh them at Booneville first market. day of Dec, and pay highest market price. Write or phone me. Workmanship are Melvin Dooley Booneville, Ky. HENRY LENGFELLNER Tiaakop on Jackson Street, Bcrea, Ky. per cent warmer than If we were out doors In a June temperature several degrees colder. You'But when tho storo of fruit nnd re the Committee on Air and Light. Charley. I Ihink (his matter 4") grain, On Autumn's days, was garnered In, heal ought lo come within your province." To God they gavo tho praise, "And It makes you feci so cold In festival and song. when you go out," said Julia. On high llioir voico did raise "Of course. Wo Americans livo Willi prayer nnd paean strong in one of the most trying climates In glad Thanksgiving, From out their storo they brought in I he world, nnd we aiU to its rigors by heating our houses like their best, No mini over seventy, Tho mils and game, with cheerful ought to be the rule." jest, And laugh, they added to the rest "It's hard lo work in a cold room," said Mr. Clyde. In bountiful supply. "Not when you're used lo it. Tho Tho Indian loo brought fort h his Chicago schools that have started maize, winter roof classes for sickly chilAnd with them joined his voice In dren, II ml dial the average of learnpraise, ing capacity goes up markedly In In loving thanks lo God. Hie cold, clean nlr." For His great lovo and care, "But they can't he as comfortaFor health, and homo and food, ble," said Mrs. Clyde. For Freedom's glorious air, "Much more so. As soon as tho chilAnd Him, who gavo. dren get used to it they lovo it ami As there in days long, long gone by, they object strenuously to going back Our fnlhcrs did, so now wo cry, into the close rooms. Tho body And lift our praise to God on high, grasps and assimilates tho truth; Our Father, too, nnd Lord. the mind responds." "Well, I like to be comfortable n Wo give our thanks for country's well as anybody," said Mrs. Sharp-les- s, might, "but I don't consider it tho For Autumn's bounteous delight. chief end of lif." For Freedom's banner bright. "Not the chief end," assented Dr. That floats o'er sen and main, Strong; "the chief means." For Justice too ami Right, "Comfort and health" mused Mrs. O'er all this wide domain. We pray Iho world's wild wars will Clyde. "It seems a natural combination." cease, "The most natural In tho world. And all shall live in loving peace, Till Time shall bring n glad release. Let me put it Into an allegory. And Heaven's great Thanksgiving. Health Is (he mam line, tho broad Catherine L. Robertson. line, (he easy line. It's tho simple lino lo (ravel, hceaus comfort keep Berea. Nov. 21, IMl. pointing It oul. it Is Hr The A OF COUNTRY line of the least resistance. CONFERENCE p.nilili. willi tiiii.f itf Ha ia ivir PREACHERS always unconsciously taking trans Plans arc being made to hold a The transfers to (he cross-Hue- s. conference of country preachers at fer may h Carlessnoss, or Slothful IVrea from December 0 lo 23 two ness, or Gluttony, or one of tho Disweeks in order lo talk over plans sipations in food, drink, work or for making the country churches play; or it may he even Kgolism. better churches and the people bel- which Is .sonit't inn's n poison; hut j ter christians. lln-all lake you to Sick Street. A letter of invitation is being sent' DonU get a transfer down Sick out lo a considerable number of: St rent. Tlie road is rough, tho preachers who are invited lo como scenery dismal, and at the end is with their wives and preacher the cemetery." friends to tako part in the confer-- ! 'That's the end of all roads." said enco and do some Bible work if they I Grandma Shnrplcss. desire to do so. These letters will j "Then in Heaven's name," said not reach all the preachers who' tho Health Master, "let us take the might liko to come, so if any who longest nnd sunniest route and sing rend this article should liko lo at- -' as we gol" tend this conference they can send ' To he Continued.) Iheir names lo Secretary Marshall Men who tole pistols (hid reasons Vaughn, at Heron, and say when they will arrive so plans may bo made for using (hem, and the nations thui lo meet them nnd entertain them. liavo big armies will llnd excuse President Frost and tho Collego testing their elllcieiicy. will furnish rooms and board free. It will cost nothing for tho preachers to slay here during the confer- CINCINNATI MARKETS ence. If they cannot slay all tho tlmo thoy will bo welcome lo stay folas long as they can. Corn New rorn tt quoted Preachers of all denomination lows: No. 1 3white 70c, No. 2 white C9(f70c. No. white 67069c, No. i will bo welcome. Tho committee white 65f67r, No. 1 yellow 70c, No. 2 who Imvo the mailer in charge will yellow 69070c. No. 3 yellow 6706'Jc, bo glad to seo any, preacher of tho No. 4 yellow r,5CCc, No. 1 mixed 70c. country churches, from tuiywhero No. 2 mixed 870c. No. 3 mixed 6G 4 mixed 034C5c, white ear over tho territory reached hv Tim 08c. No. yellow GlfitMc, mixed 60 2J64c. Citizen. 63c. Hay No. 1 timothy 119.50, No. 2 Tho chief purpose of the conference Is to talk over Iho religious timothy I17.no, No. 3 timothy 115.50, No. 1 clover work of tho country churches ami '! clover mixedmixed $17.75018.50, No. 15.75!16.60. discover, if possible, how tho Oats No. 2 white 61462c, standmay ho strength- ard SlOSlc, No. 3 white 50WO61c, preachers' hands ened mid how a gioaler service may No. 4 4!itttt50Hc. No. 2 mixed 60(0 50 c, No. 3 mlxd 43HO50C, No. 4 ho dono in tho country places. mixed 48H49c. Any ouu desiring to como should Wheat No. 2 red lt.1401.14H, No. write at once to Secretary Mnrshall 3 red S1.13Q1.13.H, No. 4 red I1.06Q 1.11. Vaughn, Berea, Ky. Poultry Hens, 4 lbs and over. 13c; 3 Vi lbs ami over, He; under 3tt lbs, 10c; roosters, SUc; springers, Kentucky History ia 0ntkae over 1 lb, 12c; 114 lb and under, 14l&c; young spring ducks, 4 lbg and Corrtlatci with U. S. Hiitory over, 14c; spring ducks, over 3 lbs, Price 25 Cent 13c; ducks, white, under 3 lbg, 10c; young hen turkeys, lOo; colored, Mitt Maggie Reynolds 6',4c; cull turkeys, 8c. Kgc Prime firms 35ic, firsts 34c, NichoL.ville, Ky. Box 46 ordinary tints 24c, tecondi 22c. Where they might happy live, I'reo from tho tyrant race, And Ood his worship give, As they saw fit. Tho bleak New England shore, then gavo A stormy welcome and n wintry gravo To many n heart though stout and brave, A tried and faithful band. "Bodily discomfort. In other words, lessened vilnlity. Think how much nervous wear Is suffered by n child Itching nnd squirming In a scratchy suit of heavy flannels on n warm tiny." "Children can't ho changing from ono weight to another ovory day, can thoy?" asked Mrs. Clyde "No need of that. But in tho fall and spring wo can rcgulato Hint matter n it I lo more by tho thermometer, and a lilflo less by tho almanac. Tliero is also tho consideration of controlling heal. Now, Charley, what would you think of n man who, In June, say with tho mercury at seventy-liv- e, wandered around in n heavy suit and his winter flannels." "I'd think he was sick," said tho promptly, "or clso foolish. But what makes you ask 1 nine-year-old mef "Just by way of calling your lo the thermometer, which in this room stands at seventy-nine. And here we all sil. dressed twenty-liv- e fr u V