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Fpople BEnRA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER 3. I0M. One Dollar a Year. The citizen UNITED STATES NEWS IN PLEAS WERE DISMISSED Knowledge la power and Um way to keep up wllh knowledge la lo read a newspaper. Vol. XVI. Five Cents a Copy. No. 23 Vocational Education Vocational is a new word in education. But it is an way of speaking to call a man's business his " vocation. " The word vocation meang "call," and the idea is that every man is called by God to be a farmer, carpenter, blacksmith, storekeeper, or preacher, as' the case may be. This is a very noble idea. It makes all men true servants of God. It reminds us that God is served by every faithful worker who performs a service for the community, supports his family, and lends his influence by example, testimony and friendship for every good cause. I'rom the. beginning Bcrea College has taught this doctrine. But in recent years it is doing more than ever to actually train people for these different vocations. It teaches them to save and earn, to do good work, and to promote the general welfare and the Kingdom of God. Berea's Vocational schools are grouped as one department with Prof. Francis O. Clark as dean, and a large faculty of able instructors. There is a School of Agriculture, a School of Carpentry, a School of Printing, a School of Home Science, a School of Ndraing, a School of Commerce, and a School of Telegraphy. Besides these, many young men get important training in steam fitting and electrical work, and this winter there is to be Every father and mother a special class in bricklaying. should study the announcements of the Vocational schools. OUR OWN STATE Superln GERMANS BROKE THROUGH A KING GEORGE England's Rulor Goes to France to Review Troops st the Front. Eubank The Cast of Rockefeller and Others Mutt 8tand on Its Merits. New York, Dec. 1. After hearing arguments. Judge Clarence W. Sessions of the United States district court JI- missed the pleat In abatement filed by William Rockefeller and eight other defendants In the New Haven case as to the validity of the Indictments charging them with conspiring to violate the Bherman law by building up a railroad monopoly. Judge Sessions said he had little patience with "mere Candidate for tendent TRAP technicalities." The Judge gave the attorneys for the nine defendants until Thursday to file demurrers to the Indictment against ihem. In the meantime the dismissal of the pleas In abatement automatically restored the temporary pleas of not guilty first entered by these defendants. Hale? In Germany as Spy. an American citizen, graduate of Columbia and formerly editor of the Baptist Examiner, Is under. arrest at Germany, charged with being a spy, according to information received by his wife In this city. Mrs. Bright got word recently that ber husband was Imprisoned on Oct 17; and after appealing to the state department at Washington the decided to make her information public Mr. Bright was stuJylng at Goettlngea The nature of hit alleged offense la not definitely known. Goet-tlnge- 4. Politics The object of government is the "general welfare." This is what Washington said and what everybody knows. The Government was established by our fathers for this purpose. But the Government also provides a great many salaries and honors for those who 'may hold public office. Consequently there is a scramble for offices on the part of those who care little or nothing for the public welfare. The patriot, like Washington or Lincoln and many a man in more humble positions congressmen, mayors, councilmen, justices of peace really works for the public welfare and neglects his own business and suffers more or less of slander or abuse focthe public welfare. Such an office holder is as true a patriot as the soldisr on the battle-field. tre missing. Danish 8tsamr Hits Mine. London, Dec. 1. The Danish steam-ihlMary has been sunk by a mine m the North tea. Seven of her crew were landed at Grimsby. Seven others p Wife Sends Husband to Jail. Covington, Ind., 1. Dec. Fred Hodge, twenty-seveyears old, Is In Jail, charged with assault and battery with Intent to kill, his wife accusing him of attacking her with a knife. Big OH Fields r- - . supplement conl. Thus, the largest oil Held both in present production nnd probable reserve is In California, avStale with only negligible coal resources. Taken together, these mineral fuels constitute a national asset comparable with the soil resources of this country, but the larger part of the value of natural gus, petroleum, and coal to the na manufne-ture- s. tho farm page of this issue. It will tion is in their relation to CONTENTS PAGE I. Editorials, Boron's Voca- he worth while for a number to Prosperity at Hand Tho enter this priso contest. Mr. Montional Sehonl Politics. Tho ingredients necessary for proUnited Slates tgomery's interest is ever with his Health Master. many friends among the coming ducing prosperity appear at hand. News. Our Own Slato News. farmers of this section. Head the Tho new financial system already World Wnr Nows. more mobile credits. A ls letter carefully nnd get in lino nnd promises PAGE 2. What Some Boron Berea's show him that you arc in the ranks more sympathetic attitude of the nro Doing. The proposition is n public, toward big industrial operaThnnkfglvlng. The Boron firad-o- d for success. fair one and it only remains for you tions is indicated. Tho efficiency of School. Back to the Bible. to do your part and win. American labor nnd American enThe Sunday School Lesson. gineering was never questioned. PAGE 3. Mountain Agriculture. Agricultural Prize Contest by Nuver in all tho hislnrv of Tho Robert Burdette Dead " Frank Montgomery. The Hurnl Citizen have our renders and friends Robert J. Burdette, n gentle humChurch, Nat ion's Labor Prob- had such an opportunity of getting orist, whoso lecture on the Rise and lem. Fanners' Week nt Lex- so much for so little. Now is the Fall of tho Mustache was listened to lime to gel yourself n nice fountain by all Americans n few years ago, ington. pen for Christmas. PAGE 4. Locnl Nows Bonis. recently died in California. Ho beother PAGE 5. College News and longed with the greater and better Head our list of premiums in last humorists notices. of tho last generation, 6. Tho Land of Broken Prom-- , week's issue nnd select one with PAGE who seemed to have few successors. your renewal of subscription. Isos. Wnr News. His wit had a true literary quality PAGE 7. Berea's Vocational Schools and was always gentle nnd cheering. Why Educate Children Away Look forward to Christinas. Wo of from tho Furm. shall have some good things for you Little Known in Washington Mexican Doings. News. PAGE 8. Epst Kentucky to feast your mind on. Washington, Dec. 1, The MexigTj", Iem. Cincinnati Markets. That is right; you know n good can situation remains in ils utterly A FINE PROPOSITION thing when you soo it. Tell your confused slato, without any change Young men interested in agricul- friend about the good things of Tho of importance, so far as late advices tural pursuits should rend Frnnk Citizen nnd cause that one to see as to the Stnlo Department indicate. Montgomery's proposition found on you do nnd becoiuo a subscriber. So far ns known Villa still is outside Mexico City, and nothing dell-ni- to has been received regarding ills plans for entering tho capital nor his relations with Zapata. Cbapteis from tbt book to entitled by Samuel Hopkins Adams, published by What General Gonzales, who was of Houghton Mifflin Company. reported to have declared himself provisional president, is doing is not A FAMILY HEALTH SCHOOL known here, any moro than it is , A Parable on Vice known wliat tho Carranza and Villa Thereforo they endured, without forces in tho vicinity of Mexico City .Plain Talk "What do you II ml so intorosling hope as without complaint, the dep- nre doing. in that pnper, Strong?" asked Mr. redations of a hideous Monsler who The British ambassador discussed Thomas Clyde, from his place in tbo preyed upon Ihem unceasingly. tho situation with Acting Secretary "So loathsome was this Monsler of State Lansing. The ambassador corner of the big living-rooTho Health Master raised tho that tho very thought of him was hnd Just received dispatches from journal, folded it neatly to a hair-pag- e, held lo taint the soul. His nnino Thomas B. Holder, charge d'affaires nnd holding it before his eyes, was sealed away from tho common of tho British legation in Mexico, speech. Only tho boldest men spoke staling that the city had quieted began smoothly: of him, and then in paraphrases. down and that there seemed to bo "Far, far awny, as far as will lei you believe, in tho Fouled, indeed, was tho fame of tho hw reason to fear any immediate dis Land of Parables, there once stood woman who dared so much ns con- turbances. He stated also that Zafess to a knowledge of his existance. pata had been in tho city, hut had a prosperous and "From time to time tho wiso and left for parts unknown apd that ono city. Men lived therein by rule and rote. Only what their fathers be- strong men of tho city banded to- of his officers, left in charge was fore them had believed and received gether and sallied forth to drive doing his utmost to preserve order. did they believe and receive. 'As it back other creatures of prey as they New Freight Rates to be Investigated hath boon, so it is now and ever pressed loo hard upon the people. Washington, Dec. L An Immedi- must nnd shall be,' was the principle Not so with the Monster. Becauso utc nnd comprehensive investigation (Continued on pige Two.) whereby their lives were governed. of tho railway rato situation in Stu-den- It is the business of the common voter to find out the character of those who are "running fof 'office." The voter holdi his vote as a public trust; he has no right to use it for his own advancement or for any favoritism. He must not even vote for his own party nominee unless that nominee is the best man to serve the public. The men who are in politics to make money are called grafters, and politics is a contention between patriots and grafters. nnd natural gas In their distribution in soino degree Petroleum THE HEALTH MASTER n Prof. 11. S. F.uhank, of Lexington, authorizes tho nnnounemont Jhal ho will he a enndidnto for Iho Democratic nomination for Superinlend-o- nl of Public Instruction in the next August primnry. Prof. Kubnnk is editor of the Southern School Jour nnl, nnd is one of the best known ed iicalors In the Slnte. He made a Stati ennvns for this office four yenrs ago and knows the ground welL Masked Men Make Raid i Terror reigned among the residents of Odnr Bluff on Iho first, when two houses were dynnmited nnd another riddled with bullets, Early in the morning a band of llfly masked men visited the place, Telephone wires were cut tho watc)iman for Hie Katlerjohn Construction Company was captured and taken with them on their rounds. The houses wore occupied by negroes and no ono was hurt. The construction company operates a rock quarry where a large number of negroes nro employed. Prisoner Leaps From Train News from Pineville slate that on tho 30th. Leon Trent, a fugitive from Justice, wanted in Hnwkins County, Tenn., for the murder of a girl wns ennturod bv Sheriff Mntl Lawson nnd was being brought to Pineville. He threw himself from a trestle and was fatally injured. He was brought to tho hos pital at Pineville, where he is receiving medical treatment. Forest Fires Under Control. It is reported that tho fires that have been raging for a week.in Harlan and other counties arc now und er control after much hard lighting, and much loss. Those tires are said to have been started by careless hunters and children at play. Fined for Watering Milk A dairyman near Lexington was fined ?I00 and costs in tho Police Court, on tho charge that he put .ii..r(n il... ... tn. emu t.i in nit; mini in rt'siucuu) of Lexington. Testimony revealed the fact that month by month the milk furnished by this dairyman got worso and at Jimes tested 33 -3 per cent water. Woman 106 Tears Old Thought to be Near Death. Whilesburg, Dec. 1. Serious ill ness has overtaken tho aged Aunt Chrissie Stallnrd, whq celebrated her I0d birthday anniversary nt Bil liard, Letcher County, a few months ngo. Injuries received from a fall some timo ngo have hastened her present condition. She is not ex- pecled to live many days. Break Ground for Government Building On the 1st, the breaking of the ground for tho now government building at Jackson was celebrated. A large crowd wns present to wit ness the ceremony. A number of enthusiastic speeches were made. The band furnished the music. Tho building is Jo cost 8100,000. It Is to be built of stone and brick and will be completed in six months ns per the contrnct. Poultry Show Opens. The Owensboro Poultry Show was thrown open to tho public at noon on tho 1st, under the most flatter ing conditions. There nre over 500 chickens on displny, represent ing a groat many varieties of well bred fowls. Quarantine to be Lifted Secretary of Agriculture, Houston sent n telegrnm to Gov. McCrenry telling him that the Federal quaran tine against the interstate shipment of cattle will be lifted from eighty of tho ISO counties of the Slato with in a very short time. Iwestern nnd middle western terri tory was ordered when the Interstate Commerce Commission sus pended now tariffs filed by western oarriers to become elTectivo today. Under the commission's ruling tho 'new schedules and tho various regu lations and charges for special service included in tho tariffs can not become effective before March 31, 1015, having been postponed '"pending hearing and decision there on." In a general way the Western car riers sought to advance ra'tes in conformity with advances recently applied for by eastern carriers in the 5 per cent freight i nto case now before the on rehearsing becauso emergencies said to have arisen from tho European war. ed co eo com-mitt- Desperate Valor Averts Disaster at Lodz, THE SITUATION IN POLAND It Is Now Asserted Thst the Kalssr's Armies Are In a Much Mors Favor able Position and That a New Ad vance en Warsaw Is In Preparation On the Western Battle Front the Lull In the Fighting Continues. Berlin, Dec. 1. No apprehension Is In official circles here as to the position of the German armies In Po land. On the contrary, there Is a strong belief that Marshal von Hlnden- burg and General von Mackenzen, after escaping a gigantic ambush, have taken the offensive with fresh troops' from East Prussia and are renewing the advance toward Warsaw, It la declared that the danger of a Russian Invasion or Poien and Silesia Is definitely removed and that Russia will be feroed to a defense of Warsaw and the cities along the Polish Vistula. felt Bii"-ffPIC3ammm- ';' s"xr28mHBmmmm m. con-soien- co (Continued on pige Eight.) London, Dec. 1. Without decisive result the fighting In Poland continues. Petrograd admits unofficially that the London, Dec. King George has Germans, by desperate valor, broke through a Russian trap at Lodt, but In- gone to visit arm; headquartara In exchange Greetings sists that the kaiser's armies are France. He will in broken and that defeat Is all- - they with President Pi: tare while ou the continent. hope for. Berlin announces officially that a German army has begun an attack eutb of the Vistula, toward Lowlscz, THE KAISER IN ACCORD but says nothing of the battle at Lodt. UnoAclally It is asserted that the GerWITH HIS CHANCELLOR man armies are In a much more favorable position and that a new advance on Warsaw can be expected from Marshal von Hlndenburg, ss Operations In Belgium and France Birthday Coniratiilatlus are desultory and unimportant, with no development apparent of the ex Fttlint. pected German attack at Arras. Two Significant Interview. Berlin, 'Dec 1. Dr. von Bethmann-riollweCrown Prince Frederick William of the German Imperial, chanGermany says In a press Interview cellor, has received from Emperor Wilthat "undoubtedly this Is the most liam this birthday telegram: stupid, senseless and unnecessary war "As the head of the German empire of modern times." He declares that I come to your excellency with conGermany was forced to fight He asks gratulations of a. particular kind. If It Is possible for Americans to be- Luck Is necessary to pilot the ship of lieve that he Is capable of stealing art state through stormy times Into the treasures or sanctioning looting. harbor, and for this purpose ProviGeneral Joffre, commander In chief dence employs men who know bow to of the allied armies, tellB the news- fight firmly and steadily and to keep paper correspondent at Meaux that welfare of the fatherland In mind "this Is a war for humanity and the the the great aim is accomplished. until final triumph will be ours." France "Among those men your excellency will do her duty until final success occupies first place. The German peocomes, he adds. ple know it and I know It God bless France adds to the color scheme of your work. Wllhelm." documentary explanation of the causes The chancellor replied as follows: of the war by Issuing a yellow paper "I beg to be permitted to thank your which places the responsibility upon most respectfully Austria and Germany, and states that majesty of my heart for the from the birthday bottom Great Britain and France were ready Joy which has been given me adopt means of settlement, but were majesty's gracious telegram. by your to rebuffed by the Germanic allies. In Berlin have "My Impressions There Is a report in Montevideo that German a British fleet and a German fleet are shown me a newbe one nation which with its kaiser not far apart In the south Pacific. A knows Itself Into our fortunes, In Its conIn Its trust naval battle Is expected soon. fidence In a final victory of our Just cause, and tn the firm decision to hold on till this victory la won. Preparing For Winter. "May God hear my prayer that I be From whatever caime, the German permitted to assist my Imperial maseffort in the western theater of war ter and my nation powerfully to obtain has relaxed. It Is officially announceJ victory." .,, that their forces In Belgium are enIn France ARE PREPARING tirely on the defensive. TO ATTACK their attacks have been desultory and have lacked power. There Is an impression here that the allies are about Russian Porta in Danger From Qermsn Fleet. to take the offensive In Belgium and Copenhagen, Dec. 1. The German northern France, and that a great attack by the French and British may be fleet Is becoming lively In the Baltic. looked for In the event of a great Rus- Scandinavian and Russian dlspatcbea sian triumph In Poland. Indicate that preparatlona are being Unofficial reports are that the Ger- made for a striking blow against Rusmans are preparing for a winter cam- sian ports, entering the Gulf of Finpaign In nelglum and France. Heavy land and possibly the bombardment guns, provisions, winter clothing, am- of Petrograd. munition and hospital accessories are being poured Into the German bases by the tralnload. The official report WINNERS OF BEREA'S THANKSstates that there was calm everywhere GIVING CONTESTS xcept near Arras, and even there the Ono inilo walk: Ambrose, Acad fighting was not heavy. emy, 1st; Murrel, Vocational, 2nd. The Russian Report. 100-y- d. Dash: Powers. 1st: Cor The Army Messenger of Petrograd, yell,' 2nd. Iloth Academy. the organ of the Russian army, pubSack Ilace: Dorsette, 1st; Tamayo, lishes the following reaume of the gen2nd. Iloth Academy. "On the eral situation: Potato Ilaco for Girls: Won hy front the fighting continues with the advantage turning to our side. Our Normal department; represented hy cavalry Is close at the heels of the Misses Story, Sternberg and Picklo- enemy, who Is retreating, abandoning simer. the wounded and much ammunition. Hop Skip and Jump: Clarkston, Our men are tn pursuit energetically Vocational, 1st; Bailey, Academy, and are preventing the Germans from 2nd. faetenlng upon positions which they Bicycle Ilace: P. Smith, Faculty, might find In their retreat. On the German front all of the operations 1st; Perkins, Academy, 2nd. Three Milo Ilun: Childs, Founda We have terminated successfully. continue to drive the Austrians toward tion, 1st; Crouch, Academy, 2nd. Cracow and beyond the Carpathians. Standing Ilroad Jump: L. Creech, Despite the Intense frost which la Academy. hampering our offensive, we are proTennis: F.ugene Marsh. gressing victoriously. Several continThree-legged Ilaco: Fieldor and gents are already abreast of Cracow, Iiurkhart, Academy, 1st; Gibson and turning It on the south side, fna Fats, 2nd. morale of our troops la excellent." Tho Zigzag contest was won by (Continued on page Six) tho Normal girls. t Ei-pre- g. Russo-Prus-sla- n Winter Term Opens January 6, 1915 aHMamH L J ... ,4mVa - fc rage Two. THANKSQIVINO TRK CITIZEN December 3, 1014. Thanksgiving wns observed in Herca with tho usual zeal and duo respect to tho original purposo of A family newtpspsr far all that la right, true and intaresung. tho occasion. At 0:30 all departments met in mbllahfct rry ThnriViy t Dtf, Kjr. front of Ladles' Hall for the procesFere a publishing co. sion to the Chapel. This wns head (Incorporate,!) ed by President Frost and Dr. f WM. C. FROST. Creegan. followed by tho Faculty CM. WtRTENBEKGER. Manaafof Edrtee body, then tho College seniors in F. O. BOWMAN, AMbUM Maiutw their caps and gowns, and tho deSubscription Ratos partments of the school in their re rAYAflUtlN AOVANCH ! One Yfr spective order. . fix Month! JJ Month lTirre The rhapel service was in charge r or Kxprta Money of Dr. Iloberts and breathed the true Send monty ly Order. Draft, Rrglaterrd Utter, or one and two Thanksgiving spirit. Rev. Brown cMatampi. The dte after your name on label anowa to of tho Methodist Church led in wtiat dte your aulwcripllon i pain, ii u la noi prayer, after which the choir sang cnanirrd within three weekt after renewal a beautiful anthem of praise. Tho MlMlnr number will be itladly aupplled If we sermon of I ho morning wns by Dr. arenounen. to any who obtain new Liberal termi g1en mi mrir.tlnn tnr ttm. Anv one aendinff nil four Charles C. Crocgan of Hatlio Creek, AND ALL THE FAMILY early bcrlptlonf can tereUeTheCitlien free Mich. He spoko in part of patriotlOtmmKeii ior one yrnr. Two and a half million readers find it of AdTfrtWngrateaon application. ism and peace and mado a most efabsorbing interest. Everything in it Is fective and impressive address. Mixaaa or Written So You Can Understand It Following tho preaching came the We aell 400,003 copies every month without Rivina premtuma and have no aohcitors. Any Meeting In which every ono newadealer Pralso will ahow you a copy: or write the was invited to tell what he had to pubtutier for fret Mm pie a postal will do. ho thankful for, and to testify to SI. SO A YEAR 15c A COPY God's bounty in the year past. A Popular Mechanics Magazine great number took part and the Ha. asionnan Jtva., CHICACO testimonies wcro varied and somo KRNTOCKY IRIWS ASSOCIATION. of them really thrilling. During tho THE HEALTH MASTER Mo Whisker Advertisements! meeting Mr. Henry Lcngfellner, a (Continued from pago 1) News Itemil Ho Immodest native of Germany, proposed that Dcrea College suggest that President of the ban of silence no plan could WHAT SOME BEREA STUDENTS Wilson uso his influence to bring be niooled, no campaign formulated ARE DOING about an armistice among the to check his inroads. So ho grew Bradloy, Ky. forces in Kuropo during tho great and ever greater, and his November 10, 19U Christmas season. This was second blood , hunger fierce and ever Dr. Cloyd N. McAllister, ed by Treasurer Osborne, a native moro fierce, and his scarlet trail Bcrca, Ky. of England, and unanimously ap wound in and out among the homes Dear Sir: proved. of tho people, manifest even to those In reply to your letter of Uie 2nd The early part of tho afternoon eyes which most sedulously sought I will was devoted to the contests and var in regard to my school work, to blind themselves against it. try to tell you a few of the details. ious sports in which all the depart slay Seldom m district ments of the school took part. Under outright. did the Monster claws Wo have a But where his school at Ivyton, Magoffin Co, Ky. tho very efficient management of clutched or his fangs pierced, a slow I am principal and Miss Maltio Trim- Prof. Cromer and Veo Douglas, venom crept through the veins, and ble is my assistant. Miss Trimblo gymnasium director, this proved a life was corroded at its very has been teaching the girls domestic greater event by far than on any Nor was this tho worst. science. I have been leaching previous Thnnksgiving. There was Once the blight fell upon ono mem and Agriculture, also man- a keen but kindly spirit of rivalry ber of a houshold, it might corrupt, ual training. In regard to the man- which mado all tho events unusual- by hidden and subtle ways, the ual training, first wo went to a ly interesting. Miss Bess DeUord others and innocent, who knew not mill near the school and got tie was "Queen of the May" and pre workbench. sented the winners with their rib- of tho curse overhanging them. lumber to build us a "Upon tho foolish, the reckless, We made our bench at the school-bous- e. bons. There was a football game and the erring the Monster most few tools from tho latter part of the afternoon I took some readily fastened himself. But man my home and the boys brought some the Vocational and Academy nor woman nor child was exempt. homes. Then wo began departments which was interesting Necessity from their drove young girls, strug our work. The boys would bring thruout, and won by tho Academy. gling and shuddering, into tho Mon lumber from their homes. We obIn tho evening camo tho festivi- ster's very Jaws. The purity of a tained some lumber from tho store, ties of the day. Each department child or a Galahad could not always such as boxes, and frames for lard had its own function in its re which save from tho serpent-strok- e cans. We mado a tool chest and spective dining room which was sped from out the darkness." placed a lock on it to keep our tastefully decorated for tho oc "Ono moment. Strong." broke in tools secure. Wo worked at re- casion. A most excellent dinner Mr. Clyde. "You've read this besomecesses and noon hours and had been prepared, thanks to Miss fore?" times after school. Most all tho Sperry, matron of tho dining hall "I know what is in it, if that is Four There was an abundance of good boys were eager to work. what you mean. Why?" could work at tho bench all tho things to eat and prevailing spirit ".Nothing," hesitated tho other. time, and some of them would be of good fellowship. The programs glancing toward his wifo and her mnklntr thines with their knives. in each department consisted of mother. "Only, I suspect it isn't We mado book cases, coat hangers, toasts and musical numbers. In tho going to bo pleasant." Hill-mtowel racks, broom holders, tie college department, Mr. James "It isn't pleasant. It's true." racks, a model gate, match cases was toastmaster, in the AcadGrandma Sharpless laid down her things. emy, Mr. Leonard Fielder, in tho and several other cards. "Lot him go on, Tom," sho Ono of my boys, Mr. Arthur Trim Normal, Prof. Smith, in tho Voca- said decisively. "We havo no ban ble, mado a book caso and won first tional, Mr. Eugene Pugh, and in tho of silence in this house." Drizo on it, (85) at tho county Foundation, Mr. Thomas Parker. At a nod from Clyde, the Health school fair. Prof. Clark and Sec All the programs were Master continued: Vaughn were two of the judges at and displayed good ability. Always the taboo of silence tho fair. They can tell you some After the dinner there wero sev- hedged tho Monster about and pro tools used by eral socials mostly departmental thing about it. Tho tected him; and men secretly re the bby in making tho prize book which marked tho closo of a really volted against it, ret were restrain as follows, one jack plane, great day. case are cd from speech by the fear of public a smoothing plane, two squares, a Tho weather throughout the day dishonor. So, in lime, ho camo to lack knife, braco and bit. hammer was such as to add to the pleasure have a Scarlet Court of Shame, with old of being alive. and a chisel (mado out of an his retinuo of slaves, whoso duly it flat 1110.1 CELwas toprocuro victims for his inBEREA I'am enclosing a kodak picture THE EBRATESGRADED SCHOOL satiate appetite. But this service THANKSGIVING that we made a few days ago. I am History loves to relate tho event availed his servitors nothing in for standing at tho corner of the house bearance, for, sooner or later, his with my coat on. Tho largest boy of tho first Thanksgiving day of breath of fiery venom blasted and at tho bench is Mr. Arthur Trimble, our Pilgrim fathers and mothers, them, one and all. the ono that mado tho prize book and honor them as tho founders of withered "One rufugo only did tho people case. Ho told mo that ne never liberty in our land. But wo wonder seek against the Monster. At every wanted to go to school until this if the people of Berea will remem- -, doorpost of the city stood a veiled year and now he does not want to ber our first Thanksgiving at tho supposed Goddess and miss a single day. This is his Berea.Graded School, We hope that statue of tho Protectress of tho Household, wor carpenter tools. they may. first work with The nennant that you can see hang With an army of two hundred and shiped under tho name of Modesty, twenty enthusiastic boys and girls, and to her tho peoplo appealed for ing on tho wall was mado at tho school house. Thero are sovcral wo celebrated our first Thanksgiv- succor and protection. Also they other boys in school just llko Mr. ing day in our new home, tho Berea invoked her vengeance against such Trimble, there Is nothing that will Graded school. Tho program tookt as spoko tho name of tho Monster, penalties up most of the afternoon, every boy and bitter wcro tho keen them away. wrought upon these in her name. parWo did our work in tho school and girl being represented. Tho house vard. under tho shade trees ents who camo out had tho pleasure Nevertheless thero aroso martyrs Wo were pressed for time. The boys of seeing their own boys and girls whoso tongues could not bo silenced by any fear. wanted to put In every moment at appear in somo exercises. "Ono was n bravo priest who Only a week was spent in prepa- noon hours. tho Sloou ,n ",3 I'"1'"1 unasiiamuu aim Wo aro now nt present working ration for tho program. But the tho road in front of tho school work dono by the boys and girls sPko tho terrible truth of the Mon-i- n house. Tho boys are taking an act-5that short time, should bo sler- - bidding ,lls hearers arise and hand at that, and I think wo are enough to convince our friends that ,mn'1 themselves together and etriko a blow for their homes and their going to havo a good road when wo wo can, and are doing something. dear ones. But tho people hurried cet it finished. I. II. Long. forth in dread, and sought refuge I havo tried to give you a few of before the Veiled Idol; and the tho details of our school and did prest's words rang hollow in tho not try to exagcralo anything. empty tabernacle; and his church months of Four and one-ha- lf was deserted and crumbled away school is frono and I havo my first in neglect, so that the fearful said: ono to punish, while last year they "'Heboid jtho righteous wrath whipped tho teacher out and ho which follows tho breaking of tho quit the school at the end of four prescribed silence.' months. 4 nn In n Innrn nA n tut nlnna I havo been a student at Bereaand " . ALLKN "37" 8800 we I hope to bo a student thero again town want id.iike DKAi.KH in ..rt. sician anu neaier garnered mo In Southern territory la voiltiir mUl aiuouli Mm In IIia milr somo day. Wishing you and the Vlirlnla, Southern Ohio, adjjcti.t entire fetale W. ? lodUna and cl Kentucky to take on our line of LEWIS, ALLEN ketplaCO to give UlCin SOleijm Wam-ao- il school much success, I am, MJ.TZ autoinulllra. Our car fehLL icood, ngfllnst tllO MoilStCr and lllS (Ton! aatlify tbe owner., and u nuke IIOSEV. Yours very truly, MTJ upi alo one at 9S. Thia It a good cbanca B.llt wnriW hi scarlet slaves. 0. W. Calu for an ntablubed Auto Dealer to tike on iulk.llln(c line ol popular can. or for a live returned Upon himself, and llO Wa9 Wars and murders would bo less lllSTLKIt with a little money and backing to Kit Into bualnewi. Write dm frequent if nobody mado money by cjulik a l Britiiartlculart to the Factory Hrrtula- - branded With Shame as 0110 wllO woisllliiod nnl tlin Vfileil UOUUtSS, Ilea the manufacture of gun powder and tMinn KENTON ilOTOKH CXJarANV, Sl-and was presently driven forth from bt., ctwiiinati, obio. shooting irons. ff The Citizen BACK TO THE BIBLE 3NAL Tha trua man of aelanea la alao a man of faith. Ha. aa wall aa the Chrta. ttan bellaver, walka In tha light of tha avldtnca of many things unaeen, and satlaflaa Ma mind with tha aubatanoa of many thing hoped for." O. FMder-Ic- k Wright, LU D., F. O. H. A. AN ANCIENT LITERARY ERA DISCOVERED SlNMfSQKE (Dy E. O. SELXEIia, Acting Olraotor Sun day School Course, Moody Illbla InaU tuta, Chicago.) Lesson ... ... POPstmR MECHANICS MAGAZINE For Father and Son con-lendi- ng two-roo- well-sprin- Hor-licultu- ro en (Egyptologist; Mambtr Archaeological Inatltute of America; Author of "Tha Deciding Voice of the Monumanta In Biblical Crltlelam;" Preildent Board of Foreign Missions, United Presbyterian church.) She waa a woman with a basket, bling, In which some of tho tablets probably not a prepossessing woman, were broken up by the natives in order but who can say to distribute their valuo around what a veiled wom- among themselves, tho wholo lot wm an may ber Tho divided for tho most part between the basket waa a very Hrltlsh museum, tho Horlln museum ugly, dirty, mi- and the Cairo museum, with a few sshapen basket. scattered elsewhero. The woman's All this tlmo no ono had read the work waa usually tablets, but expectation concerning; very dusty and waa them was not disappointed. disagreeable, but brought to the world of IllbloTbua students this tlmo she filled the tablets, the most her basket with Important discovery for tho land of the some clean, hard, Dook slnco tho beginning ot archaeoflat cakes of dried logical research there. These tablets mud and went tell us more about tho ancient political away to her village geography of Canaan than all other to beat them Into sources put together; they have made dust and scatter known to us that the old Canaanlte the dust as ferti- languago was In reality Hebrew, or lizer over ber the Hebrew, Canaanlte; that the peasbeds of leeka and ant speech of that day was practically onlona and other things good to eat Identical with the peasant speech ot How many of theso tablets she had at the land now; that the official lanready pulverized and grown Into guago of Canaan then was the n onions, no ono will ever know. This and tbo method of writing, tha tlmo a man saw her basket load and wedge-shapewriting called cuneifelt a curiosity about these queer lit- form; that, though Canaan was then tle cakes of clay. He bought them all a province of Egypt, so great was the for a trifle and showed them to an Ilabylonlan Influence In the land that Egyptian who bought and sold antiqui- official correspondence with the Egypties, and he bought them for another tian Imperial government was In the trifle. He could not Imagine what they Babylonian tongue and method of might be, but thought they surely writing; that thus early, 150 years bewere something. He went to an Amer- fore the tlmo ot Moses, there was ican friend, the Heverend Cbauncy great literary advancement among Murch. He saw at a glance that the even tbe people ot Canaan, with a mud cakes were tablets covered with wide diffusion of education among all writing of the the wedge-shapeclasses; and, last of all. that there was and Assyrians. Ite could not ruling at Jerusalem a line ot kings read the writing, but he knew that with titles strangely like the title of such tablets found In Egypt must be Melchlsedek. "without father andwlth-ou- t Important and at once glvo Informamother." tion to the world of scholars. In a few Such wa the discovery of the TeV weeks the enterprlio of museum authorities, the cupidity of native an- elAmarna, tablets. It waa the opentiquity dealers and even International ing of a door Into another and much Jealousies were stirred up over tbeae older ancient literary world In Dlble little bits of clay to an amaxlnc de- lands. (Copyright. 1114. by Joaeph D. Bowles.) gree. After some unseemly squab Ilaby-IoniaDabjr-lonla- By MELVIN QROVH KYLE, O. D., Ll D. LESSON FOR DECEMBER 6 CHRIST IS. RI8EN FROM THE DEAD. Mark 11:1-- I.KSSON THXT Matt. 2S:11. OOI.nr.N TnXT Why aeek y tha II v. In among the dead? lie la not here, but la rlnen. Luke 2i:l, S. Tho death of Christ made a profound Impression, I.uko 23:18, 49. Joseph, ho hsd been a secret disciple, obtained tho body nnd Rare It burial, In the lesson selected Mark 18: for today we have, first, Mark's record of the discovery of the resurrection by the women, and, second, Matthew' record of how his enemies dealt with that facL I. The Resurrection Morn, Mark 18:1-8- . The Sabbnth ended at sundown nnd the shops wero then opened. Magdalcno Mary then purchased spleen that they might anoint the dead body Of Jesus. They mar have paid the tomb n visit late on (Saturday see Matt. 28:1 It. Vi Starting tho next morn, "w hile It was yet dark," John 20;1, they came to the tomb to perform their last service of gratitude and love. He had no need ot this service, Matt. 16:21; 20:19; however. It was acceptable snd they were rewarded by receiving the first glimpse of the risen Lord. Women's Love Genuine. Tbo reason they did not expect to see a risen Jesus was In their failure to listen to and to ponder on his words. Tho men also failed to comprehend the note of his resurrection Inwhich he so frequently sounded. deed, the report of these same women Is by these men considered "as Idle talcs," Luke 21:11. The women appear In a better light than tbe men In this story The women, especially Mary Magdalene, loved much because he had done so much for them. Tha extent and the genuineness of their affection Is found In that they went to the tomb to serve Jesus when apparently hope had fled and faith waa blighted. I Cor. 13:8 II. V. Their visit wss tho fulfillment of their ministry of love, yet It reveals tbe darkness of their minds. This waa common to all of his followers. Approaching the tomb they are confronted by a new difficulty "Who shall roll away the atone t" The words of verse four aro elcnlncant "Looking up, they see that the stone Is rolled bsck." Am. It. V. This undoubtedly refers to the situation of the tomb and 42-4- his own placo into tho wilderness. "Then there came into the hall of tho City Fathers a woman with disheveled hair and tear-wochecks, who beat upon her breast and cried: "'Vengeance, O Wiso and Great Onesl My son, my littlo son went In the public baths, ami thevenomof the Monster was upon tho waters, and my son is blind forever. What will e do, that others may not suf' rn for my grief?' an well-arrang- ed vn Dealers Wanted ""- - 1 money-nukln- t "And the Wise and Great Ones spoke together and said: "'Surely this woman is mad that sho thus fowls her lips.' And they drove her out of their presence. "From among their own number there camo a (error and a portent For their Leader, who had been stricken in youth, but thought him country. self to havo thrown off tho toils of 'The stricken city is your city. tho Monster, roso in his placo and 'The Monster coils at your doorspoko in a voice that piped and way, lying in wait for your loved ones; and no prudence, no precaushook: " 'Becauso no man taught mo in my tion, no virtue can guard them safeunripe days, I strayed into the paths ly asainsl his venom so long as tho of tho Scarlet One. For tho space of Silence of Prudery holds sway." Dr. Strong let tho newspaper fall a generation I hoped; but now the clutch is on mo again, and I dlo. on his lap, and looked slowly from Seo to it, 0 my Fellows, that our face to faco of tho silent little group. "Need I tell you tho namo of tho youth no longer perish in . their destroyer?" ho asked. ignorance.' "Not me." said Mrs. Clyde in a low "So ho passed out from tho placo monster, of honor; and tho strength of his tone. "It is a mind and his body was loosened un- isn't it?" til ho died. But, rather than vio-la- to Tho Health Master nodded. "And the taboo, tho Wiso and Great becauso wo all fear to utter tho Ones gave a false namo to his death, words 'venereal disease,' our childand ho was buried under a graven ren grow up in tho peril of tho Monster whoso two allies aro VIco and lie. "Finally there camo lo tho Coun- Ignorance." "Ono editor in Ibis town, at least, cil Hall ono with tho fire of martyrhas somo gumption," commented dom in his eyes. "Though I perish,' ho said, 'I and Grandma Sharpies, peering over mine, yet will I speak tho truth for her spectacles at tho sheet which once. My daughter I havo given in Dr. StrongMiad let fall. "Which pamarriage, and tho Monster has en- per is it?" Tho tered Into tho house of her mnrri-og- e, "None, if you must know. nnd from henceforth sho must fact is, I read that allegory into tho go, a maimed creature, sexless and nowspnper, nol out of it." 'Then it wns your own?" asked childless, lo tho end of her days. ' Shame upon this city, hat it en- Mrs. Clyde. dures such shamo; for my daughter "Such as it is, mlno own. Hut tho inspiration came from this headline" is but one of many.' "The shamo bo yours,' replied tho Ho pointed to n legend In heavy Fathers, 'that you bring scandal up- typo: on your own. Go forth Into cxilo, DIVORCE IN THE INSIDE SET in tho name of tho Veiled Goddess, After Six Months ot Marriage, Mrs. Modesty, beneath whoso statue wo Bartley Starr Seeks Freedom-Nat- ure J meet.' of Charges not Hade , "Hut the man slrodo forward, and Fubllo with a violent hand plucked tho voil "Do you know what is back of it, from the statue. Strong?" asked Clyde. '"Not tho Protectress of Homes,' "Tho ruin of a life. Hartley Starr ho cried, 'but tho ally of tho Mon has been a 'rounder.' With the ster. Not tho Goddess, Modesty, curso of his vires upon him ho mar- but Iht sham sister, Prudery. Down iiicd n young and untaught girl." Ho I repeated with false gods!' with slow significance a "So saying, ho threw tho idol to Ipassago from tho allegory. 'Tho the ground, where it was shattered j Monster entered into tho houso of into n thousand pieces. With those her uiarriiigo, and from henceforth pieces tho Fathers stoned him to sho must go, a maimed creature, death. sexless and childless, to tho end of "Dut in many households that her days." great-grandsons two-head- ed night there wns a baring of tho Veiled Idol. And over, behind the folds, was revealed not tho puro gao of the True Goddess, but tho simper and leer of Prudery, mulo accomplice of Shamo. 'Thus did tho city awake. Fearfully it gathered its forces; tremblingly It prepared its war upon tho Hut tho Monster is Monster. Its venom runs through the blood of tho people, poisoning it from generation lo generation so that neither tho grandsons nor tho of Ihoso who stoned the martyr to the falso Goddess shall escape tho' curso. Tho Prophet has said it: "Even unto tho third and the fourth generations." "Do to fnbnln narratur; of YOU is the fablo narrated. 'Tho Land of Parables Is your their approach thereto, yet the fact remains that "looking up" most of our Let us be difficulties aro removed. constantly "looking unto him." It Las been suggested that God rolled away tbe atone, not that Jesus might get put, but rather that tbe women might 'get Mary found two angels sitting, In. ono at tho head and one at the foot, where the body had lain, John 2011, 12, and the two disciples to whom she reported found the linen cloth and the napkin and "believed," John 20 2 P. Tho women were overwhelmed with perplexity and, like Peter and John, "knew not the Scripture that he must rise again from tho dead." The message, "He Is risen; he Is not here," waa the sounding forth of a message as great and aa glorious as that sounded by tho angela on the night of hla birth. Buch experience and such knowledge entails a definite burden of responsibility, therefore tho logics) message and command of verse seven. This Is also In accord with tho Savior's Isst earthly message, Mark 16:15; MatL 28:18-20- . It Is natural for us to linger In silent meditation at the place of our greatest revelation or of our deepest soul experiences, but these women are urged to "go quickly." The message of salvation la too Important to brook any .delay. 8pread Falsa Tale. II, The Watch at the Stpulcher, Evidentand 28:11-1Matt 27:62-6ly the manner ot ble death and bis reported prophecies aa to tho resurrection mado an impression upon the enemies of Jesus. This guard Is an expression of the ultimate antagonism of tho priests and rulers. Aa this, the morn of tho first day ot the week, approached the gusrd saw tho vision of the angel nnd In ita presence became aa dead men. When later they had recovered they hastened Into the city and reported to tho priests theifact ot the coming: ot the angel and that the stone, upon which the seal rested, had Ilrlbcd, they spread been removed. abroad tho tale that the disciples had stolen bis body. Tho falseness ot such a ta!o Is evidenced by tho fact that tho rankest lnflde haa not tho temerity to make such claim today. Tho resurrection, as Paul affirms, Is the declaration that Jesus Is the Son ot God. It la a vindication of hla supremacy and of tbe supremacy ot the spiritual over the natural. We do well to omphaslie hla birth, and to dwell much upon bis death, yet both of theso have no essential value apart from the resurrection. Apart from this and tho cross Is no more than end of a the tragic and life that failed. Connecting tbe crosa with this" demands that every thoughtful man should study It carefully. Tbo resurrection demonstrates that h finished tbe work ot redemption. an-gel6 g O December 3, 1914. THE CITIZEN Pa Thre. O 0 by' nil Iho principal railroads in Kenluckv. "Farmers' W'cek" Is Iho first of the Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special ten weeks winter courso In agrl Investigator culliiro which courso is especially designed to meet llio needs of busy THE FOLLOWINO ORDER WAS IS- er, or when Iho germs enter It from fanners who can devote only n lim Ihn hands that bavo been associated ited amount of tlmo lo agricultural LIVE SUED BY KENTUCKY OVER A MILLION AND A HALF with aclivo cases of typhoid. Ono college work. STOCK SANITARY BOARD, WOMEN WORK AS FARM HANDS germ In n pall of milk will multiply Particulars regarding Iho Individ- THE FARMER8 THE CU8T0DIAN8 NOVEMBER 33, 1914. IN THE UNITED BTATE8. In such ureal numbers as to infect ual association meetings and llio OF THE NATION'8 MORALITY. "Animals of nil klmls may bo ,1110 wjiola family and nil customers comnctlvo exhibits, premium lists, By Peter Radford etc., may bo oblnlned by addressing shipped In elenn and disinfected in n very short time. Lecturer National Farmer' Union. Cooperation of Church, 8ehool and Sta tho Agricultural Experiment cars from olenn nml disinfected press Enentlal to Community Our government never faced so treTHANKS cnuiilios pons, in lion, Lexington, Kentucky. mendous a problem as that now lying Building. Many farmers arc thankful for Iho Kentucky, clirccl to In llio Stnlo of dormant at the doors of congress and Mangjilcr linuscn within ttio slate, rnin wo had Sunday and Sunday WAR ADDS A BILLION DOLLARS the legislatures, and which, when night. By Peter Radford for Immcillaiu slaughter; but said aroused, wilt shako this nation from TO THE VALUE OF OUR CROPS The fodder lias boon loo dry to lecturer National Farmer' Union. center to circumference, and make MilmaU must not bo unloaded an. I as lo the The church, the press and the school civilization hldo Its face In shame. held In public pens. Fat hogs may gather corn and snvo much of the Tho following statement Is the tlmo to toko effect of Iho war on Iho valuo of form a triple alliance of progress be unloaded Into clean and disin- fodder. Now that That problem Is women In the field. The last census reports fected wagons from railroad cars In ndvanlago of Iho damp fodder and American crops is taken from tho guides the destiny of every commun show we nowfederal 1,514,000 women counties, and may get It all In or lo n central point current issue of Farm and Hrc Ity, state and nation. Without them working In thehave field, most of them expect lo feed 11. It Is side: civilization would wither and die and be transported In slaughter houses. whero you much better, my dear farmers, to do "There can ho no doubt that this through them life may attain Its great south of the Mason and Dixon line. Live as well as dressed poultry may were all tho feeding inside so as to save year's rise In prices on nccount of est blessing, power and knowledge. There slaves approximately a million negro working In the fields be moved from one Tho manure is tho Iho war will bo no less than a bil ine tanners of this nation are greatly when liberated by the emancipation tho manure. enmity to another. Indebted to this social triumvirate for fertilizer you can ugo on your lion dollars. proclamation. We havo freed our Tills order Is intended especially best their uplifting Influence, and applo of tho American plowmen on behalf slaves and our women have taken and '"Cotton growers to provldo n moans for the move- farms. I want to I am glad lo rcjoico with my growers have been losers thus thank those engaged in these high their places In bondage. We have ment of fat hogs to slaughter houses, past season, far. Tho former may yet be callings for their uble and efficient broken the shackles off tho negroes nccepl-In- g farmer friends for the and nil railroad authorities to us such great delivered from their dimoullics, service, and I shall offer to tho press and welded them upon our daughters. shipments for tills purpose, nro which brought of Civilization. The Chain-Gancrops. Tho government reports, es- for cotton will keep if financial a series of articles on charged with seeing that animals A million women in bondage In the $831,000,-00- 0, timate Iho wheal crop at and housing arrangements aro made between these Important Influences southern fields form the chain-ganof arc cither unloaded directly, at the and Iho corn crop nl $1,005,000,-00- 0. for Us holding. Apples, too, will and the farmers In the hope of In civilization the Industrial tragedy slaughter houses, or into clean and to be keep, but Ihoy require storage, creasing the efficiency of all by mu of tho age. There is no overseer quite Don't you see we ought disinfected wagons, to be hauled to tual understanding and organized ef thankful and happy. so cruel as that of unrestrained greed, which cannot bo supplied for tho fort. We will take up, first, slaughter houses. the rural no whip that stings like the lash of occasion and tho applo harvest Is church. COWPEA HAY brief. The Farmers Are Great Church Build suborned destiny, and no auctioneer's WARNING I would bo glad for overy farmer block quite so revolting as that of or"On the whole, however, the ers. ganized avarice. Watch your cattle, sheep and hogs who can,' to go lo Mr. W. E. Wynn, American farmer stands to "win The American farmer Is the greatest The president of the United States Conway, and ask lo sec his cow-p- ea enormously by the Insanity of our church builder the world has ever for Iho appearance of tho was recently lauded by tho press, and hay. He has tho brightest and disease. In tho last issue of known. He Is the custodian of the very properly so, brethren in Europe. To bo sure, for suggesting mediTho Citizen the symptoms were best cowpca hay I have seen this the billion dollars is not clear again nation's morality; upon his shoulders ation between the engineers and railmentioned. If your cattle, sheep or year. He'll bo glad to tell you how It will bo realized only on our sur rests the "ark of the covenant" and road managers In adjusting their he Is more responsive to religious In schedule of time and pay. The engihogs seem to be sick and you arc lie gol such splendid hay. He plus. fluences than any other class of clt neers threatened to strike If their to put out 20 acres next year. unable, to know just what tho man who feeds grain thai lzenslilp. "The wages were not Increased from apIroublo is, will you please report to Ask him Iho valud of cowpca hay in U worth scventy-llv- o cents a bushel The farmers of this nation have proximately ten to eleven dollars per Mr. J. W. Hratclier, ono Mr. J. V. Newmnn, Chairman Slate feeding. is uol jubilant on account of tho built 120,000 churches at a cost of day and service reduced from ten to Live Stock Sanitary Board, Frank- mile east of Heron, wjll be glad to price. Ho can, however, study tho $750,000,000, and the annual contribu eight readjusthours fort, Ky or to your own county give his opinion on the value of balanced ration, sell the dear grains, tion of the nation toward all church ment of the and a similar overtime schedule. Our cowpea bay, also their value on the agent. There are Just four counties and buy the cheaper feeds, if such Institutions approximates $200,000,000 women are working In the field, many por annum. The farmers of the Uni of them barefooted, for less than GO in Kentucky whore tho disease Is ground. tbcro are, economize on all feed- ted States build 22 Let's keep it found at prt'sont. stuffs, use his brains, and make his There are 20,000,000 churches per day, cents per day, and their schedule is NOTES rural church com' the rising sun and the evening star, under control. surplus larger. Keep up tho fences this winter. munlcants on the farm, and 54 per and after the day's work la over they "Whilo tho war prices last is a cent of the total membership of all milk the cows, slop the hogs and rock HUMAN HEALTH AND Watrh brood sows closely, they lime to pay debts and accumulate churches resldo In the country. the baby to sleep. Is anyone mediatDISEASE AND TYThe farm Is the powerhouse of all ing over their problems, and to whom for tho slump which is likely to need caro and attention. progress and the birthplace of all that shall they threaten a strike? PHOID FEVER como when tho wnr is over." Is noble. The Garden of Eden was Congress has listened approvingly Tho anxiety lhat lias been exHave sail handy for the cows also In the country and the man who would to those who toll at the forge and bepressed in several quarters In re- plenty of good, clean, clear water. WHY NOT EAT AN APPLE A DAYT get close to God must first get close hind the counter, and many of our gard to the effect upon human health to nature. statesmen have smiled at the threats Farm and Fireside says: of the presenl outbreak of the Do not keep "a cow thai tests beThe Function of a Rural Church. and havo fanned the flame of unrest "The people of the South are urg disease is regarded by low three per cent in butter fat. If the rural churches today are go among Industrial laborers. Hut womed as n matter of patriosm lo buy ing to governmonl authorities as somerender a service which this age en are as surely the final victims of what exaggerated. Tho most comIndustrial warfare as they are the Don't feed the sow for a day after cotton as a means of supporting the demands, there must be glutted market. 'Buy a halo' is tho between the religious, social and eco burden-bearer- s in the war between namon fear Is lhat tho milk supply she farrows but givo her drink. tions, and those who arbitrate and slogan. An excellent means of dis- nomic life of the community. might become contaminated. Milk The church to attain Its fullest meas mediate the differences between capifrom infected farms is not permitted Plowing when Iho soil is not in tributing the burden of carrying not forget to ho shipped at nil. It's best not proper condition is a waste of time cotton, if it could be carried into ure of success must enrich the Uvea tal and labor should any industry that are of the people in the community It when the expenses of effect. In mo the cow's, milk when she's not and liorso llosli. unnecessarily Increased, foots "Why not start tho slogan, 'Buy serves; It must build character; dcrcl the bill by drafting a new society well. consignment op thought and Increase the efficiency Keep the bog pons clean and dry. a barrel of apples'? Tho applo mark Tho danger of typhoid fever of human life. It must serve the so of women from the home to the field. el needs support no less than that cial, business and Intellectual, as well Pinch no Crumb From Women's Crust through Iho milk and water supply oi Bread. is more to be dreaded than the If you want to gel money out of for cotton, and those who buy will as the spiritual and moral side of life. No financial award can be made find the cost of living lessened. If If religion does not make a man more the tho farm, stop and think. disease through every man, woman, and child would capable, more useful and more Just, without someone footing the bill, and milk. Milk Is infected witli the tywe commend to accept the Lay your pains this winter and at an apple a day for a week it what good Is It? We want a practical responsibility of those who phoid germ when infected water is the distribution of Inreligion, one we can live by and farm to dilute it, or when the palls execute them in the spring, summer, would save the situation." ucd dustrial Justice, the still small voice of by. as well as die oy. and cans aro washed with such waU and fall. the woman In the field as she pleads Fewer and Better Churches. WHERE WILL NEXT YEAR'S SO for mercy, and we beg that they pinch BlesBed is that rural community PRIZE CONTEST stood that they will co in a bodv AGRICULTURAL T SEEDS COME FROM? which has but one place of worship. no crumb from her crust of bread or (or, if necessary, intwo groups) While competition is the life of trade. put another patch upon her ragged Farm and Fireside says: 306G St. NV. Washington, D. C garments. to the oxnxeriincnL field nccomnnni- It Is death to the rural church and "Outside of Utah, American beet moral starvation to We beg to November 17, 191 1 ed by ono of tho agricultural teachthe community. scream of that they listen eagle the on horror from the growers aro wondering whero they Petty sectarianism Is a scourge that ers and tho farm demonstrator, Win. 0. Frost. President at seeds for blights the life, and the church preju every American dollar that Is wrung will secure sugar-be- et Herca, Ky. least onco during tho fall term, and year. Tho American supply dice saps the vitality, of many com from the brow of tolling women and nt least onco dnrinir tbn snrinir term next hear the Goddess of Justice hiss at a My Dear President Frost: commun conies from Germany. In the Utah munities. An Of each year, and that llicy will rc- Ity U a crime against religion, a seri verdict that Increases tho want of I nm very anxious that Bcrea's fortunalo Held the growers were woman to satisfy the greed' of man. agricultural students as well as the celvo credit on thoir laboratory enough lo secure a supply before ous handicap to society and a useless The women behind the counter and spent on tlieso tax upon agriculture. region obtain all tho work for tho limo farmers of that In the factory cry aloud for sympathy tho war broko oul." While denominations are essential and the press thunders out in their trins. Of courso only the fall trio instruction and inspiration possible to and church pride commendable, the defense and the pulpit pleads for tho Held can be made in prepara from tho experiment Held near the tion of the papers for tho coming REMEMBER THIS ON WASH DAY high teaching of universal Christianity mercy, but bow about the woman In Silver Crock church. As on inspirIf the rural church Is to the field? Will not these powerful Tho following practical sugges must prevail ation to this end I wish lo offer priz- winter. fulfill Its mission to agriculture. exponents of human rights turn their This offer holds good year after tion for wash day is taken from an es as follows: We frequently have year as long as I live and condi- article on Iho subject in the cur churches In a community three orIsfour talent, energies and Influence to her which not relief? Will the Goddess of Liberty For tho best paper on tho work betions herein noted arc complied rent issuo of Farm and Fireside: able to adequately support one. Small enthroned at Washington hold the caling dono on tho abovo experiment "For fruit stains on table linen congregations attend services once a loused hand and soothe the feverish Held, tho principles underlying tho with by Herca Collego 'and stu or other whilo goods, boiling water month and all fall to perform the re- brow of her sex who sows and reaps work, tho results obtained, and the dents. Honing thai this offer will mcel is the best and safest remedy. ligious functions of the community. the nation's harvest or will Bhe permit lessons lo bo loamed from tho rewith a hearty response, and that It Slretch the slalned portion, boforo The division of religious forces and the male of the species to sbovo sults, I will give $5.00 lo bo applied may nrovo bonellc al lo all concron- - il is wet, over n pan or pail, and tho breaking into fragments of moral women weak and weary from the on school expenses of tho winner of Industry to the back aled, and that T may hear from you pour boiling water through it until efforts Is ofttlmes little less than a bread-linduo Berea Collego for tho spring very purpose leys of poverty? calamity defeats an early dato of its acceptance, tho stain disappears. It will not they seekand promote. the term followjng llio tlmo tho paper at to Women and Children First. take long, but tho water must bo The ovlls of too many churches can may bo written, with tho under I am, The census enumerators tell us that Sincerely yours actually boiling when it is taken be minimized by The of tho 1,514,000 women who work In the standing Hint this paper bo publishsocial and economic life of a rural fields as farm hands 409,000 are sixFrank Montgomery from tho fire. ed in tho Heron Citizen during tho community are respective units and teen years of age and under. What Is spring term. successfully divided by de- the final destiny of a nation whose fu paper I FARMERS' WEEK AT LEXINGTON 500,000,000 RATS IN THE UNITED cannot be For tho second best such nominational lines, and the churches ture mothers spend their girlhood days STATES The attention of all farmers and will givo 83.00 lo ho used in a simi can only occupy this Important field behind tho plow, pitching hay and lar way. Tho special honor for first slockmenis called lo tho "Farmers' and In Iho current issuo of Farm and by hauling manure, and what Is to become prizo is having tho paper published Week" to lie held at llio Konluoky Fireside a department called The efficient country church will of womanly culture and refinement tho In tho Citizen. Tills prizo money Agricultural Experiment Station, "Headwork Shop" devoted to prao definitely serve Us community by lead- that grace the home, charm society ing In all worthy efforts at community and enthuse man to leap to glory In must bo used by tho persons win- January Uh to Dili, 1015. tlcal suggestions mado by farmors ning it, and in tho spring term. "Farmers' Week" consists of a is given up to desoribing ways and building, in uniting the people In all noble achievements If our daughters endeavors for the gen- are In the society of the ox and Tbcro must, bo nt least flvo con- series of exercises and exhibits of means of gelling rid or rats. Tho eral welfare of the community and In the raised companionship of the plow? testants, and all must bo bona Ada intorest to farmers in tho various statement is mado by ono contribu- arousing a real love for country life In that strata the ages of students in the two year courso in branches of agriculture and includes tor that there aro on tho avorago and loyalty to the country home and sixteen and forty-fiv- between 950,000 womare llio annual conventions 0f tho Ken- 30 peoplo and 150 rats lo tho square these results can only be successfully en working as farm bands and many agriculluro at Herca Collego. Tho papers must bo forwarded to tucky Dairy Cattlo Club, Kentucky inilo in tho United States. Anoth accomplished by the united effort of of them with suckling babes tugme for Judging not lator than March Hoof Cattlo Breeders' Association. er contributor describes as follows the press, the school, the church and ging at their breasts, as drenched organized farmers. In perspiration, they wield the scythe lsl of each year. Mr. J. II. Arnold Stato Horso Breeders' Association, how to bell rals: and Prof. C. L. Goodrich, or two Kentucky Swino Breeders' Associa"Procuro a dozen littlo toy bells and guide the plow. What Is to be other competent men will help mo tion, Stalo Sheep Breedors' Associ- used for children's play lines, come of that nation where poverty Thanksgiving Among the Greeks. Judgo the papers. In Judging tho pa- ation, Kentucky Stalo Poultry As- a spool of wire, and any trap to held the grandest feast breaks the crowns of the queens of pers tho subject mailer will have a sociation, Kentucky Stalo Boo Keep catch them alive. Bait tho trap, and ofThe Greeks In honor nil the year of Deuieter, the home; despair burls a mother's weight of 80 per cont, and tho com- ers Association, Stato Horticultural catch as many as you can and let we gouuess oi me Harvest, nuu tue love from Its throne ana hunger drives position and neatness of tho pa- Society, and tho Kentucky Corn them get really hungry. Then empty Itomuns, who borroivoil most of their Innocent children from the schoolroom pers, 20 por ccnL Growers Association. Each club or tho rats into a barrel or box from customs from the (Jrecluns, also held a to tho hoe? The census bureau shows that lf5,- grand celebration In honor of the same Tho papers should contain from association, has its own program, which Ihoy cannot escape. 000 of these women are forty-fivgoddess, whose name, they changed 1500 to 2000 words and should bo participated in by its mcmbors and "Put on a heavy leather glove, years of age and accompanied by a complirchonsivo also by tho faculty of tho agricul- reaoh in, grab a rat by llio back, tu Ceres. They went In long proces more pitiful sight over. There Is no in civilization than diagram of tho fluid proparod by tho tural collego and by certain men and with wire fasten tho bell on sions to the fields, where they engaged these saintly mothers of Israel stooped In rustic sports mid crowned all of wrilors of tho papers respectively. from other states, of national or In- tho rat's neck and turn him loose. Itielr household gods with flowers. with age, drudging in the field from In order that tho students may ternational reputation in thoir ro- - Do tho samo with all you havo Both of these feasts were held In sun until sun and at night drenching havo opportunity to inform thorn-selv- spctivo lines. their dingy pillows with the tears of caught. In two days not a rat can detnalr as their aching hearts take on ho subject, it is under Reduced rates have been granted lo found." MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE THE RURAL NATQ R LABOR CHURCH PROBLEM ' I ed g It all to Ood In prayer. Civilization strikes them a blow when It should give them a crown, and their only friend Is ho who broko bread with beggars and said: "Come unto mo all ye that aro weary and heavy laden and I will give you rest" Oh, America! Tho land of the free and tho home of the brave, the world's custodian of chivalry, the champton of human rights and the defender of the oppressed shall we permit our maidens fair to be torn from the hearthstone by the ruthless hand of destiny and chained to the plow? Shall wo permit our faithful wives, whom wo covenanted with God to cher ish and protect, to be hurled from the homo to tho harvest field, and our mothers dear to be driven from tho otd arm chair to the cotton patch? In rescuing our citizens from the forces of civilization, can we not apply to our fair Dixieland tho rule of the sea "women and children first?" There must be a readjustment of the wage scale of Industry so that the women can be taken from tho field or given a reasonable wage for her services. Porhaps the Issue has never been fairly raised, but the Farmers' Union, with a membership of ten million, puts Its organized forces squarely behind the Issue and we now enter upon th docket of civilization the case of "The Woman In the Field" and demand an Immediate trial. Cold Comfort. g K, certain hotel up In Itrltl.ih Columbia that has a reputation for being reasonably cold. It Is n frame structure, and the wnlls are thla and shaky. One morning (luring ir blizzard rwo who bad been there the night before cninc out of their rooms on opposite sides of the hall. The flrst Is n There guests ex-pe- els man said: "Whew! I'm life.. I JSP 1 near- - ly frozen! I never I was so cold In my MMLV slept with all my clothes on nnd everything else, piled on mc.Uiit I'm cont over my clothe, but I don't frosted through!" "Same hero," said the other. "I was on the windward side of this hut. I put on iny buffalo think I'll ever get warm." They went down to the hotel ofUce. There, huddled over tho stove, was a stnge driver who had lust his wnv looked like a inlman icicle. and been out nil night. Ills hnlr and whiskers were lumps of Ice. Ills fur hat was frozen to bis head. lie shivered and shook with the cold, though he wns practically sitting on the stove. He looked like a human Icicle. The two guests looked at him for a minute. Then one of them asked: "Which room did you have, partner?" The Tactful Cop. Charles Comlskey, who runs the White Sox ball club In Chicago, Is widely acquainted In that big town and In his day has been lavish with passes to his ball park. Last year be gave n season pass to young' man he had helped to an ap pointment on the Chicago poller force. Soon after this Comlskey wns pushing bis nntomobllc a bit beyond the speed limit up Michigan boulevard and was topped by a policeman. The policeman opened the door of the car and aw Comlskey sitting Inside. "Hello, Bill!" said Comlskey. "How are you getting along since I got you your Job on the force?" The policeman coughed nnd stuttered. Finally he said: "Look here, Charlie, yon'll'have to go slower with thU car of youis or I'll have to give back my pass." SatWhy Jo Jefferson Was Awakened. GAR-BEE- urday Evening Post, e Joe Jefferson once played a one night engagement ns Hip Van Winkle In a small town. Iu the hotel at which he stopped was an Irish porter, who, from the serious Interest he took In the bouse, might have been the proprietor. At 0 o'clock the next morning Mr. wns awakened by a violent thumping on his door. lie hud left no "call" order, but his sleep was spoiled, jo he arose nnd goon nppeared before tho clerk, Indignantly demnndlug to Jef-ferso- u e know why he had been called. The Irishman was Kummoued. "Mike, there wns no call for Mr. Jefferson," laid the clerk. "Why did you disturb him?" Taking the clerk by tho coat, the Hibernian led him to one side and said In a whisper, "Ho were shnoring lolke t horse, sor, and OI'd heerd the b'ys lay as bow he wero onet afther shlup-tafor twlnty years, so OI sez to me-lll-f, 'Molke, It's a coonilng on to him Ig'ln. and it's yer duty to git him right ut o yer house.' " g e es Northwestern Indiana Shaken by a Terrific Explosion. Gary, Ind., Nov. 24, AH of northern Indiana west of Iake Michigan and part of Illinois was shaken as If by an mithquake when 2,000 pounds of exploded at the Aetna pow-'e- r mills near hero. Considerable 'lamugo was done ut Gary, whero pan ics wero caused by rocking buildings mil falling glass. No one was killed jr injured at Aetna. Powder experts, two minutes beforn the accident occurred, found that an xploslon was about to occur and ttva siren screamed Its shrill warning. The) 1.10 men on duty In the plant Immedi ately sought safety behind sand dune. t D Dicta EViif ' th flnnHH December .1, 101 f. zzz- - LOCAL PAGE NETS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Here's An Opportunity To Reduce The Cost of Christmas ZkeSiorcoftite ChristmasSpirit To encourage early Christmas shopping among the students wc arc giving a liberal discount of io'o on all cash purchases at this store. Our Christmas stocks of men's wearables are all com- oleted. thus affording easy and satisfactory selection here. I Mr. Hen Mefluirc had n delightful visit from his sister of Winchester from Wednesday until Sunday. FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, Dried Fruits for your Black Cako AND LIVE STOCK au now at Welch's INSURANCE Dwlghl Willed, who will receive See the New Life Policy. his degree from Georgetown College next June, arried last Wednesday THE OCC STUDIO and visited for a few days with his O. C. PURKKV.Prop. Ilev. Samuel C. Johnson preached Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scruggs lefl ninny Berea friends. He preached High Class Photographs, at Die Baptist church Sunday morn n number of nights Inst week al Hie Monday for a week's visit wilh Mr. Enlarging, Kodac Finishing West End Chapel. ing. nod Mrs. W. II. Brannmnii of butler. Picture Framing Ilev. James Parsons, of West Mr. and Mrs. David lloebuck reTho latgcsl and best selected lino Over Bcrea Bank and Trust Co. Dry Goods and Gent's furnishings Union, one of (lie best known and turned Monday from n week's visit of now at Welch's ad lined Baptist pastors of this vl in Burkhorn. einlly, who resigned his charges THE CREECH STUDIO Doctor Creegan of Battle Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Ahnlam Golden pleasantly entertained a number of at Pilot Knob, Hughes, ami Panola a Michigan, and his sister, Mrs. Iloark, ago, on account of ill health, Is tlie place to get your pictures dean of women of I he Ilichmoud young folks at their home last Sat year ' made. Wc guarantee our work. is still sick and now conllned to his State Normal Institute, weiv weliiilay oening. The parly was in bed. come visitors in Berea last week. honor of Miss McGuire of WlnchesU Miss Nina King visited, with Main St.overRichardsons Store lec who uas viyil'iig in town for friends in Cincinnati from Wodnes Doctor Creegan gave the Thanks-- 1 giving sermon, which was enjoyed' few days. day until Saturday of last week. Jiy all who heard him. Mrs. Itoark Residence Phone, HI A 168 Office Phone 148 Miss Anna Davidson, a Berea talk to the! It makes no difference what you nave an interesting or the class or 1DI3, ar-- J graduate Drs. B. F. & M. M. Rebiason want, phono 29. ad young ladies of the Y. W. C. A, also t ied in Berea last Tuesday from rilTBiaiNS A SURCEON Miss Suda Powell, a student of some of the ladies of tho town, at her home at Cenlerille, O., for Richmond Stale Normal. spent the home of Mrs. Taylor Wednes Office Iloun. 8 to 12 . m 1 to 4 JO p. m. visit wilh Mr. and Mrs. Vergil Thanksgiving with friends in town. day afternoon. Office, Beret Bank & Trutt DuilJInit. Here. Ky. Steenrod. of (he Miss Winlle. a student Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Clarkslon, Mr. You can't afford to pass up tho nnd Mrs. M. Canlleld and Miss flutb University of Cincinnati, Ohio, is servico you get at Welch's ad visiting with friends nt Boono Terrill motored to Lexington Miss Etnmnline Keams. of Win LAW OFFICE Tavern this week. Chester, spent from Thursday until John F. Dean and family were Durard Fleener and Arthur Cosby H. L. McMURRY, Attotney-it-LaSunday with her unole and aunt, visiting over Sunday wilh Mr. spent week's end in Ilichmoud, wit Ii Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Duncan. Dean's parents at Clover Bottom, friends. Office over Engle't Store, Berea, Ky. Miss Hilda Welch left Monday for Jockon County. Miss Nine King spent from WedLexington, for a visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Isaacs of Valley nesday until Friday in Cincinnati BARGAINS WATCHES Misses Suda Bilker and Eva Nor View were visiting Inst week at (he Ohio, with friends. WATCHES Joe Johnson and Chester Parks Go to Marcnm's to get your Jew vnl spent Thanksgiving with friends home of (heir daughter, Mrs. J. K. Baker. motored to Ilichmond Monday. elry. Everything guaranteed. Price in Waco. Miss Mary Tutor was the week's the lowest, quality considered. end guest of Misses Kflle and Gel Next door to Clarkston's Hard trude Est ridge. ware, Main Street Mr. Henry Bingham is spending this week with his family. Great reduction in Hals and nil L. & N. TIME TABLE Millinery Goods for ten days North Bound, Local ad 7:00 a. m. 10:55 p. m. Fish's. Knoxvillo .Mrs. uns Moore nnd little son 3:5. a. m 1:07 p. m. BEREA 7:45 a. m. .Tames B are visiting friends and 0:15 p. m. Cincinnati relatives in Speedwell. South Bound, Local Mr. John Jackson and Mr. Oris 8:15 p. m 0:40 a. m. Cincinnati Rugs Rugs 12:37 p. m. 12:25 a. m. .Moore, made a hunting trip in Estill BEREA County. 5:50 a. in, 7:00 p. m. Knoxville Rugs Rugs Express Train Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bower and passen family spent week's end with his No 33 will slop to take on Rugs Rugs gers for Knoxvillo and points beyond parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Bower, Bound South at Parkesville. Rugs Rugs 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati ad Get that stove at Welch's, BEREA 11:45 a. in. Mr. Legate, one of the internaNo. 32 will stop at Berea to take tional Y. M. C. A. secretaries adon passengers for Cincinnati, O., and dressed the Y. M. C. A. meeting Sun All sizes all prices. Special sale points beyond. day evening on "The Larger Aspects during December. North Bound of the Y. M. C. A." Mr. Legate has BEREA 4:55 p. m. had large experience in Y. M. 0. A Cincinnati 8:50 p. m. work and left a good message which will keep. COMING EVENTS Anthony Franklin, an Academy December. student, left last week for Cincin4, Lyceum Number Everett Kemp, nati, O., where be will enter a trade Reader. school. 9, Wcllesley Entertainment. The Misses Alice Brown and Ina 22, Christmas Concert. Scherreheck of St. Louis. Mo were 23, Oratcrial Contest and Close of in town several days last week in Term. behalf or the Y. W. C. A. Miss Louise Frey of the Sue Ben Miss Margaret Worth of CincinEarl Haley spent week's end in Fred Brady, a former Berea nati, arrived in Berea last Friday for nett Memorial School at London, Ky, visited friends the llrst of the student, now of Clevland, Ohio, re Wiidie witli his uncle, William a visit of several days. nt ly visited in Berea for a few Brauauiiian. Miss Eslella iiicknell of Richmond week. Get a new roaster for Christmas days. James VanWinkle of Mount Vernspent Thanksgiving with her parad turkey at Welch's. Miss Beltie Lewis delightfully en- - on is visiting this week with his reents on Chesthut street. Joe Iluiz, who is now in school at erlained a number of her friends latives and friends. Miss Eva Lewis of Kingston, was Barhourville, Ky, silent several days it her home on Forest street last II. II. Duncan, a student of the I lie .guest of Miss Betlie Lewis, Model School, has returned from a Wednesday and Thursday of last with his friends and old class mates Wednesday evening. the first of the week. Mrs. Jack Laswell and little visit with his parents al Gravel week. ad. daughter, Maureen of Brush Creek Switch. Hats at cost al Fish's. Have you seen Welch's Dry Goods Tho Priscilla Club will hold its an Mrs. Jim Coyle spent Sunday in pent Thanksgiving witli her inolli-- r, Store lately? It will pay you to nual bazaar on the 1 111 and 12th Brasslleld with her parents. Mrs. Nannie Branamaii. ad visit it. ad. Mrs. Mention Tyler of Cincinnati, Earl Phillips of Wildie spent Prof. F. O. Clark attended the in Mrs. Baker's store. George S. Brown, president of the l'liursday witli bis brother, Morris, Ohio, returned home Tuesday nfler Uppo'r Cumberland Educational Asa visit with her daughter, Miss sociation held at Loudon, and gave Brown Carriage Co, Cincinnati, O, who is a student of the Academy. spent Thanksgiving at tho Tavern Carlis Hedrick and Mr. Parks of Agnes Tyler. one of the addresses. Miss Klma Forester and Miss The Missus Stella and Anna as the guest of Jack T. and Miss 'aint Lick sM'iit Thanksgiving hero Mary Smith both students of the Griflltli entertained several of their gnos L. Brown, who are staying with friends. young friends at their home last there. Remember Iho Collego garden at Academy spent Sunday in Paint John Flanery, an old student, now Berea has a Wednesday evening. nursery of Lick wilh friends. Mr. Beverly Baker, one of Berea's Mrs. Maggie Sponco has been visi- in school at Statu University, came grapes and strawberries, all stand ting with relatives in Owsley County down from Lexington for a week ard varieties used in this climate. students, is teaching a splendid end visit with his brother and Tho cry is "buy American made school, with a mooii-ligannex on for the past few days. Some poeple have trouble with friends. products." Why not Berean? Laurel Creek in Clay County. J. O. Bowman came over from Grapes $3.00 per hundred, straw Others buy Walk-Ov- er their feel, T(io Priscilla Club will bold its anCarlisle,' Ky, for a visit with borne berries, 30c per hundred. shoes from Hayes & Gott. 2 nual bazaar on the llth and 12th ad folks last week. A crowd ad. of young folk enjoyed in Mrs. Baker's store. Dwight Willed, an old student, The Priscilla Club will hold its anMr. John Napier, also a recent n six o'clock dinner al the home of nual bazaar on tbo llth and 12th and a school friend, both of George Misses I.ela and Mabel Flanery of student in our Foundation School, town, Ky, spent several days visit ad. in Mrs. Baker's store. is tearhing al Bright Shade in Clay Kingston. Miss Pearl Surivner Station ing in Berea Insl week. of Mrs. Nannie Ilrnnaman and dau County, mid has a llourshiug moonJohn McCraeken, of the Collego Camp has been visiting with friends ghter, Mrs. Jack Laswell, spent light school and a Sunday School, in Doiea for tho past few days. Miss Department, spent Thanksgiving at week's end witli Mr. and Mrs. and has seen red an attendance of Scrivner graduated from the Acad- his home in Cyiithiiiua, Ky. practically one hundred per cent. marles Adams of Flannigan. LOST Small pin in Hie shape of emy department last year. Mr. and Dr. Huberts gave a party nt his Mrs. J. II. Jackson Mr. Aaron Hun, a student of Ken- an arrow Owner's name Is engrav uud family and Mrs. W. II. Dun- - house Monday evening to tho memspent ed on the back. Please return to an and family spent Thanksgiving bers of his church. A pleasant evtucky Stale University, Thanksgiving in Herea with Mrs. Helen A. Carrutbcrs and receive re with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Black of ening was reported. ud-2- 3 Iluir, who is making an extended ward. (Continued on Page 5.) Seedvell. Mr. T. O. Hearne, a medical .misvisit here. Tho members of Utile Duloo Lit- sionary from China, spoke at Uniterary Sooiety met at the hospitable ed Chapel Sunday night, and showed R curiosities home of Miss Mildred Hudson .Sa- some very interesting turday night. A good program was from that country, Tho Methodist given and an exceedingly pleasant and Baptist Churches omitted their evening was spent, and passed all usual Sunday night meeting in older to attend. loo suiekly for the girls. Messrs. Gilbert Terrill, Guy, and We are located in our new store on Main Street arid are ready to Charles Duersoii left Monday for MAIN STREET, Near Bank County whore they exHive our customers tho very best at- Laurel Mrs. S. R. Baker, (ad) pect to hunt for a few days. tention. RICHMOND, KY. BRECK &. EVANS Richmond, STANI FER'S Kentucky Safety First Is our motto at all times. Our customers' interest is ours. If you do business of any" kind you cannot afford to pass us by EREA NATIONAL BANK IIRU, KENTUCKY w MILLINERY SALE! EVERYTHING AT COST1 Beginning December 4th and lasts for ten days RUGS Big Big Big Big Little Little Little Little Cor. Main C& Center Sts. Berea, Kentucky The New Garment For Ladies' . . . Coats, Suits, Dresses, Shirt Waists SKIRTS, $1.98 to $7.98 In the Newest Mades HATS and EVERYTHING For Ladies' Wear B. 1 E BELUE & COMPANY Richmond, Kentucky well-slock- ed COAT SALE Our entire stock of Ladies' and Misses' Coats, consisting of all the new styles, colors, and materials, will be offered at a great reduction in price, during the entire month of December. This is something unusual, a coat sale just at the time you want to buy them, but we are overstocked, and are offering you a great chance to save money. Come today and get first choice. hl ad-2- a SM CLARKSTON Hardware and Groceries HAYES & GOTT "The Cash Store" BEREA, KENTUCKY I December 3, 1014. TMK CTTIZIN Pat Tin College Newt The Saving Habit Save all you can and you will not be hard up. The money you spend unnecessarily if placed on interest in a good savings bank would bring independence and respect. WE PAY 4 interest compounded twice per fear. Write for complete plan. Free During Our Big Range Exhibit? Size-mor- ACADEMY WEDDINO A CEREMONY Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky A Complete Line of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, LADIES' and MEN'S FURNISHINGS SPECIAL PRICES ON very pretty weding was solemnized in t lie Academy Chapel Tuese, day morning when Miss Helen a student of Ihe Vocntlonol schools who has been In the homo of Mrs. Malheny for six years, and Mr. Frauk Hollnrlicr of Cleveland, Ohio were milled In marrago by President Frosl. The slndenls and gnosis, who gathered in such numbers aslo lax Ihe capacity or the building, entered Into an nlmnsphoro of rest and quiet gained by Ihe simple decnrn-- J lions of dowers, palms and vinos, and by selections on the organ by uosln After the Mr. Taylor. wedding the sealed were march was played mill the bride and groom entered al tended by Miss Nancy Horner ami Carl Vogle; and by Miss Margaret Holderman and who Malheny Ilarrold Master acted as flower girl and ring bearer. The bride was dressed In blue and the bride's maid in while messalinc over net. After the close of a beautiful and dignllled ceremony tho. brldo and groom were received at the homo of Dean and Mrs. Malheny where a luncheon was served to them. Later a number of friends and students gathered lo sing a few songs and lo wish the new couple Godspeed as they should take their place together in the world where "Oiod sends souls not alone, hul in clusters of homes, households, and crepe-de-cheno TttKtttU. I I Net 45c IBjMSIW " ""-m LaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaV B tJ H H On Ioomwi Alonlua rnwirlaf Ktttlt. m- issiELLLLLr VLHiLLLw Hlr Oat ,"c,r" a. a. B 1 foar-sl- Alvml.nM I I THBBbMTJH Oaajwo-jiai- Almalnai Kittle. HIB flV All-wa- -ts H HH B This Set of High Grade Pure Aluminum Cooking Ware HHI Preferable AluminumRust-Proof The Only Range with Patented Copper Bearing, -Fused, Flues Men's Suits Ladies' Suits Boys' Suits Ladies' Coats RICHARDSON & COYLE Main Street LOCALS (Cutillniinl from VOCATIONAL vs. ACADEMY Buy the Range and .... Berea, Kentucky Vtf four) is here for n visit with her mother, Mrs. Combs. Ilev. J. Hammond 'Pice, a well-knostudent at Korea in former years, is pastor of a Nourishing I'lesbyterin Church at Osceola, la. Ills wife was Miss Merlie Wiltsie. Miss MaryTatum spent week's end It. T. Mi'Uiiinn Mr. in llichmond with friends. Charles l.amli, of Nicholasville, Ky visited the Kdwards home on lUrhmond street Thanksgiving. Mr, H. F. Harris sold the college dairy a line jersey cow the past week. James K. Wyiin ami Carl Howard. Aeadefny students, were faint Lick isilors oer Sunday. The oyster supper at the Methodist Church last Wednesday proved a Kreat success. There was a big met crowd out and everything ready sales. Miss Cleo Miller of Nicholasville visited her sister, Kdna, of the UNION CHURCH NEWS Academy department the latter There was a very generous re part of last week. sponse lo the appeal for war suffer C. Mnupin and daughter, Mrs. ers, in Ilelgium. Tho contributions Minnie, went to llichmond Monday, of Mr. Burgess' bible class amountshopping. ed to about 828. Them was very Itibbon Hale still on "at Fish's, ad. I' I I I 4ir I antlo fiai, I lit II tin tlMILLlllMin ill I IIMJI f 111 III III III IIU H. Wnlden passed Ihe slate ex I W. the Sunday morning service. In all amination and was admitted to I ho about $170 has been contributed for bar at Lancaster., Success to him this 'purpose. in his professional career. Mr. llige Kslridge was in llich At tho last meeting of the Wo mond, Monday. men's Cbrisian Association there Miss Alia Hayes spent week's end was a largo gathering. Mrs. Huark with her sister, Mrs. Jack Ilaulle. of llichmond gave a most interesting - The last football game of the season was played on tho main athletic llled last Thursday afternoon. The weather was ideal and a large enthusiastic crowd was out. Both sides played a good game, marked by pluck and a spirit of clean play. Tho Academy again proved them-selxthe victors, however, winning by a score of 27 to 7. The Vocational lino was not as heavy as tho Academy and so they could not offer an effort. v interference. Jones and Carter, Vocational men, both did excellent work. es i EVERYBODY COME Get the Ware FREE ONE WEEK ONLY! GOOD THINGS TO EAT December 7 to 12, inclusive R. H. CHRISMAN address. Seven new members were added to Ihe Association, which aims lo interest and unite tho wom en of all the churches in Berea for mutual service and helpfulness. (Tin. - - - Berea, Kentucky their college which has suff-o-- cd a seveie loss from a recent tiic, an entertainment will bo given ed ZHisisting of two plays ono by the German department and one by the Vocational lo help pro-scnl- their services in making this merry 'COMING, DECEMBER NINTH, THE occasion. Long may it bo rememEVENT 05 THE SEASON bered and become an annual occasion Under tho auspices of Miss Welch for tho students from dear old Ma-g- o and Miss Tyler, Wellesley alumnae, T HORSE ASTRAY Tho attendance at the Sunday For three weeks a bright bay It is School is very gratifying. larger now than ever before, in fact horse 1 i hands high, t years old, has been astray. $15.00 reward for the accommodations are not ample. Tho Union Church his return to Anderson Scales, ad.-2- 5. Ky. must soon have a new structure to accommodate its growing congregaMAMMOTH BRONZE TDRKEYS tion and activities. . Thoroughbred, prices reasonable. Reception of members will lake Mrs. Luther Todd, Coyle, Ky, Berea Phone 3 ad 27 place next Sunday. sufll-cienlly ta, 9-- it NICE FARM FOR SALE PUBLIC SALE at Public Auction, my farm of about 100 acres, 35 acres in cultivation, balance in small timber, located 2 2 miles south of Berea, on the Slate Lick road, on I will sell 1-- Thfc prayer meeting topic this week will bo "Old Time Iloligion An occasion of interest is expected, as many of our members have rem ininscences that are of deep inter esl. Tho attendance at tho prayer meetings has been very gratifying in tho increasing numbers. DELIGHTFUL A ENTERTAINMENT Silver- The Women's Industrial has a A 130. membership of about Thanksgiving service was held at their last meeting. Tho Parish House presents an interesting and busy scene on Mondays when they meel. Mr. Hudson will preach at Blue I.ick next Sunday at 2:30, following Hi., Siiml'iL' Solum! pie supper will be held at -Creek Church two miles east of NOTICE Berea Saturday evening, Dec. 0, beAll claims against the Estate of ginning at 7:00 p. 111. Some special music is io be given. Kveryono is lohn Collins will bo presented on or ofore February the first, or same cordially inviled. will bo barred. Oscar Wilson ad 24 Verna Collins Sunday School Supt. 0) bavo for sale a nice farm of 61 acres on Berea and Kingston pike: A bargain if taken before January'l. J. W. Horndon, (ad.-2Berea, Ky. I ' 1 LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! 1 have taken the agency for ' 4 The F. O. Stone Baking Company's FAMOUS CAKES They Sell for 10 Cents Try One Groceries Main Street, Berea Tuesday, Dec 22, 1914 10:00 O'clock A.M. Tho average attendance for tho past month at the Harts Sunday School was. about 40. Tho superintendent is Miss Ethel Powell. Mrs. Huberts will preach next Sunday at Ihe usual hour. MAGOFFIN COUNTY FEAST JOE W. STEPHENS Meat Market Also the following described property: 1 Gentle Horse, 7 yrs. old, safe (or women to drive Rubber Tired Boggy and Harness Some Corn and Hay All my household and kitchen furniture, new 1 On the same day I will sell two lots in the addition in Berea. new Lots No. 1 and 2 Terms made known on day of sale Baker-Isaacs-Wyatt The studentl. teachers, temporary residents from MaKoflln County to gether with Miss Itowersox, Dean of Women, and Miss Parker of tho forty or Trainini! School some more in number gathered around the festal board in Ladies Hall, last Saturday evening from 5:30 to 7:30 :nd enjoyed 'a County spread, 'lhoso present were extravagant in their praiso of tho viands served and- - of the lolly koihI humor in evideneo. Just praiso is duo Mrs. John Gard ner. Mrs. A. N. May and tho com mittee from the student body for The Safety Habit You know the Railroads are talking a good deal these days about the "Safety Habit." It is not a safety razor or a safety bicycle. It's safety for the lives entrusted to their care. The same principle applies to the banking business. Our bank employed the Safety Habit at the outset Safety to the depositors' money entrusted to our care. Every dollar left with us will be taken care of. Safety is our watch word. We would like to have your account on this basis. hi 10,000 TURKEYS WANTED! I will buy 10,000 turkeys for the X.mai market, which opens Dec. lit. Write me for prices and coops and ship your turkeys direct to a live market. HARRY S. WOODALL Berea, Kentucky SMppar F. H. GORDON of Drisal Turkayi 64 EMM -- JACKSON COUNTY BANK McKee, Kentucky Phon. 003 Pcm A v.. RJCHMOND, KY. - if HfT A 4 . One of the sayings of Confucius Is, "If you do not learn the rules of proKAISER'S NEW ATTEMPT TO CUT priety, your character cannot be estabTHE FIGHTING FOOL," "HIDDEN WATERS," lished." Unfortunately for the forTHROUGH CALAIS PAST "THE TEXICAN," Etc. eigner, tbo "rulos of propriety," acARRAS DEFEATED, cording to Chlnoso usago, aro often Illustrations by DON J. LAVIN diametrically opposed to the customs Russians Cross Carpathians Von of the west. The European gentleman, even If he has a university eduy Moltke Said To Be Prisoner PraaJi A . Maam J tCasrrlsM. Wl cation and polished manners, seems a Threatens Sweden. mere boor to tho Chinaman, and ofher so happy, "No difference," answered Bud with site covered her face and' weptT Rud reached for Ills rifle, Jerked up fends at every turn agalnstJha strict a cartridge, and snt crosswise In his a smile. "I am not afraid not with "What did you tell that man?" sho "fto you. were thinking of me she Wtittrn Newipaptr Union Nws flervtce. etiquette that, in its main points, is London. The Initial effort of the observed by futddlo. Ho rode wnrlly, watching tho you here, Amlgo." ciinuennea sweeny, an tllQ Willie? I asked at last. tho lowest coolie. "W'y what man?" Inquired Hook- thought perhaps I was a nuisance and Kaltcr's now attempt to cut through "No, but the woman 1" suggested distant runner, until suddenly ho pulled Whorevor he goos the foreigner In his horso nnd threw up a welcom- Amlgo, who read no Jest in his words. er, astonished. "Ain't you going to in tho way. I thought perhaps you did to Calais past Arras, where a nowly helps to confirm this opinion of him. not like mo because well, because concentrated army of 700.000 has beon ing hand. Tho mnn was Amlgo no "It Is better that you should ride on eat?" i Ho Is traveling in tho Interior, It may l in a Alex, as you say.' nsscmbled. was defeated, according to be on horseback, and he other could come down a hillside so "No!" sho cried, gating out at him and leavo me hero." rides through No, mo am, denied Hooker gazing swiftly and he was signaling him to Ho smiled encouragingly, but o wild i through her tears, "not until I know tho quiet country hamlet ns ho would """""'- ol ," light was creeping Into his eyes and what you said. Did you tell that In- - upon ner admiringly. "Nothing like wait Mt nomo. at a rapid pace. Aa he that! When I say Mex I mean these "Who Is that man?" asked Grncla. Hooker knew what he meant He do- - dlan to to kill him?" Advance guards of tho great army, pnMM R group of nlcn ho cMU out ' ,ow Moxlcans Don Juan tells n she rctnod In at his side. "Do you sired to be loft alone, to deal with "On to Calais," were "Which Is tho way to X?" I. Sho broko down suddenly In a fit of Pldo met and driver, back north of Arras. Del Hey after the sure manner of tho sobbing, and Hooker wiped his brow. mo you re puro Spanish know him?" o probably gets no reply, and rides WUn Porhaps a little Yaqul." she Three regiments of tho German ad- - on. thinking "W'y, nol" ho protested. "Sure not! , "8ure dol" responded Hooker Jovl Yaquls. And yet, why not? Hooker what unmannerly louts ' U8estod shyly. ally. "He's tho best friend I got In gazed thoughtfully at tho oncoming What mado you think that?" jance body were thrown out to draw CnlnM0 yokeU aro "Well, mebbo he did say that too," of tho Irench and British ln "Why you rodo over and spoko to rural cs and walked swiftly back to Mexico A roUKh uneauM,cd countryman Is him and ho looked at mo and thon conressed Bud. "But It s Jest as good the trenches. But the bolt was taken tho next traveler. Ho pulls In his "KxU. Amlgo!!' ho hailed,, as tho Gracla. Spanish they say nil tho big men w ith such energy that the German hors0 to a slow an. jlo as ho enters the , he killed him!" Yaqul came quartering down the hill "This Indian is a friend of mine," Sho gave way to a paroxysm of grief ( ln Sonora have got some Yaqul blood troops wero hurled back with severe village; this I. one of the "rules of and, apparently oblivious of the on bo said, "and I cad trust him. Ho coming pursuers, he rode out of the says it will be better for us to rldo at this, and Bud looked around him, i Mortal, that was tho Propriety." On reselling the group ot t!eu also oniclally said that enor- - ylllagers, no dismounts rulo No. 2. troll to meet him. They shook hands on and bo will take caro of the wondering. That she was weak and Tornos brothers, governors ' "And Aragon P" she added playfully. mous losses havo been nfllcted on the hungry he knew, but what was this and Amlgo flashed his familiar smile ru rales." "May I borrow your light?" he asks, Dut at a look In his eyes she stoDoed aermnns. but no mention s made of ThIs glancing shyly over tho horse's back "Take care?" questioned Gracla, sho was saying? ftn npoIoKy for ,roubln(t tnora "I reckon I don't understand what Bud could not look pleasant and think ho capturo of Oerman divisions, which -- no No. 3. Then he. too. Inquires turning pale at a peculiar matter-of-fac- t at the daughter of the Aragons. .. . driving at" ho said at last of Aragon. uy you're imiim-tone in his volco. ' mo way to X, nnd receives ready help; "I knew tho horse," he explained "Ah, yoe," sho rattled on. "I know, Iotrograd correspondents of London - need be a man w, ove acc0In. "Sure," said Hooker; "he says there "Wish you'd eat something you'll feci with a gcntlo caress for Copper Hot You llko the Yaquls better than tho auu i am papers. pany him to point out the way. There torn. "My people up there kill Mer are revoltosos ahead. It will be bet- better." So far, all that Is definitely known Is after these samo yokels "No, I won't eat!" she declared, sit- Spanish I saw you shaking hands Icons! Where you got" ter for you, he says, to ride on." not unnat"Madre do DIos!". breathed Oracls, ting up snd frowning. "Mr. Hooker," with that Indian. And what was It that the German advance has been urally remark to each other what un"North to the lino," answered Bud, brought to a stnudstlll. on very miserably, "what did you called him Amlgo? clutching at her saddle; and then sho she went pointing up the pass. mannerly louts foreigners are, Ignor"That's right." smiled Hooker: "him you mean this morning when you ant ot the most elementary rules of "May malo!" frownod the Yaqul nodded her head weakly. me have been friends for months Russians Cross Carpathians. "You better get down for a minute," laughed! I said I hated poor Manuel and propriety. From 'Thirty Years in glancing once more at the woman be now out nt tho mine. I'd do anything nnd you said well, what you did suggested Hooker, helping her quick Lemberg, Gatlcla, via London. The Mukden," by Dr. Dougald Christie. hind. "Muchos revoltosos 1" Russians appear to havo accomplished "Where!" asked Dud. ly to the ground. "Hero, drink some and you laughed! Did .you think oh. lor that feller." "Oh, now you make mo Jealous." sho tho difficult feat ot throwing an army I really want-"Everywhere!" replied Amlgo with water you're kinder faint 111 00 you couldn't have-t- hat pouted. "If I wcro only a Yaqul snd through the Carpathian Mountains FIERCE LOOKING IS THE SIKH ed him killed?' a comprehensive wave of the hand, right back Jest want to say good-by.- " big and black" "Wy, sure not!" cried Hooker Fighting ln southwest of Lomberg. He strodo over to where Amlgo had "But no matter." he added simply. "Never mind." defended Bud. "Ho tho Carpathians has been most fero East Indian Soldiers In British 8rvlce Who ore these posted himself behind a rock and laid heartily. "I knowed you was fooling! will go with you. Have Most Remarksble PerDidn't I laugh at you? Say, what kind was a truo friend, all right, and true cious, being carried on under extraor horsemen behind?" a hand on his arm. sonal Appearance. dinary difficulties, wero Inwhich of a feller do you think I am, anyway? friends, bellevo me, aro scarce." "Rarales!" responded Hooker, and "Adlos, Amlgo 1" be said, but tho There was a shade of bitterness In creased by tho sorero cold, the bitter D'ye think I'd get an Indian to do my the Yaqul's black eyes dilated. Yaqul only glanced at him strangely. Did you ever seo a Sikh In uniform? his voice that did not escapo her, and winds and occasional snowstorms. "Yes." nodded Bud as he read the "Anything ln my camp, you're wel killing?" No? Whatovor of fierceness your sho was careful not to alludo to Phil. Von Moltke Said to Be Prisoner. awlft question In their glance. "He Is come to It," added Hooker, but Amlgo childhood fancy painted upon the faco "Oh, then didn't you?" she cried, His name, llko tho name of her father, there, too Del Reyl" London. A Copenhagen dispatch to ot a soldier did not respond. His black eyes, fa Sikh haa It Other "Que buenol" exclaimed the Indian, seeing as a hawk's, were fixed Intently suddenly brightening up. "You know, always drove this shy man to silence, tho Dally News asserts that the wlfo. soldiers msy the brave, be or mar flrht fixing his eagle glance upon the riders, before him, where Del Rey came gal- you talk so rough sometimes and I and she wanted to maka him talk. ot General Von Moltke, the Oerman more you mean I You "Thon you ought to bo friends with Chief of Staff, bna written to a danlsh but tenaciously or die moro willingly. never do know what He showed his white teeth In a smile, loping in the lead. for simple fierceness of personal you guessed you'd have to kill me," she chlded, after a silence. "I In an Instant he saw his opportunity, on .moiiku is appearance all modals go to the 8Ikhs. "You go now!" he said, apeaklnc said roiauro mni uenerai ... a j a .amru lu him for me, you know, and oh, it was . lie sow his enemy riding Into a trap, with an effort and Hooker He Is so fierce to look at that I understood. I too awful! I must be getting foolish, ' why will you never w uur menu virtually the Kniperor's prisoner at and tuned hli race to the cats. No. There was no love, no hate left in that I I'm so tired out, but what did you but really! Haven't I allow It?shown one of the palaces In Homburg as a t wonder his English officer can calmly always What Amlgo hod waited for, the op-- mighty carcass he was all result of his Interference with the face him without not Pun. warrior. It? I remember now the first Umo that Crown Prince's strategic plans on tho ear rclato that the Roman soldiers all Yaqul, and he wanted Del Rey to tell that Indian?" I saw you I was looking through my Bud glanced at her sharply for a , Western front. were frightened by the terrible looks himself. and moment and then decided to humor hole among the passion-flowerot the early German tribes? Germany Threatens Sweden. "Well be going," Hooker said to I Perhaps, If ho could get her you saw me with your keen oyes. Phil A Sikh and I've seen many regiOracla, returning swiftly, and his sub- her. London. The Dally Mall's Copenha quieted, sho would utop talking and did not but ho was there. And you ments ot them on their native heath- -Is dued tones made her start She felt at mo once and looked gen correspondent says Germany has begin to eat I Just looked a tall man with black hair and a as one feels at a funeral, the hovering "Ho asked me who was after us," he away. Why did you novor respond demanded that the Swedish govern' I ,onK- - oIclt beard. The beard Is what wings of death, yet she vaulted into when I came there to look for you? mont sunrnvus unfrlondlv utterances I her saddle and left her thoughts un said, "and told him It was Del Rey." You would Juit ride by and look at against Germany In Swedish nnwspa- - ' make nlm look... tiereo. becise he "Yes, and what did he say then? 11. iuit;it ii nun pars, and has threatened reprisals In ,.1.l. I. Inln i u ,1.1.1. turnmn buii said. "He didn't say nothing Jest lined me once, and even Phil never knew." tho event of noncompliance. draws these back ot the ears, wbero They rode on down the valley, spur "No," agreed Bud, smiling quietly, they are tied. ring yet holding back, and then with a out for the pass." say you "Ho was crazy to see you, but he rode "And didn't you wanted If you think that doesn't make a solJump the heavy roar that made them right by, looking at the windows and him killed?" dier look fierco you make a sad error, Mauser spoke out one shot! And no such." "No!" burst out Bud, half angrily. which ono glance at him would cormore. There was a hush, a long wait "The first tlmo I met him." mused I'ctrogrud. v'a London. The police and Amlgo rose slowly from behind "Haven't I told you once? I did not! Oracla, "I asked about you. Did be have discovered a revolutionary plot! rect The Sikhs are Hindus, and so strict That Indian had reasons of his own, hi rock. ever tell you?" ln which members of the Douma are' are their religious beliefs that all tho "Godl" ax claimed Hooker, as he believe me he's got a scar along his Dud hung his head and grinned Inculpated, according to a food they est must bo especially ribs where Del Rey shot him 'with a caught the pose, and his voice soundAnd, furthermore," he sheepishly. It was not difficult to make statement. A number of arrestH have according to their own rite. ed a requiem for Manuel del Rey. been made. out a case against him. l anThe Philadelphia Ledger. added, as her face cleared, at this exThen, as Gracla crossed herself and planation of the mystery, "you'd , And bo Gracla had not wanted Del nouncement says; better fell to Bobbins', he leaned forward ln try "At the beginning of the war most to take me at my word for the rest Rey killed as he thought she did. . Fame his saddle and they galloped away. of this trip! Looks to me like you've She was not tho vicious woman Jae ot the Russian people, conxclous of New York city Is disgracefully Inhad thought her for a time. Sbe was the necessity of defending tho dignity been associating with these Mexicans CHAPTER XXVI. Just the gentle, noble girl he had and Integrity of the fatherland, were different to the famo and memory too much!" ot Alexander Hamilton. Ho was easily "Why, what do you mean?" she de- sworn to protect and conduct across unanimous In assisting the authorities tho greatest man among thoia who Though men may make a Jest of It the border toher fiance. Again camo In the accomplishment ot the task Incurtly. In books. It Is a Bolemn thing to kill manded to claim hor, but there was curred by tho operations of thu war. lived and died as citizens of Manhat"I mean this," answered Hooker, "be- tho desire man, even to be near when one is, not only Phil to be thought of but An altogether different attitude uas tan. But thero Is no worthy monuing aa we're on the subject again. to be the mate observed by some members of the So- ment to him there. A granite statuo killed. If Gracla had slain Del Rey since I've knowed you you've the fitness of himself cial Democratic Associations, who con- stands In Central park, to bo suro, but herself In a passion her hot blood Ever talking about brave men of this woman. and might have buoyed her up, but now been "Is It something I have done?". she tinued an activity aiming at the down- It Is Inferior. Nobody knows about all that; and more'n once you've hinted It Not one of the great avenues The Heavy Mauser 8poke Out One her whole nature was convulsed with that I wasn't brave because I wouldn't asked at last "Is that why you never fall ot Russia's military power by or squares thero bear tbo name of the horror of It and sho wilted like a fight. agitation, the Hamilton. liked me? Now, Mr. Hooker, please means or an anti-wa- r Shot! Extremely llttlo notice la flower. Td Just like to tell you, to pot speak to me! And why do you always distributing of Bccrot proclamations An hour before she had burned with yoar mind at Nat, that my fathar was . sit so far away are you afraid of me? and the conducting of the propaganda ever taken of Hamilton's tomb, or ot any anniversary with which his name portunlty he had watched for, was hatred of him, she had wished him But look." she moved closer to him b word of mouth. at hand. Del Rey should pay the dead and sought the man who would a sergeant ln the Texas rangers and no "here we are alone, and I am not afraid "The Government in October last Is connected. The place of bis resiprice of that scar the Yaqul carried. kill him. Now that his life learned of a plan to convoke a secret dence on Convent avenuo and One bad been Hundred Mexicans was ever able to of you!" Forty-firs- t street has Not again would the bullet go astray, snipped off make him crawl. He served for ten heart-beatBud, look- conference of delegates of the Social Hundred ana "Of course not" answered between two and his people should have one less she remembered him with pity and years on the Texas border and never ing across at her boldly, "Why should Democratic organization to discuss been obliterated by apartment buildings. And now his beautiful old homo Mexican to fight after that day. The muttered a prayer for his soul. For turned his back to no man let alone you bo you ain't afraid of noth- measures aiming at tho ruin of the Is being allowed to fall to pieces. The hatred of generations lay behind the Hooker, for Do Lancey.sbu had no a Mex. I was brought up by him to ing!" Russian state and the speedy realizalower portion of tho woodon pillars thoughts of the Indian. He cared thought but only for the dashing be peaceable and quiet, but don't you "Is that a compliment?" she demand- tion of revolutionary plans. nothing for the grievance of the girl. oung captain who had followed her never think, because I run away from ed eagerly. "Oh, then I'm so happy-- it's "November 17 the police discovered on either side ot the porch of Hamilton Grange has rotted away and tho :and he would not kill Del Bey for to his Manuel del Rey, that I was afralsto you ever paid me! But that a meeting of the said conference death. tho first face him." that but for his own reasons. was to be held In a bouse In Vlborg pillars bang pathetically In the air. Of this Bud had no knowledge. He have I been brave," sbe beamed, "so "Come!" he said, laying hold of a He paused and regarded her Intent far? Have I been brave, like a man?" road, eight miles from Petrograd. A Tho old bouse Is simply tumbling to pieces. latlgo strap, arid as Hooker loped on realized only that she was growing ly, and her eyes fell before, his. "Sure hare!" remarked Hooker Im- detachment of police arrived on the up the steady incline he ran along at weaker, and that he must call a halt You must excuse me." sho said. personally, "but we ain't thero yet scene and found there 11 persons. In of the ' his stirrup. In his right hand he still and at last, when and walls rode their looking wistfully away, "I did not I Only thing I don't like about you la eluding the following members of the Retracing Steps. pass had widened they out carried the heavy Mauser, but his Into the open plain, he turned aside did not understand. And so the poor you don't eat enough. Say, don't pick Douma: MM. Petrovsky. Iladuystff. Havo you evur hurried away from sandaled feet bore him forward with from the trail and drew rein by a xaqui was only aven nc an inlurv?" up them crumbs let me pare off some Mouranorr, Sainllort and Chagofr. your place and then turned back for tireless strides and only the heaving clump of mesqult she went on, reaching out one slender more of this Jerked, best for you, Caa't something you've forgotten? It so, Washington. Secretary Dank-lca of bis mighty chest told the story of Here, let me take you," he said. hand toward the food. "Ah. I can un nobody be brave when they're hun- bled Captain Decker, of tho cruiser sit down before starting out again, the pace. as she swayed uncertainly in the sad- derstand It now he looked so savage gry, you know, and I want to bring you Tennessee, and Captain Oman, of the or you are asking for bad luck, thoy say. A "Let me take your gun," suggested dle. She slid down Into bis arms and and fierce. But" she paused again, In city man tells bow cruiser North Carolina, In tho Kast safe." set back by a sudden thought "didn't Hooker, as they set off on their race, he laid her gently In the shade. "Why?" she Inquired, as she accept- Mediterranean, giving them discre ho did this ono morning during the but Amlgo In hls'warrlor's pride only Poor girl," he muttered, "It's been you know ho would kill him?" ed tho handful of meat. "Is Is on tionary authority to deal with emer last rubber boom, and left the bouso again without having sat down. "Yes, ma'am," answered Hooker Phil's tihook bis head and motioned him on too much for you. I'll get some water, account?" she ventured, as he gencies that might arise in protecting Everything went wroug with him, quietly, "I did." and on. So at last they gained the and pretty soon you can eat" sat gazing stoically at the horses. American citizens and their interest! rugged summit where the granite ribs that day! A slight fall In prices ln- -i "Then then why didn't you" He unslung the canteen from his "You wero such friends, weren't you?" In Turkoy. of the mountain crop up through the saddle-flap- , "That was between them two," ho she wont on Innocently. "Oh, Although gave her a drink, and left an official explanation duccd him to sell somo rubber shares, eands of the wash and the valley er to herself, glancing swiftly along i replied doggedly. "Del Rey shot blra why I admlro the Americans sothat is from tho Turkish Foreign Ofilco bui which beforo nightfall wero worth dou-- i much slopes away to the north. To the south the horizon as he tied out their mounts; once wnen ne wna wounded and left they aro so truo to each other!" not yet been received, Informal as bio what ho had sold for at midday., was Del Rey, still riding after them, to graze. But for her falntness he',l'm or deaa- - 1,0 must have killed "Yes," observed Hooker, rolling his surances from the Ottoman Minister! He will nover turn back now, when but Amlgo beckoned Ilud beyond the ould havo pushed on farthor, for ha aat0 01 11,8 Propio, too; bis wlfo mob eyes on her, "we're fine tbnt way!" of the Interior and War to AmbaBsa once bo has started from homo, upoai any consideration whatsoever. reef and looked out to the north. He! men off to tho east; but hun be, for all I know. Ho never would had seen "Well, I mean It!" she Insisted, as dor Morgenthau, that the shots wer says it Isn't worth the risk. "RovoHobos!" he exclaimed, point- ger and excltoment talk about It, but he como back to get sbe read the Irony ln his glance. tired as a friendly warning to Inform had told upon her ing a hand at a distant even moro than tho "Sural Bo do II" answered Hooker, tho launch, im was customary, that the ride. his revenge. I don't shoot no man ridge. "Revoltosos!" ho said again, from cover myself, but that ain't It For a woman, and sitting a side-saand Gracla continued her meal ln si- harbor ot Smyrna was mined and Strength of Cedar. waving his hand to the east "Here," dle, Bhe had done better than he had" It was between them two." closed, have been accepted as the lence. Tbo rcslstanco ot cedar wood to de' hoped; waving toward the weBt, "no!" "And you?" she suggested. "If you "My!" she said at last; "this meat is forerunners ot a formal statement by cay has long boon famous, and cedar, and yet well, it was a long "Do you know that country?" In- way to tho border good! Tell mo, how did you happen to tho Grand Vizier to tho same effect. and he doubted if had fought Del Rey?" fenceposts often last for generations. quired Hooker, nodding at the great she could make It Bhe lay still in th "I would havo met him In the open," havo It on your saddle? We left so A remarkablo Instance ot tho IndeTurks at the Suez Canal. plain with Its chains of parallel Sier- shade of the mesqult Just as ho had said Hooker. suddenly, you know!" structibility ot cedar ban been noted ras, but the Indian shook his bead. "And yet" London. Router's Constantinople placed her, and when he brought the, Sho gazed up at him demurely, curi ln tbo state of Washington, where a "No," he said; "but the best way Is sack of food "I didn't want to," bo ended bluntly. ous to seo how he would evade this ovt- - correspondent, In a dispatch sent by forest ot hemlocks, near Acme, has she did not raise her straight for that pass." "Didn't want to fight him and didn't donco that he had prepared in advance way of Berlin, gives the following bead. grown up over an anclont burled forHe pointed at a distant wedge cut TurklHb statement; Better eat something," he sug want to kill him. Had no call to. And for their ride. But once more, as be est of cedars. Tho down between the blue of two ridges, gested, spreading out some bread and then well, thero was you." "The Turkish troops have reuched although lying ln a trunks ot cedar, had always done, Hooker eluded the the Suez Cuuul. In lighting near Kl been almost perfectly moist soli, have! and scanned the eastern hills Intently, dried beef. "Here's some oranges I "Ah!" she breathed, and a flush cunningly laid snare. at' "Men!" he cried, suddenly Indicat got from Don Juan I'll Just put them mounted her pale cheeks. She smiled Kantara the L'ugllsh suffered heav) least 160 years, tbo preserved for "I was figuring on pulling out length of time ing the sky-linof the topmost ridge. over here for you." lotses and took flight." as she reached out once more for the that the rings of growth show the he. renjled Ingenuously. Kl Kantara Is a port on the right fl think they are revoltosos," be added Gracla sbudderod, sighing wearily, food and Hooker resolved to do bis hemlocks to have been growing above fbey will soon cross your Th,Dt bank ot the canal, about 23 inllei their fallen predecessors. graveiy. best at gallantry, It seemed to make f hu wo'rdg hii huft . (To be continued) south of Port Said. traU' The Land of Broken Promises DANE COOLIDGE By Author of GERMAN ADVANCE AT A STANDSTILL STRICT RULES OF PROPRIETY Orientals Have an Elaborate Formula of Courtesy, Which Foreigners Should Learn. A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution t Ger-man- "r" 1 I th0 t; ! ", I . s seml-otllcl- pro-par- ed semt-olllcla- Short-Lived- s welt-know- d oill-cla- l Jl o December 3, 1014. THE CITIZEN Pago Seven. Berea's Vocational Schools p'r-- f SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Berea's Vocational Schools Hint adds to MEN ftir Training your money-earnin- g power, combined Willi general education. FOR YOUNG and Telegraphy. Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commerce Dressmaking, Cooking, FOIl YOUNG LADIES-- Home ScieiVe, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door HANSON HALL BEREA'S VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS HOSPITAL Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with somo vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress. , Bcrcn's Vocational Schools have their headquarters In tlio Industrial Building, the Woodwork Building, tlio Ilruco Printing; Building, nnd Hanson Unit, which is now devoted to Home Science, together witli the Hospital whero the Nurse Training Conrso is given. Tlio young men of this department have their dormitories in the Bruce 3rd Door besides the great room for the erintendence of Edward L. Roberts, Cooking School in the Industrial the class work being in charge of George W. Clark, with Mark L. Spink as foreman. Berea's General Academy Course For those who aro not expecting to teach and who aro not going thru College, but desire more general education. This is Just tho thing for those preparing for medical studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives the best general education for those who wish a good start in study and expect to carry It on by themselves. ma FLANERY 4th Door Berea's Normal School The Department of. Woodwork is in general charge of our great master builder, James A. Burgess. The hoys in this department have many aKJBBM aH laBBBHBBBBWV This gives the very best training for those who expect to leach. Courses arc so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their course of study. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door 6th Door MISS TYLER SCHOOL OF PRINTING Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College Questions Answered This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History nnd all preparatory subjects. Tho Academy is now Berea's largest department. This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. BEREA, FRIEND CLARK BURGESS opportunities for practical work and Industrial TTtflldings wTtfi an which gives them confidence and overllow In the ML Vernon Cottages. assuranco when they begin working Tlio young women of this depart- for themselves. We are glad to ment have for their dormitories Gilbert Cottago and the cottages on Center street. . 6 MISS SPERRY IP SMITH II OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with its affiliated schools, is not a money-makiinstitution. It requires certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possiblo for students to earn and savo in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to pro-fo- ci the chancier and reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick the College provides, doctor and nurso without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable raining and gelling pay according to the value of their labor. Except" in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employng ment - ILl The Repair Department is in charge of Rev. Howard Hudson, ably assisted by Pruille Smith. The Steam Heating and Electrical Work Is in charge of George 0. Dick. This sketch is only .an outline of the good things which tho Institution has for those who enter its Vocational Department. WHY EDUCATE CHILDREN AWAY FROM THE FARM A contributor to tho current issue of Farm and Fireside says: "What is wanted in tho rural districts is the kind of school that will y. meet tho needs of If wo want to educate our boys and girls away from tho farm our course is plain, for wo can send them to tho city schools. I don't believe we want our children educated away from the farm. What wo do want is a broader conception of what rural education means. We do not want our boys and girls educated to think t hero is nothing but hard work on tho farm. Rather do we want them taught to see and ap preciato their wonderful advan tages." to-da- PERSONAL EXPENSES STUDENTS SPENCE A now Bulletin has just been issued giving the full announcements for this department. Evcryono in Eastern Kentucky knows the dean of tlio Vocational Schools, Prof. Francis 0. Clark. He by is ably assisted in Agriculture the United States demonstrator for BUILDING PUTNAM HALL give our readers a picture of tho erection of Putnam Hall by tho Woodwork Department. The Carpentry Class and Mechani cal Drawing is in charge of Dr. Al Huilding. Wo regret that wo can not give tho picture of Miss Jessie S. Moore who is instructor in chargo of this department. The cooking is in chargo of Miss Agnes n. Tyler, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work jniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough' room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing or bedding and towels. For table board, without coffeo or extras, $1.35 a week, in the fall, and $1.50 in winter; for furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee tor return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and is returned when Hie student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care it school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or service of teachers all our instruction is a freo gift). The Incidental Fee for most students Us $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $6.00 and $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the lenn, board by the half tprm. Installments are as follows: WINTER TERM VOCATIONAL AND ary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing; Our climate Is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., Incidental Fee Boom FOUNDATION BCHOOLS $ 5.00 6.00 ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLLXOK $ 0.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 Board, C weeks $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $20.00 9.00 9.M ' Amount due first of term Board 0 wks, due middle of term Total for term Incidental $23.20 9.00- 9.00 '$31.20 $ COO ,. HIGHEST ART most- satisfactory sla tues of Christ is the famous ono in One of '29.00 SPRING TERM '$32.20, $ 70tf the - tho "Lady Church" of Copenhagen by Thorwaldsen. At first tho sculp tor modeled tho figure with tho hands upraised as in benediction, GLADDING MISS BRYAN but at last he depressed the arms, stretching them out in an attitude. and tho sewing in chargo of Miss of yearning entreaty. This is cer fred K. Cladding, who is ono of tho Mary Helen Bryan, and tho girls got lainly tho favorite posturo of Christ: most thoroughly emiinned men in not a littlo help from tho matron this lino of work to bo found any- - tlio Boarding Hall, Miss Ruth of "Come unto me, and I will give you WHITEHOUSE C, rest." That is ono reason why he whero in the country. Sperry. seemed to hcsllato when Pilato Madison, Jackson and Rockcastle pressed him for a declaration of his rs Counties, Robert F. Spence, and by fn kingship; lie was King, but ho pre James W. Whltehouse, who has re ferred to bo known as Brother. supplemented his training at cently The Christian Herald. , ,l00' Fee $5.00 S.00 0.75 Board, 5 weeks 5.00 0.75 $17.75 6.75 500 0.75 Amount due first of term .... $15.75 Board, 5 weeks, due middle of term 6.75 Total for term laundry. '$22.50 $18.75 0)75 '$21.50 $25.30 'This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or Special Expenses Business. Wtnttr MmmmWmwM MISS OQILVIE HI KNIGHT OVERLOOKED The Nurse Training is in chargo The Telegrabp School is in charge of Dr. Paul D. Mossmnn, nnd a por of Rev. Charles Spurgeoa Knight. , tion of tho hospital already built The Brick Laying will bo in chargo contains a splendid operating room, University by a courso nnd nil tho other facilities necessary of Frank Vose, who has dono so tlio Slnto at Columbia. Other important help- for the training of nurses. Tho head much for tho training of brick layers in Agriculturo are: William L. nurse is Miss Kathcrino J. Ogilvle. ers in this part of tho world. L Flanery, Superintendent of tho farm, The School of Printing, with its The Home Sciene Departme and Ralph 0. Fletcher, superintendid equipment in the Bruce four spaoious rooms In Hansi Ing, Is under the general sup dent of the garden. FLETCHER King Edward of England was onco passing in review a great throng of school children when a littlo girl was seen by her teacher to bo crying. "Why aro you crying?' asked tho teacher. "Didn't you seo tho king?'' 'Yes," sobbed tlio littlo girl, "but he didn't seo me." Hero is tho preeminent royally of Christ, if Pilato could have understood it: that while tho crowds seo and acolaiui the kings of earth, Christ alone, the Inflnito King, sees every ono of the crowd, nnd makes his prcsenco and power felt Pilato was conscious of those eyes upon him, and testilled of tho 'Just porson" whom ho delivered to death. By this reluctant witness ho gave all tho acknowledgement of Christ's kingdom his littlo soul was capablo of giving. The Christian Herald, Sfring Total Stenography and Typewriting $10.00 $12.00 $36.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 12.00 10.00 36.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) 6.00 5.00 18.00 Business courso for students in other departments: Stenography 9.00 7.50 27.00 Typewriting, with ono hour's use of instrument 0.00 5.00 18.00 Com. Law, Com. Ceog., Com. Arith., or Penmanship, each 1.80 1.50 5.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education Any at Berea if there is tho will to do so. It is a great advantage to conlinuo during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people wasto timo in the 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 somo of tho best young men and women from other counties and states. Applicants mutt brine or send a testimonial enowlng that they are above 16 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be signed by tome former Berea ttudent or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The ute of tobacco It strictly forbidden, Winter Term opens Jan. 5, 1915. Get ready; be on time! For information or friendly advice write to tho Secretary, able-bodi- MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Bereo, Ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN December .1, 10H. M, Y ' 1 ' 1 r x: m. I I, i i ,5 1 7 J Aunt Faunlo Hnwllngrf is still very Log Lick ill with heart and other troubles. Log Lick, Nov. 28. Severn! Her children hnve nil visited her from this place attended court nt Taylor While visited his brother, J. Winchester Monday Mr. and Mrs. flnWho Is leaching very successfully Jesse Snowden gave Iho young folks at Bright Shade Israel Howard has of this community n social Wednesmoved his family into the Begley day night which was much enjoyed It Ml Vf tit wHm. TM UM IN imwim paMbfe4 to house until he takes possession of by nil present Merrill Rico tins t awrMtfca, tat at aarrMne ( kM, Wrttt aklaly. J. S. Ruwling's properly Nelson ' been seriously III for some time and Jarrell sold his properly to Mr. recently suffered n relapse but Is Shaffer nnd lias relumed hi his much Improved now. MADISON COUNTY sease under control with ns small Several nt loss to farmers and stock men homo on Brushy Branch-- Dr. I. G this place hnve Inken the mumps Speedwell Mnggnrd has returned from Hyden nnd one or two being pupils of the Speedwell, Nov. 30. Everybody possible. ' I and will Carico be glad to seo those need Vienna Rural School If IbO disenso Is pleased with Hip nice rains v Carico, Nov. 30 John Shclton '"8 dental service James McDani w ns in n conlnKlous stnto before nti.l im.mv nr,.Pr.ir w. a are having. Quite a fey were nl Fitchburo Filohhurg, Nov. 28 The people nt nnd Mr. 11. I). Hrilo made n business "f Jk'm, who, ' look1",g nfhT ''! they efl tho school it is feared Sunday School yesterday afternoon not expected to live long Born here, Is on n busl I ben- - may bo an epidemic of Iho on arcount of the rain. Will Dun to Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lear n tine this plnro nre busy gntherlng corn irin tn .......... i nnmi . w umnji ill' mumps nt this place The regulnr ran entertained a number of young girl Joe Shellon is in poor health nnd killing hogs The Rev. J. T. play given by Prof. W. A. Adams, ness trip there The Rev. II Schoettley from Dayton, Ohio, clos choral class of Rev. A. W. Ledford Edward Wnlhen is hack from the Adams held n protracted meeting his high folks Friday night. A nice time was school nnd eight grado pu certainly reported, Mr. and Mrs army on n ninety day furlough-- Bill hero last week Tho young peo pils, at Iho Buck Creek graded school ed n series of meetings nt the Hoi which hns met every Thursday y' iness Church with mi Baker lost a line heifer. Eating, ple at (.oh Hill nre giving a box sup house last Saturday night, night will bo discontinued owing to Rule Stone of Cincinnati, Ohio, are title. meeting Thanksgiving. He goe Inclement weather. Rev. J. II. poKe perries is the supposed cause, per Saturday night for the hcnelll "The Trail the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.Todd of tho Lonesome Pino" from here lo M flora's Creek. Mnllierley conducted the Sunday this week. Miss Bertha Todd and Hiram Glass Is reparing his house, of the church Rabbit hunting proved a success. The proceeds Thanksgiving went off very nicely seems to be nil the go nt Fllchburg wero thirty school Sunday evening. The nl- her brothcr-ln-laArch Murray dollars nnd eighty five PERRY COUNTY now. wns medium good. Annville He made a business trip to Richmond cents. They nre going lo buy n Nov. 28 Mrs. Slcv denlt wllh the subject "Jesus nnd Pryse Wednesday. Fred Stone Is reparing Annvlll Happy school library with the money. The Pryse, Nov. 30 Born lo Mr. nnd house wns full of people Happy, Nov. a chimney for Todd brothers at Casteel has the grippe Miss Mat Court I Judas" In n very interesting wny. nnd hnd tie Medlock has a Hltd sore throat Mrs. Robert Norton the 28th, u line good order Prof. W. A. Adams, still going on nt Hnznrd and the law All fell henclltcd by the meeting. Ilrassllcld. Til I ie Gabbard, the little daughter girl, hrleslned Mnry Eliznbelh- .- wife nnd Blue Lick children, nnd Miss (livens violators are getting their Just ONE SCHOOL'S THANKSGIVING Hluc Lick, Nov. 30. Mrs. Belllc of Daniel Gabbard, is sick Sevcra Fayetto Howell nnd Miss Edna Sam Harmon spent Thanksgiving at the dues hast Kentucky Stove & I.um- The school children nt Mallory en- Federick and little son, of I.e.n'ng of the school girls and boys wen pics were united in matrimony Fri liome of Mr. Rnlcigh Combs. Company of this place are still her day, Nov. 27th. Both residents of ton, who have been visiting with C, home for Thanksgiving holidny. operating on n large scale nmid the Joyed a very pleasant Thanksgiv Sulphur Springi ing. I he boys and girls, of Annville had this place, Several from here nt Cv Mooro and family at Middletown Sulphur Springs, Nov. 28 Work hnrd times Schools in this County Lessons continued until about an enjoyable time at the Masonic tended n box supper nt Eager School relumed home Monday. Miss Dorn on Iho new bridge ncross the creek nre nenring n close, most nil will White was a Thanksgiving visitor Hall last Thursday evening, where House (Leo County) Saturday night is progressing nicely O. B. Moon close on December 18 A good mnny eleven when one of the mother at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matt a box supper was conducted by the All report a nice time Everyono is hauling posts to St. Hcllens this teachers nnd students of this county cut oicr n big pan of molasses Century near Berea, returning to O. E. S. Tho amount realized was busy in this vicinity taking enro of week Sunday School is mnkliur will go to Keren Jnnunry I to nl- - rnndy. We popped a basket of rap", ,pmw of and what fun we had making Lexington Sunday. Rev. Peel, pas $12.00, which will lie used by the the corn crop. rnpld progress recently, most nil nre ''"I"1 ,win'',r "J"1 ",r,n criicker-Jark- s. order for charitable purposes Rev tor of the Glades church, will preach entbuslnstic. ',,,rr' ,(ATy tMml Only n small part of !f,I,'M"-:H,- e ROCKCASTLE COUNTY h,ir '",M al ""'"J"'1- - Member 1, After lunch n little Thanksgiving nl the Blue Lick church next Sat James York and wife nre attending the community may bo considered a series of meetings which are go program wns rentiercu. One girl urday night. Bromo " couiliy mid II ness III st c.S..v.rnl from l.i.rn ! "" story of the "Famous ing on at the Wilson Chapel on '"1 8,,CCPM- - nlm,sl 0V(,ry ,,ho01 rend the Kingston Bromo, Nov. 21-- Miss Mnggic Dc- - tended the Entertainment nt Boone- A boy gave the "Loading h county participftted Fnrm- - Feast." Kingston, Nov. 30 The oyster Moores Creek. Rev. Jnvnes Brewer ord hns been very sick Mr. Wil villo ln( niehi. Tiiv n.nv 1.1,1 M" ,11 '"W ' supper was a success,. Thnnksgiv- - will have charge of the services at limn Brown had an necldent while a line time Tho farmers arc busy ". I.. . !.! I'""V" w" ro " nn... -- .1 of the Pilgrims." Two other chll- " tho Annville Baptist church the Hist Iren rend Thanksgiving poems, nnd ing night, at the Hall. The' pro plittlng wood. He cut his foot bad gathering corn M. R. Thomas nnd p" a""'n"f ror "proro iih- - little Saturday night in December. ceeds will go for the benefit of n lyMrs. Wlliam Brown has been D. G. Brandenburg are preparing to cold weather of Inst week began Childhood." girl recited "HlawathnV Everything ixissilile is being dune Christmas tree Joe Terrill, whose Wo sang "America," "Home Sweet GARRARD COUNTY in this rou'nty by Superintendent residence was burned last week, has Home," and other sc.lool songs, end THE SUFFERERS. puhchascd the Golden property oc Wallaceton Mcintosh, the County Board of Ed cupied by Frank Hnzelwood Out of the smoke of the cannon Hint rages, ucatlon, trustees nnd teachers, lo ing with a story by tho teacher Horn Wallacetown, November 29, 101 bring Perry County to the top notch about "A I.lttlo Girl of Long .Ago," to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Terrill a girl Green H. Gabbard of Charden, 0, Out of the bail of the bullets that fly, Wo ami our treat of cracker-Jack- s. Out of the ashes and dust of the ages, educationally. November 25 Mrs. Terrill is at the who went to Jacksonville, Fla. to Almost every dis Thanksgiving means bet Rises Hie sound of the harsh battlc'-cr- y. In the county has new school know what homo of her mother in Burgin. trict look out a location a few weeks ago, houses and those well furnished. ter than ever. Silver Creek returned the 21th and slopped off Out of the fields with their harvest of dead men, Besides Hazard, the County Seat, hns Silver Creek, Nov. 30. Next Sat- here for a few days' visit with his LIBRARY ADBITION n new graded school building cost Out of the forests made gloomy with fear, urday and Sunday are regular meet- mother, Mrs. Mary E. Gabbard, and Tho Geological Survey of West Rises the wnil of the widow and orphan, ing upwards ing days at Silver Creek. Saturday other relatives. of $30,000.00. The Virginia, 'JO volumes with accom He left for his Asking, again for the home made so drear. motto of the people of Perry County panying maps, has Just been added is call day. All the members should homo Sunday Mrs. Eliza Creech is a high plane of education, the to our Library. be present. John Whittmooro mov- moved to Berea last week to edu High on a throno they have placed Death, the Reaper. teachers especially, n goodly numed into Jim Gabbard's house Friday. cate her children. Her brother. Mr. UNITED STATES NEWS In bis mailed hand is the sword, dripping red; ber of whom received training at The Sunday school will have a Freeman, came to take charge of "1 am my brother's protector and keeper." (Continued from page 1 Berea. pie supper next Saturday, Dec. 5. her farm Mrs. S. W. Wylie was The commission did not suspend Glows on a shield that hangs over his bead. It will bo for the benefit of a ery sick last week but is some BELL COUNTY one-wa- y pnsengcr fare increases in Christina tree. We hope all the better. James Rickard sold his Colmar Central Freight Association territory Low in the dust at his feet kneel, the wfdows, girls will como and bring pics. farm to Mr. Colo Guinn last week. Colmar. Nov. 30 Dr. L. I). IIos- - (Tee live today, nor commutation and Giving their tribute of sorrow and pain, , Also Mr. John Anderson sold his klns went to Hulen Saturday to seo mileage increases, effective later in Sobbing their prayers o'er the bodies of children-H-ot JACKSON COUNTY house and lot, near Wallaceton to a patient. Beull brothers were (lie month. arc tho tears that are falling like rain. Mr. Jack Kidd for K300. Mr. And- Drip Rock here Thanksgiving wtlh turkeys for Lamar's Trial Befllns Drip Rock, Nov. 30. United State's rson will move to Cartcrsville the match Robert Marcum was up New York, Dec. 1 David Heroes aro made in a minute when dying, marshals captured Henry Creech and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Conn near here Thanksgiving on a visit Mrs. was placed on trial in the United , Men do brave deeds by the dozen the score-- But David Still the 18th insU they were and near Cartersville lost their two Fanny Campbell and daughter left States district court today for im of what help is the courage that, flying, child last Monday with at their still when caught, the still ear-o- ld Thursday for Harlan where they personating congressmen with the Drives not the wolf from the lone cottage door? wa3 destroyed. They were taken to diphtheria Mrs. Mary J. Mahaffey will spend their winter. intention of defrauding J. P. Morgan Richmond Jail, but are now out on of near Collego Hill moved ipto Ralston Co, and the United States Steel Where is the comfort that comes from the knowledft . bond. Their trial is set for April Mrs. McCollum's house in Wallace-to- n Ralston, Nov. 25. Wo have had orporalion. That a whole nation will honor the dead; 27. Mrs. Nannie Parsons is some last week Mr. and Mrs. Oscar some cold weather with two inches When women's faces'arc shrunken and Commemorates Treaty ot Ghent d, better at present, she has throat Gabbard attended church at Berea of snow Mr. Frank. York left Sun Washington, Dec. I. President And baby voices- - arc asking for bread? FSunday at the Baptist Churc- htrouble. F. M. Cox tilled his reguday to take up a position as mine Wilson tomorrow will umcil a mar Margaret E. Sangster, Jr., in the Christian Herald. lar appointment nt this place Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis entertained foreman A deaf and dumb man was ble tablet nl the Octagon house, one day, there was a large crowd pres- quite a number of their friends killi-i- l liv n train lust week Work f Washington's historic landmarks. ent C. C. Carroll has bought Vt. T. with a candy party last Thursday quite ill with fever Mr. Green bring in n new supply of goods is more plentiful than it has been ouunemoraling the rallllcation of PofTs place on Dry Fork. Mr. Poff night nt their home Mr. J. E. Par- Cress has Just finished repairing soon John Halcomb who has been for weks Charley Honda is on the the treaty of Ghent there 100 years qnd m the U. S. army for the past sick list expects to return to Berea soon and son was called to his father's home Mr. G. W. Marler's house Mr. this week. J. C Bullock igo. John H. Webb is going to move to last Thursdy on account of the ill Mrs. John Scott are the proud par- three years has returned home. i1IL, lnftv,.,i fnmllv from Ga.ilev Dry Fork. John H. Russell, who has ness of his father The long looked ents of n fine boy which makes them Green Hall ,( (l. i..r,i vri-- ..nv.. fln,. Green Hall, Nov. 30 Beautiful been sick for some time is no better. for tobacco season has come so the seven sons. Mr. Tom Stephens sold CINCINNATI MARKETS John H. Webb is just about done farmers can get busy Luck to The his farm and purchased a farm near weather continues nnd ns a result A1, rt.porl n nice (im,.. pnrk),r assessing. He has sold )iis horse to Citizen. Mrs. Betty Cress has rural schools nre going to nverage u nrnvvninir whn Quali, Ky. t,,r i.mi Corn No. 1 white (Sc. No. 2 whlu C. C. Carroll and is taking it a foot. been very ill with pneumonia Mr. good per cent Point Level f attendance Mr. nnm,m,,v i,n. . C496Sc. No. 3 white 636c, No. 4 Mmmrri. r Nov. 28 Mr. Smith, John Hnmm moved in his new res- Marl Flanery Is not expected to livo Point Level, Maulden r,irwi ,n i,ru white MH62c. No. 1 yellow 65c, No. i !n.,i,.. 2 yellow 64665c, No. 3 yellow 63f Maulden, Nov. 28. Lucy Moore who has been having such serious idence last week Mrs. Jack Norton but a short time. His children and 64c, No. 4 yellow Ct'iOMttc, No. 1 LETCHER COUNTY entertained quite a number of young trouble with his eyes, is able to has purchased a farm of Mrs. Joo near relatives have been called to mlled 65c, No. 2 mixed 646Sc. No. 3 folk nt her home the past Saturday carry the mail again A, birthday Moore The Meeting at the Provi- his bedside Born lo the wife of 'Whlteiburo mixed 62064c. No. 4 mixed 6lHff2c, night- - W. A. Cape has a new line party was given Miss Alia Ham- dent church has closed with sever- Willnm Cook n line girl. Thoy nre hlte ear 'G63c, yellow 61jC3c, Whitesburg, Nov. 30 A move-n- il smiles as this is the second girl, menl for Kreater church eftleloncv mixed 60ff63c. of Merchandise and is now ready to mond, Saturday night at Miss Ham al additions. Hay No. 1 timothy $19019.50, No. They have seven boys Little Har-l- is Boone being carried on. in the following 2 timothy fl7Cfl7.f0, No. 3 timothy wait on the people. Born to Mr. mond's home. A large crowd was present. Boone, Nov. 30 We have Delightful refreshments t;y Flanery broke his leg last week, places, under direction of the Pas- - $1S 15.50, No. 1 clover mixed $l"t had and Mrs. Ben Farmer November 14 were served and nil had a glorious somo nice weather. Farmers have ttut it is doing nicely W. R. Roy- - tors, and Executive Committee of 17.7S, No. 2 clover mixed 15ir,,75. a baby girl her name is Hutliie. is been making use of it gathering noiis,farm demonstrator, will speak the Three Forks Baptist Assocln-- at No. 2 clover $15.25. time Miss Fnnnio Dowden Sand Gap SI (762c, stand, OaU No. 2 spending Thanksgiving Bethlehem school, Dec. 9, at 10 Hon. in Paris. corn. Wo aro bnving n good rain Meetings will bo held nt ard SQGSOttc white 3 Hwhite 49'W Sand Gap, Nov. 28. The children No. Mr. Henry Sanders has purchased today Mrs. Mary Blair, wife of K. o'clockThe boys around hero Whitesburg. Sunday. November 29: 50 He. No. 4 4S,4G 49 4c. No. 2 mixed of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Williams have November 30; 4HOS0c, No. 3 mixed 49049 tfc, No. been very sick. Dr. J. B. Settle is Mr. Hill's store at McCreary and C. Blair, has returned from Harlan spent Thanksgiving hunting. Much Mt. Olive, Monday. 4 mixed 480-49c-. having a nice barn erected. Sher-mn- n moved the goods to his store here, County and is very ill over tho trip. gamo was killed Pork is tho gen- - Bush Branch, Tuesday. DecemlH'i- Rye No. 2 tl.07Ol.08, No. 3 $1.04 Mr. Lnuey of Artimus has moved eral dish now, as most of the farm- - I; Hyden. Wedneday, December 2; Miss Mattie Adams of Lancaster Durham has moved into his 01.07, No. 4 J6cft$1.05. Wheat No. 2 red ll.HffU.4V4, No. now home Undo Hiram Gray has is the attractive guest of Mr. and in our midst Mrs. Mary Blaij wife ers nre butchering Wo can scarce- - Hazard, Friday. December I: Dwarf. of J. A. Blair, has returned from vis- ly wait on the Citizen to come, wo Saturday and Sunday. December 5. 3 red $1.1301.14, No. 4 red $1,070 moved to the home of James Ham- Mrs. Henry Sanders this week, o; Hindmnii. Monday and Tuesday. 1.12. mond. The Rev. G. V. demons is Dillard Sebastin of Hockley, preach iting her father at Cloves Fork-- Mr. enjoy reading it so much. Poultry Menu, 4V4 lb and over, George Lamb ed at Good Hope Sunday. There will has moved on December 7, 8. Tho following 12c; 3V4 lbs and over, 10c; under conducting a series of revival meetbo preaching again the first Sun- tho premises of G. L. Wren Dock CLAY COUNTY speakers will lake pnrt; Evangelist, 3V4 Ibi. 10c; rooiters, 9c; aprlncera, ings here at the Baptist Church. So Burning Springs Giles C. Taylor. Elder A. S. Petry, over I hi lb, 11c; 1H lb and under, far the meeting has been a success. day in December Miss Kate Ham Wynn is erecting for himself a new Burning Springs, Nov. 27 The Pastor John W. Crow. Pastor A. C. 13r; young spring duck, 4 lba and There was a cut-o- ff of Mrs. J. R. Durham and daughter, spent Sunday with the Misses Crib building over, 14c; spring ducka, over 3 Ibi, "men on the railroad last week. Rev. C. F. Onley ot Lexington pre- - Hutson, Elder Silas B. Richie, Prof, 13c; ducka, white, under 3 lba, 10c; Tilda, drove to Happy Heights last ble. siding elder of this district iledi- - B. M. Sbacklett, Felix G. Fields, nnd colored, 10c; young hen turkoyi, 8,lba ESTILL COUNTY week to visit relatives. S. B. Chris-ma- n cajed tho now Methodist Episcopal B. F. Cornell. Tho W, M. U. of Un- and over, 14Vic; young torn turkeys, OWSLEY COUNTY Iron' Mound is working on Dr. Settle's barn. Posey church last Sunday morning. All Baptsit Church of Whitesburg will 14 Vic; cull turkeys, 8c. firsts Jesse Durham is doing carpentry Iron Mound, Nov. 29 Turkeys firsts 83c, Kirs Posey, Nov. 28 Mr. 0. J. Judd, tho services were well attended and give a bazaar nl this place begin- ordinary Prime 24c, aeconda 22c. 31 He, work for David Durham. flrita wero only eleven cents for Thanks county clerk of Owsley and Miss brother Onley's work left a deep ning December II, IDtl. nutter Whole milk creamery exEthel giving. A great many are holding tras 36c. centralized creamery extraa Ethel, Nov. 28. Mr. John Maupin their's for Christmas Mrs. Fred Winnie Flanery, both of this place, impression on nil Much conuncn 33ttc, tints 29HO30Hc. leconda 25 wero united in marriage Nov. 25 datinn is duo our pastor, Rev. C. F. CLARK COUNTY has moved to Gray Hawk where ho Witt has gone to Winchester 02Cc, dairy fancy 25c, No. 1 packing to by Rev. Kirk. They left for Louis- Chvstnut, who with many others, Ford atock 19Vic purchased a farm recently. Mr. have somo dental work done Pro. ville where they will spent their labored for live weeks in getting the Cattle Dutcher steers, extra $7.60 Font, Nov. 30 Matt Northnm and John MuKinney is reported to have li. r. Hall, of Cob Hill, has Just closhoneymoon. We wish them a long house lilted up so beautifully family moved from Perry County to 7.75, good to choice $6.6007.40, comsoiu his farm on Sextong Creek ed a very successful singing school mon to fair $5.5006.25: lielferi, extra Ford. Tho Ford graded school had $7.2507.50, good to choice $6.5007, for eight hundred dollars and pur at tho Fork school house. George an eutertaluinenl nt the church common to fair $4.60 cows, ex; chased a farm from M. H. Hornsby Johnson and family wero cnlled to Thursday night. All reported a Una tra $5.6506. good to choice $5,250 near Nathanton for $1,500. Robert Madison County on account of tho time V. McClahon is putting in 6.65, common to fair $3.2506; canntn If you want a Galvanized Roof that docs Mctcalf purchased a mule recently death of his niece, Mrs. Myrtle $3.2504.25. strojiger power for his saw mill" to from G. W. Browning for $110 Tho Bulla Bologna $5.6006.65, xtra who died Sunday A. D. not have to be painted be sure and get Many $6.75, fat bulla $6.2506.75. go to work In tho Spring corn crop is considered better than Howard having rented his farm to right kind of Galvanized Roofing. the Calves Kxtra $12013, fair to good good wishes for The Citizen. an average. It is being gathered Robert Frost will move to Collego $10012, common and large $7011. and is selling for 50c per bushel Hill Foxes have been catching a Hogs Selected heavy $7.25, good to Our Material and Workmanship are Slock trading, especially cuttle, is great many turkeys around here. packers and butchers $7.15(j Kt&frcky Hktery ia Oittiae choicemixed packers $707,15, atags $50 7.25, very dull nl present owing to tho Tho fox hunters are having their Guaranteed. 6.25, common to choice heavy fat sow a CerraUui with U. S. HUtory scare from disease sport at the expense of Iho fowl $5.75 0 6.75, light ahlppera $6.3006.90, which is prevalent in some purls of ruisers Rev. A. Easter of Clny City Price 25 CU plga (110 lba and less) $5,5046.25. HENRY LENGFELLNER Sheep tiood to choice $5.2506.50, this stato and other market centers. tilled his appointment at Corrinth Mus Maggie Reynolds common to fair $3.2506. Wo hope the federal and state Inst Sunday Mrs. Julia Vuughn Is Pbeae 7 or 187 Imafaep oa Jacfa Street, Bow, Ky. Lambs Uood to choice $8.7608.85, Bos 4B NichoUivill. Ky. authorities will soon have the di very poorly ut this writing. common to fair $6.5008.65. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Don't say" Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zaring's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. a.i.. 11 riu .,!.. all-da- w, '.."H-- Circuit 1 ' ".. 1 tear-staine- i. 06-25-