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Knowledge Is power and the wny to keep up with motion knowledge is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XVI. Plvo Cents n Copy. mwva Mniso coi'vrv khnticky, dkckmmkh OUR nn STATE Ono Dollar a Voir. No. 25 "Let Us Have Peace" realize what is goiiitf on across the sea! livery morning men go out to battle as we tfo out to labor, and every night some of them are brought home on biers and stretchers never to labor or to fight again. And day and night women and children and old men are hungry and lonely, cold and comfortless, becanse their natural helpers are engaged in war or slain already. And the war is for no purpose or benefit and comes from no cruise that is worthy. There was jealousy and suspicion. The presence of arms made men feel like use-in- g arms, and one wrong provoked another, so that the great feud of nations is started, and the end no man can see. Let us be thankful that we have a President whose head is not turned by the intoxication of power or the excitement of conflict, and let us be thankful for our national heroes like Washington whose counsel was always for reason instead of violence, and for Grant who left us the.great motto, "Let us have peace." vt-- UNITED STATES MEWS IN Big Cotton Loan Plan Completo, No OWN SERVIANS AGAIN RETAKE CAPITAL Austrians Reported Driven Out, of Belgrade. ' GENERAL M0NTEAGUD0 Commander In Chief of Cuban Army Is Dead. How little The I $135,(100,000 cotton loan plnn the surplus cotton crop was unanimously approved on the lib at Washington. Although we lo llunnre have no definite knowledge of how much rash will he drawn from this fund to carry tho surplus cotlon crop;eslluiates on this amount range and from i3 0,000,000 lo $70,000,000 members of Ihe Cotton Loan Committee are confident lhal. hundreds of applications for loans will In) in before .lanuary 1st. 1 Spoclfic Infection Among Babbits II has been feared lhal siure many rabbits have been found dead In the ileitis thai there was danger of Hie animal epidemic (hat is soj seriously alTerllng other animals. Specimens have been submitted to lltt ffiitnlitiliwitil (i t .i tin j t after careful examinations Ihey 1 I i ntwl re- - DETAILS OF WAR ELSEWHERE Winter and Summer 0 The people of cold countries have always surpassed the people of warm countries. In the cold countries nature teaches us all to use the summer as a preparation for winter. Sometimes we think that Kentucky is riot far enough A good many people because the sun to the northward. shines so much forget that cold is coming! Now is the time for all of us to be kind to those in need. If your neighbor has not a good coal bin, if there are fatherless children, if there are the sick and aged" in need of warmth and food, now is the time for those who have hearts in them to show that they are good neighbors. CONTENTS READ IT ALLI CHIPS On account of so ninny good Christmas will he here and you will thing- - to give yon this week we not lie nhle to pi;i?e that friend have Iff I out the concluding chapt- unless you get a nice fountain pen, ers of The lk'tilth Master and the such as Tlni Citizen, for a present. Land of Ilroken Promises till next week. They nro good and you It will only take a little hustling don't want to forget to read them on your part to get up two now when they appear. and get The Citizen I'on. suh-sorili- PACE " ' """vfrTr N'rUPST' "Let It will pay you to take the CitiVace.'VWmior and Summer, izen next year as it is growing helr.hiH. To .Ml the Christian ler every issue. 1'tMiplo 't Kentucky, IJ. S. New, Our Own What is a dollur compared to llio 1. Kditnrinls Us Have Slate,-Wo- rld PACE good you wilf derive H. M. izen ne.xt year? WiHhhurn. Ilerea in Y. M. G. I, i iieiiimiiuei we pay A. Work. War News. Mounlittle .crviee. Step, tain Agriculture.. Hogging Corn a and Coupons. What Aro You friend and Doing With Your Lots?, Sun- tion for The Cilieu from The Cit you wen ior a over to your new subscrip and get a dol 2.Afrie,an Letter ly day School Lesion. PACE Schools of College. PACE 4. -- Local lar knife for your trouble. Ho-r- cn Make two little clfnrts and gel a good fountain pen. Send us in two News. College Ba- PAGE 5. Local News ami new subscribers for one vear each and see what we will do for you. You know thai Tlio Citizen stands for that which is rigid; why not present it lo your friends and get yourself a nice present nud then (hank your friends for their kind ness for being your friends. Items. PAGE ron College. PACE 7. Vocational School of College. PAGE 8. Hast Kentucky News. 6'nculional Schools of II.;-r- ca Now is tho tlmo to gel busy. If no ono will gel you a Christmas 'Nut Citizen Knife free with ono present wo will do it for a liltlo serlionallde new subscription and ton vice. Head our special offers lo conts extra. you. If you nro not a subscriber, or if your friends are not, see to it that The Citizen Fountain Pen fien Markets, Poem. with two honalldu new subscriptions for ono year. Tho Household Guide free for one houillde new subscription for one year. they aii and receive a free premium. rf" don't get in on this big offer Ymi wi" 8l,rc'b' regret it if you wo aro making on our line line of premiums. You want The Citizen anil one of the premiums on our special It makes no difference (o whom we send The Citizen, the worse Ihe bet tor as we are sure it will do them good to read what we have for (hum, so don't hu too particular whose names you send in witli n dollar each, you will gel your reward at once. Iliblo Symbols for two bonafldu new subscriptions for on year. To All the Christian People of Kentucky An Appeal for Consideration of Moral as well as Intellectual and Vocational Education in the Schools and Colleges of Kentucky At tho Stale Student Conference From State University: Professor of Kentucky Young Men's Christian Lyman Chalkloy. Association at Winchester on No- From Cumberland College: Professor vember 7, 101 f. a Conference was John Vallaudingham. held of delegates from tho faculties From Eastern Kentucky Normal: of tho following Kentucky Colleges. Professor II. 0. Stott 0. From Berea College: Professors It was unanimously resolved as Clark, H. II. Huberts, T. J. Osborne, the sentiment of the Conference Hint II. Ii. Tnylor, J. W. Whilehouse, moral development and training T. A. Edwards, and M. B. Vaughn. should receive as great consideraFrom Kentucky Wesleyan: Profes- tion in the education of our youth sors U. T. Spencer, J. II. Hewlett, in our schools as thu intellectual W. 11. Mitchell, and J. L. IJosloy. and vocational; that our educational From Georgetown College: Profes- system should make provision for sors J. L. Hill, A. L. Ilhoton, Gar- - such moral development and trainnctt Ilyluud, 1). C. Henry, II. N.I ing. In order to promulgate this Daniel, and George Hagland. sentiment, the Central Kentucky From Transylvania Unviersity: Pro- Faculty Advisory Couuoil of tho fessor Clarence C. Freeinnn. Slate Young Men's Christian AssoFrom Central University: Professors ciation was appointed n committee C. 0. Crooks, N. F. Smith, I). L. to draft a memorial of tho views of ' (Continued on 1'ige Eight.) Thomas, and Henry Meier. I Gifts for Europe The spiril of peace on earth and good jvill to men is being carried lo the sufferers from the wnr in Kurope in a most siihMnntinl manner. Itepnrts lo the Post Olllce Department on the 15th showed lhal the steamer St. Paul on lasl SaturRobbed of Her, Savings of day, carried .'100,000 pounds It Is reported on the 151 Ii that a Christmas mail. This is (he largest ever llourbon County woman was robbed single ocean mail shipment of her lifetime savings near Hutchimade. son. The thieves secured the money Famous Surgeon to go to the War amounting lo $018, by breaking open Zono her trunk with an nx while Ihe famDr. George W. Crilo of Cleveland, ily were at dinner. Two negroes Ohio, who has an international have been arrested on suspicion. as a surgeon, decided on the Payroll Padding Charge I Tilli lo leave mi (he .10th to take up A former bookkeeper of the Ken-s- ee work at tho American Ambulance Coal Company, Kugene Howard Hospital near Paris. Another physician and several nurses will .accom- by name, was placed in jail at Wilpany him. They will do relief work liamsburg in default or $2,000 bond. among the wounded soldiers of Hie Ho was arrested at Savannah charged with padding I he company's Kuropean war. payroll. German Cruiser Given 24 Hours to Bell County in for Good Roads Move Petitions are being circulated in The German cruiser Cormoran arrived in (he harbor of Guam, an lli'll Ciilmlv for Hut liolilfiifr of Mil American port, in tho La drone ar election on the question of issuing chipelago. She was in need of 1,500 bonds lo the amount of 250,000 for Ions of coal, fresh water and pro- the purpose of building modern mavisions in order to reach the near- cadam highways in that county. The est German post. She was given petitions nro being freely signed and number 100 tons of coal, fresh water and more than the required 21 hours lo movj! out. If she docs wHl be affixed before the ilth of not. Ioavc in this staled lime she January when the petitions will be will be required to interne for the Med in the County Court. It is believed lhal I lie amount asked for, war. together with the Slate aid, will bo Protection for Panama- - Canal smfleient to give the entire county Requested a complete good roads' system. Colonel Goethal of Ihe Panama CaProspects for Clay County nal Zone recently requested that two Reports from Darbourville state destroyers be placed at the mouths of the canal to euforco neutrality at that a parly of twelve Pennsylvania Panama. There is a difference of coal operators made a trip of inopinion at Washington relative to spection from that place (o Clay granting this request. Tho President County coal Holds, and limber land. discussed Ihe situation witli the These operators own 20,000 acres of Cabinet. The meeting ended without laud in that county and have a deal a decision having been reached be- on for 12,000 acres additional. Talk cause further advice from Gov. Goe- of a now railroad from Harbourvillo to Manchester has been revived, and thal had not arrived. hi view of tho heavy purchases of Cotton Movement Toward Germany coal land recently it is thought that Chicago, Dee. 1.1. Heavy buying of its construction is not far off. raw cotton has been stalled in the I Negro Trailed I'nited Slates by agent of the GerNear Pikevillc a man government, according to information obtained by Chicago bank- bloodhound successfully trailed a ers. Six vessels are now loading at 'negro to his homo and the olllcer southern points for destinations in 'Mat Sanders recovered a consider Germany, and tho cargoes will cost able quantity of clothing that Ihe that country $00 a halo by the time negro, Paulus Thompson, is said to have stolen from his neighbor, it lauds there. o 'Thompson, his mother and two Epidemic Costs Big Bill women were arrested. Washington, Dec. 15. Since Oct. Henrv Honkins Gives tin 10th the date when the Henry Hopkins, who was charged epidemic broke out the agricultural department representatives with tho murder of Ilerea City Marwith the slate agents shall, John A. Collins, on August in have killed 20,05:1 cattle, 30,300 swine, 23txl last, gave himself up to tho au 1,112 sheep, and $2 goats. During thoritics of Madison County nl RichHie last ten days comparatively few mond Monday morning about 0:30. animals have been killed, To dale Hu is now in the county jail await- the federal government has incurred jing t:is (rial. obligations amounting to $I,IBI,820, 83. The $2,500,000 that Ihu depart The time to act is now. Suhscribo ment is asking, is thought by the for Tho Citizen. bureau of animal industry, to be sufficient (o pay all tho expenses of WILL BE SHOT IF CONVICTED the light against the epidemic. rcp-ulnli- on well-trained Ne-grI In Flanders the French Report That After tho Law Breakers the Allied Armies Continue to Push Ou Hit I5lh Governor McCreary the Kaiser's Forces Back, While on otfered .200 for the arrest of organthe Eastern Front the Russians ized law breakers in the neighborClaim Whatever of Advantage There hood of Island, McLean County. Is In Present Campaign. Complaint has come to Ihe Goser-if- or lhal il was impossible lo gel Nlsli, Servla, Dec. 15. Tho Servievidence before I he grand jury ans, after a despurato battle, have reagainst the lawbreakers. entered Helsmde. port no speeillc among rabbits. infeclion found Vienna, Dec. 15. Tho following official statement has been Issued: "Oar offensive movement from tho River Drtna encountered southeast or Jaljcvo a greatly superior enemy. Our advance not merely had to bo stopped, but wo were compelled to retire. Our troops bad for many weeks fought obstinately and brilliantly, but with heavy losses, and against this fact we may set tho entry to Belgrade. Now steps will be taken to repel tho enemy. In tho flglitln;; In western Gallcla the southern wing of tho Russian army was defeated on Dec 12 and forced to retreat. Pursuit of tho Russians has AH attacks elsewhere) commenced. along tho battle front havo broken down as previously." London, Dec. 15. Officially Franco, announces that the Germans have been pushed bock In Flanders In the region of Verdun, In their positions about St, .MSlilel nnd In Alsaco; and that German artillery has been withdrawn northward from long held positions on tho heights of the Mouse. Tho reports Indicate steady progress of tho allies' offensive movement. The German war offtco mokes no reference to tho situation In Flanders Havana, Dec. 15. General Joso Do J. Monteagudo, commander In chief of the Cuban army, Is dead here. FELL VICTIM OF A BRITISH SUBMARINE Turkish Warship Destroyed Ihe Dardanelles. Word has come Ilrltlxh sillmiarine lines turpedued and sunk tiio Turkish battleship Messudleh in the Dardanelles, braUng mines and tno fire of the forts, nnd returning unln Jured to tho fleet outsldo. Thl3 achievement not only robs Turkey of Its first llg waishlp, but greatly restores the confidence of the public In the ro)nl ;mvy's uso of modem warfare's most dreaded weapon the submarine. It la recogulzed hy naval experts that It wus a difficult Job to enter the Dardanelles, let fly a torpid') or two nnd set away unscathod. victim, the battleship The Messudleh, was an" old nought which was built In 1871 ai lilnckwell In this country, but which was reconstructed at Genoa In iyo:. She was about 10,000 tons displacement and mill u useful defeuslvo vessel. Tho official report niake3 no mention of the loss of llfo when tho Messudleh was torpedoed, but It Is assumed here thnt the loss of life was heavy. The Messudleh had a crew of 600 nnd was piobably officered In part by Geimun?, as German officers have been assigned to Turkish warships very generally slnco tho sultan declared hlmsc'f as an ally of the kaiser. successful raid probably Tho was the second attempt of tho kind. More thnn n week ago It was reported from Constantinople that a foreign submarine, presumably Hrltlsh, hau, been detected by tho lookout on the forts at the entrance of tho Dardanelles nnd had been flred on. Apparently the first raider got away uninjured, ulthouph without accomplishing her object, since thero was no further report of her from either TuTklsh or British sources. London, Dee. 15. In hem D-- ll that the or In merely that ll;ht attacks by tho French have been repulsed.' Unofficial reports from Petrosrad say tho Russians have won a heavy northern Franco, and elves out cavalry engagement south of'Mlava and that tho Germans aro In full retreat on their frontier. Tho latest official Russian report announces a successful completion ot tho operations around .Mlava and asserts that the nre in retreat. Tho news from the center In Poland Indicates that tho German armies at Lodz and Lowlczaro at a standstill. Gor-.ma- 's pro-drea- Leaky Pipe Creates Havoc in Cleveland The entire west end of the city of Cleveland was rocked and a two-slo- ry brick apartment and business block was wrecked. Three famil ies were practically wiped out of existence by the explosion. It is believed to have resulted from an accumulation of gas from a leaky pipe in thu basement of tho building. A photograph studio occupied thu I Irs I floor and it is supposed that I he fumes reached thu dark room and caused (ho blaze. More Execution! In Mexico. Washington, Doc. 15. General Mexico City. Public tho principal plnza of tho city In from of the nnttonal palace nnd scones re calling tho reign of terror and tin days ot Robesplerro In Parts are llko ly to be enacted In this capital. A delegation of Zapatistas called on Pro visional President Gutierrez and de manded that hereafter all executloni be carried out publicly In front of tin national palace. Oen. Gutierrez at once assured the members of the com mltteo that bo would comply. WILL HAVE TO USE KNIFE executions Ii An Operation on the KalieCs Throat Hat Been Found Necessary. egram has been received here from whose sun U tho husband ot Munich announcing that an operation former President Huerta's daughter, upon the kaiser's throat has been and four minor officers were oxecntel fouud necessary, but that bis high foby a firing squad In the Spanish ceme yer renders Inadvisable the uso of tho tery at Moxlco City on Dec. t), Special knife for the presenL The crown prince has been summoned from the Afvnt SlUlmau wires the sUto front to his father's bedside. Ileme, Switzerland, Due 13. A tel- are taking their normal course and there Is nothing to report from East Prussia and from South, Poland. Italy has not received from Turkoy a reply to her demand for a formal apology for the sclzuro In tho Italian consulate at Hodeldah ot the BrltUh consul, and for an Indemnity to satisfy an Italian official who was Injured. It Is expected that Italy will set a tlmo limit today on the satisfaction ot hor demands. General von der Goltz, the famous German tactician, who has arrived In Constantinople to command the Turkish armies, said In an Interview nt Sofia that ho has urged Turkey to apoloKlze, In order to avoid International complications. The French government, Issuing official Servian roports, says that tho Austrian are retiring on all fronts after loslner 28,000 prisoners, 74 cannon and 44 muchlno guns, and that the Servian advance Is under full headway. It Is unofficially stated that tho Austrlans have been forced to withdraw troops from Servla In order to protect Hungary from the Russian Invasion. Sweden's Attitude Menacing. It Is reported from Petrograd that Sweden Is incensed over German threats nnd Is conferring with Norway and Denmark. The attitude ot Sweden toward Russia Is described as mora friendly than at any time since the war beKan. The French government's official report show, despite cautious phrasing, that the general offensive, movement by the allies Js getting results all along the battle front Tho three features that stand out most prominently are that tho French and British have succeeded In pushing forward the wedge that they had driven Into the German line southeast of Ypres; that fee Germans' apparently have been forced to withdraw their heavy artillery farther northward on the heights f the Meuse, thereby weakening their position at SL MthUL u4 that the French have advanced their Whole line fa Alsace. i- The German Report. Germany says of the situation In Poland (bat the operations In the north BRITISH LOSS to OF OFFICERS 1 The Total Up to December 3,466. Amounted London. Dec. 15. The official officers' casualty list tor the week ended Nov. 30. has Just been made public It ahows thnt In these Heven days the British forces on the continent lost 79 officers killed and 141 wounded and tLat 33 were reported mlBslng. This gives a total of 253 for tho week. Added to the previous totals, the last report shows that slnco the outbreak of hobtllltles. Great Britain has had 960 officers killed and 1,918 wounded, while 582 have been reported missing. The total of casualties of officers up to date Is therefore 3,466 men. Big Shipment of Honey. Kvausvlllo, Ind., Dec. 15. What Is said to be a record shipment of honey In this stato by an Individual has been made from hero by R. A. Ross, who shipped 14,000 pounds or comb honey to a Chicago commission house. Tho shipment represents a season's yield from his 27,000,000 bees. I . i. n . - .. 5uub uuvo lurccu turn uvrsiue VJ urnw maintained and the French back their artillery on the heights of the Mcuso, Is tho most significant. ed forward along the Ypres There Is great hope hero that the loop west of Hollelieke, a town around St, Mlhlel wUJ be, entire!:- - been held by the Germans closed within a few weeks and that tho Oermans will be forced to clear out ot eastern Franco. Tho situation In Flanders, as summarized by the government, appears to bo entirely favorable to tho allies. Tho offensive movement bemin a week ago has been have movcanal and which baa for many v wl. Winter Term Opens January 6, 1915 Pago Two, fllB my power is so weak and I can- -' not mako but few brllovo it. Friends pray for us that God may strengthen our testimony and open tho hearts of this people. As to our needs, wo need first of nil (ho prayers of our Christian friends in tho homeland and then wo nerd n doctor. Will not ono of the hoys with whom I used lo play at football or who sal beside mo in (he old school rooms so dear to us nil coma out hero and help In this conquest for souls? A doctor, a doctor, friends of old Derea, send us n doctor. With best wishes to all. Your fellow-stude- nt and friend, II. M. Washburn. Address: Luebo, CITIZKN December 17, 1014. The Citizen A that BUYrlTJP CtDAY MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Form Demonstrator and Special fsmlly newspspsr for ill that trua and Inttrettlng. rublUhnl erery Thnrwlay (InrtirporHtnl) t It tight Ky. nma. Investigator BEREA PUBLISHING CO. WM. C. FROST, EdilorJivChW Cll. WERTENBtRGlR. M.n.tini Editor BOWMAN, Aaaiitant MannfM' F. O. Subscription Rates IN AllVANCK PAVA II LK all Montha Three Month ny I nrna moneyBMfUiatMl tirsft Jnc Year It. A3 inuti "ih", what dale your nuWriptlon Upairl. If It lain ehanrnt within Ihrte wctka after renew re notified MlMltijf nltm.' . 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I scarcely know what to write All this is so strange you now. and we know so little of the work and the people that I fear lo write about that phase of our lives. First let mo say that I am not at our station, but havo been for flvo weeks on an Itineration of our field in the northeastern section. News reached mo from the slition We yesterday that all arc well. are but two families now in Ibanche, Mr. and Mrs. Allen from Missouri and the Washburns. Our Held is somewhat larger than the stale of Kentucky, which has been assigned to us. Just to the of west and north aro hundreds miles which have never been touched with the gospel. So our only boundary lines aro to the south, ono day's march to Luebo and to the cast ten days march to another of our stations, Mutolo. The people, I know so little about them that I fear to write. Sufflco it to say this time that they are as conservative as the most rigid high-claman of India or the ancestor worshipping Chinaman. This is not true of the people at our other stations, however, for they are open to the gospel. As to their numbers, nono know, let mo say however, that I know the names of hundreds of villages where tho missionary has never been and they know not the name of our Lord and Master. On this present trip I havo met with the unanswerable question "Why did you not como sooner if your religion is the only true religion." This question loom3 up in many villages and I can but admit that tho church has been too slow in sending out the gospel. You may bo curious to know how we live. Well, at the station we have a houso of live large rooms and a hallway. True this house is built of mud but the walls are thick and have been well smoothOur ed with a plaster's trowel. indeed, homo is very comfortable and sometimes we wonder if it is not too much so. On tho road we live in a tent. This is because of tho awful dirt and disease of the natives. We begin our day at 5 a. m. ana usually quit worn at u p. m. On tho road it is one continuous day of preaching and talking to the natives, traveling and the like until we send tho natives away for the night. Our health is excellent, in fact, Mrs. Washburn and I have had better health out bero than we had in tho homeland. And as you know us wo were not considered invalids in tho homeland. On tho road I livo mostly on such things as I can get in tho villages as chickens, corn, meat or cakes, cow peas, sweet potatoes, onions, eggs, and some fruit but not a great amount. Wo always carry a reserve stock in tins but I seldom open a tin on tho road. Some of my friends accused me of wanting to come out hero that I might hunt. Well, if that was my KAI8ER TO UNDERGO OPERATION purpose, I have certainly been disappointed. I see plenty of elephants, Geneva, repon Switzerland. A AI.LKN "37" $800 buffalo, leopard and deer tracks but WE WANT a wlJcawil DEALER Ja each reached Basel from Berlin that Km havo not tho time to go and hunt up town In Southern Ohio, adjacent territory In W. poror William will be obliged to under Virginia, Boulh'TH Indiana entire tho animals. I fear my record along Ktnluikr to Ukt on our lineand LEWIS, blite ol go an operation of the throat when hi ot ALLEN and UKTZ automobile. Our ctra KKLL tool, tho sportsman's line is a slim one. utUfy the owners, and you make UONKY. From has sufficiently recovered from hit present Illness. Ills present condltloi Dut really thcro is ten thousand t7J up; ilao line at tl'Ji. Tbla if a good chine la favorable. The doctors, however for an eitabllihed Auto Dealer to taka on a times (ho Joy in gathering a group lint of popular ran, cr for s lira consider that it would bo Inadvlsablt IIU3TLKH with, a littl monrr and bailing to get of pcopfo together and telling tho Into a tint dais for his, majesty to return to the fron buainra. Writ Gospel story for the first time they qulik for particulars to the factory lteprrwnta-tlv- r for several weeks, and he probablj KENTON UOTOIW havo ever heard it. I only regret Ninth bt., LlMinnaU, Oblo. COMPANY, ill E. will pass Christmas at home. J ss shoe-shining J AFRICAN LETTER Il)anclio Station, Sept. 7, 1914. Dear Friends of Old Bcrca I liavo been bero at work now al Any Dear Bcrca Friends: ncwwlralcr will ahow yoit a copy; or write the During my visit of two or three publisher for free asmple a postal will do. days in Bcrca I havo had many inSI. SO A YEAR lSe A COPY quiries from interested friends ns Popular Mechanics Magazine to tho naluro of my work as Secrea Ho. Michigan Aw., CHICAGO tary of a Miners Young Mens Chris tian Association in the Coal fields Of ,,, v. u. P. A. i with Eastern Kentucky. I shall try in a Ul0 company and lho bcsl pcopi0 of unci way to givo un iuc oi u.u ,ho COmmuniLy to sccuro and keep kind of work we aro doing. Ul0 camp a placo for homcs an(J Many corporations see the need of 8cll003 an,i rcigion Instead of a rccreationnl, social and religious stopping place for a man who cares centers in their towns or camps. ony lo n)ako ,n0ncy. Wo need the Men must havo recreation and so- - praycrs and support of all who are cial contact with his fcllowman on t10 st(e 0r rjg,t hecause we meet and some opportunity for tho ex- - wllh difficulties and opposition of presslon of his spiritual naluro in ono kind or another. Wo have order to do the best work. Lifo Is confidence in our schemo "of work moro than food and raiment. Cor- - and fcei Uml wo aro on tho Lord's poralions arc realizing Ibis and at- - side. templing, we feci, in an unselfish I with kindest regards and best way to help to meet the needs of wishes for tho Bcrca friends whoso the men who work for them. At kindness I have so much enjoyed lho same time, of course, it pays. during my short visit horo, and for As- - those who havo gono out to sharo Tho Young Mens Christian socialion has, slnco its beginning, tho world's business elsewhere. I am very cordially, had for its main purpose the pro viding of means whereby men can Luther Brown, raiso themselves lo higher things to help banish selfishness and IgITALY AND TURKEY norance. In many places tho corY. M. C. A. aro porations and tho with tho people to carry out their work. We. havo STERN DEMAND IS SENT TURKEY buildings suitable for the work, proFOR LIBERATION OF BRIT. ISH CONSUL. vided and equipped by tho Company. No membership fee is charg ed, but a small1 fee is charged for Germany It Said to Have Advlied Conlho different activities that require stantinople To Will great expenso in supervision and of Rome. running expense. For recreation in the building wo Western Newspaper Union News Service. have bowling alleys, billiard tables, Rome. Italy has reiterated her urgsoda fountain, checker boards, dom ent itnmnnil fnr iBihlff- - antlafnrtlnn . tho subllmo Porte for the forcl- inoes, volley ball, basket ball and moving pictures. After a day's work ble removal of G. A. Itlchardson, Brlt- in a dark mine men enjoy a bright Ish Consul at Hodelda, from the Ita Hclil and we think it i3 better for, Ian consulate, where he had taken retllicm to eather in a Y. M. C. A use. and for his Immediate liberation. It Is understood that Germany bat where games are carefully supervisadvised the Constantinople governed and directed than in a saloon or ment to satisfy Italy's demand and other questionable place. thus avoid complication. Wo have conveniences in the Baron Sonnlno, Italian Minister ot building such as barbershop, bath Foreign Affairs, sent the demand. stand, and Itlptiaritsnn It lt fillof-croom, Men coming in forcibly removed by Turks from the laundry agency. for theso conveniences come under Italian consulate, where he bad taken refuge, and was placed aboard a boat tho influence of tho place. bound for 'an unknown destination. Is ono of our prime responsi It Baron Sonnlno, In answering an Inbilities to provide educational and terpellation In the Chamber of Depuof betterment classes in subjects ties regarding the Holedla Incident, general interest and such as will gave the story of Consul Richardson's lead to higher efficiency in work. arrest, which already had been mads Wo promote classes and lectures in public. English for for He added that Slgnor Ceechl, the tho following: eigners; Mine Safety or Accident Italian Consul at Hodellda, who came Prevention; First Aid lo the In to the defense of his colleague, waa to jured; Mine Foremanship; Reading, obliged was remain In his own house, days, watched Writing and Arithmetic for boys which tho arrival of for several coast the Italian until or men who are or can bo interest- guardshlp Glullana, and the Italian ared. We have reading rooms and mored cruiser Marco Polo, which had encourage tho reading of good mag- been ordered to Hodelda. The Turkish government In answerazines and books. From our news stand any magazine of good reputa ing a request for reparation, the Mintion can bo had as well as tho daily ister said, was awaiting Information and would adopt the necessary measpapers. religious work a com ures. In our Baron Sonnlno concluded by saying munity pastor, who is an educated he did not believe the Ottoman gov- man and an ordained minister, Is j ernment wished to "hare the responemployed to direct the work. In siDiiuy or sucn a patent violation oi our auditorium wo havo Sunday consular rights. Schools, preaching and other Christian worship, conducted in a union DISOBEY CANAL ZONE LAW spirit, so that the Christians of Panama. Colonel George W. Goe may feel different denominations thals, governor of the Canal Zono, wai freo to worship and help support Impelled to suggest to the govern lho work. ment at Washington that two swift Theso aro our main plans of work American tornedn hnat ripatrnvprii hi and we foil that much good is being stationed at tho Panama Canal, ono at done. We have evidenco of com- - each end, by tho recent activity of bel in llgerent warships and colliers In th munily spirit, christian work, nnd thp prevention vicinity of the Isthmian waterway of many of tho bad things that aro, T,h?,1act,on f the Australian colllei liablo to bo carried on in a camp. Malllna, which left Balboa without clearance papers, and tho fact this an( other colliers have shown a dlsposl tlon to disregard the Canal Zone ship ping laws actuated Colonol Ooetbali to take a decisive measure to preservt In every way tho neutrality of tbt canal. - six acres of corn with a row of qow. peas between each row of corn, lo hog down, lie turned in 10 hogs weighing 121) lb. each nnd 2 sows nnd II pigs that he never weighed, Theso 10 hogs In throe weeks were weighed again nnd found to weigh 171 lb. each a gain of 42 lb. (o tho hog. This was 2 lb. gain per tiny ler ncro for each hug. Wasn't this worth while? To tunko tho production of pork most prolltnblo in all its phases, Urn farmer should provido pasltiro for his hogs whenever possible, for the following reasons: (I) fresh green pasttiro exerts a beneficial Inflticnco on tho health of tho lirnr. besides (he food actually oblnined from tho pasture; (2) pigs whilu grazing obtain conMdcrablo exorcise which is essential to good gains and health, especially in lho tlcclopniciil of young pigs; (3) cheaper gains enn ho uinilo on pasture than in tho dry lot or pen; (1) the manure, which is rirh in fertilizing constituents, is distributed on the land nnd aids in maintaining lho fertility of the soil. You pay n dear price for your meat when produced by corn nlone. Plan to put out some cowpens and some clover tho coming spring, anil by all means some rye next fnll, WHAT ARE YOU DOING WITU YOUR LOTS? nOQGINQ CORN AND COWPEAS Tho soy beans aro not raised In You have read in Agricultural pa- this part of Ilia country llko tboy pers about hogging down corn nnd night lo be. Try nn ncro next year. cowpens In many stales. I want In Cut for hay about Inn days after Wr R. O. BKlXKtlH, Actlnir Dlrrctor of refer you lo a closer demonstration blooming. Sunday School Courre.) Abovo all, shelter the cow. She any you havo read of Mr. T. than C. Todd, 2V& miles cast of Horen, had can't and will not pay for her feed LESSON FOR DECEMBER 20. MnMrioNAi SUNMYSCiM Lesson THE ASCENSION. LISBON TKXT-t.uk 24:10-63- unless sheltered. TALL AND WINTER PLOWINO Tho question when nnd how deep lo plow land In lho fnll anil winter I.s neon asKcti mo moro tiinn n litis I.. tioxen limes in tno last two weeks. I am very glnd to bear tho questions and moro than glad lo nnswer llicm, In lho llrsl place, it's loo lalo for fall plowing. Hut If it were full, I would say plow tho sod land as early ns possihlo and not less than six iiinbcs deep. Tho winter plowing must bo done when It can bo dune Of course tho neglect of fnll plowing causes lots of winter plowing. Ilreak all the soil land in the winter you failed to break In tho fall. Leave nil thu stalk laud until spring lo break but not loo late. It depends quite a little upon the lay of tho land and the untiiro of the soil as to when and how deep to break it. TWO IMPORTANT THINGS The HOE and DOUGH ; Acts 1:1. lltht. 11. a clou. I rrorlvrd Him nut of Uirlr Aria 1:9. Wo havo now not.DKN TKXT-- He was Ultrn up; and Our well known Pruitte Smith ol Berea made tho following record from two lols (I) I00x2l5feet; (2) 80x215 feel; less than one-ha- lf acre. Four years ao tho land would not produce anything except tho little "lino weeds.'' In 1911 Smith plowed these lols and placed 1,000 pounds of lime on them. In lho spring ho sowed cowpeas and millet. In the fall ho cut a fair crop of liny. In 11)12 Iherc were two tons of manure put on (he land mid the following spring seeded to cowpeas again. Tho hay crop was much better than tho first year. In June of 1013 tno lots were seeded to cowpeas again. Tho cow-p- ea crop was followed with rye, ryo turned under in the spring of 1011, and followed with a corn crop. Ho added to corn crop 300 pounds of planted I loo no acitl phosphate County White nnd got tho following results from corn crop by feeding, beginning October 1, ending December 10: fattened 1 hog from 180 to 300 pounds, 1 little hog from 50 lo 80 pounds, fed I oltl cow giving 2 gallons of milk per day and making of a pound of butter per day; 1 calf six months old, and 1 yearling. Think on theso things. Mr. Smith only paid out 812.50 for I lino and fcritllzcr for tho four years. Not saying anything of tho valuo of tho crops in 1011, 1912, and 1013, this ono crop of 1014 paid him well for his investment. There aro many lots in and around Bcrca which if treated in a similar way would easily produce same results. Why not try it and make land pay faxes? YOUR COW The man with tho hoe has been recognized by eery age and nation as the fundamental source of pros perity, and whllu our literature abounds so much in his behalf, tho half has never been told. There was n conference held yesterday after noon in Korea of preachers ami iiioiinlnin workers. Tho key note was sounded when the speakers spoke af tho hoe ami dough being important factors. Tho dough must como through and by tho uso of thu hoe. Tho man with tho dough is equally as important at this period of our growth and development as tho man with the hoe. It takes tho man with lho hoc and tho man with the dough combined to mako civilization, nnd ono is dependent upon tho other. BUY GRASS AND CLOVER SEED EARLY good clean pure ktget a good stand ofseed. In order to grns3 and clo ver, lho seed must bo good; freo from noxious weeds. Farmers have not paid enough attention to the securing of good seed in the past, with tho result that (buy Iiuno lost many dollars and their farms havo becomo infested with troublesome species of weeds. It is possible to get clean seed. Poor seed is expensivo at any price, even as a gift. Buy your grass and clover seed early, reliable companies' and from thereby savo the advance prico on seeds later. In buying now you ore more liable (o gel better seed than later. Do not wait until tho last moment and take the poorest seed, that everyone else has rufusud. how ryo ndvanccd from 70 cents to 11.25. Save tho difference by buying early. NOTES It means much to tho farmer to Cooperation among farmers in gathering and marketing their products will enable them to secure belter prices. Have you tho hen house finished? It's too If not hurry and do so. cold for chickens to roost in trees such weather as this. Eggs aro now going up have you any lo sell for tho price? Feed tho hens and shelter them and you'll havo eggs to sell. Sprinkle lime around and in lho hog pen, also whero you keep tho cattle. Keep the children in school and savo fuel at home. Win your chum by showing him tho Christinas spirit. OAS TOR FARM HOUSES reached tho flnnl len-oof tho present course In tho life of Christ, next Sunday being dovoted to tho review. Tho lesBon committee have Rclectrd tho continuous account of thl final enrthly act of our aa Riven u by 81 Iiko, for tho Hook of Acta Is - continuance of the Ooa-p- rl of Luke (Acts 1:1). Inasmuch aa this Is really but one account wo will consider only that found In the Acta. I. The Proof of the Resurrection, This book of "Tho Acts" Is a vv. continuation of what Jesus "began to do" and gives us tho record of how ho continued this work by means of thoso "whom ho had choson" (v. 2). Following his resurrection he gavo them commandments "through the Holy Spirit." viz. In tho power of tho Holy Spirit. A llko honor upon every believer to hoar and obey tho commands ot Jesus glvon In tho power and demonstration ot thu Holy Spirit The allsumdcnt proof (see also 1 Cor. 1S:4-S- ) was that Jcsaa had been seen for a period of 40 days. This Is tho "many Infalllblo During that timo they not proofs." alono saw tho rlirn Lord, but con versed with him, ato with him, and had During theso communion with him. days of communion ho gavu them h!s commands ns to tho "things concern-In- g tho kingdom of Cod." Thta entailed n burden that these commands bo proclaimed In ever widening circles to tho utmost bounds of tho earth. Additional Experience. II. The Promise of the Father, Tho disciples wtro not to bevv. gin tho proclamation ot their message, until they worn fully oqulppcd, until thoy had rrcolvrd that all cssantlal preparation, tho enduement of tho Holy Spirit. Hero, ngatn, the Scriptures are to be fulfilled (In.t. 44:3; Joel also Luko S4;49). That ten days' delay was not timo lost, for timo spent In preparation ta cover time lost. Wo must not supposo theso men aa not regenerate (John 13:10: 15:3), but as lacking nn equipment neoisiary for the successful execution Wo as beof their Important task. lievers cannot call him Lord except by the power of tho Spirit (I Cor. 12 3), but wo do not all havo that Infilling or the Spirit which alono will us to render cffcctlvo service. Th In Is an additional experience, but onn open to all who will honestly and Intelligently seek It (sco Acts 8:13, and other references). This experi-enc- o 's (a) commanded, "charged not to depart till, etc.," (b) to be preceded by "repentance," and (c) to carry with It authority, v. 7 It. V. It does not mean, either, temporal power nor la It tho prerogative of a visible church and confined to an elect few. This kingdom Is a spiritual one. Th program of Jesus Is Splrlt-nllomen to bo his witnesses, and to begin "at Jerusalem." A true reception of the Holy Spirit mean world wide mlsalos-ar- y n Ird 4-- en-ab- lo If your cow weighs from 800 lo 1,000 pounds, and is giving from 2 to 2Vt gallons of milk per day, feed her tho following ration daily: all tho timothy hay or millet hay or shucks or oat straw or wheal straw or fodder uho will consume. Add lo this 3 lbs. of corn meal, 2 pounds of cotton seed meal, bul begin with V pound, 2 pounds of wheal bran and a good fork of cowpea hay or clover hay every time you milk her. It pays to raiso goy beans and cowpea hay for your cows. Begin to plan now, for lho sowing of a few acres of each for your cows noxt winter. LOOK OUT FOR CROOKS WHO Dealers Wanted c money-mailn- WANT TO LOAN YOU MONEY In tho current Issue of Farm and Firesido attention is called to the ro fact that tho Department of is warning farmers lo of crooks who want lo loan monoy. According to Farm and Firesido tho department calls attention lo tho schemo of certain loan companies thai promlso cheaper money than nnyono olso can gel for them. Such a company will offer to lend money on good security for nbout threo per cent In terest and allow you to repay lho loan in easy installments. Tho scliomo sounds good, but when you sign your namo lo tho papers you merely sign an appli cation for tho loan and you got your money, and neither do you know when you aro going to gel it. But by signing tho paper you havo obligated yourself to pay a certain amount every month. Tho public ity which rural credit has received has caused dishonest loan companies to follow tho band wagon. Agrl-culture In tho current Issuo of Farm and Firesido appears an editorial calling attention to lho facl that companies furnishing compressed gas aro about to enter tho rural field and furnish bottled gas for farm use. Tho claim is mado that a bol-ll- o containing 200 cubio feet of gus will supply tho averago farm house1 for a month at a cost of something less than 92.50. Herbert Quick, I editor of Farm and Firesido, con- - j eludes his editorial selling forth theso facts with tho following com- -, ment: "Tho man who builds a new houso' should remember these things and put in gas pipes whilo tho building is under construction. It docs't cost much then, and tho plpo can never ( bo installed so cheaply again, nor can so good a job bo tlono in putI ting them in. "Tho timo seems lo bo coming when gas will bo as common in farmhouses as in cities," endeavor. Presumptive Ignarafiee. III. The PrsMnt Place of Jtaus. vv. Even yet the dlsclplas failed to grasp the Idea of a spiritual kingdom as evidenced by verse alz. In a most emphatic way he tella them that It la not for them to know the "times and seasons which the Father hath set within his own power" (authority, v. 7, It V.). Their power It not to bo earthly, but spiritual (v. 8). It Is tho height of presumptive Ignorance (or any one to set the date ot our Lord's return (DcuL 2t:29). Jesua baa given us explicit Information on this question (Matt ilsSsm all warn ut pr and his parable "watch." While Jesus talked with his dlsclplea concerning the reception of this new power and the place where they were to begin to exercise It, his feet were parted from the earth and a cloud received him from their sight as he ascended "Into heaven" (Luko 24:61; I Pet 8:22; seo also (Jen. 6:24 and Hcb. 9:28 It V.). Ills parting benediction waa an adjuration to a life of service not In their weakness, but in tbe blessed enduement of power. Yonder Into heaven bo bad gono to preparo a placo for u (John h 14:2, Heb. 9:24.) There he ever to Intercede for us (Heb. 7:25). His presenco there jnakes ua eternally secure (Horn. 8:34, Hob. 7:25). ills presence In tho heaveulles Is the guarantee that we, too, shall one day be "with him" (John 12:26, Itev.2:21). This hope Inspires the church to evangelism, to holy living and to faithful service. It was necessary that our Lord's work be transferred from his Invisible person. Lifted up ho was on Calvary, lifted up ho waa Into glory, that "It I b lifted up, will draw all men unto me." Mysterious birth, wondrous llfo, glorious, marvelous ascenslonl As this is written iCurope Is bathed In blood, and America Is engaged In a set season ot prayer for peace. Tbe only abiding pcaco we can hope for will be when the Prince of i'eace shall return to rule and to reign. llv-et- December 17 1914. Pace Three VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS or frst Interest to rural sections, such as rormatlon and presemttoa or the soli, climate, plant and animal distribution. Observations on field excursions and class room experiments will be carefully recorded In note book for Inspection by the teacher. Winter term, 4 hours, Tarn New physical Geography. A course In elementary va. EVF.rtY DAY PHYSICS. physics adapted to the problems or rural lire, rarm and household. Spring term, 4 hour. PHILOSOPHY Osan Matheny va. SCIENCE OF MIND, neferenue resiling adapting the subject to teaching. As given In the Normal Course. Thorndlkei Human Nature Club. Winter term, S hour. vb. SCIENCE OF CONDUCT. Practical Ethics with lectures and discussions. Duty, conscience, government, the chief virtues and tempta-- ' lions or lire, character, .destiny. Spring term, s hours. POLITICAL SCIENCE Dean Matheny va. SCIENCE OF WEALTH. The things that make people "well otr." flaw products and manufacture, transportation, trade, money, competition, prosperity as affected by laws and Institutions. The principles on which the prosperity of families and nations rests. Ely and Wlckeri Elementary Principles of Economics. Fait term, t hours. RHETORICAL TRAINING INDUSTRIAL BUILDING Dean Clark nilETOIUCAI. EXEI1CISF.S. One hour a week thruout each year. The time Is glten to practical composition, declamation and debate. The two lines or work are thus outlined! va. Ilousler Schoolmaster. SWcl Dook. Piose rioc'amJIIon, poetical recitation, eight brier essays based on student's own experience, or paraphrases. Composition (narrative), debate, book review. Fall term, t hour. vb. Old Town Folks. Composition (exposition), debate, short story, humorous Incident, Imaginary biography, report on current public events. Four lessons In outlining, prose declamation, poetical decla' mation. Vocational Schools Agriculture, Carpentry, Commerce, Home Science, Nursing, Printing. Sundry Industries WM. superintendent for an award setting forth his proficiency and merit. GENERAL VOCATIONAL STUDIES 0 lilANUS 0. KnOST, President 0. CLAnk', Dean. Mill Katherlne J. Ogltvle Miss Jessie U. Moore Mli Agnes n. Tyler MH M. Helen liryan Sperry Miss luith timri A. Burgess George 0. Dick William L. Flanery Ralph 0. flelcher Howard llixion Alfred K. Gladding James W. Whltehouse Frank M. Llvengood llobcrt K. Fprme Edward L. lioberts Vergil 0. Sleenrod Frank Vose Ml Euphrmla K. Corwln Mrs. Anni Emberg Mll Wilton Mlu Matilda Kiistcr. Mora a Studies Required or Elective in two or more Vocational Programs in Vocational Schools aro required to lake on All students hour n week in Hiblo and ono hour a week in rhetorical exercises ns described below. All students have free instruction in singing. The following subjects are taught especially for vocational students, nnd fire required in some of tho courses. Description of Work Vocational Schools ACCOUNTS Mr. LIvencood va. The elementary principles applied to personal, household, farm tad livestock account. The student Icarus how to prepare Inventories, reconcile tils check book record with the bank's books, and deterSpring term, i hours. mine the sources or losses and rains. Winter term. I hour. review, two declamations, history or some manufactured article, debate, paraphrase, biographical sketch, essay on care or health, essay on Nature at nest. Spring term, t hour. vd, ve. Selections rrom American Poets. Declamations, recitations, essays, narrations and descriptions. vc. Sketch nook, Hook Long: American Poems. Fall and Winter terms, 1 hour, vr. The Lady or the Lake. Character sketch. An Imaginary story. Debate. Two essays Illustrating argumentation and persuasion. Spring term, t hour. vaa, vbb, vcc. Written exercises using the class work In English as a basis. Short poems and speeches committed to memory. Thru the year, I hour. vdd, vee, vfr. Continuation or the above. Thru the year, I hour. Almi. Theso schotls lit voting people for the practical callings and vocations of life. Hy Inking ono of these short courses a student greatly Increases his or her power of earning money, cither In tho employment of others or in the-- management of one's own farm, store, shop or home. Wo do not wish to mako people greedy, but wo wish to make them useful. Tho ordinary callings of'llfo aro appointed by God and necessary for tho support of families and the welfare of the home, tho church and country. People who conduct thesu ordinary labors way fail to get the returns that Providence in n slip-sho- d for them. And what is even more important, they fail which belong to a good workto havo tho Joy and man. It is a Christian nuh patriotic duty for all young men and young women to lit themselves by study and training to perform tho duties of life in tho best ninnner. Affiliation!. Tho students in theso Vocational Schools at llerea have all the advantages of belonging to a largo institution. They have tho full use-- of tho college library and gymnasium, freo singing classes, baths, hospital care for sick, and board and rooms that arc better and cheaper thnn could bo afforded in a small Institution. The line character of young men and young women in these Vocational Schools is one of the greatest attractions. Here one meets the best young people from different counties and different states. Ono will have tho best companionship and form friendships that will bo a pleasuro and advautago thru life. The Material Equipment of theso schools is remarkably satisfactory. They have use of the stately chapel, the well furnished and comfortable arraiigomi'iit.s for students' room and hoard; and very expensive tools and apparatus are provided for their use. The Expenses arc remarkably low, so that these rare advantages are within tho reach of all young people of ability who earnestly desire them. (See pages The Instructors. The Vocational teachers are Christian men and women who have had practical experience and possess rare skill and ability in tho different crafts and branches taught, and to have them as instructors and friends is an Inestimable privilege. are numerous. Students who seOpportunities for Solf-llecure positions ns assistants in the domestic labor of the boarding hall or laundry, or in any of the shops, or on the farm or in the garden, secure valuable training in addition to some money compensation. Ono who has had even a brief training in ono of these Vocational Schools can command double wages the following summer. can reccivn Special Features oulsido the regular class-rooonly brief mention. Vocational students have tho hencllts of public entertainments, literary societies, sports, and the other general advantages mentioned on page 20 nud tho pages which follow advantages which can only bo enjoyed at a great educational center. Requirements for Admission Tor admission to any one of the Vocational Schools one must show that ho is above llfleen enrs of oge (for the School of Nurslim' 18;, in good health, truthful and reliable in characs, write out the ter; also that ho is nhlo to read the instructions of the teacher, and use the common rules of Arithmetic, including common and decimal fractions and compound numbers. One who is not prepared in theso fundamentals can make them up in tho Dili and tlth grades of lliu Foundation School. Diplomas, Certificates, and Awards Kncli Vocational School, except tho School of Sundry Induscourso at the end of which a diploma is tries, has a two-ye- ar given; ami tho "School of Agriculture" and that of "Mume Science," havo one-tershort courses at tho end of which certificates arc given. To secure a diploma or certificate from ono of theso courses must successfully complete 18 lessons a week a student during tho entire course. The Dean may assign from 10 to Z lessons n week but can mako no further deviation without a vole of tho faculty concerned. Diploma Courses. A program or "courso of study' in tho Vocational Schools is a number of studies selected for the purpose, and taken in tho best order thru two years so as to bring tho student to a dollnito point in knowledge, skill and mental efficiency. Cortlflcate Courses. Tho School of Agriculture and tho Home Science School havo ono or rnoro short courses, extending over a single term (10, 12, or 14 weeks), which givo tho student information and skill in some one industry. For tho successful completion of n short courso a certificate is given. Awards. All the students at llcrca whilo pursuing their various courses of study perforin somo manual labor under supervision, with dellnito instruction at stated times. Any student who has thus worked In tho same department as much as ten hours a week for two years, showing fidelity and deoidod improvement in understanding tho work in hand as well as In skill, speed and general efficiency, may bo recommended by hit self-respclass-rooms, 35-1- 2.) lp m te.t-hookm SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE WM. 0. FftOST, President F1UNCIS 0. CLAIIK, Dean BIBLE va. vb. TUG rAHADLES OF JESUS. Study of the aim and content of each parable, tlio circumstances In which It was spoken, a vivid reconstruction of the story, the Impression It made on the original hearera. Fall and winter terms, I hour. or passages explanation and memorizing vc. nini.n GEMS. Selection, thanksgiving, times or temptation, trial and afflichelpful for worship, tion; ami passages which enlighten and Inspire In mailers or justice, truth, courage, usefulness and other virtues. Spring term, t hour. id. USE OF MULE. A sludy or the II I hie as a collection or sacred writing, Old and .New Testaments, Historical, Poetical and other kinds or books. Use or Concordance and Hltde Dictionary. Guidance for rindFall term, 1 hour. ing and profiting rrcnn the most helpful pastages. e, vr. THE LIFE OF CHI1IST. Under the teacher's guidance the, student will nuke an outline of Jesus' life. Memory drill on locating the chief 'Winter and Spring terms, 1 hour. events In proper order. a, vbb, vcc. Simpler rorm or va, vb, ve. Thru the year, I boor. Thru the year, 1 hour. dd, tee, rr. Simpler rorm or vd, ve, vr. This course gives tho education needed by every farmer at Ihe present lime. It shows how to make a farmer's life and attractive. Tho young man who completes th's course will be able to make the most out of his farm and be fitted for a place of honor and influence in his neighborhood. Many farmers, young and old, find it very profitable to lake such parts of this course as they can in tho winter term, even tho they can be in Berea only a few weeks. The studies givea in the winter are made especially practical. They do not depend upon the fall or spring terms and may be taken by students who are in Berea during the winter terms only. For expenses, regulations, etc., see pages 2. pros-poro35-4- FIIIST YKAB Fall Illble a, rarebits Khotorlcnlt va Agriculture va riant Culture .... . 1 NhUHcI. vc Chem. English va Letter Writing . HjitlieiuHtlea va Corn. A nth ... ... . . . ltlietorlenlii vi Agriculture v5 .4 Agriculture vr 4 lirred of Stock English v 8 Letter Writing . Mnthrnifitlcs v B 1 . Hiblo v. Parables Winter Spring .... .. 1 1 4 .,. . .4 .8 B Com. Arith Htm Crops Nnt.Hcl.va Physics EnglUh vc 1 cltcr Writing Accounts va Spring TXIble vc, Ilible Gems . 1 . 1' Illietnrlcnli vr Agriculture vc 4 4 5 .... a .... II .... ENGLISH va, vb, vc. Fall LETTEIi Mr. Llvengood WHITING, a study or grammar, The meanings composition and rhetthe oric applied to the writing or rorcerul letters, telegrams and simple advertisements. and uses or words In sentences, -- use or synonym', punctuation, capitalization, paragraphing, and figures 7" nible to. Use of Dlbte Khetorlrala vd Agriculture rd Rural Life Agriculture vA Forestry KnglUh vd. Classics PuLScLva gel. of Wealth . ... lUmtnrlenln ve Agriculture v heeding Mock . . 4 Agriculture vi 4 I'rull Culture 4 English ve. Classic 0 VliiloiMiitiy va Science ol Mind 1 X SECOND YEA It Winter IUliler,-- . Life of Christ . . . ... ... Ilible . Life of Christ Khrtnrlcal v Agriculture vf .4 Stock Judging Agriculture rj .4 Mrm Management .. . English vf .4 l'lllfuMiliy Classic v Science of Conduct . . .A 1 J 4 4 4 Description of Work. Studies which are given In both this and other Vocational Courses are described on pages The rollowlng are the studies given In the Agriculture Course only: AGRICULTURE Dean Clark, Mr. Whitehouse va. TLANT CULTUME. Text book work, four hours per week, studying principles or garden and fruit growing, with lectures on lines vb. vc. vd. A CLASS IN CARPENTRY or speech aro studied, the aim being to gain correctness or rorm, clearness and exactness or thought and expression, and a pleasing atyle. Dally practice In writing. Thru the year, S hours. Kimball, liuslness English. vd. The aim In studying the English classics tinder vd, ve, r, Is to gsln acquaintance Willi typical masterpieces or our literature and develop and Judgment. "Ivanhoe," "Snowbound." tho student's appreciation Short poems selected by the teacher are studied In class and committed fall term. 4 hours. to memory. Selected poems to bo studied and memorized. . JULIUS CAESAIt. ve. vr. vg. Winter tern.. 4 hours. Some or tho shorter speeches commits lire and ted to tntmory. Written exercises n stories rrotn Lln.-oln'Spring term. 4 hours. on the political movements or his time. vaa. vbb, vcc. SIMPLEST ENGLISH. Instruction and drill In the use or English so that letters, contracts or other writings shall be clear have be correct In spelling, punctuation and gramono plain ineatilng-a- nd Thru the year, 4 hours. mar. vt. SELECTIONS rilOM LINCOLN. vh. vl. vdd, vee, t(. Elementary Classics. Thru Use year. 4 hours. MATHEMATICS Mr, Llvengood Explanation and drills to secure vb. C0MMEHCIAL AnmiMETIC. ease and accuracy In the processes or computation used in holiness. Devices tor abbreviations and proving work. Moore and Miner; Practical liuslness Arithmetic. Fall and Winter terms, 5 bours. Instruction and drill In arithmetic vaa, vbb, vcc. rilACTICAL AIUTHMET1C. as used In managing a farm, shop, or household. The aim Is to coordinate the class work with the practical work which the studtnts Thru the year, 4 hours. are doing In the ahop or on the rarm. vdd. vee. vrr. rilACTICAL AltlTIINETIC. Continuation or the above In more Thru the year, 4 hours. advanced rorm. va, v, or work adapted to the Southern Mountains, dorr: Horticulture. Fall term, I hour, AGno.NO.MY. (Soils). Text book work three hours per week on the physical and chemical composition or soils with special emphasis on the nature or mountain soils, bringing out the errccts or washing and allowing what remitters are best adapted to tho various tolls. Laboratory two hours per week with practice In testing soils ror acidity, effects or drainage and lack or elements. Whcatson: Kotes on Soils. Winter term. 1 hour, (Farm Crops). Text book work three hours per week on AGRONOMY. tho adaptation or crops to soils and seasons; study or rotation, seeding, tillage and hartestlng or various rarm crops adapted to the Southern Mountains. Laboratory work two hours per week wlih experiments on crop growing, the adaptation or various crops to different soils and the effects or liming, drainage and rertlllztng with special emphasis on the leguminous plants. Massey: Crop Growing and Crop Feeding. Spring term, 4 hours, UUI1AL LIFE. Careful studies and reports rrom the leading agricultural papers, magazines, books and government bulletins to bring out the possibilities or rural lire along social and cultural lines. Written and oral reports rrom each pupil at least twice a week. Fall term, 4 hours. IlIlEEDS OF STOCK. Study or tho history, development and leading characteristics or the more Important breeds or stock with special reference to the breeds best adapted lo the mountain conditions; study of tho science or successful crossing. Spring term, 4 hours. Plumb: Types and breeds or Farm Animals. STOCK JUDGING. Text book work two hours per week. Laboratory work tour hours a week Including actual practice In slock Judgln, and at least one all day excursion to the more prominent farms or the Immediate vicinity. Spring term, 4 hours. Shamel: Profitable Stock liaising. FEEDING STOCK. A thoro study or reeds best adapted to dairy purposes; to rattening horses, cattle, hogs and sheep; special attention given to making balanced rations and to the cost or various commercial roods. Winter term. 4 hours. FOIlESTnY. The rundamentat principles or rorestry; Its Influences In sol) funning, retention of moisture and control or stream flow; tin management or forests to secure the best form and growth or timber; protection against tires and Insects; and the regeneration of young Fall term, 4 hours. timber. Lectures and practical field studies. A study or the problems F1UIIT CUI.TUHE. and processes Involved in caring ror the orchard. Including grafting, budding, spraying, a study or orchard pests Including both Insects and fungi and the must economical means or destroying the same. Iialleyt Fruit Growing. Winter term. 4 hours. FARM MANAGEMENT. Lectures and discussions upon the management a mountain rarm, buildings, fences, drains, tools, stock buying and ot, selling, rarm records and accounts, and other topics connected with fanning ror profit. Spring term, 4 hours, CERTIFICATE COURSES vaa. SOILS Oil WHAT MAKES PLANTS OltOW. Text work, three hours a week what makes oor soils good. Needs or mountain farms, how-tstop washing, Judging fertilizers. Laboratory two hours a week the student finds out ror hlmseir bow drains, lime, fertllliers and cultivation Improve tho land. Fall term, S hours. vbb. linEEDINO AND JUDGING STOCK. Lessons, three hours a week-h- ow begin, the strong and the chief points or most Important breeds breeds or slock; selection or stock lor mountain farms, making scrub stock good by picking out best animals and making good crosses. Laboratory Judging slock as to weight, type and guneral quality. Shamel: Profitable Stock liaising. Fall term, hours. Students must purchase one text book each tsrra and provide book ror use In class. (Continued on page Six) a note NATURAL vc. SCIENCE Mr. Whltehouse Note: l'ago numbers refer to Vocational published, which can bo had on application. nullolln, recently EVErtY DAY CIIEMISTnY. Elementary course in cnemistry aaapiea to agricultural and household problems. Class work two hours per Fall term. 4 boura. week; laboratory work four hours per week. OEOOIUPHY. Emphasis wilt be placed upon the toplea vb. PHYSICAL Page Four. THE cmZRN December 17, 1014. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OP BEREA THIS IS A THE STUDENTS' GIFT STORE AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OP SOURCES BRECK & EVANS RICHMOND. KY. AND LIVE STOCK INSURANCE See the New Life Policy. O. C. PURKKY.Prop. FIRE. LIFE. ACCIDENT, THE OCC STUDIO High Class Photographs, Enlarging, Kodac Finishing Picture Framing Dried Fruits for your Mack Cnkc ml nt Welch's Harrold Hoagland led tho Y. M. 0. A. meeting lat Sunday evening on ,11m subject, "A Itetlor Y. M. C. A." j Mrs. Lew Johnon has hern slrk wilh neuralgia for the lat few I nw Wc have gifts suited to the most casual acquaintances, as well as those appropriate for the most intimate friend. The prices, too, are varied, but the quality is, ns always, the best. Bring your Christmas list while the rush Is not so great and we can give you individual attention. Every item here has been carefully selected. We buy no "assortments or job lots." Gift The Ideal Store J. S. STANIFER i. Richmond Kentucky WITHERS-JONE- S . DATE CHANGED TOR THE MESSIAH WHAT T linen CENTS DID ad Fresh groceries at Cornell's, M us Minnie I.ec Withers of Herea CONCERT A llltle hoy, about six years old, new girls' gymnasium is near- n llanco The or J. !sloe d"inonlrnlinn durinir the lat- ing completion. Hy the generosity and Mr. r.stlll nt JoneshomeDanville; localise of,,.change in lime of clos-we- re rushed into a store and asked If married of the IUf r ja the tl0 .Messiah con- - they kepi those stamps thai had tho ter part of I lie week. He pave many of Mis Hill and Mr. Taylor II will Over Berea Dank and Truat Co. bride on Center street December n oorl wl, 1)0 picture of Santa Clans on. Tho M()IMay nfKbl, 'uofiil somenir. (o hi customers have a llreplaco and thus he filled at four o'clock in the presence of a;cemler 21, Instead of (he 22nd as clerk said: "Yes, my boy, wo do; ami those who veiled his store dur-il- for girl' socials and fireside gathfew relatives and friends. Tho llev. annoiiiiced last week. how many would you Ilka to haw?" Ill"1 ilemnnlrallon. ering. THE CREECH STUDIO I.. H. of the Herea Haplisl Reasons why you should hear tho Tho little hoy looked earnestly InI a new roasler for Christmas Cornell' for your fancy Grocefil Is the place- - to get your picture to I ho clerk'H face and asked: "How omciaieu. Messiah concert: ad uiurcn turkey at Welch's. nd ries, Wc guarantee our work. Alter Hie ceremony tne nappy made. Tho clerk Iiocausc of its educational much are they?'' I Welch'. Mango tove demonMra- - It is said that one of the great couple left immediately on their value. You should know Hie Mes that they were only a cent posl-ofllapplicants last wedding lour. Main St. over Richardsons Store Uion began Monday opening with n army of siah just as you should know Shake- apiece. Tho child looked joyfully largi' crowd F.arh day hot coffee wpek attomptpd lo sec Congressman Mis Withers was an honored stu- - speare or your Hihle. around and said, "I heard my mothHelm at an early hour, and found j of lhc XcnuViny Department It lric Phones 111 4 1M and rake will ho served, Offirr Thorn It 2nd. Deenue it will enrich and er talking about how tho money ( II f Int. ' It nt I fit n rirtl !rH itra tt'A and will he missed by her many enohle your life, and set a standard uas to help (he poor sick people Mr. ami Mrs. William Johnson, Drs. B. F. & M. M. Robinson on Mr. Helm's front step waiting friends. I've only who hae heen visiting in Derea for ... I. t ... I for good music that will crowd out Dial had consumption. mo. .u aa a.n , rHTICIN9 & SURCKOM Mp JoncjJ ,g got three rents, hut I wanted to M1 of p JoeJ all poor, cheap music. a few weeks with friend and relaOffice Hours, S to II a. m.. 1 lo 4 SO p. m. t,f Danville and is a prosperous tives, have relurned to their home at prices 3rd. Decause of the pleasure you help ilium hy buying stamps." on women s and children " ,raVtln O flier, Rma Unk ti Trust IlulUlnr. 8a,csmail for tie New will experience in listening to the He received his three lied Cross lra. k'r. (JalesliUrg, III. coais ami suns until our prcsen. K, Company of Cinein- - world's greatest mastcrpieco in Seals and left tho store, proud to Sonio poeplo have trouble with slock s gone. A good assortment to I I Iiouglil . think he had perhaps helped eomo song. ORVe Phone Rrsldtnt Phone Others buy Wnlk- - select from. Women's coals at W.SO, their feet, , many Ileineinber the dale, Monday night, boy's father who had that tcrriblo Ovcr shoes from Hayes & GolL up. Children s coats at 815 upl. . . Dr. D. R. Botkin dl"ease. December 21, at 7:30. ad .Mrs. s. it. iianer au-- a Physician and SuactoM Mrs. John Collins recently moved ART EXHIBIT Mrs. Fannie Campbell of Kingston, DR. Office Hours, B to a. m.. 2 to" 4 p. ra. COWLET IM- CONTINUES HORSE ASTRAY into her newly purchased residence Ind.. came Saturday for n visit with There is an art exhibit on at Office. Berea National Itank Bulldinr. Derea. Kr PROVING For three weeks a bright bay on Doone street. daughter, Mrs. Durdette. this week under the Creech's Studio her In a letter to friends here Dr. horse U'j hands high, 4 years old, Casius Johnson, traveling agent Miss Myrtle Ilohinson of Corbin auspices of the Clio Club. There arc are has lieen astray. 115.00 reward for for the Voohries Wholesale House, made a visit from Wednesday until famous paintings by quite a few of uowiey wrues as ioiiows: LAW OFFICE Omaha, Neb., was in town Tuesday. Monday with her many friends of the old masters among which nre very happy about my return to! his return lo Anderson Scales, We1 ad.-2- 5. Ky. Mi" Myrlle Ilohinson and little Derea. H. L. MeMURRY, Attorney-at-Lapictures by Ilnphael, Ilembrandt, health. It seems (o be genuine. enjoying this grand country! siler. Marguerite, of Corhin, arIt makes no difference what you Millet, Donheur, Landeer, the fa- are melons, strawberries and grapes on' MAMMOTH BRONZE TURRETS Office over Engle'a Store, Berea, Ky. rived in Herea last week for a visit want, phone 29. ad mous biblical paintings by Dur- just' Thoroughbred, prices reasonable, of several days with friends. F. I. Jones and daughter Mabel nand. "HeiniKefunden" and "Dor the market still and oranges When you want groceries quick and son Gray of Danville s.i;nt a few Weg nach Holgatha," also Leonardo coming on. How we do long lo see 'Mrs. Luther Todd, Coyle, Ky, Herea you good Derea folks sometimes. Phone 3 ad 27 DON'T FAIL rail Cornell's. nd days of last week with their friends, da Vinci's famous painting "Tho Dut we have enough to be thankful1 Misses Stella and Anna Griffith To see Marcum's new line of Miss Alberta Norvel, who is teach- - Iist Supper." NICE FARM FOR SALE for without wishing for more." goods, consisting of Cut Glass, pleasantly entertained a few of ing school at Waco spent week end The exhibit is really a treat to I have for sale a nice farm of 01 H Diamonds, Watches and Novel-tic- s their friends last Saturday evening wilh her relatives and friends. i 'the people of Derea as well as he- -. FOR SALE of all kinds at popular prices. at their homo on Chestnut street. acres on Herea and Kingston nike. Great reduction in Hats and all ing of great educational value, and One second hand sheet iron stove, A bargan if taken before January I. Next door to Clarktons. A reception was held at the Dap- - Millinery Goods for ten days, all should avail themselves of this wood burner, with pipe. Prico ?2.; list Church lajt Thursday evening Fish's. J. W. Herndon. nd.(raro opportunity. ad-2Dr. H. II. Ilobcrts.j (ad.-2in honor of the new members who L, & N, TIME TABLE Herea, Ky. came into the church during the North Bound, Local revival meetings. A very good m. 7:00 a. m. 10:55 Knoxville mj program was given and the eeninp 1:07 p. m. HEIIEA 3:0. was very much enjoyed by all who G:I5 p. m. 7:45 Cincinnati were present. South Dound, Local The largest and best selected line a. m. b:iu uiucinnnii of Dry Goods and Gent's furnishings HEIIEA 12:37 p. m. 12:25 now at Welch's ad Knoxville 7:00 p. m. 5:50 a Miss Anna Davidson relurned to Is our motto at all times. Our customExpress Train her home at Centerhurg, O., last No 33 will slop to tako on passeners' interest is ours. If you do business gers for Knoxville and points beyond. week, after spending several days at Rugs Rugs the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steenrod of any kind you cannot afford to pass South Hound The ladies of the Missionary So Cincinnati 8:00 a. rn. us by Rugs Rugs ciety of the Daptist church met at HEIIEA 11:45 a. in. the home of Mrs. Dr. Davis Tuesday No. 32 will slop at Derea to take Rugs Rugs on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and of this week. You can't afford lo pass up the points beyond. Rugs Rugs service you get at Welch's ad North Dound There will he a Christmas tree at HEIIEA 4:55 p. m. BEREA, KENTUCKY Log Cabin school house Dec. 2Sth Cincinnati 8:50 p. m. at 10 o'clock a. m. All sizes all prices. Special sale Get that stove at Welch's, ad COMING EVENTS during December. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Raphael ex22, Christmas Concert. tend their greetings lo all their 23, Oratcrial Contest and Close of They friends and acquaintances. Term. are happily situated at 2017 January Ave Pleasant Ridge, Ohio. 3. i:00 p. in. Convocation Prayer Look for Cornell's window ChristMeeting. ad mas week. C. Opening Day, Winter Term. Mr. I. D. Chestnut passed through 10. Debate, College Men's EVERYTHING AT COST! I own Ial week enroule for his homo Beginning December 4th and at Hialt. He has spent a very sue- Fresh Sauerkraut at Cornett's. ad esrul Mimuier in his new work lasts for ten days I.... f ..... .I,,...,.......,..... In U'oal Vi- . " '"Sam Ilice, an old student is at- - "? tending the minister's convention in ginia. Ho hopes lo attend the Stale this '.'Diversity of West Virginia session here. WHAT'S IN A NAME? winter in further preparation for Mrs. W. II. Bower spent Monday Mrs. Emily Curtis Fisher of shopping in Cincinnati. Gernliluie: William means good; his work. Iloston, Mass., is visiting the college Mrs. Jack I.asweil anil uaugiiier James means beloved. I wonder ad. Hals at cost at Fish's. this week. Miss Grace Wertcnberger of West of Hrush Creek spent week end with flushing) what George means Cor. Main C5J, Center Sts. James Wynn of the Academy De .Salem, Ohio is spending tho winter her mother, Mrs. Nannie Dranainan., Berea, Kentucky jrs. Fondhopos: Well, daughter, partment returned from his liomo'at is unablo to be out let us hope that Georgo means bus- Mrs. II. Muncy brother, the Manl(llll0 0r in Virginia .Mouuay wiiere lie linJ.tigirig Editor, Jiness. December Woman's Homo this week. neeu caucu iy ine illness or nis Cornell makes deliveries any time Companion. Good news comes from Mrs. E. L. nd sister. Roberts who was called lo tho old you call. HOUSE FOR SALE OR RENT Have you seen Welch's Dry Goods homo near Chicago on account of J. M. Kinnard, who is a Iravelingl Un Cliostnui biroei. mini unu haleman in tho West, camo homo Store lately? It will pay you to the illness of her mother. nd visit it. Secretary and Mrs. Vaughn en- Thursday to spend tho holidays with formerly occupied by Hilly Man The New Garments i'"". Prico cheap, lernw easy, boo II. C. Spivoo and son, Aaron, are tertained a number of thu younger illa family. Homer Johnson of Speedwell spent u. S. Wyatt or wrilo or pliono mo For Ladies' . . . visiting in Marion County this week. members of the faculty in their H. H. Mont- homo, Clover Bottom Cabin, last l'ri- - weeks with his cousin. Cecil Jack- - at Hryantsvillo, Ky. V W f. A Snpi-n- . Mlua llmri'nril 7. ' goniery. son, December It tary, visited tho local organization,"1 1 Miss Addle Fisli and Miss Mary I Cornett's grocery beforo you . i ho of ti.., w,.k. FOR SALE nd Talum went to Cincinnati, Friday,! buy. Doctor Davis' new house on CentTwo houses on West Cheslnut night, llev. Gideon Rurgess, D. D., former and returned homo Monday er street is Hearing completion and palor of tho Union Church, is now Do suru to call at tho Creech .street, ono h.piaro from tho new will soon ho ready for occupancy. in Providence, Ilhodo Island, 107 Studio and get ono of those treasures postolllco building, two squares from William Click, of tho Vocational Westminster Slreet. Drother Hur- - of art. You cannot make a mistake tho new Puhlio School, and within Dcpnrlmenl. len for Cincinnati lasl,K,.ss ls connected with tho Ilhodo in purchasing these pictures us thoy len minutes walk of Derea College, l uesday. unm Missionary Society, and ure all copies of tho works of inaster.Ouo house contains ten rooms, on n AUI (lo to Cornett's for Christmas 'sends greetings to friends in Derea. artists. People of Herea havo novcr'lot 400x100 feet; tho other contains ad IIh son Paul is assistant professor had an opportunity liko this beforo.i seven rooms, lot CGx20Q feet. Hoth candies and fruits. There were several sleighing par- of bacteriology in tho University of Won't you lako advantage of it? will bo sold cheap if taken Iwforo ties tho ilrsl of the week, taking ad- California. Albert ami Esther uro Duplicates of pictures already soldjJnuuury 15. SKIRTS, $1.98 to $7.98 vantage of .the llrsl good biiow of the still with their parents. will be Iiero in a row days. Prico. r or terms nuuress uie owner, Mrs. J. L. Hill In the Newest Modes W'n arc located in our new store from llfty cents to twelve dollars. season. ud-2Ucrca, Ky. Clifford MoKinuey, or High Dridgo, on Main Slreet and nro ready to N. C, entered tho Academy Depart- give our customers the very best atment tho latter part of lust week. Mrs. S. R. Daker. (adi tention. HATS and EVERYTHING Thu College has installed two Mrs. Campbell of Indiana is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. II. Dur- more street lights, making uiuo in For Ladies' Wear dette, nt her homo on Chestnut nil which it contributes to making street this week. our highways safe and pleasant Tho college sophomoro class had ut night. Although the war continues, don't u vespor hour party in West Parlor, Ladies Hall, last Thursday evening. get discouraged, get Walk-Ove- r, tho MAIN STREET, Near Bank Seo Cornell for Christinas cand- uverlustiug shoe, from Hayes and Richmond, Kentucky ' ad. Gotl. ad. ies and Fruits II. II. Chrisman, 'The Mini." Im heen having Furniture ng i cc m 7S-- 3 11 "e la. w 9-- j , j o. 0) ro-ce- nt o:-i- RUGS Big Big Safety First BEREA NATIONAL BANK Big Big Little Little Little Little Hur-goy- ne MILLINERY SALE! '"'" '' nd-2- Coats, Suits. Dresses, , Shirt Waists (nd-20)- .1 7. see CLARKSTON Hardware and Groceries B. E. BELUE & COMPANY December 17, 1014. THE CITIZEN together In friendly cooperation In n common cnuse. This common means a program for strengthening encouraging tho tho churches, schools to hecomo centers of greater usefulness, encourage good roads, good health, moro fruit growing, belter methods of farming, moro wholcsomo lifo among the people Through nil this tho spirit of evangelism must provnll. Pnge Plva. The Saving Habit Save all you can and you will not be hard up. The money you spend unnecessarily if placed on interest in u good savings bank would bring independence and respect. . 'f i cc i" U I VJ FX - LI i I 0 II Is T- lllir KlVTi i mm AN 1" fi W" 1 fx If SllffA t On W P ' vhlhlM Wtlil -- m mm a nr i o.i kiii in N. I Alumina TttKtttl. J lit III taunt ria. Aluminum l.url ff VfiB- -' 1&.'&m''"mT i8r$y TrrT V'vjI Vv7 WE PAY 4 year. interest compounded twice per Write for complete plan. Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky A Complete Line of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, LADIES' and MEN'S FURNISHINGS SPECIAL PRICES ON Men's Suits Ladies' Suits Boys' Suits Ladies' Coats RICHARDSON & COYLE Main Street Berea, Kentucky .... rout-agin- College News GOSPEL MEETINGS Rev. Dr. A. W. Lamar of Collego Park, Georgia, lias been engaged to lend In protracted meetings for tlio Dr. College tlio coming Winter. Lamar lias mailo n speciality of Clirlstinn work in colleges and is a torturer on the lyceurn Ho was especially recplatform. ommended by Dr. Poteat. far-fam- ed THE CONFERENCE OF MINISTERS COUNTRY sent out by Sec. Mnrsbnll Vaughn and by members of tbn Mountain Volun teer Band a few ministers of the country churrlies came together last week to talk over plans for making tlin peoplo of their cominiinities better people nud for improving the work of the country churches. A considerable number expected to come who did not nrrivo because of tho extremely unfavorable weather. Tho conferences have been exceedingly helpful and the spirit of all who attended was cnocurnging. All recognized the need of just such In answer to invitations la meeting whero difficulties and cn- -j things could be talked T. W. C. A. BAZAAR jover in an informal way. RepreThe Young Womon's Christian sentatives of six different denomina Association held its annual bazaar tions or branches of denominations in west parlor, Ladies Hall, Monday partiripated in the last ronferenco afternoon. on Monday morning. It was open from 1:00 p. m. to The purposo of tho conference was 7:30 p. m, and was well attended. to encourage tho ministers of tho Tho officers of tho association were m rounlryside to adopt a common in charge. for community service and There was a groat variety of work shoulder to shoulder for the things on sale, mado chiefly by oauxo of Christ and His people in a members of the association, can spirit of friendly cooperation. All dies, cakes, pies; pictures, towels, tveognize that the task before tho crochet work and needle work of mhiMors and teachers thruout tho various doiiirnx little souvenir mountains is n largo one. All no- - booklets and calendars and many nominations aro needed to work for other articles, appropriate for belter churches, better schools, bet- - Christmas remembrances. ler farming, belter health for the During the vesper hour, fortune people, belter homes, better social telling and other popular parlor di conditions among those whose stand- versions were resorted to which ards may he too low. All who attend- mado a very fitting conclusion to ed the conference are heartily In the affair. The articles were all favor of cnoteraling with their .old and the net profit was quite friends of other denominations in satisfactory. doing the things that will be of help to all the people of the community. RECRUITS FOR THE TEMPERANCE II was agreed that steps should bo ARMT taken for n larger conference iiext Sunday night chapel servico was year, that efforts should be mado for given to the College Prohibition getting the ministers of the various League. counties lo form a plan of working President Frost presided and tho pro-pra- WELLESLET PLATS Thorn worn two plays given in I no upper unapoi iasi wcunosuayi evening by the students of Miss Welsh's Gorman Department and members of tho Vocational Department. They wore given for tho benefit of tho Wclleslcy Hcncllt Fund, which is being rnlsed from nil parts of tho country by Welles-le- y alumni for tho restoring of tho 'college buildings which wero by Urn last year. The first piny, "Kin Knopr was jgixon by the German department and was under (ho charge of Miss Welsh. Tho cast of characters wero: Dr. Randolph Bitigcn, University Professor, Elvin Mathcny; Cabriole, his wife, Jean McCollum; Dr., Karl Malt. University Professor, William D. Coyle; Hcrtha Waller, Gabrlclo's Cousin, Lucy Holliday. . .... . I 1 lie mo vuamiuiu, SOCUIMl ..I.... pill, UM'I. rU.al t..ftl Family," was given by members of tho Vocational Department, and was under tho charge of Miss Tyler, Instructor in Domestic Science. Tho cast of characters for this play was: Lucy, Imogcno Host; .lames, Hen-to- n Fielder; Mrs: Ilobbins.i-E- mc Ambrose; Mr. Ilobbins, William Mrs. Carter, Margaret Lockharl; Wilson; Mr. Carter, John McCann. llolh plays wero well rendered displaying quite n bit of real talent. The house was crowded to its full est capacity and a handsome sum was realized. Miss Welsh and Miss Tyler are to be congratulated on the tactful sup ervision which made their venture such a success. I I I i Oil lotlitin Altmlgaa rimnlDi Kttl. Met 1 M 1.5 J. 1 Oat loat.f lol Alominnni Court Pnl. A Oit Alomlanm Prntrrlar Met 11.75. This Set of High Grade Pure Aluminum Cooking Ware Iti7?S0IjninENDl WMWLV All-w- ms The Only Range with Patented Copper Bearing, Rust-Pro-Fused, Flues of Aluminum- Buy the Range and Get the Ware FREE THIS WEEK ONLY! YOUR STOVE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE This would make a lovely Christmas gift R. H. CHRISMAN orchestra provided splendid music for which it is noted. Professor Smith gave the concluding sioceh but the main feature of - - - Berea, Kentucky LOOK! I LOOK! LOOK! have taken the agency for Try One Groceries Main Street, Berea tho evening wero the addresses by Leonard Fielder on the students: tho "Early History of tho Temperance Movement," Lucian O. Holman on the "Scientific Facts relating to Alcohol." Jeter Riddle on 'Tho Money Cost of the Liquor Traffic," and Howard wiutaKcr on ' rno Mor al Cost of the Liquor Trafllc." Tho young men held the attention of the audienco perfectly and it is cheering to seo so many young men starting out on the right side in this great controversy for a sober nation. INFLUENCE OF A BEAUTIFUL TURE PIC- The F. O. Stone Baking Company's FAMOUS CAKES They Sell for 10 Cents JOE W. STEPHENS Meat Market COMPLIMENTARY LETTER PRACTICAL GIFTS MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS DOLLARS COUNT Spend them here where they will buy most. The things we list below will make fine gifts and are wonderful values OVERCOATS A Complete Stock, $7.50 to $20.00 MUFFLERS In all the popular styles, 25c to $1.50 SHOES For Men Women and Children And the kind you want $1.00 to $8.00 The NECKTIES Qn 25c t0 75c GLOVES All kinds for all kind of service 25c to $2.50 SWEATERS For Men, Women and Children 50c to $6.00 See our line of Jewelry and Silverware. You will surely find what you want in that line here. The quality is good, the prices right. Only a few days tilt Xmas, come now. HAYES & GOTT "The Cash Store" Main Street Berea, Ky. Editor of Tho Citizen: Dear Sir: I recently subscribed for The Citizen, and appreciate the good Do you want to givo a beautiful news that is within tho different Christmas gift In (he home folks, columns of the paper. For in something that will never need lo stance, "United States News," "In be thrown on tho rubbish heap, Our O.wn Stale," "Local Page," the something that will not break or editorials that appear on tho front wear out or loso its value, but will page arc educational themselves. be more treasured as Hie years go Last week tho editorial on "Vocainby, something that will bo an tional Education" was exceedingly spiration to nil who look upon it? good and I believe that every school Then lako homo a beautiful pic olllcial in New York City should lure. Givo tho children something, iavo rCad it because tho Hoard of lo look at that they can understand Education is mapping out n vocaand enjoy, warm with light and col- tional courso so that the many thouor. Tell them what tho great man sands of children may become usewanted lo teach when ho put tho ful citizens in later lifo. colors on tho canvas. Don't buy I always wait for tho first mail mother kitchen utensils this year every Saturday morning (about or an unbecoming dross or an ill 8:15) for my copy of Tho Citizen and lining pair ui gnne. emu react ovcry pago several times on something better at Christmas time. my Way downtown on tho elevated Gio her something that will bring .train. Several limes peoplo have a lender light into her eyes as showed , vvhoro I secured the pa- goes on nor monotonous round oi per. I have always answered." duly. "From a place where both sexes A thoughtful person once said, on havo an opportunity to seouro nn leaving a homo: "That family needs (education by trying to help them- a twenty dollar picture, nicy ao selves secure ono." not know that they need it. They I intend to enter Heron next fall think they need more money or moro and am counting tho days when I littery. Hut only tho influenco of n will bo able to como to Berea. beautiful picture can bring harmony Very truly yours, into that homo." Could this bo said Charles A. Johnson of your home? If there is ever a timo 153 East 99th St. when all turn toward tho ideal it is Now York City at Christinas time. Tnko homo a beautiful picture. WINTER STORE Dreary will bo tho winter to him whoso graneries are empty. But 10,000 drearier and more desolate still ago bo tho TUfcKEYS WANTED! must or tho winter of old mind to and woman whoso matt i heart and soul I will liu- - 10,000 turkryi for the Itavo brought from X.nui market, which upent Dec. tit. tho harvest only too joys that aro Write me for price and coops nnd thip your turkeys direct to a live chaff and tho virtues that aro mcro windfalls, attained and adhered lo market. only through easy convenience. F. H. GORDON When thai winter comes, as it Shipper of Dressed Turkeys must lo many of us, wo shall have Pens Phone only ourselves lo turn to, and we shall 64 Estill Ave. find 803 that only which wo havo sown RICHMOND, KY. and harvested in tho bright spring and golden summer tho good grain, tho sound fruit, tho flowers, the high impulses, tho sacrifices, tho loves, yes, and tho cheat, tho chaff, tho weeds, tho windfalls, tho hales, the jealousies, tho low passions all these and nothing more, to sustain us or lo render us desolate. The Christian Herald. TELEPHONE A simple LISTENERS REBUKED eavesdropper. It can be applied to any telephone. It is a small disc which connects with n koynoto tongue and whenever tho recoiver is lifted from the hook tho sound ia heard by "central." As each 'phono on tho party line has its own o, it only remains to recognize the tono to identify tho culprit, the lilllo tell-ta- le disc will bo something of a Killjoy lo thoso gossius who havo a keen delight in sunop-titious- iy learning all tho news or tho neighborhood over tho 'nhone. who remind us in a roundabout way of tho Athenians who "spend their timo in nothing elso but citner to tell or to hear some new thing." tcts 17: LM.) Tito Christian Herald. koy-nol- little device has just been completed and will presently be put into general use on parly lines which is eipected lo delect tho POLITENESS A 100 seventh grade boy encountered the following scntenco in his grammar examination: "Tlio horso and tho cow is in tho field." Ho was told to correct it and lo givo his reason for tho correction. This is what ho wroto: "Tho cow and horse is In tho field. Ladies should always como first." January Woman's Homo Companion. WHAT NEW FRIENDS DO TO OS David Grayson, author of "Adventures In Contentment," beginning his new novel, "Hempflold." In tho Deocmbor American Magazino " says: . "When wo let new friends Into our lives wo become permanently enlarged and marvel that wo could over havo lived in a smaller world." PlWfl Six. THE CITIZEN Docombor 17, IMi Vocational Schools Continued from Pig Three.) week-picking tcc faiim cnors. which nld. out the crop changing from different cropi most pronuble In the Southern Mountains. Uborilory, two hours week-t- he student sees how different crop grow in different soils, with or without lime, drainage and fertilltert and legumes or plants which fertilise the soil themclves. Winter term, 5 hours. Manni Beginnings In Agriculture. FEEPINO STOCK FOft PROFIT. Lessons, four days t week, on foods which make milk and foods which mike fat and foods which mskfl musclej feeding different kinds of stock, cattle, hogs, sheep, etc.; what Is called "balanced rations" or food which gives the greatest sttt-deresults at the least cipense. Laboratory one hour a week-t- he mli.es rations, feed stock and by weighing tho anlnuls finds out the value of different kinds of food for stock. Lessons, ire beat for different soils; rolttlon of tropj or year to yeiri feeding, cutlU atlnfr. harvesting or the three hour anced ration." Storing, preserving, cooking and serving rood. Kffset or heal and management or alote. Lectures and note books, laboratory work. 'Fall, I double periods, vb. IIOUSEIlOl.n IllICIl'ES. The principles or nutrition, rood values and the balanced ration applied In tho use or recipes for standard ejoilng and meal planning for a household, mils or fare adapted to ige, clicare. serving and dining-roomate and occupation, Lectures and note books, laboratory work. 'Winter, vc. 'VaBBBBBBBBBPH'JaBBBBBBBBBBBl m Or. Gladding COMMERCE Mr. Llvengood NICETIES OF COOKING, Food for children, for the sick, and for tea-loccasions. During some part or Ihe year- - students live at the Model House and become familiar with economics or "left-overs,- " and other details. Lectures and note books, laboratory work. Spring, 9 double periods. t double periods, Winter term. vee. FMJIT & hours. TtT. Lessons, three hours a week nAISINO AND MAnKETINO. orchard, selecting ground and varieties of fruit; gran lug, setting, bud ding and pruning, spraying and other ways of getting rid nf orchard peit, lnects and fungi. Laboratory, two hours a week-t- he student learns to graft, bud, prune, spray with his own hands. Spring term, 5 hours. FAH.M Lessons, four hours a week, on managing a MANAGEMENT. mountain farm for pro lit; buildings, fences, drains, tools, buying and selling stork; farm records and accounts. Laboratory, one hour a week the student visits successful farms, Spring term, 5 hours. Farm Management. Warren Mr. Burgess Description of Work Studies which arc given In both this and olhrr Vocational Courses are described on pages Tin- - following arc the studies given In Commerce Course only: HOME ARTS Miss Tyler vs. Fine sewing, embroidery, principles or home decoration and some hints ou millinery and "best clothes." Fall term, 4 hours. HOME NURSINO Miss OsrllWe va. Applications or Physiology and lljgictie. Meeting emergencies. Follow. Ing the doctors orders. Food fur the sick, liathltig. Disinfecting. Homo remedies. Pope: Home Care of Ihe Sick. Spring, 4 hours. HOUSE CARE AND MANAGEMENT Miss Bryan va. Equipment, upkeep and management of ning the dally routine, and the special , lltlng furniture and utensil- sstore room, clorets- - 'leam work" In tures and discussions. a home In the country. Plan- SCHOOL OF CARPENTRY W.M. 0. FI10ST, President 1IIANCI3 0. CLARK, Dean ALFHED E. OLAMUNG. Director limited number of young men may enter upon n two years' course in Carpentry, giving 12 periods a week lo shop work ntid mechanical drawing, and 10 to 15 periods a week to such studies as may be assigned by the Dean, Young men advanced in this course receive pay for such work ns can bo furnished. It Is a great ndvanlngo for any person lo have somo training In skilled labor. A noOKkEEPl.Nn ta, vb. Short Cotir.-e- . tthes a working knowledge of sin-gland double entry iHX'kki'cplng and tits the student lo keep corrects ly the simple of the iture romtii ut lines of business. Students ran hvglu this course at any lime and complete It as rapidly al their time and im..ir.itliti l itmil. Wlllams and lingers: First Lesciu In Iiookkerplng. Two terms, 4 hours. n00KKF.KI'l.a ic. vd, ve. Long Course. A Ihoro riplattatlou of the prlncl-Je- s In of double and single entry bookkeeping and their application. this work the student receives large practice In the use of the Sales-hooCash-biioImolce-book- , begin this course at and Students can any time and complete n as rapidly as their time and preparation per- work of earh sraxm. Care of room, bedroom, cellar, attic, the home, outalile lnl, lecFall, 4 hours. LAUNDRY WORK va. Equipment for home wahtpg and Ironing. Hard waler, snap-mak- ing and use, disinfecting, sorting, soaping, washing, starching, bluing, dry. Ing, dampening, ironing, and folding, lectures and laboratory work. Spring, 1 double periods. Miss Moom NATURAL SCIENCE Miss Dryan at- mit. Williams CIVICS vd. PHYSIOLOGY. An elementary course In Physiology giving sprclal tention to hygiene and sanitary conditions In a home. and Itogcrs: Modern Illustrative bookkeeping. Three term', va. An 8 hours. rinsT Fall YK.wi Winter I elementary course In Civil Government. Ithrtnrlenl voj Carpentry va Drawing va . Utile von . . .1 . . . . Knicllsh raa Mnthfin.-ltlr- .... val . . . . . .4 .4 I 4 Ciirprntry llrnwIngvA. Kngllsh vAA nihlr v4 Ithrtorlrnls v bk . . . . .4 4 4 .4 I Prsct. Arlth. Fall 4 Mnlliesiiintlra Tract. Arith v4A Oiirprntry vr llrntvlncve English vrf Mntlielimlira Tract. Arith. nihto lllirtiirlrnls vtc Vie Spring vce . 1 .1 4 4 4 4 ..... . . nlhlo vd.f , tltetorlrnlft vdd Carpentry vd . Ilrawtngvi . . . Kfigll-.- li vd.t . . . Mntheiiintlra rdd . . 1 . . . 4 4 4 Ilhetorlrnla ee Carpentry ve Drawing ve . Kngllsh ver . . . SIMIie-matlr- I) YKAK Winter HIM we. . . . Spring ItliPtorfrnW vff jirHntry vf , timvrlnc: v . . . Kngtl-- h llll.lr.Nf Prct. vce . Arlth. . . Tract. Arith. ... MntlirliliMlra xjf Tract. Arilh. . . vf . . . . Fall term, 4 hours. va. A study or our country and of the world In reference to different climates and localities and their products. Natural advantages for production and manufacture, natural and laws of transportation. Kednay: Commercial Geography. Spring term, 4 hours. COMMERCIAL LAW va. The principles of common and statutory law a applied to the ordinary transactions or commercial life. Contracts, financial liability, responsibility of agents, rights of wives, heirs, creditors, partnerships, corporations, sources or legal knowledge. I'ersons taking Commercial Law should hato taken Civil Oovrriitm-n-l previously. Hamilton! Practical Law. Winter term, 4 hours MATHEMATICS va, tb, vc. Commercial Arithmetic. Explanation and drills to securo rapidity, rase and accuracy In the processes of computation used In business. Devices for abbreviating and proving work. .Moore and Miner; Practical business Arithmetic. COMMERCIAL OEOGnAPIIV Winter. 4 hours. AND CARE OF HEALTH Miss Drynn va. Surroundings which affect healllt-a- lr, water, sunshine, heat and cold, eirrrte and bodily habits. (Clothing and food In relation to health are treated In courses on thoe subjects), Enemies or wastes, garbage, slops, human wastes, Imecls and other bouio-pestDisinfection. Lectures and discussions. Spring, 4 hours. SANITATION health-househ- old s. vaa. HOllSEKEEPl.Nn. This course includes lessons In the rare and cleaning of a house and cooking plain f&od, rmphaslilng sanitary conditions. The ohjrct of the rooking lessons Is to teach Ihe preparation or our common foodstuffs In their inot appetliing and digestible forms. The classification attempted Is simple and emphasis la laid upon furnishing a nutritious diet economically. Fall, 4 hours, double periods. Itepeated, Winter, 4 hours, double periods. bh. HOUSEKEEPING. Continuation of practical house work vaa. Certificate Courses HOUSEKEEPING Miss Tyler Description of Work CARPENTRY Dr. Gladding a. rb. Care and use of tools, practical lessons In use or the steel square, growth and varieties or wood, mortise and don died Joints and their applications; framing, mortise and tenon, balloon, hip and valley roofs, and general house building, dovetailing, application of previous exerTwo terms. cises In construction of useful articles. rc. id. Hrldge building and making of farm Implements; cabinet work, window frames, sah construction, stair building, finish; practice In making specifications and estimates. Itvo terms. e, vf. Plan of house to be designed by students. Elevation and framing details of house named above; sections and details; tracings Two terms. and blueprints. full-slie- d Thru the year, I hours. Winter, Repeated, vce. HOUSEKEEPING 4 double perloda. AM) SPELLLNO va, b, vc. Clear business handwriting principles and practice. Drill on 4,000 words In common use which are most often misspelled. Palmer; business Writing. Muscular Movement. Williams and llogers: Seventy Lessons In Spelling. Thru the year, 4 hours. STENOGnArilY ta, vb, vc. Denn ritman system. Principles and pracllct to secure accuracy and a speed or eighty words a minute In writing the simpler kinds of business letters. The Edison phonograph Is used for supplementary dictation. Pltmatt'lloward: The Phonographic Amanuensis. PE.NMANSIIIP to lie described. Spring, I double periods, Spring, 4 double periods. SEWING vaa. This ronrse alms to leach the pupils good band sewing and skillful repairing or garments. Fall, 4 double periods. ibb. SEWING. Making of undergarments and shtrt-wali- t Pupils stilts. must hate had course vaa or Its rquhalenl iternre taking this course. SEWING. Miss Dryan tec. SEWING. To tie described later. Winter Spring, I 4 double periods. double periods, DRAWING Or. Gladding Mr. Smith va. Geometrical Drawing; projections; development. Fall term, 4 Winter term, 4 Spring term, 4 Framing plans. Fall term, 4 hours. ve. Original designs continued; rull sited details. Winter terra, 4 hours. vf. Details and cross sections; tracings and blueprints. Students who so desire will be ghen the opportunity of working on plans for some small public building such as a church or school house. Spring term, 4 hours. vc. Complete plans of frame house. vd. Plans or houses designed by students. vb. Floor plans and elevations of small cottage. hours, hours, hours, Three terms, I hours. STENOOnAPIIY vd. ve, vf. Any system of shorthand. 0rtral review, wtm rapid dictation of business It tiers, legal forms, sermons, addresses, court testimony, and Civil Sen Ice matter. Itequlrrd speed of too words a minute on Civil Service matter. Supplementary phonograph dictation, practice in reading notes. F.ldrldge; Shorthand Dictation Exercises. Thru the year, 8 houri. TYrEWniTl.N'O va, vb, vc. Touch system. Finger exercises, followed by business letters, legal forms, tabulating, mimeographing and making of carbon and copies. A speed of thirty words a minute on simple business letters la required. Students can begin tbls course lelter-press ' vaa, vbb, vce. DRESSMAKING. To enter this class students must n able to do good hand and machine sewing. The principles of dressmaking, or pattern, cutting, fitting, freehand draping according to prevailuse ing styles. Work is done on dresses fsr which the school recelws pay for the making. Each student may make a dress Mr herself m the spring term, from wash material selected and planned under lbs guidance of the teacher. Thru the year, 4 double periods. DRESSMAKING Mils Bryan at any time; Lain: SlmpUlled Touch Typewriting. Thru the year, 4 hours. TYPF.WMTl.NO vd, ve. Open only to students taking Stenography vb an-vc. Transcription or shorthand notes and dictation to the machine. Different systems of Indexing and filing business papers. Two terms, t hours. TYPEWRITING vf. vb, vh. Transcription of shorthand notes taken In Stenography vd, ve, vf, dictation to the machine, and transcription from A speed of fifty words a minute Is required on busithe phonograph. ness letters of average difficulty. Remington, L. C. Smith, Underwood Thru the year, 4 hours. tnd Smith Premier machines are used, PAUL D, NOSSMAN, M.D., Director Fn.NCIS 0. ClAnK, Dean Alms. Tho Ilcroa General Hospital exists primarily to care for students who may bo sick; but it also receives other patients, and in connection with it opportunity is given to a limited number of young women to take n two years' course of training as SCHOOL Or NURSINO WM. 0. FI10ST. President IIOME SCIENCE SCHOOL WM. 0. niOST, President FnANCIS 0. CLAI1K, Dean MISS JESSIE S. MOOIIE, Director sWsTtisBtia'"" "9 Miss Bryan Miss Tyler Aims. Tho Home Science School is designed for two classes of girls. In the llrst place, it is for young women who wish to bs ablo to mako their own garments in suitable style, to provide good food properly cooked and served, to givo caro in ordinary sickness, and, in general, to manage the affairs of the houseshould. Secondly, it is designed for those hold as a home-makgirls who wish to increase their earning power. Such girls can have three different openings as earners. They may, in this and course, lay the foundations for tho work of the dress-makmilliner, or they may securo the training desired for ono who is in some Institution, or thoy to have charge of a dining-roo- m may uso tho knowledge and skill acquired in this courso In teaching home science. er er nurses. This course is designed to 111 young women to bo of service In tho care of the sick under the direction of a competent phy-sica- n. In most cases tho faithful carrying out of tho doctor's directions in the way of nursing Is more important than medicine or even surgery. Conditions for Admission. Applicants for admission must bo mature young women, at least 18 years old, of good health and reliable character, and without relatives dependent upon them who might interrupt their courso of study. They must havo a general education sufllcicnt to enable them to take utiles on lectures and to make necessary calculations for simple bookkeeping of records. Further information on application. rtftST YK.tll Nursing Clen'l Nurs. llietrrliilogy IllMrtlr. v.i rail Ilnap HVk'g Mlftag . . Fall Two Year Diploma Course FIIIST VIJAIl llllil Clothing ia . Food ra Nol.Nn. vf Chtm. Itlii-torle. . Nursing d Annt.A ritya Mil Me.ll.-Otxtelrlra , Hurg. Nursing v llnelrloliia;y lllflrllrs (ell'l Nlira. Il-- t. HVSi'g lnftjig KKI'IIMI YI'.AIt Winter Nursing v Mul. Mrdlrn Hurg. Num. A lint. A. Wlnier Nuralnc Vt ItnrtrrtiiloBj .. Illrtrlh-flrn'l Nurs. , . llosp. UVk'a; . s . Spring StMIUgf , . Spring Nursing- SCHOOL OF COMMERCE WM. 0. rilOST, President JP.ANCH? ?Iur. Olistrlrlrs Aunt A I'liya. Mut. Mnllris Illistrlrlis . Murg. Nura. vf . 0. CLAHK, Dean FnAMK M. 1JVENG00D, Director Fall va.Parables va . . 1 .1 . This course gives the best preparation for business Accounts, necStenography, etc. combined with Tngllsh branches essary for success in such work. Bright' and diligent students already proficient in English and Mathematics, may complete the courso in either Stenography or Bookkeeping In a single year. For expenses, regulations, etc., sco pages 35-1- 2. Studies in thick typo are required. To graduate from this course all must have earned as many as 8 units including either tho lung course in Bookkeeping or tho two years' courso in Stenography and such other studies as his assigning officer judges lio can pursue to advantage. It is of great value to a man in business to have somo education outside strict commercial lines. FIILNT .i j ltlitirlniU ('loililnc v FihmI v IIIIiIkt. Winter Matthew v Spring 7 1 1 lilt. Ik vf. Matthew 3.; ve . . . . KiirIIiOi va Letter Writing Matlirmntlia vu Com. Arith. 4 .Nut. "el. 3 .ft 4 CI. HI. In vt . 3 Food if va liiytlcs Thy Oeog I Nut EllRllftll vr DiikIMi v Letter Writing l.rttrr Writing . . ft v MulliriiiHlIc Arrountata ft Com, Arith. I I X Description of Work . r si. . .4 A ft Fall nlbln rd Proverbs HIiKtorlrnla vd . . .. Food va . . I 1 HKCOMt YKAK Wiuter lllliln vr. I'aalms Spring I 1 . 4 4 Iloinn Arta va l'nl.Hrl.va ficl. of Wealth Ifouaff Curt- - va . A 4 Nut. Hel. lllirttrl('iilv rood vb lliirlng va riitlna. va Sl. of Mind vd lllhtt-v'- . . 4 . 4 A Chriit'a Life .1 IllirtoriejiU vf . t .1 Food vf Ijtuiidry a lliiiiift Nursing va . . 4 . I'hllix.v NURSING Dr. Mossman, Miss Ogilvle va. b, vc. PHYSIOLOGY AND inGIDNE, taking of temperature, keeping clinical records, diet for slik, dllnfrcllon, and general accuracy and fidelity In following the donor's ilirecllons. rtursca will reside In hospital or approved iHiardlng places, receiving their Incldoiital fees, Imard and uniforms without eipense, and render active sertlce In maintenance of Ihe Hospital and rare or Its patients, as well as cases outside the Hospital as the Superintendent may assign. id, ve, vr. Twehn mouths or continuous residence In Ihe Hospital with regular practice as well as systematic luitritcllou from manuals and On satisfactory completion furnished by the InXltullnii. a will be gltrn. Each young woman on entering will sign s !'llvi!o1ogy4 Work-Studie- s Hniittatloii Scl. of Conduct vu . .4 , A an agreement to complete tho course. Description of described on pages The following which are given In both this and other Vocational Courses are FIIANCIS SCHOOL Or PRINTING WM. O. FIlOST. President GEUIIOC W. 0. CLAUK, Dean CLARK, Director Fall YKAK Winter ; . are the studies given In Home Science Course only. lllbla va, Parublrs Ithetorlinls vj . slHthrmiitlra vd Com. Arithmetic . . lllirtorlruls vA Mntlieiiintli-av- lllhli. v. Matthew-. I 1 bpring llllilfi ve, Matthew ItlirturlraU vf . ve BUYING, INVENTORIES AND ACCOUNTS 3r7 va. StciKK'aPy vj IKiiElUhva l.tiler Writing Typewriting va bookkeeping va Bookkeeping vf l en . hpell.va Fall . . . Com. Arithmetic tKiiglUli v Letter Writing Stenography vA . Typewriting v Typewriting Yd Ikxikkeeplng vi . bookkeeping vd Ten fl . . Com. A llh luetic ft .8 .4 8 4 tKiiglWhvr ... . Letter Writing Stenography vc . Typewriting ve . . Tytewrlllog . . Selection of clothing, bedding, rugs, and household supplies. The Furnished Home. Food In large and small quantities, selection and storage. Shopping, marketing-- , buying by mall. Household accounts; apportionment of Income to rent, fuel, food, clothing, education, benevolence, recreation and savings. Housekeepers, ways of securing additions to Winter, 4 hours. the Income. Lectures and discussions. a two year courso in printing, giving ton periods 11 week to practical work and Inking 10 lessons a week in such studies as assigned by his Dean. flllST YKAIt llltil v.t. Parables V.I A limited number of young men may enter upon Fall . . . v . . . Spll v6 bookkeeping vi Ten. a Spell, vf . Spring . ftrXONI) VI-- . A Winter 11 .Typewriting v hci. of Wealth Stenography vd llhetiirlinls vd Civ let va Pol. Sri. va ilblavf .... hci. of Ml ud . Renography ve Tywriling vg l'.ngtUli vr lilt. lor UlirtorliHli v Cum. Ijiw va I'litlotiiphy va . lllblvv ItliRtnrlrala vf . . Cow. . hci. of Conduct Stenography vf. Typewriting v I'.uglUhv I'lllloaophy drug, va v . , .... and Typeand Type- va. PLAIN SEWING. Hand and machine sewing, patching, mending and alliT4tlons, Use of patterns. First study of the materials used In clothing. Making or undergarments. Fall, t double periods, Watson: Textiles and Clothing. First principles of dressmaking, mavb. E1.EME.NTAIIY DIIESSMAKI.NO. terials, patterns. Making or shirt waists. Winter, t double periods, Watsoni Textiles and Clothing. vc. COMPLETE lillESSMAKINO. Adaptation or clothing to occupations, seasons, occasions snd ages. The making or an unllned dress or washabla CLOTHING Miss Bryan, Miss Moore Eiigllsb vj Letter Writing Mattieiiiatlca via Com. Arith Elartlva lliblavif ItliatorleHla vd rrlntlng vj Kiicllsh vd 'riming I I Illielorli-n- Winter llllilfi vA.Malthew j.y v . . . vu 4 I'rlni lug v I I 4 .A A . .6 .A 4 DiiKll.hvA Letter Writing Bl.illiHiiiiillra v Com. Arith llllile vr, Mallhsw j.yl . .I vr 4 I'rliilluir vr KiikIIsIi vr Letter Wilting . . . Spring . ra S . . , . I Klaetlva 4 i:tetla Itllil.v' I'rintlliK vf I'rinlliiK v riilliiaopby vi t KF.COM . . YKAK I ve .4 . 1 1 .4 4 A Itltil.v lllltitollrHla Printing vt Kni-lls- lllirtorlrnla V ...... .1 . I rof. Set. hci, of Wealth va rtiTloaoiiliy va Ret I v 4 4 4 Ulll'l .A Hrl, of Conduct May be omitted by business itudenti electing Stenography materials, Watson: Textiles and Clothing. Spring, t double periods. Description of Work PRINTING Mr. Geo. W. Clark va. TYPESETTING FOR flEOINNEIIS. The habit of accuracy Is Insisted from the start. Simple work In newspaper style will be followed medium clasa book and magailue work, with few weeks given lo Hit writing. writing. (May be omitted by business students electing bookkeeping FOOD Mist Moore ra. PLAIN In the Winter and Spring Terms a student miy take the first and second terms' work and rtcelve a certificate ou ths successful complstloo of the sunt. C00KIN0. Fall rood products varieties, 1913; rood-valu- cost. Tb "bal- - t tj Dlniilng Food, 1 hours; Clothing, hours. 'Four double periods for second year students Continued on Page Seven.) tl4-t- l, Doccmbcr 17, 101 4. THE CITIZEN Panto Sctbh. Vocational School (Continued from rare Six.) SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Berea's Vocational Schools ng Bern m A CLASS IN STOCK JUDGINO Training Hint adds to your money-earnipower, combined jyJth general education. FOIl YOUNQ MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commcroo nnd Telegraphy. FOIl YOl'NCI LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Mr. Spenco Berea's Foundation School General Educntlon for thoso not far advanced, combined with soma vocational training. No mailer what your present advancement, "vjp can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress. v. hlrhfM data Uiok work. End Justification and even apacliir are rrqulrrrt. Sprcd conlrila ire litld once etch month. Weekly lecture mill be rlvrn on Hie funilamtiital iirtntlplea of good prlnllnr. rail, i houra. tb. COntlKCT COMPOSITION. Thli It an adancrd tnurae for maklnr . out or tn"'tt-raThe hlfhtat authorltlea will be atudled on capltalliatlon, punctuation, variant aptlllnri, comoundlnr of wordf, or word, quotation niirka, Itallci, abbreviations, etc Some dlvlilon time mil alan be rttrn to pronf.rtaillnr. lieVlmie: Correct Compotlllon. Winter, noun. v. roll NEOINMEItS. A thoro drill In correct method! 3t handllnr atock In fredlnr a preia, keeplnr even color, and care of prria. Practice wnt in the uie of oveMaya and undrr-liyfor mak Inr ready almple forma for one ami two color prlnllnr. Tlintnati Platen Prenwurk. Sprlnr, 4 houri. d. Jon riilMINO. Simplicity In deilirn, appropriate tyre racea. allocution or type races, proportion, harmony, iketchlnr. and color rombltiatlotia or Ink and paper. Imposition, marrlni, make-ulockup, reneral atone work and foundry work. A matery of principle! will be Inilited on aa well aa thornneaa In the practical work. Treilie: Ileilfn and Color Prlnllnr. Tall, 1 noun. a i, by the Superintendent of tho Power and Heat Plant In tho upkeep and extension of tho electric works of tho College, and after two or tnoro years, If they show decided Improvement, may receive an award of proficiency. Farming Many young men work under tho Superintendent of tho Farm, receiving pay according to their efficiency. Thoso that complete tho Agricultural lectures of tho Foundation School, and attain largo ability in Farm Management may receive an award for work dono in Agriculture, after two years. Gardening. Many young men work under tho Superintendent of the Garden, receiving pay "according to their efficiency. Thoso that complete certain Agricultural Lectures In tho Foundation School or In the School of Agriculture and attain largo ability In garden management may receive an award for work dono after two years. Machine Shop and Steam Fitting. A limited number of young men who have had tho Academy course in Elementary Physics may bo employed under the Superintendent of tho Power and Heal Plant for the upkeep and extension of the steam and water pipes of tho Institution, and after two years, If thoy show marked improvement, may bo recommended for an award of proficiency. Printing. A limited number of young men who have already some knowledge of printing, obtained elsewhere of in Berea School of Printing, may work for reasonable compensation In the printing office and at tho end of two years, if they show decided improvement, receive on award of prollclency. Tile Making. A limited number of young men may learn how to make cement tilo with a hand machine. This Is a most valuable process for every farmer to learn. It will enable him to make his own tile on rainy days at very little cost. This work at Berea is paid for by the piece so a student may make small wages from the beginning and his earning capacity will increase as skill in the work is acquired. 3rd Door . Berea's General Academy Course For thoso who are not expecting to teach and who aro not going thru College, but desire more general education. This Is Juat JJtt thing for thoso preparing for medical studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives tho best general cdiicatftm for those who wish a good start in study and expect to carry It on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives tho very best training for thoso who expect to teach. Courses aro so 'arranged that young pcoplo oau leach through lift summer and fall and attend school through tho winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in tholr course of study. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School 5th Door 6th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College Questions Answered Pnr.SSWOIlK. An advanced courae which will Include i thoro oer-laylniatudy of Impreiiion, tympan, iinder-taylnrollera. Ink. reel piarea, bearert, and caro of the pmi. Actual work will be done In wnrklnr a larr variety or type form and alo cut forms, Includlnr half Innea. Color work and color hirmony will be Ihnroty atudled. Thotnai: Plalen Prenwork. Winter, .4 hours. f. nU8INi:s3 MANAGEMENT. Eatimatlnr on a scientific bails. Nrcesilty cf a cmt ayrtrtu, Job tlckrta, time slips, buying and aelllnr paper an1 cardlKard, appropriate atork ror dllTrrent kinds or work, cash and credit, collections and discounts, necessity of proper equipment for economy, buylnr type and machinery for a country ouint, how to flnJ the leaks ami how to stop them. Nathan: How to Make Money In the Prlnllnr business. PLATEN This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Trie Academy is now Berea's largest department. Tills is tho crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING money-making STUDENTS. Berea College with ilt Sprlnr, hours. vr. NEWSPArr.ns. ror the tralnlnr or editors and publishers. Practical questions on the manarement or weekly newspapera will be studied Includlnr rules ror reporter and eorreiMndents, home report-In- r. rrrular and special edition, grneral make-u- p of the paper; ralnlnr, keeplnr and collectlnr auhscrlpllons, adtertlslnr rates, credits and collections, bookkcepln? and omce ininaremcnl. tiyihee Ettabtlihltir a Newsiiaper. Sprlnr. 4 hours. A coure institution. It requires cerof dollars each year for tho lrtfn-cof its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and nrrarj-In-g as far as possible for students to earn and savo in ovcry way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to pooled the chnnelcr and reputation of tho young people. Our students conio from tho best families and arc earnest to do well and improvg. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except tfiose with parents in Berea live in College buildings, .and manj assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuah) Iraining and getting pay according to the valuo of their labor. Excaat in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part tH their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming te secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, eta, ary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climajis is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weathci, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, .work jnlforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES arc really below cost. The Collcgo asks ;no rent for the fine buildings in which students live, chargiug only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, nnd washing eJ bedding and towels. For tablo board, without coffoo 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 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES aro two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee 'or return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and is returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for, tuition or service of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). TB Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Stomal $6.00 and $7.00 in Collegiate course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental foe and room. reTil by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follow V WINTER TERM its affiliated schools, is not a tain fees, but it expends many thousands afSSaSaWafefiaWHaflaK jj A CLASS IN BRICKLAYING Mr. Fletcher Woodwork Machinery. A limited number of students receive systematic instruction and regular practice in the use ot the fine woodworking machinery in the College shops. 8ucb may win an award in two years. FOR YOUNQ WOMEN Laundry Work. A limited number of young women, in any department of the Institution, will be employed in various activities in the steam laundry, and those who continue in such employment for two years and show marked improvement, may be recommended for an award of proficiency. Practical House Work. A limited number of young women, in any department of the Institution, may securo work in the boarding hall, earning from fifty cents to a dollar a week, and if thoy continue in this work for two years and show marked improvement, may bo recommended for an award of proficiency. Practical Sewing. A limited number of young women may bo employed by tho Sewing Department for the repair of bedding and clothing, and if they continue in such employment for two years and show marked improvement, may be recommended for an award of proflolcncy. SCHOOL OF BRICKLAYING WM. O. mOST, rrealdeni f , jas. a. ounocsa. Director nuncis For some years a class in Bricklaying has been taught during tho winter months, tho class paying extra fees to meet tho extraordinary expenses involved. This course will bo given tho coming winter. The fee will bo .reduced from fifty dollars o. claiik, Dean Incidental Fee rtoom Board, 6 weeks VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOL! ACADKMY AHD. NORMAL COXXXQB 5.00 6.00 9.00 0,00 7.20 BXO ,7.98 ,MW dollars which includes tho incidental fee, and will builder who his directed the briok work on Dcrca's most inportant buildings in reoent years. to thirty-si- x bo in charge of Mr. Voce, tho master Amount due first of term 920.00 Board 0 wks., due middle of term 0.00 Total for term Incidental Board, 5 922.20 9X0 C93 JIBfe' fSZJSrV SCHOOL OF FIRESIDE INDUSTRIES N1AHCI8 Fee weeks 0. CLAIIK, Dean NtlS. ANNA EllNDEno, Director Student girls may enter the department of Fireside Industries as apprentices to learn Spinning, Weaving, and Dyeing. Thoy pay tho regular incidental fee of Vocational students and give half their time to Fircsido Industries and half to Bible, nheloricals, and other studies assigned by the Dean of Voca-ion- al Schools. Llko apprentices in Printing and Carpentry, they are paid something for their work as soon as tho Directress thinks it begins to bo proillablo. Tho object is to enablo them to earn money by skill in dcilnile forms of fircsido industry, but not to givo them prollclency in all branches. SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY FRANCIS '929.00 SPRING TERM 9 5.00 4.00 6.75 '93120 $ 4.00 8.00 6.75 917.75 6.75 '92-15- $ 74 KtJB 0.75 918.75 ft75 925 Amount due first or term .... 915.75 Board, 5 weeks, due middle of term 6.75 Total for term laundry. '$2250 Farmers' Qirls will have good limes in their lessons in In tho Winter everything will be cooking, caro of tho sick, and ready for beginners in all studies-n- ew all the arts of the good housekeeper. declasses will start in all ABOUT THE WINTER TERM dress-makin- 'This docs not include tho dollar deposit nor monoy for books or Special Expenses Business. Wiuttr g, , 0. CLAIIK, Dean CIIAnLES S. KNI0IIT. Director Competent operators are always in demand at good wages. Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Edison and irlany of our great captains of Industry began as operators. Wo havo tho best possible equipment, large well lighted room and a railroad wiro so that our more advanced students can copy main lino messages at their own desks In our school. A limited number of young men may take this course by paying the extra fco to meet tho extraordinary expensos involved. Such expenses vary according to tho number of pupils, but a class of ten or nioro is formed cacli winter at a very roasonablo rate. A certificate will bo given to those who attain a requlslto proficiency. vaa, vbb, vcc. TELEUIIAI'IIY. Work modem railroad omce. adapted to the practical needs or Thru tb year, I bouri. AWARDS FOR YOUNQ MEN Bookbinding. A limited number of young men may enter upon a course in Bookbinding, receiving instruction and earning somo compensation after the first few weeks. This work is carried on as an extra in most cases and no exact timo can be set for Its completion. Electricity. A limited number of young men who have had tho Academy courso in Elementary Physics will bo employed Award! are also riven In olber lines of work. 2a par w. partments. Bricklaying and Mason Work will bo lauRht this winter. This re quires a special fee of 921.00 and gets men ready to earn big money. Every man who has taken this Courso is well off today. Beginning Classes In Academy Studies Mathematics, Latin, etc will give n chniico for thoso win havo been out teaching to catch up by taking theso express trains for knowledge. Teacher Training Classes in Normal Department will givo tinequal-c- d chance Tor all aspiring teachers. The new Knopp Hall is tho best building or its kind in tho South. Tho Library is tho largest in Ken tucky. Farmers' Boys will havo money-makin- g courses in Agriculture-be- tter Twclvn than a corn-showeeks will mean n big Increase in tho produots of your labor next Summer. w. 912LOQ Woodwork and Carpentry givo a Stenography and Typewriting 910.00 93BBD great chance to mountain boys. Wo Bookkeeping (brief course)' 12.00 10.00 , fflW havo the trees; why should wo not Bookkeeping (regular courso) jflo fl.00 5X0 learn how to mako them up inln Business course for students furniture instead of shipping all in other departments: Stenography our lumber to different places, and 9x0 7.50 2X00 Typewriting, with one hour's uso then buying it back when other people have made it into chairs and of instrument 6X0 5.00 18.00 Com. Law, Com. Ccog, Com. tables? Berca Carpenter boys mako Arith., or Penmanship, each money for themselves, and help tho 1X0 1450 5.40 In no caso will special Business Fees excoed 915X0 per t.crni. mountains. Any young man 01 young woman can get an education Berea is a happy place for all young pcoplo who aro in earnest, at Berea if thero Is the will to do so. It is a great advantago to continue during winter and spring ji'nd besides tho studies and tho work hnvo a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste lima there are: in the public schools going over and over tho same things, when thjjy Free Singing classes. Freo Moving Picturo and Stercop-tico- n might bo Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starling hrtfn new studies with somo of tho best young men and women from oltcer Exhibits. counties and states. Freo Play in Men's Gymnasium. Applicants rnuat bring; or send a testimonial showing that they ce GymnaIJreo play in Women's above 16 years old, In good health, and of good character. This ma J&e sium. signed by tome former Berea student or some reliable teacher or netan. A Dozen Literary Societies. bor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden. Winter Term opens Jan. 5, 1915. Get ready; he oa timet SoLectures, Entertainments, cials .Mid all tho other good "goings-o- n" For information or friendly advlco write-- to the Secretary, that keep young folks happy MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Bsrea, Ky, and wide awake. able-bodied Spring TaM Pago Eight. THE CtTtZKN TO ALL THE CHRISTIAN PEOPLE Or KENTUCKY (Continued from pngo 1) Dish towels December 17, 1014. Iho Conference to bo published to tho Christian people, Iho ntlmlnls-Iraliv- o odlcerR and Instructors of our universities", colleges, nnd pubno eonfpBJiice rtllhtd nl(ft lsrd la full tr the writer. Tif asms lic schools, lo the churches, and all as trldrnn ol rood Ulth. Write pLIsly. It net tor publicities, but who an' Interested nnd engaged In ft, rlberlng tho socinl nnd economic development oMho Slnle, GREETINGS TO OUR MANY CORRE-- 1 Mooro and fiunily, wlm have l)Con In consisting of A Illinois for tin Inst I wo years, have SP0NDENT3 Prof. I.ymnn Clinlkley, Chairman, of (hi lOlli. Mrs. i of vear when w, relumed hoinc-Di- nl tho time TliU Stole University; Prof. .1. I.. Hill of of f tuberculosis ' Vniiplin -, i .....l.l Iv... lti ni ll... ...ll....... rl iim ncrustoiiied lo exchange ecm' (li'orgelown; nnd Prof. Clnrenco C. She leaves n husband turned home fro,,, Richmond nfler M V' .. "i... llii .nsoii. Tin Mmi- I'reemnn of Transylvnnln, wer nnd six children nntl n host of friends spending a few .lays with his broth- -' Mt) aging lldilor takes Ibis lime lo fch(mU f of NVo irepare such n inemorinl. or, Vergil, who Is not o.xpeeled loCo),lly n,,wp ,,, ,"r press his appreciation lo ll.o many lown In ixTsunnce of their commission mpnt hy lo the bereaved family. .... long. ...ninn "i 3 i ii.w ..nen Mr i heir ln-- 1 . . .. . i'rl.l,,. ..I..I.I ntull.. ...,..ril l.w.l Infill I r"r r iveniucKy auvis- lie .7 Wo!' 'T romnins woiv laycl lo rest in good news and faill.rulness. appointed M. A. Phillips, police,,,. Central llf Pryso v....., Men's lo,. Spnrk.na.i gn.yoynr.l.-Ui- rn nnVhl n.lil Mml nt such point, ns ll'o J'ryso. Doc. . It. .lack Crawford iJ"dgt' mid A. 'I'. Stewart, eity , . nl. - jf;,ri!((( A,.a(ion submit Iho Knlliorlnjr is greatly retarded by tho ,.. . i.Hini ..... ii... "in iuun umii i n . whero Iho subscribers arc nol as fitllowinf; ' weather- -li. .Mooro gathered soiu a norso in Oscar samples ror numerous as thov iiilslit be. ninety dollars. Another box supper jbyterian churches are each prepar- MEMORIAL acre, good opportunily. for lliej2 Inifln'l from ono-hn- lf would bo n for n Christmas was given at linger school house Sal- -' ( .,.,nl u, ronf,,.,.ll(.,, ,,.pi.cs mis- Carlco correspondents to do a llltlo iirtlny night. Precivils are for the Crowe lenves the 18th for Knoxvllle.! (l lMll(,n,.y ( W)S,i provision sioimry work and at the snmo liinoj t;arira. Dor. HL-- Wo havi' the purpose of a ChrMinns tree for the Tenn., lit nttend n llible college. rm. i,,,, .,m training ,fl,p receive a siigin messing largest Jolin school. Mossrs. Ilobi-r- t Willlnnn, liclitulions and ,.. .. snow of Iho soaon. I"1 edurntioiml .. .. . ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Iillli ..i.t ...ill. . ..! jiiu .miciioii, who lias neon sick so long, (.. 11. Kelly, .lames .Moberley anil schools of Kentucky. Disputanta largo circle of friom s solicit your !U(, vaiI (.oorpe CoIu nro nttMiIf iir court at' ,hl, ,,( ((f lh,s " l1"" conieronce uepiores nisputantn, Dee. 5. Iturti on Ihe ami gni lor yimisuii They were summoned on .tll. 1.. I .... I 1 I buried in., win in the Summers Irvine. . ... u. r.... r.in rttii-... iii'ii' ,praveyar.i. ifiiin in .in. Mini ' irs. .i.' iv ' i iniin:ii :i llio fuel lliai. III llii' selection oi i..t.. ' '" jury.-Scb- ool .otu .oi, lie leaves a wire ami closes nt this place , ., , A lor nile 'leaehers. In.lruclors, trustees, 9f- m m r, aU fllUr , 0 mourn new subscribe s ,0!1? J P Krllny, noro.nber 18. All are sorry Hcers, superinlen.lenN. and boards, i ' ' , ow , a ,1 ,,, d your fr.en.ls h a p (, eli7CMi , j( . , ... 9now ,vM(. ivi. Iol r n H, .1, ju Ju, en ri.fc u l aPp . Try It H(J wj, ,,B m,Mei ,(J. all.Uorn ,0Lm, m lurn tnako weighty consideration, Mm ht,t(t , )M Sunift. and convince yourself. Ml, am, Mr,. .1. Tincher ll.e 5th . wns eight inches deep by niu-hl-. :,. ri,t , is conference deplores uist. a line boy. illie Roberts is People are not thru gathering com a business trin to Ml. Vernon one I'"' fncl Hint lo n considerable extent MADISON COUNTY still at I.exinglon tit work. S. It. yet Idnv this week. Cbarlev Drew is Iho education nnd tniillll'g of our is to go to; planning Roberts Hickory Plain itrusted to those who 'building a new dwellingUncle Gar " nr GARRARD COUNTY llreathitt county to seo his sick 13, Hickory Plains, December Howies is on the sick list. Dr. '""" no concern for the inculcation LeaveH tell Point mother George Parker is planning nerlruile Terrell, who is in school nnd Lewis of Wildie was called to see,' mn'a i,ll'as "ml ill,,uK Point Leavell. Dec. It.-- Mr. , , niove back to Hockcastle ,oon with hor nl "llf coniere. re iicp.otea hiin.-H- orii at Herea. spent last week lo Mr. and Mrs. J. II., ... ,1.... ...lt....n .....I t.tulrm.l.tra l - Mrs. Frank Higgins have moved . .. . ... ' aunt, .Mrs. t.i... .M.m...... " I I. It. i. .....ii'.n ...... IIIjU ' It' I "l a hoy. His ttnii.v.-nioi- iitr Uiusrord, preailieil down below Lancaster. A1k)uI Ihir- Tliomas on tliu L'Hlh nn..,. in the linvltiBlliu heaviest snow of Iho. sen- -, ia i,.!,,, virL.,i nrlv ai...v are re laineil colleges service of our " ' whose attitude ,1 u i" . n.i and soo.-A- nna ItoUTts gaNc the young! our imeresi.ng sermons at Mat 'lop n .. , . , li.t . L .i ' " '" i here will be meeting! V. Tm.u . 7 '. : , .eeK and I enrhini: are host lie to moral nennle of lloblowi, a box soeial at r ,ni tint Top me , , . ... . growth in our youth. the school bouse last Saturday night. month by HrotherHit sunilay in tills lencau. tuuru win nu a uiinsiiuns i;. uranison uoiik iisis ptircuascii n saw training and Lewis. r. That Ibis conference deplores proceeds will go for a Christmas The Bond tho fact of the effort of olllcers and l,.cc. Curt Roberts has purchased lnlruciors io substitute the doctrine the store and dwelling house of Mr. Honil, Doc. 12. Wo nro having of "Good fellowship" for that ot Lakes of Mote. We wish Mr. Rob- sumo winter at present, both rain GUIDING STARS. Morality. erts success in business. Several of and snow. Rev. J. W. Pennington (i. That this conference appeals our fanners tire hauling Iheir tobac- lllled his regular appointment at or Level Henealh thy rays Star lo the Christian people of Kentucky, co lo Richmond. Tho Herea College Green Hill Saturday and Sunday. Wo would journey over; surveyor was brought .'own by W. I). R. Allen is planning to make a the voters of Kentucky, the Gen Oladilen thou our passing days, last week to survey a new short business trip to llayden, IiuL oral Assembly of Kentucky. Hoards M. Hush Klovale endeavor. county roailJMr. and Mrs. Wallace; soon. .Miss Muyskens is planning of Trustees, Presidents, Superintend Hy thine aid our path shall bo tents of education, Professors, Tench to have an entertainment Christmas Adams have moved to Richmond. One that leads to victory. ers and Instructors, Chruches, PasMrs. Fish has sold her farm known j,, (,0 Sunday School at Oreen Hill tors. Priests and Rabbis, lo insist as the John Gabbard farm lo Mr. 0f which she is superintendent. C. Star or Promise! Send thy light Hint our vouth be brought up in' C. Mooro still continues in very poor Saylor of Hell county. All the way to cheer us. heallh.-Klb- ert reverence ami with faith in God. Isaacs or Herea is We are sate, though dark the night, Slate Lick be With Us YcL' "Lord Gotl of IIo-wolk""-- ' Mrs.! When our Lord is near us. Slate Lick. December 11. Central Kentucky Faculty Star of Promise! Lend thine aid . John Preston has been on the sick Welchburg Advisory Council of tin? State Young ' The Rev. When we're sinking, or afraid. fist for the past week. Weletiburg, Doc. II. Wo are hav.Men's Christ inn Association very ing some cool snowy Jones Parsons of West Union is weather now. (Signed) Star of Dutyl Far above low with luburculosis and is not exCharles V. Moore came over from C G. CROOKS H. Chastcen London last Wednesday to put All our selfish labors, pected to recover.--J. a in Central University t Add thy Ik-lito that or Lovo and Miss Clara Cope of Rockcastle new telephone for 1. W. Welch. LYMAN CHALKI.l'.Y &' For Cod and far our neighbors, county were ipiietly niarrictl.nl the Mrs. Mary Hall, who has been quite University of Kentucky i Slar of Dutyl Brightly glow; home of tho Reverend Mr. Lambert ill for some lime is no better. Old 11. T. Sl'KNCHR liver guide us hero below. on Slate Lick road last week. Tho Uncle Millard Holcomb is in very Kentucky Wesleyan College on the noor health. fi. W. n.vi.l cum inl tleepest snow of the season is CI.ARKNGIt U I'HKKMAN Slar of Hope! Thou givesl joy! Hog killing and tobacco HaI.vtJ. Moore wenl ((( ,(0mlon ,asl ground. Trnnsvlvania Univorsily Throw thy bright rays o'er us. stripping is the fad of the day. Momiay OI, business William R. F. 0. Spreatl thy light where clouds annoy. Christmas will soon be here. Nothing Metcnlf, who has been in tho United f (Uillege IliMi-. Drive them all before u. would be appreciated more than nS,a(t. anny f It. G. SIOIT i Co thou Willi us all Iho way. me uuitci. years sunscripuon to mi. nlli.A.. turned home. Mrs. Lula Neal, who Kti'lern Kentucky State Normal Turn our darkness into day. for that rriend or yours who is is thought lo be suffering with lung NiiM'iulier 2I, I'JU. from Herea. Merry Christmas trouble is no better. Died on last Kxtract from the report of Stale Slar of Promise! Slar of Lovol v and a Happy New Year lo all The Wednesday or dropsy, Mrs. Martha Superintentleiit of Public, InstrucStars of Hope and Duly! Readers everywhere. , jA. Casteel. The bereaved family tion Henderson. (IH7I-TJ- ). ' (.Hiding light from heaven above. have our sympathy. T. S. Hranna- "II is as disgusting as the blasKingston Fill our earth with beauly. phemy of administering baptism to Kingslon, Dec. 11. Morgan Lansiiinu and Arthur Franklin of Wiltlie Drive away whatever mars: a dog. to put at the heiTil of the or Richmond was. here buying rat were hero ror a hunt last week. Hrilliant galaxy of stars! country's school interest, as an exbogs last week. Hogs arc low, the Mrs. Louisa J. Vaughn, who has -- John M. Morse, in Iho Christian Herald. lingering willi tuberculosis ot ample to tlift children, a man of price ranging from 0.10 to $6.25 profane speech, dissolute habits, and the lungs ror somo time died yeter. Tor the best. Tobacco hundred rudeness of manner. It Is a mock- growers are very much discouraged day. Shu leaves a husband and s'v ...... I ... .i .,r r..iil. receiving.! children to mourn her loss, i.tso entertainment and Iree the night rig of Hob MfUiieen. Charley '" with the piices they are " Drew b The plant is almost worthless. The many relatives. C. U. Smith and of the 21th at Fairview. Little has moved lo his new home. system, hardly excelled by Iho folly Kingston school is preparing far a Hugh Sueinoro have returned from Itulh Doty has been very sick, but is (which would trust a discharged fcl Christmas entertainment, Thursday,1 a trip to Lexington. tetter now. PRESIDENT WILSON ON RED ,oii as cashier of a bank. IT tho reDecember .21, in the afternoon. Miss! HUflll PERRY COUNTY lation ol theso two things to the l.'wlMnll wlm line i.ni visit- -' CROSS SEALS Hugh, Dec. 7. Reverend Ovcrley Happy . moral ol a system id poplar eti-iug with Miss Ora Flanory since an expression or his interest in ,, 111! .,.,,,,.1,1 his regular appointHappy, Dec. 7. Acob and George's n Thanksgiving, left tor Lexington failed to r" "- lllllil'il ttJ it' ment nt Hi is place last Saturday nnd branch schools will close Dec. ltilh. the Red Cross Seal nntl Anti-Tulcan bo looked far as the product or last week where she- will visit with Sunday. Reverend Hardin llllod culosls Campaign, President Wilson his Tho leaehers, Mr. C. I). Combs nnd his example and Influence but the friends on her return home. Wil attended to the ordinance brothor. Van Combs, Mr. Stear Hack recently wrole to Iho National As corruption or the pupils, tho distrust lie MunJy and family have moved called jaiul AvePy Mullins. have all joined socialion ror the study nnd Pre- or Iho good, and tho spreading of into UuV house with the former's,? baplw'nriio church has Reverend Georgo Cbilders to serve together lo havo a Christmas enter vention or Tuberculosis: or discontent and muinotlier-in-laMrs. Elizabeth Mur-r- y. "May I not take this occasion to Iho leaven them next year. John Mohcrley tainment on Dec. 19th far the entiny among the people." who has been seriously ill is slowly joyment or tho pupils in theso express to you my tleep interest in recovering. We are sorry lo hear schools Tho school ot Robert W. Iho work or Iho National WHAT TO BUY YOUR MOTHER AND Silver Creek Association antl my hopo FATHER FOR CHRISTMAS Silver Creek, Dec. 11. Rev. George or Iho illness of our former beloved Combs is Hearing its close, after Childcrs lllled his regular appoint- pastor, J. W. Parsons. John and which he will build a new school that its work Is growing in efficiency In Iho December Woman's Homo and extent from year to year? May ment at Silver Creek Saturday and Sherd Reeco havo re turned from house This rainy wealher nnd Companion appears a doublo-png- o Sunday Saturday was regular call Ohio and are in our midst. Miss muddy roads havo put u check on I not particularly express my in- spreatl entitled "1000 Answers to day and they called brother Child- Mary J. demons, who has been sick slavo anil lumber hauling ns they terest in the Itetl Cross Christmas the Quest Inn, What Shnll I Give?" crs for their pastor for next year. is recovering fast. Tom Click has have to haul from three to II vo Seal whoso sale has been tho means Tho reader is told what lo buy for or raising funds far tho work? It Sunday school is progressing nice- serious eye trouble and is suffering miles, (o the shipping point There tho children o vaseems to mo that is Is a particularly father, mother, ly at Silver Creek every Sunday very much. Mate Morris nnd fam- lias been high water in this viciul-it- y rious ages, grandfather, grandmothinteresting and sensible way or enwill) n largo attendance. Thero ily or Shirley passed through hero er, the maid, and so n. ,F'jlluwing this week Circuit court closed Sunday en routo to Richmon- d- nt Hazard Saturday the 5th after a abling the people or tho country aro some of Iho suggestions as to were 70 present last Sunday and wo passed off quietly session of four weeks. Several cases to give (his great work their hope thero will bo 70 more present Thanksgiving what lo give your mother: Many' gootl wishes far the were disposed of. One negro was next Sunday. There will bo a here. Guest towels Christmas tree and also an enter Citizen and its readers. sent to tho Slato Penitentiary for n tainment at Silver Creek Christ term of ten years for murder. He ESTILL COUNTY llrrra, Ky Nov. u, 1914 mas day at ten o'clock prompt. was a southern negro brought hero Locust Branch The American Rolling Mill Com pa Mrs. Will Davis, who has hy tho coming of the railroad Locust Hranch, Dec. 11. Wo are Mlddletown, Ohio been sick for tho past week, is slow having some very disagreeable POWELL COUNTY ly improving Mrs. Mary Kindred I note from your lutter ol Nov. 5 that the defective Gentlemen: Stanton gave her mother a birthday dinner wealher, rain nntl snow. Tho peo pipe here due lo bad workmanship hi your department!. Mr. I.engfell. plo at this place nro getting ready Slanton, Deo. 1 Tho tcaoliers of ner doei all tho work for our College and ai we have hundrnlN of itovei, last Sunday. There were nuito a far hog killing Miss F.va Chrisman the f ist and second educational number or guests present. All re or furnucrt, etc. we mint demand of him the hlghett grade of worknmnihlp Ibis place went to Illinois u few division held their association on port a nice lime. Mr. Ikiwman had together with material obtainable In Ihli locality." ago to visit her fattier till Friday, Dec. 11, at Clay City Tho a nice horse to dio Saturday morn weeks Thl Ii a letter from Mr. Taylor lo the above mill. Mr. Taylor got Ing Mr. C. T. Todd sold a nlco after Christmas and then is coming teachers of tho third and fourth a new pipe free of charge because material wai defective, homo to her grantl mother. Rov. Educational Divisions will hold bunch of hogs last week to Mr. Higu C. Johnson will preach here tho sec- their association on Friday, Dec. 13, Unl.k jn witk a u Pip, RmI tr Caltcruf II wk. Dm. year iippl? Kslridgo. ond Saturday nnd Sunday in this at 1:15 p. m. in the chapel of Stan kokt Ii Ml 0. 11 JACKSON COUNTY month if the weather doesn't pre- ton College The Annual Rural BETTEJt HAVE YOUR WORK DONE BY THE MAN WHO PROTECTS YOU. Tyner vent Dogin Marcum of this place School fair will bo held at StanTyner, December 13. Wo are hav- moved last Sunday lo Sand Gap- -El ton College beginning at 0:30 a. m. ing some nice winter weather with bert Hymer of Red Lick moved C. F. Evans ot Lebanon, Ky., will HENRY LENGFELLNER a six Inch snow. Grant Hamilton last week to Jackson. C. Hryant bo hero Dec. 10 in tho interest of Tiaibop on Jackson Street, Bcrea, Ky. Phone 7 or 187 has bold his farm to a Mr. Messner, moved on II. G. IlickneH's placo last the Christian Endeavor work. A and moved lo Maulden. Thomas Sajlurday. lias recital was given Saturday Krbyjlicknell 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. "' '"" i' ' lMiM ... "I .... ' n, sii Fireless cooker Rug for tho porch Tea hnskel Hanging porch sent Hread mixer Cake mixer Ironing hoard cover with rings nnd In pes Ice cream freezer Salad howl Asbestos fable mats with embroidered covers Hox of favorite soap, cold cream and powder Tablecloth and napkins Silk ror waist Prtifl basket Smnll outlined traveling caso Chiffon veil llanu'iutf basket for flowers Embroidered chemise or corset cov- 'g tree.-Ulcha- rili ;"" - m-- ,,,,, .... x ... lle,nl itched lenclolb and napkins l.nce collar and cuffs Perfume Gloves Couch cover nnd cushions Silver donning out fit er .... ., 1 t. ,. !,, , ii "Jf 1 'jj ' !,rt. ' ,,, Wallle Iron Slioppiuu I i.ik Darning bag Sel or serving Irays Small workbnskel far the guestroom Oyster forks Portable oven with glass doors Vacuum dernier FOLLOWING ARE SOME SUOGES TIONS AS TO WHAT TO BUY FATHER - i- (ft ,, - ,', Umbrella, hook hnntllo Cuff links in gold or chools Writing paper with engraved dress Itaor (bo sure it's a good ono) Pad of shaving paper Fountain pen Ihllfold in brown leather Leather case far papers Shaving strop Itnin conl silver ad- Silk shirts Hov or neckties Moiiogrammcil or initial handker- chiefs Gloves - 'lor. H tr suspenders Hair brushes in ebony Clothes brushes Set ot clothes hangers Scarr far dresser Hag far soiled collars Tie rack, swastika shapo Hox Shoe-blacki- Hngngemeut record WHAT'S THE USEJ kit IK a My H. S. Depew Whnt's Iho use to growl nntl grumble At Iho teacher and the school? Heller eo o work and help them And not mnke yourself a fool. fat-awa- What's Iho use lo let your children Rove and romp around at night? Holler have them work at lessons, So next day Ihoy can recite. What's Ihe use to cut a llguro When your boy breaks n rule. And the teacher lias to brush him l or tho welfare or tho school? neglected To correct him when von should? Ami Ihe teacher has lo do so, Just to pet him to bo good. What's the ue of raising trouble When the blame might bo your own? Heller look nbout tho children, And discipline Ihein nl homo. Kentucky Correlate It might bo Hint you've . pe-ibe- en 7, ZZ Z n;n I As - History in Price 25 Cents Outline with U. S. HUtory w, Miia Boa 46 Music Revrinlrla NichoUiTllle. Ky. CINCINNATI Corn 1 IvlAriKETS 11 1 1 No. white Ctic, No. 2 whltt GiQGZc, No. (i30C3Hc, No. 1 )clow Cc, No white 2 yellow CjiiUOCc, No. 3 yellow 6M 0C5c. No. I yellow 62tfCaHc. No. i mixed GZic. No. 2 mlif--J CtViGCSc No. 3 mixed rtlitCIHc, No, 4 nilxet :G3c, whito ear Cfllc, yellow uai C2ftCtc, mixed MVGZc. Hay No. 1 Ihnoiny $19, No. 2 tlm othy 117, No. 3 timothy 1B, No. 1 do ver mixed S1K. No. 2 clover mixed $16 No. 1 clover $1S, No. 2 clover $(!. Onts No. 2 white btandurd CU'ar.lc, No. 3 white Sufi r.Oc, No. 3 mfSOc, No. 2 mixed 60(j SO'jc, No. 3 mixed Uitr!10c. No. mixed WnDc. Wheat No. 2 red ll.17U01.17 No. 3 red $Ur.i.rl.1C',4, No. 4 $I.IOfr'l ir.. Hkkb I'rliuo llrata 37c, Units 3fi or.Uimry llrata 24t aeconda 22c. GSffGGc. No. 3 white C0CUc 1 ja k.t Tltilla ndlogna $5.6000.10, uxt I8.I50O.2S, fut bulla $006.28. Calves Hum $100 10.25, fair Rood $7.50010, common and larm $5.6008.60. Hogs Selected heavy $8.95 07 good to choice packers and butchcri $0.9507, mixed puckers $6.60 0 8 90 aluga $4.5005.75. common (o cholci hoovy rat sows $5.6000.60, light bUId uo 'b and lew) lVJ'i-nm- i $5.5006.