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HE HE A OFF CE COLLEGE S I KY bir-JCtl- KnlrrtH nl IU Ptut'tifict nt Wrtj Itnm, A'y., ru vnnuf IDo-votec- i Vol. XVI. l'lvo Ccnls n Copy. The Citizen Peoe to tlie Interests of tlcie 3Co-u.ntan. Knowledge is power tad lh way lo keep up with modem knowledge it to read a good newspaper. A IIKItKA, MADISON COUNTY, KKNTUCKV, DKCKMllKlt 21. 101 1. One Dollar a Year. No. 2d. A New Year, 1915! New Year's is a birthday for everybody! step together into a new division of time. GERMAN LINE IS We all I DETAINING FOES -- HAMMERED BACK RIIIC5 1 III aft A ON GASH BASIS Villa Resumes His Demands And time is a measured portion of eternity. We all have a chance to make an entirely new start. "Forgetting the things that are behind," says Paul, "and looking to the things that are before, I press toward Ran A pils ncpUIIing the mark." Let every person make his own New Year resolutions. Don't make the brittle kind, that break if you make one mistake. Make the tough resolutions that hang. "I will try anew every day." REPORTS AUflKfS Flanders, ARE III AT IfluaftakaftatsX. f III for Ransom. ARRESTS WEALTHY MEXICANS CONFLICT The Post Office. The Post Office is an immense public benefit. It is also a great nuisance because of the graft connected with it. Postmasters are paid more than their work is worth, and so' a great many people are stirred up to try to get the office. The appointment is made by the President of the United States. He commonly consults the members of Congress about appointments in the several districts. Members of Congress often recommend not the men most likely to be good postmasters, but the men who helped them get nominated and elected. This is what is called political corruption using appointments not for the public good but for the benefit of a self-seeki- Congressman. And this is called "The Spoils System." In war the victors plunder the enemy and enrich themselves. So in American politics the party that beats gets the offices. But that is not the best way. It ought not to be the custom to turn out all the postmasters every time there is an election. The post office ought to have to do wkh politics than the express office or the' no-mor- e CONTENTS PAOE 1. Editorials, 1015, Tho Post A New Office Year, Tho Health Master, Kentucky News. U. S. News. World War News. FAGCX Tho Message of Clirlslmas. Temperance Sunday Notes. School LossonJ Christmas Song. PACE 3. Mountain Agrioultutv. Christmas. llailronds Appeal to Market ing World's President. Greatest Problem. Tho Patriotic Wo are glad to greet our many Hollar. PAOE 4. Local News. subscribers and friends with bold PAQE 5. College News nnd Other headlines nnd other beautiful feaLncnl Hems. tures of the season. Tho Land of Hrokcn Prpm- -, A Prayer for Christmas. New Year 1015. U. S. News. East Kentucky News. rAuti I, in mo Home. Plant a Christmas Treel--A Christmas Carols-Lat- est News From Toy- land. PAOE 8 Editorial, Tho School House Stove. Madonna nnd Child. Christ Horn Anew. East Kentucky News. G. PAQE ises. THE HEALTH MASTER Chapter! from the book so enthlcd by 8srnuel Hopkins Adams, published by of Houghton Mifflin Company. religious symbolism from vary early time ltd and blua wara sacred ta tha of Christ Rtd axprasstd haavsnly lova and aspiration) blua. truth. constancy, pumy. in piciuni rapraMnung int Assumption ma virgin la clad in whtta. In pieturss tarmad tha Immaculata Concaption aha la arrayad in white. This aubjsct waa not traatsd in sarly art. IN Mothar . UNITED STATES NEWS.IN OUfl OWN STATE A FAMILY HEALTH SCHOOL Sin That Hurts ths Innocent -Hut what am I to say to Julia?" and wisely what it means to he a "That is what I am going to tell woman. That is fundamental. And you," replied tho Health Master, now for the matter of venereal dis"and look to you lo pass on the ease. I am going to lay certain truth in terms too plain to admit of facts heforo you all, and you can First, docs hand on to the children such nny misunderstanding. as you deem best. she know what womanhood and "First, gonorrhoea, because it Is mean?" motherhood "Not ynt, I think. Sho seems so tho worse of tho two. That Is not nri vAimo...... I fa xn tinnl- in sneak Ibo neccpted .notion, I know: but ... ii Hut I thought I uiu leaning specialists one Dy one of those things. would try lo explain to her some have como around to tho view, that, by large, it does moro damage day." to humanity than tho more greatly "Some day? At once! How can dreaded syphilis. For one- thing, it you think her too young? Sho has is much moro d. already tindergnno tho vital change "Hut it is easily curable, isn't it?" from flhildhood to womanhood, and without so much as a word of warn- asked Mrs. Clyde, insensibly, yielding or reassurance or explanation ing to (ho Henlth Master's matter-of-fa- ct tone, nnd finding, nlmost inas to what it means." sensibly, that her Interest in tho "Not ipilto without." put in hygienic problem had overcome her Grandma Shnrplcss ijuletly. shamed reluctanco to speak or it. tho Health "Ooodl" approved "Often in tho early stages. Hut It Master. "Hut bo sure that tho ex- is very And onco firmly planation is thorough. Tell her the fixed on thc.uietiuv it is ono of the Hignilluiinco of sex and its relation most obsllim4) and'.&'i-'MtfK-roof If you diseases. It may lie to reproduction nnd life. dormant for don't, be sure that others will. And months or oven years, deceiving its their version may well bo In terms victim into thinking himself wholly shud- cured, whieh would make a mother only to break out again in der to hear." full conflagration, without warning. "Who would tell hor?" asked Mrs. 'This is tho history of many Clyde. ruined m:irrlni.-w- . finiv iiv Mm ,,.n.t Do you think girdling tests can a nhvsiclan "Her playmates. that girls don't talk of tho mysteries mako certain that tho infection is as much ns boys? If so, you'ro sad- - stamped out. Probably no disease ly In error. Tho first essential Is receives, on Hie average, such that sho should understand truly (continued on psi Two ) modi-flcnlious -wide-spreaun.-ertiriua Army Aviator Drowned Alexander Gets Long Term Lieut. F. J. Gerstncr, ono of tho ocOn the 21st Georgo Alexander cupants of tho six army scout aero planes that started from San Diego pleaded guilty in tho Bourbon Cir- on tho 2lsl was drowned in the sea cuit. C,Urt 10 o,Imrgc of embcMle10 miles north of Oceansido. His ment in connection with tho failure body was recovered. Four of the of the Georgo Alexander & Co. State six machines were brought to earth "a"k ?f xyl'Icl! 'l0 vvas President. Tho .. vnnt-nlil nn.l ta t, la on account or unu nir. Tho other two lunched Los Annlna in .r.r,.iv. .l)0 C0"llt'J to t"o iHMiitentiary for a term of eight lo seventy years. This Question of State Control of was Alexander's second trial. Only Waterways four minutes were required by tho wnsinngton, Deo. 22. It is an open jury. His attorneys nt onco filed question whether tho administration notice of nn appeal in spilo of tho shall urgo upon Congress for any decision. This will delay execution net ion in regard to creating a com- - of tho sentence for sixty days nnd mission to direct all federal water- - leave him in tho hands of tho local way control nnd improvement. Tho authorities. In tha meantime it is plan was considered nt tho White stated a pardon will bo sought. House in a conference, between Pros- -, Masons Dedicate Hall, ident Wilson, members of bis Cabi- -, ni'l nnd others; but no decision was Harbourvllle, Ky., Dec. 22. Dr. renched. The matter was left for lVnjamin L. Uruner, of Louisville, determination at a future meeting, nnd Judge James I). Mack, of Bar- honrvllle. woro tho principle speak- Big Auction Sale ers hero last night at tho dedication On the step of tho New York r n nn ti... i.n County Court-hous- e, New York City, was dedicated to .Mountain Lodge, on tho 22nd, wns auctioned off tho No. 1S7. After the dedication exer ownership of a railroad represent' cises n banquet was given in Union ed by millions or dollars. The old College dining hall, attended by noar-- 8t l l,0I1cl,ici,fc',). ly 200 guests. W. II. McDonald, I'aoillo Hnilwiiy Company on ae- - master of tho local lodge, delivered count of a foreclosure sale was bid tho welcomo address and at tho close in for $7,135,300. Tho price realized of his remarks lighted n match and for the stock was ten dollars n burned the last nolo which bad preshare. Tho par vnluo of n share was viously represented tho lodge's in$100. This move is said to bo anothdebtedness. Tho llov. W. Llgon er step in tho reorganization of tho acted as tonstmaster. J. Other speakItock Island system. ers were W. It. Lay, J. M. Ilobinson, (Continued on Page 5.) (Continued on Pago 6.) ... ,.. unnu Ilal documents discovered In Urussols provo that England and France were niblo Symbols for two bonafldo not to send trcops to Delglum unless new subscriptions for one year. Germany vlolntcd llclglum's neutralVou will surely regret it if you ity. don't get in on this big offer we nro Lo Temps, of Paris, accuses Chile of winking at German violations of Chil- making on our flno lino of premiums. ean neutrality, and asserts that the It makes no difference to whom wo cruiser DresJcn was permitted twice send Tho Citizen, tho worse the bel within three months to coal la Chilean ter ns wo are suro it will do them ports. good to read what wo have for theriv An Interesting Rumor so don t bo too particular whoso Homo hears that Pope Benedict, al- names you send in with n dollar though Intent on ualntalnlng a neu- each, you will get your roward nt tral attitude, regards the alllaucu onco. Christian Austria nud .Moslem Now is the timo to gel busy. If Turkey as blasphemous, and that the time may como when ha will excom- no ono will act you n Chriatmns municato Emperor Francis Joseph, an prcsont wo will do it for a little ser act which would produco a revo'.t '.n vice. Read our special offers to Catholic Austria. Tho appointment ol you. If you nro not n subscriber, or Sir Henry Howard as the Ilrltlsh en- if vour friends are not. sen In it that voy to fe; Vatican Is considered In they aro and rccoivo a frco premium. Contradicting the Statements of the Among Thovn Held In Ransom to Fill French War Office, the German Rethe Cotters of Victorious Chief Is the port Says That Allies' Attacks Have Richest Man In Parral, For Whose Been Repulsed The Situation In Liberty a Prlcn of $1,000,000 Has Poland Becoming Clearer In Face of Been Bet Other Developments of Later Reports. the Mexican Situation. BelLondon, Dec 22. Between the Naco, Ariz., Doc. 22. Heavy rains gian coast and the heights of tho prevented Governor Mnytorena meetMetue the general offensive move- ing General If. U Kcott, unlet of staff ment by the allies In hammering back of the United Ktntes army, for a relative to the eltuatloa nt the German line, according to the latGovernor Maytorena'a auto est announcements by the French gov Naco. mired midway between his camp ernment and the meeting' place appointed on Advances were made In Flanders. the international lino, femr miles from The Ilrltlsh retrieved a previous re- here. verse near La Uassee. The French captured first line trenches between Chlhuuhito, Dec 22. The reign of Albert and Peronne' and stopped the terror here, as a result of reeent German attacks In the Argonne. Alone wholesale execution, baa been Inthe Champagne hills, particularly, the creased by a resumption of the old new heavy artillery of the French de- practice, of arresting enemies for ranstroyed or silenced German batteries som. Germany admits that the allies are Castula llaca, reputed to be the richpressing the attack and publishes what est man In Parral, ham been brought to purports to be a general order Issued Chihuahua on lastruetioaa from Villa, by General Joffre on Dec. 17, informand is being held for a ran son ol ing his troops that the hour for attack $1,000,000. Friends of Baca la Bj Pa0 had arrived and that the noxt busi have attempted to rahw the rweesa ' ness of, the erilM wuld be to. dear and Kecaro hi fre4ei. , A"4 France" of theMnvTdtir T2fre!Wnm GetierarManioi' k ikta, ajTac&ft war office states, however, that French fighter, with u KpftswMti record; retire and Ilrltlsh, attacks In Flanders and from service during the Dlaa regtsaVU France have been repulsed anad that has also been nrrcstod and, la being an important victory was gained over held a prisoner, although ho has not the Drltlsh and Indians at La Masse. been Identified with any of the revohv A powerful French attack was broken tlons. at Souain, according to the official re port Successes for the Germans are portant, as giving the allies an Influreported In the Argonne. ential representative at the papa, No Decision In Poland. court to counteract the Influence ol The situation In Polanad Is clearing. the Austrian and German- envoys. From German and Russian official Many Turks Killed. reports It appears that the advance of Pctrograd, Dec. 20. The Russian von Hlndenburg's army has been stopped thirty miles west of Warsaw, general staff in tho Caucasus has tho following official statement: at Sochaczow, and that six great bat tles la the eastern theater are yet The fighting with the Turks, who had concentrated considerable forces In without any decisive result. The Russian general staff reports the direction or Van, has developed that Russian troops have again broken favorably for us. Wo have repulsed over the border of southern East Prus the attacks of the enemy near the village of Alagoez, where tho Turks had sia and are attacking near Nledenburg; that there has been no change a great number killed. on the left bank of the Vistula, in front of Warsaw, and that fighting Is German Lines Retiring. going on In western Gallcla. Amsterdam, Dec. 22. A correspond llio Herman war office offers no ent telegraphs from HIuls that tho Gernews as to the situation In East Prus- mans have evacuated Mlddelkerko, sia or In West Prussia, and summar- Westende nud West Roohboke, and! izes the campaign before Warsaw In a adds that these towns have been via-Uphrase, "Wo continue to attack the by FYencb and Ilrltlsh patrol. enemy's positions." General voa Hissing, tho German Canada's Part In the War. governor-genera- l In Delglum, has Premier Rordcn of the Dominion of a war contribution of $96,000,000, Canada said In a speech before the payable in twclvo monthly Instalments Canadian club at Halifax that there will be no limit placed ou Canada's You want military nssl stance to the empire; that tho premiumsTho Citizen and one of on our special propotho Canadian troops at Salisbury Plain soon will bo nt the front; that 50.000 sitions. moro soon will bo In England and thai Tho Cilizenkniro free with ono theroiftPr a steady stream of volun bonafldo new subscription and ten teers will cross the Atlantic. Canada cents extra. began to prepare for war last January The Citizen Fountain Pen frco and was about ready In July. E. Havenlth. Helclnn m'nlsler to the with two bonafldo now subscriptions United Stnte, dismissed the state- for one year. ments of Dr. Dernburg as to llclglum's Tho Household (iuido freo for ono secret understanding with nglnn.l bonifldo new subscription for one and Franco by pointing out that tho year. e e lev-le- T - Tr ed Winter Term Opens January 6, 1915 V fn fro Two. Fortunately "You mean that tho law forbids? his children. or eighty per cent of "It holds tho physician liable for offspring of such marriages dlo any professional confidence violat a family newspapar for ll that l right tho in Infancy or early childhood. Tho ed." Dr. Strong roso and paced up true and Interesting. rest grow up deficient in mind or and down tho room, talking with Fubllthttl trttf Thursday t Herri. Kjr, body or both. Upwards of ten per repressed energy. "Therein it folcent of all insanity Is syphilitic In lows medical ethics In its most con BEREA PUBLISHING CO. its origin. (tncnrpnrnlrri) servative and baneful phase. Tho WM. G. FROST, , By CARDINAL GIBBONS. "Both venereal diseases are ter- codo of medical conduct provides 5 C H. WERTENBEKQtR, M ana tin Ectiter ribly contagions. Innocence is no that a physician is bound to keep F. O. BOWMAN, Aalilul Mui protection. Syphilis may bo con- secret nil tho private affairs of a Subscription Ratua tin whole Christian or tracted from a drinking-cu- p patient, learned In tho courso of PAVABUK IN ADVANCK or from the lips of an practice. One- - body, tho American COIMY prostrates Itself In One Yrr fi.oo nrimnil the crib of lleth to infected person having nn open soro alt Month! Inslitulo of Homoeopathy, has wise Three Mont hi jj on lehem mid rehearses In acthe mouth. Gonorrhoea is spread ly amended its code to except thoso cent of lore n history which precedes Send money by PoM office or KipreM Money concases where 'harm to others may re all nif and 'will endure throughout Order Draft, ReitUtereri Letter, or one and two by towels, by bathtubs, or from tent stamp. taminated toilets. No person, how- suit.' That amendment was pass eternity. If naked tit txiliilii the nip The dnte after your name on label shows to what date your subscription la paid. II II la not ever careful, is imunc from either ed with particular rcfcrcnco to vo turoiis Int!u i' nco which control us we cbanrrd within three wreka after renewal of tho 'red plogucs.' And yet tho have no oilier words tluin the evnngel otlfv us. nercal disease." of Joy willed the itiigel pure unto earth. Missing nambert will be gladly supplied If we public is just beginning to bo edu"What about contagious disease?' "For lliln day Ik born unto' you ii are notinra, Liberal terms riven to anr who obtain new cated to tho peril." asked Mr. Clyde. "Doesn't the law Siivluur, who In Christ the Ixml." icr1ptloni for na. Any one sending; us four nMrl "Win. nuuiUIH ll.nl U i'n..lln'l tllUI. UV ftul,u require tho physician to report dip III. rear I auifriifiviuns van imur incviiiirniirr The blessings resulting from our ermmmii lor one year. topic for tho Woman's Club to dis theria, for instance, and thus vio ChrlHtlnn civilization are poured out mi Advcrtisine; rates on sppueaiion. Sharpless. cuss?" asked Grandma regularly n ml abundantly on the Intel lato the patient's confidence?" Mrwar. or "Splondidl" said Dr. Strong. "That "Certainly It docs. All schools loctuul. moral anil social world, like sunlight mid the nlr of heaven ami is, if they would allow you to talk recognize that principle- of protec- the the fruits of the enrth. Hint they have about it." tion to the public. Yet, in tho caso to excite ntiy surprise, except Allow mcl" The old lady's firm syphilis or gonorrhoea, when tho to I hose who visit lands where the resharply. "Who's go of chin lilited up harm to public health is far greater ligion of ChrNt Is little known. ing to put the ban of silence on me? llefore the advent of Christ the than from any 'reportable' disease Nobody, I dare say, if you mako except tuberculosis, tho physician whole world, with the exception of the KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION. up your mind to speak," replied Dr, must hold his peace, though ho sees secluded Itoniun province of Palestine, No Whiskey Advertisements! Strong, smiling. "But some will his patient pass out of his hands was burled In lihdnltry. Men worshipsun moon and stars nf heavIfo Immodest News Item 1 probably try. Would you believe hearing flro and sword and poison to ed theThey nuil en. worshliMsl everything exthat, only a short time since, a pro futuro generations. There's the cept 0d only, to whom nlone divine THE HEALTH MASTER fessor of hygiene in one of our lead Ban of Silence in its most diabolical bonmge Is due. Christ, the Light of ing universities had to abandon a formP the World, proclaimed unto nil men In (Continued from pago 1) Mr. Clydo regarded his household Its fullness the truth which had hithharmful Irealmenl by lho?e who aro courso of lectures to the students erto been hidden In .laden. He taught appealed to to euro it. The reason because tho wives of tho faculty and physician keenly. "I'vo never before mankind to know the one true Cod, a trustees objected to his including seen you so stirred," he observed. for this is that the young man with God existing from eternity unto eterni"I've reason to bo stirred," The ty, a find who created all things liy his Aral 'dose that loathsome. venereal diseases in his course? And well-knolecturer, who had been Health Master whirled suddenly up his (tower, who governs all thine by is a light tcrm of description! ashamed to go to his family pliysi invited to speak on health protec on his friend and employer. "Clyde, his wisdom and whose superintending cian, and so takes worthless patent lion before a list of colleges, suffer you've never questioned me as to providence watches) over the affairs of Innations na well nn of men. "without medicines or falls into tho hand3 ed the indignity of having the in- rny past." whom not even a sparrow falls to the "No." of some 'Men's Specialist' who ad- vitation withdrawn because he "Havo you never wanted it clear ground." vertises a 'sure curb' in the papers, sisted that he could not cover the The message "f Christian day Is In ground without warning his hear ed up?" These charlatans mako their money, tended for nil men. for nil times, for nil not by skillful and scientific treat- ers against the twin pestilences of "No." conditions of existence. Only by stem "You've always been willing to adhesion to the principles therein conment, of which they know nothing, vice." colleges so greatly In lake me on trust?" 'Arc the tained can Individuals nnd nations nor by seeking to effect a cure, but hope to share In that peace which has "Yes." by actually nourishing the flame of need of that sort of warning?" ask"And I appreciate it. But now been promised to men of Rood will, the disease, so as to keep the pa ed Mrs. Clyde. obtained I'm going to tell you how I hap To rlolnte them U to reverse the order Subsequent records tient under their care as long as from some of the protesting insti pened to come to you, a broken and established by flod. and disorder Is the possible, all tho time building up fat synonym for sin and strife. fees for themselves. If they were tutions showed that one third of ruined man." tho students had at some time been "Think it over, Strong," advised inable, as they claim, to stop the Th Greatest Gift. Mr. Clyde. "Don't speak now. Not fection in a few days at a small fee, infected." Christmas stands for one thing our "I'm glad you've told my boy," that it would make any difference Father's wondrous love to us. his they couldn't make money enough to pay for the scoundrelly lies said Mrs. Clyde, rising. "I'll talk to to me. I know you. If you were to erring and unworthy children, In send tell me thai ynu had committed log his only itegotten Son Into this which constitute their advertise- my girls." world to die for our sins nnd to rise "And I to the children," said Mrs. homicide, I'd bclivo that it was ments. Whilo they are collecting again to be our Deliverer each day Sharpless. necessary and justifiable homicide payments from their front sin and selfishness. "Then I'd belter mako a list, for the victim, the infection is spreadSuicide, rather," returned tho Jtesus Christ himself Is the great both of you, of the literature on tho other with a mirthless laugh; " pro Christmas gift. The only tnie way to ing and extending its roots more and more deeply, until tho unfor- subject which you will find useful," fessional suicide. I'll speak now, keep Christmas Is by first of all ac ceptlng for ourselves this wondrous tunate may be ruined for life, or said tho Health Master. "I'll give it if you don't object." gift of our Henvenly Fnther and then even actually killed by the ravages to you later." "Go ahead, then, if it will ease r ahow our appreciation of this won 1 Therlist of publications on tho your mind." malignant germs.'' of the drous gift by giving ourselves and all ' didn't suppose that it was ever sex problem and venereal disease "I'm a lawbreaker, Clyde. I did, (hat we have for other. recommended by tho Health Master years ago, what you thought Em It la a true Instinct that leads us to fatal," said Clyde. 'Clyde Family was as follows. ery should have done. I deliberate Klve to others Christmas presents, but "Oh, yes. I'vo seen deaths fn to tho Published by the California So ly violated the profession's Ban of too often In following out this Instinct hospitals, of the most agonizing we give these Chrlsttuns gifts to the kind. But it is by virtue of its by- cial Hygiene Society, Room 256, U. Silence. Tho man was my patient wrong iKjnuins. We give to those who S. Custom House, San Francisco, in tho city whero I had built up a already have too much and forget those products, so to speak, that gonorrpractice. Ho had who bare not enough. hoea is most injurious and is really Calif.: The Four Sex Lies, When and good high-claCod gave bis great gift to the needy. more baneful to tho raco than sy- How to Tell Children, A Plain Talk contracted gonorrhoea and I had philis. The organism which causes with Girls about their Health and treated him for a year. The infec to those who had nothing to return for Let us Let his it is in a high degree destructive to Physical Development. Published by tion seemed to bo rooted out. But I fltnl gift needy us follow hltn.them out nnd give to the Society for Sex Hygiene, knew tho danger, and when ho told the eyes. Newborn infants are very tho Detroit of onr abundance. Every otic who Is frequently infected in this way'by Wayne Co. Medical Society Building, me that he was engaged to bo mar in comfortable circumstances should gonorrhocal mothers. Probably a Detroit, Mich.: To the Girl who does ried to a girl of my own set and a find some family that Is really In need. some family where there will be little quarter of all permanent blindness not Know, A Plain Talk with Boys. valued friend, I was horror-stricke- n. in this country is caused by gon- Published by tho Chicago Society I pleaded, argued, and finally threat Christmas brightness unless others orrhoea. The effect of the disease of Social Hygiene, 305 rteliance ened. It was no use. Ho was the come to their help and give to this Including n family upon women is disastrous. Half of Building, Chicago, 111.: Self Protec- spoiled child of a wealthy family, good a real Christmas. some appro dinner nnd One priateChristmas every member of the tion, Family Protection, Community Impatient of any thwarting. all abdominal operations on married gift to women, excluding appendicitis, are Protection, Published by tho Mary day tho suspicions of tho girl's family down to the youngest child. Hythe results of gonorrhoeal infection land Society for Social mother were aroused. She came to Don't do It through some society. Street, me in deep distress. I told her the What Is most needed Is living and sym from their husbands. A largo pro- giene, 15 East Pleasant Sexportion of sterility arises from this Baltimore, Md.: Tho truth. The engagement was brok- pathetic personal cvntuctyou will rich poor, Do this and A large proportion of the ual Necessity in Man, Tho Venereal en. cause. The man 'did not .bring suit and merry n Chrlstums na yon have ever ns wives of men in whom the infection Diseases. Published by tho Ameri- against me, but his family used their knew.-lt- et. U. A. Torrey. has not been wholly eradicated pay can Federation for Sex Hygiene, 103 financial and social power to perse tho penalty in permanently under- West 40th St., N. Y. City: List of cute and finally drive mo out of the mined health. And yet the super- Publications of tho Constituent So city, o nervous wreck. That's my CHRISTMAS SONG. stition endures that 'it's no worse cieties, Tho Teaching of Sex Hy- history." than a bad cold.'" giene, Sex Instruction as a Phaso.of You could havo protected your By EDMUND HAMILTON SEARS. "There is no such superstition Social Education. Published by tho self by telling the truo facts," sugCall- - on th. liatanlno oar of night about syphilis, at least," remarked Society of Sanitary and Moral gested Clyde. Com Clyde. Prophylaxis: Tho Sex Problem, "Yes: but that would havo been Wht-- a heaven'e mslodious strains wild ludea stretches far "No, The very name is a portent Health and tho Hygieno of Sex. an unforgivable breach of confidence. Her ailver mantled olaint: of terror, and it is well that it For a time after tho woman had Tho public had no right to the Celestial choirs from court above should bo so. The consequence is left, tho two men sat silent. facts. Tho girl's family had." Shod aacred aloriea there). that tho man who finds himself af"Strong," said Mr. Clyde present "Then they should havo como to And angel with their aparkling lyre Make mutio on the air. flicted takes no chances, as a rule. ly, "who is Bartlcy Starr's physi- your rescuo with the truth." Ho goes straight to the best physician." "I bound them to secrecy." The answering hill of Paleetin cian he can find, and obeys orders "Dr. Emery." Slowly Mr. Clydo rose, walked Send back the alad reply under terror of his life. Thus and "Why didn't ho warn him not to over, picked up the paper with And greet from all their holy heights thus only, ho often is cured. Ter- marry?" tho staring headlines, folded It, laid The day spring from on high. rible as syphilis is, there is this Ho did. Ho positively forbade it on tho table, and, in passing the I'er the blue depth of Galilee redeeming feature: we can tell pret- it." physician, set a hand, as if by There cornea a holier calm, From nd Sharon wave in olmn pralee ty accurately when tho organism And Starr married that young chance, upon his shoulder. Her silent grove of palm which caused it is eliminated. Years girl in tho faco of that prohibi- so undemonstrative a man tho action meant much. tho disease itself is cured, how- tion?" after Glory to God I" The lofty strain ever, tho victim may be stricken "Ho thought he was cured. The realm of ether filli. Dr. "So," ho said with affectionalo down by tho most terrible form of Emery couldn't say positively that lightness, "my Chinese physician has How sweep the song of lolomn joy O'er Judah'e aacred hillal paralysis, resulting from It." ho wasn't. Ho could only beg him. been fighting dragons before ho ovsounding ski nn "Is'nt tho Ehrlich treatment re- In ...nil nnAllwtn Jiiah Clnitn lirwln'l er camo to us; worso monsters than "Glory to God!" The iir wuib uiiuiiiui oiui; liuuil Loud with their anthems ring. garded as a suro euro?" asked Mrs tho courage or tho prlnciplo; he he's been called upon to faco, since. "Peace on the earth, good will to men, Sharpless. feared scandal if ho postponed tho That was a splendid1 defeat, Strong." From heaven'a sternal King." Salvarism, wedding. So he disregarded "No euro is sure. tho Health "A bitter one," said tho skillfully ndminibtercd, Is as near warning and now tho scandal is up Master; "and by tho samo old Mon- Light on thy hills, Jerusalem! now born. a spccjllo as any known form of on him with tenfold weight." ster, in another manifestation that The Saviour on Bethlehem's Joyous bright Out wo don't know such cas wo'vo been fighting hero. We'vo More plain treatment. "Isn't there any law for whether it lias any effect at all upon es?" downed him now and again, you Breaks the first Chriatma morn, palocomotor ataxia or general "Not In this slate. Indiana requir and I, Clydo. But he's never killed: And brighter on Moriah' brow, ralysis, tho after effects, which may es that parties to a marriage swear only scotched. Ho's tho universal Crowned with her tempi apires, destroy (ho patient llftecn or twenty to their freedom from venereal di- ally of every ill that man hands Which first proclaim the newborn light. Clothed with it orient firei. years after tho actual disease- has sease and certain other ailments. on to man, and wo'vo only to recogbeen cured. All locomotor ataxia Other stales havo followed suit. Ev nize him under tho thousand and ono Thl day 'shall Christian lip b mute and all general paralysis como from ery state ought to." different forms ho assumes to call And Christian hearts be coldf syphilis. And theso diseases aro "Why didn't Dr. Emery go to tho him out to baltlo under his real Oh, catch the anthem that from heaven not only incurable, but aro as nearly girl's father, then?" name." O'er Judah's mountains rolled a hell on earth as poor humanity is "Becauso of our darnnablo law," When nightly burst from seraph harps "And that is?" inquired Clydo. Of returned tho Health Mastor with a Th high and solemn lay, ever oalled upon to endure. "Ignorance," said tho Health Mast"Glory to Ood on earth b peareg courso, you know that a man who is sudden and rare access of er. Salvation comes todayl" baso enough to marry with syphilis THE END neomnhr--r 21. 1014. dooms The Citizen sovcnty-flv- o Che Message of t MMONAL SUNMfSaiOOL (Conducted Christmas Uitor-btOil- National Woman's Chrtatlan Temperance Union.) by tho Hy B. O. BM.I.KnH, Acting-- ' Director flumlay School Course.) Lesson ot . 11 41 d 1 a MAr.MtNsr How will total abatlnenc most effectively appeal to the boy In hi teens f asks many a mother and many a teacher. The angle of vision most likely to Interest him In that which mphastxes bodily tfflclsncv. Hear what that experienced educator, Hon. Edward Hyatt, superintendent of public Initructlon for the state of California has to say about It: "Many a boy, If he could look upon his bodv aa a mnrhlnn. rnulrl atand outside himself as It were and look at himself with th same eyes with which he regards his bicycle, would be made sensible or the dancer, and utter folly of trifling with a habit that has over thrown millions of strong ones who thought It a joke until It wss too late to see that death hid behind the mask. This Is an age of mechanical Invention. It Is an ace of comprehension, an Intelligent understanding of mechanism, even by the very young. The boys of our year are thinking In constructive terms, of tho relation of Darts to other rtnrta nf lnaa hv trie- tlon, .chemical waste, of chemical agents that preserve a machine and other chemical agents that ruin Is ours to shift this Idea until the boy applies It to his own Doay tnan which there Is no more perfect machine In all the world." ODV An It-It Clod-give- LESSON FOR DECEMBER 27 JESUS, THE WORLD'S SAVIOR AND KINO. (Review.) OOM)i:N story, save In the rrosa of our Clirlat.-U- al. HKADINO Cor. Bste-St- . t.KBHON- -lt be It from TKXT-K- ar 1:14 II V. Iinl tne to Jeau With tho exception of tho temperance lesson, all tho lessons of tho quarter havo to do with the death and resIn tho first urrection of our quarter wo considered Jesus as tho Rreat Teacher: In tho second, ho Is presented chiefly ns tho seeking Savior; In tho third, we observed him ns ho acted In Judgment upon Israel and sin; In thla last, he Is teen in his supreme office ns Savior and king, Tho king of love, ho Is also tho world's Savior. Deny him his kingship, refuse to become a subject of that kingdom of which he Is tho head and wo bring upon ourselves the condemnation ot a righteous JudgmcnL This past quarter particularly reveals him In that final ministry which resulted In tho Initiation of tho now entcrprlso of proclaiming his gospel, to the end that his kingdom shall bo established. We shall consider tho lessons under four headings: t long-extend- ed Scott says: "If the national liquor bill could be reduced to Kansas proportions, with the corresponding reduction In murder and assault and theft and th loug catalogue ot crime that follows in the trail of drink. If the Joss In efficiency through the use of alcohol could be stopped. If the heartache and heart break, the wreck ot lives of women and children could be. saved If all that could be don the minimum wage wouldn't matter, for women wouldn't have to work, and th railroad rate wouldn't matter,, .and there would be enough money to pay them, and the trusta wouldn't matter, for we would be so happy we wouldn't worry about them, and the currency wouldn't matter, for prosperity would be co gen eral that we could thrive under any currency law." APPEAL. An appeal urging that all men now serving In the flrltlsh army and navy abstain from the use of Intoxicating drinks, at least while the war lasta, pointed out (hat alcohol 1. Reduces the power to see sig A PATRIOTIC DIFFERENCE IT WOULD MAKE. The Chicago Lire Stock World quotes Mr. Charles P. Scott, of Kansas, aa to some of the results U the annual liquor bill nearly $30 per capita were no more than It Is In Kansaa $1.25 per capita. Mr. ss nals. 1. 3. 4. 5. 8. 8tory of Love. Preparation for His Passion. These embrace tho first threo lessons. (1) In tho first, we have the beautiful story of tho love which anolntod him for burial, which he accepted and Imtnortallied. This waa not because of tho greatness of tho act, but becauso ot the appreciation ot himself and of his words. (3) Hero-wobserve him presiding over and Instituting that lasting memorial, tho symbolic feast, wherein the old passes away and the new dispensation la ushered In. (3) In the third lesson we view with awe tho agony of the garden wherein bo dedicated himself to the coming suffering, "Not as I will, but. as thou wilt" absolute surrender and delight In the Father's will. II. Those That Preceded His Passion. These next five lesson lead us through thoso dark shadows, yea. through a darkness which Is yet and which ended In the total darkness of Calvary. (4) In thla lesson Judas is presented, tho Incarnation of evil, and tho agent of 8atan. who betrayed his Lord and "Friend" by a kiss. Hern we see tho utter ruin of a soul which chose private ambition Instead of fellowship with Jesus. (6) This Is a presentation of tho greatest and most appalling travesty ot justice the world has ever seen. Humanity never descended to any lower depths, yet ho Is serene, calm, dignified and strong. (6) Tho Temperance Losson. (?) This lesson considers the heartbreaking rashness of Peter. (8) Thla Is tho story of the Ignoble failure of a. I. Those of . weak, vacillating, 8tory of the Cross. III. His Passion. (9) This brings us to the story ot the cross Itself, as considered In this sequence of lessons. wonder-creatin- g Ileforo that ovent we stand with bared head. Hero sin was unmasked and did Its utmost. Her also wo behold grace unveiled and active. IV. The Lessons. Wo aro now In a no.w atmosphere and light, a now glory in to be seen. (10) In this lesson we behold the empty tomb, for "He could not bo holden ot death." Wo share with them the glori ous, the Joyful consciousness that hn whom we have Just seen dlo In Ignominy and shame and suffering Is now allvo and "over llvoth" to be our advocate nnd friend. Tbla la a glorious fact, that ot tho literal. bodily resurrection ot Christ from among tho dead. Hallelujah! (11) In lesson eleven thla samo thought la again empbaalxed and with tho sugges tion ot Its accompanying obligation, In that "wo are witnesses ot those time-serverPost-Passioever-prcso- Confutes prompt Judgment Spoils accurate shooting. Hastens fatigue. Lessens resistance to disease and exposure. cd Increases shock from wounds. Tbls appeal was signed by the fol lowing eminent physicians: Sir Thomas Barlow (the king's physician). Sir Frederick Treves, Surgeon General Evatt Sir Victor Horsley, and Prof. Sims Woodhead. It was published by the newspapers and Issued as a poster In red and blue Ink. CAUSE OF CHILD LABOR. There will be general agreement with the statement made by Mr. Daniel A. I'ollng, the noted Christian Endeavor lecturer, that the cause for child labor abuses Is directly traceable to the liquor traffic, "Drink," he says, "has Impaired or cut off entirely the earning, power of the natural provider: the father has lost his Job because of drink, nut the fact that the natural provider has lost his job does not at all Indicate that his children have lost their appetites. Child laborers are working to feed hungry stomachs, to clothe naked bodies." EFFICIENCY. German army officers find that out of 30 shots fired, men averaged 23 hits on abstaining days, three hits on drinking days., And the amount taken was loss than that contained In a quart of 4 per cent beer, Those and similar experiments have made the kaiser a total abstainer, and It it why he Is urging the army to follow bis example. DRINKER IB DREADED. I Having spent the greater part of my life in operating, I can assure you that the person of all other that I dread to see enter the operating room is the drinker. I share with the lata Sir James Paget his absolute dread of the secret drinker. Sir Frederick Treves ot England, one ot the world's famous physicians and surgeons. QoapeL GREAT PUBLIC HEALTH MENACE. The licensing of tho saloon for the poison Is drinking of a far greater public health menace and qalte aa logical as would bo the sale and general distribution of typhoid and tuberculosis germs. Dr. De Witt O. Wilcox, ot th Boston University Befeool ot Medicine. crime-producin- g things." In "Tarbell'a Teachers' dulde" la good suggestion for review Sunday, vli, that a series of elliptical phrases bo written upon a board or chart, that will fix tho chief Idea or sorve to the lessons, as follows: (1) Let her alono (3) For yo havo the poor (3) Wheresoever tbls gospel shall bo preached . . . (4) Verily I say unto you,. One . . . (C) For the Son ot Maa goeth (6) This Is my bloo . . . (7) Take yo . . . (8) My soul Is . . . (9) Father, all things . . . (10) Watch and . . . (11) My Clod, my . . . (12) Why seek yo . , . (13) Yo shall be my . . . Theso phrasea may bo written upon cards or slips of paper and distributed to clauses or Individuals, the entire) sentence to bo recited when called for. It would also be well to make mention of tho two years' work In the Synoptic Oospela. Donne what the gospel Is (I Cor. 16:1-4what the word synoptic means, and wherein theso (Joapela differ from tbo Fourth ... ... ro-ca- ll ... ), - Drill the school In giving book and chapter ot tho following: The Lord's Prayer, tbo parable of tho good Samaritan, the mustard seed, the leaven, tho prodigal son. tho great commandment, the last suppor, the trial of Josus, the crucifixion, the resurrection, tbo great commisilo the ascension. s December 21, 1014. TIIK niTI.KN Page Three. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert P. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special iiinimnn . I iiinni nn i THE PATRIOTIC DOLLAR Investigator HOME I havo fully decided nflcr somo traveling nml thinking, llinl ono of Din greatest problems llinl confronts (ho fanner Is to learn to live nt liomo. Wo ouglit to grow nil of the corn wo need on our own farms, grow our meat, lard, hay, nil of our own vegetables, anil canned fruits Wo ought to grow all otir beef for our supplies nl homo and somo for our town neighbors. It used to bo WARM THE STABLE OR FEED MORE II is a sellled fart that stock must be fed moro In cold weather If run- V9 1 VJtV T It GREATEST PROBLEM WE ARE LONG ON PRODUCTION, SHORT ON DISTRIBUTION. CONQRE3S DECREES DOLLARS INDULGING! IN LUXURIES MUST FIRST 8ALUTE THE FLAG. a. -- t: BUYklTO-lJA- ning outside than when they arc kept in a warm stable. This hoiit; I met strip llio cracks and savo Hit. feed. There must bo enough nour ishment in tho feed to produco bent and energy. And of course, If tho nourishment is not given tho nni nial, somo of Its own fat will bo used done. Homo-grow- n beef If properly up for producing heal and there fed nnd cared for is lots belter and fore the calf, cow, colt or horso cheaper than somo you get that tins comes out poor in tbo spring. Tht earth hat grown old with itt burden of car. But at Chriatmai it always ia young. been shipped in nnd sold nt a fancy HOW TO KILL WEEVIL IN CORN Tha heart of tha jtwel burnt luttrout and fair, price ns fancy beef. Wo should AND OTHER SEEDS And ita toul full of mutlc brtaks forth on tha air grow sheep, hogs, chickens, turkeys, ' Go to tho drug store and call for Whtn tha long, of tha angtla It tung. ducks, both In sell nnd supply our somo carbon bisulphide. If for It it coming. Old Earth, it ia coming tonlghtl own tables. Wo ought to grow peas corn purposes to bo ujod in a crib On tha anowflakte which covar tha tod of all kinds, both for our table use 10x10x5 uso about 3 lb. if the crib Tht ftat of tht Chrltt Chfld fall gtntlt and whltt, nnd for our stock. Cabbage, toma- Is closely built, uso more if open. And tha voica of tha Chritt Child Wilt out with dtlight toes nnd potatoes can bo nnd ought Sprinkle the liquid over tho corn. That mankind ara tha children of God. to bo grown on overy farm for tbo close tho door and leavo il from 21 On tha aad and tha tontly, trie wratchad and poor, homo use. It is better In havo somo lo 48 hours. This does not hurt tho That voice 'of tha Chritt Child thall fall to sell than to buy. Thero arc corn for using purposes. Tho gas is And to every blind wanderer opana the door farms lying idle through tlio sum- lmlllammablc, so do not havo any Of a hope that he dared net to dream of before, mer in this "sunny" land. Thero light near. Tor tho beans and peas With a tunthina of welcome for all. arc children cold nnd hungry thru place Ibein in a barrel or box, put The feet of the humblttt may walk In the field theso cold wintry days. Lets stir tho carbon bisulphide in a dish of Where the fett of tho holittt have trod. tbo soil during tlio spring nnd sum- some kind, a saucer will do, and Thit, thit it tha marvtl to mortala revealtd mer, and In tlio fall gather, savo cover barrel or box over with a Whtn the ailvery trumpett of Chriitmat have pealed, That mankind are the children of God. nnd stnro away food for tlio cold rug or blanket and leavo 21 to 48 winter days. Ily doing this wo make hours beforo uncovering. Carbon ourselves moro comforlablo nnd bisulphidu kills mice loo. help others less fortunate than wc. SEED CORN Mr. Nathan Pearson of Sand Gap, If you haven't selected your seed Jackson, County, Ky Is learning to live nt home. If you want to sec corn already, do it now. Pick il Jau LW SaSL wSSfkim veaBBBW sEsBrlDfBtet. somo homo grown nnd packed peach- out from the rest of the corn in tho BaaaRVv- es call on him. Let's learn to live crib, nnd string it or slick it on Jbbbbbfbbbbbbbbbb L2Ji aVrsW eat BkrV bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbi nl homo instead of leaving homo to nails to dry. Remember if your corn aTaaBBBLaBBBaiBTaBBl aral Haa'BBal' BBBBBBBBBBVaTeBBBaVV BaBBTe eerie freezes or gets loo cold it damages live. tbo vitality of tbo seed. Thoroughly SAVE THE STABLE MANURE dry it, and bang it somewhere out In tbo first place use plenty of of reach of tho mice. Seed corn bedding for tbo animals. Tho straw will ho scarce next year nnd a good absorbs the liquid which i.s of first price too. If you haven't seed corn iniporlHtice. Keep tin nianuwun-de- r now gel il from your riPlglibor wliilo tho feci of animals ns long ns you can; don't wait until its bard possible, because- every time tbo ma- lo llnd nml selling for $1.50 nml &2 nure is moved some of It's value is per bushel. Tho things you haven't lost. The packing of inaure helps got and need next spring nnd sum- to prevent tho loo great access of .titer, gel tins winter while prices air nnd the waste of ammonia. Tho aro low offort In which everyone may liquid manure keeps (ho mass moist RESULTS OF BOY'S CORN CLUB RAILROADS APPEAL and tends to prevent waste of tho There are many Important probWORK, 1914 fertility. If the maunro must bo relems la our complex civilization that District No. 1, Berea, Ky. John TO PRESIDENT will yield to moved from the stall put it in a James, 82 bu.; I.oua Fish, 105 lin- 10 which will not lend themselves to arbitrary rulshed where the slock will run over Hi.: Gilbert Klkins, 113 bu, it lb. ings of commissions and financing it nnd keep it packed tight. If you District No. 2, Berea, Ky. Hubert The Common Carrlere Ask for Rerallrondfl Is nnn nf ttinm Tha mm haven't shed room, nnd manure Itaine, .17 lief President Wilson Direct bu.; Geo. Pigg, Jr.. 55 with tho money is a factor that can I must go out of tho stall haul it diAttention of Public to bu.; William Kelly, GO bu.; Alexandnot be eliminated from any business Their Needs. rectly lo tho Held where you want transaction and tho public is an Interer Pigg, 03 bu.; Geo. lUiwinan, G'J Tho committee of railroad execuit lo be used. Never by any means bu. tives, headed by Mr. Frank Trumbull, ested party that should .always be conpitch il out in a heap (n take the happily the president has representing thlrty-QvDistrict No. 3, DIsputanta, Ky. of tho leading sulted and rain and snow. II is better to havo Ronald Swinrord, 50 lid. railroad Hystcms of the nation, recent Invited all to participate in the solux tion of our railroad problems. tho Held plowed when you first put District No. 4, Hiatt, Ky. Jop-li- n ly presented to President Wilson a the manure on if you want to get memorandum briefly reviewing tho n, 55 Smith,' bu.; Carroll now confronting tho railroads t besl results. If for tho use of grass,: 57 bu.; Charlie Smith, 57 Dry Quarter for Calf. of course, it's to bo scattered on topi bu.; Guy Mallarg, 75 bu.; Allen Smith of tho country and asking for the co- - f Tho calf's quarters should not be operation of tho governmental author!- grass. of tho 81 bu. tics and tho public In supporting rail-- ' allowed to accumulate a lot of damp, Another way of making and savTheso boys are to bo congraturoau credits anil recognizing an emer- dirty materials, as this Is almost euro ing manure is lo havo a box made lated. They aro lo become- the fu- gency which requires that tho rail- to causa sickness and bad results. with concrete bottom about 10x10-x- 5 Tho bedding should bo abundant and ture farmers of our country and roads be given additional revenues. ft. Concrcto bottom saves all the wo Tho memorandum recites that tho changed often. In order that the are glad to welcome them in tho pens or stalls bo kept clean they liquid manure. Place a layer of ma great European movement now while young. depression war has resulted In general should be In tho choicest part of the of business on the Amerinure 0 in. deep nnd over top of this NOTES can continent nnd In tho dislocation barn, where sunshine and light aro 75 or 100 lb. of ncid phosphato or When everything seems up hill, of credits at homo and abroad. With abundant. In summer they should rock phosphate; continue lo do this havo access to a pasture where there until tho box is full. Haul this out remember that il will lw easy go- revenues decreasing and Interest rates Is plenty of' shade Increasing tho transportation systems spread over your land after ing after you gel to tho top. and of tho country faco n most breaking and uso disc lo mix it in Thero is no such thing ns a farm crisis and tho memorandum serious Oeechej-'Howard. is a to pay. It all strong that can't bo mailo II. nun junt l...f...... .,!.. It.... In the early days uf hN ministry the presentation ot the candlo liiu ....II !..! ul'iuiu I'liiiiiuife. depends upon tho management. burning at both ends and tho perils even then eloipient Henry Ward Never fail lo put your II. P. D. that must ultimately attend such a Heoi lu-went by request to a suinl' number with your address when conflagration when tho flames moot Y New ICugland you wrilo a business letter or a la apparent to all. In their general one Simdny letter to the County Agent. It saves discussion tho rallrond reprosenta- uuirnltig to preach ttves nay In part: "Ily reason of legconfusion and delay. a tennoti. The islation and Sit dowr right now and plan each government regulation by tho federal ".tV.. most available and tho forty-eigh- t states day's work for a week. You will acting Independently place for the servget moro done, do it belter and . well as through tho of each other, as ices nits a barn, actloa of a strong I mid while the titko moro interest In your work. public opinion, railroad expenses In people gathered. Comfort in tlio homo pays belter recent Years havn v.istlv Inrrnnia.l Mr. needier nut No criticism Is hero mado of tho geninterest than money in tho bank. en n Nawhurse You can nover get roads by Just eral theory of governmental regula Presently a large talking about them. Tako your tion, but on tho other hand, no inPlymouth It o e k genuity can relievo tho carriers of go lo work. pick and shovel and hen walked over created thereby." tlio li.iru floor In President Wilson. In transmitting front of the great tho memorandum of tbo railroad preacher. As Mr. presidents to tho public, characterneedier remarked izes It as "a lucid statomeut ot plain "What it liemitlfui truth." Tho president recogulzlng creature!" tho hen tho emergency as extraordinary, laid an egg In !iN said In part: hat that lay on "You ask mo to call tbo attention the Hour and strut of tho country to the impcratlvo need till away eiteklluu. that railway credits bo sustained and AND ALL THE FAMILY It was but a few AM.ICN !17" $81)5 tho railroads helped in overy posslblo Two and n half million readers find it of duyrt later that by WB WANT IIKAI.KIt In etch way, whether by private tuwn in Southern Ohio, adjacent tvrritory Id W. absorbing interest, liverythlns in it is mall ciiii'k- - n little Virginia, Southern Irullina and entire State ol effort or by tbo action, whorover b.ULTTtni A WAV verve from n well Written So You Can Understand It Kentutkr to take on our line ot LtWIH, AU.EN feaslblo of governmental agencies, and CArKI.IMl. and HKTZ aulomoliilra. Our cara Shl.L tuod. We aril 40O.QCO ronfe evrrv mnnlh known wug, ulw 1 am glad to do bo bocauso I think VnH a ull.ly the ownrra, ami yqivinake UONKV, Kruiii diving prrreinma erul havr ro aolicitors. Any witness to the incident, that iaii up; alxi one at IH'5. Ihla II a goml cliinco tho need very neykJralt-- wjl ahow you a cepvj or write the real." , lor an ralatilliheil Auto Dealer to take on a publuuer for trca tamnlo re.nl like thN: n Hiatal wilt do. null k wiling- line ol KiuUr rart, tr fur a live The conferenco was certainly a SjM a isrvu. Conerviratlonat prmcher lirsTI.KIt llh a Utile nionry ami Lacking- tu If I fortunate ono il.ro 4 YCAft iSc A CPPY Into a Itnt elm for tbo nation and tbo Tu u Inn. "'Vlml a Leautlf. creulure!" buaiiiota. Write In eoiniivnaation fur tint president la to ba congratulated for ultk for partimlara tu tue Popular Mechanics Magazine Jl-MOTOUH b. COlll'ANY, Silo lull nil fKX In hU hat. ofipnjng tho. catq tg a, now world, o n no. Michigan Ave., CHICACO tilulh bt., Clmlunatl, Ohio. And tliu Ud the Ueethei -2 -2 J -2 o Hoi-ma-2 I s r I I business Interests and government have been In tho main assisting almost exclusively on the production side of agriculture. While the depart. mcnt of agriculture has been dumping tons of literature on the farmer telling him how to produce, the farmer has been dumping tons of products in the nation's garbage can for want ot a market. The World Will Nsvsr Starve. At no time slnco Adam and Eve were driven from the Garden ot Eden have the Inhabitants of this world suffered from lack of production, but some people have gone hungry from tho day of creation to this good hour for the lack of proper distribution. Slight variations in production have forced a change In diet and one locality has felt the pinch of want, while another surfeited, but the world as a whole has ever been a land' of plenty. of We now have less than the tillable land of tho earth's surface under cultivation, and we not only have this surplus area to draw on but It Is safe to estimate that In case of f the earth's dire necessity population could at the present time knock their living out of the trees of the forest, gather It from wild vines and draw it from streams. No !,otlfe should 'become-- - alarmed: tho world will never starve. The consumer has always feared that tho producer would not supply him and his fright has found expression on the statute books of our states and nations and tho farmer has been urged to produce recklessly and without referenco to a market, and regardless ot the demands of the consumer. Back to the Soil. Tho city people havo been urging each other to move back to the farm, but very few of them havo moved. Wo welcome our city cousins back to the soil and this earth's surfaco contains 1G,092.1GO,000 Idle acres of till able land where they can make a living by tickling tho earth with a forked stick, but we do not need them so far as increasing production Is concerned; we now hnvo all the producers wo can use. The city man has very erroneous Ideas of agricultural conditions. The commonly accepted theory that we are short on production Is all wrong. Our annual increaso In production far exceeds that ot our Increase In population. The World as a Farm. Taking the world as one big farm, we find two billion acres of land In cultivation. Of this amount there is approximately 750,000,000 acres on tbo western and 1,200,000.000 acres on the eastern hemisphere. In cultivation. This estimate, of course, does not In-- , elude grazing lands, forests, etc., where largo quantities of meat aro one-tent- h one-hal- By Peter Radford Lecturer National Farmers' Union. The economic distribution of farm products Is today tho world's greatest problem and tho war, while It has brought Its hardships, has clearly emphasized the Importance of distribution as a factor In American agriculture and promises to give tho farmof tho governers the ment and the business men tho solution of their marketing problem. ThU result will, in a measure, compensate us for our war losses, for the War Revenue Levied Tax of 9105,000,000 Beer Bears Brunt of Burden. has levied a war tax of to offset a similar amount of loss on Import revenue due to the European disturbances and ot this amount ber la the' heaviest contributor, having been assessed approximately $50,000,000; a stamp tax on negotiable instruments, it Is estimated, will yield $31,000,000; a tax on the capital stock ot banks ot $4,300,000 and a tax on tobacco, perfumes, theater tickets, etc., makes the remainder. Congress has decreed that the brewer, the banker and the Investor must shoulder the musket and march to the front;' that milady who would add to her beauty must first tip Uncle Sam, and a dollar that seeks pleasure must first salute the flag; that Pleasure and Profit the twin heroes ot many wars shall fight the nation's battles and by an Ingeniously arranged schedule of taxation congress has shifted the war budget from the shoulders of Necessity to those of Choice and Gain, touching In its various ramifications almost every lino $105,000,000 Congress to preserve the stability and integrity of tho nation's credit. The market place has always been a favorite stand for war revenue collectors. The trader Is a great financial patriot. Ills dollar is the first to rally around the banner and the last to hear tho coo ot tho dove of peace. of business. All hall the dollar that bleeds for Its country; that bares Its breast to the fortunes ot war and risks Us life cannon; to feed and clothe the boys In blue and each month cheer their hearts with the coin of tho realm. Men can neither be free nor bravo without food and ammunition, nnd money Is as Important a factor In war as blood Many moauments have been erected in honor of heroes slain in. battles, poems havo been written eulogizing their noble deeds and tho nation honors Its soldiers whllo they live and places a monument upon their graves when they die, but very little has been said of tho dollar that bears the burdens of war. Honor to the Dollar that Bears tho Burdens of War. All honor to the dollar that answers the call to arms and. when tho battle Is over, bandages tho wounds of stricken soldiers, lays a wreath upon the graves of fallen heroes and cares for tho widows and lie is called, upon to-bu-y ' produced. Tho world's annual crop approximates fifteen billion bushels of cereals, thirteen billion pounds ot flbro nnd slxty-flvmillion tons of meat. The average annual world crop for tho past five years, compared with the previous five years. Is as follows: e MECHANICS POPOOCR Dealers Wanted For Father and Son MAGAZINE e Decade.' Crops Decado. 3.403.C55.000 Corn (Du.) 3.931,171,000 WheatWu.) 3,n22,7G9.000 3,257,520.000 3,508.315.000 Oats (Ilu.) 4,120.017,000 Cotton(Dales) 19.SC3.S0O 17,541,200 Tno world shows an avorago increase In cereal production ot 13 per cent during the past decado, compared with tho provlous flvo years, while tho world's population shows an Increaso of only threo per cent. Tho gain In production far exceeds that ot our Increaso In population, and It is safo to estimate that the farmer can easily Increaso production 25 per cent If a remunerative market can ho found for the products. In textile fibres tho world shows an Increaso during tho past half decade In production ot 15 per cent against a population Increase of three per cent. Tho peoplo of this nation should address themselves to tho subject of Improved facilities for distribution. Past Half Previous Half orphans. All honor to the Industries that bend their backs under the burdens of war; lift the weight from the shoulders of the poor and build a bulwark around the nation's credit. All honor to those who contribute to the necessities and administer to the comforts of the boys who aro marching: cool the fever of afflicted soldiers and kneel with tho cross beside dying heroes. A dollar may fight Its competitor In business, industries may struggle for supremacy In trade and occupations may view each other with envy or suspicion, but when tho bugle calls they bury strife and rally around tho flag, companions and friends, mess mates and chums, all fighting tor ono flag, ono cause and one country. Tho luxuries In life have always been the great burden-bearerin government. We will mention a fow of them giving the annual contributions to tho nation's treasury: I.lquor, tobacco. $103,000,000; sugar, s $250,-000,00- 0; $54,000,000; silks, $15,500,000; dia monds, $3,837,000; millinery, $2,479,-00furs, $2,024,000 and automobiles, $870,000. We collect $005,000,000 of Internal and custom revenue annually and $450,000,000 ot this amount classifies as luxuries, and to this amount we should add tho $100,000,000 war tax now lovlcd. 0; The war tax Is immediately effoo-tlvTramp! Tramp! Trampl the Industries aro marching $100,000,000 strong and beneath the starry flag they will till tho treasury again while they shout, "Hurrah for Undo Sam!" In every field ot human activity the demand for more competent men and women Is growing every day. Especially so In agriculture. Home pride Is a mighty valuable asset, and the farmer who has none Is carrying a heavy nandtcap oa the road to success Work Is the salve that heals tho wounded heart r rnonry-nualn- 1 Overproduction and crop mortgage force the farmers Into ruinous competition with each other. The remedy lies In organization and In In marketing. Pano Four. THR CITtZKN December 21. 1014. LOCAL PAGE NEWS THIS IS THE STUDENTS' GIFT STORE OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Look for Cornell's window Christnd mas week. William Swope, of Lexington, was FIRE, LIFE. ACCIDENT, Richmond in (own the first of the week. AND LIVE STOCK The Ideal Kentucky INSURANCE Mr. E. Pugh was In nichmond Gift Monday on business. Sec the New Life Policy. Moth", Horman Fcrrngnn. THE OCG STUDIO entered tho Foundation Department WHEN THE BLIZZARD COMES A. Huff, who is in school at Stato O. C. PURKKV, Prop. last Friday. High Class Photographs, ad. (University of Lexington, is spending Hats nt cost nt Fish's. (From Farm Journal) holidays with his wife and relaEnlarging, Kodac Finishing Samuel Gralhwell, an old Berea the Framing besido your chimO Man! Picture student, now in school nt Pacific tives. Tho Priscilla club met with Mrs. ney's glare, Over Berea Bank and Trust Co. University, Forest Grove. Ore, won and Woolfe, December In your blankets the western slate prohibition con- jCoddington program was as follows: Or cuddled snugly j 171 It. Tho warm, THE CREECH STUDIO test and is to represent that section "Commercial Opportunities in South Where arc tho poor dumb creatures Is our motto at all times. Our customin the national contest, which will I Mrs. Canlleld; "Tho America," of your care, Is the place to get your picture bo held at Topoka, Kan., December ers' interest is ours. If you do business Church in South America." Mrs. Eng- Ant they left out to shiver In Iho made. We guarantee our work. 29th to January 1st. lish. Both papers were greatly enstorm? of any" kind- you cannot afford to pass Cyrus Short is spending several joyed by tho members present. Main St, over Richardsons Store days visiting Borea friends. He has us by Jose Ruiz is in Berea for tho hol- Where is the horse that through been teaching school nt Colmar this idays. summer days the Rldtoe Phonei 141 4 US fall. Omcel'honclU Cornelt makes deliveries any time His load of galling harness meekly Drs. B. F. & M. M. Robinson X ad Wo arc located in our new store you call. bore, rntaicoNS & Surocon on Main Street and are ready to Mr. anil Mrs. Raymond Osborne And pulled your plow down tho give our customers the very best at- are visiting his parents, Mr. and Offic Hours, 8 to 12 a. m.. 1 to 4 JO p. m. long aisles of maize, Mrs. S. ft. Bakpr. (nd Mrs. T. J. Osborne. 00Ic..Orrm Dink ATruit Buildlns. Bra. Kr. tention. BEREA, KENTUCKY Then drew tho harvest to your A. J. Smith mado a business trip granary door? Messrs. John Trevelt and Herbert Oflk Phone RiMnt Phone 3 Boguc left on the noon train Tues- the first of Iho week to Louisville day for their home in Casper, Wyo. William Doolcy Is hero to spend Where is tho cow that answers to Dr. D. R. Botkin They are not planning to return to tho holidays with his parents, Mr. your call, PrimciAN AND SumoioN Berea after Christmas. Whose bulging udder overflows your and Mrs. W. I. Doolcy. Office Hour. 8t0lla.ntC.Zta4 p. m. pail? The Berea Graded School adCornett's for your fancy GrocerOffice. Bcrea National Bank Buildla. ItorM. Kr. ies, in a straw-beddnd journed Thursday for about ten days Rests sho stall? The teachers report a Miss Mary Harrold of Beach City, vacation. Or does sho shiver in the piercing successful fall's work. Ohio, is visiting her sister, Mrs. LAW OFFICE gale? Professor and Mrs. Cromer arc and brothers, Judson and EVERYTHING AT COST I Collego Department. the proud parents of a llltle baby Clarence, of the H. L. McMURRY, Attorney-at-LaWhere arc your sheep, your hogs, Beginning December 4th and See Cornett's grocery before you girl, who came to their homo on and chickens, too? Office over Engle's 3ote, Berea, Kr, Estill street last Saturday. ad buy. lasts for ten days God gave them to you as earthly Miss Francis Wyatt left on tho Berea people soon learn the trick dower; Sunday evening for Cinof public speaking. Dr. Bert Cornel- fast train He mado you master of them all, DON'T FAIL ius, who is pursuing graduate medi- cinnati, O., where she will spend and you To see Marcum's new line of cal studies at Harvard is speaking the Christmas hollidays with friends Must some day answer how you consisting of Cut Glass, goods, on southern mountaineers, in com- and relatives. used your power. Diamonds, Watches and NovelMr. and Mrs. Estill Jones arrived Compliments of pany with Waldo Davison, at vaties of all kinds at popular prices. Tuesday lo spend Christmas with rious places around Boston. Berea, Kentucky" Cor. Main CEt, Center Sts. Next door to Clarktons. Tho Woman's Auxiliary of tho Dr. Cornelius will havo his sister, Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kentucky Humane- Society. Miss Grace Cornelius with him the Frank Maupin. L. & N. TIME TABLE rest of tho winter, as she goes to North Bound, Local rtoctnn In nnrfnpt hnpeAlf in mnaln 7:00 a. m. 10:53 p Knoxville 1:07 p. m. 3:51 a, m.' Dr. and Mrs. Roberts have with BEREA 6:15 p. m. 7:45 a m. them fohtho Christmas season, Miss Cincinnati Lucy Roberts, who is studying und South Dound, Local The New Garments of C:40 a. m. 8:15 p, m. er a fellowship at University Cincinnati For Ladies' . . . p. m. 12:25 a, m. Wisconsin, and Douglas Roberts of 12:37 BEREA of 7:00 p. m. 5:50 a. m. the nureau of Public Welfare Knoxville Chicago. Express Train I Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wallace starl- No 33 will slop to take on passen gers for Knoxville and points beyond. ed for Chaska Tenn, where they expect to spend two months with South Bound their son. This will be their first Cincinnati 8:00 a. in. visit with their son who has resided BEREA 11:45 a.' m. No. 32 will stop at Berea to take thern seven years. on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and Town and country property points beyond. for sale or rent. Mrs. Sallie Bogie, Ad-2North Bound Berea. Ky. 4:55 p. m. BEREA I D. B. Williams of Charleston, 111., Cincinnati 8:50 p. m. in company with his wife and SKIRTS, $1.98 to $7.98 dauKhtcr arrived on tho 19th to COMING EVENTS somo time with his brother, In the Newest Modes (spend January 'A. II. Williams and other friends. 3. 4:00 p. m. Convocation Prayer Tllis j3 lne p,rst visit among the Meeting. homo people since they went west HATS and EVERYTHING C. Opening Day. Winter Term six years ago. 1G. Debate, College Men's Socie- For Ladies' Wear Great reduction in Hats and all lies. Goods Millinery for ten days. ad. Tho young people of the Christian Fish's. Churoh met at tho Parsonago Wed- Cecil Elkins of Shearer, Ky., was i ncsday night of last week for tho visitor in Bcrea Saturday, purposo of preparing gifts for tho Mr. and Mrs. David Roebuck were Christmas tree to bo held at tho in Cincinnati shopping Wednesday Richmond, Kentucky hurch Christmas Evo. A short pro- - and Thursday, .gram will bo rendered at that place. F. A. Roy spent week's end in Go lo Cornett's for Christmas Cincinnati, NICE FARM FOR SALE W. Bm Thneker, son of G. W. candies and fruits. ad See Cornctt for Christmas cand- - Tiinnkpr. residents of Boone street I have for sale a nice farm of 61 Sam Morgan, a graduate of Be- - ies and Fruits ail. and Miss Flora Reynolds, daughter acres on Bcrea and Kipgston pike. rca'S Agricultural school, who now Reverend Roberts led tho Y. M. C. Reynolds, surprised Monroe responsible position with on of holds a meeting last Sunday evening friend and relatives by their un A bargain if taken before January 1. of lno Slinj,,ctf "Things Worth Know-Oh- io Iho Agricultural Department J. W. Herndon, expected marriago at Jellico, Teniu Wesleyan University, visited m(. A Christmas service was also Berea, Ky Tuesday, Dec. 15u They returned (ad.-2his brother, Mack, tho first of the l0icj. tn Htrea in the latter part or mo wock. Hanson William Mr. and Mrs. HOUSE FOR SALE OR RENT and are residing with tho Messrs. Jesso Baird, John Asher, anu famjiy, 0I Lexington, are spend-Ca- rl week parents. On Chestnut Street. Built und brido's Vogel nnd Charles Lark were ing t10 holidays hero with his Johnson, a resident of Boone formerly occupied by Billy WanWess visitors last Friday and enls Mr. and Mrs Samuel Hanson. street, and Miss.Margaret Bendy Da ton. Price cheap, terms easy. See Saturday. i Floyd Shockley aro Wyatt or write or phono me Mr. and Mrs. vis, who lived with her grapd-moth- er U. S. Otis Hale, a student of tho Nor- - u (, nlg of a baby gir,, B. B. Monton Boone street were quietly at Bryantsvillc, Ky. h" ad-2married at llio liomo of tho bride, gomery. of Thursday, the 17th. They are liv II. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. Mrs. E. J. Martindalc, of Obor-- ! FOR SALE visiting ing at their new homo on Boono tin, Ohio, arrived last Thursday Richmond, Ind., aro here Two houses on West Chestnut parents, Mr. and Mrs. William street. in c.nmi Mi., r.hrisl mas holidavs her street, ono square from the new Misses Mary and Florence Tatum with her daughter Orrill, our music Shockloy, through tho holidays, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cromer ore spent week's end in Richmond with postolllce building, two squares from instructor. tho new Public School, and within Parenls ot a fl friends. When you want groceries quick ' minutes walk of Berea College. Klrl. away Itn Leo Golden who has been nd call Cornett's. One house contains ten rooms, on u Bo suro to call at tho Crcecl for somo timo came homo last week. lot 100x100 feet; tho other contains William Brown, a former Normal and get one of those treasure fltudent, spent Monday with friends. Studio You cannot make n mistake seven rooms, lot C0x200 feet. Both Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Morse of of art. Mr. Drown is located at Kent, Ohio N. Y., enrouto to Fruitland .sill be sold cheap if taken before pictures as they in purchasing theso I II. f 'I..nt.ln In ..nn ore all copies of the works of master Park, Fla, slopped olf in Berea to January 15. "' '"r , .. Nnrni!.! For terms address tho owner, artists. Peop e of Borea have never visit Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Williams. school nt that place. Mrs. J. L. Hill opportunity like this before. Mr. Morse bought is Florida prop4 In Leonard llatl eld c a" Berea, Ky. 7. ndvantneo of it? erty from Mr. Williams. BOhooUl State University this year sol(J d Bponl tho lint of tho week with J lrIo "The Cash Store" homo folks near Horcu. from fifty cents to twelvo dollars, Froy is visiting at Miss Louise BEREA, KENTUCKY ). Professor Lewis' homo on Jackson SALf.SM A. WAN rr.n elrect this week. ! xpericn-- ci a.i man wanted for Fresh Sauerkraut at Cornell's, ad it's pricu to any ono who will fol- WHAT THEY SAY Tnno-'feo- . William Swopo, an old studont, Kor.tu"ky, West Ono wide awake man wrolu in say- - low It's advice. It is Interesting nnd almni:i eu now traveling salesman, was in town in,-- ' V igin.u. w' ing "It seems to mo Tho Citizen is a simple enough for children to road, make fain el'it ,i Iwe'v MAIN STREET, Near Bank Tuesday. paper Dial every farmer should sub- - More than this thu paper is cleon J. II. Jackson is spending a few por day. Write mo nt onco giving scribe for. It Is worth many times from whisky ads and frauds." reference,--!)- . N. Welch, Berea, Ky. days with his family this week. -- BRECK & EVANS RICHMOND. KY. We hcive gifts suited to the most casual acquaintances, as well as those appropriate for tlie most intimate friend. The prices, too, are varied, but the quality is, as always, tin best. Bring your Christmas list while the rush is not so great and we can jive you individual attention. Every item here has been carefully selected. We . w buy nr "nccnrlmctlt nr jtnh lfits." aw l.'.JWi Store J. S. ht STAN I FER Safety First - BEREA NATIONAL BANK 7S-- 2 75-- ht ed MILLINERY SALE! Ma-the- ny - STOVES A L L ' Coats, Suits, Dresses, 7. K Shirt Waists N D S B. E. BELUE & COMPANY B Albert Gbristmae anb 0) H Mappy H,JlcvlJcar rDsri;,!t.ror ,m - - " crf - 7. PuJ to all our friends and patrons a, J 71 1 nd-2- HAYES & GOTT (ad-20- see CLARKSTON L9R Hardware and Groceries Vi-gl- Subscribe for The Citizen Every Number Worth $1.00! Dccombcr 21, 10U. THE citizen PlPO PtVA. Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Berea, Kentucky Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profit $35,000.00 Good resolutions are in order Jan. Make one fey starting an account with us on thut date. Three kinds of accounts solicited: Checking Accounts, Savings Accounts, Time Deposits. 1st. JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier. monoy to send to tho Belgians. What Is tho answer? Miss Parker's class found tho answer. Thoy got llio boys from tho Garden Department (o gather them n wagon load of walnuts and had a regular husking beo in tho Knapp Hnll basement. Thoy arc selling them like hot cakes nrnund town for 50c n bushel. Mrs. F.rnlierg has bought nil tho hulls for dyo stun. Moral: Woslo not, wnnl not. (Continued from .ludgo F. I). Sampson, Dr. Bruner, Mrs. M. K. Mrs. John W. Hughes. IN OUR OWN STATE. Pago 1) II. C. Lewis, Free During Our Big Range Exhibit! Fnulkncr nnd Tho Herald. Oti foiriuirt Aluminum rCMrrlo Kcula. Me 11.25. I I AluiUm A Complete Line of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, LADIES' and MEN'S FURNISHINGS Men's Suits Ladies' Suits Boys' Suits Ladies' Coats RICHARDSON & COYLE Burning of Marshall Courthouse Investigated Dec. 22. Tho MarPadncah, shall County grand Jury under Judge William Heed, today began an Investigation of the burning of tho Marwhich Circuit shall Courthouse, Clerk Oeorgc Slnughtcr maintains was on accident. The Brand Jury, too, will take up tho question of of nuhlic funds. No verdict is ex pected beforo Wednesday, as tho cv--j idenco to he submitted will bo long nnd tho Commonwealth's Attorney is determined to secure nnd indictment. Slaughter is nl liberty on 92,500 bail, raised by his father and his father's friends, nnd the money taken from public accounts has been replaced from tho same source. K, Ol Alamlanm Frewrriog Kellle. Me 11.75. tf hHoift This Set of High Grade Pure Aluminum Cooking Ware lIfe!liillillK(lll!!l' Prcfern' AluminumRust-Proof All-tva- -vs The Only Range with Patented Copper Bearing, -Fused, UNITED STATES NEWS Flues (Continued from pago 1) SPECIAL PRICES ON Ex.News Boys at Work for Charity In Detroit, Mich, on tho 21st, business men nnd profcssionnl men who had been newsboys in their younger days turned out and sold pnp'crs on tho city streets. Their efforts yielded nearly $2,200, which will bo devoted to Christmas charity. Moro than seventy of tho olfi time boys plied thoir trade, fought for tho Berea, Kentucky Main Street best corners and tho cholco customers. Papers sold as high as $50 nnd $100 each. $300,000,000 R. R. Merger Effected Cleveland, O., Dec. 22. Tho Lako Shore Hnllroad Company stockholders ratified the action tnken by tho New York Central stockholders July FOR ALL CITIZENS OF BEREA AND VICINITY 20th last. This action was tho con- -, solidalion of tho Lake Shore II. R. Tho Fnrully nml Workers of ne-r- ca ing of some light refreshments-No- w company with the N. Y. C. R. II com is Hie limo to greet all your College invite all their neighbors Claudo Lunsford is doing a very pany. Tho merger involves in Berea nml vicinity to n General neighbors! good blacksmith business at Como at 1:30 and seo tho whole New Year Ileceptlou at the. College F. Lunsrord is at Burr, Higher Fares for Indiana Chapel, on Friday, January t, 1015. tiling! holding service this week, where There is n movo on foot among the This invitation is for you. Let from 2:30 p. in. till I. they have lately organized the railroad operators of Indiana to apThere will lie an exhibit of the Of- nothing keep you away. Wo want peal to the 1015 Legislature to re- church and they have a new church fices in Lincoln Hall from 1:30 till to s'0 all Berea for onco in ono building. Sunday school is peal tho 2c faro law and substitute houso in 2 p. iiu and an exhibit of the Library place. progressing nicely at Dreyfus. The old residents will bf .there, for it a law providing for a 2 from 2 o'clock to 2:30 p. in., whioh Harts give nil an opportunity to see and the new comers will bo there. faro. This is only among tho steam will Miss Nellie G. Lako has been sick objects of in- It may he bright and it may be railroads operating in said State. tho pictures and other but is better. cloudy but it will be New Year'a terest at these places. Every Christmas! Christmas! WHOLESALE EXECUTIONS At the Chapel there will he a pen-or- al Day. Come, Everybody. child is expecting Santa Clans. Heartily yours, mufollowed by Miss Carrie Collins and Tom AlContinuation of Reign of Terror Re-- ! Berea College Workers. sic and other exercises, and the serv ported In Mexico City. corn of Berea wero married ThursEl l'aso. Tux., Dec. 23. Wholesale day at the homo of the brido on part of the time In the high school, executions of former federal o11clt3 Scaffold Cane pike. Breadiey Lake has just returned which is n $10,000 stone building continue in Mexico City, according to canvass where he nnd possesses an enthusiastic corps Amcrlcnn liasseimcrs who arrive from from a tho capital, ns many as three and four found business good. of lenrhors. men being shot at n time. MESSIAH CONCERT Our prayer meeting is held "Hill" as ho is known around tho Among, those most recently executed Again an enthusiastic audience of campus was a student in Berca's were every Thursday night. Every ono Generals Onrcln. llldnlno. Monu! Berea folks listened to the Messiah Agricultural school at tho tinio of and Doljanlo, nil prominent In tin como out. Conducted by Prof. concert rendered in the main chapel leavinir. He graduated from tho Huertn regime. Ha inc. Monday ovenine. This grand ora- Academy Department in 1013. It Is claimed that there Is Bklrmish Miss Dinksie Ella Lake's school torio hv Handel has been rendered We rerlninlv congratulate him on Incnt Snn Pedro with Carrnnza troop will he out tho 23rd of December. suecessioly for a number of years 'his good fortune nnd wish him nil although n confcldrrnl'le force has beei Mr. James Barrett and family will assembled by Villa at Torreon to 1; bo ready to moyo to their now homo lint, it never crows old. It lias a ins- - kinds of success. ready for ovcntualltlcs. Several Inr ciualion which holds. Tins composiat Bear Knob, soon. pieces of artillery are now locate nea tion yields new and higher spiritual OYSTER STEW Our Christmas Treo will bo ThursTorreon. Troop trains still guird tin 1 values with each repetition. The members of the Alpha Zela track both north and south of Torreon day, the 2ilh, beginning at o'clock. Luther Kindred of Indiana will Tho number which participated literary society met at tho Rogers being parked on sidings. Itesul'. this year was larger than usual, so House last Wednesday evening from train service out of Juarez was sut move to tho Dougherty property pended today to rcimlt the mllltla tc soon. large that it was ncccsviry to lciild 7:30 to 0:30 for a good use the equt-me- nt lor moving trains Kingston a larger extension on the platform oyster stew. There Is lltt'o Interest nnnlfcsted In nil the singors. to accommodate fire, the capital resardlni the reronventn-o- f Kingston, Dee. 21. Evan Adams Oathored 'jefore a roaring Tho orchestra was fuller and bet- extra cheerful, in contrast to the tho Acting Callentes conference, and family of Fleming havo como to cold weather outside, tho evening which will namo a provisional prest spend tho holidays with Mr. and ter than ever. It Is reported in Mexico CIH Mr. D. W. Webb. Miss Verna Parks Tho dent. Ono feature of the concert this slipped away all too soon. year, as it has not been for several society orrfiestra furnished music; that the reconvening of the convention will leave Thursday for Cincinnati, 1 years now, is the fact that the solo speeches were made by old mem- set for Jan. may bo dela'.'ed nn no to spend Christmas with her uncle. necessary military mov count was entirely home talent. Tho bers and visiting friends, nnd tho ments. of work William Thomas Eager is spendjfeunr solos were sung by Gordon old society songs were sung. Tho Tho cnmnnlrn south from I'tiebla I. ing tho holidays with his sister at Mmrie, who also npVared last year; soup wns delicious, thanks to tho progressing favorably, nnd thn Villa Beatyville. John Webb, who has tho basso by Mr. Walter Waring chef for the evening, anil all testi- forces are meeting with little otvos'ni been leaching near Brasslleld camo A troon, most of the eti"agements Ite'np. Heokmnn. of the College Depart- fied that it couldn't bo beat. homo Saturday. Miss Archio Mau-p- iu ment; tho soprano by Miss Helen great lime is (lie verdict of all who minor reir euanl dentins v.tli the re has been visiting hor mother '" treating O Carruthers. assistant Secretary, and attended. at Lexington for several days. Tho Kingston school closed Friday. Wo tho contralto by Miss draco I.'0 MADISON COUNTY ORATORICAL CONTEST Cornelius, who also sang last year. aro having somo very disagreeable Dreyfus The nnnii oratorical contest was These were unusually good nnd tho weather at present. Dreyfus. Dec. 21. Wo aro having soloists ore each to ho congratulated held in tho main chapel Tuesday, evening and was tho closing exer- cold weather. Somo people aro not AN APPEAL TO CONGRESS AND on their work. THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED done gathering corn. Corn is worth Tho chorus work was good and cise of the fall term. $3 per barrel. STATES FOR AN ADEThe program was ns follows: showed tho usual result of long, Fat hogs aro bringProfessor Rlgby "Character" ORIENTAL QUATE Ilenjamin Creech ing (to per lb. No trade for stock patit'nt practice. POLICY is to be greatly commended on tho "Arelhusa" Dorral Flint hogs. Turkeys have been bringing iiwnessful way In which he, from "Cannon Food" Oscar Lowis 13c C. M. Azhill is on the sick list. Mrs. C. M. Azhill has just returnyear to year, has manaced theso con- "Is Business Business?" Tho awakening of Asia nnd her Judson Hnrrohl ed from Jackson County, where sho rapid acquisition of important elecerts anil especially litis year. Tho Messiah is ono or the great "Tho Unprepared", ..Benton Fielder has been to seo her parents. Frank ments of occidental civilization InProfessors Ituiiiohl, llaiuo nnd Jones is moving from Dreyfus to augurates a new era in world musical masterpieces and it requires no small ability to produco Cromer worn judges ami Professor near Needmore, on J. O. Jones' history in which Asia is to play a important Robertson acted as chairman for tho farm. John Kelly nnd family, John new and increasingly n successful rendition. evening. Hurley and family and Ray Kelly role. Whether thut rolo shall bo SECURES POSITION Tho speeches wero all good, show- and wife have nil returned from Il- ono of pcaco, good will and mutual Again a Herea student leaves tho ing careful preparation and thought. linois, where they have been for or ono controlled by school ranks to step into n position Mr. Oscar Lewis was awarded tho tho last few weeks and will inako increasing suspicion and fear the East and tho West will llrst place nnd Dorral Flint tho their homo hero. William Ogg, of responsibility on tho outside. known by many people In Rockcnstlo depend largely on the attitudo of William Click, ono of our best second place, Mr. Lewis will represent Berea County and about Heron is moving the western nations themselves. known and best liked students, left to near Dreyfus. Wo welcome such It has seemed to many of our citlast Saturday for Siunmersvillo, W. In the state contost next spring. men in our midst. F. M. Ashcraft izens who have become familiar Va., wllero ho haa secured an exPROBLEM Find work for twenty-- II lost a good cow by tho cow having with tho questions raised by tills cellent position Willi tho United States government ns county farm vo juniors at Knapp Hall for ono chewed too much tobacco. Mrs. L. more intimate and ever increasing contact with tho Orient that tho Ho will also teach class period so that thoy may earn Daivis is in 'very poor health. demonstrator. Buy the Range and .... Get the Ware FREE THIS WEEK ONLY! New Year Reception YOUR STOVE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE This would make a lovely Christmas gift - R. H. CHRISMAN Drey-fus-Jolm - - Berea, Kentucky STONE'S WRAPPED CAKES Made $300,-000,0- 2e hand-slinkin- g, College News two-wee- ks 1 ed United States might well adopt n policy. more adequate Oriental Therefore, bo it RESOLVED, That the Commission on Relations with Japan appointed by tho Federal Council of tho Churches of Christ in America urge upon Congress and upon tho people of the United States the importance of adopting an Oriental policy based upon a just and cquitablo regard for tho interests of all the nations concerned, and to this end suggests that tho entire immigration problem bo taken up at an early date, providing for comprehensive legislation covering all phases of tho question (such as the limitation of immigration and the registration, distribution, employment, education, and naturalization of immigrants) in such a way as to conserve American institutions, to protect American labor from dangerous economic competition, and to promote an intelligent and enduring friendliness among the people of all nations, (signed) Charles R. Brown Hamilton Holt William I. Haven Charles It. Henderson E. R. Hendrix Jeremiah W. Jenks Albert G. Lawson Frederick Lynch Francis J. MeConnell John R. Molt Frank Mason North Doremus Scudd Robert E. Speer George E. Vincent Amos P. Wilder Sidney L. Gulick, Representative on International Relations Charles S. McFarland, Sccrotary . Commission on Relations With Japan, appointed by tho Federal Council or tho Churches of Christ in America. PRISCILLA with Pure Country Butter in a Spotlessly Clean Shop. EVERY CAKE WRAPPED in Sterilized Waxed Paper to keep the dust out and its Original Goodness in. ALWAYS FRESHT Always Light, Wholesome and Dcliciously Flavored. Supplied Exclusively by JOE W. STEPHENS Model Meat Market, Groceries and Produce Phone No. 57. BEREA, KY. PRIZE ESSAY Next week wo shall miblish Tho Citizen prize essay written by Miss Onio Silvers. ou will remember that last August we oITcred a prize for tho best essay written on tho following subjects "A Man Fit to bo nn Example" for boys and "A Woman Fit to bo an Example." Thero was a lively interest taken in this contest. Watch for tho essay and picluro of the winner next week. GIRLS UNDER IS In- bo-tw- tho enough money to purchaso tion. Address tho Secretary, Marhooks needed by tho second door of shall Vaughn. Graded school and also have tho WONDERFUL NEW EXPLOSIVE somo left for Christinas baskets and Your Farm and Fircsido says: for charitable purposes. " A new explosive called sabulito money has gone to mako others happy at this glad Christmas time. has been discovered, and will bo manufactured by a Canadian conI LINVILLE'ADNEY cern. This explosive according to Miss Edith Linville and Reuben1 tho U. S. consul nt Vancouver, CanAbuey of Scaffold Cane aro to bo ada, is three times as effective as married in Berea" Thursday, Decem- dynamite, is not ntfeoted by changes ber 21, 1011. of temperature, gives oil no poisonous fumes, and can bo handled withMAMMOTH BRONZE TURKEYS out danger both during tho process Thoroughbred, prices reasonable of manufacture and in use. It is Mrs. Luther Todd, Coylo, Ky, Berea said to bo especially effective for ad 27 blasting stumps." Phono J U- -3 of tho CLUB MEETS stitution no girl under 15 can bo ad The Prisoilla Club met, December mitted except such as livo with par17, at the' homo or Mrs. Coddinglon. ent or guardian in Berea. An effort All greatly enjoyed tho bountiful is being niado, however, to provido refreshments of tho hostesses, Mrs. for a few such girls in the Rogers Coddinglon and Mrs. Wooire. House, who may livo under tho caro Wo wish to thank tho patrons of of a responsible matron, paying our Bazaar, for it has Kivcn us litllo extra for such an accommoda- a According to tho rules Pago Six. THE CITIZEN December Sbtiida to J3ciln nno to CuUlMte In tbc 21, IDU. he Land of Broken Promises DANE COOLIDGE By Hew I!?earit$i5 Spend somo tlmo each day" la thinking of my own Improvements 2. Begin n collection pf halpfulisaylngs. 3. I)o promptly whnlovor-- I oeo to bo my duty. 4. Try lo know tho real truth, nnd to speak tho truth. 5. Ho strictly honosl, and keen ovory promlso made. fl. I.carn to enjoy labor and .study. 7. Tako pleasure in tho wolfaro or other?, and avoid Jealousy. 8. Think oflen of what my. friends nnd my God deslro for mo. 9; Commit to memory songs that Inspire. 10. Shut out of my mind cvon.tho thought of wroiiK-doln. 11. Think nnd speak kindly 12; Havo faith In God, nnd dolly seek His help to llvo by theso principles. 1. g. of-all- Stirring Story of the lexican Revolution l THE FIGHTING FOOL," "HIDDEN WATERS," "THE TEXICAN," Etc Author of Illustrations by DON J. LAVIN (CoovritM. Mil br Frank A. Man?.) "Well, say a bunch of rurales It Old Arngon camo up on tho first Ho turned still farther to tho north train, and now they've wired that you ns ho spoko nnd spurred his Jaded killed Del Bey. Dy Jove, Bud, wasn't horso on. Orncla kept her roan bo that pulling It llttlo strong? Captain sldo him, but ho took no notlco, cx of tho rurales, you know tho whole cept as ho scanned the lino with his Mexican government Is behind him tost' bloodshot eyes. He was n hard-looand Aragon wants you for kidnaping!" "Llko as not," muttered Hud, gazing Ing man now, with a rough stubble of "What's that?" demanded Gracla, as from encampment to encampment. beard on his faco and a sullen set to she heard her own name spoken. "Out whoever they are, he added, his Jaw. As two horsemen rodo out Bud looked at Phil, who for once THEY SUCCEED IN GETTING MORE THAN- - HALF OF WHAT THEY "they're no frlonds of ours. We're got from distant Agua Negro he turned was at a loss for words, and tasn he to go around them. and glanced at Grncia. answered slowly, APPLIED FOR. "And If we can't?" suggested Gra "Seems llko we occn on tho run "Your father la down at the station." cla. ever slnco we left Portuna," ho said ho said, "looking for you "I reckon wo'H havo to go through, with a rueful smile. "Aro you good "Well, ho can't have me!" cried Gra. Commission' Comes Close to An Unan imous. Decision, With Only Two then, answered Hooker grimly. "We for Just one more?" cia defiantly. "I'm across the lino Filing Dissents. don't want to get caught here In the "What is It now?" sho Inquired now! I'm free! I can do what I morning." CuJlng.heraclf together with an effort. please!" "Keop behind me," ho com man "Aro those two 'men coming out' to "But there's the Immigration office" Vstrn Newipaprr Unloa Nw Scrvle. "and don't shoot I'm going to hold meet us? Do you think they'd stop interposed Phil pacifically. "You will Washington. Thn- Interstate Com- 'em up!" us?" havo to go there and your father has morco Commission granted the East "That's about our luck," returned claimed you were, kidnaped!" He Jumped his horse out to one sldo ern railroads tho 5' per cent rate ad ind landed squarely on the rim of the Hooker. "But when we dip out of sight Hal Kidnaped!" laughed Gracla. vance for which thny asked, although ridge. Oracla drew her horse in be In this swale hero we'll turn north and who had suddenly, recovered her It qualified the application of tho In hind blm and roached for the pistol in hit for tho line." spirits. "And by whom?" crease to such an. extent that the rail "All right," she agreed. "My horse her holster; then both together they Well by Dud here." answered De roads got tittle niont than half the draw their guns and Dud threw down Is tired, but I'll do whatever you .say. Lancey hesitatingly. relief thoy demnndod. Dud." on tho first man. Gracla turned as ho spoke and sur It was estimated by tbo carriers Sho tried to catch his eyes at this veyed "Go on!" he ordered, motioning him Hooker with a, mocking smile. that a 5 per cent Increase on all rates but he seemed lost in contemplation of inen she laughed again. forward with his head; without excoptlon would glvo them Ho jerked out his rifle with his left the horsemen. about 50,000,000 a year. It was escs," he said at last. 1 11 Never mind,." sho said. 'Til' fix that. timated by Thorns rural hand and laid It across his lap. an official of the Interstate tell them that I kidnaped him! "Hurry up now," he raged, as tho and heading straight for us but No, but seriously I" oroteated Da Commerce Commission that the maxiwo'vo come too far to get caught now. startled Mexican halted. "Go on and mum relief which the railroads will Lancoy, as Bud chuckled hoarsely. keep a going, and the first man that Come on!" he added bruskly, and went get from tho decision will be $ 20,00 You can't cross the line without being makes a break I'll shoot him full of galloping up the swale. returns For two miles they rodo up the passed by the Inspectors, and well the and this Includes tho rates put from holes!" into our father Is there to get you back." Increased passenger wash, their heads below tho level of the He sat llko a statue on his shining But I will not got" flung, back Gra effect. plain, but as Dud emerged at the mouth horse, his balanced to shoot. The majority opinion, was agreed to of the gulch and looked warily over cla. and something In his very presence by Commissioners Clark. McCbord, Oh, my dear girl!" cried Do Lan tho bulk of his body, the forward the cut bank he suddenly reached for cey. Chairman Vyou Meyer, Hall and Daniels. thrust of his head, and the burning his rifle and measured the distance to don't irowning in nis perplexity. It aw- - Harlan concurred ln the tUeision. but understand, hate of his eyes quelled the spirits the line. disagreed with the- reasoning of the They was too foxy for me,'' he mut lul hard for me. You know they're of the rebels. They were a rag-tavery strict now so many low women majority. Commissioner Clements disarmy, mounted on horses and donkeys tered, as Gracla looked over at the coming across tho line, the sented in every particular. and mules and with arms of every approaching rurales. "But I can stand fact Is, unless you aro for well, you The Are Commissioners who married 'em off," he added, "so you go ahead." known make. tho majority- opinion give si can't como In at all I" No! sho cried, coming out in open It was Just such nn army as was But I'm in!" protested Gracla their rensons for granting the adoverrunning all northern Mexico, such rebellion. "Well, I won't leave you vance: The falling oft In the revenue flushing-- hotly. "I'm " an army as had been levying tribute that's all!" she declared, as he turned ' They'll deport you' said Do Lan of the railroads, the Kunipean war and on the land for a century. They spread to command her. "Oh, como along. cey, stepping forward to give her sup the necessity to which tilo railroad She laid an Impulsive band terror throughout all that great coun- Bud!" have-beeput o 'decmaslng thlr ex on his arm and ho thrust his gun back port try south of the American border. I Know It s hard,- dear," he went penditoros for maintenance, thereby The fiery glances of tho American into the sling with a thud. possibly Impairing their safety of op "All right!" ho said. "Can't stop to on, as Bud moved hastily away, "but made them cringe as they had always Pro got It all arranged; Why should eration. cringed before their masters, and his talk about It, Go ahead and flay tho we wait? lou come to- marry me, curses turned their blood to water. Ho hide off of that roan!" FRANCS TWO BILLION They were less than a mllo from tho didn't you? Well, you must do It now ISSUE towered above them like a giant, pourright away! Pvo got tho Mccnso and line, but tho rurales had foreseen their ing forth a torrent of oaths nnd beckpriest all waiting come on before Paris. Minister of Flnnnco Itlbol oning them on their way, and the lead- ruse in dropping Into tho gulch and tho 1915 budget to tho np had turned at the same tlmo to Inter- the rurales get back to town and- re explained tbocommittee of tho chamer was tho first to yield. port that you've crossed-thUno. We proprlations With hand and Jaw on cept them. They wero pushing their can rldo around to the north and come ber or 'deputies. M. ilibot said b his breast he struck spurs to his fright- fresh horses to the utmost now across In at tho other side oft town. Then thought tho most pressing- need wa ened mule and went dashing over tho tho open prairie, and as the roan of credit temth lagged and faltered iu his stride Dud ridge. "Oh, no, no!" cried Gracla. pushing porarily paraljzed b. thn first shock The others followed by twos and could see that tho race was lost. of the war. M. Ilibot Informed the "Head for that monument!" btj him impulsively as I dm "I am not appropriations committee that the gov threes, somo shrinking, some protest called to Gracla, pointing toward ono ready now. ing, some gazing forth villainously ernment had advanced to allied ot Sho paused and glanced at Bud. f International markers as he from beneath their broad hats. A3 they "II r. Hooker," ehe began, walking friendly countries thoco sumsr Tc looked back he whirled UDon them nnd , 'aced their pursuers. "You'll make it gently toward him, "what will you do Belgium. 2SO.000.0C0 francs 50.000 they won't shoot a woman!" swore he would kill tho first man that 000): to Scrvla. 90.000.OW francs: to He reached for his gun as he spoko. now?" dared to turn his head. "I don't know," answered Hooker, Greece. 20,100,000: to the Hank ol "No, no!" sho cried. "Don't you After all, they wero a generation of Montenegro. G00.00) francs. huskily. slaves, thoso unthinking stop! If you do I will! Como on!" "Will you come with ua will you ho entreated, checking her horse to peons, and war had not made them "No," said Bud, shaking his head! TROOPSi REACM THE BORDER. brave. They passed on, tho whole wait for him. "You ride behind' me slowly. lino of bewildered soldiery, looking In they won't daro shoot at us then!" DoukIou. Ariz. The Third battalion "Then I must say good-by?Hud laughed shortly and wheeled in vain for tho men that wero behind the Sho waited, but ho did not answer. of the Sixth brigade, en raoto from American, staring blankly at the beau- behind her, returning his gun to its "You havo been so good to mo," eie Texas City to rolnforca the American i tiful woman who sat so courageously fcllng. troops on bord.jr guard at Naco, ar"All right," ho said, "well rldo it out. went on, "so bravo, and htwo I been by his side. rived here. bravo, too?" sho broke In pleadingly. When tho last had gone by Dud together then!" Hooker nodded his head, but h did He laid the quirt to tho roan. In the picked up his rifle and watched him KNIF. IS DRIVEN INTO NECri not meet her oyes. around the point. Then ho smiled whirl of rnclng bUBhcs a whlto monuPittsburg. As the result. It Is bo "Ah, yes," sho sighed. "You have grimly nt Gracla, whoso eyes were still ment flashed up suddenly botoro them heard what Phil has said. I wish now lleved, ot his activity In aiding In the pistol-sho- t round with wonder, and led tho way Tho rurales wero within ngalnst resorts, an attempt and whipping llko mad to- head them. that my mother were hero, but would crusade to asinssinato Dr. Goorg A. down the trail, made Another figure came flying along tho you mind? Beforw I go I wanLb give wat UllUngcr, orui ot Pittsburg's nine cannline, a horseman, waring his hands you a. .kiss!" CHAPTER XXVIII. Sho reaehed oat her hands Impul- ot, men. The councilman's unidentified Then, riding side by and motioning. into hl vicside, they broko across the boundary sively ant) Hooker started tack. His assailant drove a knife Tho high pass and tho inaurrectos ! with ihr hnfTlflft nim1pl vptllnc- - AVftf?(V eyes, whlh had been downcast, blazed tim's neck, but a blow aimed at the were behind them now and tho rolling suddenly as he gazed nt hor, and then gbyslcain's breast was deflected by tl,c,r coto- his watch. Dr. Dllllngcr Is In a hos of Agua Negra were at their "Koep a going " prompted Hooker. they flitted to, Phil. feel To the northeast the smoke ban- pltal, but: the wound In the neck Is not s "No." ho said, and his volco was Gracla leaned back to check her believed, to bo fatal. Alter a utrugglo ners of the Gadsden smelters lay llko I and choked. o"down Into therIn driving-hiribbons across the sky. and tho line, horse: rura,C8 "You wilt not?" sho asked, after a the councilman succeeded are liable to shoot yetl neln asrallant off the porch ot Ills horn. was not far away pause. Tho ,flnal dash brought them to Yet. ns they catno down from tho "No!" he said again, and sho shrank but as Dud leaped down and EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS mountains. Iud and Gracla fell silent cow. Gracla n his arm. tho roan away before his glanco. and slackened their slashing pace. Tho took his feet, trembled, and dropped (Continued from pago 8) sho murmured, turn-tn"Then good-by,time for parting was near, and part- - fPread to the ground. away llko ono In a dream, and Bud heavily OWSLEY COUNT.Y I heard ho crunch of her steps as she soothed "Horn b. Green Hall th. Plain lay Oracla still all right." his arm. Dud as went toward the horses with Phil. Then, clung to Po whom Gra-Gadsden and Phll-P- hll Green Hall, Dec. 21. Mart Flan-or- y eyes, tho tears welled .. -- i. wt Wn no . as ho saw her gazo fixed beyond him. Then, as a rebounding slapto hisa rush is still very low, his wife also and Philip Do Lan- ho beard ho thoughts of blm from tho time they cey, turned and beheld lias been very sick from blood poisof approaching feet. s sat together under tho "No!" como the volco of Gracla, on. W. N. Hughes of Berca is hero It was tho Bamo Thll, tho same man waiting for tho rain te pass until now with Indignation. "I say no! now carryinc on a big salo on his woro virtually over, Dud had called pardnttr, nnd yet vibrant that tho dangers placo when Hooker saw him thero ho stlf' Tho Bpat of her hand rang out again st0ck of merchandise, Clayton llol- and but a short tlmo more would and thon, with a piteous sobbing, she i,rooU. Wendell and Waldo McCol- his faco grew hard. horn beyond tho reach of either ru- fened and "WoU?" ho said, slowly detaching VluJhaU,n81lum went hunting Saturday nnd rales or rebels. Dud thought of tho Qracla's fingers and putting her hand ca,m,0..run",!?g I long rldo. stiffness t kjl) l f rabbits.Mra. E. K. duty ho owed his pardner, even though away, "I haio you!" sho screamed, as Phil V. A played him falso. that pardner had greet them camo after her. "Oh. I hate you! No. McColluin gavo a social Saturday As Phil ran forward to report- Great as was his longing for Gracla, sullenly off to ono sldo. you shall nover havo tho kiss! Wbatl n't?"!- tor her students. All ho could not forget that duty. Their he stepped nicy wvru What they said ho did not know, for it Hud hero has refused It. will I give eu an enjoynwo nine. companionship had been but a thing a kiss to you? Ah. you poor, miserable served to grape Juico nnd ehocolalo a to forget If ho could, or at best ho bis mind was suddenly and blank; but creature!" she cried, wheeling upon cako. School .closes at Ilelhlehem wrung his over could only remember tho sweetness when I'hll rushed camo back to earth with a him In a sudden nt or passion, "whore Friday, tho twin. A short program of It, and must forget tho dreams ha hand he woro you when I was In danger? wjji )0 rendered. Thero will bo start. had dreamed as ho watched beside Walter "Hud!" cried Do Lancey ecstatical Where wero you when thero was no al)0ul eKi)L Bradunlcs. Gracla In tho hills. He was taking hor to savo mo? And did you ,aco ,,as ono lo of thls to riill, and all else must bo sacrificed ly, "how can I ever thank you enoughl ono to steal a kiss, when my think. W(, heart .. You brought her back to wo, didn't then, n for duty. was soro for Hud? Ah, coward! You Bud looked far out across tho valley you, old man? Thank God you're safo ..oi0? nro no fit pardner! No, I will nover! I'vo boon watching for you with to whore a train puffed In from tho bCCII Well, co thenl ' I'OSOy, DCO. 10. Wo tlOVO vor! glasses over since I heard you bad mrrv unsouth, and tho sight of it made him having tllO Coldest WCUtlier that I knew you would do it, And hiirrv! Oh. hnw I hato vou to started! easy. Ho watched still as it lay at thn . try to steal mo from Dud!" has been for years, but tho fco Just station and, after a prolonged stare In pardner: you're tho best friend a man She turned and threw her arms gutty (bo young folks lo sknto on. say, como over hora a the direction of Agua Negra, bo reined over had! But about Hooker's neck and drow his rito protected and quarterly meet-rouralnuto I want to speak to you." sharply to tbo north. faco down to her. nt cnfty for tho past two ilUf He led Hooker off to ono side, while Is It?" asked Gracla, coming "What You do love me. don't you, Ilud?" Oracla watched them with Jealous vooks comjuctcd by Ilov. Kirk nnd out of her rererle. Oh, you aro so good sho sobbed 1,10 l;siui,,K "Ob, nothing," answered Dud, slump- eyes, and lowered his voico as he Ilaan' close, so brave! And now will you tako the spoke. i ing down In tils saddle. "I sco tho railgim(Jay nJgU Toro WM g()0J "It was awful good of you, Dud," he kiss?" road Is open again they might bo attcmlanco In spito of tho bad whispered, "but I'm afraid you'vo got i "Try me!" said Dud, I somebody up thero looking for us." weather. Tho Duck Creek graded THK END. Is craxjr ubouj la hqdj.The whole town "Iqu moan " "Somo outfit coming In from th north," said Ilud. "Thcy'vo crossed over the pats and ramped at tlio first water this sldo." "Who do you think they are?" asked Oracla In an awed volco. "Insurrcc CARRIERS GET RATE INCREASE - A Prayr- - For Christmas. Almighty Jod.- we give the thanks for the mighty .yearning erf th human heart for tb coming of n Snrhxir nnd tho constant promise of thy word Hint In nor own nottU wc he was to com reH-a- t the humlilr night nnd panting t iiplrstliin of nnd hum tnd own Mint "or itH nrr In dnrk- nnd Infirmity wlth.Mil faith in dim who rtiitim to hrlnc ; to ronn tt' Nt- -. tb nd msn to for . '1 HMH f! MlV M. ntx-tptt- fm l't from our sense of need and dependence nnd thai otir own hearts eiin so nnnwpr.friHn their wlldvruevi the cry, Trcpartf-ythe way of tho InLr In us the rough places an to he mad smooth.the crooked straight, the tuounulus of pride brrnight low and the valleys- of dimctetcy lifted up,, O 0xl, prepare trHi the way In n now nnd msy mr welnmie anew thy holy fhlld HoKunrm' tlleasvd t he wtu oiuiii'tJi In the unm of the Lord. e - v - pro-pare- - - half-raise- - we" And' I " school is planning for an entertainment nnd Christmas tree, ChriHma? Eve. Charles Hose passeti through hero this afternoon with a cfrovo of Rowland, cattlo Messrs I.esler Will to Turner and Miss Annie Hughes returned from nichnronil yesterday whero thoy havo ben in school, to spend tllo holidays with home folks. Cow Crs st Cow Creek, Dec. 19, A snow fell hrro last Sunday, December 13, to tho depth of ntmtil 8' inctVs. Old weather follflwed'and' tllo thermom eter reached to eight befow zero ono nighl-Ltyr- nn' Duff' has moved his mill to Cow creek; from Indian Creek nnd wilt saw tiw. Frank n Slates, who irt tho west for over thirty years,, hna returned to his sons' placo on- Wotf Creek, John Wood had tho misfortune of getting his dwHIIng- - burned Thursday night, willt nearly all contents. It caught, nt about mUlnight nnd was in surh a headway when they woke up that it couldn't bo checked. Charley Clmndler, serving in tho IJ. S. army, dtvl nteontJy and is be-i- ns brought back; lo this pj.ec for burial. They will burr him today in the family graveyard. The entertainment at tho ctosn of Mic MolUe Wil.vm'a school at Kmi, Friday, was fjtillo a sureess. All pro-tnJoyil thennwitves very muoh. The prt'ginm was made up. with and itjeiUiinhs and soin?s. except Fairly good ortll-- was some few hnih too iiuiclt inoutiLiin dew as-itho ens with soma thai don't rttfuoet. thi'iusclvo nnd others. llttrralL for Tho Ctlizer. nrul ferMcrrv.Otiriritmas to omund all. has-beenl r way. It being the only rhild, IV vill be greatly mbcd. The paf9 hts hnvo our sympathy. A'o had a NUN Onro he was our Joy nnd prido; Wo loved him, oh; perhaps loo well., Fovsoon llo'sh-p- t dletk All is dark within our dwelling, Lovely aro our hearts today; For- - Ihb- ono' we- - !oveI bo dearly Has-fdro- treasure . paswd awajv surdfen Muuldenj Dec. 18. I. S. McGeorgo and family are planning to Annvillo in a short Unto. J. B. Farmer and fhmlly, Venslon Anderson and wife-anW. S. Fnrnr,who hnvo bevn in Lexington for somo timoj homo tho 22nd r TfJfro protracted bc lt hold'at Ml. Oltead. conducted by Ilov. James Pennington anil son William. Tticira wero two new organs brought In Ihta ncighlwbrod tho past vroiik. ono for W. Mr. Ook, and one for II1. C. Ward. at Fall Hook ollwd today with nire pros- -. Pitts for all llur children; -- ia met-tiw- . Privetf I'nvtttt, Duv will bo a Chrtljn.ts entprlatim.wiit at Oray Hawk eitrititnias Kr Jfffsrs. John lu.-Th- -uro- lil and John Hlnir wero imlhlj. viouiilij' ln.t week buying tttckeys for tho Cln'stinas market. Mm. L. J. Tutors ind datuhtt'r Lucy nro very sirk at tin ritiiig.Tho baby of hbr. and Mrs. Spetd Howh.got biintwl very Ihivp-mouths-o- ld Crolt s btilly CEAX COUUTT Hit rain 5 Spdngs very .irry lo har of tho death of an oldj soldier, Marcus Ftjttory of' Oroen Ky. Mrs. Sherman, Hall. ?miltn has tho inutiips. Clovur Dottotur Rollout. Dec. id. Died, ot). tho I2lh, Jan Smith, wifo of James Ktttith. Sho leaves a husbaitiL six children and,' a host of friends, to. mourn her loss. IVnlit camo to hof wry suddenly. Sho h.vl ealon, hoc supper nnd bad lain down and) in. a few minutes sho was death She was nltout f yeani of ago Own lllobnell. who has been in. Illinois for tho last threo months, returned a few days ago. On Iho Otli Inst. Mrs. Alloo AbraniA of this place was married to Irwin Owens of Hanola. Married, tho Ifllh insL . James l)avIdon of this plneo to. Miw Oriisk lllh of IlockcasWo County. Tho W S. Marshals woro hero in this vicinity a fow days ago and destroyed ono- - still about six miles from hero anJ arrested; ono man. Miss M initio Cttmiagin will cleso her school at Cave Springs on tho 23rd with a Christmas treo and exhibition. Wy-le- y Crtiso Is very low at this writing with fever.-T- wo of O. J. Wilds' children havo tho whooping cough badly. t Hover IjsI wpiOr. Mrs. ?lwardVork Is very ill unlit spinal disease. Tho oplo of this vicinity were - Hfo-les- 1 ! " g WXt. ,i..i. rw 1 horse-blanket- baf - Ihn tiing Springs, Dec 18,- - Robert Misg. Luclndu Heed rt'i'.oatly mart-teMauiiin. Their many frieihls wish them joy and succors. Hlatiton llouwt moved bis family ton, properly near- Latino. Itannoni McDimiel and family of California, aro visit-it':iL Mm home of his iwIIkt. Mrs. ' LevntU McDauitfh Mr. MvDanicl owns a fruit ranch r,od is. a suo- jessfsl fruit grower. Jnnic StnitU and family havo rolurnod, from to resido hew ngftiti. Tb many friends of Mrs..Fayito llavt- lings will btj very rjlnd to learn of her recovery from bin-- recent ill cold w.'ss. Tho recent; o.trcmo zoro weathor which registered weather for sovornl, nights found many irjprcpard for such cold weather- this Unit) of tho year, Fields, wood and streams aro all in tho icy grasp of cold winlor. Our schools tiro ery well attended thus, fur nnd a. wry inlotvjsliiig pro gtaut will bo given at their close, iStjw beat's, day. Tlio. Doctors report old grandfather Ilobiuson to bo critically ill.-llwill goon bo eighty uiiio years old. Mrs. James Tank ers ley Iias been quito sick for somo Ilayre, her limo. Mrs. Thomas daughter, was with hor for a few days. H. o Nathanton Nalhnntnn, Deo. 19. Tbo coldest woollier of tho winter was experienced Monday night with 12 degrees below zero Tuesday morniug. Iho first few days of tho week wero oxteremly cold with tho of tho week hut littlo warmer.-- ,!. A. Hinder of Annvillo was nt this place Saturday enrouto lo Sextons Creek. Ilov. O. L. Davis is having now coal bank opened on his farm. Ilobt. Wood was at MeKeo a few days last wook on business. Tho public school nt this placo closos next Thursday. Tho butchering or pork meat In this neighborhood has been very oxton-siv- o during tho past two weeks. A Merry Christmas to Tho Citizen and its host of readers. JACKSON COUNTY Parrot I'arrot, Deo. 10. Ifobcrt Wathon of Hamilton, Ohio, is visiting bis father nt this place. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, n girl whom thoy call Minnie Charles Mathen, who is nltcnding tbo Aunvillo In slitule, is visiting homo folks- yLaura Combs is very low nnd not oxpeoted lo llvo many days. S. O. Nelson is ill nt this wriling.-Di- ed, December 11, tho infant child of Mr, and Mrs. W. M. Curagiu, agqd 2 months and 15 days, had been sick tho greater part of its life. For somo causo unknown lo us, it wus.tukcu J,'10 vou-no- gh i.tj mr I December 21, I0M. tup, citizen Pago Seven. m THE HOME By A ChristmM 'Ctrdl J08IAH OILBERT HOLLAND. ong In the lr. rpilEIIK'B There's alar In the iky. mnther'a deep prayer There'! Dahy'a low cry. And And the star rain Hi Art while the beau tlful alna. For tha manger of Hethlehem cradles-King a tumult tf loy O'er tne wnnileitul birth. For tha Virgin' swert boy la thf Lord nf tha earth. Aye, the atar ralna Its fire, end tha beau llful altiR. For the manger of nethlehem cradlea a Latest News From Toyland Speeia.1 Dispatch SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Berea's Vocational Schools ng From Santa Claua' Country rpilEltKB Klnic .VERSE TOR THIS WEEK it Oh for a closer walk with God, A calm and heavenly frame; W. Cowpcr. A light to elilno upon tho road That leads mo to tho Lamb. I2r plant a Christmas tace.. A..corrciitideiit of thf JIve-- ' X .land I ln I Ih'iii.-- r offcra a timely nii kti Incut Idea Unit hmld' commend f In explanation of plan she otters the following clipping; frorv Oim llounekeeplnj:: 1A11 wlfrn rliy parried nutfln Idea lust veil that might well be iM-- areoeer It refers tu I In- - iim of Chrlntinns tree ufler the day's festivities ltclf o mutiy render. IlKtSIONS. Dee. 0.-of the clunt clnclcr tiiu hollowed out Into u monster rave and li serving an a factory for making tree oruHineiita. It Is being run on n very nnirh better syatcm than It wax Inot year, having two Khlfta of workers, with 10.000 gnomes In eueh ahlfL Tlie day worker conic on nt l a. tn. und atny until t) p. m. One bund of toller Bleeps while tbe other wdrka. Eneh of Hie workers alts aqunt upon tbe floor lu front of a blazing lire, over cal wblcb Is suspended a huge blai-dron Kncli little fellow has a long stemmed pipe with wblch be blows bubbles of the substance which sizzles and both In the huge pot before him. The boiling sutratance Is. o liquid made of melted preclom stones. Mil worth of priceless Ikrax nf dollnra Jewels are tielng Imported Into the north pole regions for this purpose. Each cnldeon bolls n different Jewel. The melted rubles make blood red bubble" that gleam like Ontnes. The din- The AllCTIC power, combined wilh Training that adds to your money-earnigeneral education. FOIl YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. Cooking, FOIl YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with somo vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wa can put you with others like yourself and givo chance for most rapid progress. 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For tlioso who aro not expecting to teach and who aro not going thru College, but desiro more general education. This Is Just Uw thing for tlioso preparing for medical studies, or other professions without a college course. It also gives the best general education for tlioso who wish a good start in study and expect to carry It on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best training for thpso who expect to teach. Courses are. so arranged that young people can leach through, the summ'cr nnd fall and attend school through tlio winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their course of study. Ilead Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door 6th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College Questions Answered This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho Academy is now Berea's largest department. This is tho crown of tho whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. BEREA, FRIEND '2 gaulr.iillon of winitiv After New Ynr' iviicuiih wetit fmni lumne to house In rollevt all the Christmas, tree rti.fe avert taken to be .iulill' Miunrvt, Khiirpeued ikN. they were thrust. oil tin the uruiimt In artiMlc eroupa ami niuuir ui taryuii; iieuum. wlml I" some case tliey tii m iiicmik nir iiw growins: euruu. "T nnd evcrgrwtia lu every case.' Ti-Jut- OF WORKING money-making STUDENTS. of Berea. College with IX ithougb but lpniMmry tenants. tbey iimke attrm-Ur?- . restful . Cuni-- . benut.t spot for the g 4 ; f ."fob its affiliated schools, is, not a tain fees, but it expends many thousands institution. It requires cerdollars each year for the, ben- ms KO aiAMii-.- tll.CN k I nr incrrnuuiEU iXIKO." CRA' . t the ulU-.- i wnyii ur llttr up ttark jrant fur. wivka" TbU lulfn tliiB nileattafl .adJeO mil a . I re, m In four lie lirfllmrhiiML- After h .KlMirt ertvk tif UiiHrOtl plvmiut tiifjr rf otl-- u left In ? It tit ut that atar I Ll thv au rinKarla1. And Unit twnc from afar Ilaa iwtrM vvvrithe world. Evtry harth la allamt. and tha beauti ful tins In the home uf the nation King tl! Im Ujat Jeeue le IVK Aye, Vween Worth iKOWiTO-MEU- OrtgJnly theCbrlitm uw In tho 4iiiihHet of w quit re am n srvflt liapruTiHnt lo luand no nut wfco kt tlinu ran help rllilim .tbl thvy wlgbi rwuud Rruw tliaH-- all the . Tttry talk of Iniprmttia IhU Wliy. ifii plant twine Mttl ri bring. And we greet tn hie cradle our Saviour ami King That foiiici down through the night ti the bravenly throne e about to lira lovely evangel they An1 r erho Ihe'aong Ji. the.llRht. efit of Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arrar?-in- g as far as possible for students to earn and savo In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect tho character and reputation of the young people. Our students .como lnin the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea live in, College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training and gelling pay, according to the value of their labor. Except in wlatsr it is expected that all will have a chance to earn, a part, at their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming t seonre employ-mea- t. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing; laundry, postage, books, .eto ary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is (lie best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and. overshoes are necessary. STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, THE work jniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. Tl0 College asks no rent for the no buildings in which students live, chargiug .only enqiigh room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and, washing of ttedding and towels. For table board, without coffeo or extras, $1 .35 a week, in tbe fall, and HJO in winter; for furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for eaoh person. SCHOOL iFEES aro two. First a "DOLLAR. DEPOSIT," as guarantee or return f room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and ie returned AVhcn the student departs. . mr-.net- Costliest chutstmas gift. bMorgan'a Praaewt to 4Hla Qn Waa.a Houae. For WhxM tU Paid 4S0CUXXX It wna ttx late J. I'lerpont Uorjran who tcuc de oxtlUtit prvacnt ever betuwed In New York on a Corlatinn evr. aya,lb. Itruadnay MaKaxInu. Tlie jtlfL, to III" "on. waa a browiiMtuie pi Jo of n hundred nwiiw, with fifteen on the top floor. Jit roouia fur tbo I'tirtiiT of 'riilrylith ntxeet aud JluiUniin niciitje 'I'bv rlwd uf Rift roabiliied twt tbe uaioe of J. Pier pout MnrKHti. f"r (he ttnnorler pre ttM-'i- r' 'nldirliic, in't It! A BROKEN DGLL BBOWUtO TUB FINISHED TOTS TO CLAUB. SA.XT imonds make white ones, bright and shining like great round stars. Sap VTho ExohariRO' a depart-nitt- il phlreS turn Into deep blue spheres, turdovoUid to houueliolil ideas quoises make pale blue balls tbat look JV ,liy conlrihiitAl like the aumtner sky. and so on. As tbe s loll a fullvu-- how to bubbles crow 'to tbe desired size the inciul n hraken dull : workmen shake tbcjn gently off' their Ulitnl hrrtkup purls with, adhesive pipes on tbe Ice floor, tlere they are houHe In tlie Murpin cnutl .allowed to rest until tbey are frozen coivt plaslor tape. II will, bold llras roliaiy un Mndlwin uvetiue to Ills tutu Into hard, round, shiny, wonderfully On ono roriu'r IiiikI (tie original Jlur and ifaat (iKklluUeSy. colored 'bright balls to hang on kiddies CHCi. eibiuHUm. (Uiel ou tkve riubt 'by Christmas trees. It Is estimated that MAQtOAL R1ADING FOR i .LITTLE the timuulbreiit innrtifc intiaeuin nuri one man ran make 500 finished orna art CKllery dlliil with treawurea jnitti raonts tn a day. itho January Woman'a illomo red by Ihi- uiiter Morcuii trow nuioiii; In tbe crwit Hf iiun'liiinea of Europe Minei Give Output of Cold to Make ppoars a depariincnt Coniiibiiioii Kext nomeatetl Ptumlx TinseL (wiled "tPiio Kichatw" in which (Le lii'llJi'vJIortfiin hoiiH of Mm MertMtt Katterloe, Tbe great Klondike gold mines are givo readers Mr Jlorrutia ilnucliler. and adjolnlnc various flMntrihutors being worked day and night to supply tiiu U.'iJIL of prvwticxl sugrceetions XI im. SntterleetH Home la the borne of .1 tbo' demands of another room of tbe growiiiK out. of Uwir er)orJoncc. A I'lerpont Uuoi;it...lr , the rowtlleat pre great KlHclcr. where thousands of 'Workers sit stringing strips of Hhredded iTnncssee woiiuin tells as follows cut ever iiiuUkoii tin? Uluml of Mauhut an exivtidlttirv of cold oti threads to make tiuavl trim about uuffioal ireoding as ,a devico tnn. rvprvae-nilutnluga for the trees. Tbey wear great tUUMIil for lintcrovUu; littlo children: tliooe pectarle on the ends of their iitlle After hiiUMW, In I be "Mt.a you iriud to amueo aad upon vhiiui Clirltiiut exttvni aofkoIoVii rains round nosen, for this work Is a great keep ulet nwowtlif lively boner, nink iiiiuiuuibllea. 4. cluut strain on the eyes. Bach string la one readitur aloud to (Item? An moturcar. wii.e ortlluury Heeil Is a tulle long, und encb gnome ouiple(eK ailo dhoir lalorcst jnlle In run 4iilniiv easy vway to and coxilnc tbroe of theMe a day. is llO Ubslituto itllO flttlllOS of chil- - .SHIjaai. la n nietv lmcilvlle to a aiolle Rllrer tinsel Is nUo made In tbe aatiw ray Tbe fushlon lu tree trimming de drfttt tlwmsclvm for itluwe of tho beiitity who llnni ul tier mutora ae mauda the lavlwb uxe of this gorgeou charnotors in the atory. This 3im-pl- o aaiieii n pampered illttle tMMilty alio tlr Le .wiitits ever u lor adonuuent ed.of berrtollH cjiaiigo nets like maic." car. und Rer.f nxter and Na fitororooma For Santa laju. ran oridUjE I It .avn In oIxhIIcikv 'In her wIhIi tli:il Santa has uo aeed for storerooms in !! a if p Itiejir no Iiiiui n i tlurlem Hut, with wblcb to taek bU llulsbed toys and fuldlcc ImhI, luble nttj M'lwnite rum tree decora tlous. The demand la mi IOW T MWE OTJTER.'&TEW tlui Jaiuiarv NVoraau's lioruo imrtiuentK. etiuie into iuiliu; od nddeit great and so Immediate that dlnMIr Companion I'tnnio Merritt I1 armed , tii.tueifnmllv egH9iillluc(ui j'.'i.ua). Faxinfo Merritt Farmer, oookcry thing are ilnWbed tbey are packed cookery editor of that publication.! Aud itfler mitonuiblle nn4ille'tn tbe editor of the Woman's Homo Com loaded on to Jiutuvusc sleighs und Hfclp presents a number of new recipos Jpwelera. Iliuinonil tiara ut UX).HOU panlon, preseata a number of MRccl- - ped to l atatkiua wblch be tnu situated In every city all over tlie world under tho caption "What to Servo the nnleiiieti In (he dluwoutl bouet pes for October" in tho Oeicbor issue- - and usually In aucb places aa depart uri'biraa ut on January Days and How to Make cny, are aim iiikmiiiiiiiiii It." Following is her rcclpo for i'jilellde. Mild it dliiiiiutid tiara u pHr of that publication. Among' them is ment sturen or toy aud candy shop ufHlr tlintloeK not ut n')rilmat.'ly places are Bometlmes her rccipa for Boston oyster alow filled he ereuwIh'ii all tbeae odd corners .bread griddlo cakes: Clwu.Otm hide tbeui iu "Add two Inblcspoonfuls butter which follows: of people's houses. That U bow II cupfuls hot ivid ono and one-ha- lf Younger Santa Ctaua. aVnud comes that one often accidentally will "Put ono quart of oysters in -of ls inilk to ono nnd ono rieife Hp)toliit n younger Mutu And tlilur tucked away lu tbe most and pour over (iiree- - unusual places. old IIJJjioIx .colander slaJo bread crumbs, and soak until Claui. wrote in eight-yea- r Years ugo be would use bis reindeer crumbs aro soft; then add two eggs, girl to I'oxtiiubflor (Jetieral lliirieau fourths cupful of cold water. Care-fui-ly "Oniudpii aaya be ujmI tu nifiiclo toaspoonful of well beaten, ono-ha- lf remove to carry the loaded sleighs to stations. pick over oysters, IiIm linum- - Minn be wiik n little boy. ao And of tea they were so worn out by cupful of flour, salt and one-ha- lf be uiiiKt be pretty old by thla time, aud touch muscles from lull of Ihein overwork I hut tbey were undt for mixed and sifted with four old to come to oiy and slightly chop remniaing I'm nfruld be'a too half driving on Christmas eve. tint now It of baking powder. Drop bouae." with removed tough musejes. Add la quite different. Since motor trucks a greased gridby spoonfuls on a hot Mr llurlewiti wrote to Bit .that chopped oysters to water drained have come Into use Santa bus bought dle. Cook on ono side; whon puffed peraonnl repiexeiiimlve of Santa- C'lau through colander, heat to tho boil 32fi to do tills heavy work fur blm. Boiuethlng ought to be told tbe kid full of bubbles and cooked on edges would ultetid tu her wutita. ing point and let simmer three min die of the character und habits of the turn an cook other sido." utes. Strain through a double little toHers who umke incli toys. Tbey Father Chriltmaa. thickness of cheesecloth, add re- are an entirely illtlereut klud of crea- Here coin nl.i ruttiei I hrlatma HAVE A NAME AND TRADE-MARWith round of fife and nruma served soft part of oysters, and cook (urea trout miy which we. who do nut FOR YOUR TARM With ininleiix- - amiul nia Diowa until oysters aro plump. Remove oys-to- rs lire at the north l)le. bare ever seen tfa nierrlly be comra Fnrm and Fireside says: Tbey lire very kiiiiiii of mature, with Ilia anna are full of all good cheer; with a skimmer, nnd put in a "Naming tho farm Is fun. FarmIII fare nth lauah'er Kluua, cupful of large bend unit queer elttu laces We tureen with any nuiirrhold nra He ehlnra like ing tho nomo Is business. Put it of would call litem gnome nr elves, but tablcspoonful Ami.! I he crurl annwa butter, ono-ha- lf on tlin linrn. and on tho mall box, Tbey have tfatita ciiIIk them lollies He la I he oil folk I'hrlMmaa toaspoonful of bright. Niliichlci-msalt, and eyes widen dum-He earnia their nraita like wine, and on tho letters that go Inlo tho peprrr. Add oyster liquor stralnod with delight ovei llielr pretty" handiHe Ihawe then w Inter mtn apnng moil box; put it on tho crates and . And make then fare mine a sV'ond time and ono quart of work. I he inerrlexl laugh und aweelest barrels you haul to market. Aim Hurrah fui Kallier rhri'liuaa! scalded milk. Always remember to Mtlle viin-etvllli'll Keep up U coilttn-juiistands all the merrv Delia lima for quality In all tho namo And brum the nrHii.-ir- e ill arnund aniiuipiiiiiiiieiii tn heir tusks. mild milk In u double boiler, which t for. Mako it, your Irado.mark, and Tu har the lale h irlia World. overcomes tho danger of scorching.) New York lliwe lerry t'ooke. it will Incroaso your IrwJo in Um Coiuiianlnn appears calJod tin the Diccmlcr, Wowan's Home department Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on, expenses for. care uf ohool' buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or service of teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Feo for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy arid Nor-- t iual 50.00 and $7.00 in Goillegiale course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent, by the term, board by the half term. Installments aro as follows: WINTER TERM Incidental Fee Koom OUNATION VOCATIONAL AND, SCHOOLS ACADEMY -- Board, 6 weeks Amount due first of term Board 6 wks, duo middle of term Total for term Incidental Feo noom Board, 5 weeks $ 5.00 6.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 AND NORMAL $ 6.00 COLLCd $ 7.00. 750 0.00 $22.20 9.00 9&y $23.20 70- - chll-oVeai- by '$29.00 SPRING TERM $ G.00 0 '$3150 $6.00 COO 332-2I- J S700 5.00 6.75 $18.75 o!75 0.75 0.75 to rivrt Amount duo first of term .... $15.75 Board, 5 weeks, due middle of term 6.75 Total for term laundry. '$2250 $17.75 0.75 'liso $25.50 (ie-ia- 'This does not includo tho dollar deposit nor money for books or Special Expenses Business. Winter 1 lialf-cupfu- - K one-four- th ono-eigh- th s n Sfrimjr Total Stenography and Typewriting $12.00 $10.00 $360d Bookkeeping (brief courso) 12.00 10.00 36.00 Bookkeeping (regular courso) 6.00 5.00 18.00 Business course for students in other departments: Stenography 9.00 7.50 27.00 Typewriting, with ono hour's use of instrument 6.00 5.00 18.00 Com. Law, Com. Ceog., Com. Arith., or Penmanship, each 1.80 1.50 5,40 In no caso will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per lorm. Any young man 01 young woman can get an oducatlou ot Berea if thcro is tho will to do so. It is a great advantago to conlinuo during winter and spring and havo a full year of continuous study. Many young people wasto time-i-n tho public schools going over and over tho samo things, when they might bo improving much faster by coming to Borea and starting in on now studies with some of tho best young men ond women from other counties and states. Applicants' must bring; or send a testimonial showing- they above 16 years old, In good health, and of food character that may are This be signed by tome former Berea atudent or some reliable teacher or nelcn-boThe use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, , Winter Term opens Jan. 5, 1915. Get ready; be on time! For information or friendly odvico wrlto lo the Secretary, able-bodied r. market." Servo with oysters." MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea. Ky. - lago EighL THE CITIZKN December 21, 1014. MADISON COUNTY Don't say Flour to your merchants, say "I want Zaring's Patent Flour" then you are sure of the best biscuit. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Ho conMpo4M yMffcr4 N)fM slfaed not for publication, bmt ! erMeaca of food fill by the writer. The Mm taltt. Writs Utty. The School House Stove. Many schools are still in session. The health and comfort of the children depends upon the school house stove. If that stove is doing business as it should the chifdren will come, and the last weeks of school be the most profitable of all. Let teachers and trustees fix the stove, and parents see to it that the children do not miss one precious day of schooling. Samuel Rico has been in Herea for some time and expects to spend the Sand Gap Sand Gap, Dec. 2!. Winter Is holidays there. BREATHITT COUNTY hero in earnest and many think the night of the 1 ftli the coldest for Lambrlo 10 years. Miss Mary Cook, who has Lambric, Dec. 18. Rill Wndklns been seriously ill with rheumatism, died at this placo last Tuesday. He is able to ho out again. The school was a victim of consumption. Old at this place closed the l tlh with a men say that these nights aro the nice entertainment and candy treat, coldest they ever experienced. BusThe most interesting feature of iness is getting better In this vicinithe day was a recitation by E. E. ty. A lot of boys went fox hunting Durham, entitled, 'The Flap of Our Thursday but caught nothing. Sam Nation." All are sorry that sohool Carientor was tho lowest bidder on is out. The teacher, Miss Susie tho culvert to bo built across the Watson, will ho sadly missed, as Ho secured tho job for branch. she is n pleasant person and an ablo $100. The Rev. E. J. Mcllay who leader in Sunday school, prayer has been holding a series of meet meeting, and all religious affairs ings hero has gone back to his home Married, Thursday afternoon at the in North Carolina. home of the bride, Miss Mary Allie ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Johnson and Charley Lunsford. The Boone hrido is the beautiful and charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Green Boone, Dec. 21. Christmas time is Johnson of this place, and the groom drawing near. People are gathering over is a proseperous young farmer and around the firesides talking a ton of the widow, Mrs. Allen Luna tho European War. Wc had a line ford of Clover Bottom. They have snow and it is all gone by a rain tlio best wishes of their many and it is still raining today,' Olla friends. The charitable "stork" Bowman of Canada is visiting Leo fllew over the homo of Mr. and Mrs, Wren. James Grant is slowly re C. S. Durham, the 3rd inst. and covering from a long sick spell. dropped down their chimney an William Watklns of Villa Grove, 111 eleven pound boy, in whom they are is visiting in this part. Joseph well pleased. They christened him King's father is very sick-Bo- rn, into the homo of H P. Blair last Donne!. Merry Christmas to all. week, a flno baby boy. Mrs. Thur- Drip Rock sio Blair, wife of B. H. Blair, is very Drip Rock, Dec. 20. Monroe Car- sick, but is recovering slowly. G. L. roll, who has been in the army for Wren has erected a new grist mill three years, returned homo tho 18th and corn crusher in our neighborinstj Marriod about two weeks ago, hood. Newton Richmond is still doMr. Logan Miller of this placo, ing cood in the canvassing business. who is teaching school at Wanton W. M. Kirby and family was viso. Flat an.d Miss Dennic Frost of iting Charley Wren of Cartcrsville Wc wish the young couple a last week on account of sickness of long and happy life. Rpv. F. M. his children.' rhcy. arc now finishCox and family have moved to Es- ing up Fair View church house till County. Joint H. Russell, who and will soon bo ready for a revival. has been sick for some timo died Sunday school is still progressing He leaves a host of nicely. Attendance is small owing tho 18th. friends to mourn his loss. Jesse to bad weather. We are now hopfree Richardson, Sr., is improving slowly ing for a joyful Christinas after having his foot cut so badly from drunkedncss and unkind deeds. some time ago. John H. Webb has Gauley recently bought two goats from W. C. Gauloy, Deo. 22, A meeting just Lakes of Wind Cave. Ho says ho is at Union Baptist church, held going into tho goat business. J. E. closed by ciders D. Parker and II. L. PondSparknian's school closes December er. 13 for baptism, t by lelter and 25th. Ho says ho is going to treat I by restoration were the results of tho children with candy until they tho meeting. Ben. Ponder and Miss arc so sweet they will stick to tho Cordio Mulling were (juietely joined having bushes. Wo aro some in wedlock Friday tho 18th at tho mighty cold weather and plenty of brido's home, Mrs. Martha Mullins. snow. Ebb Webb is carrying tho H. L. Ponder officiated; Charley Bond mail from Irvine this week and has from Raulston, got his feet frost bitten. David Mc- and wifo returned at Ky., where ho went to work Queen had a lino maro to die a fow days ago.-W- ith best wishes to Tho'back ,10mwMr8. garah Louis con- Citizen and its many readers London, starting for templates Grayhawk I'hursday tho 2ith, to spend Christ Grayhawk, Dec. 21. Many fann- mas with her mother, Mrs. Nannio ers aro not dono gathering corn. Ponder. Luther Morris is building Corn is damaging in tho shock. him a new house on his father's Mr. Sherman is better. His fool has place. Charley Bond is hack from been bothering him much. There, Raulston. John Halcum is going to will be a Christinas treo at Gray-- 1 move into Sam Millers property on hawk on tho 21th given by tho Branch. Hurrah for Tho day School. Everybody invited. Citizen, from a subscriber. JACKSON CO DUTY Mc-KoStin-jTraco Walnut Moadow Wnliuil Meadow, Dec. 20 Weather still continues bad, No work doing except tobacco Blrlpplngr Most everybody has colds Oscar Shockley had a mtilo get down on tho Ico in tho creek and chill to ileal h. Lowis Vaughn had n maro to dio 0110 night not long ago after imttng her supper. Thn animal died with her head In her Iroinrh Mn Oscar Shockley has been real sick, hut is better now. Lilllo Charlio Fortune- who cot. his loir lirnk..,. two weeks ago Is gelling alone splendidly now. Mosaic ami Pearl McOulre. who have boon slnvinir with their ntint, Mrs. Tom Ogg, for a mouth, relumed to their home at Hire Station, today. Dillard a discharged soldier of Moxlco, is inaKing an oxientloil visit with griindfalher, Stephen (ireen Joo (filbert's school closed Krlilnv. nn.i had a very nice lilllo entertainment, u treat for nil tho children, and a special treat to lhu four faithful ones who "never missed a day." and tho four who received the most "head marks." one in each siMillimr class. Tom Ogg and wife attended llio wedding of YvVss Johnson and Miss Ileda Davis at the home of the bride on Boone street. Tluv were married Thursday it. m. linv. hnglish performing tho ceremony .M. II. .Ml'till rl llf II If.. Klnllnn looking after business Inlerusts this vicinity. . Coyla Oiyle, Dec. 1!!. Mr. and Mrs. Kid. en Maker have gone to I'anola to visit their brother and sister for n while, Arch .Murray purchased a lino jersey calf from J. J. Hale fur Miss Mollie Fortune- was called to Herea on account of a little sick brother who has his leg broken. leswo binipson returned from llli- iiom last week. Mr. and Mrs. I'nrko Warford aro on their way here from 'I hoy slopped Illinois. over nt Lawrencehurg to visit relative n few days,-Colon- el Fortune of Illi nois i visilfiik' Ills cousin. Mrs Curk Tharp, for a son rox cioseil Ills school tho lutli. Wishing all Thd Citizen readers a .Merry Christinas and a Hannv Now Year. whiles-Hender- Look out next week for soma cont things from Berea College. MonumenU and Headstones fcJ M Christ Born Hnew By Cora H. Mateon Ooloon 1 m3 A well Lettered and Cut .Memorial costs no more than shoddy woik. Write for Trices. "Th Quality Shop" Jno. Hansroo4 Mgr. cradle IJ I ilSik0VC the bead, bends a wo- man's A . Hnd lips say boly grace. Cbe halo that a Star of Betb-lebesbed Gncircles ber young face. M ili vj Berea Ky. KeBtBcky Hiitery is Ostlise CorrcUtet with U. S. History Price 25 Cants m Mies Maggie Reynold Bos 46 NIcIioUstIIU. Ky. CINCINNATI MARKETS wa mjbougbts those of world quests wee feet may pursue. Set heart to beating wild, for Christ unto the earth is born anew Cditb each new little child. a dip - -- o v - - iiffl Herea, Ky., Nov. The AmerlcHti Rolling Mill Company, 'Mlddletown, Ohio it, 1914 Genllnnen: pipe here was duet" bad workmanship In jour departments. Mr. Lengfell. ner does all tho work for our College and as Me have hundred of stoves, furiuctk, etc. we 11111M demand of him the highest grade of workmanship together with material ohtalnalile In thli locality." a "I note fronr. jcur letter of Not. j that the defrctlre limed 4(f4Vc Wheat- - No. 2 red !.1901 19, No, 3 rod Sl.nCf 1,18. No. 4 red JLlltfUH. rou I try Ileus, & lbs and over, 12c: lbs, 3Vt Urn and over. 10ic; under 3 c; young HtnRKy 10c; roosters, roosters, 'J'.ic; uprliiKcrs, over l'i io, lU'i i'i lo anil uiKier, 14c: ycung, spring (luckR, 4 Ihs and over, He; sprhiK ducks, over 3 lbs, 12c; ducks, white, under 3 lbs, 10c: colored, 10c; young hen tuikuys, 8 lbs and over. li'Vic; young torn turkeys, loo; cull turkeys, Se. KggH l'rlnio flrats 3Cc, llrsts 34 Vic, ordluury II ruts 24c, bpcoiiiU 22c. Cattle Shippers li.2r.8, butcher good to steers, oxtru cnolctt $S.76i(7.25, common to fair I4.60gj6.60; hclfora extra $0.76(1-7- , U'.-- Corn No. 1 white 67c, No. 2 whlta 66HirC7c, No. 3 white 6frC64c, No. 4 white CtifiCSHc No. 1 yellow CCO iCHc, No. 'i yellow fi66(iViC No. 3 yollow 6&Vifttitic. No. 4 yellow 64H 05c. No. 1 mixed liGc, No. 2 mixed t5 (itHiic No. 3 mixed 64UiiG5c. No. 4 mixed Ct(J6tMc. whlto ear li46Cc, youow ear t.rij(i;7c. mixed OtCfCtic. Hay No. 1 timothy 19.26. No. 7 timothy ill:::.. No. 3 t.mothy HDft 1C.C0, No. 1 clowr mixed lb(TlS.b0, .No. 'J inner mixed lldU 10.60. No. 1 clover $18.00, No. i rlovor $16.60. OaU- - No. 2 uhlto 00 KG tic, BtaM urd 60tfi60ic No. 3 white S()i, No, I 4Kf4c. No. 2 mixed i'J'.j 4iC0c. No. 3 mixed 49f494c, No. 4 jV t 1 11 x Kood to eholcu ? 5.75 11.05, common to fair 4.5 W5.D3; cowh, oxtru 5.75WC, good lo rholco (6.2CO&.C0, coiamou to tair :tCfu; cauuers HiiUh- - IIoIokiiu $5.26(0, extra 10.10 letter from Mr, Taylor to the above mill, new pipe free of charge because material was defective. Is h This Mr. Taylor got Dots jour mppljr 70a boaht is sot 0. K? BETTER Isait furoiib yoa with s acw Pipe, KhI or Cuttcrsog If wbit OF TEMPLE YOU. HAVE YOUR WORK DONE BY THE MAN WHO PROTECTS HENRY LENGFELLNER Tinshop on Jack ion Street, Bcrea, Ky. Phone 7 or 187 MOSQUE. O ,7 U,V occupie 1 tm Ofi.25, fat bulls f6G.26. Culves Kxtra VJV0.2tj, fair to good $7&8.r0, common and largo HE0. IIoks Helcctcd heavy WMtil.XQ, Kood to eholcu packers and butchers 1741)7.10, mixed packers ?0.60O7, stags $4.&0O6.76, common to choice' heavy fat bows $5.60(6.GO, light shlppon 10.250)7.10, plgB (110 lbs and less) 6 07.10. Sheep Kxtra cholco $t.2&04.76, good J4.7C07, common to 2.7604. tall ta rit WM ' Lambs Extra S7.6O07.9O, $8, good to choice common to fair JC07.25.