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BOWMAN, AbtMl Miu frMf-if- mOST, MnltrM fit IS rlnm mlOHT nt flrrta, AY, an fmut Devoted to tlie Interests of tlie 3ou.nttlxi People JJKtlKA, The Citizen MADISON COUNTY. KKNTUCKY, DKCKMIlKn 31, I0M. Knowledge Is poww- - ami U . ,' war to keep up with knowledge newspaper. deni it to read f(4 Wo. 27. Vol. XVI. FJvo Cenla a Copy. One Dollar a Year, Don't Carry a Gun Tlie United Stales and Canada liave a frontier of 3,000 miles, witliout a single fortified post to mark it. And we have had peace along that frontier for just 100 years. We have saved our money for better purposes, and we have avoided war. Why should not all the world do the same way? A . Letter to Parents .. . To Young Men and .Women What Politics are For Why do we have elections every fall? In order to elect men to office. Hut why do we have the offices? In order to stop crime, improve highways, and "to promote the general welfare." Why do we have political parties? So as to concentrate votes and decide what things the people want. Now there are two kinds of public officers: those who make laws and determine the actions of government; and those who merely execute the laws and do the business of the government. The men who make the laws and determine the actions of government ought to be changed whenever the people change in their opinion. Hut the business agents of government ought to be kept in as long as possible so the government need not pay high salaries, and 'may get the benefit of their experience. These business agents of the government, clerks, soldiers, postmasters and such like, have nothing to do with parties. They are just civil service and military service men. The Civil Service Reform movement has aimed to get the Civil Service out of politics, just as the Military Services is out of politics. Many offices that were once subject to change when there was a change of the party in power arc now made unchangable. This improves the Civil Service, and lessens the selfish motives at work in political parties. Political parties ought to be "to promote the general wclfare,"'and not to get overpaid offices for anybody. CONTENTS PACE 1 Who Have Some Ambition Dear Fathers nnd Mothers: fleet them lo love, and tho brain If there Is one thing "dead suro't power that Is developed in them it is thai you love the children GodHheso things will mako for their Secretary Vaugbn tolls mo of the slaying at borne. But it costs "Mmppinoss and usefulness has given you forever, largo number of letters bo lias hail resolution. It rcnuirrs you to 2e How can you best show that love vow n,.rca iim. , mnk from young pcopto who aro studying bravo enough to Icavo homo, and JB 1 education posslblo for every boy and about coming to school this winter. do new and hard things. Do mil girl in the mountains. Thousands Let mo send a friendly word to start out unless you aro convince) havo como to us from very humble each ono of you. thai education is worth something, j homes, often walking long distances Ono thing is sure: tbo time for you and that you nro. ready to pay tin with only a few dollars in their to get some Education is now. Hun- price. pockets, and have gono back rich in dreds of and poplo tell us thoy aro' But Iho great ever suro thing Js good habits, good ideas, skill and sorry they aid not go to school last that nobody has Manybeen sorrjf'Ae courage for tho duties of life. havo como T year, or tho year before, because came to Baraa. Some rich people send their chil- now they aro lied up nnd fjnd It is thousand miles, many havo Blartea out when the tears enmo at 'lt dren to Itcrea, but they understand too late. thought of leaving homo folks; majjy Hint they will have no advantages Another surq thing la that even hero because of their money. They ono term at Derca, almost always. havo workcoT' hard to carniha nionoyj many havo had a hard limp: must sharo In the manual labor. makes a life-lodiiTcrcnco with .v with their studies; but nobody vlrt Tho belter rooms nro not rented to young man or a young lady. Thoy those who can pay most, but to those get new ideas, they make now really tried, even for a few weclrj,) has been sorry afterwards. EyeJar' who havo stayed longest. In Derca. friends, they double their power to ono bns found that it paid paid And all students must abstain from think and to act. lasting satisfaction, paid in a large?, tobacco, and from tho foolish andi Hut education always costs some- manhood or womanhood, paid "Mr criminal "pranks" so common In' thing. It costs eomo monoy, though greater earning power. Il will ,60 colleges. 1 tho cost al Iterca is lilllo more than so with you. Nearly all Ilerca students are tho earnest, bright, sensible kind, and! 'sIRIbsisibK your son or daughter will be greatly I isi. bcncllled by joining such a com- UNITED STATES NEWS pany. It is easy to see why Bcrea students excel in scholarship and in VON sure progress in their studies. President Frost Send your young folks to Derca, WRECKED 1 and pray for them and for their and insure them happiness? by homo training, and then teachers. First German Advance On Warsav'f? , t I I! iy euucuuon m scuoui. BOMB HURLEDBV FANATIC AT Canilv tbev will eat nn. clothes! flecked. FEET OF 6 W Avi WTt LE H N D U they will wear out, property they SERVICE IS ON. may lose. Hut Die habits you train into Ihcm, and tho principles i MAY HAVE TO TURN AND Thower la Killed anq Fjve, Are) In.TornTOp-- and jured Platform : ng I k RUSSIANS STOP MNDENBURB TEMPLE 1 I f it, v Happy N'w Year. ediDon't Carry a Oun: W hat 1'olilirs arc For. To Now and (Mil Students, -- hotter to l'nri'iils. To Young Men anil Women Who Havo S01110 Anibi-lio-- Hemline Tbo Citizen. Our Own State News. United States News. War anil World 1. torials: n. News. PAGE 2. A Ilolrospection by n Citizen of Dreyfus. In Tho Homo. How Children Should Live. Rejoicings Upon tho New Year's Coming or Age. To tho Happy New Year. Sermon, excuses for Not Becoming n Christian. In- ternational son. PAGE Sunday School Les- Agriculture. Christinas as it Canio to Me. Chinch Hug Invasion. Orchard Cleanings Dairy. Hoad Huild. ing. Interesting Facts About War. the FooUanil-Mout- h 4.-L- ocal PAGE PAGE 5. PAGE Hems. College nnd Other News. Cigarette. Hy Orison Sweet Marden. United States Sain Offers All News. Undo Americans a Chanco to Feed Starving Hclgium. PAGE 7.- - Friends You Will Meet, at Uor,n. Directions for Now Students. Tho Citien Prizo Ks say and Picture of Winner. News. PAGE 8. Kast Kentucky ThhiKS to Hegin to Cultivate In tho Now Year. Cincinnati Markets. BllAVE SOULS NEEDED Tho call to follow Christ Is tainly tho cnl to ho brave. For some rensmi or oilier tho artists of tho early and middle ages were led tho gentleness to nature. mid meekness of Ohrist's One cannot help feeling in reading the Gospel narratives in tho struu-110atmosphere of tho twentieth century that thoro was much of sternness and hardy, intense activity in Hint brief life of Jesus. Ho was not afraid to attack, single-bande- d, tho world's forces of evil. to atHo calls upon his followers tack them in tho same whole-heartand strenuous fashion. The Christian Herald. zo U8 ed J cer- Latest Heports From the Eastern Tfii-ate- r of War Seem to Indicate tijo Western Newtpaper Union News Service Strategical Superiority of Russian Louis Vavara, be San Franclfco. On the Western' Bjttto Campaign lie veil to havo been a religious fanatic, TO NEW AND OLD STUDENTS wrecked the Hindu templo at Filbert Line Severe Storms Have Tempora. anil Webster streets, ivhcn ho exrlly Compelled a Lull In Fighting. A few words of direction and adploded a dynainlto bomb at tho feel should bo acceptable to old vice Trlgunutlta during of the Swaml Iondon, Doc. 29. From tho eaatcra sU'tlenls ns well as to the new com..theater of war the latest ofllclat reservices. ers. Vavara was killed, tlio bomb blow ports point to strategical euperlorliy We are anxious to aiil you in ing him almost In two. Tho Swaml for Russia. Vou Hlndenburg has been was cut badly about tho legs and feet stopped lt full strldo bofoie Warsaw every way possible to save you Of tho congregation, about 35 perilous tho Austrlans havo been routed wlttt money, time and worry on your savage thoroughness In western (Jail-clfour wort) Injured. trips from distant homo (o Heron. and only tho German movement Vavara was known to all of the The following suggestions should bo members of the congregation. Ho was from Mtawa Is threatening. noted: Potrograd says that von Hlndenburg an inmate ot tho monastery, which If Don't carry very much loose maintained on the third floor ot the Is Imperiled by tho Austrian debacle money in your pockets but send teniplc, up to two years ago, when he and must turn'anil ran for It unless Jie Iho College Treasurer a draft, or was ousted. He kept away until Christ decides to nttemtit the tmpossirdfi.. money order for tho first payment. mas and was greeted by bla former Th.o UtisslaiiB Bro now surging toward. Cracow onco moro nnd aro marching, associates that day A representative of tho Collego -- . Ho strode quickly by tho doorkeep- rapidly to begin ancf!ij sIcbou will Ik! on every train from Monday er, K. C. Drown, and walked down the Autrlan Forces Retreating. until Thursday to lake your trunk renter ala!o-o- l the templo. Ho la be checks. The transfer of your trunks Reading the Citizen Tho Austrian general staff acknowi-- ' lieved to have carried tho momb un edges as frcnkly us would be expcctcD will cost Ific and you will bo redcr his coat, until getting Inside, and tbo roverse In (Jallcla, uaylng that Auslieved of all responsibility until you then to have transfer red It to his hat trian forces nro New nnd old students should club( You want Tho Citizen and ono of retroUlns from tiro havo secured your room. No ono Interfered with htm ns ho ap Groups of ten or more who meet the premiums on our special propo- together by twos and get Tho Cit- proached the platinorm from which Russian offensive along the Dlala,; that Russian attacks failed further to Two bonalldo the Swaml was preaching. izen Fountain pen. al any of tho following stations in sitions. Dunajeo and tho on tho secures tho premium. Lifting tho bomb from his hat lu NIda,north that tho time may' secure party tickets at The Citizen Knifo free with ono new names lighting continues on and moved it up and down three times and tbo Pilltza. tho Party Ticket Hate of So a mile. bonalldo new subscription and ten Hero is a lino sclicmo if you novcr brought It down with a crash on the Train Schedule cents extra. The Uorman war ofllco has no comtook Tho Citizen. Oivo us your subplatform. Leave Knoxvillo Arrive al Heron ment to mako of nny uows value. scription and somo friends' nnd you Thcro was a deafening report and Nothing whatever from Kast Prussia Tho Citizen Fountain Pen free 7:(X)a.m. 1:03 p.m. two bonalldo new subscriptions will gel the pen worth Iho money all of tho windows of tho (cmplo wore or from Poland north of the Vistula, i 55 p.m. with lii:2t p.m. you pay us, 92.00. blown Into the streetx. Glass wat and tho only statement made as to tiro I0:.ri0 p.m. 3:51 a.m. for ono year. ' You need Tho Citizen becauso it thrown a dlstaaco of about a hundrec situation vOBt of Warsaw Is "our I.eavo Johnson City Arrivo Beroa Tho Household Guide free for one feet. Within toinplo tboro was a aro developing along tho loft bo-things and does panic and the tho by Appalachia, Va. Injured run iscreamluf bank of tbo Vistula notwithstanding bonalldo new subscriptions for one stands for the not hesitate to give them to you. Into tho streets. 5:15 p.m. year. tho unfavorable weather." Tho platform on which tho Bwara 8:25 p.m. 3:5t a.m. Hundreds of our readers havo en- Starmt Check Fighting. Hilda Symbols fortwo bonalldo Leave Hazard Arrivo Horea joyed Tho Land of Broken Promises. stood was smashed Into kindling wood Plcrco storms In Flanders and uio.i. now subscriptions for ono year, Tho floor was blown up, pictures be 12:35, Midnight i 7:18 a.m. You will surely regret it if you l.ofk out for another good serial hind tho altar were torn from theti of northom Kranco compelled n cesLeave Ashland tlio-ntArrivo Herrn frames and a pintu) ami organ wrrt sation ot lighting in the western don't get in on this big offer wo nro early in January. 1:35 a.m. 12:37 p.m. I oi war, tho Krciu:U government wrecked. making on our tine lino of premiums. Homo I.eavo Cincinnati, O. advances were Arrivo Herea Immediately after tho explosion ro announces. H:(xt a.m. : f r a.m. lief was given to tho victims. Thou made, howcor, In tho Argonno. Ttio It makes no diiTerenco to whom wo OUR OWN STATE of tho congregation who might lnn Germans In Handera wero driven from 8:15 p.m. 12:35 Midnight send Tho Citizen, tho worse the bet Mmbaert!do to tbD known any oauw for Vavara'tt act lin Wishing you n pleasant journey ter as wo nro suro It will do them mediately began to toll conflict!": Kind dunus, but tho French lost a secand a successful nnd enthusiastic good to read what wo have for Ihein, nnd tbo investigation has k tion of trenches near UolleboUo on j stories Result of Quarrel arrival not later than January 0. so don't bo too particular whose or far been frultletttt In uncovering tin tho Yiue-- salient. In the resiou I remain, Mnysville, Ky, Doc. 20. Anderson names you send in with a dollar Lunu tho Kronoh gained nn eighty-yarcause. ... . . I,, Cordially yours, earn, you win get your rowarui ui Jones was shot and fatally wounded Vavara wus u machinist and war wldo lino ot truuehes. Tuoy gained on thu Aleu. o aud epui80d uttuctb m A.Marshall K. Vaughn. once. ;by Omar Robinson near Wedonia, employed In Oakland. lsace Thoro wero heavy artillery of this county, yesterday. They were Many nro taking advantage along the old center, parGIRLS UNDER IS tho fountain pen offer for two bona- celebrating Christmas and got into HOME DESTROYED BY FLAMES ticularly nr-- r Hheluts and I'erthca. argument, lloliiuson shooting According to the rules of tho In- lldo subscriptions for ono year at inn The Uormuu ofllclal stntomcnt saya Cambridge, Mass. At least flvo In that tho, nlllea ulong tho Dclglan coast stitution no girl under 15 can ho ad- ono dollar. This odor won't last Junes six times. Robinson made his mates of oscapo. tho Cambrldgo City Home wero supported by the Are of warships mitted except such ns llvo with par- long. Gut busy. Presbyterians Prepare for Revival lost their lives when tiro coniplctelj which killed citizens of Wobtondoj ent or guardian in Heron. An ellYirl You should bo u member of The out the thrco-etorburned stone that tho Hermans captured u trench at Lexington is being made, however, to provldo Citizen family because you will be structure on Tannery street. Fire near Ypres; that French attacks ueur Lexington, Ky., Deo. 2(3. The Pres- men at a lato hour wero searching Arras and southeast of Verdun wero for a few such girls In tho Rogers in good company. byterian churches of this city aro the rulne for posslblo additional bod- repulied. House, who may livo under tho caro of n responsiblo matron, pnylng n If you wish to ho with tho big preparing to iiulto in a monster re- ies. The flvo which wero recovered Italy Lands Troops In Albania. wore so badly burned that Idontlflca lilllo extra for such an accommoda- crowd, subscribe for Tho Citizen and vival to begin the latter part of - -Nalv -- ' o' it I I (Continued un Page Eight.) on Pago Elgin.) on rge rive.) tion. Address tho Secretary, Mar- bo happy. shall Vaughn. a, I I 11 Windows Broken. II : it d . y cit Winter Term Opens January 6, 1915 See page 7 Pago Two. rax CITIZEN December 31, 10141 The Citizen k IN THE HOME WHY "H0GMANAY7" fimllj nawspapar for all that Is right, trua and Intaraillng. ruhllhrJ every TllrttlJr t IXtta, Kr. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. WM. C. FROST. EdltorJCMel C II. WERTENBERGER. M.n.flnt Editor F. O. BOWMAN, Assi-UMsrussr Rejoicings Upon (lncnrpoml) the New Years Coming of Age By CHARLES LAMB Old War hrlnn dent! nml tbe New Vcurcumluu uf age. which he does by calendar uw til Sinn) a the breath In tint of otil cciitltMiiiiit's Isxly, nothing would serve the lotitig spark hut lie must give n dinner uxjn the occasion. to which nil the Days In the yeiir were tlirltrtl. The Festivals, whom he deputed ns his stewards, were inlgtitll.v taken with the notion They lind lievn engaged lime nut of niliul, (hey mild, lo providing mirth mid Rood rhr-e-r fur mortals below, uml It was time they should hnve n tssto of their uffji bounty. It was Mlniy dehnfed among them whether the Knrts should be ndmltted III-- : Subscription Rntua IN 'AVAUtK ADVANCK One Veir Sis Months . ThrtCv Months fl.oo bO A3 Various Explanations Given of Scotch Name For Ntw Year's Eve. It Is nut ii rill with New Year's even more tlutii with other holidays that a largo part of the observance should fall upon the eve rather than upon the day. In no other festival or fust Is nny single in o in en t so Important a tbe moment of midnight (but murks tbe change from the Illst of Doeembet to the 1st of January. That Is the i Excuses For Not! MHMTIONAL Becoming A f Christian 2 Rt REV. HOWARD POPE w M, MJr DsJs ImIi.h Oscst I SUNWSOKE Lesson (Tly o (Hiiro; influence MlMinr numhero will he glxlty supplied If we Now shed Thy mighty are notineu abroad Libera! trrms eiteri to anr who obtain new tcrlptlon for us. Any one .ending in four On souls that would their Father's any iilracrlptlnnscan receive The Citlren free imago e or Hspttss Money Send money by Order. Iirsft, Hrgiitereit Letter, oroneiind two stamp.. lent The ttate after your name on Ubel shows to wnsi nme your autwcription i paid. 11 it is not chanreiv.witliln three week after renewal VERSE FOR THIS WEEK lor nimii lor one year Advertising rales on application. MFMRKX bear; Mako us as holy temples of our God, the celebration, the I thing Itself which Is celebrated. The early ccrctimuleM lead up to It. Hint TEXT They nil with one consrnt brjran to make excuse. tuke Hill. the Inter ones begin with IL Nobody knows why the 31i of Quite often wi should lie railed llogmuiiiiy In meet this excuse, Scotland. In the north or I'ugluml this "I did something word Is llugmena. and In two ot onco which gave three other countries there nre inline-finn a bad record the day that sound a llltle like I. Very likely. ihiIiiI In or turning t B. 0. 8i:i.l.i:ita, Actios; Director Hnmtny flchool Course.) of LESSON FOR JANUARY 3 GOD'S PATIENCE Ti:XT-Juile WITH ISRAEL. slUIng, (lOI.DK.V TKXT- - I will heftl llistr baek. I will lote thrm fretly.-H- oa. Hit I.KHHOM l:7l. OP Whore dwells forever calm, adoring prayer. C. Q J. P. Spitta. Q RING OUT, YE BCLLSI KKNTUCKY CRKSR ASSOCIATION, No Wn Home nil Id the ap pearance of Miebr Whiskey Advertisements! Immodest 'News Item1' .A RETROSPECTION BY A CITIZEN OF DREYFUS, KY. James Lunsford of Dreyfus writes lis to the effect of the following: "I was born In Jackson County, Jul , 24, 1859, two years after the county was formed. The greater part of tho 55 years I have lived in this county. It has been my pleasure to bo in touch with the people "in one way or another all these years. I was honored by the pcoplo qf my county twice by being, elected to the office since ., of County Judge and have ..served as an ofllccr in other ofllccs. years I haye been a .For thlrty-Ilv- o minister of the Gospel; being identified with the Disciple Church and rendering most of tho service in the mountains. Tho known results of my labors arc represented by eleven hundred souls having been brought into the saving power of the 4 Master. I now want to mention some of tho improvements between now and my boyhood days. The common school system did not amount to much 55 years ago, in fact the parents were not interested in education. The school houses were built of round poles. No windows wero provided more than the cracks in tho walls. t n i rn provided. The seats wero simply logs split open and lcg3 put in them. There was no uso for a blackboard as they did not study arithmetic much. With the blue back spelling book as the only text; a well seasoned black hickory usually in the hands of a strong man as tho only restraint; and more than likely the teacher holding a license obtained from the educational board; wo can, ''see why so many children grew up 'not being ablo to read and write. , I could not read or write till I was oighleen years of age. I havo thought many times while struggling with the problems of life how very unfortunate for mo that such opportunities as Berea College offers to tho boys and girls of the present . wero not extended to me. I did not know the College and it did not find me. My father, William Lunsford, was a soldier in tho civil war, and died 'in tho service when I was three years old. My mother died when I was twelve years old, and then my enviromcnts wero such that I feel that I havo missed very much of life. When I compare tho conditions of today with thoso of nearly three score years that havo just passed and nolo tho changes for tho better in tho people, tho improve- . ment in educational work, better farming, better school houses, better teachers, better schools, better churches, better civilization, better morals, more christian refinement, young pcoplo taking hold of lifo as though it was worth living, I cannot help but attributo much of this to tho good work that Berea College has been and is doing. I speak from my own personal knowledge. I havo known young men and young ladies dcstiluto of means, who havo been taken by tho collcgo and havo been allowed to work tholr way in part and likely tho other part being do nated by some kind friend. Such havo obtained a good education and .oday are holding responsible positions and doing good work. I am in sympathy with tho efforts of the said college as it has benefited my family in the abovo mentioned ways. And now young men and ladies lako advantage of tho opportunities offered you today. You may neglect thiiiii but you will bo sorry when it is too lute. I recommend Tho Citizen for every homo,, becajiso.U, gives us' tho nows at home and abrpad reliable and clean. Morally U is sound. nc Ijgiously it has.no wararo lo wage upon any denomination.. It. helps us . Aa We Approach a Year. We approach u new nml untried year As tve rm its tliri"tiolil in meet new anil enniri:i.il opportunities let It he with it -- foilf;!-"! inrMWe In Increase our fmiil of mnmMlue. our strength uf character unr nml helpfulness ii liefore lonllz t IMS tllilt. lit "tile (line Is short May tlie t hunirlithave Iwen run tidcrlm; mi tuke uf hi the purposes liurn f tliem n r our lives will he sweeter happier inure prnetlenlly it in I iruh sun during (iiiih time if remain to us here mm hetter lltti-fur the ilutt-uf thill new lime which shall Is- - reek Olied nut lit tear iiiul ,.o end. Is-s- " every country where man New Yea-- ! the Deal inp, of the bells it the first herald of dawn of the holiday. For fifteen centuries, ever nnee Bishop Paulinus intrclu'.eH bells in the ceremonies of the Christian church, the custom tat been followed. It grew out of the an Cient habit of eorr.i(inp malig nant spirits with emmet so that the .journey of tne rlead into thn great beyond should be undisturbed The great bell of Moscow, the Liberty bell, John Ounyan's bell, the chimes of Old Christ church in Philadelphia, are some of the noted relics brazen whose throats,have told the coming of a new year. Modern skill has made the chimes a part of a complicated machine operated by electricity and played by the ringer much as a pianist sits before his instrument, but whether operated by old or modern methods the New Year's peals hold their place undisturbed in the affections of man. IN keeps lean, guests, with their faces, mortified would pervert the ends of the meet lng. Hilt the ob Jeetloa wan over ruled by Christ mas Day, who had a design tip on Ash Wednesday (as toii shall starved hihoii 1 1:1 HOW CHILDREN SHOULD LIVE Much KissiriQ on New Year's. The bent resolve to make at Oil It was the custom on New War, season is to resolve to make others .lay for all the cltlrcns, after they turn htippy This nut only brings happiness upon cm Ii ntliel during the (dit to others, but to ourselves It does to visit the governor In the evening in a great many ways. The nirrl- - not spring from the selfish desire to tneti and women together, where II oultural department is very helpful. lileilse ourselves by pleasing othern was the custom of the worthy I'eiei With the interest that I havo al Imt from that proper self love which to bestow upon each of the wives mid ready stated I tako tho libortv of prompts us to do for others what we maidens a hearty smack, thus setting would have them do for us In giving a writing this letter wihout being pleasure fashion that was no doubt carufiilli we rerelve pleasure, and thus followed by tbe rest of the men. Irv asked byariy'ono. the Npw Year Is made brighter ami lug's "Knickerbocker's History of New ' ' Yours very respectfully. happier fur ult Vork." "' ' James Lunsford. What children need they must depend upon thoso that know tholr needs, lo secure for them. They aro helpfcss. Children need to be saved from defective or wrong habits that act in tho life of the child as defects or deformities do in a child's body. Sometimes the habits arc even hard er to correct later and may cause oven more and inefficiency. They cripple lifo as do weak bones tho body. Sleep is necessary to life. Health depends upon its regularity and duration. Children unded 3. need 12 hours of sleep at night and a nap both morning and afternoon. Rest is needed for all tho body. Tho heart and lungs work night and day, but less at night. Tho eyes rest only in sleep, as docs tho nerv ous system. Upon its health de pends tho intelligence of tho child. Air in plenty, day and night, is a common need. Sleeping in closo and over-heatrooms fatigues in stead of refreshes a chilld. Lack of fresh air at night also deprives a child of a desire for food in tho morning. Exeroiso is needed in abundance, Dut children aro delicate and easily harmed permanently when young or growing rapidly. Violent play or oxortion, may leavo a boy with a weak heart for life. Strain or undue excitement may destroy tho nervous strength of a girl. Bathing tho skin aids tho body in s. disposing of A skin not cleansed becomes Inactive and often diseased. Thorough and completo washing with warm water is needed at least onco a day; for infants In tho morning; for others at night. Plungo baths and washing tho head and hair aro also important to health. Teeth and nails, require closo dally caro. Waste-produc- ts left in the system, poison it and foslur Exerciso, water, laxativo foods, prevent iheso dangers. Feed children. Rest them. Wash them. Provido waU;r, air, sunshine, exerciso. lth ed waste-productgenn-dis-cases. TUB behave himself In AI'IIIL FOOL OL'CJTS bis cup Only the Vigils were requested to come with their htutertis to light the Gentlefolk home at night All tbe Days ciime. Covers were for 3U" guests at the principal table, with un occnslounl knife and fork at the llelKnnl for tbe Twenty-nintof February. Cards or Invitation had becri Issued. The carriers were the Hours, twelve-lit- tle merry, whirligig foot pages that went all round nml found out the per sons Invited, with the exception o. Easter Day. Shrove Ttiesdny and o few such movables, who bad latelj shifted their quarters. Well, they are all met at last, foul Days, fine Days, all sorts of Days, and a rare din they made of II There was nothlDK but "Hall, fellow Day. well metr Only Ijidy Day seemed a llttlo scornful. Vet some said Twelfth Day cot her out. for she rnmo all royal and glittering nnd Kplphenous. Tho rest came In green, some In white, but old Lent and his family wero not yetjmt of mourning. Itnlny DJysMmeltrtlrlp-pinand Snnshlny Days laughing. Wed. ding Day was there In murrlitge tlnery Tay Duy enme late, and Doomsday seut wont he might be expected. April Foul took ukin himself to mar sbnl tbe gliosis, and May Day. with that sweetness peculiar to her, propos- ed the lien It li of the bust This being done, tbe lordly New Year, from the upper end of the table, returned tbnnks. Ash Wednesday, lielng now called upon for ii song, struck up a carol which Christmas Day had taught blm, Shrovetide, .Mayor's Day and April Fool next Joined In a glee. In which all the Days chimed In. All this while Valentino's Day kept conrtlui; urelty .May, who sat next to Dim. slipping amorous billets doux un der the table till the Dog Days began to be Jealous and to bark and rage exceedingly. At last the Days called for their cloaks and greatcoats and took their d desire In see how the old Dominie tvotiul benn and mighty n these. Several unlikely guesses haVT been made tit tbe origin of the word and they are as tinprutlinnie ns guess es miide eutlrur) without basts ol knowledge utmtly are tine ul tliem Is that Hie words "llogmauny, trol in lay," which oeetii In a song, are it cot rupllon of "llotmue est ne- trots rui la.' I'hU theory igriuies wltti a calm ness ot indinerenie that Is positively fHPclnntlng the fact thai the wonl t In a thousand othei troiluiny songs where It could not by any pus sllilc stretch or philological tmugln.i Hon mean "tnus rots in It Is ner set down oniy lo iliuirnte once more the nbstinl etreuiltr lo which the cniTo tot igniimniiy deriving wonl The word Hog will curry it victims iimnay was applied also to a certain dole or out cukes, sometimes ncconi pauleil by cheese, given to n child on this da v. The children of the oorei people went n I tout in eo in pun les ask lng these gifts, and the eopie who were more well to lo often cave them In such quantities that the problem wns rnther now to carry them man how to get them (Jolnc nlsiiit in inrge artles to visit nelghlior with one sort of cereuiouy or another formed a part ot tbe ob sort a nee ut tnnny an old custom in Kngland nnd Scotland, nut the pres ent tune se'in lo have been one ot the iinisi tuvured ot all in this respect iKi-ur- NOTE ALL YOUR OLD ERRORS. Some Suggestions For Starting Another Lao on Life's Journey. Although nllti most or us the custom of making nn elalwrate et of resolu tlon nil of them tn be broken (ht Imps In n week belonss in the past 't Is lif no means u lind Idea to sit Inn n and ipiletlv think over their slg nltleaiiee In 'aim retrospect Such n Is Indei-view lo Is- - enuimeiidi-Without making vain and foolish reso minus one mnv rnrefully note all er iirs mil viide as tunny of them it Misil,. during the nett e:ir If the piisl lear hn contained more ears than smile tear off Iheolfl page lth Us blots nnd mistakes, mid thron , I tiwiiv clean new heet. pure nnd Mf. lie-- before vnil Forget lo pit' f so mtieh iitol ennleniplate tin uiilitloti of tlime more unforturlate for hvgnn. i.;im. tour iii mentations iHirtiuiltles mid .la n for the future ) tract, up! If Hih f:iis have lieen un kind to yon tinting tin- - past year trt ir turn tbe tnlilc mi llieui nutv Do mil be dlscouniged with your lot .Meet It I, not nearly so tmrt t and face It . is it might It Is a gissl thing ul the begliiului.-i- f a fresh tenr. with the slate clean ol in make un efTorl to rid roiir-el- f huiiiiiu mistake ot that hamcterl-tlc putting inn great it value on the oplu .Much of the misery ni inn. of others imagined insert uf human ha ts origin In the most trifling cln-iiitances A negligible Incident will. It tiroiHli-oer. induce nit attack of tbe Mai's that may last for days. .Mailt voiing girl Jtll ttouien.aiid esiis-lallbudding Into nulla tit wnmnuh'Hxl, fre iiiently troik tlieiiwclies Into n stnti of anguish through worrying over reu or fancied tt rotig d d mr-elIs-s Ird Day went off In a deep black fog that wrapped tbe leave. Shortest little gentleman all round. Two Vigils so watcb men are called In II ea v en so w Christmas Day j3.IVt they had been used to tbe busl. safely home; To the Happy Little New Year J I I stout, sturdy pn You bring us happiness, delight, trol, called the Renewed each soul and heart tonight Fair child of purity and grace, EV" f St' 'hri, We liken to your soul ana face VALENTIf-KAN- t. MAT topher -- seelim A lily bright. wn.vr toiiktiieii. Ash WednexdiM In n condition little better limn old year diest now roseate grows The tie. e'en whipped in over hi The dawn o'er mountains capped with snows. shoulders, plckahitrk timulon, ami hr Your breath so faint, of fragrance rare. went Moating homo kinging Your smiling lips we would compsre On the bat's bark do I fly, To blushing rose. and a nnnilx-- r of old snatches besldex Longest )nv set on westward In benn Athwart the east a ruddy bar, tlful crimson nml gold: the rest, some Your father, Time, awaits your car. In one fiihlnn, some In another Ittit When you alight what glad surprise, Valentine nnd pretty May took their What happiness, shines in your eyes, Bright morning start departure tuaether In one of the ire tiexi silvery twilights it levers' l)it Oh, sweet and happy little one, inillil wMi to vet III. To every weary mortal run! Lily and star and rote are you, And faith and hope you will renew i -0 'Neath New Year's sun. Walter Beverley Crane In New York WHAT SHALL BE DONE TO Times. INSURE A HAPPY NEW YEAR7 111 otber VI r 1 1 n -- 0 swered, "Ho, I suppose, to whom ho forgave tho most." Jesus replied, "Thou hast rightly Judged," and then ho drew a contrast between the proud, host and tho sinful, sorrowing woman who was weeping out her ponltenco and bathing his feet with her tears. Kven so our theme In heaven will not bo tho good deeds wo havo wrought on earth, but the matchless grace that redeeraod us, and the greater tho sins from which we have been redeemed, tho greater triumph of grace shall we havo to proclaim. This year wo again rot urn to tho history of tho chosen pcoplo nnd follow them through tho jierlod of the Judges, the dnys of tho monarchy un Hut romombor der Saul, David nnd Bolomon, and tho that all who liovo divided kingdom In tho times ot Eliever been saved jah, Amos, Ilosra and Jonah, down tltno ot Daniel during tho caphad mado n bad of some tivity. record Generation, I. Another w. kind. Peter had Rood qualities, but During tho days of Joshua Israel ho also had bad served Jehovah, but his Influcnco did habits which not last long after his death. Ever called forth sharp and anon God must needs ralso up-Joshua to loud his church. Wo rebuko from tho Master, and which havo another "Joshua" Jesus who doubtless cost Peter many a sleepless Is ever with his people and wo need any earthly leader (Ps. 62:5; night. Ho wn,s rash ahd Impulsive, aittays sayliiR the wrong thing, r.vcn Phil. 2 12). Still God Is working nfter he lind been with the Master for through human ngents and In evory threo whole years, ho wns guilty of crisis rnlres up his falsehood and profanity. Yet Peter, leaders. No doubt this "another gen by tho grace of flod, overcame his eratlon" honored Joshua as a hero-bu- t they did not follow In his obcdlsfl bod record, and so gained the victory It Is easy to dls over his besetting sins that later his ence to Jehovah testimony Is "Kept by tho power of miss God's mighty deeds among men by calling them myths and traditions, God through faith unto salvation. There was Mark, tho backslider, or to deny the "accuracy of tho recwho, not discouraged by his signal ords." Doubtless tho Israelites felt failure, made a fresh start and becamn their obligations to their neighbors , but they lost a so steadfast and reliable, that the Holy nnd Spirit selected htm to write, a history realizing sensn of their obligations of tho Master's life. Today millions Sin of Idolatry. of pcoplo are prayerfully studying the It. They forsook the Lord, w. Gospel of Mark, and are thanking God for It. Mule did ho expect such a 11:13. Dackslldlng Israel Is a provcareer after deserting Paul and llama. erb. Over and again thero was a rebas at Pamiiliylla. but God knows how turn to truo worship and Just as to use even n backslider to his glory, often a forsnklng. For centuries Jo forgave, restored II. Remember that Christ did not hovah bore with, peocomo to select hero and thrro a per and punished this "stlffnecked'' y ple, until tho final overthrow and fect man and thus make up a church; burned Into their consciousness he came to seek and to save the lost Idolatry. Tho reason for He Is not looking for righteous men tho sin of In not at all, but for sinners. Ho came ex this wasouttheir dlsobcdlenco gods ot or tho land "tho pressly to lead such to repontanco, putting peoples that wore round about and tho encouragement which he of tho them." Liberality or this sort always Is that he boro the penalty of fers A nation's results tn their sins on tho cross and whosoever Ideals aboutspiritual ruin. determine God not alono will may be saved. The strange thing Its moral status but eventually Its about tho Gospel Is that It reveals physical nnd temporal welfare as well. God's lovo for those who havo made Their way was not evil In thotr ow n bad record, and his desire to bint It sight doubtless they were con out and give them a chance to make a sldered and very progressive, and their new record. greater great variety of ways In course nn evidence of fathers, wisdom Notice the than that of their hut It which God describes tho putting awny was "evil In tho sight ot tba Lord." of tho believer's sins. In Isaiah 3S:17 Wn do not understand that theso we read, "Thou hat cast all my sins Israelites took up the worship ot behind thy back." "Itut," someono ltr.nl, the sun god, with all of Its says, "God might turn around and all nominations at onco, but rather my sins would bo In full sight." fiuro sought a combination, a compromlso enough. e rend In Mlcah worship, which of con run ,d to tho And so 7:19. "Thou wilt cast all their sins Inevitable forsaking of God, Vonm 12 Into tho depths of tho sen." That Is Indicates thn base Ingratitude o better, but they might wash ashore? such a courso for ho It was "Mulch Very true, and so flod says In l'salm brought them out of tho land of 103:12, "As far as tho east Is from Egypt" (Titus 2:11: 2 PeL 2:1). tho west so far hath ho removed oar III. The Anger of the Lord, w. transgressions from us." 14, 15. Thero Is no nnger tlko that of Now, why should you so persistentoutraged love. Wo aro apt to forget ly remember what God so graciously the other attributes ot God, thoso of forgets? Why should you keep In the tustlcc. holiness and purity and that foreground what God Is willing to put God can not look upon Iniquity (llab. behind his back? Just throw that bad 1:13). Tho light men enjoy only record In with tho rest of your sins heightens and makes more black their and have them all disposed of at once, offenses. God's anger can "wnx hot" and then you can havo tho sweet con and hero ho "delivered them Into tho sciousness that though you may re hands of tho spoilers that spoiled member your sins, God has entirely thorn." forgotten them, tlemember also that Cod Keeps His Promises. tho longer you wait the worse your IV. And the Lord Raised Up record will be. Judges, R. V. w. Those were III. Whllo your bad record will hin- men who felt tho bitterness of tho der you somewhat, It also will help distress of their nation. God keeps you. It will tend to keep you humblo to tho lettor bis promises, both of for ono thing, and that will be no blessing and of punishment, but "la small gain. It will enable you to wrath ho remembers mercy." Theso sympathize with others who hnve Judges had higher aspirations than made a bad record, and to encourage simply to Judge, for they "saved" tho them to hope for better things. In- people. Wn who II vo In this present deed, your bad record In ono sense dispensation ot grace havo one who will become your strongest weapon ot Is now tho savior but who shall yet warfare bo the Judgo. That theso righteous IV. Consider also that If you hare leaders ot tho people had a dim cult particularly bad record your con- task Is suggested by verso 17. T.H a version will bo a grcator triumph of hearts of tho pcoplo "wont a whors grace than If you wore only an ordi- lng," lusted after the things reprenary sinner. Jesus Christ claims that sented by Ilaal and Ashtaroth, which ho can snve tho worst of sinners and history tells us wero too vllo to be so change them by the power of his enumerated. Tho Judges secured for grace that he wilt actually bo proud the peoplo of Israel their rights ac He Is searching cording to the mercy of Jehovah. At of them In heaven. tho world for hard cases on which to tho samo tlmo they were rulers, and demonstrate his power. as such secured for Individuals their V. And may It not bo that In heaven rights. thoso who havo been tho greatest Tho worship ot Jehovah always will be tho loudest pralsers of taught and Impressed moral and tho Redeemer's name? When tho spiritual truth and required tbe conPharlseo criticized Jesus for allowing fessing nnd forsnklng of evil. Theso tho outcast woman to weep at his Judges wero and did not feet tho master said, "Simon, I havo prostltuto their gilts. They wore Ood-lesomewhat to say unto tltoo. A certain saw Israel's need and had cour man bad two debtors, the one owed age,, faith and zeal enough to show fivo hundred ponco and tho other llfty. Israel that the first thing thoy needed When they could not pay ho forgave to do wns to forsako tho ovll and re thorn both. Which of them thereforo turn to a llo of obedience to God. will lovo him most?" Simon anTheir equipment was In that "tho to-thdo-no- t spirit-clotheenp-tlvit16-1eln-ncd, Lord was with tbo Judge" r. 18). Notlco that God was with those whom he "raised up." Of courso not' of tho tlmo, nor all of tho land at ill tlmos was thus torn and being punished aa Is clearly suggestedI by tho storleu of Ruth, Hannah antl' As Jehovah was with tho Samuel. Judges, as they wero exercising fidel ity In their obedience of his word, tboy brought to tbe people deliver ance as long aa they lived (v. 19). Tho word "ropontod," which Is In verse 18, Is one which slgnlQos grief and sorrow. i t December Si. 1014. rilK I'.ITtZKN MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE CHINCH BUG INVASION rorglvo them; for thoy it: cal tbo following InterestlnK facts know not what Ihoy do." disease: about tho No; war is of tho Prlnco of Dark"It Is war. ness. Uy very namo ho is thu addlscaso exploded versary of both God nnd man. The in tho neighborhood of Chicago liko dripping sword is bntbed in bell; shell from a Krupp tbo burning n seventecn-inc- b brand is kindled in hell. howitzer, and blew lo pieces tho Tbo Christian Herald. livestock business of Illinois. Michigan, Indiana, Pennsylvania, nnd Ohio. It shattered things in a dozen WILL WAR PRICES BE MAINTAINED! olher Slates, for when the slock To forecast n lower level of prices yards aro closed in Chicago, Indianapolis, nnd IlulTalo tbo wholo live- In the faco of present conditions in F.uropc would bo unwarranted. Yet stock business feels it. "Kuropo is the normal homo of it is tho opinion of C. W. Melskcr, Ibis disease, which is caused by a tbo market reviewer of tho Valley germ too smnll lo bo filtered out of Farmer that an early scltlomcnl of a liquid, or lo lie seen in tho micro- the war would mean a temporary scope. It is violently contagious, collapse In grain prices, a deellnoin but only moderately fatal to the live slock, sugar nnd coffee. On cloven-hoofe- d animals subject to II; tbo other hand be declares that the nnd It is Incurable. It causes infect- continuation of war means not only ed animals lo waste to skeletons nnd a big demand on this year's crops a considerable proportion of them to but also on thoso thnl will bo pro- duced next year. Thcro s no i die. "It Is caught through tho bides, mmh:,. u.miui una wo must ici-hair, mouth secretions, or milk of F.uropc for nt least a year, whether there is pence or war. but a material infertrd animals. "It infects human beings, especial- readjustment will occur In prices as soon as peace talk assumes for- ly children. A child ill with dlseaso is taken with mldablo proportions. In tho mean- fever nnd vomiling. nnd wilh small time the markets will bo governed by daily conditions. sores liko "fever blisters insido the cheeks and on the tongue. It is not a very severe dlseaso for human beMORE MONEY IN EGG FARMING ings rxeept in exceptional cases. "Twenty years' experience in tbo Milk may bo made safe ngainsl this infection by Pasteurization to tbo poultry business has taught mo temperature of 145 degrees for thirty there is moro money In keeping poultry for eggs than for moat," minutes. "Tho live slock infected nro incur- writes Mrs. Ida Nickcrson in the able, and should all bo killed and October Vnlley Farmer. Sho backs m imp .tniomnni win. H.n.n ron- '' " tho carcasses buried rV" " sos: There is loss work, less ax- This is tbo worst outbreak of penso and less risk than in raising dlseaso in tho hisi tory of tbo United States, and tho ' uroiicrs or roasicrs. 1,10 no nign Browing l)r,co of Srain n,akc3 control of It means a war in which r chickens expensive. Then ohlcks many of us will bo losers and most havo many enemies, such as stray of us feel tbo Inconvenionco." cats, hawks, rnts, foxes, and othor . which animals besides diseases . MAKING BEST USE OF MANURE loflcn deslroy Qn enUro nocki WorkJ The best plan Is to haul out tho ng for eggs is comparatively sure' ftknnuro rcguinrly. spread it upon if Hie hens aro well cared for nnd nut properly fed thoy will produce eggs. Tlio land, and plow tinder. where this Is not practicable, some There is n I ways n local market for cheap storage pit should bo con- eggs at a cash prico. Uul seldom is structed. For this purposo cnnciclo thoro a good market for chickens in is good. Willi" concrete walls nnd any small town and if shipped to dls- bottom tho mnhuro can always bo lunt markets thu shipper is usually kept In n moist cond lion, thereby nt tho mcrcyof tho commission mor- preventing fermentation while tho ohanL Supply of manuro is Increased by nil Iho liquid manure, tho richest SPECIAL Or'FER nart Directions for making such I .. .' a pit nro given In Farmers' nunc- - DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD tin 481. "Cnncreto Contruetion on and tbo Llvo Slock Farm" Issued by tho Department of Agrloulturo, WashCITIZEN THE ington. D. C. By Mall tor On Yer at Is not as Commercial fertilizer bonollclal lo crops ns barnyard maSpecial Price of $3.25 nure, says Iho Missouri Valley vcgelnblo Farmer. II does not add ..,oiin n...m... in Dm anil, ilnna nut Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper promote soil bnclerla and does not dclivered at your home each day , u., ,.,,. Imnrnvo tho texturo of mo sou. XlieSO nro Oil liupuriuni. iuuna. at tne price oi "Foot-and-mou- lb of 111110' ns Christmas. On I" nio of who never knew It was Mueh Ha, Been Learned of History 21 I bad llio opportunity children December of vlsllint? n school nt Wnllncclnn, i.unsimns, who never nau a liny, and Habits of Destructive Pett, Which Is Invaluable Aid In Ky., (nimbi by Miss Mnry Holln and gift, who never beard the story ofi Destroying Them. December 23 anolber nt Kingston, Die Christ child nnd I wondered how Ky., with Mr. Owen Ynlcs, teacher many parents bad even tnken Iho and n Sunday .school and Christinas limn lo relate this beautiful story to) Warm, dry weather Is favorablo to nnd exercise nl Dig Mill with Miss Lucy them. Friends, I want to say today, chinch bug increase,past tho weather few seasons condition! of tho Hayes ns Superintendent nnd yet I fear ihcrw nro many whom I know oomt t0 haT becn specially sultablo have never lold this story to their nnolhcr nl Silver Creek, Snpl. Mr. t0 ?n n"caso of theso destructive Oscar Wilson. Tlio exercises nt each own IHllo ones. Never did you bavo posts. Tho present year ha seen an a bel er cl anco nnd never wl it extension of tho infested territory and of these, events were very good Intho BBgrcgate ha8 damaB0 , deed nnd showed careful training sink .Into their hears deeper than , and timnngcriienl of hold teacher nnd nl this present Christmas lime. Tell amounted to a largo sum. The fight them so they may know, so thoy against these Insects has been a hard child. may (ell their playmates, their little one. During tho past fow years much As I sat there looking into the friends and (bat they may bo in has been learned of tho history and faces of parent and child nnd hear- lino pushing to the front of tho rank "abbs of tho chinch bug which is an ing speeches reciled, dialogs rend- that has no break. Join together Invaluablo n'd In destroying them. Mr. ered, plays carried out, music given wlllt. Ibis Christmas spirit as you writing of the work ,.... , , In Ohio of the endeavor to save tho , . and beautiful Christmas stories told, my whole heart leaped with Joy ami lug and exchanging Ideas of bolter crops from the attacks of the chinch gladness, for to me, ponco was on farming and living nnd by so doing bug, says: Each female Is capable of laying earth, good will toward all. you will surely ho blessed. BOO or more eggs. The period of for the Individual lasts from Each entertainment was well atLei us then when wo faco tho New tended showing splendid coopera- Year do II will, courage and good n to -tion nmoiig them. Many hearts were will. May there not bo resolutions hntch , from twelve t0 twonty. wcro for belter things but may thcro bo fgKB days, made glad while the Utile ones two and tho young require forty al especially rnndo happy by Iho better lifo begun with n keen sense 'days or more to become adults after of Santa with bis jingling hells. of duty nnd n lovo for right. I Issuing from tho eggs. It thus re- May Kvery man, woman and child wore your banners ho lifted, qulrM two months, or a fow days less, newiy-iaiegg 10 IHO ,- - I 10 Pa" 'ron Plho same smilo of penco nnd happi- Mrn.nmlna- ni.l l,fnrn v Christmas trees cess written on them thruout the adult condition. ness ns tbo loaded T,he eggs aro laid on the roots of gradually let their branches free year 1015. tho plants on which tho bugs are feedfrom the heavy load of presents. II Itobcrl F. Spence, ing, at or Just below the surfaco of the ground; or they may be laid on INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE is Love. Ho camo all tbo way from tho ""face about the bases of tho or rn 8 heaven lo say so. On the slopes of plan" WAR ,n hort- - ln nltn08t Bny P,aco Olivet ho taiiKht n. "Lovo your en- whero the BUrroundngg are coo, an(1 Herbert Quick, editor of Farm and cmlcs; bless them that curse you; damPi Fireside, iho natlonnl farm paper pray for them that dcspltefully uso The newly hatched larve feed on published at Springfield, 0- - prints you. un tne cross ho cxcmpllllcd the roots of their host plants. largely in tho current Issue of that periodi- Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special mvestiRator 'Extension of Infested Territory CHRISTMAS AS IT CAME TO ME srcmetl In inn thnl every ono was. Noted This Season. There never n limn In tlio yrnr m"'''' ""l ,cn(1l" ,"0"g,, ROAD BUILDING APPLES CARING iiMn,.i, I OF SECOND QUALITY FOR BREEDING COWS CONSTRUCTION OF A CULVERT Picking Out Inferior and Wormy Specimens and Feeding to Live Stock Is Good Plan. No Question That Growing and Selling Calves Under Proper Conditions Is Profitable Business. In part, no doubt, the difficulty, ot getting a high percentage of calves arises from sending dry cows to the shambles. Tho cow that has suckled down often falls to get ln calf next year. She Is In calf and fat and away she goes. Another cow that has raised a calf takes a rest next year, and so Consideration of Economy and Safety Demands Employment of Other Material Than Wood. By far tho greater number of culverts and bridges on our public roads havo a span or less than fifty feet. In the past these structures have. In general, becn built of wood, but lumber so exposed In this dry cllmato Is subject to rapid decay, writes Walter Graham In Denver Field and Farm. Consequently these structures require a great deal of repair nnd frequent renewals. Tho price of " g 'uZ rta nr-rlv- (iiy n. o, WKATiinnsTONn.) Tho question Is often asked. How can we dispose of second quality apples at a profit? The best answer to Oils question seems to be to uso the spray pump "early and often," to the end that scabby, wormy, and inferior fruit may bo practically eliminated. In years when there Is an abundant crop and at any time when wo find that the trees aro overloaded, picking out the Inferior and wormy specimens and feeding them to the sheep or hogs will often Improve the quality of the fruit and save the necessity of propping up the limbs to keep them Irom breaking down. When we have a large crop and prices are low, It la folly to place any s but fruit upon tho market. Kvery community should have an evaporator, where the cull fruit may bo profitable utilized. If a man baa largo quantities It will no doubt pay him to own his own evaporator, but when a number ot farmers living In close proximity to a good location havo orchards, It Is usually quite easy to Interest someone to establish a first-clas- on. One advantage of selling the calf crop to tho feeder rather than yearlings or older cattle Is that so much more attention and feed can be given to the breeding cows and their higher condition and vitality will enable them to produce moro calves. If there Is a shortage of feed It will usually be noticed that heifers that breed young and older cows that have been breeding take a lay .off, and this Is lumber Is making tho further uso of wood for this class ot structures more and more Indefensible. The loads which our highway structures are called upon to sustain are nlo Increasing. In many of our agricultural localltles the movement of steam road rollers and .heavy traction engines Is seriously hampered because of weak bridges and culverts. Consideration of economy and safety demands the use ot other materials than wood ln -' plant to utilize this waste fruit. HANDY LADDER FOR ORCHARD K8"' Central Shaft Attached to Trunk of Tree and Arms Are Fitted at the Top and Bottom. Ordinary ladders when used for picking fruit from a treo often damage tho tree, and to overcome this a new form of ladder has been adopted by somo orange growers ot California, says Popular Mechanics. A central shaft Is lashed to the trunk of tho tree, while horizontal arms are fitted at the top arid bottom so that they jjjj Chinch Bugs Clustered at Base of Corn Stalks Just After Wheat Har- vest. . often unrecognized -- ,, .hon ,hn vast hor(.M of marching Into cornflclds attract the farmer's notice for the first time. Timothy meadows may bo well-nighar-entire- underground and out of sight. If very numerous they may congregate about the bases of the plants above ground, When tho wheat p,anlg nre kcd at harvest, tho young migrate at onco n search of other sustenance and. when thus collected together in great numbers, they may blacken tho entire ur'ce of largo plants, such as corn nearlJr Rrown- - So Insidious is their that ,,1?lrpre8.?nc U wrk ,n Revolving Ladder Support for Fruit Picking. ,,. may be swung about In all directions. Notches cut In the tops of the arms provldo support for the rungs of the ladder at varying distances from the tree. With this device, every part of the tree may bo picked without dis- turbing a branch. PROPER ' killed without the owner susneetinc when they aro dying. A very caretul examination of the roots of timothy Is needed to detect tho presence of the Insects, even where they aro very Plentiful. The second brood of bugs rarely gain attention, because thoy are doveloplng underground on the roots of corD nnd other fomn pantB, Either the cleanest kind of culture should prevail over tho farm In early autumn, all grassy and weedy borders around fields and along fence rows PRUNING OF GRAPES Durability Is of the greatest economic importance. In many sections a large proportion, of the annual road levy Is expended In repair and renewal ' of, wooden culverts and minor bridges, and It Is not unusual to find this practice defended on tho ground that the county or district cannot afford to build the higher-pricepermanent cub verts. This notion is simply a false sense of economy. True, the first cost' of the permanent structure is greater, but there the outlay ends, while culverts there Is a large an-- , nuaj outlay. lor repair, as well as frequent renewals. Anyone Interested in road Improvement will find It most Interesting to secure the following data WINDOW F0RrA DAIRY- - BARN for his own county or district: The number ot culverts, cost of labor and Opening That Will AdmitFresh Air material .for repair and renewal each yearl: average life of wooden culverts and Prevent Draft on Stock and the ordinary life of wooden bridge Held Open by Cloth. , flonrs. Then he could compute how A practical dairy barn window Is long It would be before the actual made by placing the hinges at the present expenditure would pay tor per' lower edge ot the sash, as shown, and manent culverts. attaching canvas at the ends so that Latr Improvements ln the manufacture ot Iron havo made this material more generally available for use In culvert construction. A special quality ot Iron, very low In carbon, resists corrosion so well as to make Its use ad visable In many cases, and this Is an Important point for the Irrigated districts. The. cutting away! of the soli by the water nt the Inlet or outlet of a clay or cen)erit,plpe Is often responsible for Its progressive break-dowo.nd partial exposures of this character arc extremely dangerous in time of freshet to any form of construction. Practical Barn Window. It Is doubtful .whether the majority ot the cloth will hold the sash partly practical foadhullder's have given conopen, writes Italph V. Crane of. l, sideration to the fact that by building Mich., In Popular Mechanics. suitable wing walls for any bridge or This will deflect the air currents up- pipe they can very largely Increase Its ward toward the celling and 'prevent carrying capacity. A entrance-way draft on the stock. so increases the velocity of the water as to enable a given conDOGS SHOULD BE DISCARDED duit to perform the work of one ot much larger, diameter which has an wall at right angles to the flow. No Excuse for Sending Snapplrig Cur end After Cows With Full Udders-Be- tter ' to Take Horse. , BAD ROADS VERY EXPENSIVE -with-woodn Ypsl-lant- nish hay to winter several mother cows that lay the golden egg. There Is no question that growing and selling calves under proper conditions Is a paying business, both for the grower and the feeder who buys them, as they go to the feed lot ln splendid condition, but it will not. pay unless the cowa receive enough attention' and aro kept breeding, except as a more or less speculative proposition, depending on the prices at which cows are bought and sold. , Where the production of really hlgh-cla- ts feeder calves Is the end In view, these can be constantly Increased ln value by more feed and better cows. prices. A good calf la worth ?5 to $30,, and selling even a few of these will' fur- undesirable, with calves at prpsent ' the bridges. construction ot culverts and niviw, uimi irrn nr.iur roR the war' Is God responsible? Tho rulors of nil tho Powers now engoged In wur liavo all, with a slnglo exception, laid tho responsibility upon God. Thanks to tho unspenkablo Turk for unsheathing his sword without cryIt is uning, "Allah II Allah I" thinkable thai God should be the author of War, slnco his other name THIS OFFER POSITIVELY EXPIRES ON FEBRUARY 28, 1915 Since the baseball season opac4 U death agonies of the English laa- terrible to contest- loage have puts bb When cows are In the pastures do Principles Are Same Whether Vines not .Value of Horses and Mules In Ona send a vicious dog to drive them County In Missouri Deteriorated Have Been Trained to Four-ArIn. The cow that Is run to the house 3 Per Cent Annually, Fan or Other Systems. by a dog that Is continually snapping at her heels must suffer a great deal From the 1910 United States censua. If allowed to go unpruned, grapes and unde- ot pain as her udder Is thrown- - from reports It Is found that the value off are likely to be side to side by. tho movement of(her horses and mules In one county ln sirable. It makes no difference, says the horticultural department of the fleet limbs. If a man Is too. lazy to Missouri was $831,089. The value of Nebraska university farm, whether walk after bis cows he had better get farm vehicles, harness and other ' the grapes have been trained to the on his horse and ride. A well trained equipment was $375,000, making a tofour-arsystem, the tan system, or dog may be allowed to bring them ln, tal ot 11,206,089. The present roads to any other; the principles ot prun- for he quietly walks behind them and of 'the county cause all animals, vehiing are the same. In doing this work, does not bring them down he lane at cles and harness to deteriorate three) f. gait. , per cent per. annum faster than they it Is important to remember that tho a would on Improved roads. Three per buds which produce the crop should cent of $1,206,089 Is $36,182. bo chosen from the canes a year old, arms. Gengrowing on This' Is onfy one source ot loss erally from thirty to forty buds or whjch the county must bear every "eyes." distributed over four or five year on account of'bn'd roads. Again, anes, may be saved, but this depends the. cost per ton mile for hauling on Safety first is the best policy In the roads ln the county is 30 cents, upon the vigor of the vine. Never save water sprouts or canes growing handling the dairy bull. whjle the cost on good roads Is only ' 1 ' directly from wood more than two 14 'cents per ton mile, thus saving When you build a barn toe that1 It 16 cents per ton mile. years old, as these do not produce fruit. Duds for renewal may be se- la comfortable and sanitary. ' There are about one hundred thou. . , i i PUce f0P Cntnen Bu0, cured by choosing a cane located at A F)n8 Hd, tons hauled an average of Ave ' Every cow In the herd .should be. sand In' the county; 75 per cent Of Destroyers. the base ot one left for bearing fruit and Al Got of c miles halter-brokeDegln while they are and cutting It back to a spur of three ' this amount would be over Improved ' ' being kept closely mowed to prevent or four bude or "eyes." calves. rpads provided the present bond Issue tho development of suitable hlberna- carriesi i' 7 i i .I .U .1 u ..I If you haven t one, there Is still j ' Vw TlVou."y m m to COVERING FOR CUT SURFACE time to put up a silo for this winter's Beventyflxe por cent ot the 400.000 d tons equal 75,00q tons. '.rfwf as many of tho feeding. .. m This amount hauled Ave miles rep-Insects beneath the shelter as possible. Any Substance Not Detrimental to ' Growth Will Prove Satisfactory early winter, after the Insects are In The calf should be given An, locks nicely settled, or else in early spring, Shield for Wound. ot hay when young to encorag.;,U 'J beforo thoy have wakened Into acLnual loss on' account of present roads ' ' . tivity, burn over all such rotreats. If No artificial medium can be applied ..T.,l,, ' c?mPared'l ?EL!i.ro It Is Impossible or undesirable to burn to the surface of a wound made ln To have a calf that will mature yiu-nnuw uuau iu ft othor woodland retreats, the leaves pruning a tree which will Induce It to into a valuable individual and trash on the ground may be col- - heal more quickly. The activity ot the proper care from the start county were Iraprovqd. , healing process depends upon the round-stl- o In any but a. the character and position, and the time of the, silage 'Nsw- Roads .for New York State. ,. .m.,. mthe year when the wound is made does not settle well, and even settling New York will construct during the stroyed by burning. rather than upon protective coverings. la what makes quality in silage., current year nearly four hundred and A large number of waxes, paints thirty miles' of Improved roads of the Scours Is far too common' a malady Leaf Mold la Valuable. and washes have been tried, and the types nnder the- direction of the Save all the leaves that have been conclusion ot the whole matter may with young calves and if not Checked best highway department Of this state pile them up in be summarized In the atatement that the outcome may" be dlaaatrowa, raked off the lawn and aggregate about one hundred and place to decay. any substance which la not corrosive , .s some j tweatraU N1" U1 consist of coa-The cow that has, to,.spejBd.two: crate roads, 41 miles of brick roads, Leaf mold Is a valuable aeset to green- or detrimental to growth, which will protect the heart wood from the at- thirds of her time flghtlM. fla cs- -, 3i9 ( miles of. bituminous macadam house or tacks ot rot spores, will prove a satis- not count for much at tbTmUH pall.' roads, Z2'klla of waterbouad ma- -"e e" W " factory covering for s cut surface. Bad Milking Practice. about ate asttea'of ,odam. road, aeN'eV ssJscsJfatteoiia.HyBas. Among such substance may be The dairyman wlUi a Timb-and-flng- r stripping polk This saltsa rwda-wkiawhite lead, yellow aeasr, awl oows can well atari W'tattsT-- sM ' aesVtrlsaa aaape ot U cow's teaU. have baaa Msj grafting wax. laeraaaa Ua sHunsl tar sad aaiMat.V L Bet two-fort- y DAmYlNOTB 1 af ssi a TnS f.Wr'"5 "fJS .t. ts'ectSceX - window-gardenin- nan-Uon- 4 Wtt aa a Ihtgo Pour. THF. CITIZKN December 31. 1014. LOCAL PAGE NEVS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A THIS IS THE STUDENTS' GIFT STORE Miss Mnudo Stevenson, grndunlo of Horca School of Nursing, spent Monday with her many friends bore. FIRE, LIFE. ACCIDENT, She is connected with the Patllo A. AND LIVE STOCK Tho Ideal Clay Infirmary nl Richmond now. INSURANCE Gift T. J. Osborno is boing visited this Sec the New Life Policy. week by his son, Ralph and wlfo and THE OGG STUDIO llttlo child of Toronto, Canada, nnd O. C. PURKEY.Prop. E. L. Davis gave a dinner parly lo Henry Murrel arid McCoy Franklin also by his son, Raymond, and wifo Have you seen the new styles In Photo of Chiongo left Wednesday for n poinl near a number of friends nt his homo on to Keep wen graphs? We msrtSRe Look for Cornell's window Christ Frankfort where they will conduct a Jnekson street Iho llrst of tho week. nfireast of the latest Ideas In photography They will bo William Hallhigor relumed Wedmas week. series of revlvnls. ad fn posing, printing, finishing and mount-ltAll wotk guaranteed. Harry Hurst of Newark, O, visited joined by Ray St. Clair of tho Collego nesday noon from n visit with Over Berea Bank and Trust Co. Department andLeonard Fielder and friends in Wildie. Berea friends Christmas day. I. V. Campbell of Louisvillo visit Iloherl Edwards of the Academy De An interesting gamo of basket THE CREECH STUDIO ed his nophows, Flolchor and I'incr, partment who will work with them. hall between two picked learns repMrs. Snllio Rittcnhouse and daugh resenting the Academy and College over Christmas Is ttic place to get jour pictures Miss Anna Ingram, ono of the tor, Helen of Maloon, III., nru visit was afterplayed Wednesday made. We guarantee our work. nurses al tho hospital, who has boon ing Mrs. Jennie B. Fish during Iho noon. The Collego boys wcro vic' ill for somo limo, is ablo to bo on holidays. torious. Main St, over Richardsons Store duly again. Cornell makes deliveries any time Dr. and Mrs. Gladding aro being ad visilcd by their two sons, Alfred nnd Miss Julia Parsons of Klyria, O, is you call. QBlc&Pbonaia Kuldenca l'honet 11 & IS vlsiling nl tho Tavorn this week. Harry Dyson, stone cutler, of Oscar, through Iho holidays. Lcanno Hill, a student, bad ton Stynesville, Ind., is visiting at the Junior Edwnrds, academy depart B. F. & M. M. Robinson Drs. sillectomy performed on her byDr. Davis House this week. Physicians & Suscbon ment, left early Thursday morning William Hanson and family of for Lorain, 0. Ho will spend over Mossman lasl wook. 1 to 4 J9 p. m. OCaa Hours, 8 to 12 a. Pelor AU.cnhocfor of Ohio visilcd Lexington visited his fnther.'Samucl Sunday with his brother Don, in OTEca. Dura Bank & Trut Bulldin. Bia. Kr. his daughter, Elsie, of tho College Hanson, at his home on Chestnut Daylon, Ohio. Department tho first of the week. slrccl during the Christmas holi Mr. and Mrs. Jack IlulTel spent OBTm Phone ReiUent Phone 3 When you want groceries quick days. the llrst pari of the week in Cin call Cornell's. ad Town and country property cinnati, Ohio. Dr. D. R. Botkin Dr. and Mrs. Roberts oro being vis- for sale or rent. Mrs. Sallio Bogie, Mr. S. R. Baker spent n few days PiitsiciAX and SuaaaoN Ad-2- 7. ited this wook by their daughter, Berea, Ky. in Cincinnati on business. Q3lcm Ilmir. I to 11 a. I to 4 p. m. Miss Lucy, of Madison, Wis., and , U. S. Wyalt, Sr., is a Winchester Miss Mary Kearns and brother OJ&Vl Barea National Bank Building-- Berea, Kr. their son, Douglas, of Chicago. visitor this week. Thomas of Winchester are visiting Lilllo Howard Smith, son of Pru-ill- o, Miss Nina King entertained a num for a few days with their undo and who has been very ill with ber of her friends at her home on aunt. Mr. and Mrs. William DunLAW OFFICE pneumonia Iho past two wcoks, is Center street Tuesday evening. can and their relatives. H. L. McMURRY, Attorney-at-Lamuch improved. Mrs. Ruth rtcifenbaugh of Benton Miss Ethel Duncan spent tho hol Miss Poarl Baslcon of Loxinglon is Harbor, Mich., is visiting her two idays with her relatives and friends. Office over Bngle's Stote, Berea, Ky. visiting at tho homo of Mrs. Sallie sisters, Mrs. Peck nnd Miss Sinclair. Mrs. A. T. Fish of Wildio visilcd Hanson on Choslnul street. Miss Nancy Ellen Logan of Som her relatives and friends through Harry Pralhor loft last week for erset is visiting at tho homo of her the week's end. DON'T FAIL Chicago. Ho bad boon spending tho brother, Zeal, on Chestnut street. Mr. Jack Woods of Wildio was To see Marcum's new line of holidays hero. Fresh Sauerkraut al Cornell's, ail in lown lasl Thursday. gnodi, consisting of Cut Glass, Kugono Pugh was a business visiMrs. Efllo Marsh of Wisconsin is Secretary nnd Mrs. Vaughn deDiamonds, Watches and Noveltor al Riohniond and Fort Estill last visiting her daughter, Elsio of tho. lightfully entertained a number of ties of all kinds at popular prices. College Department thru the holi- - college students nt their home on week. Next door to Clarktons. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mitchell loft for days. Richmond street Tuesday evening. Cincinnati Tuesday morning. L, & N, TIME TABLE Wo are located in our new store '' North Bound, Local on Main Street and are ready to 7:00 a. ni. 10:55 p. m. give our customers the very best atKnoxvillo 3:G4 a. m. tention. 1:07 p. m. DKflEA Mrs. S. R. Baker, (ad1 7:45 a. m. 6:15 p. m. Cincinnati Mrs. Lunsford of Barboursvillo is South Bound, Local in Berea visiting her son and daugh8:15 p. m. 0:40 a. m. Cincinnati ter who aro in school. BEREA 12:37 p. m. 12:25 a. m. Mrs. Lewis, from somo placo in 5:50 a. m. 7:00 p. m. Knoxville Virginia, is visiting bor daughter Express Train Maudo, who is a sludont in the No 33 will slop to tako on passen- Acadomy. gers for Knoxville and points beyond. Rov. W. C. Franklin, of Altamonl, South Bound N. C, wrilos that Berea students 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati who aro leaching in that part of BEREA 11:45 a. in. tho stalo aro doing romarkably No. 32 will slop at Berea to lake well. on passengers for Cincinnati, 0., and Cornell's for your fancy Grocerpoints beyoud. ies, ad Norlh Bound Miss Mary Porter with hor brothBEflEA 4:55 p. m. er, Dwighl, and their father, aro Cincinnati 8:50 p. m. hero lo spend tho holidays with tho family. COMING EVENTS R. F. Spcnco waa in London from January 3. 4:00 p. m. Convocation Prayer Saturday unlil Tuesday. Mrs. Ncwcomor has returned lo Meeting. Berea after spending several months C. Opening Day. Winter Term. 10. Debate, College Men's Socie- with relatives ir. Pennsylvania. J. W. Van Winkle of Mt. Vernon ties. spent Christmas with his children in Mi3s Mary M. Ogilvio and Miss lown. Georgia Stewart Hunn are visiting Mrs. Leonard Spcnco was visiting Miss Kathcrine J. Ogilvic, bead in Richmond for a part of lasl week. Evcrclt VanWinklo of Harlan, was cvirso at tho hospital. Messrs. Charles Larks and Robert in lown for Christmas. Tcmpleton returned from a several E. T. Fish was in Richmond Mon toys visit with their homofolks in day on business. Mrs. C. Ely and little daughter, Tho Clio Club entertained at tho end in Virginia tho first of tho week. Mack Morgan spent several days Parish House, Monday evening. Ro- - Sallio Jane, spent week's with homo folks in Lancaster, Ky., frcshmcnts wcro served and Messrs. Brush Creek with relatives and FOR SALE Taylor and Gordon Imrio favored friends. A" fine horse and buggy. Simon Iho first of Iho wcok. Miss Mario Bowers left Wednes- Ben Collins returned from a four with several musical numbers. (ad) Huncy,. Berea, Ky. Wes Johnson's children have been day for a week's visit in Cincin- Laurel Crook Monday. days visit lo Ross Coylo of Illinois Is visiting Miss Maudo Lowis is boing visilcd visiting their grandfather at Big Hill, natti, Ohio with relatives"'' and hia brother, Donald, of tho Colloge by her mother this week. friends. this week. Dooartment thru the holidays. Jcsso Baird returned from a visit you Sco Cornclt's grocery before Eslyllo Hanson returned from a HOUSE FOR SALE OR RENT Cincinnati Monday. ad lo On Chestnut abort visit to Mluaiotown, u., non buy. Street. Built und Miss Jessie ilaino is visiting her day. ld Mrs. S. L. Basloon of Lexington is parents this week at their homo out formerly occupied by Billy ton. Price cheap, terms easy. See for Christmas visiting friends on Chcslnul street Cano Piko. Go to Cornell's ad Ibis wook, mnrltpa nnd fruits. Professor Edwards mado a business U. S. Wyalt or writo or phono mo Miss Mario Bowers is visiting at trip lo Cinoinnati tho first of tho at Bryanlsville, Ky. B. B. Mnnl D. B. Williams, a Berea visitor 111 ad-2Cinoinnati Ihis wook. gomery. week. from Illinois, is very seriously ad appendicitis of a gangrenous Fresh groceries at Cornell's, Kearns of Winohcslor was in Torn with FOR SALE Sarah Cocks, an old student is vis- lypo al the Berea Hospital this wook. lown Wodnosday. Two houses on West Chestnut Orvcl Streets of tho Foundation moeting of tho Ring her sister, Mary, of tho Collego Thcro was a union street, ono squaro from Iho new Department underwent an operation Christian Endoavor societies of the Department thru the holidays. College Hos-nti- nt various Judson Harrold and Dorral Flint poslofflco building, two squares from for appendicitis at tho tho Methodist churches al i tm lira I of Hie week. the new Public School, and within wcro Lexington visitors Tuesday. Church lasl Sunday. who spent ten minutes walk of Berea College Liok was In Mr. J. II. Jackson, j, a. Carter of Bluo man, Is telling C. I. Ogg, tho photo Christmas with his family left Mon- - Ono bouso contains ten rooms, on a (own Saturday on business. a slory of a very muoh alive cinna day morning for Lexington lot 100x400 feet; Iho other contains L Oat of Turkey's I'holo Oal fl. mon boar whioh bo solemnly swears la soven rooms, lot &0x200 feet. Both Mr. and Mrs. Edgar J. Morso of 4ory went to Rockcasllo County on to havo cnoounlorcd in the Brush to Fruitland will bo sold cheap If taken before N. Y., enrouto business tho llrst or uio woo. Crook Caves district. Go lo him for Park, Fla., slopped off In Berea to January 15. Marcus Perky of Newcastle, Ind, further particulars. For terms address Iho owner, visit Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Williams. s visiting relatives In the west end I bought his Florida prop Hill Qiis week SALESMAN WANTED to look after Mr. Morso o. I ad-2- 7. Borca. Ky, Bco Cornolt for Christmas Cand-ladja- erty from Mr. Williams. our Inlcreat In Madison and Oil. nnit Fruits cent counties. Salary or Commls- .ffSTl "ton- - Address, The Victor Oil Com- County, pussod thru town (ad-2pony, Cleveland, 0. (d. 1118 WOOK On IUS way iu mauiauii, RICHMOND. KY. BRECK & EVANS We have gifts suited to the most casual acquaintances, as well as those appropriate for tlic most intimate friend. The prices, too, are varied, but the quality is, as always, the best. Bring your Christmas list while the rush is not so great and we can give you individual attention. Every item here has been carefully selected. We buy no "assortments or job lots." Store J. S. STAN I FER Richmond Kentucky g. Safety First Is our motto at nil times. Our customers' interest is ours. If you do business of nr.y kind you cannot afford to pnss us by BEREA NATIONAL BANK BEREA, KENTUCKY 71-- 2 75-- January Clearance Sale On all millinery goods. fish's Cor. Main Cfi, Center Sts. Berea, Kentucky STOVES A L L I PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR FOR 1915 K 25 N D S and 33 Cut On All Ladies' Ready to Wear Garments 1- -3 Hats at your own price. B. E. BELUE & COMPANY Richmond, Kentucky B dberrg Christmas ano Blun-Scaffo- 7. to all our friends and patrons Ba-tav- N'-s.J.- HAYES & GOTT "The Cash Store" BEREA KENTUCKY by order of tho Board of Trustees. NOTICE MAMMOTH BRONZE TURKEYS All parents living outsido tho Borca Graded School district desiring Thoroughbred, prices ressoaable. lo send their children to the graded Mrs. Luther Todd, Coyle, Ky, Sere school must pay tuition in advanco Phone 3 ,4 9-- 8) -- ill. ..... Con Hollander writes irom nnan .,, irniUnp.it v ihallm (a doiiur' uoiaa aim see CLARKSTON LPiB SALESMAN WANTED Experleaeod salesman wanted for rriad'best wishes JwKof Colu,nbu..O,arevUlU- - sman can Hardware and Groceries MAIN STREET, Near Bank HoIrWw, Mrs. Mossmsa, Tr7 Per day. Write e at .mm glvhuj co. D. NVJWch, Berea, Ky. refer e " Subscribe for The Citizen Every Number Worth $1.00! Pcccmbor .11,. 101 L the nrriZKN jccllnnl dinner, which was enjoyed to Iho fullest. Tho rest of tho day wns more or loss uneventful, tho ovonlng being given over to noclnls at various homes nround tho town. These marked tho closo of tho day's pro- grain. Tho weather wns Ideal Christmas weather cold, crisp nnd plcnly of snow. Snnln Clans found trnvcllng easy nround Dcren as there was Ideal sleighing. Tho day wns greatly enjoyed hy nil and will long ho rememhered ns nn occasion of good cheer nnd good wishes. CANADIANS MEET Pmre Flva. Berea Bank & Trust Co. Main Street, Bcrca, Kentucky Free During Our Big Range Exhibit! Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profit $35,000.00 Good resolutions arc in order Jan. ist. Make one by starting an account with us on that date. Three kinds of accounts solicited: Checking Accounts, Savings Accounts, Time Deposits. JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier. Alomlaan Oat Fmealaf KetUt. Met 11.15. f I I 1 1 On lonf-fl- I Collet Pat. Alamlun THIS GRAND UP- - RIGHT $350.00 PIANO will be given absolutely free to Ihe girl or lady receiving the Tho Cnnadlnns of ncrea had good (lino on Monday evening last nl Iho home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hudson, Jackson street. Tho tlnw wns spout very pleasantly. Miss Mildred Hudson enlnrlalned tho rompany with piano selections. Miss Olive Vlila Sinclnlr sang In her us unl happy way, nnd nil tho company .loined in singing the Jlrillsh National Hymn. The evening passed (on quickly, as everybody enjoyed telling of some of (he good things Hint happened in (ho land of their hirth. The guests present wcro: Mrs. Ellon M. Frost, Mrs. Sinclair, .Mrs. neirenliack, dnughtcr of Mrs Sinclnlr, Mrs. Elizabeth S. Peck, Miss Jean Cameron, Miss S. A. Ilur- ppss. J. A. Ilurgess, Mr. and Mrs Hudson, who acted tho part of hosts, Miss Mildred Hudson and Miss Olive V. Sinclair, who wero the originators oi i no garnering. After refreshments wcro served the company adjourned to meet again In tho near future. NOTICE Met t ft Oat Alamlnam Oot Ptwrtlnf rt mil am Double Rice Dolltf. Ala Kettle. Met 11.71 Wet $:.w. This Set of High Grade Pure Aluminum Cooking Ware The Only Range with Patented Copper Bearing, Alumi- -' Rust-Pronum-FuseFlues d, of Buy the Range and jjj Get the Ware FREE greatest number of votes in the big contest now on at our store. SPECIAL: We give 1000 votes for. each $1.00 purchase on Ladies' and Men's Suits, Cloaks and Overcoats. Tho drygoods and gents' stores of Berea, namely Hayes fc (Jolt,. Richardson & Coylc, Mrs. J. M Early, Mrs. S. It. Bajcer, E. F. Coylc, It. n. Coylc, nnd S. E. Welch havo signed an agreement to closo their respective places of business promptly at 0:00 p. m. except Sat unlays. Please bear this in mind and do your shopping before 0:00 p. m. LEDFORD-CORNN THIS WEEK ONLY! YOUR STOVE 'TAKEN IN EXCHANGE This would make a lovely Christmas gift RICHARDSON & COYLE Main Street Berea, Kentucky New Year Reception FOR ALL CITIZENS OF BEREA AND VICINITY Tho Faculty nnd Workers of Dc-rCollege invite all their neighbors in Bcrca and vicinity to a General New Year Reception at tho College Chapel, on Friday, January 1, 1915, from 2:30 p. m. till 4. Thcro will ho nn exhibit of the Offices in Lincoln Hall from 1:30 till 2 p. m and an exhibit of tho Library from 2 o'clook to 2:30 p. m., which will give all an opportunity to see the pictures and other objects of interest at theso places. At tho Chapel thcro will bo a genfollowed by mueral sic nnd other exercises, and the serv hand-shaking, oa ing of some light refreshments-No- w Tho peoplo of Berea and vicinity wero surprised Christmas day when Miss Myrtle Ledford, ono of the "hello" girls of Berea, was quitely married nl the homo of tho brido on Cbeslnut street, to Mr. W. R. Cornn of London. Tho young married couplo will mako their homo n"t London. Tho Reverend English, pastor of tho Bap (1st Church, officiated. WANTED R.H. CHRISMAN METHODIST CHURCH NEWS - - - Berea, Kentucky is the time to greet all your neighbors! Come at 1:30 and sco tho wholo tliingl This invitation is for you. Let nothing keep you away. Wo want to sco nil Berea for once in ono place. The old residents will bo there, and tho new comers will bo there. It may be bright and it may bo cloudy but it will be New Year's Day. Come, Everybody. Heartily yours, Berea Collego Workers. Decision Day was observed in the Methodist Sunday School as a fitting addi for Christ and twenty-eigtions to the church. Ono of tho finest probationers' classes over formed by tho pastor, D. "W. Brown, has been organized and Easter Sunday set as tho day for admission into full membership. ht ONE YEAR' $3.00 ' $1.75 SIX MONTHS , Cou rier - Jou r n a 1 :. Somewhere there is a man looking' for just what I havo lo sell. Wish I could find him. 218 acres of good land in Boone County well improved; th mile from pike, ono mile from railroad station on Q. & C. Must bo sold to seltlo estate. Will mako sacrifice for quick sale. Many, oilier bargains to offer. Send for list. O. B. Powers, Real Estate Agoncy, Walton, Ky. one-four- NICE FARM FOR SALE I The Christmas entertainment given by tho Sunday school was tho best in tho history of the school. A very largo and appreciative audience was climax to tho special "Win My Chum" revival last week. Tho results were very gratifying indeed, decisions thcro being twenty-seve- n present to enjoy tho presentation of tho program "Around the Manger.' There was undivided attention and the evening passed off in an ideal manner. 'Dally' By Mail . (NOT SUNDAY) - During- January February Only Regular Annual Bargain Period Limited to These Two Months. AND College News CHRISTMAS GREETINGS TO BEREA Berea gels Christinas greetings from every part of the world. Somo oomo to Tho Citizen, some to President and Mrs. Frost, and poiiio to each of tho old citizens and teachers. Among theso many greetings wo can mention only n few, just u a reminder of tho great Boreu Family scattered over the world. Col. Wesloy Frost, from tho U. S. consulate, Cork, Ireland. D. O. Bowman, Western Reserve Medical School, Cleveland, O. y. Rov. C. T. Michel, Prof. E. F. Harlan, Ky. Diz-no- Mrs. John 111. A. R. Rogers, Wood-sloc- k, Mrs. Julln F. Hyland, Kecne, N. II. Miss Abbio 8. Morrow, Pasadena, Cal. Edwin F. Embtce, Now Haven, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. 1). Wnltor Morton, Rov. Dr. Brooklyn. N. C. Rex ford Y. Raymond, Madison, Wis. Miss Martha Sproulo, Cincinnati, 0. Mr. nnd Mm. Hubert II. Fcllmy, Orovlllo, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Borlolgh E. Cartmcll, Delnware, 0. Mr. and Mrs. Bruco Barton, Now York, N.. Y, send a characteristic verso: Just a little lino to wish you That your Joys may never cease, And to say tho' wars bo raging Tho B. Bartons nro at poaoo. Mrs. Lewis B. Hopkins, Cincinnati, 0. Ben Hollandor, University of North Dakota, headed for medioino, and spending vacation In Y. M. C. A. work; ' Rov. Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Thomson, havo for salo a nice farm of about A meeting of no small import was acres of good level landonlvl milo held at tho Methodist Church Sun " Lincoln Ridge, Ky. north of Berea, Ky., on thoWolnut uay cvening. T10 mCeting was a big Miss Delphlno Hunker, Associated and Paint Lick pike. A bargain if union affair under Iho direction of Charities, Poughkeepslo, N. Y. taken by January tho 20th, 1915. Delegations tho Epworlh League. A. P. Oabbard, Berea, Ky., Phono en masse from tho C. E., Y. M. C. A., (ad-2SOCIAL AT GYM No. 1011. Ronlo 1, Box 50. iY. W. C. A. Student Volunteers, etc., wero present. Standing room was at A 'general social was held at tho BEREA POST OFFICE u premium, over 300 present. S. B. Tabernacle last Monday ovening for Tho removal of tho Post Office Combs presided over tho meeting in all those students who are spending to tho West End imposes hardships a very pleasing way. Wo undertho holidays in Berea. stand that this meeting will be duTho building was well filled by upon both town and Collego. s Only 12 of tho 120 are plicated next Sunday night with tho llino Iho exercises for tho evening had started. Tho program began taken by peoplo living nearer to the Robert F. Spenco as leader. at 7:00 o'clock and consisted nf a new location than tho present lo- WAR NEWS basketball game between two picked cat'onI Dili WO nillSt submit. (Continued from pago 1) cvmnnulln leanis nnil niimirnn Tho Collego has rented tho place na, Albania, In order that marines who stunts. Mr. Richard Murrel distino for had held that port might be transguished himself by his very skilful now occupied by tho display with tho ropo and Indian $10 a month moro than tho govern- shipped to D irarzo, tho otheiAlbanlan clubs. All enjoyed themselves and ment has paid, and will undcrtako port, where disordor Is rife. The United States government hat went homo feeling refreshed with at its own expense to transport tho mail from tho West End and dis- been notified that Germany does not tho evening's recreation. recognize tho tribute it to students and faoulty and therefore rights and privileges of, discredits, all foreign and others who havo their mail In consuls In Uelgium. Tho Untted States LIBRARY HOURS caro of tho Collego. decline for the preient, however, to The Collego Library is open duro Tho present fixtures recognize Germany's right In Belgium ing vacation from 2 to 5 p.m. every will bo used Germany's sovereignty lo for this distribution day oxcept Christmas and Now and installed for tho present in or to admit Belgian territory, Year's Day. Lincoln Hall. Tho Government encourages us to If you aro not a subscriber, or CHRISTMAS IN BEREA hopo for n "branch offlco" for Bo-r- If your friends nro not, see to It that I hoy oro nnd receive n free premium. Christmas wns observed in Bcroa at somo futuro timo. quietly, hut still appropriately. Tho ovening before tho famous Christmas Eve was marked with numerous parlies and ohurch functions, also with much hustlo and bustlo getting tho presents roady for My Own Brand tho next day. Tho sleeping townsfolks wero WHITE CLOVER: Red and Black Raspberries, Strawberries, awakened early Christinas mornlng Morclla Cherries, Sweet Lombard Plumbs, String Beans, by a bnnd of scrennders, under tho' Sweet Corn, Peas, Pork and Beans, Red Kidney Beans, leadership of Professor Edwards, Small Beets. who sang a beautiful llltlo Christmas carol oxprcssivo of tho spirit EVERGREEN: Itring Beans, Corn, Spinach, Hominy. of the day. Tho morning was given ovor lo tho distribution of presents and tho visiting of friends. Grocrie aad Meat Market At 12:30 pjn. tho students of Ladies Hall woro served lo an ex- lock-boxepost-offlcpost-offlcea Just One-ha' lf Regular Price al 1 Subscription orders' at 'this rate will be accepted only when sent, through regular Courier-Journ: ' ' A , Agent in this district; , ernest Welch Berea, Ky. COURIER-JOURNAL , COMPANY, Louisville, Ky. PROGRAMME Union Watch-nigh- t Service , At the M . (Epworth League and Christian Endeavor.) ' i f ' E. Church, Berea, Ky., Dec. 31, 8 p. m. to 1a p. m. "Thereore let , us not sleep as do others, but let us watch and be sober." St. i Paul. ; JUST ARRIVED s, Joe W. Stephens gation ...Rev. Henry Murrel I W. 0. Hayes, Pres. E. L. Warsaw Brazwell, Pre.-Cv., Re:ponc....ir K., . Silo, t .,f.,. ,r .t. . .. .r.t . ..W'altt-- r W. Hickman" MAdilress;"J Calf of jlgxs" . Robert V. Spent e E. L Male(Qu4r'tettvsT7.srsf RiVef flrown, Berry, and Combs', . '' j fhe. Wa.ysfde Cro'si" Reading, I'The MMutf-3fajiTwin".:... tots! D. V. Brown Quartette.... .', t'."7.'..; The l'arson Sinters,'. AJV Address .'. ..Miss MaV OiHIv'ie. Louisville. Kv. ' ' '0 . Debtor loathe Old." " ' C. E M'le Qiiane'ite'', . .' ' Reading. 7fiarOlJ'Siifefteaft'Mmt', Mra ' Botklns Intrude, ''ym'eSivetifjimi!'''.. ...... Vj Congregations S'cial Hour and Recreation.' (Musfc. by Qrfthjra) , A.ldress, ... .....JVk. Wm.b, FroVt Prelude Dnxology (Tle people standing) ,. , Prayer Welcome Addresa.i . .'.. .'..v Miss Bowling . . Congre '..ri.i,y. . 1 fU 'mear Skill We ' 'UVAat ........ ..... ' . DeYptionaJ,an),j'ra!?e Ci'ck of kPy(en4...,,. .11 Aik'tke KmarftZ-jr- ' M.,mii;fin. MtVw o it - , 1 "WatchHjfiravlalJou'ellitmtiHn. f t 4Ctm - ' ' t . ' I it Page fllx. THE CITIZEN Docombcr 31, 1014. V THE CIGARETTE Orison Swett Marden (ruWIihcd by litre College (rem "Sercc" ty I'ermUlon) WORDS can tell the tobacco story as graphically as the pictures on these pages. I advise every cigarette victim to have his photograph taken every year and put side by side in a frame in his room, where he can If this docs not stsutle him See the gradual, fatal deterioration in himself from year to year. and bring him to his senses, no preaching will ever do it, for the pictures will be a sermon more eloquent than ever came from any pulpit. I leave it to Others to discus's the moral side of cigarette smoking. I denounce it simply because of its blinding, blasting effect upon one's success in life; because it drdws off the energy, saps the vitality and force which ought to be made to tell in one's career; became it blunts the sensibilities and deadens the thinking faculties; because it kills the ambition and the finer instincts, and the more delicate aspirations and perceptions; because it destroys the ability to concentrate the mind, which is the secret of all achievement. The whole tendency of the cigarette nicotine poison in the youth is to arrest development. It is fatal to all normal functions. It blights and blasts both health and morals. It not only ruins the faculties, but it unbalances tile mind, as well. Many of the most pitiable coses of insanity in our asylums are cigarette fiends. It creates' abnormal appetites, strange, undefined longings, discontent, uneasiness, nervousness, irritability, and, in many, an almost irresistible inclination to crime. In fact, the moral depravity which follows the cigarette habit is something frightful. Lying cheating, impurity, Ipss of moral courage and manhood, a complete dropping of life's standards alt along the lines are its general results. Magistrate Crane, of New York City, says: "Ninety-nin- e out of a hundred boys between the agf-- of ten and seventeen jcars who come before me charged with crime have their fingers I am not a crank on this subject, I do not care disfigured by yellow cigarette stains. to pose as a reformer, but it is my opinion that cigarettes will do more than liquor to ruin boys. When you have arraigned before, yoii boys hopelessly deaf through the excessive ufc of cigarettes, boys who have stolen1 their sisters' earnings, boys who absolutely refuse to work, who do nothing but gamble and steal, you can not help seeing that there is some direct cause, and a great deal of this boyhood crime is, in my mind, easy to trace to the deadly cigarette. There is something in .the poison of the cigarette that seems to get into the system of a boy and to destroy all moral fiber." He gives the following probable course ot a boy who begins to smoke cigarettes, "First, cigarettes. Second,;beeri and. IJquors, Third, craps petty gambling. Fourth, horse racing gambling'on n bigger scale. 1'ifth, larceny. Sixth, state prison." Not long ago a boy in New York robbed his mother and actually beat her because she Would not give him money jwitjji which to buy cigarettes. Every little while we see accounts in ' newspapers all over the Country of all kinds of petty thefts and misdemeanors which boys commit in order to satisfy the cigarette mania. ... Another New York. City magistrate says: "Yesterday I had before me thirty-fivboy prisoners. Thirty-threof them were comfirmed cigarette smokers. from a reliable source, I have made thegrewsomediscoveryth.it two of the largest cigarette manufacturers soak their product in a weak solution of opium. The fact that out of thirty-fivprisoners Ihirty-thre- e smoked cigarettes might seem to indicate somedirect connection between cigarettes and crime, And when it is announced on authority that most cigarettes are doped with opium trits connection is not hard to understand. Opium is like whiskey, it creates an increasing appetite that grows with what it feeds upon. A growing boy who lets tobacco and opium get a hold upon, his senses is never long in cyming under the domination of whiskey, too. Tobacco is the boy's easiest and tnosdirect road to whiskey. When opium is added, the young man's chance of resisting the combined forces and escaping physical, mental and moral harm is slim indeed." Young men of great natural ability, everywhere, some of them in high positions, are constantly losing their grip, deteriorating, dropping back, losing their ambition, their push, their stamina, and their energy, because of its deadly hold upon them. If there is anything a young man should gmrd as divin;ly sacred, it js his ability to think clearly, forcefully, logically." Dr. J. j. Kellogg says: "A few months ago I had all the nicotine removed from a cigarette, making a solution out of it. I injected half the quanity into a frog, with the effect that the frog died almost instantly. The rest was administered to another frrg with like effect. Doth frogs were full grown, and of average size. ,The conclusion is evident that a single cigaiette contains poison enopgh to kill two' frogs. A boy wtio smokes twenty cigarettes a day has inhaled enough poi'stmtb killforty frogs. ' Why does the poison not kill the boy? It does kill him. If not immediately, he will die sooner or later of weak heart, Blight's disease, or some other malady which scientific physicians' everywhere now reconize as a natural result of chronic nicotine poisoning." A chemist, not long since, took the tobacco used in an average cigarette and soaked it in several leaspoonfuls of water and (hen injected a portion of it under the skin of a cat. The cat almost immediately went into jconyulsions, and died in fifteen minutes. Dogs have been killed with a single diop of nicotine. A young man died in a Minnesota state institution not long ago, who, five years before, Had been one of the most promising young physicians of the West. "Still under thirty years at the time of his commitment io the institution," says the newspaper account of his story, "he had already made three discoveries in nervous diseases that hod made him Icoktd up to in his profession. But he smoked cigarettes, smoked incessantly. For a long time the effects of be habit were not apparent on him. In fact, it was not until a patient die on the operating table under his hands, and the young doctor went to pieces, that it became known that he a a victim of the p ipr pipes. But then he had gone too far. He was a wreck in mind as well as in body, and he ended his days in, amaniac's cell." Anything which impairs one's success capital, which cuts down bis achievement, and makes him a possible failure when he might have been a grand success, is a crime against himself. Anything which benumbs trie senses, deadens the sensibilities, dulls the mental faculties, Bind takes the edge off one's ability, is a deadly enemy, and there is nothing else which effects all this so quickly as the cigarette. It is said that within the past fifty years not a student at Harvard University who used .tobacco has been graduated at the head of his class although, on the average, five out of six use. tobacco. An investigttion of all the students who entered Yale University during nine years shows that the cigarette smokers were the inferibrs, both in weight and lung capacity, of the although they averaged fifteen months older. Dr. Fisk, of the Northwestern Academy, has asked all pupils who will not give up cigarettes to leave the Academy. In one year, not one of the boys who used cigarettes stood in (he front rank of scholarship. "This is our experience in 'teaching more than fifty thousand young people," says the principal of a great business college. "Cigarettes bring shattered nerves, stunted growth, and general physical and mental degeneration. We refuse to receive users of tobacco in our institution." C garette smoking is no longer simply a moral question. The great business world has taken it up as a dead y enemy of advancement, of achievement. Leading hiMne's firms all In Detroit alone, civ.er the country have put. th i c garette on the prohibited list. merchants have agreed not to employ the cigaretie user. In Chicago, Montgomery Ward and Company, Hibbard, Spencer and Bartlett, and some of the other large cone, rns hve prohibited cigaiette smoking among a I mplojees under eighteen years of age. Mnrsl nil Field and Company, and the Morgan and Wright Tire Compmv have this rule: "No cignn tte-- can be smoked by our employees." One of the questions on the application blanks at Wanamaker's reads: "Do you use tobacco or c'garettes?" The superintendent of tho.Lindtll Street Railway of St. Louis, pays: "Undvr no circumstances will I hue .a man who. spiokes cigarettes. He is as dangerous on the frvntofa motor us a man who, drinks, In fact he is more dangerous; his nerves aie apt to give way any moment. Ifjl fnd a car running badly, I immediately begin to investigate to find if the ' Nine t'm 8 out of. ten he doe, nnd then he goes, for good." man smokes cigre-ttes- . E. H. Haniman, the bead .qf.iba.Unjon Pacific. Railnad system says that they "might as well go tna lunatic asUum for their ernp.ty as to hire cigarette The New Votk, IjJew; UrYfV V- Uarjford, the Chicago, Rock Hand, and Pacific, the Lehigh Valile,y,i,iihe Burlingion, and many others of the leading railroad companies of this country have Usied orders p'ositiyelyvrbtddii'ighe use of cigarettes by employees while on s ... very early in the cigarette smoker, so he finds himself a slave of n practice which was once absolutely withi i his own volition. Another of the deadly infiue ices of cig.erette smoking is the gradual killing of the power of elecisio i. I he victim beg ns to vacillate, to waver, and to ask everybody's advice. He can not mike up his mm J about anything. He loses the pjwer to say "No." The symptom ot .t cigarette viciim resemble those of un opium eater. A gradual eleftdcn-inbenumbing influence creeps a.l through the mcntnl nnd moral faculties; the standards all drop to a lower level; the whole average of life is cut down, the victim loses ihnt power ol mental grasp, the grip of mind which he ouce had. In place of his former energy nnd vim and push, he is more and more inclined to fake things easy and to slide along the line of the least resistance. He become less and I ss pr igressive. ft dreamt mort an I acts lets. Hard work becomes more and more irksome and rep ildve until work seems drudgery to Hrn. Cigarette smoking early im j.urs the digestive organs. It causes a gradual loss of appetite, and the wretched victim substitutes more cigarettes for food. In fact, he finally gets to a point where he becomes such a slave to the cigarette that he cannot do without it. Herein lies one of the greatest dangers of the cig erctte. ereatet a tinging which it cannot satisfy. Victims who have snpked from one hundred to one hundred and fifty cigarettes a day say that, while the smoking gives some temporary satisfaction, it create a perpetual dissatisfaction, in that it never appends the additional lumper it create, hence the. longing for other stimulants that will do what the cigarette premised but cannot fulfill. A physicinn in chaigc of a large tnniinrium in tie West mys thrit thicr-fifth- s of nil the men who came to the institution within a year, to be cured of the opium, morphine or cocaine habit, have been cigarette. smokers, and that sixty pe r cent, of these plcnucd, as the ir only the need of a stronger stimulant than the cigarette. Excessive cigarette smoking increases the heart's action very materially, in some instances twenty five or thirty beats a minute. Think of the enormous amount of extra work forced upon this delicate organ every twenty-fou- r hours! The pulsations aie not only greatly increase el, but, also, very materially weakened, so that the blood is not forced to every part ol the stsicm, and hence the tissues are not nourished as they would be by means of fewer but stronger, more vigorous pulsations. g, e, COMING FOR FUNERAL Dochesa of Manr.katter Hastening to Former Home In Cincinnati. ' e e To-da- li Chance All Americans a "Belgium to Feed Starring Arrangements Made For Sending Parcel Post Packages From Rural Districts. How to Aid the Stricken Little Shier of the World 7ncle Sam Offers .,., e By WILL 1HXOIJV TjasrifffffffffffaK J AJMyr jBUBmsvfiMt 'isaaaaaaH Photo br American Pre Association. HOMELESS DELOIAN WOMEN ON THE WAY TO THE BREAD LINE. the flnet time In Us history the postottlce department tins been In a charitable undertaking. From this time forth any who wishes lo give food to the sturvlug people of Belgium tus oniy to stamp ins parcel in rue regular way anu son a it turougn I lie parcel post. It will go as straight nnd fast as rail and water will carry It to the doom of the starving Belgian, and the money he has paid for stamps will be refunded to tbe donor by the Amcrlcnn Commission For Itcllef lo Belgium, the executive otUces of which are nt 71 tlrnndway. New York city. Seven million people, mostly women, children and old men. are still shut ap In Belgium. Industry stoped when the German came: the money gave out through the payment of tines and Indemnities; the crops were mainly ruined. With the coasts cut off, Itclglum, which Imports three imrtern of her food supply In normal times, could luiHrt no more. Work Is gone; money Is gone; most luiiortunt of all. food ts gone. The German coiiiiierors. who need all their own supplies to guard against the proposed "siege of Germany" by the allies, cannot nnd will not feed them. The allies, that the Germans will kelzu any food coming from a hostile source, cannot or will not feed them. America must feed tliuin or they will starve. There Is no other way Seven million people, until Inst year the most IndiiHtrloim, peaceable and prosperous nation In Europe, will go to their graves this winter unless Ainerlcn gives as never nation gave before. While Belgium needs everything, she needs most of all Jtist food which will stand the tent of ocean transportation, such as (lour of any kind, peas. Iieans and preserved meats. The donor ha only to put up his gift In packages of not less than twenty-livpound nor more than fifty pounds, stump It In the usual wsy and mall It at the nearest postotriee. If the donor adds his own name and address, TOGKTIIKIt WITH THE J UT TEIt "It," the money ho has paid for stamps will be refunded to hint bi tbe commission. Package's mailed from KENTUCKY should be oddressed to KELLY 8T0KA0E AND DISTHIIIUTINO COMPANY, LEXINGTON; CItUTCIIF.il lUtOS. COMPANY. Ut EAST MAIN 8TIIEET, LOUISVILLE; who are agr-nt-s for this district. Cincinnati, Dec. 29. Prlvuto cablev crams received by friend of the Duchess of Manchester caused a change. In the arrangements for the burial of her late father, Eugene Zimmerman. The cabled directions named Jan. 2 as the time of the duchess's arriral here. It Is stated that It Is the determination of the duchess to claim the entire estate of btr father for hersolf and FOIl DUCK HUNTERS SHUT BY CANADIAN GUARDS non-smoke- Apparently Thought Dominion Was Being Invaded. Ottawa, Ont, Dec, 29. The depart-Ben-t of mllltla and defense will appoint a board to Investigate the of two American citizens by soldiers at Fort Erie, on the bor der. Buffalo, N. V., Dec. 29. Fired on by Canadian soldiers as their boats were approaching the Canadian shore of the Niagara rtver near Fort Erie, Walter Smith, a lake fireman, ot Iluffalo, la dead with a bullet bole through his bead, and Charles Dorscb, also ot this city, l at the general hospital with a bullet wound In the breast Tbe shooting resulted from a recent order prohibiting the transportation of firearms Into Canada, Doth men were duck bunting In Canadian waters wheu . the soldiers are aald to have opened Ire on them without the formality of asking questions. Was a (be hunters I e sixty-nin- e s - I( there is'anyluutg tW youth should regard as sacred and should preserve intact at all hazard's: as it affects his future more than anything else, it is bis will power, and this is affected ' n'v.V toppled oifee in ineir boat trio solul., put out In a boat and towed the hunt-ercraft to shore. Although the shooting was crlU-dieas "too hasty" by many there Is no general Impression that It will lead to International com plications. It Is said the boat whs wet: In toward the Canadian shore wbon Chief of Police Delaney of Fort Erie callid to the hunters to come ashore under arrest. According to the Canadian report the hunters did not heoo Delaney's command and he ran to the IlufTa-lonlan- quarters ot the seldlsrs. ana later brought the aquad that did Urt shoot-la- c. d One eyewitness said that Chief Delaney pleaded In rain with the soldtera not to fire tho shots, declaring that It would be sufficient to frighten th hunters. Akwvt Ue ealy that if avftfew la wiH have x '. 1 sohe iy tMaa I astrmatagsi la uktssf iK t vtom the yr December 31, 1011. THE CITIZEN THE CITIZEN PRIZE CONTEST Rclow wo prfnt the prizo essay by Miss Onto Silvers logcthcV with her picture. II Is very gratHying to, Tho Citizen to havo this interest in llio contest. This prizo consists or one-ha- lf (Hoard, School Rills for ono year. Room and Incidental Fees) and wo. nro glad to give our readers her es say this week. i I Tho second prizo was won by Mallio Itiddlo of Orlando. This prizo or School consists or one-ha- ir Rills ror two terms in Bcrca. The third prizo was won by Miss Mao Hackney or Orlando. This prize. of School Rills consists or one-ha- lf j for ono term in Bcrca. May another year bring greater j interest among our bright boys and girls. II may mean a start toward a collego education. A WOMAN Page Seven. EST Blk .pBssssssr-TiiBssr SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door BereaV Vocational Schools money-earnin- Training lhat adds to your general education; i g I f bBbBmbbbT .BBBBBBL. i FOR YOUNQi ing; Oommerco and Telegraphy, Homo Science, FOR YOUNG LADIES power, combined wilh j Carpentry, Bricklaying, Prinl. , Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea' s Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with somo vocational training. No mailer what your present advanrcmcnU'wo can put you with others liko yourself and givo chance for most rapid progress. Rumold Matheny McAllister 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course FIT FOR AN EXAMPLE A woman fit for an oxamplo is a woman or good common sense. Sho may bo very beautiful or very homely In appearance but tho way in which sho conducts borscir at homo and abroad aro tho things most admired by her friends. She should seek moral society and conduct herself in such a way that no one can speak ill of her. Sho should bo firm in what she believes to bo right, and strong in her resolutions and determinations, always thinking bcroro speaking. Sho should bo guided by her con science and not by tho influences or others, and show by truth and her daily work, sho is what sho is try ing to live. Sho should bo kind and pleasant both to old and young, always speaking words or kindness and en couragement to those around her, never neglecting Iho liltlo acts of For thoso who nro not expecting to teach and who arc not go)ng thru College, but desire more, general education. This is Just tho thing ror those preparing ror medical studies or othor proressljioa without a college courso. It also gives tho best general education ror thoso who wish a good start in study and expect to carry il on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School bbbLbbp. lsbbbbb sBaaEiilBk xKS&Sri 3bbbbbbbbV Clark Miss Bowersox Friends You Will Meet at Berea 600,000 w Edwards This gives tho very best training ror thoso who expect to tcac'b. Courses arc so arranged that young peoplo. can teach through tho summor and rail and attend school through tho winter and spring, thus earning monoy to keep right on in their course of study, nead Dinsmorc's great book, "How to Toaoh a District School." 5th Door 6th Door Berea's Preparatory Academ Course Berea College . This is tho straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department. This ia tho crown of tho wholo Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Questions Answered ng American Chlldron Neod Your Help Today Nearly half a million children can lie released from exacting anil Injurious work during llio New Year according to a statement issue December 28 by llio National Child Labor Committed announcing the new campaign il is launching on behalf child labor bill of the Palmer-Owe- n now pending in Congress. The first step in this campaign will bo a national conference in Washington, I). C, on llio 5th. and Cth. of January, at which Senator Owen, Senator Kenyon, Hon. A. Mitchell Palmer of Pennsylvania, r Mnrdnck of Kansas. ii.ui Julia C. LaOirop of tho Children's Hureau, Jane Addams of Chicago, Jasper Y. Ilrinton of Philadelphia, William II. Mallbie of Maltimoro and others will speak. The next move will be tho observance of Chilil Labor Day on January 2 and 25. when 10,000 clergymen and school principals throughaddress will out tho country churches and schools on tho subbill. Later ject of the Palmer-Owe- n exhibit prein February, a pared by the Committee will bo opened in Son Francisco ns n part of the Panama Exposition. Vii-inel tricate and sparkling as now. All tho trappings of tho military world aro alluring. "Military music Is full of piercing notes which set the corpuscles of tho blood dancing. Hut military music is not tho music of war. Tho music- of war Is tho groans or wounded and dying men, and tho women. Misobs or broken-hearte- d litary music is, one or tho embroidered veils thrown over tho race of war to mako boys think that war is glorious." - OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea Collego with institution. II requires cerits affiliated sohools, is nol a money-makitain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars oach year for Iho benefit or its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and savo in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students comu lr'iin the best families and arc earnest to do well and improve. For any who may be sick tho College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Bcrca live in Collego buildings, .and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuahto fraining and getting pay according to the valuo of their labor. Except in winter it Is expected that all will havo a chance to earn a part ol their expenses. Writo to the Secretary before coming to secure employBEREA, FRIEND ment . . . ..V. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, ,cto tary with different people. Bcrca favors plain clothing. Our climate is tho best, but as students must attend classes regardless or tho wcathoc, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary. STORE rurnishes books,- toilet articles, work THE aniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES arc really below cost. Tho Collego asks qd rent lor tho fine buildings in which sUidcnts live, charging only enough room rent lo pay ror cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For tablo board, without coffco or extras, $1 .35 n week, in tho fall, and 31.50 in winter; for rurnished room, with fuel, lights, washing or bedding, 10 to CO cents ror each person. SCHOOL FEES aro two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantCD 'or return ol room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and , is returned when tho student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on oxponscs tor caro of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing ror-- ' tuition or service or teachers all our instruction is a Tree girt). TltB Incidental Fee ror most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $0.00 and $7.00 in Collegiate courso. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental roe and room runl by the term, board by the hair term. Installments aro as follows: WINTER TERM SNAKE A NESTS IN LIBRARIES Onie Silvers HOW THEY MAKE ARTIFICIAL SNAILS IN PARIS ' In tho current issue of Farm and Fircaldo Herbert Quick, editor of that publication, writes an Interesting articlo about tho uso of various meats as food. Ho shows how our ideas of fowl do not always conform to tho ideas of other people. He says that, for oxamplo, In Japan, tho meat of a red dog Is a great iiilnnnv nnd that In Franca since war horso the Franco-Prussia- n meat has been quito frequently used. In tho following extract from his nrticlo ho tells how artillcial snails aro mado in Paris: "Within a year or so a workman In Paris sued his employer for personal Injuries Incurred in his work ns a maker of artificial snails. This ini dm eat meal out of tho bag. Tho demand is so great that thero arc not enough natural snails to supply it, nnd this guileful business man bad perfected machinery nnd n formula whereby ho look tho lights or animals qui to ns good food, I suspect, as their livers and tho flesh of cats and therwlth filled secondhand snail shells for tho epicures, nono of whom could detect llio imposture." WHAT THE SOUNDS OF WAR REALLY SOUND LIKE In Iho January Woman's Home Companion Charles K. Jefferson, pastor of Broadway Tabernacle, Now Now York City, writes n war articlo entitled "A Continent on Fire," an interesting extract from which follows: "No one in tliuo or peaco can understand what war is. Wo may pro-paIt, but wo do not realizo ia wo aro preparing for. what It Military preparations aro quito oven exciting. Hoys and girls aro always fascinated by the paraphernalia or battle. Never have tho instruments of war been so in ro gentloman in tho Far Fast in taking a book down from llio shelf fell a sharp pain in the end of his linger. Ho thought a needlo had been left in tho book, nnd that II had pricked him. His band and arm began rapidly to swell, and he died from tho wound, which waf tho blto of a snako that had crawlc into tho library. Books, like the tongues of philosophers, aro the best and worst things In the world; if good tho best, If bad the worst. So many books today aro beautiful in their rhetoric, brilliant In their pictures, auU yet often so very dangerous to the morals of tho reader, as though serpents had crawled into tho volumes to sting tho souls of tho readers to death. Of such authors can bo said: "Thoy have sharpened their tongues like a serpent; adder's poison is under their lips." (Ps. 140:3.) Tho. Christian Herald. BOARDING AT THE HALL Tho record or tho Collego Hoard Ing Hall ror tho rail term is another Remember in the record breaker. llrst placo tho prico of board has not MIRACLES Mi tho assistant secretary, who will help them find their rooms and lako them to llio Dean of tho department they wish to enter. Young men go directly to tho Sec retary's Olllro In Lincoln Hall and Mr. Vaughn will help them find thoir rooms and tho Dean or thoir department. Reyond n doubt you will find somo old Horea students on tho road or on (ho train, who will bo your friends at tho very start. Head tho announcements or Iho school on page 7 or this Citizen and you will have no trouble when you get here. Tho old students at Dcrea aro always friendly to and you will soon feel at homo. Ry tho end of a month you will havo more friends in Herea than anywhoro else in llio world! new-coine- rs, been raised for moro than twenty years. Each new rlso in tho prico of provisions has been met by somo invention in tho way of economy. Hill tho big thing is that Iho board has not only been inexpensive; but Tho peoplo satisrying and good. boarding at tho Hall tho past fall have actually gained In solid weight considerably moro than a ton! And the students' health has been belter than over before. Resides this the pleasant arrango ment or dining rooms by depart menls promotes ncquninlanco and sociability, nnd gives a homelike atmosphere at meal time. DR. MOSSMAN Dr. Mossman, with tlo ablo assistance or Miss Ogilvio and tho girls, who aro In 'training for nurses, tins kept our students in remarkably good health this year. Tho row cases DIRECTIONS TO NEW STUDENTS You will ll(i(t somo ono at tho railroad station at Horea to direct you to tho Collego grounds only a third of a mllo away. Young ladies go directly to Ladles Hall where they will flnd Miss Car-ruthc- rs, kindness ana courtesy shown to those who aro poor and unfortunate, Sho should have great self con trol, and strive to do her best' in all things, never giving away to her temper. She should bo or a congenial nature, trying to mako everything pleasant ror herseir and everyone around her. Sho should havo respect Tor otb or people's reelings, not saying any harsh things about her rriend3 and neighbors, not always trying to keep up hard reelings among her neighbors. She should bo neat about her home, keeping everything neat and tidy, bo over ready to adopt new and better plans instead or staying Sho should in tho same old rut. keep her person neat and attractive and bo simple and natural in her tastes about her dress and general nppcarance. Sho needs to have a good education and bo bright and intelligent, and tako great Interest in social irs that aro uplifting. Sho should mako herself ngrcea-bl- o among tho young men and women of her community. She should not get old too quick but always bo young and youthful, for there is no ono who likes a dignified old maid. Tho ono great thing that will add lo her life is a strong Christian character and this will provo a greater attraction than beauty, so that when sho passes, peoplo can say of her as they did of Evangeline, "Ihero is a moro celestial brightness and an ethereal beauty shining in her faco and encircling her form and when sho passes it seems as tho passing of exquisite music." Onio Silvers, Covo School, Burr, Ky. ar-ra- - VOCATIONAL AND hCllOOI.S FOUNDATION ACADIMY AND NORMAL ;. COLttflB ''7.20 9.M Incidental P'eo Room $ 0.00 '6.00 C Board, weeks 0.00 7J20 9.00 in $20.00 Amount duo first of term Board 0 wks, duo middlo of term 9.00 i- $22.20 0.00 $233 0j '$32JiC-7J0C Total ror term Incidental Room Fco ''$29.00 SPRING TERM $"5.00 '$3120 $ 6.00 5.UO . '400 6.75 " 5.0Q Board, 5 weeks 6.75 0.75 $18.75 6;7S Amount duo first of term .... $15.75 Board, 5 weeks, duo middlo of term 6.75 Total for term laundry. Special Expenses Stenography and Typewriting Bookkeeping (brier course) Bookkeeping (regular courso) Business courso lor students in .'$22.50 $17.75 6.75 821.50 $25.30 'This docs not inolude the dollar deposit nor money ror books or Business. Winttr $12.00 12.00 Total $10.00 10.00 80.00 18.00 0.00 5.00 other departments: rr or sickness have been well cared ror, and those who have spent a little time in tho hospital actually count tho experience something to bo remembered with pleasure. Uul the beautiful thing is that by quiet talks in tho department chapels, nnd ndvico to tho students from timo to tlmo, wo havo kept sickness away. Wo camo to tho last chapel excroiso or tho rail term and nobody had oven a cold to disturb tho audi enco by. a cough I Fop a Moment Ho Wat Alarmed. When Grout P. Smith, a philosophically-Inclined citizen of Petunia, reached homo tbo other evening, tho hired girl, a loquacious porson, met him at the gate, all with ex- citement. "Oh, Mr. Smith." she hissed, "a book agent was hero this afternoon, and be held your wlfo on his lap!". "That bo?" was tho reply. "I was afraid vou wore going to say ho sold nor a eet of cyclopedias." Kansas City Star. luck of huniiir limy provoke A mll nnicnvi our rUn; Hut, while hi rHiinnt rnirk n lokt, Rhr un rmi lin-iih nmn -- Woman. ('Ini'lnnatl Knqulrtr. Largest Motor 8hlp. The Slam recently built at Copenhagen la the largest motor ship In the world. She la 427 feet long and hu displacement of 18J00 tons. Stenography 27JX) 9.00 7.50 Typewriting, with ono hour's uso or instrument 18.flD 0.00 5.00 Com. Law, Com. Ccog., Com. Arith., or Penmanship, each 1.60 1.50 5.40 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per tsrm. Any young man oi young wonmn can get an education ot Berea if thero is tho will to do so. It is a great advautago lo continuo during winter and spring nnd have a full year or continuous study. Many young peoplo waste tmio in tho public sohools going over and over tho same things, when they might bo Improving much raster by coming to Berea and starting in on new studies with somo of tho best young men and women horn' other counties and states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that 'they are above 15 years old, in good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, Winter Term opens Jan. 9, 1915. Get ready; bo on timet t, For information or friendly advico writo to the Secretary, able-bodied MARSHALL E, VAUGHN, Bcrca.'Ky. ,1 A II billion of tho emergency cargo of six hundred tons of foodstuff. HI, experiences wero thrllllmx Iho itory Irvine, Dec. 28. Circuit Court ban ho lolls Is of tho utmost Importance. been In session two weeks. Several cases disposed of. Splvey and Dcn-n- YOU EAT $3 WORTH er IQOS A. wero acquitted for murder. YEAR Monday was County Court day hero; Farm and Fireside iayu: I f1l T writer. Tt mm Ho famrnint vaMkkM mIm ilt owing lo tho bad oalher!very few "American hens lay slightly over ti rood K. Writ fUlttf. ti Mt tof rMItlM, Muu rrU nllendcd. Reverend Anderson lllled MM,(W0,00() worth of egga n year. his regular appointment al Liberty That Is, every person cats on nn Sunday, Hugh Witt of Rico Station nverogo $3 m'orlh." brother Messrs. John and E. C. Ever-sol- o JACKSON COUNTY has moved his family hero where of Wbilesburg. Mlssf s Margar-- et McKee they will reside, Chas. Masters, Jr-h- as IN OUR OWN STATK and Sarah Baker of Berea were tho McKco, Dec. 20. The Rev. E. 0. guests of Miss Martha Dean Christaccepted a position with the L. (Continued from Pago I) N. R. R. A six Inch snow fell hero unry and continue Hobbs, Evangelist of Illinois, left for mas eve. Miss Ethel Flancry, who Is success. 0. C Thomas and family Jiil lij Iheiii.Mrs. E. E. McCollum's several weeks. his homo after holding a fourteen teaching at Shamrock Is spending of Berea are visiting tho parents of srhoo s closed 18th with a nice pro- last week nud wo continue lo have Tho leaders of Iho movement look days meeting, which has proven the holidays with her parents. Sho Mrs. Thomas, Win. and Nannie Rich. gram rendered. Hebor Wilson. very disagreeable weather. Mr. and preliminary sleps today lo erect a very beneficial to Ilia community. I L. Martin has purchased a pony Chester Crank, Ed and Dulbcrl Cook Mrs. Silas Groves and Mrs. Harry temporary tabernacle at tho corner wjll return to her school about tho Tho pntertalnincnl nt Iho Sunday 10th of January. Wlllio Dean, who from somo one InornearHcrca which aro al homo for vacation. Many of Shockey of Illinois am visiting Mrs. of Main and Mill streets, which is to W. I. Masters. Mrs. Sam Adams of accommodate the service nnd which school was n success, Santa Claus is in school at Berea is visiting his is qullo a show lo Iho lilllo folks, tho y Ming Mks around hero being there in all his glory, forgot parents during tho holidays. Misses this being the llrst one around here. do going to Berea to attend Missouri Is spending holidays with will hold !,r00 persons. Herald. neither man or child. Hugh Collier Suda and Mollio Powell, Drs. Hawkins There is quite a lot of bear talk school i 1. A. Clark spent Sunday her father, Dallard Lackey. Wishof State University is spending tho and Guy of Richmond, Misses Jessio in 'his neighborhood, but no one gets night t F. V. MeCollum'J. Ho will ing The Citizen n happy and pros- Hendorson Boys do on Rlke Over Country Roadt and Win flbO holidays with home folks. Delia and Lytila Young, wero entertained to seo the bear. It ts reported it has leave Piles lay for Bowling Green, perous New Year, Wager. Hornshy of the girls' dormitory by Hie Misses Flannery Sunday. been seen in the region near Climax. where lie wil lake n business course. Ileiulorsonville, Ky, Dec. 29. UNITED STATES NEWS at Annville and Hoy Hornsby Misses Mabel and Lelia Flannery, Aunt Susan Ogg, who has been sick Mr, Chirk Is I. self made man and wc (Continued from pago t) On a wnger of f ISO In gold (hat they of Louisville College of Pharm who are in school at Bcrea, aro visit- Is slill ronllned to her bed. Bom wish lifm iucess. Mack Gibson of acy,' are spending tho holidays ing home folks. to tho wife of J. J. Mullen of near this vicinity was killed Christmas tfon wn linpoaslbln until the roll ol could not walk from Henderson (o Inmates at the home of Dr. W. D. HornsScaffold Cane Church a Hue baby night liy Ben Begley. They were nt of men, could bo checked up. Scorm Owensboro in ten hours, James women nnd children won Hodge and Thomas Led, local boys, Walnut Meadow by. Miss Emma Sparks is welcomed Is presumed, girl, Miss Beulah Grace. R. J. Ab- a dan.u ami both, it taken down ladders. closing her school. won the bet today by walking Iho homo after Walnut Meadow, Dec. 28. Christ- ney, Jr, of Clear Creek and Miss were lirinklnif. Walker Flanery Grneo, Verna and Stanley Engle of distance In nine hours nnd ten minkilted a $200 mule Edilh Linville were united In the shot and inas pased on rpiitely. Every one utes. The (rip was made over counBerea College arc spending the, holli-da- ys a sane Christmas. Miss Ethel solemn rights of matrimony, De- from iimler fiim, Christmas Day. at home. Dock Farmer is Moore gave a parly at her homo cember 21, Rev. Rowlelt olllcialing. Fred I tiers' i chool closed December DEED OF FENZIED NEGRO try roads which in many places lay spending some time with the sheriff Saturday night, about forly-llv- o ileep in mud. Wo wish them both a long and pros- 21 wil i nn entertainment. He had a Orother.ln-Laand greeline hid time friends. The wager wns I lie outcome of u and Then present, all had n jolly good time-M- iss perous life. Now as tho old year very vice prigram anil nil onjo)ed Shot HI Killed H'.a Daughter. last week and is at home with his dlcussioii of the report that Hrlllsli )h. Clayton Holbrook Margaret Anderson was mar- is Hearing and end and a new year it eiy inu parents. Leonard Farmer spent a ried to Mr. Hill of Tennessee at her coming in we should all try hard to couteii plates going to Lexington to Iloonvllte. Intl.. Dec, 29. llrooilln soldiers made forced march of ninea daughter ty miles lit three days .mil did somo lown-D- ill deaths Hays. U. S. home on few days in month. Mrs. make the new year more prolllable study elegrafhy. He will leave tho over the suddenbelieving of the 2d of this that Thomn ar.d noil, nnd Navy, son of Isaac Hays, was homo Sirena Ogg passed her Christmas day than tho old. Kver body should llrst o. the jear. llk'litlug eu route. The young men Or ecu. colored, nn nllcRcd hypnollit Mated they could walk thirty inllt on a furlough but has loft to join his as usual, presiding as the mother welcome The Citizen in their homes wns In notno manner connected will BELL COUNTY ship in Boston, Mass. Our County over her children, grandchildren and as it is surely the best paper for in leu I'ours. Then a bet was plac the deaths. A M, JemilncR, colored, o. disCourt Clerk, R. M. Ward, Is all smiles great grandchildren at her home. Iho money prtnled anywhere for Ralston Chnndlcr. called Orcen from his home that they could not cover tho over tho arrival of a big boy at his Her thoughtful mind and cheerful general information, tance between this place nnd Ownes-horRaMnn, Iht. 20. J. If. Collins is and (lred two ihots Into hU hod farming and home. J. M. Hignito is having a heart, not forgetting one. Presents different things. Subscribe now if on the sick list, this week. Two lit- Orcen, who ts prohnbly fatally Injtirnd just thirty miles in tho stated of Jennings. new addition added to his etoro were given to all, ranging from tho not a reader of The Citizen. length of linitv-Hera- ld. tle rhulrcn of Frank Hensley were Is a brother-in-laofficer-- , house. Tho latest news from Mr. "A B C" Blocks and Mothcrgooso burned to death tho 23rd by their I When JennltiRii learned that McCroary to Receive wore on their way to Chandler from GARRARD COUNTY and Mrs. Messier slates a complete stories up to the large and cxpensivo es Anclolhir r patching Iloonvllln to arrest htm ho nhot and j r i allium i, ifl't. .i. im ri inn recovery and hope to be homo soon. Bibles that she gave to each of her Paint Lick derson ami Morris Collins spent killed hi" yontwM daughter and bur Mrureary today announced mat no BulPaint Lick, Dec. 27. Jas. Pickanl Christens at Livingston. J. 0. children. Miss Ruth Terril and Guy Headed himself In his homo, tail was will hold a reception at tho GoverAnnville Duerson drove up to Berea Christ- and family have moved lo Wnllace-to- n lock Is on th'i sick list this week. later arrested. nor's mansion Jnnunry I and will Annville, Dec. 28. The little two mas Day and got married. Miss into part of tho bouse occupied Jurd Y.irk wis in Pinevillo the 22ml, of ho glad I.) receive nil citizens year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nannie DeVcro and Hugh Corn wero by Tommy Hicks and famllv-T- ho on but nessfXnias passed off very GRANTS STAY OF EXECUTION Kentucky who will lienor him with Frank Roberts was seriously burned married one day recently. Stephen Joe Wallaco's property sold lust nicely, -- Mr. aid Mrs. Captain Morris their presence. on the 16Th insl. Her recovery is Green was given a Christmas storm Tuesday. James Ogg got the liomej of Witi crs, are visiting Mr. and Mr. Lto M. Franks Cate Will De Heard SUGAR WILLBE HIGH doubtful. Mrs. Fannie BallTwho lias by the gathering in of bis children by Supreme Court. According I" cUimptcs of tho been sick is improving slowly. Mrs. to spend the holidays. Leslie Washington, Dee. 29. Tho supreme sugar beet crop in the I niled Slates J. H.'Pcnningon is on tho sick list. Shockley gave a social to the young Cbinaa to JOcflln.and to Cultivate In tbc court has flnall) comn to tie relief of for 11MI published in the current is- Mrs.Joe King died 13th insl. Miss folks of this vicinity last week. ' Leo M. Frank of Atlanta, who la under pro- Pearl Medlock, who has been at- Pcoplo havo been saving their ico sue and senvence of 'Mth for the murder of I'.I....I of Farm UiulAi Fireside Iho I 11. ..I....I ...III I... tending school at Berea is homo for Mary Phainn und will pus on the lllli I ill lit' mm,!! urns piiui l ill mu last week. Will Moore reports 1013 crop. The chances aro Hint the holidays. M. L. Watson of Nor- this ho has saved two houses of the merit 4 of the Ctthe. ton, Va. gave fiis sisters a glad sur- that Justice l.amir annomcd Hint the sugar will he one of the last food best ice he ever had. Charlio Mul-li- ns Spend soma time each da f in tl inking appeal to thi supreme court would he product to go down in price. prise by a visit on Christmas Eve. is planning on getting his tobacof mv own imnrovciueii allowed, and notlreas neat lo the Tho Annville Sunday School had a co ready for market by New Year's Begin a collection of help 'ul sayings. Jailer In Atlanta, which nil' orato a' nice entertainment and Christmas Day. Do promptly whatever I lec to bo my 3. a stay of execution under the sentence Monument and Headstone Tree Christmas Eve. A large crowd uuiy. to bare boe. sr ot death which ROCKCASTLE COUNTY attended and many children wero A well Lettered and Cut Memorial I. Try to know the real u nth, and to rUd out late la January. happy by the nico presents made speak the truth. Johnetta costs no more than shoddy work. Old Sanla brought. Tho Sunday keep every 5. Bo strictly honest, and Johnetla. Dee. 23. Tho Baptist Write for I'riccs. promise made. School at Piceon Roost has closed Church at New Hope called Rev. A. study, BACK ON THE JOB 0. Learn to enjoy labor ant CONGRESS till Spring. David Gabbard and fam- Cornelius for their pastor for 1015, "The Quality Shop" Take pleasure in the well tro of it hers, ily aro moving back to their old and we wish them a successful year. and avoid jealousy. Members Droke All Record in Matter home on Indian Creek. Jno. Harwood Mgr. -J-ohnetta School is out with Miss of Culctmas Holiday. Think often of what ui) frienjs and Dinksie Lake as teacher. We had a my God desire for me. MADISON COUNTY Washington, Doc. 29. Conrs v successful school. Robert Spencc Berea 9. Commit lo memory songs that hspirc. Ky. today ufter a rscevt which Big Hill made our County farm demonstrator 10. Shut out of my mind evet tho thought bosan on Dec. 23. This Is the llrat Big. Hill, Dee. 28 Miss Lucy Hayes a visit to Johnetta a few weeks ago, of wrong-dointime so far as any member of the old II. Think and speak kindly i r all. closed her school last week, Miss and had great results. Wo aro, hopnet Inhabitant! assorlntJun of tho Dis12. Have faith in God, ami d illy sck His Hayes Is Superintendent of Sunday ing for him to come again. Thomas trict of Columbia can rccuil that Kentucky History in Outline help lo live by these pri icfplcs. failed to take n reeoM in the School. She put tho Publio School Pennington and Marin Ballinger Correlates wilh U. S. HUtorjr holidays bridging New Year's day. program and her Sunday School have returned home from Perry I'm- - 25 Cents program together and with a beauti- County where they havo been at place, it brought $38.50 per aero ami Jaiues Colliua Bill Bullock has When the house met today It resumod of the postotllco approChristmas Tree Christmas Evo. work. Dewey Ittllingcr sold seven Harden Kitld tho bottom laud for bought lolin Hart out and Mr. Hart consideration The senate continued ful Miss Mnggie Reynolds priation bill. Rogave' a very nice eiilerlainincnl. pigs for 15.00. liogs aro on tho 6100 per acre, Miss Pearl peters, a has mined to Harlan. Keliio Buch- debate on the immigration hill IndiDox 4G NichoUttilU, Ky. bert. Spenre of Berea gave a nico boom here, Christmas passed off Berea student, is enjoying a few days anan si tut Christmas with home cations are now thnt little nslde from Chiltalk at the close of the exercises. Utiitely here. Tho Rev. Geo. during vacation with her parents, folks al llarriman, Tenn. Leonard the big supply Mils will be panted this Also Rev. R. L. Ambrose gave a good dress is going to start to Clay County Mr. and Mrs. Bob Peters. Also Miss Brewer ha left for Fork Ridge, winter. CINClNNuil talk. Mr. Ambrose hasUPcn a faith- the 27th to hold a meeting. Anna and Etna Wallace are home Teiui.- - lev. Sam Wilcox will preach Deepondcnt Grocer't Suicide. ful trustee, visiting tho school often. during vacation. Miss Mary Bow-- 1 every S lurda; night and Sunday at. Disputanta Madlnon, Ind.. Dec. t'J. A. J. DenI is also a faithful workill's school closed Monday witli a Capito. ? Corn No. 1 while 694c. No, 2 whit nett, grocor, (Mtnmlttod suicide by Disnulanla,. Dec. 25. Miss Anna nico entertainment, Misses Grace 'in tho Sunday School and many er n;pondency li thought fi9G!ic, No. 3 white tUf t?.c. No polton. Wed1REATH1TT COUNTY others In this community have Bogie closed her school last and Dora Gentry are at home during i white fi74j68e, No. J jellow "Oc caused the act to ba .Lambrio No. 2 yellow CMifrTOc. No. 3 chow taken great interest in our Sunday nesday with an exhibition. The en- vacation.-M- r. nnd Mrs. Oscar Gabfii69'.ic. No. 4 jellow G7C7toc. No . School. We hopo to mako a better tertainment at tho Davis Branch bard spent Christmas day at Mr. Lamb ic. Dim. 2.r M. D. Slacy has' 1 mixed 70c, No. 2 mixed C'J'iffTOi: Uncle Sam Calls a Halt success in 1915. Everything passed school on Thursday was very good. and Mrs. C C Blanloii's. been on Iho sick list Tor somo time' No. 3 mixed fi'JO fiflijic, No. 4 iiilu-- ti". nicely hero for Christmas. Edd There was a larfce crowd out and off .mi is id bettior. Mrs. R. B Fugnu. Says England Has Interfered With QG7!xr, No. 5 mixed r.UUoC'iC, No. Point Leavell mixed tHHftGr.itr, white ear S(i'i7c Poff and Miss Susio Lakes were mar- ovcrybody seemed to enjoy Ihem- -j American Commerce is on 11 w siolt list this weeki Wo ried at the home of R. L. Ambrose selves. Miss Edith Linville of Scaf Point Leavell, Dee. 28. Miss Nellie had a nico wlile Christinas. Every I Washington. Dec. IX). Tho United yellow ear liGfiiiSr, mlxrd Cliff Ge No liny No. 1 timothy tl8.&0tt'J, Christmas Eve. Wo wish them great fold Cane and Reuben Abney of Ibis Scott, who has been leaching the thing nt oil quietly. Very lilllo Stales gorverninent has dispatched a 2 timothy 116.60(117, No. 3 tlmoUii place were married on the 23rd hist. White Hall school has returned whisky was used this Christmas In long note to Great Itrilnin insist lug $H.r.oai5, So. t clover u.lxed success and much happiness. Miss Bessie Johnson and Waller Brother Rowlclt was tho ofllciating homo and will finish her school this vii inity. It is hoped that by ipon an early improvement in the No. 2 clover mixed IlK.Uttf 1G.&0, No. Bundren are spending the Holidays minister, There was a Christmas next spring. Miss Sallie Haininons, another year they won't allow It to treatment of American commerce byi clover ) 18.5U, No. 2 clover mixed $ I '..: I 16.60. at P. Hayes. William Hayes is im tree at Macedonia Church on last who is attending school at Berea.is enter ot r country. Business in this (he llrilisli Heel. It gave warning! OaU No. 2 white Sl'ic standard Sunday, conducted by tho Sunday al homo for the holidays. M iss Mary tioiKlihoiiood is getting belter. proving somo in health. Willie that much feeling hail been amused SO'ilrSlr. No. 3 white 6d50'iC, No Ovynnsil? homo on account of his School.-!-T- ho littlo child of Oscar and Joe Ha it spent Christmas in Cross I es ani bringing (he same, in this country and that public crit-- , 4 while ISUfi lUHc No. 2 mixed 50rA 5114c, No. 3 mixed iVifCOc, No. Vfsler, Mrs. Anthony Skinner, who Chasteeu, who has had pneumonia, is Paris. .iss's Lucile Lackey and price as last jenr, so wo think busi- icism wns general over unwarrantmixed 4 8 H !!! He has undergono several operations, better. ed interference with the legitimate Fannie Dowden motored over to ness is food. - .no. Wheiti red $1.27VitTl 2SK at tho Berea Hospital this last fall foreign Irado of the United States. Rockford Danville Wednesday wilh Mr. and red M It No. 3 red 1.25tf J.J7. No. EST ILL COUNTY Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Collins spent Tho doauiiicnl constituting the 01.22. Rockford Dec. 27. Wo aro having Mrs. Henry Conn. Richard Lackey KgK llrat 36c, ilrita 34 Via Prime Christmas at Mrs. Collins parents, some very cold weather at litis time, is spending this week witli Jim and strongest representation 011 this sub-JoWitt 22c. ordinary tlrata 25c, Mr. and Mrs. Joo Recce's. They with plenty of snow. G. L. Wren Rob Brown near Lancaster. Rico Wilt, Dec. 28. Wo aro having mndo by Iho United Sink's to Poultry liens, J lbs and over havo returned to their homo in Lex has moved his saw-mi- ll back homo Woods and Mrs. Minnie Par km wero somo v try )lsagreeahlo weather, any of the belligerents since tho out- It Vic; 34 lbs mid over, lO'.ic; uiuci ington. Miss Fox gave a nice Christ and is furnishing Ids many friends married last Wednesday al Iho homo mill an t sno. -- Mr. and Mrs. John break of the war, had Iho personal 3 '4 lln, 10c; roosters, J',4c; young sprtuKon. !.M. Arviro of Illinois aro visiting tins mas Tree and entertainment at Nar service. Tho Disputanta Telephone of the bride. attention of President Wilson him- staggy rooHtere, 1 10c; nnd uuder, ovei 14c, lb IVi II), lHic; row Gap Christmas Day. Miss Company met Saturday, December lalt'rV tfiiren 3, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse self, who revised its phraseology young spring ducka, 4 Iba und over OWSLEY COUNTY M fs Ruth Winn i? rsannio Johnson gave an entertain 2G, and made tpiito a change in their MeGoort 14c; spring ducks, over 3 Ihs, 12c; wilh minute cure. ment and Christmas Treo at tho close Telephone System wilh one watchGreen Hall he pan mis, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tho note declares Hint tho repre- ducks, wlilte, under 3 lbs, 10c; colorcu, 8 lbs and hen 10c; Of her school nt Log Cabin. Green Hall, Doe. 28- .- A. M. Flanory Winn Ibis reek. Mr. and Mrs. sentations aro made in a friendly over, )oung young .urkujB, turkeys, 17c; man to each lino to catch messages. torn 17c; illIliiruis Olivi r of Wisemantown spirit, hut (hat the United Htaes con- cull turktjn, 8c. W. C. Viars of this place sold to died December U. after a long Speedwell Cattle- - Shippers ffl.257.V), uutca G. L. Wren a bunch oMiico shoals ness ami was interred in the hoiii" spout C instil lis day wilh Mr. and siders it hftst to speak iu tonus of Speedwell, Deo 28. Owen Yates Grae frankness lest silence bo construed er steers, uxtra $7.2&y7.50, good tc last week. J. W. Mullen and Miss burial ground the 15th. He belonged Mrs. Ji im N'"Ooorgo.--Mi- s closed his school at Kingston with a choice !G.liit7.15, common to fait Coffey wero finitely married lo tho Masonic order ami was bur- - Winn's clioi'l closed December 18. as an acipilesoeuce In 11 policy 011 11.26660; heifers, extra R75i'7 Christmas treo and entertainment Delia (ho pari of Great llritaiu winch inbride, December Kood to choice $6.tiOGT6.60, couimca tc last Wednesday. Georgo Younge, Jr at the homo of tho fringes the rights of American citi- (air M.26(f6.S0; cuws, extra J5.0iltG Is n hustler and wo has returned homo from Canada; ho 21. Wesley zens milk (ho laws of the nations. good to cholco J5.25G5.60, common tc gave the young folks n parly last wish him a prosperous lite. Ora 3.:S(j4. Since Franco has adopted prac- (air $3.2&i"C, caimera Viors is going to 'build a new house Hulls lloloKiia $6.&0OC, extra $6.11 Friday night and u midnight suptically the samo decrees 011 contraour you th eiuii'iliine.'.'s of lu h .'im t, 4"il rxpri-as soon as weather will permit. He We with to Tim (76.26, fat bulls SGOC.25. per was served. Mrs. Arch Murray Calves--Kxt- ra 110, fair to good 7.D( band as lias Great llritaiu, the nolo or J. M. Billappreciation for lniln- - you lime enlriuled It u du log the rmt wkr, and two children spent Christmas is building on the v. laud futher-in-lavis virtually a slnteinenl Intended for CP 10, common nnd largo Voii'l. $7.08 Quito a ion, Ills The yeur 1914 will p.us Into liltlorv nt one of 1110 nciilmu importance Hogs Selected heavy shippers with her parents.--Charl- ey Todd of all the members of tho triple en- 07.10, good to choice packers and lo the entire world, and while It ll.n prrtenlrtl Hr mid unexpected proh Duncan is moving in with his moth- number of friends and relatives aro tente. terns fur lit all, we think we are J.inllfu-- In Ion. .In;: frnnl wilh hope for visiting at Mrs. Win. Linvillu's and butchers 7.0lO7.10, mixed packeri er, Mrs. I. D. Todd. Christian Herald $6.8007.05, stags $4.5006.60, commoa the future, and with ronlidenee that the year aro making Christmas long to bo I5 will irue to be out of to cholco heavy fat sows $5.6006.60 Representative Returns R. E.Moyo one of ScafKingston prosperity and happlnrtti for u all. shippers $607.15, pigs, 110 I'ji Theodore Wnters, Secretary of Hunt tes.i, $6.6007.16. Kingston. Dec. 28. Mrs. J. M. Ter-ri- ll fold Cane's best young men has gouo ind LENGFELLNER & SCI UVNER 'Iho Christian Herald, has Just reanil fumily returned home, Sun- to Illinois to work in a grocery store Sheep Kxtra $1.7506, good tc Tinshop on Jack n S Ireet, Berea, Ky. Phone 7 or 187 turned from Belgium, where ho went cholco $1.2504.76, common to fell day from Burgln. Mrs. D. W. Webb for M. E. Jones. Wo all miss him to personally supervise tho ilislri- - $2.7504. Is being visited by her father and very much. Wo wish him much ESTILL COUNTY East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Don't say Floui to your merchants, say "I want Zarlng's Patent Flour" then you arc sure of the best biscuit. IrrlM or con-tem- pi 7 o, lire.-Jam- i)f flew E?ear 1915 i g. con-Kres- s i.'U.uic.S Uik-lni- 1 -- K el vis-.ili- THE SEASONS' GREETINGS 1 V