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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mmmmmmAmmmmmw ll w ""i M ' M'pim in i wi 'i i mipm wwjiimbmbmML lf&' jjlik ' jSJt , Official ve S -- Oran of the Republican Party in Knox Tnunty, IJARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOV 29 I w Vol. IX. No. VH JW ies: Vol. 2. No ; 4$ CAUSE BISHOP FOR v THANKS E. H. HUGHES, '' 5 fe- '., ' - : tW ft r W. re: r- - ' HUmPtA :',"'.v v4 . frx ! iMJm NET mi "GIvo thanks aftlio romemhrancn of his holiness." Pact 30:4. If tho spirit of gratltudo is to be awakened In tho hearts of those who receive this Thanksgiving message, It will bo necessary that ag think together of somo ground that Is unmistakably common to all. It Is probably truo that. If wo wished to do so, wo could And reason for thankfulness In the material side of our lives; for we have not been reduced to starvation or nakedness or homelcssness. tlut without doubt there would be vast differences among us in this respect. Some of us have walked with steady feet up the ascent of prosperity Others of us have slipped down the hill, which we had beforo climbed toward ease and Independence. From this you will see that If our thankfulness Is to be unanimous, Its field must bo above our differences in situation and In opinion Our grntltudo must go up toward him who Is 'the owner of tho earth, with Its silver and gold; toward him who by the discipline of the world's suffering prepares men for the painless and deathless couhtry; toward him who presides over nil our partisanship and Is to bo at last tho ruler of all rulers. In this effort to gain a common and lofty ground for our gratitude, let itsTalso our thanksgiving to tho very highest thing and let us heed this ancient commandment, "Olvo thanks at (he remembranco of his holiness." You will note that this text connects thanksgiving with remembrance Perhaps more than any ot'inr diy It' the year this holiday Is a day for n personal retrospect The only date which would challenge Its field in this respect is New Year's day. and that as even its name Indicates, looki for ward rather than backward; It is a day for resolves rather than for remembrance. Whatever may be tho rea son for a man's gratitude. It has to do In some form with his memory If ho Is thankful for his future It Is because ho throws into It tho confidence that ho 1ms won from his past This is true in reference even to the gratitude that a man would feel for tho promised heaven. lie who Is thank ful for worldly succphh gives thanks because he remembers; he who Is thankful for bodily health gives thanks because he remembers. And he who Is thankful for the highest thills gives thanks at the remembrance of God's holiness. Thnnklng Is simply remembering seasoned with justice and reverence: it is thinking backward over tho past and upward to Gcd. It is thought climbing from the lowest to the highest. It Is tho mind traversing Its old Journeys, recognlIng that the God's company was all along ways, and lifting up hero ami thoro memories of tho divine holiness. Tho word of tho psalmift thus states the process through which ono must como to his real thanksglWng. Hut wo have hero given not merely the path along which gratltud) comes, but also the goal which gratitude must reach. Unless a men's hear' arrives at God, tho day Is without meaning An nthelstlc people could have no Thanksgiving day Such a day without God would bo an eye with nothing to see, a volco with nothing to hear, n heart with nothing to lovu. It Is truo that men inlgnf have a Thanksgiving dayt whnrein they should pass 1 from house to house nml from in.m to man, giving praise to humankind for holp, and friendship Hut In tho ordlmry sense a Thanksgiving day Is Impossible without a God. It Is tho conception Hint In broods in holiness over our llves'that aloiu gave tho day Its historic beginning and continues it until now. This psalmist thinker leads us straight to this thought Truo gratltuUe cannot stop short of God. Jf ever a man Is tho victim of his own unfalth. It must bo on Thanksgiving day Jle cannot bo grateful to nothingness At that time no man can really get on unless he has a God. In decpesttruth ho can have no gratitude becaimo it Is Impossible for him to obey tho command, "Give thnults at Hie remembrance of Ills holiness." -- ever taken away, because It was guarded by tho Immortal vlgllanco. Man's faith has always been that tho gold of autumn between tho shores of tho hills will gleam in Its place until tho dlvlno forsakes It. He has always worshipped tho god of tho yel"Thus Thanksgiving Day has perhaps within Itself two elements of perpetuity. It Is the festival of tho two hungers the hunger of tho golds, and the hunger of the harvester that he may himself escape the law of the s harvest, which Is to perish." Mun-Bey'- The Facts About the McCrary Robbery One Cent Postage men arc rentlv Local busine-sinterested in the campaign now being conduched for one cent letter postage. Active steps looking the-- inauguration of the lower postage rate will lie taken by congress Ibis winter according to the present outlook. Now tbnt the parcels post prob Icm lias been disposed of, the next mportant step in postal affairs in this country will be the inaugura- tion of one-- cent letter postnge, according to the officers of the National One Cent Letter Postage Association, which is conducting a campaign for one cent postage. Business men here are backing the nioveincnt for the lower rate The association already has a big membership in this state, and is constantly seeking to enlarge it, so that when the real battle for lower postage is waged in congress next winter, the association will receive ample backing from the business men, whom it will most benefit. Many important postal reforms have been inaugurated during the past year, resulting in the-- elimination of a huge deficit and the ac cumulation of a creditable cash surplus. In addition to this plan has been adopted for a limitied parcels post, to be put into effect early next year. Advocates ol one cent pos-- t igc declare that in simple justice t'ie government must establish the lower ra'c at once. Under present conditions first-c- l us miil is piving a surplus to tlie vernment of over $02,000,001) a year. Although it requires two cents to mad a letter anywhere in the United States, it is estimated that it actually costs the govern ment about one cent to carry it rile-- post office department has al ways been operated with a view to At the prescarrying mail at co-tent time the department receives on s mail a revenue of at least Sic per pound equal to $1GS0 pe ton, thus iiinkiug a profit of 00 per mail sup cent Although e . first-clasfirst-class nuc-cight- h low corn. Megazlno. WSM. A PUMPKIN PIE VISION By WILBUR D. NESQIT. Old Doddridge ato his frugal lunch Of milk and pumpkin pie. And fell to musing, as he ate. Of days that were gone by. The, pie a rich aroma '4 - fGSrW1-- 2&Til sent his raflectire brain. And, oh, tho pictures it called up To An old-tim- e country lano. An old-tim- e country side: lano, with grass All straggling by tho boy, who trudged along tho pathr With basket at his side A Jolly boy, whoso eyes wero keen. Who felt Inclined to sing. And saw the glory of the fall. And fun In everything. A And then he saw a comely girl, With cheeks of honest red. Who smiled at him with sunny glance, And tossed her shapely head. the old school-hous- e again. And heard the teacher "speak; And on the roads of Ho saw frozen snow He heard the wag ons creak. He saw the shellbark: hickory tree; He saw the kitchen door; He saw" tho pantry shelves aaln With pumpkin pies Ho sniffed tho tung of elder sweet Tho bloom of days gono by And thon old Doddridge wakened ur And ato his pumpkin pie. IN galore; , - - EVERYTHING GIVE THANKC Knowledge of God's Love and Powei Is the Supreme Cause for Thanksgiving. pros Abundant harvests, national I'.erlty, peace and security under a government of our own choice these aro certainly grounds for thanksgiving In which every cltUon can aid Hut it Is quite should take pint possible In fact It Is a common to afcentunto these aud other outward blesHlngs In such a way as to make It appear ns If, without thorn, we would as it nation have little or no ground for thanksgiving, whorons the strongest reason for universal thanksgiving would still remain it none of these were, present. Tho knowledge .that God loves tho world, that ho reigns supreme and controls all forces, and is overruling nil events to tho ultimate overthrow of everything that Is evil and establishment of absolute righteousness tliut Is the supreme cause for thanksgiving In us fur as the things of this world are concerned. Hut national thanksgiving can uuv-c- r bo anything more than u hollow sham unlesn tho hearts of tho worshipers are warmed by personal gratitude to God for his personal love and care and protection, and for grout the precious and exceeding promises which he has given us. No heart can bo truly grateful to God that has not learned to trust God and to seo his hand and his love In all the experiences of ll(ev mis-tnk- o i &m jfTrr Thanksgiving, s Hunger Festival. "There Is a story loved- by ull Qer. manic people, and haply by thoyrest of mankind who know It of gold shining at tho bottom of tho rushing - o? s.-- M- Bo. fltnm-o- f it- - cal From rending the McCrenry County News of last week one would think t tint t lint splend d gentleman, I). B McQucary, editor nf the I'ine Knot News, bed been held up nml robbed of a lurje amount of money and valuable n.ip ers. McQucary is trying to handle-that be just like be did the-- J00 nrmed men tiat attended the meetings of. the canvassing board at Pine Knot when the board was trying to steal the election. McQucnry published in his own paper that 200 armed men from Whitley City bad been in Pine Knot to intiminatc No): satisfied those honest men. with that be sent the same lie to Its the some of the dnilv papers. same old Dock Hogue scheme, tell a lie then swear to it. Anything riibt or wrong to help Pine Knot. McQueary says that lie-- went to the Whitley City Improvement Company's office-- to get a certified copy nf the articles ol incorporation of that Company from the County Clerk. McQueary knew that the county clerk's office at that time was not kept in the-- Whitley City Improvement Company's office, but to make his story sound good lie says that it is. County Clerk, oe Myrick, has his office separate and npnrt from the office of the W hitle-- j lity Improvement Company, find very one eNe since the last election 1 The truth nhnii' the whole mnttir 1, iQ'it-.irN t li.it en to the nll'ue of the Wlitlei City Improvement 16 1, 1911 ( nmpaii. in Sampson's absence to - articles of tt n copy of theof the Whitley City Improvement Cuinpanv. The originnl A bank's assets is what it owns in the way 01 money, surplus profits, real estate, (Toverninrnt boiuK ami otboi p.icrs arc kept in a pigeon hole box property. on a table in the Whitley City ImYou can oe that then- - arc provement Company's office. When Sampson returned t his office nnd was imlormed of McQuenry's visit behind every dollar that is deposited in tlii bunk. and whnt lie wanted, Sampson imIn addition to this we have thirty-fiv- e stockholders worth mediately looked for these papers more than one million dollars, aniWhis bank is the largest United, States Depository for the Postal Savings Bank, nnd they weie- - gone. He thought in this McQueary had them. In passing We appreciate your business, whether large through Stearns Monday evening plies less of the-- total or small, and pay 3 interest on time deposits. Sampson saw McQuenrv at the de to innge of the mails, yet it pays pot. He asked him for bis papers 75 percent of the total revenue and McQueary refused to give them This is the-- principal reason whv up. Sampson tmaiiy persiinuen tj,e advocates of one cent postage-McQueary to show him that be did claim the rate-- should be cut in two When Mcnot have the paper. llusiness men ol this town say Queary convinced Sampson that they would have their postage acnot have- - the papers Sampson counts cut exactly in half were-- the passed on. lie-- did not compell new rate inaugurated. At the presMcQueary at the point of a revol- ent time they claim, an enormous ver to give up any papers or any- deficit is caused on second class thing else. Sampson says he-- had mail through the cartage to ex ure probably the largest manufacturers of ready no revolver, and did not threaten trciuc poitits througout the country This is a fact pretty genin the I'nited States McQueary in any way. McQucnry ot mninine mail. Mngtumes. some erally known by every man who is interested in his perassisted by Judge Jones; W. 1 Ilin Ipftliem charging from $1,000 to sonal appoarance, but here is a fact not so well known. klc nnd others, hnd Irnmed up a $5,000 (j'pnge for advertisements, scheme to give- - Sampson some of are carried throughout the United the same medicine thevgave County States Irfr one cent per pound or that you could order a suit or overcoat of any measureCourt Clerk. Joe- - Myrick. Its an $20 a ton compared to $1080 per ment, sie, style or design you want and give thorn seven easy matter to get a warrant in ton which business men pay on letdays time tind this suit or coat will be made to your order Pine Knot for any one thnt is lor ters. The large proportion o f sec- by as high clas tailors as there ts in the world uud yet WliitlevyCity lor the County Scat, OU(, c,nM m(li, llmtler c a r r ; c ,j you will be charged only the regular prico of nxuly-inau-- Whitley City Uanner. t,r0l,0Ut ,lc country is said to be j In this way you aro suro o'f a pcrfoot lit and u clothes. ' ' weekly and monthly iimgaiinc mat All wo want is your luuasure-imn- t saving of from $5 to $2, Imperlshlble Gilt for bun or Daughter tcr on which publishers aje- making and selection and in a weok we will guarantee the clothes to lit and In perfectly satisfactory. Is a Scholarship at the Wilbur K vast proht. You pay more than ninety cents Smith llusiness College, Lexington poiintl. lor currying letter about Ky. A course-- at this College will pr theUjiited Sihics altliougli it be an imperishable capital, and will s INCORPORATED than hall thnt sum tp transport iiualiiy them lor a lite position foi then, lccUrrs .Wsisluut I'astnms. BARDOURVILLE, KENTUCKY To n successful life, nml iiidqc.deu?y tcr luntnl Innie J. llrlu tW msiUfftit InJtuUcc we NVriltrffqiiirculAjj carritgi. , ss s intend to nsk congress to lower this winter's session of congress. An unusually active first class mail from two cents to on one cent and to so adjust other behalf of the propaganda for one classes as to put them on a cost cent letter postnge is being conduct ed by the National One Cent Letter paving basis. believe that one cent Postage Associntiou, which has its "I certainly letter postnge will pay if rates are headquarters in Clevland. lt adjusted. During the ficical year ol t.re Charles Wm. Ilurrows, 1911 the government made a profit president, and Oeorge T. Mcintosh,, of $G2,031,900 G5 on first-clasecretary nnd treasurer. Its advismail, a profit of $182,lSl-2on ory board is made up of some of third-clasmail and a surplus of he biggest merchant-- , throughout fG.001,57'1 on fourth class mail, the country while it suffered a loss of $06,330. Millions of small stumps are-- bein GG2 G8 on second class mail." distributed throughout the United Hundreds of commercial bodies, j States for use on correspondence of chambers of commerce, boards ol J business houses," urging the lower trade, and national business associ- - rate--, and active steps will be taken tions, as well as thousands of indiv this winter to prc-- s through, idual business bouses, have codors a bill providing lor one ed the campaign for one cent post- postage. age-. A bill providing for the-- lowTaken to an er rate will be introduced in con- Schrank Asylum gress this winter, and will be supported by commercial bodies and MILWAUKEE, wis.. Xov.' 2u-J- ohn other organizations located all over Scrank, who shot Col. Koose-vel- t, the country. The American Hankwas tal.cn to Northern Hospit ers Association ih session at D- al tor ttic insane, near ijsiiunsh, to- etroit in September unanimously day, Judge Backus having commitf adopted resolutions favoring one ted bini to that institution on l:r f cent postage, and urging the gov- Jay altera commission had adjudg ernment to adopt the new rate at ed him insatucan-grcss j IfS s The First National Bank Still Grows incur-pornti- Its assets were: November 1912 $240,232.01 19 1,402. November Increase for past year $49829.85 240,232.01 ei-ho- FIRST NATIONAL BANK BarbourvMIe, Kentucky he-di-d rn Hart, Shaffner k Marx nude-clothing 1 ' DID YOU KNOW - le-s- I SMITH, RILEY & CO. .W, J&IJyLtpr' rr THE MOUNTAIN TW QBmkW T-nADVOCAri AT rUBLISHKD KVBhY FRIDAY r t m.,mmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm''!!yjim'mm BAlinOULlVILLIi,KKNTUUi On a s. Jfnlcrwl O. Colic Editor Mnttrr Kebninry , loot at tha Pontotnce nt IlnrtiourTllN, Ky.( under Act of Congrm of Mnrch S, lTV s .IS? One Dollar Per Year in Advance The Official Oman or the RcpuDllcan Parly In Knox County. Royal BakingPowder Adds Healthful DualriiestotheBofl Prof. Prescott, of the University of Michigan, testified before the Pure Food Committee of Congress, that the acid of grapes held highest rank as an article of food and he regarded the results from baking with cream of tartar baking powder as favorable to health. Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar. down the road and see if you can see victim of the" accident was no" longer In bed, and tho rescuer no longer cared about the weather, and tho farmer folks' looked at each other and smiled and whispered: long look. "Even if we had a turkey and cranAn hour later, with both uncle and berry sauce I don't believe they'd eat aunt fidgeting about their girl visitor, a single mouthful. They've Just sorter- the black clouds that had been found each other, and aro tickled to banking up for hours began to advance death." And when at last they could make before a breezo that soon strengthened Into a gale. In flvo minutes tho their way to Turner's, and Uncle Bob gray afternoon had become twilight. stuttered and Aunt Harriet cried tor In fifteen there was cold rain and live- joy, Miss Minnie OBked In a way that ly hall, and Uncle Ilobert was blown was almost heartless: "Why do you take on so? I never Into tho kitchen to exclaim: "I told her it was going to be a had such a lovely Thanksgiving In nil buster, and that she mustn't blamo my life!" me. I started down tho road to meet (PnpyrUht. 1112. by thf MrClure Syndicate.) her. but Lordy what a storml I couldn't get ten rods if I was to die Nown-jiaper "Laiiflh and the World Loughs With You. Weep and You Weep Jone." HH-T- l MVV IlIlM', I ho ('.rent American Mnnzmc nl Tun i tii'ik-inrenter Htriilcri tlwin mux "titer ! mngnzine liefcm llir iiioric-ilie toilnv, It in ii inuK'iziiit- lint will keep the whole fnniil in U l liuiunr. The stall oi Hill coiitnm the kirenu-t- t nrtit-- , i'iitivniiirii, ! critic, ntul editor on the continent. It it liighlv ilhiitrnted mid prnitul in tnnnv colors, It will keep the whole fniniU cheerful the i:irj round, ion can nflorri in spunl Semi tin fiOcnyenr to Io this clipping nnd fiOe tojlm to The llilT I'tililNliiiiH Co. Day tun. Ohio, lot one enr' subscription g - i ML I ''1 . rJW - y 1 Jfl A DEAL lUANHSGNINt "Real Fisherman's Luck for Duke's Mixture Smokers" By DONALD ALLEN. njir 55. Jrgk P I wu a girl I wouldn't bo walking too far, aalu om Uncle Uobert aa a girl of io passcu mm on ner nay down to tho gato of tho Beware of Oint ments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury a meiouiy will siiifly tlustroy tin senso of siut-l- l mill completely l' rntiKethe whole system when enter-iiii- r It through thoiniieous Mirfnoi". Snoli nrtk'loR should never ho iii'd except on prescriptions from tepnt-nhl- o phynlclnns ns the ilniiinpo they will do is ten fold to Hie j;ood y.ii can possible deilvo fioin thin. Hnll's Catarrh ('lire, iniiiiiifiicttiieil by K.J. t'lionoy & Co , ().. uiit.iiii nomcretiry, nnd is taken Internally acting directly upon the blond nnd mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hull's Cntnrrli Cure lio -- tile you get the genuine. It In tnkeii in n ally and innde In Toledo, O., by K. J. Cheney & Co. Tehthnon-Inl- s free. Sold by Druggists. I'rlco "."c per bottle. Tike Hull's K.nliilly IMlls for constipation. I a nnd n Rood reel I That's surely a lucky combination for the angles nnd here's the way you can have them lwtli. . GihmI tobneeo B fr farmhouse. "And why not?" she asked as she almost enmo to a pauso, "Well, according to my Ideas, It's going to rain nnd snow and blow and hall, and when tho storm docs break she's going to bo a buster. You live In the city and don't know anything about tho storms we have out hero. I've, seen It when we didn't have a train along for four straight days." "I wanted to go to the postofflco to mall a letter." "It's three miles thero and back, and if I was you I'd put It off. Meblio somebody'U bo passing that you can send It by. Toraorrer's Thanksgiving, you know, and we are going to have the awtulest, biggest, nicest dinner anybody ever set down to. It's in your honor, you know. There'll bo n turkey, a duck and a chicken; thero'll be cranberry sass, pumpkin pics, currant Jell, sweet elder and apple dump-lln's- ; " there'll be "I think Til Just walk a little ways, anyhow," said tho girl as she opened the gate and passed down tho highway towards the village and tho railroad depot. "And If you come home as wet as a hen don't say I didn't warn je. It's going to come, and it's going to bo a i IJggett All smokers should know Duke's Mixture made by Myers at Durham, N. C. Pay what you will, you cannot get better granulated half sack of tobacco for 5c than the big ounce and Duke's Mixture. And with each of these big sacks you get a lmok of cigarette papers FREE. . her." "Can't see hide nor hair of any girl." reported Uncle Robert after going out to tho highway and taking a a H i 5 for It!" Miss Minnie had reached town and mailed her letter and started back again when the storm broko. Before It came, sho thought she could make out a human figure on the road ahead of her, but wasn't sure. The very first gust picked her up and turned her around and deposited her under a roadside tree. She remained there until the gale began to whip the branches off, and then let go her hold and ran for It. Thero were limbs falling all about her, and the hall stones peppered her until she ran almost blindly. She hadn't gone a quarter of a mile when, as she crouched and covered her face, sho was struck by n flying limb and knew no more. It vas fhe dim sight of the girl and tho scream she uttered when hit, that sent the mnn who was clinging to tho roadside fence back into the highway. He bent over the unconscious form and picked it up and staggered back to the fence and followed It until he saw a light and found the gate of a His lusty calls for help farmhouse. soon brought out a man, and tho senseless burden was carried Into the house and received by a woman. "I don't know who she Is, but I found her In tho road," explained her rescuer. "There Is blood on her hair, and I think she was struck down." "We'll do all we can," replied the man and the woman together, "hut you mustn't look for much. We are mighty poor folks. We hain't got no camphor nor whisky, and as for getting a doctor out from town It can't be done tonight." The girl was carried into the only bedroom and laid on the only bed, nnd when her wet clothing had been removed and sho was between the sheets, the woman got a cloth and a basin of water nnd washed away the blood and whispered to tho stranger "I don't think she's bad hurt. ShVs just fainted away with the scaro of it When she opens her eyes I'll tell her to go to sleep, and sboll be all right In tho morning." "Do you think It's somo young lady from tho village?" asked tho stranger of the farmer as they talked in whispers in the outer room. "No, I don't reckon so. I reckon It's that new girl that arrived at Turner's a few days ago. I saw her going towards the village two hours ago." "rrlved at Turner's! Say, man, are you sum'' Is It a strange girl to the neighborhood?" "I've heard say it was Uncle Dob's niece, and that sho como from the city. What alls you, stranger? Does 200 Dead Found In one Small Town A Gift Willi a Thought in It There's one very simple wnv out MEXICO CITY: Nov. 23 The bodies ol two hundred persons kil led in the earthquake Tuesday have been recovered from the ruins of the little town ofScambay in the northern part of the Stnte of Mexico. Delayed reports from other towns and villages indicate that the loss of life is greater than at first reported. of the ClirNtmus "hopping problem; don't shop, but sit quietly nt home nnd subscribe lor the Youth's Companion The elmnecs ate, too, thnt no pn tnt you could buy for the voung Iriend or the family inu delight to honor could confer so mu h pleasure as this gift of the Youth's Conipnnion for a wliole round year weeks, i miis, nnd thr as keenly nnticipntid ami enjoyed ns the very first. There will be stories lor renders of cverv nge; sound ndviee ns to j athletics: suggestions for the girl nt college or making her own wny mi the world: good tilings lor evety all lor $2.00 member ol the mi il less than four cents a week. The one to whom you give tli. subscript! mi ill receive free nil Jthe remaining issues of 1912, ns tell ns The Companion Window Transparency nnd Calendar for 11)13, in rich, trunslueenc colors. It is to be hung in the window or over the You, too, ns giver of lamp shade. the present will receive a cop1 of it. This Youth's Companion, 144- - Uerkele. St , lloston, Mass. lift-tvo tifty-stcon- CatrtaKh by saving tho Coupons now inekeil in Liggttt V Mum Duke's Alixtiire. Or, if you don't want a reel get any oneoftlie hundreds of other articles. In t lie list on will find something for every member of the fiunily. Pipes, eignrette eies, entcher's gloves, cameras, Mutches, toilet articles, etc. These h.in(lsomo presents cost you nothing not one cent. 1 hey simply express our nppreciiitlon of your p.itronagc. you still ect tho sumo Hemcniber big (ino and a half ounce sack for Ac enough to roll ninni cigarettes. Daring November and Decent' ber only, we will tend oar new illustrated catalogue of present Simply send us your FREE. name nnd address. L'oufio"! from Iiukt t Mi tlure may if atimtrd with tart (run HORSE aViff LEAF. GRANCLR TWIST, compom Get a Good Fishing Reel Free - 4(aHaH wa FJB W rX 'M VJ fM 2 from FOUR ROSES (IOcJih tbubu tf buster." Half an hour later, a middle-ageface and woman with a motherly voice came out on the steps and askd couton), PICK PLUG CUT. PIED- MOISTT CIGARETTES, cux a- GARETTES, and other tart or nufoni tuunlby us. Premium Dept. ra ffe flk s I ed: "Pa, do you reckon It's goln to storm?" "Sure as ducks." "Where's Minnie?" "Oh, she's gone for a santer. I give her warning. What's sho wnntln' to mall a letter for? I hain't mailed a ft J000 V eJ&jdffvAbdM CUaoo Got St. Louis, Mo. Pine Knot Injunction Dis solved E4 ! 4H T- iifcgagSgiB88HBB ""wi 13 k .1 Tomorrer's Thanksgiving, Know." You In the injunction suit to prevent the county officers of McCreary County from moving their offices trom I'ine Knot to Whitley City which was tried here last Tuesdav the temporary injunction issued liv the Circnit Clerk of McCreary County was dissolved nnd these officers will hereafter be located nt Whitley City, which location was chosen at the recent election by the voters of the new Coxtity. Judge Jas. D. Black was presiding at this trial as Special fudge and was accepted by those suing lor the injunction, Judge Sampson having been disqualified, so it seems that a considerable amount of these re3 ports whiih we see ocuscionnlly in 3 WORLD FAMOUS SOAPS M. B.KTOKICK'S the dailv parrrs written np from I'ine Knnu is more noie, issued for "uillai bark oaos political effect thnn true facts and Gleaning Comoound otiddlesboro Hotel M1DDLESBORO, the New KENTUCKY "3 Reopened for business under new management and recognized as one of the finest M jm j SUMMER RESORTS in Kentucky The patronage of commercial men solicited .1 jr-- RATES - $2.00 and up F. S. LEE, W6R. REV. CHAS. SAOEK SATS Killing While engaged at "Sure Cure" would like to guide suffering women lo a sure cure for female troubles," writes Mrs. R. E. Mercer. "1 M.C Corbi.i Now 10 cents, formerly 23 cents tlrllypophospliltcs of A. Annr)TT, AofuUll, lyif. 6o Ann St , Nrw York City. DcarStn I hAveknnwn for over 4 years of the eti of Wiljm'i Kemrdr Wilson! Preparation letter nor got one in 20 years, and I guess I'm about as well off as most folks. I was going to ask her hut forgot it;" it. 11. & "Don't you ask her a word about It," , cautioned tho wire as tho came down to him. "I guess Minnie's got something on her mind, and it hain't none of your business. I reckon she'll tell me when she gets ready. Leastwise, I hain't goln' to do any pumping." "Something on her mind, eh? That's funny. Didn't know that girls ever had anything on their minds oxcopt new clothes. Is that why she come visiting us all of a sudden " "None o' your business! I guess my own sister's daughter can come and see me any time she takes a notion, and that without writing ahead What's on her mind, as nigh as I can make out, is about a young man. If I don't tell you you'll worry the Bhlrt off your back. Pa, you got to be as poky as an old maid. You can't see flopping on the clothes a pillar-casline but what you want to know all' bout It Yes; It's about a young roan. They are ongaged, and they've had a falling out, and she's sorter run away from him to find out if ho really carea for her." "And she's got scared about it and fcu written him a letter to tell whero she la?" queried the husband. "do oat It's probably a letter to rm, taeuB I didn't see it nor ask. the didn't start for town. It's I ke to ttoro for sure, and there Uw roa4 a't eft Www o , e ar tt She was going to spend Thanksgiving week In the country. Within two days sho had relented; within three he was making every effort to locate her, that he might patch up a peace. lie had succeeded. He was going to throw himself on her mercy and ask Uncle Robert for a placo at his Thanksgiving table. The storm grew fiercer as tha night advanced. Tho girl woke and then slept a dreamless sleep, and tha lover had long hours In which to poadar and think. When another day caaaa even tho 'cattle could not faoa tha storm nor man move from hU doer. It was 'Thanksgiving day. At word for him. this storm upset you?" It wasn't tho storm. Percy Klncald htd quarreled with tho girl he loved and had asked to be his wlfo. It was about nothing, almost, as most lovers' ouarrels are, but pride on either side held off a reconciliation until the lover finally learned that Miss Mlnnlo had gone on a Journey and left no Robert's there 9m!; at BratMsy'a. vw a faat Umn wu Ua to hartMr fca crap gome Electric Cleaning Gompound Soap Iteimnci tnr. urvnsi' nllcli nr piilnt from just north of the bridge at Cnrbin Hllks rnipott unit nolMi nml elemik kid 1'rlcp lOccntH, Klnw'n, Inst Saturday M. Ueasley, a sportsof Frozen Camp, W. Va. Kendrick's Foot and bath Soap man of Lexington, was shot nnd t'ortlntl, hri. luriilnii.entlmreriiolilni "I have found no medI 111 killed. Several men had been gn mil- fi'i't; nlv fxciilli'iit for lie I'M unit li'ilr. icine equal to Cardui. I I'rlfi llienim. had suffered for about ling there and the trouble arose Qu'llai bark toilet soap four years. Would have over the game, and it is reported Th l'it euiiiplt'ilun aim i In Anierlcii. Ill c headache for a week at a that Beaslev and other men were Electric Cleaning Compound time, until I would be shooting at one another. Another Kiir enrH.H furniture, ete, I'rlcti lOceiitx nearly crazy. I took CarI'rle Mmlnl utur nil dui and now I never have report snys that llcasley had been Avtmlt'il lint Huutliern Kxpnslllnn. Loin- l Inthe headache any more." shooting at one of the men and I bat HI... klnoe. Ixi lliix Ix'i'ii il irlu winner cut behind a fence or ilin'- - lllu'lie! aw tint for cxiellenrj !E33 another crept Vulli') KxiwkIHihi CIiicIiii nil II., 1UIK tnoe wall and shot him from be- nt oliln iM'rylii'ri, hind or from the side where he H. ild..nt ii fiiLl . or liy mull poilmru imlit t Take Ancsti were AKNrH could not be wen. wastkh .Kxulu.Hi. terrimrj. nmrli. hiif we were iinnlilr 10 lenrn Muku lliren Uulliirnu la iialnu jiilir riipi lll( Wrtl fr the particular persons implicated. M.o.nr.NMRir.KSi. co. Newport, riy. Tho Woman's Tonic The place where this murder took wniitnl tn hnndle n place it a well known spot andj AtJljM'S The pains from which Self bcl- many women suffer every many killings have taken place in new household necemtv. Kma lull !& amnoiilintd . month are unnecessary. fi. tn iftltif' flttfl fTl II rit linil trl Vll-tTIIIVII vrilM((f nii'lttl HJIIIIWUt!-tlkj tulitrtlt ID i'fci llMllt It's not safe to trust to 11nliKV111e.it " offeied which llest known as "Hell' ever strong drugs, right at the is juit beyond t lie bridge in Laurel pcnitl prnpoi.it ion to mutes nnd time of the pains. HoNWiinl (iirlx iiinke $u County. It is no uncommon thing cripple Better to take Cardui for a while, before and Sample to be passing through on the train to $10 after bclmol hour after, to strengthen the and see several geoups of men sit- 10 cents We nUo wnut siilesmnn system and cure the cause. out oa the ground playing to sell inlveriniiignovelt to tncr ting This is Uie sensible, cards in plaia view of everyone and ehnniii S'Jo u week salary. Send 10 the scientific, the rferfway. why this has not been broken up cent lor sample and outfit. Sirrah Try IL MninHiiciutu'i,' Co,. 18 South Dela kara te loneasro ii strassc 'wjin Aid I'liilatMphia, Pa. derttaad. in n it 1C . 111 irnu i s, Ai this point 1 mil uy to yu what you fiave n t before known oft that 49 years sloce, while I was a rrtinVnt of N. Y. City, I was 1'hysicuuis said I was sei crcly ill lrilli I unff truultle, a consumpt an J my faintly physician told my wifa was directed tn tho with splendid effect. and Ulodxettl cuu ol thathetlinuijht I null 1 Wil-o- n Vourstmty, svorkeversincerffvrtr Kl V.CIIAS.SAGEH, Pastor H. E. Lauren, Hunter, (UrccnsCo.,) K.Y. On Pre 1,1011. Mr. Sac'er wrote Mr. Abb.ltj "My heaiilt Is tvty cood.,r Remedy, vblch I uicit have beeo on my (eel aod at rf rtentr, Myattention If j on nlll write Mr. Abbott lie will Klin'ly furnUli you any further iuforumtion yuu desire. .vvi 1. ,. CARDUI mmmJNO 0& Mi A .1 t RICHMOND, KY Tralnlne School for Teachers iuImu. t Lite nui. I r oa, t.lll l all VimkiUi r'J. A v of k.ulu.1, .mi and Bsrlaw fMriMi TwilUB , fr i a - IMiliiit.. T.iaB4l4ilur ,.. l . . 'U. teltraau i t f fair w ma" t allaVl V t H h V j Ifl k. IMrlg.!'. NiaHMtliridai.l a ttli4lat Qitl,iW hnll-acrc,- f)9 f rev- t .Huhor 1. Tilrl l Umax' I n. OBABBKi liinu T.rM ! rrelll. 'J.ts.rv . . uusT.osl.rilijaiu.'jnh '.P TVPUWRariiNOaal THLEGRAPHY i. u Til IU rraaMMt has itars of taarltac in marcanalU raara iiiraia 11VaaflllSllllllllllK ig aanyaaiayaiaaaa. aiso ktmm WmWlwwm TalfcWil7lailaiayra) M M ' . . - . i . AtmJkWkm'SSkf' lIMaaaaHaaaafafafaCr LV r4 W. dc 9J Vims Card r , THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION Worth SBound in.n Ko.2t tJally.rluo ..... Dnllr.'lup... Sou) A SBound except Biinday . - lOilU.m. 1;Mp. tn 11lp. tn . We appreciate the business and patronage given us since the establishment of the firm of Cole, Hughes & Co., and are thankful for the mhny 1 of the week, but Mr. Tinsley (wns excused early in the week on account of Mrs. Tinsley not being fully recovered from her illneis, and returned home. .& - r s. Louisville Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. On Main Bet u cm J ". Mining Institute is to Meet December otli. No. 53 Dl)y. duo. " oxccptSundiy.. Vo.1t Vo, 21 Dolly, duo.. 8:18 p. in, n:li. in. 3:(Ja. m mln-di- courtesies extend toward us. r sixtii mid Suvi mi , The Kentucky Mining Institute Street cirlcavea Hotel Jones twenty befnro tho scheduled tlmo for train , Professional Cards, J. E. FAlJLKNER Offices : We are trying to Justify the confidence imposed $' in us by glvinggood goods at low prices and satisfying each arid every customer. This is 8 how we have increased our business and this is $ the method we shall rursue in, the future. While we ore on Hie siibject of Thanksqivinq, lei this remind you that vou will need Cclerv, cranberries; etc., for the Thank qlvlnq dinner. A fresh supply will arrive the first of the week at the Grocery De-'j- g ; will meet on December. 0 nt State University in the C6Mleg- - of Mines American and European Plans DENTIST store qf Knox Street over Faulkner Company and Metallurgy and an interesting program has been arranged by the committee composed of (I. I). Has-toW. I,. Moss and Hywcll Dav-ieEvery effort is being inade to make the meeting a success, as representatives from mining interests in the Scnte will be presens. American I'lini KAILS: $2.00 and up $1.00 and up in I'uropean Plan We serve the best American - plan meals the South T. F. PI-I03S- TE v 121 INCLE RUBE $ The most pleasing and enjoyable entertainment given in many months in this city was "Uncle Rube" given by students and members ol the Union College faculty last Monday evening in the Union College Chapel Many wlio'attcntled were given n genuine surprise at the talent (lis played, unnble to realize that such realistic acting could be found in this City and especially so since the time tnken in preparation wns Inr short ol that usually taken for such The stage setting wn affairs. eleverlynrranged laithlullv pnrtrax ing the scenes which were b?ing re produced and the makeup of the characters wns complete. It is not easy to pick any one individual star from this cast as all were exceedingly clever in the'r parts. Reuben Rodney, as portray, ed by Prof. II. W. Ricketts was a genuine farmer, big hearted and oc- casionly loving his "nip" of hard cider. He was undoubtedly the ' star of the cast and his work could hardly have been improved upon. I'rof. H. M. Oldficld, as Deacon Smailcv, the bewhiskered villian well represented the character he ' wished to portray and certainly looked the part. Prof. C. L. Brown, ns Mark, th; Deacon's son, could not have been placed to a better advantage. His makeup was great and his impersoson i nation of the of his rascally father was all that could have been desired. This part , was well taken care of. ' Earl Stanfill and T. J. Gilbert as the artist and New York swell, re-- 1 were dressed appro-- ' spectivcly, priately and filled their roles cleverlI g I I Barbourville, Ky. Powers parlment ot our store. m1 I ,o . nm Attorneys & Smith Counsklors & at COLE, HUGHES & CO., Barbourville, Ky. V. eeeteeefcecfe bOCftbS - n t An;MW;iiA n.ni n. h b i I 8 ee fe6feefeee - - - e: - 6t6 te-oeti- SHarbourvlle, Jfentucky. t i M INCORPORATED IIKRMAN STKlNTIIfiBKR, Mgv A Shower Mrs William Krnsling wns given n shtnver Inst Friday evening at Opfick: Over First National Banl the home ol Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Barhourville, Ki Wallnce Gastinenu of Middlesborb (Jnstcllow. A large number ol spent Sunday in this city. beaurilul and useful presents were Will McDaniel who is now locnt- - received by Mrs. Keisling, nee Mis T- cd at I'mcvillc spent Sunday in this Lena Wilsli'u, and nil present joined in wisning her n long and happy city. married tile Towers, Sampson una Office with Charlie Wilson is spending n few Smith dnvs vacation this week in CincinLAWYER. J. M. ROBSTON TOXSOPJAf, PARLOR? SOL STEKIE - LAWEK BAUBOUnVILLB. - KY. nati. . Miss Lucy Tinsley Enter- - DR. JAS. P. EDMONDS EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT KYKS TKBTKD KOU (1I.ABHKM Mrs. J. Davidson are shopping in Louisville this week. R. Tugglc and Mrs. S. T. tains At Ilotel Jones 2nd Monday of each month. BARBOURVILLE, kY- C. K. Davis, of Wasiota, spent a lew hours with his parents in this citv the first of the week. J i. Church Dirociory rjUMIlKitt.ANl UIVKU 1IA1TI8T ClIUltCH In each montli. Kvery Sunday light snow, the first of the sen- son, fell here Sunday morning but did not long remain on the ground. A Wm. Mc G. Dishman who has been in Chicago for several weeks pnst returned home the last of last week. Mrs. W. M. Keisling came down from Warren last Friday and re- W: a. in. Mormnir Service .:30 p.m. turned home Saturday afternoon. livening " IMS " Sabbath School Uncle Ike has installed a vlctrola 720 p. m. Vrajsr Mcetluir. Wednesday IIUTSON. I'astor. musical instrument in his cafe for UEV.A.C. the entertainment of his patrons. FI HST METHODIST KIMSCOl'A 1. 1 HUIICH Mr. Jno. A. Black returned MonEvery Sunday ill each montli. day afternoon from Knoxville where 10:15 n.m. Mornlntr Service TTOp.m. ke has been visiting lor several dnvs Evening " lUOa. m. ..... Sabbath School. 7:50 p. m. pnst. Pravcr Meeting. TliunUny 7:30 p. m. Jk 3rd. Mondays. M. II. C 1st. Assistant Mine Inspector Ferry V. UEV. V. W. IU ItltOP. l'a.tor. Cole is in Lexington this week assisting in examinations lor mine CHItlSTIAN CIIITtlCII iSKUVICKb Miss Lucy Tinsley entertained at her home on Main Street last Tluirsday evening with a card party Only those ol the younger set were present and all greatly enjoyed the evening which wns spent in playing many different gnmes. Sev eral musical selections were rendered during the everting by the young ladies precent. At the conclusion of the games delightful refreshments were served consisting of salads and coffee, and the guests departed late in the evening feeling that Miss Tinslev was a charming hostess. !g m S"5Sc5$SSS2ic2; :KaaiiS35Jt a DAVIS and MOORE d COBLTMGHT sdmsssm'.ri-4fflg9, Vfc-K- .i!S?3:'"?: sseSi"?-- Iffi&J tht the 3 J, R. Jones Resigns as flaster Commissioner too. became thev irtrrlock sad overlap in such a war finert dnving snow or rain cannot sift under them. Best roof for comtry buBdings, because they're sate ftora all the elements They'll last as long si the bulling, and never need repairs. 7 Storm-oroo- f. ARE FSREPROOFI BARB01 .1 II. BUCKBUK, Aifut. KVILLK, KEMICK. v tt -- . ! ' J. R. (ones, who has been master Commissioner of the Knpx Circuit Court for two years past handed in his reignation last Saturday which wns accepted and W. W. Hyrley was appointed as such. Mr. Jones has made an honest 11:00 n.m Murnlnir Service. foremen. and efficient officer and lips perform- " ,7:30 p. m. . Bvenlnsr 'will a.m. W. V. Evans, after a long 3eige ed his duties faithfully. Sabbath School U'Wii.m Junior Endeavor is again improving mid Mr. Uyrley who has been apMU p, ra of typhoid, 8. H. Workers' Con., Tucsv . p. ra is practically out of danger now un- pointed . M cetitiK, Tuesday.. :" Prayer to succeed him is well less he has a relapse. known in the county nnd we feel I'HESIIYTKKIAN CIIL'KCll SIHtVICES ofeach mouth. Sam Hale was taken ill the latter sure that heSvill mnkc capable First and Thlid Sunday Sunday it ficer. IWOn.w. part of last week ami Mornlntr Service p. m. " Kvonlnir developed that he hns typhoid. At . U.lSn.m. -- . Sunday School m. this time lic'Ts getting nlong fairly' Wednesday..... 7ip. Prayer Meeting, Circuit Court Closes . 111 ii will do wi-- to consult lilm buioro purchaMiigyour roofing f s yIke, the hired man, by J j L. Car- - ml: here was another star. I'sual i j ti,e nart of the country man tiie acting is overdone and thus the cfreut ;s 0st, but in this case Mr Carrbll seemed to know when to G. W. TYE Livery. Sale & Feed '.v'" ItEV. W)UT. I.. 1IUOWX, lMstur. well. Rev. T. B. Stratton filled the pulMETIIODliTEPlSCOPAI.nillJiail SOUTH pit at the M. E. Church in this city and Fourth Sunday In each Month. Second Mornlnir Service " KvenlnB Sabbath School ST.OKKOOHVK 11:00 a. m. 7:3i) p. m. D.t'i a. m MAN CATHOLIC &ST .&v tt lr home Mass and Sermon eveij Flit Sunday or the last Thursday evening tor the benemonth, at 8.30 a. m Sermon and Evenluir l'nior, every Third fit oi the Ladies' Aid of the M. U Sunday of the month, at 730 p. in. Church which was well attended. UEV. V. AMIIIHWK HKGKlt. O. S. II. Pastor, Corblii.Ky. A large number of young folks were, dressed lq ancient" gnrb and Mrs. Allie Howes wns awarded the prize A for the tackiest one present. nice sum of money was raised which will beexpendedjn church work. There will be an old time "spell-ihce" given at the home of Mrs. I'erry V. Lole next Friday evening and the one who "turns' I hem all down" will jje awarded u priw. will be served and nn of 10 cents will be admission charged which will go to the Bap tist Ladies' Aid to make payment on the concrete walk nt the U, B. I. Hveryone is cordially invited. n' ClU'ltCH. last Sunday at both the morning and evening service inthe absence of the pastor Rev. Overly. A tacky party was given nt the of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Beddow I ARBOURVILLE AKING CO. tf reo tiartninn, proprietor ' Bakore of Good Droad Dune, Rolls, Spanish Macaroon, Plos, Gakoft and ovorythlnjfc found at a first class bakory Wot o.Ub tbc cfocnpciU but tbc bcit; fc Get the habit, AdiMlse iet weii etiouzh alone nhd carried his part out splendidly. COItX, HAY, OATS AND Walter Jarvis, as Hub Green wn OTHER STOCK FEED j a real oiuuoering nine Robert Faulkner, the constable Fat Horses Sice Rlg had little opportunity to show his . an nhilitv as an actor but did well 'u j with the part assigned him. we are The Indies in the cast HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID afraid to comment on their FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Saturday witnessed the closing almost work Each was cleverly brought Wool on Commission. Writs lor of the three week term of the Knox bv list mentioni.g this ad. and if any one in particular m Circuit Court which left the docket out . .. SUUbllihad 1837 anu sinning mi in nnnil elind.. tlipri hpinrr ntiltr tell was tnc Drignt JOHN WHITE & CO. LOU.SV.LLE.KY. '.- :..:.' r , , we would not hnrnnl nn opinion as .... to who was this particular one. It thig time. To Consumptives was no,effort for Miss Eva Swear-inge- n I B icf UtlOk .l nfftor " u'inr tn n- res ls va act the part of the prettv to Wilson w;i. cur-e- d Koi Evlward there were two cases of importance Silver "school ninrin," and Gordon Gray, nl .t severe by simple mean e suit of H. I Hurcli tried. the young artist, could not have affection which dedeiJOTS. throat and lung flitic against the L. K'. N. and Cumber-anttvle. brilliant cfirK-c- t been blamed for trving to find the l' vou veloped into consumption Ratltoad Companies, the plainfuush. combined with Allium, honest value, uula will write to Mr. Chns. of red ear of corn. tiff was awarded a judgement Miss Roberta Sandusky played GO Ann St., New York in. he will In the ease of Laura $ 100 00. the part of the 'charming widow 1847 send you (PRE1-- : OP CII.Rf.I) vs the Interstate Coal Co. ...i,..i:illif nml tlm&i nresent were Trivett ' Mr. Wihon's full description of his """ '. the plaintiff was given n judgement ROGERS BROS. not surprised und were glad wncti cure. It will cost vou nothing and of $1000.00 lor injury to ." , she at' ast received the proposal ol silvern ore the ehoic- - cl nmv prne h bleing . Judge Sampson eft Sunday morn - ' 1 discriminating purchasers. age. Her makeup was clever standi ommi marr This name ing for Wilhanisburg" thcie to. for the heaviest pade oi nl rtinrr., nt th """ ll ' o 0 ; w.L-'. plate and exqum'e beauty waif from And now "Taggs." the . . II ......!.. i ol patterns, assuung lonj v...u. P.ri.u ...r...t.:..i. TheIma stratton Mi New Yorkyeaii of seivice and satconvene nerc ior n six weoi,aiciii isfaction. Its temaikable did some clever nnd realistic acting durtbuuy has won it . .. . which could not have popular title London j bein jm)rovetj p by nn ametuer Court, Kttie rUu Federal in any place. "" SJJbylfu., UrJns Federal rCourt is in session tt tll irAiiVar atij tktvbefttmarLet Altogether the plot wns intetest-Loudo- n 3ul We are ilfalri fvr catiliu firtcea. amlcau do lll'TTKK tor jou week and several of t j,",g mid the thought well portrayed tlis, "CU"ikms that, stent" or vomtuI s.ioii IlUenii. Knox County's citizens are in at-- . throughout the entire program nnd Keterenresar si Ululvnu-UvlllWaiu!tiasltltrCs e list. Write f r vt t' tendonce; there this week- - cither . us those who missed this have cnue M, SABEL4. SONS HerkM,tcC HMIJll SJ ruu- ll U3.:utI,It. vitnfrtHor miinmoiietl ontJie,jurv. ((,r regret. The proceeds jo to the Ottlsrt l niui. nwwfc. a .nice lit ohiiTMrTrnHUy,T;L Wilson, nnd f Athletic Association and I W. S. Woodson were, thcre.thc hut 1 t sum wit ruined. STilBLB. ' aw FURS r i AND HIDES jtfiWpuHA.' JMmm xm&K! ,". ( ttfi-ol- r -- - In-th- Choosing ' her-son- . & . u ,r, at '. - ' "' MONEY VA KsVS t. t'U - 1 '' V' ' Wv . "T -- . ; vr; - " , v ... OUTLINE OF PLANS' PRETTY' THANKlmiHG i iar DAY OH T FOR EXHIBITS National Conservation Exposition, Knoxville, Tenn., 1913, Planned in Accordance With1 HUtory VIEW OF UPPER LAKE AND LIBERAL ARTS UUILUlNti, JNL CONSERVATION EXPOSITION. Knoxville. Tenn., Sept and Oct. 1913. The above view will tclvo lomr Idea of the greet beauty of the National Conservation Exposition ground and the character of the building wMth are now under conttrijctlon. RESOURCES OFl SOUTHLAND Will Illustrate the Ways' In Which the Natural Wealth In Forests, Minerals and Human Efficiency May Be More tr.ectlvely ' w v lllied. r in " .'!r."!i-s'B,'- 4 i s H. fc Is wi'-&3yr?.'jc'? . jott fe -- ' Wfc.'Sn Rl J'TKzZt -i- " yBreiA ... - MR 1 . r. J MENDEL. the least elt.uornlo i'.io work wouU OW much easier It Is for bo lessened and the effect be Just as rU'VnCtfl the hostess of today to pre- good. The Resources in Lands. pare for a. Thanksgiving SJ VMIk I, For Instance, there was always a Recognizing the soil made fruitful rnir au-iL.- u Inn 'iiaVi In ii dinner than It was for tho blockhotiso in yu olden days, with can. Wg- by the natural water supply bb that hostess of a hundred years nqn beforo It, nnd turkeys wero roafjt-c,lin r'-'JL"" resource on which more Minn nil othngo! Then It meant not In the open air, and thcro were ........ .. ers the generations of men must de- hours, but weeks of planning, for tho piles ot corn when tho harvest was CUILOIMi. NATIONAL CONSE KVA I IUIM lakosi.i EAST TENNESSEE pend for materials for, food nnd cloth-- , hostess hnd none ot tho conveniences in and so on. In a farm home it. Knoxvilif. Tenn.. Sent, and Oct. 1913. Jug, it is planned to devote large npacn or labor Having devices that wo aro would be easy to nave dried cars ot h'rt-foh ,h -- rec counties of lhi Ba'ern Division of Tonnchsee, aml will to' the exhibits of tho soil anil Ita prod- - j so familiar with as necessities today. corn about, shucks nnd all showing, Th.s h.iil.line Is to be ii.. uwooas, etc This buiUliiiK will con-a.t- l juc.ts, of the best methods of products, mineral No Indeed, her dinner had to bo and In a city ears of popcorn could contain exhibits from oach cou"' ' n :iiicty of natural Itig and Increasing production, and of cooked on nn open lire, not on a modand i'u d'gi'ln.VH mildc llieri'ill will show .Up c bo used. .hihu innnn fo progress In tmnrovlns the grade and ern range or gas stove. Electricity Take tho blockhouse sceno and pro- resources of one of the most favorwl ""Pjcn of th .Middle South. ' ' 4 li rtt nlnnl ntirl nnlht n I n At o ft ul would have seemed nothing less than pare the picture for tho possible inji.iU0 ui iFistiii still iHiiiutti iniiiiv,io. a mlrnclo. The simple utensils used vasion of hostllo Indlnns. Cover a Forest Resources.. In the home of tho present day would Our forest resoitrccs arc second In have caused the greatest amount of square cardboard box with brown paper for the log house; trace over It importance only to thelnnd Itself, be- - astonishment. lemon squeezer with black crayon a rude Imitation ot A cmiKii of tl.i' ninnv lmtinrtnnt Itidus- - would have been regarded as a curihrles for which the forest furnishes the ous object, but then so Vould have logs, cut silt windows, put on a rough, chimney and lenvo tho door halt open, raw .material. andv of the forest's been n food chopper, an egg beater, with a little doll, dressed as a Purl-ta- n henetlolent Inllucnccs upon such other or a can opener. child, peeping out. About tho natural ric'hes as waters for Irrigation, Tho coffee was always roasted and blockhouse group soma toy plno trees, po.ver and. ifavfgation, rish and game ground nt home. There, was no preone or two two maids animals, and the land Itself. Consi- pared mustard, cocoa, vanilla, gela- and maybe .Puritan men, a friendly Indian with Is to .be .devoted to' tine or prepared yeast. derable .attention String beans, feathered headdress. Tho maids and foiefit exhibits. f lima beans, asparagus or peas wero child nre dressed in grave gray gowns existiit Is planned to Illustrate the not served In November. Tomatoes with white kerchlofs nnd caps, and ng; forest resources, with their pro- were called love apples and were not the white men wear Everyduction and reproduction, their utili- recognized as a vegetable. red waistcoats and green zation, and their Influences upon other thing was homo made, for groceries or gray tall coats. Tho good Indian r rot.rres. ' wero Tiot delivered at tho house In wears war paint and, maybe, drags a scaled packages. cloak of fur behind him. Dolls for Water' Resources. There were fow hothouse flowers the purposo can bo had at 10 cents The water resources of the country such as we aro accustomed to sen atdcre four Inches high and they In general and of the South in partic- adorn s. The flowers wero could be dressed In tlssuo paper. ular will be displayed with reference all of the variety They aro hold to tho table with long to the use of Water in) for domestic Orchids were unknown, the chrysanblock headed pins, or rather to a supply, (b) for agVicultural producthemums wWo very small; rosea wero board upon which tho sceno s set tion (whether applied by natural not like tho roses of today, iiut car- and afterward covered over In suitti'eans or Irrigation), .fc) for power, nations ware used In abundance. able manner. One of tlie metal tur. . and (d) for navigation. IuvitUlons had to bo Issuod n long keys, sold now In all the" candy and time 'aead to Insuro a reply, If tho toyshops for Thanksgiving, could apMineral. , pear In tho sceno and also a deer and The mineral resources of the coun- gue.'t resided at any distance. Verily, we Tiavo much to bo grateful n fat goose. The birds and animalB try as n whole nnd especially of South we consider how many can be had from flvo cents up. , THE ALL SOUTH BUILDING. eastern United States will bo exhibited for, when as the cfiicf basis for the greatness wonderful Inventions thoro havo been The Southern States Buildiim of the JJatioual Conservation Expos, on, which will he held at Knoxville for All tho things mentioned In these ivn structures of this great of this country in' manufacturing and to lighten the housekeeper's lnbors. dramatic times could be symbolized two months, September and October, 1!U3, will be one of the largest and r..t as a mcatYti of maintaining our indus- Now, when Thanksgiving Is cele- wltn pretty trifles bought at tho ten national show. This building Is designed to contain exhibits of manufn turcd" products of the sixteen Souther brated In every Btato In tho Union, cent store or elsowhere, for favors. trial supremacy. States, especially sur-- as wll1 show the processes of manufacture which ncvi-n- t waste and utilise there Is no one who .hasn't some- Tho following things aro scon and are .Human Efficiency Health. thing to bo thankful for. 'By tar the most important of all our Thanksgiving over 'is a day of all suitable: Papier macho pumpkin pies, natural resources Is man himself. It pleasant reminiscences; a day when corn, candy boxes mado like ears of kegs, cannon, Indian baskets Is to render his life more efliclent tho family and friends are gathered al- -, The kegs ' . . that any form of conservation Is advo- around tho well laden table In a spir- and tomahawks. tho New wero f ways a part England cdted, Those vital forces Intimate to it of rejoicing. Hospitality Is the jj Thanksgiving, of and they held root ; himself aro highest and noblest, and characteristic noto of tho day and It Ii mado by tho Indian women to thelr'devlopment, conservation and realty ougnt to bo a plensuro and a beer and molasses, which was best usb deep thought and great effort gladsome task to plan a Thanksgiving the pies famous to this day. used for dinner. should bo devoted. Another amusing Idea for a ThanksTho housewife of 1912 will bo'wlso The abolition, of child labor, particularly In tho Southern States, the re-- , If she follows the example ot her giving tablo scono could bo a dem ductlonof Infant mortality, the eradlca great grandmother and plans her onstration of the great progress of dinner and tablo decorations In ad- the years. This scene might hold a tloh of disease, especially tuberculosis, the hoo'k worm nnd typhoid fever will vance bo that she will have little to paper aeroplane, an automobile, little French bandboxes and dolls drossed do on Thanksgiving day. be graphically presented. The decorations for a Thanksgiv- to depict the varlouB races that have Education. ing tablo would be very effective If Invaded the country. There could bo Another most Important element in a negro, a Chinaman, a Russian Coshuman development Is education. The it had for its main decorations tho sack, an Indian laborer, a German, a turkey. For, what Is a Thanksgiving school Is a cruclaly,problem In Jhe Frenchman and bo on. There should commercial upbuilding of the Southern dinner without a turkey? Tho tnblo be tittle Amcrlcn flags for souvenirs cloth around tho edge of the table Is States. School hygiene and sanitation trimmed with largo sized turkeys cut or trimmings, flag candy boxes ana domestic economy, vocational training out of crepo paper In realistic color- plenty of red, white and blue ribbon Industrial education for the negro, and ing. Paper turkey? hold the place tying souvenirs, placo cards and -ural school advancement shall bo sub- cards. The same bird ornaments the menus. jects for exhibition ant) shall be pre- napkins. Small baskets trimmed with (All tho candy holders mado for tho sented In the form of model demon- chrysanthemums hold the sailed al- - season show somo red, white and blue. In other ways. strations and monds. For the center decoration of while the paper napkins and table Domcitlc Economy. the tnblp usn a large dark red basket covers havo Just tho right things In their rough picture borders. So Important Is this subject consid- filled with ears of corn. . The Imitation ered as an element In greater human corn and, leaves can be made of yel illloleacy that, although It might prop- low paper with green paper for PUMPKIN TIME IN BUGVILLE. erly be Included as u part of another leaves. Wheat, oats, 'fruit, or flowers Avlth the hnr- section, It is thought well to devote ;or anything in .t separate 'taracratm to It. Home. vest Idea may bo ti9od. making is tho first and most Important j A college girl who has taken up the otep In nu Ion making. The work of business of-- , making table souvenirs r ihe wife and mother in the 'establish- nnd decorations linn gone to America's early 'history for the 'appropriate litment and' maintenance of n comfort iblo home, In the preparing of proper tle things used at Thanksgiving. Tak' foods and by her wjsdom and radia-- ' ing the year IC30 as the" proper period for her charming trfle tliTli of domestic troiuiulllty and happl the year ness can contribute at least as much In which the first Thanksgiving waB io tho prosperity of the nation anduhe celebrated In lloston the clover girl Ilclency of Its citizens as can the has turned out little puppets dressed VIEW OF LAKE ANO FOaESTRY BUILDING, NATIONAL CONSERVATION EXPOSITION bnsbapd and father by his efforts In as the Pilgrim fathers, Indians and dim A1 Knoxville, Tenn., Sept. and Oct. 1913. I JO many a fair Now England maid known , 1 thu outijde world. ' I rtv HOVt The above view lijwg die Forestry Building, complete),' National Conservation Exposition. ' Tothek(i of ' in song and story. She has made God Rbads., . the Minerals rttuidlnfe.. Theso buildings will occupy thawnoit be r.i ul this building, as an annex, will be e"-,.- ed etude cardboard houses, covered with Good roads 2ru necessary requisites site on the ground the elcv.u'oni being such as to afford a bird's eye viewof lakes, drives, buildings and itmu iaper, and for the animate ti development. Exhllilta will bo made used by the-- first settlers she goes Greedy Hug district. Gracious! If could tfgood roadB.ln the form of (1) actual to the toy store, where suitable and' only get one of those pumpkins home, demonstration "roads, (2) models show- cheaparlllcs aro found. nnnuiiHt CUNbcntnllON EXPO- Park, m it Is known, will bo famous what- - fine pies we could have for construction, For tho flnor 4ajm ueroaiur rne pian ucciqeu to me oacx oi me grounus. it i . Jt ing materials, manner of(3) road mak- she arranges, Thanksgiving tables' Thanksgiving! SITION, upon by the exposition management In not require a stretch of Imcmintlc:-- i and the-- iltllshod work, her New England nceues this feature will, when carried out, at- - picture the appearance 01 this' se '0. ing materials and machinery, (4) maps- of thoeo long ago tlmeB aro as InstrucAll Have Joys. Important, highways, 10) photo- tive as thov urn lw.mitlfnl Knoxville, Tennessee, September and fsMl kj Innit i.KlniA .lH.nl.... m.1 .... WhAtl lltlimlnnta.l Tl... .,... nlbtil ..i.n. ul While., many have sorrows, all have October, 1913, Provides Attractive rasMiueat of grounds ever seen In a i part of the general landscape i ork i ttJMc enlargcnienu of both good.and fer of tho table Is always UBed for a,'d ,,,e, "eiuencei and, the picture she wishes to represent. Srion o! Santa Grounds For Amusement District. -midway section. The lay of the land I which will bo carried put In all parts' f" Oh r. : tonrl . llnm ... ami mm with ttn wuuiut uuiiB. i .....)., .in at. Industrial. and, . . r la an oil n Ia havtnli nf a BtMni til! nt ha ATnnalllnn nrnnhrli u Tha nm i iiur i ..- -. luu " .w ",uo u- ru. ,or uo i I .. . 'urltiin matrix niwl t.... ,,flU1l,v0 i.i ltnalnK eu(!ft . or ,h .npov.r,M The section ot the grounds of tho will traverse the sect o;i from the muin Mement feels that one of the greatest noraes. wigwams, wild turkeys, deer. ,u. Inum, anA nttmnttnnii whlrh thA nrnnQltinn ffin Fish' and Game Resources. -iV. "" iV.. nZIZZ -- m Exposition, tfittAa-a- i nn tlia ink. m (hn Conservation MAtlesat vw ww " ,.. . ., ,..-, .. . t.. .. ' ducks, camion and uhnt.nnf l,o u.111 ..i-- i. i . jiiu a point nerves; in n grau:ui "Out of the depth orl4 I Kovllle, Tenn., September and Octo-li- near the twinning ndcurve to winding C'CBcui iu iiohuio cuii ue luriiieu oy ties, flU and game yi ,uuuuon socie- - , utilizing the natural beauty of- - tho lo;, commissions, uud agajn Mnto.the Uor4 an4 he tiMrd 1913, which has been set aside as at to chlldron. . touard (he ucuar ' t of the grounds cation In modern landscape Vofkk A other for -th.T r- jmM.'.M. r 57'- ' -.. the aiBUement district, will be ar back to I. ..!.. oi iaw wimant tmMwTM-pr . ftiliwnrn Thli iirauinui iiain ii ijuno at necvBaupr ui .tlobf,Wrtitnd,innlniLUHV-t- t ha; . n fcy landscape archltecls wltha w)n ftBoia cou'd Im oj4d at howe jrkk andXthr tin buildings and exhibits, and the, lo ,iotigh"':B oxhlbltln &ur jiSlmnl rp-- l ll 'irouaht, .fr!M 6t rra very HUle asw4Hwg. the htotofy yn Co BO'nrrangf'i cality lenas itseu to ,tne most artrtlc sjUroes Ar.U BR ther ptrpe.1- JtJ&lSS.t" location one, of Terracefj0irfse, fn.Her trow tba j4M i,Mt la 4MM WtM CJHUd' ,, attraciTreneis. flail." ' tain atoll Sf '"' ' s:LilM sg I f BKif ! tTiar ja T"!Miiiw't- -r 41 JK mtimzifvT S BHFhI flUHV SawH,aY we? aBlillllvi Tho Natlonnl Conservation Kxposl tlon Is plnnncd In accordance with ex position history cspeclnllyjlo Illustrate ine modern Idea or , rorecasting prospective development. e:pcclnll: vthrcughout the Southern States. Iu .' broad way the design is to Illustrate the tvnys In which, the natural wealth i In forests, waters, minerals, and matt cOlrtcncy are now used and may, be s,lll mora effectively utilized In pro moling the prosperity nnd assuring the perpetuity o American people. ' 4 i ' t .gf lilB V Oy ADELE '! t -- T:'rf i d' ...... i - ' nr ': i . .. 'rlen'vl nif knee-breech- ijM I our-table- ft ' , - "V, I ke.-pln- g I ifiSill 1 si ' ' "iflWJ , ... 1 ' ' .r ...,., . ..,, . t.n Z Lki t.l-. r, .....' i ....... ',,:?' nrt-.- l rn4 t uscjMitr. !La.7JSK-i- thftjer . j. , 'l - -.,- .. nrnrv. -- I..;ui m' . am iffiin.il. B'. ' Ji rtikeffJ y ?lra f.'Wfr " ?sMst'r!