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Manager ai irmwt Devoted, to tine Interests of tlie Mountain People n (The Citizen BEHUA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 10, 1013 way Vol. XIV. Fivo cent copy. One Dollar a year. No. 20 THE APPEAL OF CHRISTIANITY SEE CHRISM AN FOR STOVES and RANGES Tlio world In full of Hclliono. They lmro thrived with morn or lens of racial mid sometimes of geographical characteristics niuc m an lieeamo it thinking being. Hut Christianity, tho flower of Ilium nil, in tho religion supreme, and in destined to ho tho religion universal, we think, for its appeal is imiverHil. lis appeal ih universal liecniim-- , as Been in the earliest tradition, as interpreted by Jesus himself, It is more a principle than a belief, mid only principles are universal, Heliefs nro not and never can lie. And being a principlo it was and is easily represented by four words- - character, lore, nervice, uttcrijtet . It was and is represented in tlm life of Jesus, for ht was mid did what he taught others to be and do. The appeal of Christianity, then, when stripped of verbiage of words that darken counsel is tho appeal of ri life rather than tho appeid of a belief a life that can bo attained (Did Jesus ever hint other wisoj1), a Character that may bo realized, a lore that must bo muni fritted, a nervier that must a rendered, a Hiterifiee that is freely fp'vcit. Here is something definite something that any ono can grasp. There is not a bit of magic about it. The hocnn pocitn and the lecrdermain are cast away for they are only of service to tho ignorant. It is these and theso only that keep people in tho dark, that shut out the light, Unit fouler division, thttt brrril neetarianisni. Jesus never said one explicit word so fnr as nil body knows about the (fur that reason) insignificant things that have rent Christendom. Thu appeal is for conformity to a life, a standard of conduct, a stature, mid not merely ton errrd mid n rile. And the criterion of judgment is explicit ''Enter into thu jovs of your Loul, for I was sick and in prison mid je visiled me ; I whs an hungered and yo gave me meat ; was athirst and yo gave me drink ; I was naked and j i clothed me- - in as much as ye did it unto the least of these my brethren" In as much as your life conformed to my life in character and service. In the editor's childhood he lived in sight of two men whoselives were an inspiration to tiobln manhood. Seeking to reach their stature, ho saw the stature of Jesus "the life that was in Christ; the peat of great price,"' mid lit; literally gave up nil for it. There was noth ing mysterious about it. It was a decision in which the question of purity or impurity was forever settled on the side of purity, the question of selfishness or service and sacrilice, in favor of the latter; in other words, as between n life of sin and the "life that was in Christ," Hie former could frame no claim worthy of a moment's And when the decision was made joy came - there consideration. suit of a sense of oneness with him, an ethical union kindred to his with the Father, and the expectation of being"with him where he in." Such is the appeal of Christianity it n appeal from Hie one mipreiiie life I ) life, and it is meeting with a hearty response in the chapel meetings, as it alwnjs will. 1 LHH&aK LLHLaHIBfete ' mm! 3iWWmm$0Ki 'h ifiiBifi ' OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS Exclusive agent for "The Foster Line" Lookout Mountain and Tennessee River at Chattanooga, Tenn. Cut Rates on Comforts and All Wool Blanket GREAT CONVENTION OF BAPTIST LAY- MEN TO BE HELD IN CHATTANOOGA "THE FURNITURE MAN" No Peace in III Tim prospects for nnct, an outcome of the negotiations In lutwecn tin bIIImi nntl Turku ill any seem morn remote than ilin. during iIih lant mouth. In fsi- -t a deadlock prvr!li, Hie allies standing pal mi their demands tlmt Adrini.-ii- i and tin" Aegean llainl ! oediil to th. iii, ami the Turks just an firmnever ly declaring that they will yield. The HltiiatUm bdlig thus 1ioh1ihh have met hut few thu delegates times tlurliiK tie- week. Tin- - eonfer-tur- n of ainbasndors of the Power a In London a endeavoring to find teilutlou and lib nwumeil an ndw-orattitude A nolo to th- - l'ort from the ninbasimdors at t'onMnlitln Lon-don y Of Great Moment and Significance Baptist Laymen of the South Will Meet February 4, 5 and 6 in Southern Metropolis Elaborate Program Arranged Convention City the Center of Brotherhood 2,500,000 Baptists. Sight innk- - pie Ih rulil to li foithcomlng, which, however, Ik nil In Hit' nature of an ' ' ' thin mage of tin' game Ih complicating mtitti-ra- . Ami 1: Ih exiiected that lit any mnuinl th" oac! delegates inn iKuk their belongings and start foi homo ami that fighting may be with even otlti'r powers drawn Into the Imbroglio. ilrliinople lias The garrison at been i Hiich straits for rations during tho week, and til" romllttoliH ar-hdi'iiiornllzliip' that It8 mrrend.r lias lie n i'jii('ctt'd. If It should, yield tin- - allien would he strengthened in their claim. ultimatum. Tin' attitude of Kotimanla In Ing demands tiion llulgnria at 'FULL 0FJ001 THINGS (K.KAN LINKIt CltOlNUKU Tho iitnmer, L'raiiiuui, hound from Itotterdaui to Halifax and New Yorn, was stranded on n reef nitr Halifax y about noon, Sunday. A panic was averted among her twt passengers, most of whom were steerage, but they were soon rescued by liar bor craft and a Government steniii'T-anlauded saro in Halifax at night, from which point they reached their Confer-newhich Is soon to be held destination by mil. The crew remainat Chattanooga, ed alHiard in an effort to release the And there is no lack of good things vessel. on the other pageti. Look them up -lmnvKus uotiiK again historical, educational and religious Kronen became greatly excited, articles. And we havo made a 8wclal-it- Saturday, over an order of the Milof tho news this week, the thlnys liner of War, reinstating Co. du I'aty wo hnvi consldi red of most Interest de Clniu, who was ono of the leading beln;t miller doublu column heads. iliaravtiTH in the Dreyfus trial of When you write tell us what you somo years ago. Inasmuch as the think of the paKT. presidential election occurs, Krlday, tho ndherents of the different candiNEWST0RY dates aro trying to make jiolltlcal capital out of the Incident, hut the The lllrl of the Limbering ends Minister of Wai declares that it next week, and a good one Is to fol- has no political significance whatlow "lloth Sides of the Shield," ever. However, it Is feared It may written by '.Major Itiitt, President defeat tho election ot Premier Tuft's Aide who went down with the Titanic. Watch for It. IIVLKOL'K'S SUCCKSSOU HIS- nar-lowlht-liio- n e y Poin-calre. thing!, and, therefore, a single paer worth moro to any oiu than tho dollar that secures It for an entire year. Jut look ovei the pagm. A ghuii-will be sufficient to verify tho nhov.' See on the first page, Htatement. for Instant, President lrost's and the editor's personal Int. of Christianity In the editorfriends ial. And then our llapttst ought to Ih pleased with our announcement of the great Laymen's V havi' had letter and personal references to The Citizen this wee;, all ngrcolng that It U nlwn.vs good. Hut thin week wis believe It will b" lound mart than usually full of good WORLD NEWS Eight Hundred Rescued from Strand-- j ed Ship Dreyfus Incident Recalled Unionist Party Disrupted Castro Still Held. CONTENTS OF THIS PACK ONB ICdltorlals. iN'bws of tho Wook. President frost's Sermon. ISSUE HU1TS uxio.Msre 'Mr. llonar Law, who was recently elevaU'd to the leadership of the In the HrltlBli Parliament, taking the plac of Mr. Arthur .1. r, has proved a dismal failure, and tho Tories, Instuul of facing easy victory, aro now illtsrupted and nnist listen to tlu taunts of Premier over their plight. was less wise than Da Itonar vld. Ho Its trying to wear Kaul'a armor (l)alfour's tactics,) ami although It does not fit, hu has not thu good sanso to cast It aside. Hal-f"iiAs-iul- th l'AUK TWO. IMItounls. Sunday School Let son. Temperance. Convention of HnptUt Laymen. PACIK TH 111213 , The Coiuiui'ror of Knsknskia How the School Kally will lllp. ' Ixicals. l'AOE FOim I'AUK HVK tlospol Meetings. Comer for the Little Onto. Tho llest Ago Since the World HiHiin. I'AGK SIX Serial Story. PAUR SKVEN CASTRO STILL HULD Thu IiuIiwih coipiiH proceeillugH in the Interest of Cnstro, oxtpit'Kldiuu of Venezuela, did not avail la KecuriUi his release mid him to laud, and ho Is still held at HUN Island. Tlm Judgi. how ovur. Is considering th iidvlsabillty of granting him hall pending further proceeding!. -- YOUR DATE LABEL If you don't watch your date lalul, you may miss a number of The Citizen, Kumemliar It stops now on expiration of your subscription. Look at tho data following your iinmu mid don't neglect to Btmd In renewal. Intensive Farming. l'Mucutloii mid HiirciMM. Kami mid Harden I'AGE EiailT Kasteru Kentucky Ncwh. "On to Chnttanoogal" by soldiers from his (iart of the counThat Is tho slogan of tho Southern naptlst laymen at this time, anticipat- try, whether north or south. In this ing the great conference to Be held In section the bearers of the Banner-- met the bearers of the tho Tennessee city February 4, 6 and Southern Cross In desperate struggle , 1313. A center from which 9 rallroadi, over and In the minds of the people there which pass between 75 and 100 trains Is "glory enough for all," as It was a dally, radiate; a city, the scenic and conflict of "Americans all," each side historic setting of which gives it wide contending for a principle. Missionary Ridge Is accessible Chattanooga, Tenn., has minline, being only a twenty-fiv- e heconio noted as a place for the holding of conventions, ranging In Impor- utes' rldo from the city, with a flno schedule. Orchard Knob Is Just a few to nation-widtance frbra state-wid- e blocks off the Missionary Ridge line, scope. nnd Lookout Mountain Is also accessiAt the Opening of the Gospel Meetings, Sunday Night Unrivalled Scenic Setting. ble. To visit this historic peak the As to the scenic setting of Chatta- visitor takes the St. Elmo street car nooga, It Is safely stated that no city which carries him to the foot of the can rival 1L Missionary Ridge, to the Incline leading up the mountain. As east. Lookout Mountain to tho louth-west- , to this Incline, It Is one of tho most Orchard Knob, within the city modernly marvelous pieces ot engiYour prayerful atteiillcu is Invited do him honor. He had saved their In the tonight to one of the shortest para- sons from massacre at the hands of limits, and Chlckamauga Park, twelve neering to he found a anywhero Is well trip up United States and two the Mexicans and they caused a miles south, in Georgia, on the trolley bles that Christ ever spoke scenes of conflict during worth a visit to Chattanooga. At the verses, which concluded our Cospel sword to be made and presented to line, were all the great war between the states; and, base of the mountain Is the hlstorlo leading. "The kingdom of Heaven s General Clay. The blade and scab- no matter whore the visitor Is from, he town of St. Elmo, which was the resilike unto a man that Is n merchant bard wero skillfully engraved. The can find spots of interest to visit dence of Augusta Evans Wilson, while goodly pearls, and having hilt Is of solid silver. And then tiny places thai will interest him, on ac- writjng tho novel, "St. Elmo.'- seek in Continueil oiil'ace Two !i rich count of associations jiartlcjnated In felt that the sword was not lound one pearl of great price, went and sold all he had and bought enough to expres-- their gratitude and admiration, and to give a great vnlu? it." Suiely tho study of pearls will u to that gift they put an amethyst in NEWS IN OUR OWN STATE UNITED popular with the young ladles hero the hilt. Clay grew old and now he tonight. We aro 'all lovers ot b,auty . has passed away and nil the people hut Verdict of Guilty Against Archbald -- Louisville Agitating for Commission anil wo an' all lovers of vnlue. Now that subsciibetl for that gift, The Presidential Electors Meetand Cast' Government Meningitis Scare is our greed for beauty and tor value the amethyst still sparkles. Their Votes Wilson Declares for Abating Record Broken in Coa sometimes leads us astray. Hut nf- - General gave his sword to L'erea ColProgressives Cabinet Slate Output Hazard Wants Government ler all It is one of the distinctive lege. Many of you havo seen It In Sheppard-Kenyo- n Bill Coming to Building Carnegie Helps Central glories of human nature. No beast caiii the library; but the amethyst was Bristow Wants Industrial Tuberculosis Commission HandiVote enjoy beauty, lie has no joy exe.'pt too precious to be exiiosed there, so New Senator for capped. Commission the animal enjoyment. And no lieast Treasurer Osboine keeps It lu his Arkansas. lias a seiiai of value. Hu eats today strong lox. I here Is the amethyst. LOUISVILLE WANTS COMMISand tramples upon that which hi You can see Its glitter, the different ARCHHALD GUILTY SION GOVERNMENT will need tomorrow. lacets which reflect the light, and ':i The Impeachment proceedings The success oi commission form of Man has higher faculties and can the color like a rose leaf. I do not against government In other cities wh?ro United States Senate sco valuo and beauty. Anil It Is lor know the valuo of this gun; It may the Judge Archbald, ot the Commerce tried, and the anticipated success if man not o;ily to seek beauty, but the bo worth $100, or $.")00, but It is worth Court, were ended Monday after mor.s the government just Inaugurated in highest beauty, not only alue, but it whole garden of flowers. than a month' i sitting, and rosultcil Lexington has 'inspired certain citihighest value. The earliest tax tho And turning the page of the Uible, In a verdict of guilty. There wore zens of Louisville to begin the agitaago who had the dawning of reason wo me city. thirteen charges and tho verdict on tion for a change in the government still in the celestial lu li in could admire beauty, hut It "The twelve gates were twelve pearls; fivo of the thirteen was guilty, any- of that city. was tho lowest forms which nttrac' every teveral gate was of one pearl. one of which would have been suffiLouisville haa already tried tie! ed him. Th a difference between the Now theso things God made to glv cient to deprive him of his office. commission plan In piecemeal In Its suvugu and the wise man mirst be that an Intimation and a type of things Tlie vote on the first article siodiI board of educatlou, tho aswer commisthe wise man craves the higher. You Unit are unspeakable; things that can CS for conviction and five lu his sion and public hospital commission. choose between a flower unit u gem. never bo tId; things that we shall favor. And it tho agitation just beginning Is 'Many of us would chooso the flower. learn about In eternity. Judge Archbald Is the tenth per- success! ul, tho old general council of Its form Is perfect; Its color Is rich, protwelve aldermen and twenty counc'l-nie- n Now this stoiy, this puinble, Is a son against whom Impeachment Its perfume appeals to us even when ceedings have been brought In the will give way to five commiswe very short one. There are three points our eyes u'.o closed. Why should Its sioners. to be noted. In the first p'nee this United States Senate In all of not choose tlm flower? There Is on history, and the third to bo convictsufficient renMin. The flower fades, man who was a merchant SOUGHT Sanator QUARANTINE PARTIALLY LIFTED goodly pearls, He had a plan ami ed. It is noteworthy that but tho gem will continue to Mied lor 1'aynter of Kentucky voted for ArchSouthTlio meningitis scaro in Its boauty while the world lasts. Tlm a purpose in his pursuits. He set out western Kentucky has abated to a to find pearls rather than flowora or bald while Bradley did not vote. Is tlm value of the gem. Ami th''. Govgems that Ood has wonderfully mad ' anything else. Pearls was his pursuit, PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS MEET great extent. The United States agreed, the latter part of of th'- -' ernment and hidden In the dark pockets tf and not only pearls, hut goodly peurN, Tho presidential electors week, to bend nn expert to Ho the earth are symbols of things that mid ho became, u connoisseur. arIous statoo met, Monday, In the last with state authorities in th tf capitals of tho stntes and voted for nro eternal, If you ever read the 2Ut looked through the collections suppression cf the disease, nnd the f other merchant; kings nnd princes chapter, that wonderful chapter Nicholas President. Mr. Taft and Hoard of Health of Hickman, Ky., Revelation, where tho celestial city showed him all they had. And In the Murray Duller, who had been selectquarantine to the extent Is M't forth, you know quite a lUt of second place, he found something to lifted the ed by the National Committee greater than he expected. We don't take Vlin President Sherman's plac. of allowing schools. Churches, etc, f,enis. "The foundations of th:1 walls opon their doors, of tho city wero garnished with "ill know where; It couldn't have been !n lecelved only eight votes, thowe if to Tlio disease lb very prevalent In manner of precious stones. The fir.t the treasuries of any king, for a Utah and Vf intent. Special lniwsen-ger- s Dyre County, Tenn., and It Is agahut was Jasper; the second, sapphire; the king would nut have bold the peiul. were Bent to carry the vote to precauof Washington, win re it will bo cunvaim-e- d tills source of Infection that third, n chalcedony; tho fourth, mi It nuibt have been In the boat tious are bulug takau. (Wo boni diver, or In somo obscure cubln. Congress Feb, 12th. by emerald; the fifth, sardonyx. aro getting u wholo Jewell y ktoro Ono day tho merchant started, and COAL OUTPUT PRESIDENT ELECT WILSON A here!) tho sixth, sardlus; tlw seventh, his heuit beat loudl) ; ho Whs excited. According to Chief Mini Inspector PROGRESSIVE chrysolyte; the eighth, beryl; the Ho salu, "Hery Is bouiothiiiK greater In addressing the presldantlal tc-tor- s C. J. Nonvotd, tho yield of coal lu than any thing I have ever Hero ninth, u topaz; the tenth, a chrysop-laBiiKentucky for PJ12 breaks all previous in Now Jersey, Monday, Presitho eleventh, u jacinth; the Is something greater than the emperelect WiUon declared, "I fchull it'oords. Almost complete returns were or has seen; greater than uny mer- dent twelfth, an ainetliyst." not be ncting an a partisan when I reported up to December first, and Many of us have never seen one of chant has over seen; greater, liouvlor, pick out progicsslves ami only profrom theso the estlma'te Is mado that Ho these btoiies, hut can show you moro lustrous, more precious." gressives to aid me." This sentoncu the yield amounted to 15.5UO.U00 tons. nu amethyst. Many years ugo one of was surprised, Is taken tc Indicate that Mr. Wilson PUHLIO HUH. DING KOR HAZARD la tho third plain ho was resolute. Is in lino with tlm spirit of. the tlmu. our great Kentucky Htntotinrii, fas-lii- s Congressman I.angly Introduoid n M. Clay, canto back from tho ,Mx'. He went nwny ami sold all that lio OA1HNET SELECTIONS bill In the House ot HeprasiutatlvM, can War, and thu citizens of Tdndl-so- n had and bought it. Ho lUtvrmliwil Tho wlso ones at Washington, Krlday, authorizing the erection of a ami Kayetto counties wished '.o (Continued on 1'agtTliitc) I Kr I'm Continued uii luge the d by-ca- r President Frost's Sermon "The Pearl of Great Price" e s ; STATES ' I i j to s; 1 THE CITIZEN January i6, 1913 The Citizen family nestspapsr for all that It true and Interesting. rublUhed rtfht. eery Thunnlsy it Ileres. Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. p. Faulkner, (Inmrporiitrd) Editor and Minagsr. IN ADVAN'Clt Subscription Ratos r.VVAIII.K One Yer SU Month Three Monthi fcend money t' 60 i ly or Htprrw Money Order. Dmfl.'KeKinlered Utter, oruneaiul two cent utamps. The lte after )onr name on Uhei jhowi to what date your tiiWIptloii l paM H It l not chaneet within three week after renewal notify us. MiMlne numbers will I Kindly niipplled if we aie notified. 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If a business man, a manufacturer of larni machinery, for Instance, wore au to figure- - the cost of growing aero of whent as ho figures the cost of 1113 product, he would Include the Interest on his plant; tho farm cost, tho upkeep; waking good and replacing tho wear and tear; the salary of tho tho president or manager of plant, In addition to thnt of tho employees (tho fanner's wlto would bo considered on tho basis of an assistant manager, and her Salary' would bo calculated); tho loss of stock during tho year; tho Interest on the note, If any, nt tho bank, or say the fnrm mortgage, If such things exist today In tho farm world, tnicM, mid perhaps a percentage for 'unseen (X- -' ponscs' that creep Into farm lit and jot go unheeded. "If the above Items nre not legitimate 'expense" Items on a farm, what nro 1" iNTTBNAnONAL SUNWSfflOOL HL3uEHP :,SBPLLHiaHLaitLaLaH Lesson (Uy li. O. HKM.KHfl, stitute, of Chicago.) (Conducted bf tti National Woman's Christian Temperance Union.) Director of Department Ths Moody lllble Kvo-nln- it In- MUCH DANGER TO FISHERMEN Many Lives Lost at Sea Because Captain of the Vessel Has Taken Too , Much Alcohol. who has I)r Wilfred T. Orenfell, done such elllclent work among the fishermen off the coast of I Jtbrndor, LESSON FOR JANUARY MANS' FIRST SIN. LKSrtON (lUI.I)K.V TKXT-One- ala TPT-"Kv- ery I J.t-1- 19 S-- John 1 ' NUGGETS "Not getting tho better o. nnoth r person, but getting tho best out of one's self Is success." KKNTICKV PKUSS ASSOCIATION. "God often would enrich, But finds not where to pl-ic- his ONE CENT LETTER POSTAGE treasure, Nor In hand nor heart a vacant space.'' Qlrdseye View of the Incline to the Summit of Lookout Mountain, Term. Before tho 1, U. S. Supremo Court, Do your best leave tho rest. Solicitor General Bul-li- tt upheld tho right of tho governDo It now. ment to stipulate the conditions under which mall shall bo carried. One fday Is worth two tomorrows. "It Is a fact," declared tho Solicirink and Idlenett. tor, "that every man, woman and Intemperance Is fostered n much by child who malls a letter Is being unjustly taxed. Tho government over- ennui as by physical debility A mind charges peoplo who mall letters about fully occupied hag far less disposition Tho hardest drinking octo excess $70,000,000 por year." government officials curs In stagnnnt provincial towns. '.Many other London Outlook. claim that there should be a radical rates CONVENTION OF BAPTIST LAYMAN chango made In the present about Dec. RELIGIOUS CENTER 'MANY FINE HOTELS CHATTANOOGA HAS AMPLE ACCOMMODATIONS FOR DELEGATES TO CONVENTION. 3,000 HO-TE- CHATTANOOGA MERITS THE DISOF BEING VERY TINCTION STRONG IN ITS CHURCHES. , charged on various classes of mall matter. The largo proportion of second class mail matter carried throughout tho country is said to bo weekly and monthly magazine matter full of advertising pages, on which publishers are making vast profits. this Active steps will be taken winter to pres,s through congress n bill providing for one cent postage. The National One Cent ctter Association's offices are In. the New Kng-lan- d Building, Cleveland, O., Geo. T. Mcintosh being secretary and treas- Continued from I'irtt rage Baptists Occupy a High Place Numerically Interchurch Federation Has Hotel Facilities for the Proved to be a Great This Cfty. Success In Pastors urer. INEXCUSABLE IGNORANCE is a regrettable circumstance consider, tho people of the country which tonkin- - a matter of mystery It that only the elect can understand. Business men often consider banking a matter which they are not obliged to understand, and understanding of Igwhich would be useless to them. of banking as a factor In the norance begets business and economic scheme tho lack of confidence manifested tn panics. A good monetary system Is and pubfounded on two things-go- ld lic confidence. There can bo no conanything without knowlfidenco in edge of It. England has more t ongold. The confidence is fidence than born of general understanding of tho tanking system. The most perfect banking and currency system In this country would be only partly successful If It were not understood. Every business man, every farmer and are on. himowes It to every wage-earnstudy the question of curself to Many Notable Gatherings Here. rency reform, to learn the defects Chattanooga has In tho past enterof tho existing system, and why it tained some of the most notable gathIs proposed to chango it. erings that ever nssembled. Right recently this city has been host I'ndertakers' AsNational to the AGED CRIMINAL GIVES ADVICE l'rotectlve sociation, the Travelers" Nearly a score of young men, nil Association, the Southern Textile Asunder twenty yeats of ago were sociation, the Southern Woman and awaiting sentenco in a New York Child Labor Conference, tho Army of court the other day, and with them the Cumberland and tho Union Veterwith ans' Legion. Tho Army of tho Cumstood an old man, hardened berland meets regularly In this city. crime, to receive his punishment. The A most notable gathering hore and young criminals laughed and jeered on that should be mentioned separatepredicament. itt tho old man in his ly was the Southern Presbyterian LayHo turned seriously toward them nnd men's conference last winter. To this said: "I have spent thirty yearn of gathering came 1,500 delegates from that 1 all over the south and during the sesmy Ufo in prison, and, no am dowu and out, you young fools sions the Southern Presbyterian laytaunt mo with my ago. 1 am no men made great plans for the future, missionaries volunteered to go to tho preacher, but I want to tell you that foreign fields and thousands of dollars crlmo docs net pay. You should thank wore pledged for foreign mission I am, God that you are not ns old as work. and that there Is still tsomo hope for Besides the conventions and assem you." Thoro was shamo In tho fac'a blies already mentioned, there have exmet bore In time past tho American of the young men, nnd silence, cept tho bitter sobbing of one of their Bar Association, the American League number, a lad of sixteen. What an He of Postmasters, the Association of Railway Claim Agents, the Association o,uent sermon out of such a sad experience! It Is to be hoped It did of Deans of Law Schools, the National Association of Bank Clerks, tho Amerbo mo good. If tho old man had la the ican Association of Dining Car Superbeginning of life followed tho ndvlce intendents, the Southern Educational gray Association, the Hallway Fuel Agents' gave tho young men, hlJ ho nt Association, the Speech Arts Associahairs would have been n crown glory Instead of shame. JTho Christ- tion, the American Society of Civil Engineers, conferences of both the Northian Herald. ern and Boutborn Methodist Churches, Presbyterian synods and Baptist state SALARY conventions, also the Southern BapYOUR WIFE'S WHAT stop-oveer The ride to Chickamauga Park Is a delightful one, the car passiug first through tho business section of tho city, then through a broad manufacturing area, on to Itossvllle, and then through the famous Itossvllle gap Into the fertile fields of North Georgia. Arriving at "the post," as it Is familiarly called by Chattanooga, tho visitor finds good roads, kept up by the government, running through tho military pari;, with lt3 broad acres and stately monuments, marking places where of both the blue and the gray poured out their life'i blood during that dreadful conflict, when the forces clinched in a deathly struggle that lasted several day. Every school child knows about the battle of Chickamauga and the visitor to Chattanooga Is privileged to revel among its historic spots at will and indulge In reminiscences of the pan to his heart's content. Not all the words ever coined by history writers can describe the beauties of this place, watered by tho blood of soldiers; nor can the poets describe tho solomnly sacred sentiments that hover about It. Is It any wonder than convcntlonlsts flock to Chattanooga during all seasons of the year? Is It any wonder that Chattanooga's hotels nro- - filled the year round with tourists stopping over for a day or a week to visit the places of Interest In these parts? Not only by ones and twos, but sometimes by whole families tho tourists como and spend days here. Many Journey direct to Chattanooga, while thousands, going from north to south and from south to north, stop over. The railr rates hero and roads all give a great part of the time special rates he-ro- and Laymen Expected Convention City Noted for Excellence of its Hotels and its Hospitality to Visitors. A city noted for its ample hotel acIs Chattanooga, Teun., OUGHT TO BE tist In tho current Issue of Farm and Fireside a woman contributor writing a little article on "The Cost of tanooga delegation, several hundred strong, captured the United ConfederWheat" says: "Mr. Schwartz estimates tho cost ate Veterans' Reunion tor 1913, convention. One of the biggest hauls Chattanoo ga ever made in the way of securing publlo gatherings was made In Macon, Oa., last spring, when the Chat- which will be thronged with visitors February 4, G nnd C, nnd already tho hotels there arc beginning to look forward to tho occasion, anticipating tho Alaccommodation of many guests though the attendance iiihki the convention, it is expected will reach 3,0UO, including laymen and pastors, all will be well taken care of in a comfortable manner. Hotel facilities form a city's chief asset as far as tho trarling public Is concerned. The rapid growth In site and popularity of Chattanooga had degiven rlso to nn mand for ample hotel accommodations and this demand has always been Never has it been said of Chattanooga that it could not care for all who were guests within its hospitable bordors. Tho 60,000 tourists who was that ho listened to Adam's visit tho city annually all receive the his wife's fault persuslon (v. 17). Their best of attention. deslro for a present advantage, "be-coTho largest hotel In the city Is tho llko God," ovcrcamn the fear of $1,000,000 Hotel Patten, n twelve-storn futurn displeasure and llluslrntvs lo- structure, with over 230 rooms, the Hebrew word for sin, "missing thu mark." Immediately their eyes were opened. What they saw- - now was not "deBlrablo to look upon" and they made themsdves girdles from tho leaves of tho fig trees. Man has over slnco been seeking to cover his own shamo. Commit III. Tho Trial vv. 8.13. Iniquity nnd human naturn seeks concealment Innocenco never seeks covi er Sin makes cowards of us all. As the cool of tho day approaches God walks tn tho garden. Of courso hn dele-- ' fellowship, will be accorded all misses Adam and calls "Wliero art thou?" From that day on his call has r..h?. resounded but man heeds not tho call. Chattanoogans will open their hearts L IV. The Sentenco vv. il l UUUI1!';V.' Adam to the Baptist hosts who Journey that nought to throw tho blamo upon Evo I way February 4, 5 and C. and indirectly upon God who had given him Evo. No excusn but seeks to SKETCH OF MOVEMENT Wo see, evado responsibility. In tho words of this section three great facta presented, First, tho roSouthern Baptists Endorse Laymen's tation between tho human raco nnd Missionary Movement In RichHotel Patten (Headquarters). tho race of serpents, Everything that Va., In 1907. mond, cated at the point wboro Georgia ave- la evil, repulslvo and vllo Is summanue, Market street and Eleventh rized In that phrnso "that old sorpont" Southern Baptists endorsed tho Lay- street como together. This hotel Is Rev. 12:9. Tho trickery of a serpent. men's Movement at tho meeting of ono of tho finest structures of Its kind Its venom, ltB nolselessness, Its retholr convention In Richmond, Va., In In Amorlca, li absolutely fireproof and port to dark places, and man's natural May, 1907. An executive committee of equipped with all modern hotel fa- Instinct to kill a snako, all put togethnine men was appointed with J. Harry cilities. er, Is but a summary of thn curso as Tyler as chairman, and Baltimore ns Both tho Patten and tho Read are recorded In verses 11 and 15. of searchheadquarters. Aftor months frequently chosen as headquarters for! Second, tho everlasting conflict bo- ing for a secrotary tho committee se- notable gatherings. tween man and tho powers of ovll. cured the sorvlces of J. '1. Henderson, One reason wo know this garden story Tho Grand hotel, a now of Virginia, for a part of his time. y fireproof building, Is located on Mar- la truo 1b that It squaroa with our Tho movemont has gained consider-abl- o day experience. It Ih as truo to street, Just across from tho Terheadway among Southern Bap- ket Is modernly life as the laws of mathematics. Tho It tists; tho different states havo com- minal station. power of sin, Ita appeal to prldo, to or less actlvo and hun- equipped. mittees moro lust, to ambition, to tho pleasure of Other hotels aro: churchos dreds of association and tho eyes, to any and all of tho emoTho Read houso, located on West tions, and tho counter pull of an outhavo commltteos to press the princiSouth Car- Ninth street, opposlto tho Union Staples of this movement. raged conscience nro too vivid n ro-- I olina has a salaried secretary. Scoroa tion. allty In our lives to bo denied. And nro recognizing tho obligation , of men Tho Eastern hotel, corner of Mar- lastly thoro 1b tho prophecy of ono , of stewardship and are heartily giving who should conquer this powor and ket and Eleventh streets. valuablo tlmo, thought and scrvlco as Tho Hotol Northern, corner of bring all things subject to himself. money to the propagation of well as Ho who was to conquor that last enChestnut nnd Eighth streets. the gospel. emy, death, 1 Cor. 16:24, 26. Having on East Sixth street, Tho Theresa, I The great convention to bo held In thus partakon of tho "trco of tho Chattanooga will add now Impotus to back ot tho Bijou. knowledgo of good and evil" theroby Tho Ford hotol, South Markot street, Incurring the curso of labor and toll this movement among Southern Baptists. near tho Terminal station. upon thorn God avoided tho possibility The speakers are to be among tho Tho Tourist hotel, South of partaking of "tho troe of Ufo continent. President S. streot, opposite tho Terminal Market andtheir forever" by Bonding ablest on the llvo thorn out station. University of 0. Mitchell, of the State Tho Rcdmon hotel, South Market ot " garden and effectually prevent- South Carolina; Dr. J. B. Gambrcll, of ,D thelr return v. 14. But tho troo ot Texas; Dr. W. J. Williamson, of St. Btroot, opposite tho Terminal utation. 11,0 WM not ,Mt foreror B1 now we Tho Terminal hotol, East Fourteenth Louis; J, Campbell White, of Now urgod to ot It to our fulL President W. L. PoteaL of Btreot, near tho Terminal station. York; Tho Williams house, on Market 04,0 IleT' 2 !L Wake Forest College, N, C; Dr. H. F. .Adm Bnd Ero Flamme, of New York; Dr, Oeo. W. treet, betwoon Ninth and Tenth1 cholc0 and thu ,M40a the powor ot L "voals a Texas, and Judge Whipple, streets, running through to Georgia Truett, of portraiture ot tho drama ot Ufa. of Georgia, are a few of the speakers. 1 sup-pile- Chattanooga merits easily tho distinction of being a religious center. This Is demonstrated not only by tho cordial welcomo It alwayB extends to visiting religious conventions, but by the activity In church circles locally. The Interchurch federation there has already proven a success, as was shown recently when tho city auditorium was the scene of n service In tho interest of church unity, under tho auspices of the federation. The Baptists in Chattanooga occupy Thero a high position numerically. are in Chattanooga over a dozen active white Baptist churches and each Monday morning, following a conference of the ministers of all denominations In the Y. M. C. A. building, the Baptist pastors meet in tho Sunday-schoo- l room of tho First Baptist Church and there discuss the work of their denomination. Tho suburban churches In Chattanooga, as well as those uptown, are active In promoting the causes for which they stand. All the Baptists of Chattanooga are unanimous In their anticipation of t Incoming laymen's convention and they are making big preparations to give their visiting brethren, both ministers and laymen, a hearty welcome, the memory of which will last long after the convention shall have adjourned. A Chattanooga Baptist welcome which Is of the highest type, and a welcome from the members of the other denominations, born of Christian commodations "Why don't I want to see liquor used at sea? Because when I go down Them nru four natural divisions to for i watch below I want to feel that this chapter In Genesis: I. Tho the man at the wheel sees only one if. Tho Fall, vv. light when thero Is only ono light to Temptation vv. IV. Tho sou; that whrn tho safety of tho ship C, 7; III. Tho Trial, vv. and nil it curries depends on thn cool Sentenco vv. head, the Instant resolve nnd the I. EnTho Temptntlon vv. vironment certainly did not cnuso our steady hand of the helmsman, there parent In the garden, to fall. How Is not standing there In plant of the long after tho crentlon of in an this man, the poor debased rrrnturo that event occurred no ono knows. Was all thn world has seen nlrohnl create oven out of such gifted men as It a real serpent? Why not? Did not Adam na nui all tho nnlmals? It Is no Burns nnd Coleridge, nnd hosts of stretch of Imagination to believe tho others "I hnfo seen ships Inst through cob tradition that ho conversed with them till driven from tho garden Truo Mil-to- Union becnuso thn raptnln hud been I have had to and not Genesis says this was Sa- 'taking a little alcohol. tell a woman that she was a wlilnw, tan, yut Milton had Scrlpluro Wo nro nlso taught and that her children were fatherless,, lly, Rev 12 9 gentle nnd that Satan can assume disguises, 2 becnuso her husband, been tempted to clean tllvng, had Cor 11:U, etc ' Tho point of attack was to question take it drop of alcohol nt sen, and had over tho word of God; this Is always tho fullon Into athe sldo dmnk, nnd hail I gonn drunkard's eternity open doorway to all sin. False tho- end to falsi biivo had to clothe children nnd feed ology always leads la thn them when reduceil to starvation, beconduct. God had forbidden to oat of cause alcohol hud robbed them of a mt ono trco, chapter J: 17, but her natural protector nnd of all thn Satan takes a partlnl truth to mako of life." a lie. "Yn shall not rat of tho fruit of all tho trees." t. 1 (IL V ) Ere did what Jesus did when ho was tempted, replied with tho words of God vv, 2 ALCOHOL KILLS "BY INCHES" and 3. But though Mm saw through Satan's misrepresentation, sho made There Is No Escape From Scientific Fact That Moderate Drinking the collosal mlstako of parleying. - Is Slow Suicide. Oalnlng that much ground Satan goes a step further It Is not death she Whenever ntrohol Is spoken ot as noed to be fearful of: God would rather prevent hor becoming HVn himself "a polnon," It should be designated hence tho prohibition not to partako as "a rlow poison." No doubt many a hoy has concluded It Is not a real of thu fruit of tho troo. poison becnuso It dors not mnkn thn Eve's Mistake. beer drinker or the whisky drin.er "Your eyes shall bo opened . . . full right down nnd die. But It kills Human curiosity "by Inches" It takes thirty-ontho woman saw" year and a wrong ambition for a clearer for moderato drinking to kill a stout knowledge havo over been fruitful nuug man of twenty, who Is strnnic sources of failure, Evo made tho mls- enough to pass an Insurance exainlna (2:17) tako of adding to God s words tlun It has by that lime killed thlr and of allowing herself to sen tho one teen years out of his Ufa Hn had nu prohibition of thn garden rather than business to din till he was slit) four thn myriads of privileges. British mutual companies that rlasai II Tho Fill, vv. C. 7. Thn next f) abstainers and moderate drinkers Htep was but thn entering wedge. The separately, and rebate to each what appeal was to tho eyes, "it wns a eier thoy fall short of thn expected to tho eyes" v. 6 It. V , "she took mortality. Iiuh for half a eetnur 1 God given more than twenty-siJohn 2.16. When of It," see per cent gnvo command not to eat, ho know higher rebates to abstainers than to tlui danger of touching, 2 Cor. 6:17. moderated from Thern Is no Thern was of course a possible escapn, the scientific fart that fnmtrratn Cor 10:13. even yet. but scarcely drinking Is slow suicide so, Evo had gono too for, henco sho. and then Adam partook. DECREASE IN BEER DRINKING Adam's Fault. S.J4 It, V. I . ' ' n ' lev-Ins' s ' tin tlio timl servant of iln." cms thnt says: Fiscal Year Shows Million Oaircli Less of Malt Liquid Consumed In This Country. ' m 'j it .r,"i The statement has been mude b the Liquor Dealers' association (lint there has been an Increase In tho coo sumption ot whisky In the Cnlted States, Tho Internal revenue retort docs sustain this claim, Thero h been an Increase In tho manufacturu of distilled spirits, but a much larger proportion than ever before of dls tilled spirits Is going Into different lines of manufacture, and Into than for usn as a beverage Concerning mult liquors, the pre llmlnary report of tho United Mates Internal revenue commission shows a decrease of over 1,000.000 barrels of beor consumed In this country during the fiscal yeur ending Juno 30, 1912 traJ-other how-ove- r, ' flvo-stor- Give the Children a Chance. little folks a Glvo these bright-eyechance, Thn saving of tho boys anJ girls Is moru Important than the election ot a president. It Is morn Importnnt to save thero than It Is to acquire; territory It U better to keep tfio smllo on their and tho twinklo In tholr eyes limn it Is to Btorm and worry over thn tariff Tho salvation of tho bouI of a hor or a girl la morn Important than ths success of any political party It l better to keep tho Bunshlno In their henrtB. and It la better to keep the sttnshlno In tho henrtB of tho mothers, thun to win a political victory J. Frank Ilnnly. lii -Ki- -Gov. ov-er- ' I I Worst Evil. that on one occasion so ovll genius, meeting n high minded prlnco, gave him tho cholco of three things, ono of which ho must do ourso tils maker, murder his father, or get drunk. 1Mb mind rovoltcd In horror from tho first two; so ho choi tho third as tho lenst of - the lhrc sins. But while drunk ho commltied both tho others. It Is said A a.. I I , i I I Prte faith-avenu- U'Imn nnnn and tho boy wont to n restaurant 1" where tho fathor often had lunch saa nn,ii,iir dm order W knowing It was tho father's custom in havo a bottlo ot liquor witn asked the boy what ho would U " drink. The boy roplled: what father takes." Quito w the fathor realliod the seriousness and had a glass o tho situation at his plato Instead of the custom bottlo. -- father took Ills llttlo boy to rAITlfl Changed His Order. t" a..i,. "''",! '" January id, 19 13. THE CITIZEN. With n full brnss hand from Lnu bonding tbo column, 700 youu liters marched, danced nnd prniei through the old town. It wns n parn ojf exquisite beauty because of the ! after gravo proved nllko disappoint Ing, nnd those, engaged In tho work thai beamed And sparkled In chlldls fneesj It was a parade of grave Impo wero about despairing of success tnncc beeniiso of tho future clllr.ciisbi when tho ninth grnvc was opened, Hint was thero. Tho long line a and tho light oncn moru fell upon In broken hero nnd there by a gnyly tbo body of tbo Awakens flew Enthusiasm all that remained of wngoti overflowing with smi conqueror of Kaskaskia and Viiicen o big. glggllmr, roiy faced girls nnd ncs. the Children's Condition coiiIcmIs nt Ibo fair grounds we1, nnd tho ab"Tho military butlons begun ns mioii ns the pnnide illsbnmln sents of tho left leg above tbo kmc These contexts were divided Into olt'li mndo tho Identity absolutely crtaln. Mictions, so that clilldn-i- i of nliout He IT MAKES THEM ALL THINK. snme ngo inlnlit enter. There Tho remains wero removed tu Cairo mnlebos, ntithmctlc innteh.-- . Hill Cemetery In October, ISM, and story telling mutches. In progress h In without ceremony relnterred ground gently sloping to tho north. As an Old Farmer Ssirl, "I Dtlieve This most coniliitiously. There wero itiil Is tha Most Important Lot of Young races, foot rueen. three legged rue,-hoAt tho sumo time or about tbo same rnres. bltehlng up races, races fn Stock That's Ever Oen Exhibited." time, tho bodies of his brothers, Gin-creach and every one. Now nnd then f lit Did tha Investment Pay? Jonathan Clark and Captain program would bo Interrupted by v Clark and somo other members mnrchlng coliiiiin with Its cheer leiidei A little over n year ago n ninn who from of tho family, wero removed Tbo column would yell Itself hours' In the pleasures saw possibilities placed nnd retire nmld the npplnuso of th- other burying grounds and nnd enthusiasm of child life deelihsl by his Hide." to Invest some money. Ho had seen Although heart and brain alike an' much o the world, but determined to dust, nnd th-- teeming energy, the try bis experiment In Ids old Imyhnod ardent spirit and tho iulck Imaginahome county of Itnllltt. He oiTcrcil the tion of Georgo Rogers Clark, who county school olllclnh the dividends wrested from tho Indians, thu llrlt-Is- h from a thousand dollar I,, and N. boiid, nnd tbo French, an empire Inrgi r to bo li.ied us I hey saw fit. These of re than many European kingdoms, flclnls decided upon nn nil dny rally stilled tho memory of tbo Hero of Is today a potent patriotKiiskuskln ic force. Tbo gallant General George Rogers Clark sleepH very quietly mi the k1ok-o'( Rt.n a green hillside in Cave II 111 Cemetery. An olive treo llko a 8niitur guards tho modut "nix f't't ot uirth, ' and n plain white marble slab K i s watch beside "Ibo low grit u t nt whoso curtain never outward twin s.' An Iron star, tho badge of courage and honor, known as a Revolutloh-armarker, watch's with b1 imi (INK OF TIIK Ft.OA'TS mien over tbo Ion mound, mid by th" hero, whom the nation will side of tho grand stand Over In the Moral lur was a splendid display of needlewoil. by tbo rectum soon commemorato ut good things to eat and handiwork of a costly monument, are Mi" grav s kinds. All of this fun and enthushisii of bis two brothers, Mich nmikul l. A hAtllll.P. 1IOI1SB KNTIIV. out In the ukiil mellow sunshine of the samo Iron ludno. nnd pleiile. ulth many and varlisl tun perfect autumn day! Of tho men and women of the lns tcstH. m that every child In the rutin tt Was the Investment a good mieV of Clark the men and women who IlllKllt eiiiiip, e. be answiTisl by a farmer's an Cabot Lodge inado history Henry During the inns' perfect Oi tolw swer to the question. "Well what il soys: "They rise up to us from th" weiitber ShepherdHvllle had her Urn' you think of Iff" past as Indian fighters anil explorers, school rally Gnrly Hint mornluc l'i The old man's face wrinkled Into to pour Into town smile that begun in the corners of hi hunters, trapp-r- s and a Iventurwrs, but children rail. In hi vles nnd surreys. In l eyes ti ml gradually spread to his hi. wo must not forget that thiy farm wnuiuis and on mouth licfuie hosnlil ipiletly: primarily nnd more than anything frames, on horcli:icl; Hide spread ami muleh:ii'k "I hate been luuklu' at line stock in else settlers. They bad entered Into njid their friends nod relatives rnine this here fall grounds for years. It, and tiwi. Ity 10 ii'elork. the time net for tin tho laud to poHnesH It, compi I've thiiimht ft- lot about feedln' im hand It down to th'lr posterity. So parade. Hie town was alive with bnn'liii' stock, but" lie hesitated a nn. they hung onto their forts nnd s tH nnd girls staid farmers ttnr tneiit. wnisl hN hand out toward a Pia ''h meuta w llli grim tenacity end litis- It braced Hie lourthnuse fence wore hint group of Intent upon sonic con despornto fight, nnd wen1 Kitlsfl'd us bailees hauulni; from tho IniM-ltest and continued "I believe this hen their coats. biulL'es that read "TIM'S Is the must Important lot of youiiL' well they might be, to beat off InTKK" or "F It I i: X I) O F T II I stock that's ever been exhibited, nn vasion ami yield no Inch of ground. ' SCHOOLS " Xo one deemed Itirlin,-tI'm golu' lo think more about luin'lh Such a pioneer home, built of blood talk ul'diit crops ii polities. em after this." courage, was the pionand team and eer cabin of tho Chirks, the homo of have all had this experience. I am PRESIDENT FROST'S SERMON John Clark, father of George North telling things you know. iCuntlniieil from firMjianc) Clark and of William Clark of th m I think tonight ot an incident l.ew!s and Clark exedltlon. that that supremo treasure should be my own life that I have never told Mammoth Cavo 'Magazine. his; 'he made It his nun. to any person; and there Is no one Xcw you can all very easily read living now who knows it. When 1 was Is no little child fifteen years old 1 did a very fool- The platform of prevailing prayer Is that parabl". There "Thy will be done." A senso horn tonight who could not Interpret Mi and wicked thing. My father knew labeled, Ho knew that he knew It. of God's sovereignty, nnd of his right ChrUt's plain parable. Whnt Is this It and to decldo what Is bent, and of tho wis- pearl or great price? "The kingdom didn't say a word. The next morning dom of all ot his decisions, must un- of Heaven" that conies into a man's at family prayers, lie wept; and my derlie all approach to thothrono of soul when ho Is converted. Tho pearl mother did not understand his tears, grnco Tho Gethsetnano garden cry, is religion. The pearl Is religion. .Now and then I knew he had not told ".Not my will, but thine, ho done," Is It will taku us n goixl while to know my mother. That wns one of the fundamental to tho entire Christian nil that religion means. I shall not heaviest days ot my life. 1 felt that l Idea of prayer. Stubborn house I couldn't live In the same can command no favors from heaven. attempt to deilne It philosophically with long words. Hut philosophers me with my father when he knew what In tjjo school of prayer tho great very slmplo pooplu when jou find 1 had done, and so I decided that I would run away that night. And I got life lessons aro lenrned. There It Is the real philosopher. And true philosthat a senso of relations and propor- ophers speak n. simple language. My together my possessions. 1 had n sil-- j had tions Is acquired, so that llfo Is not dis- neighbors and friends, tlu liarilPil vcr cup which my grandfather torted, with tho nonessentials first and man has very llttlo ndvaututge ovt given mo because 1 was named for tbo essentials last. It Is a profound thing?. him. I had a silver pencil and 1 had education for any soul to grasp tho any other In thoso deepest t tenden-band a silver watclf, and I got thesT to-- I truth that God Is on tho throne of tho It is the heart that is our gethor with a few other things nnd Then nil lesser truths and tho mind that Is reflectlvo in unlverso. j calculated their vnluo and 1 thought proper relationship. A everyday life, that attains true facts fall Into I could buy a ticket to some western setis'o of humility and teachableness follows naturally. Ono Is brought InLet us define religion as bin.; town and go away. I worked with my to spiritual fellowship with all tho friendship with God. .Now Is this father that day and ho said nothing. family of God's praying children as he friendship with God Komcthlng that but ho saw the heaviness of my oun- -. kneels beforo tho throne; prayer Is n ought lo bo represented by a peail tcnanco, nnd nt night when we came o Tho real school of brotherhood. home ho said something to me that peace which tho world so vainly of great price? Is It something which me. mo know he had forgiven pursues becomes tho possession of tho ull men desire? Is It? Is It some- made often Into tho prayor thing which you desire? l'eihaps yi u Do you know what It Is to bo ono who enters Why you don't know the load closet. Strength, wisdom, content- will ha surprised wlifn 1 answer that ment, power, nil nwnlt tho pupil In the It Is. It Is. You may not bo conscious you carry until It 1s lifted. And to 1 'say to each ono ot you, "You are school of prayer. of your desire, but deep down In every heart there Is a longing after God's child nnd you do nut millz , "There Is a spot whrro spirits blend. nr-- i none so what a load of unrest you are catry-with tho things of God. Thero Where friend holds fellowship so scornful, nunc so lug until It shall be lifted and yoi frlvtdous, nono friend, your father bus lorglven Through sundered far; by faith they weak, and nono so good that they do know tbnt tin you." That Is a part of religion. not cry out and say, "I cravo meet And another part of the peail or Around tho common mercy scat. pearl of great price." Just consider for a moment some of tho things that great prlco Is power. Tower' I think "There, thore on eaglo wings wo soar, It stands for; some of those deep wo nil know that we like power. The And tlmo and sense scorn all no moro, desires In eveiy human heart that lellow that can get nstrlde of a horse And benvon comes down our souls to tiud mako tho hort.o go this way or lellglou answers. greet. he Oh, he feels good beiauso I think you would nil own up to a that And glory crowns tho mercy sent." 'desliv for You wlt.li to has power. Tho girl that can run n can eookbtove, or the sewing nuithlne, or You 1'olne ot soul Is acquired In tbo think well of yourselves. many professions, but a Sunday School, or any other orgnul-j.atloput nil a t school of prayer has n Joy that is pure. ou pan never bb satisfied with yourHvery growing llfo needs periods ot self until you aro right with God. heavenly . nnd commendable, detnehmont. "Como yo apart," Is tho Isn't that perfectly true? Isn't it l'ower! Cdatiy of us have tound tha master's word to nil .his dlBclples. perfeitiy certain that you ran never limits of tower. Ami we havo found Freedom from dependence upon and am some things of power that we iidmliv. rntniiKlomont with tho world Is won give npproval to yourself (nnd by him who goes npnrt to pray. In not ssaklug of any punishment, or 1 thins, If wu know where to place this experience, of Isolation and medi- tho condemnation of others) but you our admiration, wo admire tho martation ho realizes himself, bb well as will tuner bo on good terms with tyrs whon thoy stand alone nnd "face God. Georgo Herbert's Injunction Is yourselves until you are right, right. n frowning world." Wo ndnilw th" wlso: child Inventor, who when everybody lis-- f right with God. You nru his you may wander, you says this and that is Impossible, says, 'nnd wherever "Hy all means use some times to bo you ure his soldier. "It chnll bo done," and through long tiro u alone; and wherever yen may skulk, you are days ami nights he senrclus nnd ran Saluto thyself, see what thy soul in deserter. You aro his fellow worker sacks tho treasures of uaturo until doth wear. Dara to look within thy chest, for It nnd laborer together with God. That's ho brings forth that which the world what you tiro nnd whenever you jing- said was Impossible. We admire tho? Is tblno own, And tumblo up and down what led that work you lire shirking. Kver Independent people, I ran give you thou flndest thero." nnd a secret of power. I think most of deserter nnd overy overy shirk dosplscw hlmsulf. W you havo seen n man use, a hose In I PaRc tho garden. Thero aro somo new students who may not have scon a hoa-?- , a very familiar sight in tho streets of tho city, and wo thank Dr. Pearsons tbnt wo havo somo hose nnd nozzles hero tu llerca. Now tho man who hns hold of tho nozzlo can sprln-kl- o tho garden nnd tho lawn, he can wash tho windows, and ho can wnsh tho carriago In n few minutes. Hut It Is nil becnuso ho Is connected with thu water works, Hack of that nozzle Is a long rubber tube, nnd back of Hint rubber tubo Is n pipe, and bad of that plpo Is a reservoir. If th" reservoir should bo rut off he would bo holding an empty nozzle! Thnru Is another part of this pearl of great price. Religion means love. Xow I don't wish to mnko you sentimental, but the real fact Is that i there Is no treasure on earth the treasures of thu heart. All wealth, nil gems, and ull achievement Is simply to satisfy tho heart. When you havo gotten nil that Invention, civilization and the centuries have tolled for and laid by, It Is of no valuu until It finally affects the heart of somebody. And no heart was mndo to bent ulone. I have a great lovo for tho people who nru homesick. It shows that tl'.cy have a home nnd a heart. I pass no day without reflecting upon tho fad fact that 1 nin nn orphan, that 1 have no father and no mother In this world to glvi mo counsel nnd to pray for me. Do you realize the tlmo Is coming when you will bo an orphan, when nil the ho tender ties of this World will severed and tbo only thing which holds and that will hold forever is this friendship with God? I want n to prepare for everyone of you consolation for your bereavements. I expected to have theso remarks taken down by my faithful nnd loved secretary, Miss Smith, nnd ns fiio started for this building, she received a telegram that her sister, who was expecting to meet her at th-- ir homo for a llttlo family reunion next month, died this day. Now nirli t hinge are happening everywhere. Hut there Is balm In Gllend. There Is a cmfort for sad hearts, nni It Is In the friendship of God. And the sympathy of love not only comforts us n affliction; It gives the great Incentives for high endeavor. .Now havo I convinced you, are all of you convinced, that religion is a pearl' of great price? Ho that has It Is rich. We need nsk no further questions about him he Is rich. Ho that has It not Is to bo pitied. That'B Three. The Conqueror of Kaskaskia Tho Clnrk cabin nt Mulberry Hill ... .. . . . .. .1 rl warn rin-- t ruriril III IrfMJ. tellln mill w.ii iwnnici iiv mini inrit nnn iiih niwi rcimiiv. rm mnin nun ncen luiwhi-uiri nnniiuum-iuv" . . T 1 i HOW THE SCHOOL 'rllle RALLY WILL HELP im . minn nlwlllt 1 K'lll mill UDR II1CI1 Istv-Th- of being occupied for tbo purixiso Blaring farm products. To tlio left of tho cabin could Im seen a part of tbo old brick smoko-llouwhich was near ono end of Ibo low brick row In which tbo slnv, h lit mom iitiurlrrcd. Tbo cablu was ono tluio tbo homo of both (leorg Rogers Clark and William Clark. It John dosceuded to Wllllnm Clark. Clark and his wife, th noblo pioneer woman who faced thu perils of the wilderness with an Indomitable courage, wero burled In tbo old family burying ground nbout 100 yards distant from tho cabin. Georgo Rogers Clark, tho soldier, explorer, tbo pioneer, tbo daro-divtbo patriot, the hero of Kusknskln, tho captor of Hamilton nnd tlm victor of w II d VlncenneH has been thst-rlns "a man with empire In his brain." 1'fe Thu varied and history-makin- g of this gallant man mum to a clou February 13, 1818, and be was burled on Sunday. February 1. In a private ,I t...n-l..ill firilt' .ui.llll f. UlllJII't) nr.. .mil ..v '"and country sent f his brothci'-ln-IaIl's Msht, 'Mr. and Mrs. Croghnn. and body reposed In this beautiful secluilul spot for over half u when bis relatlvi b determined t rem"c it to Cnw HID. According to ."The Conqmst of the Xorthw'-and Mfe of George ltogem h. iar-fu- l Clark," by William II. preparations for tlm reiiionl eif tho body werw made, and on OcIoImt plsn was Mircewfiilly 29, 1S(XJ, th carried out. It was not done, however, Mr. Kim-llssays without great difficulty In finding tbo Iwsly. "I was lururinml i f s, ll . Hii-ilsh rfe j 'JTTi 1 y l Tin-mig- this fact." declares the historian, "l Colonel Reuben T. Diirntt, .f who was prwittjuii the soh-mTin' grave bail ii'lth r occasion. e to Identify monument nor It. If thero ever had been anything to mark tha grave It had dlsuppur-eIn tho lapse of years, and nth r graves had accumulated In the locality where his was supposed to bo. 'Tho fact that General Clark had suffered tbo loss of a leg, and had been burled In military clothe, imide have easier what otherwise might neon a difficult or Impossible, undertaking. A gmvo was oihmhhI, and "is tho body was reached, all present wero filled with re8toctful expiations, but It proved not to Ik-- the of George llogers Clark. Grave head-stond I I W'-r- b-- i t -- !( - s ' fTHEfl 1 P5 HOUR ALL self-wil- CHILDREN OF IN SCHOOL Topic PRAYER er." "Getting tho most from prayI'talms 34'1-2S- . A mystery, a reality such Is pray r. Tho wlo men write learned books, endeavoring to explain prayer's processes and power on psychological grounds, but wo turn from theso unHy a aense beyond explanmoro-l-y the fundamental thing. Hardly anything which you will ever learn in this world can be more certain or more Important than tho fact that religion Is the pearl of great price. Xow tho object of these meetings Is to dtstiibuto pearls. I have wanted to do something for my neighbors, nnd for theso students who are with us too short a time. They como and they go. I have been a poor neighbor. Three times since I havo lived here theso twenty years, I havo been sick nnd neighbors have come nnd sat by my bedside.' I could not return that neighborly kindness. I had other engagements, other duties, other promises. Again and again I have been invited to sit by my neighbors' firesides. I have alwnys said I would like to come, I hope I may, but I haven't. My father died and I couldn't stand by his grave. .My mother died and I couldn't bo at her bedside. Perhaps I have been wrong In not doing more for neighbors nnd kin, nnd students, but at any rato I want to do moie. If I can somehow make it simple and attractive, so that you shall get this pearl of groat price, I shall have done for you the greatest thing possible. And you young people, 1 ation we know that prayer Is not somo higher nclonco, somo mated tion. . satisfied. I wish I subli- elu-slv- law, somo psychological reacPrayer Is bent understood In simplest terms. Wo grasp Its reality mont clearly when our minds aro most Prayer Is Just asking God chlldllko. for whnt wo noed, and expecting hint to answer our prayers according to his greater wisdom. Tho Jesus prescription for prayer Is BUlllclcnt: "Ask, snd yo shall recolvo." Tho warrant for human prayer Is found In tho character of God. They got most from prayer who put most Into prayer, of time, Interest, faith and knowlodgo. Affection underBtnnds whnt Is mysterious to science, Loving trust finds nono of tho dllllcultles In prayor which stagger tho learned critics. To Ibo do. voted heart It Is perfectly cloar that tho great God who lovus his own, prlteu tliolr confldenco and delights to fulfill their request. IlecauBO God Is God, ami enros for his children with a love passing that of nn earthly parent, ho fullllls to thorn ull of tho otllces ot ii father. "Wind unbelief Is euro to err, And scan his work In vain; God Is his own Interpreter, And ho will mako It plain. by feeble sonso, "Judgo not tho Hut trust him for bis graco; llolilnd a frowning providence, Ha hides a smiling face." i ' ' I gr-si- n. never see tho lights burning lit the literary socletl.i, without wanting to lie there. I never pass n group of you without wishing I could sit down nnd Just whittle and "chin" a little. It I can put this pearl of great price Into your hand you will not hno been hero in vain. That's what these meetings are for. Wo niU3t ask ono or two moie things. Whnt Is tho price of this great pearl? It Is a pearl of great price. That means of great value. You don't havo to pay the value of It, hut you do havo to pay for It. In tho first place this man who was a niorchant, sought tho pearl. And this Is tho first nnd main thing I havo to say to you tonight. Will yen seok It? Will you bo here tomorrow night. Will you iittend to this matter, or will you tlohe jour cars and forget it all? In tho second pinto ho tested It. could do more for you. wns you have. Tho mcssngo that sung hy tho qunrtctto tonight tells tho prlco "Xothlng Less Than All Will Do." Xow Hint's reasonable. If you pay nil, no matter how llttlo your all Is, tho pearl Is yours. Xo matter how rich you ore, you will have to ray all you possess. Don't you know that's what wo always have to do In a lovo match? Can any ono get lovo without giving tho whole In return? Can a lover say, "I will not lorsako you, and I will bo your lover and husband for n length of yiars, except when I go to Iiulsvlllo?" Xothlng L"ss Than All Will Do," Tho old Hlblu says, "I am n Jealous God; thou shnlt havo no other Gods beforo mo." Why does tho lilbto dwell to much upon Idolatry? I don't uupposo any of us have ever ssen an Idol. 1 think I have ono nt the houso simply as n curiosity. Hut thoso old Idols, they nro types and symbols of other things which people worship now. Wo must say with tho song: Tho dearest Idol I havo known, Whnt e'er that Idol be, Help ino to tear It from thy throne And worship only thee. I shall say more of theso thluxs another night, but we must pay all wo have. Xow to whom hnvo I been preaching tonlghl? I have been preaching to everybody. I havo been preaching to my (Icarwt friends. A dPar friend of initio who Is not very learned said the ether day, "iou know It tavs In the Scripture that not a diop of his blood shall bum, nnd that munus that ono who has once been redeem-- , ed can never be lost." And 1 said, "Who said that?" "Ob, it's In the jlllble." Hut It Is not In tho Dibit-- . Xow I have great comfort In th doctrine ot perseverance but I think It's perfectly safe for me to say what Paul said, "I fight, I struggle, I sacri-- i flee, 1 fear, lest that by any means I when I havo preached to uthcis myself should be a castaway," The true pearl may Jie lost. I know a young lady who had a box of geniB, family heirlooms that came down from mother to daughter. She was not a worldly woman and so she put thorn jnway not caring to wear them. Hut a visitor came from a far city nnd suld, "I would like to see tbo family gems,'' And shfc said, "Oh, Just s!t will run up nnd get them.'' down, Sho pulled out the drawer and reached for tho box, and It was not there. Sho went Into the closet, and It was not there. Sha jiskcd her mother and ..vi iiiwiiil. ..... uu. nuun itii.iv .i.io She become of that precious box. w?3 about to take down tho to BinC for detectives and have the house searched; but Just then a telephone message camo to her from a trust company saying that about a year ngo she had paid $2.00 storago for n box, and the Com-- i pany wanted to know If sho would 'pay 2.)0 storage another year. SHK HAD DEPOS1TKD THAT UOX IX jTIIE HAXK AND FORGO ITKX IT' Now it was very fortunate that the bank was an honorable institution. There's another thing about pearls. . They're different from any other gem; jou know they aro an animal product. They aro not a chemical product llko the diamond. I was In a wealthy homo nnd upon the table was a very' elegant book called "Tho Hook of tho Pearl" and I read a little In It and it gave directions for tho care ot pearb. It seems that pearls will deteriorate unless they como In contact with tomo living creature; they become pale and lusterless. Pearls, to keep them bright and valuable, must bo worn. It Is said that one of the great queens of Europe who owns tho most splendid pearls bedoes not enjoy wearing them cause they do not become her. She has her maid wear them to keep them bright. You can't do that with religion! You cannot hnvo anybody else wear your pearls to keep them bright. Who of us have pearls and bo tarnished, t)i- - damaged? Xow frleuda theso nro figures, but they aro figured of momentous things that can affect us nil. They stand lor tho Imago of our soul, of our spirit ual welfare right here, today and tomorrow. And wo propose llko reasonable peoplo to think nbout thes great things and to give them th" attention which they deserve. 1 tele-phoj ' uu-wo- 1 There are false pearls. When I was In Homo tho first time, 1 bounht for my wife a string of "Roman" pearis. Tin y Iin'dths fchapo of pearls, luu-ttwn- ' llttlo bigger than real peails, th y had something of tho luster ot real pearls, but if you pinched them tluy would crumble. I don't think there nro inoro than two or three of them now loft out of twenty-fouDm don't wnnt you to have pearls that crumble, but pearls that last. r. 1 lhy werw a Ordinarily, they get tho most from prayer who aro most la prayer. nm-nwn- y And now wo get down to tho rul What did ho pay? I don't wnnt to disappoint nnybody; for tho pearl of grU price you havo to pay ull pi Ice. help Xow tho thing which will you to fix thesa great truths In your mind, and to look after thu lost and tarnished pearls, nnd the peails which aro ttlll going without an owner, will b tho words of many rather to than of one; and 1 am going 'ask each Christian here If he will stand up In his or her place to say a word about tho perl of great iioe. LaU fifty or a hundred people siak, and If you think of your frlunds around you, you can speak and spfnk profitably and spak loudly. Wo ask two that n. one speak mor thuu fe'titoncos. You can suy, "I bsllovu In this pent I. I have found religion to bo t'no peail of great price." Or somo will say, "1 havo. lost my iarl," or ".My pearl hns lost Its color." Or, anothsr may sny, "I havo a friend who Is in ucod of this iearl." Lit us liavd the word not ot ono preacher but ot many, ( Page Four. 0 o o o THE CITIZEN. c 9 January 16, 1913. 'oooooooooooooooooooooooooo The Railroads the Victors The light waged In the state for some months to Increase the assess-meof the railroads on the. claim that they were not paying their equit able share of the expenses of the government came to an unexpected close last week, whn, by a major- Ity vote, the railroad commission de- elded to accept the, 1911 valuation us a basis for taxation this jear plus Improvements made from July Is!, 101 1 to July 1st, 1912. The chairman of the commission dissented from tho majority and (II- I'd a statement giving his reason therefore, calling for an assessment of 1 1 11,000,000 on the four great toad, L, and N., 0. and O., Q, nnd C, nt Those TH0MAST0N Pocket and Jack Knives LOCAL PAGE NEWS o OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A o ooooooooooooa.ooooooooooooo Spartanburg, C, arc visiting DR. BEST, mother, DENTIST CITV IMIONK c c c have arrived. Look at them study the steel the best Imported and I, C, as against the M,(HH),0M Sheffield blade steel the workmanship only experienced knife assessment of tho majority of the builders can produce such serviceable Roods; read the Thomaston commission. In other words, If chair- guarantee, only best of Roods can Rive such n warrant, 30 years, of man Finn Is ctrrect, the state lose.i knife making is the reason. T. K. "The Knife." the taxes on thl: $61,000,000 or nbout Store, and your store, but take no substitute. 300,0'H), Office over Berea Bank & l3 Trust Mrs. Lucy Hnrwood ninl family of S. h'T Mrs. Llano Kimball. Mr. Steward Cromer, who was token to Ills horn n few weeks ago with imettnionln fever, returned 10 school yesterday. Co. I have a few valuable building lots (ad.) for sale, cheap. II. C. Wootf. Mr. j DAN H. BRECK INSURANCE Wilt sign jour bond. W. I). London In town, .Monday. A. Austin of Hrassfield Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock was The chairman's opinion Is In lln' of with tho recommendations the Hoard of Valuation and Assessment, nnd seems to bo Justified by his statement. On the other hand, the dissenting commissioners filed Liigthy statements explaining their fiction. Of course, there are differences of view as to which Is right. If the former, the lallroads are enjoying a privilege at th. exiienso of the Hor has man. If the latter, somebody blundered. THE MADISONIAN of Cincinnati, Ohio, is spending a few wwks in Mr. II. M. Unity of Kingston Hv. Chai. lie-re- u. FOR SALE Phone 505 .Richmond, Ky. Wllllamc ami family Knob have returned from visiting Wm. Jcnrg of Dreyfus. Eliza l.uusford Ic lu school at Ileren. Brook-shlr- o Itev. Silver Cicek, Jan. JMrs, James F. Harris and children filled his regular apKlntiiKiit of Irvlnn hove boon visiting her Creek, Saturday nnd at Silver Mek parents of Dreyfus. Jnmes Lunsford Curt Kelly Is very this week with lagrlppe. Miss Myrtl' received news from Villa drove. III., sick Kindred who ha loeii sick for the that his son, Kenneth, Is very with fever. We art" expecting n st week It able to be out again. to Mr. and "Mrs, Joe sient Sun- telephone In lino to be extended the nenr future. Hd Itoso day with hit father and mother, Mr. Dreyfus ami family who went to Florida n Lewis. C. L. Johnand Mrs. W. son siient s few day last week wl'h year ago Imve returned, Mithtfled to his father nud mother, Mr. and Mi. remain in Kentucky. EASTERN KENTUCKY Is sick.-Wa- lter ;Contimmt I torn Ut M(t) NII.VI'.U CHKKK of Kerhy 1 North Bound, Local 7:00 a. tn. 10:55 p. in. Knoxrllle 3:62 a. m. 7:40 a.m. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound, Local 8:15 p. m. C:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:31 p. m. 12:33 a. in. B12KEA 7:00 p. m. 5:60 a. n. Knoxvlllo BEHEA 1:07 p. m Express Train. No. 32 will stop at Berea to taUo on passengers for Dayton, O., Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Columbus, O., and points beyond. South Bound. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati 11:55 a. m. BEREA No. 33 will stop to take on pasWch-mond, j sengers for Atlanta and points ond. BEflKA ba- - ' North Bound 4M6 p. m. 1:37 p. tn. good farms of 1C3 and iW The Cltizon In In receipt vl mint-- , riulte a nice lot of hogs nenr Here. acres, well Improved. ber one of volume one of the, Mudl- Two of 100 and 10 ncrw respect- soulan, a new in wsimper ihiMIxIkm! at WeilnoMlay. who ively and on-- of 20 acres with Mr. Hd F'otherglll of London Richmond. also, two good store houses. has bwn aMlitlng in the jiostoffic The editor and publisher Is Mr. during the holidays left the first of Some other good lots nnd dwellings, Orant K. Lilly, who a few months to nil at Kingston, Ky. the week on a buslnes trip ago launched the Kstlll Tribune at A. I'. Settle, Jr., Staunton and Jackson, Ureathltt. He Irlne, and h continues to publish Klugston, Ky. that paper. will then return to London. A cottage prayer meeting was held The MadiKonlfiU is an eight imge I'rlday night at the home of Mr. FOR EXCHANGE (paper, the exact size of The Citizen, Kverett, of Kim St. upon a good platform, A flvo room house, lot OOxlSS with and comes out Mm. Calahan, who has been very Mr. Lilly stating that th nmbltlou all necessary outbuildings, all In good 111 with grippe, at the home of hor repair, located here In Tremont, Ta20-we- ll to bo owner and editor of a good letgrandson, Prulti Smith, is no country newspaiier has smoldered County, 111. Would exchange for ter at this writing. within him for twenty years, as a residence of equal valuo In good now he hoH to Miss Anna I . Smith, President's neighborhood In Berea. This is as joyous dream, and Secretary, received the Mil news of flno a section of farming land as can realize something of his dream. carried If the new enterprise Is the sudden death of her sister in Nor- be found In tho stato. What have ton, Sunday evening. They had plan- jou? For particulars address at once, out along the lines laid down by Its ned to meet at their home In Ohio James Shepperd, Box 33, Tremont, editor. It should have the friendship of all l;o),1 citizens, and will have the next month. Miss Smith left on th Illinois. (adv.) next train to Join the family. Two new-hous! I bought Cincinnati SPECIAL Mr. W. O. Moore SALE AT MRS, LAURA has recently purD-pot JONES' STORE soft f It hats, blue, black and brown, $2.50 reduced to $1.C0. 1 large handsome black silk beaver fi chased the Win. Nicely place on St. Mr. Moore and famll moved to it last Saturday. earn- Mr. W. M. Huff of Chicago to Berea, Tuesday, nnd entered school You can get all your supplies at Dept. one place. Phone 20 Welch's (ad.) Stores. returned on Mrs. Dr. Hoberts Wednesday of last week from Tltts-burI'a., where she has Ven visitfew ing with her daughter for a days. Start tho New Year right go to Welch's and "Save the Difference." (ad.) 'Mrs. S. E. Welch, spending a City, New .Mexico, who has few months. In START Right and Half the Journey Is Made W. A. Johnnon.-JJI- rs. i'nttle Oaks Livingston Is vWtlug h r from mother, Mr. HoowNy. who Im very spent sick. John Kelley and family Saturday and Sunday with his father, C. F. Kelley. Mr. and Mrs. JamfK Onblmril ixt very s'ek this week with lagrlpp. llliward Harrison of II with and Hoy (ludd spent Sundsy their uncle and aunt. Mr and 'Mrs. John V. Johnton. Mr. and Mrs. Powell ar rejoicing over th.'lr new liaby girl. Bill Kelley who hns been siek for some time Is able to Altl Solie out again. The ciety meets at Sliver Creek. Taenia)-eenng- , Jan. tlth, at half past one. All the members should be present. IIICKOIU I'l.M.N Hickory Plain Jan. 10. The Mlw visitUna and Ora (iabkird of ed the families of J. C. Armstrong Mr. week. and Joe (lilbert Hazel wood and family have moved to the proper!) vacated b) JamiM Oodsoy. Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Louisville H'iit n few days of last week with Mrs. Brown's grandmother. TVIr. Emily Baker. The two II le children of Mrs. Httn Kin nurd have Mies (lertrude Terrlll tho measles. CURIOUS ADS OF LONDON tu Ill-ra- Curiously worded ndvertlsnnsuiH that ate funny without Intent aro rointnoii in the lnulon Hern are. a few Minples: "A. lad) wants to her piano as she Is going abroad lu u strong Iron pn-r- fraiiw." "I'lirnlshoil uiwrtiueut Miltnhto a gentleman with folding doors." "Wanted, a room by two gentlemen fir fcbout 30 fevt long nnd 20 feet broad." "Umt, a collie dog by a limn on Saturday answering to Jim with a brniw collar roiiml his ii"ck and muzzle." "Hoy wanted who eon open oysturs with reference." "Bulldog for sal; will ent anything; very fond of children. ' "Wanted, an orgnnhit and a loy to blow the same." 'Wnnted, a boy to be imrtly rtly liehlnd the counter." and "UhU. near lllglmnte nrrhway, an umbrella belonging to a gntlmati vltli a bent rib and a lone handle." "To be dlsposetl of, u mall phaeton, tho property of a gentleman with a rwvebl honilplece as good as new." out-Hi- l.'ra lat $3.T0. 3 Ient over Saturday night of last black and brown $1.55." velvet turban at 5 C white felt huts fl.00 to 30 cts. stylish dress hats formerly $5.0') returned, day. now $2.50. 1 dozen soft felt school hats at 5'tc. 1 dozen M!sss and children's felt and velvet hats at 25c, $1.00 value. "Must clear up stock. Netsl room for work on sprint; ttock. Send order describing hat and giving price. Hat will be sent by mail been free cf cos-- t to you and satlsfartieu Silver guaranteed or hat can be returned. MonMrs. Laura Jonfs. 1913 IS KNOCKING AT YOUR DOOR Phone 29 for your wants and the door will be opened to you Miss Nina Ogg of nenr Ilichlnond MOORE-PA- RKS on her way to Iowa to teach stopped in Berea last Saturday to visit Mr. C. Kitt .Miss Lizzie Mcoro and Air. I Ogg and family. I'arks were quietly married at Rich'Miss Betfle Azblll of Richmond is mond last Saturday. visiting with her sister, Mrs. Laura Miss Moore It- - the young daughter Jones, this week. of Mr. Bos .Moore a well known cl'l-xeMr. Trank Maupin and family have of Madison County, who lives in moved into the house on Center St. Berea. Mr. I'arks is a young business recently occupied by 'Mr. John Hosklin man In Berea, son of Mr. C. F. I'arks Mr. Archie D. Bradshaw is visiting ' of Kingston. The young couple will in Berea this week. make their heme In Berea. Mrs. Joe Evans was quite III at the first of the week. OBITUARY Mrs. Waterbury and daughter who Mrs. Hannah Todd died, Tuesday, have been visiting In Berea for the Mra. at the home of her daughter, past few weeks returnd to their barcley, in the west end of town. home at Detroit, Mich., the latte: The cause cf the death was old age. part of last week. She was eighty years old. Mr. S. T. Mitchell, whose head' Funeral cervices were conducted Quarters are now at Winchester, Kj by the Rev. J. W. Parsons and her was with his many friends In llerpa remains wei e burled at the Old Red Saturday and Sunday. Lick cemetery at 12 o'clock, Wednes- Mr. Ralph Young returned, Wedii's-- . day. The earlier years of Mrs. Todd day morning, from a business trip were intent In the Red Lick coin-t- o Ashevllle, N. C. munity. but she has been a well llk- 1 louses will hum. lusuro lu an old 'd resident of Berea for many years, reliable Company. H. C. Woclf. (ad.) MEETING OF PRISCILLAS Mr. Jim Collier, traveling fcales- man of Knoxvllle, Tenn., was in town,' Frank Coylo entertained the 'Mond-- y ladles of the Prlscllla Club, Thurs- Mr. Pete Cregor of Chicago, form- - (ay Jan 9 orly of Berea. spent a few days la- -t Tho Bubj;ct ,or btU(). wag KnB. week with his mother who now re- lanJ.s uke ,,oet8i Mllch ntcregt was . .u miuii-iu.....i. k.iw, ui- - iarau,,1 i... ,l,B Mini nurttntlnnn so visited with Mr. I. Ogg and fnir- aellKlit-fu- l from t,10se ,,octSi aml ,y ily. esssay containing biogranhlcal Mr. and Mm. W. II. Bower were it bketches and anecdotes showing the I'arksville laet Sunday. Characteristics of this most delight- Mr. John K. Pennington who has ful group of authors, by Mrs. II. K. been agisting In the postoffloe dur. Taylor. lng Mr. Welch's Illness, returned :o Tho noxt meeting will bo with 'Mrs. London, Friday of last week. Dick, with quotations from Cray's Elegy. n week with Mrs. J. T. CornellMin. '.Miss Grace Itoberts, who vtklteil her sister lu Hockwood, Montana, and Mr. Austin, nlso of Hockwood, wer married the latter part of lVc Mliw I Initio Walker left. "Monday, for Ite. bourille, to teach lu a Cooking School. .Miss Flora Clark returned to Richmond, Thursday, after a two weeks Mslt with the family or Jim E. Cortielbvj'i. Mrs. Klah MeKerltun. daughter-in-laand children, spiiit Wednesday with 'Mrs. Dan MbupIii .Mifcs Flora Clark nnd Mrs. I'al visited the latter'a !tMr. 5lr.i. . Dillard at Whiten Station. "Mr. Turner Murphy in crowing Silver creek, Monday, at Potts' Mill was washed off, his mules u lunula out with tho front part of the wagon while Mr. T.Iurphy and the otlrr part of the wagon wero carried dewn the creek. He Jumped as far towards the shore as ossb1e and with difficulty swam out. Com-ellson And.-rson- BEREA MARKETS " Dreyfus, NOTE FROM Jan. C Mrs. llettiit Jon-- s Butter, IOc per pound. L'kks, 2ic per dzen. VFXJETABLKS Irish piaux-s- . S)c per 1m Sweet potatoes Jl per bu. pound. f nbbage, ltc POULTltY: Chickens, fryws, 7e por jiouud. Hens, Tc m,- - pound, lloost'rn, 5c. FHUITS: Apples $1.00 er bu. INars J1.00 iwr bu. 1LOUH. MKAL, Bra Best grudo (Uiur.J8.WJ ter ewt. bu. Mel, "0c Wheat bran. $1.50 hundred. Wheat, fl Imt bushel. Corn GOc per bushel. Oats, Kc wr bushel. Hny, SOe hundml. Cc fwr lb. Cattle. 3 Calves, 6 to Cc per iound. Hogs, 0 to C jwr ound. Sheep. 2 4 to 3. 3 2 per lb. Lambs, 4 to Cc por pound. Hides, dry 15c per lb., green. 10c. pr pr ir Ic MRS, PUTMAN 'friendship of The Citizen. We welcome the .Madlsonian I with mi t, Toronto, high Ideals. dear friends at Berea: It seems somewhat late to acknow. ledge your beautiful Christmas gins A boy is like a bicycle to me. 'My goods were delayed in lie cannot stand alone. and 1 did not receive them until Jan. 9th. Under the circumstances, He runs the easiest down hill. If you don't use the It seems wise to thank you, one and brake, he may break your all. thru The Citizen. 1 When 1 learned of your gift. heart. The faster lie runs, the more closely you must took great pleasure in picturing He should stick to him. each article. Bui realization far exnever be run by more than ceeded anticipation. I never saw tuth a beautiful coverlid. Tho pattern Is two cranks. Exchange choice and the weaving is the work of an artist. This Is equally, true of the pillow cover nnd towel. 1 am very proud of them nil. FARM FOR SALE But, dear friends, more precious m SO acres of land on Richmond and me than these gifts is the thought 2 miles from Iior?a, that prompted them. You have ever Kingston pike, 8 room dwelling, good well, been kind to me, charitably hiding for sale. my faults, magnifying my virtues and orchard and all necessary out houses. Inspiring me to noble endeavor. .My Write, Ellhu Blcknell. Berea, Ky., R. F. D No. 1. sincere desire li to be worthy of jou, my friends. Hit Viewpoint. Don't run Sincerely, "Be careful, chauffeur. over any babies." "I won't, sir. Thein Mrs, K. I Putnam urging bottles plays hob with tiros." My -e . ?5 B. Dow ling Ave., Canada, Jan. 13. 11)1.1. the assurance that there Is plenty of room still toi the newspaper if TELEPHONE NO. 40 CALLS W. O. MOORE, at the Niclcy Stand For all kinds of FEED and BREAD STUFFS, Potts Flour and Meal in any quantity, Corn, Oats, Hay, Straw, Ship Stuff and Chicken Feed. We arc able to furnish feed in car load lots. FOR CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings SEE VISITS .Mr. OLD HOME BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE Gasoline and The Racket Store Buell Martin, formerly of Jnck-so- n County but now of Tuscola, 111 , accompanied by his little daughter, has been visiting, his former home, since Jun. 2nd. Mr. Martin lives with his mother ut Tuscola, his wife having died some time since. They morcd to Illinois ten years ago. A sister, Mrs. Alice Abrams, Uvea jU Goochland, and a brother at" Double Lick. Mr. Martin vlblted Tho Citizen office, Saturday, and was shown tho linotype and presses. Ho 1h a constant reader of The Citizen and subscribed for both his brother nnd sister. Ills little daughter was with him and they were on their way to tho train which they were taking for their home In Illinois. A COMPLETE LINE Hardware, Painti, Mowing Machines, Farming Implements, Oil Stoves, and Groceries pr.cc-R.Kht j. D. CLARKSTON MAIN STREET, near Bank G'veUs aCa" Watch the Big Crowds OOINQ TO HAYES '"Qfe CS, GOTT KENTUCKY Quality Store" U. B. ROBER T'S STORE to buy their meats and groceries BEREA, t January 16, 1913. INTEREST IN THE CITIZEN SOAP BUBBLES Thote Made of Soap Water to Which Qlyeerlne Hat Been Added Are Quite Attractive. Pace livc Sensational Turn in Assassination Case WATCH INTERESTING LORE OF Tew mm Their Handi Slmkln orlR-ln.ll- HAND Men Can Tell the Truth While Remain Open-So- me Slgne end Symbole. When a mnn lit net telling thn truth hi In ntt to clench Ills IihihIb, nn few men ran llu with their lmndu open. A man who holds his thumb tlshtly Ithln lilt linml linn weak will power. ulllt-i-l perrons hold their Strong; thumlw outside when shutting their hnwl. han. I In greeting wns Hti evidence that uarh pcrnou uimrmvil. Amonx savngi tribes when n mnn of peace, holds u liJIld tt In n nn evidence thnt hit U unarmed or not Intend to uso wonioii. An . ,tlnw nn)n, "HolJ up your hiinilit!" icnuliiK thereby to make lila victim ; nttnrk. wtrless to thu blinds of n ien n mnn tils mihmlntlou in he nsprvsap lil 4 Is nlio the Idea whrn kltslng thu 1111U of kings. Ily this net their li acknowledged. When nn onth la taken It li done by iitUliiK the right hund, or laying It upon n lillile. of bltdiops, In the connecrnllon prltnts nnd dencotin, nnd nlfo In thtt tnylng on of hands In thn epure of the sacramental rite A bishop gives his blessing with the thumb nnd Drat nnd second lingers. In this the thumb represents (lod thn father, the first finger stand for (iod the Holy Ghost, the thren together tmbollzlng the Holy Trinity The wedding ring la plnrcd upon thn third linger of the woman's 1m ml to quw that, after tho Trinity, mnn's love, honor and duty ! given to his fe HefldeH tho deaf and dumb thero ere ninny people, notably of nnd Ruin I tic race, who talk with their ttsmls .1 Tin; Jury In tho enso of Doc Smith nnd Andrew Johnson, hclng tried it Winchester for tho nssnsslnntlon of Ilnvo you ever alopped to think Kd C.illnhnn In llrcnthltt County what a renlly Ititcrr-ntlria sonp thfnR hulihlo Is? Honp hubbies nro not only Inst spring, reported thnt It was to ngree, Saturday, nnd was disInteresting to boya nml girls, but they hnvo long been n aotirrn of wonder charged by Judge Hcnlou. nnd Interest lo men of science. In This Ih tho second trial In the casfnct, scientist hnvo employed soap es of tho nlleged conspirators, th-biibblea In trying to perforin certnln Jury In the enso of I). F. Denton nl-eiperlmenta, having failed to agree, and havA soap bubble la nothing inoro than ing been discharged, thu Tuesday film of water molecules (tiny particles thnt ennnot be Been with tho preceding, linked eye), held Judgo Ilenton remanded toguthcr by the thn de"ticking power of dissolved spnp, As fendants to Jail without bond nnd demost nil of us knowIn making bub- ll n red thnt ha would try no more of bles thd howl of n common clay pipe the rnst-nt present, but would hn(i Is dipped Into soapy wnter. Tho hulithe charghlo mnker blows nlr Into the pipe tho grand Jury nnd the hiibblu lit olico expand. es nnd countcrchargis of perjury. Whllo hubbies made of plain so.1p wnter are Inlereitlng, thofo made of , 's D ITiCCllllud 111 1 I U nn-hb- lo Invi-htlgal- rrlt kles ' Making Soap Bubbles. soap water to which tome gljcerlne has been ndded nro even more at trnctlve, becnuse they have such prct- ty colors. Thero nro mnny w.i)s of tusking hubbies. For Instance, smoke may ho blown through the pipe into (he bub. hies or one bubblu may bo blown Very largo bubInside of ntiother bles can bo made by using tho hnnda Instead of n pipe. Cover the Tlands well with mills and then hold them so ns to form n cup, 41s If drinking with the hnnda from n spring, but leaving n small hole In tho bottom. With the mouth nbout n foot from tho hands, blow a current of nlr Into them. Some of the hubbies will be more thnn n foot In diameter. Try this experiment the next time you wouli your hands PUZZLES. How can I get the wine out of a hot-t- l If I hnvo no corkscrew and must FISHING POINTERS FOR BOYS a Preper Method of Fattening Line to Heok li Shown Some Quite Uie-fu- l Suggeitlont. The dm to linn lug shows the proper way This method holds the hook nt right angles with the line. Htti thus keeps It from getting tangled Thn best plneo for sunllsh la In a (.hallow, quiet place by thn fcltf of a largo stream. After you etileh tin1 first one, bo very nulet and try to keep your lino constantly In the water, for they travel In schools and are eaully scared They will not linger about thn same placn long something to ent Is In sight. If n honk un-le- not break the glass, or make nny hole In It or In the cork? Amwer I'ush tho cork Into tho bot- tle pernon tolls another that he can put something Into his right baud, which the other cannot put Into his left Answer The Inst percon's left el A bow. Line Tied to Hook. you nre pulling them up rapidly Just halt the top barb of your hook. Itullheads abound In weedy plncea and bite best after a rain, when "n west wind Is blowing draw a circle round a How must person placed tu the center of a room to that he will not bo nble to Jump out of It though his iK should be freoT Answer draw It round his body. 1 Utile Hess do? Quite a Difference. What does your father What Made Daby Cry. "Why. Nettle." said a mother to her small daughter, who had been left In chnrgo of tho little brother, "what Is baby crying for?" "I don't know," answered Nettle, "unless It's cause ho can't think ot nnythlng elso to do." Awful Solemn Smell. It was a church weddlug and the decorated church was handsomely with flowers, the nlr being laden with exclaimed their fragrance. Little "Oh. mnmma. In nn nudlblo whisper: doesn't It smell awfully solemn In ' geon. I.lltle Nell He's a horse doctor I.tttle Hen Oh, dear. I guess I'd better not piny, with you then. I'm afraid you don't belong to our set. Little Nell-W- hy. what doee your father do? Llttlo Best He's a vet'nary sur- hero?" UN THE CAMP OF THE "CAMP FIRE GIRLS." On the Estate of Mrs. Thompson Seton, Greenwich, Conn. primitive way of making one's toilet. A mirror hung on a cross-piecand there you have milady's dressing room, with the dome ot the blue sky over head. A e Ho called nttcntlon to tho fuct thnt tho state In these two trials had been subjected to an cxponso of six thousand dollars with no returns, nnd We ore going to sell out. 2000 pairs of shoes below salt! thnt It wns not likely thnt n cost. 250 suits one half price. Groceries at verdict could ho renched If there is such a thing rJ nn organized body a bargain, in fact everything in stock. In existence in Jackson whese purpose Is to establish nllhls for perON sons who are charged with crime. If such a body docs exist, an had R.. and CHESTER. ENGLE frequently heen suggested, he claimed that It was of much more Importance to tho jicoplo of Urenthltt FLOODS GREAT DAMAGJJROM County thnt It bo broken up than that any defendant be convicted. Almost every section of Kentucky For the purpose of aiding In a rciiOrts dnmago from tho floods fol- thorough Investigation, he remand U lowing the three days rain nt tho (Jovnn Smith and Fletcher Denton to toao of tho week, livery city nnd LOW FARES TO GREAT CONVENJnll also. 'ttwn nlonc tho Ohio was a sufteror TION OF BAPTIST LAYMEN as well ns those nlong the Cumber IN CHATTANOOGA. '"B nware A their diseased condition, land nnd Kentucky. consider th'lr weakened and tlevl- - Other towns not on great water talf siatf ns normal. Ileinuse they courses suffered also, their low lylm? Railroad Facilities Are Unusually had nevor felt the full fl nv of spirit- - districts being flooded. The greatest i Good Nine Lines Radiate In Every Direction Two Elegant Passenger tial life they full to realize that a dnmngu reported Ih from Frankfort Large Audiences, Searching Ser- - greater Stations. vitality and Incieosed splrlt- - and Louisville, many people helnt; . mons, Many Decisions. driven from their homes, nml muny tin I energy are the normal condition Tho nnnual nviil8TVlcesthlsyear n chrlstlnn. A most remarkable mills und factories being under water As a railroad center of wlilo promt- present the very unusual f nturo of consecration meeting of ministers, Tho loss, although tho water has nence, Chattanooga, Tenn., holds an having I'r Frost ns th" regular church officers and church members not subsided sufficiently to reveal undisputed position of high rank. Ila-- I preacher, a service which he has followed, in whfch hevernl hundred the full extent of the destruction, 's dialing from this city are nlno lines, running In every direction and ovor desired in undertake for s'vetnl people took part. largo. ' Traffic has been tied up also on them pass same of the fastest and best-- i Tuesday morning nt Chapel tho equipped trains la tho wholo country. President preached on the text, "Fol- all the railroad lines by wash-out- s The Dlxlo Flyer, running from Chi-- , low XI.' and I Will Make You to I!e- - and slides. Tho cold wave follow- - cago, 111., to Jacksonville, Fla., dally, 'come Fishers of Men." Mankind, the Ing the rains was prayed for, as a Is one of the most modern ami .speaker said. Is divided Into three meaii3 of checking the ftood, and the through trains that can bo found also anywhere and Is widely known to the classes, into one of these classes they bright days succeeding havo In- vitality fall. The first class .h proved a great blessing to the suf- - travctlng public throughout the con-- t tral and eastern portion of the United the nlmlejs class. The second class ferers. Besides this, there runs States. Is composed of those who have a pur- through Chattanooga, over tho South- J QIIR QUN pus- - In life, but this purposo Is self- STATE cm Railway, tho Memphis special and IMi. The third class aro those who Continued from Hirl Page other fast trains, while Chattanooga is -' aim nt the highest. Of this class I'uul puuuc i...n.ti i .....it- UUllUlIlg III IIUUllll to cost also entered by the Central of Georwas a typ Theru Is no satisfaction $75,000. gia; tho Queen and Crescent route, In a life that is aimless, Such char embracing the Cincinnati, New OrAt almost tho same time, Mr. They acters rarely go Into history. while ene.iued In animated de- - leans and Texas Pacific and the Alado nothing. They ure accidents. Those lato 0, gom(J 1)ensIo measures wns bama Great Southern, the Tennessee, or the secomi class, wnose lives are strIcken wlUl a faliUine spell, nnd Alabama and Georgia. Thero aro In Chattanooga two eleselfish, even though they succeed In would have fallen to the floor, lm.l gant passenger stations. Tho Termiamassing great wealth, are not satis- he not been caught by members n.ar nal Station, a new $1,000,000 structure iled. the man who acquires one i d 'at hand. He was Immediately taken Is located on Market street, in one ot wants another. The man who Is to his room, where his condition wns the leading business sections of the senator Is not ccntent to retire but teportcd not serious. city, while the Union Station Is lo-- I .vlshes continuance of political power. cated on West N'lnth street, within BILL, SIIICPPAUD-KKNYOof where all the street cars Vet It does not satisfy. The tntlHfact-ir- y j Shcppard-Kenjoone one block Bill Is Tho of the city pass at close intervals. life Is the life of thote who of the most Important that comes Doth stations are on car lines that con- of themselves to the welfare up for consideration in Longres,s tins i ncct wlth others for all parts of the humanity. session, and the Senate has agr.ed cty on good schedules. night was, The subject Tuesday President Frott Chattanooga Is favorably known to to vote upon it Jan. 20th, Headers cf In Tho Sinner's Friend," yun hut hitherto has been hlnder'd. "Christ,decision was urged upon the Tho Citizen will recall our discussion all tourists, it is regaracu as one or which of tt last tea: "and the fact that it tho most convenient railroad points in The fcervlcos opened with a sermon, hearers, shipment of the south, because of both its through prohibits the Inter-sfat- e Sunday night, on "The I'earl of (lioat by services at '1: 15 Tlie mid-da- y and local service. Persons living withbe the gr. i'rle."' which is print d Isewhere. Itev. C. S. Knight have Iwen mokt liquor. If passed. It will in a radius of ISO miles of Chattanoobtroko In favor of prohibition ever ga can spend the day thero and return On Mondty night the waB helpful and have heen well attended. made. on "Th Weakness of the Average Today to their homes by bedtime. bo observed as tin will s Ample Information nbout the Christian Life." Many Christians are AN INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION k Sabbath. I'rof. Hubbard is for the laymen's convention can like the unfortunate eople Inflicted to preach Senator Brlstow has introduced In the Chapel at i: 10, Mr. 'n an be had either from local railroad with tho hook worm, who, not b"- - Knight nt 2:13, the President at 7:0d. thu Senate, a bill providing for Industrial commission of seven mem- - agents or from Dr. J. T. Henderson, at K. George at hers to exercise the same control Bristol, or the Rev. E. Chattanooga. over corporations doing Interstate business as the Interstate commerce commission does over the railroads, Congressman Sherley of the Louis-IIl- e t miry should force the announcement ana lnlerstate commerce. district is reiorted from Wash- of Sherley Is not easily apparent. NEW SENATOR FROM ARKANSAS ington to havo bhaken his head signifThis much, however, seems to be Tho Governor of Arkansas has up- race will lie n candiicantly when the prospective clear: The senatorial pointed Editor J. N. Helskell of the d affair, and as usual dacy or Gov. McCreary for the Senate wiij mentioned to him, and de- the interests of the state will likelate jeff Davis as. senator. Mr. nets- - Department of Berea College clared thnt If McCreary announces, ly be forgotten by bonie present pub-li- e hell's term will explro "March 4th. officials, state and national, in he himself will announce within He was a newspaper man In Louis- - (The Citizen is a specimen of twenty-fou- r the sciambU for an office a llttl" hours. vlllo a good many years ago, coming Qur work.) ' Just why the announcement of Mc- - higher up. to Louisville from Memphis. HAND-BILLLETTER- PRINTS UNITED STATES NEWS HEADS, CARDS. REPORTS. SER rage Coutuiurilftcoi MONS AND BOOKS IN THE BEST withstanding the fact that the l'rcsl- LOWEST AT AND , dent declare MANNER, elect Is that the cabinet of the new ndmluls- - i PRICES. tratlon is practically made up, WI1 Your patronage is asked to help Hani Jennings Hrynn helng slated for students, and to insure tho of Stale, William j Portfolio your getting your money's worth. M'Adoo, Secretary of War, A Mitchell Palmer, Attorney General, Lewis CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND Hrandels, Secretary of Commerce, Joseph Daniels, Postmaster (iPinr.il ORDERS DY MAIL. YOU WILL GET By Dr. HENRY MEAD, Fellow of the Royal Colletfc of Physicians and Albert S. Uurleson, Secretary of SATISFACTION. TERMS CASH. ADanil Surgeons In London Agriculture DRESS LinitARY FOR KENTUCKY COLLEGE NEVER WAS A TIME IN THE HISTORY OF MAN Andrew Carnegie has donated THERE WA8 SO WIDE AN INTELLIGENCE, 80 GREAT to Central University, Danville, VIVID AN INTEREST IN THE THINGS OF THE MIND BEREA, KY. The lor the erection of a library. A3 THERE IS TODAY. gift was piomlsed a Rood while ago, Thero lias never been so broml a distribution of intelligence, and and Is to bo made at once, the colam euro that nevor eineo tho Eecond century in lionio has thero boon lege having raised nn equal aiiimiii, SO BROAD A DISTRIBUTION OF liATMMXKSS. Indeed, of which is to bo nt ed lor the maintenance of tho library. all tho times in all tho history of mankind I think that tho present ago TUlIKHCULOSlS COMMISSION bears tho closest rosemblanco of those days of tho Itomnn empire. HANDICAPPED t Tho last legitlature passed an act Thoy wero not yot tho days of dissolution, hut they wcro days of creating a Tuborculobls Commission, Nurse Training School of decadence. And so is this. 'und impropriating money for the proa--I And I do not seo why that should bo nnything to wonder at or Berea College edition of a fight upon tho White nguinst. Tho DKOAY OF OXK CIVILIZATION IS NOT Plnguc lu the state. 'Hie Commission HAS BEST OPERATINO ROOM SUCH A TKRRIRLK THING. Even if it is followod by a period Is organized, and has appointed a secretary, as reported by The Cltlz-'i- i AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES of chaos it is tho way of lifo and development that ono civilization last week, but Is greatly handlcup-'pe- d should decay and go to pieces. now from the fact that, owing FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMBER Certainly, however, this is NOT A STRKXUOUS AGE. This to the condition of the stute treas- OF PATIENT8. nOSPITAL TREAT ury, no funds aio nwillnhle, the act MENT GREATLY INCREASES PRO is a eoft age. It is an age in which thero is a great deal of overwork, a ; providing that this money bhould l" great deal of fntiguo and neurasthenia. Hut it is SOFT for all that. supplied from luiids In the treasury PECTS OF RECOVERY. not otherwise appropriated. H H K Rates One Dollar a day and up, 'Out of Sight, Out of Mind." LOOK AT THE PEOPLE ALL ABOUT U8. DO THEY LOOK A8 Dond for prompt payment required "To discontinue advertising." eays IF THEY LIVED IN A HARD AGE OR A HARD NATION? YOUR r General John For further particulars address HERE IN AMERICA AND OUR WOMEN IN ENGLAND, YOUR (one of thu lurgest advertisers LOVELY YOUNQ GIRLS TROOPING OFF TO 8CHOOL THERE 13 In tho world und, naturally enough, one of tho most successful business NOTHING 8TRENUOU8 ABOUT THEM. OVERRU8HED THEY MAY men), "Is like taking down your sign. BE MANY OF THEM ARE. BUT THEIR LIFE I8N'T WHAT YOU BEREA, KY. If you want to do business, you must COULD CALL HARD, IT CAN'T COMPARE TO THE LIFE OF WOMEN let the people know It. I would as ( IN AQE8 PAST. IT IS E88ENTIALLY A 80FT LIFE. soon think ot doing business without clerks as without advertising." EIMGLE'S BIG SALE at THE SALE IS NOW J. RAILROAD RATES Gospel I gress. ' ) ' tw 9m 11 ) all-ma- ' n J at-o- low-rate- mid-wee- ' Sherley Threatens I Berea Printing School thre-cornere- ( We Arc Living In the Best Age Since the World I Began I CHERE $:it),-tiO- O Berea Printing School I THE Berea Hospital m j WO-ME- Waua-make- THE BEREA HOSPITAL Pa Re Six. THE CITIZEN. "Oh; It loolis nil right for you, but what about her?" "Nothing so far ns I am concerned, nor plnns were all made to stnrt to Europe today, I suspect she Is on tho Elnora Is very Tray by this time. sensible, Mrs. Couistmk. Hadn't you better let her decide this?" "Tho final decision rests with her, of coure." admitted Mrs. Comstock. "Uut look you one thing! She's all I have Bo far ns I know you'vo always been a man nnd you may stay. Hut If yoi bring tears and heartache to her don't have the assurance to think I'll near li tamely. I'll get right up nnd tight llko a catamount If things go wrong for El- January 16, 1913. waiting Just six weeks for that motor. You may bring them to mo nt (lie arbor." The Heroine of the Forest , Sho could seo (tint Miss Cnrr was splendidly beautiful, while sho moved with tho bnutcnr und grnco supposed to bo tho prerogatives of royalty. And sho bad Instantly taken possession of Philip Amnion. Hut Amnion nlso hnd a brnln which was working with rapidity. Ho knew Elnora wns wntclilng so tic swung around to tho others. "Give tier up. Torn!" ho cried, "I didn't know I wanted to seo I ho little nuisance so badly, but I do. How nro father nnd mother? Polly, bo good to Elnora," lie whispered. "Urn httb."nssented I'olly. And nloud, nora I" "I never saw such n Itenuty. Thomas "1 have no doubt but you will," replied Ammon. "nnd I don't blame you Asriulth Levering, you como straight hero and take my li.mdl" In the least If you do, I hare the tit-Edith's movo to compel Ammon to most devotlou to offer Elnora. a good home, fair social position, nnd tny fam- approach Etnorn bcolde tier had born ily will love her dearly Think It over, easy to see; nlso Its failure. Henderson stepped Into Amnion's place ns tic I know It Is sudden, but my father ad turned to his sister. Instead of Inking vised It." They prepared and nte supper. Aft- Polly's hand Levering rnn to open tho erward they sat In the arbor and talk- gate. Edith passed through first, but Polly darted In front of her on the ed, or Elnoru played until time for run. with Phil holding her arm. and to go. "Will you walk to tho gate with mo?" swept up to Klnorn. Polly looked for the ring nnd saw It. That settled mathe naked Elnora ns he arose. ters with her. "Not tonight," she answered lightly "You lovely, lovely, darling girl!" "Come early In the morning if you like, nnd we will go over to Sleepy she cried, throning her nrtns n round Elnora and kissing her 'Villi her lips Snake creek nnd hunt moths nud gnth near Eluorn'H ear. I'olly whispered er dandelions for dinner." "Sister-dea- r, dear sister!" Amnion leaned toward her. "May I Elnora diew back, staring nt Polly tell you tomorrow why I came?" he In confuses! itrunzcui'Mit. She wns n asked. think not." replied Elnora. "The beautiful girl, dressed lii'soine wonder"I Her eyes were sparkling fact Is I don't care why you cnuu. It ful way Is ciiougJi for me that we nreyour very nnd dancing, and us she turned tn good friends and (hut 111 trouble you make way for the others slu kept one I fancy we of Eluora's hands lu hers Edith bowhave found us a refuge. and touch hud better live n week or two before ed low, muttered ed Elnoru's fingers In that Instant you say uti.vthlng There is a possibility what you have to say may cliaugc only pity was in Elnoru's breast for the Hashing tlnrk beauty. lu that length or time." "Come Into tse shade." she rirged "It will not change one lotnl" cried "You mtift have found It warm on Amnion Won't you lay "Then It will lime the graeo of that theo country roads. much age to give It onu small touch aside your dust coiits nud have n cool "Come early drink? Philip, would you ask mother of flavor." slid the girl to come and bring that pitcher In tho lu the morning " 1 Am-mosom-tilin- ull "I want a minute with you," said M i Carr. pafeemi'tn to you. ilnn I respected When he left me I did not hope or pect to see ti t ut agulu.'' KInuni s vo fell soft nud low "And. behold, you sent hlin-ni- id free:" "You exult In tliatr cried Edith Carr "Let hip tell you he Is not free: It lie married jou before a month yuu would read heart hunger for me lu his eyes He could not love mo us he has done and give inu up for a llttlo seenu llko that!' "You killed lits love cverlnstlngly when you disgraced hlm lu public,'' said Eluora. "Killed It so completely he does nut oven feel resentment to ward you." Edith Carr stood truly regal and filled with scorn. "Sou are misu ken: Nothing on earth could kill that!" she cried, .toil Elnoru saw thst the girl really believed wltot she said. "You ure very sure of joursolf!" said Elnora. "I have reason to be sure." nuswered Edith Cnrr "AVe hate lived und loved too long I havo had years witn turn to mutch against your days. He is mine! Ills work, his ambitions, his friends, his place in boclety are with me You iniiy have n Miinnicr rhnrin for a sick uiiiu in the country. It lm tried placing jou in hoclety you would put him to stinme in n week ' "I haidl) think I should follow your example hi fur." said Elnuru dryly. "I have a feeling for Philip that would prevent my hurting hlm purHseiy either lu public ur private. As for managing a serial enreer for blm ho never mentioned that he desired such n thing. What he asked of mu wus that I should ! his wife I under-toothat to mean thnt ho desired um to keep hlm a clean house, serve film digestible food, mother bis children and give lit m loving sympathy und Tell me now." 1 got to the. bouse Hanks If you aro free? She mlgfft said Mr. Amnion nnd Phil were out In care to Fee you. You can soon tell." the motor, so I waited. Mr. Ammou Edith, are you A longtime Philip Ammon satin deep came back soon. alone?" thought. At last he raised bis head. "Well, why not?" lie said. "Years "Yes. Go on " am "Call your maid. I can't tell you uncould make me no surer than Please ask til some one Is with you." now, and life' Is short. "Tell me Instantly!" Banks to Ret me some coffee and toast, can "Edith, he said he had been to the and 1 will bathe and dress so station. He s.ild Phil had started to take the early train." "Go to your bath. 1 will attend to Slam or Patagonia, he didn't know your packing and everything. Aud which, and left no address. He said" Distinctly Henderson heard ber fall. Phil, If I were you 1 would leave no He set the buzzer ringing and In n few addresses." "Not an address!" said Amnion seconds beard voices, so he knew she had been found. Then be crept Into a "Not even for Polly." When the train pulled out the elder private, den and shook with a bard, Ammon went homo to find Hart Hen- nervous chill. The next day Edith Carr started on derson waiting. her trip to Europe. H"uderson felt "Where Is Phil 7" ho demanded. "Ho did not feel like facing hi certnln she hoped to meet Philip there. friends at present, and I am just back He was sure she would be disappoint from driving him to the station. He ed. though he had no Idea where Amsaid be might go to Slam or Patagonia. mon could have gouu. Uut after much thought he decided he would see Edith He would leave no address." "He's soonest by remaining at home, so be Henderson almost staggered. not gone and left no address? You spent the summer lu Chicago. don't mean It: He'll never forgive "Elnora," said Mrs. Comstock, ber I" "Never Is a long time. Hart," said "there's some one coming down thii Mr. Ammon. "And It seems even long- road " "Coming here, do you thluk?" er to tboso of us who arc well ac"Yes; coming here. suspect." quainted with PUU. Last night was Elnora glanced quickly at ber mothnot the last straw. It was the whole traw stack.'' It crushed Phil so far as er und then turned to the road ns Ip Ammon reached the gqte. she Is concerned." "Careful, mother," the girl Instantly Twice Hendcron opened bis Hps to peak of Kdltli Carr's despair. Twice warned. "If you change your treathe looked Into the stern. Inflexible face ment of blm a hair's breadth bo wilt of Mr. Ammon and could not betray suspect. Come with me to meet him." She dropped her work and sprang up. ber. He held out the ring. "Well, of nil the delightful sur"I have no Instructions ns to that," aid the elder Amnion, drawing back. prises!" she cried. She wns n trifle thinner than during Tossibly Miss Cnrr would have It as the previous summer Ou ber face a keepsake." there was a more mature, patleut look. "1 am sure not." bald Henderson He caught both hands where she ofcurtly. "TJimi Riippfcsp jou return It to Pea- fered hut one. "Eluora," he cried, "If you were encock. I will 'phone him. He will give gaged to me and we wero at a ball you the price of It. nnd you might odd among hundreds where I offended you very much nnd didn't even know I had It to the children's fresh air fund." dune anything nnd If I asked you be"As you choose." said Henderson. "Good morning!' fore nil of them to allow tue to explain, Then he went to his home, but ho to forgive me. to wait, would your fnco grow distorted und unfamlllnr could not think of sleep. lie ordered breakfast, but he could not eat. Ho with nnger? Would you drop my ring paced the library for a time, but It was on the tloor and liixult ui repeatedly'' too small, doing out on the streets Uli. Elnoru. would jou?" to leap, Eluora's big ejus bo walked until exhausted, then ho called a hunsom und was driven to hU while her face grew very white. She club. As lie bciuntered Into the room wrenched away bur hnnds "Hush, Phil, hush!" sliu protected. an atteudHiit hurried to him. "You aru wuutcd most urgently at "That fever has you ngnln! You aru tbo 'phone. .Mr. Henderson," he said. "You have had threo calls from Main iroudfully 111. Yuu don't know what ton uru saying." 6770." "I am sleepless und exhausted; I'm Henderson bblvered as ho picked beurtslck, but I a in well as I ever was down the receiver und gavo the call. "Is that yott, Hurt?" catuo Edith's Answer me, Elnoru, would you?" . "Answer nothing!" cried Mrs. rolce. "Hung your coat there on your "Yes." nail, Phil, and come split some kin"Did you find Phil?" "No; ho bos bceu home and gone dling. Elnora, clean iiwuy that stuff and vet the table, C'uu't you see the again." boy. lssturved and tired He's como Jl'.Conel" "No. I.iin-berlo- ""VTITy" not 7 No one can comfort n hurt heart like a tender woman: and. EIiiihaviPiiiiicr toured to .uunk thnryou 1hajTiave"n Uut in ttio i The cry tore Henderson's heart "Shall I come nnd tell you. Edith?" "When 1 home to re t and get a decent meal Come on. Phil " nvay. and Mrs. Comstock in n old place Ammon hung hi and followed out .f sight nnd hearing she turned mi linn "Do you en joursclf n man or a hound?" she ti lled "Mrs. Count. nk. I came here to ask Elnora to marry tno." I 1 "0 - I 1 Lv'v!rrt 'Mrs. Comstock, cams here to ask nora to marry me." I El- I Cum-itock- "The more fool you, thenl" cried This time yesterday Mrs. Comstock. you wero engaged to another woman, no doubt. Now. for some llttlo tlnreup you come racing here to use Elnora as a tool to spite the other girl. A week of sane living nnd jou will bo sorry and ready to go. lurk to Chicago or, If you really are mail enough to bo sure of yourclf. she will come to claim you. When you patch up jour nffulrs .and go sailing nwuy together, whero does my girl come In?" "1 nm a Inwyer. Mrs. Comstock," said Amnion. "It appeals to me an beneuth your ordinary tense of Justice to deeldo a case wlt'iout hearing the evidence. It Is due in- that you hear me lirst." "Hear your side?" Unshed Mrs. Coin. stock. "I'd u heap sight rather bear the girl!" "I wish to my soul that you had beard und seen her last night. Mrs. Comstock," said Ammon. "Then my wuy would be clear." He gave his version of the previous - night. "Do you bellevo me?" be finished. "Yes," said Mrs. Comstock. "May stuyV" She lifted the violin and began to They entered the nrlior. exclaiming phi) n dsllil) fairy (In in t.'. nt the dim. green coolness. Mrs. Com "WHI, bless ill) soul!" softly ejacu stock came dellls'rstely. talking to Am1sl the Hstoiimled Mrs Countock. nion ns she approached Minora gave ! 'Iiltik I wn worrying for fear you her one searching look, lint could ills yourself!" 'iihln't take rare of cover only sn hrtchtness of Klooni hunched as she played. eye to denote sny iitumml feeling The month which followed was n rep- Polly Instantly went to ber and held etition of the previous Jut' . with moth up her fare to .e klssisl Mrs. Com I Is. specimen Fathering mid perfect stock's ejes twinkled, und she made khts lilli-- with iini-l- r. snve that Phil the greeting hearty was now Elnora's avowed suitor l Soon the pitcher was empty, and Kll.tliih Carr. lek at heart, sailed for norn picked It op nud went to refill It a month Philip Europe. At the end of While stie was gone Henderson i!,ed Eluora to be his wife, tint she Philip about some trouble ho wnsnsked havdeil for more time, saying she uiut ing with bis car They went to I the oe .lisoiutely sureof herself and of blm woods and began n mluuto cinmlna l fote she rould say yes Uut she tlon to find n defect which did not exto wear a beautiful emerald ist Polly nnd Levering wero hnvlng ring which be had had sent from Chi- nn animated conversation with Mrs. ago. Coinsiock. 'lenderson saw Edith arise, follow the garden path next the woods CHAPTER XXIV. nnd stand waiting under the willow Wherein Chicago Comes to the Limber-laswhich Elnora would pass on her return. It wns for that meeting he bud ONE. honk, honk! Hart Hen-JLmade tho trip. He got down on tho set the alarm of the big ground, tore up tho car. worked, nsked i I aiitoinoiiile filing as It bhot for help and kept Philip busy screwing M ffuui n, trees lining bolts nnd applying the oil can. All the the liru.hvt ihkI n,:i,l The picture of time Henderson kept an eyo on Edith ui vine covered iiiiiiu. a great drooping nnd Elnora under the willow. Hut ho tree, a green ciml and a man bend-lutook pains to lay the work ho asked over her er elmeiv flashed Into Philip to do where that scene would Edlto Carr n light her breath tie out of his sight. When Elnoru new with a snap Pll Xinuion'gnve Tom came nrniiud the corner with the pitchLevering ii ipilcl; lunch and wickedly er she found herself facing Edith Cnrr w iuktsl at tutu "I want a minute with you." said Miss Carr. Edith had reScleral dajs "Very well." replied Elnora, walkSho turned froi'i EiirNpe suddenly. and Henderson n ul ailed at the Am- ing on "Soi the iilli'her on tho bench there." nion resilience. snMiig that they wero Kdltli Carr hs If speaking going to motor iIoimi to the l.lmberlost louiinaudei to ee Philip a lew hours and urged to a servant "I prefel not to offer my guests ii that Polly and Tom them. Mi's A mux i n thought It better to havo warm drink." said Elnora. "I'll como I'ollv alonr: to supNrt Philip than to back If wui really wish to speak with al'jw him to confront Edith iinoipoct-ihII.- v me." "I came solely for that." said Edith I'.'llv was full of nud ulone spirit She did not like Edith and did Cnrr "It would bo n pity to travel so far In not relish the tlMtii-i- it of tier ns n, sisher father had this dust nud heat for nothing. I'llouly ter Two dujs extracted a projiiSe of secrecy, given be gone ii second " Elnora set the pitcher before her ier Philip's address and told her tn inol her "Pleuse servo this." she said. send blm the finest emerald ring sh I'ollv knew how that Miss Carr wishes to peak with me." timid se'ect ring Would be usisl What she did not The gin slowly nnd gravely walked know was Hint the girl who accompa- back to the willow. "Will you bo beutcd?" she nsked no nied her went luck to the store afterward, made an excuse to the clerk that lltely Edith Carr glanced ut thu bench, she had tieon seat to lie absolutely sure that the address was right and so while n shudder shook her. It for Edith 'arr. "No. i prefer to stnfid," alio saltl Tto days laiei Edith bad Induced "DJd Mr Amnion give you the ring you are wearing, nnd do you consider fl.it i Henderson io take her to ISy Hie old of iiliips they yourself eegaged t him?" "Hy what right do you ask such per the Coiiisit'cli laud and passed It meiely to see Hie ulaco Henderson sonai onestlous as those?" Inquired Elhittcd t'l-i- t trip uad implored Kdltli not noru "Hy the right of a betrothed wife. I n iko It. but he innde no elTnrt to bnve been promlstsl to Philip Amnion conceal from him what sho suffered, and It wus more than he could endure. ever slnco 1 wpro short skirts. All our lives we have expected to marry. Au The Kuullght tftihed with distinctness thu scene nt tho west end of tho ngreement of years cannot bu broken to savo Edith, in one Insane moment. Always tie bad Instinctively, chalu Henderson bet the whistle blowing. loved me devotully Give mu ten minHo had thought to go on to tho city, utes with him mid he will bo initio for hut I'olly Amnion blood, crying. "Phil, nil tlmo." "I berloiisly doubt that." said Elnora. Phil!" Tom Levering was on hU feel shouting and waving, while Edith lit "Hut I nm perfectly willing that you I will cull hlui." her most Imperial manner ordered him bhould iiinku the test "Stop!" (Otiiiiinnded Edith Carr. "I to turn into the lane leading through told you that It wns you I came to the woods hobble the cabin. some way that I get n mill-ut- see." "I'lx it "I remember." said Minora. ulouo with her," shu commanded "Mr Ammon Is my betrothed." conus he stopped thu cur. "That la my sMer i'olly, her llanco tinued Edith Carr "I expect lo tako Tom U'veriiig. a friend of mluo nam- him back to Chicago with me." "Then It Is untrue that you twlco ed HetidcrKun und- "- began Ammou. rejected bis ting, repeatedly Insulted Carr." volunteered Elnora. "Edith "And Edith Cnrr," repealed Philip blm nml publicly renounced hlinV" "That was through you!" cried Edith "Eluora, bo bravo for my Amnion. "I realize (he spell of this sake, Their coming cnu make no dif- Carr. ference In nuy way. I wou't let them place for u summer season. 1 can so Come Just how you havo worked to ensnaro stay but u few minutes. with me!" hlm!" "Do I looked scared?" Inquired El"Men would cull tint lying." said Elwhy you have noru calmly, "Tho becond time I met nora serenely "This is I havo been not. had your unswor. Philip. Aiiiinouho Jold jue jyl hlscn- : ! t. 4 del-so- sprlnghoile'?" i.i M tenderness " "Such vulgarity!" panted Edith Cnrr. "How- - can n man llko Amnion endure. It? You know perfectly that If your puny hold on hlm were broken. If he were buck tn his home among LU - friends mid where he wns meeting inc. little week he would be mint) ngnln as he ulwnys has been." "That will do!" said Elnora. "I shall not uct until I know there will be nuth-lulo i egret. I have decided ou my course. You may return to your lu one friends." "What do you mean?" Edith Cnrr. demanded Onn-lusli- ' o "That Is my affair," replied Elnora. "Only this: When your opportunity comes, seize It! Any tlmo you are In Philip Amnion's presence, exert tho charms of which you boast and tako hlm Take hlm to Onnbasha und to Chicago with jou t'se every art you possess, If tho old charm can be t will be the first to wish both of you well. Now. I must return to my guests. Kindly excuse me." Elnurn turned and went back to sS? nrbor Edith Cnrr followed the fenco und passed through the gate Into tho west wood whero she nsked Henderson If the car was ready As she Mood near hlm she whispered. "Tako Phil hack to Ouabasha with us." "I say. Amnion, can't you go to tbo city with us ami lie'p me find n shop where I can get this pinion Hied?" asked Henderson "We wnnt 'o lunch nnd start Nick by fi . That will gst us " home by uildnlcht Philip went Into the urhor "Kliiorn." be said. "Henderson Is In trouble with his uutomublle. Ho wants mo tn go "to Onabashu with hlm to show hlm whero the doctor lives nnd help hlm get fixed so he can start back this c cnlng. It will take about two hours. May I go'" "Of iouie jou must go," sho said, laughing lightly. "You ciin't leuvo your MMer Why don t you go back Chk-aglo with them? There Is plenty of room, and you could have u lino visit." "I'll be buck In Jiikt two hours," said nm gone you bo Amnion. "While thinking over wimt we were tnlklug of when the folks came." Klnorn offered her hand to ull of them, nud when sho enmc to Aunnoti sho gavo hlm ouo long steady look in tho eyes, then shook bunds with blm also, (Continued noxt week.) d 1 To foul amid tho clty'a Jar That thcro abides n penco of tlilno Man did not tiinko nnd cannot mar. Matthew Arnold. J lanunry 16, 1913. THINKING Farm arid Garden WOOD OF CHRISTMAS LOTS AND RAINFALL 6Und of Traaa Valuable In Thamaalvaa and For Conttrvation of Moutura. No Intelligent fnrincr ahoiild rpimlro an nrgiimciit to Induce tilin to up round lil" fnnn building with enough tree to glvo him n wlndhronk In winter mid a cool retrent In Hummer, saya tin Turin Press. It may roipilro aoint' diMiioiiHtrntlon. however, to convince lit Hint lip can n(Tord to give up a fow nrrea of sevcntyllvo dollnr Innd We will to plant n crop of timber. do our duty, never! holes"), liy advlalng every mini to put In nt least to per rent of hla nrrenge lo n ppruinnrnt foreM growth wiille Hip trees nre young he tuny utlllre Ida land for tillage rron. like corn or potnioea, nnd toforp hit tree nro half matured he ran begin thinning them for tlrewood or for other lles nlamt or the farm When h!a tree hnvp rear ho I 111 felii-epol- s Now It the Timt lo Prtpara For Tur. ktya For N.xt Fall and WinUr. Do yon rcini'iiilHT I lie price of turkeys InMt Chrltiniy vu aiirely tlo, and you'll think nhout It tient Chrlat-matern. If ymi don't "aiiirt" yoiif tur keys now You rnu dure n double , n uriMMI on tup farm uf ""miner. They f.,.i on pmtmp pera and other IiimvIs nlnioii to tlm pi. tent of n eoinnli'tp diet. thin helping to dispone of tlip ppt nml nt the in mo time getting food for UiPiiKclve. It ahould not hp undprlood that enough turkeya could ho reared In n nelKlihorliood to rradlcnlc the Insect pi'Mi. If. however. here l only n may hoZn!.vmh:.,,T,;of1lm,:,:'f, 1 INTENSIVE FARMING Conducted by FRANK S MONTGOMERY, M.S. Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Assistance for Kentucky Orchardists UKn many Kentucky faring nro mnturo applo and peach orchards that liavo been neglected for many years nml '"lvo l)r0(lucel income further than an occasional small crop of uncertain quality. With a llttlo In vestment and a llttlo work at the proper tlmo, a great many of thes orclinrdH can bo mado to return n ' l'Htem In the farm economy, ,'or 1,10 most I,ar' "10 commercial orchards of tho Stnto aro now b"- lug sprayed. On tho other hand the small homo orchards that reclcvo this nm rntlinr (linn Ul0 ru0, 0n nccount 0f tho lack of nlt-iitl- Berea's Vocational Schools I aaaH VHhc LHIK ! BTANO Or NOIIWAT HrilL'CK. Norway apruro will do well on anr molit (nil, pruvldul tln sol I l fairly well drlnrl H itiouM not tx pUntnl on dry anil Hlarllnc tery iloxly. It growth after lUr nrit few yrara la koimI It will endure heavy ahnils anil It therefore a Kiwxl tree lo uae In I'Unllna lind already partly woodett. It la able lo grow on ery thallow aoll If aiieh aoll It molil. Hulieiin and I'holoeraph 1'rom Depart( I'orentr)'. Nw York Htate Col-l- t ment of Ak'rlculluie.) a mnrketnlile alie for ltimler he will tlnd them n K'rmanent und tinfallliii aourri- - of lucoiiie. ltlnrk walnut trees, which gnw to their maturity with one Retierntlcin, havo aold na hlch na $70 apleep, ttio wood liolnc utilized for furniture. Entirely aaldp nnd U'yond tho monpy value of n amnll forest tract nml the luxury that tho slcht of It provides tr every pje that It Is the fact that trees do draw moisture, and people who live In sections where the rainfall la uncertain will llnd their farms nre likely to grow better crops end aurcr crops year after year na the acreage given to treo crops Increases sH-sH- i i t. Twigs suspected U of being Infested IIU DCillI' LlCilltl III kllll JUnU all parts of the Stato, and th with San Joso scalo may bo sent. great harm that It docs beforo It tho Caro should bo taken to wrap twigs securely bo as to ntold danger discovered by tho grower, plainly Indicates tho necessity of careful In- of spreading tho pest about. All pack, spection of tho orchards of tho Stale. ages should havo tho namo and THREE GOOD THINGS. Tho Horticultural Department cf of tho sender plainly marked tho Ky Kicrlincnt Station, recogniz- on tho outside. Profesaor Alfred Vivian, netlnit ing tho lmportanco of fruit grow- Persons who especially delsro to dean of the C'oIIcjjp of Acrlriib Ing to tho State, desires to assist bava their orchards lnsiiectcd should turp, Ohio Stntp university, who la of n poetical turn of mind, our fruit growers to discover serious make lequcsts as soon as possible anya: Insect pests if they nro present nnd n"d wo will attend to them when wo I .Imp, m.murn and vtRoroui clover to glvo timely suggestions for tho lean. Thero Is but one Inspector for Make tlm oM farm rich all over. treatment of trees beforo they nre j Uio State, and for this reason It will bo Imposslblo to answer calls prompt- permanently Injured. Tho Department lias provided for ly. STRAINING LIME SULPHUR. tho employment of an assistant, who J. II. Carmody, the Extension Division, Ky. Kxperlmcnt Rtcommcnded In Preparation of Thla Is to bo especially assigned to work o; inspecting orchnrds If San Station, Lexington, Ky. Moit Important Spray Malarial. In a recent bulletin on the "Preparation nnd ISe of Concentrated Mmo Jackson County Leads Sulphur Sprny" the I'ennaylvnnln Stnto coilece iiKrlculturnl oxperlniPiit In tho Jackson County IJoys Corn eight years, and probably no plot of after cIvIiik the for preparliiK ami cooklni; tho prepnrn Growing Contest Coleman Iteynolds ef corn land In tho Stato received more wlUl a yIcld ot scientific cultivation than did this. won flrst tlon. anya that na a safeguard ncnlnat Tho winner U a member of the lumps or course Impurities that mny 135 bu. nnd 2C pounds. W. W Hey occur In the sediment of thla most nolda won second prlzo with n yield Stato Corn Growers Association and linixirtaiit sprny material In America, of 117 2 bushels. Several other boys has Just received notlco that ho has the eonrentrnto should usually bo mado good records. Avon first prlzo for the best 10 ears A strained. new typo of strainer la of of dent corn; first prlzo for tho best This yield breaks the rocord shown In the Illustration. camo Jackson County nnd tho entire moun- - slnglo ear of dent corn. Ho In this strainer the usual clogging tain section of tho state and sets a very near winning tho one hundred Is avoided by straining upwnrd. Tho corn growers dollar trophy offered by Commission- liquid enters at the rear, passes upward pace for tho grewn-uthrough tin Hereon and may bo car- - 'f tlm Stole. Tho plot of ground upon cr J. V. Newman nnd will probably rled where desired through n Iiosp which this 133 bushels grew wns clea'. win a prlzo in tho "Profit and yield" nttnehed to tho spigot. Tin? coarse ed before tho C.vll War but has hnd contest yet to bo figured. How is particles thus full nwny from tho K(MM treatment In tho last fceven or this for tho mountains? screen nisipaii oi ncctimiiiniing on ii. nnd the line particles, which aro largo- "No. v liy, ar, look here, I never thought of it before, but my gran 1 111 'il!o dlum hI;,, ,oka of tuHiey, tunny turkeya or congeMtt-ipinrtera nre likely to cntic Thla dlene l to hp feared nml guarded npilint hy poultryuieii. If It oiu p Kct atlirted on n farm It rilllliot hp a-na the owinlsin nn live In the aoll Indeilnliely nml reinfect the (lock when leuat expected No farmer !ioni.i i,.,.nn,t n.. nlone to combat irnaaliopipr or other liiM-e- t A detailed atudy of the peKta llfe history of every Insect enemy M .A Diml.i r iimitr mi uiiii ii .1 nine uiny no wleetnl for the nttaek. The best way to destroy Krnhoppera Is lo Mir tho oil roiitaliiliiK their eccs darlni: tlip winter ao that the cold nnd natural enpinlea may Disking them will do Industrlnllat. . n "r Joso ncalo or any other serious orchard pest Is found upon inspection, tho grower Is taught to know It and tho methods of controlling It nro fully explained. Suggestions will also bo given along tho lines of pruning and cultivation of orchnrds. Later on tho Department plans to hold public spraying nnd pruning demonstrations throughout tho various fruit growing suctions. Training that adds to your monoy-carnlpower, combined with general education. FOIt YOUNQ MKNAgrlcuKure, Carpentry Printing, Commercial. FOIt YOUNG-- LADIKS HomoSclonco, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography nnd Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Ocnoral Education for those not far advanced, with combined aomo vocational training. No mattor what your present advancement, wo can put you with others llko yourself and glvo chanco for moot rapid progress, 'v.l. knonlcdgo of tho proper means to iri. C comnaiing mo common or, ; nnl ,,cstfl' mnny orchardists bav bellevo that fruit growii cdmu ,K II(t a profltablo Uiub r business. .. . I t i'1" t"iiuniuiia iircvuiimis in mini orchards this Is a perfectly correc ""I"' 111 1 1 1I conclusion. III Tho Horticultural Department tho names" and addrcttsts of till men Interested In fruit growing thru-othe State, In order that wo may Bend them tho publications that are Issued, and In order that wo may In- spect their orchards when practicable. aiso scnu names oi your nciiuainiau- ces who aro llkewlso Interested. Hvcry person In tho Stato l's In- vltcd to correspond with us at uuy '.I. and to send In specimens of tlmu Insects when practicable. If possible, accompany Insects with your inquiries cs ut 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For thuM who aro not exporting to tenth and who aro not going through College, but deslro more general education. This Is Just tho thing for tboso preparing for medical studies or other professions without a colUgo courso. It also gives tho best general educatlou for thoso who wish a good start In study and expect lo carry It on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School ' This gives tho very best tralnln g for tboco who expect to teach. Courses aro bo arranged that young pooplo can teach through tho summer and fall and attend school through tho winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courso of study. Head Dlnemorc'a great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door This Is tho Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College nnd provides ss straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho Academy Is now Berea's largest department. 6th Door This Is tho crown of tbe wbolo Institution, courses in alt advanced subjecta. standard Questions Answered BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea Collego with 5U g affiliated schorls, Is not a Institution. It requires certain foes, but It expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of Its student, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging aa far as potslblo for students to earn and savo In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A KAMI LY, with careful regulations to protect the charanto? and reputation of the young people. Our students como from tho est families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may bo sick tho Collego provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All oxcept 'those with parents In Borea llvo In Collego buildings, and many assist In work of boarding ball, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and potting pay according to the valuo of their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is tho beat, but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. Tin Collego asks no rent for tho flno buildings In which students llvo, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, nnd washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffeo or extras, 1.35 a week, in tho fall, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedmoney-makin- atn-tlo- dln-ctlo- rn:r I'" ' p EDUCATION AND SUCCESS Is The Farmer the Essential lo Latter. I ding, 40 to CO tentB for each person. SCHOOL FEES aro two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guaranteo for return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and !s returned when tho student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on .expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachtrs all our Instruction Is & free gift). The Incidental Foe for most students Is $5.00 a term; In Academy and Normal $C.0O ann $7.00 In Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by tho term, board by tho half term. Installments are as follows: "FIVE PROFIT" CROPS. Corn, alfalfa and clover nro "five protlt" crops. In other words, they will glvo flvo profits when wheat gives ono. Aud T.heat cannot give that ono unless helped out by corn, alfalfa or clover. The five profit crop arc: First, tbe crop; second, preparation of the land for a crop of grain nnd Mtv unniiiuillU Ul R 111111. Ul third, tho milk, butter, beef, egg, pork or horsepower that these crops can bo manufactured Into; fourth, the manure; fifth, distributing tho lncomo and work. Hoard's Dairyman. llll of Commercial Fertilizer. On n light, sandy Wisconsin soil phosphate mid volnh made It possible to grow n leguminous crop which, plowed down In 1010. supplied fertility for a forty tlve bushel crop of corn In Among the "Critters." 1011. Similar land In which the wns grown and plowed down Keep corn away from brood sows with no fertilizer mndo only thirty bushels per ncrc And the hind Is In about to farrow. Corn has killed many a flno litter and many a good better condition for tho next crop. BOW. Farm nud Fireside. Good soils will produce from twenty to thirty tons of mangels per acre. Hemp aa Weed Killer. On tho prison farm at Wnupun, Wis., These roots complement alfalfa hay very well, and it Is our Judgment that a field of flirt, nml n linlf nrr,s Infested with uunck crass nnd L'nnnda It Is better to grow mangels than either thistles. It was sown In hemp to test rnrrots or Hubbard squash.-Hoar- d's that crop as a weed eradlcator, The Dairyman. What was said to bo tho largest seed wus sown at tho rato of a bushel per acre. It yielded $118 worth of rnngo steer ever sent to market wasj hemp and killed nil the thistles nnd recently shlppitl to Chicago from IJII- lings, .Mont. Tho anlinnl weighed more nearly all thu quack. Farm aud pounds nnd brought S'JOO. thnn It wns fntteuod on alfalfa, sugar beet1 pulp nnd sirup. Hone Collars 8hould Fit A practice In connection with milkIt Is well wurtb whllo to have a perfect fitting collar for each work horse. ing which ought .J be abolished Is that Collars should not bo changed from of milking a little milk Into tho bands one horse to another unleas tho collar beforo commencing to milk. No mat It fitted to the second horse. A good ter how clean the milker's bands may method for titling collars ! to wet be when starting to milk. It Is Imposthem until they become soft and plia- sible to prevent dirty drippings from ble, then put the collar on tbe horse. falling into tbe milk can when the I Kansas Farmer. bands are moistened la this way. leg-um- o a Uit , sTnitNKn rou liuk hum iiuii srnir. From bulletin Pennsylvania agricultural experiment station. ly negligible In tho homo preparation, pass along with the solution. The coarse sediment retained In tho bottom of the Ktralner may bo washed freo of Its rnluablo concentrates nnd tho latter secured by running through It tho wnter needed la later boilings. For rapid work tho spigot should bo fairly large, with nn opening of nn Inch or more In diameter. Tho removnDlo screen facilitates clearing the strainer nnd nlso enables ono to linve screens of different mesh and of different kinds of wire. Tinned Iron wire Is best for lime sulphur alone, whllo brass Is preferable If bordeaux also H to bo strained. Copper In all forms U to bo avoided with Uma sulphur. Tho mesh for llmo sulphur should bo thirty to tlfty to tho Inch If much of tho sediment Is to be caught, nnd oven with tho greatest fineness most of the smokellko sediment of properly mnds concentrate wilt pass throtiqti. three-quarte- WINTER TERM CATTLE AND THE CHILDREN. VOCATIONAL AND l OUNOATION SCHOOLS Incidental Fee If Two Year and ACADKMV AND NORMAL COLLEGE Four Year Old Steers Won't Thrive In Same Feed Lot Why Should Children of All Agea Study Together? A Boom Board G weeks $ 5.00 6.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9,00 $31.20 $ 7.00 7.20 9.0O Amount due January 1, 1913 .. .. Board for C weeks, due Feb. 12, KBAb SCUOOU $23.20 9.00 $32.28 "Johnny, ho ain't takin' no Interest In bis school. Pvo got n mighty good no tlon to let him quit nu' go to work on tho farm." "How long tins ho beon In school?" "Oh, he's been off nnd ou about "di years, I reckon. He's Just finished h Fourth Header, no bo's got enough schoolln' to" use on n farm. He's gut moro than mygrnu'daddy hnd in hi day, an' you know he died worth about $30,000." "Tell me something about your griuid father." "Well, you sco, ho como over the daddy got rich Just still, didn't he?" "Yes; he did. Where your grnndfa thcr got n thousand acres for nothlnu' your boy will have to take It nt a vain atlon of from $30,000 to $100,000 nud mnkc It pay. He can't wnlt two year for hogs to be ready for slaughter. I' must bo at eight to ten months. Then-Ino way now for your boy to ben pl neer nnd get rich sitting still. He mui be educated to succeed In tho twenii etb century." He Had Fed Cattle. The old trustee turned to the visitor and asked. "Well, what do you think of our new consolidated school?" "Iteautlfilll Cost n lot of mone) didn't It?" "Yep, nu' It costs like smoke to run It with teachers for all tho different grades. Hut nil of us aro for It now " "Wero you against consolidation?" "Yep, 1 was against It strong. Yoii sec, I got the three It's In n slugh He paused, looked room schnolhousc." nt tm, spiemild brick building and con m,wj: ouchter known better too Anybody that had fed cattlo for thlrtj years oughter know a consolidated wns better thnn n ono room school." "Why should you havo known? Cut tie nnd chlldrei are not tho snme." "Look here Just stop nn' think fm n minute, will you? I've known foi thirty years that you can't put wennlln calves, two yenr nn' four year o' calves, two year nn' four year ol' steei In the snme feed lot an' get fust clns results, lu our ol' tlmo ono room school we bad 'em all sizes an' ages In the same lot an' feodln' out of the same trough. It won't work any bet ter with children than It does with He Knew Total for term If paid in advance SPRING Incidental Fee Room Board , 5 $28.50 TERM $ 5.00 $30.70 $ 6.00 S3I.70 $ 7,00 5.00 6.75 13.75 6.75 25.30 weeks 2C, 1913 4.00 6.75 15.75 6.75 22.50 5.00 6.75 17.75 6.75 21.50 Amount duo March .. .. s Board 5 woeks duo Apr. 30, 1913 . Total for term If paid In advance S22.00 'S24.00 S25.00 mountains when this hero was nlT Vlr gtnln, nn' he took Home land an' begun to clear It up an' farm It, nn' ho" "What did you say bo paid for It?" "(JranMiiddy? Why, ho didn't paj nothln' for It." "How much hind did he get?" "Oh, ho could 'n' bad nil bo could 'tend to a thousand acres was nil he could 'tend to, nn' he" "So he farmed n thousand acres, did ho?" "Not nil of It. Some of It was left In timber so tho bogs could bo turned out to fatten on the beech nu' oak uuiht In the fall. An'" -now om wero uio nogs wiieu ue killed them for meat?" "About two years oi'. Say, what are you asklu" me, nil theso questions for anyhow?" "I am trying to tlnd out why you think Johnny has enough cducntlou to innko mm a suecessrui runner," "I Just now told you because his gran'daddy made a snug fortune with less schooliu' titan Johnny's got." ".Can Johnny go nut an' tlnd n thou and acres for nothing?" "No; of course be can't" "Can bo afford to keep a bog for two years an' fatten him on beech an' oak This does not Include tho dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses Business. 'at Winter Spring Tota Stenography and Typewriting .. ..$14.00 $12.00 $10.00 $36.00 12.00 Bookksoplng (regular courso) .. .. 14.00 3G.00 10.00 Bookkeeping (brief courso) Business courso studies for students in other departments: 7.00 6.00 5.00 18.00 Stenography Typewriting, with ono hour's uso of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., 10.50 7.00 9.00 6.00 7.60 5.00 27.00 18.00 ' Com. 1.80 S.IO 1X0 Arlth., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 In no caso wlU special Business Fees oxcoed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at Any Borea It there Is tho will to do so. It la a great advantage to contlnuo during winter and spring aud havo a full year of continuous study. Many young people wasto time In tho publta schools going over and over the same things, when they might bo Improving much faster by coming to Borea and starting In on new studies wMk some of the best young men and women from other counties and state ablo-bodl- Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are This may bo 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. signed by tome former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neigh bor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Winter Term opened January 1st. Hurryl For Information or friendly advice write to tho Secretary, above mast?" cattle." D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. Miss Delia Orlffec was tho guest of and Miss Ilattlo Metralf, Saturday Sunday, Preston Oabbard took Mrs. to Annvlllo Wooten's daughter School .In Jackson County, yesterday, nnd Is watrrbound. ISI.ANIt CITY Island City. Jan. 4. Died, She 31st, Mrs. Ithoda Peters. loivcs n 1 si nnd nnd one child. tnpt. Short, Wm. Maya and IS. J. Gentry raided six days at the beginning of the year In Kstlll Coun y, Lcro h y captured time distill 1 nnd two of tho op'rators. M Abfhlre c ostc. his school at Walnut any (Srovo a 'cw days ngo without t.L 'iltrr Wm. Mnyb and daught r, s Otic, lift, Wednesday, to visit In Illinois. From thin neighborhood a great number of students have Kva, left for Dcrca, to wit: J. 1)., Luoy Martha, and Willie Chndwell, , Decknell, 'Mattlo Peters, Minnie lnn-Oscar Dervcrt, Lola and Kstella Mir-rl- s end Terrah Gentry. Most of thio 1 rrla-Uverorn-rtri- January 16, 191 3 . East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No e daughter, Mabel, aro spending the winter nt tho heme of Mrs. Matilda, Il not (or t.ubllctlcn, but fott(ireef pufcllibcl nlti iljtfd to loll 1) lit mllrr. Ilr tint tilitiet tf toed faith. Wilte tUioly. (labbard. Tho schools closed here, Dec. 2?tli, with n bin treat given by ttu' teachers: also Miss Jessie Mr- Neal, tho missionary lady, gave the children many nco presents, LOW FARES j TO THE ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CLIMAX j Itcd Miss Suda llakor, Sunday. The WE COMPLAIN MIsKCfl (iraco Knglc nml Mildred time Nenl returned to Ifcrra lnt Tu-s- Dellnlte InRtructlons, glwn and again to our correspondents, nr day. G. XI. Muricll was In town last . tlm Mtn'i tlint IICWB sent us. " weok on business.- 'Mrs. L. V. Morrin, sure of publication, rtiuld rencii who has been visiting her father bo ua Monday, and In no case later than for revornl days, returned home Tuesday thonilng's mall. Notwith- week. J. K. SpnrkB madu a trip to standing this definite understanding, Uerva last week Ansc Whicker nnd letters continue to come Wednesday Miss Snrali Welch were married M nnd Thursday, and of course have to .1. 13. Holcomb'a last Saturday afterONK-WASI'KINd COLONIST TICKKTS ON be held over until next week, when noon. I. T. West, of Frankfort, was SALK DAILY MA IK H u TO APRIL 15. ioij to W. point Idaho, Wiiblngtiti, In Wi'Mcru Montana, In town this week on business. the news la really too old for Oregon, llrlllli Columbia. NOW THIS IS A Hi:.MINI)Klt K. llegley of London was In town on ROl NDTItlP HOMI'.SFLK!' RS' TICKKTS ON TO OUIt COIHIKSI'ONDUNTS THAT business this week. D. O. C. (lood- MONTH to SALIC lot mid ,,rl Tl KSDAN S VK WANT TlIK HULKS OUSBIIVKI) ,ftn of WclIchbtirg wns In town, Monlii.inv pnl H lit the NorlhnrM I nitrd States sml the best opening In l THKilt HKNKKIT AS WKLL ,ia-- . Tho .InckMin County Hank d- - Undents Lung limit mid lipner Cnmiln. roil K. McCollum. Tnirl on the ior...i n iiiviilpiul nf twelvo and on' the history of Ilerea. AS OUIIS. year the ncv traveling salesman fir Kcl-lt- g ANOTHER SUGQeSTION half per cent on Jan. 1, for tin In Is calling on the merchnnts Complaint frequently comes to the 11)12. r snt. ua-- ' this part of the County at CAIllt'O office that the correspondents mid rnitncrting llm, to of to Anderson Cnrniack has movid news Cavlco, Jan. fi. James Hays, most ol their r.pace In giving MinncMda, N'ortii Dakota, Montana, Idaho. family, relativ, s .McKee, passed thru her.', Saturday, tho property vacated by Hill Ilfckn II concernliiK their own ( ir'ogoii. or to .Manitoba, Saskatchemov-e- d Wafliiiij-toii- , or iicrsonal friends. They should In 'enroutu for Louisville where he in near Illako. Wm. And'ifon bns wan, Allicrta, llnti-- h I olmnliia. to the head of 'Mctlulro Fork to Items or real tends to go to school tills winter, no case fall to reort be- Will uriul free llliitrnhil lllerntiire nbout the North news their people Tim holidays went off quietly lav. the residence vacated by t!eo. lvters. ct I'nitrd Slnie nml full Insinuation alxiut North Mgl. McD.uilcl Is very sick with lacause they art-- related, but It sjiould ern Piu'llie r.ilo of fare and rrlee proinptlt upon to other rentiers grippe. (1. W. Ang"l gave a birthday not be noticeable you nullum;. Write lixlay. rripiri't. It that they hava discriminated In favnr dinner the 4th Inst., In honor of his C K.lt'OX. Ttavthng Immg. Agent, fit :'. 4th .V., Ciuinnati, 0. A It IK K S IH'lilTAI SASIXt tllRIMl (1(11 It). mi of their own folks. 4ltli year. All these present enjoy J1 I I m Hro. 11. H. I'rewltt. It is hoped that eery correspondent It Immensely. some tlin . i ' will take this suggestion kindly for who has bfwn poorly for ml Ford It Is only made with the Idea of Im- Is bciter now. Mrs. Lucimla ngain. School closed at Ih ni' tith Jdliiison rvturned to Shnwbnn, Sun to war. With the cws nf 1. Onward .Christian Jul diers! March-foai proving the news and making it has gone to Owsley to sio sick relu-- I of Augllii. Jan. 1st, with a big randy day we are my Moves the church of God:!irut!i-cri- , 'J. lake a tniijht - y ar s in more ratlsff.ctory to all. tivos. We have had lots of tld treat Charlie Clay's School at Uoad I lll(i 11 1.1, i, Kingdoms tio anJ wane, I!ut the Church ol 3. Crowns and thrones may of late, and the dtl-the river FOR COUNTY" SUPT. OF JACKHun closed, Jnn. 3rd, with nhlgent' r. Hlg Hill, Jan. 13 Mrs It. L. Am 4. Onward then, ye faith - ful, Join our ban py throng, Uleml with ours your ties to ens T.re getting their cross NnnnlSON COUNTY. Mlfufs .0. XS. n. The taliiment. very liroMi has been 011 the sick list for p4 mm mm Two men were hurt Wal-'te- r market Spetice, Hlla Wood, the Mimirs. A. P. Settle of Kingston. a while. Kerby Knob. Ky., June IS, 1.U2. bfiillr In the last tide l.ere. I An-- ' Wood and Martin llemby will called to sea his father and mother Injured by now no unusual thins for woIt Is Angel got hie leg sever!i lUfml scluol at OiU'ldn this wlnt.r. this Mr. nnd Mrs. M. I). Settle, of men to sorve as County StiHrinten-dents- , stepping between two ties and b.'lng 1 v , J n r ri place, the other day. -- Willie Settle and In other high Hlueation.il dragged a distance In the river. M. MADISON COUNTY ' and family who moled to Drowns Ksltioiis. A number ot counties of Frank (labbard was csught b etwei-it III. I i: I K K burg, hid., have returned. All are this state haw secured notable s.tv-Ic- o a tie raft dir.; broke in two nnd he - at Mas ter, Je sim, Go inc on be fore; Christ, the Roy them.- - Aunt June Mar Kind to from their women suiiTliitsnd-ents- , was ertuhed so badly that" it is replllue Lick. Jan. 12. Dr. John ('altread-toWhere the saints have trod; Wo are not di - vid - ed, nml for uxumple: lt.s ter pnt the holldan with hinm' tin continue very rdek. .Mr. - sus Con - stant will re main: Gates ol hell can net - er there Is small ho? for orted Je on Cora Wilson Stewart has won natiHobliiMin, who lolks. Carl Itrateher of Sller Crek Mrs. SttilMii Oreen have been recovery. Jlrs. Ilinda the tn umpta - son? Ulo ry,praise,and lion - or, In voic - cs Also land Mlw) Maud JoIiiimiii of this pine" the sick list for wmc time. onal fame by her very cftlcient serhas been ill. U some b.tter now. where thlr diiuglitt-r- . Mrs. Zona Slush r. Thursday. superintendent of Kowan Uorn to Ilr. and Mr.s. Willie Uobcrtd, vice as to 'il.rov Is sick. Some clinng'M In resld 'lie County school3. they were married by Rev a bay. Dec. 22nd. His name is Karl. We wlh the voiing lOtiple a happy bav taken pbic here. Armoii Nwly Tho great schools of Chicago lira .Mother and babe are doing well. movfd to th 0. W. Ptiff plnc near ably managed by Mrs. Ella Fiagg Mrs. Ltatha Tussey Is in poor life. Mrs. Ilelle Terrlll has J- 0 ijulte slrk fo: Mime time but Is much T. J. RolertM)irs, las. Willi r to th Young. tvm:k 0. jo - L Jlst- L0--. U "0 Harris hoiiw vncnti'd by Mr. N""'y. and (!af Mrs. Sallle improved now Mary Lyon, like tho undersigned, Tyner, Jan. 11. Wo are having and family hav- - mosl to Slat" Lick. land IjiWH.m to the pluiv vacated was a poor mcuntalu girl. She strug- some very rainy weather, causing See His in - to bat go. tie, Leads against the foe; has mos Nathan Hvans and Clara .lohnon, by Withers. D. W. Cat-gled against great odds to secure tides In all the creeks. Miss Luej All one bod y we, One in hope and doc trine. One in char i - ty. loth of this place, were mmrlrd In sl from Mnllory Springs farth'r an education but succeeded and 'Gainst that Church prevail: WebareCbrist'sown promise, And that cannot (ail. Ilowlcs closed her school, Dec. 27th. Uiwls Htta the down the creek.--Mis- s Beren, Thursday, Jan. 2nd, at tho founder of ML Holyoke with a nice entertainment and a Mrn and an - gels sing. U11 - to Christ the King:,This,thro' countless a - gos, a home of Hev. Kelteh Our best wlsh-Je- s and Miss Fannin Dowden sent Seminary which made posslbio for canjy treat for the children. Mr. nnd Win aro with them. Floyd Ilarrett has few days with Mr. and Mrs. history of the Mrs. S. V. I'nlmer and family of Quick tho first time in the Paul Haley. Ml Maud Azblll cnll.d to n turned from I'trolt. Mrs. world a general, liberal education for Sand, were visiting In this vicinity Johnson gave the young ix'ople a no- nt' her gmndiarent. M- -. nnd Mr.. girls. who Eugene till son, Christmas. ClIORl'S. elal, Friday night. All reRrted a M D. Settle, this last wis-k- . Having taught In the public schooU went to Louisville Christinas, writ-s- . delightful time. Howard and Frank Continue! ftn Pact I nt W-eof Jackson County seven years, at that he is well satisfied, and has a -Clay County eight Job that pays him $2.20 per day. nurnlng Springs in - diersl "Hard war, as to Chris tian sol ing months and in tho Foundation Schools Miss Lou llulloek In Laurel Conn- of IJcrea Collego, two terms, 1 feel ty for a two weeks visit. Hoy and Y-0 yf-. r;: 5 that 1 could serve my county efflclei.t Clay Moore, ami A. K. Itader started 0ly in the office of Superintendent. this morning, to work for Loulvsille I many requests, until spring. K. C. Moore has not So, In response to 1 hereby unnouuee my candidacy for been able to do a day's work for --'2 the office of County Superintendent nays on account of a felon on h s of Schools of Jackson County, and 1 finger. Jim Towles has moved lino Go be on tng fore. Je With the cross ol ask all friends of education to fall Wm. Diinignu's property, known as Vaughn. In line and unite irrespective of party the "Mary I'atton plac'. Dave to a Jr., has moved to Vaughaiitown in my support, thus securing ztr Superintendent cf Schools, who is the farm, known as the Unci' Jim St a promoter of education rather than John place. We are always glad to Mr. have new neighbors, such as a politician. COURIER-JOURNA- L Vaughn. Pharis llegley who has been In the er nnd wife visited J. C. Iltilleck, Sat-- , Anna Powell. f.w urday night. Several attended church U. S. army, returned home a OWSLEY COUNTY Editor) (Louisville, Ky. HENRY days ago. Married, a few das ago, at Hed Mill, Sunday. 'Mrs. Murj Col- JACKSON COUNTY cow cki:i:k .1 .Mr and llns Is iu veiy mior health. jicKi:r: Miss Daisy Dall to Oscar Piters. Cow Creek, Jan. 3. School will ! have returned C. Oriffith, deputy U. S. Marshal, of Mrs. Jesse Ponder McKee, Jan. C. Circuit Court comJohn college, Jan. 6th. Jackson, Hreathltt County, visited (i. home, nfter a visit ut Iturr. W. K. This is a two gin at the mences this week. Frost, Jr., and Paul (labbard have en J. Oentry, Sunday, Jan. 10th. and It. D. llulloek arc at home from weeks' term. Dr. Wliitus of Fogcr-tow- n school at Huckhorn. '.Miss Mua llostou, this week. W. K. Hrumltt of was In town tills week on busi- tered I'OiKV to MInter left last week for Ilerea Livingston visited F. M. Ponder, Sat-- 1 ness. Dr. Anderson moved Into town 10. On of account Pob'y, Jan. fchool. Several of our citizens day and Sunday. Heniiet 5111111118 last week. Jameo H. Hays left heie enter butchering their hogs this the high waters few people wre 'and Hen Ponder were In Lhlugston, Inst. -- School have been lor Louisville 011 the 3rd able to travel last Monday and Tu"s- - Sunday. O. S. to I7 week. Arch (labbard has gone Robinson was in Wll-di- e began at tho Academy on the Oth. day. The Uuck Creek Oraihd ScIiojI Longs Creek to work for hla unci'. last week oil business. Dlllard Charley Ilaker of London was In town 'Oabbard, Jr., and brother, I'l 'ns- -' will close with only a six months pul, Vaughn Is very low with pneumonia. last week. 'Mr. Ilazelwood, a law- Isaac ant, are erecting a dwelling. U. V. lie term but Miss Scovllle will tea h Calllo llaker Is very low. Horn to yer of London, was In town this YOU CAN I. H. (labbard a tract of two months longer for the benefit of the wlfo of Kd Robliibon, a big boy. week. A largo party lroni Annvlll-siie- nt Huff Kin- Willie Mro. the advanced grades. two hundred dollars. N. II. Parker Is visiting his father, New Years Day with Mr. and land for .Moore died a few days ago caid will return to Ilarlioiirville, the Rev. I). Parker, this week. COURIER-JOURNA- L MIi Tho Missis Hebecca Mrs. Isaac Messier. Miss Elizabeth Scouilo gave with pneumonia after a short Illness. 13th. Clara Robinson has entered school ut Louise and Anno Warushuls arrived tho boys nnd girls of the "th nnd Stli . Reynolds, who is employed S. hoiu' hero from Holland, Mich., Friday. AND liollihi)s Ilerea. N. Howies was with at Quicksand, as depot agent, visit d grades a social during th folks, Sundny. J. 1). and Hnbeit Miss Hettlo I'owell, of Annvllle, vis- and which was enjoyed by all.-C. II. Oabbard home lolks last week. Shcpard nru attending court this week was at Hooncvlllr, Tuenday. on busi- Mrs. J. W. Rowland and daught' r, t at Mt. Vernon. James Sims has xlsit d Carrie, and Mrs. Nancy ness. moved to Plney llruiich. Dun It lust Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wilson ' Livingston lias moved to n.tu.viivrvii.i.i: Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. (icorge Maln-011- 9 where ho h.-- a position with the 1, Karnestvllle. Jnn. K. It hab ben visited tho latter's fattur, Alex and N. railroad. raining for two days and a night uud Mclntlre. 'llio Oraue and N still continues. The waters are erv Nan-lil- a You are not jet too late to enter Jacitsoii, Fanny .Maiuouv, and CLAY COUNTY high but no damagu has been heuid Courier-Journ- al UIUd the .MinHts AdPendleton Iicrcas school. si;vii.vschi;i;k who live near the of. Some neighbors dle uud Mary Combs last Wednesday Suxtous Cieok, Jan. . Vry roii4h, No Better Equipment Anywhere lowlands wuro compelled to drive the night. Mrs. Nancy McPhcrvon who Mrs. stock from their barns for safety. was sick at our lata writing Is well. wlntery wsather continues. The L. C& N. R. R. Co. I.I.-lNannie Campbell null the MIi-k-. Som ulso left their homes and wont Courier-Jouth- - Mlss-- s Null T. W. Skinner, has Riven us a wire which will to their nelt&hUors to be on hlgh-- r Johubton, Olllo Hughes and Klfja-iKit- h and Delia il'inks luue titPail m. Horn to the wife or II. Howled, a enable you to copy main line train land. A. D. Caudlll and wif. who Scovlllo visited IVikIIioii rnal bMrn. n visiting relatives in this flno boy oil the 3Wt of Doc. nrrf-r- .! nn,l mr ri..t,t mid niit' Jack Kvnns last Saturilny Just Sunduy. AH report a ii'ije ilnio. to County for two weeks, have Annie Hrewer has moved back desk in our school. her old home. School closed here, left for their home In Powell County. i:ii.is'ii.tN . yesteiilny, with preaching by S. A. Caudlll has Jufct returned from Wis teach juu tiligrajihy for l . Sebastian, Jan. I. The Mill hlu trip to Cincinnati, Kings Ih. s Ut-t- u J. P. Motealf. Mrs. Nannie Ikinks money than any other xhool. also Imby died Inst Sunday of iinI.'b. Hubbard and Mary il. liny, uml Muson, Ohio, whero he has been nr 'J'jiorc U a f toady ilemand for toijijic-ten- t spending his Clirlbtmas vacation. He ' Albert Cubburd nnd A Hint .Mcintosh jiiIiii Rowlett ami family, of lemained about ten days and remits left, Dec. 2btli, tu enter Collvgtt at Lexington, have niovt-i- into the piop-ert- y operators at Rood wagc. a fine time. JJiiss Muttlo-llnl- l and Hurea, uccoiiiiiaiiieil by .1. D. Chad- of It, II. ttowmuii, vaiiled l) 'Mr. Price Onblmrd ware married on well, (jnn of Owslsy's best tuaclivrs. Mrs. AnnU Hrower. Tho sick nf Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Kiliton ' Mrs. Kllza Williams, of Cluy C01111- - this nulghborhood aro: Mrs. Nancy a and many other great mon began as ChrlBtnius day. Wo wish them suucetwful ami happy life, lloth were ty, litis mttiu Iiltliig lime a lew dayx. Hunter, Mrs. Kllen and Mr. 'Martin Courier-Journal. ojiorators.. Why not VOL'? lliirch and Churlle Mitenlf. Miss Corn Is very plentiful In this of this place. Wm. uud C. T. Oub- ' Comu lil! we hau room. nlty and Is wtlllng' for M ouuts Cleo Howmaii, who has liven slots huvu gone to sod their siok sisC. S. Kniuiit, Gen'l .Mgr ter at Drip Rock, Jnukbou County. bushel. Mis. Aiku (inhbard and it. for the past week, Is nblo to bo out ' lat ptibll-ratio- j .1 Climax, Jan. 10. I). (1. Hector has returned from marketing his tobacco, lie reports that tobacco Is sdllng high at Hichmond. I. and McKluley Itector nnd (limit York returned from Pli extended visit "with friends nenr Klrkavllle. IClmer lleeter of Iouls-ll- e has been visiting friends and relatives nt Climax this week. ('has. I'orsy'.liu If heme again with his parents. He has been working in n Virginia coal mine the past few The of child months. little Chns. Wilson died a few days ago and was laid to rest In the New Hom cemetery. Tho bereaved parents have the deep sympathy of nil their many Sam Hose bought a fine friends. milk cow of J. II. Chnstcen of John-ett- a a few days ngo for. thirty-fiv- e dollars. (lAl'I.DV. Parker (Inuley. Jan. ('. Uov. I). filled IiIh regular appointment at K"d In trill. Sunday. J. 0. llulloek is ery poor health. Claience Hiward Is sick this week. -- Hev II. L. I'ond- - Fertile Northwest Y 11 Northern Pacific Ry ct t Onward, Christian Soldiers. I 1 - ; I g ' per-isl- 1 J j j , -r- j -- llre. laron. n '0,0 ls For-war- d ban-ner- s be-ca- ; -- I ' -' TJtTf - ?! 1 -- v. 1 r Courier-Journ- al r For 1913 ) You can not keep posted on current I j T fT events unless you read the WATTERSON, j ' A Democrat President GET Has been elected, and an era of Prosperity has set in. WEEKLY Mr. j BEREA TELEGRAPH SCHOOL THE CITIZEN Both One Year for $1 .50 $1.00 a year. Mli-sc- s Regular price of Weekly We can also ,t 'vo Oi-o- . - R.-v- make a special rate on Daily in combination with The Citizen of $4.00 if taken advantage of this month or next. ' 11 l To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to The Citizen, Not to vlol-bu- rd pr 1 --