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J. t. iNconronATKii 1 AULKNKR, Manager COLLEGE KY OFFICE Devoted, to tla.e Iritoreate of ttie Vol. XIV. kThe H Citizen ffo-LuitCLl- Knowledge It powtr aad tk to keep up with aedtra knowledge it to read feed newspaper. wy n DPeojple Osa Dollar year. No. 30 Fifty-nin- Pite cents a copy, BEREA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 23, 1913 Home Rule Passed Irish Home Rule, which La been a subject of debate (or more than a generation In Of oat llrltnln, Is to bo rallied at last, thn Homo Itulo Hill having passed the House o( Commons, tho 16th, by a voto of 367 to 257. The measure Is to bo presented to the House of Lords where It will likely the be defeated. Hut Inasmuch as Lords have been curbed In their pow-e- r, not being allowed to exercise veto power any longer, the measure will ultimately go Into effect regardless of their voto. There Is xreat opposition to thn measure In Protestant sections of Ireland, where copies of the bill were burned and threats of revolution made. However, Inasmuch as the bill provides for tho protection of relig ious equality It Is thought Hint the oppotloii will subside. H parable YOUNG MAN was planning his career. His heart was swelling with great thoughts of world's peace conferences, international arbitration leagues, hospitals where humanity 's most terrible bodily ills could be fought, and many another scheme for "uplifting the race;'" but when he actually began to work, all he could find xvtts hungry children, toiling mothers, discouraged An Official e Years Senator Cullom. of tho United States Senate, whoso term of office will expire, Mar. 4th, and who was defeated In the Illinois Primaries last fall, who Is now past clghty-threhas held office for fifty-nin- e years. He was four years In the Legislature tf Illinois, six years In the Lower House of Congress, eight years Governor ff his state, and will have completed e, thirty years In the United States Senate when ho retires. Senator Cullom's fame will rest upon his champloiiRhlp of one mcosuro most likely, for the passage of which he must havo tho credit the Interstate Commerce Law. The Senator was born In Wayne County, Kentucky, but so far as wo know doea not boast of his place of blrtb. Great Scientific Find missing link Is deThe clared by English Scientists to ha been found In a dried up pond In Hus-se- x County, last, summer, announcement not having boen made earlier owing to the fact that search was conthe tinued for different parts of Okctiton, a thorough study of the e man being mode skull of the meanwhile by the scientists. Darwin Is now vindicated, It Is 'said, In his theory, that has gradually been adopted by scientists of all countries, that the human race was evolved from the lower animals thru ape-lik- tho apo, there being three skeletons now In exlstcnco that bridge the chasm that Darwin found the Heldle- burg man, the Java man and tho pres ent flnd.whlch will possibly be known as the first Ilrlton. The markings of tho skull an said to show an un mlstakable connection both with the npo and with man as he Is now knowiv As to tho date of his first existence, tho gravel In which he was found es Is Faid to nave boon deposited varly as tho Pleistocene age which existed from several hundred thoua and t" a million years ago. WORLD'S WONDERS On 3 wo arc publishing bu article by Prof. K. D. Ho", Jr., on "Tho Seven Wonders of The World," No Innings In Diplomatic Fight in Indications that Turkey London which orglnnlly apieurcd In a SyraWill Yield, However-O- ne Hundred cuse taper. Starve to Dsath in England During Prof. Rod was one of the number the Year. asked by Popular Mechanics to select tho seven w aiders of the modern PAT STANDING ALLIES world and dissented fnmi the view have The eaco plenlotentlarles put forth by tho Mngnzlne that seven had no meetings during the last week slnglo wonders should be numed, rather that they would lie though they did not leave London so complex, each embracing n number of .Tho points of difference wcro will grent that a resumption of the dls wonders, and In his nrtlelo It 'be found that In one case, lor In- cusslons seemed useless. The rr presen- stance tho second Modern Conquest tatlveo of tho Pcwers, a kind of ad of Tho Planet he enumerate twen- vlsory council, tcok matters In hand, to ty distinct constituent wonders. however, and addressed a note Tlila nrtlelo was sent to The Citi- the Porto advising tho Turks to aczen several months ago, and we are cede to tho demands of the allies. so tardy In Its This note callol forth a bitter state' Norry to have publication. However, as we know-tha- t ment on tho part of the Turkish Hep nearly every one has tome retv ntntlvy to Germany, who Is In knowledge of tho seven wonders ef Londcn, In which ho upbrnldH tho tho ancient world, wo bvllevo Prof. IVwero for their want of consistency, Itoc'n outline' of the modern world's calling nttentlon to their statement wonders will provo of Internet, and four months ngo that present boundwe ask for It tho careful study it aries would remain Intact whatever deserves. tho result of tho war. Of course, Pmf. I too Is well known In Berea, when the statement wns made Europe having made ub a memorable visit thought the Turks would he the vicIn 1910, taking away with him one of tors In tho struggle und It likely tho most loved members of the Facul- meant that the Powers would not alty, Mi Robinson, as Mrs. Hoe. low any extension of Turkish terri tory In Europe, though It can bo eaol- NEW FORM FORiEWS ly seen that the Turks might apieal to It now In their predicament. We rail attention this week to the A further result of the note .f extension of our plan to present cer- the Pcwers wns tho announcement In tain Items of news under double Constantinople that n meeting of the column heads. Our attempt has been National Assembly has been called to to add to tho attractiveness of each dlscusc the situation. This Is taken to ago by these double heads and nt menu that Turkey may accede to all tho same time present some of the the demands of the allies, even to most significant occurences of the the giving up of Adrlnnople and the week In a condensed and very readAegean Inlands, the calling of tho able form. Several of our readers Assembly being only the shifting of last week noted tho beginning ef responsibility in order to prevent u the change and expressed their appreciation. We hopo to contlnuo this , cabinet crisis. On the other hand, an ultimatum form. has been dispatched from the allies to tho Ottoman Government, giving THE LAST OF THE LIMBERLOST It fourteen daya In which to make u favorable reply to their demands. We nro running our last InstallAt the same time tho four Govern ment of "The Girl of tfio Llmber- ments have delegated to Dr. S. Dan- Iost" this week, If wo aro able to leader of tho llulgarliiu delega ....... . ..... . I. ...!. I... JH"h" " WIHIIIWHWIIUIIB iview, lilt' tion, discretion to break off all iiiuui popular feiory ever printed m negotiations und resume tho wnr nt Tho Citizen; even more popular than uny moment. Freckice." With many of our read In scmo circles Germany Is blamed wo are eorry that It 8 ended, ers for the prolongation of tho deliberabut another good story is coming, tions and Turkey's refusal to come full announcement of which will be to terms, and In Italy Austria. is mado next week, "Hoth Sides of The blamed. Shield,' by President Taft's former ENGLAND'S SHAME niu. ainjor Archibald W. llutt. It is A Government bulletin recently isa Southern lovo story. sued In London announces that one hundred poiuous nre known to have CONTENTSJF THIS ISSUE died of starvation In England during tint lost ytar, 14 of tho deaths hav-lu- g PAGE ONB WORLD HEWS with such great thoughts. Walking alone one day he met a strange little man who had an "peep show," and xvho offered him a sight. Weary with his thoughts he sought diversion. The first sight was of a man turning a small sluice gate, a very petty business, as it seemed, but sandy wastes became covered with fruit and homes. He looked again and saw a man dying, almost alone, in the heart of a savage continent; throwing his life away one might have said. But following his work came the Cross, and la:o and life. He looked once more, and saw only a land of violence and distress, and a babe in a manger, and wondered why any one should spend time on such a scene. ' A window in the farther side of the stable was opened, and through it he saw the culture of modern times, nations at peace, and in the distance the beautiful city of God. In an instant the man and show were gone, and in their place was a tittle shivering child, looking into a baker's window and crying. He suddenly renumbered that it was Christmas Eve, and taking the little one in his arms he entered the path of humble service. old-fashioned fathers. These things seemed too small for one UNITED STATES NEWS IN OUR OWN STATE No Cabinet Officers Stlected A Little Twelve Indicted for Perjury Taylor Indian War Thrsatsned-Do- ort Not County Payt its Debts-Attor- ney Open to Criminals To Compete General Blames Legislature With Parcels Post Laaves Estate Consolidated in Jackson to Widow Fusion In Tennessee Railroad Extension in Harlan. Pa-pa- rs -- fl. Eugene Cbomson. ISN'T IT PLAIN? That an indifferent mau is a doomed man. That people who hunt for faults seldom find anything else. That the man who goes out to meet trouble n ill only have a short walk. That good works are the evidence of salvation, not the condition or the nieaus. Thnt tliPre are plenty of people who aro very pleasant while they can have their own way. That most of rani's letters were written from piison and yet he never wrote a lino that had a groan in it. That the devil could never get a follower if he couldn't make a foundation of sand look as safe as a solid rock. That there are men who ask God to lead them in many things who trust to their own judgment in politics. Selected. NO GROUND FOR ELATION Announcement was made from Frankfort a few days ago that the deficit in the state's finances had been decreased since November 30th The outstanding warrants at tbut time ainouuted by $1,012,358,113. to 12,121,032 2, with $434,83(5.21 in the Treasury, while at the pree-ctime there are $71K),371(.U1 in the Treasury. On the face of these figures it might be supposed that the state's financial condition is not ns alarming as the press of the state has mado it appear within the last six weeks. But The Evening Post, in an editorial, Saturday, shows that tho present decrease in the deficit does not really mean that the state's finances for the year are in any tatter condition than former reports indicated. The decrease is due to tho fact that most people pay their taxes just before the penalty is imposed, December 1st, and these taxes are turned in to the state Treasury during the month of December. Aud while they have come in Htilliciently witbiu this month to make the announced reduction in the deficit, there will not be sufficient receipts hereafter to continue the reduction or hold the deficit at its present figures, and so, by the end of the year, the state will be something like two millions in debt. The great need is a complete overhauling of the state's tax system. This would necessitate a special session of tho Legislature, which tho Governor is averse to calling. Possibly he is wise. Legislatures are expensive, and not even exerienced Governors can always succeed iu gettiug only good results from their delilKrations. Could there be any significance iu the fact that the linilroad Commission nnnoiinced ita abandonment of the fight for an increased assessment of the Railroad properties simultaneously with the discovery of the momentary lessening of the strain upon the state Treasury? If so, either tho Itailrouds have been unjustly harrassed aud persecuted or the Commission is untrue to the trust imposed upon it. Equity and not expediency is the only justification of an increased assessment, and, if equitable, it can not bo relinquished. ut TWELVE INDICTED Tho Clark County grand Jury has returned twclvo indictments against Give Away. witnesses testifying In the Callahan conspiracy As reported In trials. PRESIDENT ELECT DENIES President elect Wilson at liU Tho Citizen last week the conspiracy for home In Princeton, N. J., last Satur cases were postponed, In order day d"nled that hc had come to any the grand jury to take up the accusadecision as to the personel of his tions of perjury against the witnesses. cabinet, and declared that hc had Each of the twelve persons swore not consciously conferred with any that ho met and siioke to Doc Smith and Andrew Johnson In Jackson on prosiiectlve candidate. the day that former Sheriff Callahan INDIANS MAKE WAR was shot. They will be tried Imme Fifty Uto Indians have left their diately. tu Colorado and are reservation TO PAY ITS OLD DEBTS fortifying themselves In the mounTaylor County, Kentucky, has had tains, defying the sheriff, who wants to arrest one of their number for an lndebtednecb of something more wounding a sheep herder. The state than $137,000 hanging over It for old railroad mlllta may bo called out to bring about twenty jears the people voted upon themthem to terms. selves. Theso bonds became very un- EXCLUDE UNDESIRABLES iwpular, and so the county has been The government officials at New without a sheriff for many years, be York refused last week to allow E. cause no one would qualify and underLonF. Myllus, who was convicted in take to collect tho taxes to pay oft don of libeling King George V, servtho indebtedness. Now, owing la ofing ten months In prison for that prosperous conditions, It hab been fense, to land, upon tho ground that decided to liquidate the bonds, and he Is nn undesirable Immigrant. His a tax rollector will bo appointed for deportation was ordered. purpose. of Venezuela, that Castro, BLAMES LEGISLATURE In his contention has also lost Tho Attorney General last week tho court, and will likely have to seek a more hospitable country for In a court brlet states that tho legis lators knew the condition of the such as he. state's finances, when they voted TO TERMS AT LAST Tho Express Companies, which Cy appropriations at the last session. Tho their lobbies for years prevented the filing of the; hrlec Is the state's de- passage of any Parcels Post Law, are fenso against J W. Newman, Commissioner of Agriculture, In o which now coming to terms, the Company announcing that It will tho Commissioner sought to hav e tho inaugurate rates to compete with the State Treasury stamp a warrant for Parcels Post at once and expressing $30,000, appropriated for the State tho belief that the other companies Fair, as interest bearing. The Attorney General claims thai will do likewise. The Southern Express Company declares that It will tho money waa not appropriated acmaintain Its present rates, however. cording to the Constitution or according to law, Inasmuch as It would REID'S ESTATE Tho late Ambassador Whltelaw cause the state to Incur an Indebted Reld'a fortune la estimated at some- ness above the legal limit. ONE PAPER FOR JACKSON thing like twenty millions, tho whole The Jackson Times and Breathitt of which is left In the hands of his wlfo who Is made executrix by his County News have been consolidated, will without bond. The will was made and from henceforth will appear as In 1S94 and expresses the hope that one paper under the names "Jackson the his son Odgen Reld might succeed Times." The fcrmer editor of to tho control of tho New York Tri- Times, R. C. Music, will continue to be editor, and Mr. S. S. Crane of bune. tho News will bo associated with him. FUSION IN TENNESSEE R. R. EXTENSION IN HARLAN Tho fusion forces have won In tho Tho Wasloto and Black Mountain Tennesseo Legislature, aud former Governor Patterson who hoied to go Railway of the Louisville and Nash-vtll- o system Is reported to bo surto tho United States Senate, reallz- - j Ing that ho wns defeated, withdrew veying a branch line from Harlan to tho from tho race. Judgo M. T.. Bryan, ,i tho mouth of Martins Fork on former Kentucslan, his been endorsed Cumberland River, to tap tho cool fields of that region. Continuedon I'agt Flvt .Fox be-toWells-Far-g- Canal Slides Brandt Pardoned Sued for Divorce Oarrow Face Court Again Bath Tub to YOU'RE IN oonY buy an OLIVER TO YOURSELF IF YOU DEBT PAY UP! Gospel Meetings Close Great Interest Continued Even Thru Last Service Nearly Three Hundred Express Desire to Enter Christian Life. It is Bin." James Editorials. Ntws of tho Week. (IohikI "Meetings Cloee, PAGE TWO. occurred In London ami .p0 In thn Provinces. In most of tliu cases death was duo to disease which was raused by want or exposure. In n few liistanc s, they wero receiving old ago pen sions, niiil in pjiiio cases te- llef. In other Instances applications were made for relief when it was too out-do- Editorials. True Lincoln Story. PAOE THREE World's Wonders. Polly'a Message. Quiet Hour. PAGE FOUR Locals. PAOE FIVE Tho Kitchen Cabinet. PAOE SIX Serial Story. PAOE SEVEN aro Dolug. PAOE EIGHT EaBtern Kentucky News. What HOya Tho Gospel meetings closed Sunday night with over forty responding to the appeal for seekers after God. of Throughout, tho addresses wen' high order. That they wero w.'ll appreciated was shown by the fact late. that tho great chaie was jacked every night witli an audlencu that Are you In earnest? Seize this showed intense Interest. Wo cannot very minute. What you can do or hero follow tho sermons given 'n think you can, begin It. Goethe, detail, but thcro was a logical and a clear presentation of the fundamental truths of tho GosYOUR DATE LABEL pel , cn which all Christians aro If you don't watch your date label, ngreed. you may miss a number of The CitiTho addrcsu of each evening was zen. Remember It stops now on ex- summed up In a motto over the rospiration of your subscription. Look trum. They wore as follows: at the dato following your name and "To him therefore that knoweth uont neglect to send In renewal. to do good, and doeth it not, to him y, t: 17. ''God aud I n.ay be friends." "Wo aro saved to serve." "God's law Is lovo." "Whole-hearte- d Christians win." "God is love." "God has a ilan for me." "Tho new life begins with prayer." "God offers : accept." Tho bermon each night was followed by a direct appeal for "seekers." It was mado very plain that coming forward, and taking tho preacher's hand was not conversion, but that It Indicated a purpose, however, to seek tho Pearl of Great Price. That thetso anneals fell upon attentive ears was shown by tho largo uumber who responded. Very nearly three hundred No raaa really likes .to b ia 'debt even to himself, and as we are not charging you any thing for thia advice and it's good advice, and "straight" at that why not talu """OLIVER PLOWS THAT AWE were mado with your own especial need in view. Th Oliver People had their factory expert down hero for months finding out just what it is you require ia thtt plow line. "BUILT FOR SERVICE" NOW WE HAVE THE PLOWS. R. H.CHRISMAN, The Furniture Man c Page Two. THE CITIZEN FINE SCHOOL BUILDIK6 FOI January 23, 1913. The Citizen A Urging Repeal of Canal Toll bt Bill THE. SPELL OF BE.AUTY HAZARD family newspaper for ill that It right, true and Interesting. rublWiol ery Thurlay at flerra, Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incnrpnrat1) J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Managar. Subscription Ratos rAVAIlI.K IN ADVANCK One Yar . . Hit Month . Three Monlh 1 1. 00 No better evidence of (ho nature of tho prosptrlty that lias struck Hazard and Perry County could bo given than Is furnished by th" nnnotinccment that tho little city 20,0O0.(3 In shortly to uiwo a flno graded school building. Tho credit for this splendid undertaking Is duo to local Initiative al- U In tho January American Magazine Brand Whltlock, Mayor of Toledo, 0., begins a serlos of personal reminiscences. Tho first article Is tntltled, "A Uoj- - and His Grandfather." Fol lowing Is the story of an experience Whit-lock- 's with Abraham Lincoln that grandfather had. It Is hard to net having goii" Into effect, recently, 'conceive of a man being kinder nnd uiMni.R or Under this net, n bounty of thirty ' gentler to nnother than Lincoln was chllllngs, or J7.C0, will be paid to tho In this case: parents nt tho birth of every child, "My grandfather, Mr. Urand, how-0e- r, as well ns a sickness benefit during did not go with his regiment the period of tho mother's Illness. to the West. Ho had been transferred to tho Commissary Department, and My lottl, what hast thou done for ho remained with the Army of tho TRUSS ASSOCIATION. KHNTUCKY God? Potomac until the close of tho war, Loo; o'er thy misspent years and iandlt was on some detail connected see. A GOOD SUGGESTION with his duties In thnt department Sum up what thou hast done for that, In 1S03, ho went Into Washing-i In a recent Issue of tho Mammoth God, ton and had tho Interview with l'rvsl-- 1 Cavo '.Magazine Is an Interesting artiAnd then what God hath done for dent Lincoln I so much liked to hear cle by Mr. Denny II. Goode entitled Thee. Kaber. him tell about. It was not in tho f "One Hundred Thousand Miles j courso of hls military duty that ho Hospitality." A THRIFT SUGGESTION. went to see the Comiiiander-lu-chleWhen reading this tltlo wo wonderThe slot machine, which In this coun- whatever thoso duties were they ed what It could mean, but soon saw try everywhere la In evidence, la al- wero quickly discharged at the War the point. Mr. Goode's suggestion Is most unknown In France. Department, co that, In tho hours Why? rethat Kentucklans contlnuo their Because the Frenchman sarea hli of freedom remaining to him before putation for hospitality by planting, he went back to tho front, he did along the one hundred thousand miles centimes one by one until he has what everyono likes to do In Wnsh- enough to buy a rente, a government of roads In tho State, beautiful simile bond. It may not be for a large lngton, ho went to seo tho Presl- alternating with mount, trees, but there It Is. principal ana ' dent. Hut ho went In no military cnti- Irult and nut ttccs, to tako the place Interest, to him and hla forever. inclty; he went rnther In that polltl- along our country of tho urld And we? . roads. Wo as a people believe pennies were It 12 a beautiful picture ho draws made for Immediate distribution. No j of tho delightful coolness along the ' eooncr do we get them, If we do Dot i ' Among tho many present day move-tha- n stretches of country road, hedged buy editions of the evening papers. . we patronize the slot machine. m by tno sturuy walnut, the graceraents for tho uplift of humanity none We must be rid of oar cents. ful chestnut, the silver tinted beech, flBuro moro lar6ciy Ulan lhe World s n,0t HVe,mVh the spreading elm, the massive oak Christian Citizenship Conference lo heIJ ,n b and the kindly apple tree. on. Juno ' chewing The hospitality Is to come in two drinking cup or what not which the f9 l Jul' - lyl3. wlll '8 command- long machines everywhere vend. Tho de- - '"6 th! attention of leaders of Chris- forms: to tho traveler, the stretches of shado will certainly make Ire la to disseminate small change. thought nnd action the world , Han over. On tho program of this eight a hospitable Impression, and then We are a nation of penny pushers. ho might be allowed to gather as We care nothing evidently for email , day Conference there are to bo nt much as his pockets would hold of coins. "There are localities In the wewt least ono hundred of the world's apples, peaches, pears, cherries, plums, where the penny Is held In contempt. ablest statesmen. Kvery organization grapes and all kinds of berries without All commodities, even the newspapers, In tho world, and cspeclall) In our being considered a thief. Only when are 5 cent. own country, looking toward the upThrift? he employed a basket or wick lift of humanity Is entitled to repre- would the law be Invoked to restrain ,1- a. the French understand It. station in this world assembly delehim. Again, the Kuropean custom word government wants ready there are thousands of French might be adopted. If ho Is a city dwel- When the needs only offer a loan ex- gates appointed to attend It and money It ler ho might purchase the prospective pressed In small denomination. In althousands still are certain to fruit of the tree and tag It In the most every case the loan la oversub- be nppolnted. Fully twenty thousand blooming ttru?, and that tag would scribed the first day It Is offered. are expected to bo In attendance. he a warning to every other passerWe spend our pennies; the French Aniong the- problems to be discussed by that Its harvest Is already paid save them and buy bonds. at tho Conftrcnco nre peace and War. In France every girl, however, ham. i,ltcn,IM,ranc0 socialism, Capital and for and Is no lenger for common use. This Is a cplecdld and generous ble, when married has her "dot. her Idea It would prove a welcome gift little marriage portion. It Is tho ag- snvlnp of small from this generation to tho next, emmte of enreful The cutler's expression for a good pocket knife is that it has a coins. and Tho Citizen frankly endorses it Pood walk and talk, meaninp thr hlnrfi will rW. o o and will coopcrato In any movement thrifty and the most contented people with a snap. Thomaston pocket and jack knives not only are noted In that direction. In the world. With an absurdly small for their walk-an- d talk but also for their workini canacitv: the v cut holding of an- - acre or two of land they isiiiic, Buy ii unu uc nannv. inomiiion knivtt willr are Independent. talk, and work. zAt the BISHOP USSHER AND THE Store, or your regular store. Wo waste more than we save. None just as good. GEOLOGIST Noting tho disposition of the average American to push pennies Into slot Tho chronological references found machines, a recent writer among ns on tho margin or many Bibles (thoush makes this suggestion; not In nil) a.-- believed to have been Why not each of us own his own tho work of Bishop Ussher, a prelate machine? Why not? of tho Irish Church who lived In the nero Is tho opportunity for reducing sixteenth century, and who was a famous authority on Bible history. the high cost of living, or the cost of Taking the year 1 A. D. as his point high living. Place a slot machine near your front door, so that morning and of departure, he reckoned backwnrd evening an you go out and In you may In Blblo hlstcry ns far as his u til Ire your copper cents. seemed to warrant, nnd hla Think It over. Even If you do not calculations wero given, not as au- Install tho machine tho suggestion may thoritative or as a part cf tho Blblo put you in the way of thriftier habits. In any senso, but aa helps to Blblo Quit patronizing the slot machines fctudy. Tho Bible Itself fixes no date and begin patronizing yourself. for the creation, but simply taya Winds of ths Maditarrantan. (In Gon. 1: 1), "In tho beginning God Prevalent winds In tho Meditercreated." Later revelations In tho ranean are tho northeast lorm of ancient monuments, Inscrip- called tho bora cold tho warm wind and and tions, etc., havo shown tho fallacy of moist southeast wind called the siUsshor's computations, and they aro rocco. now generally discarded. Geology has OXK-WATho bora occurs both In cyclonic and SPRING COLONIST TICKETS ON proved that tho antiquity of In tho flrst SALE DAILY MARCH 15 TO APRIL 15, 1913 to conditions. tho points In Western Montana, Idaho, Washington, world nnd of the human race extends ense tho depression lies In the MediterOregon, British Columbia. countless ngc3 back of Ussher'a fig- ranean or lu tho Adriatic, and tho ROUND TRIP HOMKSKKKKKS' TICKKTS ON ures. Thero Is here uo conflict of sci- weather Is usually rulny In the secSALIC 1st and 3rd Tl'ICSDAYS EACH MONTH to ence nnd tho Blblo, although many ond chho tho bora Is tnca'ly restricted many points In the Northwest L'nlltd States and to the coastal districts and Is very viohavo so supposed. Canada. Long limit ami ntopovers, Tho Christian lent and gusty. Tho greatest velocity Travel on the .Horald. observed nt Trieste wns eighty-fou- r tulles nn hour. During gusts tho veLIGHTINBjTHE PANAMA CANAL locity exceeds 100 miles nn hour. Tho Mrocco nlso occurs both In cyclonic and connecting lines, to As the completion of tho canal and In the conditions. draws near, luteiest In tho vast con- former case the rainfall lu tho southMinnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, struction work mergea Into a great ern Adriatic reaches nbuonnnl ntnounts, Washington, Oregon, or to Manitoba, SaskatcheAarlety of dotalla which will bo nec- nnd nenr tho gulf of Cnttaro one of the wan, Alberta, Dritisli Columbia. essary to Its operation. For tho tint wettest spots In Kuropo Is to be found. Will send free illustrated literature about the NorthThe nntlcyclonlc sirocco, caused by time, says tho February Popular Mewest United States and full Information about Northhigh pressure east nnd southeast of ern Pacific ratet of fire and service promptly upon chanics Magazine, In an illustrated the Adriatic, Is the more violent of the request. It Costs you nothing. Write today. Article, two great oceans will ho two, nnd Is only occasionally accomconnected by un unbroken avenue of panied by J, C. EA TOX, 'J'ravtling Immig. Agent, 40 ;'. 4th Si. , Cincinnati, O. rain, brilliant lights, through which tho world's commerce will pass, for thl3 Did Shsl "Do you know anything about hypcanal will be In servlco every hour Peculiarity of Cholera. during every day In the year. Llko notism?" nsked tho Huffy haired girl of Novel Reading and Intellect. Cholera was first recognized by the ttately sontlnelu standing at atten- her friend In tho pink linen gown. "One who reads all the new novels "Well," replied the llneu gowned one Portuguese In India aa far back aa tion, a doubl? lino of buoys, beacono the middle of the sixteenth century. an't be aald to have literary taste,'' and lighthouses will enable the pilots as alio held up her left baud to display It has the peculiarity of following a says the Philosopher of Folly, "y0o to safely follow tho zigzag courso fro 4 a sparkling solitaire to better advanroute, with a profrtM might aa well boaat that you had aa tage, "you cau Judge for yourself." Atlantic to Pacific. Juat equal to that of an areraf Jouf Intellectual feast when you had calvaef Judge. hralna for supper," My 00 foot. I grand-latherI f; a quick-growing, or I!preM Mnnrjr Send monerhjr Order, ttrafl.'RrgUtetKl Letter, or one and two cent ftmp. The Jte niter )onr mine on lall nhowa to what itme your titlnct iptlnn In pahl. K It U not city. chanrnl within three neek niter renewal notify ua. Ml mini number will le gladly supplied If we NEW FORMJOFJNSURANCE ire notified. Liberal ternn Riven to any who obtain new Gp'nt Ilrllalu is taking the bad inscriptions for iu. Any one aendlnK in four yearly milncrlptlout ran receive The Cltlren free In the matter of tho caro of her forhiinitelf for one year Advertising rate on application. citizens, tho new national Insurance together. Tho Hazard Herald In Its Issue of January 9th, presents tho architects cut of tho building along with a description. Tho structure us nny outlined would be a credit to Sentiment Is growing thruout tho however, take tho view that tho Inw country In favor of tho reprnl of la In ronfllct with tho treaty nnd way to rid ourselvso of ,tho recent act of Congress, exemptthnt the ing American coastwlso vessels from the humility which Is sttro to follow Panama Canal tolls. Many urge tho irf to speedily repeal the act. This repeal, nt the snmc time declaring sentiment Is rapdlly growing lit Conthat tho law Is not In conflict with gress, nnd there Is but little doubt Treaty, and main- thnt tho law will bo repealed. Or, if tho taining our right to do as wo not, thnt tho mntter will bo taken be- with cur own mntters. Another nrgu foro the Hacito Court for nrliltnitlrm ment Is that our coastwlso trade does where It Is generally conceded wo will not need cuch a subsidy. Many other,.. lose. pli-ns- e Mlwional. SUNMrSOIOOL The whole office sat up nnd took notice when lleglna O'Kane camn to fill the vacant Job as prlrate secretary to tho manager. Hie chief clerk O. flEM.Erifl. bought three new ties that same (Br R. Dprtmfnt Th Dlwtor Mucxlr afternoon. The Junior mombor of the stitute of Chlcsco.) m,t ptnk In his buttonhole and . Lesson of Er-n- ln Utble In- A NEW TRUE LINCOLN STORY wtes I World's Citizenship Movement " ZfnafJVar 6- ' , In the clean towel?Ta ed the '"P tnl capacity ho bo much preferred to soap cabinet on the wall of tho outer the military, and ho went aa to tho j office. Two of the errand boys wore chief he had so long known and lov- - '"covered In the storeroom polishing th,lr ,hoe' and ,he n""'8,,,I1t butT ed nnd followed un ins uonni. .tnugiuyi aim would bo his old friend Chnso iubvvu "It he a married man' Even the girl who who presented him to tho President, was the telcphono operator took on a but their conversation wns soon In- worried look and tended her threatenterrupted by tho entranco of tin tilde ed laurels anxiously. Tho two stenotho nrrllnl in the grapher Indies, being hopeless In the who announced White Houso grounds of nu Indiana lino of personal pulchritude nnd altoregiment passing through Washing- gether out of the running, occupied ton, which, as seems to have been themselves with verbal shafts. Altogether thing a took unite tho case with most regiments pass-In- g change In tho ottke, life from 9 a to f acquired an Aildi-i- andzest, llefore through the Capital, l speech from the President. And Linlong, howeter, there n a perceptible coln compiled, nnd us he rose to go change In the manager's literary out he nsked my g'tuidfnther to ac- stylo. That In to nay. his corresponcompany hi in, nnd they (ontlnued dence, nlwnys so conspicuously well their tnlk on tho way. Hut when they composed, his Kngllsh vnch n pattern stood In tho White Houso iortlco, of excellence, his vocabulary so richly vnrled, suddenly dropped Into the coin nnd tho regiment beheld the Presion words of one syllntilc st)le. him with Its lifted in dent and saluted "Whnt the deuce is the matter 's cheer, the aide stepped to in) with Woodson's tetter lately?" reside, nnd miieh to his thn-gri- n marked tho vice president, as he for he had been held by the casually scowled through tho filet. President while ho finished n story "He writes tike a second reader" "He does seem to have taken to told him that It would bo necessary for him to dtop a few pnees to tho the slmplo II fo as regards vocabulary," of "Sort rear. It was a little contretemps that agreed the President. as far ns lanturned vegetarian my grandfather, but Lincmbnrassed guage Is concerned. Ilnnlihed all the coln, with his flue nnd delicate permeat of composition, as It t strong ceptions, divined the whole situation, were. Hut have you remarked the and met It with n Limitless which Improvement In his disposition? No was so great n part of the humor nnd more grouches and em - not so many h iimnnm-sIn him. In' Kavlni" visits to the cafe downstairs, eh? "You see, Mr. Urand, they might Noticed It?" "Mighty girl that new not know which was the President.'" stenographer," the V. P. remarked, Irrelevantly, Incompetently and lav materially. I The otllco went on bnsklng In I.ibor, Immigration and Immigration, Reality's smile for a few weeks longer slight ripple occurred, Prison Iteform nnd Social Service, and then a owing to the vice president being an The Social Conscience nnd Personal altogether unsusceptible person with Character, Child Uibor, The Claims Investigatory tendencies, f Delinquents and Dependents upon I One beautiful blue Monday morning Society, Political Corruption, The when the manager was late, the vice WeOKly Hest Day, I.aws Affecting president dictated a letter to the fair Family Life Including mnrrliige nnd Heglna. "You may take It directly on dlvore?, and tho Helntlon of Public the machlno. Miss O'Kane," quoth Kducatlon to Morality and Hellglon. he. "it Is only a short one." World plans aro to bo adopted for tho "Gentlemen (Got that?! "We have yours of the 10th Inst. solution of the&o nnd other problems As you say. It may be an Idiosyncrasy kind. An authentic thUtory of their " (A what, did you say. Mr. of tho attltudo of the different counDlggar?)-- - (I said an Idlo you spell It tries of the world nnd their governwith two s's and only one c. Go on. ments towards these nnd other prob- please.) "An Idiosyncrasy on our lems Is ulo to bo prepared and pre- part to consider a scheme which (No, not kl, sented at this Conference. A speclnl seems chimerical effort Is to be mode to present tho but chl. Go on.) "chimerical to us, (What? attltudo of our own country and ita The consensus of opln It's sen not cen what was I government toward nil such problems. No. saying last? O, yes.) "The consensus Tho data thua 8"ctired together with of opinion In our office Is that there tho addresses delivered are to be Is not one scintilla of reason In the I printed for general distribution. (I said scintilla O. I say, Miss O'Kane, I'll Just write It out I I I J good-lookinI ' LESSON FOR JANUARY CAIN AND ABEL, LEMON aOI.DKN tits brother TEXT-OVn- 26. TEXT "Whoaoovrr lintsth Is a murlfrr." 1 John J:14. 4:MJ. In duo proems of tlmn and In obedlcnco to God'a command (Gen. 1:2S), Kto bora Adnm two sons, each a very different typ of manhood. Mothers ought to ponder upon tho words of Kvo, "I havo gotten a mnn with tho help of Jehovah," Parents should rcallzo that It Is Ood who aends them their children, e. g., by hla help, and It Is to him thoy must giro nccount for their nurture and upUpon reaching manhood bringing. ono, Abel, becamp a shepherd, and tho other, Cain, became a farmer. Tho dlfferenco In their characters, not their saaaw occupations, Is Illustrated by tho sao- plll rtflces thoy brought to offer unto God. Although It Is not recorded. It Is highly probablo thnt Ood hud commanded that there should bo an offering of blood, Sin had entored tho world and we are told In Hebrews and 10 10. 30, that only by tho shedding of blood Is there any remission of sin. Tho blood atonement may be repugnant to some superficial thinkers, but It Is not In tho sight of God. It Is God's way. It can be traced In the early traditions of nearly every religion, Cain's Offering. Tho fundamental fault was really Had In Cain and not In his offering. Caln'a heart boen right he would havo made a proper sncrldcn that would have been acceptable In God'a sight. I. John S: 12. We aro told that Abel's offering was of faith. Heb. 114. and henco It was a more excellent sacrifice than that of Cain, for "without faith It Is Impossible to please God." The firstling of tho flock, tho lamb, was a type of that true sacrifice offered before tho foundations of the world, John 1 29 There Is anothor fundamental difference between these Cain's offorlng repretwo offerings sented the labor of his own hands and wns much moro pleasing to the eyes than that of Abel God's disrespect for Cain's offering was duo to sin. vv 6, "Sin crouch-etat the door" Hern sin Is pictured aa a wild beast lying at tho door nnd ready to spring upon him who first gives entrance God dealt In mercy with Cain, even though he did not accept of his offering, but Cain did not conquer the sin crouching at his door and thereforo tho terrible h denouement From the marglnnl reading (It. V.) of verse eight and also from the wo gather that Cnln Inveigled Abel Into tho country, having de liberately planned to wreak his von- Sep-tuagl- . In longhnnd and you can copy It." Mr. Woodson Is nlwnys satisfied with my work." began De.iuty, iwal .h" ' v. v. i. - , e , LOW FARES TO THE . Fertile Northwest ninnrv p.nrAtnri... 1,. 11 atitu uiiia j i nn v mcli n ...1.1 utiu the other day that after all, simple words were the best. In fnct ho used to write his letters full of long ones, but he always changes them now to short ones that he says are more direct and to tho point, It's better for every one, he says and If you think - " "No I don't think. Thank you " And the V. P. bolted very much from tho room, leaving Beauty watering the typewriter with her tears. When the Manager arrived a little later the V. P. called him In end told him about It. "I see It all now, plain as day," he said, "She IS lovely, but suppose I'd tried her on innuendo' nnd 'psychological.' Hay, put an 'ail.' In tho papor quick under Help Wanted Female and get ono that can apell. Nevor mind tho looks. Giro this ono a week's pny and have her fired she's N ult, "?."' . I,, '..?. ,? 7 Y c "Mr. Blggar," began tho mnnager In Arctic accents, "Mr. lllggur, you may savo yoursolf the trouble of doing so unpleasant a thing. Miss O'Kuno will be leaving nt the end of the weok, to bo married, sir TO ME!" Philippine Gold Mines. In 1907 the amount of gold mlnod In tho Philippines was 4,540 ounces, and up to Juno of that year 1.C01 lode claims and 533 placer claims had been filed, Hllvcr Is as yet practically a negllghlo quantity (83 ounces mined in I'JOTJ. All tho Iron yet produced from ono fumaco (436 ahort conies tons last year), and tho methods are very crude. I Northern Pacific Ry c well-denne- A New Napoleon Statu. Gen, Nlox recently discovered In the Stato statue repository a bronze statuo of Napoleon I, by Seurre, of which tho Invalldes only possesses a plaster replica. Work was couuneno-e- d In tho courtyard of the InraJldea on the removal of the plaster statue, fact that wo aro keepers of our brothwhich was to be replaced by the ers aa we dual with tho sins of tho day. The missionary appeal can welt bronze original. Pari be emphasized In connection with this lesson. Tho development of habits Only a Few Times. "Only a few time more for theco," from the aeod thought comes logically we say to ourselves. "Of thoaa tow In this connection. But bo aure to aged veteran some will surely b emphasize tho mercy of Ood and salvation through tho Blood of the Lamb, gon nut Memorial Day." our Lord Jesus Christ. gennco upon him. It being Impossible In the placo where the aac- rfico hod been offered. Caln'a anger, not only against Ood, but against his brother whom Ood had acceptod, la evidenced today by tho way tho world hates those whom God nccepts, John 15:19. Cain slew Abel because his own works hnd hern ovll and thoso of his brother righteous, The Old, Old Question. ' Ood gave Cain an opportunity to confess his sin (v 9). Sen I. John 11:9. subsided Cain As passion "snw," and "heard," eve'n though h lied while trying to escape a Just punishment. God'a startling question has been ringing down through theso t ages, "Whero Is thy brother?" Broth, oppressed, urs are being wronged, cheated! nnd defrauded, Brothers aro being lost for whom Christ died, In dustrial oppression, "man's Inhumnnl; ty to man," nnd tho "blood of righteous Abel," shnll be. Is being, nnd has been required of tho nntton, tho nge, yea tho individual. Cnln saw his ll wns detected nnd so tried to excuso himself, Millions havo repented hi weak excuso, "Am I my brother's keeper?" And God has thunderod back the reply, "Yes." Wo aro debtors to all. Tho penitence of Cnln was not over his guilt, but rnther over tho degrco of his punishment, vr, 13. 14. Murder always demands vengonnco. Note, however, the marginal reading, "mlno Iniquity Is greater than can be Thank God wo havo a media-to- r of a bettor covenant, Heb. 12:21. Cain madn a mistake In assuming that God could bo localized In ono plnco and that ho who must beconio a wanderer In tho laud, "tho first colonist," would of nocesslty bo separated from Qod's protecting enro. Thero was tho added fear of himself being slain; "how doth consctonco mako coward of us all." Wo thoroforo seo In this lesslon, I., The Sons, vv. 1 2; II., Tho Sacrifice, vv. 3, 7; III., tho Slam Brother, vv. 810; IV., Tho Sontonco, vv. IMS. For tho youuger puplln cmphaslm Jealousy and Its developments. Tho I to do so j Pre. 1 - January 23, 1913. THE CITIZEN. Page Three. DOES DOMESTIC SCIENCE PAY? How II NAMES WORLD'S SEVEN WONDERS 2. Ilrooklyn bridge. 3. Andean and Transalbcrtan Hallways. I. Pannmn and Suez canals, C. Assouan Dam and modern dams and dykes, 0. Concrete, POLLY'S Parrot Acts as MESSAGE Progressed In Warren 7. Mining. 8. Eiffel Tower.) G, Discovery of America. and 6. Discovery of tho North Greatest) Sayt Prof. Roe, Consists In South Poles. Intellect That Produces Them. 7. Tho modern great city. 8. Scientific Agriculture, Including ANCIENT WONDER WAS SIMPLE and thetic eagerness. found you, sir, I've missed you more than I should like you to know." "How's Dorothy, uncle?" asked his nephew. The old man looked at him with pa- "HOLY OF OUT HOLIES" OF ' County Despite Opposition, ARE OVERCOME But the Modern Is Complex Various Conquests Are Mentioned by Syracuse Educator, J Arboriculture, 9. Modern Irrigation. 10. Steel and ntumlnum. FASHION fadvertWo "Holy of IIollcs" hut gone of fashion. Thero lire no any sanctities which the world I bound to respect, from tho hcil of birth to tlio bed of earth, mnti's life and oven woman's U fit subject for "copy" for the newspaper, the novelist nml tho professor It took nil tho power of tho Now Vork city pollco depart-raen- t to keep the photographer nway from tho reunion of tho Tltnnlc with their loved one. Moro than one bridegroom has proved hli prowesi by smashing a newspaper camera. In tho bright lexicon of today there li no luch word as reserve. That some of tho great Bcntlmcnta of llfo may be held In reverent Btlcnce la contrary to the prcicnt modo. It may heroine the fnahlon for men to In the "personal" column TUB col-log- e sur-Tlro- n Nothing nowadays "goos without Baying," Bo wo havo Mothers' daya, and everybody who lovet mother must wear a white carnation In his buttonholo, to the shame of tho rest of us who do not. If we aro to have a celebration and 'a society for every virtue, we shall have no time for tho exercise of these virtues, but mutt give ourselves to the Important business of keeping this admirable machinery going. Obviously, and Indisputably, If we have a Mothers' day we must also have a Fathers' day, for dad paya the freight, and makes possible the buying of flow-erthat adorn tho holiday. Also he fulfils various other useful functions, although It Is not greatly the vogue to talk about father. He Is merely back- love their wives. thnt they really a ground. Of course, and beyond question, If we give mother and father their due, we cannot go back on grandmother, bless her heart! Perhaps If we hire enough bands and adopt the right floral emblem the Wayfarer nominates the chrysanthemum, as at once the autumn of life and the unostentatious character of these special daya a Grandmothers' day will help restore to us the race of dear old women who we knew when we were young, and who are aver so much more desirable than the numerous massaged, pompadour-d- , tattor-made- , sophisticated, ladtea who awe us now at awagger restaurants and social fu notions. never-grow-ol- d g And shall we not have a Dig Bisters' day? Her day seems long In coming, and she tolls and sacrifices for the Kspectally would whole household. the Wayfarer Insist upon honoring her, a little later on In her career, by an Old Maids' day. This Is really essential to any equitable adjustment of tho scheme of things. Borne day an orator or epanylit will win Immortal fame by setting forth In terms tho office and works of tho Maiden Aunt, tho prop of dependent or selflsh parents, and tho slavo and guldo and friend of tho children of those parents. Thero Is a high seat In heaven Old Maid Aunt. In passing, let It be emphasized that there Is to be no honor ahown the Old Bachelor; he la deserving of no consideration whatsoever. He la the saddest word of tongue or pen. for the unhonored and uncommem-orate- d Resisting the temptation to extol the glories of a Faithful Lovers' day and a Husbands' day, and more particularly of a Wives' day (for to merge these Into Mothers' day and Fathers' day la to assume, modern fashion, that the standpoint of the children the supreme concern of matrimony), the Wayfarer moves on to Indicate the high importance of founding certain societies to commemorate tho cardinal virtues; since nowadays virtue seems not to be virtue unless It wears a badge, possesses a diploma and employs a press agent. The Wayfarer Is well aware that ho Is not a ptoncor In this project. It was but a few daya ago that the pastor of a largo church proposed In all seriousness that ho would like to give up his ohargo and dovote himself to establishing a Bocloty for the Promotion of Democracy. The dearth of associations for tho furtherance of the obvious probably had appealed to his progressive tnlnd. So tho Wayfarer haa contemplated the glorious futuro of a 1H)EB IX) U KHT I G SCIENCE PAY? Bocloty of Men Who Do Not Heat Wives; and of allied organlta- - system everywhere. Their If the work this tlons of Men Who Do Not Smoke, of year In the county tins cost something of the Vir- t)alt-- Kite's opportuulty that has come Devotees of tuous Company of Oentlemsn Who would pay the whole hill." Never Stay Out Late. "What do you mean?" "I mean that tho whole neighborhood The crude, unsocial, Is now Interested In tho child nnd will scheme of private virtue, mora care- see that she get a real education. And fully veiled than a Moslem lady, haa If that cotneit true Daisy will have persisted long enough, say we grown. More than that, the neighborfolk. The world baa struggled hood will hnve grown through doing along for several millenniums, cum- good for some one. I am certain that bering men and women with the bur- there are hundreds of Daisy Kites la den of responsibility for the cardinal the nooks and corners of the state moralities. Let us Improve upon Unls waiting to be touched by something by giving every virtue 1U correspond-ln- g vital In education. I don't mean the It paya to aiverUae. education that Ilea between the covert publicity. way with those hidden receeeee la of a blue back speller, a reader or aa bsauut haarUl Oat Into the Uase-Ug- arithmetic, but the education that le with the secret f holy plans! to the child because tt fit tm r tacbange. kuVa actlvlUe 1 ht as-pea- Prof. B. I), Hoe, Jr., of Syrnetix'J was one of those who University wero asked to select seven wonders balThe Good Work of Daisy Kite, Whc , of tho world from n prepared Mlot Bent out by Tho Popular Won a Fifty Dollar Prize For Allj echanic? Magazine. Hound txouence, a splendid Exam Prof. Hoc explained that ho pie of What Has Been Done. n moro comprehensive wny We may live without poetry, munlc and of looking nt tho problem, but the art; magazine declined to dovlnto from We rnny live without ronnclence, We nmy live without heart. tho plan It proponed and requested We limy live without frlcmln. that ho defer tho publication of his We ipny live without book. Hut clvllltril man cniinot live without kuggestlons until tho result of tho CUukH. balloting should bo announced. Prof. -- Meredith. Hoo's huggeetlon follows: The old feeling of "my father didn't "Tho ancient wonder was comparfarm t lint way" or "my mother didn't lenm to cook that way" Is tho most atively simple, Tho modern wonder dllllctilt thing to overcome In any old In very complex, niado up of numercommunity. Practically everything ous constltutent wonders united to thnt lina conic Into our schools In tho form n whole. Tho modem world is pnnt ban hnd n hard battle to wait? engaged In tho conquest of the earth nnd the, universe nnd In the solution of gigantic problems of progress for the human race, it Is prosolve ducing what Is essential to these problems. Its wonders nrc mere Incidents, niero means to an end. iif "Tho modern wonder consists tho myriad developments of bomc grand typo Idea. Uko 'Tho Modern Iibor Saving Machine,' or measures man's attainment lu the mastery of forces In thu domain of nature, or of his own spirit, like. 'The Modern Conquest of Electricity or 'Tho Modern Conquest of Man's Higher do Nnture. Tho greatest wonders not consist In material things produced, but In thu marvelous spirit and intellect of man that havo produced them. "Any enumeration of wonders which omlt3 to tako any account of the modern wonder of Christianity and tho DAISY KITK. civilization which has necessariSRaltiKt tliewe two phrases. Fortunate ly brought forth nnd itwhich has made ly here nnd there In the rural schools' the tcnchlug of Hewing nnd cooking has all modern wonders possible, would d to iy the gained a foothold, lu Warren county bo narrow and HiIh jenr the people were fortunate least, and lack tho greatest wonder enough to have a competent woman go of them all. from school to school with her cqulp-me"I havo tried to take n brond surIn a wagon and give some In- vey of tho modern world, in order to struction. every do justice to the claim of Naturally there was some grumbling sphere of Interest. Under each wonamong those who belong to tho "old der is enumerated a number, but school," the school that believes that "what wan good enough fur me ia good not all, of its representative constitenough fur my chlllun," but something uent wndcrs. To vote on seven happened when the school fair was Blmplo constituents Is not possible held tbla autumn. A number of prizes for me, nor is it fair. No wonder hail been offered for exhibits of needle should bo divided up against itself. work nnd cooking; also, a grand prize It gains In strength by keeping Its of $50 in gold to the girl allowing the constltutcnts together In tho whole. greatest amount of fine work In all By considering constituent wondeis claMes. Thin grand prize was awarded there would bo easily seventy modern to Daisy Kite. A soon na the award was made wonders. "Tho seven wonders selected are known, Minip outMlder asked "Where or la till girl that linn dono bo much not logically mutually exclusho or final, but furnish a suggesuplendld work, covering, xewlng, beat tion of tho way In which It Is been and line rake making'" A yiniatlietlo Kinlle flitted across n lieved tho problem ought to bo ap tencherV face a die replied, "Did you proached, and from such a considerarrc the parade downtown this morn tion one sees how fnr tho modern ItigT has advanced beyond the ancient "Yea. Why?" world. My siven wonders are: "Did you notice a Inmc girl with a I MODERN CONQUEST OK ELECface written over large with the word TRICITY, "Pluck?" That wan Daisy Kite. She 1. Telegraph. doc what tho others do. In npltc of 2. Telephones. the fact that she haa been on n crutch 3. Electric light. since ahe had n hip crushed when hc was three." 4. Dynamo. "Oh, her father In a farmer who rents c 5. power. somewhere out In the county here, and 6. Dnlsy had been going to the count r) 7. Ultra violet rays. It t Just school In the neighborhood. S. Electric transmission. a case that shows that sewing, cooking, 9. Electrlo traction. things, will pay in our school practical 10. Ocean cables. IK Wireless. 11 MODERN CONQUEST OF THE PLANET ON WHICH WE LIVE . Railways. 1!. Automobiles. 3. Si.yscrnpers. 4. Modern engineering n (t. and other tunnels nml subways. THE OLD IDEAS 11. Radium and new chemical fle- HienU. 12. Ocean liner. 13. Battleship. II. Submarine, 15. 10. 17. 18. 19. 20. nug-gost- and motor boat, Oeep sea diving. Gas balloon. Dlrltslblo bnloon. Aeroplane. .Mctcrological science and wnth-e- r Hydro-plan- e forecastr. CONQUEST OF LIGHT. 1. Giant telescope, (conquest of tho Infinitely great.) 2. Microscope, (conquest of the Infinitely small.) 3. Photography (terrestrial, tial, color, klnemacolor, 4. celes- Scctroscopo (spectrum analysis, nstrophj-Blcs.-) Tho telescope with Its conncited micrometer, spectroscopo nnd camera gives us the modern conquest of thu skies. IV 1. MODERN LAIIOR SAVING CHINE. Modern motors (1 Sleam MAen- one-side- ut gine; reciprocating and turbine form. 2. Gas engine. 3. Gasoline engine. 4. Electric and hydro-electrmotors.) 2. Modern printing Printing (1. press. 2. Linotype machine. 3. Typewriter.) Modern printing puts th.3 literature of tho world Into usable form, and nmkes posslblo the modern library, nowspaper and magazine. 3. Sewing machine. 4. Threshing machine. G. Harvesting machine. 6. Steam plow nnd shovel. 7. Dredging machine. 8. Tho cotton gin. 9. Textile machinery. 10. Metal and wood working ry. 11. Watch making niachlneiy. 12. Vaccum cleaner. V. MODERN CONQUEST OK DISEASE. ic ma-thi- ne Antitoxins. Preventive medicine (Prophylactics, lnnoculatlon, vaccination, etc.) 3. The modern hospital. 1. 2. 4. C. Anesthesia. Antiseptics. (Modern antiseptic surgery.) 6. Modern germ theory of disease and bacteriology. 7. Eugenics. 8. Euthenlcs. "She's well." he grumbled. "Rut, Frank" ho led him Into the little room which had been fitted up as his cousin's boudoir "you'd better try your fortuno again. Now listen to me By HAROLD CARTER. and don't be a fool. Do you see Trank," said Undo Will, suppress-In- g Ephralm In that corner?" a groan of pain as ho shifted hie At the round of his name the parrot gouty leg upon the sofa nnd sat up to gavo an uneasy squawk beneath the greet his nephew, "come here, you cloth which covered his house. How old arc you?" scoundrel. "Why, yes, uncle." "Twenty-four- , sir," answered his "Well, ho loves her now." nephew respectfully. "What? Dorothy's making been "Tvtcnty-four- ! And I was engaged friends with Ephralm?" nsked the threo times before I was twenty-four- . young man Incredulously. "Why, unConfound you, sir, why tho dcuco cle, she never exnetly seemed to caro won't you ask Dorothy to marry you?" for him, did she?" He alluded diplo"Recauso I don't love her, my dear matically to his cousin's aversion for uncle," answered tho young man. tho bird, which had often distressed "Love! Love! Whnt has that got the old gentleman. to do with It?" exclaimed the old man "She loves him now," answered his Irascibly, "How can you help loving uncle solemnly. "Yes, sho can't bear every girl at your age? Confound you, to have him out of the room nowadays. Frank, sometimes I think you nra as And do you know whnt that means, coldblooded as Ephralm over there." Frank? It means that she's In tho old Ephralm, hearing his name spoken, maids' hurdlo handicap, unless Oh, stirred In his cage, and, raising onq pshaw, Prank, try It again l" claw, held It In suspense, cocked his When he was left alono Frank lifted head, and looked at his master, his the cover from the cage and regarded beak half open, his beady eyes spark- the parrot Intently. It stood watching ling. him, Its head on one side, Its claw "Rut Dorothy doesn't like mo ot all," poised. Its beak half open. And then said Frank leasing. "Ho a little rea- from Its throat proceeded a most sonable, uncle. I know I am Indebted to sentence, and one which you for my support and education and Frank Leasing had never heard It say my start In life, and all that, but how before. In thunder can you expect me to marry "O Polly,"lt croaked, "can't you a girl I don't care anything about, and tell Frank" who, moreover, hates the very ground "Yes. Go on," said the young man I walk on?'" encouragingly. Hut the parrot only "I'm not going to arguo with you, blinked and repeated the words over sir," shouted the old man. "Hut I'm and over again. not going to see tho Eastdale property "Go on, confound you," shouted tho divided. It cost mo thirty years of young man. "Tell Frank what?" work to get thnt pleco of land toO, "O, Polly, can't you tell Frank gether, and If you don't get married I'll Polly, can't you tell Frank O Polly, I'll leave It to the Home for Decayed can't you tell Frank," the parrot Parrots that I'm contemplating estab croaked. lishing. So you'd better get your Frank Lesslng turned away In disstupid heads together, for this attack gust and flung the cover over the cage. gout Is likely to be my last and I'm of "O Polly, can't you tell Frank that I going to mako my will tomorrow un- do really love hlra?" the parrot less I'm better." squawked In shrill protest. "Ha! ha!" croaked the parrot. Frank Lesslng turned as a light foot"Serves him right Serves him right! fall sounded In the hall. Ho strode Confound your Impudence!" toward the door. Dorothy came In, "Frank, put a cover over that bird, stopped, looked at him, and suddenly that's a good fellow," said his uncle found herself In his arms. pettishly. And Ephralm, thus sup"Dorothy, can you can't you ?" pressed, subsided into silence. Frank began, then stopped, for there Frank Leasing was the orphaned was no need to say anything more. child of a cousin of William Jennings, In fact five whole minutes had passed old merchant had before a heavy, gouty footstep near and the made himself responsible for his up- them suddenly recalled them to the bringing. That be should marry his conscience of externals. daughter Dorothy had been his earnThey sprang apart, looking at the est wish, and of late he had begun to old gentleman guiltily and then Doroexpress It forcibly. But between the thy perceived Ephralm's cage. "Why, uncle, whatever made you put Ephralm In my room?" she asked. "Only a whim, my dear," responded the old gentleman. "I thought perhaps he might give Frank a message from me. There, never mind! Ill take him back again. But I wish you'd learn to like Ephralm a little better, Dorothy." "Why, I Just love Ephralm now," she answered roguishly. Unites Two Loving Souls. 1 kind-hearte- VI MODERN INTELLECTUAL 1. Modern 2. Modern (Copyright, COV-QUES- 1S12. by W. O. Chapman.) RELATED BY BIBLE SELLERS mathematics. physics (Modern ato- lib-cu- mistic theories.) 3. Modern astronomy (Modern theories of tho Cosmos.) 4. .Modern chemistry Including synthetic chemistry and chemical ment theories. C. All other humanistic studies nnd researches. VII MODERN CONQUEST OK MAN'S HIGHER NATURE 1. Tho rise and spread of Christphilosophy. C. Modem evolutionary and develop- Queer Things, It Appears, Are Traded for the Books In Many For-elgn Lands. I The dangers and humors ot tho life of the Hlble colporters the men and women agents of the British and For eign mole society wno sen tne scriptures In the scattered villages of nearly every country m tho world are modestly recorded In the report Issued a few days ago, the London Mall In South India last year a colporter caught sight of a tiger crossing bis path. In Burma a colporter came face to face with a leopard. In a Peru town a Bible seller was cruelly beaten by fanatical opponents. In the Insurrection In Persia a colporter was arrested and charged with being either a spy or an assassin. On the other hand, the colporters have experiences which relievo the hardships of their tasks. An old woman in France bought a copy becauso her fancy was struck with tho name Nathanael which occurred in a chapter read to her by the seller. She thought tho name very pleasing, and decided to propose It for a grandson who was not yet baptized. Curious bargains aro often struck by theso Bible sellers. Eggs nro a frequent currency. In a Roumanian village a colporter bartered a Bible for a hen. It was a very excellent hen, so he added a New Testament. For four yards of homo mado linen he disposed ot another Bible. Ten eggs nnd "a lump of bacon" was tho prlco of one Blhlo In n Hungarian village In northern Hungary a farmer gavo a llvo pig for a large Bible. A rab-- ! bit was an exchange In ono Spanish village, and a, quantity of preserved peppers and tomatoes In another. An Arab woman In Fez Insisted on giving her silver ring for a BIblo, and at a neighboring village a Gospel was exchanged for a pall of water for tho colporter's horse. In Korea payment was taken In potatoes. Theso the colporter traded for rice In a market ten miles away. The rice provided him with food for several days. In another vlllago a man, too poor to pay In coin, bartered a vine, tho Inner bark of which Is used locally In making ropes. In some parts ot southern Brazil eggs, fowls, fruit, coffee, cabbage, bread and brick sugar are exchanged for Bibles, states. ianity. Hydro-electri- 2. Tho rlso and spread of philanthropy nnd nltrulsui, as against tho survival of tho fittest. 3. Tho modern hospital. 4. Tho growth of democracy. 5. Tho modern Industrial and ec- "Tell Frank What?" Slm-plo- New School for Harlan Articles of Iucorioratlon wero filed nt Lexington last week for tho "Pine Mountain Settlement School." Th a School Is to bo established in (Harlan County nt tho foot of Pine Mountain near Jane, Ky., ou the Middle Fork of tho Kentucky River. Thero nro nlno incorporators headed by tho MIcscs Catherine Petit and Mary C. Norton, Miss Petit being one of tho commltteo Hlndman school. In chargo of the The Presidential Vote Tho popular vote for President last fall showed a small gain over the 1908 vote, being 15,330,009 as against 14,888,442, or an Increase ot 145,227, according to figures compiled by the World Almanac. Mr. Wilson's vote Is 6.X93.434, which la less than Bryan's vote four years ago by 116,650. Mr. Roosevelt's veto Is 4.U9.53S, while Taft's Is 3,- - young people a feeling of constraint had arisen which was rapidly broadening into active dislike. Perhaps Dorothy objected to being made the subject of such confidential negotiations. At any rate, when Frank, who felt that he might possibly learn to love his philanthropic Institutions. pretty cousin, proposed to her under 9. Arbitration. the promptings of his uncle, she re10. Musical and Dramatic Art. turned a very decided "no." "How dare you think that a woman would marry you when you asked her to Just becauso you wero told to?" she demanded, standing before blm with angry eyes and flaming cheeks. "You might as well bo Ephralm. He too Tho movement to establish this says what his master tells him to say." new school, along with others of like From that day they avoided each kind in tho mountains, has led to other nnd Uncle Will, whose gout had ttho rumor that tho settlement school again subsided, began reluctantly to ' at Hlndman Is to bo moved to Harlan abandon his cherished ambition. From ' Whllo no deflnlto statement has been that time forward he spent more and j'mndo by tho authorities thnt this more ot his lelsuro alono with tho birds, on which he seemed to pour Is not their Intention, thero are good forth all bis affection. reasons to believe thnt there Is no Perhaps It was due to the contraritho fact rethought of giving up tho work at ness ot human nature, butDorothy givmains that no sooner had Hlndman. en and Frank received the answer to his proposal than their Interest In each other assumed a new and unexpected Importance. Frank Lesslng, during the courso ot a business trip out ot town, felt the loss ot his cousin profoundly. In spite ot their constant 484,980, tho two combined being or 1,311,001 moro than tho bickerings he found himself thinking of his spare moments and President elect's voto, and 74,410 her during all hours which ho should very often In less than Tuft's total veto Jn 1908. have devoted to his uncle's Interests. Tho Prohibition vote Is less than It was with happy anticipations, there-torthat he rang the doorbell ot his In 1903 by 49,r.05, tho recent voto Different. uncle's bouse on his return, after an "Do you vote the same as your husmore being 206.27G. Tho Socialists absence ot a couple of weeks. band?" 2 than doubled their vote, polling "Hello, Frank, come in!" cried his "I should say not I He vote the uncle, shaking him by the hand. "Con- - same as me." votes. onomic conquest. C. Modern education universities nnd schools. 7. Modern libraries. 8. Modern gifts to educational and I ! e, 900,-67- Page Four. THE CITIZEN. January 23, 1913. j ooaoooooooooooooooooaoooooo ' Facts About Hook Worm In a recent Issue of the Winchester Democrat, Dr. I. A. Shirley of the State Hoard cf Health, who attended the Conference of Sanitary Workers In the Southern States at Little Hock, Arkansas", recently, gives tho following facts which are of Interest to the ooplo all over Kentucky: 1st. It Is the firm belief of every one engaged In the work of Improving sanitary conditions In tho South so ns to make It posslblo to prevent dls.'nso and make life lenger and healthier, tho administrative Sanlta-- y from Secretary In Washington to the field men on tho firing line, that no greater work has ever been undertaken sltieo that of the meek nnd lowly Galilean. 2nd. That eradication of the hook- dlseaso and not amelioration in not only imsslble but that nothing chort of this will suffice tho work or Hons aro tho worst; that Is, wherotho prlvks aro not water tight and fly proof, yet It lo found under better cufflclently often lo simoundlngs mnko It the Imperative duty of every one, who lenves Ideal environments for ovon n short time to seek examination lest tho monster disease, like a thief In the night, steals a march iioti him, to bo dlagnos'd when It may Ik everlastingly t OKKKEKXZ mmmmaa. I NEWS LOCAL PAGE OF BERBA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES a few valuable building bits (ail.) for salo, cheap. II. C. Woolf. I have McLaughlin's Fyfra Oualitv Coffees McLauehlin's Coffees arc bought by g their own buyers in the countries. Roasted by W. F. McLaughlin CBl. Co., Chicago, the largest and leading coffee house in the country. McLaughlin's Coffees arc made in various grades- - 2 5 cents to 40 cents per pound. They arc always McLaughlin quality at, whatever price. coffec-growin- ooooaooooaoooooa.oooooooaooaofloooa DR. BEST, DENTIST C1TT PIIONK I I Office over Berea -- Bank l3 &, Trust - DAN H. BRXCK iKicitDiurc Will sign your bond. Mr. Wm. OrlffHh who has been tit-- I IttnK his homo folks for n few days has returned to Went Virginia. Mr. It. I'. Moyc has soli) hi stock Co. of goods to 'Mr. H. It. Chrlsman. Mr. Chrlsmim Is movliiR It Into the store 'building vacated by .Mr. 0. B. I'ortor. ; Mr. Hiram Baker spent Sunday with ( late. Hookworm carriers, harboring very fow worms and losltlvely without symptoms, except, occasionally, Indigestion, are nmong the most dangerous members of tho community as propagators, hence the duty that ever) body owih to hint self and the community to bo 'solutcly certain that they am fre 7th. hv-wi- Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock from theao worms. Richmond, Ky. Sth. That from tho examinations if Phone 505 the workers. more than 30,000 people from 1H 3rd. The same story came from fount lew cur own beloved State Is all arts of th Southland found to bo ouo of the most heavily h of North Bound, Local miraculous cures. 7:00 a. m. 10:56 p. m. Infected, nnd we earnestly hop for KnoiTlllo 3:62 a. m. 4th. Tho belief, born of exierl-enc- such a cooperation 1:07 p. m BEREA of our fighting 7:46 am. 6:30 p. m. that no other disease holds Its facilities, county, municipal and InClnclnnaU unfortunato victim so long as hook- dividual, that ere long It run he truth. South Bound, Local 8:16 p. m. worm disease; that no other dlsciis. Hilly Mid that Kentucky, the flowvr 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. maKcs tho ono afflicted with It for of tha constellation of Southern BEREA such a length of time a menace to j states, Is for cne, nt least, free from 7:00 p. m. 6:60 a. ru. Knoxvllle those around him; that no other ills- - this blighting curse. Expreaa Train. ease of enial magnitude Is so surely Sth. That every citizen No. 32 will stop at Dorca to take present. who ban ' on passengers for Dayton, O., Rich not already done so, should secure :i The Misses Btla Lewis and Fan- - and speedily curable. th. That no other disease shows ropy of tho Bulletin mond, Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Colum-- t nlo ioW,cll visited In Richmond for of tho State bus, O., and points beyond. a few days last week. 'Mist. Lewis such n variety of symptoms nnd some- -, Board of Health from its otflce In South Bound. nt nil, as hook- - j Bowling Green, telling nbout this ills, leaves this week for an extended vlu-- lt times no symptoms worm disease. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati with relatives In Arizona. oh80 nnd shculd submit tho town. 6th. That while as a rule It Is to sary tpeclinw so they can know 11:65 a. m. BEREA Mrs, Joo Evans who was taken No. 33 will stop to takn on pas- 111 last week, hue been taken to the bo found whero the sanitary cotidl- - whether they hnvo It or not. sengers for Atlanta and points Colleg3 Hospital. Money saved, Is money mad'. Save North Bound yours, by supplying your needs durRBFUCA 4:46 p. m. ing our Clearance Sale, which closs sell 16 per cent acid phosphate fertilizer. l:J7 p. m. ClnclnnaU (ad.) Jan. 2?tu. Mrs. S. It. Baker. "Mayor Gay and wlf are the proud Mrs. Dr. W. X. Craig of Stanford. grass seed bought Welch's is as good as spent from last Thursday until Sat parents cf twin girls who arrived at urday with her husband, Dr. tralg, their home laat Friday. Mr. Reuben Baker of Nelson Counat Boone Tavern. Lexington. ty, Kentucky, has been visiting with Mr. Leo M. Tcnill of us sell you your stoves, your furniture and rugs. Secretary of the relatives In Berea. State Student Miss Katclla BIckntll spent SunYoung Men's Christian Association, the first of the week In Berea. day with home folks here. to for buggy Remember our Mr. Dan Brcck of Richmond was In A recent letter from Mr. Sow el town one dp.y last week. Combs who Is Principal of the Mrs. Chas. F Taylor known In BeSchools of Casper, Wyoming, you bought your plows and gears? rea as Vesta Spencer now resides .'n sell states that he will return to Berea j Hartford, Uonn., nnd Is active In Vulcan and Oliver. College next year and finish his Sunday Schol work. Course. i I'rOf. Monteomprv is hIkpiii ililu us before you buy for we both make money to -I. Start the New Year right-- go ...... " f VLlla Bill till III when you trade Welch's and "Save the Difference." Management held by the Bureau of (ad.) Agriculture at Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. James Hudson r.f Mr. and Mrs W. A. Dunlap of Bat- tie Creek, Mich., visited at Boone Oveton, Neb., are visiting Mrs. the latter part of last week, j son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. l iUi ! H R Tnvlnr Ine.l h. Kre,,ch Phllathea class of the Union church A WAGONER HURT lit to lunch at her home, Monday, Mr. Dave Bolln of near Wallaceton 12:30. who was caught between the coverHouses will burn. Insure In an old ing of the driveway at the rear of reliable Company. H. C. Woolf. (ad.) Welch's store last Saturday, while purchas-Jix- l Mr. W. C. Engle recently driving thru, and was seriously hurt tho property near the L. and X. in his back is reported Jx m slowly Station, where the restaurant now recovering. their best wishes go with htm and Hembree and "MacGregor were the Is, from Win. Isaacs. Mr. Engle will 'Mrs. Reed for success and happiness stars for the Academy while Jones open up a new business there soon. WORKERS VISIT BEREA in their now field. nnd HaUon played well for tho Mr. Wm. L. Wallace, son of C. C. Tho 'Messrs- c- - L- - VMe of The lineup was: Wallace, attorney at Richmond, spent INTERESTING DEMONSTRATION Academy ColeKe 0hl0' cnJ Dr- - Ew,nS f ""stou. d' of this week In town on I Mass., on their way to attend Jones (Tenters the Hembree ne3g one of Douglas "Miss Merrow accompanied Sunday- Council of International Forwards 'MacGregor Squire Engle of Clover Bottom was Kflirv! Iter classes in cookery to the meat Kerr Bowman lnrl:r nf Hnvtnn fi htnti. i visiting his two sons who are atmorning, where n Cromer ped In Berea with Mr. Morton, Mon- - market Couey Guards tending school here laft Saturday. most valuable and practical llatscn day afternoon. Bingham "was given by Mr. Roberts In in ut Mr. and "Mrs. D. Chandler of Brod-hea- d Mr. Flske Is superintendent of the are in Berea this week on ac- Sunday School work of the Congrega- - ifcU "" ' A BEAUTIFUL REMEMBRANCE count of the illness of Mrs. Chandler's tlonal Church In Ohio, Wctt VIr lntll oiuo ui iati uiiu u ihut "i were cut up and the different cuts mother, Mrs. Joe Evans. A number of tho friends of Dr. and Kentucky nnd Tennessee. studied by tho class. Mr. Roberts kind- Mrs. Thomson received from them n Miss Vurlan Ecklen of near Dr. Ewlnc is one of tho Secretari-- s entered school this week. of the Sunday School work of tho ly answered questions and handled beautiful folder as a token of rememthe cuts over and over to stralght'.'ii brance, Chrlstinao, iTiioxo aro no- - nineteen In school Congregational and expressive of church. out difficulties and to mako the leshere from Harrison County. their thought on that day of Joy and son of real value. OBITUARY gladness. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ketchem of The class and teacher are grateful On ono pago of the folder !s a paraWinchester were visiting friends and Mr. Joe Grant died at his home for the practical help given. ble by Dr. Thomson and on tho oppo. relatives In a last week In tho West End of town last Sunslto page, a poem, entitled 'Christ-mas,- " Mr. Wright Kclley returned last day of old age. He was eighty-fou- r ACADEMY WINS by Mrs. Thomson. Tho sentiweek from a visit with his daughter, years old and has been very low for Mrs. C. A. VanWinklo, of Harlan. In a bard fought basketball game ment of each Is good for all tlmo and six or eight months. last Monday afternoon nt 2 p. m., tho wo have taken the liberty cf usln.? Tho funeral Bervlccs were conThe Misses Pearl Hill and Nettle the parable as our chief editorial this visiting Mrs. Ernest Ben- ducted by tho Rev. J. W. Parsons Academy team beat the College team Scrlvner are week. by a score of 27 to 26. and the remains were laid to rest in der in Richmond, this week. At tho end of the first half Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jackson of tho Berea cemetery', Monday IANKIN6 NEWS tho score stood 13 to 4 In favor cf Clover Bottom were visiting Miss the College. But In the last half Mary Abney, Monday. Thoro are nt least two Items of news FOR SALE the Academy boys Umbered up nnd of Interest to banks and bankers this "Mr. and Mrs Brookshlre who havo broko previous record for week Berea'a been upending a few weeks with to be inoro accurate, three. Very dcslrablo house and lot on throwing field goals In such a short Certainly they aro of Interest to two Mrs. Brookshlrc's mother, Mrs. Grif- Center St. Must bo sold. Will take length of time. fith, left, Monday, for Arkansas on J700 If purchase is made within bankerb. The referenco Is not to the account of Mr. Brookshlre's health. next 30 days. (ad.) B. Coddlngton. well-nige, Dcwden of 1'u Int Lick lias boon spending several ilnjs with friends In Berea. wore Mr. ami Mrs Tom Logsdoii visiting In Berea, Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. JniuH Coyle. Wr. Tom Coyle returned hist week from Florida, where he has been for the ast few weeks. You can get nil your supplies at ono place, l'hone 23 Welch's Dept. (ad.) Stores. M. Oscar (Inboard and family left last week for Cleveland, O., where they will mako their home for th hlli"n,u al rrw HOLLI DAY'S (INC.) For Sala by Holliday buys and sells more goodthings to eat, nnd keeps on hand for the market the largest, freshest, cleanest, and best stock of staple and funcy groceries, fruits and vegetables in Berea. Noxt door to Post Office. Phono 92. : Your Patronac earnestly aollcltad A Bible of Their Own to accentuate sectarianism, which Tho American Baptist Publication many people are beginning to Society has finally Issued Its version For Instance, It Is nskeil why oth-- r of the Bible which bus betn nnd r tlenomlnatlonu enn't do likewise, why preparation for a number of years, wo can't ha ns ninny Bibles at parts of which have previously Icon there nro sfts? Tin tendency now- -' Is more toward minifying dlf- -' Issued. Tho liiot notable dlffervne,rslon Is In th1 foreman than magnifying them, while from the revised the Insertion of the word I.MMP.RSI-- : In this venture; I thought to do latter. pnrenthesiw after the word baptize It was not el'ough that we should to Ik; the only In fnct this for putting forth a sectarian Bi- havf n Catholic Bible and a Protestble. The book Is pretty generally ant Bible we must have a Protest, knows prnlsod by Baptist divines, but Is nut Baptist Bible, nnd who en what next? deprecated by others ns It Is i ' set-in- s flfe Every at Jet Come Welch's that d Have See We .,,., at I Hud-Tave- stock and bonds, to resourciK and $30. HabllltUs, (We arc not so sure.) but 3 black and brown velvit turban nt fl.ft). to three iilco little bundles of humanG white ity, two of them nt .Mayor Ga)'s, felt lints 11.00 to GO cU. C stylish drew hats formerly tr,.0) credited to the First National Bunk, now I2.C0. labeled Mary Margaret and Lisle. 1 dozen soft felt school lints at &. The thltil Is at C'ashr Dean s. 1 doen Misses and children's felt of the Berea Bank nnd Trust Co., and t el vet hats at 2Zc, $1.00 values. nnd boars tho label Hazel Margaret lust clear up stock. Need room for GOOD THINGS COMING work on spring stock. Send order describing hat sin! glv. Among tho good thlugs anticipated during tho Winter Term, there will Ing price. Hat will be sent by mall b an Illustrate! b'cturo on Strength, fre cf cost to you nnd satisfaction Synimerty. and Efficiency," by rof. guaranteed or lint can be returned. Mrs. Laura Jones. Win. W. Hastings of Raltl Creek. Milch., on Monday, Feb. 21th FlRliQoyALE Mlii-crva. -n- .-rfn ,v) acres of land on Richmond and Kingston pike, 2 miles from Rem, for sale. 8 room dwelling, good well, 6 soft felt hats, blue, black and orchard and all necessary out houses. brown, $2.60 reduced to Jl.tO. Write. Ellhu Blcknell. 1 largo handsome black silk beaver Bcroa. Ky.. It. F. D. No. 1. SPECIAL "SALE ATMRS. JONES' STORE LAURA TKLIPHONE 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, Com, Oats, Hay, Straw, Ship Stuff and Chicken Feed. We are able to furnish feed in car load lots. Col-leg- o. - Cleve-Mond- ay busl-!lan- ! m' I Winter Lyceum Course BETTER THE ERNEST GAMBLE Feb. 12th, THAN . EVER Siigle adaiukm, 35di. be- I Cyn-thla- CONCERT PARTY, . "The Gambles" have been here twice Basso ; Verna Leona Page, Violinist Shonert, Pianist. LELAND B.-re- fore, and every member of the party proved to be a star. The party co nsists of ICrnest Gamble, ; Iidward Siagle adraittioa, 25di. Mr. Powers is recognized as the King of Readers in America, and lie will give his masterpiece, David Coi'i'KRFiKLD. He is the highest priced Reader on the platform, and it is worth the cost of the season ticket to hear Y. POWERS, Fefc. 17th, him alone. CAPT. RICHARD P. H0BS0N, March 15th, SPECIAL MEETINGS CHURCH AT M. E BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE A COMPLETE LINE The Racktt Store Special meetings aro being held at M. E. Church each night or this week at 7 o'clock. Next week it N tho Intention to have both day and night bervlces. A tlrao to recover tho lost, a tlmo of revival and a tlmo of refreshing. Help us make these meetings all that. You are cordially Invited. the Hardware, PaiaU, Mewiif Macaiaes, Fwaiag lapleaMtt, GaietiM and Oil Stores, tad Grtccrie prce,RiKht j. d. CLARKST0N MAIN c STRUT, mm kak Siigle adauuioa, 25cb. Capt. Hobson is another "Tried and true" number. Two years ago he took the people of Berea by storm, and we are glad to bring him back to give one of his greatest lectures, e "The for the Blessings of Industrial Liberty." World-Struggl- PASTOR GOES TO NEW FIELD Rev. 0. B. Reed, pastor of the Baptist Church, leaven next week for his new field or labor In Cameron, South Carolina. It was with deep regret that tho church accepted his resignation, and Watch the Big Crowds QOINO TO Season Tickets for the entire Course, only 50 cents. For family tickets see Berea Drug Store, and Welch's Drug Store. D. B. ROBERT'S STORE to buy their meats and groceries Where will fifty cents get more? January 23. I9'.V 60SPEL MEETINGS CLOSE (ContlnurtI (ram nrrtptftt) THE CITIZEN UNITED STATES NEWS Continued from Plrtl P.f t by tho Democratic caucus for tho Page Kive France Chooses President tho employment of a largo force cf police. A strnngcr attempted to en-ttho Assembly, and when refused ndmlsHlon drew a rovolvcr declaring tho election should not occur, Tho new President was Insulted by formwas er Premier Clemcnccau, who Immediately challenged to a duel. Tho latter, however, apologized and tho Incident was closed. Tho French President holds office for BOvcn years, Tho new term will begin, Feb. 18th. or WATCH Th roam. entered tho Inquiry ninety-thre- e nnnu'ii of two hundred nnd woro tnlicn. tmlnr tho direcrooms woru tion of trof. Itftlno tin-nprovided with friendly nnd onrnext worker, who wen- - glad to couns'l with tho Inquirers. Tho King' lloglment, a lentnre of was oien for Hcren Hevlvnls, but only ns they rcionded to threo very pointed queHtlons: 'to )ou repent of your sins?" Will you obey ChrlHt In nil things?" Anil, "do trust In Him ns i personal Sailor'" A largo number answered ibeso questions Hatlsfaclorlly, In fact, tho upper chain I was well filled with members of tho Iteglmi nt at n meetIt wuh ing held, Tmvilny morning ',,n Inspiring night to see m ninny mature young people with nn enrneat and fixed purH)HO to secure tho highhah reason est good. President to feel satisfied with tho results of his arduous nnd loving Inborn. A most enrnest coriH of personal workers from llio church, tho Y. l. tho ('. A., tho Christian Kndeavor, CIius Y. V. O. A., and tho lllble leaders contributed much to the ulceus of these meetings. Hie Prale of motlngs under the leadership 1)Icr were Inspiring. Prof. Hlgby gave nil exceli tho llnrnmiila lent service And contributed greatly to the buccihh of the meetings. meetings conducted by Tho mid-dallev. C. 8. Knight were most helpful, nnd called out Increasing numbers y France held her presidential election last Friday. It was not n national election In tho senso that ours Is, tho chief executive being chosen by tho chamber of Deputies In Ih.i Nntlonnl Assembly. Tho present PreMOHH 8MDKS was III" mier, Ilaymond I'olncnre, Work on tho Paunmn Caunl Is again successful candidate. Ureal excitehindered by dlx:islrni slides, mlllloiiM ment prevnllcd about the ancient of cubic yards having tumbled Into residence of tho King of Franco tho Culcbrn Cut, covering up hoiiio whero tho election was held, necesof tho railroad tracks, sitating tho calling out of troops nnd IlltANDT PAllDONKl) Tho now Oovornor of New York, pardon Issued by Governor Hulzer is Mr. Suiter, has slgnnlUed his tho Justified In his estimation by Into office by tho pardon of prom I bo of the convict to lead a bet-Folk H. Urandt, who Is serving a life nnd the statement that It twenty years' sontenco for hurglniy. Is dono as a matter of Justice and not Tho caso has leccntly received much j ono of tnorcy, Attention owing to efforts to get n THK KXPKCTUD HAS HAl'I'KNKU now trial and pressure iimiii former Frltzl Chtff has sued John Fox, Jr., Oovornor Dlx to grant a pardon. The tho noted writer of Kentucky moun senatorial short term, nnd will probably bo elected. Judge IJryan Is n brother of tho Into Lieutenant Governor Hryan of Kentucky, who hns lieoti a prominent lawyer In Nashville for many years. ENGLE'S BIG SALE We are going to cost. sell out. 2000 pairs of shoes below 250 suits at one half price. Groceries at a bargain, in fact everything in stock. THE SALE IS NOW ON R. J. and CHESTER. ENGLE DARKOW ON TltlAK AGAIN ono more relic not disposed of from Clarence F. Harrow, conspicuous In tho Dattlcshlp Maine, which was sunk tain stories, for a divorce Humors tho trial of tho McN'amnras In Ixs to tho effect that dlvorco proceedings Angeles some monthc ngo, and Indict- In Havana Harbor moro then fifteen years ago. It Is tho bath tub used wuld bo Instituted havo been cur- ed for perjury In connection with rent for Boino months. When an at- that trial, Is facing tho court a sec- by Captain Slgsby on tho ship. Any city or town In need tempt s mad" to comblno two profes-slon- ond tlmo In of that city on tho perjury two temperaments and two charges, Tho trial opened, Monday, such' an, article may secure It by nationalities, unloss beneath It nil tho Naval Department, proA UATH TUD TO G1VB AWAY there Is a onentss of spirit, a disgovernment has vided thclr's Is tho first call. Tho United States astrous result may be cxierted. s, CLEARANCE SALE Clothing, Shoes, Ladies' & Gents' Furnishings gains, not that we are trying to get rid of unseasonable goods, for, now is the time to wear these things, but it is nearing the end of the season, and in order to sustain our reputation of always being able to offer you something new we have put a price on the remainder of our stock that we know will make it move. If you will come in and look them over you will find something to interest you. The goods will appeal to you, so will the prices. Men's Men's Men's Men's $20.00 $15.00 $12.50 $10.00 Suits Suits Suits Suits or or or or Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats for for for day nfter day. A unique feature was tho week Babbath which was very ly observed. Mid- large- a stirring and Dean Hubbard preached Inspiring kermon in tho United CIihi' In tho iiiornlii. audlencs gatbeit'il at tho Afternoon nnd the owning am lee. The places of business closrd during llio hours of the meetings. Throughout Ibis whole brles thers was tho most marked order, much of which was iluo to the sklli of th ushers and cnii tukers. In caring for tho gmit audiences. It W tho purposo of those concern-e- d to keep this Kevlval spirit alive, and to carry It on throughout the college year, making It ikmrIIiIo for I bono who will do so to iiiutiltest their desire to wek (Sod at every service. Justify Its name Thus ikx-of b"lng a Christian Institution. "Now thank bo unto Cod, who gUeth us the victory" s We are offering an array of exceedingly attractive bar- CABINET j1 .v.rjr bit pleas your GOOD THINQS A few FOR WINTER. cans of grated pineapple will b fourd to help out In many ways. to a added A few tabtoipoonfuti bollod frosting makes a delicious filling for a layer caks. A tableipoonful of anise added to ach Jar of pickled beats adds greatly to the flavor. twelve Cucumbsr Rollth. Tako Urge cucumbers, four green peppers, the meat four onions, all chopper. Add a cup of horseradish, a half cup of salt, a tableipoonful of mustard seed, a teaspoonful of celery seed and a cup of sugar; add vinegar to maktj of the right consistency and can In airtight Jars. Ripe Cucumber Rallth. Grate the ripe cucumbers, squeeie dry and add sufficient vinegar to make a thick mixture; add salt and chopped cayenne peppera. Seal for winter In bottles. the Citron. neroove Preserved peeling and cut In dice, measure weight for weight of sugar. Cook the citron until clear In boiling water before adding the augar, then add sugar, a lemon and a few tablespoonfuls of When thick and preserved ginger. elear put away In a stone Jar. This need not be sealed. Qovs trior's Sauee. Slice a peck of green tomatoes and let them stand over night In salt. In the morning drain and add a pound ot brown sugar, an ounoa ot allspice, an ounce ot cinnamon, three red peppers and sis onions chopped fine. Mix well and add enough vinegar to make the stuoe ot the right consistency. Dottle tor winter. Quince Heney. Pare and grate five large qulncee. To one pint ot boiling water add fire pounds of augar. Btlr over the Ore until the sugar Is add the qulnoe and cook twenty minute. Turn Into glasses. When oold It should be ot the consistently ot honey. h for $16.03 11.59 10.09 8.0 6.00 5.00 4.00 $2.50 2.25 2.00 .90 Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' $20.00 Si 5.00 $12.50 $10.00 Suits Suits Suits Suits or Coats or Coats or Coats or Coats for for for for - - - - - - $12.00 10.09 8.50 7.00 $5.00 4.25 3.50 Boy's Suits or Overcoats wortli $7.50 for Hoy's Suits or Overcoats worth $6.50 for Boy's Suits or Overcoats worth $5.00 for Ladies' & Gents' Sweaters worth $3.50 for Ladies' & Gents' Sweaters wortli $3.00 for Ladies' & Gents' Sweaters wortli $2.50 for Men's Sweaters wortli $1.25 for Misses' Cloaks worth $7.50 for Misses' Cloaks worth $6.50 for Misses' Cloaks worth $5.00 for A lot of Ladies' Skirts at kalf price, - If you want a slurt you caa't afford to buu tkii opportunity. Shoes Shoes e Shoes For men, women and children all greatly reduced. Owing to the warm weather we have a large stock of Also a lot of broken men's high top shoes that we are going to sell if low prices will do it. lots and odd pairs at about half price. Sale Starts Friday, Jan. 24th Come, Inspect Goods and Prices. Closes Saturday, Feb. 8th Buy Only If Satisfied That It Will Be Decidedly to Your Interest to Do So. CASH TO ONE AND ALL. Advancement In Japan. The Japanese art making great strides In the woolen Industry, and by Importing the latest morern machinery, are striving to manufacture all clasaea of woolen geeds that And a market la Japan. This they wUI probably do In a few years, with the exceptloa ot goods Intended for men's outald wear, but at present the mills are making shirtings, both plain and fancy, and ladles' dress goods ot va rious kinds. HAYES &G0TT The Quality Store BEREA, KENTUCKY Page Six. THE CITIZEN. ahfl the night air grew very chilly. Henderson put on un ovomitt and piled more covers on Edith. "You must tnko me homo." sho said at last. "The folk will ls uneasy." Ho was comcllcd to tnko her to the cottage wlih the battle still raging. Ho went back early tho next morning, but already she had wandered out over the Island. Instinctively Henderson felt that the shore would nttract her. There was something In the tumult of rough little Huron's waves that railed to blm. It wus there ho found her. crouching mi clone tho water foam was dampening her skirts. "May I stay?" he asked. "1 have boon hoping you would "It's bad come," she answered. enough when you are here, but it Is n little easier than henrlng It alone. "Of course jou know theie Is something I hnii' gut to do. Hurt! Will you go with itie?" "Of course." "1 might ns well gllo up nnd get It oer," she fullered. That wus the tlrst time In her life lliat IMIth Ciirr ever hud proposed to live up ii ti; thing she wanted. January 33. 1913. 'Tor hov long Is Ihls. I'dltTT. i"nd how are you going to say good by to 1110?" She raised tired, pain filled eyes to his. "I don't know for how long It la." she suld. "If pence ever comes nnd I wnnt you t won't wult for you to find It out yourself I'll cable Marconi-grnph -- The Heroine of the Forest prilly wild pace, but If bo bad been lield from youth b) I ho love of n good vwtiiun ho might lone llti I differently. i;.oie nro things iiIkiii) him one cannot In ip admiring." "I think bo hues her," suld Elnora softly, "Help me. Haiti" lleiidi'isi .i started around the beach, isslstlng Iter nil be could, finally ho topped. "Edith, there is no sense In this I You know You, ure too tired to go. you on i trust me. You null In any of these lovely places mid send me. You will be safe, anil I'll run. Is nil One word that Is necessary.' "Hut Tie got to say that word myself. Hart!" "Then write It nnd let ine curry It. Tho message is not going to prove who went t) the "dice mid sent It " "That Is itiile true." she said dropping wearily, but she iiliule no movement to take the peu nnd paper ho offered "Hurt, you write It," she said at last. Henderson turned away bis face. Ue I en, while his breath sucked between his dry teeth. "Certainly!" he said when he could Philip epenk. ".Maeklunc. Aug. 'J7. Amnion, Like Slioro hospital, Chicago." He paused with suspended pen and glnnced nt IMIth. Her wblto lips were working, but no sound came. Is Comstock at Tcrrence "Miss O'More's, on .Mackinac island," prompted Henderson. Edith nodded. "Signed, Henderson," continued the big man. Edith shook her head. "Say, 'She Is well nnd happy,' and sign, Edith Carr!" she panted. "Not on your life!" flashed Henderson. Tor the love of mercy, Hart, don't make this any harder! It is the least I can do. and It takes every ounce of strength In me to do it." "Will you wait for me here?" be asked. She nodded, and, polling bis bat lower over his eyes, Henderson ran around the shore. In less than an hour hi wos back. That evening they were sailing down the straits before a stiff breeze nnd Henderson was busy with the tiller when she said to him, "Hart, I want you to do something more for me. I wnnt you to go away." "Very well," he suld quietly, but bis face whitened visibly. "You say that ns If you had lieen expecting It." "I have. I knew from the that when this wns over jou would dislike me for having seen you suffer. Does It make any difference to you where I go';" "I want you where you will be loved and good core tnken of you." "Thank you," said Henderson, smiling grimly. "Have you any Idea whero such u sKt might lie found?'' "It should be- with your sister nt Angeles. She nlwnys has seemed very fond of you." "That Is quite true," said Henderson, his eyes brightening u little. "1 will go to her. When shall I start?" "At once." Henderson began to tack for the landing, but his hands shook until he scurcely could manage the boat. Edith Carr sut watching him indifferently, but her heart was throbbing painfully. "Why Is there so much suffering In the grlpieil th -- A. Philip returned to the Limber-los- t Elnora was gone. There was a note for him, saving that even her Bother did not know where she bad ought refuge. On or before the 1st of September, she wrote, she would let him know where she was and her de"When flays there tire hot sJ and Tnc nights down with dew and now, wet the Suj-- . I cision. Philip, deeply disappointed, re- turned to Chicago. There Edith Cnrr, In a meeting at which Philip's father .was present, begged his forgiveness, told him she bad always loved him and asked for bis love again. Hut he told her any love he had ever had for her was dead. He was going back to the Umberlost, he said. Elnorn, feeling the need of rest, went to the summer borne of the Angel and Freckles, on Mackinac Island, and received n wnnri welcome from Mr. and Mrs. O'More and their four young children. CHAPTER XXV. Battle Wherein Edith Carr Wages and Hart Henderson Stands Guard. I ANY people looked, a few fol lowed, as Edith Carr slowly came down the main street of Mackinac, pausing here and there to note the glow of color In one mall booth after another, overflowing with curios. Despite the effort she made to move lightly she was very tired and dragged her heavy feet with an effort. ' r 8be turned at the little street leading down to the dock and went out to meet the big lake steamer ploughing up the straits from Chicago. Past the landing place, on to the very end of the pier she went, then sat down, leaned against a dock support and closed her tired eyes. When the steamer came Tery near she languidly watched the Instantly people lining the railing. ahe marked one lean, anxious face turned toward hers and with u throb of pity ulio lifted a hand and waved to Hart Henderson. lie was the first man off the bout. "Did you the asked. bate n successful trip" "I accomplished my purpose. Edith, I saw some one today In the Lake hands In one of bis and stretched an arm across her shoulders to the post Ebore private hospital." to support ber. She drugged ber bands "An accident?" from him and twisted them together. "No. Nervous and physical break"No! I do not believe It now! I down." "Pbll suld be was going back to know it is not truo! I killed bis love U10 Limberlust." for me. It is dead and gone forever. "Ho went. lie was there three Nothing will revive it nothing In all weeks, but the strain broke blm. lie this world!" bag an old letter in bis bauds that be She dropped back against bis arm bus handled until It is ragged. lie held exhausted. Henderson held ber and It up to me and suld, 'You can see for learned what suffering truly means. yourself that she says sho will bo well He fanned her with his hats rubbed and happy, but we can't know until we her cold bands and murmured broken. ee her again, and that may never bo. Incoherent things. Ily and by great She may have gone too near that place alow tears slipped from under ber her father went down, some of that closed lids, but when she opened them Llmberlost gang may have found her ber eyes were dull and hard. In the forest. She may lie dead In Henderson thrust bis handkerchief was stimulating. Shortly tho motor some city morgue this Instant waiting into ber fingers and whispered, "Edith, ran close to the beach and stopped. for mo to find her body.' the boat bus been creeping up. It's Henderson's servant brought a row-bo- "Sy, 'She ! well and happy,' and sign, Edith Carrl" Tery near. Maybe some of our crowd "Ilart, for pity's sake stop!" ashore and took them to the "I can't," cried Uenderson desperate- are on It. Hadn't we better get away launch. world?" she kept whispering to herly. "I am forced to tell you. Tbey are from here before it lands?" Hour after hour the boat ran up ber door Henderson took Igbting brain fever. He did go back "If I can walk." the aild. "Oh. I am tfii !n.wn Jhejiboje. Tbo moon proa self. byInsldoshoulders almost roughly. the her. swamp and be prowled It night ojflead Ured4Uartr tpjhe cold. Ho paid no attention and forgot his food. A fever started, nnd his un- cle brought him home. They've never had a word from her or found a trace of her. Mrs. Comstock thought she had.gouo to O'More's at Grand ItapldK, 80 when Phil got sick Rhe telegraphed there. They had been gone all summer, so ber mother Is as nnxlous as Phil." "The O'Mores ure here," said Edith. "I haven't seen any of them, because I haven't gone out much In the few days since wo cume, but this is their summer home." "Edith, they say at the hospital that it will tako careful nursing to sate Phil. He says bo will stay there Just two duys longer. The doctors say he will kill himself when lie goes. He Is a sick man. Edith. Ills bauds arc burning and shaky and bis breath wus hot against my face." "Why are you telling me?' It was n cry of acute anguish. "He thinks you know where she is." "I do not! 1 haven t nn idea! "He suld It whs something you said t6 her that made her go." "That may be. but It doesn't prove that I know where she went." Henderson looked across the wuter and suffered keenly. At last he turned to Edith and laid a firm, strong hand over hers. "Edith," bo said, "do you realize how serious this is?" "I supiwse I do." "Do you want as flue a fellow as Pbll driven any further? If he leaves that hospital now and goes out to the exposure and anxiety of n search for her there will be n trngedy that no after regrets can avert. Edith, what did you say to MIs Comstock that made bcr run away from I'hll?" "I told ber Phil was tulnel That If he were away from bcr an hour nnd back In my presonco he would bo to mo ns be always bad been." "Edith, do you believe that now'" Tho beautiful bead barely moved in negation. Hendersou gathered both her ' ( i "Yes, ilearr salil Henderson soothingly. "Just try to get past the landing before the bout anchors. If 1 only dared carry you!" Tbey struggled through the waiting masses, but directly opposite the landing there was a backward movement in tho hnppy. laughing crowd, tb gang plank came down with a slam and people began hurrying from the boot. Crowded against the tish house on the dock Henderson could only advance n few steps nt n time. Ho was straining every uerve to protect and assist Edltb. Henderson shot n swift glnnce toward the bout. Tcrreiice O'More Just bad stepped from tl.e gimgplaiik, escorting n little daughter, so like him. It was comical. There followed a picture not easy to describe. The Angel in the full llower of ber beauty, richly dressed, a laugh on lier catneo fuce, the setting suu glinting on ber gold hair, escorted by her eldest sou, who held bcr baud tightly nnd carefully watched ber steps. Next came Klnora, dressed with equal richness, a trine taller und slenderer, utmost the sanio type of coloring, but with different eyes and hulr, facial lines and expression. As the crowd pressed around the party nn opening wus left beslds the fish sheds. Edith rail down the dock. Henderson sprang nftcr her, catching her arm and assisting her to the street. "Help me!" she cried, clinging to blm. He put bis arm around ber, almost carrying her out of sight into a little . cove wnlled by .high rocks at Where there was a clean floor of wblto sand, and logs washed from the lako for seats. He found one of these with a back rest, and hurrying down to the water ho soaked bis handkerchief nnd carried It to lier. Sho passed It across her lips, over ber eyes. "Hart, what makes you?" she said wearily. "My mother doesn't care. 8bo says this Is good for me. Do you think this is good for me, Hart?" "Edltb, you know I would glvo ray llfo If I could save you this," bo Bald, and could not speak further. He held ber carefully, softly fanning ber. She was suffering almost more than either of them could beur. "I wish your boat wus here," she said at last. "I want to sail fust with tho wind In my fuce." "Tbcro Is no wind. I enn get my motor around In a few minutes." "Then get It." "Lie on the sand. I can phone from the first booth. It won't take but a little while." Edltb lay on tho wblto caod and Henderson covered ber face with ber bat Then ho rim to the nearest booth and talked Imperatively. Presently Do was back, bringing a hot drink that Is Edltb Cnrr wont to her room nftcr her M'odhy to lleiidorwi'i. lay on her bed and tried to think why she was suffer-.n- : ns she wns It Is all my olnsliiio, my unn. he cried. "Ooodby. Edith. Don't forget Hint every hour ntu thinking of trained temper, lay ijlde In my looks, ,y ambition to bo first." she snlt. you and hotting all good things will ilmt Is what has caused this trouble. come to you soon," i renlly enios for tao but Hurt. !' sent hint nwny. so theto Is no one XXVI. CHAPTER i i one." I dltli pressed her lingers ncross her Wherain Philip Finds Elnora. I need in) own violin," '.liming ojes mid hit still. Ho Is gone," sin whispered nt Inst. This one tuny r.lliorti Ite would go at on c Ho would not ii thousand times more and much older than cf me again. (III. Iln- -v dreadful days und luuglit to conic, alone! I iini't hour It. Hurt, ttilno. lint It wasn't ln,-liv"1 want you' I. it '" she orl d bIoimI to slug by n tint tt wlm knew how." No one under ii The guests In the O Mote music mom 'ti ono eap-- but ii Is but oii. till. I woi j on!" laughed npprcciulht'ly Mir sprung from hoi issl mid felt her ou write jour mother "Why don't to her desk to come for n islt and Irlng yours?" '!ct me some ono at the Henderson uggostcd O'.Muie etttiKO." she Mild to lelttrul ami will! "I did Hint time dajs ago.'' ncknowl-idgol 'hive ring. "I iiiii half exiK'ctlng Elliorn. After n lime Hie loi p) olce of Mrs. her on the noon Unit. That Is ono reason why this violin gets worse ilond. rsoti nnswriisl lias llHtt pnio?" r.niid Kdlth Cnrr very tnluule. Tb.ro Is nothing nt all to "No! Ho cume In Into and the mutter with me He ilk about slnrtliiu to California. Elnorn Inld uwuj the violin. "Come n't slept In wis'k-- . to amount to ld "l.ct'H race along, children." lio put him to led Therr ir. thing. to tho playhouse. ' Tt me enough to st.rl to t'lillfor-'T'With the brood nt her heels Elnora A he wnkeiis Edith what tire )W run, und for an luur htoly sounds mining to do uet with tint Isiy of of forest stole from the leinniiiiug the on the Island, whhli lay Will you tell til ro I 'in to o blm then jmtiig Terry O'More cottage ' o ho goes?" went to tho plii uh.,u In I. ring Alice so h.ui'' Yes. hilt I won't her doll lie ohiiii' r'.intf buck, drag-glnI don't wnnt jou e. .iim tell him teg :iml ryliiir. "There's It by one morning." Still i one COllipillir: ttiuiu that i. the Very well." iiiaiiinm mid papa .uv Jut tearing Edith fell Hart wns nut gone down the house over. He's sick.. I asleep. She arose nt noon the next day, aw through the window." llefore Elnora missed her, Alice, who took a cold bath, nte her breakfast, leaving word bod gone to Investigate, cume flying dressed cnrefully. nnd through tho that she hnd gone to tho forest she across tbo shndnws nnd sunshine wntlug n paper. Slio thrust wulked slowly across the leaves. She wns thinking hard nnd fast. it Into KInora's hand. Henderson cume swiftly down the 'There Is n man person n stranger person!" she shouted, "Hut he knows pnth. A long sleep, food nnd Edith's you! lie sent you that! You nro to messnge had done him good. He had that be the doctor! He suld so! Oh, do dressed In new light flannel were becoming, Edith met him. burry! I like him heaps!" "Let us walk In the forest," she said. Elnorn rend Edith Oirr's telegram to They passed the old Catholic gravePhilip Amnion mid understood that he had been III; that she hud Ix'cn located yard and went back Into the decHst by Edith, who had notified him. In so wood of the tslnnd. There Edith sent, doing she had acknowledged defeat. ed herself on n mossy old log and duAt last Philip was free. Elnorn went Henderson studied her He could lcet a change. She whs still polo and with n radiant fare. to htm "Are you sure, at last, runnway?" ber eyes tired, but the dull, strained look wns gone. He wanted to hop, asked Philip Amnion. but he did not dure. "Perfectly sttrel" cried Elnora. "What have you thought of that you "Will you marry mo now?" "This Instnntl That is, any time aft wanted jet, Edith?" be nsked lightly ns he stretched hlmsef at her feet. er the noon Ismt comes In." "You!" "Why such unnecessary delay?" deHenderson lay tenso and very still. manded Amnion. "Well. 1 am here." "It Is almost September," explained "Thank heaven for that! I didn't Elnorn, "I sent for mother three days ago. We must wnlt until she comes, want you to go away." "Not at Hll?" and we either have to send for Undo "Not at nil; not ever; not unlesi you Wesley and Aunt Margaret or go to them. I couldn't possibly bo mnrrlwd take me with you. Hart. I can't honestly say Hint love you with the love properly without thoso dear people." "We will send," decided Ainmon. you deserve. My heart U too sore. "Tho trip will Im a treat for them. It's too soon to know. Hut I love you O'More, would you get off a message homu way. You are necessary to mo. You nre my comfort, my shield. If nt once?" Every one met the noon boat. They you wnnt mo, us jou know me to be, went In tin motor lecniise Amnion wns Hnrt, you can consider me yours," Henderson kissed her bund passlon-nteltoo weak to walk so fur. As soon ns "Don't. Edith." hu begged. people could be distinguished nt all Elnorn and Philip sighted an erect figure, "Don't suy thoe things. I enn't bear Everything will When It. I understand with n head like u snowdrift. Love like mine the gangplank fell the tlrst person come right In lime across It was a lean, red haired loy of must bring n reward. You will love I can wnlt. I nin tho eleven, cnrrylng n violin In one hand me some day and un enormous bouquet of yellow most patient fellow." "Hut I must sny It," cried Edith. "I marigolds nnd purple listers In tho othI think, Hurt, that I have been on with broad smiles er. He wus I until he saw Amnion. Then his ex- the wrong road to find happiness. planned to finish life as I started It pression changed. "Aw, snyT he exclaimed reproach- with I'hll, mid ycu see how glad ho fully. "I lst you Aunt Margaret is wns to change. He wanted the other sort of girl far more thnn ho ever right. He Is going to bo your beuut" Elnora stooped to kiss Hilly ns sho wanted me. And you, Hart, honest, now I'll know If you don't tell mo the caught her mother. Mrs. Comstock shoo'c out her skirts, truth would you rather have a wlfo as straightened her bat and came forwnrd I planned to llvo llfo with I'hll or to meet Philip, who took her Into his ' would you rather have her as Elnora arms and I Isscd her repeatedly. He Comstock Intends to live with him?" "Edith." cried tho man. "Edith!" passed her along to Freckles and the "Of course, you enn't say It In plain Angel, to whom her greetings were mingled with scolding und laughter , English." suld tho girl. "You are farW over her wind blown hair. Then tho too chivalrous for that. You needn't O'More children came crowding to say anything. I nm answered. If you could have your choice you wouldn't meet KInora's mother. ( "Iteforo you think of something morn have n society wife, either, in your glvo me your left hand, pleuse," said heart you'd llko tho smaller homo of comfort, tho furtherance of your amPhilip to Elnorn. Elnorn guvo It galdly mid tho ring bitions, the palalnhlo meals regularly slIpIHsl on her linger. Then they went served and little children around you. together Into tho forest to tell each I nm sick of nil wo have grown up to, Hnrt. When your hour of trouble other all nlnut It mid talk It over, "Have you seen Edith?" asked Am- comes there Is no comfort for you. 1 am tired to death. You find out what nion. "No," nnsweied Elnorn, "but she you want to do mid bo, that Is a tnnn's must bo hole, or she may have seen mo work In the world, mid I will plan our when wo went to Petoskey n few days homo with no thought snvo your coin-- I ago. Her people have a cottage over fort. I'll bo the other kind of a girl on the bluff, but the Angel never told as fust ns I enn leiirn. 1 can't correct me until today. I didn't w ant to mako nil my faults In ono day, but I'll that trip, but the folks wero so nnxlous chutigo us rapidly as 1 can." Henderson was not talking then, so to entertain me mid It wns only n few days until Intended to let you they sat through a long silence. At lust Henderson heard Edith draw a know myself where I wus." "And I wus going to wait Just that quick breath, nnd lifting his bend h long, and If I didn't hour then I was looked where she pointed. Up n fern getting ready to turn oer tho country. stalk climbed u curious looking object. cun scarcely realize yet that Edith They wutthed breathlessly. Hy lav ender feet clung a big. pursy, lavender scut mo that telegram." "No wonder! It's n difficult thing to splotched, yellow body. Yellow nnd believe. I can't express how I feel for lavender wings began to expand and take on color. Every Instant great her." "I jet ua never ngiiln speak of It," said beauty became more apparent. It was Amnion. "It is done. Wo will forget ono of thoso doublo brooded freaks, which do occur on rare occasions, or It." merely nn Eacles Imperlnlls moth that "I scarcely think I shall," said "It is tho sort of thing I like to In tbo cool dump northern forest had remember. How suffering must have failed to euiergo In June. Edltb Carr changed her! 1 would give a great deul drew back with a long, shivering to bring ber peace." breath. Henderson caught ber bands "Henderson came to see mo at the Jiff adJJjhe hospital a few dnyjngo Jjejs jjqna (Concluded on Ttg nnythlng." Henderson studied her Intently. "In that ense wo will shake lunula," 1 atl. s . d n 1 li.-- sst . . 1 . , ' I I 1 1 linjjpbernjrmjj,. 8t) anuary 23, 1913. THE CITIZEN sulphur should be boiled according to iue uenera rormuia to get the best results. This formula Is as follows: Eighty pounds high grade flowers of sulphur. Forty pounds atone lime (high cal- Page Seven The Lime Sulphur Spray -C, C. INTENSIVE FARMING Conducted by FRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M.S. SIX BOORS FOR ASP1RJNG YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door WOeOWIT. HxtktkarM. tmim fmihiel . Tm4 IWnnUr Atrhikml tiloWa The llmesulphur solution Is on of the mntt Important spray materials which the fruit grower can uia. In dilute form It It a very valuable fungi-cld- e and li replacing Bordeaux mixture for the first and second spring sprayings of the apple In localities whtre Mtter rot and apple blotch Where these diseases are not present dilute lime sulphur Is used throughout the season In place of Bordeaux. In a more concentrated form pre-Tal- l. I Si 1 I'm m ffifessiiH 4 r In a Tsstlno Density of Qlais Cylinder by Mtans of the Reading Bhaws a Hydromettr. Lime-Sulphu- Density of Six Degress Dsums. 'he llmesulphur spray Is used for the oontrol of Ban Jose and other scale Insects on fruit trees. It Is also practically a specific for peach leaf curl. The stock solution or concentrate can either be purchased In commercial form or made at home. Commercial llmesulphur can now be purchased In almost every town In the state from Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator cium lime should be usd; magnesium lime Is unsuitable). Fifty gallons of water. Washington Forty pounds of stone lime are slaked In an Iron kettle. Eighty Washington, I). .Inn. 16, '13. hers of Hvo stock kept ns will keep pounda of sulphur are placed In an man nnd teams employed all Dear Editor: the old dash churn or a churn Improvised Ah 1 promised before leaving Korea year round If possible from an arsenate of lead or ptckte Third, tho social conditions In tho keg and thoroughly mixed with a that I would send you an account of small amount of water. This sulphur our convention, I am taking tills Int- country nctd moro attention In order paste Is then mixed with the milk of ent moment to tench you In time for to provent tbo boys nnd girls from lime In the kettle and enough water publication In order to glvo you all going off to tho cities. Good forming ndded to make 60 gallons. This mass tho news posalblo. and good social conditions In the Is then actually boiled for 45 minutes. Farm management men from nil countiy go hand In hand. If wo hna Tho hent will cause the lime and sulgood money Incomo from our farms phur to go Into definite chemical com- parts of tho country nnd u fow from a Cannda nro hcr conferring with each wo can have better schools, better binations which are soluble. The re- churches, more books and an organ suit Is a clear brown solution, through other and hearing speeches by In tho various departments f In tho home, nnd better roads, all of which floats a very finely divided blnrk sludge. This sludge can either tho work. Tho discussions that fol- which go toward making country life be removed by allowing It to settle out low each of theso addresses nro very attractive. Farmers ohduld organlzo or can be drawn off with the grange, farmern unions and other soprofltablo to nil. and applied to tho trees. All In order that nil Tho Citizen rend- - cieties to help Iniprovo methods of through the boiling process the liquid ers mny understand our meeting bet- - producing aud marketing farm prodshould be kept up to the BO gallon Ualn that the Office of ucts, and to ndd to tho soclnl life Vh mark .n which 1 represent of the district. be 60 gallons of concentrated llmo sul- - Karm phur. Homemade material will test i 1,1 '"'"""on nnu nujoining counties nmr Thcn t10 vs' nnd girls' Clubs anywhere from 25 to 28 degrees which will scion havo representatives nro 0f prime Importanco and should mump, depending on me quality or in many moro counties or KcntucKy bo promoted ns much as posslbK the materials used and the care taken nnd other Btntes, Is a part of the Speclnl attention will bo paid to this In manufacture Ily barreling tightly. liurenu of I'limt Industry of the work around next summer. Dr. inado mnterlal will keep Just as ..artment of Agriculture Mutchltr of Howling Green who Is well as commercial lime sulphur Con- of lcc h" hrw ma,,, State organizer of tho clubs will bo centratod llmesulphur Is used both as a contact Insecticide for scalo control ,,n v,t"w ln "tatlonlnB men over the In Uerta beforo long to glvo Inspiraand as a fungicide, the only difference c"u"try so that they will bo nt tho tion to tho work. There nro three difbeing In the rate of dilution. For scale i i'".medlato service of every farmer, ferent clubs. 1. Tho Hoys' Corn control the material Is diluted so that First, to help tho farmer put Into Club. Each boy plants and cares for spray fluid will test 4.5 or 6 de- - practice Improved methods of raising ono aero the of corn as directed from gress llaume. For summer work the tlio crops ho Is nlrendy raising and Washington. 2. Tho Hoys' and Girls' concentrate Is so diluted that the t,, takf) boltcr mn of ,ho vc, Boc potato clubs ln which each boy; and .. spray fluid will test 1 degroe llaiime. , ,u W girl has ono eighth of nn acre of The rate of dilution I. ascertained by U' mcU,od f tftn,llnS at IKJtnloes. 3. Tho Girls Garden and means of the hydrometer. ami, Canning clubs In which each girl This Instrument Is nothing more or fucccod bm ln CMh supplementing that knowledge with hns ono tenth ncro of garden, largely less than a glass spindle so loaded at by tomatoes. Tho family Is mippllcd from one end that It floats upright when facts that havo been discovered placed ln liquids It la graduated to tho experiment stations, wo ran give I Bardeu and the surplus Is to be iwo sca.es, me specinc gravity aca e advice mat ir Judiciously followed canned according to directions, frizes uu me uauiiie scuio. nDmi pmwu m v in.iko the farmer successful. Ther nro offered In all these clubs. The Pure water at 60 degrees Farenbett nr), a few fundamental principles thut best prlzo Is a trip to Washington. he hydrometer read. 0 degrees on recommend to every farmer, All this will bJ explained In due tlmo both scales. When dropped Into denser to all concerned. will T.rr with the s,lch as H'oioughly draining the flt.l.l. th EYery fmlt u"nK "me. Plowing under a great deal density of the liquids. I hope to gain many facts and much grower should possess one of these lit- - or organic matter, rotating tho crops, Inspiration while hero In Washington tie Instruments. , nnd raising legumes, but the Individ- Just as soon as a new barrel of con- - ual farm has Itn own necessity for that will stimulate good farming llmesulphur Is opened, ,ecullnr methods of applying these nround Uerea during tho coming BumCentrated whether It be commercial or home- - Kmwral 1)r,ncll,cB Ulat nccil cartffu, mer. And I want all Tho Citizen rendbo led It. speclflo gravity should be remember that all questions Wth oU(. otocrvaOM f ers to tho about farm will receive my prompt - condl-an,'"'t,r ,nn,18i oa wl'lc1' 8'd Ing out a cylinder full of ,l'"4 I'n'v wo can give valuable h attention if all that are enough dropping the hydoraster Into It Interested will write me about their d scale Is read at the surface of the vlco for coping with the local problems. All letters addressed to mo ln caro of Tho Citizen will reach mo Second, often a faun should bo en tirely reorganized to make It success- and bo answered promptly. Balanced Ration Naadtd. Very truly youra, Hens need a "balanced ration." ful. The flilds rhould bo laid out Frank Montgomery. Borne dry feed with the summer pasnew herns, cribs, sheds, etc.. ture Is absolutely necessary. They should bo built. Mere live stock . Tnn K.rlnil ' Dare to bo true, nothing can need differ- raised, and '"'! muc , sou fe;d I. iTad for liens. ent breeds would do better. Moro a He. A fault which no?ds it most gives them a mopy, sloppy appearance grows two thereby. Herbert. and causes looseness of the bowels, milt should be raised. Hetter cac Do not lot) tho good things of life corn and oats will tdiould bo taken of tho pastures. Such Wheat, cracked crops should bo raised and such num- - rob you of tho best things. cure this disorder Farm Letter Berea's Vocational Schools HomoSclenco, Drossmaktng, Cooking, Nura-ln- g, l, Training that adds to your money-carnlpower, combined with general education. FOR. YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commercial. FOR YOUNO LADIES Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with omo Tocatlonal training. No mattor what your present advancement, wo can put you with others liko yourself and give chance for most rapid progress, H 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course lime-sulphu- .,. . J nnBent. For thuw who aro not expecting to teach and who are not going through College, but deslro moro general oducatlon. This la Just tho thing for thoso pro paring for medical studies or othor professions without a collcgo course. It also gives tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start In study and expect to carry It on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School J Da-ho- IK-rc-a obi'" This gives the very best training for thoeo who expect to teach. Courses aro so nrranged that young pooplo can teach through tho summer and fall and attend school through tho winter and sprlnff, thus earning money to keep right on ln their courso of study. Read Dlnsmoro'o great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door ' Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College and provides standard ,,. This Is tho straight road to Conego best training In Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy lc now Berea's largest department. 6th Door P" '"" laty. This Is tho crown of tho wholo Institution, courses In all advanced subjects. Questions Answered BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with :u affiliated schorls, Is not a money-makin- g Institution. It requires certain fees, but It expends many thousands of dollars each year for the boneflt of Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as potslble for students lo earn and savo ln evory way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect tho charai.tor and reputation of the young peoplo. Our students como from the best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may bo sick tho College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge. All except those with parents ln Berea Hvo In College buildings, and many assist ln work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving' valuable training, and getting pay according to tho value of their labor. Except In winter it is expected that all will have chance to earn a part of thelrexpen-ses- . t,g I 1 r.lln lime-sulph- ad-T- Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. prob-llqul- . l'-- Tt Cleanliness In Farming. Just because a man wears a dirty either druggist or hardware deuler shirt and filthy boots and dirty over This material should test from 32 to alls In the houso Is no sign that he Is I Home made lime-- a good farmer. IS degrees llaume. THE GIRL OF THE LIMBERLOST Contlmtfil fiom InoTu Tiok WHAT THE YOUNG BOYS ARE DOING Rapid the moth. Dlltli shook i ps 'ookea The tlntuglit of"her heart lirto liU eyes. "Hy nil the powers, you shall not!" "You havo done sworo the man. enough. I will Hiiinoh that thing!" "Oh. no, you won't!" cried the girl, clinging to liU hnmW. "I am not big 1 leave enough jet. Hurt, but this forest I shall havo grown to breadth uml strength to carry Hint to her. Slip need two of each kind. Pull only got her one. You may watch me deliver It!" "I'hll may Ihj thero by now." "I hope he U. I should liko htm to seo me do one decent thing by which to remember me." "I tell you that W not necessary!" "'Not necessary!'" cried the girl, "Not neces her great eyei shining. sary? Then what on earth la the thing doing here? I Jutt havo boasted that I would change; thai I would Ihj like Ii.r- that" I wnfllil l?mu Itlirppr nntl " broader. As the word, are spoken. Go-- t e - r bands with all of them nud asked Philip If be were Improving. Khe said a few Nrilte wordi to tho O'Mores, declined to renin In on account of an engagement nnd went away gracefully. "Well, bully for her!" said Mrs. ".She's a little thoroughbred after nil!" "That wim u mighty big thing for her to be doing," said Freckle in n hushed voice. "If you knew her ns well as 1 do," said Philip Amnion, "you would nave a better conception of what that cost." "I have to take care of thN." faltered Klnora, hurrying for tho door to hldo the tenrs which were rolling down her cheeks. "I must help." said Amnion, disap pearing also, "Kluorii," ho tailed, catch lug up with her, "take me where I can cry too. Wnsn't she great? "Knnirli'" iililmeil Hlcora. "I havo t oci humbled!" no ,vo,,i I think a "S i!i I." said Amnion. -, . um iuu greaii ueeu ii. mm i iui .I.- -, happy ,.. fec, 80. Now rt Com-stoc- Strides Made by Kentucky Corn Club Workers. I iipli corn J buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Studonts pay nothing for tuition or services of teachtrs all our Instruction Is a free gift) . The Incidental Fee for most students Is $5.00 a term; ln Academy and Normal $C.OO ana $7.00 In Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by tho term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: WINTER TERM Incidental Fee VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS $ 5.00 COO ACADEMY AND NORMAL $ 6.00 COLLEGE PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different peoplo. Berea favors plain clothlug. Our climate Is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet arUcles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost. Tin College asks no rent for tho fine buildings In which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For tablo board, without coff'eo or extras, $1.35 a week, in tho fall, and $1.(50 ln winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, to to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and ! returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expense for care of school rj ! I BETTER THAN THEIR FATHERS?1 Room Board 6 weeks Amount due January 1, 1913 .. .. Board for 6 weeks, due Feb. 12, 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.v0 " 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 i ' Increased Yields as Shown In the Exhibition at Louisville Demonstrate the Manner In Which Younger Gen- - ' I sration Is Advsncing. During the mouths of November and December the county papers all over the state were full of glowing accounts of tho Hoys' Coru shows. Probably nothing that the boys have done ln Tears hns created such a wldesiirend Interest ns these same clubs. The inrge cities of tlw state had not been affect- A.t t... ..i. v uun cuiiiuoiuiui ....it u.m. iwu- tucUr l(0ys' Corn club held Its exhibit Total for term .. If paid in advance Incidental Foe COIIN IS KING. .. ' .. .. i SPRING Room Board 5 weeks i S28.60 TERM $ 5.00 $30.70 $ 6.00 $3I.70 $ 7.90 COO 6.7C 4.00 C75 15.75 6.75 22.50 6.00 6.75 17.75 6.75 24.50 siujn .i.n r... lu the exhibit could not hnve seen the admiring crowds that stopped, talked and exclaimed over the splendid work j .iun0 i. ia n Warlc that: U "esUned to revolut lonlu our o Ktl Ull IIIIUCI3 UIIU viuui i...i. utubiivta. Ono fond father whose son bad a yield of 103 bushels to tho acre remarked: "I've got two little chaps ln tho Corn club In my home county. They're small, but they're all right Ouo U ten aud the other twelve. The older boy wns In tho club Inst year nud rnU ed eiKn,.-tlv- o bushels This year no's t 103 nnJ we aro mlmm. ,0 t busleI(, lmxt ,.,,.. Yc8. we.w KoIn. . (0 us0 n ,ot of ferlllzcrs do thng ri ht l)efnuso l Jmt ,valt t0 BC0 ,,ow , mucu t, cnn ta,ge on ouo ncro want to sec It vorso than the boys do." Tbo man paused for a moment boyou fon) ho c0lltuej. they . Co'rn c,ub wu' j.ye t,n ,t t,)(J lenriIlHi moro nl)0Ut wrn a the' pagt t w lha ,10tn o( b two u, ..ou wunt ym K0n. t0 togctuer m. ,0 ,UU ,ugt na,f a do , n'w - Amount duo March 20, 1913 .. .. Board 5 wooks duo Apr. 30, 1913 . 18.75 6.75 25.50 Miellier I nm sincere.,., Help nie. ns you always have done Henderson clinched lilt teeth and held her hand. The moth had emerge) It too recently to le troublesome. climbed on her lingers ijuletly aud obligingly dung there without moving. So hand In hand they went down the dark forest path. A strange excitement took possession of lMltli. Slu began to feel proud of the creature. "Do you know." sho said to Hcuder-fco"this Is growing easier every itep. Its clinging li not disagreeable, 1 feel hi hh I thought it would be. If I were saving It, protecting It. I nm proud that we are taking It (o bo put Into a collection or n book. It seems HKe doing n thing worth while." "Kdith, If you don't stop," said Hen. dertiou, "I will take you In my urine and kM the face half off you, hero on the avenue. You nro adorable!" , "There's tho place, and, thiiuk there Its u crowd," she said. "Hello, every one!" she cried as sho came on the wl'lu veruuda. "Only seo n. good-ut-sH- tj10 f Nov. 21 to 30. tol, wm, chlids' Welfare exhibit. ,' ,.,,i,. .,., ..,.,. Total for term If paid in advance .. $22.00 nor $24.00 money 'S25.O0 for books or Total $36.00 36.00 18.00 Must Plan for Structures. than Of much more Importance plans for streets, are those for the structures on them. In fact, often expendlture for streets Indirectly raises death rates I have In mind several cities near here that have spent all of their monoy, bonded themsehes to the utmost and are now practlcallly bankrupt, having exhausted their re-- . Sources lur uluimn u fiaiiiifi, niuio Their death Daniel II Hurnham, rates aro high, yet they can do noth lng for tholr people, because of their orgies of street building. They have no health dejiartment. no hospitals, no laboratories, no school Inspection, no building Inspection, no anything which runs straight to the welfaio of the neonle. because of their street Ira- provemcnts. - what we found up ln tho forest. We thought you might liko to have It for some of your collections." Bha held out tho moth as she walked straight to Ulnoru, who a row to meet her, crying, "How perfectly plendldl I don't even know how U begin to NUSkjSU.'! FIVE THOUSAND I10Y8 JOINKD TIIH HOYS' COltN CliUUS TII13 YKAIt. GIIKW AN FOOIt THOUSAND ACIIK OF COHN UNDElt QOVEHN-MEN1NSTUUOTION. THE IiOYfl KNOW A GOOD TUING WHEN TIIEY FIND IT. T One hundred boys from tho vnrlous counties thut had coru clubs this season sent ten ears each for the I'lty people to seo what wus being done. Not only the public, but the great dally newspapers grew very much interest ed. A number of editorials appeared during the ten days of the exhibit, aud almost dally a picture of some success- ful corn grower appeared. This display contained five varieties of corn. As tho visitors to tbo exhibit naked wiu iiiuvia iui'Blluiin ui ii'uii that were pinned beneath each display of com they began to exclaim: "Thero must bo some mlstnko In this. Wo never rnlsed that much corn on tho farm when I was n boy," or, "Why. thoso yields nie twice or threo times the amount of n first class crop of corn Hnnkers In that neck of tho woods!" and grnln men looked nt tho statement ' of yields, scratched their heads nud be-- 1 gau to figure on wuat sucn crops would do for tho finances of the state. Mothers aud educators smiled and wondered how much mischief had failed to materialize becauso the boys were out In the sunshine cultivating and thinking of the crops they were growing. It did seem a great pity that mora of the boys who had entered their corn viiit-'iuii- Thla laundry. does not Include tho dollar deposit m Special Expenses Business. Fall Winter $12.00 Stenography and Typewriting .. ..$14.00 12.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .. .. 14.00 6.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (brief courso) Business courso studies for students ln other departments: 9.00 10.60 Stenography Typewriting, with ono hour's use 6.00 7.00 of Instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., Spring $10.00 10.00 5.00 7.50 5.00 27.00 18.00 ,,, ,,, . . t0 try t0 rnUe 'just the same number of bushels. Then I'll have the rest of the land for cowpens." During the exhibit n number of reports came In concerning tho great atze of some of the crops this season. It Is very probable that a great number will exceed the 100 bushel mark, which was uot reached last season. 81,rllK co. Com. 6.10 1X0 1.80 Arith., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 In no caso wlK special Business Foes exceod $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at ed Any Berea If thore Is the will to do so. It Is a great advantage to continue during wlntor and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time In the publki schools going over and over the same things, when they might be Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting ln on new studies wltii able-bodi- some of the best young men and women from other counties and state Applicants must brine or send a testimonial showing; that they are above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, Winter Term opened January 1st. Hurry! For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, D. WALTER'MORTON,"Bre, Ky. Pane Eight. THE CITIZEN. health at this writing. Mrs. Riley Bhopherd who has had bronchitis for some time Is much Improved. Thero was a big tldo In South Fork lat week which enabled tho logging men to get their timber to market. F. commenco on text Monday. Bo many of those- who have been gambling and doing other misdemeanors have left town, Tho Rev. C. F. Chestnut will next fill his regular appointment n Saturday and Sunday. Elijah has sold his neat little home to Lloyd Begley of Egypt for two hundred and twenty five dollars. Theopolls Jewell, Is drilling a well on tho property lately owned by .Mr. Fr. Furman. Mrs. D. B, Robinson has returned from Indlanaiwlls where sho spent tho holidays with Home of her children. D. B. Roblnnon of Hatha believes that tho best Investment that he) can niako for his children Is to educato them. Four of them arc attending Uerea College and the other three younger ones are In the Burning Springs school. Our people were much surprised to hear of th" death of Chas. Smith, a young soldier stationed in Michigan, Ho vuis found dead In the snow. No definite cburc Is ascertained. His corpse was shipped to this place for burial win re it wos laid away In tho family burying ground on the Smith homestead. Fur-ma- January 23, 1913. united In marriage New Year's Day. KENTUCKY'S CHAMPION CORN East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else 1U MADISON COUNTY KlNfMTON Kingston, Jan. H. Mr. Tom Poff has been very sick for tho past two weeks. Ixiwls Sandlln of Oneida, Ky., spent a few days with Ills father and other relatives tho first of tho week. will Mlsa llattlo Cruso of Bere.i ptnd several weeks with her sis ter, Mrs. Ab. Azblll. Mr. Kit Parku, formerly of this place and Miss Lizzie Mooro of Uerea wore married In RichDan Maupln ' mond, Saturday. upending this week with his sister, "Mrs. John Hendrlx of Lexington. Alva and Maggie Halo of Speedwell spent and Miss Bcrulco Robinson Saturday night and Sunday with .MIm Verna Parks. Suda and Green I'ow-oi- l, and Lydla Young who are attending school at Heron sent from Saturday till Monday with their folks at this place. Mrs. Geo. Woody and llattlo Cruso wero shopping In llereu, Monday, Miss Mary Coylu was tli; guest of her cousin, Lydia Young, the first of the week. Ernest Sandlln of Winchester will spend the next two months with relatives here. Blows Out MOWER DIES tht Gas In Hit Room In Washington and It SufTocattd. mtf tttMt rMlilr4 MfM4 It Mt for iklictUi, Vt It (all ly Mi wilier. 11 tMmi t fIU. WilU (fetal?. rirt WE COMPLAIN time Definite Instruction, given and osaln to our correspondent, are to tho effoct that news sent us, to bo suro of publication, should reach us Monday, and In no caso later than Tuesday morning's mall. Notwith- TO OUR CORRBSl'ONDKNTS THAT WE WANT THE RULES OBSERVED FOR THEIR HENEKIT AS WELL AS OURS. ANOTHER SUGGESTION Complaint frequently comes to the uo office that tho correspondents most of their space In giving news concerning their own family, relatives or personal friends. They should In no case fall to report Items of real benews concerning their people cause they arc related, but It should not bo noticeable to other readers that they havs discriminated In fnvor of their own folks. It Is hoped that every correspondent will take this suggestion kindly for it Is only made with the Idea of Improving tho news and making it more satisfactory to all. standing this definite understanding, letters continue to como Wednesday and Thursday, and of course have to bo held over until next week, when tho news Is really too old for publication. NOW THIS IS A RL'.MlNUEIt and A. I. Prlvctt have been doln Jury service at 'McKee this week. Married, Mr. Colyrr Ward to Mlus Mary Pennington, both of Grayllawk; also 'Mr. John Fields to Miss Martha Bingham of Nntlianton. The writer wishes theni all a bright and happy life. Our merchants arc having a hard tlmo getting their goods from tho depot on account of the high water and muddy roads. Measles are thick around Gray Hawk. There are seven cases at O. W. Hayes and ono case at A. C. Ramsey's with ten raoro exposed. 0. W. Hayes' baby died last night of measles and will bo buried today in the family grave Wo extend to the bereaved yard. tamlly our sympathy, Privett, Jan. IS. The little infant of Mr. and "Mrs. G. V. Hayes died of measles recently and two moro are not expected to live. We extend our heartiest sympathy to the bereaved lamily. Martha Andrew, who has been ery sick with pneumonia at A. J. Hamilton's, is improving fast. Miss Lucy Bowles is teaching a sub scription school at Flat Lick. Also Hanlc Farmer Is teaching at Fall Rock. Last week tho King's Daughters made up provisions for Eddie Bowles and her daughter at Sturgeon, and Mollle lettrs and Lucy Judd took It to them. This Is a fine organisation. Bent Andrew is very 111 with somethins llko brain fever. A. J. Cook Is no better at this writing. Tho little Infant of Mr. and 'Mrs. Stephen Farmer Is very 111. John Creech and wife aro going to movo to what is known as the Mag-gar- d property. Dr. Jermiah Anderson and wlfo have come back from 'Barbourvllle and located in McKee. We are very glad to have them back with us. FARJIOT Parrot, Jan. 1C Chas. Hays and raiTirr JACKSON COUNTY MeKEE McKee, Ky., Jan 20, 191X County Court was In session here Monday. Allen Holcomb, who has been very ill with pneumonia is getting much better. In Dan Gabbanl, who has been Louisville attending tho Iiryant and Stratton Ilusiness schcol for several months is at heme on a two weeks vacation. L. T. Medlock. of Annville was visiting friends hero part of last week. Sanford Lalnhart gave a bean hulling last Monday night. There was a largo crowd of girls and boys present, and all reported a good time. Tho Junior Christian Endeavor Society gave a social for Its members last Saturday afternoon. Dr. John D. Hays, one of the most prominent and best loved cllzens of McKee, died last Saturday morning, following an illness of several months. Tho funeral services were held, Sunday afternoon, in the Chanel, and were conducted by Rev. Isaac Messier, assisted by Rev. DeYoung and Rev. Worthlngton. The pall bearers were R. ,M, Uradsbaw, D. G. Collier, W. R. Engle, J. H. Reynolds, James Hamilton, and L. V. Morris. IIVGU. Hugh, Jan. 20. Mrs. Nan Hudson has been very tslck with lagrippe. people or Owsley Fork church have called Rev. J. W. Parsons to preach for them this year. Mrs. Sal-li- o Fowler is having logs hauled i .build a new store on R. I. Hale's placo. Jack Herendon of Whites Station was tho guest of Tom Click one night last week, Mr. and Mrs. H. Azblll entertained quite a crowd of The Chester Baker after spending the holidays with home folks have returned to this place to resume their d work at tho stave dresser. Levi Is recovering from typhoid fever. Preston Pennington of London was at this place, Thursday. Elmer, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cunagln, has been very pocrly for tho past few days. A protracted meet Ing is being conducted at this place by Rev. Able Gabbard and otJhers. Sherman Davidson of Peoples, attend ed church at this place, Sunday night. Rev. Lewis York was visiting relatives here, Saturday and Sunday. Sid Hacker ban gone to Hamilton, O. ilr. and Mrs. A. B. Gabbard were tailed to the bedside of their son, Robert, of Isaacs, who was very sick with measles. Ho Is reported to be better. Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Arnold, a fine boy. Albert Powell of Annvlllo was at this place, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Phee Hillard were visiting relatives hero the first of tho week. Gab-bar- F. 'McCollum who Is doing business for Kellogg and Co, of Richmond, Ky., stopped Oyer night with his mother, Mrs. Emily McCollum, tho first of the week. Miss Zona Blake Is visiting relatives at Island City. Miss Koto Anderson visited her cousins, Kash and Kathleen 'McCollum, Sunday. Chas. Cook, traveling salesman of Jackson County, passed thru hen) and stayed over Sunday at J. Wilson's, where ho always finds a hearty welcome II. C. Eversolo of South Fork has sold his farm to a Mr. Griffith of Breathitt County for $6,000. Geo. McKlnncy and daughter passed thru hero yesterday on their way home from Idaniay. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McCollum are visiting the tat ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Flunery of near Idamay for a few days. Miss Ottle Mays of Blake left a few days ago for Dudley, III., where she will spend tho winter wltli her ESTILL COUNTY sister, Mrs.. Emery Peters. Elder J. WAClKttKYILI.K W. Anderson deeply regretted being away when called upon to preach the Wagersvllle, Jan. 18. We aro havfuneral of his aunt, Mrs. Lldla Isaacs ing qulto a lot of rain at present. of Jackson County, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Kelley and Mrs. John Kelley were the guests of Mr. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY and Mrs. J. B. Wagers, Friday. Miss Loo. Warford Is visiting her grandNOTIbE parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wugorti Notice Is hereby given to subscrib at this writing Miss Ella Park .s ers, prospective subscribers, advertis- visiting friends In Richmond this ers and others that '.Mr. G. R. Rubin- - week. Jco Wagers was In Irvine, son of Gauley, Rockcastle County, Is Saturday. The Messrs. Jas. Warford no longer agent for The Citizen. and Harland Serlvner were visiting The Citizen has no ngent In his in Bcrea, r'c'ntly. W'alkir Young territory Rockcastle County ex went to his home In Lexington, Moncepting Mr. Ned Mcllone, who Is gen- day, after a three wei-kstay with eral agent. friends here. Ho was au'ompanltd Jas. P. Faulkner, Manager, homo by Albert Arvlne. Bud Ross Bcrea Publishing Co. 1!. left, Monday, for U'xlngton J. UAULET. Wagers Is planning to move his Gauley, Jan. IS. '.Miss Becla York lamily to Leroy, ill., about the midof Conway Is visiting her sister, Mm. dle of February. Miss Mangle Hinds Geo. Robinson. The tide In the rior entertained at her home on !: did considerable damage to those wh Crock, Thursday, In honor of Iit had logs, ties or lumber on the yards nineteenth birthday, the Misses Nanof Livingston. Vark Mo'rls, who hal nie Centers, Rhoda Alexander, Anna his foot hurt :i the ounry Is able Mareum, MolHe Rogers and to go to work again - Wm. Moble tho Messrs. Bonnie Alexsold a oke of oxen to Walter 'Mor- ander, Forest Centers, Tom and Robt. ton lor JI30. Rev. H. L. I'cnder flll- - Wagers s rs, Lester Bryant of Warren County, champion corn grower of tho State, visiting Washington at tho guest of tho nation, went to his room alono at night, Sunday, and was found dead about nocn, Monday, having ho been asphyxiated by gas which had evidently blown out InsWd rf turning off. Young Bryant was fifteen years trf ago and tmd won throe hundred dollars In prizes. Tho championship was awarded him for Kentucky for an acre of corn tli at produced 149 bushola. netting him 170.38. NEW STORY The Girl of tho Llmberlost ends this week, and a good one Is to follow "Both Sides of tho Shield," written by 'Major Butt, President Tuft's Aldo who went down with tho Titanic. Watch for It. HAMILTON, OHIO LETTER Hamilton, O., Jan. 17, 1913. Tho contract for creeling a now Y. M. C. A. building In Hamilton has been let. 11 will cost J200.0UO. Tho First Baptist Church gave a reception, Tuesday night, for new members. Rev. John F. Herget, pastor of the Ninth Street Baptist church In Cincinnati, C, spoke. As a result of tho five weeks evangelistic mcvtlngn hero during the mouths of November and December, conducted by Dr. Biejerwolf, hundreds of now members have united with tho different piotestant churches. Tho Lincoln Mission Sunduy School organized under the ausplcles of the First Baptist Church has an attendance of over ono hundred now. 'Meredith Gabbard lb principal. Rov. Ilccx, 'Hi cartful, chauffeur. Don't rus jvtr any babies." ! won't, ttr. Tfettn iiirtinK bottles playt bob with UrM." Hit Vltwpolnt. Berea Printing School Departaeit of Bcrea College' (Tht) Citiitn i our work.) PIUNTS HEADS, HAND-BIL1J- a t peril tf UCTTEIt. REPORTS. AND BOOKS IN THE BKST AND AT LOWEST CARDS, MANNER, PRICES. tho associate minister of the church, conducts the mutlc and preaches after Sunday School, Under tho ausplcles of tho Social Service Committee, Dr. Geo. R. Wend-Iln- g comes to Hamilton next Sumlny j for a week's stay. I The flood In the Ohio river has done much damage and caused thous- ' ands of coplo to be homeless. The water reached a stago of 02.2 feet. Hon. Richard P. Hobson, Congressman from Alabama, hero or Santiago Harbor, and one of the most pulnr platform speakers In America will Antl-Aleoh- ol Tour patronoft your aakt4 to ktlf ttudtata, aad to Isavro fitting your moaiyi wortk. YOU WILL OCT CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND. ORDERS BT If AIL. SATISFACTION. DRESS TERMS CASIL AJ 'Berea Printing School BEREA. KY. Prayer The day returns and brings us. titer petty round (if irritating concerns and duties. Help us to play the man, help us to perlorm tlicin with laughter and kind faces, let cheerfulness abound with industry. Give us to go blithely on our business all this day, bring u to our resting beds weary and content and undishonored, and grant us in the end the gift of sleep. - Amen. Robert Louis Stevenson. OWSLEY COUNTY Sturgeon, KTL'IWiKON. Mrs. Blaine Jan. 17. Wilson who has been sick for some time is no better. The attending phytheir children and friends at dinner, sicians arc Drs. Mahaffey and Glass. Sunday. Flemon Azbill has purchasMrs. V. S. Brewer is still Improv ed a nice bay mare from G. M. Henge. ing. U. S. Marshal, Ellas Flanery, Salem Azblll secured a iulnk hide, was here, Tuesday, summoning witSaturday night, worth five dollars. nesses to appear at the London Feder R. I Halo is clearing a new ground. al Court, Thursday, Jan. ICth. Arthur Fete Powell has bought the Kale Welch moved, Monday, Into property Johnson place on the Uerea pike belonging to Melvin Lane. Emma about two miles from Rig Hill. Luth- Lane of Island City was a guest of er Klmberlaln is working for W. R. W. G. Brewer and wife, Wednesday Bengo this week. Mr. and Mrs. It. 1. night. R. S. Wilson had a barn raisGro-vHalo visited their daughter, Mrs. ing, Thursday. W. G. Brewer has Drew, Sunday. T. W. Azblll of moved Into bis new dwelling. Grant Run has bought a nlco Fryo Hatchers of Turin was hero, Monday, getyoung mulo from H. N. Dean, for fifting up a subscription school which ty dollars. Alex I'erry has constructwill begin next Monday. Wo are ed a wagon for hauling wood and gohaving soino very pleasant weather ing to mill. at present which Is helping winter nun1 kock oats and rye considerably. TUA VKLLKIIH It EST Drip Rock, Jan. 13. Dud Lynch pur. Travelers Rest, Jan. 13. Owing to chased a nice bunch of calves and ono fine hog from Joe Parsons of Al- tho continued rains Sturgeon has corn. Geo. Parsons who hns been overflowed Its banks doing considerable damage to Its bridges, feno-s- , nick Is not Improving much. Rev. 1 M. Cox filled his regular apioliitnient and other property bordering Its banlis. c. A. Clark of Grei-Hull Is at this place, Saturday and Sunday. on examining trial today at Boone-vll- lo J. 'M. Wanton is on the sick list. for killing Mitchell Gabbard Horn to Mr. and .Mrs. Andy Harrison, a girl. Her namo is Adia Kea. Mrs. at Traveler Rest, Sunday, Dec. 22nd. Lizzie Roso visited her brother, '. Seveial persons of this placo aro summoned to tho occasion. 1). M. Ulnnton, ono night this week. H. er ed his regular npixdntnn.t nt Nev Bethel, Sunday. Rev. D. Parker is ill with lagripe. Prayer meeting, at Red Hill every Thursday night. John Halcorn has moved to Ptncy It. Branch. The little child of L. Band is not expected to live. Clar- enco Howard is on the sick list. Dlllard Vaughn who has been very out low with fever Is able to be again. J. C. Bullock bought a small tract of land.from Clarence Howard recently. Smith Kelly has his saw mill set up and Is bawlng regularly. lre W. H. Morris Jb building u brldgo across Pond Stone for the W. J. Sparks Co. Chas. French who has been working at St. Louis, Mo., bus jeturned home. insriiT.iNTA Dlsputanta, Jan. 11. We have had lots of rain this week. Dlsputanta iost office was moved on New Year's day to O. M. Payno'H store. Parley Shearer has returned to Indiana. Joe VanWtnklo of Harts was at Clear Creek buying cattle this week. T. C. Holt is preparing to cut shingles. Thero was no meeting at Clear Creek church last Saturday and Sunday on nccount of bad weather. has returned from Indiana, where ho has been visiting his mother. Corn Is worth three dollars n I.-Mont-nomery deliver an address nt tho great and Ant I Saloon Congress to be held in Columbus, O., Jan. 27 and 2S. Congressman Hobson has made a study of tho liquor question from tho scientific standpoint, and the results of his investigations aro told with all that Scuthern eloquence of None Training Sckel f which ho Is so great a master. It will bo worth n trip across Ohio to hear Berea College Hobson, and yet ho is only one of tho many attractions of the Congress. , HAS BEST OPERATTNO ROOM Rev. Billy Sunday the great evangelAND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES ist Is conducting a series of mel ings there. IIIj grent tabernacle seals FOR OARE OF A LIMITED NUMBER i.oci:st ruiANCH HOSPITAL TREAT s 'OF PATIENT8. Locust Branch, Jan IS. The very I2.W0 ;iopl" ami he hai to turn ' away each night. - U causing tides In all ME NT GREATLY INCREASES f KO rainy wcathp.the creeks Sin rman AzbH has mo'-e- d OF RECOVERY. , PECTS Freedom. IntD tho John Collins houso on II. Indeed, the flrkt point wi have all to M. Blcknell's place. Dogln Mareum Ratet Ono Dollar a toy ao4 cy. determine Is not how free wo are, but Bill what kind of moved Into the Azblll house. creature we are. It Is Bond for prompt varmint roqatro Gentry and family, also Stanley of small Importance to any of ui For farther particulars adorno Isaacs and family have sold out and whether we get liberty; but of the Mrs. greatest that we deierre It. Whether are planning to go to Ohio. Mandy Kindred, who has been sick. wo can win It, fate must determine; BEREA HOSPITAL Is bomo better. S. B. Kelley and but that we will be worthy of It we THE may ourselves delermtno, and the eor daughter are visiting at their old BEREA, KY. rowfuleit of all that we can suf home this week. Silo Curientvr of fer Is to faie have It without deserving It this place moved to Jinks, this week. -- IluiklD. Tllford Coylo will occupy the pro perty vacated by Mr. Carpenter. II. G. Blcknell sold a small yoke cf oxen, to his uncle, Jim Blcknell, for one hundred dollars. Died, Jan. 6th 1 of tuberculosis, James L. Pearsons. His remains were laid to rest at Gras3y Spring grave yard. He leaves Knj'oys die largest circulation in Kentucky btcaufc it a father, a mother and several brothis the best newspaper in the State and the people know it. ers and sisters to mourn his loss. Who Is enjoying tho story of the Llmberlost girl? I for one. THE Berea Hospital J t- thou-sand- Tfe Da"y ouisville fjerald GARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK. Paint Lick, Jan. 13. The Mlbsis Peail and May Rrockman and th?ir brother, Green, of Louisville, visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. !. B. Gabbard, from Saturday until Moil, day, Rev. Jonathan Crmit tiled lit his homo near Wallacctou, Dee, 31, 1012, after a fow days IllmtH. He was 72 years, 6 months mid 17 days old. Ho was a devoted Christian, having l.cvn a church member for 10 years. Ho was a member of tho Wnllacetou Baptist church at the time of his death. Funeral services wero conducted by Rov. Bryant nt tho Baptlbt church at Wallaceton, Jan. 2nd. Tho aeanalns wero luricu" at Whlto Lick. Tho bereaved lumlly have tho of tho entire community. Mrs. Dana Bodkins has been real sick with lugrippo for tho pant week, but is bitter. Mr. and 'Mrs. Oscar d have gone to Cleveland, O., on an extended visit with their brother, Green. John Wyllo Is BcrloiiBly ill syni-patliy Gub-bar- News When It Is News Ilesidcii giving the public the most reliable market reports as well as general news, The Herald's special among Louisville newspapers. Icaturcs make it Special attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful articles winch are now running serially in the Hctald entitled barrel around here. CLAY COUNTY IIUUN1MJ SrlUNGH On Board The Good Ship Earth Hack numbers of these articles frte on request to all who subscribe now. Burning Springs, Jan. 1C Tho new County Court houso at Manchester b nearly completed. It Is a beautiful, lt brick edifice and will havu Dan Alcorn purchased a farm of A. II. Wilson has moved to tho south Bid-- ) Coffey for two hundred dollars. Rev. of town and occupies tho property tho convenlenclca of a modern buildncated by E. C. Whlto. S. A. Cau- - ing. 'Mrs. Glocester is Mowiy recoverWin, Powell upent Saturday night with his J. W. R. Ulan-to- dill has Just returned from an extend ing from an operation for gall this Mrs. John Wells and little ton, ed visit In Ohio. Jesso Wngoner. tho stones. Tho winter school of Clifford, visited her mother, Mrs. An- champion croquet player, was in town, place Is being well attended. Parents tho Sunday, and defeated A. J Creech aro beginning to realize that na Logsdon, Tuesday night, and Clay Smith In a d best thing that they can do for their UIIAYIIAWK Steve Cuudlll will bo In children it to keep them regularly !u Griy Huwk, Jan. 12. There has game. been ono of the biggest tides Counties school. Any extonslon of the length this Jackson and Rockcastle great of tho six month term Is a week that baa been for years. A for the next two weeks. CONKI.1NO boneflt. Cortc Tankerslcy gave Ms lot of damage was done to the public Conkllng, Jan. II. We have been many friends a delightful social last roads and many logs and tiett with n with pneumonia at this writlm: o good deal of fencing were washed having beautiful weather for tho past Saturday night In Dr. Hornsby's on tho bill. Circuit Court Is to John Wyllo and Miss Proctor were away. J, 1). Dlngham, John Sandlln week. Uncle Lloyd Day Is In poor well-buistep-brothe- r, n. threo-hundocot-tag- The Daily Louisville Herald and The Citizen 1 0Vhyb.y.rM,orfor ) $2.75 No subscription can be taken for the Herald to bo mailed to any town or city where that paper is delivered by carrier. Subscribe Now. . . . Subscribe Now. Send Orders to The Citizen