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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 30, A 10115 Knowledge Is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. to tlie Interests of tlie Mountain People Ono Dollar a year. No. 31 Vol. XIV. Five couts n copy. Where the Blame Lies Owing to tho flnanclnl condition of tho Btnto, there hna been a Kod deal of dlHCURHlon of a Bpcclnl uesslon of tho Legislature, ninny ncrH thru .o out tho stato urging thu Govi-rnolssuo an early call. Tho Governor has been practlcnlly though It la under-Btoo- d tii.it ho Is opposed to making tho call and will not do bo unless It s unuvi'Uablo. A nuinlior ot 8tnto Senators hao been recently Interviewed, and th.-monrly all oppose on extra bcchIoii, giving as n general reason, that th'J wholo Ux system of tho Stato would havo to bo revised beforo arjy relief could bo brought about; and tho Itself would plunge tho Stato at ses-Bl- NEW CURE leant $150,000 deeper In debt. Senator Baton of rnduenh opposed nn Ktim borhIoii. declnrliie thnt 111" j Statu If would havo amplo rcvenuu tho cmntles wero assessed according to tno constitution, too suoriago revenue Is entirely duo to tho failure of tho nssesslng officers, ho says, nnd If they would do their duty tho stato would havo a surplus of two million, rather than n deficit of that amount. If this Is tho case, there Is no need of moro laws. Tho only thing necessary Is tho enforcement of tho law tho only need Is tho election of men who havo enough business senso to do tho assessing and then .other men who can do tho collecting. Ab over, It would seem to bo up to US, tho pooplo. J Tho Lexington Lender commented recently upon the nclion of n Chicago jutlfn having tho Sheriff show a prisonor himnolf in n looking glass. At night of himself he was fo impressed tliat ho naked to ho nllowed to go and tiike n Turkish hath. Tho Lender commends tho jtnigo for his wise decision to lmvo tho mirror hung iu n conspicuous placo where disreputable looking offenders mny seo themselves and ho apurrcd to heller thing. The Citizen wishes to givu its endorsement to this now cure " Tho Mirror Kentucky's Scourge Representative Towers, speaking 'n the favor of tho lncorioratloii of Rockefeller Foundation In the Homo Representatives In Washington of last week, submitted n telegram from seven hundred nnd thirty of theso had hookworm. Hookworm has been tound In every county of tho 11th District. Hookworm found In 111 out of 120 counties of the 8tato, "Eighty ncr cent of tho cases In Dr. J. S. Lock of Barbourvllle, sanitho Eleventh District treated resulttary expert for tho 11th District, ed In nlncty-clgh- t per cent of cures, showing tho prevalence of hookworm nvcrago Infected In tho Eleventh Disn Cure." It has alnays seemed to us thnt a tastily dressed person iu n crowd lias n tonio effect. And no havo often seen persons of a shut-flin- g gait, or those inclined lo stoop, straighten up when thoy hnppeu to nee some ono approach who has n care for his appearance. Hut tho opposite frequently has the aame effect, persons inclined to ho a little careless being spurred in the right direction by seeing ono moro cnrelcns nnd indifferent; as, for instance, some ono very stooped or slovenly in gait. Then why not the mirrorcure ? Would not a good many ragged hen r (Is be trimmed, mustaches, unclean and hanging over tho mouth, bo clipped, and tousled heads be combed if a good mirror could bo thrust in front of their owners-- if people could ee thcmtelvctt an others tee them I tho state. Dr. Lock Is In Bercn this week Stato thirty-thre- e per cent. preparing to establish a dispensary 1C0 "I havo a personal record of for tho treatment ot the dlsensa. He tases of pellagra. All had hookworm spoko before a mass meeting In the and wero relieved of pellagra sympChapel last nlgbt. Hie telegram detoms Immediately by taking hookpleting the conditions In tho state worm treatment. Havo examined every follows: known case of pellagra In district. "Eleven thousand nlno hundrod All Infected with hookworm, which eighty-fou- r persons examined In the treatment relieved symptoms of Eleventh District. Flvo thousnud trict Is tlilrty-clg- per cent; In tha ." The Cost of the Schools Kentucky expended on her public schools for tho year closing, June 30, a according to 1912, $4,tG5,642.72, Ham-lc- tt statement Rent out by Supt. Tho enrollment of tho mIiooIb for tho year was 40O.GI3. It will bo Been that an expenditure amounting to a fraction over 111 was made icr pupil In attendance. THINGS TO COMBAT THE SOCIAL EVIL About two years ago a special grand jury was selected in New York to investigate tho white slave traffic. Of thnt jury John D. At the termination of its labors Rockefeller, Jr., was the foreman. tho jury recommended that a public commission be appointed to study the social evil. As an outcome of that suggestion, the Bureau of Social Hygiene was established in the winter 1011. This Bureau is the result of the conviction that, if a real and lasting improvement in conditions is to be made, there must bo a permanent organization that can work independently of temporary waves of reform and go on generation after generation. This conviction rests upon the observation that the criminal element has learned to act upon definite knowledge that all it has to do, when n wave of reform sweeps over a community or n city, is to go into hiding for a short time, for as soon as the wave has passed it cau carry on its nefarious business again unmolested. The evil forces of the country realize that the better class of citizens have to make a. living and cannot turn aside from their own affairs for any length of time. It is to remedy this situation that this Bureau has been formed, and it is good to know that it is already inaugurating a work that is to have far reaching effect upon the problem. Mr. Rockefeller is one of the members. The Sage Foundation is devoting its energies and funds to the betterment of the educational machinery of the country. The Rock efeller Commission is ridding the South of the book worm scourge, and the newly formed Bureau has an equally important mission tho cure of the social evil. UNITED STATES NEWS IN OUR JWN STATE Tho statement that 45 counties goes on to show 7') havo employed supervisors. Thcso supervisors are to havo flvo weeks training at thi two Stato Normal Schools. T. J. Contes, Stato Supervisor, will conduct these training courses, first at Howl Ing Green nnd then at tho Eastern Normal. War Department Helping Flood Suffer Supreme Court Construes County ersCongress Provides for IncorUnit Law Juryman Indicted for poration of Philanthropic Fund Perjury Feud Cases Continued-Sla- yer Bourne Succeeded by a Democrat of Sheriff Sentenced to Death Stealingand Selling Stamps Morse Coal Operations Begun In Perry-De- pot Again Strapped Presidential CanLouisville Bank Robbed didate Arrested Tennessee Elects Closed Meningitis Still Raging-Promi- nent Two Senators American SuffraAttorney Shot to Death. gettes Will Parade. TO HELP FLOOD SUFFERERS Tho Ohio River Is still in the flood stago, great suffering and distress being caused at points from Evans- vllle, Ind., down. Tho Mississippi is nlso reaching a dangerous stage, ono break In a CONSTRUED LOCAL OPTION LAW Tho liquor element In the state have mado much of their own construction of the County Unit Law, claiming that tho clause designating tho number of signatures necessary to call an election was 25 per cent of of tho entire voting population leveo In Mississippi being reported. the county. If this wero tho caao it taking The War Department is practically make the law In steps to relieve the suffering, Cap- (would operative. Tho Court of Appeals last tain William Elliot having been disweek, however, construed tho clauso patched to make an investigation. to mean 25 per cent of the district Continued on Pitt Five or precinct affected. Tho local district Jhen may call for a vote of tho DR. ALEXIS CARREL Of INTEREST WORLD NEWS Government Overthrown in Con stantlnople Young Turk Par ty in Power Again Recedes Re from Peace Agreement newal of War Immanent. England Suffragettes Begin War on King; of Spain Man Made Laws May Vi" United State. TURKS ACC'EEDE AND RECEDE As wo went to press last week tho Turkish National Assembly was n session to pass upon the noto of the Cowers advising the J'orto to accede and to tho demands of the allies, give up Adrlanople and tho Aegean Islands. Tho net Ion of tho assembly was quick, announcement being mado that tho vote vns almost unanimous do to end tho war by meeting tho mands of their victorious foes. it was said thnt n treaty would be sign ed In n short time. Hut no sooner did tho news spread IN RETROSPECT Taking tho placo usually occupied by our continued story, page 6, we review tho cwnts of 1912 this week. Frequently pcoplo aro In doubt an to Just when certain events occurred. It would bo a gcod thing to look over this page and review the occurrences of tho Tho cally arranged. iat year. Illustrated pngo Is and topi- entire county. RAILROAD SCHOOL ARTICLES As In tho past thrv or four lsincs. Interesting artiwo aro running cles on public Bchool questions thU if week, on page 3. "Tho Work Tho Ileal School." and pago 7, "Tho Colonel Knew Colts." In tho latter article tho Colonel woko up to tho much fact that Kentucklans caro loss for their children than they do for their llvo stock. An overworked teachr In chargo of fifty pupils accidentally mentioned her salary $50 a month, and tho Colonel In astonishment says, "Why 1 pay thit fellow out yonder In chargo of my colts $300 a month for eery month In tho year." Whether Interested In tho schools or not, tlle33 nrtlclcs should bo read. DAKOTA'S SCHOOLS pago 3 will bo found also a letOn ter from a former Dorcn student who Is now teaching In North Dakota. Slio Interestingly her school, describes and tho contrast between conditions lu Dakota and Kentucky Is clearly drawn. FARM ARTICLE Tho farm artlclo this week, If Its suggestions wero carried out, would and bo of Immense valuo to any ovory farmer. Tho subject Is "Distribution of Farm Labor," In which tho farmer Is bhown how ho can bo busy all tho year round, cveu durliK tho winter months, when such work may bo taken up as will later relievo tho pressure In tho Bprlng and Rumatmer when tho crops must bo tended to. THE NEW STORY On pago 8, will bo found announce, mont of our new story, tho first Installment of which will bo run next STATION ROBBED to VOW AND PERFORM THY VOWS MM" BBWBpBBBBBk 'H "I will study the language of gentleness and refuse to use words that bite and tones that crush. "I will practice patience at home lest ray testy temper break through unexpectedly and disgrace me. "I will remember that my neighbors have troubles enough to LLHBffihBNIIalalaV ' tho The Nlcholasvllle station ot Queon and Crescent was robbed last week, tho night operator, John Ea3t-,mabeing slugged by an unknown negro, and his pockets, as well as tho company's cash drawer, being rifled. The operator was not seriously hurt. n, tliruout Constantinople than rioting began nnd soon assumed the propor tions of a revolution, which overthrew M. PASHITCH V ft&fcaM carry without loading mine on them. "I will excuse others' faults and failures as often aud fully as I expoct others to be lenient with mine. "I will cure criticism with commendation, close up against gossip and build healthy loves by service. "I will be a friend under trying tests and wear everywhere a good-wil- l face uuchilled by aloofness. "I will gloat over gains never, but amass only to enrich others and so gain a wealthy heart. "I will lore boys and girls, so that old age will uot find me stiff and soured. "I will gladden my uature by smiling out loud on every fair occasion aud by outlooking optimistically. "I will pray frequently, think good things, believe men and do a full day's work without fear or favor." Farm and Firexide. two or three days, war will be rcsum-- !. takTho allies, however, aro tf ing tho ground that tho action tho young Turks la moro of a rebuff to tho liowera than to them, and that tho fight now la not altogether theirs. Tho situation Is exceedingly critical, and tho end more In doubt than any tlmo within tho lest month. H houtll-Itle- a nro resumed, ono can hardly refrain from hoping that not only will Islands' Adrlahoplo nnd tho Aegean bo taken, but Constantinople Itsif and Europe redeemed forever from tho blot tho Turks havo put upon It. MODERN AMAZONS DECLARE WAR Following the decision of tho EngBBBBBBBBBjiM BBBBBBBT 4f kdWBPu'ii'5el NO IMPROVEMENT A federal health officer, having Investigated the meningitis situation In Dyer County, Tenn., reports to the State Board of Health in Kentucky, that tho situation shows no Improvement. Moro than 115 caa:s havo been reported, resulting In 52 deaths. FEUD CASES CONTINUED murder and perjury cases known ns the Callahan conspiracy cases, at Winchester, have accumulated to such an extent that they aro all to be passed to the April term of court. The twelve alibi witnesses now il ml let ed for perjury nro to bo tried first, Uius clearing the boards and lifting the testimony for tho rail The L9BSsaBesMs:yKBBfiK BBBBBTs?BBBBBBHTeelBBSe Bp9s2t aBBer aseeeeeeeeeeeeeaeseej. eeaj apjwf Nepapapapaweaeaejipjal l murder trial3. very desirous ot making a visit to tho United States. Following tho ex change of friendly telegrams between President Taft and the King, on tho latter's recent birthday, tho rumors wero revived., and It Is said that tho visit will lo made next summer t tho political Bit nation In the Spanish Kingdom will permit. MRS. JOHN WARD Or. Carrel, winner of the Nobel prize In medicine, wn taken In the labora- fyf 4BBiBBBB This specially posed photograph of tory of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, New York, as he was making a microscopical examination of a growing animal tissue. DEATH SENTENCE The negro known as "Shluo" on trial In Wlnchekter for tho murder of Deputy Shot iff Hart a few weeks ago, was convicted, tho 23rd, and sentenced to death. The chief witness .n tho case was nn eight year old boy. The Jury was selected from an adjoining county, Montgomery, tho trial only lasting part of one day. FIRST COAL MINE In The Citizen's correspondence somo tlmo ago attention was called to tho fact that while the railroad has been Contiuurtl on pAgc five J YvJrBflBBBBBBVwtifl week. CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE PAGE ONE Editorials. Nfcws of tho Week. PAOE TWO. M. Pathitch, premier of 8ervla, it one of tho most prominent figures In Europe Just now, owing to the depute between his country and Aus- tria. Editorials. Sunday School. Uallroud Statistics. CAGE THREE Tho Quiet Hour. Tho Work of a Real School. Story In tho Moonlight. CAGE FOUR Locals. CAGE FIVE Fannors' Institute. CAGE SIX Review of 1912 Events. CAGE SEVEN IutouBlvo Farming. Fnnn nnd Hoad Improvement. Tho Colonel Know Colts. CAGE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky News. Now Story. tho government, which had promised tho concessions, and placed tho young Turk party In power ngaln. Iu tho rioting Nazi in 1'asha, former war minister nnd Commander-ln-C'hlo- f of tho defeated army was shot dead. Further outrages wero cxp?ci-eand tho European Cowers disto protect their patched warship Interests, but quiet aeems to havo been quickly restored, ns It was announced that under no circumstances would tho government yield Adrlanople uml thu Aegcuu lblands. It was thought that pressure would bo brought by tho lowers to Induce deeds. oven tho now government to yield, Dy thcso methods they nro going to to show tho world their fltuess for but so far no movemeut seems havo boon mado aud tho representasuffrage are tives of tho alllos in Loudon SPANISH KING TO VISIT U. 8. receiving direction to return homo, Klag Alfonso of Spain Is said to bo and tho prospects arc, that within d, man-mnd- lish cabinet to drop tho Franchise Hill, tho BUffrngettco havo pructlcnily declared wnr ' war of tho guerilla kind. 'Mm. Carkhurst, tho loader, Hint they will only draw tho lino on taking life, whllo some of tho moro or less gallant warriors tho cracking of heads ns well as windows. pollco Almost tho eutlro London force is on duty and many nrrests aro expected. It would soem thnt tho bill was dropped not because of any Indisposition to take action upon It but owlnu to a technicality. Hut tho suffragett "s prefer to bellovo that a trick was played upon them, nnd so they propose to win their point by shbwHn; o their utter disregard for nil laws It Is their avowed Intenus tion to break as many ot them possible, "Deeds not words" is their motto, and they aro not to bo good r It' eels like a, colt If tho hones feci that way bow do you euppoee the man' ,who has been holding the handles feeh) Probably mighty well sati. $ed with himself, and glad he alive. He has done more work. better work, and with greater ease simply because he used an Mrs. John Ward, daughter of White-laReld, American ambaiioador to England, had the honor not long ago of entertaining King George at her Mi tilled the Oliver! all day and 11 country residence. Why don't you be one of these men? We will bo glad to show you the plow to answer question and to convince you that this U the plow for you to buy. OLIVER PLOW. AND REMEMBER THEY'RE YOUR DATE LABEL If you don't watch your date label, you may mUs a number of Tho Remombar It stops now on expiration ot your subscription. Look at the date following your naino and don't neglect to send In renewal. C1U-io- n. 'BUIIjT FOR SERVICE" R. H. CHRISMAN, The Furniture Man I Page Two. THE CITIZEN January 30, 1913. tlons tlmt Jack Roso Is making of I Statistics Show Country tho vlco conditions In Now York, knows Infest that city, government A family newspaper for all thit It right, officials nnd many officers nnd mem-bor- s h" 'her, amounting to $10 per mllo of llni".' Tho high tldu of business In true and Interesting. of varlouj cherltlhlo orgnnlza $12.13 United States continues to lie re- - Operating Incomo nvcraged tlong met them nt the stntlons nnd nay hi Iter mllo of lino for each fleeted In tho railway statistics com erety Thtirinlay t lierra, Ky carefully guarded them nnd Btnycd nn amount greater by piled by tho llurenu of Hallway He. Novombcr, with them until they had met friends BEREA PUBLISHING CO. $U3 than for Novemlwr, 1011. Thin 1 o 'onomlcs from tho reports of tho Thoso who were to go to Inland cities Is tho cntlro amount nvnllabln to tin (tncnrnrnlHt) tlic National Woman'! I'hfls-tlato social settlement home,' ways to tho Interstate Commerce railways for rentals, Interest on bond, (ConJuottd hy Trmpranea 1'nlon . taken P. Fulknar, Editor and Manager. (Mr D. O. nni.t.KHH, Director of Evegood Commission. given sumptucuc mrnls nnd appropriations, nnd dividend. ning Department Tha Moody ItlMa In Subscription Rntos .... lns, vovemuir oeus, ami on ma iuhowwk uh, uw UYi Tor tho cloven months of tltutt of Chicago.) Thn LIQUOR TRAFFIC IS A CURSE PAYAnt.lt IS AI1VANCK to their trains. show nn Increaso over November of 'calendar year tho not operating rove-th- o 1 1. 00 One Year . Commenting upon this very chnrlt-nbl- o mllo of lino of tho eastern Federal Judge In Wet Virginia Dis previous year, hut do not main- - "u LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 2. 60 SI i Monthi reception, for which, of cows-'- , trict Makes 8cathlng Arraign-rnan- t tain tho ratio of Increnso displayed rnunnys, compared wim mo roires- - j IS Three Month no return was expected or wnnted In by tho month of October; while liondlng months of tho previous year, of Saloonkeepers. THE FLOOD. or HaprrM Money dollnrs nnd cents, the Outlook calls fiend money ly revenues Increased $122 per increased 4.8 per cent; thnt of tin Letter, or one and two Order, Draft, KtuNttrol . In charge to tho grand Jury of tho ala attention to the report that not one mllo of lino for tho month, operat- western rnllwnya Increased ".. per I.KHSON cent stamp. wages of tin la (lOI.DKN TKXT-'T- he ,Joril court In Wheeling. Judge Als The date after your name on label allows to of tho six hundred was heard to say ing oxpenscs Increased $71, and net cent, whllo that of tho railways i.f death, hut the free Klft of (lod la eternal what date your suWription In paid. If it i not show a decrease of IJi iun u. uayion 01 ine united maim Ufa In Christ Jesua our IorJ." Horn. tM changed within three weeka after renewal "thank you." only $48.33. Taxeo were tho couth revenue court for tho northern district of West Jt V. notify 11a. greater thnn for tho previous Novem- - per cent. ,Vlrglnla delivered a scathing arraign- Mlwlng numtier will be gladly supplied If we DISTINGUISHED OCTOGENARIAN ; ment of the liquor traffic. Among oth- ate notified. The first great fact rccordod In the Liberal terma given to any who obtain new fco uld "31 Knox and lh"oyuung cr things he aald: book of Oenesla Is that of Creation, subscriptions for u. Any one neiidins u four a STEVE'S LUCKY TUMBLE founder of Andrew D. White, 'uns all went off to bed, and thero woro yearly subscriptions can receive The Citlten free It hna been my experience. In the which may bo divided Into sovoral les lormitKeu lor one jrar. nnd University, diplomat, author nono left but old Knox, Dill, Nancy, aoven years t havo occupied thin poal- nor facta. The second great fact ia Advertising rate on application, and I, and thero wo sat, round tho flro, tlon on tho bench, that violations of that of the Fall, which began with tha "Man" as he! was recently called, Is By OSCAR DAWSON. without saying a word. tho Internal revenue law are ten tlmei temptation and ended with tho ciclu- past eighty, nnd has lately taken up OF MlfMRKR Always afore old Knox had gono as many aa all the other offenses I once called on my old friend, Steve Ion from Parnilliio. In this lesson we a now study tho science, of tho theory of criminality. Mr. White has Collard, nnd while there tho conver- off to bod and left tho coast clear for- against tho laws of the United States- come to thn third groat fact, the on courtship; and at my Nancy and I, and I kept 'apoctlng ov- put together. Why? Ilecause, funds- Klood, the account of which embraces been a pioneer In Introducing new sation turned request the old gentleman told mo an Ciy mlnnlt that he would tell Dili to mentally, thn sale of Intoxicating tho fifth to tho ninth chaptora. Chap Ideas throughout most of his active Incident In his own lovo affairs, which liquor Is not a legitimate and honest ter five glvos us North's gcnoalogy; clear out, but he did no such a thing; business, and no man can be an honest atx, tho hlatory pf the building of the life. Ills book In two volumes, "Tho I give In his own words: Warfare of Sclcnco and llellglon," is "Wall, seeing It's you, I don't mind out jest as tno clock struck ten he man who engages In It. It isn't hon- - ark; seven, tho occupancy of thn ark; iosalbly his most Important literary tolling you about a scrape that hap- ns est to destroy a man. It lin't honest eight, Noah's departure from the ark. KRNTUCKY PRItSS ASSOCIATION. Stove,' says ho, 'lcfa go to bed. to take away the bread and butter, of and nine, Ood'a covenant with Noah. pened to mo when I was courting production. (tentle- - . In this leiaon sin flourishes like tha hnltileaa uotnen nnd rl.lt.lron Nancy hero. That are is something lor WO must bo Up bright and airly. "Wa'nt that a hint, eh? I looked men. It lan't honest for anv man to nmrnrtilal erion hav troei. "Krr ' that I never tell anybody. llut ye shall THE ISSUES LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONING at Nancy, but sho turned away her come Into your household and take Imagination of tho thoughts of man's have It!" On tho theory, which Is a good "No, don't Steve!" broke In the old hed, and at this I up and marched (he bright, strong, vigorous son and heart was only evil continually." v, 6. New It is now posslblo to talk from ono to put Into practice, "Do first York to Denver, Colo., and It has woman. "I should think you would out Into tho entry, and up the ladder lead him on and on until he becomes a These thoughts woro crystallized Into that Is, solve the been hoped for a good many years bo ashamed of yourself telling your to bed. I was boiling over mad with dlsgraco to ou, an annoyanco to hla the lives of men, for wo read that things first;" creation Hill, Nancy, and old Knox In fcllowmen and llnnlly Innds In a -- the earth was filled with vlolonco." most Important problems first, the to so extend and perfect the service , lore scrapes to everybody. "If you can't abear to hear It," said particular. I got Into bed and klvered drunkard's grave. And yet there Isn't Viewing this awful development of national Economic League, composed that conversation could be carried ..you may g0 out o doort n, Ood was so deply grieved in his So myself up, but I felt so bad that I a single saloonkeeper's saloon In this of distinguished political economists on from Boston and New ork to San st0VOigoes. couldn't go to sleep. Like aa not, the rotintry that does not send every year heart that ho turned asldo (repented) here in many statco, havo determined, by Francisco. And It is announced now schoolmaster was kissing Nancy down Its man to a drunkard's grave, and from his plan and purpoae thus far, to "When I was nigh nbout twenty-onballot of tho members of tho League, that by next year this will be ac- - I came up here alone and built me a In tho kitchen, and I couldn't shot my more than that, and when dishonest a determination to destroy man (v. cyea for tho life of me. tho issues of paramount importance oompllshed so men once get Into a bualnesa It Is the 7). .voah. however, found grace in that persons attending iabln. "Wall, all at onco It occurred to me hnrdeat thing In the world to make God's sight, as wo sea from v. 9, even for consideration in 1913. "1 hadn't a naber nearer than five thn Panama Pnrirln Kxtmsltion in lr.i.'i that there was some big cracks In tho them stop. jn the midst of these adverse clrcum- The Lcaguo Is a purly may call up the home offlw In any m"". o ye see I didn't quarrel much; I want to say that there Is not a nances. Knvlronmenl la powerful but but . as It grew to be near winter I got uoor over tne kitchon, and I could organization and nlma to secure, at- the Eastern cities and direct and It la never a thlnk , waicu ana sco an tuat was going on very great deal or illatlnctlon between not lonei0n. nd bMU. thru national councils and special com- fairs if they havo the $lb u minute k, koeD mB below; so out of bed 1 got, and crawled the man. In my deliberate Judgment, ht , havo match for God'a green. Wo muat not mittees, a concensus of the most in- to drop In'o the slot. along close to the chimney on all who stands up, and for revenue company; so one morning 1 started gather from this verso that Noah waa telligent and unbiased Judgment as and finding a big crack I looked poses, votes to license the saloon, nnd faultless, but rather than he sought '.down to Lenway to take a look at the to tho problems beforo the country 1)111 and Nancy were tho man who conducts tho saloon. Tho to conform his life to God'a will and girls, to see If I could And ono to suit down through. A CREDITABLE INNOVATION sitting about two feet apart, though good Christian people who go to the not to the standards of those among and their solution by crystallzlng pub me." lic opinion on these questions. The "When I got down to the village I overy now and then Illll would hitch polls and vote for license aro the whom ho dwelt. Noah gave himself President elect Wilson's inaugura- preliminary vote ol tne lsation.il t tlon ,1s to bo unique, announcement aBked a young chap If he knew of a his chair a little nearer to her. Howl power behind tho throne; they are the j0 service to God. power behind the saloon, becauso it . We are told that the foundation of could nave choked hlra thenl League was taken on sixty-on- e queshaving been made from Washington, girl that wanted to get marrlod, and he "Wall, I watched them for about a 'h0 ''Id not vote for license thn feb t ,v0,h's acceptance before Ood wai his tions, and from that voto the twelve Monday, that tho Inaugural hall Is told me that ho guessed that Nancy nln Ml saloon I tell subjocts receiving the highest num- - to hrt rnllH nff. If la knntt-- fhnt thn Knox did, and It I wanted a wife I had quarter of an hour, and by that time I Iow coul'l notcountry, gentlemen, the , fatn( Hob. tl7. llko his great grand-wa- s "hl near about froio, as it was an aw. )'ou f,ther Enoch, he had "walked with better try and hitch on with her; and oer or votes were submitted for the Commlttco was having a hard time go to "T comet up. as It came up to Cain, rjpd" (51!) Noah stood absolutely If X was be ful cold night. Hut I final vote. Of these twelve on a fi- finding a place sufficiently large for he said thatold Knox's agreeable me bed, for I was bound wouldn't to know lr tne WaoA of pur fellow men cries out jone ari(J waa tnui thrown upon would go to and make nal choice, two, "Efficineiy in the tho dancers, and that Mr. Wilson acquainted with Nancy, and ho was was true to me. byo 'rom the ground to God Almighty; psnlonshlp with God, comparo v. 9 Administration of Justice" and "The had been appealed to. After taking as good as his word; and 'twasn't an Hill hitched up his chair a little closer, he victims of this traffic In every ' wtrt 1 John l'S. J Tariff," wero selected as the para some time for consideration, he hour beforo Nancy and I were on the nnd I could see that ho had made up cemetery and every graveyard In this olven Du Warning, his mind and waa Just going to kiss country cry out to Ood against ns. you I mount issues, and the vote on these wrot0 tho committee to drop the ball best of terms. and me. who have permitted this traf- , God could no longer enduro tht . "Afore night I bad hired out with old her. w 'or"-'- r au from tho program altogether if they s?''1 lo 11 thl,t , ln of "How It riled met Uut I was bound nc" to e,lst " ,onK heir Iniquity was full, Knox for two pounds a month with ' 35 per cent for the latter. could do Thls ,ncWcnt Bhows ,hat board and lodgln', and I was to work to see It through, so I moved a little ln 'nls r0,lrt a" violations of the reve. thereforo Ood dotermlned to destroy It is significant that efiiciency ;n the new pre8ident is not going to o to get a better view, and that mlnnlt ml 'ws arfl thoroughly Investigated, them. Ho did not, however, cut them all winter. Uie administration of Justice was b. t a 8tIckler for precedents and we may "Wall, for about two months I felt the plank I wns on tipped up, and and that, so far as we can see. we put off, for we read that they had ISO lectd as our most important problem; esPect a number of innovations dur-th- o as neat as a mouse In a new cheese. ! down I went right atween Hill and ourselves on me sine or niter am. com ymra' announcement of tho coming of or the flood (v 13). time enough In tariff coming second Is to condemnation Le , plete nnd nbsolute I courted Nancy every Sunday night, Nancy. ng hIs incumbency, dealt with by the new adiulnlstra- "Hill thought for onco that Old Nick ,n'' "hole business, from start to nn- - which to repent. They also had a and I was determined before another tlon in an oxtra session of Congress them dur- month to pop the question, and I hadn't had come, and he bolted out o' doors, i faithful preacher to warn ln this time. 2 Peter 2 5, Hut their ACHING DOLLARS. a bit of doubt but what Nancy would and I started out of the kitchen as it is to be hoped that it may have bo overjoyed at becoming my bosom quick aa you could say 'scoot,' and aa ROY'S ANSWER WAS VERY APT This Is a common, everyday story. sane and safe treatment. Uut what i complete and they I was going up the ladder I heard old would have none of God'a mercy nor companion. Dut uncommon. about the administration of Justice? It Is said there Is no other person so . "Wall, about this time there came a Mrs. Knox holler, 'Nnnce, scoot the cat Particular Drand of Whliky Wat Llk heed hla warning, I'rov. 19:1. Noah's It is fortunate that tho Kconomlc obedience aa he built the ark waa a fellow from London to keep school, down, or she will break every dish on Bridge Became It Leada to Leaguo has !n this significant way "close" lu mouey mattecs ns the averdally reminder of the impending age retired farmer and he hadn't been there moro'n a the dresser.' Poorhouta and Cemetery. directed tho attention of the country flood, "The next morning, when we went Emerson has said the farmer's dot- - week afore I found that ho had a natta this subject. This is a question lar Is tho to milking, I popped the question to The ark was a A IIhiiai itA.tiip In tti Inwn nf Avr. chest hardest earned dollar In the ural hankering arter Nancy. i tuai caunoi do soivea t.y any depart- - world because It Is made entirely of "Wall, one Sunday night, 13111 Smith, Nancy, and she said she would have in Srntlanrf had a nartlcular brand of 450 feet long. 76 feet broad and S deep, built of cyprus (gopher roeut of tho Government alone or by backaches without alloy. Which may for that was the critter's name, camo me, for she didn't care for Hill Smith. ",hi.uv lhP,l in advertise. ' hirh h the Government itself. It will havo I be a good reason why the retired farm-t- In Jest at duBk, and when tho clock and we have been married forty years one day the circus was coming to wood) and coated with pitch. Under row wns an open l'Tr" ul be attended to largely by Individu- - r Is not so easily pried loose from stjnjck.jiins.Jio dldnlt ace.nt.xeaslx to cum Juno.' town, and to add Interest to Its per- Pce for ventilation and Its three. formances, and to advertise his whls- als, and public opinion will have a ' bl" dollar. It costs him backaches, umueq into rompari' iky. he offered a prlie for tho best an- moro important place in its solution i Tlle 8tory? awer to the question, "Why hla par I menta. About n ear ftS J- - E- - tIowe' a wc" than the tariff. Tho tariff Is a quea- Aa to the "eight aoult" (I Peter tlcular brand of whisky resembled a tlon that must bo settled at long dis- - to, ? I'1"1 ,f?,rmer, f 'lML no entered the ark wo need certain bridge acrosa the water of 3 public sit e, when he at tonce, but the administration of Ju3- o remembor that oaually children and fann' a ,eam of 8,eck oW ;ork AyrT" Juat over the bridge were op ! servants are understood without men- some public Institutions. ' lnal l8' ,n i borses hn ho nd brought tip from V, . 7 inuiviuuai can seo that ho Is more C0IW. The successful competitor proved to Hon In such enumerations. We are Immediately concerned. He Is touchbe a poor boy, who, perhaps, knew not to Infer that of all created animals owe had an affection for the faith- TO THE or eacrt entered the ark. Tha from experience what he was apeak - t ed directly, while, In tho caso of the ful beasts and bo wanted the team to nooa certainty waa not universal and Ing of, and his answer to the question tariff, only Indirectly. fall Into good hands. Tho horses had "Why the publican's whisky was like hence such a miracle waa uncalled It would bo well If, following tho seen their best days nnd brought only the bridge" was "Hecauso It leada to for. suggestion of the Economic League, $100 nt the sale. the poorhnuse, the lunatic asylum and Race Swtpt Away. But bo required the purchaser to every citizen would seek to contribthe cemetery." At laat the flood arrived at the exute something to the solution of make a written agreement compelling act moment prophesied. the owner to take good care of the old Ita causa these probloms this year. DEPRIVED OF EDUCATION. cema to bo twofold, a aubstdenco ol horses. They were to 1h kept ln n good condition as when sold and the ground and a downpour of rain. RESPONSIVE TO THE PEOPLE The following figures refer to the The Kuphratoa In the event tho agreement was not valley where thlt tntp of Massachusetts In 1910: event took place fills all tho necessary ,0 b"y The Legislature of Oregon last I lLept ,?"we ZJ? Total population of all noil- conditions. Subsidence would allow week elected a United Sta es Senator. cense cities and towns 1,497,712 an Inundation from the sea. Such an SeTeraI mouth, one Iho Legislature Is Republican Total number of high school but Mr nowe learned that tho purchaser Inundation took place In 1911 in the puplU In all a Democrat ln the Senatorial prefer- - had violated his agreement. The horses citYangtse valley and another In 1901 ies and towns ence primary received a majority of bad been overworked. They were 84,633 renderod mom than ten million people Number of pupils ln high ONE-WAvotes. Tho Legislature, there- - ' ting poor nnd gaunt and had sores on SPRING COLONIST TICKETS ON homeless; tho water rising from 60 to schools of SALIC DAILY MARCH 15 TO APRIL 15, 1913 to places 90 feet. All that the account defore, though Republican, responsive their shoulders where III fitting collars points In Western Montana, Idaho, Washington, for each 1.000 population. . 13, l J mands, however, Is that a corrupt to the will of the people, sends a 1)8(1 chafed tUom. Oregon, IlrltUli Columbia. population of all license Total race was swept away and that Ood Ilowe demanded the team Democrat, Mr. Henry Lane, to the ROUND-TRIcities and towns HOMKSKKKKRS' TICKETS ON 1,883,914 savod his righteous servant and his j He offered tho $100 for Ibcm. but United States'senate. SALE 1st and 3rd TUESDAYS KACII MONTH to Total number of high school household. It It tho privilege of ov tho man refused to keep his agreement. many polnti In the Northwest United States and In Nebraska the Legislature pupils In all license cities Is ery believer In Ood to savo his houselie said bo needed the team and would Canada. Long limit nnd stopovers, and towns Democratic, while a Progressive Ru- 81,707 hold. Beo Acts 16:31, 2:9; I. Cor. 7:14. work the horses until they dropped If Travel on the Number of pupils ln high publlcan received tho majority of he so dcslrml. The only way Ood could Insure the schools of llcenso places. votes In the senatorial nrefereuco purity of tho race was to destroy ir tntn Mr nnm tvn mmnniiiwi t for each 1,000 population. . 18.83 revocably tne Impure. primary. And in this caso wo have n court to gel tho old team back. And Greater number of pupils In Democratic Legislature electing Skeptics have road into tho story a t when he gt possession tho poor old and connecting Unci, to no license places, for each of tho flood much extraneous matter. I'rorosalvo Republican to tho Sen- - animals scarcely were ablo to walk 1.000 population 6.29 Homo Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, no took the team home, where by havo sought to provo that biv at. Difference In favor of nollcente S7 Washington, Oregon, or to Manitoba, Saskatchecauso nearly every raco under tho sun ' per cent, Commenting upon theso two u. K1 enro nnd kind attention ho hoped wan, Alberta, llritish Columbia, Keep the boys and girls In tchool has a flood tradition thorcfore the stances, tho Louisville I'ost mr: f've the lives of the horses. Will send free illustrated literature- - about the Northwriter of Oenesls Is merely passing by keeping out the saloon. "S ""Ber n .,0 back to tho Illinois Legislature of u V In these west United States and full Information about North! days of Increasing competition your on a "Habylonlan tradition." It Is far meant only pain nnd d stress for the few years ago that elected Lorlmer. ern Pacific rates of fare and service promptly upon poor creatures, he paid a man boy or girl will need tho advantage moro reasonable to bollevn that these to request, It costs you nothing. Write today. and to tho Kentucky Legislature that shoot tho nidmnls nnd bury them, traditions aro corrupted forms of tha that a high school training gives. llradloy, nnd aska what these elected truo account found In tho Illblo. . C, EATON, 'Jravtling Immig. Agent, 40 K. 4th SI., Cincinnati, O. Is It not nn uncommon tale? two states will do lu tho future, nnd For tho youngor pupils get the . Ono hundred of Mr. llowo's back- New Slavery for China. finds a comparison not very pleasing. nche dollars went to savo his old team China, which ao long has suffered story of thn flood as told by Dean Hodges from the opium curse, though Let us hope for eounl responsive- - 'rom further ache of toll and suffering free what hasand tell a connectod story ot fiom the legal clutches of that monalready happened In the rast could acning dollars better go 7 iiesa In tho future. ster. Is fait coming under the rule of lossons and tell them that the story It Is written that the merciful man A WORD OF APPRECIATION FROM ONE WHO KNOWS KNIVES will be continued next wook King Alcohol. Liquor Is there Is merciful to his beast, but seldom Somu SHOULD HAVE SAID "THANK YOU" will a man spend $100 as "new Jesus poUon " good llvo questions for class discusfor n sentiment Thomaston Knife Co., Thomaston, Conneticut: Dear Sirs "Will you please forward me lowest prices on stand- "Oennan polion." ot cetera, to dis- sions would bo: What does it mean to Site hundred stoorago passengers ard size office knife. It is probable I will use during 1912 Ave hundred tinguish It from the English poison, walk with OodT Of tho four Ignosteamship '"Uranium," which from tho opium. R Is reported, too. Bome Idea regarding the economic that mil- rance, Indifference, consent or conran ashoro oft Halifax last week, portuuee of corn may be had by a Itu dozen of these knives, knowing as I do the high quality of lions of cigarettes dipped )n oplurn demnation of sin which one must real' Thomaston goods gained from my five years' experience." wero taken to New York 011 special Icatlon that lu the United States It ez have been given away by Americans Ood take? What la the difference beYours, trains. In order to protect them from ceeda In acreage, j Iold and value wheat, tween wages Did a free u.t0 cr'U Our goods guaranteed the best of material and work- it Chinese youth n for tha among Noah earn hisandsalvation? gift? faith tho thousands of sharks that every oati. barley, (lax, rye, buckwheat ami Is double have made cutlery for over twenty years. Buy at poisons. manship. We more than an attitude of mind? Do cno now, who ban read the revcla- - potatoes combined. -- Our Country. Store, or any atore selling Thomaston goods. the we need more hatred of tin today? The Citizen Railroad Prosperous MOTIONAL roll-wer- siiNMrsaiooL Lesson ,.. lr Prt-offic- TKXT-Oene- 1:1-1- T:ll-J4- t. - ' ' e non-partis- ,! pur-four- , wholo-hearte- d j corn-Nan- Ily-an- - POr o - ! ! LOW FARES Fertile Northwest J TT? get-th- o Y . I Northern Pacific Ry char-actcrlie- d xxx MU January 30, 1913. e cleansed area as "clean." The la itlll prevalent In every farm. tend of our country. "Llko unto puro sold." Here Is an- other usngo of the word. It la of (told In which thcro la no alloy, no adulteration. Tho thing la what It appears to bo. It la truo gold In Its untampercd simplicity. 8o Is It with a puro heart. No baser stuff Is allowcd to mingle with Its truth. No cheapening compromise gains an en- try. No bits of worldllness aro per- mltted to Intrude Into piety and devo- UPROOT EVIL TO tlon. There la no attempt to mix Life la simple and Ood and man. PURIFY THE HEART single, "like unto pure gold." Purity's Potent Champion. And how Is a heart llko this to be T ,,ow can wo drive out the Is tho significance of this which Is tho condition I PMtT ,,ow cnn we mnko It like the WHAT mn.t m.iUnt i.i.ntitii,iT crystal rlicrT How can wo cleanse 1 W Perhaps 11 ko farmstead that Is ready for If wo seek analogies In nature, and see the use of tho word I tno heat ,cct" ,,ow can wa transform llko 8 homo of tru,h ,,lat In some remote relationships, It may j 11 ,nl unadulterated gold? Most cer- help us to clarify our conception ofiunl ...... mo .is ... mat nure . mo talnlw tin man nan nffttnt ttita nnanvj. aiiKo is in wUi sight of Ood. Hero then Is a land In tho power of his own will. I pity any man who sets about to purify that has been purged of monsters. Th beast his boen driven out We have his heart without the help of the etera rlvld description of tho emancipation nal Christ There Is kn old hymn, tho of ono or tho earlier "Idylls or tho last verse of which runs as follows: "Klso, touched with gratltudo divine, King." The beasts would creep down Turn out hjs entmy and thine, to the homesteads and steal and demonster, sin, That stroy. They were a perpetual menace And let tho heavenly Stranger In." to quiet living. A crussdo was apHut that Is Just what I cannot do. pointed for tha destruction of the and the land was cleared of I cannot turn the monster out and let foes. Now such an area, rid of tho Stranger In. And Indeed that la masterful beast, was a purified not the order of things which I And And surely In the fields of the In the gospel. The gospel Is this: oul there are beasts of prey. Thcro let tho Stranger In and ho will turn la tho lion of passion, the serpent of tho monster outl Our concern la to to the DTy. tho hmr nf hnnrlahnnaa Ihn fnv be with opening the door power we of deceit, and many others which find mighty Presence ' their homo and their sustenance In tho ,ha11 nnd ,he ,ecret of puro and ,anc- max unnsi may awen holy place, writes Dr. J, II. Jowett In llnt' " uj nun. in jour urri inai n The Continent. at we need-- to get the Christ In And to get rid of these beasts, to . to make hla dwelling place "let the ape and tiger die." would be to i tor him ,or n'm 10 w create a condition In human life which would reflect ono characteristic of tho pulslve cleansing and purifying work. "The blood of Jesus Christ, his Son, purified state. cleanseth us from all sin." There Is Purity's Crystal Transparency. nothing In the whole realm of the Let me take another analogy. Wa- of passion to an II- tor that Is froo from all sediment, that , soul, from a beast ih.t (. .. deal s clear and transparent reflecting I .... i on ,he r,r" couW j pc1bKb'e ?. Dut moro than ,hat- - Tn Jeiu, ui-ax( - THE CITIZEN. Page Three. Roosevelt Hoodwinked ttw former President of corporation, gavo somo Intercut-In- g testimony concerning tho deal tlw of "Is company In taking over Tennessee Coal and Iron Company bc- foro "l0, Commlltoo of Investigation nt tho clOB0 of iMt- - eck' Mr- Cory gottlng said that competition wad high, and that tho demand for th'J Corry, fcteoj -- IN THE MOONLIGHT How Dudley Lane Won a Worthy Bride Who Loved Him Alone. By Tonncssco Company's product Wild playing hnroc with their trade. ThU wna why they pulled off tho deal, but they got tho president's ronssnt on tho ground that It was necessary to prevent a panic. Mr, Corey also admitted that tho steel company sold Its product to foreign purchasers cheaper than to domestic buyer,-- In other words Unit tho foreign prlco netted tho company less than tho domestic prlco. GERTRUDE MARY SHERIDAN. .... Oils he A" line of imlls In (Lo doorfrnme showed n lirnve display of baskets of nil shapes nnd sizes. Thcro was no effort nt any slavish pattern, for each child had made a bnskct the size and A thnpc ho or she wished. That the work has proved fasclnntlng Is shown by the fact that half of recess time given to this Is usually voluntarily work. As the loys hnve become adept Good Teachirs Are as Essential In the use ii willow they hnve been urged to make small stools at home as Bullrings. and bring them to school to be topjied with strung mid beautiful basketry. The teachers hnve realized the full value of thU work, for they aro arCOMMUNITY, INTEREST THE ranging for the older boys to cut nnd prepare the basket willows from the plants along the streams In the neigh Isirliootl. This will allow the child to Th Wondtrful Work of Pupils and Instructor at tht Thorn Hill School. lake the raw material ns It occurs In nature nnd make It Into the finished Chlldrsn Take a Real Interest In product with the ndded vnlue that Their Studies. artistic handwork gives. Gradually this sane nctlvlty upon Perched upon u hill which overlook", the part of the children nnd their a number of Iihukon Hint nppenr to he teachers hns nuight nnd held the In playing leapfrog In their endeavor to tercet community. In a com of get Into the valley Is Thorn Hill piiratlvely the hort time the parents have school. In tln'' home there arc no rich people, mid many of tho girls and mother are forced to go Into the THE WORK OF REAL SCHOOL "Tho mlchlcf!" said Dudley Lano. "A bad pother, Isn't It now?" asked Ilalph Norman. "Something of a mlx-up- , I must say," was the reffectlvo reply. "Sco hero, Ralph, how did It over como about?" Tho sccno was tho Ilttlo hotel at Drocton, whero Norman had been a guest for several days and whero Lane had Just arrived, to bo greeted with somo decidedly stirring and sensational disclosures by his closest bosom friend. bo,,,,,,,. worliH t() Nn,1rn d one ,vot)(, ni not expect n splendid building In such a community nor well kept grounds nor n strong school spirit. Hut nil of tliene tliltigx Reem to Ih In tho forming at present. The ctterlor of the school U rntlier ahnbhy. Snuc puling are mlKlng from the fence, there Is no walk, and J the doors nre sunrred. IiiKlde the TIIOII.N 1I1LI. SCHOOL. ,No,hlD8 's ,h'd'' repair, the damage. He not only desks nml furniture nre mostly old, Nothing la hiding cloud. 4mRncipates, be beautlflea. Whatever but there are definitions, and they nre seen that the children would be helped It I. pure. And here, too I may find . th, nced of lhe human ,rt whelh. child made throughout. The white by more linger work and a better suggestion of be purified life. The u be ,n the tyranny of actual sin of form and color. As there r,D of Kullt- - bound 10 ,ta ,n i was no money beyond the bare con eight of r. W has nothing Jnu.th9 or ter(1the or ,n servitude to today. duct of, the school the teachers nnd about Its character nothing shady and th6 I)rd j.iUI can glvo ..,no Ior)ou, the pareiirH gave n social and box nothing muddy: here Is nothing hid- - ,beft of lne ch,dren of God... party. The proceeds of the entertain tng In the folds of duplicity The char-- 1 lhat ho provl(3e, ,he AnJ ,hu. meat have been used to engage the ... wh)ph WB mnv rnnllln , acter Is transparent llko tho sea of services of nil art teacher, who comer glass which the great seer gnied upon o. bis own beatitude. In the out from Frankfort twice n week before tbo throne of (od and the fruits Jesus Is to be found all the Lord .V school garden Is being planned foi Lamb, cleansing. Our hearta are dynamic of the coming spring, but for fear the Take another usago of the word. purified by faith. Faith enters may be disappointed at the last moWhen the farmer has gathered out tho vital fellowship with tho Christ Into and ment the children have arranged to stones from a field, when dead roots tha energies of his life, and sacrifice cultivate small plots at home. These and "fibers have been removed, when aro Imparted to our oouls, and "wo are to he entered In the contest, which all Injurious growths that absorb the shall bo like blm, for we aball see him Is carried on under the auplces of the gracious nutriment have been extlr- - I as he Is." I'ranklln County Talr association. pated, Jho furmer describes tho i.-- lu, HWC tne 8alr. ,,.. "7 MA.W I. . DONi: ll'TIIHY HAD A IHMLDINC UAKI.NO IIAFKI.T8 AT HECEFS. WHICH WAS HAXDSO.Mi: UXOUCH curtains that temper the sunlight arc TO (iAIX Tlinill IIKSIMX'T no oni plain, hut hnve tweu neatly stenciled can tell, but they have taken what wa The big nt hand anil with a line spirit gone to In bright, pleasing colors. It us elilcleiit as p.isMhU Committers of Domocrats, present 1m reduced. Kentucky Is n great pro- - ugly doorway between the two rooms t work to make with a unique portiere. and as eUe--e to the activities of 111. mi Is fringed Con 'ducer of lumber and tho tariff embers nnd members elect of which would puzzle the ordinary mor community ns isllile. ami they ha Connot bo reduced. such conditions the grcss, havo busied themselves for lumber must to tal us to Its manufacture. The secret succeeded 111I'nder gressman Iangley hns to attend follow le fore long In somo weeks In studying and discuss- - that, and ho will be aided by the of the large and many colored beads, building ' strung on heavy cords. Is that the meantime the teachers and the Ing tirlff schedulcH.. Tho extin les- - other Congressmen. And tho same that nre they nre made from wall paper. The patents have the eoiisoJ.itlon of know slon of CongretH will b! called won Is tho caso In every other state. children had got huge books of snm- - lug tli it. although a -- cbool Is much after tho Inauguration to ive s,ieedy There s somo articular Industry that of wn ,(,.r, cut the paper Into holier for haviiiu u tine, comfortable i building, it Is a i without It. tariff revUIon. must bo protected, and thu Congret-s-meslrliis and rolled them Into beads. Already tho fun hns begun. Ken- to from that State, In order 'and Ventilating System. Thero tiro tucky Is a great hemp producer, and hold their Jobs, will havo to vote lor LETTER FROM FORMER BEREA window shades and shutters and we Congressman Cnntrill Is rallying to tho protection of tho atatcs' petty Inlinvn n cot nf plMif lnrirn now mnns STUDENT tho defenso of tho hemp growers, dustries. mounted on rollers In a nicely finish- unci Is going to ask fur tho protec- Won't It bo Interesting? Just how Taylor, North Dakota, Jan. 1G, ed oak case. hemp hemp must nut go on thero Is to bo any significant reductlon of ' Dear Editor: Tho school laws are enforced here tha froo list, neither must tho tariff tion It Ib hard to sco. 1 havo been a reader of your pa-- I moro than In Kentucky. Thero wero per for some titno nnd llko it very two parents Indicted and fined in much. 1 llko to read tho letters of Dunn County last week for failing li thoso who were my classmates when send their children to school the I was In IJerea. A great many of my . ast month. Tho teachers are requirfriends will bo surprised to know ed to report at tho end of every Kthel month If thero aro children In thu that I am In North Dakota. and I camo out hero last August, and district between tho ages of ssveu wo llko Uio country very much and fifteen who havo failed to attend each of Its dry climate" nnd the school tivo days In succession many opiiortunltles It offers young .mouth unless sickness prevents or peoplo who aro willing to work and they aro attending another school. 1 have a good boarding pluco with havo a determination to make somes. arc thing of themselves and for stoaju heated rooms and they coniCurtnblo now whllo the thennoin- By Profeijor NICHOLAS MURRAY DUTLER. President of ColumIn vtcr Is Wo aro both teaching. Ktlui, degrees below zero. 3S bia University Dunn County about thirty nillis. But wrt do not notlco tho cold hero las in Kentucky becauso of tho dry north of here. E MUST REVOLUTIONIZE OUR METHODS OF TEACHING I Whllo It Is not so thlcl'.ly settled atmosphere. Sunday, Jan. 12th, tho MODERN LANGUAGES BEFORE WE CAN HOPE FOR ihero as In Kentucky, they have bet- - thermometer registered forty degrees FURTHER PROFITABLE INTELLECTUAL AND COMMER- - tor school houses and equipment, and below zero. Wo had our second snow tho schools pay wellsMy school Is mi last Thursday, which was about three CIAL INTERCOURSE IN EUROPE, now MiX'ii .ioiti: could ui-- ; The Fun is Beginning I j 1 , talking?" "Facts, Dudley," Insisted Norman. "Hero am I alleged artist, Bomo fame, no money. And there's you literary Idler, rolling In wealth. A Ilttlo outtn jaunt proposed. I como In advanci to spend a day or two with our college friend, Sidney Worth. I find him out west Family homo. Servant takes my card. In a few minutes Mrs. Worth comes In. Fat, fashlon-abl- o and a tuft hunter. How did I do, Mr. Lano? Heard so much of mo from city friends of the ton and her son. diverted the conversation with the She talked bo fast I couldn't get In "You should paint a plcturo of the a word edgewise. Then comes papa, next He, too, overwhelmed me. In- fountain In tho moonlight, Mr. Norvited to call in tho evening. Social man." gathering. I go outside, breathless. "I I never painted anything," blundered out Lane In desperation. Never knew I was so Important Then It all dawned on me." "What!" sho laughed "Mr. Noi "How, may I ask?" projected Dale man, the artist who won the academy suspiciously. prize?" "Your coat" "I am not Mr. Norman, I am not an "My coat?" artist," declared Lano In full confes"Precisely. You remember turn- sion. "Tho only things I ever painted ing over a m'.Bflt to a poor struggling were somo word pictures, and I never thought them worth while reading. I artist friend, don't you?" wish I had the power Just now to "H'm that's bo." "Ono of your cards happened to paint a word picture of a truly pcntl-ten- t man. Miss Worth, I have somebe In a side pocket That was the thing dreadful to confess." And then and there Lane told hla story. He found Irma more astonished than offended. She sighed a little. Then she lifted her eyes to his. "Yes," continued Lano In a despondent tone, ".I am a poor Ideal to consider. The only thing I ever did except to spend money was to write that volume of 'Idle Thoughts,' and nobody ever seemed to understand If." "You wrote that book?" cried Irma, her eyes radiant with delight. "I understand It," and then she dropped her glance and blushed at so openly betraying her appreciation. "I would like to write a letter to you," said Lane, "depleting my very serious thoughts about this Innocent Imposture of mine, Miss Worth. I would even like to go further and explain why why I kept It up, why I couldn't help lingering at Drocton." "Can you not tell It?" Inquired Irma softly, sinking to a rustic bench. It was a beautiful word picture that tho young man delineated, for through It all there ran the golden warp of love. And when later they joined tho others, happy Dudley Lane knew that be had won a worthy bride who loved It Was a Beautiful Word Picture th him for himself alone. e. "It's very simple," explained Norman In his usual droll, way. "Poverty Is tho cause, riches tho motive power." "Sco here, what nonsenso aro you good-nature- beautiful companion was called out by the raro Invellnees if naturo about them. From many n word Irma had dropped, Lano rcnllted that her brother had been a staunch friend and admirer of Itnlph Norman, artist. "it must bo a grand life, that of yours," said Irma. "It ncoms to mo that tho painter, tho composer, tho poet llvo In n sphoro far abovo tho ordinary mortal. Mr. Lano gavo mo a Ilttlo book last evening. It Is called 'Idlo Thoughts,' and ho naya a friend of his wroto It. I would Ilka to know that friend. This peaco and beauty about us reminded mo of ono of Its finest sentiments: 'Como up out bf the feverish Into tho cnlm of eternal purposes.' " "Sho likes me I feel It, I know It." aid Lano rather distressfully to himself later, "but half that feeling Is for tho sake of the art sho thinks I represent I must either tell her all," ho added, "or get away from here." It was two evening later. They stood together watching tho rainbow gllntlngs from tho flowing fountain, when somo ono camo rushing up tho walk. "Why, It's brother!" cried Irma. "You here, Lane!" exclaimed Sidney Worth, after ho had greeted hla sister affectionately. "And Norman, too," he ndded, catching sight of tho artist on the porch, and rushing off to greet him. "Ho called you Mr. Lane!" murmured Irma, In .a mystified tone. Lano was wretchedly silent. Not yet did his companion suspect the Imposture. Sho saw that he was disturbed. Always tactful, howover, Irma Young Man Delineated. (Copyright. 1312. by W. G. Chapman.) ' j 1 ono I gave the servant In mistake for my own." "Hut when you came to explain?" "I didn't explain," replied Norman brazenly "haven't since; don't seo bow I can now!" INVENTOR OF, THE TELEPHONE Claim to Honor Has Been, and Is Likely to Continue, a Matter of Discussion. o Priority In the Invention of the Is a matter of discussion. Tho principle of the transmission of sound vibrations mechanically for short distances was known for a long time the electric principle was applied. The discovery by Dr. C. O. Tage of Salem, Mass., in 1837 of the sound given out by an electric magnet at tho instant of the closing or breaking of tho circuit and of the musical noto produced by rapidly revolving tho armature of an electro-magne- t In front of the poles wero mado tho basis of experiments by many Investigators and wero Important features of early attempts made to transmit sound and speech electrically. The theory that sounds might bo mado to vibrate a metal plato which would open and close an electric circuit and that a similar plate at a receiving station would be acted on clectromagnctlcally and thus give out as many pulsations as there wero breaks In tho current was advanced by a French writer as early as 1854. Alexander Graham Bell, though an American by adoption, born In Edlnborough, Scotland, In 1847, Is tho Inventor of tho speaking telephone, for which ho was granted patents In 1876. An Imperfect form tele-phon- "What!" "Introduced Lane-courte- ( coolly announced the atlst. aud accepted as Mr. feted as tho rich man worth knowing. Then I met Irma." "No," Revolutionizing Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages ' thein-telve- I ' ' Children i.ttl.o 8chool8 must ACTUALLY Sl'KAK FRENCH AND GERMAN with nn attempt at puro ncecnt instead of merely picking out a few passages from a book, as nt proseut. When wo Lcgnu teaching languages in tho American universities wo imported foreign instructors. Tho foreigners, howover, could not maintain disciplino and woro gradually replaced by native, teachers, many of whom, though excellent scholars themselves, woro IIAKDLY 'ABLE TO CONVERSE IN A FOREIGN TONGUE. Tho belief has arisen that it is unnecessary really to speak French and German. Thousands of educated Americans visiting Europo annually aro proving tho fallacy of this dictum. English certainly is Bufficient to carry tourist parties from hotel to hotel, 'but it is IMPOSSIBLE TO OBTAIN A TRUE IDEA OF FOREIGN LANDS (AND THEIR VALUABLE CULTURE WITHOUT BEING ABLE TO CONVERSE WITH THE INHABITANTS. Interchange of professors in Ainorican and European universities, 0 beneficial to tho causo both of international peaco and international Bcholorship, positively cannot bo dovoloped properly bocauso so IEW 'AMERICAN PROFESSORS ARE TO BE HAD WHO CAN TALK TO A FRENCH OR A GERMAN AUDIENCE. !c'ht ,nonUlf "!!Tl1" dren aro not many In number, thcro being only nlno wlthlu tho school 'ago In this district. They nro easily governed and nro very anxious o learn. house, I havo u nl:o Ilttlo school which was bullc two years ngo and Is within throo minutes walk of my boarding placo. It Is very nlc'ly equip-'pewith slnglo desks and Is heuted Heating by tho Watornmc-Wntcrbur- y ' Hyden Has Revival Fifteen days' revival services clos- ed In Hyden at tho end of lost week under tho auspices of tho l'resbytc- Rev. C. C. Drown, ati rlan Church. ovangeiut, conducted tho preaching, tl10 "'"Ks MnS led by Mr. Fuclon "Wit, tun luwillisu wire veijr out- mk. B mon thnn 90 jng confession and C3 being baptlred nni rocelvod Into tho Presbyterian 'Church. Several moro went to tho to tho quick sometimes." Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia In 1876. Beforo Hell's practical work Itels and a number of European scientists had evolved a primitive elecWorth tho Idea seemed vividly in-- tric telephone which depended upon Jected Into his mind that Ufo had a tho Interruption of the electric current new attraction and "was well worth rather than upon Its variation In strength to correspond with the vibrathe living Ho and his friend drifted into tho tions of tho transmitter. pteasantett week they had ever enDaptlst Church. joyed. Norman was wild to paint the In a Good Cause. fearlessly,' portrait of his Ideal but he was no "Johnny, what aro you doing?" "Mr. Urown precched ' "Tryln to learn the flsh In this here says tho Leslie Banner. "Tho Drunk- - longer ' the artist! As to Lano, so ord, tho fornicator, tho adulterer, thu different was Irma to tho average run crick what they'll glt It they bite on .murderer, tho liar aud tho thief were of society bells who had courted blm Sunday." plainly slum,, fr,om thu Scriptures for his fortune, that a tie grew strongHis Reason. It would be er dally that that they could not inherit tho King hard to break. be feared "Why did you name your racing car dom ut God. Tho largo audiences Lane winced ono evening as they numor?" respected tho bpeakcr for his plain strolled In the white moonlight, and "Because I want her to keep on pretty cloo all the poetry In the nature of bis preaching though ho cut 1 I October, and was on the three weeks; after that wo had beautiful weather. Wo aro on tho Northern Pacific Hallway and farming Is tho chief Industry. Wheat and flax aro tho chief products. Wo havo four grain elevators. Lost month ono of theso alone received 110,000 bushels of wheat, An old Borca student, Ora M. Flanery. th l?,; ground about "Who's she?" "Sidney Worth's sUter. From tho mlnutn I have had but ono Ideal: To paint her picture somo day." "And slightly In lovo with her, eh, Ralph?" Intimated Lone. "Well oh, no, Fvo got too much senso to Imagine myself n sultablo parti for a member of the old and aristocratic Worth family." "H'm!" said Lane again thoughtfully. "And what do you suggest.?" "Why, wo are going south day after tomorrow. With out flitting tho episode is ended. No need of dleagreo-abl- e explanations. Tho Worths know you wero coming today. We'll run up thero tonight. Irma Is Interested In art, music and all that, and particularly wishes to know you." "To know Ralph Norman, tho artist,' you mean?" "That's s," agreed his companion. "A sort of mix up In personality, Isn't It? Too late to mend It now, though, bo-fo- re , your Haroun al IUscbld career, and get through with It," said Lane Indifferently. The young millionaire did not leave Drocton with his friend that day, nor tho next. In fact, from tho evening when ho was first Introduced to Irma, so" "Continue of his telephono was exhibited at tho Page Four. THE CITIZEN. c "JI'sh January 30, tgts oooooooooooooooooooooocooo o o Miss Helen Gould Weds Helen Miller Could and Kin- ( a oooooooooeooo DR. BEST, DENTIST Office over on "1C noon tr',in- - iwu-for a few days visit with home folks and his many friends, Mr. W. M. C'asteel of East Bern- BRXCK DAN H. college siaoi wns urougni to wie Fire, Lie, Aradent, nd Live Mock IlMitllIt Mon,,3Vi for a 0,,eration by INSURANCE his son. W. T. Casteel of Berry and Will itgn your bond. his brother, C 0. Casteel of Weav- - to accomwtny her, They found that were similar, loth '"'Ir ln charitably Inclined, and since that NEWS OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A time Mr. Shepard hat been a froriu'iit noon, the "2nd VARIETY OF SOVXZES visitor to New York. Miss Gould will The marrlaga promises to be a bo forty-flv- o In July, Mr. Shepard peculiarly happy one, the contracting being nearly n year her senior. As yet no wedding tour has been f I have a few valuable building lota parties having met on one of Miss (ad.) Gould's trips of Inspection of rail- announced, the happy couple teeming for sal, cheap. H. C. Woojf. 'Mr. Shep. to prefer the retreat of Llndhurst. Dr. J. F. Rudclph of Santa Rom, road Y. M. C, A.'s In the Thousands of Ulegrams of congratu-PresideDr. nrd, who is the assistant of Now .Mexico, It visiting with Hall- - latlon were received, and hundreds cf the Missouri-Pacifi- c and Mrs. Cowley this week. Dr. Bert Cornelius of Craftsvllli- - road, Mug delegated by that road of costly presents. CITT I'llONK I S3 Icy J. Shepard were married at Mlw (!,,i,i-- . ,r,irv lm.no l.vn.lhnrs. m I' LOCAL PAGE ooaoaoooaooaoaoooo McLaughlin's Extra-Qualit- y Coffees McLaughlin's CofIcc3 nrc bought by g their own buyers in the countries. Roasted by W. F. McLntif;blin CB5. 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. concc-;rowin- j nt Berea Bank A Trust Co. j amv?" . NARROW ESCAPE : Phone 505 Richmond, Ky. er. tered school here, Tuesday, Prof, and 3Ira. Montgomery return-- ! ed one day last week from Washing- " haJ l,een llon- - D- c- - wntre Y, M, C, A, PROGRESS lenulne a meeting on rarm jianage- tnent held by the Bureau of Agricul Klrksvllle. Year's Report Showt Great Growth Mr. Chas. Holcomb expects to ertct ture. M:s. A. B. Huff left. Suuday. for During the past year there were a two story brick building on the lot Lexington, where her husband Is at- 125,000 men and boys In Bible classes purcunsed of B. II. Hanson on Chest tending school. nut St., this spring. of the V. M. C. A. and the attenuMiss Maud Morgan of Rlchnfond, Mary Robinson was visiting In ance at all religious services was Miss vlsltsd friends in Berea, Saturday and town, Sunday. Theie were CO.OOO enrolled nt Suni!ar- night educational classes and 300,000 .Mr. A. B. Golden was kept at home In physical training. The membership Mr, R. F. Sellers was in Winchester, the first of tho week, having Is a State Committee meet- - toms of blood poisoning, resulting Is now 005,100. The Association at working among the men of the packing of the Intercollegiate Prohibition from sticking fins In his hand while ing houseo, foundries, shops nnd facAssociation in behalf of the local cleaning fish. among toys working In mines, leaguo. Arrangements were made to Mr. B. F. Harrison moved Into the tories; messenger have the convention at this place, house Just vacated by Mr. Holcomb. cotton mills, stores and In among students In college service; April 21st and 22ad. Mr. Holcomb moved Into the apart600,000 High School boys; among and ments above tho store of R. E. Moye. and The Misses Carrie Marcum the million railroad men; among Kunlco Plerson made a short trip Mr. David Roebuck was visiting and sailors; among lumbermen, to Richmond, Monday. frlendi In town, Sunday. the country boys, tho Immigrants as Mr. J. W. Swartz of Cleveland, O., Mr. Ora Adams who has been work- they sail, land and reach a thousand representative of Ginn and Co., a ing In Illinois has returned home. lolnts; among construction gangs friend of Prof. Edwards and class- building Awirt-isaacs was in Cincinnati on pioneering railroads and mate of Prof. Montgomery, spent business tho first of the week. bridges; p.mong colored men and the Tuesday and Wednesday In town. j Dr. Shannon gave a short but In- - Indians; among the men of tho great Mlss Zoda Greenlee, student of the terestlng and Instructive address to teaming clti?s of the far East, us College Dept. here for three years Ul0 gtudents In United Chapel, Won-unt- il well In North and South America. last spring when she was com- - ,ay morning, on "Heredity." It has found means, methods and tho Idled to leave school on account of utll(J Dulc( heI(1 hcr bIcD'n,0, t.,((.. message to reach them all. tho tlon of off,ccrH la8t Saturdaj. CVenlng Ill health. Is now Librarian it Battle Creek Saultarluin Library. ianil tho f0i0wln? wcre tho8f;n for FOR YOU Pres. Frost Is at tho Hinsdale j tho temalnder of tho year: President 1013, Is set aside his ixjuiso Hanttailum this week taking vice President, Lucy Saturday Feb. 1st, AT HOLLIDAY'S STORE Smith; Secretary, Gettle Beem; TreasChristmas Vacation. For tho greatest coffee demonstraMr. Wm. Hayes camo up from his urer, Hazel Conwell; Third member home at Conway, Tuesday, to visit of executive board, pt.uri mhblns, tion that has ever been held In Cenand Marshall, Gertrude Green, tral Kentucky. Everybody cordially with his son, Oscar and family. to sco the largest nnd best Invited ;i stock of coffoos that has uvcr b3ii symp-Monda- y, Donley Welch b nicely with Mlsi house. It will be ready for occupancy soon. Houses will burn. Insure iu an old reliable Company. H, C. Woclf. (ad.) MUs Lucy Ogg visited her aunt. Mrs. Moore, In the country. Sunday. Mr. Sallle Hanson and little daughter, Julia, spent Saturday and Sun day in Lexington. Ml8s Grace Adams returned home, Saturday, after a weeks' visit at Stores. (ad.) Mr. Joe Azblll of Ktchmoiiu was visiting relatives In Ilerea one day last week. Miss Anna Davidson was calM to Express Train. No. 32 will ttop at Berea to take her home in Ohio last Thursday on on paasengert for Dayton, O., Rich- account of the death of her uncle. 'Mr. It. L. Richardson is in town mond, Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Colum- this week on business. but, O., and points beyond. Mr. W. B. Harris was at home for South Bound. a day or two last week. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati Three North Carolina boys were 11:65 a. m. BEREA No. 33 will atop to take on pat- - called home, on account of ilcknes sengert for Atlanta and points ba- - j at their homes, Monday of this week Mr. Leroy John came to Ilerea from ond. North Bound his home in Cincinnati last Thursday MtRXA, 1:46 p. m. and entered the business department. 1:17 p. m. Mrs. Sallle Hanson was the fortun- Cincinnati one In getting the nice watch given away by U. H. Roberta to the Start tho New Year right go to one who would guess nearest to the Welch's and "Save the W0Uld burn. ,Ir3. tlme tne blg hours o Hanson's guess was forty-eigJudge T. J. Coyle was called mnnv m! and 80016 minutes, only missing the time a very' few minutes. was accompanied by his wife. Mrs. B. H. Gabbard vlsltd In Rlch- Mr. Felix Estrtdge who had a paralytic stroke some few weeks azo mond for a short time at the first of the week. is improving slowly. Mrs. Skinner of Corbln, has ben Mr. John Hammond whu has been visiting for bome time with Mrs. very ill with pneumonia while visitis James Hart. ing Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Harris Sir. Edwin Tatum who is oierator out again. Mrs. Nannie Brannautan was railed at the station at Tort Estill was visto Brush Creek on account of the iting in town, Sunday. slight Illness of hr daughter, Mrs Miss Laura Spence who has been Lasw'H. visiting in Berea has gone to Rich- -' Th contractors are getting alon mond, where the will be for some ( 7:46 am. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound, Local 8:16 p. m. 6:30 a, m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. UK REA Knoxvllle 7:0 p. m. 6:60 a. n. Kdlth Back, a foimer student and graduate of the Uerea Normal Pept. ent Monday with friends in North Bound, IxjcaI 7:00 a. m. 10:66 p. in. town. Knoxvllle You can get alt your supplies 2:62 a. Di. 1:07 p. m at BEREA 'r: 'MUs " ono place. I'liono ii'j Welch's Dept. Dle". ht IKrea had another lire at 10 o'clock Saturday night, which came neat be. Ing tragic. The home, occupied by Mr. and V.n. Waldon, leongln? to Mrs. For Bala by Laura Jones was burned. Mrs. Wnl-do- n had retired and was awakened by her little baby gasping for breath, UNCI It. and found that tho house wai on fire, the flames bursting out above the bed. The doors telng locked, she Holhdny buys and sells more goodthings to cat, and keeps on broke out a window and escaped In time. Men coming from the Just hand for the market the largest, freshest, cleanest, Lodge gavo tin alarm, but tho fire and best stock of staple nnd fancy groceries, had gained too much hnday to REVIVAL AT M. E, CHURCH fruits and vegetables in Berea. save anything. The origin of tho fire Next door to Post Office. Phono 92. Tho meetings at the M. K. CI urch is unknown. Both the hou? mid fur: .u : .:. Your Patronage earnestly solicited on Chestnut St., are now In progress. niture were Insured. They are being conducted by the Pastor, Rev. Haas. SHANNON IN BEREA 'Much interest is being manifested Prof. T. C. Shuuuon, Secretary i.f and It Is hoped that tho labors of I Sentiment Is said to bo Increasing As a result 01 tho recent notoriety the American Purity Federation and the able astor will bring ubout the of glvou to Breot'iltt by tho Winchester throughout tho county In favor author of "Self Knowledge," and 'desired results. trials, public sentiment has been lifting tho reproach that has so lon Uvti hanging over Ilreuthlll, school uroused In Jackson, and n civic leaguo formed. Tlds leagiw men nnd public officials joining with Is holding moetlngs on Sunday after good citizens of all classes In th noons In the Ki.lghts of Pllhlus ImIkh' denunciation of the criminal clement 16 per cent acid phosphate fertilizer. e sell together for ltt-- r und banding room. m things. In union strength It Mug A mj sterlous committee kl.own the Vigilance Committee, rexrts . ' found, nnd It Is hoped that tho tlmo grass seed bought at Welch's is as good as the league, nnd has taken oirnslon to will soon come when tho l.iwles tho police judge and city ment will Ixt In tho minority and tho will not be afraid to bttorncy for their courage In the press their sentiments. of criminals. 1 won known fooa, n e. rea, Monday and Tuesday. His lecture to men, Monday evening, won hearty applause as did his short talk on heredity at Chapel exercise. Tuesday morning. Ho also Rave a lecture, Tuesday evening in Main Chae! and more than two hundred 'young men requested that ho continue his lure and did without their super In order to hear him. At sevjn he the young ladles at ladles' Hall. Ill stay will long be remember. ed In Berea oth,r .aaaaaaaaaaaWWaaSl HOLIDAY'S Jackson Aroused I ' ' Every 1 .et us sell you your stoves, your furniture and rugs. to Welch's for that buggy wmc i BIRTHDAY PARTY Come Remember our By other's faults wise men reel their own. A sorrow shared cor- - Tho Senior Class enjoyed another delightful tlmo last Wednesday even ing. Have you bought your plows and gears? Vulcan and Oliver. We sell you us See whenbeforetrade atbuy you for we both make money time. Dr. King of East Bernstadt came to Berea at the first of the week to bring a patient to the College hos- pital. Mr. Brack Sams of Tennessee en- - It was tho birthday of one of the and class, .Miss Lillian Newcomer, they celebrated It by giving her a surprise, iiarty at her home. She was completely surprised, but bore It knowing cheerfully and gracefully, that the plans of a crowd of seniors are not easily irustrated. Ka;h member of the class took bon,e. thing to cat which no one else knew about, and furnished much amusement by giving the name of tlntr l. contribution lu reonse to After feasting on the varied and delicious abundance of food, a number of witty toasts were given, nnd many th-songs were sung, nfter whlih counted the yearH for Mtiis Newcomer, tho party then came to an roll-cal- Is a sorrow dlld-ed- ; a pleasure charot Is a pleasuro doub!e. A vacant mind Is an Invitation vico. to Thou c.imext not to thy place by nccliV'iit; It Is the. very place God meant for the. Trench. It's Different In Life. "In novels the virtuous hero always s alts twenty years for the equally heroine, In real life neither waits for the other nioro than 20 minutes, and sumetlmes not even that, If there Is anything mora exciting going on." "Diana of Dreams." by O. U. tlurglu. rlr-tuou- CO YEARS EXPERIENCE BIRTHDAi CELEBRATION I end. SLATE LICK LOCALS Mrs. John Preston is very sick Mlss Nora McCormlck has return from j,ar,H whtrc 8,ie ,mg ,e1 visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. N. McCor iiiIck and other relatives. Mrs. Elizabeth Prattler has returned to Ixiulsvlllo after making an ex"Mrs. tended visit with hcr sUter, W. D. Parks of Berea nnd Mrs. J. Rutherford of Richmond. Mrs. Lucy McCormlck und Mrs. W. D. Parks were th" guests of ilr. and Mrs. J. S. Rutherford, Saturday and Suncay. Mlsi Maud Snider is visiting her sister, tnis week, near Klrksvllle. IRADC MARKS Saturday evening Prof. T. A. Edwards was very Pleasantly surprised when all tho teachers of the Foundation and Modei Schools gather- bis ed nt his home to celebrate birthday. They presented him with a nice appreciated which was bookcaso very much indeed. cndlng some time In conAfter versation and wishing lVof. Edwards many more birthdays the gathering dispersed. ACADEMY GIRLS WIN Girls' The College and Academy basketball teams played their first dual game in tho gymnasium, Monday afternoon, at 2:lf, resulting In u score of twelve to ten In favor of the Academy girls. Good team work prevailed thruout tho entire game and fouls were comparatively few. team Tlie star for the College .Miss Myers who made a goodly number of the polnta for that team, Miss Bowman starred for the Acacrmy team, making ten of the twelve points for her side. Tho line up was: Collego Academy. Margaret Todd Cs, Polly Fields. Bernlco Chase Gs, Carrie Marcum. Gettle Beem Sarah Tedford. Naury Myers Fs. Maud Bowman. Mary Garford. Ina Harrison. RICHMOND LAWYER STRICKEN Iist CoptniOMTa Ac Anrtnan1lif fctrh and 1a(iHtvwi rut kttlir m 4n1mr Mcoriahi mr i.4iltn frt Invention Dftiana tlnlfictlrf.1rotifljtxtiUJ. nt frt. tot Uktn tbnturh HAMWOl on Wynn C. llciU Scientific iuniu, Ir inf rlantlBn hHirnl, L Jftttrkatt ltlmtrIM "wklf. Sui4 tif m nc. co k;all siB fcS r SU Vf utllDilan. Trm. tl na4lr. Htw York Kt'. I Arraat Hr. tol-dle- rs fareell"Teception Mrs. F. C. Mauphi nnd daughters gave a reception in honor of Rov. II, F. Reed and wife, pastor of the Ilujk. tlst Church at their homo on Center St., Friday evening, Jan. 17th. A largo number were present. eluding members of tho Baptist und other churcliea ns well ns several 'iuts and College people. If'rcshnicnts were nerved and I vory pleasant evening enjoyed by stu-and EVERY WOMAN i all. FOR SALE 'the quality and freshness of the I who keeps house will appreciate FOR SALE I I I Buff Orpington Roosters, splendid 11.00 each. Call on or 'phono A. F. Scruggs, Berea, Ky. (phone 83) strain, seen In Berea, Ky. Tlmo of demonstrr tlon from 8 a. in. to 7:30 p. ni. Mr. J. M. Bounvlta of Chicago, who has had 43 yearn experience lu this Ono Essex Model Incubator, one hundred and twenty egg size. W. A. rodd. (ad ) FARM FOR Meats and Groceries I SALE The Racket Store j country and across the waters In the to coffco business has been Becured FOR SALE glvo this demonstration. He Is a man Very deslrablo houou und lot on of unquestionable ability and repreCenter St. Must" be sold. Will take sents W. F. McLaughlin und Co., of cofChlcngo, tho largebt exclusive IVX) If purchase Is mado within the fee Co. In tho country. Everybody next 30 days. (ad.) come. B. Coddlngton. Attorney Jerry A. Sullivan of Richmond was stricken with paralysis, Monday, while at work In his offlc. Tho entire left side Is said to be affected. Ho was taken to his apart-mon- ts In tho Glyndon Hotel und physicians later expressed Iiok of his rocovery. 80 acres of land on Richmond Kingston pike, 2 miles from Her.-for sale. 8 room dwelling, good well, orchard and all necessury out houses. Write, Ellhu Ulcknell. Berea, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. a, which come from here, and besides our prices are the lowest consistent with honest goods and prompt service. and Palace Meat Market and Grocery U. B. ROBERTS, Proprietor. Coyle DulldlnK, Main St. Phone 57 BERETS Hardware, LEADING HARDWARE STORE JACK AND STALLION TELIPHONK NO. 40 CALLS .talllon, breeders. For sale, or exchange for other stock. Good Black Jack 10 bands, and v.w vtu, Html uinn VI bliui Ull G yearo old, both good Will not let out on shares. Addrtss J, W. Herndon, Berea, Ky. W. O. MOORE, at the Nicely Stand For all kinds of FEED and BREAD STUFFS, Potts' Flour and Meal in any quantity, Corn, Oats, Hay, Straw, Ship Stuff and Chicken Feed. We are able to furnish feed in car load lots. PaU, A COMPLETE LINE Mowiaf Macfcaaei, Famkf IaleeaU, Gatolwe Oil Store, tad Groceries ni PriceaR8ht J. D. CLARKSTON MAJN STIUtlT. aaar ""C.u january .y. 1013. FARMERS INSTITUTE ArrnnRtmrnlN hnvn been innrio by the Htnto Dppnrtmrnt tit Agrlculturu tho ami Heron CoHcrd Jointly for holding of a KariiKTH' Inallluto nt Alonduy and Ttionclny, Tplirnary Ih'rt-n- , iUth nnd lllli. . Mr. V. II. ("lay Ion of Hrliron, Ky., "no of the most miccoBuful urchnrd lntH In tho Hlati', will give mvi'ral tnlkd on (HicHtloiiH nrlalnliig to fruit inlslng, Mr. Hlniih-- I. MorBO of Marlboro, .MaxM., with n rvpulatlou nn nn IntcriMitlng and I'lilcrtnlnlng njaKcr, will talk on the miliji-c- t of Koll und Soil Fertility, MIhh Helen S. WIRott of Shelbyvllle, Ky., will Rie tiillm on tho nubjoct of Doincxtlc Scleno'. Mr. Jntne 'McKtv of VcrnallloH, Ky., will talk on I.tve Stock and Mr. (trltupfl, of Frankfort, on ItoadH. theso gentlemen, Profs. I'wls, Clark, Montgomery and Mr. Flanery, nnd tho 'MIhhob Merrow, Hpeer and Parker of the College Faculty will ill no lecture on various agricultural Mibjects In which they are I lit envied, both from the stamlM)lnt of tho y THE CITIZEN Justify tho statement, It' Is said, that tho business hn been carried on to tho extent of two millions annually, Many Indictments hnvo been returnNmv ed against stnmp brokers In York. MOItSH AO A IN Charles W. Mom?, who seems to have faked sickness In order to President Tnft's pardon, which roleascd him from the Atlanta prison, whoro ho vm serving n bontenco for Illegal stock manipulations In Now York, In roiwtcd broke again, after quickly recovering his henlth and plunging into business. He Is' Mild to bo seriously, III In Itnly, nnd ougRC8tc that his attorney put him ro .Pace WATCH Kive Kentucky's Grand Old Man Dead Col, II. T. Uurett of loulivlllo Is Justly entitled to bo called Kentucky's grand old mnn, In very fecblo health ho colcbrnted his 00th birthday, Friday, tho 21th. He Is n great scholar, having put tho finishing touehes upon his education In (lerman Universities. Although a lawyer ho has spent much of his time In hlstorlrnl and Antlquarlnn study. Hd Is the founder Club nnd President of tho Fllson which was organized thirty years ngo. Ho has pcrliapj tho largest private library In tho South. It was in hi llbrnry that Col. Iloosevclt gathered much of his material for his fnmom book, "Thn Winning of the West." 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 will bo a grand pamdc of TIm wlfo of Lieutenant Durlcson of tho miffrago forces on Pennsylvania Fort Myer, Va., will lead tho miliAvenue, orders having been given to tary section of tho parade. tho forces throughout tho Union to gather In tho Capitol city even If Not In entire forgetfulncss, they havo to walk to get there. And And net In utter nakedness, It Is reported tlyit a good many nro But trailing clcuda of glory. do 'Wo going to show their physical stamina como by attempting tho feat. Tho parada From God, who' is our homo, Is to 'take place on tho day before Wordsworth. tho Inauguration, March tho 3rd. send him to tho Senate. Tho ballot-Jng- ! for n senator for tho term ending March jth, resulted In the election of Prof. W. II. Webb. Ho nlso is nn ludcitcndcnt Democrat. through bankruptcy. WILL DISPLAY THKIIl STItKNGTII DKIIIIS IN TltOUIll.U A (IAIN. Woman Suffragists nro not ns miliKugeno'V. Dcbbs, who wns the tant In tho United States as In the candidate for tho Presidency mother country. Hut tho propognmU last fall, was arrested In Terre Haute, Is meeting with even grenter succet.s, I ml., last Friday, having been Indictthero being tni states now where ed In tho Federal Court of Kansas pendent Judical Ticket. Independent women havo full and equal suffrage. on the charge of obstructing' Justice. Democrats ami Republicans united to A near feature of tho coming Innug- - furnished bond Dcbbs Immediately nnd was released. NKW HK.N'ATOItS FUO.M TBNNKSSKK Tho IegUlature of IVnnesjee elected Justice John K. Shields of tin Supremo Court to tho United States Setiato for tho long term to begin March 4th, lost Thursday Justice Shields enmo Into prominence a fuw years ago, when ho headed tho Inde- urallon g teacher and the practical fanner. Tho hwhIoiik of the liutltutu will m held In Uper I'lmp-- I bglnnlni! nt ten a. in. on Monday, Feb. HHli. All farmers from "utxlde or Herrn will Ik? served 'lunch by the College. This Institute ought to lie of Inter- to both men nnd women and many farmer near enough to get Into Ilcrea will find It will menu doll.irs and cents In his pocket to attend tho meetings and listen to tli Id as And lectures on farming nnd there presented. A special Invitation Is extruded to tho ladles and young women to attend tho lectures and demonstrations lious-keepl- 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 In bouiekoeplng nnd sowing I). Walter Morton. IN OUR OWN STATE Cunlinuril (torn Plrat page In oporatlou thru Perry for quite a uhllit not a single coal mine had lieeu Cened. Announcement Is now made that a initio with a capacity of eight hundred tons per day Is being ojieued tloBo to Hazard. Shipments, however, will no', be begun until next mid- We are offering an array of exceedingly attractive bar- summer. WHY JUSTICK I'AILUO Tho Fiiyett County tirand Jury, at Its sitting Just closed. Indicted Joo lluydon of Josnamlnu County for perjury. Haydon wns a Juror In the famous Dotan trial, the Inst of his four trials, In the first three o( which then) was a hung Jury, In thn fourth, a vet diet of manslaughter, the Judge netting nhldn the verdict on the ground Hint Juror llnyilcn was paid to have expressed an opinion of the guilt of Dolnn, although swearing when he was accepted that he had not. Tho Indictment was brought on the testimony of tint) or tour hubstantlal citizens. LOUISVILU' HANK CLOSKl) Tho Commercial Hank nnd Trust Company or Ioiilsvllle was closed by the banking commissioner last week, certain of the loans being declared to bo of a questionable character, although it Is thought the will lose nothing. NOMINKB FOIt CONOUIOSS SHOT Henry I,. Ilalley of Cynthlana. H publlcan nomlmo for Congress In tho I'th District at the last election, was shot and Instantly killed on the streets f his horn town, Monday nftcrnoon, by Newton Arnold. Tho men met on the street nnd nn argument ensued over some money which Arnold owed Hallcy. Two shots wero fired. Mr. Ilalley railing to the street and dying Instnntly. Tho Indignation over the nffalr was so great that Arnold was taken to Lexington for safe keeping. UNITED STATES NEWS Conlinurd (rm lltat Page Congressman Stanley appealed to tho Houbo of Representatives for a mill-Io- n or or or or Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats for for for for $1600 1150 1000 800 600 500 400 $250 225 200 90 Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' $20.00 $15.00 $12.50 $10.00 Suits Suits Suits Suits or or or or Coats Coats Coats Coats for for for for - - - - $1200 1000 850 700 $500 425 350 Hoy's Suits Hoy's Suits Hoy's Suits or Overcoats worth $7.50 for or Overcoats worth $6.50 for or Overcoats worth $5.00 for Misses' Cloaks worth $7.50 for Misses' Cloaks worth $6.50 for Misses' Cloaks worth $5.00 for A lot of Ladies' Skirts it half price can't afford to miss this opportunity - - - Ladies' & Gents' Sweaters worth $3.50 for Ladies' & Gents' Sweaters worth $3.00 for Ladies' & Gents' Sweaters worth $2.50 for Men's Sweaters worth $1.25 for If you waat a skirt yon Shoes Shoes Shoes appropriation, the IMtli, but this will hardly bo necessary Inabinuch as up tho War Department has taken tho matter. KOCKKKKLLHIt FOUNDATION APPltOVKD Tho Rockefeller Foundation, providing for tho philanthropic nso of oue hundred million, has bom approved by Congress, a bill Incorporating the IhiIIi having passed Foundation Houses. Tho objoct of the fund U "to promote tho well being and advance the civilization of tho people of United 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 Closes Saturday, Feb. 8th States and Its territories." BOUHNH'8 SUCCESSOR Senator llourne of Oregon Is to be succeeded by a Democrat, Dr. Harry Lane, lino beat the regular Republican In tho Primary by a tliouniul votes, and llourne, who wuh running as an ludopcmlent, having previously boon defeated In the party primaries, by ten thousand Lane's platform Includes Buch progressive measures ns Come, Inspect Goods and Prices. Buy Only If Satisfied That It Will Be Decidedly to Your Interest to Do So. CASH TO ONE AND ALL. Prtsldentlal primaries, dlroct election of United States Senators, publication of olectlou contributions, Income tax, rural credit system, one term for tho Presidency. FRAUD OF A NEW KIND The Post Office Department Is unearthing bugo frauds tho Illegal solo of stolen postage stamps. Reports HAYES &G0TT The Quality Store BEREA, KENTUCKY Page Six. 1 THE CITIZEN. January 30, 9'.V 27, RECORD OF 12 TURKEY. seconds and a Xfl yard dash In It sec onds at Auckland, New Zealand. Both are world's records. APntt. L Oxfonl won the annunl race with Cambridge on the Thames; time for 4H miles, 22 minute 3 seconds. tl. Major league baseball season opened. It. Mike Ryan of tho New York Athletlo club won the annual American Marathon at Boston, covering the 26 mile seccourse In I hours 21 minutes I! onds. The Events of the World In Paragraphs. TWO ATTACKS ON ocronitn 1 Hostilities between the Balkan states and TurKcy'wcre begun by a clash on the frontier north of Adrl.inople. 1 Montenegro declared war against Tur-- - t. A Summary of Affairs Abroad anit at Home Miscellaneous Hnppcn- lngsAccllcnt Storms nil Ship Disasters Sports. MAT, key The Montenegrin army captured Dclch-Itc- h mountain, on the ro.nl to Scutari, with nearly all of the Turkish de- Jerome D. Travcrs. defended his title of champion by defeating Oswald Klrkby at the Metropolitan Golf association tournament at Short Hills, Klvlat made n new record by running the 1,600 meter race In 3 minutes f9 14 seconds at New York. JUNE. 11 Bulgaria presented to Turkey the ultimatum of th 17, fenders from the Atlantic to the Taclflc In 191L killed In a flight at Long Beach, Cal. English Miners' Confederation bn I doned their coal strike, 10. The White Hlrtr liner Tltnnlf, largest passenger steamer nlloat, sailed from Southampton on her maiden voyage for Now York. II Miss Harriet qulnihy, tho American air nnmsu. flew across the English channel, the first woman to accomplish the feat. 30. Cable ship M.ickny Bennett with her cargo of 190 of the Titanic dead recovered from the sea reached Halifax, N. 8. MAT. T T BOLL nged K3. tt. Col. Jnmes Gordon, noted nt Okolona, Miss.; aged 79. noted Unl' M. Rev. Dr. Robert Collyer, tnrlan preacher. In New York city; ,t P. Jones, former Untied State senator from Nevada, at ljo Angaloa.'Cal I aged 69. Noted People Who Passed Away In 1912. VICE PRESIDENT SHERMAN DIED N. J. 27. Abel R. a new record with the dlscus-I- M feet H Inches. Klvlat ran l.tOO meter race In 3 minutes 60 seconds In New York city, beating his own record made May 27. I. Tagalle won the English Derby at Ep- 1 James Duncan 6 fnade som. tl 11 The United 8tates government warned Cuba that political disturbance on the Island must cease. 11 The Manehu dynasty abdicated the throne of China by an edict vesting the sovereignty In the people. 11 Arliona proclaimed a state of the Union. JL Yuan Shlh Kal elected president of the Chlneso republic. announced that he X Roosevelt formally Republican nomlna- , would accept the I tlon If offered him. , JANUART. tebruart. S. Wright cleared 13 feet 2U Inches In a pole vault at Cambridge. Klrkby defeated Jerome D. Oswald Travera at Atlantic City for the New golf championship. Jersey 21. Harvard won varsity eight rowing race from Yale at New London. 24. American marksmen won the Inter- 1 Mark gainst Turkey King Ferdinand of Bulgaria Joined tho army at the front. Battle at Kirk Klllse between Turks. Turks Kirk declared war Balkan states. Turkey declared war upon Servla snd Bulgaria. Greece and Bulgaria 11 Coal miners' convention at Wilkes-ba- r re ndoptrd an ngreement with mine owner and ended the strike; 170,000 miners resumed work. JUNE nr.cr.uriKn. Gen. Julius II. Slnhrt. Federal veteran of the civil war. In New York city; grd 7. 1 Gen. Gale P. Thruston, civil war author nnd historian, nt Nashville; aged 77. 11 Prince l.ultold, regent of Bavaria, at Munich, rfged 91. 1. Philip O. Parmalee killed In aviation flight nt North Yakima, Wash. 1 President Taft welcomed the visiting division of tho German navy to American wnters nt Fort Monroe, Vn. 1. 10. Itenownrd Authors, Noted Artists, Kiiilnriit Stiitrsincii mill Itulcrsnnd Famous Soldiers Crowd the List. All Hanks Leveled. JANUART. , JANUART, Bulgars and re- 19. it "The treated from Klllse.be-In- g ! The squadron of threo German warships visiting the United Htntes steamed Into the Hudson, escorted by four American battleships. Capt. Dubois and Lieut. Albert olllcers In the French army, collided In killed when their biplane midair at IXiual, France. JULT. 1 Alfred Tennyson Dickens, son of the novelist. In New York; nged 67. 1 Rear Admiral ltobley D. Evans. U. a gu 27. II. The Russian steamer Russ foundered In tho Black sen; 172 lives tost. 11 The British steamship Wlston Hall wrecked off the coast of Aberdeen- shire; 63 seamen drowned. N., retired. In Washington; aged Judge William l.ochrcn, noted Jurist, former commissioner of pensions. In Minneapolis, Minn.; aged W. FEBRUAnT, rErinUAtir. 1 The British subinarlns torpedo host A-- l sunk In collision with gunboat Ilataid off the Isle of Wight; crew of 14 drowned. MARCH. national shooting competition at the Olympic games In Stockholm; grand aggregate score of 1.6S8. Cornell won all three boat racing events at Poughkeepsle varsity 3 oared race, 4 miles, time 19 minutes 21 5 seconds; varsity 4 oared race, 2 miles, time 10 seconds; freshman I minutes 34 oared race, 2 miles, time 9 minutes. 6 driven out by the Bulga Ferdinand. rian army army defeated the Turks Servian Kumanova. NOVEMBER. I at ' H. Tuan Shin Kal Inaugurated provisional president of China. Pitney of Judge II was Mahlon as associateNew Jersey justice 01 Installed the United States supreme court. 11 The state department warned the Mexicans that their country will be held responsible for the protection of Amer- 31 6 seconds. april. L Miss May Sutton won the day court tennis championship of the United States by defeating Miss Mary Brown at Pittsburgh. 1 Jack Johnson defeated Jim Flynn In the 9th round for the heavyweight championship at East Las Vegas, winner In a 12 round contest for the lightweight championship, defeating Joe Rivers at Los Angeles, CaL 1 Formal opening of the Olympic games at Stock7. JULT. 1 Greek troops captured Balonlkl from the Turks. 17. Desperate Bulgarian attack In front ot Constantinople repulsed by the Turks. 1L The Balkan allies captured Monastlr from the Turks. 96. Delegates representing Turkey and the Balkan states met near Constantinople to confer on peace. H Servian troops seized Durazzo, an Albanian port on the Adriatic sea. DECEMBER. 1 The Balkan league exception of Greece, tice with Turkey. powers, with ths signed an armis- icans. MAT. N. M. Ad Wolgast declared erate Veterans. The Danish crown prince proclaimed king as Christian X. 11 The Socialist national convention at Indianapolis nominated Eugene V. Debs and Emll Seldel for president and vice president. President Toft Informed the Cuban government that the United States would not Intervene In Cuba. JUNE. Gen. Bennett II. Young elected commander In chief of the United Confed- JANUART. 11 Republican national convention met In Chicago. Olympic games. 11 Ted Meredith (American) won Olympic Jim Thorpe of Carlisle, Pa., won the pentathlon In the holm. Klasa&atoLf (. 11 39. President W. II. Taft and Vice President James S. Sherman renominated by the Ilepubllcan party. Democratic national convention met at Baltimore. JULT. It games, making a new world's record; time S seconds. Africa won the Olympic Mara thon at Stockholm. the 4"0 meter race In the 20. 2L son nominated Wood row Wil thur of South 36. K. K. Mc Ar- XX convention ft. for president by the Democratic at Baltimore. Marshall nominated for vice president by the Democratic convention at Haiti-mor- e. 11 The Atlantic City, N. J. 11 By a vote of 15 to 23 the United i ' Prohibition convention met at national States Association. William Lorino,"h,n.n Woodrow Wilson, had duly elected to that body. AUGUST. senate declared that- by American Press Photo by American Press Association. Jim Thorpe, Stockholm with 13 points to Sweden's 101 and England's (A. Thorpe, the Indian, non the decathlon. Sweden won 21 Olympic games ended. with a total of 133 points; United 119; England, 78. United States States. led In firsts with 2; Sweden second with 23. 24. Arthur Chappie ran a motorcycle a mile In 19 seconds and 30 miles In seconds, both records, 21 minutes 3? at Brighton Beach, N. V. 23. Ernest Barry, tho English champion sculler, defeated Richard Arnst of Australia over the Thames course for the championship of the world. IS. blizzard raged In the Mississippi from Kansas to the lakes; 11 persons frozen to death. England blizzard bound, trafflo tied up and telegraph lines wrecked. 7 deaths In a tornado which swept over southeastern Missouri. rcnitUAnr. 20 lives lost tn a windstorm which swept over Louisiana and Mississippi. The middle nest struck by a blizzard which In some places was the worst In many years. The Atlantic coast swept by a wind traveling nt the rate of over 90 mites an hour and often over 100 miles. A tornado raged over Texss. Kansas. causing Mississippi and Missouri heavy loss.of life and property. A valley Miss Harriet (Julmtiy, the first wom.n to cross the English channel In nn aeroplane, killed In flight at Boston 1 The great dirigible balloon Akron exploded In flight ut Atlantic City, N J., killing 6 aeronauts. Including Melvln Vanlmnn, her pilot The I orate memorial lighthouse to commemcity; aged tl the tercentenary of Champlaln'a march. discovery of the lake which bears his name, was unveiled at Crown Point, 17. Rear Admiral G. W. Melville, noted navnl veteran of tho civil war and 1st- N. Y, 11 Herman Rosenthal, New York gamtr nn arctic explorer, at Philadelphia; aged 72 bler and accuser of the police, shot 21 Gen. 11. II. Bingham, member of condead In the street. gress known ns the "father of the 21 The balloon Uncle Sam, which left house," nt Philadelphia; aged 71. Kansas City on the 27th, landed nt Manassas, Vo., having traveled 93 tL 8enator Robert Love Tnylor of Tennessee, a veteran In national politics miles, beating competitors In the known aa "Fiddling Bob," In. WashBennett elimination race. ington; aged CI. AUOUST. Arntt. 10. United States army maneuvers began 1 Dr. I. K. Funk, author and publisher, In Connecticut at Montclalr, N. J,: aged 71 II Mulnl Ilafld, the sultan of Morocco, 1 Emily Soldme, vocalist, actress. Jour- abdicated the throne; Mulal Youssef nsllst and novelist, who Introduced was proclaimed sultan. Gilbert and 17. The war game ended at Newtown. operas In Conn. America, In Lon3t President Taft signed the Panama cadon. nal bill regulating the canal toll. It Gen. Frederick SEPTEMBER. Dent Grant, son 11 Gen Count Marosuke Nogt. the Jspn-nes- e of the late Gen. hero of Port Arthur, and his wife U. H. Grant, In killed themselves at Tokyo because ot New York city, the death of the emperor. aged CI 36. The 60th anniversary of the meeting Miss Clara Barof It governors on the 26th ot Septemton, founder of ber, iVS. nt Altoona, Pa., wa celetho American brated In that city. Red Cross socl-et30. The Pulitzer school of Journalism at nt Glen Columbia university opened In New Echo, Md.; nurd York. 1. MARCH. Gen. J. It. Weaver, who wss candidate for president In DM) snd again In 192, 11 American llshlng schooner Patrician9 wrecked off Cape Balds; captain and at De Moines; sged 79. of tho crew drowned. I. Abbe Charles I,o son, famous French preacher known a Pere Hyaclnthr, at 11 10 lives lost by the sinking of the O etI ernal liner Ocean after collision In Paris; nged ffi. the English chnnnel. 16. Mrs. Roger A. Pryor, author and one' APRIL. of the founders of the Daughter of the American Revolution, In New York 11 Ths While Star 1 t liner Titanic Iceberg In longitude 6011 west, sunk by collision with an 41 2 4(1 a. m. Out ot 1201 passenger and crew only 707 were saved Americans Straus and Col J. J Astor Steamer Teiaa, tinder the Turk' latitude north, at 20 Among the Inst were Isldor 10. sengers drowned. Ish tlsg, sunk In the gulf of Smyrna, 04 pas m Col. Astor. I t JUNE. e French submarine warship sunk In collision with the battleship Saint Louis oft Cherbourg; crew of 23 drowned. Vends-malr- OCTOBER, submarine cut In two The British by an ocean liner In the English chan16 drowned, nel, 3 DECEMBER. II British battleship Centurion ran down the Italian steamer Derna In the English channel and ssnk her with all her crew. OCTOBER. 1. 90. Trial of the dynamite plotters at Los Angeles Oct 1, 1910, was begun In 16. It 11 America won the track and Meld meet at MARCH. 16. The south Atlantic coast states swept by a hurricane; many deaths; t rathe paralyzed I 27. 16. APRIL. square miles Inundated by a flood damage estimate In the Mississippi; 2.C0O 110.OO.OO. 8. Near 1.0OJ homeless. people killed by cyclone In Illinois and Indiana. Oklahoma swept by a tornado; 31 dead ICO 21 a. 30. JUNE 5 2t Nearly the entire city of Guanajuato, 30. Ohio; loss of lives 30 or mole. Tornadoes swept over Missouri and 1 Arthur Chappie drove a motorcycle a mile In S3 seconds at Brighton Beach, beating his own record of July 5 auoust. 16. 19. tt U 1 The United States senate warned foreign nations against acquiring naval military sites near United States possessions. i. National convention of the Progressive party met at Chicago. 7. Theodore Itooeevelt and Hiram Johnson nominated by the Progressive national convention at Chicago, Second regular session of the CM congress cloned. Judge Connecticut elected commander In chief of the O. A. SEPTEMBER. Alfred B. Beera of 24. SEPTEMBER. 7. IS. 27. Jerome Travers won the amateur golf championship of the United States, defeating Charles Evans, Jr.. at Whea-to111.. In the final round. The Chicago Americans defeated Philadelphia at Chicago. Insuring the league pennant to the Boston Red Sox for the world's series. The New York club of the National baseball league cinched the pennant by defeating the Boston club In New Matt McGralh made a new world's record by throwing a IS pound hammer a record distance of 191 feet 6 Inches; former record ISO feet 1 Inch. OCTOBER 00 damage The mining towns of Mamma and Sev- entroughs, Nev, were nearly wiped out by a cloudburst; many persons killed Mexico, destroyed and about 1.000 lives lost as the result of a cloudburst Reglna, the "Wheat City" of provln.ee. almost entirely ruined by a cyclone, 60 to 70 deaths, property loss estimated at IU.000.OuQ. Jl'LT. A cloudburst at Denver caused 11,000,- - 10. 11 Col. Theodore Roosevelt was shot at Milwaukee by n would be assassin named John Schrank. The city of Vera Cruz. Mexico, arose In rebellion against President Madrrn Gen Felix Diaz, nephew of Diaz, was at tho head of the Insurrection) Vera Cruz. Mexico, recaptured from tho Insurgents by federal forces. MAT. Lieut Charles Becker of tho New 1 Homer C D.ivcn;ort, famous cartoonYork police found guilty of the murist. In New York; nged 46. der of Herman Rosenthal on July It Frederick VIII. of Denmark at HamIt burg. In New York city Germany; aged C9. The French balloon Plcardle won the to, Wilbur Wright, aviator and aeioplane Gordon Bennett cup by a flight James Inventor, at Davton. O.; aged ii of 1.3C1 miles (a world's record) from Stuttgart, Germany, nearly to Moscow, JUNE. Russia. 1 Mrs, Margaret Sangster, pot nnd auNOVEMBER. Mapleu-oodthor, at N. J.; aged 74. Eliza Archard Conner, social reformer James Bryce. British ambaami writer. In New York city; aged 71 10. Lottlo Gllson, actress known for years ssador to the as the "Utile Magnet," In New York t'nlted States, city; aged II. resigned his 20. Gen. Edward Htuyvrsant Bragg, noted post. prime mincivil war veteran who commanded the The famous Iron brigade, at Fond ilu Lac; ister of Spain, reformer. at sea. aged CI Isldor Straus, merchant and philanthropist, at ret aged C7. Francis D Millet, artist, at sea; sgedO. Col. J J Astor, soldier and capitalist, at sea, nged 47 Jacques Futrelle, author, nt sea; aged 37. 2t Justin McCarthy, novelist, historian, former member of parliament, at Folkestone, England; aged Clara Barton. Journalist W. T. Stead. nnd JANUAIIT. tl miners killed nnd 40 Injured by dust explosion at Kernmercr, Wyo. 21 In a wreck on the Illinois Central st Klnmundy. Ill, the former president of the rood. J T Harahan. was killed, also F O Melcher, second vlco president of tho Rock Island, and E. II 21 16 Ilercr. general solicitor of the same sjstem MAncit. A 13. 20. , t at San Antonio, Tel. Explosion wrecked tho Ran Bola mines at McCurtaln. Okl . burying over li miners miners killed by an explosion Jed, W. Vn. JUNE. mysterious explosion killed 31 men 21 (2 at 21 40 people killed by the collapse of n decayed dock at lagl Park, Grand Island. Niagara river. JULT. 41 killed ami many Injured on the Delaware nnd Ilckawanna railroad In a rear end collision at Gibson's Narrows, n. 26. A cloudburst caused damage In southwest Pennsylvania; mines Hooded and a wide area Inundated; many deaths AUOUST 24. was CnnalvMs. shot dead In the streets of Madrid tiy an an tt 26. axed M. 1 Snow frit In Pennsylvania. 1 An earthquake In Turkey destroyed 3.000 Adrlanople and Calllpoll lives 19. 29. arrhlst Th hoard York, 8 to X a at Los 29. Angeles. OCTOBER. A cloudburst centering nt Nlles, Mich., caused damage of Jl.OiAOna Typhoon In Cheklang province. China, caused a loss of iO.Oou to 70.W0 lives. SEPTEMBER suffered seerely 27. U. Dr. 'Alexis Carrel of the Rockefeller Institute was awarded the Nobel prize of 339,000 for achievement In surgery. II. Peace protocol signed by Italy and Turkey, bringing to an end the war LA 1 Ralph over Tripoli. De Palma won the Vanderbllt auto cup on the Wauwatosa course. Wis.; time 4 hours 20 minutes 31.S4 seoonds; miles. dis- NOVEMBER. tance about t 22. 300 I. Governor Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey and Governor Thomas R. Marshall of Indiana elected president and vice president on the Democratic ticket by an overwhelming electoral majority. Popular vote: Wilson. C.165,748; Roosevelt. 3.921140; Taft, 1S7G.422; Debs, C73.7S3 (approximate); Chafln. 160,G4t U. Treaty between Great Britain and the United States adjusting the north Atlantic fisheries controversy ratified in Washington. DECEMBER. The Australian team won the death roll.of 60 and a property loss of I5.0ui.0u0 resulted from a storm and cloudburst In the Panhandle district of Pennsylvania West Virginia and Ohio killed and 23 hurt by a cloudburst whlt'li struck n Northwestern passenger train near Green Hay, Wis. A typhoon In Japan caused a loss of I20.0OO.000 James Bryce. (.nipninr I A Dlx pardoned A. T Pntrlrk. under a llfo sentence for tne murder of William Marsh Rice In 1900 DECEMnEH the railway en glneers' demmd for Incrensed pay decided In favor of ths engineers arblt ratnrs of In White, defender of Idysmllh In the Boer war, at Iindnn; aged 77. Sir Ijuirrnco Alma-Tadenithe Engllih artist, at Wiesbaden. Germany; aged 71 j Held Marshal Sir George Stuart t 6. N. Y Wll-ien. Jl'tT. 1 Gen. Robert Frederick llnke. a dlatln- gulshed Confederato veteran, at Ha- - It I 21 killed and 30 Injured In an accident on the IJgunler Valley railroad at Pa 10 killed tn a collision on the Chtcngo. Burlington and Qutncy railroad at Western Springs, III. 1 Robert Wiedemann Barrett only 20. lelgh. N. C . nged 76. NOVEMBEn. II. 19 11 2 The Pacific railway merger dissolved by the I'nlli-- Stales supreme court for Violation of the antMrust law. 1L (A. 24. Browning, son of the English pools Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, at A solo, Italy; aged CI Andrew Ijing, English poet, critic nnd novelist, ut Banchory, Scotland; aged Ohio-vlll- (eoplo killed nnd i Injured In a collision on the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley railroad nt llontz. La. 16 people killed and II Injured In a wreck on the Cincinnati, Hamilton nnd Da ton railroad near Indianapolis. DECEMBER. 12 killed and many Injured In a road collision at Dresden, O. 11 International cricket match II by a margin of, 197 runs In New York. Miss Msrgaret Curtis of Boston won the nachampion16. OCTOBER. Philippines Loss of S26.&O.U00 In a typhoon In the Garros, French aviator ascended 19,032 feet, u world's record, nt Tunis. A federal law regulating all communication by wireless ttlegrnphy went Into effect SO, Fannie Denham Rouse, probably the oldest actress In America, at N. Y . aged M. Mutsuhlto. emperor of Japan, at To- kyo; aged CO. (Succeeded by his son Yoshlhlto.) AUOUST. 1 ( ' rail- ' NOVEMUER . 19. 27. 1 Last 1 President Taft recommended measures to strengthen the army and navy In his annual message to congress. JL Woodrow Wilson's 6Cth birthday celebrated at Staunton, Va., where he was born In IKS. SI. The commercial treaty of 1832 with Russia, which was abrogated by the United States, terminated. opened. session of the 62d congress F EVE,. ' tional t golf woman's I ship at Manchester, Mass., by a score of 3 up and 2 to play Hurricane followed by a tidal wave struck thtt Island of Jamaica; over I0 deaths Earthquake on the Pacific coast, se vere In Mexico, with heavy loss of life Heavy snow storms prevailed In the lake states and the Mississippi valley TsSOCIATIO JANUART. 11 I The Prilled Mine Workers of America met In annual convention at Indianapolis MARCH 11 Massenet, French composer of opera music, at Pari; aged 7U Dr. Horace Howard Furnace, noted Shakespearean scholar, ut Walling-ford- . Pa' aged 79. 20. Rev. William Booth, founder and general of the Salvation Army, In London; aged U. SEPTEMBER. JANUART, 29. The American Academy of Political Social Silence met In Philadelphia. MAT Photo by American L In the opening game of the Press Association. world a series at Joe Wood. New York the Boston Americans, with Joe Wood In the box. defeated the New York Nationals by a score of 4 to 3. 11 Boston Red Box won the final game In the world's championship series, defeating New York Giants 3 to 2 at 33. L 7. JANUART. ' 1 Kohlemalnen of Finland won Marathon and championship of the world at Edinburgh; time 2 hours 32 minutes CVfc Boston Willie Kolehmalnen, the Finnish champion, made a new record In Marathon racing by running the distance In 2 hours 23 minutes 39 6 seconds In Newark. N. J, NOVEMBER. , Barney Itellly broke the- record of the Stoughton slide (ski) at Milwaukee with a 137 foot Jump. . George Bonhag ran 6.O0O meter In 16 seconds In New York, a minutes world's record. Pat Macdonald heaved an 13 pound shot 44 feet and a half Inch In New York, a record Jack Idler made a new record In a 76 yard hurdle race In New York; time t seconds - reconds. L Harvard defeated Princeton In the annual game at Soldiers' field. Cambridge. It to 3. Wisconsin defeated Chicago, 30 to 12. at Madison. I. Carlisle Indians defeated Army, 27 to (, at West Point. Pennsylvania won over Michigan, 27 to 21, at Philadel- II , t rEBRUlRT, Ml Willie lloppe retained his title ot world's champion at 112 balk line bll-- 1 Hards by defeating Oeorge Button 600 to 280 In New York. The world's record of feet 3 Inches for Indoor high Jump beaten by H. C. Lawrence, who leaped ( feet 4V4 Inches at Boston Kllbarm defeated Attell In a 20 round contest for the featherweight championship at Los Angeles, CaL UARC1L Ann Arbor, 20 to 7. M. Harvard football team defeated Yale, 30 to 0. at New Haven. Chicago won over Minnesota. 7 to 0. at Chicago. H Ad Wolgast defeated for the lightweight championship by Willi Ritchie In It rounds at Daly City, Cal. Pennsylvania won at football ovsr Cornell, 7 to 2, at Philadelphia. DECEMBER. phia. The annual football game of Yale and Princeton resulted In a tie score of to t at Princeton. Pennsylvania defeated Carlisle Indians. 34 to 26, at Philadelphia. Wisconsin defeated Minnesota at football, 14 to 0, at MinneapMichigan won over Cornell at olis New Mexico proclaimed a state In the Union II A buttallon of United States troops sailed from Manila for China. 11 Charles W Morse, the hanker, freed from Atlanta penitentiary on a pardon by the president 21 Rutherford Page of New York killed In a Curtlss biplane at Los Angeles, tho first fatality In the United States In 1911 rEiinuAiiT. The hulk of the battleship Maine was floated at Havana of the InIt 41 official and ex.oniclnls Bridge and ternational Association of Worker arrested In Btruclurul Iron various purls of the country charged with complicity In a dynamite conspiracy tL Jungfrau railroad tunnel. In the Alps, pierced at an altitude of 13,000 feel, nhere a station I located. 17. Juarez, Mexico, captured by Insur- I JANUARY 21. Colonial Dnines met In Washington. United Confederate Veterans met at Macon, Ga. Sons of the American Revolution met In Boston. JUNE It. Calhoun, a civil war veteran. Journalist and author, m Brooklyn; aged Cfi. t. Lieut. Gen. Arthur MacArthur, U, a A., retired, at Milwaukee; aged 17, 11 EX'Kenalor Hernando De Holo Money, at Gulfport. Miss., nurd 73 It Baron Murschall von Bleberstcln, not-eGerman diplomat, at Berlin; aged d L MaJ. A. 1 The Equitable Life Assurance building burned In New York; 6 person killed nmi 19 Injur, d 17. Nearly CM) building burned In Osaka. Japan, loss 1Xi,(m). 21 Fire destroyed the Academy of Music and annex buildings In Plttsfleld. Mass.; loss PUOOa 4. 1 Hotel 21. 70 rruiiUAHT. tl.6rt.0U) factory btaze In Philadelphia. Downey burned at Lansing. Mich.; Ions J .o,(ixi Flro In the business nnd residence section of Houston. Tex., caused a los of IU.too,Ouu and lift 2(00 people homeless MARCH. 26. I al Education association met at cago AUOUST, General Federation of Woman' Clubs met at San Francisco JUtT. 60th annual convention of the NationChi- 7. 17. tl un26. II The International Typographical ion met at Cleveland, Spanish-American Populist Kan., aged 11. Weldon llrlnton Hryhurn, United States senator from Idaho, In Washington, aged CO Robert llnrr, the novelist, at Woldlng-haEngland; rlugton. A., OCTOBER A Peffer. one of the leaders In the senate, at Ore-nol- W 29. Young' pier, noted resort at Atlantic City, burned; loss pxt.nuu. 21 Tho great bazaar quarter In Damascus, Syria, burned, loss tlO.OOOioo. MAT. APRIL. II. t O. Gen SEPTEMBER The War Veterans were In session at Atlantic City, N. J. 10. The American Bankers' association met In Detroit The national encampment of the O, A. '9. '10. veteran of the plains and the civil war, In Boston, V. retired, rigid II, II. Car- U. H ,EJ5'S. mV (0. 26. Flame In tho business district of Houston, Tex., caused a loss of 11,000,. Illstorlo old Eutaw House burned In Baltimore. JUNE. n 1 2,000 houses burned In Constantinople. JULT 1M. American road congress met at Atlantic City OCTOBER R. met at Los Angeles, Cal. L 19. gents against Madero's government. MARCH. International conservation congress met at Indlaimpolln The W C. T U met In Portland. Ore. NOVKMIIEII to. andGenrgeSand, III Mi I who was the Idol of her day rival of Rachel and friend or Hugo "a r 1.1, Mine. Judith, French uclresa, 1 Fire In tho business district of North Adams, Mass, caused a loss of ttfO.000. 1 Thousand Island park swept by fire; loss iM,m 20. A C.OuO.OOO fire III Vancouver, II. C L T. Strike of 1,000.000 British miners In a dispute over wage. Amundsen, the explorer, announced that he reached the south pole on Dec. 17, 1911. ngvd 1 Fire In Ocean Park, a resort near Los Angeles, Cul. caused damage of over S6.ouo.ooa SEI'TKMUKR 1L 11 11 End of the strike of mill operatives at Lawrence, 41 ass., which began Jan II, 1911 American Federation of Labor met at Rochester. N Y II The Daughter of the Confederacy In annual session In Washington tl. Nutlounl Woman HuTrugs association met In Philadelphia lirCEMIIKH. craft James vice president of the United School Snerrnan, tt The hulk of the battleship Maine was unk with Imposing ceremonies off the coast of Cuba. Chicago meat packers declared not t law, guilty of violating the anti-trus- t;. ca, N States, y .; Utl- - aged by Harris & Ewlng. James H Sherman I.oss ot tl.OOO.KO by lite In the II. and O. railroad pier ut Philadelphia. 11 Fir In tho stuivhoiisH of the United Statea arsenal at llenlcla, Cal., caused a loss of over Il,ui,0u0 I. NOVEMBER. OCTllllKII Arthur I'oslle, runner, made a famous professional 160 yard dash In II 1 Six day blcycl York. race began In New SPHIL. 1 Calbrallh P. rtodgera, aviator who flaw NOVEMBER 1 The governors met in annual conference at Itlcliiuond ll Minnie retired prima 1. The American Association For Labor donna, famous In the title role of CarLegislation met In Boston men. In Munich, Bavaria. tt. Isador Rayner, United Stall senator A The American Association For the Advancement of Science rn.t In Clave. iiuiii Haryianu, in Washington; aged I land. 21 Flames In the business district of Putnam, Conn , cuiuetl a loss of (600,000. to. Tho hlstoilc town of Washington, the Texas "cradle of liberty," destroyed by fire DECEMBER Ml Loss of 1700.000 by flumes In the nssa district of Cincinnati. bust-- 1 ' January 30, 1913. THE CITIZEN Page Seven 3E WEIGHT OF LOAD FOR HORSE thould Not De Asked to Pull Mora h of Iti Welpht Than Cott of Marketlno. One-Tent- INTENSIVE FARMING Conducted by FRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M.S. Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASP1RJNG YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Farm..dRoad Improvement By VnOP. n. M. DOI.VK, North Agricultural College.) Dkota Distribution of Farm Labor tho Ono way to mako money on farm la to savo It by so distributing tho labor throughout tho )Sr that tho minimum of hlrlnj; may bo dono und tho farm owner may niwnjs bo busy. Tho winter season is often tho lclsuro tlmo of tho farmer. Hero nro wimo ways In which ho can profitably employ his tlmo. Tho winter months nfforU opportunity lor overhauling mid repairing all fnrm machinery. During tho cultivating, sowing and harvesting brnsons whenever It Is noticed that nny part of a machlno U needing repair, note oliould bo mado of tho defect then Hi u 'tvlntor tho fnrmcr should havo comfortablo room whero all such jiarts enn IK) mado good. A thorough cleaning of tho bearings nnd gearings any machlno t educes friction, naves wear, and oft.tn discloses worn out parts. If all furm machinery Is carefully looked after In this way durliiB' tho slack season, much annoyanco and money will bo saved tho followtho largest amount of work connected with It will como In winter. Tho feeding and caro of tho dairy herd will bo tho hoavlost In winter. Early lambs will mako a busy tlmo during tho latter part of winter. Tho proper housing of stock during tho cold and stormy months will ndd to tho ork of feeding as well as to tho quantity of manure, which should bo hauled upon the land practically as fast as It Is mado. All of thoso tilings help to mnko a profltnblo and busy winter Bcason. Tho winter evenings furnish a good tlmo for laying out tho future plans for tho farm, and for tho urchltectur- nl study of any fnrm bulldlngB that aro to bo constructed or remodeled Locating now buildings, laying out now fences to bo built, working out rotations ot crops, planning tHo g drains, studying devices for tho housowifo as well as for one self, aro interesting and valuable prob lems for tho long evenings of winter. Tho farraor, of all business men, is tho man who li most careless about keeping account of his business. No merchant who docs not keep records would oxpect to succeed, neither should tho farmer. Now Is tho time to tako an inventory of tho farm stock and to open up accounts for tho New Year. If tho farmer cannot do thin, he should hand tho problem to tho sixteen year old son or daughter. At tho closo of another year It should bo known exactly what crops and what lot ot stock havo furnish! profits. H. II. Hcndrlck, Ass't Agronomist Ky. Experiment Station, Lexington, Ky. labor-savin- I TWO OF VERY WORST WEEDS Hon Nettle and Buffalo Burr, Former Biennial and Latter Annual, Cauie Much Damage. Many samples of horso nctllo and buffalo burr hare romo to our offlca this summer. These two atrlklng weeds nro closely related, both being; df gonernto cousins of the potato. Doth benr yellow flowers shaped UVo ixitnto or tomato flowers, and both nro spiny, Rlnco horse use their weight In pulling they should be loaded In proportion to tholr weight, and observers ro agreed that for hauls over coun try roads n horso la properly loaded when exerting a pull on tho traces equal to one tenth of his weight. For horses this i tenm of would Ixi exerting a pull of 320 pounds pull and If It requires a to haul a ton on an average level country road they would haul about 21-tons. In order to haul this load up a C per cent, grade thoy would h hnvA to exert a pull equal to their weight, which la an exhaustive pull anil should not be much exceeded, especially If tho hilt la long. If tho hill had a 10 per cent, grade the) load would havo to bo reduced to 1.C90 pounds or noarlr threo tons less In order to keep the pull up the grado equal to tho weight of tho horses. Statlstlca show that It costs over 20 cents per to mnrkot farm products, so that If the distance to market was five mile It would cost $1 to market a ton when tho road Is level or contains n more than a 0 per cent, grade. Assuming that Is wottld take as long to haul tho small load fff 1,000 pounds necessitated by the 10 per cent, grado aa It does to haul the larger load, tho cost of marketing a ton would bo Inl.GOO-pounone-fourtone-fourtton-mil- Berea's Vocational Schools n; Training that adds to your moncy-carnipower, combined with genoral education. FOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry Printing, Commercial. FOIt YOUNO LADIES HomeScIenco, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Genoral Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with somo vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others llko yourself and glvo chanco for most rapid progress. 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course tt For those who aro not expecting to toaih and who are not going through College, but deslro moro general education. This Is Just tho thing for thoso preparing for medical studies or other professions without a col lego course. It also gives tho best general education for those who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School creased to ft. 25 or an Increase ot because of the grade. 12.25, MAINTENANCE OF GOOD ROADS Best Method Is by Systematic Use of Road Drio Old Way Is Very 8trongly ConeUmned. Horso Nettle. ays Wallace's Farmer. Here the resemblance onds, for horse nettle Is a biennis! which spreads by strong un. derground rootstocks, while buffalo burr Is an annual that spreads only It be kept freo from rats and holes. The best method of maintaining an earth road, especially a prairie road. Live stock can be so managed that by seed. Is by the a)stemstlc use of the road aTterlfco has passed the pullet 'stage. Horse nettle Is one. of our very drag. A sand road Is never good unA hen over two years old is fit vorst weeds, especially In the south der any circumstances, but certainly only for the pot and to mother chickern half of our territory. To kill horse ens. 8he is past her profitable laying nettle, methods must be adopted as days. for Canada thistle and quack grass, All young stock on hand now that hlch will smother out the pest. If Desirable eggs nro said to weigh you do not Intend to keep through not kept continually the .leaves are about 24 ounces to the dozen. the coming winter should be marcut off as fast as they appear above If hens develop the feather-pullinketed. continually ground tho plant will habit send them to market at once. After hens are through laying they spread by Ita running rootstocks. We It Is as an egg producer that the In- should be sold to the butcher unless are sorry to reort that 'this weed dian Ilunner duck has gained the most they are needed for breeders next seems to have been spreading rapidly v fame. season. , In Iowa and adjoining states this seaPoultry balance their own rations If Goose eggs require from twenty-eigh- t Home-MadClod Crusher. son, days to hatch, ac they are given a wide variety of feeds to thirty-twIs a western pralrla Is not improved by crowning. lluffalo burr cording to variety and method of A sand to select from. weed which will not cause serious road Is at Its best when moist, so It Eggs that cost 25 cents (cr dozen hatching. Is trouble where clean cultivation Hens, when thye cease laying, fatten should be left flat. No one wants a will bring $7 to $S when batched ami , . very easily and a fat hen Is a thrifty sand road: so. If possible, clay should sold as broilers. j be added to and mixed with the rand, It Is usually mere guesswork to tell candidate for all kinds of poultry making what Is known as a sand clay tjie.ase of a hen. bv her auueaunce dlienses. road. Tbo old way, and It Is used today by many, of filling a mud nolo with brush with a little earth on top, can not bo top strongly condemned, and Is only permissible In cases ot emcr-- ' gency, when It Is impossible to drain . the hole or to get sand or stoue to All . it. Tho overseer or foreman should In dry weathro center this work on such places until the road Is raised to a And Applied His Knowledge In1 sufficient height to drain well. Many overseers have brush hauled two Advising the Teacher. mites to All a mud hole when sand la within shoveling distance ot It. The Illustration shows a home made clod crusher, which I. CHANGE OF SCENE NECESSARY I s . I earth road can bo maintained In condition unless It be so constructed as to drain well and unless No rood ing summer. fiirinera All practical and and will look after tho selection germination test of seeds, which aro to bo planted next summer, during sends tho winter months. Ho who enrly to his becdsman for samples thoso free from of swds, selects weed seeds and ot high germinating and buys early, will often Ihj rownrded by greatly Increased yields. Help and Information concerning ct selection and germination tests seeds will bo gladly furnished by the Kontucky Experiment Station, upon application. Kvory farmer should havo 6tock to I care for during tho winter months. This gives the very best training for thoso who expect to teach. Courses aro so arranged that young pooplo can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through tbo winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on In their course ot study. Read Dlnsmoro'o great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door 6th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College and provides standard This Is tho straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho Academy Is now Berea's largest department. This Is tho crown of tho wholo Institution, courses In all advanced subjects. Questions Answered DEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with :u affiliated schorls. Is not a money-makin- g Institution. It require certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMI LY, with careful regulations to protect the charaeto? and reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents In Berea live in College buildings, and many assist in work ot boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value ot their labor. Except In winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expen- ses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES tor clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the THE COLONEL KNEW COLTS1 best, but as students must attend classes regardless ot the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost. Tin College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and a week, in the fall, towels. For table board, without coffiee or extras, f and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing ot bedding, 40 to 60 tents 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 !s returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing tor tuition or services of teachers all our instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $0.00 ann $7.00 in Colleglato courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments ure as follows: WINTER TERM VOCATIONAL AND BCIIOOLS FOUNDATION Fertilizers. barnyard manure is the practiced. All that Is necessary to best garden fertilizer. For late crops It Is prevent Its spreading Is to cut It oft oughly not necessary that Is It be thordecayed, as there time for It below the surface of tho ground beto decay beforo the plants need It. fore It goes to seed. Nitrate of soda and some other commercial fertilizers are occasionally THRESH GRAIN WHILE DAMP used for special crops, and will probably have to be used moro by market Practice la Always Expensive and Fre- gardeners thereafter on account ot the difficulty In getting stable maquently Cause of Serious Loss Buffalo Burr. Garden Well-rotte- Some of the Things That We Are Apt to Overlook In Training the Young-star- e Two Workers and What They Received. t HK UTTI.K SCIIOOI.IIOl'bK AT TltE tOIIKh OF THE ItOAU. Incidental Fee Room Board .. 6 .. weeks . It Is a serious mlstage to thresh rain wet or even damp, becauae tho proposition of making It remarketablo Is always expensive and Is frequently the causo of serious loss. The farmer who la compelled, from any causo, to thresh his grain when wet should loso no tlmo In taking Immediate care ot A few dry bricks thrown Into the grain as It la put into the bins will absorb large quantities ot moisture, saya a writer In tho Farm and Home. Sticks ot very dry stove wood will answer the same purposo. A dry cedar post or sticks of cordwQod from poplar, basswood or Jack ptno trees will absorb their weight In molsturo from a bin of damp grain. Uurlap or Jute sacks filled with dry chaff and burled In a bin ot damp grain will absorb moisture readily and also provide space for air. I have used them with excellent success. Those simple and Inexpensive methods ot protecting wet grain are practical and are much more desirable than shoveling It over day after day to lrtep It from heating, tiro In that gets hot in the bin is worthless for teed. Musty wheat Is no good tor tour and should not bo sold or used tor that purpose. It Concrete as Corn Savsr. good way to make a start with Ui use ot cement on the farm is to build a conorete feeding floor tor bogs. It every firm could have a good feeding floor ot some kind, It would mean the saving ot many bushy els ot the corn crop. The new teacher was doing her best tho little scboolhouse at the forks of the road. She bad been at work for three weeks nnd her spirits were drooping under the care of fifty boys and girls that recited In eight different nure. grades, to say nothing of the worry of a smoky stove nnd n very uncomfortable building. The old colonel at whoso home the teacher stayed had said to his wife a S few moments nfter ho had met her: "She carries her bead like she had blue Cover crops must be used to pre- blood In her veins. No need of an vent the loss ot plant food. with her. Seems a pity she's The tool which usually follows tbo goln' to have to worry with this school, plow in the course ot tillage Is the don't barrow. One eveniug when tho little teacher Don't forget the weeds that are hnd told the sympathetic old colonel getting ready to go to seed along the troubles of tho day, the restlessthe roadside. ness ntul Inattention of tho children, Manure is one of the he smiled quietly aud suggested, "How ot the dairy farmer and it represents would you like to try some of tho ada decided profit. vice I give the men who train my From the time corn tassels out un- blooded colts that uro being tnught til it becomes ripe It Increases its trotting for the race course?" dry matter must beglu "You don't mean that Hay stacked in the open loses 20 to whip tho children, do you?" per cent, of Its valuo by spoiling on "Ob, dear, no! Very llttlo of that the sides and bottom. docs any good elthor on tho training to have two small silos, than track or in tho classroom. Better It la like one too large. You can feed with less this: We put the colt on the track, and waste from a small silo. day after day he goes over nnd over d It does not pay to devote his lesson. He gains for some time in land, for long periods to pashis work; then suddenly he Bee ins to turage aud the production of bay. lose Interest. The whip cannot give notation allows or assists nature to him back his lost Interest, so I tell my repair her waste places and Incident- trainer to Jog him along one of the ally facilitates the war with weeds. turnpikes. 1 tell the man not to try to Fall plowing ot field areas will oft- glvo him any speed or lessons of any controlling cut sort, but en be of service In Just let him seo a bit or new worms that are affecting field crops. country, somo wngous and horses and Mow the weeds along the road, thus autos passing, give him a cbango and preventing their seeding and also rerest. In a few days we bring blm moving an eye sore to the traveling back to the track, aud he's better tban public. ever, and his Interest In his work Is Do not build a silo less than 80 feet keen." It. Depth high if possible to avoid "You don't mean that I could waste lives solidity and keeping quality to my time running around over the coun- Ihe silage. at Good Roads FaririNotes over-chec- k itr try with my pupils, do you? Why. the people are paying me $.10 n month fnt m.v work." "Airalu. I nut made to understand things," laughed tho old colonel. Slid deiily his fare clouded, nnd he exclaim "I shouldn't laugh. I ought to cry when thlngH nro as they are. Here you with lift v children. You nr.. are expected to give them their paces for the great rnce of life, and you are paid .V) n mouth for your work." He pit used a moment, the frown on hN fiiri iliirken Inc. then said nurtleuiy: ": -- whv. I niiv that fellow you see out vender driving that young trotting horse $;WX) a month for every month In Hi." venr. It's the old story over again '.. full to rivillze that the biggest and best thing in the whole world is the lirnln nnd rlmrncter of a child In rank ing. We fall to see ntiythlug but the ,i,,ii,ir. n ml rents thut are close at Ktriu-irllnu .. .. .. . $ 6.00 6.00 0 ACADEMY AND NORMAL $ 6.00 COLLEGE $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.1 Amount due January 1, 1913 Board for 6 weeks, due Feb. Total for term If paid in advance .... 12, $20.00 9.00 $29.00 SPRING Incidental Foe Room Board S $28.60 TERM $ 5.00 4.00 5 $30.70 $ 6.00 6.00 6.75 17.75 6.75 24.60 S3I.70 $ 7.M 5.00 6.76 18.75 6.75 25.50 weeks Amount due March 26, 1913 Board 6 weeks due Apr. 30, 1913 . .... 15.75 ,75 21.60 Total for term If paid in advance '$22.00 $24.00 hand." She Was Twice as Good. The croun nUiut the cross roads store had lieen discussing tho new teai-he- r who had taken the school on tho ridge when he trustee of the disAt trict rmlo un nnil dismounted. once one of the men nsked: "Say, lien. we've leen tnlklii" nliout tne now Ifltiilinr nllt (111 tho rldtre. How's she ilnln'?" "Well, think she's Hue. I think she's Just nlut twice as good nB the Imil last vear. i. no H"You do? Why, I thought you wns rertaln the one last year wns A ao. 1 How do you figure It out?" "Vps. I hoMove she Is. You see, I I hlri Ollt lit I11V .....1,.v.l llw. tiini-li- r Rpluwl nihility close. I do. Honest. I .i..n't tiilnW k1ii missed whlimlu' some toy every day. an' bIio nvernged nlsiut 'two a day through both terms of wlinol. That's coin' somo. Tins new nun lias been out to tho school only a ' llttln more than two weeks, nil' she's started out mighty strong. Do you nvernirlu' four boys a day. Bo you see I'm certain she's Just twice as good as the other one we uaa. 1 I I I five-fol- 1 Tble does not Include the. dollar deposit nor money laundry. Special Expenses Business. Wiitttr Spring Fall $10.00 $12.00 Stonography and Typewriting .. .."$14.00 10.00 12.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .. .4 14.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 Bookkcoplng (brief course) Business courso studies for students in other departments: 7.60 9.00 10.50 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 5.00 6.00 7.00 of Instrument Com. Law, Com. Oeog., $25.O0 tor books or Total $36.00 36.00 18.00 . 27.00 18.00 high-price- Com. 6.10 1X0 1.80 Arith., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 wis; special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. In no case young man or woman can get an education at d Any Berea It there Is the will to do so. able-bodieyo-un- full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time In the publi schools going over and over the 6ame things, whon they might be improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting in on new studies wits aome ot the best young men and women from other counties and state Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing; that they are above 16 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. Hurryl For Information or friendly advice write to tho Secretary, It Is a great advantage to contlnuo during wlntor and spring and have a D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Pace Eight. THE CITIZEN. January jo, 1913. Tho project to rebuild tho Wilderness Hoad la ngaln being revived, an organization hnvlng been effected at Hrlstol, Tonn., last week to bo known as tho Hrlstol to Lexington lllghwny len ilrtH In loll ly U wntft. llf rirt Ho conetri4tBttfMlifcf ,t. H. Wolf of Scott Association. It not (or pbllction, but i aa tTldeite ef food Ullh, Write plainly. County, Vlrglnln, was chosen President nnd Jnckson Morris of Kentucky, haa moved to Whlto Oak to his VIco President of tho Association, and JACKSON COUNTY OAIIICII father's old farm. A. H. Hrynnt nud there Is to bo ono VIco President tho II ud Deckncll ntv hacking tics for from ench county thru which the road Carlco, Jnn. 19. Theio was largest tlilo In tho river last week D. II. Mooro this week. Marshnl E. nnd Mr. wo havo had for years. OM citizens II. Flanery and G. J. Gentry captured somo time, Is recovering. say It broUo the rocortl, taking houses, two moonshiners on Iluffnlo ono day Mrs. Henry Gadd havo recently movfenclnR, corn and nil tho cross tits lost week. They wero Sidney ed to Snider. Huso Lamb of Heron disand William Cornctt. They wero was In Iloone, Sunday. W. II. Grant on tho banks. Hro. I.unsford appointed tho congregation nt Mat taken to Boattyvlllo and tried was a visitor hero Sunday. Mrs. Gin. Commissioner Hoatty. J. C. Grif- Poynter returned home, Sunday, afchurch, tho 19th, by being nb- - i cent, John Jcncs returned from fith, Deputy U. S. Marshall of Jack- ter a pleoiant visit with friends In Hamilton, laBt week, kick. There arc son, Hreathltt County, has bought Ilerea. Prnyer meetings nro held a great many cases of tnensK In this tho farm of Harry Evcrsolo near every Tuesday aud Thursday night County. Tho wife of James Hundley Conkllng for six thousand dollars. nt tho homo of Andrew Uyrd and Miss Possession will bo given, Feb. 1st. who has fever Is Improving slowly. Smith near Flat Gap. Aunt Lydla McDnnlel Is very sick Tho ginded school at this placo conOOOCIU.AND Vesslo ducted by Sir. nnd Mrs. Williams of with laerltmc. The Messrs. ' Evans nud Ostnr Smith were visit- - lllchmond, clootd tho 17th, with a Goochland, Jan. 21. Hcv. Durham lng relatives here, Saturday and Sun- nlco entertainment. Tho nt teachers filled his regular appointment day. Married, tho 9th, Miss Nannie leave a bright record. Tills has been Pleasant Hill last Sunday. Prof essor , G. J. GenLear of Carlco to Alex King of Dees; their second term here. Dlckerson of Livingston Is teaching h also Maggie Lear of Carlco to Reuben j try left, Thursday, to attend com- vory successful school at Goochland. Sams of Dees. Scott Tussey who has ! missioner J. M. Dentty's court at W. S. Jones has put In a new line been gono quite n long time is return- Ueattyville. Wm. Mays and daughof groceries at hs old stand In Gooching to day to his home. Married, the ter who left tho first- - of tho month land. Dora Mulllns of Mulllns Sta18th, Miss Orua Tlnchcr to William nro expected homo In a few days. tion is attending school at this placo. Cunagln. Wo wish them a long and David Chadwell sold a fine mule to J. W. II. Jones formerly of this happy life. Married, a few days ago, , Hcnsley of Clay Ccunty for $133. place, but residing In Hamilton, Ohio, John Lear, our traveling salesman, to Harney McQueen has moved to tho writes that for him Old Kentucky Miss Dona Turner of Hurley. We wish eld proK?rty of David Chad well, near ranks first as man's place of abode. them much happiness. this place. Married, at Uio brlde'o Phil Rogers and Jack Williams of homo, Jan 21st, Roscoo Roberts to 'Madison County were In this part KKKIIY KNOII rby Knob Miss Nora Noely. They havo our good last week. Kcrby Knob, Jan. Jack Jones of Dreyfus Church was recently given a Ulblc by wishes. John Hudson has pneumonia. traded his houso and lot at Uerea for rosKY his mother's farm at this place. tho Derm Union Church, which was Posoy, Jan. 24. Miss Winnie Fland Wm. llallard of Roblnet was In our J. D. much appreclated.-JMr- s. who has been 111 for some time ery spent last Saturday night with midst tho first of last week. Thero has Miss Carrie J. Rowland. 'Mr. and Mrs, will bo singing at Sycanioro Is no better. Nola Cleminons each been seriously 111 for tho past week. Pete Powell who has been 111 with measles for the past week Is Improv(sited his father ing. N. 11. Williams who Is ill at Dreyfus, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Hymcr visited at If the world seems cold to you, If the world's a wilderness, Kindle fires to warm It) Henry Click's, Saturday night and Go build houses In It! Let their comfort hide from view Will it help your loneliness Sunday. G. W Johnson and family Winters that deform it. On the winds to din it? spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joo Hearts as frozen as your own Raise a hut, however slight; Carpsnter. Sunday School was reTo that radiance gather; Weeds and brambles smother; And to roof and meal invite organized at this place, Sunday. Wo You will soon forget to moan, "Alt! the cheerless weather! " Some forlorner brother. hopo every one will attend. We have enjoyed reading the story of tho If the world's a vale of tears, Llmberlost Girl very much. Lewis Smile till rainbows span It I Smith of White Lick lslted his Ilreathc the love that life endears, father, Wiley Smith, Saturday night. Clear from clouds to fan It. Of jour gladness lend a gleam Flossie Click visited her brother Unto souls that shiver; and two sisters at Berea a few days Show them how dark Sorrow's stream last week. Elijah Stewart and wife lilends with Hope's bright river! spent Saturday night and Sunday Lucy I.arcom. with John Clemmons and family. j (III-be- rt be-fo- ro East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else The Wilderness Road runs. Agitation will Immediately tc tiegii" to havo tho various counties build tho links that will later bo united, completing tho road through tho Gap from HrlBtol to Lexington. Ihn splendid government road from Mlddli'sboio thru Cumberland Gap nlrendy forms ono link which may be considered a nucleus to which others are to be connected. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Tho 'only Bmklng Powdmr motto from Roy mi Ormmo Cromm ofTmrimr ALUM, NO UME PHOSPHATE MADISON COUNTY ft I Cl II I I.I. Dig Hill, Jan. 2rt. 'Mrs. R. L. Ambrose) who ban been sick Is better. 1p 26.-Kc- Hat-Hel- THREE OLD SAWS NO Tho Eastern Star met last Saturday evening. Ullllo Powell nnd wife visA ited nt J08SI0 Neely's, Sunday. lxy baby nt Mr. and Mrs. Henry '.Mat Given nunc homo, this week. 'Mlsa Ilcttlo lllckniil was Sunday, with somo cnttlo and hogs. tho guest of the Misses Mnupln, SunHenry Green also brought a drve day. Mrs. Georgo Goodrich and of hogs nnd cnttlo home last week. family ot Wnllaceton hnvu moved In Ned Mel lone, ngent for Tho Citizen, to our vicinity. Mrs. Mary Ponder has bought out Cam Plgg's farm ad- nnd children wero thu guests of her joining his. Ho paid $100 per ncro. mother, "Mrs. Dan Mnupln, Inst week Mrs Delia R. Hazclwood who has be!! Mrs. W. M. nnd Hud Hush nnd son, FranK In Richmond with her sister, Mrs. I Wallace, spent Sunday with Mrs. Judge Nathan Durham, Is homo for a while Hurdetto nnd family. with her father nnd mother, Mr. nnd Holllday of Ilerea was the guest i,i Mrs. Mrs. Joseph Reece. Mrs. Julia Hayes, Mrs. Tllden Combs, Sunday. Lucy Hayec and Hco Abrams spent Jns. Moore and dnughter-lu-lnent Sunday with Mr. nnd .Mr. Lewis AbSunday of last week with '.Mr. Juno ney. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Nitiy have a Armstrong nnd family. Pal Cornell-so- n flno boy. Floyd Neely Is homo from and wifo nro visiting In Richltlon mond. Illinois. Willie Hnyrs has a In Indlnnapolls, 1 ml., as clerk In n CLAY COUNTY grocery store. VINK NII.VKK I'll KKK Vino, Jan. 21. Mrs. Rebecca DrownSliver Creek, Jan. 2C Miss llettlo ing Is still Improving. Mrs. Martha Johnson spent Wednesday night with Rico and daughter, Mary, who havo IMrs. C. T. Todd. Mr. Dooley has boon at Gray Hawk have relumed moved to his new homo near Ilerea. homo. Mrs. Lucy Hrcwster nnd sonM been nro visiting relatives nt this place Mrs. Jim Gabbard who has sick so long Is slowly Improving. hut will return to their homo in Hen Davis of this place and Miss iloone County next week. Jim .Myrtlo Kindred were married last Robinson and 1J. F. Downey am nt Wednesday morning. Tho wedding was IManchestor this week on business. a very quiet cno and camo as a sur- J. M. Wilson made a business trip to prise to many. Mlsa Bcttlo Johnson Ijoutsvlllu this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. fcpent Wednesday night with her Garrett Mar cum of Derry llrnnch viscousin, Mrs, G. E. Anderson. Mr. and ited at this place, Saturday nnd Sun-tin- y Mrs. Elmer Lewis and llttlo son sRnt David L. Smith and Miss Ruthin Sunday with his brother, Joo I.'wis Robinson were quietly married last Mr. Ballard fpent Wednesday night week at tho homo of tho brld. with Will Anderson. Mrs. Mary LAUREL COUNTY Kindred is visiting her cousin, Mr. I'Ittniiuiki lluck Johnson, nt Whites Station. Pittsburg. Jan. 27. Rev. Robert , Reynolds HICKOKY plain has Ixen preaching at tho Hickory Plain. Jan. 27. J. M. Kin- - '.jr, k, church this week. Mrs. Olllo nard and family of Herea spent Sun- - ,jarvls Is ct homo ngaln. Henry day with Mrs. Mary Hurdette. Mrs. j Vance, who ha locn sick, Is able John B. Johnson Is on tho sick, list j to bo out on crutches. Tho Dlplomn exnmlnntlor. was held nt tho Court Houso nt lomlon on Friday nnd Sat urday Thiro were nboiit fifteen applicants, fivo of whom wero from tho Pittsburg Graded School. Tho results of tho examination liuvo not been mado known. Tho Fidelity Lit ernry nnd Debating Society ot tho Pittsburg Grr.ded School gnvo an open society meeting thu 17th. Thu subj'-c- t for debate was "Unsolved, that women should hao th'i right ot Suffrage." Affirmative speakers; M Coi Hnlllo Scovlllo nnd Charlotto Negative: Prof. J. L. Jones and Elmei- In llerron. TRo decision was given favor of tho affirmative. Mrs. Clarissa Colo has Ikcii sick but Is now about well. Mrs, Jennie Gum Is ablo to bo out again. Thero was a singing nt tho homo of 'Mr. Noah Murray, Saturday night. Mr. Murray has bi- - n very low for somo time. Aril Is In Pittsburg. Ho has btvii in wife has South for somo time. been In Pittsburg ever since last spring when tho Mississippi was flood cd. JMr. and Mrs. J. I). Hale nro expecting their son, Wm. Hale, home from tho anny. Ad-nn- m 11 - ( Curlaus Oath. In the second oath administered to man about to take his seat In tho supreme court of the United SUtea h swears among other things, "to do tqual right to tho poor and to th rich.'' It has beon In the oaths from the beginning of the government, and must have been fashioned for the ei presa pufponn of assuring the poor that they should have Justice in the highest tribunal of the land. The terms used are good plain English and easily understood are having too Geo. Jackson gave the young folks a social last Saturday night. All remuch warm, rainy weather for Jan. It. E. Taylor, has typhoid. Henry Da- port a fine time. J. B. Scott was In vis and his sister, Mrs. Nannie Al- this neighborhood last week buying len, were guests of Mary K. Purkey, cross ties. The graded school closed Saturday. George Cook has had a last Friday with a very successful severe relapse of measles but Is im- term of six months. T. W. Sklnnsr proving again. James Ingram has and Ml88Nell Johnson left last Monday for home, tho former for lluena moved to G. C. Purkey's place. Martha Baldwin has pneumonia. .M. VIsu and the latter for Nicholasville. Ida Tyre, of Conkllng, has L. Watson and wife who have been visiting at this place for some time been visiting relatives hen for tho havo returned to their home at Elk past week. Robert Malnous ot ConValley, Tenn. Wm. Settle and wife way, who has been visiting friends visited It. E. Taylor, Sunday. W. H. and relatives, returned homo last The subscription school Davis has purchased a flnj colt from Tuesday. Nannie Allen for fifty dollars. Susie taught by Miss Elizabeth Scovlllo has a large attendance, four grades being Watson's school closed Jan. Sth. Deland Isaacs, who returned from represented. There aro sixty pupils Canada, recently, was married to a enrolled. Nathan Martin, Terry Wlss Wyatt of Parrot, Jan Hh. They Malnous and Jack Bowman wero visiting at the graded school house, Friwill return to Canada this spring. Davo Vaughn has moved to Vaughn-tow- day. Lester Rowland will leave for SubIo Watson was a guest of Richmond, '.Monday, where ho will enter school. Miss 11a Caninbcll who Sarah Davis, Saturday and Sunday. has been teaching In Perry County maulii;n Maulden, Jan 23. Wo havo been lor tno past six months returned home, tho 21st. Sho will enter school having somo very rainy weather. Mrs. John Witt died, Friday, and here, Monday. Arch Hamilton and was bulled, Saturday Ridge Jack Ward Alex Bond vlsl.ted Scoville has moved near Slauldcn. William last Thursday evening. L, M. Garrett Farmer has purchased two fine young has been on tho sick list. cows. James Short and Shell SKIIASTIAN nro buying cattle to drive to Sebcstlan, Jan. IS. Abner Allen lllchmond. Victor and Pearl (all are and Manda Fields wero married at visiting their relatives at Mauldoii. tho homo of the bride last Thursday. A. G. Frost sold a young horse for Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Sid Gabbard, seventy.flvo dollars, recently. a girl. Her name Is Grace. Ed Cook NATIlAJkTON and son mado n trip here, tho 15th, Nathanton, Jan. 23. James Wood haullug goods for Mrs. M. Gabbard. who has been at Hamilton for tho United States Marshals lme mado last Mw years Is visiting home, several arrests hero lately. Tho charg. folks. Undo Thos. Caudill has been cs aro selling liquors. Chas. Sanders on tho sick list for quite a while. was hero ono day this week on busiMrs. Martha Hurst Is convalescent. ness. A great many havo lagrlppo Tho Hov. York and Wells of Clay In tills community. Uuddy Mcintosh County held a series of meetings at has returned homo from Winchester this placo front Thursday until Sun- whoro ho has been attending court, day of last week. Se oral of tho a witness In tho Callahan cabo. farmers of this neighborhood aro busy ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Plowing for tho next crop, o. W. IIOIINK was at McKoo tho first of thu Bocne, Jan. 20. Saturday and Sun-da- y week on business. Ethel Davis bewero both cot apart for church gan a subscription school at UiIb services last week at Falrviow. Meet- .. place, Monday, with very good 1. iks wero conuueted by Rev. Goorge Childress and J. W. Lambert. Mrs. Dora Wheeler of Nina, Is visiting her OWSLEY COUNTY daughter, Mro. Mary Lambert of this .ISLAM CITY plnco. A. D. Lovctt has boen sufIsland City, Jan. 23. W. T. n who haa for several years boen fering with apjiendlcltls nt tho Bo-rHospital. a citizen of Oklahoma bu for iW Miss Nannie and att year of Ohio has returned to Mlsa Margaret Blair wero visitors of Lyda Lovctt, Sunday evening. Mrs. his old homo near this place. Mm. Martha J. Gentry who has been sick Mary E. Lamb of was visiting for some tlmo is no better. Doctors her daughter, Mrs. Geo. Lamb, who Morris and Mahaffey aro her physi- lives near this placo, Sunday. Twin cians. W. A. Hosklns who has been girls arrived at tho homo of Mr. and very low with Urlgbts Dlscaso lu Mrs. Jess Wren, Jan. yth. Mrs. B. H, Bald to bo no better. Charley Necly Chastoen, who has boen quite ill for Isaacs, Jan. Mrs. n. Hoi-coHow-maIk-re- a ISAACS 17. We Sunday evening at 2 p. in. HOCKFUItll Rockford, Jan. 20. Last Saturday and Sunday were regular church days at Scaffold Cauo, Bro. Brookshlro of Berea, preaching. Undo John It. Is no better. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hullen end family visited J. W. Todd and family, Sunday. Rev. Fish filled his regular apitolntment at Scaffold Cano Christian church, Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m. J. C. Gulnn of Scaffold Cane Is very sick. Mrs. Ida Parker and children of Ohio are vUitlng Mrs. Parker's parents, n'nr here. Bertlo and John Stephens visited Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gulnn, Sunday-JMr- s. Vina Croucher is sic. W. II. Stephens and family visited Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Abney, Saturday night and Sunday. Next Saturday and Sunday aro regular church days at Macedonia. EvcrylKxly como. Mrs. W. T. LlnvUlo and children who have been visiting her mother, Mrs. J. E. i McGuIro of Richmond, returned homo, Friday. Thero was quite a crowd at the homo of Uncle T. C. Viars, Sunday. Among them wero Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dalton and daughter, Lola, of Berea, Mr. and 'Mrs. W. C. Viars and family, Mr. and Mrs Jobso Hullen and Miss Bertha Hullen. m A Novel by the Titanic's Hero RrcUford, Jan. 27. Tho rnlny weather still continues In this vicinity. llertio and John Stephens visited Willie Stephens and family, Saturday night. Thero will bo preach ing at tho Scaffold Cano Union church next Sunday. Mrs. Rcttlu Martin is staying with "Mrs. Gulnn during her sickness. Miss Tullthn Coylo Is with her sister, Mrs. Nora Wren of lioone. J. E. Dalton of was In this vicinity, Sunday. Aunt Helen Gulnn Is very sick with lagrlppo. Rev. G. E. Childress filled his regular upolntment at Muccdoiiln church, Saturday and Sunday. Uncle John R. 'McCollum Is no better. He-Te- a, Mlsa IJortha Uullen visited Bernlce Todd, Sunday. Tho Rev. Murrell ' preached at the Scaffold Cano Union church, Sunday. Wr. and Mru. J. J. Martin and son. Preston, visited T. C. Viars and daughter, Bculah, Sunday W. H. Stephens and fumlly visited Miss Lula Waddlo, Sunday. Mrs. Nora Bullen, nnd Mr. II. E. Hullen and family visited J. W. Todd, Sunday. Mrs. II. M. Lutes Is slowly Improving. John Gulnn 1b Improving. Miss Beulah V.'ars Is very sick with lagrlppo. Thero havo boen several Ho One Should Fail to Read the Celebrated Story Life and Adventure of Romantic Southern Both Sides of the Shield BY COL. ARCHIBALD BUTT, tiddlers passing through this vicin- Military Aide and Personal Adviser to Two Presidents. Taft and Roosevelt, and Who Lost His Lile to Save Women and Children as the Titanic 'Went Down- - ity this winter. J. M. Bullen and Frank Oroucher havo had ttiophones Installed In their residences recently. IT WILL APPEAR IN THIS PAPER First Installment Next Week