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BEUEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FEBKUAKY 0, 1013 Ono Dollnr a yoar. No. 32 The Citizen WHAT PEOPLE HAVE LEARNED Wild oats will ncvor yield wheat. Guilt arms shadows with spears. Hob Nature nnd she will rob you. No action of love wns erer in vain. Evil Imagination is t he pnssion of tho soul. SELF is thu shortest nnd tlm deepest definition of SIN. A heated argument very seldom throws any liht on n subject. .Nobody raises his ow n reputation by lowering others. Ho who is willing to be n failure rather tlinn be falso will never bo cither. Sctecltd. Knowledge U power aid the way to keep up with modern knowledge Ii to read a food newspaper. Vol. XIV. Balkan War Resumed Owing to thti recession on tho jiart of Turkey from llio iK)Sltlon tnken !n young tho National Assembly, tho Turk jiarty coming Into powrr, peace negotiations wero not resumed during tho week imtl nil of tho envoys f left Umdon with tho exception tho Roprcseiitatlvo of Montenegro. Diplomacy Can Settle It In a recent noto to tho Urltlah KOvornmcnt In replying to Earl Grcy'B protest against tho proitosal of tho United States to remit tolU on censt-wls- o vessels,. Secretary of Stato Knox nay that they will not bo jiermlttcd to extend opciatlons Into foreign com- lictltlvo flsldn, and that Increased tolls will not bo laid on foreign shipping to compemato fcr tho tolls remitted. Tho Secretary" further Bays that, If this declaration docs not satis fy Great Britain, our government will propose, a special commission cf ad Our government holds to tho View that tho recent law is nowise In conflict with our treaty agreements, nnd mildly hlnU, at least between tho lines, that wo have a perfect right to legislate for tho canal as well as tho right to control entirely our own shipping. protects Constantinople. Telegrams from Sofia and from inrlcun European iontH, Tuesday, report Adrlanoplo In flames from tho thu florco liombardmcnt, not even residential portions of tho city being spared. It Is also reported that Scutari has madvi overtures of surrender. Fivo hundred and fifty thousand Thi nrmlntle) wan scheduled to end soldiers of tho ullics uro said to conMonday evening. Turat 7 o'clock, front tho Turks and protest tho deterkey, howovor, letting It 1st known mination now to drlvo them frotn that tho resumption of hostilities Europo ncllon of the wouM depend upon thu A lato rumor was to tho effect that of ullloi. And desptto tho efforts shortly after tho resumption of hostho rowers, promptly at 7:00 p. m. tilities tho Turkish Government teletho bombardment of Adrlanoplo graphed Ita willingness to accedu to and aotno skirmishes occurred tho former terms proposed by the forts allies nloni: tho Tchaltnljn lino of This waa later denied. which u-- gnn SEEING THEMSELVES Our citizens can no longer refer to ' Bloody Breathitt' or point the finger of scorn nt any community on thu face of thu earth" quqtea W. 1 Wnltoti in tho Lexington Herald from the Cynthiuua Democrat, iu reviewing the criminal propensities of tho state, mid especially tho llluo Grass Kegion nnd commenting upon the invoking of tho unwritten law by a Shelby County jury, and tho recent hilling of tho Hon. Harry liuiley of Cynthiaim. Cynthiaim is reitorted to have had eight killings within the Inst yenr, nnd nix of thu murderers have been either cleared or have escaped, the other two are now in jail awaiting trial. The fault is not all with the juries as sometimes claimed, nor with public sentiment. It lies largely with the lawyers. justment. THE NEW STORY Wo aw running, this week, the first Installment of our new "Hoih sides of Tho Shield," written Lords Reject Home Rule Bill English Chancellor Champions a New Pro' by I're". Taft's lato aid. Major Hull. s Con gretilve Our renders should not miss a sir- tlnue Their Petty Warfare-Chin- ese glo Iscuo of this story. And they will by j Loan Finally Made. confer a favor uion Tho Cltl'ii making mention of It to their neighREGISTER THEIR Ol'I'OSlTION bors, sometimes loaning them their the Tho Irish Homo Itulo Dill, paperfl, or better, Insisting that tiny liassagu of which in tho llouso it subscribe. Commons waa noted In Tho Citizen week, was taken up promptly by j last and defeated as tho llouso of Tho overwhelmingly lis predicted. On pago 'i will bo found an article vote stood ti'J for nnd In opposl-tlo- n by Dr. Iock cu tlm hookworm dlsenao. to tho measure. Those wishing to learn pnictleall) that It Is understood, of course, all that Is known nliout thl.i dlBcas tho KCtlon of tho Lords will have can do so by rending this article from llttlo effect upon tho bill as they an opert on tho subject. wero lost jvr.r deprived of tho veto To ninny wh.i heard tho Doctor ut (tower. tho ':hnpol, much Uiat he said will Tho measuro will como up again .n Ik) il, and thoso who were not tho House cf Commons, and after so fortunate, can make up In part their final action will become a for their los, law If It finally receives a favorable vote. THE NORTHWEST VISIT US MORE litOt.RESSlVKIS.M Tho present Liberal (iovcrnuitut in it Heforo wo go to press npaln, England Is fully ubreast, it not flno agricultural demonstration car of of tin timet in its champlon-ohl- p Company tho Northern Pacific Hallway of progressive measure. will bo In Ilorea when! It will re- until That thoro will bo no let-u- p main from 1:30 p. in., Wednesday, the ono measuro alter anotlier Is iheck-e- d , 12th to 1:00 p. in. Friday tho 14th. off tho program, tho Chancello-this Lloyd Ueorgo, announces "That tho Thu object of tho coming of ear Is to show tho eopIe of this foremost fcuk cf tho Liberal party In vicinity tho opportunities offered by tho near futuro Is tho regeneration tho great Northwest. Of course Its of rural llfo tho emancipation of the purpose Is to cumulate emigration land from tho parallzlng grip of the the rusty, offeto and unprofitable to tho territory through which road runs. Hut no one needs to go to the Northwest unless ho wishes, but, Tho Chancellor has tho counigo of even If ho does net Intend to leave his convictions, end noon we may bo very profitable Kentucky, It would hear much of the Kngllbh laud ipi to him U) visit tills ear and learn at tlon. It Is possible that tho single first hand what tho farmers are do- tax Id en of Henry (leorgo may figure ing In tho Northwest. The farmers f In the discussion. this locality may b stirred to great- 'MANY JAILED er efforts by viewing this exhibit Tho window smashing program of Mesiure--Suffra;etteI WORLD NEWS Tho noto claims that thoro aro only two Issues upon which tho tw covernments havo failed to asroo, nnd expresses tho" belief that they are succeptlblo of adjustment by diplomatic means, and without rccourso to arbitration. Agitation etlli continues both In Congress and throughout tho country, sentiment being pretty well dlvld;U on tho matter of tho remission of tolls. Senator Hoot taking tho lead for tho ono clement and demanding an Immediate repeal of tho law as tho only way to sayo our honor, and prove, g people. that wo aro a Senator O'Qorman takes tho other vlow of tho cnBc, and declares that tho United States would mako Itself a laughing stock should It fall to control Its own cannl. treaty-abidin- UNITED STATES NEWS IN Income Tax Amendment Ratified Pushing the one Term Idea Prizes for Corn Growers States In Favor of Direct Election of Senators Castro Released More About the Cabinet Lincoln Memorial Monument. CONSTITUTION AMENDED Quito unexpectedly Wyoming rati-lle- d tho IncomoTax amondmcnt, Slon day, thus making tho necossnry thrco fourths of tho states. Thl3 Is tho XVI amendment nnd reads ns follows: "Artlclo XVI The Congress shall havo power to lay and collect taxis on Incomes, from whatever source de- OUJLOWNJTATE EXPERIENCING A CHANGE OF HEART dr.TowTrtiole G ' car. up Uio Northern I'oclflc cd, and take a few hours off to It visit the car nnd Bee freo what would taki yenra cjf time and hun tlreds of dollars to boo otherwise. Ivook j pago J!, A SUGGESTION I'r.f. 'Montgomery makes a good suggestion this week to farmers who have old and worn out fields. See his arthiit on Sweet Clovrr Culture on seven. lge LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY Ikiore another Issue of The Citizen reaches our readers Line In b will have kish d. To thu tiny we are running lssu" witiM Lincoln matter In this and shall have uenrly n lag1 n t we- l Se t'l-- ' flno pleturo of the grea rmanclpator on on- - Mil page CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE I'AUU ONE Hlctnday Editorials. Ntws or the Week. Dr. J. S. Lsck's Uoturo. I'AliE lCd'torials. Hookworm Dim-at- I TWO, ; I rived, without apportionment among tho States, and without regard to any census or enumeration ." Congress will now enact a law regulating tho levying of the tax. Tho matter will likely bo tnltcn up during tho coining extra session. ONE TERM FOR THE PRESIDENT the tions. SInco the election last fall CLEARING ITS DOCKET l'ro3ldentlal cno term Idea has been Tho Fayetto Circuit Court closed its agitated widely, and tho sentiment I Tho latter part of tho lecture was ; was crystallzcd in the Uulted Statn term last Frday having broken all OR, LOCK'S LECTURE to tho hookworm disease, and Senate by the passage of a resolu ! records as to convictions, and leavlnc j devoted A Large Audience and Great Interest for this tho lantern was brought In- - tion last week providing for tho 11ml only three cases on the criminal dock- !ct. Manifested - Anti Hookworm Cam- to commission, many pictures bMng Continued on race mc thrown on the screen showing conThirty-fou- r paign Inaugurated. iiercons wero convicted to ditions where similar campaigns on felony charges, and given terms MRS. C. H. M'CORMICK, JR. Dr. J. S. Ixtck of llarbotirvllle, of that In Herea havo been carried tm in tho penitentiary varying from a tho Rockefeller Commission nnd Stato and many pictures also being shown llfo sentence to an indeterminate senHoard of Health, came to Ilcrca last of those afflicted with the disease betence of ono to fivo yenrs. Two wero Wednesday at the Invitation of Dr. fore nnd after treatment. convicted and given tho death penCowley, Dr. Davis and others, to en-- 1 On Thursday the laboratory was alty. Thero weie many minor cas s gage In a campaign In Herea nnd Madl-- ! opened in the vacant building next resulting In Jail sentences nnd fines. sou County ugalust tho hookworm to Hoillday's store, many specimens CAR OF TODACCO I1URNED dUease. Circulars wero distributed having been riibmltted on Thursday Tho burning of a freight car loadthruoiit tho town nunounclng tho lsc- evening, and tho ntlcroscoplsts from ed with tobacco on the 'Illinois Cen-tr- rl ii tho Stato Board of Health, tho Mlss-- s holm; turo by Dr. Lock nt night, and tho English uiffragettcs Is road at Cobb, Kentucky, Saturlnrgc audlenco cf students, members Mary Shea carried out to the dismay of tho and Allco Hayden, arrivgives day, by supposed Incendiaries of tho rnculty r.nd citizens wero pres- ing on the fast train to and tha (iovernment. Many assist hi liso to rumors of a revival of night have been made and jail sen- ent and listened for more than two tho work. rider outrages. Ccbb Is In tho center tences lnfllcte.1. Thus jailed Wero hours to a moiit interesting nnd inFrom tho first tho laboratory has of tho region witnessing theso disgiven tho option of paying a fine but telligent nddrosb ou tho Mibjcct of boon visited by crowd;, interested in turbances a few years ago. sanitation and health. tho work and specimens hac poured EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE Tho first part of tho lecturo was In continually until thero Is enough CROWN PRINCE OF TURKEY Supt. Hamlett has called a meet- -' ncvoted to a dlRcusslon of tho pre-- I work for another week or moiv log of the county superintendents to consumption, ty-- I ventiible disuses for tho busy force. Up until tho afte:-noo- n meet at Frankfort, April 2nd. 3rd and pholtl fever, dysentery, etc.. Dr. Itek of yesterday I'll! 8p"clmons had 4th. Mauy problems pertaining to the bhowing from statistics cf tho Hoard 3 of which were found been examined, Improvement of tho schools will bo Health, tho percntngo of iKnha to of haio hookworm, 46 round worm dlscur.sed. Recognizing tho influence, In tho state from some of these 7 dw.irf tapo worm and 30 stomach of tho press In educntlonal matters, and Insltitlng that every siu-worm. Of tho ;ta, lis wore found to tho Bupt. haa also Invited the ediilesith was unnecenssry and duo to bo freo of pataslt. It will thus be tors cf tho ctato to Join tho county neglect, sumetluHH criminal, of some oeoii that tho percentage of Mils' Mrs. McCormlck Is not only one superintendents In their conf-rcnone cr niRny. Just how the dlwns B affected with hookworm In Hie vicin"111: WETTEST AND WARMEST of the leaders of Chicago's best sociaro eontnict"d, that Is, how the ity is nearly ety, but alto is actively Interested In j Jrtnuaiy, according to the records germs aro propr.gutcd end survive hi A good many those examined nre various charitable enterprises. CoiiHuurd on fit filth and how they nre. carried by students, and of tho few Infections Is filna to our f.H d or enter tho yst in no doubt duo t tho fact that thru tho wator that wo drink, was afflicted with the dlsas' told by th cpeaker In a most uti Ikwould hardly bo likely to be away ing and Imprrsstvo manner. from homo. Dr. Lock !s a foo of filth and Dr. Lock will continue his work in condltloi'B. and If tliw hi Huron an long as necoaAtry, evoy not a campaign In cleaning up wh'r-tve- r one, whether lie has nason to thlniv he gcod, It will not bo b'Mauie himself InftcUd or net, should tak ho doeu not lav brrc filthy ootid!! lomi advantage of the opportunity t" 1 u( V ' i I'd because his .ludlenres do n ninke tho test. understnnd Mm. It will b- - due t:t an Indlfferenco that not ei n d ath In Examination is absolutely nve. nrd cane infection Is found, trcntm nt Its'if can aroiiBe; Is nIio free. There mutl be tome iei3n lur the 3 ) ! r.ys-lem- ." ' jk.-llts ' o, ef one-fift- h. ' It is interesting to seo how thu leaders iu the Democratic party are undergoing a chnuge of heart as to the tarilT. At the Baltimore Convention n protective tariff was pronounced unconstitutional and thero was to bo n sweeping revision. That is uow n long time ago, and, as The Citizen1 pointed out last week, the pi pern from the various states are beginning to pipe, each separate industry rallying to its sup jtort thu Democratic Congressmen who declare that tho turiff is not too high ou this particular product. Indeed tarilT reform is not half so popular ou tho ovo of tho extra session ns it was juit before thu election, when there whs no possibility of u Keptihlicnti Sennto and a Ilepiiblicnu President passing thu nondescript bills introduced over night iu the Lo.ver llouso. Just to show to what extent sentiment has changed, ono him only to refer to the declaration of House Leader, Underwood, chief advocate of tarilT reform, who, a few days ago, declared that tho Democrats had no intention of cutting tariff rates too much. The Committtu having in charge certain (schedules, for instance, llux and hemp and oilier competitive nrticles, are said tofnvor about tho mime rules that is, the present Republican rates, "No disH)sitiou to cut the tariff too much." That is a Having clause. Thu ghosts of platform declarations and campaign spteches will soon begin to arise to plague the new administration though, we fear. The Citizen favors tariff reform and wants the Democratic party to keep its pledges. State Treasurer Must Stamp WarrantsGood Work of Fayette Circuit Court -- Doing: the Work of Night Riders Joint Conference of Countr Superintendents and Editors Called January's Record Madison Citizen Poisoned. TREASURER MUST STAMP Judgo Stout of tho Franklin Circuit Court, Saturday, handed down a decision in tho caso of tho Commissioner of Agriculture, against tho Stato Treasurer, In which It Is declared that tho Treasurer Is only n ministerial officer, and must stamp warrants as Interest-bearinIf tho decision ts affirmed by the court cf Appeals, tho sums appropriated by tho last legislature for various purposes, If tho Treasurer Is not able to pay, will bear Interest until paid. This, It would seem, Is as It should be, for either tho legislature should not appropriate or be assured beforo It does that tlicio Is money enough forthcoming to meet tho approprla- g. Preventable. Tempeiauco. I'AdE THHKK Tho quiet Hour. Death cf Law Makers, (iridium Hurlt'squcrs. pace: kouu Locals. AOE K1VB Dlstlnguluhed AuthoiB of Kentucky. Stato NowB (con.) Unit' d Stat'o News (con.) I'AdK BIX Now Serial Story. AUK SEVEN Imprisonment nnd thr at n to curry on a hunger strike In pi ison; that Is, rofiMo to eat nnd put th ntitboritluu t" thu troubio of endeavoring co forco them In order to kvp them from starving to death. Tills program Is suppos-- d to btt'ld sentiment In favor of tho cnuso of feinalo suffrege a law breaking campaign which results In tho opportunity to pose ub pjtty mortyrs. CHINESE LOAN Tho long negotiated loan of th" Six I'owors to tha Chlnesa Govem-moIs reported to havo been Tuesday. Tho amount Is $12iW0,000. $10,000,000 of which Is to bo advanced at etice. It Is a fifty This ik i..i; nrn pnotograph of the year lean, the Chlncso Government crown prince of Turkey to be received having tho option of redeeming It afIn the United State. ter six months' notlco. nt flint" 0000XXK0000 to try to read, much lea answer, all the attacks made on me, this shop wight as well be closed do for any other business. the very best know how the Very lest I can; and I mean to keep on doing so until the end. the end brings me out all right, what is said against me won't amount to anything. the end brings me out wrong, ten angels swearing Was right Would make no difference. univerul popuUnly of the F I were Oliver Chilled Plows In U.I U..,t ftit l lb.nl Wdlinj I I lu Olivei't Clullrd Mtul hi no qul for long nd ptifrcl couiihk quililift. The ilowi it thaprd tlong ll.e lint, of rciiitance nj ihc hitch 11 nictly ccn m ihr Lightest Draft Plows Ever Made If Slit, nJ tiylct in variety nd every kind of work II lucccitfully handltd. ticl If Repair tainable. pit II fil oacil and arecuil Cm wwllilN tifUa ob- f ual US all W,. , Inteattve Farming. Parm and Garden. MIK EIOI1T i hi Akftmm Limttm Eastern Kentucky News. ooooooooooooooooo R. H. CHRISM AN, The Furniture Man Pace Two. of thoso speakers on tho Attitude of tho several countries of the world and each of their governments family newspaper for ill that It right, toward prevnlent religions and espetrue and Interesting. cially toward tho Christian religion. Thousands of delegates hnvs nlrendy rublithnl eiery TJiitrUjr t fterea, Kjr. been appointed to attend tills Conference. It Is estimated by tho Com"iiREA PUBLIbHING CO. THE CITIZEN fich Febcuary 6, 1913. The Citizen Denies an Increase in Rates Tho I., and N. Itallroad Company was last week uenieu 1110 priviugo of increasing freight rates on c.nl and coko on tho Cumberland Valley Division east of Midilli'sboro. lite road's contention Is that tho from cost of tho shipment of coal tho Appnlachta nnd St Charles districts to points north of tho Ohio equal or exceeds the reveini"a icciv. ed. Tho Interctate Commerce Comm.s-slo- n claims that tho con Is only 71 to 82 por cent of tho revenuj. Further, tho Commission hoUs that the road encouraged tho tlavolopm 'lit of tho mines In this region by of fering present rates to (mints north ' Kteknational SUNDAYSCI100L A (lncorpnrntel) J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager Subscription Rates rAVAM,H IN ADVANCK One Year Six Month Three Month Send money by e fu o U or Hiprew Money Onler, Drift, Keglilereit Letter, or one and two eOil itamp. The date fter )our nme on label ahowi to wjiat dale our miWrlptlon l paid. If it la not chanied within three weeki after renewal notify u. will be gladly supplied if we Mlmlnjr numl-eratt notified. Literal ternia Riven to any who obtain new subscription! for us. Any one sending us four reatly subscriptions can teceneTlieCltiten free for himself for one ear Adtetlisiug tales on application, MFMt FkAMBBBSSJUBJ or KHNTUCKY TRKSS ASSOCIATION, MORE GOOD NEWS FROM JACKSON tl A week ago wo were able to tho movement for better things in Jackson, Breathitt County, speaking of tho action of the Civic and tho Clvlo Committee of Progress an well na tho City Court. News continues to come of tha determination on tho part of tho citizens to make Jackson both a bettor place to Uvo In and more beautiful to bohold. It Is good to hear tf tho increasing activities of tho citizens tbo fact that the better class of pcoplo aro becoming so united ns to present such n front to tho lawd less clement as not to bo by it, and soared back Into their closets. Ad a result blind tigers aro being closed, their owners cither being Jailed or oscaplng tho country. Aside from Police Judge Swango, Town Marshal Sowell, and Prosecut(tho ing Attorney M. II. Holllday, latter, by tho way, Is a former Berean) great credit la due to the Committee of citizens. o Of course, as everybody knows, Judges, town marshals, and city attorneys aro powerless in any community, however good tho law, unless public sentiment Is back of them, :, and it is this public sentiment, it that Is going to redeem Jackson. com-monover-aweio-llcany-thin- BRADLEY'S DISTINCTION Senator Bradley Is in anticipation claiming great distinction. He ha3 announced, what will no doubt be a fact after tho 4th of '.March, that he Senawill bo the only Republican tor from tho South, and that he will rnako a bold fight for Committee positions in tho Sonate of tho now upon the grounds of seniority. It is hard to envy tho Senator his commanding position, through, no doubt, he will get a great deal of pleasure Out of It. Tho Citizen finds It difficult to exult over tho past record of its representative in the highest legislative body of tho country, and equally as difficult to anticipate any pleasure over any action ho Is likely to tako in tho future. Somehow wo can't forget tho manner of his election, and then wo can't forgot his vote for Lorlmer, and his recent failuro to vote in the impeachment proceedings. Somehow Mr. Bradley seems to us to bo allied with a class In whoso company we do not want to bo caught. Con-gross WORLD'S CHRISTIAN CITIZENSHIP CONFERENCE Tho Executive Commltteo of the National Reform Citizenship Conference, Portland, Oregon, Juno 29 to July 6, 1913, roports a rapidly developing Interest In this world assembly. Already tho interest is such as to make necessary tho holding of simultaneous soctlonal conferences Thirteen such conferences have to date been docldod upon, on the following themes: Tho Family, (Including marriage and dlvorco.) Mormonlsm, Social Purity, Intemperance, Gambling, Prison Reform, Municipal Reform, So. clallsm, Capital nnd Labor, Immigration and Emigration, Peace, Tho j, Christianity and Public Education. At least two, possibly threo or fur such conferences will bo held tuch day. Governor West of Oregon is to bo In charge of tho conference on Prison Roform, Governor Osborn of Michigan lit charge of that on Christianity and Public Education, and Raymond Robins of Chicago iti chargo of that on Socialism. Others, apoclally qualified, havo been chosen to. havo In chargo other conferences. Addresses on special themes will bo given each evening In the large auditorium by eminent speakers. It Is proposod to havo present at least ono speakor from each of tho lidnclpal countries of tho world. Authentic data Is to bo presented by Sab-liaU- of tho Ohio ten years ago, and that ; tho ralso of tho rales would now practically amount to tho closing of tho mines. Tho Commission claims also that this coal ran bo shipped by (CondutWd by the National Woman' Chrli liar T'lnprmnr Union tulslllo cheaper than by Cincinnati, twenty mitter) In chnrgo that fully nnd that tho greater cost now nf thousand will bo In attendance. shipment, If it Is greater, Is duo ATTITUDE OF THE W. C. T. U. aro being appointed Commissions to Improvements being innile on the specially to Investigate and report on President Lillian 8tevent Makes road of tho Cincinnati Division. Statement Oefore Portland Con. each of tho nbovo named topics or n Another contention of tho ventlon as to 8tatus. themes for tho sectional conferences Is that tho rest Is gr nt r Theso reports aro to be prepared from Wnsloto to Appnlnchla, bocnuso A statement of tho nonpartisan at nnd will from a world vlowpolnt of tho fact that tho road has not been titude of tho Woman's Christian Temsuggest world remedies. probably Improved greatly for tho last ten perance union was mndo before tho lltcraturo on this years, nnd could be inatlo much Portland convention by I.llllan M, N. World's Couferenco may bo had upcheaper, For theso reasons the road Slovens, national president, which Is on application to tho National as follows: to Increnso its rnt s Is not nllow-e4 Publication Association, The Woman's Christian TemperBuilding, Pittsburg, Pa. ance union Is neither a sectarian nor ' a partisan organization. Each member is frco to choose hor own church THE AMERICAN MAHOMET own party Whllo tho Way for Many Other Diseases-Primar- ily Due to Soil ""I1 before Prepares the ans Christian Temperance union About soventy years ngj, Pollution-Preve- nted by Sanitary Measures. women, In some of tho northern tho ancient Kgyptlau languago could Its have been using their Influ- i states, bo read, Mormonlsm nppeand, By DR. JAS S. LOCK enco tor mo election or iiepuuucan founder, Joseph Smith, presented Ills to carry tho eggs and young worms, candidates who stood for stnte-wldHookworm Develops Slowly. followers with two books, which ho Hookworm disease, different from whllo they aro yet veiy much too prohibition on a prohibition platform, origin. Tho claimed wcro of dlvlno small to bo seen with the tiatutnl eye, the W C T U. of some of the southllook of Mormon, so ho claimed, ho many of tho other preventable disern states, havo by the same token, copied from plates of gold which nu eases, does not come on suddenly but and deposit them on tho loud that worked for the election of Democratic Yone Is slow In Its development. Ono muy wo eat, Tho greater ioreciit of th" candidates, A careful study of the naangel brought to him in New grown up people that are found with tional platforms reveals that only one State. Tho book pretends to bo a his- havo the Infection for many months It party recognizes the evils of tho American Indians and of or oven years beforo tho symptoms tho Infection nre thought to get tory of tho way. You can very readily avu liquor tratllc, and declares that it a raco of white pooplo who lived In become enough mnrked for th race In this inso people become While some should be destroyed America boforo Its discover' by Col- to bo diagnosed by tho examination that all of the of tho body. Pneumonia is sudden in fected Innocently. Then why should white rlbboners still have hope that umbus. pcoplo bo ashamed to l.now that they the old national parties, and tho now Tho second book, Tho Doctrino and its onset. Wo have tho Initial chill national party, will redeem thembodCovenants, contains tho divine lawn, and In a very few hours we are aubs havo the parasites In their own selves from the onus of favoring tho God deliver- - to diagnose it beyond tho question of ies. Tho disease Is contracted Just mighty vested Interests of tho liquor which, so Smith claims, small us Is typhoid or pneumonia, ed to him ornlly. It Is tho laws of a doubt. Typhoid is preceded by only tratllc, having n combined capital of this book which sanction plural mar- - a few days of raalalse. Dyphthena lox, dyphthcrln or measles, or any a thousand million dollars, others redis will dovelop almost within the hour, .other Infection of a contngeous gard tho natlonnl prohibition party as riageo. ease. Who of us, It ho knew it, would the party which Is to lead the people However, thero Is a third Mormon Almost all tho diseases that aro place himself so ho could get one of out of tho wilderness of strong drink. Tho Bcol; of Abraham, publish- - jed by gorras nre rapid In developtheso diseases und who It ho tJiould ed under tho titlo of Tho Pearl of ment. bo so unfortunate as to get ono or DRINKING MEN NOT WANTED Aids Other Diseases. Great Prlco. It is a new history of world, - them would not want to bo cured of from Hookworm disease, which Is a paratho formation of tho Steal Abraham, given to Smith through tho slue infection, will aid these oth r lt at lho larl,fcst l0Sl"bl0 moment? Omelal Prefers Man Who Would t0 1vo,!Uo1 uMrtuiilty aid of an Egyptian mummy. It con- - 'diseases In their work by weakening .Tho.n whea Cau" tains Smith's alleged translations f tho body, lessoning Its resistive pow- - that 18 8lven by 11,0 If ..I . mlaalnn t,n....l. .I... somo Egyptian documents relating to era, destroying tho red blood and by We would sooner have a man in the we are nfecled Abraham In Egypt, and some Ulustra- - so doing produce In tho body omp)oy (ako mf)nfy ,han that with this parasite wo should not he should Indulge In Intoxicants. Tho tion's representing Cod and Abratho proper soil for the development ham and various deities, which of tho germs of tho disease when It feel any delicacy in submitting our- damage that would result from stealof AbraEgyptian. Tho Book would otherwise bo able to resist selves for examination that wo may ing would be trifling compared with bo rid of it. We should not want to the trouble which might result from ham was Smith's weak point. Ho did them. ' go on with these worms in our bodies a conductor, or an engineer, or even uot foresee that In time the EgypToll of Preventable Diseases. and bo a menace to others, but we a brakesman, partaking too freely of tian hciroglyphs on tho millions of The Vital Statistics law which should Official of the Now feel lt our duty to find out If Intoxicants An objects In Egyptian drawing would went Into effect two jears ago shows wo aro so unfortunato and take treat- York Central Itallrtmd bo perfectly Intelligible and that the jus that in tho year 1911, Itallroad assocta-tlon'- s Tho American tho flm ment to be cured. deception would become like an open year of its operation, standard code has a rulo which fort seven por "The use of Intoxi reads as followsbook Christian Herald. Loss from Impaired Efficiency cent of the people, who died in Ken- cants by employes while on duty Is n"k. u. ui u pruvcuiuuio uiscase. .i lt.t mv-v- . Tho economic loss to tho country pmhlbltetd Their tiso or th fre- Honesty first; then courase; then mai is, 47 out of every hundred .if from hookworm disease is tremendous, frequenting of places where they ar brains. Theodoro Roosevelt. uur peopie inai uieu, mat year, should Tho efficiency of tho lRvple. who tiro ,olj Is sufficient cause for dismissal It thou thlnkeat twlco before thou not havo died but should have lieen chiefly engaged In agricultural aud llotighly, I believe that eighty per rpeakest once, thou wilt speak twice living today and bo vnluiMo assets mining pursuits. Is Impaired on Dit- cent of the accidents to trains, equipto the community In which they repJ. averngo of from 33 to CO icr cent, ment nnd employes in the train and tho better fo." It. Wm. Penn. ed and to tho state. In many cases tho victim Is unable yard service of the railroads of this Learn the luxury of doing good. By a prcventablo disease, I mean n even to tako euro of himself, much country are directly or Indirectly traceable to the violations of this disease that we know how to keep less to contribute to tho supjioit uf rule. Mr. Mitchell, Chief Agent of the Tho tissue of the lifo to bo from having, ono that wo should not tho family. In other cases tho workWo weavo with colors all our Railroad Terminals Association of St. havo if wo tako the proper care if ing efficiency is only slightly Im- Louis. own our bodies and observe the simplest paired. The mind is affected or dull, And in the field of destiny Wo reap as wo have sown. of sanitary ruls. By sanitation, only, and tho effect on tho general moral EXPOSE OF MODERN SCIENCE Whlttler. can wo hope to eradicate hookworm welfare of tho community is appal- disease which bo many of our people lng. Little progress is possible in tdu Many Aroused by Discovery That At- rnhnl la Life Dtatrover Attl. have. cation and thousands of children AT REST tude of Scientists. 'never attend Bchool at all. lt would Origin in Soil Pollution. While wandering through a village be, indood, useless for them to do so, The discovery of science that alco-Hookworm Infection or disease Is cemetery not long ago I stopped nt as ouucatmg these joor victim, whoso hoi Is a life desroyer. Is arousing many the graveside of n woman whom I bad originally a soil polutlon. A person vitality Is sapped by this tiny para- - who heretofore have been uninterest known. On her totuUstone were graven who has been unfortunate enough t Mr. ed In the temperance problem. slto is out of the question. the words: get some of theso little' parasites InFrancis O nenedlct of the Carnegie "At Itesf to his body at onco becomes a menSymptoms. j Institute, after an extended tour in Verily, I snld to myself. It Is high ' Europe visiting nearly all of the Imace to the entire community for One of the symptoms of hookworm time and I hoo It Is so with her. physiological laboratories, For uenrly fifty years this woman each ono of tho female hookworms disease Is an abnormal apietliu for portant hn was continually Imbad cooked nnd sewed and scrublKHl when full, grqwn Is capable of laying certain things. Some of the more writes that pressed with the temperance attitude and patched for a big family. Or from 40 to l.OOu eggs per day. These severe cases nnd thoso which we of notable scientists; aud Mr Bene o,.nu .In n in.Vi In tin ti.1i "Ul ' ,u caslonally when there were thrasher "b" " mountain people will reeognizo at a says: or during mru gathering sbe would uui wiiit uio excreta, anu excreta is glance, aro known as "Dirt Eaters" j dict further "When these men, whose whole Ufa have some help, but mostly not. In most every Instance cast upon the on account of their unaccountable Is engnged in the problem of preserv. The family was prosperous. surface of tho ground where these lng life, preventive medicine, and paHer buslmnd owned one of the Inr eggs will receive tnotsturo from the desire to eat dirt. They will eat this tient scientific research, find that they gest nnd t farms of the uelghlior earth, heat from tho sun and oxygen dirt when no one Is observing them, are infinitely better off without alcoand on being accused, deny that they hood. He wits n pusher of work nnd from tho air. With theso conditions did lt. Tho most severe cases of this hol than with lt. their evidence must very its n farmer and stock lt Is only two or three days until disease aro to be found In the rural be carefully weighed, for what Is good bris-deAnd yet a psychiatrist in the University tho eggs begin to hatch and then districts where sanitation is bad. j for Munich, a physiologist In For n tpinrter of a century, to m the Uniof person In his dally labor, or the I Venn in I knowledge, the woman it ml the Fewer cases aro found In the cities, I versity of Helslngfors. a chemist In mmlnp In rontnrt u'lili her daughters curried the water for child nl. although thoy aro not uncommon the University of Lyons, and a chem- . . . dottiest - purposes from n pump more iuis puiuieu sun, gets 11 011 ins Kin especially in tho poorer In the Imperial Military Academy sections where than 100 feel uwuy from the kltehen. wbero If it Is permitted to remain sanitary "sburg. certainly good for conditions are not of tho Thet were rich for a few minutes these hatching eggs bust. The soil of the farm wax fertile nun which havo become mobile will wigIn tho sections where tho hookworm well tiniirHiiil hy good farming uieth gle their way through the pores of infection Is prevalent, tho conditions DRINK HABIT FALLING AWAY ods mid tin- - rrops were bumper crop tho akin and work themselves into favor tho spread of typhoid fever, Every jenr the surplus earning grew People of Los Angeles Awakening to But there "were no entivenleneoH pro. tho veins where tho flow of blood consumption, and other contageotta Fact That Liquor la Harmful-- No will carry them to the heart nnd vlilisl for the woman of the houi and Infectious diseases, and tho enorSign of Increase. tho heart, pumping the blojd mous hold. There wits no sink In the klti hen. then death rate from these disuses II ml, ns for liathriHini or furnace or to tho different parts of the body, Is duo Indirectly In a great measure The socretary of the Los Angeles u IlL'htlng sjxleni. there wits 110 pumps them to tho lungs. In Ltquor Industrie!, and one of the oldthe to tho hookworm dlseaso which tlioiiL'ht of sHiidlng money for snrh ; lungs they aro a little too large to est wholesale liquor dealers In Los a condition favorable to fov-.- -r Anrfflpfl la nnthnrltv fnr thm iIhIa. luxuries. 'go through tho small blood vessels, and other Infections, a weakened con- - ment that peopie do not dr)nk n, ti,ey Tlie were rich, but so they burrow their way into the makes used to do. He says; "The population The woman did not hare the com bronchial tubes and aro then coughed dltiou at tho outset which inonest necessities of modern life. up into tho mouth with the mucous treatment for typhoid and other dls- - of Los Angeles four or five years ago was In the neighborhood of 200,000. eases extremely difficult. The money went In buy more land, to trom the lungs and aro swallowed InIt has been more than doubled today. raise more corn. t feed more hogs, to Easily Cured. to the stomach, passing from thero Were conditions now as they used to get mure money to buy more land into tho small Intestines which Is Treatment is easy. It will not stop be there should be a markod Increase "At Best." Fitllh. she hail earned It! For years their home. It takes theso llttlo you ono day from your work nor will In tho liquor traffic. There has uot Tho only M10 lived the life of hard lalxir. want worms Just six weeks from the tlmo It cause tho child to lose ono day been a sign of Increase. logical conclusion for this Is that peo-- I nnd deprivation so that her husbniid. they havo gotten 011 one's skin till trom school, and tho euro Is absolutepie are awakening to the fact that too when she died, might have 1.000 ncre. they havo found their way into the ly certain. much liquor Is harmful." Did she sometimes hunger for the Intestines aud have becomo full Sanitation Prevents. better things of life? Old she mime grown worms capable of laying from Alcohol Weakens. I times sigh for the little pleasures and 40 to 4,000 eggs por Tho eradication of this disease, as day to be cat sir Frederick Treves, surgeon of courtesies nnd kindnesses denied her 1 said at tho beginning, will depend King Edward of England, speaking of Or was her wo man's soul calloused by on tho soil for Us further polutlon. upon our Individual efforts. Sanltu- - alcohol as a says; "I greed? Flies are Carriers. column that moved Hon will bo tho most important fuc- - WM wlth the SulKinlliiiitliig the best that was in Not all of thoso who havo the In- tor. Tho proper care of tho excreta on Udysmlth In tho South African her, she labored on like some slavo fection get It by coming In contact of tho human body; tho erection and w" n "coed- B,nd10f c,our" until, lean, cadaverous aud wrinkled, with the poluted soil, but by far tho she dropped Into ber grave. maintanco of Sanitary c.osets. and , On a tomb over the body of a soldier greater number get it In this way. tho installation of the feeptic lank, Tho infection may bo gotten by rirnivlnim nf which with instructions flrit who dropp9(j out were not. th) at Padua Is graven the legend: .i . . k .v,n .n " drinking water which has these hatch, ho. who never rested, rests " "Here Vo8truct, can be secured men.' or".h. m... rnVn! They w.r. th. The same legend might have been lng eggs In It. It Is thought that from the State Board of Health for drinkers, and they dropped out as put uon the gravestone of the rich about ten percent get Infected In clearly as ir tney nad been labeled tho asking. old woman of the farm. this manner. Flics nre also known with big Utter la their back." Com-missioi Re-for- m G03-60- Lesson (lly i:, nliiK O, HKM.I-ltflDirector of Kv. The Moody lllble In- tlliite uf ClilritRO.) , !nrtinnt LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 9. QOD'8 COVENANT i WITH NOAH. 9:8-1I.KSSON TKXT-Oe- n. 1 my bow In (IOI.IIKN TKXT "I il( the elnud nnd It shall lie fur n token ot a between tun and the earth." rovenatit (len, I. II. Hookworm Disease Preventable nr o catts-boo- I -- ! .,,,..,,,.., "efeller tllldu I ' d -- - ' lH-- r. ... tot1 lt - 11 pio-uue- cs I. Verses At tho conclusion of tho lesson ot last week Noah was embarked In tho ark und tho flood was Between that time over tho earth and tho time of this lesson Noah made three nttcmpt to ascertain If Iba tlmo had arrived for him to leavo the At last flod gave him com. Ark. mand (SMS, 1C) to "go forth." but hn did not go ompty handed, Noah had taken his all In the ark nnd It proved to be a most profitable Investment. Though shut up K.0 days (7:24), God must havo been In the hearts of that llttlo company ns they stepped forth upon the dry land, What nn oversensn of God's gracious powering mercy. What a recollection of Ood'a awful wrath. What a trembling least thero bn a repetition of this disaster. And what an amaiement In contemplating the mighty work or founding a new raco. Noah's Offering. The first act on Noah's part upon leaving the nrk wbs to build an altar unto God and to offer a burnt offering (8 20) Thua we see that God's covenant with Noah waa based Uon the ground of shed blood (Itch, 9: and aa such It was an acceptable offering, "a sweet smelling sacrifice" (S 21), because It was an expression of entire consecration to God, Phil. 4' 18. This offering Is, of course, a type of Christ who Is the "Ijmb slain from tho foundation of the world." As Noah's offering, see S 21, averted a rightful penalty, even so tho offering of Christ redeems us from tho cursn of sin which Is our Just due. Gal. 3:13. they look about upon the As cleansed earth, for there Is no sin present except that of their own hearts, they aro to us a typo of that new life Into which we enter through Peter 3' 20, 21. Jesus Christ, sen A study of covenants and of covenant making ceremonies Is always Intensely Interesting In tho Biblical meaning a covenant Is a compact or agreement between two parties, (1) between God and man, (2) between man nnd man. In this covenant God bestowed the benefit of an assurance, though Noah had had certain conditions Imposed upon him, the fulfilling of which brought him to this place where bo might receive this assurance. God's covenant with Noah was one of eight great covenants, (1) tho one made In Eden, Gen. I:2S; (2) tho Adnmlc. Gen 3: If.; (3) this with Noah, Gen. 8:21. 22; (4) one with Abraham, Gen. 1& IS. (S) that with (6) one with the I Moses, Ex. 19:25. (7) that with Israelites, Oeut. 36:3; David. 2 Sam. 7:16. (8) the new covenant. Ileb. 8:8. The main elements of this covenant are, (a) the removal of the curse, 8:21; (b) the assurance of returning hnrvests and regular sea(c) the promise of an son, 8:22; abundant progeny, 3 1; (d) the domination of animal life, 9 2; (e) provision for food, both flesh and herd, 9: 3; (f) provision tor sacrlflco and worship, 9:1; (g) the safety of human life, 9:E; (h) the administration ot Juatlco, 9:6. God's Promise. Noah's life of obedience before be entered tho ark had elicited God's promise that be would establish a covenant with him, seo Eph. 8:11; and so God today holds before all men the promlae of a new and better covenant Into which they also may enter If they will, Heb. 8:8. Ood haa frequently used this covenant as an , Illustration of his love and his faithfulness towards his people, lis, 6: I 9, 10, and this covenant Included God's ' caro for the beasts as well aa man, ' verses 10, IS, 16, seo also Pa. 3C:6. 6; Jonah 4:11 This Is a good thought to emphasize with the younger pupils. I Je- -' II. Verses As though hovah would mako aasuranco doubly secure, he not only made a covenant but appointed a token, a sign, ot that covenant, whereby the covenant la to bo remembered, read Gen 17:11; Ex. 12:13.2 12; Matt, 2C 2328; I. Cor. . 11 Wo must boware of reading Into this passago any suggestion (hat this Is tho first appearance of a rainbow upon the earth; thero Is no such suggestion In the toxt, but rather God took tho rainbow which was set In the cloud nnd made ot It a token of the covennnt hn hud made with Noah, Whenever wo bohold a rnlnbow we ought to remember that his covenant was not alone to Noah, bu to us, his seed. Tho rainbow was formed of that sumo rain which had produced tho 1 I ' 12-1I m work-produce- J re"' Tr uEi3 t flood. "After the appearance ot an entire rnlnbow, as a rule, no rain ot long duration follows." The rainbow Is proof that tho rain Is partial and that tho sun of God's mercy Is shining, It lights up what had Just been dark and fateful. Rainbows can be seen In all parts of the earth, so Is his mercy all embracing. A rainbow la beautiful and attractive, and so la Jesus the chief among ten thousand and tho ono altogether lovely. An arch Is the strongest form of Masonry construction. February 6, 1913 THE CITIZEN. Page Three. PRESENT DAY Death of Nation's Law Makers Heyburn of Idaho, Taylor of Tenn. csrcc, Rayner of Maryland, Nixon of of Nevada. In tlw House, Anderson Ohio, Ulngham, Hipp nnd 'McIIcnry of I'cnneylvanla, Cornell and Malhy of Now York, Foster of Vermont, Gordon of Tennessee, Hubbard of Iowa, Latta of Nebraska, Ludeslaycr of Now Jcrncy, Madison nnd Mitchell 'if Kansas, Uttor of Riiodo Island, Wade, mcyer of Michigan, and Wlckllffc of town. significance Is tin Of startling lact thot many, In fact most of tlrss deaths, wcro sudden, One noprLB"iita-tlv- i) was burned to death, ono killed Has In nn nutomoblloaccldcnt, ono run over by a rallwny train, another drowned himself. I I DAVID WON A WIFE Encounter With a Burglar Lucky Stroke for Plucky Young Salesman. By AUQU8TUS GOODRICH 8HER- WIN. There was only ono ray of light vis ible about the plant of the Interstate Manufacturing company. That was In a corner of the main office, whero David Harris sat poring over an account book. Onco In a whllo he lifted his eyes and stared dreamily at tho wall. It was not from weariness or distaste far tho extra work ho was doing. It was when the picture of his flnnco, pretty Mary Leo, came floating Into his mind, and the air castles concerning her formed a perfect vista of magical crentlona As to tho extra work, David welcomed that heartily. It meant extra money, and ready cash was a large clement In his prospects Just now. The company employing him did not pay mm HERESY OF CAIN MUST BE OVERCOME minister who recently came THAT prominence becauso of . tlon, who, In making a worthy appeal for aid for superannuated ministers, asked If It would not bo well to shoot them rather than let them live In penury and then answered his question himself by an appeal to certain noted magnates to como to their as slstanco, alleging that If It wore not for tho preachers and religion the orkers would rise up and destroy or tako the big plants of tho country Conditions for human living should bo such that there would lie no Incentive for men to rise up and solxe the possessions of others or to destroy the plants of tho big producers. It tho heresy of Cain were not tho hurcay of tho times there would be no vast labor unrest, no political graft, nono of the mammoth propositions of plunder and violence. It Is almost giving Indorsement to the heresy of Cain to hold that the men who have made big fortunes through this heresy should be called upon to support In their old ago the tho living preachers who proclaim word against It. Tho heresy of Cain I Is one to bo mot by tho lovo of, Jesus. Tho clash of words, (tin rally-tng of class sgatnst class, tho overturning of society by tho forces of, heretical views gave an swer to hit critic that he knew of only ono horesy In these tiroes and that la tho horesy of Cain. "Am I my brother's keeper!" Failure to appreciate and to meet the obligations of brotherhood ho esteems to be tho one heresy of the day In this potl tton b may be contrasted with the editor of a leading religious publlca unrest to tho spirit of tho dlvlno inns! ter, who gavo forth tho beatitudes and the golden rule. The True 8plrlt. to The spirit of one who said these aro things that aro for-olg- Jesus. I bilities thus set forth Is accountable for tho total effects of wrong and oppression In society. This Is the tenet of murder and rapine. It Is the tenet of avarice and envy, It Is the tenut The of lawlessness and Iconoclasm. work or the tiller of the soil Is regarded by the Urd with pleasure, such asl 'ihat with which he viewed the sscrl-0ce of fruits mad to blm by Abel J Tho work of tue newer or wooa anq the drawer of water la looked upon by the Lord with pleasure, because In the sweat of the brow men should eat 'bread while thsy draw with joy water from the wells of salvation. Era of Heresy Passing. What a wonderful rate of progress the world ta making toward the redemption of the earth from sordid-nesand greed! Ths reign of terror In Industrial pursuits la passing. The widened sense of social reign of obligation, ranging from the highest to the lowest. Is at hand. The era of the heresy of Cain Is passing. The M i of the consecration or mankind to Aje only known bond of permanency between them Is arising. "Am 1 my brother's keeper? asks the cynic, and (be words that cover up hla misdeeds are hurled back at him In the pretence of the on who taught his principles to preach that men ahould bear one another's burdens. No one need feel pessimistic. Even the underpaid preacher are coming to their own. It may not be that they ever will be relieved from the condition of their service, the prime condition of poverty of spirit. They will, however, have ths rang of their work widened and the ox that tread-etout the grain will not alwaya be muxtlcd by the men whose hearts should be open to make restitution for absorbed from all that they har others, the lack of which has darkened those other lives. Men of big and little wealth need the gospel ol restitution preached them, for selfishness and greed are vices of degree, and all men have the spirit of Cain until they come under the power of the spirit of Christ. The one great oclal heresy Is being exposed to the light, and It condemnation Is ths light that llghtensth every man coming Into the world. Baltimore Ameris will restore to him fourfold," Is thatj In which men or largo means ahould go about doing good. It Is tho spirit answer the In which they should query of St. Paul, "How can they, hear without a preacher, and how can ho preach unless he bo sent?" The word needs nothing more than testimony to the power of the life that confutes tho articles of greed and that opens the breath of all Ufa In hope and joy to the masses of men. Mil lions under tho Influence of tho practical precepts of business and poll-ticaro asking the question, "Am my brother's keeper?" and tho scepticism with regard to social responsi1 "If I have defrauded any man' Tho C2nd Congress will close Mar. 4th, It has boon In almost continuous secslon since Mar, 4th, 1910, an extra session having boon held and tho two regular sessions. If tho numThe DruJgery ol Farm Life a ber of deaths of members Iff to bo taken as an Indication, tho llfo of Thing ol the Fast. tho nation's law makers Is becoming tha an exceedingly strenuous ono, Vlco President, six Senators nnd Representatives having died ".ur- KEEP THE BOYS AT HOME ng tho llfo of tho Congress; and ono nwny b two. n Representative tho time of his election and tho con Maks Them Industrious, Thoughtful enlng of th J session, and Independent and Thsy Will i A list of tho dead In tho Senate Want to Stay Ths Corn Club Is D.tt nsldo from thu Vlco Pres., Includ 8 Agent In Keeping From ths City, Frye of Maine, Davis of ArkntiH.u, Urmliiiilly tliroimli the oriwnrd tnnrch DR, WM. H. HUBBARD PASSES of the centuries mankind has learned tlint shivery, the buying ami selling of AWAY human dwvtn't pny. Munklliil Held Great Revival In Oerea a Number linn Icarmil Unit tin human being of Years Aro Organized King's mid best unless Id It Regiment. It Is fret1. It must know and feel flint It I toiiNiruetlht; lis own marvelous Iast Wednesday, Dean Hubbard of destiny tho College. Department, wan call d - child doing Tinalmoit meaningless by telegram hl3 bcdsldu chore, the Imy slaving (he hot sum- brother, Key. to thoH.IIubbaid,cf of AuWin, mer day through for tiU father, the girl nt work In the gimleti for tho ben- burn, N. Y. Dean Hubbard arrived in efit of ttn family, nro one anil nil In u tlmo to bo recognized by his broth men mi re t'lixlnvetl. Of iiiume every- before ho died. thing In the child's life cnntiot tie lumle Tho tuncrnl was-IAuburn, wh m ensy mid pleasant, but to force tho Dr. Hubbard Bpcnt his life In helpchild to feel that ho or she Is the phys- ing nil tho pccplc rich nnd poor, ical slave to the family Interest must good and bnd. Ho converted men In hurt and dwarf Its growth. tho penitentiary In Auburn, nnd fill(!o out Into the country when the vu making vegetation ed hs church with actory pooplo who cation siiiishlni Is tremble In Its eagerness to grow nnd found a wnrm welcome, there. He wan chat with Home farmer's sou, a little also tho pastor of hundreds who befellow still In the grades. if you longed to no church. A few ycar3 ago, Dr. Hubbard ritmo should ask him nlxiut the future hp Is almost sure to sny enthusiastically, to Heron, and for tho flrEt time In h!s "I'm coin' to town to work the very llfo, conducted a series of revival first rhntire I get. I'm tired (lend meetings. Many old students, now tired -- of the farm nil right." widely scattered, will remember thosj Why dm-- he say It? Why does he sermons, and how Dr. Hubbard gatherbelieve he will Is? happier In the city t tin n III the country? He says It anil ed tho converts Into tho first Ilerca and gavo each meinli r he has never pit Heglment believes It anything more than his "lionnl an' a regiment button. keep" out of nil the early rising nnd On tho last day, he Invited all the hard work he has known. regiment to tako dinner with him Wherever the Isiy bus had nn oppor- In tho Main dining room Just bofore tunity to grow n crop of his very own train time. Those who snt at his he has shown that he is Iniliiitrlous, his painstaking, thoughtful ami mentally tablo saw tho tears roll down nlert I'mler nucli conditions he Is cheeks as ho locked over that largo a free man. working out his own prolh , rompany, and ncno who heard, will l. ever forget lila tender words of EMANCIPATION slx-to- paf-sin- WILLIAM B. RAYNER t , j BBBBHsHHkliaHBflBBBBm I s , i princely salaries. Practical, old Silas lco, Mary's father, had set the flguro David must earn before ho would consent to a marriage with his daughter. What worried Cavld was that an adranco In salary seemed a long ways off. Worso than that, ho believed old Leo capable, of encouraging tho advances of suitors more desirable In a money way. "Mary loves me, that's sure," soliloquized John, "so I can only keep plugPerhaps a new openging away. ing may come along. Anyhow, I'll go nt tho work with the best that's In mo. Hello!" David was suddenly startled. The door went open with a crash, and Mr. Morse, president of tho company, plunged Into view. He held an open telegram In his hand, and he looked unxlous and flustered. "NoDody here but you," he spoke In a disappointed tone, David fancied. " tN"o, sir, I had some extra work I know all about that: "Yes, yes but where Is Simmons, the head salesman?" asked tho manufacturer. "He started on his vacation this afternoon." Mr. Morso sank into a chair, mopping his brow and acting pretty well hard-fisteo was waiting for daylight and for hit prospective customer to wake up. He sat on the top step of the porch rather drowsily, but figuring out what he would say to Henry, and thinking of Mary. Ho had been there an hour. Suddenly the front door was pushed open. Quite as suddenly a man came out. He carried a bundle done up In a sheet so big that ho could not see over It, ran against David, and before the latter could get out of the way, both tumbled head over heels to the bottom of tho steps, Tho bundle burst open. With a clnU ter, silverware, Jewelry and clothing spread all over the steps. David grabbed nt the man. Tho latter nearly stunned him by kicking out, mado a dive for some near shrubbery,' and disappeared. "What's all that racket?" domanded a stentorian voice, and a man In appeared nt an upper balcony out of a room opening upon It. "Hurglary, I guess," replied David. "I'll be down In a minute," shouted tho man aloft "The mischief!" he added as he reappeared below, "The thief got away," explained David. "You sco, he stumbled over me." "Yes, but how came you to be on my porch at this unearthly hour of the morning?" Inquired tho disturbed house owner suspiciously, "That will bo easy to explain," assured David with a smile. "I am not a trespasser with evil designs." "I should say not!" exclaimed Mr. William Henry. "You've saved me r heap. Hello, all tho silver! My watch and chain! My fur winter overcoat! Why, tho robber must nave been sacking the house for hours." Mr. Henry went Inside tho hallway Two servants and sounded a gong. appeared. He directed tho wonder-stricke- n pair to gather up tho scattered plunder. "You come In," he directed David. "Just wait till I get dressed. You must have something of a story to tell." David was soon rejoined by his host In the library, Into which ho had been ushered. "Now, then," spoko Mr. Henry, "Ict'a hear all about It." Ho looked pretty serious as David described the sudden appearance and wild flight of tho burglar. Then his fat, Jolly face creased Into smiles, and ho chuckled when David explained why he was an early caller. "See here," said Mr. Henry, "you'll stay to breakfnst with me. Then I'va got something to say to you." If David had been drowsy from his long vigil, the encounter with the bur-- I glar had roused him up pretty thoi ougbly. The ample meal to which he was Invited by a most agreeable host encouraged htm In the belief that Mr. Henry fully appreciated his accidental helpfulness in his behalf. "Well," spoke Mr. Henry, when the repast was concluded, "let us got- - 'r down to business." v "Yes, sir," said David expectantly, vf- "You produco that contract, and wo'll Just sign up. If you don't deserve that nnd better for what you've saved me, I'm mistaken. I'd do it, anyway, foro-wel- ' Ho visited and gavo several a ! ngaln last year very Interesting j addresses. All his frlendc fool deep sympathy Uy other's faults wlso men for Hubbard who Is left nlune, rcct their own. tho last of a largo family, IX-nI When United States Senator Isador Rayner of Maryland died the other day It was reported that his son, William B. Rayner, might be appointed to fill out his term, as was done in the case of Senator Elklni, but the exigencies of policies led to the appointment of Wllllrm P. Jackson, Republican national committeeman. cor- - ZIC ' I The Gridiron Burlesquers C A.N RMAM-IPATfll HOY. lem, earning his own money nnd growlng mentally, as any free agent must This Is not a funcy or fine spun theory trying to set nslde the accumulated wisdom Hint the nges lmve striven to Blve us III the renrlug of Mic youth of our land. It Is the experlenco tunt a few short years In the Hoys' Corn clubs has "iTeh us. It has Bhown us that boys, mere lads of toil jeirs. who by George, I smashed It," doubled, hav worked listlessly for their faTho President elect was burlesqued lu fields that produced at best thers forty or fifty bushels of corn to the transformed Into wide acre, can l . Ji 9 awake youngsters producing from 60 to the to 100 bushels of good corn J Th" famous Washington Gridiron ins holding hla first cabinet meeting, nnd calling upon tho different members for theses. An Interesting fea-- J . at Its distinguished turo of tho proceedings was that each Tho President, the President Klcct, of tho cabinet members favored W, Mr. Roosevelt, Col. Hryan, as well J. Bryan, and when tho President as Miss Democracy came In for many asked "Where Is my cabinet?," his i good humored hits. An Interesting 'Secretary replied, "Ho will scon be feature of Oio entertainment was an here." "You mean they,"' said tho animal with a doublo head, ono of President, and for that Blip In grama mooso nnd the cthpr of an elephant, mar ordered his Secretary to read which broke down under Uio combined five extra pages of Homer. weight of "Brother Hill" and "Brother Teddy," Teddy defiantly declaring, A sorrow shared Is a sorrow dividvVhen I couldn't run the dam thing, ed; a pleasure shared is a pleasure Club held Its annual banquet, Saturday night, nnd, as usual, poked fun gin-bisI V"'1 H for I think your business rivals have played a trick on you." David Harris went proudly back to his employer with his big ten thousand dollar order. A raise in salary and position came within a week, a happy marriage within a month, and one of the pleasantest surprises of the event was a wedding present from Mr. William Henry of Acton of tho best piano money could buy. (Copyrlflit, 1911. by W. Q. Chapman.) Chuckled When David Explained Why He Was an Early Caller. ACCOUNTING FOR GRAY HAIRS disgusted. Then he fell to looking Da vld over. Possibly Here Is Explanation of Why Some Men 8eem to Be Prematurely Aged. acre. Let the children Iks freed, not because their labors have been too heavy, but that they may find themselves In a larger and finer manhood and womanhood, that will mnke our country life Into something better than In the past. It ever has U-c- t i $ By JAME5 M'CREA Breeding Tell. An expert In corn Judging was look ing over a county exhibit to select th beat ten earn. Ue had Inspected th display carefully twice, when he hesitates and looked puxzled. Ue started to speak, but stopieil and examined critically two piles of ten earn each which were merely known to him by their tag numbers. At last he touched the two piles and said: "I am going to tmrurd nu opinion. These two piles of corn are Johnson county white, nnd they have been grown from tho same lot of seed corn." Again be Inspected '.he corn In both piles, whllo the few people lu tho room watched '111111 with Increasing Interest lie smiled as he again begun to speak "Yes," he said. "I am absolutely certain of my flint two ptnteuientH, and I am going to make a third. The corn from which both of these exhibits were grown was uot brought from a distance, but was seUvted nnd grown by nu exvort somewhere lu their neigh horhood." Boveml of tli bystanders laughed nt such ii sweeping statement. When the prlr.es had beeli awarded and the note book which held the names and mini can. bera of the exhibits had been consulted It was found that Hie com bail hcuii education. by brothers. The seed had been It Is not so long ago that Illiteracy urowii by their father, who had been a was very common and no disgrace. It grown "f seed com for eight or ten la not ver much longei since scarcely student anybody except the priests could read vears. IK TIIK KAHMKK 18 UNWILLING It was only yesterday that compulsory I'O IIANDl.K KCItllH STOCK OH accepted prac education became the HACK K D II O (1 H UK HA.OII tic tver a large part of civilization SIIOlM.l) ALSO HK UNWILLING TO Rev F. 8. Luther, Knlscopallan GROW KCUUH CORN. Hartford. Conn. d I m 4tWsrS4$ jusi enteringj if a New Era of i T A. We Are a 11 & r I 11 Prosperity 1 mm. I: President of the f; Pennsylvania 1 Railroad "See here," he said finally, "did you ever sell our goods?" "Except to calling customers and through correspondence, no sir," admitted David, rather reluctantly. "Do you think you could?" "I'd try mighty hard, given a chance," replied David, wondering If the "new opening" was coming his It If I thero are facilities storago 18 in their own bins BEATING TO THE RHYTHM OF HAPor in their local PIER TIMES, AND elevators for the WE ARE JUST ENbounteous crops A NEW TERING and I think thero ERA OF PROSPERITY. aro this yeai- anTho problem of other factor in car shortage is removcar Bhortago de- BBBBBBBBBBBBsW. Another imed. pends upon spvor- nl factors. portant factor is First tho thero 18 tho quesOF SHIPability tion of tho PER AND of tho fanners to Tho store their grain. ono can help by When they aro not compelled by financial stress loading promptly nnd tho other by to realize upon it quickly tbcro is unloading promptly. not tho rush that suddenly brings However, regardless of any car an acute situation in car distribu- shortage, OUR NATIONAL tions. FARMERS HAVE NOT PROSPERITY IS ON THE HAD SUCH BUMPER CROFS ROOM and, in my opinion, will continuo for a long period. IN YEARS. CHE PUL8E OF WHOLE - .BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBK CON-SIGNE- E. H is this kind of a wife that makes some men old and gray before their time. "William," she says, after William Is curled snugly up under the blankets for the night, "did you lock the front door?" "Yes," says William briefly. way. "You're sure you did?" "Very well, I'm going to test you out," "Yes, sure." declared Mr. Morse with sudden deter"And you slipped the bolt, toot" "Now, mination. listen carefully. "Yes." You know Borden, our traveling sales"You know you forgot it once, and It man? From the office we worked up a ten thousand dollar order for four ma- gave me such a turn when I found It chines from a Mr. William Henry of out In the morning, I didn't get over U Acton. There were other bids, but for a week. We haven't much that anybody'd want to steal, I know; but our goods seemed to please Henry." "I remember the case," said David. I don't want the little we have taken, "Three days ago Dorden started for for "I tell you I attended to the doors." Acton. The next day we forwarded "Well, I hope so, for goodness sake. to his address at the American hotel there tho specifications and contracts. You attended to the basement doorT "Yes, I tell you." Today we learned that he had gono "Because If you hadn't, you or I, one off on one of bis Irregular bouts. I have Just received a telegram from tho or the other, would have to get up and American hotel, stating that he hall attend to It now. I read today "Don't care what you read!" not shown up there. You know Dorden "It said that a man forgot throws everything to tho winds when "I don't care If be did!" his drinking fit takes blm. I believe "And in the night a burglar walked that some business rival b are In a plot to sidetrack him, and probably have right In "I don't bellevo it." his shut up somewhere, dated or "I'vo a good mind to get up and seo drugged." "That la a pretty bad state of af- If you have locked that door. You're sure?" fairs," suggested David. "How many times have I got to tell "Now for the remedy," Bald Mr. Morse sharply. "The contract Is to you what I did?" "Well, you thought you locked It be let tomorrow morning at ten o'clock. If you think yourself strong that time you left It unlocked." Driven to desperation, tho poor man enough to undertake the Job start out. If you succeed It will mean a crawls out of the warm bed and good deal for you, I can tell you that makes his way down the stairs to see It he locked the basement door, and X train leaves In half an hour." "I shall be a passenger on that when ho comes back the wlfo opens train," said David simply, and put on her eyes long enough to say: "Are you sure that it was not locked bis coat. At five o'clock the next morning Da- when you went down?" Pittsburg vid was camping on tho front porch of Leader. the home of Mr. William Henry. He Unusual. had reached Acton at midnight, had got the forwarded specifications and "lie has a very magnetic personalcontract at the hotel, and bad learned ity." "He has, indeed. Why that ma that Mr. Henry lived at a suburb ten miles out of the city. He bad hired a keeps bis friends even after (hey get taxlcab, had arrived, and now David automobiles." I" of" to" and" Page Four. 0 o THE CITIZEN. FORMER BEREAN, OHIO A February 6, 1913, !ocoooooooooooooooooooooooo SUCCESSFUL! FARMERS' INSTITUTE LOCAL PAGE NEWS FARMER OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOUR-E- S A OIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOWIIWKWUIOIOIDIOIUIDIIIIOIOIOIOI Mrs. W. II. Harris who has hem sick with Ingrlpne Is Improving I have a few valuable hulhllng lots (ad.) for sale, cheap. H. C. Wooif. : Little James William Hncs spending tho week In Illchmond with CITT I'llONK his nunt, Mrs. J. M. Atblll. Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. MI31 Lorn Azblll nnd Harry Gott from Illchmond, who attended the meeting at tho M. K. Church, returnDAN H. BRECK ed home, 'Monday. Fire. Life, Accident, and Live Stock You can get nil your supplies at INSURANCE Dept. ono placo. Phone 23 Welch's Stores, (ad.) Will sign your bond. Richmond, Ky. Mrs. J. M. Azbtll was tho guest ( Phone 505 her sister, Mrs. W. O. Ilnyes on St., who, wo are glnd to Know, Is Improving nicely after a few. weeks Bound, Local North 7:00 a. m. 10:66 p. 'm. of cerlous Illness. Knoxvlllo L03T: I'alr black yarn gloves 3:62 a, m. 1:07 p. m DEUKA .m. "Ab.'iileen made" on wrist clasp. 7M6 6:30 p.m. Cincinnati (ad) Reward. It. II Cowley. South Dound, Local 8:16 p. m, 6:30 a. ni. Dr. and Mrs. Davis entertained Dr. Cincinnati i i ..... i. i 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m, t UEREA 7:00 p. m. 5:60 a. ra. 'tiny until his return homo over ICnoivillo were Train. day. Dr. Davis and Dr. Lock Medical during their No. 32 will stop at Derca to tako schojlmntC3 on passengers for Dayton, O., Ulch- - Course, nnd wero each glad of the school inond, Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Coluin-- 1 first opportunity, slnco their cays, io nave a goou visit. bus, O., and points beyond South Dound. P. L, Nash who has been sick for 8:00 a, m. Cincinnati i. week Is able to be out again. 11:65 a. m. LEItEA POULTRY SHOW No. 33 will stop to take on pas- Por several years Andrew Iton wns a student In Ilerra, one who was ro..octcd and loved. Tho who lu.l no religion nnu who thought ninny religious KX)ple to bo hypocrites that "Andy"' had renl DR. BEST, DENTIST l3 Kb-tl- ll -- ss tho following extract from n letter written It. Lelpslc. Ohio, where he nnd "Jessie' have their homo," "When wo enmo up Inre there wero .cry few Implements or stock on tho farm, but now we havo narly nil the needed or necessary articles, even . Kawiiine cng.no lar pumping our water and we Intend fixing our cream separator and churn to it. Wo do our washing with It too. "Wo havo three heavy work horses, ono colt ono year old next spring. three cows nnd fivo other head ef cattle, also seventeen head of sheep , nf 1o rttncmbor tho ,ifty of nnd thlrty-sl- x head of hogs. , , Wo sold twenty boss ubout . the K EA llrst of Dec. for 20 nnd wo butcher- cd threo for our own use. So you see If you drop In on us, wo will have Kvery tenchor who can do to should home made sugar cured hams. attend tho Loulavlllo meeting of tin "I enjoy the fnrm Immensely nnd Kentucky lMuaitlonnl Association on taking caro of nnd raising Btock Is April 30, May 1, 2 nnd 3. They khould my delight. We believe In feeding tho ' go to think nnd to work. They rhould products to stock nnd returning it to go with tho Idea of getting Mine-th- e land. It makes more money nnd I thins for tho loys nnd glrH of their Increases tho fertility of the rail. I county. They should bring back homo ought to havo taken an agricultural many a thought, nnd many a nun-course at Berea. When I started farm- - Idea and greater inspiration. """ frlcc,,e wl 8'na ' ' Plans (or tho Partners' Institute, which will iKRln next Monday, Kob. 10th, are progressing rapidly. It U thn I111110 nf llin mliltntltrt.1 111 rhit' tm of tl,8 n(I,Uutc ial t wi 1)rm, to ba one of the moat helpful nnd prnctlenl nuttings for farmers ev.r held in this vicinity. ArrntiLTtTionlH hr.i'n bren Hindi! with Prof. 'Montgomery for a demonstra-rea- d ,on of hg 1)al)Cock Mk T,,,.tcr4 A tumm w,( gh l0 ,iayu ,heIr , tested will bo given containers next Monday, nnd on Tuesday a demonstro Hon of milk testing wilt bo given in room 37 In the Industrial Building, A mmln of ,ulk lmniici to ,,rof MonlBOlm.ry tMted at th.U n opiKrtunlty thul tmo TllIg m, f(Wmi.r cn nfford lo llM ro n,50 un(w way fof tho of n ,1Ilm!cr . I,1,on.,rn.ion3 , ro()knR nm, Mw . ,,. . McLaughlin's Extra-QualitCoffees y w, ..,,. McLaughlin's Coffees arc bought by g their own buyers in the countries. Roasted by W. F. McLaughlin C& Co., Chicago, the largest and leading coffee house in the country. McLaughlin's Coffees arc made in various grades 2 5 cents to 40 cents per pound. They arc always McLaughlin quality at, whatever price. coffec-growin- ,, ,,.. M ..,.. HOLLIDAY'S (INC.) For Sale by ,,,, m .:. : The best of everything good to eat is always found at Holiday's Next door to Post Office. : Phono 92. solicited .:. Your Patronage earnestly I ' COLLEGE ITEMS "Mr. II. K. Cartmell, formerly pur now chasing agent for lleren. hut Treasurer of tho Ohio Wmhynn Uni versity of Delaware, writit. of the death of his father lu Akron, Ohio. sengers for Atlanta and points North Bound 4:46 p. m. 1:37 p. m. be-on- d. Tho annual show of tho Madison County Poultry Association Is b?lng held this week at Richmond. It conDKREA tinues till 3 p. m. Saturday so that Cincinnati any wishing to sco tho best poultry In this nnd surrounding States Mill P. G. Muncy and family have re- have an opportunity to do so. turned to Itorea where they expect This poultry show Is conducted on to make their homo. 'Mr. Muncy bus different lines from tho usual custom. In farming tho last Tho Judges will remain at the show lieen engaged five years at Indlanola, 111. Ho Is ' till Its close, to lecture on poultry moving to projwrty on Railroad St., nnd nnswer all questions by visitors owned by John W. Welch. regarding tho relative merits of the Ora Adams lslted at Brush Creek, Dirds on exhibition, gnow is JUUch larger this year Saturday and Sunday. Miss Dooley Welch visited friends than over before, nnd a special nt- traction Is the convention cf the near Richmond last week. today. Association Mr?. Stella Laswell of Brush Creek, Stato poultry visited her mother, Mrs. Nannio Bran- - Some thirty or forty Berea workers nd Btudents arc going this after-Mr- s. naman, here, Sunday and Monday. tok5 "1 vantage of the double visiting ,l00n been M. Coylo sell 16 per cent acid phosphate fertilizer. Every grass seed bought at Welch's is as good as Let us sell you your stoves, your furniture and rugs to Welch's for that buggy guarantee. Aome Remember our iv) llave you bought your plows and gears? the Vulcan and Oliver. We sell Qee us before you buy for we both make money when you trade at J. at , Brassfield weeks. has and Panola for of two attraction. San Diego, Cal., Jan. 31. At San Diego, In 1913, following closely uion ' anen.llnz- the opening of tho Panama Canal, wu w i,9. ill l 4iuniu will bo held "the exposition of oppor- several days In Berea with his many tunlty." Its purpose is to reveal t frienda. tho world tho opportunities for home- John W. Welch was In Ulohtnond, ,..,Mnr nnd nroftthlo investment In Ho reports Monaay, on business. nMon ATcMy af fected by UlQ t mules selling r.t a good price. among construction of tho canal, 1 uave u.lo UnUe(, Statc8 Btan(,a f,rst wh(ch (ad. sale.- -J. W. Coylo. ngi a now Wea M gan made A preced, Mr. Georgo Dick has been expositions have bom Suporintendwt of the Union Sunday , ,ho of I)roducts shovv.nB . dono School. Mr. Burgess who has at results of man s progress. That efflcleiit work for the San Diego will faithful nnd tell tho same fctory, past few years, Introduced Mr. Dick but In a different way. Here tho to hU now duties, Sunday morning, In exposition will bo ono of processes. a very fitting and cordial manner. rather than o products. The visiter Miss Laura Spcnce of Richmond was...., w Rhnwn n, mn . ni In town from .Saturday until Monday. comUi(hed( but how he ha3 nccom. air. i..mo r.uncrj sioppeo over . I)Ushed u the ,)rocesse8 ha8 Berea this weeK on his way to North and tho progression made In developCarolina. ing processes to their present state " Houses will burn. Insure In an old of efficiency. reiiablo Company. H. C. Woolf. (ad.) Mrs. Charles Cylo and children of beLOST: A Ladles' gold watch Bedford, Ind., have been visiting tween Lincoln Hall and Ladles' Hall with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Golden and last Friday evening, the 31st. The other relatives. finder will please return to Mh. Tho members of the Student Volun- Dlnsmore, and receive a liberal reteer Mission band were delightfully ward, (ad.) entertained at tho home of II r. and Wednesday Mrs. Francis Clark last HOLLIOAY ADOPTS NEW SYSTEM Court, Monday, .'t-.-n w Berea's citizens were in Richmond to attend County 10iil a number EXPOSITION OF OPPORTUNITY ' i.n ' wry jc., I I lng here, ono neighbor man said, "Ho will run tho farm Into the ground." When I heard it I did not know who I cald It, but right In his presence told another neighbor that I would mako him take It back If not audibly. In his heart, and recently ho took 1'. back audibly. They thought I was green and knew nothing of farm STATE UNIVERSITY BARRED The Citizen soino weeks ago stat-O- d Lox-lngt- evening. bean Mrs. Luclan Cado who has making an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Bales, returned to her home In Oklahoma last wook. Start tho Welch's New Year right go to and "Save the Difference." (ad.) tho Mr. Win. Duncan Is laying toundatlon for a new house on CheBt-n8L near Mr. T. P. Wyatfs. Thi Methodist revival has closed. Several confessions are reported nnd a number of a'dditlons by letter. ut management, but I had eight years on the farm lu Scotland back of me, and they expressed surprise to see how we wero getting along. "What tho farmer needs more th.m anything else Is a good thorough College course so he can understand and be able to look Into tho business side of farming and run it. "Wo get three farm Journals each week, also a dally and three weekly papers. We havo a mall box by the road-Bid- e we and each day at noon recelvo our dally. I Just now heard tho carrier shut tho box. Of courso we havo tho Citizen every Holliday has adopted the Englo week, which keeps us somewhat in touch with what Is going on at Crodlt system, and gives as his reasons: 1. It makes the dollar go farther. 2. It Is as quick, convenient VAN S nnd reiiablo as cash. 3. You never can bo charged with Miss Beeslo VanWInkle, daughter an article you do not get. of Wesley VanWInkle, near Berea, 4. Your account cannot become was married last week to n young confused with that of any other Mr. Jennings. Mr. Jennings is u son customer. tn 5. It stops mistakes resulting from of Connly Jennings and has been Ho Illinois for the past two years. tho addition ol figures. is engaged lu rallioadlug. Tho wedG. You never havo to sav "charco ding took placo In Illchmond, tho couIt." ple taking the first train for Illinois. Call and boo It work. WINKLE-JENNING- that tho State University nt had bun readmitted Into tho I Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association. The impression Dtnn U have been that they would lie represented in the stato meet, which Is to bo held at Georgetown this year, j Such Is not tho case. The Stato University Is still suspended from the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Association, and will not bo represented nt tho state track meet, which will bo held this year on tho 14th day uf May at Georgetown. Those entered for this iue.;t are Transylvania, Georgetown, Central and Berea. BASKET BALL Tho third of tho winter cerles of basketball games took placo In the gymnasium, Monday afternoon, between tho teams representing tho College and Normal Depts. This game llko tho others was very closely contested, and full of Interest from start to finish. At the end of tho first half, tho score was a tic. In tho second half tho College men gradually forged ahead, and at tho clcso of tho gnmo Uio score stood "5 Tho to 10 In favor of tho college. basketball results so far aro as follows: Academy won one, lost nono, Collego won one, 103t cue. Normal won one, lost one. Vocational won none, lost one. Chns. S. Knight gave u very Interesting lecturo to Urn United the Chapel, Tuesday morning, on Forming of Habits. A Lorain, Ohio, paper ghrs nn nc count of tho groat work which llulph 1'aton, a former graduate of Berea, U doing with the beys lu his scho-'l- s f He Is irlt.rlml In Lorain. one of tho dlstrlctH, nm! It doing iKiy scout work. Donald Kd wards, who has boen i.t during tho full Mland University semeatcr, hns returned to Derra to enter tho fourth yetir Academy rliiis. The Alpha Zitn Library Socltty met nt Mr. Ogg's Uik other if and had n picture nmi! this year's members. Mr. Warren Spcncr of Manchester. Ohio, entered bchcol this we'k, in tlw Academy department. Mr. D. 11. Daley, n former Berea htudent, writes from f.ir, South Floyd St., lyoulsvllle, Ky., where he Is now residing. Mr. Daly may be back In school next year Treasurer Osborne wmt to Illchmond, Tuesday, on business for the College, and vin also one of the th toinmlttiv who apjwxired fiscal court to ictltlon for an appropriation for tho repair of the Big Hill I'lkc. MNi Smith, tho President's who bna bwn at her homo In some Ohio, whero she wns called three weeks ngo owing to tho sudden death of her sister, has returned to her work In the President's office. Miss Jean Cameron had her Bun day School clasH as her guests rt the muslcale Sunday night. "Mss Francis Schulu. n student here from '99 to '01 was married January IUh to Harvey K. Meyer. They will 1m at homo at Carlisle, Pa., after tho 13th of February Mr Udwln Keo led Chapel exerciss In the Foundation Schools, Wednesday morning, nnel delighted the stu nenu with an Intere'stlng talk on tho early history of Berea. Senator Honeh of Wt. Vernon, O.. a friend of Prof. Edwards. Prof, Mu theny and Mr Dwight Scoles, visited In Borea, Tuesday. He. Ono of the series of afternoon teas was given to tho lady inemlwrH .Mrs. of tho Convocation, Mouda). Hubbard givo a reading of by Itaynrd Taylor, which she Illuscards, and which trated with was greatly rn Joyed. Mrs. Anna Krnberg went to Danville last wosk, where sho gavo n lecture on Fireside Industrie. Mr Vorno Taylor of Columbus, 0., stuIn visiting friends nmoug the dents this week. Mies Nancy Meyers of this year'H Senior rhiss sjn'iit Saturday nnd Sunday with hnr parents ut Illchmond. Tho Misses Hazel Con well nnd Lucy Smith entertained tho Senior Class of tho Acdaemy, Monday evening, at tho home of Prof. Itumold. Prof, and Mrs. Mntheny wero also prwnt. Mr. F. O. Bowmnn, assistant In Tho Cltlz'ti Office, lias boon quite 111 with grippe nt tho Hcspltal for tho IM few days. Ills brothers, George and J. O , the ono with typhoid nnd the other with grlpix", are also there. "I-ar- ict n XTe-tar- y PURE, SWEET LARD nccccsary articles for the baker. No substitute can take its place in making a tender is one of the Flaky Pic Crust or Pastry by the use of frcsli lard. Hut "null" said." We have the kind you want for sale at right prices, arc also handling four of the leading branils ol Kentucky Hour Palace Meat Market and Grocery U. B. ROBERTS, Proprietor. Phone 37 Coyle Building. Mln St. MONEY SAVED is MONEY MADE Buy now and make money All men's suits and overcoats, ladies' long coats, suits and skirts and everything in heavy goods will be sold at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES for a few more days. We need the room for spring goods, therefore we are willing to sacrifice more than our profit. : : : (ad.) fqrTale" strain, Buff Orpington Roosters, splendid 91.00 each. Call on or 'phone A. F. Scruggs, Berea, Ivy. (Bhone 83) FOR BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE Gate-line The SALE A COMPLETE LINE Mowing Machiaes, Fanning Implements, Hardware, Paints, Oil Stoves, and Groceries and Racket Store Very Contor 700 If noxt 30 doslrablo house nnd lot on St. Must bo sold. Will tako purchase Is mado within tho days. (ad.) B. Coddlngton. JACK ANO STALLION PricesRight J fl CLARKST0N GivcUn aCall MAIN STREET, near Bonk TELEPHONE NO. 40 CALLS salo, or exchange for other stock. Good Black Jack 15 bands, and 5 years old; also Black Porcheron Stallion, C yearo old, both good breeders. Will not let out on shares. Address J. W, Herndon, Berea, Ky. For 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 lota. HAYES BEREA, "ftfe Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY February 6. 1913. NEW PASTOR PREACHES Tho pulpit ol tlio IlaptlHt Churcti lust Hnnday wih fliippllcd by ltov. I call-o- (i H. Jacob", wliom tho church Iibh llo prcachr-- nn to x) Its iwMor. nl.lo and liitcrrntlng sermon which on all (nlled forth coniinndatlon hides. Tho hoiiuo was well filled, n Inrgo proKrtlmi of tho conKrcKntlon ItoInK umilo up, h usual In ft town, of oung people, nnil Mr. Jacobus took occhbIoii to ay that thi g midland was a rrinnrknblo mid Insplr-lutho ncrnicn tho trras-nron". of tho church niailo tho Unti'iiv'iit that tho former pastor, who left lleroa last week, Tuesday, was paid In full and that tho church was prnctlcally out of debt. col-IcIk-foror THE CITIZEN JOHN S. MOSBY. Payc i ivc Distinguished Authors of Kentucky Former Kcntncklana living In New i Hall, author of Aunt Jano ot KenYork nro to glvo a banquet to tho tucky, Mary Andrews, author of tlio noted authors of Kentucky on tho Perfect Tribute, Allco Hcgan Illco, evening of tho Anniversary of J.In- author of Mrs. Wlggs of tho Cnhbago j Patch, coin's birthday, February 12th. "Mrs. Ann Crawford Floxncr, who dramatized Mrs. Wlggs and who Tho nnmfH of nomo of thoso Invited wroto somo other plays, Funny will bo a reminder to a great many author of tho Lady of the In of Kcntucklan? tho distinction Decoration, Elizabeth Itobblns, author literary linen reached by somo of of tho Open Question, etc., Mario many of whom their Thompson Davlces, author of the their,! nro lwtler known outnldo of Meltla of "Molly, said to bo tho best homo stnto than by thoue who nro Heller among recent books, Miss Elreally their nelghbora. len Scmple, author of books on Tho list IncluiUa such names an and goographlcal Gen. Hasll Duke, Jas. Lano Allen, Jno.1 litornturo, Mrs, Geo Madden Martin, ' Fox, Jr., Joseph A. Atshcler, author tho creator of Emmy Lou, W. J. of hlutorlcnl novels, Madison Cawcln, j Ijimpton, tho rhyming humorist, and distinguished na n poet, trvln Cobb, r. John Wilson Townsend, literal y hishumorous writer, Mra. Eliza Calvert torian. Mac-aulc- y, fellow-cltlzcns, ' ! WATCH ENGLE'S BIG SALE We arc going to 2000 pairs of shoe3 below cost. 250 suits at one half price. Groceries at a bargain, in fact everything in stock. sell out. THE SALE IS NOW ON K. J. and CHESTER. ENGLE Wednesday, and died before rclb'f could reach him. Ho got up at night claiming that ho was sick, and went Into an adjoining room to get somo inedlclno. Jaconua Iirb had micccsnful New In sovural towiiB of York and rcuiuylvanla. llo comin to Heroa from Kulrport, N. V. llo and Mm. Jacohua uro BtopliiK with their lie. C. 9. KnlRht, with whom thoy will make their homo for Mr Col, federate raiders, Washington, Motby, famoua leader of Is terlouily ConIII In THE CONCERT Dr. Cowly pave a dinner nt l!oono Tavern, Friday evening, In honor of Dr. Itudolph, an old Col I ego friend who la vlHitlnq him, and Dr. J. K. Lock of tho Hockrfcilcr ComiiiIkhIoii, who h conducting tho cnmpalpn in Keren. ThoHo at thu tnbo with the Doctor A vacant mind Is an Invitation to wero Treasurer Osborne, I'rofH, Ilalne, vloo. "Marsh and Smith, Secretary MorThou earnest not to thy place by ton, Mr. Taylor, Drs. Davis and Cow-le- y accident; It la tho very plaru Cod and Mr. Faulkner, Kdltor of The meant for tlioe. Trctirh. Citizen. A very pleasant hour was siient around tho tnblc. Huti-tu- Is to be con Kratulated on KocurliiK a man of Mr. .IiieobiiB' ability and I'lirni'Stnota to tako tbo placa of tho retlrlim pastor without an Interval of a slnglo a and It U (c bo IioihmI that laloa of prosiicrly mid imif ulr.i bh arc tho prnviit. Tho llaptht church The most delightful and at the DINNER TO VISITING DOCTORS Mima tlmo tho most classical musical treat by a llcrea audlcnco over enjoyed camo as a surprise on Saturday even- Ing last. The participants In the program were "Mr. Jules Falk, a violinist tho of International fame, late of school of Ysaye, Mr. Arthur Fischer, piano soloist, an American product of national repute, and Wr. Malcolm a rainfall, Maynlor, n most accomplished accomPOISONED HY MISTAKE panist. Tho program rendered consistJames Arbuckle, a fancy livestock ed of many numbers from the followdealsr of Madison County, took caring famous composers: through mistake bolic acid last llnu.lt. Mntwlnlausiliti fMmtil.i l'n... ...... t ..t I, ..!... II,... II , JJIlll'IBUVI I, Ull'IU, UUUtlJ, J tlfiLiszt, Shubcrt-W-helmMISS ESTHER FOOTE Tschnlkowsky nnd Wlenlaws-k- l. e, ' -y, tcnieraturo reached was CC dsgrcca on the 20th, whllo tho lowest was 1!) on tho !tth, tb.3 mean temperature for tho month being 42, which waa S.C degrees nbovo tho normal. Sonic rain and snow fell twenty days of tho thirty-ontho total precipitation being 10.:i. inches or 6.C2 Inches nbovo tho normal. On ono day, the llth, 3.r,0 IncliPR of water fell. January 1 809 wan warmer by 2 degrees, and January 1887 had ns great Arlington Cemetery on tho bank of tho Potomac from Washington, near tho Loo Mansion. Tho. design and location wero approved by Congress last week. Tho shaft, It Is said, will bo tho finest ever UNITED STATESTEWS erected. Tho bill providing for tho Continued from I lnt I'age expenditure, la yet to bo signed by tatlcn ot tho Presidency to ono term tho President. of alt years. Tlio resolution pas3:d What need of a marblo monument to by a voto of 47 to 23. It It should pcrpctuato tho name of Lincoln? It ass the House, also, tho first step would bo more In keeping with his toward an amendment to tho Constispirit to Bpcnd any surplus revenue tution to that effect will have Iwn that wo havo In an effort to benefit taken. humanity. TAKES CORN GROWERS PRIZE At tho National Corn exhibition In 60 YEARS' Columbia, S. C, last week, Charha EXPERIENCE Short of CrcenBburg, Ir.d., was awarded tho grand sweepstakes trophy cup for growing tho best ten tars of corn. Tho cup Is valued at ono thousand dollars. TRADE MARKS A lew days later Alabama won the Designs bronzo bust of tho lato Dr. Z. A. COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone ending a nkfUh and riacrlptlnn nay ICnapp for the best exhibit of corn qnteklr urertnlu our opinion fr whether ao Intention t ( tmitmfolf p itenlnhlfl. Co mm tin m and canned products from boys anil vr ent f re. OMeit eifmtey for nccurmfr patenia. girls clubs. ratetiU taktn tbruuah Alunn A Coreceli tho I APPROVED GOOD DEMONSTRATION . That was an Interesting demonstration at Holllday'B store, Saturday a doublu demonstration. Ah udvertln-In Too Citizen, Mr. tlonavila of Chicago, with un assistant, wns on hand tiling ire not rlinp. Clilnran Proverb. AND 8EA80NA-OL- E icoo.1 HELPFUL HINTS RECIPE8. When Btralnln fruit for Icily. If It In first put through tho colander, then only the Julcn need txi put In tho bag. Often tho pulp may be used for marmalade. A chilled banana, with ono sldn of tho skin removed nnd eaten with a tenioon. Is a good beginning for Veal Chopi With Soublse 8uce. Wlpo six loin chops nnd put In a atcw pnn with one-halan onion, elRht slices of carrot, two stalk of celery, a half teaipoonrul of pepper corns, four cloves, two tableapoonfuls of butter; cover with boiling water and cook until tender. Drain, dip In egg. sprlnklo THE WINTER LYCEUM'COURSE with salt and pepper, dip In flour and fry In deep fat. Surround with boiled The Winter Lyceum Course will macaroni to which has been added tho consist of thrtM numbers Insttad of following sauce: Cook two cupfuls of four as has been thu custom In the onions until tender, put through a past, but tho character ot tho ensieve nnd add to a white sauce niado o high that more Is of chicken stock thickened with two tertainments Is for three than has ev-jtableapoonfuls each of butter and being been 8oiit for four In tho past. The flour, then add a half cup of cream. Heidelberg Cabbage. Try out two members; of tho commltteo havo learntho slices of bacon cut In dice, add a head ed from past experience that of shredded cabbage, halt a cup of peojdu of Korea appreclato tho IIEST, vinegar, a teaspoonful of minced onion and r.s a result the aim has been to and pepper; simmer under cover for get it regardksa of cost. two hours. Add as llttlo water as tho Gamble ConOn February- to keep from burning. cert Party makes Its third appearance A pear salad covered with a cream llcrea audience. The erson-e- l dressing and garnished with strips of before a party la tho same aa when ot the pepper Is a very attractive salad. red last here, bclrirf niado up of Ernest Apple and pineapple preserve Is very good and can hardly bo told from all Camble, whoso fine personality and pineapple. Use three pounds of ap- superb volco mako him tho delight and equal or nil lovers of tho human voice; ple to one of pineapple, weight of sugar. Verna lxotia Pago who fascinates .jo Tcara as a salad may be garnished nioro by her dellcato, though masterwith a. few preserved or spiced cher- ly handling ot tho violin, than by ries. Tho color and combination of her wlnsomo manner; and Edward or are both acceptable. Shouts, a Pianist of such ability that lea Cakes. Cook a cupful of rice. all who heard him In tho past will When cold, add two cups of milk, the look forward to his coming with beaten yolka of four eggs and flour to eager antidilution. make a stiff batter. Add a tablespoon-fu- l Th'j aecond number comes a weok ot melted butter, a tcaspoonful of of after tho Gambles, and In Mr. Leland soda, two teaspoonfuls ot cream tartar and a pinch of salt Heat tho Power, Heron i making tho acquaintwhites of tho eggs very stiff and fold ance of a man who stands at the head of hlc profession, 'Mr. Powers In last Hako on a hot grlddlo. has for years boon tho head of tho Powers School ot expression, Doston, and to have It said of any ono that ho was "Almost ns good aa Powers" was all that could bo said. Ho gives FOR SALE David Copprfleld which Is his muster piece. one Ono Essex Model Incubator, d For tho third number Cnpt. hundred and twenty egg slzo. W. A. Plerson Kobson la engaged. Ho (ad ) gives his great lecturo, Tho Todd. for the Illesslngs of IndusFARM FOR SALE trial Liberty, and nil who wero captivated by hia lorco of reason and of expression when hero 80 acres of luud on Richmond mid clmiucncu Kingston pike, 2 miles from Herra, two years ago will await tho arrival for ealo. 8, room dwelling, good well of March 15th with tho kocncbt anorchard and all neceasary out houses. ticipation. And tho prlco for a season ticket Wrlto, Ktlhu lllcknell. for ALL OF THESE la but CO cents. Ilcrca, Ky., n. K. D. No. 1. f breakfast. McLaughlin a ci ffe s, (lemoi'Btratlug of which tho llolllday store la tho agent In llcrea. And It was a i solo I demonstration alio of tho extent to Tho Citizen is read In lleren I which and lclnlty. for announcement-- - was niado in Its columns of Mr. Uoimvlta'n various coming, of tho fact that th brands of tho eoffco would be on disbo play and tho beverngo might tested free, of charge, Tho store, always a busy place, was crowded during most of the day. many hundreds of peoplo being fccrv-t- d wuh tlio delicious coffin nnd waters, and alio bring made nctiualnted with tho delightful repreocntntlve of tho company. IIiom) who uso coffeo certainly know now where they (nn get a good quality. Tlirniinli tlm 1:1 ml an I'lritsut Inn rtf 1)1. Normal Crabbc, of tho Richmond School, whore they played on Tues- day evening, tho artists wero brought In touch with Prof. Lewis, Iho chnlrr man of our Lyceum course. The only .ivallablo evening was Saturday Mid although wo have been crowded with thu rich things of life since thu opening of tho year, still tho Faculty felt that wo should grasp this rare oppor tunlty, which could not have been ' , Th'j Oregon Legislature has notified tho Stato Department of Its ot tho proposed constitutional amendment providing for the direct election of Senators. Oregon Is tho tenth stnto to certify Its approval. CASTRO ENTERS Although debarred by tho Immigration officials and held at Ellis Island Casfor nearly a month, tro of Venezuela was released on ball, Friday, and allowed to enter the United States. 1113 release was tho result of habeas corpus proceedings. Gen. Castro was very much elated at his success In tho proceedings and was effusive lu his remarks about tho liberty of thin great country. He thinks that the statue of liberty chould stand at tho cntranco of the Panama Canal Indeed of New York Harbor, and snyc that the Canal should not be fortified. MORE ABOUT THE CABINET Newspaper reports from Miami, 0 of conferences held there between V. J. Hryati and Democratic leadcis, at tlio cud of tho week were to tho effect that tho cabinet of the naw administration has been agreed upon, and that Mr. Bryan Is to bo tho Premier or Secretary of State. On UY TEN STATES tttciai notice, without chume, mtue A handaomelr UlnttrktM wrefclr. Jjireeit circulation of rmt rHentlfJn iMirtml. Terms. 13 m reir: fmirmoniba,L tioKlbjrall rtewidralem. scientific JHwCiican. cz& New York MUNN&Co.!'" nrancnumce, r pl, vrasniDKion. u.i , ours under ordinary circumstances. to- Tho nrlous societies cordially operated nnd tho trio wero greeted with tho largest audience for a like occasion over seen In Uerca. Upon their arrival ut Iloono Tuvorn, Mr. Taylor discovered '.Mr. Falk to bo a Philadelphia friend of twenty years standing, but whom he hud lost sight of during his long period of study In Europe. When Mr. Taylor first Ills business career, ho boarded nn a ioor boy on Seventh Street near lireen, near tho ono time homo of Edgar Allen Poo. As an avocation ho look up tho study of tho organ and tften In tho evening, his only tlmo lor practice, as ho sat playing In tho llttlo parlor, he could look across tho street and sej young Falk, then In knee breeches, pacing tho lloor for hours with his favorite violin. After sovornl years of unremitting Mr. toll of five or six hours dally, Falk gained tho cnvlnblo position of first violin In tho Philadelphia orchestra. Not being satisfied wlUi h.s 'jo success, no tlien went ahroaU study with Ysaye, and later with Sevclk, tho distinguished pedagogue. "So greatly impressed was Scvcik" (to quote from the London corresion- dent of tho Musical Courier) "with tho genius of the young vlollnlfct that, through tho last months ot his study In Prague, ho received the gift of u daily lesson." SInco then his career has been n Eorlca of triumphs. Leaving Prague, whero his farewell concert waa hail ed ns ono of tho musical events of tho season, tho young musician gavo a number of concerts In London. Tho programs wero of such a high ordur and so successfully executed that his reputation waa established as a virtuoso of tho first rank. Then came tho concert of Marlcnbad before tho lato King Edward. What Julea Talk haa achloved by his Intcnso energy, artistic enthusiasm and Ideals, rare magnetism and unremitting study. Is made manifest in tho extraordinary Interest aroused during his past two Amoricun tours. Mr. Fischer's work at tho piano wns exceedingly creditable. Ills great display of technique showed Itself In tho Concerto lu E minor by Mendelssohn and tho Hungarian Rhapbodlo No. 8 of Liszt. Mr. 'Maynlcr, tho accompanist, won tho hearts of tho audlonco In his tonal effects, In fact, each artist seemed to bo tho complement of the other and all present considered tho concert ono ot tho greatest treats of llfo. On Sunday morning at tho Union Church they rendered tho beautiful r, Avo Maria, Mr. Falk, violin, Mr. piano, cud 'Mr. Maynier at tho pedal organ. Thoy left hero for Pittsburg, Pa., for their noxt engagement and thenco to Pensacola, Fla. bo-gi- in Fls-chc- , i EVERYTHING IN RUBBER GOODS you could expect in a first class drug n store is here. And you'll jjndithe" quality of every article from hot'watef bair to nipple for baby's bottle as 'high as the price is really low. We do not handle rubber goods mat are too cheap to be worth anything. I s.nt Miss Either Foote Is one of the tho following day, however, tho Presicharming debutantes of this season In dent elect denied again that deflnlto army circles In Washington. She Is selections havo been made. the daeghter of Col. and Mrs. Stephen LINCOLN MONUMENT M. Foote. A marble shaft Is to bo erected n BEREA DRUG CO. REXALL STORE Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention. pos-slbl- a SEE THIS! A Traveling Agricultural Display foot railroad car specially designed and decorated to exhibit A seventy-fiv- e products of the Great and Fertile Northwest. Prepared and sent out by the Northern Pacific Railway to SHOW YOU what is being raised by prosperous farmers and fruit growers in the rich states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon. In this car you will see what you could do if you were located along the Scenic Highway in The Land of Fortune. " You could farm by intensive methods on irrigated land, or you could land. You could raise fruit, vegetables, poultry and dairy products, on making money and enjoying life just as thousands of people are doing out in this marvelous country. This Exhibit Car, which you are cordially invited to inspect, will be at "dry-farmd Itlch-lneu- L. & N. DEPOT, BEREA, KY. Wednesday, February 12, 1:30 p. m. to 8 p. m. Thursday, February 13, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Friday, February 14, 8. a. m. to 1 p. m. World-Strugg- lo Come and See It ADMISSION FREE Tell Your Friends If you cannot visit the car, 'write to us and tell us what state or section you are interested in. We will gladly send free illustrated booklet to your home address. WHITTLE - WHITTLE - WHITTLE or What is more Joyful tlian to sit on a fence anil with a sliarp jack knife whittle on a stick of wood? You can pass a few odd moments that IN OUR OWN STATE and they may be profitable ones, too; lor countless things can he way Continued from PirX PRt a shingle. made with a pocket knife and of tho Lexington Weather Uureau, was ve Store, tho wettest rnd warmest January for Buy a Thomaston Knife at tb a gonorntlon or moro. Tho highest of any store be sure it is a Thomaston. Co-operati- RAILWAY NORTHERN DACIFIC IV Land of Fortune Through the M. L.J. BRICKER, Gen'l Immigration Agent, St. Paul, Minn. A. M. CLELAND, Gen'l Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn. If i.it. TtJI? PITI v tJKl - .mcnt no matter where It led me. th farther Into the pine forests and out "Art all the plantations about mortgaged?" I asked, "Mostly." he said. "1 know my plan, tatlon Is. and heavily, too, but root of the planter don't like to acknowledge It Old Hill Ilolllna vowed hla waso't for ton year, nnd then one day a low looking nliout like you came up and closed him out lie was so aahara. cd at being caucht In a llo that ha moved out of the county nnd has never been back since." "I sincerely hope, air, that your frankness In the matter may be ro-warded by an Indennlto delay In the foreclosure proceeding. I aniii. uccp-wity louche! at the honest avowal of tho old gentleman, wno, i saw, icu mum nn ihr. .ni.ini i tin ii ho won III havo liked me to think. I ho aald; "1 can't I don't know." tell. Up to ttili time Hud hna been able to meet tho Interest regularly. and a long a he doe that I supposo , wo have lltllo to fear." fel-an- d February 6, 1913. D0TM SIDES, rw hr telling I had Intended aome kinship. blm that the families had never met and thnt In all probability the Ken tucky rainier would not know of me. but I did not finish my eiplaniitinn. tor ,......., h. soon as i nciiiiun--i- a nrmiy and hhhi. crnxiicil iiiv liiitnl i i. in. .ntt "Then. sir. yo i i nn make Through the .lne I velvety a esB at home In my Imiwe as long as ,m occasionally of state- glln.p-.ecaught care to. for there ere neve r l oll ner ly old rcsldeures. with their gardens fellow tliim JIiohc Ii ilmer 1k). eeu unkempt and the weed growing In Yankee army iur- If they did Join wild nrofuslon. Where tho fences had Ing the war. I lell you. sir. i ira fallen they hnd been left to decay, but proud nnd happy to entertain one ot Copyright. 1905. by J, B. Llpplneott company. All rights r.t.rv.d.1. the fields were plowed nnd showtd their blood nt the Pine. And now. at a cost of great tlgns of cultivation CHAPTER II. Jefferson, drlre fast, for we must let labor. A Qu.tt at th. Pin... know we have n gnent." W. BUTT. TRIBUTE TO MAJOR ARCHIBALD TOUCHING PRESIDENT TAFT'S I asked We stopped at several stations, and what nc- .Miss i:ilcn The Pine was n distance of sumo were to bo had around each there waa an nlr of happy mlHUry .Id. Aft.r It five miles from the town limits. Major Archibald W. Butt was on. of tho h.roi. ol tho Tlt.n.c Ho was Protld.nt T.ff. on. of th. Indolence that lent a charm to the dl EltESnXTI.Y In hit .y.. and faltering voic. mad. him th. j .ubjaa M.JoV Butt', do.th th.'pr..ld.nt. with appropriately named, fur nfler wo wooden sheds which stood mighty poor, wns hla manhood, hit courago. hi. loyalty, ma lanldated iwor, moil ht.rtf.lt .ulogio. .v.r pronouncod ovor a gallant m.n. praioing entered the grounds we passed Into u for depots, nnd In front of these there . if you slay in tho town. -- I e.nnot go Into cannot turn primeval forest of tall and stalely bo .1 a th.altr, i - ..Id th. prealdant. seen some anttquaiIn the was always to he nr,, cinK to te long know Archl. a. 'Archi..' t.ut , WM veil In hi. .miling faea or to h.ar hi. eh.orfui woioa without oxp.ct.ng to room, I e.nnot g. .nyv-h.r- . around in my ed wagon or carryall. These lutter Tcinty you might get iiiruful with him com. much ol..or In or..t ng Th. lit. of tho pr..,d.nt It r.th.r ..ol.t.d, .nd tho.. .ppoint.d to liv. were invariably linen wnn nan Kruwu jj.. farmhouses outs ldo of tho town. cadence In the branches, different from any on. ol.o. Tho bond I. v.ry do... .nd it I. difficult to .p..k on .ueh an occ.ion. humor light, to boys nnd girls laughing anil chattering j ,mI,,(.d him and then explained -- Arahll timpl.. .tr.ightforw.rd .nd inc.p.bl. of Intrlgu.. A el.ar a.n..of whan song we hear In the northern for BuU't char.ct.r ... tolditr. .nd. h. waa ,vrlter nnd that 1 was the like a lot of magpies ns the train pull- - lhnf lif. and tho.. about him. L.f. w.t not for h.m a troubl.d problem. H.nov.r akn.w a m.n who had The ground wns cowreii witn est appointed to ..rv. und.r .noth.r. to that oth.r h. r.nd.r.d implicit loyalty. I ed up They were there presumably for a story. ciiec'i,,,. notorial pine straw, and It might have to get the mall, but n I thought more I ... 1mh,i.v- 1... said, showing great In- - falling o much ..If a.erifie., a. Archi. Butt. much t.lf .bn.g.tion. there and iingnthcred for geh -".n. II m tWost h.m horoo. likely to exchange bit of gossip nnd Occa.ion. I,k. th. .inking of th. Tlt.nio fr.qu.ntly d.v. op unfor....n to h.lp thot. .bout him a. It waa erest nt nre aM carefully scanning cratlous. so thickly did It neeni to lie. . ju.t n.tur.l for him ' you don't oxp.ct It But with Archi. it wns "going on" down wh.n to find out what ny fnci, through his sivctncles. ono for me. Wo eros-c- d n brunch o'er which there for him to atk m. to p.rmit him to do tom.thing for torn, waa .v.rywh.r.. He ..yes mi.swered, which was tho the rond I gae myself up to listen-laayaa a void with tho.e who loved had liccii hull! an old stone bridge, "He w.t on th. d.ck of th. Tit.nic ox.ctly what h. 1 my-found Ing to their chatter, nnd te.ra fill th. .re. .nd the tnl,, , ,,nsti for j nn,i suddenly con now covered with vine would h.v. had. and. him. but the eireum.tance. of hie going are all thatof self wondering as the train would start ccvt.,i tin.. Iden of collecting dutn for wh.t voic. it chok.d, w. ar. f.lieitat.d by th. m.mory di.play.d h. waa.lit.rary ability. Th. b.tt of hit .tori. It -- B.th "That. sir. wns liullt as a memorial ngaln on Us slow Journey how many a uovc, r n here ele. I thought. to General Oglethorpe." said my old B.for. .ntorlng upon milit.r, life M.Jor Butt of love high and war. of these bright and Innocent face couij hv hotter characters nnd host, seeing my curiosity, for tho of the Shield." a .pl.ndidly written rom.nc. 8ld. there would lie at the next stntlon to Bet.t.rT t li:i tight here? My nged all pnqsirtloit to tbo greet us. It would Indeed take some romnnnloti lookisl thoughtful for a 1110 bridge was out of l size of the stream, "When the I thought, to get a proper estl- tlcll H.,,. nm mentally he wns n giant I was out- Wltb feverish Uiiste I mnde ready for time. CHAPTER I. aUI his iiieiuornhle visit to tills refer-- I people, whose clothes Packing up a few mate ot these wardly calm, hut my heart wan beat- my depart lire. nsi f you have any The City Editor'. As.lgnm.nt place it was right there, sir. that he would Indicate tbat they belonged to en(:vlt or ir 01I ,now anybody In these t will ttart forth. ing a tattoo Inilde. for there were few things ami putting my writing matea small flask lit. PA IM ou drew from tils toulli tomorrow and write a ae- of us who did not fear to Htnnd before rials tir my grip where I could tbe the farming nnd laboring classes, but part87' and after offering my grnmltaiher a rie, of letters on the educational him unless very sure of the ground on more easily get at them. started for whose conversation, accent and gram- j 1 mentioned several ersous within Yon must tisik one himself. and social conditions existing In father hnd known. dram sir. that the great irtillanthroplst uoll, sold, however. In a what I still looked upou as tbe ene- , mutlral phrasing would lead one to be- tj10 Hntu that section. Avoid the cltle. and which we stood, lleve they represented n class better nnj M.,icd to satisfy him, for know.supKsed to ! a teetotaler and businesslike way. ns If such as"lgn my's country. beaten tracks and let your pic was ture, be drawn from Ufa. Thli will be an ments were dally occurrence to me: As I sped south the ixisslbllltles of a educated and with more culture than uc ConiiniHsl. certainly never took a drink In the order on the bualness oHlce for what mon- - . "1 have come to see you about this brilliant future uroso before me. When one Is likely to discover In such out of j0 cccpt my ..f yOI nrt, o( ,n, presence of any of bis colonists for ' ey you may need. 1 reached llaltlinore 1 looked down ' tho wny counties as thoso through hospitality wo will be glad to put you fear of setting them a bad example. Such were the orders I found one i assignment sir." up nm t what we have with from the window of the car and re which we were now passing. "What nsslpnment?" he nsked. Thnt little act show as nothing eisu morning on my desk In the city edl Hy degrees the few passengers who y0U 1 Bm.j, tud would enjoy your could the great confidence and esteem called the scenes enacted there, when tor's room of a well knowu lloston ' "I'or me to go south tomorrow," y's n, i:ileti and my father wns ouo of those stoned had taken this train got off. and to- company. In which he held my worthy progeninewspaper. Of the labor Involved In answered Wee y0 know would make you tor." on their way to the defense of ward the end of the Journey there wns such an assignment 1 wns Ignorant ) "Oh. you are Palmer, are you?" he while no one In the conch but n venerable Wcc0me." throtigh their country. The day grew rapidly I was nnxloiis to hear more of this and saw only a ptcasant trip In that said, calmly looking me over looking old gentleman nud tnyseir. no would bo a great convenience to Washpart of my country In which I had "his spectacles. "I thought you were on, and ns the train pulled Into rapltol. wore n long trocK com anu an 0111 me," I said and thanked him, "for 1 episode, but feared to get the colonel never traveled. 1 bad been employed older. I have noticed your work and' ington the lofty dohie of thean April fashioned silk hat Ho represented n know nothing of this country, and you stnrted nn what was evidently to him bathed In the fresh light of an lnisirtant hit of family history and on the paper for a comparatively short my dispelled morulug. resentful type I hnd begun to know nnd recog-- seem to Ikj wry well acquainted." which I suspected strongly bad become time In fact I had been In Journalism along "I ought to le." hu said, "for my n hobby "Some day Klleu shall wnlk thoughts ami led them back to the nlze. lie seemed well known for a period of less than two years parts slnco It was 'Howdy, Colonel fnmllv has In thut-beautiful menes which were nlways the road here with you." he added, "and snow ao that such nn assignment as the one . that great phllan you the Inscriptions on It You will In my father's memory Turpln?" at every btatlon now, and oem.n, oglcthor-M-uppermost now given me was highly flattering to some ono always asked. "How's HI- throplst and friend of the poor, first whenever he talked of the south and find them Interesting," me. and I knew It would be equally of tbe friends he had made there after len?" His clean shaven ns faco would cmi)c t0 ;00rgln The last time he Kllen ngaln. I was beginning to feel gratifying to my father, who bad Invariably Itself In n smllo my great cnni0 to this country he mnde the hitler days of the cnmpnlgn were wreath the krenest nnxlefy to meet this Klleti watched my career with that Interest answer: grandfather's house his headquarters nnd to wonder what she could Ih over, After leaving Washington every be would make which nttiches solely to an only aon. "Kllen's well, but between tho cook- - when 011 his wny from l ort Augusta station becnnie of Interest, and there half conk and half lady. I had begun I bad not been out of Harvard very l wns no detail from which I did not Ing and the music sho has llttlo time . to Snvnnnnh. Just before the Itevoluto thluk from the llttlo hit I hnd picklong when I bad taken the advice of . tloa lie sent my grandfather a portrait ed up concerning her during the day. draw some moral I had determined to left to frolic with you young people." an eminent literary man, a friend of . It's her own fault" said some ono 0f himself In token of the csteeui In M.o nln. InuM Intft pierce the border , state aud seek for my fatt.c, nnd entered Journalism as ' ... l r .i ,, icimu iui-- at one ot the stations, "for all she has wch lw UM his father. Ho lived to , luc ilnioniiiuiuii i of 0m1m-b- . nn), whPn we disa first stepping stone to literary got to do Is to choose which farm she Fce the colony he had planted become , from a nd where the palmetto, the pine and ,ho ,.,nps ,n t, tinction. The few short stories 1 bad independent stnte. you know. sir. - rnt,,i..11P .100,1 tx. by side. The I prefers, that of Squire Hawkins or Jim the live oak live . ",,, written, however, had been returned J" ,!.... n Il..ll..... ttl ,u.u 1, iuw llw.r.i njju ,. eutMIICU ...l..t.t. iiuu,i rte mv Bu v, IIO t ,,,mij iiuiKi. windows of the car had been raised Illlilil-iihkioJ fore us. rich In coloring from the set to me by the magazines to wblcb I bad and through them came the bracing was a tmrst of merriment from the record old Georgia made during tbe ting sun that bathed It In a crimson sent them with a promptness that was war of tbe devolution. The Pine, as glow. A I looked at It In wonderment winds from the Itlue llldue. and I could young people In the wngons. calculated to dampen my ardor and "Don't tie putting such notions In wo call our home, was built Jutt after It might have been a dream out of tbe catch occasionally tbe strange minor otherwise to discourage me. I bad been notes of the negnies at work In the my Kllcn's head Just now." ho would his death, and Ills picture has tbe place past thnt hnd taken shape and floated led to believe that my style was exceptlelds. I wns nllve to evrry Imp res laugh hack. "Kllcn nud Hud have tbelr of honor In it now It Is a sorry place now across my vision It front and tionally good and that I waa not with' slon. and I took out my notebook to old father and mot tier to look after for since tho Yankees came through here sides were flanked with colonial colont a keen sense of humor, at the same It awhile yet. to say nothing of tbe and used It as n stable, but wo keep chain In my memory some of the passumns of tho Doric tyiie. and tbe low time possessing a proper appreciation wltb the ho si that some day the for wings running at right angle to tbe linos." ing scenes of the pathetic, do thnt by himself." called tunes of tho fauillv may go out of tbelr body of tho bouse were covered with Itinl That evening I finished my first let I bad taken a prize at the high out one youth Then he suddenly turn- - ' eclipse and that tomo worthy aon will vine which almost bid tbe low porch. ter and mailed It from tbe train. school for an essay, nnd later, when When I reached Atlanta I made In- ed red nnd liuiig his head a. he saw arise to restore It to Ita former pott my talents began to develop at the uniThis porch was supported by diminutbe girls casting their eyes from one tlon of Importance In the common quiry ns to the best means of reach tive columns of tho same graceful versity. I was elected to fill a place on laughing. Hut what there la left you curves. I wnn so moved by tba beauty to the other and wealth. Ing some of the outlyiug counties, the editorial staff of one of the month"1 dare say there are others of us will be welcomed to, my lad. where I could study the social and of tbe whole at first tbat I failed to ly periodicals published there. I waa Before I could properly thank him note thnt tome of tho columnt were on educational conditions of this people who have iimhI that argument to Ellen Chagrined, therefore, when my manubefore this nnd many a time." added tbe whistle blew and our train pulled the (tolnt of falling and tbat others out of the beaten tracks and away scripts, written legibly on fine linen another boy scarce out of his teens, from the thriving centers through were crumbling to decay. Tbe plaater paper, tied with the best silk ribbon "so you need not bother to repent wblcb I had pasxed. and which, ac had fallen from many of them, showto be bad. came back to me. I began preconceived opinions, colonel." cording to my ing a dull red brick behind. But these to 'form a very poor opinion of our "Oh, you ara Palmer, are youf By the time our train bad atarted were tbe result of northern capital or aagaztnes. Possessing an independevidences of decny gave an additional remained In again I hud determined to Introduce charm to the scene, augmenting Its perent, fortune, I determined to publish gave you the present assignment on New England energy. I saw matefection ns a whole and keeping It Id By writings In book form at my own account of It Have you come to aay tbe vicinity of this city for several myself to the rolouel, for Hy way of rial In til ti for a letter daya, making Journey Into the counperfect harmony wltb Us owner and ipenae. I took my manuacripta to a you are not equal to It?" I asked him the disopening 1 was Bomewbat surprised when I try and taking notes of the field hnnd publisher, who, honest man that be the neighborhood of that section. It I was. waa kind enough to tell me that learned that be did not even remem and making Inquiry ns to the nruges tance to oulethorpe station, where seemed to typify the generation then had expected to leave the train living there nnd fighting against It. people did not think much of books ber me. but tbe fact that be bad Judg- paid and th ii mount of Inlwr perform "Alsiiit live mile, sir." he said, and. by my work waa at least gratl My aeal was ed by tlieaveriuie bund owu decay I was awakened from my published at the author's own expense. ed me with a courteous, old fnshlnued bow I hastened I wns on tbe point uf aay: to unubnted. iitid dreamy thought by hearing tbe colonel- -, Determined ot length to get a proper fylng, bo "No. sir. I feel perfectly able to do putting all my figures Into u letter across tin- - nlsle. Ik- - added, "May I ask calling loudly fur some oue to get tbjjJJ stltnate of my work, I sought out an if you are hound there?" ld friend of the family who bad tbe work, but the order appears a little when my enthusiasm received a check horse. Presently there came from I told him that wns my destination that came near causing me to throw achieved fame by hit. pen. He review, Indefinite to me aa to time" around one of the wlngt a little, half , Without looking up again, for be bad up my usfcltrnmeiit, which I would tuivp He then d my stories and In a rutbtesa sort of naked urchin, who said that Mrs. Tur"If it he not too Impertinent may I way, as it seemed to me then, told ma resumed bis proofreading, be said: done without hesitation had I not fear pln bad gone to the Trig funeral, and ask you what takes you to such an "Take your own time, but I shall ed It wiMiltt mean a summary distills that aome of my ldeaa were good, but that Miss Kllcn wns cooking tbe dinout of tin- - wny place? Tou are uot u xpreaxed clumsily. He advised me say two months ought to suffice. sal from llw paer ax well. On com ner, and that "Voting Marsa" had uot 1 want are facts, not discolored, you, sir?" Ing In from the factory district one aft. lawyer from Atlanta, are to cea.e all attempt, at literary com- What come from the fields -- 1'iiicd to me to be a note of There ernoon I found a letter from the man. position and to seek a place on a news- distorted pictures." "Then tell Miss Kllcn, Bam tale, to alarm In the question, nnd be appear paper. "Writing must become a habit lie did not even say good morning aging editor It said put another linger In the pie. for I have With you." be aald, "before you can Indeed, be seemed to have dismissed Vnur letter mailed on ed greutly relieved nnd bis face brightWe want facta guest home wltb me. Now, brought and has been ened visibly when I told blm that I the train found uoel-fcopt to express your thoughts graceme from bis mind. Wltb an Indlffer air," turning to me. "If you will coma It In fully. A'hut you need most la ease, ent bow I retired, wondering why thrown very the wastebnsketbut If true.not wus iMt a lawyer and was visiting wltb me. I will show you your room we qo waa a K""d editorial, and If you can avoid the pitfalls of managing editors think It a part of want editorials from you If you mill Georgia for the first time. I soon I euro and bid you make yourself at home." JJourcalUin you may in time succeed In tbelr official dutlea to be 111 mannered. have my order read It over and you will ed the ciiiim- - of his anxiety as to the j We passed under the huge doorway matter of my profession, for In a con , your ambition." It took me Just an- 1 waa sorry tbat I bad not asked him And In It nothing about the racial quesand entered a large ball wblcb wus s Kturtv the tldentlal whWs-r- . tion or political problems which could have other six months to make up my mind exactly what be wanted, but on this white people, wide as any room I could rememtier (11 the famlllrr of to follow his udvice. and when I did point I felt reasonably certain, bow th old realm., and bear In mind always liccii heard throughout the cur had my grandfather's bouse In New o It was with some degree of humiliaever, for there was to be a presidential others In It. he siild' that whatever you write win tx copied there It was nlmust bare of furniture. therefor., inoul.l be "When smart looking young men like tion that I discovered that there was election tbe following year, and tbe there. Your letters, whatever elar there There were two or more large mahogust and truthful, up this rond I hey tiring Iron you Hot a reiorter on tbe paper who did more I thoucbt of It tbe more certain may any sofas which had once lined be If you were an artlit with the usually mid as often ot write letter than I Constant ap- 1 became that my letters were to he bruah I should say iwlnl a picture of mime lite Willi I with black horsehair, but this latter my new undertaking, bow naed to amuse sentiment In New Kng old colonial hnmeateada and antetielliim leave more behind, sir " plication In .. was so much worn that tbe matting ver, and the bard work I bad done at land ugaltist tbe opponlng party and plantation! Since you can't (mint, will, "How Is that?" determined to bur "If I know'd y.r had gists I'd aur. hav. jbowed hencat Ii It In places, slid lu of them aa they are Hrlng the acenee In row In this as deep as thereby make certain the electoral vote Oeorgta vividly before the (ssile of lloa-totbe university soon brought me uiy others It was patched with bright colbrought th. co.ch." I was being tingled out consoil, which I Is'llcn-- In be rich II) work would nut They can draw their ef tbat conclu ored calico nnd sometimes with pieces stantly for Important local assignnly mnke certain tbe New Rnglaud tlons l.t your picture. b of people iinrt Iroiii the wild nud iihculnvaied growth Into Oglethor'ie The colonel adviine of faded silk I'lie colonel led me up a . ments, and once 1 bad been sent to vote, but postdhly aave tbe vote or place, only aa you ae. them af "Iiout smart looking ed and. calling out to an old negro, flight of stairs, bare of cttrpet, but That waa ull. hut It was HUttlcleiit to men of ten come up this road?" iWashlngton on a delicate mUaion. ao m of the middle western states. whom tie addressed ns Jefferson, or clejifl and 1 picked up again the order wblcb an abolitionist and ahatter my Hopes and discourage all "Hardly evei hut to foreclose some derrd him In hrlng the wugnii nearer, Jiy fatht had (Continued noxt week.) my desk and read It over the bla father lefore blm. They bad tieen further uttempis to mnke sure of tile pisii devil's mortgage ' Here ne lay on aa there was trunk to get. netgbhora. electoral vote of New Kiigland. Ills second time. I thought I saw tbe ear- called iliM'trlmilres by their to 11111111 iiiuiHMlenilely. and when "It I ku.iwd yer had gist. Mars Queer Medical Treatment marks ot politics In It and. while tbe but the had lived to see those princi- consols! and with a viigue sense ol his rlsllilcs litnl snlcldi-Gence. I'd sure have brought the "Spotted fever" t ed .omaquaar my own Ignorance. I txninlfd " (ruin to explain ur roach said the old darky, looking treatment In for I wns somewhat racial question was not mentloued. I ples liecome the nation' shibboleth. John Wcaley's day. acbelieve that It was this problem I waa My father lived to modify many of bis tbat ulglii hound somewhere in h nri-e- d at nis sudden nurd ot aiMdciL'i'tlciiiiv ni the wiipin he wns on cording to Wesloy'a Journal of SepI did not ktiow to discuss I bad made a suggestion on Ideas, nut I refused persistently to southerly dlrts-ilohe hii tt : The colonel mid lilin thai I was oilug tember, A man named John line some month before-- but tbe modify my view as they und teen In and I did not care where tnla "I'll hei you pine knot all sawed to star some time nnd that he ' reckon Trembath hud the, fever and Wealey or When I awoke the next tnornlnv managing editor bad not taken kindly culrated Into me by my rugged old -i ot Hiiiitoes I tint ni hI' I would Kimw mi they had p against wrote: "It wat the aecond relapaa which lilted ever,, creviie ol Hie to tbe Idea at the time The order aa grandfather. half doeti sinuous bets are and so lie would uol liv offering into the tpotkd fever, In the height of 1 read It over teemed car told me that I hud eiiterisl tm- - pine Aa I read the order of my assign IndeHnlle. I nude right now that you tiarecouif up eiciispM, which they gave hltn tack, cold milk I thought and I atarted with II to the ment over ataln It seemed to me to belt ot licorgiu during mv ie-e 11 the mortgage 011 the I'llies "III the wilt. Hit." lie hii III as wt and apple., plutua, a much aa bs managing editor'a room A I present the enemy, Shrew up my window and intian-- grext I'liat's mv place, you know I'll tmve atep-be a rommnud to oft the pliillorni "I Imve not could I can aee no way te .wallow. I felt iiivil-iiih- I Od mvfell itefore that nwxtere little rbe old abolition blood was In my Jrafts ot fresh air good laugh at then eipclue wheu I the pleasure ol kliimliiL' vour uiiiiih tccount lor hla recovery, but tbat b i cripple ptivMial. but not mental, for ftlua aud waa running at blab tlda. id and ready to carry out m o down the road again." thougb you bare beard mine often ad not yet finished his work." SHIELD MAJORJ) far. alK l aj"M- 4 ft y of the ronch of managing editors. I thought, the better, Ijiler In the day I left the main rond nnd took the nar- row gauge Hue which I was told fol- lowed the bed of the Savannah river passed through several of the most historic counties of tho state, rich In memories of the past nnd peopled mostly by remnant of tho old colonlnl and antebellum families, who had In the past made them the most Influen tial renters of the stnto. Thc railroad wended Its way through a 'beautiful rotlltie country studded pines nnd cedar. The wild flow. ere grew up to tho very tracks, ana enough thl morning." I had. Indeed, overlooked that detail or else felt indifferent to'lt but I handed him my card, which he read carefully and then ' "k1 reckon you I nln t any relation to Palmer of Kenturky. I roomed tho with two men from that Mate ot your nnmo year ago when I wan at Princeton." I told Iho colonel that I wan not from Kentucky, but thought there was o,-,i- i' r nw. I . ... . srtlnt.., .. .... Im-- - I 1 . 1 I n.t. 11 ; ,,,, gen-crn- jiy ER-V- ixs-ke- 1 ! 1 ,y J I I in. Mnry-Mnr- ,j. ..- 1 , - - I II-- .. 1 en. H 1 tt-- I J .,.' ,, ,i- ,,, it 1 s 11 s rp-rtall- y Kag-lan- tx-e- tit-i- 1 - mite-liellli- nn exH-rlence- tn-e- n he-ir- 11 siiill.-iciitl- nieirt-'in-il- , 17-1- 11 11 lui-ln- o-- n fort-clos- d February 6, 191.V THE CITIZEN PESTS ON lUne Scvcfl THESWEET POTATO Farm and Garden KILL FRUIT TREE PEST. Slugs Muil 0 Osstroysd If You Ex. pact Crop of Chtrriss or Plums. Nearly every your cherry mid plum trees In lows under n Inruc illinium of dtimnpt' mi iiiTotint of llio roniniiiii While the iinilrol lux or cherry hIiik of this ItiMi t Iiiim not Iktii nniHliliTi'd a "try dllllcult proMrrn. yet It often Hint folliicc Is grently dmii npfd iN'furr llii- - owner In nvvnre Unit nr slims lire on hi tree. The mimiiinry of n bulletin on the work of tin- - slug. IhhiiiiI by the town State Collocc uf Agriculture, miyg ttmt the pent nine or cherry rIuk In n (lurk, allliont lilnrk, sillily hIiik. hIhiiiI two-OfIn of nn Inrti lonu when full crown, which feed no cherry, kht mid plum lea v fx. Thro aIuct Uv& on the upper iilileii of the IrnreM. rating out nil I lie IIhhiic eirept the reins nnd the lower surface. The Injure! leu re become dry and brunn und fall from the trecH, which r np'is LVjllBALIIIUiivHM a Arisnlesl Poisons Found Best In OssN I no, With Beetles and Cutworm. The sweet poliito crop Is Kiiliject to more or lens serious Injury from Insert next. All of the renlly Injurious ape cle ntfui'k Km plums in the eiirly stupe of their growth In the field This Is usually some time after the middle of Mny The dniicer period lusts until tho 'mils hMve tnken hold mid tmve begin, to (row vigorously In recent years the leinletiey Inis been to risk frosts In enrly rail nnd ptmit late. ,One of the must troublesome Insects Is the sweet potato lien beetle. It ll nlmut of nn Inch Ioiir nnd has ii linissv brown coal. These beetles chew nut nnrrow groove or chnntiels on either the upper or under side of the lenve. These rhnnnels nre at Hint close to nnd parallel with some of the principal veins If the weather happens to In- - dry nnd hot the entire plant will probnhly die. To destroy this Insect nn application of nrsetilcnl poison may be usisl The simplest plnn Is to dip the plants before seltliiK In o mixture of one pound 14 per cent arsenate of lend to ten gallons of water. If 12 per cent nrsen'nte of lend Is ued. one pound should tie ndded to six gallons of wnter This will not Injure the plant In nny way Spraying will not nnswer the same purpose us dipping, because It Is IiiikshI bio to coat the leaves on the under side. Ilrnn Is very nttrnctlve to cutworms, snd they mny be killed In the Meld by the use of olsotied brnn. They take this food In preference to the green plants To iolon the bran mix one pound of white nrsennte nnd pnrls green with llfty Miunds of bran nnd five Kiiinils (siwdered sugnr Add wnA thoroughly ter enough to mol-te- n sKxinful of this to n hill of plants will nt tract every cutworm In the Held In two or three nights. American Agriculturist INTENSIVE FARMING Conducted by FRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M.S. Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Sweet Clover Culture Tho following Is a auinmnry tf years longer, Sweet clover can usually bo killed Farmers' Hullctln 485 together wl h a fow oxtractH from tho text of this by mowing when In full or lato Berea's Vocational Schools moncy-carnl- n Training that adds to your general education. power, combined with which nro believed to bo bloom, bulletin Tho presenco of sweet clover on of special Interest to our region of othcrwlso baro soils, even as a wocd, country: Almost nny reasonably well drnln'd Is not necessarily to bo condcmnid, In ns It Is building up tho soil In both b11 will produco sweet clover. fact It Is about equal to Alslko clover humus nnd nitrogen content and la In Its ability to withstand poor drain-ag- thus preparing It for subsequent crops. It grown beat on rich, well HmiM Tho great number of failures In land. It succeeds on newly exposed obtaining a stand of sweet clover nro clay. Sweet clover riqulrea a very firm duo In part to tho high perccntago need bed. It succeeds well If sowed of hard seed and In part to seeding on com ground about tho mlddlo of on too looso a socd bed, especially 'May with no cultivation of tho Boll when combined with a lack of Inocuexcept to harrow In tho sued with a lation. Spring seeding In general Is satissplko harrow. It Is not believed factory, but In tho South excellent to spend money for fertilize for this crop nine" It sucsccds on very standa aro also obtained from la'.o winter sccdlnga. Tho latter method poor noils without fertlllicrs. may provo generally applicable wher-civSummary and Conclusion o. prof-ltablo er FOR YOUNQ MKN Agriculture, Carpentry Printing, Commercial. FOIt YOUNO LADIES HomcScIence, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School ' most rapid progress. Ocnoral Education for those not far advanced, combined with somo vocational training. No mattor what your present advancement, we can put you with others Ilko yourself and glvo chanco for 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For thuM who are not expecting to teaih and who are not going through College, but deslro moro general education. This Is Just tho thing for thoso pro paring for medical studies or other professions without a collcgo course. It also gives tho best general educatlou for thoso who wish a good start In study and expect to carry It on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School t Z ANCIENT FARMINQ WIS- UU1Y1. f 1 T 4-- T sV T Thotocraph by low But Collet rlculturn CD I of As- - T 4 KURT LUI INJUIIID II T THE rBAIl SLUO Cato proclaimed the fundnmen- tnls of good agriculture tn his I)e lie Itustlcn" when he snld: -What Is the tlrst principle of good agriculture? To plow well wnnt is the seconaz to piow again. Aud the third Is to ma- nu re. To the farmer who kept stock ne nam: "Plan to have a big compost heap and take the best cure of manure. When It Is tinuled ont see that It Is well rotted and spread," And to the farmer who had no stock he said: "You can make manure ont of litter, lupine straw, chad, bean stalks, husks und the leaves of the Ilex and onk," Tho data at hand Indlcato that when properly handled awect clover Is n vnltmblc addition to tho fiirm- - cropH of many sections. It Is efficient an a soil renovator, by reason of tho Inrgo nniount of nitrogen It Is nlilo to tnko from thu air nn well as tho humus added to tho soil when It Ib turned under or from tho deeny of roots when thu crop Is harvested. Sweet clover will grow on soils too lw In humus content for the favor-ubl- o growth of most other legumes. Its largo roots, which develop tin first year, faclltlato dralnago and do much to break up and Improvo thu tilth of tho boIIs which llo below thu reach of tho plow, aa theso roots rapidly decay when tho plant dlca, nnd their effect Is thcrcforo almost Immcdlato. Sweet clovor occurs as a weed usually nlong roadsides, In vacant lotB, In fenco corners, along Irrigation ditches, and In other places not utilized or cultivated. It Is not troullesonio In cultivated fields or meadows as ordinarily treated, becauso It lan not jwrsovero more than two years from one seeding. Tho presence of somo hard beeU which docs not usually germinate tho first season may cnablo It to continue, In n meadow for a number of FORMER STUDENT MAKING GOOD there Is abundant rainfall. Analysis and feeding experiments Indlcato that It Is nearly equal to alfalfa In feeding valuo. pnlatablllty, Tho feeding value, and porsumably tho digestibility rapidly after tho blooming period. This gives the very best training for ttioeo who expect to teach. Courses aro so arranged that young pooplo can teach through the summer and tall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right cn In their course of study. Read Dlnamoro'o great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door 6th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College and provides standard Kentucky On tho limostono hills of northern Kentucky swc-- clover Is proving to bo a very valuablo plant In restoring productivity of tho soils. tho A docado ago many farms wero coming to bo abandoned, owing to their low productive capacity. Many cf which tho fields contained gullies washed, making tho farms oven less valuable. Swoet clover was Introduc ed as a boo plant In somo of tho wasto places In this suction and proved so efficient as a soil Improver that It has been largely utilized on a great many farms In this section. As a rosult of tho Introduction of sweet clover tnuny of theso farms aro no longer abandoned but aro producing satisfactory incomes lor theso who aro working them. Tho fl.'Ids aro utilized as. pasture and for hay whllo tho soli Is being built up and tho gullies stopped from washing. When tho process of natural reclamation has gono far enough tho ground is plowed and put Into corn. Sweet Clover In old-tlm- o This Is tho straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Acadomy lc now Berea's largest department This la tho crown of tho wholo Institution, courses in all advanced subjects. Questions Answered DEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with :ts affiliated schorls, la not a money-makin- g Institution. It roquirca certain fees, but it expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of its students, g.vlng highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as for students to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect tho character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from tho best families and aro earnest to do well end Improve. For any who may bo sick tho College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except thoso with parents In Berea livo In College buildings, and many assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to tbo value of their labor. Except in winter it la expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of thelrexpen-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 dothlug. Our climate is tho best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm pot-slbl- BY BEING GOOD Seward, Illinois. aro sometimes left entirely bnre of foliage In mldiummer. Trees lire often killed aa a result of reflated defoliation. A short crop of fruit follows a ever attack by till Insect, on ncconnt of the wenkencd condition of the trea The allies appear twice during the year, and trees should be sprayed as soon as they appear. In central Iowa the slues appear, first, about tho middle of June; second, about the third week In July. Insect powder can be used against these slues by merely dusting It over the If s res. Hellebore may bo used nUber In a dry or a liquid form. It must be fresh for effective use. For dry application use hellebore, one pound to Hve pounds of nlr slaked lime. For a liquid application use It one pound to a barrel of water. Lead arsenate (prepared), two pounds In fifty gallons of water, was effective. I'arU emu, a pound In IfiO callons of water, was also effective. Some Quicklime, about n pound to encti fifty gallons of water, should be ndded to the apray to prevent burulue of the leaves. Keroecoe emulsion containing 10 per cent of kerosene was effective. Whale oil soap, a pound to two pal- of water; white laundry soap and white soap, one ten ounce bar to gallons of water, wero effective. Toe soap la merely dissolved In water by boiling and sprayed whllo still Hellebore, lend arsenate nnd parts green are tho least expensive of these treatments. If n spraytug la necessnry while there la fruit on the trees hello-boror some other material than uu rseulcal abould be used. Cultivation uuder Infested trees Is of value since It disturbs tho cocoons In the soli tbero. e warm. It Is snld that weeds cost the farmers of this country f'J.OOO,- 000.000 a year. They cost tuoro X than any ono of our most tnipor- - T taut crops produces. Plow thorn under whllo green. J Overhead Irrigation. Tbo overhead system of Irrigation la making rapid progress In all parts of the country, Irrigation Is an Insurance, and an Innuendo number of growers uro making provision for this sort of protection. Th.i cost per acre ranges from SICK) to $150, and the services of a plumber aro not needed to InStockman stall the syelenj.-Nnllonnl I I and Farmer. Wheat Bran For Chlcka. Wheat bran Is sootl for chicks, good for layers and makes a Kod bono and tissue balkier Kovvta must hare eer-ra- l kinds of food. No one grain or food will be relished by fowls If made m exclusive diet During these hot days and sultry nights the milk and cream on the farm requires apodal attention. The sumHow to Drive Nails. mer weather that Is so much needed To drtvo nails easily and prevent to mature the corn and other grains them from splitting thin boards or also accelerates tho life and growth furniture first drive them Into tallow of the germs in, milk and cream. or homemade soap or drive them Into The bacteria that are in the milk a bar of soap. They will then slip and cream may become the direct danger of cause of auch diseases as summer Into the wood with llttlo splitting It complaint and colic among Infants and of poor quality of the butter, cheese farm. When hauling milk and cream to and condensed milk turnod out In our What the Lawyers Tell Us. the factory or station cover the cans creameries, cheese factories and with a wet blanket to protect them A court will not compel the s peel He the station left performance of a contract In favor of Improper Care Causaa Poor Quality, from the sun. If set at cans In cold before train time the one who has not been diligent In per The high death rate among Infants water or In the shade at the station. forming his obligation under tho conHow to Cleanse Dairy Utensils. tract. Towner verous Blue. Wash 100. in summer, sour, rancid butter, gassy Illnso all dippers, palls, strainer, cheese and spoiled condensed milk Pac. 001. pre tho Improper caro etc., with It Is not tho duty of the postmaster of milk direct result ofthe farm. The cans, thoroughly cold water. Wash with hot water, to and cream oil them to keep tho roads pasHiible for mall car dairyman, who sells milk for direct which some washing powder has been rlcrs nor to see Unit It Ih done. Unless j respon-- I Is In a with a brush until all the patrons of the route provide su in- consumption. health measure of the added, scrub milk are removed. Then and life remnants of roads for the mall carriers they slblo for the dent public consuming his product and his rinse the utensils thoroughly with will havo Irregular mail delivery, and receipts 'from the factory aro largely scalding hot water. Do not wipe thorn legal help for It. there Is no and cream, off with a cloth; they do not need governed by the milk Ono who. with notice of what Is hapwhich he dellvera at or shlpa to the It; but Incline them on a clean shelf pening, negligently allows oil kept on factory. or over pegs so that tho water can bis premlseH for fuel to escape on to With proper care of his milk and drain off readily. the premtxes of another nnd Into a dairyman becomes a bene- Cleaning the Separator. stream running through It with the ro- oleum, the the human family and a Flush the soparator with plenty of kept there are killed by factor to sult that hogs agent In the financial succesi cold water Immediately mighty after use. drinking It Is liable for dnmnges. of the butter, cheese and condensed Mexln Light Co versus Texas. 110 8. milk Industry as well as the guardian Tako tho bowl apart and wash with warm water and washing powder all W. KM. of the success of his own business parts until they are thoroughly clean. Where an agricultural Implement was and prosperity. Then rinse them thoroughly with old under a warranty that It would do scalding hot water and place them Care of Milk and Cream. required tho purchaser good work nnd supply tank to tn the clean milk to notify the seller of ouy failure to The chief factora roquired for the drain. fulfill the warranty It was held that milk to reach the consumer and facDo Not Mix Warm With Cold. If the machine failed to fultlll the wartory In proper conditions are Never mix warm morning's milk ranty while the seller'a agent was low temperature. and or cream with the cold milk or cream present to test It the buyer was not Wipe off the udder with a clean of the previous evening. Such a mixrequired to give notice or the failure, damp cloth before milking. Milk Into ture sours quickly. It the two must aa the presence of the agent of the a clean pall with clean dry hands. be mixed, cool the warm milk or seller dispensed with this requirement. Strain the milk aa soon aa drawn, to cream before mixing, otherwise haul ' -- Acme Harvesting Mnch. Co. versus a clean room, free from dust and or ship to the factory la separate Bark lav (8. Dak.l. 118 N. W. It.o ODD. foul odors. Use a wire meih strata cans. I clean-llnoss Inches wide, handle twelve Inches long, ending In a small trowel one f Inches and wldo at place of y greatest width nnd oxniiE.t tool tapering to a point (t enn be used to loosen soli nround small plants set a few Inches apart, to dig weeds, for transplanting small plants nnd for clearing larger plants of bugs aud worms. It Is n necessary part of n greenhouse or hotbed outfit one-hal- Editor Citizen: Dear Sir: Mr. Hurt Johnson who was for some U(ul Garden Tool. My grandfather wns a blacksmith tlmo a studjtit In Uerea, but who Is nnd fashioned n tool which has been now a resident of Illinois, has Just of grent service to us In weeding and received wotd of his appointment as transplanting small plants, says a cor- manager of a largo stock farm near respondent of Farm and Fireside It At water, Minn. Is simply a miniaDuring tho poet year ho has been ture hoo made entirely of steel with employed on a farm near Soward, a blade three III., and has been quite a factor In self to bo, Inches long and tho religious and social life of that Charles E. C. Trucblood. t one and community. Ho succeeded In helping Pastor Congregational Church. one-hal- to organlzo a young peoples' cluo, and a mens' brotherhood. llo was also ono of tho primo movers In n corn carnival and has a movement started to havo a horso nnd corn show this coming fall. Tho people of Seward aro sorry to loso Mr. Johnson, but ho will bo felt for good In any community in which ho casts Bcrea Col lego has mora his lot. friends by Mr. Johnson having been with us, and ho Is a representative of whom you may bo proud. May her product ever bo as true, as loyal to her as Mr. Johnson has shown him- wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and ovsrthoet aro necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet article, work uniforms,, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. JjcL' LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. Tin College asks no rcatj for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and "ashing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffiee or extras, a week, in the fall, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc This is paid but once, and !s returned when tho student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for caro of school buildings, bosoltal, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction la a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students Is $5.00 a term; In Academy and Normal $C00 ana $7.00 In Collegiato courses. MILK AND CREAM HINTS By O. F. HUNZIKER, Chief of the Dairy Department, Purdue Experiment Station Purdue University Agricultural Extension. really clean. Cool the milk to as low a temperature as the available water on- the farm permits. Use Ice, If available. Cooling to 60 degrees F. Is better than no cooling at all, but lower tempera ture Is preferable. Keep the milk cold until It leaves the farm. The simplest wax to cool tho milk Is to aet the car. In a box, trough, tub or halt barrel of water and stir the milk to hasten the cooling. It run ning water Is available let It run through the trough continuously; It not, chango the water at least one before retiring tor the night. It the milk Is separated, cool the cream Immediately after separation and keep It cool until It leavea the to 80 mesh to the Inch) Instead of a cheesecloth strainer, aa the latter is hard to cleanse and Is never er (0 PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are aa follows: WINTER TERM VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLLCOB Incidental Fee Room .. Board 6 weeks 5.00 6.00 9.00 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 I 7.00 7.20 9.00 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 $23.20 9.00 $32.24 SPRING Inddental Fee Room Board $28.60 TERM , $ 6.00 4.00 6.76 16.76 6.76 23X0 $30.70 $ 6.00 6.00 6.76 17.75 6.75 24.60 SSI.70 $ 7.00 6.00 6.76 18.76 S weeks . Amount duo March 26, 1913 .. .. Board 6 woeks duo Apr. 30, 1913 . (.76 25.50 Total tor term If paid in advance S22.00 nor $24.00 money $25.00 for books or Total $36.00 36.00 18.00 This laundry. does not Include tho dollar doposlt Special Expenses Business. Fall Winter Stenography and Typewriting .. ..$14.00 $12.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .. .. 14.00 12.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 7.00 6.00 Business course studies tor students In other departments: Stenography 9.00 10.50 Typewriting, with one hour's uso 7.00 6.00 of Instrument Com. Law, Com. Qoe-- , Sfrt'n $10.00 10.00 5.00 7.50 5.00 27.00 18.00 Com. 6.IC 1.80 1X0 Arith., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 In no caso will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per torm. young roan or young woman can get an education at d Any Berea If there Is the will to do so. able-bodie- It Is a great advantage to contlnuo during wlntor and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time In the public schools going over and over the same things, when they might be Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies with soma of the beat 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 neigh- bor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Wlntar Term opened January 1st. Hurryl For Information or friendly advice wrtta to the Secretary, D. WALTER MORTON, Bere, Ky. 1 Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. Delia Moblcy. Tho Uttlo child of Mr. and Mrs. Ned McDanlcl has thu measles. Llttlo Otto Vaughn Is vary nick. 'Miss Laura Paco visited friends at Conwny last week. Edgar McDanlcl Is visiting relatives hero. W, Ponder, Jr., contemplates moving to Illinois, Feb. 7th. February 6, 1913. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else H in a nice stock of goods. Wo now hnv three stores at this placo. L. C. Pow-e- ll of Band flap spent a few dnyu with his parents at this place. Mr. James Frailer of Richmond spent Saturday and Sunday with Jno. Webb. it lot coniri lor pMlih4 anltti poWfttloi, kt tttti In fall y tt mutt, tank. Writ efMeKi ti ttt tint fUltlj. rood CLAY COUNTY iiurkino nrnmaft week on business. We hope- tho next story In Tho Cltlr.cn will bo as hnvlng good as tho Llmbcrlogt Girl. It was l'rlvett, Feb. 1. Wo arc at present. Tho tho best over. somo nlco weather CLIMAX farmers aro all making good use of Climax, Jan. 30. Tho contlnoua the tlmo In preparing for Ihclr crop3. There aro several cases of measles j ralna have dono damage to farms and In tills vicinity. A. J. Cook Is no fencing along the wnter courses. Lucy Howies' Several of Uio boys left our place better at present. Stovo last Sunday for tho West Virginia school Is progressing nicely. Ulco and wife, who havo recently Con I Mines. William Northern, who married, moved Into tho houso with has been 111 so leng with rheumatism, John Ward, near Is getting abcut again. J. II. Chns- his father-in-laI'rlvctt. Tho 'Misses May and Sophia teen sold a good mulo tho other day. Madden spent lost Sunday nt L. J. Corn is selling at 60 cents per bu. l'ptors. Stcnhcn Farmer's baby died and hogs aro abcut C cents per pound in.t a.tllrinv with inflammation of at Climax now. Grant Smith hns an tho nerves. It was taken to tho An- - Infant child very sick with pneu-Jnc- k Zclla monla. Grant York has four chll- derson cemetery for burial. Hpurlock Is very sick with bronchitis, drcn 111 with crcup nnd grlppo. Dr. Hcnco Drumback bought a housi Lewis Is Uio attending physician and lot from his brother, James, nnd James Sexton was nt Wllule todny nnd will movo to It shortly. Arch Eva Peters spent last Snturday night I nnd Sunday with Nora, Chester and Kverett Jones nnd had n delightful tlmo. Tho candy nnd tho Interesting JACKSON COUNTY imiivktt IJurnlng Springe, Jan. 31. nor, ton of Dr. Hornsby who lino been In Hamilton for somo time, returned to WIIITKM STATION visit his parent. Tho young people' N Sunday School class van delightfully Whites Station, Feb. 1. Wo having cold weather hero now. John entertained by their teacher, M m to Unagcn, at hor homo Inst Friday Cochran mndo a business trip Richmond, Tuesday. Mrs. John Mi'- - night. Tho Cooking Clnss of oiir Wlllinms of this placo gnvo a party, school gave their rchool mnter. a night. Andrew Cochrnn 1ms nor which showed considerable e'lll been on tho sick list this week. n that department. Then) wcro spent 'clous light rolls, plee. crullers, bak- Anderson nnd family Sunday with Mr. and 'Mrs. Drown. ed beans, etc. Dr. II, Hornsby bnd Jack Clark killed n nlco fat hog th tho misfortune of cutting his fingers othor day. Mrs. Leo Uarclay visited badly whllo making a hay frnnie. in Derea, Thursday. Miss Nnnnlo Jl.il. W. H. CnrmacU, tho drummer, Is at lard la visiting Mlso Luclo Cochrnn. homo this week. Miss Lucy llleo is I Mrs. Tlno Roberts nnd her dniuh visiting friends nt Hatha. Mrs. (.rant I tor, Mrs. Charley Kvnns, visited Mm. Hstrldgo Dr. Horns- Is s'.ck.-W- rs. Clark lost Thursday and Friday. by b suffering very much from un Mrs. Oliver Maupin spent Inst Tues. nttnek of rheumatism Tins Misses j day with Aunt Mnry Cochrnn. Wll-- . Helen Murray nnd Ida Pennington Ham Klttcr gavo a party Friday havo gone to Oneida to nttend the night. Tho infnnt daughter of Mr. Hnptlst Instltuto. Robert Liuisford MADISON COUNTY ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Puro Economizes Butler, Floor, Eggs; makes the food more din-Frid- iMI-Dllla- appetizing and wholesome The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream ot Tartar " T tier tuturu lionu at Junction City, utSocieties of Welfare Knight" lor youn? ter Feb. till. May Ponder will soon men and boys and Welfare SIkIom A . Cnudlll. Oct. 1C. 918. at Ura.lsh.iw, , Monil LancuMt fw 67 nu i bchool aro progressing lli.oiy. ., wlf vU., ... Welfare Knights have about 25 mem- - hcp Jm ..tmitk uvin ..nil tivuaiu oia.-int Cartersvlllo, Saturday uud Sunday 1'ho Societies havo done much to unlto. their members as great friends nml ALWAYS NEAR CAPITAL to cloato tlieir moral character Tho Knglltdi Co, was damngid about , fitter hundred dollars by the high , rf N games of doniluces wcro very much enjoyed. James Spcncc nnd daughtr of Owsley County were nt A. Hamilton's last woele having dental work done. Dent Andrew Is able to bo Zack Ward and family out again. havo moved from l'rlvett to Mnulden. Wo were very sorry to linvo them leave. J. D. Degley Is erecting a new building In Gray Hawk. He will movo in a fow weeks. The hospital nt Gray Hawk Ib nearly complete. A Miss '.Moore, a trained nurse, and n doctor will havo charge. GKAYIIAWK Trt..1 91 rrt.. 1Ti.t'I, Ton Ul. uui. lln.tlnv j KlltlJ ...... has employed many hands this week he to build a new house. It Is to erected near by his old homo which Is occupied by J. H. Illnghnm. L. J. Robinson has ;ust completed putting up about one hundred rods of wire fencing which ndds greatly to the appearance of his farm. W. II. Tin- cher nnd Allen Johnson of Laurel County havo been visiting with Mrs. Lawrence Tinchcr this week. Jas. L. Tincher of Lancaster Is among old trlcnds and relatlvtn, shaking hands Hello and having a EOOdrtlmo--.:- is nnd brother . Kngle Is paying ofBerea a visit. The. Misses Flor- vGncti, Daisy and Edna Kngle visited "Miss Lola Hlngham. Green Hayes' children, who have been 111, are improving rapidly. .,,.. ,.. waters under their on business. y Compelo Rest dinky railroad. S uunng uivu war. I Caudlll Is going to Deattyvlllo today niMii.iMi Conkllng, Jan. 30. Tho weather continues flue. The farmers In tliU vicinity aro performing the work f spring time. II. M. Anderson of this place attended tho wedding of Willie Unpretentious Houie, Cottage In the Soldiers' Home Grounds, Where He Spent the . Hot Months, Still Is Object of Reverent Interest. j I - I'AltllOT Parrot, Feb. I. Married, Jan. ISth, at tho homo of the bride, MUs Oma Tincher to Mr. Dill Cunagin. The bride is tho only daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Grant Tincher of this place, Tho groom 13 tho son cf Mr. and Mrs. Link Cunagin of Dees. Tho writ-- r them a long and prosperous Jan. 2:!rd, nt the homo of tho brido, 'MIes Pearl Cornctt to Mr. David Cablard, both of this place. Wm. A. Hayes of Richmond is at this placo for tho puriKmo of repair- Ing tho stavo dresser. Rev. Hackrr will preach nt Letter Uox Uio first Saturday and Sunday In Feb. Levi Cabbr.nl Is ablo to bo out again. Andrew Gabbard of near AnnvJilc was visiting relatives at this placo last wook. Tho merchants aro soared of goods on account of high water. John Hurley wan visiting home folks, Saturday and Sunday. Geo. Hlllard of Isaacs was r.t this placo Sunday. Rosa Price is staying with her Muter of Isaacs, this week. , wishes wmMmmM ' mmmmtsi iimssBssmfW. c. m if j . jf .w a an "yri'v'jTiT r'T.. rt i - ; mm mww Whllo our recent nntlonnl chief ecutlves havo fled from Washington and Its summer heat and moved to "uinmcr capitals, as. for Instance, Hay. Oyster Hay and Dev. erly, Lincoln In his day was forced ever to remain on guard In tho nation's capital tho yenr through, During his four troublous years In Washington he took no vacation and his summer residence was within easy ride of the at of government. The Anderson cottage. In tho soldiers' home grounds, was his summor home, and It was here, guarded by a company of cavalry, that he lived whllo handling the reins of government through the Civil war. He rode to tho White House every day and re turned at night, the hour rnoro often than not being late. His simplicity of taste was such that he would gladly hnvo ridden wl,hout c"cort' but thn "'"clary of war, thu trenchant Stanton. Insisted on the cavalry escort, for thu president's safety. Lincoln said he did not want it; Jio "couldn't hear himself think" with tho soldiers clattering along beside, beforo and behind him. Hut with tils ESTILL COUNTY usual complaisance in what ho deem I.OCI'sT IIIIAM'II ed nonessentials, he yielded. Some- Vlrcil . tlraPS '", rotl" horseback, nccompa- !ocut Dranch. Feb. nl Al "mp 1,0 was ' ,by 11,8 ctlco,rt lilcknoll and family visited friends nnd relatives of thla place last week. , from ," cottage to tho Whlto Houso. ,, . , , ,. . ii.it nm ma win one such call was on the recelp of timber cut Into haw logs. Ho will news of tho reverse at Chlcknmnugo. move a saw mill ou his place In tho Lincoln mounted his horse and rodo bprlng and will have his logs cut Innnd Mim Dolly Cnrmack, Sunduy. Turn iloUomb will im)ii movo Into tho houso vacated ny Wm. Dlaki! on Mru. l.'mliy McCoIIuiii'b plncc. Miss Maud Anderson Mhlti'd reliitlvtu nt iioonevlllo nnd Croso Rwdu thlH week. Cdlss Fnnnlo Wll- Mm is attndliK sehcwl at Island City. .Mrs. John Wilson visited her brother, Jmum Kelly, nt Island City, Sunday. Tim Misses Marr McCollum. Addlo Wilson and Maude ami Kate Anderson visited Mrs. Vina Williams. Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Old Hlnke cold a couplo of home-mad- e blankets to J. Wilson for five dollars. Thu little Infant daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. li n Charllo McCollum, who has dangerously III with pneumonia, we nru glad to say. Is Improving- .- Silas Mooro who has down with ty- phold fever in Georgia has returned to his home. Wiitie it Is tail to think of the writer, wo shall bt ninth pirn, ed to read tho new story that :s coining out. b.-e- l"rds l.-- Mr. .v to cross ties. Dougan Marcum bought ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Oltl.AMXt Orlando, Feb. 1. Miss Hertle Grey who had been very ill with tlio dreadful discus !, conktimptlon, died Frduy night. She aves many relatives and friends to mourn lur 1cm. Fran1. Slniteltou of WinchusU r Is with Ivw Mary folks this week. The Misses Sloottm tied Myrtle Million att iidi d Sunday School ut Cave, Sunday. MIm ia Jluim Adams of Mt. Vernon called hure Oil woek to bye her mother, .Mrs. Huttio Mason. Miss M. T. Slngloton got in a uioe supply if ladles' hats this week. Jerry Laswtii has moved to I'lne Hill. I'oo.ilo were very sorry to glvo up such good neighbors. '.Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Iead spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Jo3. Proctor. A protracted meeting will begin at Maple Grove. Sunday nl,ht, conducted by Rev. Dlllard Parker and 1 k I W, 14 ft.-- ii yJ 1 a milk cow from Jim ll.ckinll last weol; for forty dollars. 'Mr. and Mr- -. J. M. Kindred have, been on the sic., list this week. Clark Jolmton hiIiI r ejon hide the other day for two dollars Alice Revlc, whu haH bin. u-for two weeks, It: no bttt'r. LAUREL COUNTY - !i i : February 12, the I04th Anniversary of Lincoln's Birth on business. Pttcr Leger la on th'i Will Smith hue beou on tho elck llwf hut la Iniiirr.viiiL-.- . nick list ut preBLnt. Willium Leg-- r, Hire wus. days preaching at th.s plac, Sunday and sun of Pete Legcr, died a tew Sunday night. Ik v. Hopper conduct d tho bfirvicos. 'Mrs. Duck Johnson vishaiu.i SO-Mobley wal ited her daughter luH Sunday. Gauley, Jan. M. l .;t. vernou, m - l'ho Ladles' Aid Society met Thursness. Mrs. J. Henoin n LU n s- - day afternoon ac usual at Mrs. Pott's u,u was with he.-- nice?, Mrs. Clarnto homo. Mrs. Luclo Iti.tcr spun Inst Uuck Johnson. Howard, Suuday. Hill and Dob Hul- - Tucsdr.y with Mrs. jock returned to Dostcn ait' r kpjnd- - How many onjoyed tho story ot thu Ing a month with their parents. .Mr. Llmbcrlost Girl? I for ouo. KIMiMIIN and Mrs. J. C. Uullock. Mr. and 7dis. Dan M. Ponder epent last wosk with Kingston, Feb. 3. Green Durham Mrs. Pondero mother, Mrs. Martha and Cto. Moody havo purchased John Mulllns. J. c. Uullock was in Pino Uuchannan's farm at $70 por acr?. Hill on buslnccs, Wednesday. Clar- - Mr. Uucbnnnau will Ieavo the first of ence Howard Is ablo to bo out again, March for Missouri. Wllll'i llundy MUses Margaret and Nannie Hond purcLcccd a new buggy last vo'l spent Sunday-wittheir Krandfath r. Mies Proctor Vatcs will begin school J. C. Uullock. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie hero, Monday. "Mlsa Vena lur s Ponder visited W. M. Mobley, Sun- madrt a business trip to Uerca, Wedday. Mrs. Jaklo Ponder vlrlted Mr. nesday. George Poff, who l as been Harricon Ponder, Sunday. Miss H very sick for somo t'uie, Is b w'y slo Collins spent Sunday with Miss Improving. Tom Adams Is getting of laure) Crek has moved on a furnr near Hamilton, O. Mies Lily Raw r was recently married tu Millard Al leu. They will locate in lioone Count. i v. Viva, Jan. 3e F. C. Jones was in London last week on biulli.s. Mrs. Nannie Miller is veiy hick at tUU writing. Ml.s ICtlu .knes wus the KUMit of thu Him .Mitty nml Ailil Warner of Loiition, mid t mi. ibiy. Juiiies Clark and wife of Kuril iuic Springs Kriduy nljslit at I'. t u. Jones' on tlieir way iiuiim from Florida. Several Ixys nnd girls ficm this place are attending h h,ol tit Im1 UenwtHdt. I he in.n a w ll kIi .t down fur a wlulo on account of uo much wnter. Lincoln's Summer Home. Stuny six-n- fi a I? O A Tn rmnsjniv ' !iul)tlkht In ti n U'lilln ITnnan to tako up the task of organizing tho meuns of ultimate triumph out of what looked like ilofeat. Visitors to Washington today look nt thi summer homo of Lincoln with reverent Interest. It Ib about four miles from the Whlto Houso, to tho north, and though tall buildings Ilo between It nnd tho heart of tho city, a little vista has been kept opon through which may ho seen from tho grounds the dome of the Capitol. In tlin OWSLEY COUNTY Mk.,),,. i;iim mmi.i.i: Karnestvlllo, Jan. 27. Tho roads oxtremely bad hero now. S. P. Can- dill of Travelers Rest whllo out on a drumming trip was taken sick, and compelled to como homo last Wednesday. His brother went tut for him, Friday and Saturday. Ho iu much better and will go ou tho road today. J T. Gray and Richard Ward have Just, returned from Cartcrsvllle whero they have been visiting relatives. Husten Urnndeuburg U visaing friends and relatives In Ohio. Mrs. Kate Gray will start this wok to Midway to seo her sister who bu a. U. Caudlll from tuberculosis. Stanton was bora last week on business. J. U. Peters has Joined tho I. O. O. V. of Travelers Rut. Tho n-- othors. Dlsputanta. Feb. 1 W. S. Shearer lias sold 3,000 ttaves to a Mr. Hayea of Uerca. Win. Mulllns had a clrar- ing Inst Thursday and got a nlco lot of work done Our now spoko fac- tory has been In operation ssvcial days. The telephone line Is being extended from O. M. Payne's stoio to Wlldle. Feb. 1st and 2nd aro regular meeting days at Clear Creek. CharKy Drew and Oscar Owens made a business trip to Uerca to- day. Pert Martin of Scaffold Cano on Davis Dranch one day this nii't'T.TA Mr. mid .Mrs. Hudson und fuur ch.hir.ii of (Overton, Nebraska, vUlted with th ir uncle uud uuiit, Mr. mid .Mrs. O. 11. LubLard, from Thursday until Satur- day. 'Mike Jennings and Mis D ss.u VnnWliiMo of Hub place wire married, Wednesday night, at Richmond. Tho young couple let Imiii'dlat ly for Duuvlllo, ill. Hluford Jeun.ii .s slid wlfo moved Into Steve lloleomb'ts house, recently vacated by Will family. Mrs. Stella Smith mid laby, Kdward, oi MannfMd, 111., camo last Thursday for a two weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Uakcr. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Bop"r wcro tho guocta cf Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Uakcr, Sunday. Davlo Ilowlen, who was seriously hurt at Uerca a few weeks ago, Is slowly Improving. 'Mrs. Rachel Duck Is going to mako l"alnt Lick, l eb. 3. JOHN W. LANGLEV. Congressman from Tsnth District of Kentucky.