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E FAULKNER, toti-cfflc- Manager tntrrrt al Iht nt tltrta, A. , oj tttond Hnm Devoted to Fivo cenlH a copy. tlio revolt against tho Government has boon no far successful that This Mndero has ngrocd to resign. decision waH reached owing to tlio fact that tho Federal troops apparent- kTheInterests tlie Citizen ttie of !M!ouirLtQ.ixi 20, 1913 BEREA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FEBRUARY Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. People Ono Dollar n Vol. XIV. year. No. 31 Party Warfare in Mexico Tlio pant week bun witnessed seven) fighting between tlio forces of I)Im, who leads tlio revolt, and tlio Mndero, under forces Pmlcral tlio of head tho who Is at Government. Orent numbers bavo been killed, not only of tboso Intbo fighting ranks, but many cltlzcnB and a consdornblo number of foreign-er- a who unfortunately wero In raimo of tho machine Runs. Amongst these tho husband of a Kentucky brldowns killed In tho lobby of tlio hotel where Uioy wcro staying on their honeymoon trip. Constant (limits of Intervention have been mailo but tho United States Government does not consider Hint It Is autborlxcd to In tho matter. Dispatcher of Keb. lfath nnnounce VIRGINIA'S GREAT SON WASHINGTON In Memory ofBoy Corn Grower Lester Dryant, Kentucky's Hoys' Corn Club prlzo winner, who lost his llfo in Waahlngton a few weeks ago, becauso ho blew out tho gas Instead of turning It out In his lonely room, received high trlbuto from Congress, Monday, whllo tho agricultural npproprlntlon was under discussion. Congressman Helfln of Alabama, saying, "I want to lay a simple and doscrved trlbuto uiwn the new mado gravo of a llttlo Kentucky boy who was on tho corn boys' battle lino In tho battlo for bread," read tho following original poem: "The hoo that ho wielded Is covered with duct, And tho plow that ho. guided Is "My heart reaches out to his loved ones alone; For how radly they miss him thcro now, But God In Ills goodness will comfort tho homo Wlicro tho llttlo boy guided the plow." J. IV. Newman, Kentucky's Commissioner of Agriculture, has started a movement to raise a fund for n monument In memory of tho boy. Ho has purchased tho entire crop from tho boy's aero of land which ho is selling as seed corn, charging a dollar an ear, and expects to rnlso about 3,C00 In this way. Tho most enduring monument to still; tlio boy, however, will bo tho greater Tho traco chains are red with a yield of tho crops wherever an ear gathering rust, of his corn goes owing to Increased Whllo ho cloeps on the slope of Interest nnd tho new light thrown upon methods of production. tho bill. that ly wcro demoralized. Considerable numbers of them left tho scene of tattle Tlio result Is that Dlai and tho Ilcbel forces nro likely soon to bo In Tho IKisscsslon of Mexico City. destruction of properly and tho mutilation of flno buildings Is greatly to bo deplored, but most of alt Is tlio Inhuman and uncalled for killing cf peaceful cltlicnB and others who should bavo been removed from tho sceno of combnt by tho military au- thorities. Evidently Mexico Is a long ways distant from tho placo where sho Is capable of self government. The Fight of the Balkan States the Halknns Is very 'hands of Turkey. God speed tho day parties In tlio struggle when they shall bo freed. ' rcfuso to allow correspondents ot the America lyis had no small band In (front and tho military authorities this matter as many of tho leaders givo but very meager news. It seems 'in tho strugglo agalnBt Turkey bavo certain that thcro Is pnwpect ot a received their Impulse for frco govern-mcand their education In right defection on tlio part of Turkish troops If It lion not actually taken Inspirations within tho halls of Robert place. Tlio assassination of their fa- j College, established and malntnlncd vorite leader Is bitterly resented, and ' by American missionaries. that Knver I toy does not succeed In winYcaru ago Dr. Hamlin said ning tho troops to his leadership. when Iho uprising canio In Turkey Indeed hlH assassination has ben Robert College would bavo no' small reported though afterwards denied. Nq sbaro for, said he, "Wo have been countries on tho face of tho earth ! teaching civil government and the have been tho vIcUniB of sucb oiiprts-slo- Constitution of tho United States to and this generations, cruelty nnd ntrocltleu as these succeeding Halkan states have suffered at the teaching will bring fo'rtli fruit." News from Bear co ns both I n, nt Tlio statu of Virginia linn been called Hie old Do- minion Statu. For n ".rent many yearn it was lender nmong the states in wenlth nnd general prosperity. augmented It HMfe the linn producedthesomo liutnper crops Hiid ways, Her nation in very many wealth of InudHnrnof groat fertility nud her resources lisivo been well utilized. The product of her plantations cannot bo reckoned in dollars nnd cenls, for her best crop hnro not been inarketalile, nnd the commercial vnlno never can be estimated. The great product of Virginia nud her most valuable contribution wan tlint noble son whose birthday we commemorate this week. Dear to the hearts of his couiitnnien aa the years go by is the name Have you read his life nnd tho memory of George Washington. lately ? Do ynu recall his career as a boy mid n young mnn, his high purpose, his careful use of the oportunities that came to him, his determination to fit himself for the society of tho cultured and to lead a life of usefulness? Tho accuracy of his mind is Been iu the fact that his work ns surveyor was no well done that his lines stand approved today, Ho learned to endure hardships, toil, fatigue nnd hunger without complaint. Fortune smiled upon him and brought him into great wealth, but fortune nud nenlth, the smile of society nod association with meu of leisure, did not withdraw him from serious pursuits nor lend him into dissipation. What does not this country one to thin man who loved his native lnnd moro than he loved money? Is there not a need for a revival of the patriotism of Washington the patriotism that refused to make money out of the commonwealth? You renumber that he, at the close of the Revolutionary War, would nllovv Congress to do no moro than to repay tho ndvancen that he had made out of his owu fortune for his (!XouseH (is Commander in Chief. He refused to receive a men in high commercial life are ready salary even. And yet to cheat the Government by false customs entries, by creating a monopoly in steel armor plato and charging the Government extravagant prices for their product for which they ask the benefit of a protective tariff. Another Washington is needed for his oxample, for his integrity and to lend us out of this slough of selfishness on to the heights of 13. II. If. patriotism. jHV WgF mL ft 0kv UNITED STATES NEWS IN OURJWN STATE The Presidential Election-Hi- gh Trib The GovernorDefends Administration President Elect Wants Beckham ute to Sherman War in West VirState's Pension Law Woman Killginia N. C. R. Officers Punished Suffragette Hikers Taft and the ed In Breathitt Defunct Bank Paying up Oil Well In Morgan. Webb Bill Ethel Roosevelt Engaged. ELECTORAL VOTES COUNTED With marked ceremony the Sonata and tho House of Keprssjntat.vs canvassed tlio electoral vote of tho various states of tho Union, and offi cially declared that Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey and Thomas Marshall of Indiana aro elected President and Vlco President of tho United States. ly wcro marked Tho proceedings great interest and serious senatorial dignity. Tho House, however, Indulged In demonstrations of a somewhat noisy character. Tho count gavo Wilton and Marshall 435 votes, Roosevelt and Johnson SS and Taft and Butler 8 votes. TRIBUTE TO SHERMAN Special services In the Senate were held on tho 15th In memory of the late Vlca Pres. Sherman, In which Continued ou page five AS THE GOVERNOR SEES IT Governor McCrcary Issued a statement last week in reply to tho fre- SHOULD THE FARMER FOOT THE BILL? The state of Kentucky is uiifortutiately far behind the times in the matter of taxation laws. The Commission, appointed by the last General Assembly to investigate the taxation of the Btate and the systems used by other states, has made its report to the Governor with some suggestions of value. Their couclusion is that tho present system, while well adapted to the conditions existing when it was established, Iihb Jong since been outgrowu. It fails to produce the revenue that would be derived from other systems, nud lays the burden of taxation upon the farmer. More thnu this, it limits the industrial enterprise which would add largely to the revenue of the state, nnd is prohibitive to many industries which under other Inns would come to Kentucky. Under the present system the farmer who has an income of $500. in patjiny 10 jirrtm, or $50. tax, while the owner of ttocks and bond or the manufacturer who ha an income of $780. is paying only $10 tax. Tho Commission called to mind the well know fact Hint there is grent evasion and falsifying in the matter of returns of intnugiblo property which iu turu lends to the assessment of real estate far lielovv its value and results iu an inequality of assessment in the different conn ties that cannot be corrected. n A constitutional amendment providing for another system of entirely different is strongly ndvocuted. This proposed amendment should ho very carefully studied by nil tax payers and voters, as it will offect very materially the welfare of the state. Certain absurdities are brought out. The revenue from the dog tax alone in 1012 was $127,051 , while the revenue received from taxations on corporations, credits, stocks and bonds amounted only to $127,(520, which is $20. less than that received from the dog tax. The Kentucky voters should bid a hasty farewell tothe present fossil-ir.e- d and decidedly antique system of taxation which has become useB. H. K. less through advanced age. tax-ntio- quent charge that tho last Logisla-latur- o was moro extravagant In Its appropriations than tho first Legislature of tho preceding administration, Tho statement claims that at the beginning of tho present administration thcro was outstanding an indebtedness of $S09,439.0(), tind at tho beginning of tho previous administration a surplus ot (13,711.73. Tho appropriations made by the first Legislature of the Wilson administration BEGINNING NEXT WEEK WORLD NEWS Our Kastern Kentucky news lngo the Items Is becoming Reply But Concades from ono or two places having to be England Mikes Nothing To Ask the Sultin's Help left out this week. In order to give All Eyes on Uncle Sam. moro room, beginning with our next Issue, wo shall put tho news from KEPLY TO KNOX'8 NOTE Silver Creek, Marts. Dig Hill, Slato Great Ilrltaln'a reply to Secretary Lick and Hickory Plains Lick, Hluo on our locnl page under their rciec-tlv- o Knox's recent nolo explaining tho re-- 1 heads, theso places all being 'position of tho United States as practically local. ganlB Innama Canal tolls Is and closo to to reach Washington soon. twoIoTuMtTstories It Is claimed that tho reply Is In no senso In tho naturo of a concesFor qulto a while wo bavo been sion but a further explanation of tho running Interesting two column Tor- position ot Great Britain. ies on pago 3, nnd tho ono this week APPEAL TO THE SULTAN wo think will prove of Interest. Theso stories will bo continued In the fu- i Tho Sultan of Turkey la to bo to by tho United States in ture. the poruni of Mnjcr J. P. FIul y, U. 3. A., to use his Influcnco with our MISS BOWERSOXJS ADDRESS ' Mohammedan subjects In tho PhilipOn our local pngo will be found n pines In brlnglug them to submit to roferenco to tho Interesting address tho United Stutea Government. The of Mis Ilowersox mado before the Sultan will bo asked to Insure tho MusscluiaiiB that their religion will Clio Club last week. Wo havo secured tho addrvtw and bo resiected. exacted to publish It this week, but WATCHING UNCLE SAM could not find room for It nnd tire Tho situation In Mexico Is being holding It over for our Issuo next watched closely by European Govern-- i week. parvnts ments, nnd incidentally the actiou of It will be of Interest to all Undo Sam Is being scrutinized. Ow- -' and wo hopo to securb for It a wide Ing to tho Monroe Doctrine, tho Unit rending. ed States Government will bo hld morally responsible for tho lives of A TELEGRAPH STORY any forolgu subjects lost In tho conOn pago five, will bo found n stant strife mid tho destruction if telegraph stovy by Mr. C. S. Knight, foreign property as well. Supt. of Kxtcuclon and Manager (f tho lkreu Tvlegrnpli School. Mr. Knight shows how his interest WANG DR. CHANG-CHUwas fixed in telegraphy and Incidentally bow tho entire community was benefited In the establishment ot a rural telegraph lino Just for tlio fun of It. lb-rcexp.-ct-o- d J , I I N amounted to $1,3s9,023.g3 according to tho auditor's statement, whllo appro priations ot the last Legislature only Lamounted to $575,244.08. WILSON FOR BECKHAM A Washington report credits President Wilson with favoring tho election of former Governor Beckham to tho United Statces Senato to succeed Senator Bradley. Tho statement doss not declare that President Elect Wilson has openly expressed himself In favor or Mi. Beckham, but that their likes and dislikes aro tho samo and that they stand for tho samo things in national politics and, wlthall, aro closo and confidential friends. Mr. Wilson Is said to expect great aid from Mr. Beckham In carrying out his policies If tho latter Is elected. STATE PENSION ROLL Tho Confederate pension payroll is estimated at $31,000, which amount has been passed on by tho Pension Board. Thero nro very many applications yat to bo acted upon, as there aro between five nnd six thousand old In tlio stato. Should tho next legislature niako theso eligible, tho annual penclon roll, Instend of bains 131,000 will bo nearer $400,000. A deficit of $2,500,000 In state finances la the vory Interesting prop- josltlon that Is beforo tho stato au-- I thorltlos, and it may result In Increasing tho tax rate. WOMEN KILLED IN BREATHITT Meager roportB havo rencbed Ja;k- son, Breathitt County., of tho klll-- I Ing of Mrs. Salllo Nicks ut the mouth Jot Buckhorn Creek, Sunday. Collio Collins Is accused ot tho deed, On tho samo day Mrs. Ruth Calla- i Cmtttmirfl on race I'ive tol-dle- rs ALTON B. PARKER rived In Bcrea, Wednesday morning, at tho Invitation of tho city council Of All Cases Examined 21.8 Per Cent and gavo an address at tho BaptlBt Infected, Out Only Half Are Free Church In tho evening on the subject from All Parasites. of "Sanitation and Health." STILL FINDING HOOKWORM Or. Lock and his nsslstants are Mill kept busy making examinations for hookworm. Tho total number of spvcl-mereported up to Tuesday night was 1,476, of which 323 were found to havo hookworm, 311 round worm, 181 stomach worm, 27 dwarf tape nud 2 pin worm. 713 wero found to bo frco from any parasites. It will thus bo sc;u Hint 2I.S p r ront of all examined aro Infect d with hookworm, but that nearly halt bavo souio parasite. If specimens continue to bo hnud?d In, as Is very likely, tho wcrk will bo continued through next week. 1). Lock, however will bo away, Monday, for a lecture nt Williamsburg. Tho abovo figures aro roally btnrt- Uug nnd should bo sufficient to arouso tlio community, and while cxaminntl n Is free no ono should fall to talto advautago of it. Hookworm oxltts In Uorea nud vicinity nud this opportunity should bo taken to exterminate It. Dr. E. II. Mark of tho Stato Hoard of Health, Sanitary Engineer, ar A BRUTAL MURDER Consumptive Lured to Lonely Spot and Killed by Boys. Hickman, Ky., Feb. 17. 1913. Tho body of John Kltchlo was found yesterday beneath a bluff on tho bank ot tho Mississippi Klver where bo had been thrown after his skull had been crushed. His pockets were turned out. It Is evident that the dead man had been struck fceveral times on tho head with a blunt instrument. u Beforo tho body was removed fuud was started by tho spectators to procure blood hounds to traco the murderer, a 19 year old boy by tho name of Dick Shelby contributing CO cents. Ho was arretted beforo ho left tho spot, accused of tho trim; and confessed that ho bad done tlu deed In order to get $110 which be know Ultchlo had. Ho Implicated another boy and told where halt of the money could bo found. Judge Parker and Senator Root have been named by the American committee on the celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of peace among English speaking people In 1914-1- 5 to wait upon President-elec- t Wilson and discuss with him possible legislation having to do with the cen-- i ttnnlal. ' I I CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE PACK ONE pr" m' sssl tilled the Oliver! If the bone feel that way, bow do you suppose the man' ,'who has been holding the bandies feel? Probably mighty well satis--, (ed with himself, and glad be'i alive. Ho has done more wotl. better work, and with greater ease simply because he used an Editorials. Nowb or Uiu Week. PAGE TWO. Editorials. Tho DoyB' Corn Club. Teiiipoiuuco. bundiiy School Lessen. 1'AGH THREE Girl Gardeners. Tho Trust Problem. Tho High Cost of Souls. PAGE KOUH Pleads for United Party Vang, M. A., Ph. D., Yale, '08, veteran of the battles that overthrew the oldest empire In the world, member of the fifth International congress held In Boston, and associate director of the Chang-ChuPeking-Mukde- Iovnl Items. Kentucky System of Tnxtitlon. PAGE FIVE Homo Town Helps. United Staid News (continued), Stato News (continued). PAGE SIX railway. school tn x k simply a lonir time In vestment In brains; therefore Ihe ele mil iimxliiiu should not be "HON SMALL A TAX CAN WE Gin ALONG WITIIV but "HOW Mt'CI TO ADVAS ,3 AN Wll INVEST I'AGi:" It I u business propo.lt u jure uud ilmplu. A Nw Serial Story, PAGE SEVEN Intensive Farming. Farm and Garden. PAGE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky News. I'realdcnt Tuft with several Cub.uet Bourko Cochran, and Col Roosevelt, and who declared emphatically against members, a forco of gavernyiB other men of distinction wero guests any union between tho Republican at tho Union Leaguo Club dinner in and Progresslvo parties. Ho stat d honor of Abraham Lincoln. In tin that tbo Progressive party would rent main aloof from both tha boss court) ot his spaecb, tho aud pr.vll gj rldd niurtiesthat stated that ho hoped for a uu.ted had hitherto divided tho citliui oto. party, aud desired to sco tho His address was tho first political return t tho standard. utterance bo bos mado in sjverul Roosevelt declares for no compromouths. mise. At tho Lincoln's Day dnu-cf tho National Progressive Club L',000 persona wero seated at tho taFaith, Hopo, lovo; tbo greatest ot bles, and huudredsof Bpectatois wcro theso Iu lovo. Iu tho balcony. Speeches wero mado by Bovvrldgo, Strauss ot Now York, Don't wasto tlmo. l'r-'bld coii-trol.- 'd Why don't you be one of these men? We will bo glad to show you the plow to answer questions and to convince you that thia la tho plow for you to buy. OLIVER PLOW. 3 AND REMEMBER THEY'RE "BTJIIT FOR SERVICE" R. H. CHRISM AN, The Furniture Man Page Two. coplc know your outward your actions, y.nir You, nnd )ou alone, know your A family newspaper (or ill that It right, your ambitions, your thoughts. true and Intareitinf. "Arc you ratlsfbd with yourself? It Is your own fault If you nre I'uMtaltril every Thursday t Hcrr'a, Ky not. Aro you sit Iff led that you tho best joti can In your work, BEREA PUBLISHING CO. Hint you are malting the most of y. tir (InrnrHirnti-lJ, P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager tlmo? Aro you confident that .jour conduct towntd yeur fnm ly, your Subscription Kates friends, your neighbors your em PAVAIIt.lt IN AllVANCH ployer, cannot bo Improved? Ii nu One Yr "Look yourself straight In tho face to' this morning, In your mind's looking-glas- s. Hi Month" Thrre Montlii Ask yourself whether It Is or Ktprrs Money what peoplo say aliout you or what hrtul nmncv lt Onlrr. l)rafl,'KrRl(ciol l.tllrr. or one ami you aro that hurts. Analyze your own cent utanip. The dale after mtr name on latwl tnms to conduct In all matters. l pilil II is not If what ilale ynnr 'Tut yourself In tho other fellow's ehanerrf within three nceka after iriienal notify n. placo and try to seo your notions thru up1leil if e his eyes. Imnglno lll lie rI.hH Mlminc number that you are your rr notified. any who obtain new employer Instead of y:ursif. Answ-Literal terms gUen to Any one ettitiitK u four aiilicriptlnti for n honestly whether If he knew ns much 5 early nihxriptioin ran rtceiteTheCitircn free torlifnWIf for one enr. about you as you know nlout yourAcUriti.lnR tntraon application. self ho would discharge you or would rnlso your wages. If you do this conHlillllk OK scientiously there arc many things you will do differently. "Remember this, too. Other p?ople's opinion of you Is based on your own opinion of yourself. Are you Other iieoplo will respect j ou. Are you truthful? The world will rKHS.H ASSOCIATION. KKNTUCKV believe you. Are you honest? Kvery-on- o will trust you. BROTHER DUTTON. Ilut weigh yourself carefully. lie A tliln fa. c. high brow, lone heard, tousled head, shrewd, kindly eye- - certain that your own opinion cf jour-sel- f Is Justified, lie satisfied with that's llrotlier Uutton years he tins toiled yourself." Kor twoni-elgh- t In the leper roltmy of Moloknl. TONV DONATO, HERO. Moloknl. called by Stephenson it bracket In the nll." is n lonely Island Tony Douato. an Italian section mnn. of the PacLc huddled nt the foot f n was lu the employ of the New York. tiTctik preel, .ce sheer '.UXXi feet high New In veil nnd Hnrtford railroad. Uutton wn the nsdstnnt to For nearly twenty years he had faithful service A wife and six little girls were enFnthcr Onmlen, golug nbout caring fur tho alck, tending, teaching, comforting, tirely dependent upon his labors. during the life of tho heroic priest. 11111!' One day last May with others he Whou tho hitter died succeeded him. wns working on the trncks nenr the t tpntrter of u ecu New Haven deKt. An express train Kor tuore thun tury this reiiinrkatile 1111111 tins worked was coming In over the freight tracks at his task, mid now come the news Donnto saw that n heavy tie was lyttint he hns nt Inst liecotue Infected ing upon the tracks. with the loathsome, deadly leprosy nnd Quickly the Italian leaped dowu nnd must seal his devotion liy it alow and threw off the tie. Itefore he could lingering living death. Jump back to safety the engine cnugli Dutton served through the elvll war. him anil crushed out his life. enlisting at .lanesvllle, Wis. and made He had averted a catastrophe. a gnllnut record, tie won distinction At first the railroad company refuse, "promoted to the rank or to pay more than the funeral expeu-..-anand was major. a month's wages to Donnto's fan. Like his master, he saved others Ily. Charitable persons Intervene!' himself he cannot save. nnd the company Dually paid the des Shortly following the war he sudden tltule fnniilv .:t.(lO ly entered a monastery, where he reThe sum should have lsen T.Y(XK). Disappointmained for two yearn. of a bu Is said to have the minimum pay for tb lots ment In a love affair been the reason for his withdrawal mau life. Now there Is n movement to itvur s from the world. While In the motinstcry he heard of the Cnrnegli) hero fund, a fund that U the work being done by Father Dnuilcu distributed to thtf survivors uf thosa and thereupon dedicated Ills life ! who distinguish themselves for bruv. cry In ths saving of human llvaa. Ho service for the colony. . With that puroso In view he started far this attempt hns boeu uuauccuaa-fulFrnneiM-as an emigrant for San This Is tbo objection offered : From there he shipped for Honolulu Donnto. It la claimed by tha truatwia being registered on bonrd ship ns a "servant." He says that was "the of the fund, was killed while lu llix discharge of his duty nnd therefore la only occupation he could state." not entitled to recognition. And appropriately. Forsooth! Ills Is a life of service. horo In the perCannot a man bo Brother Dutton Is a different type Is nut the from Fnther Danilen, who was pre formance of his duty) eminently n spiritual lender. bravo engineer who goes dowu with Dutton is a tnnn of affairs, hearty, his engine lu order to snvo his pnasen-gor- s wholesome, genial and gifted ns an merely doing his duty? And Is executive, nnd has been of great as he any the leas a heroj slstnnce to the "butt ends of humanity" Hut who compose the leper settlement. In this case tho objection cannot In 1008 he succeeded lu getting the hold.- - Donnto wns not engaged tn the Atlantic fleet. In its trip around the mere performance of his duty. He world, to pass close to the leper Island wns not paid to mnove ties from the and maueiiver ns a spectacle for the track at the. risk of hit life. ravished eyes of the unfortunates Donato did this gracious deed solely That was n gracious act of our gov from an unselfish Impulse. Ho wanted I crnuient. which granted Dutton's pet to save the train and the people. tlon. He wns only an Italian workuia- nAnd now the brave, helpful brother Dut a hero nevertheless. of the outcasts, beyond the pale with Can there be anything In the fact his lepers. Is called upon to make tlx that Douato happened to U an Italfinal saerillcu and die the death of a ian? Is there prejudice because the martyr. He Is to give the last full hero was a "dago?" measure of devotion to tho unclenn Only a dago, but Seldom lu the annuls of heroic reIlls family was as dear to him as nunciation Is there to be found a his yours Is to you. and he to lire, tory of self sacrifice that will match ns do you In obediencedesiredmerciful to a tbo ministry of tho hero of Moloknl. Impulse he tiled to save others. The Carnegie hero fund trustees will THE DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FOR wait long beforo they receive an application so worthy. A STINGY MAN An Experiment With Hape. In tho January Woman's Homo Com. In Wisconsin two tests of the value panlon appears a story In which Is of rape for growing hogs were made, the related nn account of a prescription the llrst with Poland Chlnns nud each second with Chester Whites. In given to an oxcoodlngly stingy farmthe pigs were divided Into two er by a doctor. Tho farmer took tho case ono of which received grain with The lots, prescription to tho druggist. rape pasture and the other grain alone druggist told tho farmer that ho In the first trial the pigs on rape mi could not fill tho proscription nnd suiued 710 pounds less of corn and :."" said to tho farmer: "If you will read ion uds less of iniildllngH In maklir: lu the 8.VJ pounds of guln It yourself you will seo why." Whereupon tho farmer udjusted his glass s trial the rne hogs consumed ,ssu pounds less of coru nnd III Kinnd and read to hla astonishment; In making "Ono hired girl to bo taken us bow less of middlingsSummarizing the re got her, and kopt constant- pounds of galu as you can suits. It was found that nn acre of rape ly on hand thereafter. for bog pasture Is equivalent to '.M'JK) "A few new dresses that tho wives pounds of grain for pis feeding, and of your hired men wouldn't bo asham- the pigs do their own harvesting ed to wear, and a now hat and wrap to rcplaco thoso you bought her lant Tha Good Shepherd. thirteen years ago. "The Lord la thy keeper." Pi. exxt, S. "All to bo tinctured with at We may He down In peace, and as much dally consideration as you sleep In safety, because the Shepherd of Israel neither slumbers nor sleeps. bestow upon your cattle," No foe or thing of aril can ever surprise our Ounrdlsn, or SATISFY YOURSELF overcome our Almighty Deliverer. He In a llttlo artlclo in tho January bat once laid down his life for the American Magazine William Johnston sheep; but now he ever llveth to care for them, and to Insure to them all says: Is needful life "It is not what people say about that which Is tofor this her.and for come. that J. II. you It's what you aro that counts. Taylor. Tho ono parson In all this world whom you should aim to satisfy Is Do good with what thou hast, or yourself. You alone know yourself. it will do thoo no good. Win. l'enn. Other THE CITIZEN dds. n, Fobetiary ao, 19 3 1 - The Citizen The Boys' Corn Club Boys Are Getting Busy Testing Their Seed Corn It does Keeiti odd that more farmers ami their sons have not done seed (rutins' In the years that have passed nnd saved themselves nny nnimint of twirry and bother 11ml los of time nnd money. Last season a number of the buys In the clubs used shelled seed mm that was iHiught or furnished them nnd learned In their sorrow that It was Mor seed. Their stand of corn was miserable, and at the very outset of the contest their elmnoes for a prize whs cunt'. Many of the bojs lu the hoys' corn clubs have learned their lesson nnd are bus) these winter days. Some of them lire prize winners of other others me the fellows that have shut their teeth hard and nre going to try ngnlti. Itoth kinds nre going to test their turn so that there will Ik no rhniice of a stand that "III have to be replanted, The buys are using old Imxes that enu Is- - cut down to the required size or Ihey are tanking boxes from any old lumber that Is lying about the farm to use for their testing Ixixes. Nothing line or especially god looking U tiecos ary. .lust a shillow Im nlKiut 10 by 1.1 Inches Is nil that Is needed to test from 1(H) to l.'iil ears of corn. These Isixes enn be made and the corn tested now. while there Is 110 danger of Its getting In the way of any of the spring rush work. The nulls which are driven Into the edge of the box are an Inch apart, so that string may lie drawn across from both directions Much square Inch sea-sou- iKItDNATIONAL I'hilt ' SNDAYSCIIOOL (Conducted b th National Voman-' llan Timtierame fn'-i- Lesson my PKt.t.KltS, Director nf llepurtnifnl Tim Mixxlr llllile lg. Illute of Chicago.) K- AFTER YOUR BOY AND MINE la O, Kr-n- lti Crouching Wolf of Strong Drink Dealde Cradle of Sleeping Darling. Blue-Eye- LESSON FOR FEBRUARY ABRAM t.KSSON TCXT (KII.III'.N TKXT It 23 lwt-tflic- c lo ' ' r m si'i:oiti:d si:i:d 11 coit.v 1 ren-tere- 11 nutllntsl by the slrlugs U enough space In which to plant six grains of corn, nnd that Is enough to determine whether an ear of corn will do for weed or not. In selecting the grains from each ear of turn that Is to be tested remember that grain should be taken from each of the different parts of the ear. This of course means running from butt to tip and around the entire elreumfer- once As the xl grains selected from the ear nre placed lu the moist enrth or sand, mark the square and the ear with the same number so you will .know which ears to keep and which to discard. When your testing ls. looks ns fur ndvnnced as the one lu the photo It will be an easy matter for you to decide which ears to keep for seed. If six 'strong, healthy plants come from the six grains planted you have a erfect ear of seed corn. If four have come It Is questionable. Less than four menus only half a stand nt planting time, nnd the ear must be discarded, The boys who are members of the boys' corn clubs of Kentucky have made their fathers nnd their big brothers who thought they knew everything nbout corn growing sit up nnd take notice. There Is still a chance to tench them the value of the com tester, so let each nud every corn club Ijoy test his IF THH ItOYS WHO (ilCF.W ONK IIUNDItllD seed corn this spring. "Tho liquor people are after your boy nnd mine, and you cannot settle this question on tho principle of high or low license. It Is n principle thai does not settlo anything by tho stand an! of right nnd wrong and until It l'i settled this way tho liquor peoplo will continue to be after you, after our Isiys nud girls nnd nfter mine. And I want to say to you fathers nnd mothers, that you have not In your midst tonight n single cradle wherein Is darling, but that sleeping a blue-eyebesldo tlint cradle la crouching tho wolf of strong drink, said Judge J C McWhorler of West Virginia lu n speech. "You have not a child that runs romping nud playing, but that over It hovers the vulture of tint You cannot send one of yiur saloon children tiion nu errand upon the street tonlKht. hut that tho serpent of strong drink Is following Uxn his nnd trail. From out the shadows darkness nil nbout you, there Is reaching the gaunt nud bony hand of thu saloon nfter your boys and girls, and the saloon must hnvo these boys and girls for the money It pays the state, or go out of business. Tho question Is whether you want to supply tho children or whether you want somebody elao to supply them." re-e- AND LOT. lrn. II "Th MsilnK of tnnkplh rich, ami tin ml.leth no l'rov 10 IT. sorrows therewith During the tlmo thnt Intervened between this nnd Inst week's lesion we rend of Abrnm's Journuy "down Into Kgypt." n story that Is rich with suggestive typical lessons. Abrnm's Is discovered by Pharaoh and he Is tho Is driven from Kgypt. Fenr root of unbelief, and when wo fall we nre sure to carry somo ono with us. Ilut n man's sin Is sure to bo discovered, so It wns that "Phnrnoh commanded his men, mid they sent him nway. and his wife, nnd all thnt tin had" Kgypt, n typo of tho world, turned Abratn out (I2 !0I when ho tried tho "good Lord good devil" mode of life. Compromise and separation are not compatible Leiaon'a Picture. I "Up Out of Egypt," vv I S. Again wo have presented the lesson of separation. This portion Is n great pic ture of repentance. At) ram cnrrled with him not only his own posseaalona but also those of his nephew I.ot. Notice, A bra m's wenlth did not mnke him acceptable In Kgypt. Tho world desires not nlone thn wenlth of a man, but also the man hnck of the wealth, Agntn Ahrnm turns from conflict unto Ilethel, the house of Cod. that place of confession, of consecration, and of de-c- LIQUOR Women TRAFFIC Have Become IN So NIGERIA Degraded nusiini.s COItN. HOW AltOUT to Tin: acini think VOL'? it fays to tf.st thkiu slhd 11 THE WEST PORTLAND TELEGRAPH. wero eager to (onntct. And so It camo nlout that the sight COMPANY of men nnd boys busily engaged 111 digging lutes Into the n A TRUE STORY ground through tho snow nnd the By Chat. S. Knight rapid erection of a long extenk church In wes- sion to tho Hue, awakened 110 grt-a- t Near an tern New Yorn, there once lived a surpilso among tho gocd iieoplo tf boy who looked forward to the hour tho neighborhood, who were fast following prayer meeting on Wednescoming to look upon tho lino with n day night, as tho haplest hour of tho ii'rtaln degree of civic pride. father week, for at this hour his This second extension worked to would read aloud to tho assembled vscll nnd tho lino Immediately beCompanion, family from The Youth's came so iopuIar, that It was still whoso weekly arrival was hailed with farther extended to connect with no delight. less a person than tho telegraph exOn tho particular night on which pert who handled tho Western Union our story begins tho paper contaln-- d wires In the grf-.- it hotel at Chautnuqun, a thrlllng account of a boy's telegraph N. Y., during tho summer assembly, line; how It was used by the ton of and gave his attention to thu a desperado to save a train from beof grapes during tho rest of the ing wrecked and robbed by lils year. Ueforo long somo one projioJ-e- d father's gang. This story, which was that they hold monthly meetings entitled "Tho Spring Hill Telegraph," lu tho different hcms along tho line. mado bo deep n Impression on the This proiwiltloi, meeting wltli universal approval, the meetings were accordingly begun, nnd won carried on for several years to tho entiro of tho wholo telegraph for thoso meetings not inly nfforded an opportunity to transact the necessary business in connection with the line, hut word mado an cccaslou for social Int(ic3iirte, and thu exerclso cf whatever musical and literary taints tho different nuiubiu Ksscssed. Om of these boelnl gatherings held at New Year's time lu a convenient house, with a program consluting of songs, recitations, original !ociii8 and essays, hhiji half-frozeold-bric11 natls-factly, oyt-.tt-- encouragement. These returning pilgrims were not ordinary men, no more Is the man who Is In Christ, nnd Rod was already the foreign missionary organizations given evidence of the blessing promIt was tha writer' of the world ised to Abrnm (II 2) and of thnt maJuly It. terial blessing so definitely promised prlvllego to bo In 1911. when n delegation of one hunWo of Jacob. to tho descendnnta dred missionary representatives laid rend (v S) "their substance was cabinet grent " Ilut there Is far grenter danthe matter before the Hrltlsh requesting tho Ilrltlrh government to ger however In material prosperity call n conference of the world power than In adversity This was n greater lllshop Tugwell, danger to these pilgrims than Hint of In regnrd to Africa a bishop of the Church or Kngland. the Cnnnanltes who dwelt In tbo land whoso diocese Is northern and southII. "And There Was Strife," vv. 6 9. ern Nigeria, said- "Tho women havo Thn evidence of this danger manifestbecome so degraded that they pawn ed Itself when It wns found that the their children to get gin." land could not support both A brum ami Tho conference of world powers I.ot Iv. 6). Paul calls Timothy's atKngland. wna called Janunry. 1912. tention to this same danger (I Tim. Germany nnd one or two other pownnd we are constantly seeing It ers were willing to atop thla destruc- Illustrated nil nlKiut us. tion of missionary work, but Frnnco Lot's Hletory. and Itelglum nnd Holland refused to with Abrnm Lot waa Journeying stop the snlo to tho natives Hervey rather than with Jehovah (12:3), Wood In the National Advocate doubtless In a great measure ho waa One of the snildeat facta In connection with the liquor traffic Is that snld traffic Ts destroying tho work of all WORKINGMAN AND SALOON Be- That They Pawn Their Children to Get Gin. Total Abatalner Haa Preference cause He Can Be Relied Upon to Be at Hla Work. governed by cupidity and when he beheld Abrnm's Millions in America profit curity nnd the prosperity of so selfishness prosperity. by the sethis which na- nearly approaches a Christian L-a- ever-watchf- and toasts, together with a mot interesting and rather remnrkubla prophRev. Chas. Spurgeon Knight ecy of the Chautauqua ojierator tf thu changing scenes in tho lives if boy that ho determined to build Just tho different members. This marked such a lino whenever tho opportunity the high tido of the lino's popularity. Uut what Is perhaps moro rcmark-ablbhould present itself. Years passed, but tho idea ncvT tho prophecy was fulfilled; at left him. Soon a new neighbor mov- least In tho cjsj of one boy, who afhouso, nnd when ho ter n successful career us a railed Into a noar-hdiscovered that this neighbor had road opcratcr, did brcJino the head sotno knowledge of telegraphy, and of a real llva telegraph school that possessed two sets of Instruments, has already attracted samo attention they woro not long In becoming faot In ono of our Southern States. many days a wire friends. For a number ef yenra tho old was stretched connecting the two lino continued to prosper, until one homes, and tho llttlo hras3 lnstiu-menby 0110 tho boys left home to entir wero kept merrily clattering tho battlo of llfo for themselves. during every sparo mlnuto by day Then tho old Instruments that had and by night. clicked away so ninny happy hours Soon another boy llvlug not far wero taken out and tclojihones put ' fills away wished to connect with In their places to accommodate thoso many weeks had pasb-e- d who had never lino, and beforo learned tho telegraphlleforo er's art. And several others applied. for yeurs It ssrved his frfnds had dono with ridicule and tills purposo well. Hut with tho adobjection, a wire sotno two miles 111 vent of tho tclcphono lino that conlength stretched along tho road nnd nected tho farmers with their friends tho fields, connecting flvo or nnd business associates In acrois tho towns, was six farm homes. Presently It tho old lino fell Into disuse. noised nbout that certain peoplo wcro As ono of thoso boy), I meat having a splendid time Bending and hopo that this llttlo narrattvo receiving messages, and carrying 011 Interesting conversation during the may oncourago other boys to Invest long winter evenings, while tho Icy their energy and tlmo In a fclmllnr afwinds plied tha drifting snows along way, and If tho resulting lines tho country roads. Tills was too much ford one halt tho satisfaction and 1 shall bo for those who wore not Included on Joy that oura did to us, tho lino, and tho boys wcro fccon bo-- very clad Indeed that I have .told this sieged with requests from others, who , slmplo story. hMt." o, y ts I have worked In the factories, mills and mines of thla country for ninny long years, nnd have seen tho whlrh Inter rerulted In sorrow and effect of tho liquor traffic upon tho seand In his being shorn of nil curity of the workwoman's employ- sadness selfishly acquired prosperity of his In all Iegltlmnto occupations, ment. I.ot had no particular claim upon the totnl abstainer hns the preference, Ahrnm nor have wo In our own right, for ho can be relied upon to bo at his or because of our own merit, upon work when he Is expected, and not or be caureof our own merit, upon (5od. spend or one half of the first Is so little that divides most of part of each week In getting over the There so much thnt we hold In comus nnd Influences of a drunken carousal The mon that It Is hut little short of crimrailroad companies will not employ an inal to waste our energy upon thnt engineer or a conductor that fre- whlrh is ephemeral or of alight Imquents the saloon, and in many other portance What a difference In the industrial walks the same rule ob- choice of Lot nnd that of Abratn. One tains P.vcryono backs such corporaentered Into tae path of tho wicked. tions up in tills stand, and the work Prov 4:14, 15, while the other Into Ingmen nre beginning to realize what tho path that "shlneth moro nnd moro such a prnctlce means to them When unto tho perfect duy." Prov. 4:18. they fwily npprrclate tho situation, HI. "And Lot . . . Deheld All the there will he an nhsoluto end to thn Plain of Jordan." vv. Larking liquor tralllc tho counsel nnd guidance of Jehovah I.ot followed tho choice that which IS IT RIGHT? was pleasing to tbo eyes and mado a Is It right to build churches to rave sorry mess of It. for In tin) end ho was men, and nt tho same time llcensn n great loser. Already the land was doomed (v. 10) and so today the man shops that destroy men? Is It right tn license n man to sell who chooses the world In preference that which will make a man drunk, to Christ makes a bad bargain (I John and tho greater condemnation Is and then punish tho mnn for being his for he makes his choice In thn bias-Indrunk light of nearly twenty centuries of Is It right to license a man to make paupers, and then to tax sober men tho Ooapel, Lot mado a willing a superficial cholcn and enme to tnko caro of them? 16:28. Is It right to license n ealonn to near losing bis own oul, Mntt, Ho deliberately entered Into teach vice and then to tax peoplo for danger when ho "pitched bis tent toschools to teach virtue? Is it right to derive a revneus out wards Sodom." Tho believers peril Is Journey (v. 11) led of a traffic which no decent man de- worldllness. nt Inst to Sodom v 12. fends? Abram aspired to know Ood. Lot Is It right to teach your boy to be possess thn things honest, nnd then vote to license a had an ambition to placo where he may bo taught to of tlmo nnd ncnso. Abrnm coveted righteousness (Matt. 6). I.ot Boveted gamble? only. Well haa Is It right to take enro of your own nucccss In this llfo your boy, and vote to license a pluce Ooethe exclaimed, "Chooso well; yet It Is endless." which will ruin your neighbor's boy? cholco Is brief and Is It right tn prench Justice and Kternlty nlonn will reveal the results upon charity, and then vote to license a of our cholco of surroundings, upon and or- ourselves, upon our families and thing which robs tho widows our friends. phans of their broad? Kxchange. IV. "Lift Up Thine Eyee," vv, After separation comes fellowship and No Government Dar, frultfulness. God Invited Abram to The Canadian government, following arise and to Inspect his promised posthe lead of tho United States, recently sessions. So may we contemplate the prohibited the sale of Intoxicating vast possessions Ood has promised liquors In the army canteens. The us In Christ Jesus, Rom. 8:17, 2 Cor. liquor dealers have been making sub- 4:18. After our separation and our fellowship comes true frultfulness and tle attempts to restore the army but Colonel Hughes, minister prosperity, I Tim. 4:18. Abram wont of mllltla. has put a quietus on the to Hebron (which means fellowship), movement, statins; that the "govern- and there tn the midst of Manue ment will not act as bartender to (which means fatness) ho built an unto Ood. Worship and sacrifice erve drinks to fellows who are foolish enough to be addicted to the go hand In hand today at they did III tion and yet In scorn or In neglect refuse to believe In or to serve the Cod The wholn who sends the blessing. history of Is ono of selfishness, Iit one-thir- 10-1- g 14-1- grog-serie- al-t- agtMi past. February ao, 1913 THE CITIZEN. Page Three. RARE PORTRAIT OF "HONEST ABE" WORK OF THE GIRL GARDENERS One Way Ml WOMtN INGENERAL ar'iaisM 'rMMk 4ilMMr "MMMw Regulate Unfair Ono Woman Taught to Discriminate Between Real Love to Solve Picture Believed to Have Been They Raise Tomatoes While the Taken for Purposes of Presidential Campaign. Boys Raise Corn. IS NOW AT LEWiSTON, MAINE Hlttory of the Picture It Fragmentary, Though It Seems Most Probable It Wat Made at Qulncy, III., In the Y& and Sham. Dy A. MARIA CRAWFORD. "Many a man falls to marry ho Is afraid of being rofuscd by tho ono woman ho wonts," asserted Hob Thome, for ten years tho most desirable bachelor In tho town "You ossumo to grant, then," Interposed Mnbel St. John from tho other sldo of tho dinner tnble, "that old bachelors, llko old maids, seldom find When they were outsldo In the big deserted street, Thorno suggested that they walk to tho entertainment. "It Is n lovely night," agreed Anno. "Suppose we do!" "Anne," snld Thorno when they had walked along In. silence for n little way, "do you remember that summer six years ago when you camo here to live?" "Yes. You wcro very good to mo In the Price Trust HAVE CANNING CLUBS TOO, Problem The Splendid Movement Wat Started by a Strong Minded Teacher and a Few Far Seeing Parents Mary Rog- ri, Who Canned 238 Quarte. rm Cutting Methods Lawyer and Economist, of Boston tho woman quietly. "1 was young and you taught mo much about llfo that otherwise 1 must hnve learned by experience bit- those days," answered Year 1848. a tho country. Tho plcturo Is n lithograph, taken from r crayon drawing, and ahowa Mr. Lincoln as a aomowhat younger man than tho majority of hla 'portraits do. Under It Is a facslmlto of his autograph, together with tho words: Candidate for President, 1SG0," showing that It was ovldcntly used aa a campaign portrait during tho campaign preceding his first elecby tho lato John Itrad, father of tho present owner of It, at Qulncy, 111., during that campaign, but who took the original from which It waa mado Is unknown. Homo years ngo a book salesman who saw It claimed to know something about It, and said that It was tion. Tho portrait was obtained A portrnlt of Abraham Lincoln, which thotio who Bra familiar with It bollnvo to be a vory roro ono, hnngs upon tho walla of n Lowlston Inw At all oTGDtn no ono has yet boon found who remembers to havo aeon ono Juat llko It among any of tho many portraits of tho martyred president which havo been published to frequently during tho last fow years In many of tho loading magazines of y Corn show. At length nIiu looked up and asked In n puzilcd mid hurt milliner: "I low nlsuit our girls? You bnvo Hoys' Corn clubs. What Is there for ajsaaWlIi: Issuo of the present tiny Ih the girl to do? Thcru must bo some- 'A between IlEOULATED MO- thing." NOI'OLY AND HECULATEI) Corn crowing co itesls for tho boys COMPETITION. Competition In our rural schools nro coiupnrntlvely In business corresponds to liberty In now, but they lire n great success. political nnd civil life. No believer In Olrls' Tniimlo CSinuliig clubs nre still truo liberty will nsk for unregulated newer, but they, too. nre n sucecsr In liberty. We hnve found the regulation lens I tin four years the inemberHhtp of liberty to bo ESSENTIAL TO ITS In tti Olrls' Tomato Cunning club litis IMtESEHVATION nnd to Its developrenrhed the splendid total of 'J7.000. nil ment To preserve tho liberty of tho many wo find It necessary to restrict tho llb- erty of tho few. for unlicensed liberty leads to oligarchy nnd despotism. Wo curb the liberty of tho strong mini In onlcr to IMIOTKCT Till'. LI1IEHTY 11 cinniln Ing tho display of corn ut the HoyV The farmer's wife hml liecn LOUIS I). BRANDEIS maiiy nodr.ns. I working under directions from the gov-- ' eminent mid scattered nil over the United States. In these contests each1 girt iniiHt grow one tenth of an ncro of tomatoes and strive to enn the greatest possible iimiiunt of the fruit. , Although the Hoys' Com club Is throe years old In Kentucky we believe Ibis year Is the first for lh' Iris Cunning club. Ijiit sprli.g, when Jefferson n regulation of tho civil 'Hint liberty of tho Individuals. Wo nlso curb Industrial liberty In tho Individual business In order that the weak may be protected ngnlnst the strong. We restricted the theoretical contract lstwcen employer nnd employee by enacting factory Inws governing the conditions under which work may bo performed nnd to some extent tho hours of labor. We did this because wo recognized the dlffercnco of position of the employees nnd the employers under ordinary freo-dom.clrcum-atnnces. or tiii: physically weaken Is MAN. SERVE TO OTHER8 THEIR LIB. ERTY TO DO BU8INE88, JU8T A8 WE RESTRAIN THE FREEDOM OF THE PHYSICALLY STRONG MAN TO DO AS HE PLEA8ES REGARDLESS OF THE RIQHTS OP OTHERS. PRICE CUTTING MERE. LY IS ONE OF THE MANY METHODS OF UNFAIR COMPETITION WHICH THE LAW MUST REQU. LATE IN ORDER TO PRE8ERVH COMPETITION. Another very common Instance of unfnlr and oppressive competition 'is tho ItEFUSAL TO SELL SOME ESSENTIAL AHTICLE unless tho purchaser ngrees to dcnl exclusively with tho seller In purchasing still other articles lu which tho seller deals. That, again, Is taking advantage of tho seller's unassailable rights In controlling n single Indlspcnsnblo article to DESTHOY COMPETITION In nil themselves In their rclatlvo conditions In llfo from choice." "Exactly so." "A man must tako the Initiative In such cases nnd 1 think one la a coward who sees his happiness and then through fear, refuses to mako an effort to obtain IL Moreover, ho may be a thief, for If the woman cares, ho robs her, too, of posslblo happiness." "You're wrong ahout that, Mabel, my dear," declared Larry Briscoe. "Women have ways and means of letting a man know If they caro for him, seriously, I mean." "Not the old fasbloned gentlewoman, Larry I" Anno Rogers' voice was low but Everybody turned to look at her. She was the most sought after woman In tho town. Opportunity had succeeded opportunity for her to mako u brilliant marrlago but she bad refused them, one after tho other, and her frlendB, Interested, wondered why. "I spoke of women In general, Anno, not of nn exception like you. I nm glad that you nre so delightfully In your Ideas of the niceties of life." "I did not mean to be personal," went on Anne. "There are many women, the majority of them, I believe, who nre modest enough to desire being sought rather than to throw themselves headlong In a man's arms." "Hy what method, Anne," asked Dob Thorne, "may a man pursue tho right way and yet save his pride In case sba doesn't want hlml" "Hear! Hear!" cried Larry laughing. "The great Bob has explained the mystery of his state, of single blessedness. He Is particular about saving the Thorne pride. Who Is the woman? Let's all guess! His face will nnswer when we strike the right for my money which I might lose, some for my beauty which must fade, warned mo to stop and ponder who loved Anno." "And you found?" "Xobody I dnrcsay I have grown hard to plcaso like my teacher." "It's three years since I have been to see you, Anno. I have missed you." "Yes, you never camo back after you heard Duncan trying to make love to me. Why?" "Don't you know?" "How could 1?" "Instinct It answers a woman as reason answers a man." "Why didn't you como again? I am going to my doctor cousin In Vienna. I will be gone for months, "No," said Anne softly, "I am not well. A case of nerves, they tell me here. I don't want to pose as an Invalid to I let people believe. If they will, that I am going to study again." "I am sorry. You knew that Mabel was right tonight when she said that the one woman for me Is you. I believed that you loved Duncan " "Oh, Bob, you couldn't have believed that. You simply couldn't." "You saved mv orldo at tho ex pense of your own at tho table. I love you for It more than ever. Marry me, dear, and let mo take you abroad and see you get well. Is it possible, Anne?" "You Bald you did not want a woman who would sacrifice her pride even for you What reason have you" "There Is no reason in love. Will you marry mo?" "Why did you stop coming to see me?" "I loved you and 1 thought you Anno, give me the loved Duncan. right to care for you always nnd always." he added tenderly. "I want you to ttko caro of me always and always. Do you know why you from teasing I tried to save tongues tonight? For love of you A woman may say she Is modest and but she will shield the man she loves, ro matter what the cost to her." "And what," asked Thorne, "Is the , you only way to get the woman ter perhaps." "What did I teach you?" "Tho most helpful lesson was to discriminate between real love and sham. There wcro many men about mo. Tho knowledge that some cared perhaps years." "Are you not well, Anne?" other nrtlcles ness. In that particular busi- ABRAHAM LINCOLN. From nn OM Print. taken soon after thn convention at and that the original photograph was taken nt tho request of Mr Mrdlll of Ho Chicago, for campaign Jurposes. said further that when Mr. Lincoln went In to thn photographer's to sit for tho plcturo hu hml Juht como from thn bnrber's, and his hair was plastered smoothly down upon his forehead, but that happening to catch sight of himself In n glass, Mr. Lincoln remarked that no ono would know htm with his hair so smooth as that, and ran his hands through It, giving It tho Kdtshevclcd nppearanco of tho pofurther that In making tho enlargement for thn lithograph thu portrait wan somewhat Idealized, and much of tho natural ruggednesn of Mr. Lincoln's features were smoothHo said which Mr Lincoln was nomlnntcd, rtrait. ed out. considerably idealized, as will bo seen from tho copy, tho portrait, whllo retaining tho essential features which aro no well known, nevertheless making him a fur handsomer man than ho Ih currently reported to havo boon And yet Mrs. Head, who has scon him often as a young man, always said that It was an excellent likeness, and that It looked Junt as Mr Lincoln did nt thn time bo mado his speech at Qulncy, In tho course of tho famous debates with Sleplnn A. Doug-la- s on October 13, 1808. Whether this man was correct In his belief as to tho origin of tho portrait. It Is undoubtedly trui that It Is Two Humorists Well Met. A vnrluty of Ixioku's writings during tho war referred to tho great oxclto ment caused by tho discovery of flowing oil wells In Pennsylvania, whereby great and sudden wealth had como to many formerly poor farmers and others In that region. Ono catch phraso which IJucoln especially enjoyed was "Oil's well that endB well." Ho wns particularly fond of David It. J.ocko (Nasby), whom ho first met In 1S58 In Qulncy, 111. In 18C3 ho wroto letter to Locko In appreciation of ono of Nasby's humorous nrtlcles, nnd ended tho letter with this Inquiry; "Why don't you como to Washington and seo mot" Locko accepted the. Invitation and spont a delightful hour with Iho president Hut Hob Thorne had himself well In county organized Its I toys" Corn nnd hand. It Is not easy to take an exI'o tn to rluli. It also organized n tilrla' Canning club and offered some very perienced man of the world unawares. "All right," ho returned amiably. substantial pri'.es. The season wns nn "Who Is she nnd why havo I never unfortunate one. ami those having the proposed?" work In charge did not nt first realize "You admit then that there Is a Hint It was not only n matter of grow-Inparticular she?" and harvesting n crop, but nlso n "I admit nothing. Such a disclosmatter of in: niifnrturlng the crop Into ure was nominated In the bond. Proa mnrketnbU commodity. Nevertheless,! ceed, Larry! Stretch me on the rack the club murks the beginning nnd a ' very good nt that. and see me squirm." One strong teacher nt n small, dilapi"It's tome woman of a royal family dated nohoolhone ten miles from the whom you have met abroad," vencity wns the prime factor In this tured one. "Lady Eleanor something The second factor wni. n in London about four years ago. I strong mother who hnd the ability to remember the gossip reached me In see nnd understand the eduentloiinl Paris." "No," Interrupted Larry, "it's that rnlue of the work for her child. That r'"-ir- i child wns Mnry lingers, whose little young thing that came- - visiting nn ability to hold tost1 your sitter last winter. I mind me gray e.w well how you took on n swagger In to what she undertakes. "Yes; It wns awfully hot part of Inst those days. Nothing like an Innocent baby face to catch an old fellow like summer." she replied to the questions you." hnd nnidc up my put to her. "but mind to win If could "Ills expression has not changed Now for my supposition! I say that "I.nts nnd lots of my tomatoes rotted iecniie of the ruin," she continIt Is Mrs. Fay Robinson, the dashing ued, "nnd then we nte a great many widow. It takes experience to snare too. I bought my plants, nnd they bei A bill to submit a constitutional tho wary. Your turn. Anne!" IKE HIGH COST OF SOULS gan bearing nlsmt the 1st of August, "May I ask a question first, amendment granting suffnigo to Yes; Hint so I bad six weeks' cunning. legislature please?" women la up before tho I "Certainly." was hotter than the patch. fo.iner of Tennessee. Tho Southern States Itev. "Hilly" Sunday, Uio "Would you want a woman who did the work u' cr n wood stoe. Next aro not always to bo nt tho tag end could forget her own prldo to save year I think we'll get one of those ten baseball player who has conducted evangelistic moolntrjs In almost every of tho procession of progress. yours a woman who could offer her. self to you?" part of tho country, has succeeded, THOMAS STERLING "Xo. 1 don't think I would. Anne," ho thinks, In reducing tho having of Ho answered Hob slowly. basis. souls to a businesslike "Anne's playing for time. I say It Is ?"fzzv3 has gono bo far as to mako an estiAnne herself who has caught and held g In mate of tho cost of the gifted Mr Thorne," said Mnbel various cities. In '.Mr. Sunday's cost St John "You will all admit that ho IndlnnapOlla souls conits highest sheet, Is changing color at last. nt $C20 each. Hob Thorno tried to laugh but failed miserably. Now York City souls nro quoted nt bo Anno saw his faco whiten under tho $515, whllo In Boston they can summer tan. Her head went a trifle 11 obtained for J 150. Other quotations uro higher Homer $125. Chicago J3D3 and Xcw "Xot I, Mabel," she turned to the Orleans $78. girl on her left, "for everybody knows So far as Mr. Sunday hns mado Inthat had Bob asked mo, I would have vestigations, cculs catno cheapest In married him. Now you have solved MAMIK lltl.LK Sll F.I'll Kill). I my mystery In place of his. Let us Atlanta, where they may bo savd It's lovely proceed with our salad. dollar canning outfits. You know, you for $75 n head tf skills have heads. can iim them nut In the yurd under tho and tempting. Isn't It?" "Hilly'' Sunday's figures liavo arouB-e- d to, shade of u tree If you want Anne avoided Hob's eyes when aftmuch mystification nnd consider"Yes; I'm going to be In the tomato er liqueur and cigars, the men camo whero the womclub next year. If they have one. Oil, able adverse criticism. Atlantans Into the drawing-rooen were having cofTeo. I'm only thirteen, so I have several complain becnusa souIb nro eo cheap years more In Iho club. 1 forgot to and Indianapolis pooplo becauso tlry "Anne they tell me you are going I nro so tell you Hint 1 ciinncd 23S quarts abroad to study ngnln. You'ro much dear. Tho general Impression too clever as you are. Say you'ro not have had a good ninny offers for some seems to bo that "Hilly" Sunday acgoing." plended Larry; "Wo miss you of them, but ufter getting the prize, quired tho percentage habit In Ids terribly when you're gone." which Is quite large, we will eat most baseball days and hasn't boon nbla "You aro a comforting sort of of them nt home." From "Success'' to shako It off. frlnd, Larry" Mamie Hello Shepherd, who was Iho "Ho you sail soon?" Hob Thorne winner of the second prize, tried to grow bet own plants and for that reanicked the ashes carefully from his OTHER STATES COMING clgnr. son got u very late start In cunning "Yes, tho first of the month." Anne her crop. rose nnd went toward her hostess, Tho Btato lgl8laturo of Montana her slender, rounded figure charmingCommissioner pt Agriculture Wilson ly garbed In sapphire with overdress lu his late report wrote the following: hns passed n bill to uubmlt u woman Thero were diaof black chiffon. ."Prom n department with 'J.4H em- Buffrogo nnnndnicnt, with only two monds at her throat and breast and ployees In IN7 uiul an iippnirlnilnii dissenting vcU'3 In each he use. If nomas blcrunu, luc newly cnonn It has Increased to HLKoS she looked a priestess of a summer Iof tho rest of tho pooplo ar so unaninight, all starlight and blue, so Larry employees nt the beginning of the mous nnd a unanimous legislature is senator from South Dakota, is a lawj yer and Uvea In Vermillion. He waa whUpcrcd to a neighbor. present lineal year, with nil appropriaa fairly reliable straw to tho way born In Ohio and admitted to the bar She was leaving for a lato muslcale tion this year of almost ia.Ytiiiti.oiMi. "Whereas there are now .V.'.ikmi re- public opinion Is blowing Montn- a In Illinois. He went to Dakota when and when sho had spok(i to her hosIt was a territory and was a member tess and turned away, boo found Hob quests every week for department pub- soon will have Joined tl.o good'y of Thorna before her. lications, there were but ,'sHI lu INU7. company of Colorado, Wyim'ng, of the constitutional convention He ha. been a member of "I am going to the Hamilton's musland during thU period '.".'.".UOO.O'Ki Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Califor- the state. the legislature, but has held no other cale. May 1 tako you?" ;oples hnve been distributed. nia, Utah and Kansas, tho froo States. , public office. Oil-DE- K g s. I 1 1 Tho liberty of the Individual em ployee wns In dnnger of Mug stamped out unless the Inequality of his position wns PKOTECTEt) nnd the worklnctnnii given consistent life nnd health nnd some opiortunlty for that leisure which the Clrceks held to he the essencv of liberty. SIMILARLY THE RIQHT OF COMPETITION MUST OF A NECESSITY BE LIMITED IN ORDER TO PRESERVE IT. EXCESSES OF MOCOMPETITION LEAD TO NOPOLY, JUST AS EXCESSES OF LIDERTY LEAD TO ABSOLUTISM. The Standard Oil company, practicing Its right to unrestricted competition, frequently destroyed a competitor through n LOCAL PltlCE CUTTING CAMPAIGN. Tho trust was nblo to conduct such a cnjupnlgu because of Its Infinitely greater resources. The tobacco trust resorted to exactly tho same tactics. This so called competition really wns BUSINESS Ml'HDEN. It was resortTHE GREATEST OF ALL EVILS ed to with the deliberate puriHiso of KILLING THU COMPETlTOlt and OF MONOPOLY IS ITS DEADENIT KILLS INCENns a step to monopoly In other wonts. ING EFFECT. TIVE) IT KILLS PROGRESS. THE ixnrsTitiAL despotism. SUCH EXCESSES OF COMPE- TRUE SOLUTION OF THE TRUST TITION IN BUSINESS MUST BE PROBLEM LIES IN THE REQU IN CURBED ORDER TO PRE LATION OF COMPETITION.. o This Is n form of unfair competition being resorted to by tho shoo machinery trust, when by Its leases of essential machines It compels the shoe manufacturer to refrain from dealing with Its competitors lu their machines, substantially crushing competition In other lines. Our experience with trusts during tho last twenty-twyears, slnco the enactment of the Sherman law, bus furnished us nbiiiidnnt material from which to DETERMINE IN WHAT UESPECT EXCESS OF COMPETITION MUST HE CUItHED IX TO MAIXTAIX COMPETITION. All that experience must be utilized In providing for that regulation of competition through which alone Industrial liberty enn be preserved. Itegulntlon may mitigate tho erll of monopoly. Hut If through a perfection of governmental machinery, a per fectlon greater than has ever existed In nny country nt any time. It were posslblo to prevent special wrongdoing, the extortion and oppression Incident to monopoly, tho great evils of Industrial absolutism would be MERELY HEDUCEI). NOT AVOIDED. name." love?" "Just take her." laughed Anne as Thorne kissed her under cover of the friendly dark. iCcpyrtglit. 1911. by the McClure paper Syndicate.) News- CHANNEL !S AN OLD PROJECT Land Comm jnlcatton Between England and France Has Been Thought Of for Many Years. soul-savin- m mi and A tunnel between England Prance beneath the English channel was first proposed at the beginning of tho nineteenth century by Mathleu.r a French mining engineer. Firty years later the scheme wns financed, but It was not until 1EC7 thr.t It seemed that tho project would bo actually attempted. At that time thero wero a dozen or rnoro plans for rail communication between the two countries. The accepted schemo was .that of a tunnel bored beneath tho bed of tho Tho estimated cost of tho channel. 10,000,000. undertaking wns about Preliminary boring i.ad been made, when the work was Interrupted by the Franco-PrussiaIn 1874 the wnr. French and English governments resumed negotiations concerning the tunnel, leaving JLhe matter In the hands of a Joint commission. Falluro on tho part of tho English :ompany holding tho contract for tho work to receive sufficient funds resulted In tho failure of tho enterprise In 18S0. Now, tho project Is receiving some attention, n better feeling having been established between the people of the two countries. n Youthful Philosophy. ! Three boys wero resting between sets on the tennis courts In Central park. "There goes Sadie," Bald one. "netcha two to one she picks up my hat and throws It off the court. There! Wba'd I tell you. That's the way. If It's a fella' smaller 'n you that does anything llko that you c'n lick 'm. If he's larger than you are you can anyway kick 'm In tho shins. Hut If It s a girl, what kin you do? " And his auditors sighed In silence. It was, Indeed, a hard problem. Used "Bring me a said the guest "Beg pardon, WAlter. to the Taste. wood pulp sandwich," In an abstracted way. sir," murmured tho fcl.'JT-.lM- "Oh, yes, excuso me. At home I'm used to this paper bag cooking." . Proved. on the witness' character is Impossible to verify, because 'This assault she Is. a dressmaker." "What has that to do with It?" "A dressmaker Is naturally obliged to live a pattern llfo." Page Four. THE CITIZEN. February 20. 1913. i o 3 NrWS oaoooaooooo;oslootVoaooaooooaoooaooo DR. BEST, DENTIST CITV The State Tux Commission,, lu Its or twcnty-M- x pages ngrot? previous reports Hint the pres. OF HHREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A fl out system of taxation In Inndftpinto, o nml not nt all adapted to meet pros- VARIEY OF SOUR CHS I o conditions. Tho fanners nre ,nK w,,nt would ho an equivalent to ,Wr f ,nxcB,on Ulclr Income, Ton of the students wlio are 1,0 '""m"n" In the course In agriculture won-- " ..... ....... ' "llllc etvlc0 corporations nro only out fr..i, I LOCAL PAGE Kentucky System of Taxation ' iy. tk. .t.minv "" taxed altout 2 per cent of their como. I'nrmors with nn nvcrage yenr-wlt- h ly Income of $500 nro paying about $50 per head In taxes, whlln (boss engngcdln manufacture, or with nun-rn- t ,.v invested In stock. iiv nnlvntmut $ig taxes on an average Income f 870. Uccommendntlons are ma.lo lo introduce a better system, Door to Better Baking ALADDIN ' day. This Is the time to bo spraying. Mr. D. Walter Morton, the College VALENTINE PARTIES Y, M, G. A. NOTES secretary, left lust Thursday " rillINK IA3 for A most delightful Valentine party ' Office over Uerea Bank & Trust Co. Philadelphia, where ho will be uhout was given nt thu homo of Mrs. Kroet j Tho Student V. M. C. A. Is doing n month In the Interest of tho to a number of the students. The, J splendid work this )enr. A very was arranged very fusgestlve tcrestlng meeting was held last Sun-O- f DAN H. BRECK Mouses will burn, lnsuro In nn Mil the occasion. Red hearts were i la night. Prof. Edwards gave a fin Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock 'liable Company. ll. c. Wecit. (ad.) strung around, nnd over the fire place talk on "Discouragement," after d INSURANCE Jo I 'arsons of Alcorn, Ky., was n npKared n large heart, which was which there wero enthusiastic with an arrow. Tho affair monies from tho audience. 'sltor In town over Sunday. Will sign your bond. Richmond, Ky. sirs, rrcst entertained a niiiul) r which a good part of tho Phone 505 time was Vrentiv tnt .... i of l"e ladles of the Convocation tit spent In contests, prlres being award- ,,, ,.,,., . IirfRpll, onrnm. -a muslcale, .Monday afternoon. ed to the winners Dainty refresh- , tliaa (h8 , .Mr. It. O. How limn came home, iat- North Dound, Local menu wero served, and the jolly Ktnl nm, morp , , Mor(. 7:00 a, m. 10:66 p. in. (nrday noon, to join the rest of the Kuoxvlllo croud dispersed after the singing of part , tho mcc 1:52 a. m. lamlly. Ho has been out West. Tin a 1:07 p. m UEREA few good old songs, 7:46 a.m. four members, lm, (Jeorge, K. O. 6:30 p. m. ClncinnaU The following persons hnvo b.vn South Dound, Local and J. O. who have typhoid r ow- Miss Mildred Hudson delightfully recommended for offices In tho Y. (Jinclunatl 6:50 a. ni. 8:15 p. in. ly Improving. j entertained a few of her young M. C. A. for the year commencing ' p. m. 12. JJ &. in. UbRhA KImut h Frederick, a former MU- - trlv nt her homo lat Friday rven- - April 1, 1913. For President, Cordon 7:00 p. in. o.&0 a. ni. .if.,. Knoxvllle , imr.- vi ira i l i t....i.... . im?. Tin f umn inn in rifc u. Express Train his courso at the MttHburs Institute, I Sl nUntlne. The table on which Treasurer. J. II. Coll Inn; ItwmllnK- No. 32 will stop at Dorea to A .....-.- ! II till la ahm.t I. VOfV SiWTPlnrV Ilnrllti lHcnnluir. Inlm I tl aititUM tr ...lf . on passengers for Dayton, 0., Richwas beautifully decorated with cuplds The annual eVrtlon will take place, Grass seeds, plow,-- , and wire fence ' mond, Ind-- , Indianapolis, Ind., Columand hearts. The novel place-card- s IVb. 26th. at Welch's. (njj bus, O., and points beyond. IW. II. I. ;i( .Murray and family South Bound. armed, Samiduy. from S:00 a. m. Cincinnati llurnlng Springs, and will make their h mu 11:65 a. m. tiEHEA So. 33 will stop to taks on pas- hM for the p.f nt. sengers for Atlanta and points b Mr. John Jackson of Mines, toud. Vu., va.i v lilting with his parents North Bound at the ilrst of tlu week. OiJRiU 4.4b y. m. M.' & i: l'ahtr In away this :37 p. m. 'CtuelbaaU week aelctluf. he) stock of spring gVERYBODY ' ' i t'stl-piercej A T I LOU It worry, ilUnppolnlmrnt, ilnrk, nnility lunvra, Caonil It U ilin door Itial Irln In rrrtMlniy In link Inii rrfttilu nnd Irln out dl(trl!illl nnd lirnllli in willi rvrry lonl ol lircod liwkril with rlc. ALADDIN FLOUR notlirr iln drltrtniit, nnlnlnlilr lUvor N not to be liJuiircil. Order a snrk lodny If It doe nol plrnm yon brttrr t.n (bp Hour you nrr miw iiniiid. piirrlmnr price will be refunded iinon return of pnrtiully tmed parknjjr aud ronsldf-rutlon UY HOLLID A Y'S Tlu' best t)f evt'rvtliinj,' ;ccl to i always found at IIOU.IDAVS Noxi door to Post Office. Phon. 92 I" u. Your Pslremi rntttly ellclUrf I.. " yELCOME S Miss Kate Thomas of Kord, Ky., the pleasant guest of Ml9 Stella Griffith on Uooue St. by 16 per cent fertilizer Is kuoun (ad) i. very body. Sold at Welch's, Mr. William Jones, who Is engaged In business in Danville, Ky., is visiting for a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones. Mr. Taylor Klynn of Winchester, u former student of Uerea, visited here for a few days last week. Messs. W. U. Harris and J. 1. HlcU-ne- ll returned from a buslines trip to Harlan, recently. Miss Dorothy Keltch deilghtfully Mies Emma Guy and Louis lluiert. entertained a number of her friends lier uncl(,( of Winchester, are mak- at a valentine party, Friday evening, ng a visit at the home of Prof, aud The house was tastefully decorated Xrs. Clark. Miss Guy is a graduate of with hearts and appropriate games last years claE3 in the Normal Dept. n nlovfid nf tur vrhlrh n liwwt a NV,e ''ave Just joyed supper was served. of spring slippers and , Bowers entertained at ,Vt havu a tho n(!W Btyles , Miss Mario her home St. Valentine evening in tenti ve,vet m yc anJ du k(1 honor of the Academy football team. gun.metai, white buck and canvass. The color scheme, red and gre?n col- (aJ) Mrs g , ors, Acaueuiy colors, was carneu oui Mrs. Steenrod returned this week In the artlctlc decorations of holly and hearts. Interesting games were fiom Daytcn, Ohio, where she has to been for a three weeks visit with played after which all withdrew the candlo lighted dining room where her parents. delightful refreshments were served. Pres. Frost entertained Dr. Curtis Tho parting hour came alogethr too and several members of the Faculty soon. at dinner, Friday night, at Boone , .. ra Tavern. Is j a it suuiiiTtr r,' df. Mr. T. .1. Co.le was In Cincinnati at Uin fit st af th' week. Miss Jessie Young who has been In Battle Creek, Michigan, for saveral months Is spending a few weeks with friends and relatives In Uerea and Kingston. Thos. Logsdon, wife and daughter, Geneva, spent Sunday In Uerea. Ulll Coylo is sick at present, with a cold. Mr. Carlos Moore and wife spout the afternoon, Sunday, visiting with Mrs. Ogg on Chestnut St. 1 IKE TO HAVE YOU QOME AND JEAR WHAT WE HAVE TO j j ' icomv , , wero very unique and amusing, Af ter suincr tho guest3 along with their hostess entered tho parlor where a merry hour chattlns and j they spent playing together, j t MISS DORIS DRAIN by tho lands of J. 1). Goodloo, Miller, Mltrbell, 1Vni'lt ton. Illinium and one Wnt, Vaughn, etc. Ono Essex Model Incubator, TF.IIMS Suld laud will Ixi told on hundred and twenty eeg "lie. W. A. (ad ) a credit o( six months time, th Todd. purchaser being required to execute JACK AND STALLION bond payable to the CoiuIuUsIoidt wllti Hen retained to s'curo the payFor salo, or exchange for othr ment of tho purchase money, Snld Hock. Good Black Jack 15 bHtids, and land will also lx sold subject to u 6 years old; also Black 1'orchoroii MorlKnRU of ip.rca Coleg for the Stallion, 5 )cara old, both go.d sum of $700 to run until Arll IS, broedeni. Will not let out on shares. 1'JIS, and the purrha-v-- r to pay the Addixss J. W. llerndon, lleira, Ky. Interest Semi Annually from October Is. 1!M:. and at the expiration of tho Mortgago to pay name. The farm FOR SALE Is rented for the year PJI3 and will bo, given the purchaai-- r land, sven acres. m One tract of Jnuuar 1. 1H. Ky east side of railroad in Conway, H. C. Rice, M C. M. C. C. One good eight room dwelling built on modern style, known as the Hunt property; finished in good stjle with summer kitchen, good well, good bar:i. good garden, good store huiw, One feet, ami other out building. good four room cottage aH KoI us n . young well flulshed, about fifteen n fruit trees. I will sell for J3.2..0 easy terms. For further particulars I call on or address ni at Cotiwn), Ky . or U S. Wyatt. llerea. Ky. W. m. Hayes. I (ad) FOR SALE 2W I Mttses Henrietta Beecher and Masot entertained n number of lhelr frlcnt!8 lat ht at the 7110 Ul COMMISSIONER'S SALE (ad.) Mr. J. L. Steelman and family l.'ft for sale, cheap. H. C. Wooif. Itcv. McMurray, who will bj re- Tuesday for Washington stati. Their membered by some as the organizer former homo was at Chehalls, Wash. of the Uerea Baptist church, hasmov. They have been visiting Uerea and ed back to Berca, to the Wyatt farm, vicinity tor about two weeks. west of tho dcut. Miss Belle Engle of Gray Hawk, POWERS IN BEREA has been visiting at the home other brother, Mr. It. J. Engle, for the Tho Lyceum Course has given Ueweek or two. rea some very pleasant and profitMr. Tom Conway was In Uerea for a able evenings of late. The evening we few days this week. spent this week with Leland Powers Mrs. Alice Moore of Lexington ur in his impersonations of David Cop- rived last week for a visit with her lrfleld was most enjoyable and In uvery way useful. It Is needless to mother, Mrs. L. C. Gabbard. KJ' vono ni,n,m i. ,.,obi.. ...11., t those who kuow him that . Mr. mi .,v...v. . ..,Un.ib extended visit with .Mr. and Mrs. Uert I'owers uoes nis nan in a masterly way. Uriah Heep stood before us In C'oddlngton. all bis o!ly meannces, and Mr. MI- Mr. Ja.k Lunsford stopped over In cawber in his foolibh vanity. Intense Uewa for a fcliort time at tho first egotism, qualities which were r.'dpem- of tho week ed by his manly and honest repudla- M. Horace Caldwell, who Is PrinHon of fraud. Tho fisherman Peg- cipal of t Miiool In McKInney, Ky., goty was also well presented. wan smug vlth friend In Uerea jor Thn f. vpr.mii I nmriilttpo pnv. iir n z QiU. a pau of li-great treat and Uerea will bo vary Miss Eva Webb, who tamo last Sun. pleased to a:c Mr. Powers again. day from Hamlltou, O., will make her homo with Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Par-cn- s WOOD WANTED of this place. , I (III, IVttlUU, U t(nu nidi. . i ; Tho hostesses proved themsives masters of tho art of entertaining and both the "young ladles and young gen- -' tlenien concurred In pronqunclng It the most novel nnd unique vnl- ntine party they had ever attended. - ' ' i -- !T ' ' I ist CLIO CLUB MEETING Tho Clio Club held an open meet-ln- g last Tliursday at the homo of , Mrs. II. E. Taylor. Many mothers of the town responded ......... I to tho Invitation to bo present to I, l ll.. , ita .mido uuhciova mm uuvuvHia. Tho meeting was both profitable and enjoyable. The address was hope- ful. suggestive and Inspiring. The present will bo more anxious , mothers ' to understand and sympathize with t!ic'r elrls and will strive harder to make tnc'r environment the best Il..... 1 ' i)ossIble. ( Tho meeting Is one of a series which tho club held for the bstter- ment of young folks. She Is It the amount of talking a man aocs mat makes him a bore? He No, It's the amount be doesn't say while he 'nlks. i Is The Treasurer of tho College now contracting for next year's wood supply. Persons having wood to il will do well to call at tho office at an early date and arrange for u debutantes Miss Drain, the daughter of Grn. and Mrs. James A. Drain, It one of the moil beautiful of this season's In w Washington. .Matthew IHlew's Heirs, Plaintiffs vs. Matthew Hollow's Heirs and Creditors, IVfendunts Under and by virtu- - of a judgmt'ut at the i and order of sale rendered February Term, of tho .Madison Court, In the above styled ac I Circuit tion, the undersigned .Master Commissioner of said Court will, on .MonI day, March ::, ID 13, in front of the Courthouse door In Richmond, Kj .. at II o'clock a. in., sell to thu highest bidder at public auction the follow lng described proierty: About VI acres of laud lying on the waters of Walnut Meadow Fork of Sliver Creek and Paint Lick Creek in M.nllson County, Ky., said land being hounded I i FILL YOUR BASKET ticic ami you will have it filled witli reliable Cirotciics at lowest market prices. We olTcr this week .Miu-i-l i Nuts c per lb. 'Hrazil 6c per 11. Kng. Walnuts jo c per lb. IVcans 17 c per lb. Pure c per Iti. 50 lb. can -1 1 Palace Meat, Market and Grocery U. D. ROBERTS. Proprietor. Phone 37 Coyh Building. Main St. Hnnouncement Cbc ij:mlnniuinl oloplnv of blob clnsa Snrlnn nnd Summer cuitliiflij in: Ube Globe XEaUorfno Company Cincinnati will be filrcn at ourctftnbllobmcnt on FEBRUARY 24 and 25 BEREA'S LEADING A HARDWARE STORE Gasoline and Tho $2.00 The Racket prlco for good hardwood per cord. (ad) Thos. J. Osborne, BASKET BALL Is COMPLETE LINE Hardware, Paiatt, Mowia? Machines, Farraior Implement!, Oil Stores, and Groceries PricesRUht J. CLARKST0N G'VU "Call Store i Monday afternoon an lnfr?st-lu- g game of basket ball was played between the Academy and Normal teams. Tho Academy boyH scored points easily, winning with a Bcoro of 49 to 17. During the last half of tho gamo tho Academy put In their d team to play tho Normals. So far the Academy team Is tho only one which has had no defeat. b?c-on- ImI MAIN STREET, near Bank nhc tbto one of tour positive ciiflaacmcnto. Call and matte uour oelcctlon ano be meaaurco be an cipeit. Ot&crs tahen for Immcolatc or future ocilvert! woolens will be ebown In full leiifltb orapcu. TELEPHONE NO. 40 CALLS W. O. MOORE, at the Nicely Stand For all kinds of FEED and BREAD STUFFS, Potts' Flour and Meal in any quantity, Corn, Oats, Hay, Straw, Ship Stuff and Chicken Feed. We are able to furnish feed in car load lots. StlimnUChm-HA- T C0SIGEB HAYES & G0TT KY. BEREA, February an, 1913. HOME A THE GAMBLE CONCERT complimentary audience greeted thn Krnest (Ininhle t'oncrt I'arty on Wrdncsdny evening lust In the College Clinpcl, Thn pnrty of Mr. Krnest (Iambic, Mhh Vernn I'ngo, violinist.', nml Mr, Kdwln M. Hhonert, pl.tnint. In tlio flrat numlKT Mr. Hhoneit won thn good will of the audience In hlM r,'n,,ll," of Ulc ,,UMBnrl'1" ulmi'- hy Frniu I.lst, Later ho gave ""h'ctloim from Czerney, Chopin nnd HtratiKR. Ills lechnlmic Is wonderful. Mr. (iniublu was In most excellent voice, displaying IiIh wonderful range In the "Tourney of King John" and IiIh talent In tho humoreKiue, In IiIh flnnl number, "Irish Names." Miss I'iiro wnn placed In n slightly avkwnrd position, following so m,oii In tho trail of Jules 1'itlk, whoso many yenrs of strenuous work placiH him easily In first rank. Miss I'age however roved a closi- - Bieond In tin "Spanish Dance hy and In the "llarcanille from Hylvm." This was Mr. (iamblo's third visit to Ilorea nnd taken as n wliolo thn entertainment wan very ratlsfacloty, placing the nudlenco In advance pos. tlon In muMccI appreciation. A moHt citizen Callahan Suspects Confess Tim Smith, c with nt Winchester accused complicity In tlu nsinss.nntlnn of led Cnllahan last spring, nnd Kllsha Smith who In out on ball mndo n full con fcHBlon of their connection w.th tho deed to the Commonw nlth's It Doc Smith annil Oovnn Paijc Kivc WATCH aide to col. TOW ft? to HELPS FORCED TO FIGHT FOR LIFE . Really Ha Unequal Show for Development of Deauty In Crowded Placet. I of Cnllahan but ho was 111. lect It. Tho confessions brand all tho alibi evidence In the recent trial as a fabrication nnd corroborate imuli of tho evidence produced at tho trial. Tho story told by Kllsha Smith and Oovan Smith substantial) a In most Ihtrtlculars, that of Doc Smith. It Is said that no promise w. rc mado tho men In order to procure their confessions. ton-nlM- EIMGLE'S BIG SALE We arc going to sell out. 2000 pairs of shoes below cost. 250 suits ut one half price. Groceries at a bargain, in fact everything in stock. basso-rantant- e, Tree ,'!' Mondny. According to tho confesslt of Doc Hmlth, tho fatal idiots wero fired hy hlniBClf, Andrew .lohnnon nnd Jams Denton. Hmlth clnlms that In had been promised money for tho killing 11 THE SALE IS NOW ON R.. J. and CHESTER. ENGLE Oct. Term of Madison Circuit Court, Electric Light Canes. The seclusion nnd benuty of eastern tho undersigned Master CommissionSomo canes are fitted with electrlo academic cities, duplicated In Mime of problems. government of this country was very er of said Court will, on 'Monday, Mar lights. In tho case of canes made tlio middle west towns, have become CASH RIXJISTKR CO.MIIINK largely founded? 3, 1913, In front of tho Court IIouju with the ordinary bend or crook for a tilitorlcal In great part by reason ol PUNISHKl) j TUB NKW CAIIINICT door In Richmond, Ky at 1 o'clock handle tho light apparatus Is set In the magnificent elms which border the mm United States DIslrlct Court Is inaiW dflniply p. m Announcement the body of the stick Just below the sell to tho highest nnd in emirs nnd fill tho ynrds nnd uniat Cincinnati Imposed a fine of $5,000 by thu President Fleet that he will bidder at Public Auction thn follow- handle, with the lens in the side. versity grounds. These noble trees nnd one year's Imprisonment In ju.l not ninku public the names cf his ing described property Most of these canes are made straight, were planted when wood wtt burned, located In Ilowith the light equipment In the upper upon John II. Patterson, Pres. of the cabinet, until after his Inauguration rea, Madlfcon and they wero well grown before coal County, Ky.: Ucglnnlng end and tho lens set In tho cane's top, smoke, nnd gaa mndo city conditions Cash Iteglster Company, of Dnyttm, on March 4th, when they will be at a stono en tho West sldo of tho this form of electric so difficult for flourishing tree life. cane being more O., together with fines and Imprla.m- - Bent to tho Senate for confirmation, road near the L nnd N. llallroad Tun- convenient to uso. Young trees nowadays must fight so merit varying from three months up- - In this matter ho says he will nel; thenco west to said llallroad Thero Is a button at tho bIJo which ninny adverse conditions In cities Hint upon other officers, salesm. n, low the early custom of the ir right of way; thenco Northerly with Is pressed to make tho light show. It seems unlikely thoy will ever reach employees of the Cash Register dents. said llallroad right of way, CO feet to Tho only battory by which the light the fine proportions of their stately Company, ns n penalty for tho viola- - I KTIIKU UOoSKVMVr TO MARRY a stako; then Kasterly a parallel Is produced can be renewed In these ancestors. City life, does not material tlon of tllu s,"-'Kthcl Roossvelt, now twenty-on- e ' "naklng ly affect old trees, but stunts the lino with tho South lino thereof to canes, Just as It can be ln pocket or an Illegal combination. The Judge years of age, Is to be married to Dr. tho County Itond to tho place of other electric flashlights. growth of tho young ones and ..... said that It was difficult toconcive Klchard Derby of Now York, fonnal prhes them of much of their gracii and vigor, any thing more atrocious than their, announcement of the engagement TERMS: Said property will bo sold DO YOU KNOW HOW TO PLAY? hat the it lit against city Ufa Is "coniettIon bureau," whleh was or- having been made. Dr. Derby Is a on a credit of six months time thi tmu one is mown by me ract mat i ganized and used to crush out comHarvard graduate or tho class of '0.1. purchaser being required to cxecuto ren wait fortunate In having a elms In a city will shed their leaves petition, Miss Hoosevelt Is devoted to out lond payablo to tlio Commissioner, fully a month In advance of their ( visit from Mr. Curtis of .Michigan, SU FFR AOKTTK MAHCI I KR3 door life, and Is very widely known with lien retained to sccuro the paywho Is one of a company who rural relatives, and that often the The band of suffragettes, which Is owing to her residence In tho White ment of tho purchase money. turn brown and drop off with teaching children, nnd grown-up- s ns marching to Washington, aft r bt- - j House, ,, , ....mi,,..!.... no color cnangc. wnne inosn in ine Wl! II. C. Illce, M. C 'M. ( uow t() ,. nig rescued rrom tuo attacks of a country will sometime, turn such brlt- - ,,, fnct tlml , , ,.8!10IlUllI ,,ftrt g troop FARM FOR SATE PRIZES OF $1,000 IN GOLD "a"L 'f!1" 0iyHjW. t - I'fe. Wo find our lives hrd7 It cnvalryofof military boys by tlu VB alius noticed grate to ars school near hy, a ls wo do not pli ay enough. By The Lexington Leader for Offered cess where their beauty Is revealed In arrived at Philadelphia on the lGtli Is mixta with troubles, more or less. SO acres of land on Richmond and And It Best Solutions of Book Titles in natural and unhampered perfection. Wo have not learned tho secret of where they attended various mei trie ono wlio does the best Kingston pike, 2 ralles from Herca, That gits more kicks than all the rest. Contest Game. The gypsy and brown tailed moth rational recreation. Kecrcatlon Is not for sale. 8 room dwelling, cood well, James WTiltcomb Riley. have made serious Inroads upon the foolish nor frivolous. It Is recreating TAIT AND THK WKIJD HIM. Tho Lexington Leader is about to orchard and all necessary out houses. health and beauty of the oastern elms, the man; that Is, making him over Will Pres. Taft veto the Webb 11111 begin a RooMovers Contest. It Is real-l- y Write, Ellhu Blcknell. SOME UNUSUAL DISHES. but up to the present time they are anew, giving him a fresh start In life. unknown In tho middle west. West- - Tills In lirmii'ht tilxutt I... ..n...t.... on thu ground of alleged failure to moro of a game than a contest, ns Bcrca, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. When making bread, save out a comply with tho Constitution Is an there is no solicitation or canvassing, rn horticulturists, knowing that they nnd vexation for a t inn livtnk. cannot hope wholly to escape thn visit iciire exciting question at Washington. Isn't and anybody living in Kentucky who CONTRIVANCE TO SAVE LABOR pint of tho dough and add two Ing him out from under tho stress of brown sugar to it, a of these pests, am putting forth earnIt about time that the President and the Leader may comiete. Prizes pint ot dates; knead well and set to est efforts to discover some method of toll nnd giving him something to other officials recognize the right of tnkes Harnessing and rise. This will make two largo loaves. amounting to $1,000 In gold will be Excellent .Device for of extermination, The European elm. think of that Is pleasant nnd divert Iccnl self government on which the awarded to those who guess Unharnessing Horse Prevents German Caraway Bread. Pour two the though hardy. Is stiff, lacking the ing. Straps From Tangling. cups of scalded milk on two greatest number of book titles repgraceful arching character of the 'llie best recreation Is found with of sugar, add a resented by plctuns. Following American elm. The hackberry, a fine friends, nnd cut of doors preferably. is THOMAS F. KONOP A device for harnessing and unof salt, two tablespoon-ful- s large tree, so like the elm that It Is A few hours a list of the prizes. recreation will harnessing horses is described and make of butter, and when lukeoften mistaken for It. Is subject to at- tho First Prize, fSOO In gold. day's work count for more. Play Illustrated In the Iowa Homestead by warm add an yeast cake dissolved ln tacks of a fungus that causes an unSecond Prlzo, $100 In gold. J. F. Forest and which he has In use a halt cup ot water; then add six cup-ful-a should bo brought Into tho life, Into sightly growth of twigs. 'Third Prize, $.10 In gold. on bis own farm. It consists of a thu neighborhood ot rye flour and two tablespoon-ful- s rational play. Fourth Prize, $50 In gold. rod threaded and tightened with of caraway. Knead, using whole Mr. Curtis gave sjveral address's burrs and Inserted between the joists wheat flour. When risen, shape Into Fifth Prize, $25 In gold. TREES GAVE STREET VALUE during his stay which placed need, d above the horso, similar to a manure loaves and let rise again. Sixth Prize, $25 In gold. emphasis u;hiii a side of life much carrier cablo. There are awning pul-- I Ham Tlmbales. Dissolve a Cass In Point as to Their Financial neglected In Ilerea. Soventh Prize, $25 in gold. leys fastened together In a pair so of gelatine ln a halt cup of Worth In Cltltt, If Any Eighth Prize, $25 in gold. 'that one pulley runs on the three-- I hot water, ndd two cups of cold boiled Were Necessary. Ten of $10 each, $100 In gold. eighths rod, and tho other has a ropo ham, finely chopped; season with musBEREA SPEAKERS ABROAD Twenty of $5 each, $100 In gold. run through it with two hooks tied tard, cayenne and add a halt cup ot A visitor In the southern states ' I)tul prizes, $1,000 In gold. Jin so that there ls an end of ropo cream, beaten stiff. Turn Into a mold "Passing , Uercn ls soudlug some capable this observation: mode ' Contests of this character Remove and have hanging below each hook. These and chill thoroughly. through a street In one of the large speakers to Ilyden for Washington's I proven Intensely popular In th larg'r h008 To tied In according to the garnish with parsley. Serve with the rltles of the south on which blocks birthday. Prof. Calfee will deliver an of first class bouses bad been erected cities all over the country, as guess- - h,elght of the hor.e. one hook being following sauce: Beat a half cup of In tho new graded school heavy cream, add threo tablespoonfuls on both sides, but evidently by dif- address Ing the titles of tho books Is great fIe?T Pi Into .? hamo ring or strap, ot mayonnaise dressing, two a. in. on educational ferent owners, there appeared to be building at fun and everybody has a chance. Tho pun topics. Dean Hubbard Is to preach. the otuer end of tho ropes which success In n wonderful of grated horseradish, two difference contest will run 11 weeks, 77 pictures lifts the hames clear of the horso and vinegar and a half caused by shade trees alone. There Saturday evening nnd Sunday morn In nil, and the Leader Is making n hook the other hook In hamo ring or tablespoonfuls of tcaspoonful each of prepared mustard was a pretty row or Carolina popinrs ing and evening. There will bo ,ther cpoclai rate of jl-,- o for tho Afternoon strap. The back pad and breeching on one side and on the other side no speakers, also, among and salt. whom are and Sunday editions till Juno I cover- - are ",te1 ln ,no "anie manner, ono Canadian Halibut. Melt a fourth of trees nt all, This side had numerous Pres. Crnbbo of HMimond. .Ing tho period of tho contest,' notices of houses to rent, but on the the hok ,0 a be lheJbaPlt P th and th a cup of butter, add two and a half U8ed abVO th,r breech; tablespoonfuls of flour, and whei well j examination other sldo of the trees. In the shade, of tho answers nnd th IN OUR OWN STATE every house was occupied, The houses mixed, two cups of milk and two cupa awarding or tlio prUcs. Culillllunl lli.lil hill I'ikc on both sides of the strets appeared ot cold cooked flaked halibut. Season Send subscriptions direct to the Lexto be of equnl age ami value and there jhan, wife of the oldiBt sjii and add a teaspoonful ot anchovy esington Leader, Lexington. Ky of the withwas no apparent difference between sence. Serve hot on squares of butout delay, so ns to start In with tho lato h'd Callahan was shot and seriouthe two. There Is not a particle of tered toast. Garnish with toast points sly wounded near C'rockettsv.lb beginning of Uie contest, if you want In doubt that the presence of tho trees and parsley. ( moro particulars before subscribing had given the one side the greater ad- Hrcathitt County. The shot iuc ltat Potatoes fried crisp and brown, cd tho amputation of an arm. uiop a iostni card to the Leader. vantage." with chopped red peppers as a flavor, j COMMERCIAL HANK PAYINl! I'P are not common. Add a cup of COMMISSIONER'TSALE chopped celery to the hot potato salad. On the 27th of l'ob.. according to Money for Civic Improvement. W. T. Woodall's Itprllti anil PaHi wera mnilf. lipnntl uiu announcement made liy tnu l.qu Heirs, Plaintiffs ful by tearing out stums and bulldlna: '""B ngont. the debitors of the vs. Commericlal Rank uud Trust Company boulevards and parks oa the vacated W. T. Woodall's Administrator v , Thomas F. Konop, Democrat, repre- grourdi. That these Improvements will bo paid of their Patron Saint for Stenographers. Defendants. not Increase tho taxes was because Its by checks, which will be mailed to sentlng the Ninth district of WisconEleven hundred Catholic stenogUnder and by vlrtuo cf a judgment sin In at the largo ' them. The amount in bu paid the government condemned raphers of various nationalities have tut recent congress, was nnd order of Bale rendered at the election. trans oi grouna. razea me uuiiuings, tM8 tmo jH $211,000. presented to the holy father a signed Device for Harnessing. !.,.l,,. Improved the property on them, and petition asking that St. Qcnoslus of AT. Ing. The harness now hangs above Aries be nominated as the patron of sold a part of the ground at a' A then FORMER BEREANS his work for several years past. 1,uudml barrvl Wt I " price justified by tho Improvements. the horse and Is shoved back out of their profession. St. Geneslus was a Tho following extract from a recently. Oth r the way against the wall. To harness notary or chancellor ot the city . of The people, rather than land specnla- - B,ruck nl CanncJ Rev. E. U. Menzle, clabsof'ic. afwt'lls nru In process of drilling, and letter Wright will up the horse the hames arc pulled Aries, who, refusing to transcribe an tors, got tha benefit of the Increaso In ter spending several months with his tirlntr frtrrP. from Mr. HUM . rlce from betterments and public use. . "till others projected. ' 1 Vn ahead and are hanging ready to be edict of the Emperor Mnxlmlanus Her' parents In Switzerland, recently r - ,", , . The legal right to proceed In this bick i nan ueen imnc lowered again ln position on the cules against the Christians, was deto Oberlin, ()., whro his sou, rmoi. uini-iturned UNITED STATES NEWS way Is called the law or excess con- years on tho California coast, horse. After becoming accustomed capitated by order of the persecutor. Leonard Is a student. It will bo re- several Coiniinmitmiii i nt vmr demnatton. In this country some com- near San Francisco, nnd the cool to It a device of this kind saves lift- This happened about tho beginning of membered that Mrs. Menzle died n ing and tho harness does not get the fourth century. America. munltles have tried to proceed In this foggy climate v. but the state sunromo courts . 1,10 M'lm'" ami ua Jlouso united. few years ago, and was followed two for study, did there, which Is so Ideal tangled up. not seem good for lungs. have found tho state laws nrovldcd Pres. Tuft, tho cabinet, tho Supremo years luter, by their ten year old I So I went ono January to Imperii! Court, and diplomatic court were Pit's- - daughter Crnci). for It to be unconstitutional. Value of Hogs. Crawford, at the 1911 conference onient. Tho President spoko In lienor of No stock upon the farm Is more Jno.S. Whlto, C70 Eddy Road.Clevc- - Valley, in the extreme southern part 111 iimiMiuK BB1U. tho memory of his colleague on Invite- - land, O., Is among tho old Undents of Callfornl. w"ero thero Is no rain, quickly turned to money than the , t,,0 Sl,,m0 Commllt , othtT who made good. For tho past yearl A aeci.ion uy n stn e coure up.io.a- - to mm uiu winter is noout l no .May ln "" KcniucHy. speakers were Champ Clnrk, and, has been ln tho employ of a up- sonable limits would In turn bo Tho nltltude ls amongst tho senators, Reot, O'uor-mathere. It Drapery of the Vina. firm In Cleveland, having bad held by tho supremo court of the Vines have a most Important misLaFolIetto, and Lodge. It was thren raises In snlary meanwhile. Hav- went flno till May, when hot weather United States." nn unusual Biiectaclo and nu uiiubunl ing tho advantages of an excellent Bet In. In Juno It used to get up to sion to perform In the decoration of house, and no dwelling, even of and uccasloii. 'raft Is tho first president ' night school ho Is hastening the 10C overy dny and tho ground Is to the most "What makes a city great beautiful architecture, la the hot that you cannot wear hobnails since Wuslilngtou to speak in tho completltlon of u business cjurso. strong! complete without their graceful drap In your bcots. on Inauguration ilny. j FOR SALE BY Last but not least John realized Not architecture's graceful btrength, Senate ery. They give an artistic touch that Lons drives can 1k taken only at nothing else can supply, whether It be MINERS IN WEST VIRGINIA Not factories' extended length, that "It la not ccod for man to lie THE BEREA DRUG COMPANY was lIHt ln charge of nn Thu Btrlko situation In West Vlr- - alone," uud on Juno 12, 1912, ho form-- ! "'R,lt' a cabin or a mansion. Train a rap Rut men who see tho civic wrong, vine over bare walls a'd the heat continues serious. Meetings are cd a llfo partnership with Mlsa An- - l,ortant l,lec0 f And Clvo tholr lives to mako it rlsht. Price SO Cents and It transforms the most unpreten Ami turn Its darkucss Into light." being held by tho miners nnd their na Mao Strong of Huutsbuig, Ohio. nnJ 1,10 worl 'mt u cr,ml' 1,1 sympathizers. n,o governor has order- -' MIbs Stromr was a 11,., luK8 that I havo never been ablo tious ot dwellings Into a thing ot Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention Kt..,i....t beauty, ana wnen trained around sun-- i oil out lour additional companies 9 nnd is onu of Huntsburg's best to recover from. From thero I went nv nnrehes thn vlneu nnt nnlv ' ef Why aro wo over overborne with 60 YEAH8- - , to a California Sanitarium for a year, tho inllltla, and tho leglslaturo up- - young Indies. EXPERIENCE tlfy, but add much of comfort to tho care. nn nltltudo or 2,ri00 and enmo out home In summer. aaaaaaaaar at Why should wo ever weak or heart- proprlated more than $210,000 to di- Vines are of Uomi friends will be Interested to hero threo years aso ror a change trouble after they are planted, little fray tho oxnenses of martini !...- will less bo, lcaru ot th0 whereabouts of tho sur- - and to find cheaper living. It Is live forever, and though some of the with Tho capital and executive mansion Anxious or troubled, when cnuo of the Wright family, 'about 4,500 abovo climbers will be found In the foliage here. aro surrounded by special guards. I vlv,"s u Is faycr, 'of"" t'ollego workers. Mrs. Wright Thero Is a lack of freshness In Uie class, many of them have flowers And joy and strength and courage Tho discovery of bribery amoiiL' tho that are conspicuously beautiful I hade matins legislators adds to West Virginia's uccupuM mo om nojiie ai uiivei, Mien., air in imperial, and even whero nro with theo? Trench. DCBICN8 and Is enjoying fairly good health went In tho California Hues, that Copyrights Slc. Proud Boast of Bohemian City. and "full of good works." Mnfru Is I find In a higher altitude. Utah Is Anyone iniillng a tlirlrh and Uricrlpllon n7 Giving Its building laws the credit, qntcklr &rruin our tM'Uiio'i ff wltuilier u Mrs. 11. T. Nowhall of Hood River, much mlldor than Colorado, and has rnmnuiitrA. Why not Send Your Parents a Tbomaston Pocket Knife? liiftiilmn U erolmMf MltnuM the Bohemian city of Prague, which iumaincii7C4Hiuniiiiiu. iiAnutwuh onraioiiu Oregon, tho mother of a year old none of thoso distressing high winds has more than 500,000 nt Paleiua. Ili1it aifenrr tur terurlns Co. mcalTt population, UkoQ through Jluim A rliitj It is American made, and you nor your parents can get a better daughter. Clara Is teacher In a which blow so much of tho year claims not to have lost a Ufa by Are titeUinUUt, without cbarga, lu tba knife than a ThomastOIV Acadomy In Mt. I'leaoant, east of tho Rockies. You have a reeling f comfort when you have la fifteen years. "My brother, Ilornell, died ten years as a constant companion one l tliece serviceable knives, anil your father Utah. Albert, civil englnoer, musician, cfis Abtuidtomulf lllnntrttwl wnfctr. writer, with his wlfo and llttlo son ago, a most promising lad, being the j eaUlIuu of anr . UUo J itirimt, Tcrn, 93 Why Walt for an Occasion r would like one. If your store lias not Thoniaston Knives tell the resides In I'rovo, Utah. From ill There la nothing too good tor KkUNN & Co New York Store, for they sell them. day ose. health ho has boon forced to glvo up , slcaly and mentally,'' branch OfDoa, H6 Jt BU Wuhlnglon, IX. C. b-I'ablo-Hnrnsatfol-wasi-a' ''' 11 CABINET s . lplgl': Btiow-bollln- '- M. ..." tablo-spoonfu- ls table-spoonfu- ls ul ' ! table-spoonf- ul ' ' table-spoonfu- ls ( . I one-thi- rd ,U', ' f I T, nt ........ i wall-pap- er u, sea-lev- ayo FDR LUCK PLAY fr. ' la wf. '"' 03-0- hn. sea-lev- I 1 I'res-bytcrl- Scientific American. ve Page Six. THE CITIZEN. which might iiinke Interesting reading matter In Boston I rode to the stn tlon nnd mailed my loiter, nnd on my return I found SIH Ellen engaged. an he snld. In putting the house to rights. Tor If we leave nil until the last day. I...- .I.,... . Itlll. . in- .mm-num. fun. .mi.I spent the day lending n hand hen lo r lifting n piece of furniture there. 1114 Ellen mended ninny an old laco curtain that day. while I would sit. pipe lu month, watching her fingers move Imrkwanl nnd forward and keeping my eyes on her fnee when her own were Hied on the work In her lap. I was on the point severnl times of tell ing her why I hnd come south, to confess that (here was no kinship possibly with the Kentucky Palmers, tint nfler , severnl elToris. which really got no further than planning them, t would fore-go nil iletermltiiillon to piny h strictly honorable role, nnd then, too, I feared It might put Colonel Turpln In n false position as well iim myself, or so I chose then to think Thnt evening Ml Ellen phi.visl more bountifully tlmn I had ever hoard her play before, and she snng some old time melodies for ns too Her voice wns sweet, ar.d she sane simply and without effort. Before we hnd gathered around the piano sud sung glees, even the colonel remem-berlenough from his old Princeton , days to jend discord occasionally. It wns nn uuetentful but happy day. and 1t swept me miiiiy leagues nearer lo the goal to which I hail been drifting unconsciously, since the tlrst minute I bad seen Miss Ellen and looked Into ber honest brown eyes. The next morning somo of the I February ao, 1913 . Tie careful." she laughed, "for II will not hear rough bundling, though I dnre say father would tell you thnt It has lusted since (letioriil Oglethorpe breakfasted off It and therefnru will Inst after we are item! " And so we sot the tnhte. Miss Ellon running to the kitchen every now ami then nnd coming back to straighten the knives nnd Turks, tolling me that men were no earthly good nhoiii a bouse Once our bunds torn-liewhile placing the plnles. mid Instantly, as It by Instinct, wo faced each other, and our eyes met. After that she kept on the other side of the table from Humid Inter sent tut' upstnlrs to dross for When I cnine down there dinner seemed to he n glow on her chock, ami In her hair there wns stuck a wild rose which I hnd brought her from the woods The next three days nil was hustle The hoys nnd girls enme nn I'liursilay each bringing something In a basket Ho much cooking I hnd never seen One wns put tn bent the whites of the rggs nnd another the yolks Some one wn-detailed to mix the enkc nnd still tnnthor to wntrh It nfter It hnd i D0 IL p PRESIDENT aaaafciJ-- ' sw ... .. pr ( SHIELD MAJORS ARCHIBALD W. BUTT 1903, ' ( Copyright, by J. 0. Llpplncolt eompiny. All rlghti reeerved. TRIBUTE TO MAJOR ARCHIBALD TAFT'S TOUCHING W. BUTT. Margaret Robertson was given a squad nnd ordered to decorate the hall wltb greens. The Jelly wns made, and some one was sent with It to the sprlughnuse. where It wns left to cool nnd harden. Every now nnd then the colonel would np penr at the kitchen door to tell us what times they used to linvo before the war when he wns a loy. Thnt night when nil were gone nnd Bud h.t rnunt Imui nr WIV VUUIHJ, II. ..C .... hnd fallen asleep In a chair Miss V. . I.MUB """ ' "tul on i10 ,nwn lo ,OOK friends, enme for mo to go hunting "e ,,,oon" with them. I got Into some of Mud s M,M!' ' MM. "I m happy hunting togs nnd with bis gun on my shoulder rode with them to the hunt bpro' nml lm,c to ,rnT0 ,np I'mos." 'lo J""11 ,nll of going?" she Ing lodge, from which oolnt nr .n.nr. from bh tie the end together, coining oul iiliif lienrltu what nil the ed the country for ninny miles that sold, her voice sulidued and her face SYNOPSIS day. '1 he sport was new to tne on ac- turned away. soon we would start nguln. chatter was about, delivered a Palmer, n Boston newpaper man. Is and "Because I do not want to outlive cared not how many times tbe traces upon the frivolity of youth nnd lecture count of the gnme we found. I had to firo-Bl- n to report social and Induseent ended tndllTerent luck, however, though the my welcome." I snld trial conditions In a series of letters to hii might snap or bow long It took ua to by saying: S "No one does that nt the Pines. As ' lit If papr Colonel Turpln. a southerner, get to cburcb while opposite to me sat ' 1W H others' tilled their bags with plover, Y "And If no one has seen about he robins, thinks Palmer Is a lawyer and has coma illsa Ellen, her eyes laughing Into you see. there Is not much to offer, 10 foreclose the Turpln plantation's tnort music I promise to furnish that as my plenty doves nnd larks. There were but our friends nre nlways welcome of blackbirds, hut we scorned mine every time tbe horses were sbnre. eace will bring my old violin and shooting brought to a stop. ttue. though I was told they Bud likes you. nnd father seems be one of the band myself," which anhim. and the colonel, Palmer urdecelves make a good pie. which Is a favorite younger since yon came." "Hud. the harness Is getting pretty nouncement thinking th.it Palmer Is a kinsman. Inwas greeted wltb np "And your I said, drawing a step dish with the colored hands on the vites him to he hla euest at the lines old," sit Id the colonel wltb grave dig- plause. for I beard afterward that no farms. I saw something of ench mem nearer to her. Palmer meets Ellen and Dud Turpln and nity when Hud halted tbe coach for tbe one could keep such good time as Mr. la hospitably received. ber of the party during the day and ' "Oh. IT She gnvo s little gasp and fifth time. I think, and Juit wltbln Lamb, nnd J the darky hand always ended with n laugh. "It Is as easy to sight of tbe old church. played better when he led It CHAPTER IV. cook for live ns It Is for four, so don't "Yes. father; it must be considerably Thot nfteruoou a number of older i think of leaving on my account." Almoit a Propoial. older than 1 am." answered Bud cheer, people lu the county called, snd Miss "That Is what hurts." I said. "If IRI.Y Sunday morning the old fully as he used the last bit of twine Ellen served tea on the shady side of you did unt have to do this or If I conch was pot ready, for Miss be bad. "but It will bold together an- the house under the porch. loiter Bud bad only known you long enough to illen sang Id the cburcb obolr. other six months. 1 reckon." smiling and 1 rode horseback. lie took me to tell you nil that Is In my mind." nnd we hnd to mnke an enrlv Into the conch nt Miss Ellen and me. see the camping ground of General ended bitterly "Do you think tbe coacb will bold Sherman, which Miss Ellen bad point- - ' start Id order that she might pet tbero She held up her finger and. laughing on time. "I reckon yon are oot a together tbat long. Bud?" nervously ed out lo me the night of my arrival, in my face, said- "But you haven't. churchman." said the colonel, "for. tf asked Mrs. Turpln. for ber faith In tbe and from there wc took n circuitous bihoovn you to approach it rv- you know. So you must stay a long I remember rightly, tbe Palmers were vehicle was but little. Indeed, she bad route home. He told me ninny of tho rintly." always hluotmcU Presbyterians, but suggested using tbe wagon before we dltllcultles of farming In the county. time nnd then come back somo day wns agnln struck with the resemand tell me." she added roguishly. started. most people down here are Eplseopn I Vfe passed n numlier of farmers, and Hans, so duu't you go unless you feel "Never!" snld "! will tell you le-- blance to the lady In my dream. "How enn you ask such a question, from each learned something and "You nre like the tlrst part of my o Inclined " fore I leavo If have to stay the year Mary?" snld the colonel. Bbowlng an stored up In my mind many a quaint picture," I snld softly I acknowledged to being a member noynnce. "Has it not lasted ever since anecdote for my letters from these out" "Then let me piny It for this evenof the I'reshyterinn cburcb. but ex- George Washington visited Augusts? B.mpp anmry f0k. Ono time when "Bravely soken!" she cried. "And "And If you ran Impressed n willingness-na- y. even an It will be here when we are gouo and I will do what I can to tnako you take ing." she kuM nml r)(llon forwnr,i to consult eagerness- - to go. for I knew that Mis' serve your grandchildren well yet. I'll gmnc olle nitout ccttlng extra hands 1 Christmas dinner with us. And now agine tne a colonial dumo you shall bo courtier Ellen would not be nt bome. Tbe be bound." at which Miss Ellen col- rcmetnlieto be nice to all the homely b "Good," from King Gcorgc'a court" p to sto(I ooknc individual I cried, "if you will admit drive that morning was a memorable ored nnd Bud laufcbed heartily. girls you see tomorrow evening, nnd I I saw silting on a rail fence whom ! have come across tbe sous one. Hud sat un the box and did tbe Bud drove to tbe back of the church, near hv whittling n tii.-- tils i.ini promise not to got Jealous even If you tbat driving, "lib Pickaninny Sum by bis where there was a long row of horse and hair wore unkempt, nnd bis whole dance with the pretty ones ns well." I vide. Colonel nnd Mrs. Turpln. Miss stalls. There were several old coaches nttltude was one of supremo IndifferBud wns still asleep when we got t "As you will, my lord." spreading Ellen mid I occupied tbe seats on tbe standing by. but none ns ancient or ence to his surroundings. back to tho bouse. We roused him. out ber gown nnd courtesylng. "But I nnd all went quietly to bed. I did not will not be rcrqtoiiKlble for the cotiso- aB grand as ours, and I found myself "Good morning." I said. Inside. I bad seen the George Washsleep much that night, and somehow I quonces. So see to It Hint you play taking pride In tbe npparent (antiquity "Snme to you." he answered without ington coacb at Mount Vernon, and 1 did not think Miss Ellen did either, for well your part, else I will send you to of the family I was visiting and re- looking up to see who hnd addressed could not belp thinking of It aa 1 your king ngnln " I did not feel ns ns when everymember quite well sneering at tbe blm. looked at this heirloom of tbe Turptns. Imdy wns unconscious In thnt spacious j After that ! addressed her only ns newly painted buggies wblcb were "How are your crops this year?" I I might bare thought that It bad onco lined nlong the fence. We not only gracious lady" or "fnlr Mistress j "most mansion. asked. been used by General Oglethorpe himEllon" I wooed her In the strnnge a pew well up under tbe chancel, bad "Poor." was his monosyllabic reply. self, so ancient did It look. Tbe colonnd quaint language of n hundred occupied a place of honor among CHAPTER V. "Good Inst year?" nel assured me In n most serious rein but years ago. Sometimes she seemed the middle nlsle aristocracy. I bad "Nil p." with maddening Indifference. The Wishing Stoni. tbat It bud neer bad tbat distinction, never beard Miss Ellen sing and did startled nt my earnestness, and when "I hope your crops will bo better though there was it tradition In tbe HE girls who had been Invites thinking my speech too fervent she sonot next yea,r." ventured ngnln. to family tbnt It had been occupied by pranoknow now whether she was the night nt the would bid me go hence and add anwns templed sorely I "Doubt It." wns all he would answer. or alto. Pines enme early the next day. other wallflower to my already largo General Washington on bis famous to look around Just once to see her In Tbe Held hack of him did not look en- I Rode With Them to tha Hunting and I went to the tjelds with bouquet I would straightway return Tlslt to Kort Augusta nfter the days organ loft, but so many eyes were couraging. Despairing finally of getLodge. Bud. for .Miss Ellen told me that I and tell her of the court life and wovo of tbe llevo.'uticn. when he stayed at the on fixed tne that I kept mine II led re- ting any Information from blm, I drew would only ho In the way If I stayed amid my Imagery nn odd mixture of Meadow Garden, the bome of tbe nil, to a greater or less ligiously on the minister. After ser- rein, preparing to Join Bud, adding, found tliein I saw Bud at his plow and tbe bead of whlcb family bad mon my New England home. Once, taking degree. In love with Miss Ellen. Jim at home. the Turplni held quite a recep however, before leaving: watched how cheerfully he did the her hand for a moment and looking been one of those to sign tbe Declaragave me iiiucii Information about the tion under tbe pines In the yard, and "Well, that's too bad." work of n day hilsirer. lit my plo Into her eyes, I said: tion of Independence. Tbe coarb waa was given an opportunity of seeing With sudden animation he stopped others, but milled: till strong and did not look out of "Ah. Ellen. I love you well, and 1 "She Just laughs at them all nnd nnd walked several of the furrows In what re.speot they were held In the whittling for a moment to look up and with place as It rambled through tbe pine won't even let them pay her cumpli ing him. nnd then, heartsick at see- would take yon to n court In truth county. Several of tbe young men remark: this line sjM'clmen of young man where you would And n royal welcome, forests, but It would come near to up" 'Taln't ns hnd ns you think, my ments ns they do to tbe other girls." mc to bunt with them and of- hood trudging wearily to nnd fro In and you would be n queen to every one setting at times when going down bills "And you'r" I snld. guns, shells and dogs. friend. don't own this land." the thankless soil. I wnmlered off In who knew you. nnd I would so guard where tbe roads were washed Into deep fered me their "Oh. me! She would not even look the woods to "We know Bud Is pretty busy," they j I rode off, laughing nt this quaint dream of .Miss Ellen mid yon that neither poverty nor sorrow . trenches. ' He . at me." said the manly young fellow, weave schemes for the rest of the fani Every now and tben Dud would would suy. "so If you give tbe word we conception of the vnlue of land will tide by for you some day this bad not Intended to be either witty or Jooklng me Miiarely In the fare, not lly when Mie would hnve Ihooiiio my should ever come near you or to thoso bring tbe team to a stand and, telling you love." tho us tbat tbe trace or some other part week." Miss Kllen wns the center of humorous, hut wns sincere In trying to ashamed toI confess up myhopelessness of wife. When? The question brought "I have naught to do with courts, my bis love. made mind thnt If with It a Hood of doubt, attraction, nnd every man tried to edge disabuse my mind of n false iinpres for. after all himself within thf circle that sur slon I might hnve of the extent of his It ever enme In my way to do .llm a would she give up the work Mie had lord."I hhe said wllh n certain pathos, and knew sbe was thinking of her good turn, no matter how my own suit rounded her tn order to receive one troubles When Bud rode up he exiiudortulioii. or would her pride nllow passing remark from her nt least. plained to tne that the man farmed came out, for I was now Intent upon her to nccopt any nsslstnnce for her duty nt the Pines. "So go back to your king. mid. whether he lie nmhltlou or Fhe seemed entirely unconscious ot tbe only on shares and had he owned the winning Miss Ellen, I would do It for family? felt there were depths to gold, or both, forget the simple colobis open mid honest confession. Influence she exerted In her limited land he would have been held responher nature which I hud not boon nble nial dame who more often plays tho Wc wore n happy party as we to sound In the sphere, yet apparently took this hom- sible for the Interest on the mortgngo short time I hnd boon part of dairymaid. And now." she age for grunted, or bo It appeured to Indeed, he said that 'o own certain of lunched at the lodge. We barlxTtied there. Enid, looking Into my eyes and laughour robins and some of tbe doves on me. tbe land around that section was re feat- of wounding her I hnd re ing, "go mid seek out every maid over little spits over a chnrcoal tire and malned silent, "We must have a dance in tbe ball garded ns a calamity, but I was now resolved twenty-ninemid while Mr Palmer Is bere." t heard ber That ride with Bud gave me much stewed some with rice. We rode home to spent! to her before leaving, and had them nil through when you hnve led the graceful minuet saying tn some of the girls who were material for a letter, nnd when ! went early, however, more lo Bee Miss I received night to return come buck to mo." Ellen, think, than for any other rea to Boston I orders that standing near, at wblcb they Immedi- to my room I wrote until after midwould have told her of my And would do as bid nnd dance ately set up snrb u clatter nml chatter night. I touched only on tbe general son. Kncli would have left ull bis boundless love nnd nMked her to lie some old time wnltr. with some lonely as n hundred sparrows might be ex- condition of the planters nnd petty game ut her feet, hut she would not come wavering between maid mid then return to Miss Ellon's havo It so, hut said she would Hike my m.v wife Still pected to mnke niton the Urst warm farmers nnd mnde use of such apt com Inclination to declare my love mid side only to be sent nwity again to day In spring The following Friday meats as I hud chanced to pick up what I hud killed In part payment for iH'ltig too precipitate. I returned some one who she noticed wns not my board, which Innocent remark fear of was settled ns the day. mid all, boys nwny from the Pines. I rend and I did not see her until dnnclng ElnnHy the supper hour wns, brought a deep llnsli to my cheek, re to the Pines. my letter to mnke sure It could nod girls us well, agreed to come dinner time, however, then only during announced, mid I wns mnde happy by I did, my unhappy Thursday and belp cook the supper not he traced to Oglethorpe or Its lm niemherlng, ns a hasty meal, after which we iixsistisl Miss Ellen, who chose tne ns her partI arrived at the her to for the party, and earn ngreed. too. to mediate vicinity wns satisfied that mistake when I clear the table and place u ner for the march. Just ns we wero We ilesorllx'd our Hiort. ami bring something, It would describe many of the older Pines. Margaret Bohert-lonumber of small ones on the side porch forming Into Hue some one cried. "It said sbe would bring all tbe sugar counties In the Ntute; but. looking buck she showed Interest in everything we for the party. We laid the collation Is the hour for the wishing sionel" now. It to me thnt I was too said and all we had done. Presently, for i he evening's entertainment mid Deeded for the cake. Bert Simmons and then one mid nil. suve myself, for looking at the sun. she exclaimed went to dress. promised three quarts of cream for the general In my deductions and thnt the I did not know what wns meant by "Come; go home, you boys, for I nm then wns illustrations, while unique, did not give It with some misgivings that I the wishing stone. Joined In the clamor. ellluliub. and Jim Barrett soJd be not going to ask you to siny to dinner, a proper conception either of the limn-nermy owning suit, but on coin donned would make up the rest that might be Miss Ellen yielded at length, nnd. still and he here early Thursday morning Ing of the people or of tbe condition needed, lluth Howard would donate downstairs I found the colonel ar holding my Imml mid bidding me give or I will not dunce with any of you nl of the country save In the exceptional rayed In one of nn anterior dale mid flour, and another offered chickens for case. But I had been (mined to look the party" It took them tint n few Bud transformed from the plow Ininil the other lo the girl behind me. and so the salmi, and so on down tho list on down the Hue. we r fear, which I think minutes to get their horses mid for the exception, or the liiorullig In the sull he had hoile Ihtough one stnrted out of the "Bo sure to bring them picked. of the deep, low down the roud la the main fault of all young eop!e worn at the lime of his graduation A nil windows George Adnms." said Miss Ellen, Wo circled the porch, "And you. sir," she mild, turning to number of young girls laughing, to the lad who hud donated who have it pen put Into their hand, had urrhod be eros-o-d the gardens nml passed down me ns we lost sight of tbe others-"wlu- it I lie fore Miss Ellen nunc the chickens, "for If Sally Stovall Is who are prone to point out the ridicuare you going tn do tn the way men wore assembled ut down, mid lb, the lerince The moonlight tillering lous side of life Instead of seeing the the foot of there you will be of no assistance, as manhood through the trees glimmered brightly nnd tbe strength which often of reparation now that you mid your we know from experience. on I he colored fris-kAnd two underlie conditions, no mutter bow friends have put me back In my work?" stairs as If wiiltlng for her as we sped down Mv heart seemed to slop hciilluu n of you girls must come prepared to the cedar lime. strange they may appear nt flrst. "Set the table and bring tbe wood," I saw her lithe mid griicorui ilgute speud the night of the ball to help clear The Coach Would Coma Near to Up But my work for thnt week wns I cried (Continued next week,) way the reiiiiinuts the next day " All old limeade ol hoi mother chid In sitting at Timaa. "Come; you shall set the table, for coming mi done, and I urose the next morning toward me llet hull win mill Yoliiutcercd. nml Mls hard of the barney bad broken, would get time to choose hetwecuEllen had a high-I- j wllh the feeling that I could do with the wood bus hccu brought In already " I high on her bond, ulll'h ceimil ii, I'Mik up nnd not down, forward and them, so my time hs I wished without trying to I followed lu the dining room, where down nnd Hiking n bundle of twine was HiU bouor prized. .The reoior, chujige lux whole, mm n''t buck, out nml not In, U'lid a baud. remember .Incidents or oon versa Hons heJhlcv me the Jtlbleclottl.. Edwurd Everott Hale. i, - Major Archibald W. Butt wm ana of tha herois of tha Titanic Ha wit Preiidint Taft'i military aid. Aftar Major Butt's daath tha president, with taara in hii ayaa and faltaring voioo, made him tha aubjaot of ena af tha moat haartfalt aulogiaa avar pronounoad ovar a gallant man, praiaing hla manhood, hla couraga, hla loyalty, hit aalf eacrifiee. "Everybody know Archla at 'Arch la,'" aald tha praildant. "I cannot go Into a box at a thaatar, I cannot turn around in my room, I cannot ga anywhere, without expecting to aaa hia amiling faca or to haar hla chaarf ul vole In grafting. Tha Ufa of tha praildant la rathir nolatad, and thoia appointad to liva with him coma much cloaar to him than any ona elae. Tha bond la vary cloia, and it la difficult to apeak on aueh an oecaaion. "Archie Butt'i charactir waa aimpla, atraightforward and ineapabla of Intrigua, A claar lima of humor light nad hii lifa and thoia about him. Lifa waa not for him a troublad problam. Ha waa a loldiar, and, whan ha waa appointed to aarva undir anothir, to that othar ha randirad implicit layalty. I navar knaw a man who had aa much talf abnagition, ao muoh aalf aacrifica, aa Archia Butt "Occanona lika tha alnking of tha Tltanio fraquantly divalop unforanan tralta In mm. It makai thim haroaa whan you don't expect It. But with Archia it wn juit aa natural for him to halp thoia about him aa It waa far him to aik ma to parmlt him to do aomothing for aoma ona for ma. "Ha wai on tha dick of tha Titanlo axactly what ha waa everywhere. Ha laavaa a void with thoae who loved him, but tha circumitancai of hla going aro all that wa would hava had, and, whila taara Till tha ayai and tha voica ii choked, wa ara falicitatad by tha mimory of what ha waa." Before antaring upon military lifa Major Butt dlaplayad high litarary ability. Tha but of hla atorlaa la "Bath 8ldea of tha Shield," a aplindidly wrlttan romance of lova and war. bed-tim- e put Into tho oven. tnniliv me start ns 1 roTnondioml m.v dream plctnte. The brocade was fad ed, but Its gloss nnd richness reimtln ed Her shoulders were hare, nnd tier tilted chin cave her the nlr ol mine quaint old medieval picture come lo llfo "Am I not In keeping with the my house?" alio snld. Interpreting gnre. "Yon are llke.n queen," I said "Then you shall pay me court for this one night." she answered nml held out her hand to me. which I took mid, with the iiinnner of nn old time south ern gentleman. Just ns I had seen Colo nel Turpln do. I Ixiwcd low nnd for n moment let my lips linger on the tips of her fingers. "Yon have other courtiers." sndl one ef severnl men who came forward to )oln us. She hold out her hand, and as she lid o she looked nt me for a second the withdrew it gracefully and added wllh n smile "I wns onlv iidiiitttltrt a new one." nnd then Imde me follow her She Introduced me here nnd there nnd told me how mntiv times ! We went liliist dance with each J n the porch and stniidlug there. I " ... i. 'll'n" 1 1 1 - 1 W 1 I - 1 1 1 nj ' I - ' I 1 1 T Kx-u- d Ual-ton- s, 1 1 1 I A) 1 - , 1 1 d tlt 1 dlsu-peu- February 20, 1913. FOR GRINDING THIS CITIZEN ROOTS. P.IHC Seven Homemade Device Recommended In Place of Spade or Chopper. An enaler nnd reei!ler method of. rediiclni; lieeta. rnrroli, (iirulM nml other oid to pulp Hum chopping up with n apnile or the four blmled chop per aometluien UmmI for thla purpoe la provided by the chenp homenmde RAISING JJEEF CATTLE. Kllnder llluatniled, Any pciiiltrymnii or atock rnNer cnu Bred 8tof.k OfUri Opportunity Pur iiinlie It nt Irlllluu expense of lime nnd Cvn on High Priced Land. Tlic only illili' MilmiiMi r tin work nml e It with belt wheel for jirnlili'iu which confront mul mITiiIk atenin or (,'iia eliKlne (Kiwer, or. If or roiupuNory. u crunk mid tlm wlmli iimtitry III tlircnli-iiix- l lirff nmy be nttiiclied mul Hie Krlnder f tnl n c ilnrlni; tin imM Ihc nr len opernted by linml kiwit N fur tin oiirii Ml fill iiiitn to yriirn Mnnner of limit nml niNc nnue rnitli mi (h.'li lei;t, bnicex. ituiKliiu hopper, iittnrhlui etc. fnrim nml rut Iimmi- - from tin- - Men of InrKe llliiNtmtlou, Ii well esplnlned In niiiiiII llluitriitlou buying Ikii i cjitl - for lirrcillnu pur Farm INTENSIVE FARMING Conducted by FRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M.S. Instructor In Animal Husbandry, nnd Special Investigator WHAT TOJDO IN FEBRUARY Tho farmer Hint In and SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Garden 11 1 pi PICKINOJTONES 11 d 11 IMISI'H. It U rliiltncil Unit fiirmiT will not nitlli- - on hlnh. tindorliil.e to mini' priced Intnl. Im'Ciiiko of tin- - liollef that It rntinot lx iiinitt' irolltnlili'. With nl fnlfn. wlilrli will i;rov In inot locnll-tlcMiiti-a- , In tlic rorn mul by tin of i)hi of tin olio for the thr entire crop of Mini liixlciul of only 00 per rout of It. ni iiiuIit prwent iih'IIiinN. nml hy tin- - tin of n Kmd luirtlonlnrly of herd crmlt of rut iiouil.maiik ikkjt oiiiMnrit ln'iulcrs, the corn belt fiirmiT W n Ir'imii Turin mul mi nil of iilmuihint inotiry prolllH n well ns tin1 proii'rvntlon of hN hi ill ahowa aectlomilly the Interior or nmln fertility, without which no syMcin of worktm; piirta. A trliiiiKUlur nlmpiil nprlriillnrc inn he iiiinlc permanent iHlrlp of uoinI (A) exteinU ncmsa renr aide of Ihix, llrmly unllnl In plnre beor even of n Inni: diirntlon. tin l""t U'i't entile hcIIIiik on hind the Kplkett e Under (III, which re the Krlndlinr, nnd thmi $l.0 per vohea 11ml doeAPiiinrkel for lienil, nml cooil hrivdlm; Imll.i for not nnolher woixleii xl rip (Cl, tilted with teeth like the cylinder, extendi nenwa front able nml alldci In croovca or 'amnll Ntrlii nt endi of hopper na nn niljuitiible I'onrine Teeth nmy lx twelve Hniiy Hplkc. henda cut "IT nml the reiiinlnder driven lutocyllniler. leinlni: nhont n half Inch iroJectliiK. with euiN tiled ahnrp. The dlatmire cylinder leelli nre jiIiicimI npnrt nml hisIHoii of movnble ronrnve, the teeth of which ahoutd lnterect those of the cylinder, will determine the decree of fineness to which root tuny h redii's d The crlnder mn.v Is innde of nny desired rn purity If nil Its worklns pnrta nre well uiiide with arrewH nml bolta, It will Is- - vers duriible nnd mny la run Ht tilth xpeed Turin nnd Tire aide Ix-r- f llt rifl'l,) I .Jtli r - -- SPREAD MANURE NOW. I'tiotntiriipli by Tmiumwi agricultural lrrlMirti( tatloti, KTKrlW ON fAHTCRK. editor of the Albany Evening Journal, nnd for many years tho Republican leader of the state. Tho letter written by Mr. Weed has not been preserved, but it was in praise of President Lincoln's Inaugural address nnd of his speech of notiHut tho answor Is In tho fication. possession of William Dames, Jr., of Albany, chairman of tho Hcpubllcan li stale committee nnd grandson of Mr. In it President Lincoln exWeed. presses the opinion that the Inaugural address will wear as well ns or better than nnythlng else ho has produced. It Is not at all likely that tho present generation will ngree with his estimate of tho lasting qualities of the address. Few persons now know, except In tho most general way, what It was about, while his Cicttysburg address has become one of the c1nsslcs of the Kngllsh language. PREPARE FOR NEXT SPRING. Mr Weed was one of tho strong personalities of tho convention at ChiOround Plowed In the Autumn le Easier cago which nominated Lincoln, the to Handle the Coming Year, head of tho New York delegation, and I II nd Hint wxl ground broken In the In charge of the campaign which had full la iiihIit to work up In pnmI chape for Its purpose tho nomination tot with dlk h'lrrowa In the spring thnu William 11 Seward, generally regardthat which It frehl.v plowed In the ed ns the leading candidate. spring, kiij-corr"iiiilent of Turin Tho defeat of Governor Seward was ProKrens. The furrow kIIccm will Im a great disappointment to Mr. Weed, better nettled down nml easier to cut nnd ns ho wns preparing to leave the iilh the illk thnu when It N J t convention city ho was asked lo visit el In the uprluu' nml the furrow .v....!.!ri.......!.!.!.!.......!.s.!.,...- ..Ho did not Mr. Lincoln nt Springfield. nre looe nnd iiihv to he thrown Are you testing your seed for do so nt that time, but went to Iowa, bout by illxliH without cutting them X s" germllititlng uiuilltlcs? It Is n whero ho had planned to rest, but on op flue. I do not rlnlui that kts will state ex T his way back to Albany ho did slop ant grow to fniine extent on (he html J; simple mutter, nnd the i'. perlment station will send you f plowed In the fn II. the negative now In the poitee-lo-n and had a five hour conversation with T full directions for doing It nt X From of Frederick E. Meearve, New tho nomlneo of his party. 1 good Job of plowinn Hiiro Hint home. It was that conversation that began ing done In the fiill-n- iid what I menu York. ii I a friendship that lastod through ttie nllre turned entirely the furrow life of Mr, Lincoln, and this last letter over, with the nod In contact with the was ono of many that passed between bottom of the previous ftirrowi-w- ill With the Feathered Folk. THURLOW WEED tho men. They wore ordinarily In rebe In better ulnipe nfter thorough linr row ; limn run l lation to national matters, but not Ininnde tltli thu Tor fnttenlng clileUens butteriullk frequently tho personal element crept lutue Hum nt of work on aprltiR plowed hns n feeding vnlue uIkho IIO rents per nppll-riitlo11 ln-c- nitieh more. It woiilil ieom Hint the present romlltlotm nml pnnpe-ctoffer tln opimrtunlty of n Ki'tiemtlon, If not of n lifetime, to the mnn who would rnlm- - Ix ef cuttle on Ills fnrin, mul III atiawcr to the objection that f entile profitably 011 IiIkIi ennnot In- - mln-priced land It li only neccmnry to any dune nml Hint the cure that It It fill inethiMN nrceinnry under prem-n- t rotidltlona net the fnniier more profit than lie formerly ohtnlm-- under the CondltloiiH which Mirroiindcd the clienp lioef nicer. A 1111 inemie for money making for renin to come, the roNIng of licef cnttle on the fnrin will not excelled by nny other proposition except erhnpi the production of dnlry cnttle In fvorrl localities Tor the general fnniier throughout the rountry. tho prow I UK of f tired cnttle ofera n Brent er opportunity th.in nny other apparent aoun e of reienue. Now la Hie time to huy breeding tock. nnd money lies III the pure bred. Kntmna Farmer. U-c- 11 Plow It Under Good and Deep and Watch RetulU Next Year. Kvery up to date fnniier or hind owner know a Hint the keeping of fnrin hind up to It hluhest isisslble atnte of fertility Involves the liitelllKeut Use of InrKe ipimitltles of biiruyniil mniiure. anya I'rofrasor .tones of the Idnho atiitlon The ipieMtlmi of when nml how to npply It most ndvnntiiceously la, however, sometimes n pii7.r.lliiK one. I'lirtlculnrly Is this true In the ciimo of the mini who crow amnll grnlu THE only. It well known, of courne. Hint mnuiire mny pmve n detriment mtlier Hum n txMictlt when Ita Is follow isl nt once by u whent or out crop Hut to the 111:111 who makes u pnu tlce cultlviitisl crop eiich yenr of crowlui: the dlsHisnl of the iiunmil mvouuiln Hon of b.iruynrd mmiiire preHentH no serious problem, lie will npply Hie innnuro to the land which la to receive the rultlvnted rrop. There nre two coed rensons for huk i;eMtlnK that whenever possible barm ynrd innuuie nIioiiIiI rench the fields In the full rather than In the aprlm; of the yenr. 1'lrat. there Is less waste of the elements of fertility by the Irnrhlui; effis'ts of the winter nnd aprliiK ruins: xceoml, when applied In the fnll mid nlso turned under by full plowing ileromHiKltlon acta In Itume dlntely. prmtresses slowly ilurlnu the winter, then proceeds rapidly with tho wnrmlui; up of the soil In the aprlm;, Nltrocen. one of Hie moat Important of chemical elements to browing plants. Is thus made iivnllnhle for Its use even Is'fore the rrop Is planted T11II plowing. esp1s,lally when left rough, nlso puts the soil In the lsst IMisslble romlitlon for the absorption mid retention of thu winter mid nprlni; niliis. Am thcra I0U1 of stones In your other tilings bcltm eipml, Is field? If mj, ro out tomorrow with tlm ono Hint ninnnRos bin farm ro team nml sl.d, Rather them up and that ho has Bomethlng to do nil tho haul them to Hit gullies thnt nro year round. Tor thla rrtiBon thu timn washing cut In your fields nnd pile thnt kenpH cattle, hof?s nnd Khcep, nnd them In thoco to stop the washing. feeds them rnrefully throuRh' tho winYou will thus snvo tlmo nnd temper ter lias n decided ndvnntiigo over In plowing, nnd In tending tho crops, tho man Hint hcIIr tils crops nnd nnd when your land Is In mendow Keeps no Btocl: except his team nnd you can mn tho mowlnB machine ovr n cow or two. Tho man that follows very Bleep places It thcro nro no this latter method docs not usually stones, do enough rtnl work to keep up Ills BURNING BRUSH, WEEDS AND niietlto. Of courHO many do t work In tho timber, etc., ilur-In- g STUBBLE winter; but with bnd rwuls team-luIn where ninny farmers inaKo Is n IobIiir occupation In winter, This nnd timber Is now m Kcnrce that it n Rrvat mistake. Hero Is n rulo nil Is no longor profitable, to handle It, tdiould follow: Never burn anything ; nml In n few years merclmnlablo tim you can plow under. You Bay you ber will bo entirely used up In this don't want to seed the ground with region. filth. You should havo thought Lf tho Tho rapid Increase In imputation Is that last summer nnd mowed rnusliiR tho prlcis of farm proilifts weeds before they went to seed. Very to Incrvaso b such n degri'O that fow of tho soed can now ho destroyed rendy fow farmers should nfford to by burning. Watch thco columns for linvo UHf fnrms for otliT tli'nss something moro nbout plowing under oven lu tho winter. In most heal-Itle- s egetahlo Rrcwth in tho near future. lalior Ib bo Hcarco that It Is almost liniosslblo to Ret Hiifflclent stock help on the farms n tho ru"di mm iis With feed as cheap. ns It is thio c f needing and harvesting. That hf-- I year no ono can afford to let his Ing tho cue?, tho Judicious farm- r Block run down for lack of feed. It looks nlifnd nnd Hers what hn inn pay you to buy somo onts nnd do In nbek tlmo to relievo tho strain will to mix with ccrn you nro feednt tho buny season, and It B"cms Hint branespecially ing to your calves nnd year'n few MiRRrsttonn along HiIb rnc lings nnd to your ewes that will j nro timely ns tho dnys nro growing soon bo having Iambs to nourish. Tho longer. . cows nnd old-.- r feeding cattlo should nlso havo bran, oil meal, or cottonso?d GUTTING WOOD meal niece you havo clover or cow-is- a hay, and even Uien n little would I wood In It Is lots easier to cut tlieHe ciUp winter days than In the ho beneficial. Next week wo will havo honrthlng I warm wcatlur of spring nnd summer. club H10 coming puiniin r about corn club and tomato TI10 wood fcr nil nml fall bhouhl he cut during the win-f- r work. Already names nro coming in and corded up tr dry out for quick for membership. Kino prizes are to fires In rush tlmca. If It la too muddy ho offered this year.. Itoys or girls to haul tho wood to the pile nt wishing to Join can f.end In tlHr home, cut Mid cord It In the woods names nt any time. and lenvo It thcro till you can haul it. Invention of the Clarinet. I Somo tno says ho can cut wood The clarinet, or clarionet. U u How posed to havo been Invented In 1690 while tho horsco nro eating. nlKiut tho Arc there nny by Joseph Christopher Denner, at ' weeds In It that Bhouhl bo hoed or Nuremberg, though some authorities pulled out and Is the ground losc trace Its existence to medieval times. Its Invention It has undergone and mellow to let In nlr nnd rave Since changes and Improvements, and many Hotter have tho wood nil the modorn clarinet, from the extent, moisture? cut lu winter nnd siend nil the time (junltty and variety of Its tone, is one In of the most perfect of wind tnitru IKisslblo In gat den nnd orchard Humnior. ments ntn-Ing, tho most proa-perou- a, Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- g Training that ndda to your power, combined with genoral education. FOR YOUNO MKN Agriculture, Carpentry Printing, Commercial. FOR YOUNG LADIES I lomeSclenco, Drosnnaklng, Cooking, Nura- Ing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Genoral Education for thoso not far advanced, with combined somo vocational training. No mattor what your present advancement, wo can put you with others llko yourself and give chanco for most rapid progress. 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For thoM who are not expecting to tcaih and who are not going through College, tut deslro moro general education. This Is Just tho thing for thoso preparing for medical studies or other professions without a college course. It alau gives tho best general cducattou for thoso who wl3h a good start In study and expect lo carry It on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives tho very best training for tho60 who expect to teach. Courses aro so arranged that young pooplo can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on In their courso of study. Read Dlnsmoro'o great book, "How to Teach a District School. careTorthe 5th Door 6th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College and provides Thla is tho straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy Ic now Berea's largest department. I I Thla Is tho crown of the whole Institution, courses In all advanced subjects. standard Questions Answered DEItEA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with !U affiliated Dehor Is, Is not a money-makin- g institution. It requires certain fees, but It expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benofit of Its Etudcntn, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as porsiblo for student b to corn and save In cvory way. OUIt SCHOOL IS LIKE A KAMI LY, with careful regulations to protect the charaeto? and reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may bo sick tho College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except thoso with parents in Borca live lu College buildings, and many assist In work of boarding ball, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and rotting pay according to tho value of their labor. Except In winter It is 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 for clothing, laundry, postage, books, "etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is tho best, but aa students must attend clas ses regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work unlformB, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost. Tin Collego aska no rent for the fine buildings In which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffice or extras, $1.35 a week. In the fall, and $1.60 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to CO 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 whon tho student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hosoltal, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction Is a, free gift). The Incidental Fee for mo3t students Is $5.00 a term; In Academy and Normal $0.00 ann $7.00 In Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments ure as follows: WINTKR TERM academy vocational ani foundation scjiools and normal colleoe $ 6.00 $ 5.00 Incidental Fee $ 7.00 Room Board 6 woeks Amount due January 1, 1913 .. .. Board for 6 weeks, due Feb. 12, COO 11 Ra.-ile- COOPER INSTITUTE TRAIT OF LINCOLN. POR- fwecn Elm nhir"TEurTbw" Teed, flfBt HI Shown to Have Had His Complete Confidence. IN SELECTING 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 . Total for term If paid in advance SPRING Incidental Fee Room Board , 5 $28.50 TERM $ 5.00 $30.70 $3I.70 $ 7.30 weeks 4.00 6.75 15.75 6.75 22.50 - $ 6.00 6.00 6.75 17.75 6.75 24.50 5.00 6.75 18.75 6.75 25.50 I Amount duo March 26, 1913 .. .. Board 5 woeks duo Apr. 20, 1913 . 11 Total for term If paid in advance $22.O0 $24.00 In-- 11 land. ? !' Slnrn .ill lli. ll.ntlil fiipllllTer nil the fiirtn In clstertis tohenpplled where crops nre to Krow. Thin ! T . will recover the Krenlist fnrnt wnale of our lime. .lumen WIU 011, Heeretnry of Agriculture. Spreading Lime. Oround limestone run be spread Quite evenly with nil ordlnnry iiinnuro premier. Cover the bottom of the ipreiider with some conrae rheap tlotli (old ancks will do, letting them la pi, leaving It loose so It can roll nml back with moving bed. tucking It nt ench end nnd protuihly In tenter. (Jenr tho grader nt Its lowest rote, which Is four load Mr iirre. Spread of uuniitlty of lime leal river bottom of spreader mid It will be srntteriMl quite ulcely.-Hu- rul Jew Yorker. tin-iv- r In 1(K) TIiIh Is considerably miuiiis. ndvnncu of Its ubie for feeding liogs. One of the t things to keep chicks In good henltli Is to hnve grnnuliited them at nil times. It chiirconl Is the best corrector of the Moiniieh Hint can Im given theiii. There Is nothing that the chickens enjoy more when eoiiilncd within their quarter than n bank of fallen leaves In which to scrntcli mid explore for Hint nre hlU'rnntlug iimoiig them. It la Imiaisslble to succeed lu raising turkeya unless you hnve ample rnnge for them. A wooded range la most suitable, and under these conditions tho birds get much of their fowl with out expense to their owner. No other one tiling will cnuse youim chicks to make so lino a development. or mnke and keep Hie liens cncmiug merrily, while busily filling Hie egg basket, like animal food of some kind. When bugs nnd worms nnd grnashop. pers and crickets are plentiful, how the fenthered flocks crow and thrlvat Is-s- LINCOLN'S FRIEND Statesman New York Editor and AIDED CABINET Ae Leader In Politics of the Empire 6tate Mr. Weed Was Invited to 8prlngfleld to Talk Over the Coming President's Advlseia. New traits of the character of Abraham Lincoln, hla appreciation of a compliment, bis own estimate of his Inaugural address and his lnslstenco on tolling the truth, even though It were not only unpopular but humiliating to himself, are revealed In a letter ql a lona; correapomlencerb8- - (would, that one the president-elec- t turn the conversation by one of his Inimitable storlos. Some of the letters showed that Mr. Lincoln had a grasp of political detail with which ho had not been credited. After hit election and before bit Inaugural he used Mr. Weed to convey to a convention of editors his view on aecesslon, and In one and another the correspondence was kept up even during the trying days of the Civil war. In. They did not meet again until after the election, when Mr, Lincoln Invited the leader of tho party In New York to of Springfield to talk over the make-ua cabinet. Although Mr. Weed had selected governors and their cabinets In Now York state, this wbb the first time he had over been asked by a president for assistance of that kind, and he told Mr. Uncoln so. They discussed men under consideration, but Mr. Weed admitted In his autobiography that the men were Mr. Lincoln's selection, and when he objected to this one or p Thls does not Include tho dollar deposit nor money laundry. Special Expenses Business. WintttSpring Fall $10.00 $12.00 Stenography and Typewriting .. ..$14.00 10.00 12.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .. .. 14.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) Business courso studies for students in other departments: 7.50 9.00 10.60 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 5.00 6.00 7.00 of Instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog., $25.00 for books or Total $36.00 36.00 18.00 27.00 18.00 Com. C.4C 1X0 1.80 Aritb., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 In no case wll. special Business Fes exceed $15.00 per term. young man or woman can get an education at Any Berea 'If there Is the will to do so. It Is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time In tho publhi 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 somo of tho beat youngfmen and women from other counties and states, Applicants must bring; or send a testimonial showing that they are above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Surlng Term opens, Wednesday, March 26th. Get ready. For Information or friendly advice write to tha Secretary, able-bodi- ed yo-un- D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Pace Eiebt. THE CITIZEN. homo to Richmond on account of a saw being broken. They only lacked a few etaves being dono dressing. Prayer meeting at Letter Hox church ovcry Wednesday night. Jas, Davidson bought Wllllo Wilson's farm for 393 and sold It to I'hro Hlllard cf Isaacs for $125. Mrs. Rachel Prlro Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Kwell Colo, of Hamilton, O. Wllllo Nelson and family will move to I.lto in n f outlays. Tho Infant of Mr. and Mrs. Abljah Gabbard Is sick. Mrs. Henry Comollus Is recovering frcm measles. Several other cases of measles Tiro Mr. nnd Mrs. In this n!lghlorhood. Pheo Hlllard visited relatives hero, Monday nnd Tuesday. Aa Fnubush, formerly of this place, who has ben In Tulsa, Oklahoma, writes ho and his family will como back hero to llvo by tho first of March. Mr. and Mrs. Dcland Isaacs, who havo been visiting relatives at Ilorca, havo returned. jiFf anj jin,, jiobt. Morris, accom panied by Miss Ida McDowell, left last Sunday for Illinois. F.lbcrt ljtk.'Sif I lor so Lick attended church lrrc Saturday and Sunday. A. U. Gab- bard Is preparing to build a new houso on tho farm he purchased cn Muck-InaBranch. Sherman Davidson cf Peoples attended church hero Fatur-da- y night. Hud Wnthen Is seriously HI with pneumonia fever. Dr. King of AnnvlUo mado n professional (all ncre, jonn couch lias wo chlldrcn very sick with measles. John Jor.es has returned front Hamilton, Ohio. Richard Prlco nnd Leo Andrew Gabbard made a business trli to Laurel, Saturday, and report dull Snm Flnnory'o bnby died last week cf splnnl trouble. Wo extend our sympathy to tho bereaved father and mother. Austin Madden has gono Into tho slave business this winter. County Court was In session Inst Monday. Miss Delia Spurlock visaSaturday ed her grandfather last night. Died at his home, near this place, A. J, Cook of consumption. Ho had lccn an Invalid for two or three years, nil efforts to relievo him being useless. Ho wns n church member and a faithful christian for many years. Ills rcmnlns wero laid to rest In tho Farmer cemetery, February ao, 1913. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Ho corteire4'M not pMltltt bit nl n Htd la lull tjr li lot publicities, tiMtttt ef txd titer, tint fslth. Witts pUWilr. lie lit HOT BISCUIT, COUNTY COURT CLERK Vo aro authorized to announce E. II. Johnson as a candidate Tor County Court Clerk of Jackson County, sub- Ject to tho action of the Republican (ad) primary In Aug. 1913. ns principal. Miss Mary Under of .Malcolm, one of tho school girls, vls- Itcd Miss Ktlicl Smith, Sunday. Miss Camilla Copo returned homo Irom school, Friday, to attend church lit Mauldcn, Sunday. Horn to tho wlfo ot j Luclan Dond, a fine girl baby. I). 8. ' Smith and Mrs. L. L. fleglcy, h!s LAUREL COUNTY I'tTTXtltmU RESOLUTIONS dacksonCountyRepublicanCommlttee Tho members of tho Jackson County Commlttco wero called to- out again. Alford Champ who has rled. Tho Misses Lula Wilson and cethcr. Feb. Gtf, 1913, for tho purposa with been visiting In Illinois has returned Grnclo Gabbard spent Sunday of electing n County Chairman to fill home. II, L. Stowe nnd Dan (labbard tho Misses Lucy and Hazel Gabbard. tho vacancy caused by the death of Twin baby boys camo to tho home havo returned from Jackson County, said Dr. J. I). Hays, chairman of whero they have been bulng rattle. of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ico Combs, Sunday committee. A quorum using pros.nt, Aunt Ellen Italian! was calling on night. Pink Gnbbnrd and Sonbr Dr. A. J. Hamilton of Tyner was SANDOAr. her many friends In Wullaceton last Evcrsolo Bpent Saturday night with chairman by a unanimous vote week. Harry Iimb, of Cleveland, 0., Jas. R. Gabbard. llallard Huff reSand (lap, Feb. 10. Wo are having of tho committee, came a fow weeks ago to see his turned homo from I,o3l County covero weather at present nnd the Tho Comtnlttteo voted tho followwlfo and baby, who aro visiting here. where ho hnd been to attend Uio farmers aro afraid their young clover ing resolutions: Miss Jennie Rolen, who has been at- - funeral of his mother. D. U. Royn- la much damaged. Married, on Feb. First, we tho Republican tending tho blind hcIkxiI nt Lou sv II ', olds of Kversclo was here, Tuixidny, Cth, Magglo Durham cf this place to of Jackson Logan Johnson of Dry Commlttco buying furs. Rev. McNeil prenclud came homo for vncatlon, last week. Tho Fork. County, In scss.on assembled, feelColo Gulnn with IiIb two kons of Fay- at tho collego, Sunday, Feb. 2nd brldo is tho daughterot Air. and Mrs. ing that, in tho loss of our late chairette County visited Ills parents, Mr. "Tho Itst Judgment." Dlllard Durham, tho grcom, a wealthy man, Dr. J. D. Hays, deceased, cur young farmer, Is tho son of William nnd Mrs. W. M. Gulnn last wo'k. VIVA llo Scovllle, Eliza McCarty and I)ttlo Commlttco has been deprived of a Montgomery of Keren w.ll glw Vino, Feb. 13. Tho nice weather Johnson. Their many friends wish Colo wero In Louden, Friday. There Prof. tho Republivaluablo member and a lecture on pruning fruit trees and still continues and tho fanners are them u long and happy life. Mr. Jas. aro flvo moro weeks of tho Graded can party one of Its true standard fruit growing at Wullaceton, Feb. 21. doing a great deal of work. Henry Durham of Berea visited homo folks, cchool. Prof. Rolcrt Spence paid j bearers; and In filling tho vacancy Saturday and Sunday. Died, at his All In tares ted, come nnd learn how to Coffee has moved Into tho house tho school a visit oa Feb. Cth. Ills prune your fruit trees. Mr. nnd Mrs. trade. caused by his death we do so with .. . by Tom Campbell. John L. home on Uio night of Feb. 8th, Uncle visit was much appreciated and wo deep solemnity and greatly deplore Charlie Robinson nro rejoicing ov r Pennlngtou who got his leg broken TYNKIl of th.s placa. Urockman Ambrose hope ho will visit us again. tho fart that we havo lest such n Mr. Urockman was a true Christian, tho arrival of a big boy at their home, lest week la Improving nicely. Mr. Tyner, Feb. U. The farmers aro true, noblo and potrlotlc sago to tho ntiff n fnrpinnat li.rwtn. nf thn Tlnlifldt taking advantage of tho clear . dry nnd and Mrs. Han Holcomb aro the proud Feb. 10th. Mrs. Addle Gentry MADISON COUNTRY causo of Republicanism as was our family were the guestB of Mrs. G. K. parents of a flno boy. His muno Is at Sand 0ap Wo cxtcnd , weather and arc pushing their farm lll.UK I.ICK friend end neichbor. Dr. .1. II. Hnvs. II. Soier, Thurs- Ralph. 1). F. Downey wtnt tjMnn-- i tho bereaved ones our deepest sym- work. W. M. Vaughn Is In very poor Blue Lick, Feb. 16 Pleas Kvnns Gabbard and Mrs. R. Second, That in view of tho fact day. We aro enjoying the new story Chester tho first of tho week on bus!- - ' pathy. Prof. N. J. Tuttle, of this health. The Infant child of Mr. nnd left Friday for Owsley County, to In that there has been defection In tho placc, The Citizen. nres. Felix PennlngtLit will roon has gone on an extended visit Mrs. W. M. Bullock, has been very Republican party In County, State to Estill County. Mrs. J. R. Durham, sick with cplno trouble, but Is a lit buy cattle. Itgrlppe Is rag.ng In have ha new dwelling house completthis vicinity. Tito temperance play, CLAY COUNTY and Nation and believing that the who ed. Godfrey Isaacs of Kgypt vis. ted has been ill for some time, is tlo better now. Miss Fay Moore (s which was given by tho Silver Creak perpetuity of tho party demands that IIUIl.MMl Hl'ltl.XIS friends at this place last Sunday. much better. John Cook and family staying with her cousin, W. N. Rlgga, Sunday School at tho Gladra church all Republicans everywhere should havo moved Mrs. C. C. Clark purchased a farm from Burning Springs, Feb. 17. to their new homo m of Llvlng3ton. Fred Jones has return- Saturday night, was pleasing to all stand together, therefore, wo request Clover Bottom. ed from Louisville, and reports that who wero present, a good offeriug Agnes Jones, a Holiness minister uf J. U, McQueen for J4W. Tho latter The people of Jackthat nil those who have supported son County are strongly urging Mr. work Is crowded. Miss Mlnnlo Moore was taken up. Geo. W. Tlsdalo has Williamsburg, visited our county nnd also Hold half of his saw and grist tho Progressive party In tho past be delivered sotno very Interesting O. Durham of Berea College to is staying wiin nor auni, .Mrs. unit- - been qtillo sick for some mill to Henry Fields. Ell Kstrldgo, cordially invited to un:to th.Ir ef- - J. time. fwwimn n nanrllrlfitn fni-- Cunt at Manchester, Harts Urolith, who went to Kansas about a year riiee uaguy or ueynuiu. Nntha Kvnng , crwtnK n Mw hoo.s of his County.-Mag- g,'e and this placo. Tho Rev. Win. Pen- ago, has returned to his relatives and Du, an artist of Mauldcn, was in this Uouso which he will occupy soou.- -R principles Democratic party, ham was In town shopping, Satur- vicinity today delivering pictures. s. Johnson left Sunday lor n short nington and son havo held n very friends. Jlmmlo Clark and wlfo havo' believing that If this feeling prevail, day. Much to tho surprise of his Mr. and Mrs. Lucinn Glrson successful revival at Kills Branch. returned from their pleasant trip will vIgU wllh hIs daughter, Mrs. ero long tho Grand Old Party of LinJulia friends it has been reported thatThco. movo, in a few days, to Walker Hey- - Crump, who resides In Lexington -n- Sloro than n score of conversions are to Florida. Mrs. Lucy Brewster and coln will bo firmly entrenched In the Gay, our hustling candidate f0r Coun- old's farm, the property vacated by Emo Flancry reported. They will soon a sons, who have been v.ilhng rla-tlve- s left. Saturday, for affairs of both State and Nation. ty Jailer, has declined the Id.a cf no ormu, cuBv-ui:- . here, have returned to their homo j. it.jon North Carolina, where he has sacur series of meetings at Macedonia. A. J. Hamilton, Chairman, Mr. and Mrs. Jnineu Clark who have In Boono County. running, saying, " I'm off, boys, the is very sick. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. cd work. Thero Is prujer W. R. Reynolds, Secretary. been sending the winter In Florida meetliig ewry Weilnesday nlj,ht nt a field Is yours." We are alarmed at Jones and family and Mr. and Mrs. R.1 M.ATK I.ICK havo tho thought, knowing that It Isn't the B. Reynolds and family spent last returned to thrir beautiful comfortable house near Henry MorJACKSON COUNTY lack of friends, that has Induced Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. ' Slato Lick, Feb. IS. T. McCormlck homo nt Malcolm. Mrs. Katie Whltn gan's. Everybody Invited. Wo havo SlcKKK Mr. Gay to make null his declaration. Jones of Mildred. W. M. Dunlgan's la very sick with mumps. Miss iiaud was a welcome guest among good firm and good behavior. Janus McKee, Feb. 17. County Court was It is thought, probably, that the wick houso narrowly escaped burning, last Snyder has returned homo niter a many friends during tho gospel meetPennington and son, John Wilder and In session here, .Monday. Thero was edness which pol.tics so often conweek, his little four year eld boy three weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. ings. Hor youngest son Iibb returned IV)b Murray held a protracted mootb. largo crowd In town. ceals was a matter of disgust to having thrown mil in nn opan fire Forest Marsh. .Master Gilbert March from Horce Creek whero he was vs t ing at Lower Burning Springs last of Cottonuurg Is visiting his grandIng his grandmother, Mrs. Brown. Mr. J. C. Russell and son, Ed., were Mr. Gay. "L. C. Little, for County place. week. They closed Sunday with ninej parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mos Snydar. Ftllx Burns of Jackson County has teen additions to Judge," has become the boys' pass in town a few days lost week. tho church. j Miss (IKAYHAW'K Sam Eden and family spent fcatur-da- y been here recently. A young Mr. G. I. Rader of Annvllle has word In this locality. child tf Katlu Maupln, who Gray Hawk, Feb. 17. There havo night and Sunday with his Frank Lunsford has been ladly burn. at Rob. Bowman's, has been Btaylng been In town for several days. He is Is nt homo fcr a 1II.AKK been several cases of measles around parents at Slato LIcK. D. 11. Smith ed by being too while. Sunday hcol h stljl progrcs- taking options on land lying on Innear tho Krate. Biako, Feb. 5. Tho first and sacond Gray Hawk, recently. lacob Begl y's will begin carrying the mall on the Malin Standafcr has returned after a H'nB nicely. Mi8a .Mary Rico Is dian creek. days of this month wero the coldest new houso Is almost complete, and new May route, Feb. 17th. G. L. Lunsford business trip to Hazard. Mr. D. G. Collier visited relatives of tho winter. Stophen ing at Luclan Bond's this week. There havo been a ho will move Into It soon. Morgan will move to D. II. Smith's farm at Clarkston has moved his family to at Welchburg a few days last week. few weddings In this vicinity, Mr. Bryant m;iiastia n and J. B. Bingham are build Conway, about March 1st. The death the property recently purchased L. C. Little, Tynar Lainhart, Willie Roscoo Roberts to Miss Ncra Neely, from Sebastian, Feb. 15. Halo Combo, C. ing Mr. Beglcy a chimney, this week angel visited tho homo of John Leo Jones. Tho Nail Keit Imnrnvr. 8. Sanders and Clay Harvey Lalnhart and Geo. Burnett mado a Mr. Oscar Peters to Miss Daisy Ball. of BooneW. R. Engle, our hustling merchant, ton, Feb. li'th, and took from hlmhis ment Longuo trip to Berea last week. tins recently erected a vlllo were visaing on Buffalo. ThursMr. Bill Thomas to Miss Dollle Uiiu j. is. uinguam navo put up a laithful wife. Mrs. Preston was born foot brldgo Mm. Polly Farmer died, Sunday af-across tho creek near Dr. day. A 3innll daughter of Lewis We wish them a long and hap igood lot of wire fencing this week. In 1833 and was married In 1SCG. fehe Webb's office. Prof D. B. Robliibon's Slzemore ternoon at her home near town. She py life. There has been moro log was scalded to death by A. I. Prlvett and Dan Sandlln havo wus a member of tho Chr.stlau church, Normal clors on Ijturel Is doing some lalllng lu n kettle of boiling watar, leaves behind her six children, four hauling and tie making tills wlnt T taken the eonrnr nt I, nil, lint. !, She was a woman that will be great- good work. sons ana two daughters, and a great than for savcral years.-Sl- las last week. Tho parotitB have Mo:ro Veclcv's house nt firav H.ak ly missed. I. host of friends. our deepest sympathy. Jerry Bolln iwiu aas own away rcr ssveral t i i r nmi m. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY vas Bjiot and killed Inst Friday even-luKINGSTON Tho Junior King's Daughters gave months returned home a few days Hiram Judd Is clear.ng a nnv ground a social, Friday night, at tho homo of lll'.ITTA.NTA Kingston, Feb. 17. on tho head cf Longs Creek In lker Miss Jessie Peters, who has been ths wlnter.-S- am Judd of Wind Cave v. Mrs. Messier. Dlsputanta. Feb. 15. We an1 lav- Breathitt County. He was thtt ly " It was enjoyed by at Station Camp for several months, . is visiting home folks over Sunday. a lM3MH '" . 1,10 SanlW'um every one who attended. "t Uottle Creek. Mich.. ing somo very cold weather and tho Dafilel Bilker. Whiskey caus.d the returned Uio other day, on a visit. KCSYI'T ;ior tne past five months, r tumid roads aro very rough. o. M. trouble. W. M. Rice, Jr., recently I'AItltOT Egypt, Feb. 10. School at tin Clover Bottom, Feb. 17. Joe Flan- - home, Tuesday, to spend a few wivLh Payno was In Berea, Friday, .laying purchased a flno cow from Clint Smith Parrot, Feb. 15. Chas. Hayes and Jackson County Institute is progress-ln- g Chester Baker who havo boen r.t cry has moved to Horse Lick to make with her parents. Mltm Polllo Fleldi In a supply of goods. Chas. Sh ar-for forty dollars. Betsy BegLy f nicely with Dr. II. R. McLendon work nt the stavo drcsBer took dinner nt Frank M.llcr's last Doorway Is staying with Mr. Rosa havo gono a thousand ties for Burnam and who Is attending school at nayes. .Molen Baker has bjen mak- - spent from Saturday till Monday with Sunday. B. Mulllns nnd wife of near Gabbard. lng staves for Burnam and Hayes for Mr. nnd Mrs. Wesley Webb. r COMII.im; one John Uerea visited W. S. tho past week. Salem Azblll is mak- - j Powell sicnt last week with his Jay tlilu week. Reuben Abney Conkllng, Fob. 13. Wo aro having Is lng ties this week fcr G. W. Bonge. daughter, Mrs. Roy Hudbon. of Middle. Putting In a phone. Isaac Martin some pretty cold days now. Born to Sam Seaborn was fined $20 and town, Ohio. Arch Flanciy of Bona, uni1 'I'om LInvlllo aro lodging cn Mr. and Mra. William Parker, a girsh cost In Squire Englo's court last Sat- spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. SI. Davis Branch this week. Harrison thin being tlu, tenth, and nil urday for dlsturb,ng religious wor- H. Flanery. Miss Verna Parks spent lxAA uaa bo-- ' working on Red Lick Hogs are rather scarcu In this v.cin-Itship at Sand Gap. tipeed Urockman Sunday night wlth Suda Powells-Mr- s. for Bovernl weeks. II. H. McColluni purchased two 'camo clear of tho same charge. The John Iiwson spent Saturday with flue fat hogu from Undo bam Kiug IIOONK ,trlal of M. J. Smith and J. L. Wil her children who are at sohcol at Boono, Feb. 11. Mrs. lora Wheep-r- , at six dollars per hundred inum wh.ch liams was continued until the 22nd, Berea.-C- urt Parks made n business who has been visiting her daughter, he received bu Kunda of lard. Tom to bo held at Kerby Knob. The trip to Berea, Saturday. Chas. Pow- Mrs. J. 11. Lambert, for some tune, Halcomb and II. M. Anderson mado causo Is over some fence which ell of this placo is very bick with retu'ruea to her homo near Nam.Mon' " tr"' to IlIa""y. Monday, for aloud Smith is removing. J. S. Gott nnd lagrlppo nt the Durham Boarding day. A, I). Lovctt v.sited tho Be- ui wire lor airs, rcm.iy sicColtum, who Is preparing to replace T. J. Coylo of Berea attended Squire House In Rlchmmid. liar rea Ho?pltal, Monday. Tho Re v. Owen fence taken away by Uio hub watar Eugle's court tho 15th. 11. N. Dann's Allen of near Wullacettu was lu lust spring. Eld. J. W. Anderaou did GARRARD COUNTY family haVo the chicken pox. James Boone, Monday. Mrs. Muttlo Coylu net attend his regular uppo mutant and Lucy Mooro and Rev. Balangcr I'AIKT LICK, Rockford visited her daughter, Mrs. f at Liberty tho 2ml on account of tho attended cbuich at Kerby Knob, SunPaint Lick, Feb. 10. Miss Martha Nora Wren, Sunday. Several from disagreeable weather. day. M. G. Crulso nnd wlfo, who Rutherford died at tho home of her hero MIbs DJIa attended prayer meeting nt Flat Parker Is visiting her sitter, Mrs. havo been vls.ting relatives , and brothcr-ln-IaHiram KoL-nsar Gap la3t Tuesday. Mrs. Margar t ONE-WAfiieuds at Berea for quite a while, WallacctGii, after a few weeks of Richmond of Boono wub In Keriu, Fri- Desslo Halcomb. Mltu Blanche Little SPRING COLONIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY MARCH iS TO APRIL 15, 1913 to havo returned homo. .Major Crusa Illness. She was 77 years old and wns day. lost Saturday and Sunday wire entertained a crowd of young IoIks points in Western Montana, Idaho, Washington. nt her home, Sunday. lent about IS bushels of Irish pota- a member of the M. Ii. Church Tom HalOregon, Urllluli Columbia. at church dayB ut Fair View. Andrew comb has moved to Mrs. Emily toes by freezing last week.-1- ). M. Wullaceton. Funeral sjrv.ces weru Wren und Geo. Lamb aro cugugfd In ROUND TRIP IIOMESEEKERS' TICKETS ON placo und will cultlvatu her Click and Olllo Hatfield are plan conducted by Mr. James. Baker, and tho Bpoko business. SALE lit and 3rd TUESDAYS EACH MONTH to Arthur Ciylu of many points in the Northwest I'nited Stales and ning to start to Tennessee, th.s tho remains were laid to rest lu tlu this pluco Is uttendlt.g school ut land this yew. J. Wilson mudo a Canada. Long limit and btopoicrs. week. Chapel cem. tary. Mr. and Keren. Jamou Morgan of Krlnel Itldso busluess trip to Boonevlllo, Tuesday. j Wallace Travel on the Win. McCJllum wlfo and little (Mrs. Charles Rodgers, of Frankfoit, Is retried very sick with fever. FIUVKTT duughter visited J. Wllscn and wlfo, wero tho guests of their son and Lucy Bowies' Prlvott, Feb. 15. Sunday. Corn Is worth 50 cents per OWSLEY COUNTY school closed last Friday on account daughter, Will HodgeiB and Mrs. II. bushel and cggB 12 cents cow cui:i:k and connecting lines, to D. Spurlock Is doing L. Stowe, last week. Mr. and Mrs. cf sickness. J. dozen hero. Quito a crowd of young Nat Hurt aro the proud parents ofu Cow Creek, Feb. 15. Rev. L O. a good business with his saw mill. Minnesota, North Dakota. Montana, Idaho, folks attended and enjoyed the no- -- Bob York nnd wlfo aro moving to new gin nt thoir home. Mr. and Mrs. tfiklinrtu fillojl lilu rncriitni n titiftl f - Washington, Oregon, or to Manitoba, SaskatcheB,vcn hy Ua 1,lako' 'n,ur8juy Hugh Miller of Mt. Vernon, wero vis. ment at Grassy Kruneh, Saturday and Spur-lcc- k Miss Zella wan, Alberta, llritisli Columbia. Garrard County. ltlng relatives hero week. Mr. Is Improving rapidly. Mrs. Mnt-tl- o Will send free Illustrated literature about the North, west Uniled States and full information about North, Jones is very sick with rheuma- Henry Elliot of Montana Is visiting vlllo, Wednesday, on bus ness, ern Pacific rates of fare and service promptly upon Couldn't Hear It. Will Roberta, son of Rev. Roberts, Is tism and other diseases. Tho King's homo folks after nn absence of sov-request. It costs you nothing. Write toddy. Vicar Jeiues, I havo not seen yon Uuclu Coloirl Daughters met last Wednesday even- years. Mary Bolen and Grucu Gentry sick with typhoid. . C. KA TON, at church for some mouths. Docs not Traveling Immig, Agent, 40 11 4th St., Cincinnati, 0. ing with two now members added to who are In school at Berni visited Mooro, an old and highly rsp?ctcd the voice of duty cull to youT M. . COSTKU.O, I). P. A., 40 K. 4" St., Cincinnati, O. their circle John Ward took h'.s homo folks, Sunday und Monday of citizen, Is very III at prasant. Mosa Maybe It do, sir; but since I James had the daughter to Boonevlllo last week for last week. Mrs. Charles Brown hud Mcintosh of this placo, and Miss Iniluensy lust winter I've been as deaf lugrlppo lost week, but is ublo to be Anils of Buckhorn wero recently mur- - as a posLM, A. P. au examination by Dr. Arch Glass. daugh-Republiccd ' . daughter, went to Hunting Springs, Sunday, to lcok at a house and lot recently purchased by Mr. Bcgloy. Mrs. W. G. Amyx visited her tcr, Mrs. Joslo McGcorge, Sunday. Dr. H. II, McLcndon has a class of four In organ music, Samanthn Beglcy, Ethel Smith, Maxle Smith ond Amen- cn Meade, who arc progressing nlca- ly. hot cakem, mado with ROYAL Baking Powder aro delicious, healthful and easily made Pittsburg, Feb. 11. People are beginning to nwnko to tho fact that they must cither send their children A to school or lay tho penalty. GrodM citizen of tho Pittsburg cchool was fined tot not obeying the law laJt Friday. Ocorgo Clontz, who has been Iti West Virginia, has rePaul FIechter and Mas turned hom' Annie Gum were quietly married, Feb. Cth Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Km- mctt Frederick, n boy. Mr. George Johnson has bought a tract of laud from tho Pitman Coal Co. lie will movo to his now homo soon. There Is praise meeting at Host Pittsburg church on Thursday night. F.ddlu Gum Is very sick at present. Dr. Olvens Is very low. Tho Misses llnl ... I i I I rcr-mo- JTT 'l.'L' - .t - hr i'n. Car-mac- k. 1 ago.-Wa- - nv..., ttr .i g, luiiMininiun Slu-nre- LOW FARES TO THE girl' y. Fertile Northwest 11 Y Northern Ry 2 pr 11 lat 'f'