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Devoted to tlie Iriterests of tine ILffoiriteLiii People Fire cent a copy. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FEBRUARY TO KILL OR TO A rThe Citizen 27, 1013 wy to newspaper. gJ Vol. XIV. One Dollar a year, No. 35 In Breathitt County Washington's birthday Judgo On Young discharged tho Jury nt Jackson, Breathitt County, after holding them for three wek. This torm will bo blitorlcal In Urcathltt County as tho most Important session of court In Ita results over held there. As a result of their efforts como tho Indictments e of tho Smiths for perjury no an of their confession cf conspirCovan acy In tho Callahan caso. 8mlth, James II. Llttlo and A. II. cut-com- IE KILLED In the Callahan trials. Hcvcrnl lawyers, members of tho Jackson bar, havo volunteered their services In I'atlon's behalf. It may bo believed that these In dlctments created a sensation of no mild order. Pattern asks to bo tried at Jackson. Over nlno hundred Indictments havo thus been returned by tho grand Jury. There Is a general feeling Uiat tho old order of things has passed away and that tho citizens ration, a prominent attorney of Jack-eo- n cf Jackson and of Breathitt County County and tho chief coutiBcl for may yot sco lawlessness suppressed dofcn k In tho Callahan cases, are and tho community become Indicted for subornation cf perjury year ago tho presiding Judgo in Payette County slated to the grand jury that there bail bevti more murders in Fayette County, with a population of 47,716, in tho year 1011 than in the city of Loudon, England, with a population of 7262,003. Nor has the murdrr habit stopped for it eems to bo a habit for nieu who have a grievance against or a quarrel with another to kill hi in as he would n mad dog or a wild boast. No thought of tho wife or of tho helpless children who would Ira orphans for life in powerful enough to deter him from thin insane and hellish impulso to kill. Unfortunately through cus. toniR, almost criminal in the possibility of evil consequences, tho weapons for human butchery are not far distant. Usually a gun larger or smaller In at lmiid and speedily it belches out tiro lit in a hell of human passion and the unhappy victim, frequently oil Lis guard and unaware of hla peril, fnlls bleeding like an ox under the butcher's knife, and lies weltering in his gore. Such n spectacle ss seen on the streets of n large and prosperous county scat, the home of schools of learning aud of cliurcliefl, a few months Ago. Ih there such a thing as a mania (or killing, like kleptomania, tho mania for stealing r How long can n man retain his sanity, who day after day allows himself to brood over wrongs, real or fancied, until the mind becomes possessed of, and governed by this singlo thought ? A distinguished physician, specialist in mental diseases, experienced lu the treatment of the insane to the question: " When is a man replied, " A uiau is insane when be putB himself under the sway of n single idea." Right here is where, in many a family, murder could bo prevented, by a determined effort to divert tho mind and turn away tho thought from this ono topic of injury. Too often, however, this course is not pursued, but rather is encouraged by constant reference to thu matter, aud a continued discussion ol the wrong. Tho state of Kentucky is an aggregation of communities, nny one of which would resent very strongly the intimation that they wero not civiltzctl. But is it not one of the marks of civilization to abide by the laws and institutions established by tho community for the furtherance of tho community welfaru? Tho state of Kentucky lias an elaborate apparatus in its judges, law courts, sheriffs, and under sheriffs, ita local magistrates, for the maintenance of law and order, for the punishment of wrong-doing- , the correcting of abuses, and the preservation of life and property. The murderer disregards all thin, virtually he acts as though it was not in existence, and although he himself by his vote helped to elect these officers aud to establish these institutions, he acts as though be were in a region without law or law officers. Eveu In the heart of uncivilized Africa his action would be condemned, auifhe would be punished for his offense. He becomes the foe of society, aud of the institutions of civilized life. What cau bo done to bring about better conditions? In the first place, theie must be a better, a wiser aud a saner public neutiment. Wo must stop looking uiion the murderer as a "good fellow,"" well meaning," aud " not a bad man." He is not a good fellow, who thus takes the law into bis hands, nor is he but he is a thoroughly bad man, dangerous to the community. In spite of his occasional gcod impulses and nffection for his own (a tiger has this) it is dangerous for him to be at large. Ho should be kept in confinement like a dangerous beast. In the second place, the community concerned must recognize the great gravity aud need of the moment, and cease to feed a morbid impulso that speedily may become dangerous by protracted discussion of aud brooding over wrong. A heliUhier tone must bo initiate! into the family conversation, into the family lifo. We must learn to leave tbeaveiigiugof our wrongs with our God and with the commonwealth. "Vengeance is mine, I will repay, saith the Lord " The great remedy, the uufailiug remedy, tho one sure prevention is tho spirit of Christ in the heart. The teachers can help to create a new sentiment. They can teach the greatness of forgiveness and the horror of murder, aud tho goodness of neighborly love. 1J. Mexico Shocks the World As a result of robolllon against the Modcro government In Mexico led by Diaz, tho government troops wero defeated and Madcro, the President was formally deposed by Congress. Gen Hucrta wac elected provisional president at a special session of Congress on tho 19th. Immediately reprisals began by tho victorious Gustavo Madcro, brother cf the President, at ono tlmo minister of finance, waa executed. Tho United States government Immed.atcly pro- vain. Tho former president was shot In tho head, and tho Vice President was killed by tho enme volley according to official reports, while being to tho penitentiary from the national paloco In the mlddlo of the night. It is alleged that an attempt was mado to rescue tho prisoners, and that they wero killed accidentally in tho skirmish that followed. This occount, however, Is held under consideration. The diplomatic carps refused to accept an Invitation to luncheon with tho new admln'.stta-tlountil tho mystery attached to this tragic event was cleared up. n, con-tey- ed fac-tlo- n. tested against any summary execu-tlo- n of the dope sod president, but In A Woman In The Making Address Before Woman's Club by Miss Bowersox, Dean of Women, "rrfr. It seems llko presumption for un unmarried woman to talk to mothers about "Training Olrls." llut 1 havo slave to her body and Its ailments, but has formed such habits of health that her mind and tlmo and sircngth aro set froo for her work and for her social and religious llfo. 8ho Is educated college Is decslr-abl- o when It can bo had without too great sacrifice but tho tctt of her education, no matter where tixo stops In her course, Is that shu Is alert and growing Interested In tho coclal and religious llfo and general uplift of her community. Sho has not only UNITED STATES MEWS IN Extra OUR OWH STATE years been teaching for twcnty-flv- o both boys and now and havo had girls under my care. I am Interested in both, but my sympathies are large-l- y with tho girls. No boy ever wishes ho were a girl, but a grcnl many gtrla wish they were boys. There must bo a reason for this. U Is largely duo to tho greater freedom and largor opportunities open to boys. Ilut this Is passing. Tho 20th Century Is woman's century. She Is realizing her needs as never before, and she is domandlng the privilege of greater equality In all the social rclatljjs of llfo with her brothers and husband. 8hs no lenger despises and kicks out tho unfortunate girl who has mado a mistake but sho has discovered that this woman Is a victim of social conditions that Ignorance and low wages and a wry human hunger for pleasure and variety bate led this girl astray. Tho woman of today Is developing a civic and social conseJcpce which wll mean bettor living conditions for all women In h r community. She Is her sister's keeper, and mothers aro Interested In tho girls of their nclghtwrs more than over. Bringing up a girl a generation ago when there wero so many Indus-- , tries In the homo was far slmpbr than It Is today. Ilut before I talk about the training of girls I want you to havo In mind a picture of an Ideal girl. When a dress maker cuts out dress, sho pictures to herself thu completed garment and to has a stands! d as well as a pattern, and 1 want to present to you first the picture that ! In my mind. The Ideal Girl. of 22 years of ago (which Is tho ago set by set- online .investigation ior inarrmgo ior women) has a strong physique. Sum My Ideal young woman Is self controlled hits poiso andsrlf-posaoislo- n. Her body Is tho rorvant of her will and reason ai.d efficiency expresses and sic. 11 cf somo sort. Her oyes look Into tnluu sbo has learned tho great art cf frankly and show sincerity nlnl Purity friendship, of conversation and g noinl lr thought and action, bho Is not a Continued on I'agr Twf IT IS WORTH REMEMBERING ray had a cultural education but Bho Is prepared to enter upon some profession and earn hex living It n;cd bo Sho knows how to find out and adapt horself to changes In circumstances. Sho has tho habit of concentration, of planning of foresight of definite-nec- s. Sho works In harmony with nature's laws and principles and so is able to wade through disappointments and loneliness and lack of sympathy because of the vision of thu accomplished thing. Sho has some practical knowledgo of housekeeping which sho got as a child in her own home, but sho has supplemented this with a cou.so In Homo Sclenco which gave her the theory based on principles, so that her kitchen has the same Interesting problems to bo solved that the chomlcal ' laboratory or luath.'mat.cs class had for her In school. Drudgery has disappeared bocauso sho "knows how." Sbo knows she "knows how" and so is set froo from nervous fussl-nes- s. Sho will never be a tlavo to pots and pans, and kettles, the Is capablo of bringing hcallli and ccm-foto her family without det'.T.o.at-In- g Into a men domestic drudge. My girl of 22 dressis simply. Sho has no need of paint and powder. Tho dally bath, exercise und right habits of eating aro tho best cosmetics. lUr manner of dress Is guided by a principle rather than fashion. You w.ll get away from her and forget h.--r clothes, but remember her faco and manner. Dress will simply inhanco tho character and set tho soul of thu woman froo from worry as to appearances. Social, rt Session of Congress Way Oil Strike In Morgan Co.-Fa- rm ExOpen for Suits In Titanic Disaster tension Hospital at Pikevllle Inauguration Day Prices on PatKy. Educational Association. ented Articles U. S. Troop Ready for Mexico The Cabinet Robbery OIL STRIKE IN MORGAN COUNTY In N. Y. Extravagant AppropriaA big striko bas been made In the tions. Morgan County oil field. A new well starts out at four hundred barrels n EXTRA SESSION OF CONGRESS day. This Is located within thirty-flv- o President Elect Wilson announces hundred feet cf tho first well that the extra cession of Congress which attracted so much attention. will bo convened on Tuesday, April This strike opens up an extensive 1st. Ho Intimates that tin Interval area to tho north and cast and Inbetween Mar. 4th and April 1st, may dicates a pool of some extent. This. well bo devoted to caucuses and con- Is tho biggest strike made in Kenferences. tucky field6 In a number of years, WAY ' OPEN FOR SUITS IN THE and coming at this tlmo when pctro-llu- m Is at top price, will do much toCASE OF THE TITANIC Njw A recent decision in tho courts In wards dcvelcping new fields. Ohio New York state opens the way for wells in Wayno, Laurel and the institution of damage suits Counties havo about the average caagainst tho Whlto Star Steamship pacity. A ton barrel well was drillCompany for losses incurred in tho ed In tho Wildcat district on Meadow Titanic disaster. Previously resource Creek. A recent strike In Ohio Counto tho courts was blocked, but tho ty reports a twonty-flv- o barrel well, HOUSE CLEANING, TOWN CLEANING In one of his very interesting essays, Deujamiu Franklin, of kite fame, describes atonie ltugth the passiou that American women have for house cleaning and the resulting discomfort to the various members of tho family as they find their belougiugs displaced and Yet house cleaning lmbitHtiiu thoy tliemselveH without a time is necessary, a nil the results are wholesome and conducive to family welfare, The American woman bun now extended her sphere of influence so that it embracea not only the home but the town. Iieportsays that the ladies of Danville are accomplishing very desirable things The ladies of Uerea are not without in tho matter of town cleauiug. experience iu this matter and desirable results have followed (heir experiments. This year they nro planning to do eveu greater things than in the past. Should nut their "efforts bo supplemented by more visible activity on the pnit of the men f Are there uot various streets for residences if trees in town that would be much more were tobe plant' il along tho highway mid about the homes? It has been clearly shown by real estate men that streets properly shaded and homes with trees nboiit them brought nn iucreaso of rental far Why should not abqve all expenses incurred in tho tree planting. town cleauiug be supplemented by tree and shrub planting? There is .t rumor, fouuded on a slatenieut that appears iu other columns of our paper, of a prize for home Hardens, Why should there not be prizes instituted for yard- - beautified by flowers aud for flower gardens.? There is ii prize mid each may have it without regard to others thu satisfaction aud tliu joy that comes from living iu a home surrounded by shrubbery and flowers. Here-haa hoiiih such homes. One !h the West End of town, with its growth of daffodilla anil loses in the spring, Kladiolas iu the slimmer aud dahlias aud other fall flowers later iu the season. It is u place of beauty. Thoy are no lom;er young iu years who live in thia home, but they aro young in heart, and the beauty of their home gladdens) many There should be more siu-h- , Your home should be of that character whether in Ilerea or on IIih mountain side. A Mimiuer'H ride on a dirt n ad out through the w Dod h brought us to just such it mountain home last summer- - a spot of beauty buried in flowers. At once the beholder wanted to know IMiiu who lived there for ho know that they were of the right sort. early to clean up, then doit. Plan to beautify the homo whether in town or country with flowers and enrich it with fruits und do it. Your life will be richer, happier and you will rise iu the scale of living. n DR. HASTINGS' HEALTH LECTURE develop tho trunk ef tho body wero the most useful to tho avorago person. Tho vigor of tho mco be said depended upon the vigor cf tho mothers every girl should cultivate physical strength. That lieu I us. persuvcrunco olten outruns WORLD NEWS That everything God does, means Crete Returns to Greece Mexico a oomethlng. Large Proposition The Balkans. That u stingy man Is always cheating hlmeclf. CRETE RETURNS TO GREECE CONTENTS obstaclo is now removed. It is probFARM EXTENSION able that several hundred suits will A thrco days mooting has been held bo entered Involving some millions at which plana woro uiappcu out Kr of dollars. the coming season by Mr. J. H. Arnold who comes irenn the United INAUGURATION DAY to On next Tu?sday, the 4th of March, States Agricultural Department Woodrow Wilton will be inaugurated lako charge of farm damonstration as tho twenty-eight- h and President of work In Kentucky, Tennessee tho United States. His father was West Virginia. At this meeting Prvf. Joseph R. Wilson, a clereyman. He Bryant, Supt. of Extension work In 'was born at Stauntcn, Virginia, the Kentucky, and County Instructors 28th of December, 1856. Much of his were present. Arrangements are mado llfo has been spont as a teacher. For to Instruct tho farmers In those where It Is desired, In a many years ho was President of Princeton University, from which more thorough knowledge of farmInstitution ho was graduated in 1879. ing. This year especial attention is As governor of New Jersey he has paid to corn growing. The Government mado a most enviable record in both has set apart $10,000 for this work In liolltics and statesmanship, which Kentucky. This money will bo spent promises well tor his success in tho in thoso counties that will pay for presidency. At tho samo tlmo Thos. ono half of tho expenses Involved, the R. Marshall of Louisiana becomes tho Government paying for tho other half. This work will bo carted on in MadiVIco President. son County by Prcf. Frank MontgomPRICES ON PATENTED ARTICLES ery who Is a3soc.'ated with Biroa Unltod States District Court at New College; in Honderton County by C. York rendered a decision recently of In Warren Ccunty by Jno. importance. Th s djcls-lo- n A. Mahan; E. Nlchol; Louisville by Nat V. waa against tho Waltham Watch Mctcalf County by Dr. T. W. Company. It denies tho right of tho Frano; In Christian County ly Bushong; patent owners to fix tho price nt Muhlenburg In Morgan; Geoffrey which retailers must sell their patent County by Frank Merrlman. ed articles. This decision brings to Tho above named counties have mind tho fact that Charles A Kecne, raised more than one thousand dolwhom tho ccmpany sued, has been lars each for this work. It is Intendbuying Wallhani watches In tho Loned that at an early tlmo each ono of don market nt prices so much lower tho one hundred and twenty counthan ho ODUld get la this country, ties In tho stato will have a complete that ho could afford to roshlp them system of Instruction in farmlns, to Now York, whero ho sold them at which will be of service to every a profit, though at much less than in Kentucky. may farmor tho local price. This decision revolutionary A NEW HOSPITAL AT PIKEV1LLB provo ono of tho most Plkevlllo Is to havo a new hospital. In business methods cf any of recent A stock company has been organized days. (Continued on lA't Tge) (Continued on I'agt HlgM) OFJHIS ISSUE i'AUE ONE Editorials. News of tho Week. In Tho Making. PAGE TWU. Indians of Calltornln. TcniK)ianco. bamluy School Lessen. A Woman alio Island of Crete, which from time Immemorial has been j art tf Greece, ami which had been und.r European control, wan evacuated ly tho protecting powers on tho lo.h of tho month and jvtuniB to its right-fu- l political uffiltaticu with Greece. iCreto is tho seat of thu old clv.llsca-Ulo- u out of which Greek clv.llal.on sprang. MEXICO A LARGE PROPOSITION Should tho United States Intervene In Mexico thcra will bi scmo territory to cover, and Uio undertaking will not bo a email one, as Mexico has an area of 700,000 square mlLn, almost at largo cc that part cf thu United States cast of tho Mississippi. Over this area is (scattered its popu" of 15,000,000, of whom a largo number nro Indians, who take to tho mm There must be tome reason for the universal popularity of the PAOE THUEB News for Young People. Duty to to Play. How Sam Picepurcd. U-ar- HAUL KOUIt of Taxation. Oliver Chilled Plows I fu, lhi, nMy nl iktia Local Items. Kentucky System that expand and PAUE KlVhi Old Ideas Pushed Aside, Mission of Church. Local Items. PAUE Now Borlal Story. 1'AUB mountalna for hiding. THE BALKAN WAR Vague rumorj aro circulated of an Important Bulgarian victory at Uul-ai- r, but theso rumors aro net confirmed. Bulgatla rcfus s to consmt ' to a uetural zone at Adrlanoplo. A , dispatch fn'iu Constantinople- a ales that tho Porto will limit Its military 'activity to tho defenso cf Its linos, hoping for European Interference or financial exhaustion of tho allies. SIX SEVEN Intensive Funnier;. Farm and Garden. PAt.hl EIGHT -- Eastern Kentucky News. The Footpath to Peace United Statej Nows (continued). State News (continued). Sunday night In tho College Chapel Dr. Hastings of Uattlo Creek, Mich., gave a very useful address, Illustrated by lantern Blldes, on health and exercise. Tho speaker explained tin for difference between exercising health and for muscular development. Ho mado It very clear that there might bo a groat development cf vitality without great muscular Increase. Often men of high muscular power wero not men of great vitality. Tb. vital organs aro In tho chest and consequently the exercises , abdomen, Chillrd Mcul hi no tquil for long Oli wearing and perlrct icounng qualitici. The Plows are shaped along the linee of leasl resistance and the hilch is nxel in the tit Lifbtest Draft Plows Ertr Made Sue I nd iiylct in grrt vrity and tvery Lin J ol work u tucccwfully handled. ft cittily "(J ic CMtly cl JjUpftir U in tie. Trust not to self To guide thine own frail bark O'er stormy wavo to tho desired haven. Thy God knows all tho way; And Ho will keep theo When the mist and dirkness fall, Nor will ho let thee wander from II. C. L. thy course. P" tt If i m4 itlk W. Cm mJ M m ttfUla 4u4 mf R. H. CHRISM AN, The Furniture Man Pace Two. THE CITIZEN Fchcunry 37. 1913 adii. Ilawntl or the Philippine!. Hp la n mover. lie began to more when the slow caravan found their way arrow the By RevTc. S." Knight a family newspaper for ll that It right, and hit covered wagon has gone on to "t'lke'a peak or bust" nml true nd Interesting. Let ua visit tho hcmo of n family tf ' lug, Intelligent peoplo and will beyond. nerea, Ky. people, whj nro probnbly high- - t"ro favorably with tho rnces of tho mtitlahed trttj Tlntraday t There nro some drawbacks to this ,n !RCt thc Rr0 ,.m,ch deal re for n rhnngc. While It accounts cr in tho rcnlo of InttlllRcnco than "rlcnt; BEREA PUBLlsniN0C07 manners, In nppcarntico, driving power nnd prosperous any other tribe of tho southwest nnd for our (Inriirpnrnled) nnd ln,nufncllir ... ways, there Is this fart: (Condueltd by lh National Woman a Chrla. ohotild bo regarded as halt clv.llz-- d P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager J. There Is another trlbo of Indians In tlan Trmptranet Union.) Our society lack cohesion. (Dr K. O, RKt.I.KHS. Dlraetor of Kve-nl- n Tho home Is Arizona called tho Zunns. Thcso peoOur rontnet with each other I brief, tntlier tlinii savnee. Department Tha Moody Illbla Subscription Ratos of Chtcaco.) and vre do not net Into close touch with ! built of stono bid with ndobo, mud or plo live In towns, or pueblos us they RIGHT PLACE FOR A SALOON rAVABUt IN AllVANCK one n not her. It la easy for (he pntltl constructed entirely of sun dried brick nro cnllcd, nnd hnvo nttalnod unto n One Year i.o clan to divide n and cot hi wn.v. ordobyasthey nro called. Thehous h high state of civilization. A cur.oiiBftn. ! LESSON FOR MARCH 2 If Wtalthy and Powarful Canoht En 60 .Six Month which bna much to do with the corrtip dura Presence of Dirty Qrogahop Three Montht JJ tlon In our polltlrnl nnd Indnatrlnl life nro usually of two etorlis with Hat turo In their llfo li Unit Instead of Why Should tha Poor? QOD'8 COVENANT WITH ABRAM roofs nnd a patopct, very much Hko tho man seeking a wife, tho woman Worst of all Bend money bjr PoM office or Kiprrsi Money Home docs not mean to ns whut It thoso of Palestine Tho doors nro low nocks a husbaud. A Zuna girl sees n Order. Draft, Regiitered Letter, or one and two It Ml. Where la tha right place for a saI.EPHON TKXT-CIe- n. cent tampe. ought to menn-t- he hotiae of our fit and tho windows small, not moruthnn man alio likes on tho streets nnd Imla faithful that OOI.DKN TKXT-"- lta The date after your name on latel ihowa to thors, the place where we have lived two foet square. Tlio roof Is reached mediately glee to his homo, takes loon? Where Is tha saloon wanted?- promlaed." Itab. lOIIX. l paid. K It l noi what date your auWription eschanted within three weeka after tenewal and loved and the place where our clill by a ladder from tho outside, also by corn, pounds It into meal, makes If not the fashionable, mercantile notify ua. tabllihments, what other k mU of UnU, wllhn rcCont ycara It was fr a scries of ladders Inside. A good siz- cakes nnd feasts hlni, thus to provo business ara likely to bo helped by Mining numliera will le (ladly atipplled If we dren shall lo born. , ,ertod thai Abram'a battle, are notified. as that sho can cook; then sho washes the proximity of gin mills? Lot som. ed houso may contain as many Liberal terma given lo any who obtain new ln his clothes and mends them and fixes ono name them. la It the baker, the M recorded ... (Jen H ..had nol 0M THE FARMER SAMARITAN. BOvcn rooms, nearly all of thoso In autmcriptiona for u. Any one aendlne ua four t ,ho arf nMOogitI places up hla houso In tho best possible ta lor. the shoemaker the butcher, the wht of on, A young man was speeding tils new tho lower sUrlcs have, flro rearly autMcrlptlonacan recelreTheCitlcen free for one year. rcconclIed ,hn ,pp,rent hjT9 not motorcycle along n country road. He In the corners. In thcso tho flro Is manner. After thuo demonstrating htr milliner, the booksel er? Do any of Advertising rate on application. diewpanclfi but hTe proven beyond got Into a nit. lost control of his wheel built on tho mud floor and tho sm3ko ability as a homo maker, If In wish a those find It of particular advantage UMllon tne ,ccurttCr 0f tho recto their trade to have a Krorseller met with n severe fall. and caught by tho chimney which extends to marry hor, sho r.lniply stays on, Abram., vctorr over tho four MVMaaa or or Dragging his machine to the side of como nnd open up a shop beside them? down to within about five feet of If not, eho sojks farther. 1 could not confedern.B vinga Is a story rich with the road, ho sat down beside It. UN i'al ."Ur0.Udl.n, r" 1n'co"ary n typical suggestions, flaring canopy help but think It our American girls Justify opening clothes were torn. Ho wns suffering tho floor and has a very would make n similar exhibition of for loafers, or drunkard mills, of dens extending cut at tho bottom I. "After These Thlnoa." vv. Intense pain from Internal Injuries. A their domestic accomplishments lar for tho propagation of vice and crime? God's word (v. I) came to Abram not much liko tho smoko catchers nbovo farmer drove- by In hla wagon. li n In f irrt Irltfttirtrt frinivnu e ni w In fowcr of us ycung men would en- - What neighborhood shall be selected only aa a counsel but for aaaurance "nurt yourself?" he naked "Yes, but I hope to be better pres- hotels. Tho floors nro spread with 'danger tho rnco and nntlon by living for tho debauching of men, for the de-- as well. 8o. too. our assurance Is his ot ently." aklus on which rough wooden tables In our present otatc of single blessed structlon of families, for the making word. I John 8:13. In thn midst wa KENTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION. of paupers and felons? Which Is the the uncertainty and the strife, for "tunning pretty fast. I reckon stand. At ono sldo Is tho almplo ness, never poa-Tho Indian women, however, not worst, to open a saloon near a school must remember Abrsm I wonder hand loan where tho famous blankServes you fellows right to hlrn you Qon't have more accidents." And ets, Blmltar to thoso woven by tho only perform the work of tho hsinc, or a church, or to open It next door seated the) land. God appeared to a home. In front of a home, over a In a vision and said. "Fear not." See THERE IS NO WASTE. the farmer drove on. but own tin hcuso and everything In home Navajos, aro mado. Tho blanket or under a homo? What Is there Isa. 41:10. There In the midst, of A few moments later a man came Nothlnc la ever lost. lo President Iloosjvclt by tho It and should tlio chosen man fall to that should make a grogshop a stench foes (Jas. J:M) God promised to be When you burn a piece of coal In along on font ne was a farmer who peoplo of Mexico was mndo by tho como up to their expectations, ho Is In the nostrils rf the public on one to Abram a ahteld and an exeeodlng your stove yon merely chance the from his field near by bad witnessed the most famous weaver of tills Interest- liromptly luvlted to mnko hlmoelf street and a savor oa great reward A "shield" for there la accident. aot shape of It Too do not destroy conspicuous by his absence, whllo another? Is a saloon on Fifth ave- - to the Christian Ufa a mltltsnt side, ing nation. "Been hurtr a particle of It :IS. A "re- They tro skllltul workers In brass, his wlfo trfJlti n moro satUfactory nun calculated to do greater harm Fph. 6:1 J. 14. I Tim. "Yes." Toe con I Is changed Into flame nnd than a beer dive on Mulberry street? ward" which was far morn rich than copper nnd sliver and make beautiful inato. "Well, you look rather pale. Shall I Pror. moke. Into gases and ashes, but notb go for a Hlght hepj Is whero I would niako a If the wealthy and powerful cannot any given by man. Sen !4:Jt. doctor?' beaten work amulets, rings, buckles, endure tho presencn of the grogshop, 10:21. that was In the coal U lost by the lac "No. thnnfc you. Someliody will come etc. I watched tho old sliver Finlth grand and glorious kick, Uut, fellows. Abram Was Human, why should It bo thrust upon the poor process of combustion. It all exists In along directly nnd mnyle I can go bnck melt up somo Mexican dollars, mat It's coming as suro as you'ro nllve. and weak? Are the tenement dlt- Dut Abram was. after all. human, ono form or another. Nothlnc In lost. to town " them In rough paddles In a curious If wo don't step our boozing and trlcts the homes of thoso already and we read In versa I his question It must be so. elao by our activities "Mnybe you can nnd mnybc you can't. night hawking get busy, tho deep down In poverty, squalor and about descendants, .hn being as yet and enterprises we would noon bum You come on with me. I live down wooden mould, then hammer thoin girls will liavo and all the good places misery the proper places to set thn childless. Kven ro. however, Abrara out Into beautiful spoons. They alsa up the world on which we live. this wny. I'll hitch up and take you willing to count the ehltd of Ms ,n llf0 MlA wo will bo tho servants to saloons? Aro they needed to halp In so far as science can determine Into town right away. It might be weavo grass baskets bo clcso nnd firm fulfilling the promlso of may stand In them fori"""0 cnu &o ni nor lauysnips bid- - men live purer lives, to make happier steward as that water all matter Is lai mortal. Nothing new dangerous to wait" homes, to strengthen the weak, to God. Not so with Ood for the prom-cheding. Let's brace up. la crented, nnd nothing Is destroyed They . In n few moments the young man hours without leaking a drop. the downcast, to guide thn er- - Ise (11:3) was to Include Sarah also, Man baa the power to change nnd uwc lying on some straw In the farmer's worship tho sun, moon and stars, al- Thews una Indians havo great Bath. ring? Who shall take upon himself Ood very clearly makes this plain In matter, but be can neither create nor wagnn. wns being taken to the city so wooden and stcno Idols called rain j wrings wIhto they perform that rso 4. the heir wss to be Abram a hern demolish, not even so much as a griilo The farmer drove directly to the hospl gods. In appearance thcso peoplo nro ntrango, mystic and most beautiful the responsibility of declaring tho peoplo shall bo cursed with the Indeed and not the child of another, of dust. tal. Tlio presence of grogshops and where the Hut not only la Abram to havo an rather chert, but very sturdy and well of exorcises, tho rnln dance. You enn boll water and change It Inside of two days the young mnn built. Their features aro large, with who havo seen It pronounce It people shall not be cursed? These, heir but tho land In which be was ao-I- t Into steam or you may condense stentit died. seems to us. are thn practical ques- - Journlng as a pilgrim waa to be hla high check bones, broad mouth, white ono of tho most curious and Interestand change It Into water, but you run The farmer had refused to accept nd his seed to be aa tha stars for eyes that flash 11 ko a diam- ing sights to bo s.en on earth among Hons, and wn should like to have them not annihilate either water or steam money and besides told the doctor" he teeth and multitude. answered. Aroostook Republican. Nothing In the physical world Is ever would help to pay the boy's bill. If nec ond. On tho whole thoy nro good look- - any poople. I "And hn believed" Thn great test lost and nothing In the spiritual world esaary. to this faith camn lster lleb. salbody never to let boys handle her WORLD RAPIDLY GOING MAD but hern In this first distinct srrlp- Is ever lost her community. Sho leaves the Now n A deed of kindness cannot be de or touch her body even In play. Her Do you note the similarity between aried occupations to bo filled by tural history of faith wn find ant forth A work of love this story nnd one that wns told tienrlt atroyed. It persists. who must earn their living and own mother should bo tho first to English Authority on tunaey and those principles that have governed once begun never dies. An act of 2.000 years ago a man who wn Joins tho great comj any of noble men tell her tho mystery of birth. If tho through all time. (I) Thn neenptanee Narvoua Diseases Makes Startennuot tie annihilated. Devotion on the wny to Damascus nnd who fell of thn word of God, n, g., to havn our ling Statement on Drink. and women who work without pay mother docs not do this, some school- la Indestructible. among thieves who stripped trust built upon or supported by thn nnrt tor love of humunlty and the hasten- mate or neighbor will give the girl a But you say. "The Child I loved nnrt wounded lilm? 'Thn world Is rapidly going ms,d." word of Jehovah, sen tsa 30:21; (2) ing of God's Kingdom on earth. Her vulgar or garbled version that ennnot lost that Is loss, nnd only loss." If you rememlier. n Invite nnd n says Dr, Forbes Wlnslow. an F.ngllah to act upon that faith so that our No! prlet looked nt the wounded man nnd religion Is a vital Intimate part of bo effaced.agoLlttlo boys and girls ten authority nn lunacy and nervous dis- coursn In llfn manifests thn belief of vulgar eases. 'Today evory thought and activity of her life years of frequently wrlto The beauty and the power of tluit pned by on the other side. there Is ono certified the heart. how lunatic In nvery 2C9 of our population, child's life nre not lost. It lives In you Is confirmed Then a rertnln Samaritan came thai and regulates her conduct nnd habits notes to each other, showing , God's covenant, nnd In others. And the love you hurt way. ''And when tie nw him he liart for ovcry day. early they think of thcso things. In seven ways. I, Posterity, (a) natand If thn Increaan In lunacy continfor the child persists lu another form compassion on him " lie got down nft Sho will bo Interested In politics, Sho should be given a few things ues at thn samn rate as It has dnnn ural, "earth," (b) spiritual, "heaven." In sympathy nnd kindness and devohis beast and hound up the wound ot not because she wants an officobut nnd a place all her own, If It is only for thn past fifty years, thern will bo (c) also through Ishmacl, Oen. 17MH-20- : children. temporal tion to other and 3, Weaning, both the poor fellow nnd poured oil and because pslitlcs Ic everlastingly mix- a bureau drawer and one end of a one lunatic In nvery four of thn popuThings spiritual cannot be killed. wine upon tliem. lation by A. D. S1S9. One quarter of spiritual; 3, great name; 4, lie a blessed up with law and order and social bookshelf. She vhould feel that Like matter, spirit Is Indestruetlble. ing. Gal, 3:13. 14; 5. "I will blnsa And he sti him on his own le.ist and the world will bn mad. I havn no Its form may be brought him to nn Inn. Anil, moreover reforms and health and education. mother Is Interested In all her games It continues. with those who ascribe this them that bless then;" 6. "and curse changed, but It Is Immortal. to In- them that curso then; 7, thn families he paid the bill and nld If that was And her homo and her children and and good times, and will plan fre- terrible condition of affairs Kindness, devotion to family, to chil- not enough he would lie coming that her happiness aro directly affected by quent opportunities for. play with boys creased competition, and the wear and of thn earth bteaand through Abram, dren, to friends; Justice to all. charity way soon and would pay what wa politics. tear of modern llfo. It Is mnro shelv- e. g.. through Chrlat, Gal. :16. and girls. ing of responsibility, and the true ' "And hn believed In thn Lord" (t. toward all. generosity, helpfulness lacking This Is a vory brief and Imperfect Sho should not bo teased no Ideas these will last forever. causes of Insanity am thn vires, not 6). Abram built upon the naked word story wns Mold to nnswer the picture of my Ideal girl. I wish I ot sweetheart and lover should ever The Goodness, beauty, truth, heroism, sac- question. "Who l my nelchlior?" And had my favorite picture of a girl to como to your little girl, that will como tho worries of civilization." He then of Ood. hn simply looked at that and rifice how enn they be lost? gives the causes of Insanity In thn or- that alonn, Itom. It. V. All Ood nt Its conclusion the Master said Id the splrltunl as la the physical "Which now of these thlukest thou was show you this afternoon. It is tho all too soon. Wo should read to her, der In which hn believes thny should asks of us la for us to take him at his Awakening" by Sant. I sup- and soloct somo children's books and be placed- - "First, drink; sncond, realm there Is no waste. All Is utl nelghlsir word. So It Is that as wn take his to hlui that fell among "Soul's pose I have given away u dozen or papers sultablo to her age. llzed. Yon never bad a good thought thieves?" smoking; third, heredltv." and word about Jesus, hn rocVpna that nor did a good thing that was useless adds, "Until thn drink question has faith to us as righteousness; no matmore cheap prints of this picture to It was easy to answer Sho should havo regular work Somewhere, tuuiebuw. It Is of use . thn nabeen properly dealt with unrighteous we As easy as to answer the query. girls. but it must not Involve heavy lift- tion will contlnuo to go from bad to ter bow Itom 4"3fi; Gal, mar have been, son And so what mutters It If the world "Which of these twain thlukest thou 3:67 The Out how to make thes) glggl'ng girls ing nor long continued standing vr worse." one think that God demands Is that does not know and never praise? was nelghlior to the young man who Ideal sit beforu us thut sitting In tho samo position. Carryover Into tho . we bellevo him and hla word. What matters It If you have wrought fell from Ills motorcycle?" Is the task which some of us have, ing a baby and Ironing for an hour at and suffered In silence. II. "Whereby Shall I Know." ASHAMED OF THEIR BUSINESS and all of us aro Interested In. Thiro a time aro too hard for a llttlo girl. Nothing of yours la lost , MS. Thn weakness of human faith InA'WOMAN IN THE MAKING Vou nre n contributor to the forces are at least four stages to consider: In short, wo want this little girl Saloonkeeper Has No Ust of Camara dicated by Abram'a question (v 8) Is that live forever, the sura total of Stages of Development. Continued from Pirat rage answered by God giving to him dlreo- ot ours to havo a happy, Ideal childto Illustrate Quality of Liquor which Is the universe of Cod. tlons for thn preparation ot a aacrl-- I hood, but at tho samo tlmo wo want period. That Ha Sells. 1. The flcn. Abram did not really doubt good fellowship. Tho games sho playto bring her Into such contact with 2. Tho Child. WE ARE MOVERS. The camera Is used for many pur- Ood's word (v. 6). but ho did dnslrn ed In her girlhood have taught h"r tho activities of tha homo life, so 3. Tho Girl. confirming sign, Many todsy are The newspapers have thought It tho truo values of success and failure, that she shall bo preixircd to mcrgo poses. Pictures are taken of school looking for assuring signs from God 4. Tho Young Wcman. worth while to recoid the fact that one tind have given her a sense of jus Joys and responsibilities ct children to Illustrate the products of when his barn word should bn enough. I Into tho Just a woid about childhood. tho schools. Granges get their memwestern couple ban spent slity-flvtice, of honor, of supporting loyally will not discuss tho period the next phases of her eiolutlon and years on the same farm. bers out In a group and have them Asking for signs Is not always safn, the will of tho majority. Sho knows but as In Abram'a case every growth, young womanhood. but I am lnterested.in It, and snapped so that they ran proudly dis- Lukn It Is unusual. because of this mother must be Intelligent on that natuio play their membership before their God does glvo us a pledge) a sign ot Iu the west especially one will find human Adolescence. friends. Farmers have pictures taken our Inheritance, 2 Cor. T22. Kph. 1:14. subject. You have bad talks on that, comparatively few couples that have social contact with boys aud girls. From twelvo to eighteen tho girl of their She reverences tho past and defers however, bo I pass over cattle and horses big pump- God gave Abram, after ho had nipllo-Itlreared children, welcomed grandcUII followed his directions, a symand tho boy are going through what kins and fine fruits. Grandfathers to the Ideas of her mother and granddren and have bad Childhood. we teachers Bpcak of as tho "adoles- rejoice to be photographed with their bolic vision of himself. Snmnonn has to play lu the same home. mother la many ways, but sho la not prey Ilowever- Childhood la net an Imitation of cent period." It is tho most trying grandchildren, business places and suggested that thn vlln birds of bound by tradition or convention. Sho (v, 11) arn symbolic of Satan, and In the old countries such a thing nn realizes that she must take her lait tiaturo llfo, ncv simply a preparation period, tor tho girl herself, as well factories display their employees and Abram, driving thorn away, a symbol years In tho strugglo under present day for It, but Is a llfo comploto in It- as for hor mother. Tho dovclopmcnt products with pride. livlug on one farm for alit.v-Uvnut did you ever see a saloonkeeper of one victory over evil, Jas. 4:7. would protoke little comment. There conditions just as her grandmother fit- self, Tho joy 8 and sorrows of tho of tho organs of reproduction and tho God Is always nearer to man and bnst wanted to photograph and publa an Inn lu ICugland whose license as functions connected with them bring who thn generation ago. passing moment, though reveals hlmarlf when wn arn In the product a public place Is Mmi years old. nnd Inns ted Into her ntcho a great changes In mind and body. lish saw a photoof his saloon? You midst of sacrifice. God tells Abrara are felt very Intensely, and about never of the broken men are transient things compured with Hor love and tonderness will bo guidAmong tho books which havo helped and women displayed In a by leave a definlto Impression, ed by intelligence rather than saloon win. of thosn days of servitude on tha part farms. Dr. Hall tells us that a tadpole mo understand this period In a girl's dow, did you? Or a picture of a bright of his descendants while they are to emotion. Sixty live years? bn In Kgypt. of Ood's Judgment to bn boy and a wrecked man labeled, llfo are: Dr. Hall's "Adolescenco," e 8ho knows more than one young needs Its tall for its fullest developWhy. In Europe descendants of one and After Taking Our Ilrand of brought upon that land and of their "Child Study," Dr. ment, and cutting It off will not has- KIrkpatrick's family have llred on the same eatnte man and is the friend and companion ultimata deliverance. and Booze?" Lisbon (Ohio) Patriot. for a thousand years or more. Having of them. She la not asking how much ten tho frog atago. Each phase of Latimer's "Girl and Woman," Symbols of Ood. Many been born Id a certain place, the nver money he has but rather la ho pure life Is the best preparation for tho Scott's "Scclal Education." Kvery detail of these predictions Watsr la Powerful. European takes that aa sufficient and strong and able fit to bo the next phase, and should bo compluto articles In tho standard magazines ajr and promtaoa was fulfilled. In verse Water la the strongest drink. aicuae for etaylug thera. It IS there Is presented the (rest father of hor child. Can eho bo his and Joyous, while tho child Is pass- aro helpful also, We do It differently. I shall glvo a tow facts which aro drives mills. It Is the drink of horses thought of the need aa well aa his wife? Can she ing through It So we must revcrtneo of preparation In Oaring bean born In a certain place, friend basod on sclontlflc Investigation, and and of lions. Samson himself never youth for thn future days of "good share and enjoy hla reading and seri- tho personality of our little girl drank wa make that place the Klnt of our and Insist that this bo shown which you may verify In your own ex- Bpurgaon. uiuiu, one inaries JI. old are" a lan In thla varan auriej departure. At tho most tbo average ous thought aa well aa darn his socks. tton of the life beyond the grave. Wo speak of It as the by tho family and friends. Keep perience. She la going to marry for the good hor young man put the age of twenty-oThe smoking furnace and the flam old fashioned reason that she loves her a little girl, but make her lite full "awkward ago," becauso somo parts A Distorted View. years aa tho limit of hla stay. ing torch were symbols of Ood htnv In our charac- this man and not because she needs cf tho Joys of her period of lite. Up of tho body grow moro rapidly than "I trust that as brewers you all Which explain much ir Four centuries of opportunity to twelvo years of age she should others, and tho power of control Is fee within you the same grateful con. were to be allowed tha powerful Amo-ter ua a people. a homo. Uecause of onr native restlessness Dut It marriage does not come to romp and play Just as freely as boys. lacking. Your girl will stumblo over vlctton I feel, that we are the main- - rites who now possessed the land be- and desire to go to new places we ure hor, It Is not a tragedy. She finds She should sleep ten hours out of a crack, and break dishes. She will "tsy ?. rltJonaI B,"d Prct, temper, fore the land came Into bona fldo po satd the Dresldant nt the most enterprising people In the plenty of opportunities to excrclas tho every twenty-fou- r. a bo try your patience nt every turn. Hor ance." She should i. atwurunucv in world, the United States Brewers' aisocla- - ""wit Ood's Judgment Willi III" I' l' lu Uurope men stay where mothering was condition, I.e. for bless the out doors a part of every day, winter inuscles and uoart and nerves aro all tlon to representatives Instinct and tbey were born und follow the business of that body ed upon the "measure of their Iniquity undergoing great changes. Sho can't In convention assembled. In America men go world, but her highest Ideal Is to and summer. Of their fathers; And so being Mil." In the midst of thla hor-Kho apeaklng Sho will got much In correct habits sit still vory long at a tlmo. be a wife and mother In her home. fceyoud and begin a new business. he furnishes proof of tha ror of darkness came God's-finaas-ought not to bo nagged and scolded and aclentlflc atatemrnt In school from her teacher and school'The American Is at home wherever If she has leisure and wealth she that one of tha aurance to Abram In the syrubollo ridiculed. Itathcr sho needs sympathy hla bat Is off. Joins a woman's club and serves on mates, but at this ago father and ' humn "Klng torch" which passed be-la derange If he cannot go west and grow up committees of civic and soc'al Im- mother have tha highest place In and special attention, Hegular bathwhole Intel- - tween the pieces of tho ilaln anlmala with the country because the west Is provement. She stirs up interest and her affections and regard. She should ing and exercise and right habits of e"u,nf mM 10 ,MnV. .'m;fc hs two parties to tha I aUJIngjjjjJia wlUJnjnjutTKjnto Can- - works tor all movements of uplift In be taufht the sacredness of her own (Contlnutd aa Page Three) ara not. XxnoX. The Citizen The Indians of California corn-Ho- p! swrsoiooL Lesson ...... iire-cnt- ed sweet-smellin- It-- "a 1' ll:t. no-me- sue-rlflc- alut ! hr n clg-ar- -- . . I tt. pre-nat- al e pre-nat- r It y e Bn n, "De-for- our-solv- u .. I l hlu ' Li ? T? 'I P'' February ayt 1913 THE CITIZEN. ?. Page Three. INEWS firtfie Why Kidf YOUNG PEOPLE PASTIME FOR YOUNQ AND OLD Swedish It Is the Duty of the Worker to Learn to Play By Or. CHARLES L. DANA. HOWSAMPROPOSED Ended in Force of Arms, Compulsion, Extortion, All That, and Then Some. By JOHN PHILIP ORTH. Bame Andrew was a bachelor of 40, one of tho three carpenters In the village of Dover. Ilelng a bachelor It waa perfectly logical that he should keep bachelor's hall. He had made his own bed and cooked his own meals for ten years when things happened. In preparing his own dinner one day tho bachelor burned the meat, forgot to put the coffee In the pot with tho water, and fried the potatoes until the odor could be scented across the street. Then ho broke a platter, kicked the cat and went out oa the back steps and said to himself: "Dog gore It, but Km a fool!" Mrs. Drown, wife of his nearest neighbor, was on her back steps and saw and heard him and answered: "Of course you are!' "I ought to have a wife." "Everybody know that." "1 won't stand It another month!" She taw that he was very much In earnest, and she thought for a moment before saying: v "Mr, Andrews, I know you to be a steady, man, and you'd make some woman a good husband, but I'm not the worran. I've no tboughta of marrying again." "Hut you may change your mind," he answered. "It Is barely possible." hard-workin- Piper pire Deecrlbe Interesting Um- Neurologist, of New York Clams to Be Played on lc thcr." "And If you do, then" "We can't tell what may happen fur.' It Needed. A novel for young and old, deecrlbcd a a novelty by a Swedish paper, la played aa follows: Two polca of convenient height are erected on the Ice; If skating on fhallow pond they may bo driven through the len and Into the ground, but If thp water la deep, holei mutt be bored through the Ico and the polei will soon freeze eolldly In them. A rope la stretched between the polca at each a height aa le eulted to tho alte of the players or ae agreed on to make th gnmn morn or lees dlltlcult. and on this are itrung a number of pieces of board, A, each hnvlng a ring of iprlng steel, II, attached to Ita lower end. The purpose of the game la to run at good peed btween the poles and catch a ring on a epear, each player being en titled to make a certain number of mm, and tho winner being the one Few Had Trade. who can catch the most rings. The spenra may be made of broom Failure property to train boys for handles tapered toward the end, and useful work Is a prolific source of and Interesting winter game OKK is eventually HARMFUL if it is dono intensely and intensively with the mind concentrated upon practically ono line of activities. All treadmill activity, if it closely and almost solely engrosses the attention, LEADS TO a. roily DEGENERATION. Interest in tho cultural phases of life, in art, vtftQ'ino literature, music, social problems, politics, even religion, DISAPS Vou PEARS IN ABOUT TEN YEARS. In twenty such interest is He rieMCfhbors almost BEYOND RECALL And THc o- All This is the present stato of mind of hundreds of thousands of AMERIEAGER MONEY MAKERS AND Havc dotobed ' CANS TODAY, and it includes many who simply aro conscientiously l.trie trying to support their families and secure n competence for their declining years. BOYS WHO LACKED TRAINING Even heforo this tho intensivo worker who docs not wisely divert RIGHT IN THE Interesting Investigation Made by himself will often have a BREAKDOWN Juvenile Protective Association MIDST OF HIS ACTIVITIES. "I may propose," agalnsald Mr. Andrew as he was ready to go. "I hope not." "And I may keep proposing." "Good night, Mr. Andrews good night" a he -- has .voice see She milfs gasped and replied: "Sam, the widow was gijng you a Jolly I" "No." "Hut she Is. She wants to be run' after. She wants to keep you on the hook. Don't you let her fool you.; Propose again." "I told her I should." "Good for you I Don't you let her. make a fool of you." Every day for the next fortnight the party of the second part kept encour- -' ngalng the party of tbe third part, and be began to feel that It waa time to. propose again. In doing hi carpenter work It became necessary for him to go to the woods to cut a stick of timber. It was a tramp of half a mile. It was after dinner that he started out, and while he was tramping about In search of the right tree he heard a woman's calls for help. When he traced them to their source hla surprise was great. The widow Martin waa atuck fast In a quagmire! "Why how when " gasped Sam. "I came out for a walk." wa explained. "I have been stuck here for two hour. I thought help would never come." "Stuck, eh?" queried the man, aa he took a seat oa a log. "Mr Martin. I warned you that I should propose again." "Are you going to make a fool of yourself?" she demanded. "Thl Is no time for nonsense. Cut a pole and reach me the end of It" "There's other business ahead of that In tbe last fortnight I have learned to love you' "I am a good man, widow a good man. You couldn't find a better d In the state. I want you to think things over. I'm not handsome, but I can help to make a happy home. I'm no swell, but you are no aristocrat yourself. I'm a carpenter working by the day, but you are a humbl widow. Think It over. I'll be back In halt an hour." "Sam Andrews!" '. bus-ban- Next morning bright and early Mrs. at the fence to hear the new, and when told by tho carpenter that he had been turned down, sho JlrowTj was (K)nejt her "Don't!" "Dut where In Jericho am I going to get ono?" "That's It where?" She passed Into her house and was gone ten minutes, while the bachelor In his sat and Stared at the beet-topgarden and wondered how a feller managed to kick himself when he felt he needed kicking. Then she reappeared to say: "Oh, Sam, come to the fence." A breast-higdivided the fence lots, and the two were soon leaning over It. "Well?" queried the carpenter In a s Player In Action. with a shield made of tin and attached t a suitable distance from the thicker end (Pattern C). The lino Is fastened at the top of one pole and run through a pulley, I), at the top of the other, thence to a weight or line fastener Bach player should start from the same base line and pass between the poles at such a speed that ho will glldo at least 100 feet on tho other side of tho poles without pushing him self forward by the aid of the skates. Twenty runs are usually allowed each player, or ten playera may dlvldo Into two parties, playing one against the other, etc An umplro will be needed to see that fair play ta maintained and ettlo any disputes that may arlio, NEAT WINTER EVENING TRICK and y Com-pan- Allow Person to Think of Card Then Make It Appear Where May Decide Upon. To allow a person to think of a card and to make that card appear at any number In the pack which the rest of the company may decide upon: After tho cards have been thoroughly well shuffled offer the pack to one of tho spectators and ask he to card him select any to the remember chooses and number at which It stands from the bottom of the pack. This done, you offer to makn the card selected tako any position In the pnek that the rest of the company may choose to Wo will suppose tho audience name. to decide that they wish the card to appear at number eighteen. Carelessly remark that It Is not even necessary for you to see tho cards, and hold tho pack either behind your back or beneath tho table, while you rapidly count eighteen from tho bottom of the pack and place them on the top. Then, producing the cards, you ask the audience to tell you tho original number of tho card, ns you will begin counting from that number. Suppose they tell you that tho num bcr of the original card was fourteen calling the first card fourteen, the next fifteen, the next sixteen, then seventeen, and last Here, In order to make the trick aa Impressive as possible. It would be as well to pause and say: "llefore I turn It over will you kindly toll me tho namo of the card selected?" The card being named, you turn It up, and. tu their utter astonishment, the company perceives that It Is the right one. You commence RIDDLES. Why aro tlioro three objections to taking a glass of brandy? Ilecauso thero are threo ncruples to dram. Why Is a pretty girl like a locomotive? Ilecnuso she scuds off tho sparks, transports the malls, and has a train following her. What uro tho most unsociable things In the world? Mile stones, for you Dover see two counting, of them together. Why Is tho letter Y llko death? riecause It makes all fall. When may a man bo considered to be really over head and ears In debt? When he owes for bis wig. What Is It that a gentleman has not, never can have, and yet can give to a lady? husband. What fruit docs a couple resemble? A nowly marrlod between mouse and a young lady? Ono banns the cheese, tbe other charms the ties. A green pair (pear). What Is the difference THUS IT 8EEMS TO ME THAT IT 18 A SERIOUS DUTY ON TH1 PART OF VERY ACTIVE BRAIN WORKERS WHO WORK WITH CONvagnbondugo and crime. An Investigation made by tho Juvenile Protec- CENTRATION TO LEARN TO PLAY. I REFER ESPECIALLY TO tive association of Chicago and re- THOSE TO WHOM LIFE AT OFFICE AND HOME 18 NEVER QUITE ported by Its president, Louise WITHOUT A CONSCIOUSNESS OR FAINT SUBCONSCIOUSNESS OF tlowen, In the 8urvey, devel A study was THE GREAT TASK THEY ARE DAILY ENGAGED IN. ALL THIS AP- oped striking facts. made of cases selected from among PLIES JU8T AS MUCH TO WOMEN, TO THE ANXIOUS MOTHERS 1,328 confined In tho Cook county Jail WHO BRING UP THEIR CHILDREN, WITH EACH CHILD ALL THK In 1911. Mrs. Ilowen writes: TIME ON THEIR MINDS, AND RUN, THEIR HOU8EHOLD WITH AD'The Investigation emphasizes the fact that only three out of the hun- MIRABLE BUT PAINFUL TIMIDITY. dred boys had a trade. Only six had been allowed to work at the occupawill not avail when your Itnruaturo A WOMAN IN THE MAKING tion which they really desired. Most girl is tempted to bo Just a bit of them had been put to work at Contlnurd from pagr two) Slxty-stanything attainable. had "easy" with her boy friend. begun to earn their living at fourteen C. Sho should bo allowed not years of ago or younger. According cntlng will help to keep her well. Get "steady company" with a young man to the government reports, the wages her to form tho "drink habit" drink sho Is eighteen at leaat There of unskilled laborers who leave school two giaggca 0f water before retiring until aro too many young girls In Bereft before they are fourteen increase an(1 two two roaming breakfaBt and tha streets with boys going num j in iiu per ween until homo lrom Sunday night meeting and they are twenty years of age. Hero during the day. THCSO arc Bome OI llBUUUtuw going driving Sunday afternoons. They thflv remain .l.llnnnrv until thv forty years of ago. when their earn- - acteristlcs: willful, lawless, giggl.ng, get married without preparation ir Ing capacity ngaln begins to decline, 'giving horsclf over to Intense and serious thought and without ever now knowing "Out of the 1.328 boys In tho Jail, violent emotion, tho aacrcdncss of true love. 721 had been engaged In unskilled oc- and rude, now shy and timid, 7. Create, a disgust in the mind of cupatlons. Nineteen boys had wished jrcamy and forgHful, extreme y b o your girl for what Is ca.led "spoonbecome machinists; out of this B ltr.aglnat.ve. often im luslve. ing." Do you know how much harm number four drove wagons, one was tlv0and ,a a n,,parCnt loT a farmer, three were messenger boys. N rcason It does your girl to be kissed by hmcnts every boy one an office boy, four were laborers, tlons. She forms Intense atta who associates with her? thre were errand boys In stores, one for one girl friend, Idcal'zta horteaca-wa- s .Tho boy who finds pleasure In telling a chauffeur and two were gro- - crs, devours lovo stories, moves abcut how many girls hs has klsaed, should eery clerks." a roraantlc day dream, In which be publicly whipped and ostracized by sho Is tho central figure and alwns Marriage that Is the rxsult GAME FOR WINTER EVENING tho picture of the prince who shall tho town. of such looseness Is lntar.auly un is como and fulfill her dreamy Ideals Disks Flipped Upon Cardboard Block before, her This is the period when happy. 8. Lastly, but most Important. In .Values-Varia- tion of Various of th(J altrulgtlc ,n8tnct s keen and al- an small things glvo your g.rl a TlddleWh.k. Icrt-sIs easily led Into tho church. ho great deal of freedom give her plenty Sn0 10 ncr- Anew kind of game that Is a sort of1 Tho herolc ai'l-rope, but keep hold of tho end to of should bo given an opportunity variation of the old game of tiddlc-dc-Exact obedience in all important winks, and will afford much amuse- - show her sympathy for wcakn ss and things. Dlame less, praise more, scold mcnt for a cold winter's evening, has need by making small sacrifices and been devised by a Pennsylvania man doing deeds of lovo and service w.th- - not at all. Meet all her questions with frankness and sincerity. Try to cuA flat rectangular box has spread out TCwnTli, Mnny parents niako th ter iuto over the bottom a lot of cardboard out crltc:i;ng ftnu-- 8:oU1 n8 telligence her life with sympathy. Insquares, each bearing the p cturo of an ""DW"" f and lovo arc all tho 'rla ,c tho f80"00 ,of only safeguards. Help alter animal and a certain valuation. Inter. thc'her to reallzo Tho girl has no roascn for spcrsed among them aro other pieces others. that as a boy Is the Son of God, oo ropresentlng fines. The player Is pro- - Ing many things that her mother dots sho Is tho Daughter of God, with vlded with two disks of different sites, not understand. Tho boy gets sympa Just as great a mission and equal thy and appreciation from the "gang" opportunity for service and achieve tho girl gets It from her one girl ment. friend or from her "set." Too often I havo confined myself largely to tho girl Is repressed and rldlculed.so jthat sho suffers Intensely, and tho tho physical needs and soc al lelatlons will never open her heart to her of a young girl. Iler special Intellectmother. It Is tho stago of "puppy ual and religious training are f.t sub t. e jects for another paper. I shall close lovo" In which It la sa.d that grll Is In isvo with an Ideal, and with this quotation from a Comthq boy la restless and seeks to know mittee of Soc.al Workers, distinguish. cd In tho work of reform. life." "wnen every mother gives n- -r Tho two thlnss which socm to explain Uils t: an' It cn p rl d o con- little girl full freedom for physical sciousness of self and tho strug;lo to agveloimcnt and talks to her of tho reallzo personal freed m to sttl h r profession or business sho Is going relation with tho world about her at to learn; when each girl is taught to look forward with prldo to a caevery point of contact. reer of bread winning which will Training Principles. lcavo her freo to marry tho man of Now let ws look at sonto of tho her choice, and not make marriage n w.ll help us pursuit constructive facts that and a necessity; when tho guldo our girl through th so trying great body cf women recogn'zo that years. Tho two greatest fmptatlons tho only protection of their daughNew Kind of Game. craving 'that lead girls astray aro tha ters against loveless and uniiappy wnrtho larger ono to bo used In flipping for pleasure and tho strugglo for marriages and dlvorro and crime, lies tho smaller one Into tho box. Each sonal freedom and placo.How to keep In having a sourco of incomo in puro r aJy player counts tho valuo of the pleco he her safe and flno and their own ability to earn and lands on, or if it huppens to be a "fine for tho crowning love or tho groat in a certain indopondencu of thcught he subtracts that amount. Thero can work of womanhood that s our pi o1'- and action aside from their bioth. rs also bo a penalty provided for failure ,cn, u,t mo 8UsgCBt tho following: and husband's then a lung et:p toto enter tbe box at all and a number 1. Surround her with the host en- ward nobler Lvcs for men and woof rules may bo mado to add to the you can nfford, good picmen aPlio will have been taken." Interest of the game or make It more vlronment a tures, good books, somo privacy difficult place for her iersonul things, which Providing for the Future. Proof. shall ba kept sacred for her. "H'by do you Insist on taking that dally Tommy went home one day with a 2. GIvo her somo regular youns'er's photograph every fow nice new golf ball. work. week?" "After ho has plunged Into "Look at tbo lost ball I found on the play, the hardBhlra and responsibilities of 3. GIvo her a regular tlmo for links, father!" be said. recreation, or social relaxation. mature life be can tnke the pictures "Built you are sure, Tommy," said ' i. Let her Invite her friends to ycur out and look at 'em. When he sees Mr. Traddles, "that It woa a lost ball homo at stated times and help h r bow his mother used to dress blm really?" and cut his hair he'll feel more re"Ob, yes," said tbe boy. "I saw tbe to plan games that will have enough signed to being grown up." Wssb-'ngtobis caddy looking fur It." fun and change to appeal to boys and man and Star. Opinion. London Kirls. 6. "Tho twilight hour Is tho cruNew Use for Button. Surgical Lore. niomont." Never let your girl go Little Mayme. aged four, and - cial "Father, what la a minor opera- out In town at night alano or In older sister were sitting near the win company with a young man alone, dow ono day when suddenly ber sister "A minor operation, my boy. ts one for which the patient cheerfully pays When she Is old enough to have dropped a button out of the window, some settled prlndpl's and a back- - which an old hen swallowed at once. the bill." ground of social experience with many Then the silence was broken by tlttlt "And a major operation?" "Oh, that'a one for which th bill boys and girls, this will bo proper. Mayme saying very earnestly; "Now be a button In tbe egg." Da la settled by th heir." Judge. iTno best Instruction and Inheritance there'll Ineator. n nun sulky voice. "You are a single man." "Don't I know that?" "Vou want a wife." "I do. I'm tired of this gosh-hange- housework." "Say, Sam, 1 a day." "I can get you a wife In .r. I ild 8 I don't believe it Who is she?" "Tbo widow Martin." "Why why," stammered the bachelor as he tried to turn pale. "She wouldn't have the likes of me." "You can't tell that 'till you ask her. I happen to think she'd Jump at the chance. We were talking the other day, and she said said !" "Said what?" "I'm not going to do your courting for you," laughed the woman as she turned away from tbe fence. "If 1 were a man named Sam Andrews I know where I'd be about 8 o'clock this evening." "Oh Lord, where?" "Right over at tho widow's bouse, "Half an hour!" aBklng her to set the wedding day. "Dut I'm being drawn down." That would be me, but of course you "Half an hour!" haven't got much grit. Light your "Sam, don't you know you are actpipe and think It over." ing mighty mean? Here I am. utterly The carpenter didn't go back to his helpless, and you " saw and hammer that afternoon. He "I ask you to marry me. What d'ye sat for hours with his feet cocked up say?" and pipe In mouth and went over the the widow after case. He had known tbe widow Mar- three long answered had gone past. minutes tin for years, and had a good oplnloa It was force of arms of her. He wasn't In love, but he bad extortion and all of that, compulsion stuck read and heard that that sentiment to her promise and has but sheregretnever would come along a few days after ted It marriage Should there be calls and (Copyright, 1912, by the McClure Newsa courtship, or should he transact paper Syndicate.) business on the plan of matrimonial answers given while you wait?" At sundown he had decided on the latter IS THOUGHT OLDEST MUMMY course. It was to he or not to be. There were three Interested parties Skeleton of Women, Recently Found, Has Been Accorded Distinction here. by the Scientists. Mrs. Martin, the widow, party of "Y-yes- a-- br The mummy known as which Is in the museum of the Royal Sam Andrews, party of the third college of eurgeonB, London, England, has been described as the oldest mumpart It might seem more than neighbor- my known. The date assigned to It ly for the party of the second part to by Prof. Elliot Smith waB the age of Senefru, tbo beginning of Egypt's offer her assistance in the emergency recorded. The widow was a harmless fourth dynasty, about 3700 years U. C. Some human remains, however, sort of flirt, as all widows have a right, to be. Mrs. Drown was a mar- have now been discovered at Sakkara, ried woman, but she liked to flirt a about 1C miles from Cairo, belonging Dut for her to the period of tbe end of the seclittle notwithstanding. husband's Jealous disposition she ond and the beginning of the third might have had more opportunities. dynasties, about 4,000 years D. C. Among tbem is tho ckeleton of a To bo restrained while the other was free galled and rankled. She bad woman about 35 years of age, which hoped for years that the widow would was found completely Invested In a get married and to a mighty Jealous large series of bandages, and next to man at that, and thus leave her a the body was a corroded woven cloth. The corrosion, says Prof. Smith, clear Held, but no such event had happened. There wero nineteen chances was presumptive evl: ence that some out of tweuty that the party of the material, probably crude natron, was third part would get turned down applied to the surface of the body, with a prompt "No, sir!" but tho flir- with a view to Its pretervatlon, and tatious woman wasn't missing any- he has thus been able to trace to a thing that came her way. Under oth- higher antiquity than had previously er conditions she would have told been done, the uso of this method for preserving the body of tho dead. Sam Andrews that he was and' to go and hlr ed and They Were Really Moving. out to a side show. He had bad Intimate acquaintance At 8 o'clock that evening the widow Martin was considerably surprised with the content of several flagons to open the door In response to a ere he went aboard one of those surknock and find tho old bachelor on face cars In Drooklyn In which the the steps. He was dressed In his Sun- "ads" revolve, that all who sit may day suit Ills hair was oiled and his read. He looked pale, and "Shay," ho said confidentially, as he boots greased. ho made earnest efforts to swallow nudged his neighbor, while gazing at his Adam's apple, but he finally got tho advertisements of talcum powder, seated. The widow wondered what soap, dandruff cure and what not as errand bad brought blm, and as tbe they passed before him "shay, m minutes passed and he did not ex- fren'. are them thing movln', or am I seeln' thing?" plain she asked: Assured that they were really mov"Did you call to see If I had any ing he heaved a sigh of great relief, carpenter work to do?" "Why, no." was the reply. "No. I looked at the signs with a softer eye, didn't call for carpenter work. I call- - and then dozed off Into a peaceful nap. ed to ask you to marry inel" "Mr. Andrews!" Looks Ominous. "You see, 1 want a wife." "I fear I have mada a mistake." "I should say you did." "Why?" "And I'll be a good husband to her." "Dut but you see " "He proposed tn a taxlcab. The pretty good minute I accepted be paid the bill and "Mr. Martin, I'm we cot' out and walked." maa. the first part. part Mrs. Brown, party of the second bow-bac- bow-legge- Page Four. fHE CITIZEN. February 27, 1913. pany to Schenectady, whero ho Is one Thelma Simpson of tho Mod.i of 18,000 employees In tho great elec- Schools, spent a few days last week trical works. Ho says that savernl at her homo In Buckeye, Garrard Co. thousand of his fellow .workmen nni Uosejla Miss Roberts returned tollcgo graduates. homo, Monday, from a short visit Mr. Morrltt l'owell entertained a with friends In Mt. Vernon. 8 NEWS OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A couple of student friends nt his homo Miss Blanche Nlcolln, a student In VARIETY OF SOURCES the College Department, was called c In Richmond, Saturday and Sunday, Pres. and Mrs. Frost entertained to her home, Lancaster, O., on actho members of tho 8enlor clnos and count of the Illness of hrr mother. .Mr. uiuncici or iiarbourviiio was Tho Senior Class of tho Academy Mrs. Hubbaid, Mies Welsh and Prof. In town at the first of the week Cromer nt dinner nt their home, Department were delightfully entermatters for his graduation tained nt tho home of Prof, and Horn the College couiuo at Commence Monday evening. At the close of tho Mrs. Matheny during Vesper hour, delightful meal, a number of stirment tlmo. ring college songs were sung nnd the 1'rldny night. Houses will burn. Insure In an old seniors nnd other guests took their Tho Citizen has been republishing CITY PIIONK 1SS form this week, n num. Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. rollaulo Company. II. C. Woolf. (ad.) leave with grateful appreciation to j ,n l"1"'!'"' Miss Nettle Scrlvncr left, Tuesday, Pres. and Mrs. Frost for tho plena- - bn of vnluab' articles which havo own appearing at mrrcrrnt times In for Richmond, where Bho takes a nnt evening. DRECK Its columns. This Includes a health DAN position with a millinery More. Some of our teachers have receiv Tho College has given notice that ed copies of tho Rorcn story "Goose series by Dr. Cowley, addresses on Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock nil water used at business places, Creek Folks," which was written by rural llfo by Prof. Clark and Dr. WilINSURANCE stores, and livery stables, will be Miss Lillian Bush, a Berea teach-- r son, nnd a sermon by Pres. Frost. Will sign your bond. Copies can bo had at this office. sold only by April 1st. ,FJchraond, Ky. Tills will help meter nfter more con two years ago. It Is n delightful Our "Campus Editor" does not alPhone 505 to secure a mountain story, the plot being laid stant water supply for nil consumers at Berea and the characters easily ways reccrd all tho good thlngB go'n on In different departments of the next summer. recognlred as Berea ieople. Miss North Bound, Local The Colored Subscription School is Bush is now in Now York City, whero Institution. Tuesday's lectures of this 7:00 a. m. 10;M p. m. Knoiville moving on well this winter In charge she and her sister nre writing other week wero given In tho Upper Chapel 1:07 p. m 3:6t a. n. of UEHKA by Dr. Robertsen on tho "Early y Miss Harris. stories. 7:45 am. 6:30 p. m. ClnclnnaU of Kentucky," and In tho Main Tho Colored Sunday School with Samuel Rice, a Betva Chapel by Pres. Frcst on tho "Early South Dound, Local 8:15 t. m. such workers as Melissa Hallard and student Is spending this year workfi!30 a tn. PlnMnnill History of Iterea." ' Battle 12:34 p.m. 12:33 a. m. M,sa Klchnrds Is doing very useful ing in the Sanitarium nt BEREA Tho lectures next Tuesday will !o Creek. He hopes to get back Into given beforo the College Department 7:00 p. m. 5:60 a. n. work. Knoiville school again next year. Kspreu Train. by Dr. Hubbard, Normal Dcpartm:nt COLLEGE ITEMS No. 32 will stop at Berea to tako The Bible Class leaders, eighteen by Dr. Howard, Academy, by Prof. on passengers for Dayton, O., RichIn number, wero entertained nt tho Peck. Vocational by Mr. Llvengood In the Musical Contest between tho house of Mr. mond, Ind., Indlanapolla, Itfd., Columand Mrs. Taylor last nnd Foundation Schools by Mr. May. different gradcB of tho Foundntbn Saturday evening. A discussion bus, O., and points beyond. for -- v. -- "'-. South Bound. " betterment of tho meetings In WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY a "Musical Debate which was unit 8:00 a, m. Cincinnati nnd mblo claifac8 ,n 1artIcuI:ir t very splendid and greatly enjoyed by 11:65 a. m. UEREA ed on p,wty pf good muslc The College met at 10 o'clock for No. 33 will stop to taka on pas- all was rendered, and refreshments wero a grand procession to tho Chapel Meeting In their own dining room served. I sengers for Atlanta and points whero von- - lntercsflnir vrrn on the afUrncon of Washington's birthday, tho Academy Faculty and North Bound feMtK&a 4:4 p. m. ctudents had an exceptionally good 1:37 . sa, CtaelanaU time. An orchesUa, arranged by Mr. Dorral Flint, rendered a number of good selections. After a promenade. Mr. Edgar Engto has recovered from games wero played, and shortly bepneumonia fevor. fore leaving, dainty refreshments were Miss Stella Griffith gave a party served. at her home on Boone St., Friday Tho carpentry class under the lead evening, In honor of her guest, Miss of Mr. Hook Is getting wine practiKatheri no Thomas, of Ford. cal experience la putting up partitions Mr. Walter Knglo has purchased tlui in tho old Congregational TO YOU Church. restaurant near tho station. When means permit this bulldlns Ly Miss Addle Fish accompanied will bo plastered and fitted up for n her uncle, E. B. Fish, left last week Music Hall, as tho number of students for a few dayo stay at Mt. Jackson In cabinet organ Is now so great that Sanitarium, Indianapolis, Ind. more room is necessary. 16 per cent fortlllzer Is known by The school of Fireside Industries, In TO everybody. Sold at Welch's, (ad) chargo of Mrs. Embers, Is to be movMr. and Mrs. U. M, Burgees and lit- ed to tho basement of the new girl's tle daughter, Huth, of Paint Lick, dormitory, spent from Saturday until Monday Tho attendance of students Is holdwith tho Mlsaes Bertha and Nina ing out better than ever before this King. winter, and shows an increase in all who has departments. There are 1,39Miss Lena Cox's brother, -' students been visiting hero for some time left, in actual attendance this week. Monday. The measles which has made to Como to the great demonstration much troublo In former years and of HI inch's good things to cat fit has been actively scattered by a numHolllday's, next door to Postofflcc, ber of students this year, has been Berea, Ky., on Saturday, March 1st. held in check by tho vigilance and 1913. Exports will bo on hand to tell skill of Dr. Cowley and his assistants. all about the good things. Everybody There are 17 cases now In the HosInvited. (ad) pital. Tho many friends of F. O. Bowman, Profs. Marsh, Matheny and o of Tho Citizen office, will le pleased left, Saturday, to attend tho to learn that ho la soon to be out Educational Association of PhiladelMr. A. W. Mellows, an expert a held appropriato to the day. Tho rp'ak. of tho hospital. Ho Is now recovering; phia, which is being held this week. coustlclan from Cleveland, O., was Ing was of Intensely patriotic characfrom an attack of typhoid fever. His Profs. Hubbard and Calfeo went out hero to consult with Pres. Frost for ter and consisted of a series of adfriendly ways have made for him to Hyden, Ky., Monday, on business. better acoustics in the Coliego Chapel dresses upon topics appropriate to many friends. The Foundation Schools at the A large additional ward room has tho mountains by mountain students. Prof, and Mrs. Bowman aro happy Washington's birthday socials gave a been made at the hospital by utilizing Mountain Iloads and tho cost of haulin tho Improved condition of their very Interesting program. Each Bchool tho entire attic chamber. This makes ing, the mountain farms, the mounsick children, all of whom ar now on rendered ono song and recitation. a room largo enough to accommodate tain Doctor, the mountain schools, tho road to recovery. Their frlend3 Tho exorcises assumed the nature forty or more patients. tho church, tho mountain home, and sympathize with the anxiety thev of a content, and much enthusiasm Tho now furniture has come, and tho relation of Scotland to tho mounhavo suffered the past weeks. prevailed. Miss Powell's schcol gave is now in place In the west end school tains were somo of tho topics disI have a few valuable building lots a unique exercise, In which a speech which 'makes It a most cussed. for salecheap. H. C. Woolf. The speakers who took upon them (ad.) waa made for each of our country school room In the community. A so Mr. D. M. Click of Kerby Knob, to- - past presidents, the subjects being clai was held, Monday night, at which selves tho work of preparing those gether with two of his nieces, tho Interspersed with national songs. The Prof. Montgomery gavo au Interest di8cusslonB on very short notice and Misses OllI and Nannie Hatfield, girls with sashes of our national col Ing tali; on farming and orgunized the In addition to other exacting labors V.ni Com Club In Berea, and also a acquitted themselves very creditably. Iiassed through Berea, Monday, cn ors mado a fine appearance, Tncy wero Messrs. Howes, Jcssa Balrd, Glenn Hoffman, a Canning Club for girls. n their way to Tennessee, whero they Be will spend a fow wocks vUltlng with rea student, writes his friends that ne Mr. Chas. Anderson spent Saturday James l armer, Koy Houts, Thomas Fryo, Ruffian Bust. McCoy Franklin. has changed his location from New and Sunday In Mt. Vernon. friends and relatives. Prof, and Mrs. Hunt entertained James Hlllman and MUs Margartt ork City, whoro ho has been employ Wo havo Just received a complete ed with the Bradley construction Com most pleasantly at a dinner, Prof. Tan boo. stock of spring slippers and and Mrs. Fulton and Itev. and Mrs. wo havo all the new styles, in paRoberts at their homo on Saturday tent, velvet, suede, vicl and dull kid, THE CAMP FIRE GIRLS evening. Tho tablo decorations wero i, white buck and canvass, adapted to Washington's birthday, The Spring Campaign Begins This (ad) Mrs. S. It. Baker. and tho whole affair was extremely Week. At a meeting of tho Town Council pleasant. on the second Tuesday in February, On Saturday afternoon at 3:30 In Miss Ituport from Pactolus, Ky., Mr. James A. Collins was tbcted room No. 4, Lincoln Hall, will bo Is visiting Miss Carrlo Spangler, of town marshal. Ho baa entered upon hold tho first meeting ot tho season tho College Department, who also his duties with efficiency. of tho Camp Fire Girls. Provision lives at Pactolus. Grass seeds, plowi, and wlro fence has boen made, ikTthat all tho glrlB Miss May Baker of tho Wost End at Welch's. entitled to wood gatherers ring will (&d) of town entertained a number of her reeolvo ono without expense At this friends at a birthday party last Saturday evening. All reported a good meeting measurements will bo taken, and orders sent for tho rings. Such a time. 9oooaoaooaoooooooooooooooooooao LOCAL PAGE BETTER BAKING L oooooo5ooooo.oooooooooooooj DR. BEST, DENTIST H. The Door to Better Baking 1S j! ALADDIN FLOUR II ta lh In, health tfo door (hat certainty la bak Ind rrnultn anil Irta oat worry, dtsappolnlmsal, dark, soggy loaves, etc Good dictation and wllh rvery loal of bread baked with lets ALADDIN FLOUR Its delicious, palatable flavor la another consideration not to be Ignored. Order a aaek today If it does not please yon better than the floor you are sow using, purchase price will be refunded npon retara of partially need package mad BY His-tor- well-know- n HOLLID A YS The best of everything good to eat is always found at HOLLIDAY'S .n, I Nxt door I" !.. to Post Office. Phono 92 !.. Yaur PdroMis Mrnsttly llcllts "I yELCOME IKE lively Interest was manifested In tho camptlro last year that a most and enthusiastic season Is In prospect. Thero are many new girls, who already aro Interested this year, and tho Interest of those nlready en- who aro interested In tho welfare Uio boys aro Invited to bo prvaont. It li hoped that each of tho churches In town will bo represented by their pastor end by a good delegation of tho members. of JVERYBODY HAVE QOME AND LEAR WHAT WE HAVE SAY listed will bo deepened. Mrs. B. II. Itobcrts will bo present, Our own defects wo often prlte, and probably others who havo ho For they aro meilts In our eyes. signally helped will also bo on hand to further tho movement. Miss Hilda J FOR SALE In Welch Is expected to be back April, and to cooperate with hr Ono tract of land, seven acres, on Klro usual enthusiasm. Tho Camp hopes to wclcotno Mrs. VanWtnklo east sldo of railroad In Conway, Ky. and Mrs. Charles Burdctto as naw Ono good eight room dwelling built guardians. on modern style, known as tho Hunt property; finished In good stylo with summer kitchen, good well, gjoj burn, TO THE FRIENDS OF BOYS good garden, good atoro hcuso, 21x60 feet, and other out buildings. One A movement Is cn foot for estabgood four room cottngOasRoodasnow, lishing a Junior Y. M. C. A. tn Ko- well finished, about fifteen young rea for tho 08eclal benefit of tho fruit trees. I will sell for 13,2.0 on younger boys. easy terms. For further particulars A preliminary meeting w.ll b. h Id on or address tu at Conway, Ky at tho Pa-i- h House, Sunday aftcr-noo- n or U. S. Wyatt, IUtts. Ky. at 3:30. to which all pTonB d) KM. Hays. cll Dins-mor- well-know- 4 low-shoe- gun-meta- HELLO Cincinnati POLITE SERVICE AND PROMPT ATTENTION The ' Racket Store await you here every day yox are in want ot groceries. Good goods you re sure oi in more places than one ; but you don't want to stand around half an hour or so waiting 10 ue served ; don't want churlish, gruff attention when you are served. Dest articles we can buy, courtesy, promptness all are meted out to you here. see CLARKSTON LPR Plows, Disc Harrows and Farming Implements MAIN STKJCCT. near Bonk TILKPHONI NO. 40 CALLS "Had it made to order by one of the biggest tailor. the country you get the classy "Welcome home, old man-you- Ve looking fine. And say, where'd BOS suit?' Uo The Globe Tailoring Co. "Didn't know you wero in GncinnatT I her local dealer took my measure and I picked out the Kood9 from over 500 of the ever saw. llen in a few I. .Is. fii.t. "NJU.MolU,r Suit. I thought you'd like it" "Likcit? Sayl Who'a their local dealer?" Jv. aw-l- Palace Meat Market xA Grocery W. O. MOORE, at the Nicely Stand For all kinds of FEED and BREAD STUFFS, Potta' Flour and Meal in any quantity, Corn, Oats, Hay, Straw, Ship Stuff and Chicken Feed. We are able to furnish feed in car load lota. HAYES BEREA, C& - ii Coylt U. B. KOBKR.TS, Prefrietor. BuJMkig, Main St. Pheaa 37 "ftfe Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY I February 27, 1913. THE CITIZEN DUTY Patje iMve ' OLD IDEAS ARE IS FOR ALL rs. James P. Faulkner As Tho Cltlion Is going to press, and Mrs. Pitman cf Plncvlllo, Mrs. naws comes of tho dentil of Mrs. Itnnkln of Covington, Mrs. Young it Faulkner, tho bclcvcd wife of tho Knoxvlllo, Mm. Batner of Barbour-IMIto- r, vlllo and htr brother, Mr. Kdard Many hearts aro bowed with grief, Johnson of Pcnnlngtcn Gap, Virginia, wore present. for sho was sc lovable, no so ready to nharo In tho Joys nnd nor- Mildred Johnson becamo tho wife rows of others that many were tied j ot Faulkner nt Barbourvlllo In to her by tha cords of deop affection. i898 n,cjr to uerPa B3Vcral ' She mado every clrdo bright by her yoar8 aK0 whcn Mr Kaulkncr became prcuenco nnd even tho stronger felt connected with tho work of Horca tho charm of her personality, bo rich College. in friendliness, Mrs. Faulkner waa a successful Mrs. Faulkner gavo birth to a llttlo home-makaa every ono felt who girl two wockRngo. At first all aecmcd wa8 prlvltcgcd lQ that wen, aunougn hi ino mini sue waa lightful homo circle. Possessed of un r.tlll suffering from a prolonged at usual social Gifts, cf a cultivated mlnd, tack of lagrippc. Later, however, tor urigut nnd alert, with n deep nffee complications aroao from thla din- - tlonal nature, tho heart of her hus ease. Her condition becamo nrloua , bam, dollghted ,n hcr companloSshlp finally alarming. Her( brother-in-lawld hcr daughtor rt.Jolc(1(, , er do. ur. lianKlu 01 vovingion, wuu n voted 0ve. specialist of nlgn repute, came to The sympathy cf a largo circle cf Ikrea to consult with Dr. Cowley ago. friends Is with tho bereaved. and tbo Hospital fctaff a week Services held In IJcrca, conEverything that expert medical skill ducted by Itev. U. II. ltobcrts, and relief could dcvlso was deno for hcr Prof. Ralne. and sho mado a eplcndld fight for Tho Interment will tako placo tt life, but sho was to enter luto tho s, Darbourvlllo with appropriate greater, the larger, tbo better life. Thursday afternoon. B. Her sisters, Mlar, Mamyo Johnson, frL-ndlI WATCH PUSHED Schools Must Have ASIDE Contact EVERY CHILD SHOULD BE GATHERED INTO THE EMBRACING FOLD OF SUNDAY SCHOOL. hero all thy children?" (I 16:11.) How many children do you have? If you havn flrn boya between the agea of U and 18, four of them are not here. Four of thorn are out In tho world, out In tho wllderneaa of aln. At least, that la the proportion, and they aro cither your children or tbo chil- ENGLE'S BIG SALE We ore going to sell out. 2000 pairs of shoes below-cos250 suits at one half price. Groceries at a bargain, in fact everything in stock. t. With Activity of People, "WHY NOT TRAIN FOR LIFE?" Higher Oradai "A" Ham. inl THE SALE IS NOW ON R. J. and CHESTER. ENGLE COMMISSIONER'S SALE Art Mora Than Mere dren of other parents. Incubators For Embryo Lawyers. Who aro our children? Doctor, Teacher and Preachers. In Jeaio's ease It Included the whole Demaatio Seianca and Domeitlo Arta. family, adults as well as girls and boys. When God called Jeaao to sac- 1 8c lioo In will attract nnd hold the at- rifice unto the Jeaae took It for tention of (ho public It) projiortloii to granted that the entire family waa Intbelr rontncl with the cverydny life cluded, and acted accordingly, and nd activity of tin; people. Tlio old tven mado a mistake by leaving on lde- - of a IiIkIi bcIiooI heliiK nn lncul)fi at home, the one hn thought would not tor for embryo lawyers, doctor, tenrh-er- be mlaaed or needed, mid prciirher U being pushed Ood Includes all, and would we not aaldo. grieve If he left any out? If Ood The arhwil prtiple the rrnt, lire, thought some too large or too small, wide ankn achool people have aecn especially If they were our children? thin proposition clenrly for mouiu time, Ood would not say that Jesie and Ruth hut they have leen nfrnld of what the and Wllllo should go to Sabbath tencrnl public inlulit think. The pub- - school, but George and Jamea and bag Helmed that there wax some- - Mary aro too old. Our hair may mliool inn Ins out of gntr In allvcrcd, yet we are but children, ilnery, hut It wan nfrnld of whnt aa atudenta of Ood 'a word; children In tbe education eipert might any. And Christian life and aervlce. Old and ao the public and the school young we are all children of God, and have Iwn rwmiwIiik. to bo taught of God. Are here Itoja and gtrM welcome nny study need all thy children, both old and young, of everyday life and nctlv-tty- . great that taatn 'and small? Tho Ideal way and Tbe little Kir I In the lower grade the scriptural way Is tbe whole family I clothe her doll, make mother In public worship, and and tnruda them nnd conks wonderful tho the service of In whole the Sabbath dinner on a homeinnde Move of brick school. Andfamily then there are our neighout In the hack ynnl. Hbe keep bou--nchilplays ber part In a mimic world bor's children. Tbey are also our becatiae It la tbe only outlet for whnt dren In thla particular. We havo a ahe area of the nctlvltlca of tbe world responsibility concerning them. If we tn which ahe la eventunlly to tnkc her are our brother'a keeper, then we are place. Tho yearn allp by, nnd he la alao the keeper of our brother's chilready for tho blghacliool. Hbe mutt dren. There are a lot of spiritual put her doll nalde, nnd ahe enn no waifs all about us, children without longer with dignity cook on the brick religious homo training, example or The parable of the good atove In tbe hark yard. Her own feel- Influence. ing would prompt her tn go forwnnl Samaritan teaches us that our neighIn sewing, rooking and tbe other house- bor la any one In need that we can hold arta, hut alio la In n high hcIiooI help. These children of the streets In which no atirh courxo la offered, ao and of the homes of Irreligious or negabe loara an Intereat that bad been ligent parents are our children accordpart of her tlfn and development. If ing to the teachings of Christ. .They ahe happen to find audi a rotirac In aro our neighbors. They are In ncod, the high arhool the rhnnrr are tbnt and we have It In our power to help It la for a single erlod each day, and them. They are worse than sheep her credit earned forgrnduutlon would without a shepherd, They are tho little. Innocent, helpless lambs without a shepherd. Don't let us think we have no responsibility If we have no children. Don't let us think we have done our full duty If our own children are In the church and Sabbath school. Are here all thy children. In the large sense? our own children, large and iffl ?j)pfcfj small, and our neighbor's children, all that we are responsible for, all that wo can Influence and Instruct In 1 vL vICjMfJ ptrltual things? No Better Place for Children. If they aro not here, why not? Is It because of Indifference, or lack of Is It becauae we think like effort? Topsy, they will Juit grow up, without spiritual birth, training or Instruction? lan't tho Sabbath school Interesting? The addition of every scholar, old or young, will make, It morn Interesting, lan't It profitable? "Come, yo children, hearken unto me; I will teach you the Thla ta what we fear or tho sing and teach. Isn't that profitable? Can a better place be found for the A 1.1 VK II Kill SCHOOL. children? What good reason la there for our children not being here? David be greater for I.atln, (iermim or She I nnxioua to get full was keeping the sheep, and many tocredit for her latmr. o ahe take a day aro keeping children, or "staying topic for which lu ha no real liking by the stuff" In the backyard, baseIN OTIIKlt WOHIW. OUU 111(111 ment, garden, farm or field. It la 8CIIO0lS AUK PITTING A IMtK- - thought they are not needed and not miu.m uros worn; which has eapeclally wanted. Hut God la provida o 8, FREDERICK WRIGHT IN BEREA it Graat Student of Otology, and Chlaf Authority on the Antiquity of Man to Visit BeraaThls Week and Preach In College Chapel, Sunday Night. Prof. 0. Frederick Wright cf Obcrlln who Is tho author of many books on the evidences of Chrlstlunity, on Geology, and on antiquity ot man, Is to Hpend next Snturdny and Sunday in Ilcrca a tho guest of Pres. Frost. Dr. Wright was many years ago pastor of a church In Andovcr. Mass. And whllo thcro mudo discoveries In geological .wlcnco which mado him For famous throughout tho world. many years ho gave Instruction nt Obcrlln on tho relations of religion and uclcncc, nnd has recently retired on tho Carncglo foundation. Ho h one of tbo foremost scholars of America, and a very interesting speaker. Dr. Wright's younger brother, Wal- ter Wright, was for ten years a professor In Berea. Ho built and occupied what Is known as tho Wright House, now used by Dr. Ilobcrts. Dr. Wright l invited to preach, Sunday morning, at tbo Union church. SII.VKK CIIKKK lV HBMBj Silver Creek, Feb. 24. Miss Mabel JohnHon entertained qulto a number of her friends at hcr home last Monday night. They all report a fine time. Tho death angel visited tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Vaughn, last Wednesday morning, and took from them their llttlo boy. Ho was laid to rest In tho Berea cemetery. Next Saturday and Sunday aro tho regular meeting days at Silver Creek. Mrs. W. A. Johnscn spent Monday night with hcr son. Alfred, at Blue Lick. Mr. Curt Kcllcy who went to Ind-lafor his health Is Improving. Mr. Wllllo Kindred spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Myrtle Davis. Mr. Sam ltoblucon visited Mr. W. M. Andercon, Friday. Mrs. Mary Kindred spent Saturday evening with Mrs. C. T. Todd. Miss Magglo Anderson visited Mrs. Louis nnd Joceo Vaughn, Sunday. Mr. John Davis spent Sunday with his brother, Mr. Bill Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Jcsso Mooro and lltMr. tlo daughter, Geneva, visited and Mrs. O. K. Anderson, recently. ua math-emntl- ROMK MKNTAL AND CUI.TITUAL VALUR INSTnAD OK COMMON. IIOMi: VALUR At tbe Henderson high school tKith domvNtlr hcIciico nml doiiientlc art for jrlrla nnd tnaniinl training for hoy have Ikh-i- i given a very prominent place In the rourae of Httidy. Tho hcIiooI I year courxe. nnd n a Ihrt-fourth will ! lidded next September It I n four year coure that cull for crlml each duy In two the week. Hint renl. trong. helpful, prnctlcnl work may be iirmiiipllhfd. Too much of our school work liu been theory, nnd we mut have time enough for the prnctlcnl able of domestic science nnd nmutinl trnlnlng. Two year of tbl course, tho freshman nml the Junior year, arc used for aewltig, pattern making, designing nnd study of cloth nnd liuiterlnl of vn rloii Kind. It I tho nl id of till work to have n girl strong enough to design n garment or pint) a wardrobe ratlonnlly. to niter n pattern that dm- not. fit or suit ber. In n course of atuily of one period per duy 'hi would tm tii)MisHlhle. hut with eighty minute each day of her school year nt a sewing tnhle reiiltM enn lie gotten. In domestic Hclence tbe work I rath er out of the ordinary In tbnt It acem coinmnnplncfl and no ao thoroughly usable In the home life that most of us hnve to live 3115 day In the year. There I nothing that Ik fancy, hut n very great ileal about breads of vn rlona kind, yeast, baking powder. e forty-mlniilo ing himself from among them. He la providing futuro rulers, pastors, offWhat kind will icers and teachers. they bo? Tbnt depends largely upon us. Are here all thy children? Hero where they should be to receive the proper training for positions of honor and responsibility? Qod's House Makes Call. If they aro not hero where are they? What la tho alternative? What Is the substitute? Aro they at home? A good placo to be, ordinarily. Hut God'a houso la even a better place on his holy day. Are they visiting relatives and friends? A very good thing; to do on proper occasions. Hut It Is even better to visit with God, commune with him when he has asked It. Are they out walking for exercise and recreation? Very good also on proper Dut better to exercise on occasions. God's holy day In walking to God'a bouse. David afterward said: "I waa glad when they aald unto me, let ua go Into tho houso of tho Lord." These aro tho three best substitutes; homo, visiting, walking. Hut it does not stop thero. Next It Is thw public park, I I ma iiii.i. Big Hill, Feb. SiiVTho singing school, conducted by T. J. Cox and ilnughtor is progrctclng nicely nt this placo. 'Ilio HolluMs meeting near hero has cloned. Miss Lucy Hayea began a subscripschool tion school at Pilot Knob houso, Monday. Mrs. Julia Hayes strained hcr kneo badly which haa prevented her from walking for covoral days. Ilov. R. L. Ambicoe'8 baby Is sick. Mr. Jceslo Nccly Is on the sick I I pleasure resorts, excursions, baseball, anything, everything. And It Is usual, ly to the sorrow of both children and parents sooner or later. And here all thy children? Let ua make a greater effort to have all of them In tho Sabbath school, big and little, our own and our neighbor's. Fortunate are those parents who can say, "Hehold, I and the children whom the tho care of sink, refrlgerutor. etc Lord hath given me." United PresbyAa one goes through till high school terian. and hits the girl nt thla work there la Hie feeling that many of them are Otmands of Christian Paopla. to tie saved from tho dlsnppolntinenl are not Christian people of housckeep asking any brief and exact definition that come to most young or statement ot the relation of Christ Thflt'lfil work In Henderson appeal! to tho Eternal. But they are aaklng lb' tbe girls' li shown by the fact that that there be full and adequate comout of n total enrollment of 121 glrli prehension and expression of hi mise(ghty-Hvetaking domestic scl sion to the world, and a aense ot a nee or diiiuestle arta. grounding in the Infinite of the auIK POUND IN thority and power which be claimed "MAY. MANV-SUOKBW TH.STATK, IN,,TM NHXT to have to take away sin. The Pa n list. Llttlo Nora Brock man Is well ntter u neve.ro soro threat. Mrs. K. K. Brockman la nblo to bo out again after a spell of lagrlppo. Mrs. Bcsslo Lovct Is sick. JACK AND STALLION Mrs. Lou Moody visited Miss Lucy Hayes, Sunday evening. For salo, or exchange for other Mr. and Mrz. J. a. Harrison called to soo Mrs. Harrison's father and stock. Good Black Jack 15 bands, and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hayes, 6 years old; also Black Porchoron Stallion, 6 yearo old, both good Sunday evening. Karl Mocdy and his elstor, Mario, breedera. Will not let out on shares. Addrtsa J. W. Herndon, Berea, Ky. visited Ilco Abrarus, Sunday. W. T. Woodall's Heirs, Plaintiffs va. W. T. Woodall's Administrator. Etc., Defendants. Under and by vlrtuo cf a judgment and ordor of salo rendered at the Oct. Term of Madison Circuit Court, tho undersigned Master Commissioner of said Court will, on "Monday, Mar G SOW the gtobe, we reap the corn. 3, 1913, in front of tho Court House We build the liouio whera we may rest: door In Richmond, Ky nt 1 o'clock And then, at moments, auddenly, P. m., sell to tho highest and b:st Wa look up to the great wide iky. Inquiring- wherefore we were born bidder at Public Auction tho followFor earneit or for Jett? ing described property located In BeEX B. Browning. rea, Madl&on County, Ky.: Beginning at a stono cn tho West sldo of the DAINTY DISH FROM LITTLE BITS. road near tho L and N. Railroad TunWhen a large amount of bread has nel; thenco west to said Railroad right of way; thenco Northerly with been sliced, do not allow It to dry out, pack In a Jar and cover with a WHAT ARE THE BEREANS DOING? said Railroad right of way, 60 feet to but wrung waquite dry a stako; then Easterly a parallel cloththen place a plate out ot hot and over them ter, lino with tho South line thereof to the bread will keep fresh. Sandwiches n Rev, James Kly, a friend, In a at the peoples meeting In Phila tho County Road to the place ot be- may be made and served at luncheon or supper and are always a welcome delphia, last Sunday, stated that ginning. TERMS: Said property will be sold addition to the meal. thcro were moru than ten thousand If you have a bit of boiled frosting Phlladelphlana who spent Sunday on a credit of six months time the playing poker Instead of going to purchaser being required to executo left, add a few nuts and chopped rata-tn- a and drop on wafers. Bake In a church. Most of tho churches In Boria bond payable to the Commissioner, hot oven until brown. These are nice with lion retained to Bccuro tho payaro very well filled, but nn analysis with a salad. of tho congregation would show that ment of tho purchase money. Fondant left from French candles H. C. Rico, M. C. 'M. C. they aro largely filled with students will keep Indefinitely If kept In a covand teachers. A very large part cf ered dish, and may be melted over FARM FOR SALE resident Uertans aro net found In water and used for cake Icings. church; probably a larger number A few tablespoonfuls of preserves 80 acres of land on Richmond and than you would suppose on first may be used aa a garnish for fruit plko, 2 miles from Berea, salad, like pear or apple. Or It may thought. Suppose that all tha churches Kingston were to be filled with residents cf for sale. 8 room dwelling, good well be used as a Ailing for tarts, having tho town, omitting the students. Even orchard and all necessary out houses. more than onr kind to use up odd bits. then there would bo seating capacity Write, Ellhu Blcknell. A custard or chocolate Ice cream Berea, Ky., IL F. D. No. 1. for not much more than two thirds of may be used as a sauce for pudding It tho resident citizens. used within a short time. Tho Baptist Church was full last COMMISSIONER'S SALE Dainty pies may be made from leftSunday, but out of tho largo and very over pie crust In the form ot turnflattering congregation that greeted Matthew Bcllew's Heirs, Plaintiffs, overs, of which children are very fond, or baked in gem pans and made like Mr. Jacobus, how many wcro resi vs. uple. a grown-udents of tho town? It Is a question Matthew Boltew's Heirs and Take your convalescing friend a If one out of thrco could bo so class Defendants Creditors, Wash ed. This Is truo In large measure In Under and by virtue of a judgment baked' apple prepared thua: each of the Churches, that only a and order of sale rendered at tho and wipe tho apple but do not peel, scoop put the core with an apple small proportion of the congregation February Term, 1913, of tho Madison corar. beginning at the blossom end Is mado up of cltlxcus. Yet most of Circuit Court, in the above styled but do not make a hole way through tow n'8 peoplo aro members of ono tlon, the undersigned Master Com-o- r for the small well Is to hold a bit ot another church. They bellcvo In mlssloner of said Court will, on butter, a tablespoontul of sugar and a inoro or less: they bo- -' day, March 3, 1913, In front ot tho grating ot nutmeg or a bit ot lemon Ilevo In contributing to tho church, Courthouse door In Richmond, Ky at peel. Surround with water If the ap soino more, somo less. They bellevo 11 o'clock a. m., sell to tho highest ples are not juicy, and bake until thoroughly tender. Apples that do not a church-goin- g community Is doslr- - bidder at public auction tho follow-ablare yet how aro you going to have a lug described property: About 70 keepsotheir shape duringinbaking manthis not attractive baked church-goin- g community acres of land lying on tho waters of ner. unless the community go?s to church? You Walnut Meadow Fork of Silver Creek Left-ove- r icing or fondant, when mathink that It Is a good thing for tho and Paint Lick Creek In Madison king candy, the scrapings of the bowls, children to grew up with tho church- - County, Ky said land being bounded can be used to stuff dates. going habit? Would It not bo well by tho .lands of J. D. Goodloe, Miller, to sot them an example, better still, Mitchell, Templeton, Burnam and go with them? Tako that nlco look- - . West, Vaughn, etc. Ing daughter on your arm and 1H TERMS: Said land will bo sold on WOOD WANTED mother tako tho son, and the faml- - a credit of six months time, the ly go to the houso of worship. In purchaser being required to execute this way wo can havo a church-goin- g bond payablo to the Commissioner Tho Treasurer ot tho Collego la y community, not otherwise. In this with Hen retained to secure the now contracting for next year's wood Sunday beo:mco a day of up- - mcnt of tho purchaso money. Said supply. Persons having wood to sell lift rather than a day of loafing. You land will also bo sold subject to a will do woll to call at the offlco at gain in self respect, In power, In ful- - Mortgage of Berea College for tho an early dato and arrange for a conness of llfo by meeting for tho wor- - sum of J700 to run until April IS, tract. ship of-- God. B. la 1915, and tho purchaser to pay tho Tho price for good hardwood Interest Scnil Annually from October $2.00 per cord, DOUBLE HEADER (ad) IS, 1912, and at tho expiration of the Thos. J. Osborne. Mortgago to pay same. Tho farm Last Monday afternoon two moat , wntal for year 1913 PIANO FOR SALE InUirestlng games of basketball were g,ven fle88lon w,u purcha8er played by tho girls, Collego vs. Aca January A $400 piano for $300. It is practi1, lgH. demy, and tho Vocational vs. Normal. cally new and in first class condition. II. C. Rice, M. C. M. C. C. gamo between tho Collego and Tho Call Tho Cltlicn offlco for particu Academy teams was played hard, Col'(ad, lars. lego winning by a scoro of 6 to 3. BEREA MARKETS Tho lino up was as follows: Collego Buttor, 20o per pound. Academy "v Nancy Myers Eggs, 22c per dozen. F. Sarah Tcdford VEGETABLES Mary Garford V Maud Bowman Irish potatoes, 80c per bu. F Helen Dlzncy Sweet potatoes $1 per bu. a America Doyle Gettlo Bccm Cabbage, lHc per pound. G Bernlco Chaso Carrlo Marcum POULTRY: Bene Houser 7 Chickens, fryors, 7c per pound. Margaret Todd C Polly Fields Hens, 7c per pound. Roosters, Sc. Thcro Is to bo ono moro gamo FRUITS: between tho College and Academy bu A ww $l 00 girls, and this gamo will decldo tho hl, FOR SALE BY final victory. It will without a doubt FLOUR, MEAL, ETC. THE BEREA DRUG COMPANY bo an enthusiastic ono. Best grade flour,3.00 per cwt. Tho Vocational woro defeated by Price SO Cents Meal, 70c per bu. a scoro ot 11 to 3. It was a close Wheat bran, J 1.60 per hundred. Mail Orders Rtcelve Prompt Attention gamo. This Is tho first tlmo that Wheat, $1 per bushel. either ( team has played an open Corn 6O0 per bushel, gamo. 60 Oats, 65c per bushel. er, TT - wc-r- b.t-vlce- ssr-mo- p ac-o- e, 7lucu.7k pay-wa- FOR LUCK PLAT KV0 YEAH8-EXPERIENC- E hundred. to 60 por lb. Calves, 5 to 6c per pound. Hogs, ( to 6 c per pound. Sheep, I 4 to 3. 3 2 per ib. Lambs, 4 to 8c per pound. Hide, dry 15c per lb., green, -4 l-3-- Hay, 80c Cattle, 3 pr 10c. rr' ThlrtV Years Knife MakinK. 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U Page Six. THE CITIZEN. February 37, 1913. f SHIELD o the? MA JORJ) 'Copyright, 1t68, by J. PRESIDENT Llpplneett eempony. TO All BWri vraasW BBam&-- ' . right rmrvii I I TAFTS TOUCHING TRIBUTE MAJOR ARCHIBALD W. BUTT. ii Archibald W. Butt wee one af tha haroM of tha Titanic H waa Praaidant Taft'a military aid. After Jar Butt' death the praaidant, with teara in hla eyee and (altering veioe, made him the eubjeet ef ana el the meat heartfelt eulegiee ever preneuneed ever a gallant man, praiaing hla manhood, hia courage, hie leyalty, hla eelf aacrific. "Everybody knew Archie ae 'Arehle,'" eald tha praaidant. "1 eannat ge Inte a box at a theater, I eannat turn areund in my room, I eannet ga anywhere, without expecting to eae hie emiling face er te hear hia cheerful vale-Igreeting. The life ef the praaidant le rether leolated, and theae appainted te live with him ceme much oleeer te him than any one else. The bend le vary cloae, and it la difficult te apeak en euch en occasion. "Archie Butt'e character waa simple, atraightferward and Incapable ef Intrigue. A clear eeme ef humor light en ad hia life and these about him. Life waa not for him e troubled problem. He waa a aoldier, end, when he waa appointed te aarve under another, te that ether he rendered implicit leyalty. I never knew a man whe had ae much calf abnegation, ao much eelf eecriflce, ae Archie Butt "Occaaione like the einking ef the Titenie frequently develop unfereeeen tralta In man. It make them hereea when you don't expect It. But with Archie it waa juat ae natural far him te help thoae about him ae It waa for him to aak ma to permit him te do aemething for eome one for me. "He waa on the deck ef the Titenio exactly what he waa everywhere. He leevee a void with theae wha laved him, but the circumatancee ef hie going ere all that we would have had, and, while teara fill tha eyes and tha voice ia eheked, we ere felieiteted by the memory af what he waa." Bafere entering upon military life Mejer Butt diaplayed high, literary ability. Tha beat of hia atorlee le "Beth Idea ef the Shield," a aplendidly written romance ef love and war. many n pretty ankle was displayed SYNOPSIS night as toes were pointed and Palmer, n notion newspaper man. U that tent to Oenrgla to report social and Indus. courtesies made, and many a little love scene, too. went on that night, trh.1 rnmllllnns In a series of Irttera to hi papr Colonel Turpln. a outherner. but 1 was too busy with my own afthinks rainier I a lawyer and ha com fairs to watch what others did. mort-fac- e 10 foreclose the Turpln plantation' When ihe candles had burnt down and Mr Ijimh said Palmer urderelves him. and the colonel, to their sockets the band had struck, then began the thinking th.il Calmer a kinsman. Ingood nights, which lasted for another vite him to tie his miest at the Pine Palmer meet Ellen and Dud Turpln and half nn hour. The wagons were la hospitably rerelved brought round and the horses saddled, At length wo emerged on an open and soon the whole guy company slattknoll In the renter of wbleh wns nn ed like a cavalcade. Long after they old atone sundial covered with. Ivy We had left we could bear them singing formed a circle round tt, and Miss Kl through the pines. ten. letting en my h:tnd. stood on n step Dud saddled his horse and rode out by Its side and. calling one after mi night to think of some young into other by mime, bnde each lay hi or her girl, the I thought, but Miss Ellen said no; b.nnd on the bare surface of the mono sometimes when he became restwhere the Ivy bad been cut away and that would ride for hours and ic to make u wish. One looking on might less be torn always with a brighter have thought we were a band of se- and more cheerfully take up the heart burcret plotters taking the oath of allegl-anc- den of his life ngaln. When bade on a tomb It wan no Jesting matMiss Ellen good nlghr on the landing I ter. I could see. for each one In that held tbo tips of ber fingers for a mo- gay party approached the stone In siment. lence nnd reverence. The only sound "Tou are my queen tonlgntP I cried that brukn the stillness was that of earnestly it Ins Ellen's voice ns she called each She let me raise her fingers to ray name In turn. At last my name was lips ana looked down at me in a sno, called, a little more gently than the sweet way. Then, laughing softly and others. I thought, and Mist Ellen, see aoniebow, I felt, a little bitterly, she lng me approach, held up her band nnd sold: "Your queen of tonight will be your motioned me to stop. "And now. Mr I'altner." I heard her cook again tomorrow." Ilefore I could reach her side, for my laying. "as a stranger to the wishing stolie It behiinves J on to iipproucb It Impulse wns to throw myself at her reverently There Is no reifon to tell feet and pour out my love to her, ahe the others this, for they know the glided swiftly up the stairs Within the next week I received a legend iinu its wret ctinrms. tint to you. who know It not and who come us copy of the paier with my letter In It a stranger to It. tempt not Its nnger by prominently placed on the first pagp. der'dllu.-- It. even In your thoughts, or and n note In the same mall from the Its linlilTerence nv wishing fur what editor congratulating uie on the excel of It, lie told me to send one or Is lniHisshle It wns nt this stone that my grent great grandfather wished for Ilence more from Georgia and then to push on nnd write up the bayou conn his bnile. nnd In less thiin a fortnight lie liked the dln the) were wed He eli(ins1 ni Mini ties In Louisiana logues nnd suggested that I give morp to seek Ibis) spot before wooing the worend Interviews with the farmers. men of their choice, and It la a strange my letter In print, nnd It again struck i our family who have me fatality that all that I had not made It clear to my Sot done so have gone to their gnivea conservative readers that It was to the tmloved old bachelors and the women sons of the nnteliellum, slareholdltig who have derided II as old maids. Of families thaf the south hud to look for later years It has become the custom Its regeneration nnd renewed prosper for lovesick youths and mnldeus In the Ity: that It wns this element which town and county to seek It out and lest I was rebuilding the fortunes In that Its charm, utid many a bappy borne section nnd not the few men from the Owes more than we may Imagine to the north who had gone there to Invest legend which clings ubout this Ivy col- money. If I dared to draw a picture The moment has arrived . of the Hnds and the Ellens of the ored dial I when you can test Its power too." south how the people of the old com Already I had become a tlrm believer monwealth would read the future uf In the wishing stone. Laying my hand this sunny land and appreciate the on It and looking Into the lovely eyes struggle of Its younger generation to Of Ellen. made my wish and added overcome the obstacles which they bad a prayer that It might tlnd favor with Inherited In consequence of wnr' A tine Mnse of houur hud kept me the fates. Afler I bud finished we Joined hands again nnd made three from imi Icing use of the life at the Circles uroiiud the stone. Then all Pines ns a Ikiss for a letter, but I to luiigh, and some one started up longed to handle the subject ns I saw It and to make others see It through the rollicking chorus my eyes and appreciate Its beauty. Tla love. "tl love. go round Shut In my room away from the InfluTt love that makes tha world All Joined in save Miss Ellen and me. ence of Miss Ellen, of Hud and even for we strolled back somewhat slower of the colonel, I argued that such a than the others. letter could do no hiirin nnd might In"What did you wish?' I asked, but duce lo much good I do not hide from abe only shook ber bead and said she myself even now Hint there was with could not tell. me s certain satisfaction In pleasing I got no fur"1 wished that you" those In the home office, nor did I con ther, for she gave a startled cry that real from myself then the additional Checked mu before I could finish the preMlge such a letter might give me sentence. with my critics. The editor had com." "Don't-o- b. don't!" ahe said. "You pllnietiteft me on the first letter What are already said too much. I ought would lie not do when he received one to have told yuu not to tell your wish, written with a pen guided by love nnri for If you do the fates become perverse every word of It poured from the and mock you. If you even bint of heart? It Mls Ellen loved me. I ar what you have asked In secret some- gtied. she would only rejoice with me thing will buppen to mar Its complete over my success And then. too. she I am sorry you soke might not see It This last thought fulfillment. about It at all," and 1 thought ber face brought a Dliisfi to in? cheek, and I grew a little paler. started up. determined to show ner 1 dared not speak again, and we my letiei and tell bet what I contetu walked on In silence and Joined the plated doing others in the old oaken dining room, What evil genius led me to change air. Lamb asked the blessing, nnd the By mind I du nut know. It might glrla sat down, while the men waited have been the fates or the wishing n them and brought them super atone whom I bud angered by partial, Had confided After a merry hour we danced again, ly revealing the secret and the Incident of the wishing stone to them. Hut at the lime I was pleased was soon forgotten In the frolic or the to think II was a confidence I bad no Miss Ellen led this right to give her until I bud told her Old Virginia reel old fashioned, dance with me. and ef jnjrjove. Then, too IfJUJ"" J?" I I e 1 I 1 I 1 Mjr Ma as jealous of ilie' fulfill) honor as Hud or even the colonel himself, saw no Impropriety in making use of tbelr heroic struggle with misfortunes, surely there could be none. I thought When I should have told her of my love, together we would talk over these bard times, and together we would resd my description of them and laugh over it. or os.slbly cry. tor It was the pathos of- the life at the Plues which I saw and not the humor. When a woman loves she always understands. I sa I lo myself, but I did not know then How sensitive these old - families had become of criticism nor how deeply they felt their changed conditions. I bad only seen their fortitude nnd bravery, for they would have thought It beneath them to complain of their H)verty to others. On less I wrote some aurb letter, which would afford me a reasonable excuse for remaining another fortnight at the Pines. I would have to leave in a dny or two at the longest for the suggestion of the managing editor was nothing less than a politely worded or- der. Cajoling 1 myself Into this belief. hesitated no longer. of. I I , . I I made up. I write such as 1 bud not known since the ilrst days of my career In Journalism Taking out my writing pad and throwing myself across the bed. I wrote with on enthusiasm I bod selIf one tins not felt dom experienced. this feverish desire to write he or she cannot appreciate the feelings which prompted me to hold up every detail as I saw It utid to lend It color where Loving Miss color might be lacking Ellen with a passion that absorUtl me then. I described her us n holy priest might pulut the Madonna whom he and with the accuracy worshiped with which the artist might put upon the canvas the features of his wire aud children. My blood ran more rapidly through my veins us I sketched Miss Ellen In bold relief nnd us fulthlnlly described her honest father nnd manly brother The uamcs and the locilllty were concealed, but not more effectually than the artist might hide the uaiue of the mother mislel who sat for the One who bud known the artist und his model would see lu the wrap of the Madonna a shawl the wife bad worn for u score of years tn the humble neighborhood aud in the In font Christ the Idealized features of When describing the model's child , Miss Ellen nnd her family I tell In-left nothing, spired und upllffed and out which I thought would enhance the letter us a picture When I hud llnlshcd It I reud It over cnrefully. nlterlng not a line, even adding here und there a sentence which would lend one more bit or color lo the wtiole. With this letter I sent a note to the editor telllug blni that I would remain In the vicinity or Oglethorpe another fortnight uuless he wrote me I said there was to the contrary much more material alsiut Ogletbore which I thought could Iw used to So highly did I think of what I had written that I felt reason-ablcertain he would make no objections to my plans, und lu another two weeks I hoped to tiave secured Mlsa Elleu's consent, to become my wife. She seemed to know by Intuition what was In my heart and what I had a mind to do, for she avoided being atone with me, and whenever we would walk after that she would ssk Hud to go with us. There wns u gen y My mind once was seized with u fever to lng her or it wllh my eyes nnd liy fhe ttrft. Once t nsked her to let nie stlent way I would watch her when to her. If only for a minute, ahe would work Squire Hawkins "I ntn not "Not yet." she snld. I came again one evening, hut she did worthy "of your kindly thoughts. not wnlkiwlth hltn, nnd once when wish yon could forget inc." Itml got up to leave I saw her lay her Evrj jflr now j Wm expecting a hand ever so gently on his sleeve, tetter from my paper ordering me to which wns sulllclent to have kept hltn leave Oglethorpe. Each morning I In his seat nil night long had she wish. moi to the postotllre n If to inert my cd Itfata fcilfwny. I wns In nn agony of One morning she received a letter nt etiatrtiisc. I resolved thnt If my orders the breakfast table, nnd after nnnlng tntne before I hnd renrhed some tin It nnd glnnrlng at the signature she dtrsfnndlng with Miss Ellen to resign slipped It in her licit, nnd when break- - my post and rrtnnln In the vicinity of fast wns over she went quletlv out of the Pines until I hnd either won her the mom. nnd I did not see her ngnln for my wife or else forced her lo de For several days. In fnct. dare herself engngrd to Hqulre Hnwthnt day she n voided me altogether, nnd I he- - kins. I nprcr believed thai she scrl came wretched In the thought thnt I ously considered sttrh n step until shp hnd been mistaken after nil: thnt she aid told me to forget hrr. Even then enred unfiling more for me thnn she 1 would not despnlr. but I was re did for any one else, even Squire llnw- - jeolved thnt If she thought me poor ah" kins. ahould continue to think me stirh until In fnct. I wns not so very sure nbout n' u!,a oecotne my nfllnnccd bride. I the squire. I heard (hat he was the '7 believed her capable of marrying richest planter In the mnnty and hnd the squire for the snke of lifting the the proud distinction of owning the mortgage nnd freeing Hud from the only plantation which was not enoum drudgery thnt wns tolling on his henlth hered with n tnortgnge lie wns nn and. whnt wns worse, breaking his old friend of tt)e family, nnd Hint liked spirit. Por herself she did not think him. nnd Miss r.ileti herself did not It was for the others. It hnd nlwnys others. I had reason to seem to have iinvthlng ngnlnsf him. 2 r"rn ror might he n p.nis-- r for all she knew, think thnt In the mnttrr of worldly wan I"'' "lnl of the squire. nnd so I told mvself. but on thinking UM of tnl" ' T,'"Jr It over In my room nt nlctit I tsinmo i 1,111 h"' ronvlnccd that Mis. Ellen would never ,,c"p 'h"' 11 w"ld have militated marry save where she loved, and thnt agnlnst me. for she would not sell her hp did not love the squire I could self to the man she loved, while she might anrrlflce herself to one whom rnve sworn. n um1 re la she regarded almost CHAPTER VI. tlve. I resolved to aland mv crouni! The Scorn of Elian. S the days slipped by she tx- - and tight eery Inch of It with Squire' cntue more like her former llnw kins, utid I was equally determln self, nnd one afternoon when ed to tell my love at the curliest moment, ao that there could be no misIt was raining she consented to play a game of billiards with me. take ns to my Intentions. The opportunity came sooner than 1 Suddenly she stopped, nnd as I watchthought, ror, the next dny being damp ed ber I thought her face icrccptlhly e remained Indoors, Hud paled. A moment Infer there was the and chilly. sound of horse's hoofs on the gravel, alone being forced to fact; the rain. Mrs. Turpln had gone Info the kitchen and we heard some one alight "Come. Air. Calmer; I ntn beating to get wuriu. she snld. for the sitting you." she said, with an attempt at room was damp nnd bad for rheumagayety which wns but xorly assumed. tism. I was only waiting for the colo"It Is your shot, and you stand there nel to go for his afternoon nap to epenk whnt wn tn my mind to Mlsa dreaming." Just then Pickaninny Sam camo In Ellen. Presently she looked up from a to fell Miss Ellen thnt the squire wns book she was reading and said: "Father, there wns another of tboa In the parlor. She seemed Irrcanlnto letters copied In the Augusta papvr for a moment, nnd then her face hard as I had never seen It be- yestcnlny As I heard her words my henrt seem- fore. She laid down her cue and startI ed to leave the room without a word. ed to cease pulsntlon. hnd never The blood flew to my face and hot known' thnt they hnd seen these letword' to my tongue; but. restraining ters, for they had nut spoken of them I before, rlw1 nrnhnlilr Imtiii fhie rlt.l nnl mvsilf ns lwst mulil Miss Ellen. If that man has dared wnnt me to see them. My face grew to force his attentions ou you or to an- ecarlrt. and I wns thankful that Uie . , noy you" room wns gloomy and dark. "Yes. Ellen." he said, "even en mo nf . She bade me hush. "Squire Hawkins is nil that is kind and good." she our own people laugh nt us when they ' snld. "Ills only wish Is to serve me get rich, so we can't expect our eneand my family. You must any noth- mies to do less. Have you got the pa- . ing against him In iny presence. Mr. per, my dear? I hnd to laugh over thnt Palmer." last description of what we bad come "That man wants lo force you Into to. It was very, very funny." mnrrylng him. Miss Ellen. Tls out- Funnv! Oh. fnther m think n.- -t you can see anything tunny In such misery ns he depleted! The writer docs not see with the eves of a gentle man or else he Is blinded by prejudice ' or prosiKTlty. How I should loathe to i be such a man! I did not wnnt you to I see this Inst letter, father, so I burnt tbo pnier. It was too true, too true!" ahe cried, and I saw her eyes Oil with ack 1Teii now It jiitirself FniifcssMi It Aud I seems too horrible to believe stopped speaking to my best friend merely because she half playfully sug. nested that II might lie yuu " She said this moru to herself than to me "Why did you not tell this in me before," I suld. "nnd I would have "Why did I not tell yotit" she nsked, "lie- her voice breaking with nngulsh ! cause I thought you were n gentleman nnd you were our guest It would have been nn Insult to have mentioned It. n Such n suggestion would have reflection on hltn you ridiculed und on uie. whom yon would have made believe yuu loved had you durrd lu sfteuk the lie upon your lips." "Loc youl" I cried, "I would die for on!" "It I the only wny yon could ever yrnvc It now," she snld. "Ob," she "If you hnd only leveled your ridicule at me nlnne! Hut father. Hsir aid fnther! I am glnd he will not see thnt Inst letter He would hnrdly think thnt one funny." She looked nt me. nnd her eyes suddenly seemed to blnxe with scorn nnd contempt. "Yes, I see It ill now, nnd the wonIt wns der Is I did not see It he whom you decrlloil ns n broken down nrlstocrnt who desennted no (Killtlcs nnd wrote pieces to the sper telling the president hnw to run government, It wns mother wlmdresi ed In woruotit velvet gown and sat I stale nt the dlnnvr hrr daughter bad Is-e- n e I '"' 1 'eTJe i P. I 1 1 nnd tt wns I who rooked the nnd plnycd sonatas and noc turnes fur the amusement of our guests. Cod, why did I not see you as you were? Yes, and these are the bauds," she cried In nngulsh uud scorn, holding them toward me that I might see them, "that have cooked your minis for the past four weeks, aud these are the same hnuds that played for you while you smoked your pipe and hrnrd father descant on political How (MHir and mlscrnhlc we must bare seemed lo you! AM that I could have forgiven, but you dared to noil my skin with your kisses They will burn deep here," she snld, xilnllng to her Angers, "long nfter your Ingratitude has been forgotten " "Ellen, fur Cod's snke have pity!" I crlei1- - "' ,mre '" w'r-ty as If It were my own. I am rich -- I never told this to you before and I frit thnt the only use of my wealth In the f ii tun would be to relieve I he bur- ,OTe- lMn nign- t"rl" or lw T,'r' n"'rnoin- -l was going to n"k lo n'J w,f. whh wl"'. dinner l"Kl I"' er would have been mine also. It was this very overty nnd the fortitude with which you bore It thnt hnveiundo me love you. After you spoke this afternoon I could not tell you nf my love until I hnd confessed first that I was me siittior or uie letters wnirlj wound n,n Klml numlllntlon. ""t yo" Jour miner, moiner and linuti '""' I ,,M'I,T-I I f" "P"ed me that can never forgive baV ,n ' for MnB hi tur piuriiiiiK tor iiiinii sircu uru uut to lift us from this degradation." "Squire Hawkins." I said In bitter y"r """P""' my last nesj. tears. I She laid ber txxik aside and went to the window to mend n rent in the Ince curtnln. but I thought more to hide her feelings from us. "The writer docs not see with the eyes of a gen- tlcmnn." With Hint one sentence she hod shattered fo pieces every nrgu- ment I had used tn myself that day In the room. She had not made use of any choice rhetoric, such as I hnd nsed fo dcscrllie her, nor did she study y j the effect of her phrasing, but with one natural sentence, spoken from the heart, she seemed to paint me as I was or ns she would always think of me after this. I realized how far my ( ambition hnd carried mc nnd hnw low my literary Instincts, ns I hnd thought them then, had sunk me. In the re action I' saw myself as others would I ' "Miit Ellen, rngeousT 1 if that man haa dared to annoy you" auger. "Ho f Hi her." cried, besldo myself with U old enough to be your She smiled sndly and said. "Almost old enough to be my grandfather." "Surely uny fate Is better than that. Such n sacrifice would be shameful. If you must sacrlllce yourself at nil let r.ie- "Slie put a stop to my passionate words, niid before the mule appeul in ber c)cs 1 Ntood silent "1 am going. Mr. Palmer, In my room lu any agony of ed to or would Hud some excuse to rni-'oand In the Inuellness of that leave me with u half finished sentence gr-half emptied chamber Lrrted to on my lips. The Cod to prevent such a sacrilege I soon saw too plainly thnt she did one afler speak to her of love, octt day nnd even the next not want me to UHt i never saw tier, nluno for a mo- (hough slje, could, not preveutjiyr tell Ht. tie dignity alsiut ber dirlng these last few duys whhh kept me at a distance, and If I paid her u compliment she would show annoyance, and when our conversation would liecome personal lo Its nature she would reiuemlicr that she hud left something unattend- t'ld J mind. I have n question to solve which no one In tbo world ran help me to answer, and If I could not solve It without assistance 1 would be unworthy of llio regard or friendship of nny rann. No." she added, for I had open, ed my lips to spenk ngnln the words of love that rose to them. "If you value my good opltilou. be silent" -Mlsa Ellen." I half whispered, "do yon inow how It will endT -- I not, Mr. Palmer." and she left i nia r prey to doubts that seemed lo tear tny soul asunder. When a woman hesltutes I thought It always means yes and hnd she not told me herself IliPl she did not know how It would ask you not to jour s'uk and 1 must what may be lu I spent the remainder of the aft. r. I liellevivl hnd sacrificed her for some tern- porary advantage In my profession And I hnd fancied thnt she would miuersiauu, lorgciiiug iiibi ner scale ni honor and truth was an far above mine as heaven Is above earth. In the si lence that followed I suffered n life-time of ordinary htimlllntlnn. To be unknown nnd )ct denounced was like being nlone with truth. My Identity should be hid no longer, nnd I resolved to tell her that It was I she bad dc nounccd. As low ns I seemed ut thnt moment. I wns not m low as to take her hnud until I had confessed nil. The past month rose before me, nnd I asked myself If I was Indeed n gen tlemnn measured from their stand' point At nny rate, I could not remain one and be silent, The colonel crossed the room nnd passed nut Into the hull. I got up nnd stood leaning on the back of the chulr In which I had been sifting. "Miss Ellen." I said. "I have something luiHirtnnl to sny to you It Is not what you think," for n pained expression came Into her face "It Is a confession I have to make." "Yea, Mr Palmer," she snld nnd turned from the window to face me. Tho sun hnd come from behind n bunk of clouds and crimsoned Hie checkered panes of gluss, and her hair, catching the rays that Mltcrcd through them, f Mined her In n halo nnd to me gave her the uppeurunce of u saint Her face was pale, und her lung eyelashes were frlugcd with teurs. "Miss Ellen." suld softly. "If was I who wrote those letters" For n moment she did nnl speak, sho did her voice seemed passion less. "Then It was you. after nil." was what she said "I bad refused to en tcrtalothe luuught eveu until you aeo me. nnd In mv remnrso thnt 1 I - nnd-whe- "Don't touch mal" "Yes. Sqtiltp Hawkins, whom yon .would have Insulted us you have us. And to think, that Just because I had listened to hltn I Mlevcd myself unworthy of your love! You must me now." she added In cutting tones, "for I must go to prepare your I dinner. stipfKise there will be ono less to provide for tomorrow!" She started to leave the room, but I stood In from of her. "No. I will not go. You do not un dcrstund. It wiih with love welling In my heart that I wrote thnt last letter. I had been ordered home, and I wrolo that letter Unit I might stay another fortnight. Afler you hid promised to be my wife I would have to'd you all. nm! together we would have read It. nnd In the rlcl ss of the future we would huve laughed over II together. I will stiiy uud No. I will not go tell Uud uud the colonel. They will understand and pleud for me. And If von love nn?" (Continued next week.) i. P Look up and uot down, forward and not buck, out and not in, lend hand. Edward Everett Halo. fWMvf (w- - February 27, iQi 3 . THE CITIZEN Page Seven cultivate corn late. Farm otf Garden MANURE Help SPREADER'S Do WORTH. le Method I purchiued a When I wo years manure aprcmlcr nrlclihora laughed nl me anil an Id I couhl mil uxe It on my hill farm, nya a corrvapotidcnt of the Country (icntlcmiin Since llic-- luive seen It work, however, und observed all of ttiem the reaulta from It bare ImjiikIiI aprcuilcra fur Itii'lr own farms. I regard thin na the moat and economical piece of machinery on my farm. My ciH'rlonrc with It louche mo ture ttint It Ik far coaler to tin ill I lie manure The practice of leaving the mlddlej oat every day than to follow ihi old einoxed with a deep furrow ahould be cnrefully nrnldcd The entire row ahould lie mulched, nnd the laud ahould be aa nenrly level na pomdhle. Keep up the mulch until your corn la In reflating cars." Teiaa Farm ana Awsy With Waittful of Piling Forlllitar. ao la Harrow at Adjuitsbt Width. The mistake la tin often made of "laying; by" corn too curly. Our ex perlence haa tiumlit ua Unit II pays It l hlcliiy to cultlriite corn lute llnMirtniit to conserve the aoll nml- Weed ture by ahallnw cultlvntlon ahould not be nllinvcil to rob tlio pliintw of noiirlHtinieiit. nor xlimnd work In cilltlvutliiK tnll corn ileter ua from keeping up tlllncu. If you hnve nerer tried lato cultlvn Hon Klre It a trtnl thla year. The beat Implement for tilling corn Inte la a harrow which mny Ik- - ad- Thla ahould hnre JuMed In width handlea a nil be oporiited cnrefully to amid disturbing the rtmta of the Use one gentle liorae and plnnts. run one time between two rowa Thl dextmya weeds Hint make their an effective nnd leave appenriim-diiKt mulch to reduce lma In aoll tunla Deit Implamtnl to Ui INTENSIVE FARMING Conducted by FRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M.S. Instructor In SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Animil Hasbandry, and Special Investigator BOYS' AND GIRLS' CLUBS Kvcryono haa heard of tho boys' corn clubs, and of the greatly Increased yields of corn tho hoys aocuro when they fol.ow ucUu tlona. Thla work haa been carried tn successfully In Kentucky for yean. Tlio boy who won tho stalo prlzo this year raised 145 bushels of corn on a fraction less than un acre. Several boys In Madison and surrounding counties bavo b:cn In th) clubs before this year but not as many as should bo. Tho prospects aro bright for good club work this coming season as thcro Demont.attr Is now a Government located at Ucrca to visit tho boya occasionally and help over the haid places. A club Is already oran i.d t Dig Hill and wo can look after several others In Madison, Jackson and Rockcastlo Countl.a w.Uiin a radius of 15 mil's of Ucrca. GIRLS' GARDEN AND Berea's Vocational Schools, money-earnin- ful things tho boys and girls doing. MEN'S CORN CLUB are Training that adds to your general education. g power, combiacd with FOR YOUNO MBN Agriculture, Carpentry Printing, Commercial. FOR YOUNO LADIKS HomeSclence, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. lunch. FARM TALK IN RIME. If the aoll will bubble II will end your t rouble. clover ther- elul ;; J Tho boys havo usually moro than uoublod tho yield of corn In all parts of tho country and thcro la now a call coming from tho men to ralso corn by tho same methods tho boya follow. Tho dovorntnent la now propar-ito furnish Instructions to ovcry man who will agreo to ralso flvo or ten acres or more according to Instructions. Wo want about 20 such nion within 1G miles of Uerca, and any who ara lntcrosted can sco me in tho Industrial Uulldlug at Ilerca College any ovonlng at 3 o'clock, and wo will plan for tho work. It Is a good tlmo now to test your seed corn. Como In and sco how It Is done. A testing box will soon bo on exhibition In ono of tho store CANNIN6 windows. CORN 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School combined, with Ocnoral Education for those not far advanced, soma vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others llko yourself and give chance for most rapid progress. 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course; For thoM who are not expecting to teaih and who are not going through College, but deelro moro general education. This la Just tho thing for those pro paring tor medical studies or other professions without a college oourso. it also gives tho best general educatlou for thoao who wish a good start In study and. expect to carry It on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School CLUBS , SH0W Tills gives the very best training for those who expect .to teach. Couraca aro so arranged that young pcoplo can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and. spring, thus earning money to keep right on In their course ot study. Read Dlnamoxo'o great book, "How to Teach a District School." , l.tMMHt.M..r GOOD FOR Itiotoarapb by Unlttd States department of agriculture. Tako wealth from air. -J- oaeph K. Wins In llreeder! Oa. fella. T GRAFTERS. WArrircL method or aionma MAKOnt. practice of throwing It out In a pile. tpnvder When the manure la applied with a It la put on uniformly, and all Med porta of the l nre ojunlly When t tie manure wan dumped In pile It frequently tiupivneri that the work of spreading WHa poatputicd for some time, and the rvult waa that mucb of of the manure the fertilising ponrt-rleached out or were loat through fer th-ltc a mentation Tlif manure aprrader aarea not only the plant fond cleineuta lu the manure, hut alo time and labor, aline the work la done all at one time II dora two rery ImiMirtanl thing and doe them well It IhorouKhly pulrertien tbe ma nitre, uo mailer bow ronrve. and dla- e tlitiutfM It finely and evenly In a form In which It run at oix-- do Ita work Hectiiliigly mauy fanners have more manure than they want, and Inxtead of prizing It aa n menna of ItirrenaliiK thrlr cro they look upon It na a mil an lire lu In- - KOt lid of wllb the least poMxIhle labor If farruera would only sire tbe prender a trial and carefully ohaerve the irood It doea they would never be wlilioul one. When stable and barnyard manure la applied by iikIiir the preoder the effect on tnradowa and other cropa la much better thnn when K la spread with a fork. The Increna-e- d rraulla will frequently pay for the tnarhlne In one year llanure ahould not be allowed to lie ootaldv the ham rery long, for It will loae much of IU ralue. In order to get tbe moat out or It aa a aoll fertilizer It abould aa aoon at made tie hauled out on to the field and spread No farmer can afford to allow manure to waate when hla aoll needa It badly. I keep a ureal many bena and hare a cooalderanle amount of ben manure, for dlNtribullns thla the spreader l excellent, and for thla purpose. If for A Do other. I ahould hare one. preader will pay for Itaeif In a abort time. Not th Political Kind, but th Men Who Cultivate Fruit Orchards. Never ue n atraitpbt edged grafting knife like thone for anle In store. 1 In re one miidc of beat steel with a curved edge tux! keep the edge ground sluirp. The knife (uirt Nhould be nttout three Inehea lung and the edge ao curved thill eiuh end should muke a clrnn rut lu tuirk nnd wood about of mi Inch nhend of the center of the knife. Many limbs are croa gnilnwl A atntlght edgeil knife almply folluWM the gruln. tearing the bark, or. rut tier, the burk will tie split or lorn atmlght down, while the wood la apllt off ftldcuiiy-4- . unikliig a cleft In which no nclon ciiu go und hnve the the graft two greet) bnrka togvther-B- o A ahurp curved edge will not live cntM IniIIi aldea of atub. ImrU and wood clenr down, nnd tbe center of edge follow down, making a cleun split cleft. AlvtH.rn cut hi Win thicker on one aide than the oilier, ulth a good lire bud at tbe top of the cut un tblckcKt edge. Hot thla thick edge nlwtija toward out hide of htub. Korce tho cleft wide vnoiiKh with the wedge on your gruft- three-quarter- a Wo cannot llvo on corn alone. Fni'.t Somo tlmo next fall, about Novemand vogctobUa aro oven nioro essen- ber 1st, wo aro gclng to havo a big tial for good health. So girls' garden corn and garden show In Derea where and canning clubs aro now being all tho boys and girla w.ll bring everywhere. One lltt.e 1,1.1 In tho best thoy havo raised during In Kentucky ra.scd and canned 5101 tho season and many prizes will bo worth of tomatoes from ono tenth of offered. Prizes worth whilo too. Wo an aero of ground last yoar. will have as big a crowd lnBorcaos Tho pcoplo of Ulg Hill havo alsJ comes on Commencement day If tho organized a garden and canning club. boya and girls all take hold and help Several girls from other neighborSEED OATS hoods havo sent In their nanus for 5th Door 6th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College and provides standard This Is tho straight road to College best training la Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory 'subjects. The Academy Is now Berea's largest department. This is tho crown ot tho wholo Institution, courses la all advanced subjects- - Questions Answered DEREA, FRluNU OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with Ua affiliated schorls, Is not a money-makin- g Institution. It requires oertals fees, but It ei ponds many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of Its students, g.vlng highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as potslblo for students to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMI LY, with careful regulations to protect the charaetor aud reputation ot the young people. Our students come from the boat families and are earnest to do well end Improve. For any who may bo sick tho College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except In winter it Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of thelrexpen-aes- . Write to the Secretary before coming; to aecure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES tor clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clotbiug. Our climate is the beat, but as students must attend classes regardless ot the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below coat. Tin College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding aud towels. For table board, without coffwe or extras, $1.35 a week. In the fall, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and ! returned when the student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hosoital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; la Academy and Normal JC.O0 ana $7.00 la Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by tbe half term. Installments ore as follows; WINTER TERM VOCATIONAL AND SCHOOLS FOUNDATION ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLLEGE membership. (Jills years old may Join. Have you bought your seed Mta Any girl wishing to Join may come yet? If not I would like to havo you and soc mo or send In your namo talk to mo or Mr. Jchn Welch ab.ut on a postal card and wo will all havo Hurt oats, a variety that docs much coma meeting In a few weeks and talk better In this county than tho Howling mon northern whlto cats. Th so oats I over. Dr. Mutchlor of as the Green, Ky., statd leader of tho club also make much hotter work will probably be with us atid blades and stem do not diy up t'll after the grain Is fully ripe. show lantern pictures of tho wonder from. 10 to IS fd . i I OOOU OHAKTINO CIIIHtU (from In th American Agricultural A ter little farm well tilled ta bet' than broad acre to tie Knrmera grown up In weeds. are toning millions every year trying to cultivate too much land Try fewer acre belter cul tlvated as a Byproduct. from Mlxaotin are In tereatlng aa ahowlng tho amounta real Ized In that atato In a single year through the sale of fenthem. 1ihor Commlaaloner Auntln W tiigga In the red book for 101 gives complete tig urea for tbe feather an lea of 1U10 and ahnwa that this "byproduct of tbe poultry yard" baa been an Important factor tn enabling lllaaourl to retain her title aa "poultry queen of the Union." Hla figure abow that In 1(110 or festbers were mid. 1AWU.107 pound which brought S&sJ.'iU.-lo- wa 1 Fthr Uite reports will slip easily until the hud at top or cut and on thick edge of wion I about half an Have both Inch below top of stub clout (one on each aide of ntubi Just alike Then drive out grafting knife with s sharp nip un underside between knife edge mid wedge. If acluns bHva been proierly net ami stub properly pllt tbe green Inner bark or cambium isyer on aclou nnd stalk will now be exactly matched hiiiI tbe cleft In stub will be prcMMlng hurdet on the jrreen bark or thickest pnrt of wlon. The scions, while not tielng squeezed hard enough to amafb them, will be tlrtnly held In Now. with ball of wot In left band work off MtiiMlt portion from tin with thumb nnd tlrxt two lingers of right band and begin ut lowct end of one crack on stub, spread wax quickly with two or three motion up to lop of ituli. around acton, covering well the bud; then acro-the crack In atub around cloti No. 'i and over lower bud aud on down to end of crack on other tilde of mull, ir wax ta made right It ought not to hreuk from beginning to end of procews of wnxlng a atub and The whole procesa can be dune scion In n few aeconda with two or three cuotlona. American Agriculturist. Ing knife ao the acloti Incidental Fee Room Board 6 weeks $ 6.00 6.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $ C00 7 JO 9.00 $22.30 9.00 $ 7.00 740 8.00 plo. ULYSSES O., lu 1822 ami died SIMPSON GRANT. Amount due January 1, 1913 .. .. Board for 6 weeks, due Feb. 12, Total for term If paid in advance SPRING Incidental Fee Hoom Board 5 weeks $2344 . 9,00 Tho eighteenth president of the United States was born at l'olnt I'leastat at Mount MeOrcgur, N. V., In 1SS3. He was graduated from Went l'olnt and served ably lu the Mexican war. During the civil war his successes lu the Mississippi valley campaigns won him appointment aa commander of all the armies In the Held. Ills na I defeat of Lee made him a great national hero. He was elected to tbe presidency as a Itepubllcan In 18G8 mill four years Inter. He traveled around the world after his retirement. lrlor to the civil war Grunt made hla home for several year near St. Lora, Mo., and for one year at (lalena. III. He was accredited t Illinois as presidential candidate. After his retirement he lived lu New York. 11 $$140 $32.M S28.60 TERM 30.70 $ 6.00 6.00 6.76 17.75 6.75 24.60 93l,70 $ 7.M 6AM) , $ 6.00 4.00 6.76 15.76 6.76 22.60 6.76 18.75 .6.75 25.20 Amount due March 26, 1913 Board 6 weeks due Apr. 30, Total for term If paid in advance Thhi does not Include .... 1913 . SEVERE ON GIRLS IN PERSIA MAKING A BASEBALL CURVE of S22.00 the dollar deposit nor S24.00 money S2S.0O Green Growing Things. Economlo Farming,. I bare seen Band so poor that It would grow nothing without a good application of manure made. In five yenra. ao full of bumua by the liberal application of manure that It would feel springy like moaa to the freL Then It reionded liberally to tillage, tlumua la the keystone to the arch of fartora that aupiorts economic American Agriculturist. farm-tng.-C- Less Milk. R Ichor Milk. Tbe Jemey heads the Hat with 63.1 per cent of butler fut Neil U tbe Guernsey with 6.10 ier cent In order come the IKvon with 4 0. Shorthorn Ayrahlre 3kl and the llolxteln With 8.42 It ahould he remembered that the quantity Of milk aeeina to be Inversely pnKirtlnned to the richness --Oranxe Judd farmer. The following formula for grafting wax la recommended: Itnaln. four parts The birth of a girl In Persia Is reby weight: beeswax, two parts; tallow, ceived with pity, oven by her mother. one pnrt. "Why should I not weep over ray lithellebora tle girl, who will have to endure the Two ounces of freah white f teeied In one gallon of hot water, lined same miseries as I have known?" she aa a spray, la the tiext remedy for curcries. "She Is of so little value! Who rant and poeherry worms. Hut It knows whether her father will not one niiiat be lined eurly. when the first day throw her out of the window and worina appear. Watch for em. ao silence forever her walllugT And Cnmhed bone la a valunble fertiliser why abould he bs annoyed? He knowa used to ad he may do such a thing with Impunity. for fruit ire'H and may vantage whenever It mny be secured at No one cares any more than If It was An application of a cat which had to suffer for hla a rvaaonHble price 400 to UK) Kiiindx or honenieiil per wrath." sere will prove helpful on silt and clay From the hour ot birth th aoclal Inequality between the sexes assarts soils. Do not throw away the fertilizer Itself. Infant mortality Is very high, owing to tbe Ignorance and Inexpert-encAa soon as they Bre emptied Hack of the women. Sines celibacy wiiah them out and park them away for general ue during tbe summer. la considered a disgrace, girls are of- If thy are not wanhed all Ihoae con , ten married as young aa ten or twelve. -talnlng acid phosphate will be eaten In order to reduce the rate ot Infant I mortality some men have suggested up" by the nctd Innteitd of the eipemdve svatera of that the mother should have a finger crating cantiiloiiK'a the plan of placing cut off every time she lost a child. a thick layer of straw lietween eacb This cruelty, howaver, has not been But that It ahould bava enlaver of cnntnloilea haa proved to be adopted. way ot aelidlng tered Into the minds of any Persian I 'cheap and auccenKful rar lond wis to the principal markets men Is significant enough. Je Sals Tout lu tbe state of California. 1 I o . From Hour of Birth Soclfl Inequality Between 8exes Asserts Itself Celibacy a Disgrace. Collapsible Vacuum Cup, Formsd Rubber, Is Designed to Aid th uddlng Pltchtr. for books or Total $36.00 S6.M 18.00 laundry. Special Expenses Business. Fall Wiitltr The little device shown tn the Illus$12.00 tration la designed to help tbe bud- Stenography and Typewriting .. ..$14.00 ding baseball pitcher to curve the Bookkeeping (regular course) .. . . 14.00 12.00 ball. It conalsts ot a vacuum cup, Bookkeeping (brief course) 7.00 6.00 almH tn (vtllana ' Business course studies for students firm. nt piiKh.p In other departments: 9.00 Stenography .. .. 10.50 Typewriting, with one hour's use 7.00 6.00 of Instrument Coaa. Spring $10.00 10.00 50 7.60 5.00 17.90 1S.0O Com. each .. 2.10 1.50 l.M In no case wl',: special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per tent. young man or Any woman can get aa education Berea, It there Is the will to"do so. able-bodi- ed yo-un- Lav, Corn. Oeog., Arltk., or Peaaunshlp, I.K at Baseball Curvar. to a greater or less extant under tbe pressure of the finger, according to the amount ot curve desired. It Is' or send a Applicants must slipped over the forefinger of the above 15 years old, In bring health, and testimonial showing that they are good of good character, This may be pitching baud. signed by some former Bares student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco la atrlctly forbidden, Revealing Character. Spring Term opens, Wednesday, March 26th. Get ready. Ttere U nothing In which people For lnferaauosi or friendly advice write to Uo Secretary, betray their character more than la what they find to laugh at Ooothe. D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. It Is a great advantage to continue during wtntor and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste tlm In the pubaa school going over and over the same things, when they might be Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting tn on new studies witt aoaeottke beat young men aa6 wosaea from other oouatlea and state went to boo her slater, Mrs. Ncttlo Chllders, who Is very low with con- K. L. Orlffeo bought a sumptlon. good horso last week. James Moore nnd Wm. Gabbard swapped horses n few days ago. Tho ftcclcty of Wal- faro Sisters met at Bradshaw echcol ! la till y te wntfi. Iff tint It MtrcspoaiMM (MUatf houso last Saturday. Tho Soccty Is Writ tUtalj. 11 tvlltua of toed faltl. t It ot lor iblletloi, dolng a good work. S. A. Caudill !s today, after going to Heidelberg, Tho boys won with a score of 13 to somo fruit troos. Ho Is going to graft COURT CLERK COUNTY 10. Tills Is tho first tlmo tho men about a thousand applo and pear trees and Is planning to build up a nlco Wo aro authorlicd to announco K. havo over been defeated In baseball. fruit farm. MAUI.ItKN B. Johnson as a candidate for County pushy County, subMaulden, Feb. 20. Tho farmers aro Court Clerk of Jackson Posey, Feb. 21. Mrs. Josophlno ject to tho action of tho Republican getting along fine with their plow (ad) ing. Born to tho wife of Charl y Klncald Is on tho sick list at present, In Aug. 1913. primary Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Rowland and Farmer, a fine girl nnd also, to tho iwlfo of W. A. Simpson, a fine baby. Lazarus Rowland visited Mr. and Mrs, COUNTY JACKSON Tho marshals of London aro In T. F. Halo last Sunday. Sam Cornet, MrKEK 8. rarmcr started of Cow Creek, bought L. M, Garrett's 8 vlclnlty.-- W. orge MulllM, McKco, Feb. farm for $3,000 and Mr. Garrett shooting and his week on a traveling tour b charged with malicious "our 'or Early and Daniel Co. bought V. T. Thomas' homo placo waa In town Saturday to -L- ow a Ward purchased a flno pair for $2,250. They all bavo moved this havo Ma trial, but waived U.o right Cook died past week. J. W. Rowland has been ,r.oi nmi lot tha of mules last wcok,-A- ndy Feb. 15th, and was laid to rest In troubled with his back for tho last caso go beforo tho grand Jury. Mr. tow days. A protracted meeting be- In tho Farmer grave yard, Sunday, tho Blakeman, of Barbourvllle, was c,lfty Church, Wednesday Many friends nnd relatives P" 16th. town on buslucss a few days last night, by Rev. Harvo Johnson Tho less, London, niourn his Erocat Pollard, of week. Misses Addlo Combs and Fannie Main, fUIOII. nn hiintncM recently. I ous visited Miss Maud Mclntlro last climax Climax, Feb. 24, Mrs. Lark In Ab- ney dlod a fow days ago. Sho left a largo family of children and a hus- band and a number of friends to mourn hor loss. I lor remains woro laid to rest at tho Johnctta cemctory. Tho bereaved family has tho sympa- thy of all. Born to tho wlfo of Kobt. Allen on tho 15th, a baby. W. 8. Jones of Goochland passed thru cur town with a flno lead of goods en- routo for hli homo placo. Hardin Maltcoata' two boys passed thru our town, Friday, with a load of goods enrouto for Double Lick. D. G. Rec- tor recently vacated tho procrty of O. Flncll whero ho lived last year and has moved to Hlx and Wilson's proporty near Wlldlo. Geo. Voung recently returned hemo from Wist Virginia coal mines and talks of farming this year. Roa Roso rccont- ly came homo from West Virginia. Several DlspuUnta citizens wero In Climax, Saturday, Otto Flncll of Klrksvlllo Is with us now looking nt East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else lti ROYAL Baking Powder is the greatest of modern-tim- e helps to perfect cake 24.-Gc- Mii. and biscuit making.. Makes home baking pleasant and profitable. It renders the food more digestible and guarantees it safe from alum and all adulterants. not Improbablo that United States MAKE SERVICEABLE FISH BOD. troops may bo sent Into tho country. w Already a number of regiments mw in nn r ecu ui niLHUi w iw Following Olrtctlona Good Pol. havo Ualveaton, been s:nt to Mjy b. Madt, Toxn, that they may bo near at Tho band should they bo needed. Hero Is th way to make a good admlnictrntlnn cccms to be awako to rrvlccnblft (lull polo, lays tha Amcrl-;a- n tho cxtrcmo gravity of tho situation. Hoy. Got fcur ulrces of hickory THE CABINET nr any, hard wood and trim thorn Tho cabinet makers havo nothing nicely to ercn length, sy two fret. catlsfacttry to rcicrt. lYwddcnt Elect Each of tha section! la now ilvrn Wilson has dovcleped a remarkable uniform taper, with Jack knife and power to keep his cwn counsel, nnd sandpaper Th diagram, fig. 6, shows shaving though Inauguration Day Is so near, the proper seals to follow In oft the wood. In Us eight feet of ho nlono knows who aro to bo mem length the pole tapers from nno Inch bers of his cabinet. Inch, Tho In dlmnetcr to Tho following appears a reawonable tlfturri In the diagram repretent the amount you would cut off provided the forecast of tho new cabinet: feat Instead of Inches. For Secretary of State, William J. olo Tho Joints are fastened together In Bryan. For Secretary of Treasury, Vt llilnm quite n new way. Cut them to a shnrp point Now dip them In thin G, McAdco. glue, prfii firmly lonether and wrap For Secretary of War, Col. Goorgo rut Mil. i of both with heavy cord. Any W. GoethaU. good ursdo of flih linn will do. tllk For Postmaster General, Albert S. preferred Figs. 2 and 3 explain thU outKlde wrapping- The guides for the Burleson. For Secretary of Interior, Josephus one-eight- l" his farm ESTILL COUNTY LOCUST IIRAMCII Sunday. on Indian Creek for a rail- oad from Livingston to McKee. There is ttrong talk that they will begin work on It by March 1st. If It Is built, It is very probable that tho new railroad being built from Hcldle- will connect with It herc.-- Dr. 0. C. Goodman of Welchburg was In Sunday Perrlnc, who has een sick for several days is well again. Mrs. Dora Tlnchcr, wife cf James Tlnchcr of McKee, died, Sunday. Funeral services wcro hold In tho Chapel, Monday morning, conducted by Rov. Messier. Sho was an estimable lady and her loss was a rrMt clifwV ir n lnrm numhrr flf friends. Sho leaves a husband and children). 11. Baker was op- Police Judge of McKee last week. The following wero appointed Town Board of Trustees: Isaac Messier, I. R. Hays, James Hamilton, Tyra Lalnhart and J. F. Englo. The annual Declamation contest was held last Friday night. There wero two wirh nnn fnr tt,n boy speaker, nnd one for tho best girl speaker. Moss Farmer received tho prlzo for boys, and Lula Reynolds tho prlzo for girls. There wero eight contestants, five girls and three boys. Mr. Gardener and wife moved away last week. Leonard Hlgnlto and Daniel Wilson made a tilp to Berea last weck.-Law- yer a. W. Baker wont to Irvlno recently on Miss Lizzie Little, who Is attending school here, was visit- lng at homo last woek. PARBDT Parrot, Feb. 22. A largo crowd attended church here, Saturday night and Sunday. A scries of moc tings are being conducted at this place this week. Married, Feb. 19, Miss Lizzie Cuna-glto Mr. Wm. Morris. Feb. 20th, Miss Maxto Wyatt to Mr. Jesse of Mcrshons, Laurel County. Best wishes to tho newly wedded couples. Mr. and Mrs. John Harris who have been nt Hamilton, O., for tho last few months, havo returned to this place. Mr. and Mrs. Dcland Isaacs loft today for Borca, whero they will visit relatives and then start for Swift Current, Sask., Canada, to make their future home. An Interesting gamo of baseball was played last woek between the married men and boys of Letter Box. -Miss Saturday and Sunday. -rROCKCASTLE COUNTY nnnciiLANU Nan Hudson was ablo to bo Goochland, Feb. 14. Rov. Durham Ealt.o out to church, Sunday.-M-lsa occupy her now storo filled his regular appointment r.t wock.-Sher- man Powell Pleasant Hill, Sunday. Mat Orccn and wlfo of Big Hill, mvC to hla n,C,w horae,nt 3crX-berM. Bongo will move Into the passed thru hero Friday ou their way houso vaMtcd by Mr. 1'owcll r-town. to Mulllns Station. lln Abrahams Is on tho sick list. -bDora Mulllns who Is attending Ml8S Matilda Vlars of this placo Is school at Goochland, was visiting ntnitlniv w HfM Vnnnl " T Anirfnl I homo folks, Saturday and Sunday. ncr near Borca. W. R. Bcngo was Grovcr Mitchell of Borca,. passjd called to tho bedside of his sister, through with a nice bunch of cattle, who Is serlcusly 111 In Laurel County. Friday. Peto Powell Is ablo to bo out again. Chas. Phillips of Owsley County has HAMILTON, OHIO LETTER Green Parsono of Asbury is workmoved back to his father's, and Is Hamilton, O., Feb. 1C There has ing for W. R. Bcnge. W. R. Bongo building a homo. been a campaign going on In Hamtt- has bought a caw mil from Pete Cab-thr11 to h,B rd and wt g -Ma- P. J""1 """ V - Locust Branch, Feb. 22. The nlco weather still continues and the men aro doing a flno lot of logging for II. O. Blckncll. Robert Land, of Irvine, visited James Blckncll, last Friday. Dr. Snowdcn moved, last Saturday to S. B. Kclley's place Geo. Miller and his family left for Hamilton, O., last Friday, whero they expect to mako their home. McKlnley Coyle who Is In school at Berea, visited homo folks from Saturday till Monday of last week. Mr. and Mm. J. B. Wagorfl of Wagersvlllo went to Lcroy, III., to live. oe APr11 Mrs. 0. M. Dense were s e8t8 ct Mr- - ttnd Mre- Hud- Smlth of Tuffy. Sunday son was at Korby Knob, Saturday, lct-- Mr. "" "d P,ace-pointe- d c-a- THE FOOTPATH TO PEACE To be glatl of life, because it gives you the chance to love, and to work, and to play, and to look up at the stars ; to be satisfied with your possessions, but not contented with yourself until you have made the best of them ; to despise nothing in the world except falsehood and meanness, and to fear nothing except cowardice ; to be governed by your admirations, rather than your disgusts ; to covet nothing that is your neighbor's, except liis kindness of licait and gentleness ol manners ; to think seldom of your enemies, often of your friends, and every day of Christ, and to spend as much time as you can, with body and with spirit, in on the footthese are little guide-post- s God's lltnry Van Djie. peace. path to wf to Mr. and Carico, Mrs. Isaac Hlmes, a flno boy. Ills namo is Leslie. Mr. Blakeman of nkfort was thru here this week looking after come land and coal, Ho reports that tho rati road Is ,n& this section. Tho farmers ner are P'owlnS and preparing for tne,r eropa.-B- ud Watb.cn who has ed CAKICO Feb. 21. Born Daniels. For Attorney General, Walker. Edwin It. I ! Parts of Fish Pol. line to run through are shown In Figs. 4 and 6. Fig. 6 li the end of th. pole. It is a wire loop lashed tightly tain district. to the pole. Fig. 4 la a piece of wire EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION AT put In at each Joint and held there PHILADELPHIA by the same wrapping that holdi the ton during the past week to ra'ne UAULKT. Tho National Educational Associatogether. of tha 30,000 to bo used In erecting a Sal- - tion beclns Its annual meeting nt Joints itriiilil Im Tho outalde Gaulcy Feb 22. Wm. Mctcalt was mnilhitil tarith flnib hitn Sunday. Alex McDanlcl mado a busiquarry at.Mul- - vatlon Army Citadel In this city. Philadelphia on tho 24th. An cxhaus- - MtuiDaDL.r badly hurt In tho reck rubbed with oil. ness trip to Llvlngstcn, recently. Monday.-M- lss Margaret Cottage prayer meetings are bilng tlvo report will bo presented to tho Though tho cost of the polo Is next Thero will b3 meeting at Flat Top llns Station. evenings of caeta S.000 delegates, who aro expected, , to nothing, you will find It tougb and Thursday "ld church tho third Saturday and Sun J. Bond visited Mrs. Jako Ponder. showing tho Increased price cf nec s- - , reliable. day ,n March-- Mrs. Cosby Colo made hur -sltjcs, ns compared with meager iiviugswu, a business trip to McKee last week. visneu reiauvca ai Morris, who Join- - H was held at Mr. G. B. Johnston's nrlcs paid to teachers, day nlght.-Lut- hcr IN OUR OWN STATE OWSLEY COUNTY ed Ujo army, two years ago ond is this week and will bo held at the EXTRAVAGANT APPROPRIAConliuurU from firtt 1'air. K,IINi:STVILI.K now In Wyoming, writes that "ho was homo of Mr. and Mrs. Meredith TIONS and contracts let for a now bulUInK, ago, bard next week. Chas. Holcomb 4f EarncEtvllle, Feb. 24. Thero has la that state a few days Representative Fitzgerald has rrrs-ente- d Tho Doctors and tho leading citizens been unusually pleasant weather hero Born to tho wlfo of Andy Bullock, Uryantsville, Ky., has returned to to Pres. Elect Wllw.11 his esti- of that locality aro united In promotf thru Jaauary and February. Farmers n girl. Hor name Is Ruby. Mrs. Lyda work In Hamilton Arch S ale mate that tho appropriations ct tills taking advantago of this pretty Howard Is an tho sick list this Major, Owsley County, Ky whlloma? Congress will exceed by J100.000.000 ing the project. CHAMPION TURKEY GROWER weather have done much plowing. week. J. C. Bullcck Is building a lng a buslnt ss trip to Cincinnati enmo tho appropriations of any previous Mrs. B. U. WlllUma of Huston Brandenburg has been very houso. Tho children of Elbert Brown- - on to Hamilton and visited some if bession. Ovor 125,000,000 Is appropriat111 with lagrippo turkeys for 10J.i0, sold thirty broa-zfcr several day3. in, hav measloa. Mrs. Sam Miller rus menus. wm. Kirk, and a ytung ed hundred about four an average of $3.40 each. Sho ho.ds He Is now slowly Improving. Mrs. J. H Very sick at this writing. W. U. lady from Sandusky, 0., were bo.h public for bulldlugs. Tho appropriaT. Gray is now in Midway, She nnd R. D. Bullock wcro with homo urownca in tho .Miami River mar tions for buildings aro without tho record for price and quality. GAME PRESERVE Mrs. Mlamlsburg, last week, whlloskutlng, regard, seemingly, to any considerafolks, Saturday and Sunday A I,a"y of Ilamlltcnlans havo gone A movement Is on foot to establish Lucy Collngham of Livingston nnd tion, except tho demand of tho local a gamo prcscrvo In tho couiitus cf Miss Sallio Cotlngham of line Hill, to visit tho Panama Canal and s.'o Ity. visited Mrs. Mark Morris, Saturday tho great locks nnd construction work Hero aro somo Intcrest'ng cstl Jackson, Leallo nnd Wayne. Twenty Bon and Sunday. Bert Mulllns l as moed uelnK done on U10 big ditch. mates taken from an editorial In wull tn''. deer havo boon b.ouBbl. from WUcousIn and will bo a;t Irvo hero from White Oak. Tho littlo icr I,r08-- . contractors, havo b.'gun tho Loulsvlllo Herald of Feb. IMth: tho work of repairing the Duller Coun child of R. L. Bond has ream-red,Jasper, Ala. Population 2.C00. .1100,0 0 a littlo later. Tho deer will probably Mastor Wllllo Fonder Is suffering with ty Court House which was damagtd Las Cruces, N. M., Pop. 4,000.. 123,000 bo branded and this will servo ub a TO THE My by firo Inst March. Tho Dr. measles. Littlo Hazel Mlnton Is 80 Marysvllle, Tenn. Pop. 2,M)0.. CO.OOO protectlcn until new legis.atlcn can slowly recovering. Thomas Ponder Is Wedorwolf evangelistic party which Buffalo, Wye. Pop. 1,300.. .. C2.V.0 ho Bccured. Tho valuo of this mounleft In December report great kiiccoih Uniting relatives here. tain country fjr gamo Is not appreD. Pop. 1,300.. 7G.0I0 In their camiwlgn in Jamestown, N. Belief ourcho, S. ciated. If tho p:opo would stop ihoct-ln- g ItOCKI'Olll) PalntHvlllo. Ky. Pep. 1,000.. .. C.00O Y. for a few y?ara and begin in.s- Rockford, Feb. 24. Ilro. Hudson Mr. Fitzgerald of New York point log quail, partr.iigoai.d iheatan a ind filled his regular apto!ntmcnt ed out that there wcro now 283 build- at AFTER THIRTY YEARS ,B.W,1 Jw"nUnK s Scaffold Cauo chuich, Sunday. Aunt lnB projecu upon which tho depart- - I ma " Helen Gulnn, who hac been sick for mcnt had not begun work, and that b ! Mr. R. J. White, who lived ut thu br"UK,,t l,,to ,h 8 lu" l 1'ut- somo tlmo, la somo better nt prsont. It would take three y.a.s to build , head of Round Stone In Rockcastle In 1 h ,orooul Mr. H. E. Bullca and family and tho buildings already authorized. T 1S83, 13 visiting with his wlfo, hir pr'vlh'go and accommodation. Tho r n,mr- - ,.,.n....u Myrtlo C. McCclluin wero tho gu?sts Mr u.r.iu,! mother, Mrs. Gulnn. Mr. White loft of J. W. Todd and family. Sunday. tho bill as tho worst of lu kind owr , f"""1'?! W"'? do .rcll..to c o"0,at3 Madison County for IlllnolB, whero n"l"on,lt" fLr u'u Bro. Hardin preached nt Macedonia, reported In Congress, yet Mr. ntz - l"'", ho arrived at Pnlcstlno In 1883, ONE-WAR SPRING COLONIST TICKETS ON ' Saturday. P. L. Stephens nnd th.l-drc- n gorald could not got a roll call, which I" ,OUK,u 10 , of a team and a two horsn SALE DAILY MARCH is TO APRIL 15, 1913 to w invmuum uuu 111 every way visited Mrs. Sarah Uuinn, domanded only tho suport cf seventy-epolnta In Western Montana, Idaho, Washington, wagon. Ho started In to grow corn, desirable resource. ight night. Mice Uculah Vlarc is other members. Tho b.ll was KENTUCKY Oregon, Hrltlnh Coluuibla. aud ho has kept at It. Last year ho EDUCATIONAL passed without roll call. Hero lu a still sick. Lola Dalton of Bcrca d ROUND TRIP HOMKSKKKKItS' TICKETS ON harvested about 11,000 bushels on 100 SALE im and 3rd TUESDAYS EACH MONTH to g'od oirtunlty for Proildont Tu.t Bertha Bullen, Sunday night-- Mr. acres. They did Tho 8tato Educational Association Dome banner husking many point in the Northwett United Stales and and Mrs. J. E. Dalton aro visit- on his place to uso that veto power. CunaUa. Lone; limit and ttopuven. and tho record was mado holds Itu annual 8?sslon In LouUvlIb ing T. C. Vlara and daughter of this NEW YORK WOMEN AND THE from April 30th to May Travel on the iy a ycung student, preparing 3rd. Tho WORKING GIRLS JJhUJ B,nner,"d8?Phr truatea v!Xd wl.l mum In f ' work lng his , tcu hours ho husk- exposition has boon organized fcI)CCai discussion. Vnrio,, ,,,1, . An .a""'y' trough schoc,. M? Un. ll ounuay. airs. 11. m. Laitcs Is no cd. by weight, two hundred and thir by prominent New York women to cfforcd Cf I0 to 125 ea:n for tsjays and connecting lines, to better. R. L. Anglln's dwel.lnsh use teen bushels ... .. and thirty pounds of lllustrato tho achievements and work on tho sniiWt r,f in,,. was destroyed by flro last Thursday. Minnesota, North Dakota. Montana, Idaho, corn. Ho finds very fow fain. liar of women In that city. An Important Trustee." For full InformVery littlo was saved. Geo. Ketron Washington, Oregon, or to Manitoba, Saskatchefcaturo will bo a civic center, whero ation writ Secretary T. W. Vinson, faces In this vicinity. and family of Scaffold Cans I:ft, wan, Alberta, llritisli Columbia. various efforts fur advanco In both Frankfort, Ky. Wodncaday, for Indiana. Gcorgo work and play will bo demonstrated. Wilt tend free Illustrated literature about the North, UNITED STATES NEWS Ketron'f, grist and shlnglo mill vaa To Break a Dottle Evnly, west United Slates and full information about NorthIt Is hopod to Interest many cburlt-abl- e Comlnurd from pagr one ern Pacltic rates of fare and service promptly upon Soak a pleco of string In turpontlns destroyed by flro last night. Bornlco and philanthropic workers In ef request. It rosts you nothing. Write today. and tie It around the glass Just whore Todd visited Mao Bullon, ThursJay . S. TROOPS IN READINESS FOR fort to benefit tho condition f workyou wish the . C. EATON, Travtling Immig. Agent, night Bro. Rico of Conway expects 40 E. 4th St., Cincinnati, O. MEXICO ing girls. The exposition Is to open fill the glass break to come. Theo or bottle up lo tho point Af. J. COSTE.LO, D. P. A., 40 E. 4th St., Cincinnati, ft to preach at Scaffold Cans Baptl t Events in Moxlco assumo such a the 27th of Fobruary and cl.si the with cold waUr, nnd set fire to the Evo-"y- church next Sunday at 11 chaotic character with so littlo regard Sth of March in the Grand Central string. Tbo m. glass will snap all alone body como. to humanity and law, that It Booms Palace, Now York. the heated line. m B ttle ller. Lunsford filled his regular aPP,ntment at F,at ToD Iast Solur and Sunday. There wcro 14 feMlons w,ln two addltlona to tho thurch.-Jo- hn Sumcrs traded one of hls mu,C8 a "no youns mwo this woeK. wwio iioDcris is making ms this week for Irwin Smith. S. R. Roberts bought six nice sheep from Alex McDanlcl for $17. Corn issc.l-ln- g for 75 cents per bushel. Mr. and Mrs. John Lear were visiting relatives at Gray Hawk, Saturday and fever u rePrtcd Rev- - JaSl rr DAYLIGHT ROBBEItY IN NEW YORK On tho 23rd Instant a daring day- light robbery was committed In a cigar storo on a busy corner In tho theatrical section of tho city. Three men entered, bound tho clerk hand and foot, gagged htm, rifled the safe of about $300, emptied tho cash register, and got away wlthcut being disturbed. And this In tho center of civilization, not in a remote moun - I S: ,j .T1 V't Cab-marri- Gr-sha- m o LOW FARES Fertile Northwest - ' I " Y tat-urd- ASSO-C1ATIO- vis-Itc- Northern Pacific Ry lJ: Z tub-distri- ct Sub-Dlstrl- ct