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The Citizen BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 0, 1013 Knowledge ii power way to keep tip with nederi knowledge la to read a goed newspaper. tad the to tlie Interests of ttie Mountain People One Dollar a Hook-Wor- m Dr. Vol. XIV. Fire cents a copy. jear. No. SO The Inauguration of President Wilson Washington la In gala attire, flags and docoratlons nro everywhere seen, and (trout throngs of Rally dressed people aro pouring Into tho city, which has becomo a whlrlool of activity. Vice President elect Marshall arrived on Saturday, and President 1oct Wilson camo on Monday. Flags and streamers from every staff and building waved their welcome, and choiring thousands greeted his arrival. Tho family left Pilnccton, Monday, whore tho family havo lived for twenty-seven years, In a Bjtcclal train as the guosts of tho Princeton students, who not only provided tho train, but attended to all tho details of the trip. Other special trains brought hundreds of students who nctcd as escort. They formed a lano from tho train shed to tho room st apart for tho whero tho Inaugural reception coramlttoe comprising Senator, and citizens awaited tho presidential family. As tho party from ho train, they wcro PreBl-ljii)lc- PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSuN The twenty-eigh- t President of the United Stntes Is Woodrow Wilson. He was born at Staunton, Vs., the son of n Presbyterian minister. He graduated at Princeton University, a stronghold of American Presbyterianism, in 1871), but the ministry did not attract young Wilson. Minister' sons too often see so much of denial and self sacrifice that they do not hastily enter upon their fathers' calling, lie studied law nt the University of Virginia, opened an oflico afterwards at Atlanta, Oa., where he practiced in 1882-'8What cases came to the young lawyer we do not know. Evidently tho theory of Inw had a charm for him for he closed his office to study Jurisprudence, History und Political Science in the post graduate courses at Johns Hopkins University at Baltimore. Here he received the degree of Ph. D, for which degree he submitted a thesis on Congressional Government, which is remarkable as being very successful on the book market. There in only one other instance recorded of an academic thesis which became successful bb a book. From 1885 to 1800 he taught in various institutions, Political Science und kindred subjects. In that year he came to Princeton as Professor of History and Jurisprudence. His lectures became exceedingly popular and he himself gained the desired standing by popular vote, year nfler year, as favored professor. In 1002 he was elected President of Princeton on the resignation of President Pattou. This office he filled with great distinction, bringing about some remarkable changes und witnessing great growth in In 1011 he was elected Oovernor of New Jersey on the Institution. the Democratic ticket, after a fierce contest in which he succeeded in overthrowing the mnchiue boss, Senator Smith. His term of office would not expire until January 1014, Tho characteristics of President Wilson are well net forth in a Ileriew of HevietcM article in which the writer says, "That his principle characteristic is a love of fun. Ha sees nt once tho humorous aspect of things. He loves stories und though not a story teller, he He is u is ever ready to illustrate a point by telling nil anecdote." good talker and speaks fine English. He readily charms his hearers. His temperament is largely an inheritance from his father a man of great personality, a profound theologian. His face is modeled on Scotch Irish nncestry with theological lines, betokening great strength but not beauty. After becoming Governor of New Jersey, the family were overwhelmed by the public, ity that speedily csme to them. Tho Governor was hardly used to seeing comment on his features, tho length of his nose and tho attach, inent of his ears to his head, but he finally took refuge in the following limerick: in Madison County which represented 75 per cent ofttw citizens and students. Tho infection among tho students was found to bo 22 per cent. Ono of tho great benefits Is Uio fact that the students will carry home knowledge of the Ideas talncd, especially of better sanitary conditions. which poured Into tho city. Uio Now York First Cavalry, Massachusetts Coast Artillery, tho KiRhth Massachu-Hctt- s, from with Mllltla Regiments Worcester, and Volunteer Troop I), Democratic Lcaguo of Newark, New York Coast Artillery, tho lusUlcr Maine National Corps of Boston, Guard, 12th Company Coast Artillery and Mllltla of Georgia with six special trains of Tammany formed part of J. 8. Lock of llarbourvllle, who Investigating tho hookworm In Kentucky under tho direction of tho Rockefeller Commission and tho State Board of Health, rcitorts that his twenty-fou- r day campaign at Dcroa was tho most successful yet In Kentucky. 2,147 examinations were made, Ic tho arrivals. It Is estimated that 30,-00- 0 IN OUR were In lino. Tho number of visitors far exceeded any picvlous record. At least 2G0,- 000 jiersons were transported by the M STATE UNITED STATES NEWS Sixty-Secon- railroads. men wcro present Distinguished A from every state In the Union. fow of them can remember seeing a Democratic president Inaugurated but tho number who havo witnessed that event was notably Increased by this Inauguration ceremony. Mrs. Wllcon Is rather a disappointment to tho society leaders and tho fashion-mongeras she actually Insisted upon It that tho dresses of tho Wllsoti family, although tspocl-'all- y made -r tho Inauguration, really 'required no clatorata description. Ordinary walking suits were used for s, f- met by Thomaa Nelson Page, chairman of tho Reception Committee, who escorted Ihem thrcugh the lints of students to tho Reception Room. Tho Wilson family dined privately with Joseph Wilson of Tennessee, brother of tho President, and John Wilson, his cousin, who wns host at the tho dinner. Ily arrangements Wilsons railed on President and Mrs. Taft at tho Whlto House, whero they wcro received In the Hluo Itooni. Tho official household were present but nono of Uio Cabinet. According to the Program, on Inauguration Day, u Committee of Sen- tho It Is understood that Pres. Wilson 'was an equal disappointment In the society element In refusing election to ono of tho particularly select clubs. Potwlbly wo aro entering upon an era of Jcffcntonlan Blmpll-- , city. da. WILSON'S CABINET Secretary of State William Jen ators and Representatives railed at nings Dryau, of Nebraska. tho Hotel for President eject and Vice Secretary of Treasury William l. President elect. They were escorted McAdoo, of New York. to tho White Houre by tho Essex M. Llndley Secretary of War Troop and tho Mack Hotbc Troop OarrlHon, of New Jersey. thru lines of students from Irlnce-to- n Attorney General James McKey-noldand Uio University of Virginia. of Tennessee. President Taft nwalted them and the Postmaster General Representative wholo party proceeded to the Senate Albert Ilurleson, of Texas. chamlx-at tho capltol, where first 8ecreta:y of tho Navy Jos'i'hus tho Vlco President was Inaugurated, Daniels, of North Ca ol.ua. then tho Seuators elect took th-- lr Secretary of tho Interior Franklin oath of office, fnllowInK which the K. Lan of California. onth wan administered to Woodrow Secretary of Agriculture David F. Wilson by tho Chief Justice of the Houston, of .Missouri. Supremo Court according to custom. Secretary of Commerce Hepr s Washington linn resounded for the William C. Hedflcld, of N-past few duys with tho blare f York. trumpetH and the mllluiry bands ac- I Secretary of Labor Representative companying the various organltntlon.s, William II. WlUon, of Pennsylvania. s, r I nt-atlw "There nro others moro linndNoiiie Hut my face, I do not mlml it, For am behind it. The people iii front got tho jar." 1 bjr far, He is not n smoker nor is wine served on his table. A good sleeper, he posHesnes strength, athletic, jet not a devotee to sports. He finds recreation itml henlth in golf. He has n faculty of getting at the very elements of n disputed Oftentimes he hits been able problem- and is ready with a solution. to rentier material service in the matter of shaping legislation. Probably no innn Iiuh come to the Presidency of the United Stntes better equipped mentally, for the study of Governmental problems has been a habit of a lifetime. Governmental methods, the intricacies of Mj)itics and the methods of legislation are well known to him. His theoretical knowledge Ims beeu enriched by the experimental knowledge gained duriug the period of his Governorship of New - Jersey. The country lias much reason to rejoice in the personal character nml the the training of the man who comes to the White House at this particular time, for he is not only a mini of learning, a man of principleitiid experience, but a man of devout and fixed christian faith, who is ready and able to defend this faith from the standpoint of intelligent conviction. She is essentiAirs. Wilson is not a woman who seeks publicity. ally ii home maker, h woman of force aud marked ability. The family consists of three daughters, Margaret, Jessie and Eleanor, eueh one of whom is interested in some humanitarian or philanthropic work. Evidently they are not iu sympathy with the smart set or the merely fashionable but have a purpose iu life and are fulfilling it. Presideut Wilson has one brother, Joseph Wilson of Teuutssee. The Ilihleon which Woodrow Wilson took oath of office w hen he became Governor of New Jersey wus used wheu he took the oath of The oath of each office has beeu eugrossed iu the office as Presideut. Uible. Naturally this is a cherished possession of Mrs. Wilson. Tho closing words of his Inaugural address were, "This is not a day of triumph, it is n day of dedication. Here muster, uot the forces of party, but the forces of humanity. Men's hearts wait upon us; men's lives haug in the balance; men's hopes call upon us to say what we will do. Shall we live up to the great trust? Who dares fail to try? I summon hII honest men, all patriotic, all forward-looiug ineu'to my side. God helping me, 1 will uot fail them if they will but counsel and sustain mo." B. k THIS ISSUE Inauguration of President Wilson will Interest ninny readers. Tho progress mnilo In farm demonstration In this vicinity by Professor Montgomery will attract attention and perhaps Interest others In the work of lann uplift. Dotectlvrs In llerea presents what Is happily an unusual epslode In Berea Life, and emphasizes the unusual orderly life cf tho student community. "Ono Who Worked Ills Way" n story from real life on pngo 2, may show still others how to do what many aro now doing, "Work their way. thru A full account of tho WORLD NEWS English Papers on President Wilson Tho Turks Ask for Peace Mexican Affairs. M Tho Ixmilon paers abound In noof tho New President. Tho Morning Post In a lengthy article on American affairs bays, "Woodrow Wilson conies to tho Presidency wh.n tho old days are over, and a now era Is at hand. Fow Presidents have entered offlco to well eiulpicd; few ' have faced so many difficulties." Tho Dally Graphic writes, "Wood-roWllcon has Imurtsscd tho Anglo-Baxo- ti school." of both worlds with his sterlMaku tho Homo Orchard Produco is That Is Uio quality a timely articlo In "Intensive Farm- ing honcuty. Democracy ing." !ago 7. If you havo an orchard abovo all othtiB which needs, and tho Americans must be read It, If not, plant ono. congratulated." Tho story on page C Is finding Tho Chronicle Bays, "Mr. Wilson rereaders. presents tho new spirit visible in Plenty of lntoreutliig Items on tho moro than ono country, but nowhero local pago. moro visible than In America. The progressive warld looks for much CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE from him." THE TURKS ASK TOR PEACE lly way of London It Is made PAGE ONE known that tho Turks aro through WUsoh'h Inauguration. flghtlug and havo naked tho Powors DetectlveB In Ilerva. to secure for them tho best terms of Editorials. peuco that they could. Among other demands of tho Dalknn Allies are PAOB TWO. tho concession of tho Aegean Islands Ono who Worked Way. tion Detectives in Berea Sound Character of Citizens and Students Shown While Offenders are Brought to Light. Family Burned at Mayfisld d Ths Bryan Favors Peace James Special School EnumeraCongress Ends Pres. Taft's Fare-wa- ll tion New Jail for Perry Bg Blaze Sermon Hides Has New Job at Hazard -- Riddla Named forjudge. Webb Bill Becomes Law Taft and the Newspaper Men Diplomatic FAMILY BUItNED AT MAYFIELD Appointments Confirmed. Mrs. J. Small and five children BRYAN FAVORS PEACE wero seriously burned. Tho dress cf ono of the children caught fire from At Raleigh, N. C, William J. Bry a grate. In tho effort to save her, an spoko to eight thousand people on peace. Ho was Introduced by Gov. each member of tho family was serCrane as tho greatest living apostle iously burned. of peace. In his address Mr. Bryan THE JAMES SPECIAL Senator Olllo James will have a declares that United States was unlargo number of friends to wltncts der serious obligation not only to cohis Installation as Senator and In operate with tho other powers In furcidentally tho Inauguration of Wood- - thering the cause of peace, but to row Wilson as President. Tills paity act as a shining cxamplo in the mat ter of disarmament. Ho declared tho goes by a special train. United States was peculiarly fitted In SOLD OUT TOBACCO Lexington warehouses have ssldout various ways to boldly tike the lead all their tobacco, and for tho first in this matter. CONGRESS THE tlmo in threo months their floors d Congress ended The aro, absolutely clear. Its history of two years of SCHOOL ENUMERATION struggle on Tuesday noon. Its School census blanks have been sent out by tho Department of Edu- career has been in many respects a cation for cnumeratltn for tho n3W stormy ono. It began In 1011 with n year. It is expected tho returns will special session to consider Reciprobo In by April 1st. Careful inspection city. Among tho important results has been made of tho school rolls, from this Congress aro tho Now Fed many counties a largo eral Bureau of Labor headed by a and In number of names ha3 been stricken Cabinet officer; Tho Physical Valuafrom tho roll. Tho teachers are work- - tion of Railroads and other common Idg with tho state officials to t,ecure carriers to form a basis for rate male. Constitutional Amendment for nccurato returns. This is deal! able, as lng. tho school fund Is distributed on a liopular election of Senators; Shipment of liquor forbidden In tho prohiper capita basis. bition states. This Congress leaves a PEItnY COUNTY IS TO HAVE A legacy of a disturbing nature in tho NEW JAIL $23,000 Is to bo expended for anew Panama law establishing free passage to American vessels, and still more Jail .at Hazard, according to tho decision of tho Fiscal Court. Tho old jail trouble In tho unsatisfactory condi- -. has become unsightly In contrast tlons of tho Tariff laws, which It unsuccessfully attempted to revlso at with the new court house. two different times. FIItE IN HAZAHD PRES. TAFT'S FAREWELL SERTho threo story Jones block with MON other property amounting to $20,000 Pres. Taft, according to reports, bewas destroyed by firo at Hazard last week. Efforts will to made to In- gan his last Sunday with a brief sertroduce better protection. The au- mon to Uio congregation of All Souls thorities believe they have a cluo to Unitarian Church, whero ho has wortho cause of this and other recent shipped the last four years. His sermon was devoted to a discussion cf fires. tho Unitarian faith, which ho said ho PINEVILLE PRISONERS ESCAPE Five prisoners broko a.l at line-vlll- e, expected to sso absorb tho world. "It has been a wonder to mo why Mar. 1st, and escaped to tlu mountains. They includo M.redithand nil tho world Is not Unitarian," said Gilbert under life sentenco lor mur- tho President. "1 think all tho world der, Jones awaiting trial for murd.r Is verging In that direction. Wo preach the doctrino of sweet fellowship, it and two houso breakers. lovo of God, of love of Jesus Christ RIDDLE NAMED FOR JUDGE Hugh Bidden of Irvine was ap- and of toloranco, for every faith upon tho great principle of libpointed Circuit Judge of tho 23rd District to succeed tho lata D.iv.d eral Christianity, and that makes for progress toward morality and higher Hedwino of Jackson, recently dec a ed. This district comprlsis Es.lll, religion." "Tho ono thing wo suffer from, If Laurel, Breathitt and Wolf Counties, and Uio appointment holds ULt.l lh.J It bo a troublo. Is that, thcro aro 30 November election. Then tho posl.ton many Unitarians in other churches will bo filled by election tor tho who do not sit In tho pews of our church. But that means that ultimate's remaining two years of Judgo ly they aro coming to us." term. HILLES' NEW JOB BEWARE OF THE PIANO SIXTY-SECOND sixty-seconepec-mak-ids Rcd-wlne- chester, assisting to move a p!nno at salary of (Contluuctl ou rage Klglit) Miss Beulah Thompson of Win- Chas. D. Hllles who received a $7,000 ao secretary to Pres. Contluurd on page five Interview with President Frost Tho arrest of Mr. Clinton Scott on charge of koeplng a "blind tiger," tho conflsciiUcii ct several hundred bottles tf beer labeled "Maltlna," together wiUi Uio cxpluslon of flvo students, tho dismission or suspension of fifteen othors, havo been excitements In Bcrta during Uio last fow days. Tho arrest of Mr. Scott was effect ed by Capt. Shoit in person assisted by his deputy, Mr. Mays, and Deputy Sheriff Win. Johnson, of Berea. It occurred a llttlo beforo eight o'clock Saturday night, and savcral customers wero found In Uio establishment at "Somo wooks ago wo wero greatly troubled by tho stealing of several over coats rjid other property from students. NU having tlmo to Investigate all such cases, wo acted with Bcmo of out trustees and secured tho services of detectives. Tho chief of a Detective Durcau located outsldo YOU'RE IN DO NT BUY Ills do TO "YOURSELF IF YOU AN OLIVER Tcmpernnco. Sunday School Lessen. page: three Corner for tho Juniors. Taft Hccomcs Rurul Teachers as Tramps. PAGE FOUR Local Items. PAGE FIVE U. 8. News, (continued) Influence of Fear. PAGE SIX Now Serial Story. PAOE SEVEN Farm and Garden. Uoy Erects Ills Own Monument. PAGE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky Nows. Tho Nation's Capttcl. State Nows (continued) va stato visited Berea somo weeks ago, Ho told us Uio clues wero tew and obscuro, ho Gbould have to make a general examination of tho school and town; that his experience ledhlmto bellcvo Uiat If ho became acquainted violatwith tho studouts who wo.-ing other collego rules, ho should como upon tho thieves. Ho subsequentmade very Boon. tho same tlmo. MEXICAN AFFAIRS During tho following night the fow ly sent c detectlvo who registered us On thi bordor Hue of Mexico, near bottles of real "Mcltlna," which wero a student, aud later a second one, and Douglas, Arizona a running fight took In stock, frozo, whllo tho hundreds of thoy began sending nic, in a confidplaco between Uio ninth U. S. Cavalbottles of beer labeled as "Maltlaa" ential way, dally statements of their ry aud Mexican troops. It Is reported showed their character by withstand- activities which woro very Interesting. that tho Mexican soldiers flrcd upon ing tho cold! a group of American officers. A sklrm On tho Bamo night several students' I was first Impressed by Uio genIsh ensued, In which four Mexicans rooms wcro searched, and cases of eral soundness of sentiment which woro killed. tobacco and liquor nud other Irregular- theso explorers discovered among both At Mexico City General Diaz re- ities discovered. citizens and students. They woro ceived a great ovation, wheu ho &p- Tho College was suspectsd cf hav- everywhere told that tho collego rules Iieared at tho bull fight. There was ing somo hand In tho detection of tho wcro strict and right and not to bo a great parado thru tho streets on tho , "TlKor" as well aB tho other misdo violated. They ascertained with absaiuo day, which was reviewed by ings, aud Tho Citizen has obtained solute certainty, for example, that President Huorta. Efforts are being from President Frcst an exclusive In- liquor was not sold at various stores tnniln in llllrifr till. Vklltltrv in n fni - terview on tho subject. ....... u " " O . " and restaurants In and about Uorea VM Coutiuucd on ftft Two dltlon of peace. President Frost says: and their restoration to their natural affiliation with Greece. Tho llalkan states aro willing to p?rmlt areprcsin-tatlv- o of tho Mohammedan faith to religious oxcrclso his functions amongst ccplo of that faith In tho states concerned. It Is probable that final peuco arrangements will bo o I PAY UP! 1 be In No TiWI 'debt man really like toand as even to himself, we are not charging you anything for this advice and it's good advice, and "straight" at that why not taka VI MM """OLIVER PLOWS THAT ARE were made with your own especial needs in view. Th Oliver People had their factory expert down here for month finding out just what it is you require in thu plow line. "BUILT FOR SERV.IC.E'T NOW WE HAVE THE PLOWS. R. H. CHRISM AN, The Furniture Man Pace Two. THE CITIZEN fierce ImprecMlory Iam)U nlitiut you. pro prnyer-but'- March 6, 1913. The Citizen A sll pray Cannot you are (lie , One Who Worked His Way Herbert years ago n Seventy-siof (hirteen and It ts parents old New Kngland home to tho then new country of x cents. Undaunted, when his Plan was mail ', tho young man with books nml clothes In a hag over his shoulder, bad' farewell to tho homo folks ami strode away eastward to college. As hoturn-- . ed to latch tho cato, tho 'good moth-fo- r r stopped behind tho door that he might not soo tho tears sho could remember those things for the fint;-ran- not check, for he was her only son, lingers with the fragrance ff a good one and It seemed hard that he nuut go In that way. Hut sturditheir youth. She had received a good education, ly on ho tramped. Two hundred nnd in Portugal, Spain, Italy. Krance. to Switzerland, Austria and Hungary as it was considered In those days, ulxty miles of thu threo hundred at an old New England Academy and Oherlln Collego he walked. Ho reneh-e- d Wn should consider how much worse thero on Saturday night nnd stay- conditions would he In the United she had taught a school where Noah States were It not for tho activity of Webster, who wrote the dictionary. ed at tho hotel till .Monday but no the temperance people of our country was ono of tho trustees, ho wo are longer for money was too scarce. On Wn understand there It In the liquor Monday he found work hoeing In a sure that sho knew how to warehouses nn tmmnnsn amount of which Is not m certain of borne mod- - garden nml splitting wood for a widliquor which ha not yet been disern graduates. Then sho could innku ow. A parsing farmer liked tho way tributed, but which Is reckoned In the glorious pumpkin pies for we have ho swung tho nxo and hired him to Internal revenue report. day cut wood for him. That nght he slept forgotten Thanksgiving not in tho widow's barn. The next day SALOONS though that, too, was long ago. CAUSE OF TROUBLE So tho years passed nnd the rich ho found a roommate autl they rentpraer' The Conviction In Police Court of Brislands of tho West called to these ed a room In the men's hall. learning. Thero aro over 1,200 Instisturdy farmer folk and they listened. Collego furnished a bedstead, table, bane Increase Greatly When DETECTIVES IN BEREA tutions In tho United States Oram Shops Are Opened. Selling tho old place they joined n two chairs and a stove. Tli roomContinued from I'irat I'airr courses In homo economics. mate had sheets and tho widow lent party of colonists. 100 aro colleges and which In other communities might Of those, some The cltlien of tlrlsbane. Australia, straw Tho last dinner In New Kimlaml them quilts, a bod tick ami iibout 630 nro High schools. Tho Unibe suspected of handling Intoxicants. from her barn. So they were establish' were recently given a striking Illustt they ato with old friends, tho versity of California Is tho latest of They checked up tho honesty of the tration of the fact that arrests for mised and work In college commenced. family whose daughter, demeanors multiply with the opening tho large Institutions to write the student conducting tho In tho long vacation, which came was then a little girl; she afterward of saloon doors and decrease when new learning In Its catalogue along Storo. They ascertained that ffom In tho winter In thoso days, ho taught they swing shut A big strike was on (Ireek and the higher several of tho men' J dormitories there wrote, you renrmber, those delightful with Latin and school. Itcr ho learned to do whiteIn the city and many workmen were mathematics. They aro now raising was no going out at night on the stories for hoys nnd girls. As an experimental measure Uy stage, by tho Erie Canal, on the washing from a student who Is now Idle. tho money with which to endow a col- part of tho young meu. They found lakes and by teams ovcrlnnd, they tho oldest living graduate of Oherlln the saloons wero closed for one week. lege of domestic arts and sciences. It that tho great majority of students In the police courts those College. So carefully was Uu work Convictions was tho la to Mrs. Ellen Ii. Illchards, were not only free from the use of traveled and at last reached promptly dropped from elghty slt to rich prairies of northern Indiana. Car--( dono that ladles were not obliged to twenty-six- , assistant professor In sanitary chem- liquor nnd tobacco, but vigorously opnnd arrests for drunken-nrspenters hnd been sent ahead to build movo furniture or carets for ho work-e- d istry at tho Itoaton Instltuto of Tech- posed to such practices. After one so carefully that they were never week from fifty to five houses, barns and mills, but th-of prohibition tho saloons were nology, who did more than any one Thoy soon began to find, however, hail been delayed spattered. and only the barns permllled to do business from three elso to awaken tho American woman that there wero a few students nnd to six In the afternoon Convictions So as the years passd he paid exto the need of scientific preparation citizens of cnothcr kind. Thoy dis- wero built. So the first winter was nnd arrests for passed In tho new barn. .Many a morn- penses with work, teaching, selling Jumped to thirty-live- , for their llfo work of covered, for example, at the newly ing tho children awoke beneath a books and with scholarships from thu drunkennea to fourteen. Next, the sa. December 3 was Bet attart this last ....m trini iuia3 t the farm that the loons wero allowed to run twelve year as Homo Economics Day to ho stuaeuts occupying two roomu which white snow blanket. When the moth- Collego. With a very llttlo help from hours each day Convictions Jumped swept the floor there was nothing homo lu tho latter years ho tamed celebrated In her memory by schools wtT0 Betjom vUlted by teacheis, made er to eighty-eight- , and arrests for drunto tako up for It all had gone, dust his way thru collego and tho theokenness to forty The following week and colleges anil women's clubs thru- - ther0 a rt.n(Czvous for the use of to dust, through the cracks in the logical seminary and finished the nine all restrictions were withdrawn, and tho country. bacc0 and sometimes lhrnor. and In t.n- floor. With the best earn possible )ears of study without a debt. He was the convictions numbered 109. the or two private houses the tame state soino of tho cattle in tho teiniHjrary offeretl the charge of a church befor drunkenness A HEROINE INDEED. was found to exist. Before of affairs shelter died. Tho wolves heard about fore he left tho Collego building on Nature, It seems, has endowed wostubeing In Uerea two weeks, a new it and nt night howled the sad news tho day of graduation, accepted man with a capacity for suffering be!t NOT A PRODUCER OF REVENUE professed himself desyond thct of man. The faithfulness of dent, who had lar and wide. and his llfo haa been filled with use. was taken 13 tit spring a frail woman In nn emergency, under irous of procuring liquor, came at last. Tho land ful labor olnco. Intoxicating Liquor It Not Necettlty stress of mind nnd body, Is always a to Ulchmond and shewn thru the red grew green and beautiful as western Nor Luxury Fountain of Vice Tho lad of thlrtoen, who, years ago, light district, nnd two or three days prairies do. The wild geese marvel. Should De Suppressed. returned turned his faco weetward. Is now In to a led thru tho darkness I later There's Mrs. Peter Itourquc. to tho marshes; the turkeys and his ninetieth year, his faco once more tny ATTOKNKY flENKHAI, Her husband was the keeper of the "blind tiger" lu the outskirts of DAWHON prairie hens made their nests; tho toward tho sotting sun, but actlvo of Kanaat.) lighthouse on Hoard Itock Island, one rc.a. wolves withdrew and tho young still and eager to do even beyond ' Our Ideas of equity acquiesce readof tho Magdalen group. Nova Scotia. A'uout thi8 tmei otUer evidence, as ily In the doctrine that luxuries should calves called In safety to their hla strength, honored and respected During a Berce storm her husband ,, fre,,ucntly tUc cas0 t.ame ,0 U8 mothers. bear a heavier rate of taxation than for what ho has done. unexpectedly from different necssltles. Hut Intoxicating liquor Is n sllBht. UclIcat' aulto ed. Mrs. itouruue. Tho wheels of tho mill on Uerea hoyo aru not tho only boys the fought with the sea for Its ter8 80 Ulat wo loarnoJ of the mls- river began to turn. Thu llttlo lad who have eained an education; they neither a luxury nor a necettlty. It victim nnd after a heartbreaking strug- lolngs of students and citizens. It Is who loved tools, made a water wheel bolong to a noble company. Even It a vice and tho fountain of rice, and we havo no moral right to depend heartbreaking, disappointing to find gle recovered tho body. for tho mill raco back of tho house when collego days are over, wo Htlll upon vice as a source of revenue Out she was not strong enough to that some for whom wo hnd to wor; his mother-- chum. must work our way, for only ho who Luxuries are to b taxed; vice It to bring the body Into tho house and was high hope3 hav-- thus fallen. We were Furthermore, It can Tho children grew strong and hear- - works will find tho way to happiness. bo suppressed. forced to leave It lying on the rocks greatly disappointed to find thaUomc be shown from a myriad of proofs She stood literally between tho quick cltZCI13 an(J students, who hnd not that the license system Is not a rove-nu- n iiiiu tue ueau. Leaving ine ueau, site practiced producer. It Is not oven what It wrong doing themselves, hy detectives, and the men guilty SKATEMOBILE FOR THE BOYS must keep the beacon lltit burnlm: pretends to be, In cities where '.ho Eccmcd ready t bhleld or apologize for of bribing in Slaty legislatures 11 nve nnd ring the bell to save the living. complained bitterly of tho methods Youths of Eastern City Decerning Ex- ' prohibitory law has been enforced and Many times during the four days nnd it, or to speak lightly about It. And the revenue HciHises or license fines como seem-c- d that wero used to uncover their deeds. tpert In Inventing Meant of Easy find that nights of this experience she beard the wo aro shocked shut off, the Incidents of the liquor and Fait Locomotion. to havo played tho part of hyio- - In tho samu way we hear that some whistles of passing ships; but. wnrnetl business court costs, paupers, de( nro now trying to create sympathy off by the lights, they sheered nwny a desire crltes In professing Philadelphia boys nro gutting to be pendent and neglected children, and wrong-doer- s by finding fault with Her small children could not attend amendment to their teachers while for kindred public expenses, shrink also, of the lighthouse while she rowed to the they wero saying to their fellow stu tho tteoplo who detected them. Peo- - experts In the Inventionwas vehicles so that the loss of tho license revenue tho for their play First It mainland, nnd so the bravo little wo dents that they only wished to bo In fplo who havo long known of the blind then thn coasting stick nntl does not affect thn ordinary taxpayer. man stayed at her post, hoping agnlust n school Sn order that thoy might have tiger and tho tobacco Joints nntl now It Is tho skntcinobllo, which any hope of rescue. What He Made. and ed no finger to stop them are now boy can make for himself In n little opportunity for gambling Put yourself lu her place. A prosperous liquor dealer was unreasonably concerned lest while. Take an old roller skate and Wbnt stress of anxiety nnd grief nntl other cilmtu&l activities. Somo cf the most boasting to a group of men standing votitti? iteonln who wero oxnollod and somo young men may huiu been led mourning! And while thus sutTerlu near his saloon of the amount of vu Khali follow with hope- - Into temptation by tho detectives' In mind and body one compelling j dismissed money ho had made, To all such wo may say two things: thought was ever before her: ful prayers, while somo who still "I have mado $1,000 In the last There on thu rocks lay tho First, uo young man has committed tcmain wo must look u;on with anxthree months," he said, body of her husband demandwish his first or his second offencu In thu iety, If not suspicion. I ouly "You havo mado more than that," ing Christian burial quietly remarked a listener. that thceo who havo talked against presence of detectives. Thu detectives Uu- t"What la that?" was the quick retho collego regulations and have tried havo simply brought to light persons Out yonder on tlie ocean wero ships sponse. could know who wero systematically concealing freighted with precious nrgoslcs. Hu- to conceal wrong-doer"You have made my two sons man lives were dependent upon her of tho great effcrts tho teachers a fixed courso of wrong doing. drunkards. You havo mado . their Second, in nil cases tho detectives havo put forth to Interest our young light to save them from the peril of the woman. You mother a broken-heartopeopln In that which Is good and keep havo given corroltoratlvo evldenc, rocks have mado much more than I reckon, ' Her duty wns to the living. them from that which is evil. And I telling whero articles, might bo found, but you'll got the full account some Her endurance hail reached the lim- wish that they could know homethlng or referring to others who had knowl day!" it Her supplies were running low. of tho anguish ot parents and friends edge, or relying upon tho frank conand her little ones were threatened which is occasioned by tho downfall fession of tho wrong-doer- s Had Deen Tried, themselves. with starvation. The police court magistrate ot a Tho members of thu detective buof thesd young people who might ' Nevertheless southern town was talking to his Nerving herself to her-- task, throiiKh havo been shielded from temptation reau and tho offlcoru ot tho law confriend, a distiller. "Judge," he naked, until their own good character and in- ducted themselves with great credit. blinding tears she faithfully tended the "havo you ever tried tny number one They wero sagacious, courageous and estadependence of temptation was beacon nntl rang the bell. brand of old MarkhamT" "No, John," withal kindly. Any parent would Supreme courage dlvlno courage-ke- pt blished. admitted the magistrate, "but 1 tried her stanch nnd faithful. Tho arrest of Mr. Scott aud his havo been satisfied If ho could havo threo men In court today who had finally, almost a week after her hus- customors was mado on Saturday seen Cant. Shoit's examination or tried It." band was drowned, the brave guardian night, nnd ut tho samo tlmo tho tho young men. The Skatemoblle. of the lights, with her little ones, was search of a number of students' rooms, It is noticeable that the chief ofCod's Great Lovers. rescued hy tho chance call of n steamer suspicion and some merely fenders aro net among our mountain cut It In two crosswise. Take a strip Could woman's fortitude aud loyulty somo on There are the same difficulties In long to divert attention, rovealed many studeuts but students from tho ot stout wood about four foet further go) enforcing the restrictions of license as things which thu school authorities "bluo grass" or tho North. It Is also anil threo Inches wide and nail a pair thoto of prohibition. We have alto of wheels under each ond. Nail an notlccablo that a large proportion aro empty wore lu duty bound to Know. rHAYERS. box In the center of thn board learned that If prohibition doet not alPrayer la the tout's sincere dtalr As la always tho caso thero Is among thoso who havo been permitand fasten a ttlck acrotB tho top of ways prohibit, nolther does civilisaUnuttered or expressed. some attempt to dlvort attention from ted to have rooms and board outsldo thttt box, to act aa a pair of handles tion always civilize, nor education edAll persous pray. Chrlitlanlse. a tho wickedness ot tho sins that havo of collego buildings. on either side. This vehicle can be ucate, nor Chrttttantty Some of them may do so unconscious All in all, tho discoveries thus far made to turn corners when the boy It Hut they are Ood's great levers by boon uncovered by finding fault with ly; some pray on their knees; somo on coattlng on It If he will lean toward which we can lift; his blessed tools their feet; somo pray aloud; soma utter thoso who brought this evil to light. fill us with gratltudo that so many tho tide he wants to turn, as In roller ' with which we can work; his Isavsa The men who by dynamite blow poo-pl- o of our young pooplo seem qulto firmuo word-b- ut all pray. skating. Somo boys cut a bole in ths In the lump ot huasanlty obedient U to death In Los Angeles express- ly established In right principles, but Home pray In thought or desire; some front o the box, set a piece ot (bus ths slow, sure law of growth. Jftms as feeling In deed; some pray piteous prayers; ed thomaolvcs greatly with great dlshcartenmcnt that we In It and burn a candle Inside at ess E. Wlllard. soma Jhw prwyor of .anfulthijwjnojhe wronged because they were detected have failed with others. nlghL .v I Here Is n crippled boy. lie llei with family ntsrtptpor for ill thit It right, twlted leg In n tile bnby carriage nml I true and Inttrtitlnf. to t lie passersby ofToni lend pencil If you will look Into hln eyes you will Pu1illhH every T!titrily t Petea. Ky eo mi appealing prnyer Hhe set. Yonder N a scrubwoman BEREA PUBLISHING CO. up ill y oVIuek In ttie morning ami (lnrrMrlrIJ A to $. She walk scrub Hours from J, P. FuUnrt Editor and Manfr. to and fniin tlie big o(llro building li nave ear fare. I there not a prayer In Subscription Rntos tier very attitude there on tier knee l!l lllll. ft... ,t..lt.. (WMIPl I'.WA tll.lt IS ADVANCK i 00 )n There Ii a woman w ith fatlel fare Year . " and hardened .il Montht hnmM Once she win rhree Month ii pretty, but work anil deprivation li:te robbed tier, and hevnuie slie no lotmei or Kaprta Monrjr Send ntonerliy Order, Itraft.'KegUtereU Letter, orotic ami two please her hruteof a husband lie beat cenl atampa. her She lin' hud liliu arretted, hut The dale ftrr tour name on label atiowa to In het not want In priweeute what date ytmr mitwcrlitloii la paid. If It It not due Hie player of perplexity. chanretl within three wceki after renewal race notify u. And yonder Ii a young fellow- win MlMlnje ntimleia wilt t gladly aupptled if we in drunken fienzt iwed a knife tin are notified, Sorry enough now, In Liberal lettna g(en to any who obtain new hl friend tuUcrlptlnnifor u. Any one wiullng in four pine Ii the prnjcr of retnnrxe free yearly aulxrlpllonacatt tecriteTHe Cltifen Thai pimr girl for himself for one ear Advertiaing rate on application. She walk gnyly riiiiugli tonight Hill he bus Hold lieielf fur bread, and iiiilil yon liNik' when. she aee MtMtiua or Herself at die K ton woilltl ultne-o- . h lirntoruf agony and Anil Unit uintller'M fine Can yuti not Me In It in iie fondly prayer fur theli UMikH on lier Iji !?protection nml future? See the attllllde ol tin Prayer tinpeless dweller if the slum; watch TRUSS ASSOCIATION. KKNTX'CKY Hie tortured renin rex of the pain riicktil hiixpltal patient: peer Into tilt heart of the sulfide If only we rmild THE NEW LEARNING read the heart. of xltinlug. sitfTerlni; tool the world nmuiid Tho trend In education Is to tho What pniyerx! practical. Tho following taken from ' And seine of lliem we ran help Ko"To Day" for March, bIiowb that answer We raiinet pretend we tin not rea Collego Is In the van In practical see or hear (lie pints Itll- tIlitvliii: m'uii .so mill Ii nml listened ho education with courses in oug. lire we lieetmiltt!: enlloiii ami nit Farming and Carpentry. g mny bo arlttK' "Scientific If so what a ehanee we miss to heip cald to have reached tho stago where UimI answer soin,. of these It Is now an established branch of J M. Williams ty for pioneer life agreed with them. careful- to ixs a (Conducted by tha National Wnman'a L'lirta llan Tvmperattea Union I little l.ul left th-- lr settle In northern 'Their mother trained them l'wlte I - 11 lr. The old Connecticut farm had lien tlie family for a hundred yearn, tt had a romantic, but rocky history. Only the thrift and Industry of Hit occupant provided a comfortable liv ing, When, some years before, the joug farmer brought his brhlo to the old homestead, she found It u pleasant place. New Knglantl winters may be severe, but tho summers nro delight ful. Th'! sunlight fell In shifting splash. les through the trees nlong the drive, Tho birds Ming In tho branches thru nil the summer day. The white roue leaned In at the window with a frag- rant welcome for tho young housewife as she- went about her duties, Jut ns It had wclcnid mnxy who hodpr"c d. ed her. I know that the rose, was there she told mo about It, the grand- They mther. years and years ago In ' - Indiana. ly. 80 tho young lad grow young man, tall and strong he was In those days. There were traditions In tho family ntul ho resolved to have n better education. Hut the lather had put nil his money Into land. There was plenty to eat find wear, hut scarcely any one In all that new country had any money, except the grandfather who drew n (tension as n Ilcvolutlonary soldier. To him tho nclghltors had to come, to borrow money to wy the postage when they received a lett-for the jtostago was paid In that way then and. If from a dlstnnce. It ' twenty-flvo SUNMYSCIW Lesson (Ilr n, O. HKM.KHH, lllrerlnr of ulna Department The Mixi.tr liible of f'hlragti.) OUR CONSUMPTION OF LIQUOR . Compares Favorably With That ot Other Countries, Thankt to Activity of Temparanea Paopl. LESSON FOR MARCH THE DESTRUCTION TKXT-Oen, 9 11 perance agitators. When temperance people are told that tho report of the commissioner of Internal revenue ahowi an Increase In tho ntitnut of the brewer and tho distillers, we must consider the Increasing number of Immigrants who come to our rutin-trwith their own Idea of liquor drinking. The quantity of beer con u tned per capita In the United Stn 0 It not a great at In llulgltim, the United Kingdom, Oermany or Den mark, and our per capita consumption of distilled liquor Is less than that of Denmark. Hungary, Austria, Krance. the Netherlands and Sweden The quantity of wine consumed In the United States I less per capita than of Our per capita consumption liquor cotnpnrei favorably with that of other countries, thankt to tho tem- OF SODOM. U.1MT, Zl . I.KKHON (IOI.IIKN TI'XT "Come y oat from llirni, a ml ha e senaratt anllh anion lit Uitil, end lunch no unrlran thing." .I7. Cor I No teacher of thla lesion should omit a study of chapter 18, oven though ho may not refer to It explicitWo have there ly In thla connection. presented a believer's privilege, (1) friendship (v 17) (a) with (lod, (b) (2) Intercettlon, v, S3; with man. (3) knowledge, v. ZS, 1 c. The art. the power, tho place, tho glory, the spirit, of Intercession, yea, the blotting of Intercession la to be coveted llouS-'keeP-In- homo-makin- today-offerin- Al-co- ' ' s y ' home-makin- to-o- ut sixty-seve- ' s ' , r push-mobil- e 11ft-a- ' unsop-ulchere- s, I CJr I by all hellevrs. Abrahara'a Intercettlon prevailed though outwardly It termed to fall, tee 19:26. The pre pared teacher ought alto bo faro lar with the ttory of the change Abram't name and of Ood's with Abroham and Sarah as recorded In chapters t? and 18. Lot and Sodom. Lot had I, The Warning, vv "pitched hla tent toward! Sodom," aud now tho time for tho execution of another Judgment upon tin had arOod, however, here gives ut rived. another Illustration of his morcy which always precedes Judgmont. That mercy was not only to a righteous man, one who had therefore a degree of worthiness, but also to au undeserving member of thn same family, aee 7:1 and Acts 16 31 First of all. Is called upon to separate himself from hla neighbors. IM attempted to convoy this warning to hla sons but It was too late, hla testimony, hit manner of life, his alma, and tils ambitions had corresponded with theirs for such n period of time that the fact of hla belonging to the family of thu promise was forgotten and "he semetl as ono that mocked unto hla sons In law." God Is calling ua from tho corruptions and the plagues of llabylon (Itev IS ) and to separate ourselves from Sodom, see tho golden text. While Ood Is long suffering (2 Peter, 3 9) wo must also remember that If men will sin willfully. It they persist In their wickedness. Judgment Is sure to follow, v 13, also 2 When Judgment docs Peter 3 10, 11 come, ns It did In this case, (lod knows how to save his own, 2 Peter 2:7-9- . Tho voice of sin cries from our cities today The voice of poverty, of Intemperance, of Injustice and It reaches 'before the faco of tho Ixird," (Jas. & t and miles America heeds, unless men repent, Ood will mott certainly punish, Acta 17.30, 31. This punishment of Sodom wns not only the development of their own wickedness, but by direct agency of Ood's destroying angels. I,ook up the subject of Judgments Lot, wo are told, was a righteous man, 2 Peter 2:7, but ho waa mott sudly connected with tho world, und hence lost his testimony (v. It) The church of today Is constuntly hinder ed by the Incubus ot believers of this type. Ood expects thu dlaclplo to so separatn himself from things that though ho may bo "in tho world, tin It not of the world." Kven lnt was loath to leave (vv. IS, 16), and later many of thn Ureal-Ite- s were full of regret over thu missing flesh-potof Kgypt. The augnls of Ood had to fairly drag Uit out ot thn doomed city. Ho camo neur losing his very lift; as he persistently clung to his property The greatest weapon nnd the must urtlclent one thn devil hns to use lu his warfare for human souls Is procrastination Cod's Patience. Tho long sunerlng nnd patience o Ood are most wonderfully shown I verse It',, and the whole secret of Uit'a was mersalvation wns that tho ciful unto lilm," Kph 2 8 II. Tho Destruction, vv Lot escaped to a llttlo city, .oar, which Ood In his mercy promised not to destroy (v. 21), and It was not till Iot was clear ot Sodom that destruction camo. Ood couVd not brenk his word. Ho had promised Abram, aud had Abram pursued his Importunities, chapter 18, doubtless uvea Sodom might not havo been so utterly Thero was, as has boon suggested, probably a volcanic eruption of guses, petroleum, etc., but there accompanied It a supernatural manifestation nlso, for It "rained down," v 2t. Tho words "looked back," referring to Ixat's wlfo. Imply more than u muro passing glanco. Her heart was In tho city sho was leaving, that city so full of pride, of broad, and of ease, Kiuk. 1C;49. Shu died as did Pliny at Pompoll, suffocated by tho gases, and her body became with tho salt. Lite Is a gift ot Ood, wo hold It only upon certain conditions; we can cbooso good or evil. Ood loves us and wishes all men to be saved, prom-Iso- s pardon to the penitent and foretells doom for tho Impenitent. Mr, Moody's story ot "Judge Lot" would be effective In presenting this letton. Pretent to tho boys the slogan of "clean living; clean speech; clean athletics." Forgot not to show lore to strangers, Heb. 13:1. Sodom needed ten men to redeem It. What American city has but ten righteous men In It! Head Deut. 32:30. The pun17-2- 1 Iit "lrd 23-2- ishment ot crime la a stern necettlty. Mfarch 6, 1913 ON SKATES. THE CITIZEN. Page Three. Cornerofy (Juniorj AMUSING THERESA'S PLAN WON I don't ear for an afrnplnna, I lfve thnn all tirhlnd. I don't fare for nn ntiln car Jmt make It ukati-- for luln. Ill, CABINET m By HARMONY WEt-LE- lhr's Home; Illll tlrown, I'll run Mm TRICK WITH WHEEL Seems to Revolve Automatically Without Any External Power Apparatus la Very 8lmple. Tim myBtery of tills wheel la thnt It seems to rovolvo nutomntlcnlly without any vlslblo external powor. It la nt tho samo tlmo an amusing trick and an Instructive experiment. Tho apparatus rniutrcil la very simple anil can ho mndo nt home, snys tho Popu-ln- r Mechanics. A Klaus hottln la half filled with snml and water, 10 thnt It will stand securely, and n cork placed In tho neck Into this cork a needle should ho Inserted no thnt It projects perpendicularly, which la moat cnally dono by heating ono end of tho necdlo to n red heat and then pushing It Into tho cork aa deeply na poaalhto. Into n dlak of cork of aullnbln thickness and at four polntB on Ita tide, aa equal npnrt, nro Inserted four plccea of copper wlro of tho same length, 1'iicti bent nt the outer end to form a hook there copper wlrea thus forming tin? spokes of tho wheel. Tho rim to mnde of n aninll Iron wlro bent In n HERB Is nhtindant evldoncn thnt nil classes of vrgcta oles and fruit may he held In n sound condition without the use of preservatives." Jordan. SAVORY FISH. ' served In hnd never, during hei years, dono anything ot which her parent might disapprove. Tawny of hair and with great smoldering brown eyes, tho girl could be cither n snlnt or a sinner, but as II happened Theresa had chosen tho for- - Theresa twenty-al- Thinks Iih can sksti- - Hut, I've nn! Mm lirnt a Imlf n mile Jul any kind of ilay. , It's oft to school, then txtrk nicnln You're sum til Ik- - nn time you have got n piilr of skates If Krcn ii!nri nknlm, like mini-- , UNIQUE TOY FOR SMALL BOY Old Man's Leg Swings and Dandles Youth Upon Foot Weloht Keepi Up Motion for Long Time, What small boy lias not ridden A cock horso to llnnhury Cross." 'or wherever tho town wna? A Missouri man hus devised n toy which portrays this operation In nn amusing fash Ion Tho figure of an old man, prob ably meant for grandfather, Is seated on n chair. Ono leg Is crossed over Myiterioui Revolving Wheel. tho other and swings on n pivot. A circular shape and held In the hooka balancing weight Is secured to the on tho end of the copper wlrea. Tho upper end of tho moving leg, and this now completed wheel la balanced on weight moves with thu hollow- - body tho free point on tho needle, no thnt It of tho man and keeps tho leg swingenn turn cually ing for n long time. Tho figure of n I'laco nn nlcohol lamp In nuch a small boy Is tented astride the old that when It la lighted tho tip mnn'a foot, mid hanging Inside his of thu (latno will Juat reach tho rim of body Is a weight which cnunterbaltho wheel. (Any other flamo that will not soot tho rim may bo used.) In the box A, placed with Ita bottom love) with the wheel, put a horicahoo mag net to that tho flame, la oppoilto one of Ita polea. After thn lamp has been lighted .for a few seconds, tho wheel will begin to revolve, seemingly with out cause. Why does It do so? the magnet magnetites or at trncts the part of tho ring nearest It while cold, but not when It l glow lug. Instead, It will attract tho cooler pnrt of tho ring nearest behind the flame and to on, tho wheel thus spin nlng round, fnster In tho snmc proportion as tho magnet la stronger and the Iron rim smaller If this experiment Is shown before spectators aa a trick, tho performer may say to tho audience that ho alone can mnko tho wheel spin around with out touching It. Should some one his challenge, ho may. In a cure-lesway, move thu box containing the magnet away or turn It around so that An Amusing Toy. It will not Influenco the Iron ring and then, of course, the wheel will remain nnces that on hls grandfather's leg Immovnbln. ni d prolongK the motion. Still another weight hangs from tho old man's TO OPERATE A TOY DERRICK lirad and makes him nod back and forth as ho dandles his grandson up Object of Invention of New York Man and down. Is to Provide Mechanism for Handling Small Loads. RIDDLES. t 1 Ex-Presid- ent Taft How- On tho 4th of March William onerous ard Tart joined tho distinguished ranks Ho and Theodore of Roosevelt aro now Hi a class by themselves. A club of two Is npt to bo monotonous, and whether these gencluh tlemen will form an Is K).llily open to question. Tho closing days of his administration wcro sjicnt In a great iuvhb of business, yet truo to his genial disposition tho ftutul time for a friendly word of farewell to different friends nnd Institutions with which lit) had been affiliated. His sermon, Sunday, was comewliat notable ae It is tho first lcpoited utterance of that chraacter that wo have seen, and responsible duties, The cares of office liavo not broken lilm Is that of a down. His nppca-anc- c man In good health. Doubtless a distinguished and useful career is still iHtforo him. The Scientific Amerlcnn In describWhy Is education llko n tnilor? ing an Invention of A I'fulffer of Ib'cnuso It forms our habits. city says: W by am the legs of an fel"In this case tho nlm of tho Inven- low llko nn organ grinder? Is to provide a now and Improved tor llccnusii they carry a monkey about mechanism for operating toy derricks the ktrccts. i arranged to raise, lower or awing Why Is n blacksmith llko a safo small loads by tho use of a motor Bleed? easily controlled driven mechanism HeiAuso ono is a horseshoer and tho by children, affording considerable other Is n sure. homo. amusement and nt tho snmo tlmo proWhy Is a pawnbroker llko a drunk-ardviding nn Instructive toy. A boy or HecuuBQ ho takes tho pledge but other child enn readily control tho t motor by manipulating tho reversing alwnys keep It. rendlly control lover thereof, nnd also Why aro photographers tho most (ho two handles for operating the uncivil of all tradesmen? Ilccnuse whim wo mako application for our photographs they begin with a negative). Why aro gloves articles? llecauso thty aro rondu to bo kept on hand. Why do sheep resemble fast young men? llecauso they gamhlo (gambol) In their youth, nro always on tho turf, are very frequently blacklegs, nnd aro universally fleeced. What part of a locomotive requires tho most attention? New-Yor? can-ou- The "tender" part. The Reason. Operating a Toy Derrick. derrick with a vlaw to raise or lower tho load, to awing tho boom up or down or slduwiso on turning the post. A aide elevation of tho Invention la hown In the Illustration. The family were seated at the luncheon table In tho seashore cottage. "Wo had a flno giiao," said father, triumphantly recounting tho morning's battle on the diamond. "I caught two flies." Below Par. Alice wont to church with her aunt ono Sunday morning. Tho aunt gave Ethel's Climax. thu child a penny to put In the collecLittle Ethel had been brought up tion plate and then took another coin out of her pocketbook for her own use with a firm hand and was always Alice leaned over toward her aunt taught to report misdeeds promptly One afternoon she. came sobbing peniand whispered; "How much are you going to give, tently to her mother "Mother. I I broke a brick In the anntlo?" " The aunt opened her hand and dis- fireplace It might "Well, be worse. Hut how closed a silver dollar. the little on earth did you do It, Ethel?" "Oh, nuntlo," exclaimed your watch." "1 pounded It with girl In great excitement, "don't you do It! It lni'1 worth It!" Harper's. Hazor Harper' Uaxar. l.lttlo Iyottle wna silent, evidently thinking It over. At last, "Mother," she cried, with the manner of one who has made a great discovery, "I know now why daddy don't ever play baseball In tbo winter time. It's because there Isn't any flics." Lipplncott'a. After a triumphant little glance at her handiwork sho sped quickly up the path and into the house. Breath less and guilty she watched the approaching motor from her window among the roses. As tho car drew nearer Theresa felt a cold chill run down her spine. "What If anything should happen and he should be hurt?" she whispered to the roses. She had prepared herCouldn't Keep Secret. self In a way for the report of a IIo leaves many friends in Washing"You havo been a very naughty punctured tire but was not listening ton. Tho family go to Augusta, (la.. boy today, Harold," said his mother, for the terrible explosion ot all four Inter to New Haven whero ho be"and I shall tell your father when he of them. comes Kent Professor of I.nw at n She fell back against the wardrobe comes home." much reduced salary but with less "Oh, of course!" exclaimed Harold In her room and could not summon courage to look out nnd seo tho result "You never could keep a secret" of her endeavor. Down In the road a man was muttering short. Improper words. He was standing beside his big motor car, the tires of which wero all as flat as a BEREA, KENTUCKY Twilight had fallen piece of linen. with swift wings and tho road was A FEW OF THE BARGAINS WE ARE OFFERING no more than a road. And through the soft twilight Number t. We have 5000 acres of coal and timThe following business and property must be Theresa heard her father's volco in ber liind in Harlan Co., Ky., eight miles from Harsold together with property described above. This conversation with the man of the lan Town, on Martins Fork of Cutnbetland River is a business house, two story frame building, 35 x motor. "We have food and beds to spare." for sale. This coal land is the finest in the state Co on a lot 40 x 80 and is the only hardware store her father was saying. "Come in nnd nnd has ns much as 30 feet of coal in the hills. in town. This property is worth $900.00. Present spend the night with us. We are alVeins running in thickness from 3 10 1: feet. stock of goods will invoice about $1,000.00 and is ways glad to welcome a stranger at , Geological reports show that it is fine coke quality. wotth 100 cents to the dollar. Good terms given. our table." glad," murmured Theresa. "O, how the coal proposition there are many acres Her heart was beating now with the Number 5. One two story frame business house success of her scheme and her cheeks of finest white oak and all kinds of timber. We on Main Street, Russell Springs, Russell Co.,Ky. wero flushed. Thcro was something can ell this land fiom 80 acres to 5000 in one hidden In the depths of her eyes and Worth $1,400.00. Good terms. block. Titles are absolute. Write for further as she descended tho stairs perhaps tho saint nnd tho sinner were oddly particulars. Number 6. Farm laying two and one half miles combined. Theresa felt very much Number 2. This property is a health resort and from Russell Springs, Russell Co., Ky., containing like the sinner as sho found herself looking into John Illdgeway's eyes. hotel in Russell Springs, Russell Co., Ky., and 450 acres, 300 cleared and under fence, rest in tim"It Is strange." ho was saying, consists of ten and three quarter acies. Fronting ber. Sandy loam, clear of stones and lays rolling. "that I havo gone over this road twlco Thirty acres in grass, forty in wheat, sixty acres a day for two years nnd this Is the 470 feet on Main Street, three acres in original forest, and lawn. In center of lawnji mineral spring fresh cleared, has been cultivated only two years. first time; " Ho stopped short, whethFour room tenement house with barns, one new er from tho effect of Theresa's blush of national reputation for its health-givin- g propor the curvo of her lips ho knew not. framed, nine room resident building, ceiled and "I havo not lived hero so long," she erties. Three acres in pasture, balance in woodmeaning beneath was land. Frame .hotel, two stories, sixteen rooms, papered. This farm will cost you $20.00 per acie. said and the to of course lost John Itldgoway. "It well arranged and lighted. Cottage of eight rooms, Is fortunate that tho accident to your Number 7. We also have residence property stock barn of ten stalls and all necessary out buildand building lots in the beautiful College town, tires happened when you wcro near a house," she added. ings, liicknell and Harris owns this property and B :rea, Ky., for sale on reasonable terms and "Very, very fortunate," Illdgeway it is now for sale or lease for the year 1913. said and tho truo meaning was not prices. lost upon Theresa. Write for prices. "I knew I would like him," she told Number 8. Blue grass farm, in Clark Co., thirNumber 3. This is a business proposition in herself with an Inward chuckle. teen miles south of Lexington, containing 107 the town of Russell Springs, Russell Co., Ky. "I suppaso you will never uso this The real estate consists of a lot 40 x So on Main acres, well fenced, lays almost in a square, pike road again," Theresa suggested with a raising of tho lashes. Stnet with n two story biick building, 25 x 60 nil, running thru farm. Residence nnd all necessary demure tho contrary," laughed Itldgo"On buildings in good repair, and as good blue grass way, well nt ranged nnd iquijped with counters and "It may bo that I will give up is in Clark Co. This farm can be business entirely and tako to driv shelves. Pi ice 4,000. Present stock of general land as there ing back and forth In front ot this had now for $100.00 per acre. This is a great merchandise will invoice, sny about $7.000. 00. most delightful farmhouse" bargain. Write to us at once. clean nnd dependable. Can sell presIt was not until after dinner when her father and Itldgoway were having Number 9. We have some very fine boundaries to the dollar, or ent stock now at ninety-fivcents a smoko and her mother was reading will exchange this whole plant for a good blue of white oak, chestnut oak, poplar and other kinds that Theresa found time to slip off unobserved. Out Into the darkness she grass farm near some good town and school. Volof timber for sale. If interested write us. sped with the great kitchen broom ume of cash business done last year about $16,000. Number 10. The best farm anywhere near Derea. trailing behind her. The night wns Number 4. This pioposition is not to large as black but she had no difficulty In findthe other one but however is a good one. Thirtt en Just outside of corporation, contnining 100 acies, ing the rough scattering of glass on all newly fenced, and in four fields, water in each the road. With a firm 'swing of the acres level land, seven acres cleared, the rest in field. All kinds of fruit, best farm house in the broom Theresa swept that trail of her small timber, with young orchard, new framed five guilt out ot the sight of men. good barn and out buildings. This farm Rldgeway glanced up as Thereat room residence, ceiled and papered Ihruout, with country, entered the room. good well water in back porch. Good nine stall can now be had for $125.00 per acre. "I would have broken a million botstock barn and nil necessary out buildings. This tles." the told herself with happiness, If you are in the market for anything in our line, "Just property lays one quarter of a mile from post write us what you want, and we will try to please eyea." to icq that expression In hia office, Russell Springs, and is worth $1,500.00. you. I Several positions nro calling for men of makcd ability. Wo wonder If Roosevelt hrj not looked with longing eyes toward tho dictatorship r.f Mexico, Wo nominate him for the po3i Hon. In ten years tlmo ho could do good work. Ho might eliminate the grafter, of whmi there aro many, tho welfare cf tho common )eo-pl- o who greatly need It and liavo both a strenuous and distinguished career. New York City badly needs a Mayor who cau get a grasp on public affairs. William Howard Tatt may yet havo a career a3 Mayor of New York and bring that much misgoverned city up to tho level of Hoilln. What a record thia would be. B Any fresh or salt codfish may bo a chowder, making a very acceptable dish. It salt fish la used, soak nnd shred it, then odd to tho chowder the last few moments of Its cooking. Fry a piece of salt pork cut In dice; a slice or two will be sufficient for a family of four or five. Fry n golden brown, add a sliced onion or two and a half dozen of sliced potatoes; Just cover with water and cook until the vegetables aro tender, then add the shredded (lull (a half pound Is sufficient), a quart of milk nnd half a dozen milk crackers which have been scalded In boiling water. Servo a cracker in each dish of boup. Flaked Crab Meat Fricassee. Cook finely 'pepper, ono small green chopped, two small onions, four of butter slightly browned, one and a half cupluls of crab meat, and cook five minutes. Add Ave of flour and when well mixed pour on a cup and a half of chicken Season with two tablespoon-fui- s stock. of orango Juice, two of lemon julco, a halt tcaspoonful of paprika, salt and pepper to tasto. Just before serving add a third of a cup of heavy cream and the yolks of two eggs diluted with two tablespoonfuls of en am. cube Savory Fish. Cut a of fat salt pork Into dice and try out. To three tablespoonfuls of salt pork fat. add the same amount of flour and stir until well blended; then add a cup and a half of milk; boll nnd add a cup of flaked halibut or haddock, s of a cup of potato cubes which have been cooked, then the pork cubes and the yolks of two eggs. Sfason to taste. Oyster Fricassee. To a cup of oysters, reserve the liquor, and heat boiling hotr add the oysters, and when plump remove, add enough cream to make a cupful, thicken with butter and flour blended, add an egg well beaten nnd pour all over well buttered toasL Sprinkle with finely chopped table-spoonfutwo-incthree-fourth- "But now," muttered Theresa while she watched a great automobile whirling out of sight along tho dusty road, "I am going to turn sinner. I simply man must know that who has just passed by In his motor. It Is positively wicked that n mascu-linperson should bo so much alono not to mention feminine ones," Theresa sighed, nnd her eyes absorbed the vast beauty of the farm upon which she hnd been spending tho summer. "I believe," sho ruminated, with a shy, sweet smile, "that t could really good-lookin- lovo him, If I only know him." e table-spoonfu- ls Then, out of her strong dcslro to acquainted with tho man who twice dally whizzed past tho farm house on his way to business In the city, Theresa formed a plan. During tho nftcrnoon when every-onabout the farm was cither sldep-Inor busily engaged, Theresa made her way to the thicket of fir trees. Once within tho shelter sho drew from her ample, pocket three empty ale bottles which she had secured from tho kitchen. A moment later she had broken them Into Jagged pieces and put them Into a cigar box. Making her way stealthily toward tho ham sho next addec a score of thin rusty nails to her box and some sharp steel g o j filings. "Surely some of theso will punc-- I ture at least ono tiro," was tho thought centered In Theresa's mind whllo sho made her way back to tho house. She put her treasure within the thicket ol vines thnt clustered over tho porch then swung herself Into the big hammock to await the twilight hour. "He generally passes about 7:30," she decided before slipping off into a short nap. It was the toot of tho motor horn far in the distance that awakened Theresa. Sho Jumped up hurriedly, picked up her box of evil looking glass, nails and filings and stolo swiftly down to the roadside. With trem bling fingers she strewed tho con-- ' tents of her box across tho width ot the road and tossed the box into the hedge. j cJery. Salmon shredded and mixed with a good salad dressing, a bit of cabbage and a chopped pickle or two makes a fine salad. Codfish served In a cream sauce with baked potatoes Is a homely dish but one that Is a favorite with many BICKNELL & HARRIS, Real Estate Agents He-id- es e Paqe Four. THE CITIZEN. I ii March 6, 1913. BY gooooBooaooooooeoooooooooooauu I NEWS r 1. cnifco g liuidiM a It n M ?ry 1'u7,t; I SERMON AND LECTURE WRIGHT PROF. LOCAL PAGE OF BBRBA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A I "Appalachian America" Monday night R BETTER BAKING nm' commanding, with tho sympathetTho third of tho Student Problem lu voice, and tho air of one nnxlou lclal knouledgo of Tho little son of .Mr. Henry Jones Series was led by Henry LIchtwnrdt ' V lo In seriously III with pneumonia. last Sunday night tn tipiier chapel. I Science and Theology with nil the His subject was "Deccltfulncss," nnd world. collegeTtems tho mating was an Interesting one. ! 11,8 crnwn nt tho Un,un Cm,rch' The officers elected, Wednesday SuniUy 'norlnK- - wn8 Rrnilr b,I'I-wns "Nevertheless, tho 'Thu t01 Tho students met for department the 26th nr..- - Divieh I. CITY I'llONK 13 chapel, Tuesday. Lectures wcro given, 'dent; Robert Murphy. Vlco President: ,0,"uIft,lo of Ood s'nndeth sure." 1M Office over Berea Bank Sc Trust Co. to tho collego department by IX'an Hen nolllna. Tren.iiror. Ignorant ul'K"n w,l 11,0 Blor n,l of negroes who were rx- , congrcgntlon Hubbnrd on "ICthlcal Education," to iilfrni.u. s.w.rr.nrv U, I ",clcr8 or f,,lllnR "lnr8 The Y. M. C. A. new has a member-- c,!w' by the Academy students by Piof. Peck hl( DAN H. BRECK Cmo ln BrCnt cluslcr8 "Conservation," and to the Nor- - ship of 350. which Is thlrtyslx more on mny years ago. iney Fire. Life. Accident, and Live Stock mat Dept by Dr. Howard on "The At members than wot 1umo enrolled this j gathered tho church house, pro- INSURANCE tltudo Towards Children." Miss Bar- time Inst year. , pared to seo Christ emtio In tho clouds. Institute, led chapel ker, from Lincoln Will sign your bond. 1,1,1 lhuy hcanI of 01,0 "e,"'Mr ' UnCDITal EDCC BCn Clllln JUchmomi, Ky. exercises lu the main chapel for the Phone 505 nUOrilAL rnCCOCU rUrlU tho congregation who was not there Foundation students. 1" n place Have you mailed your subscription mul 8t"nt for lllm 1" A basket ball game was played, Mon day, between mixed teams of the col to tho hospital free bed fund? If not , of 8afot'- - ''8 answer was "Brethren, North Bound, Local 1 a,n chlti ho north star. I don't academy players. They tld pleaso mako use of the stamped nd- 7:00 a. m. 10:66 p. m, lego and Knoirlllo Uttli? score dressed envelope In your letter and , caro ,or nono of 1,11,80 hf 1:62 a. m. ed off as Yalo and Harvard. The p. m 1:07 UKItEA mnll It at once. Only nbout half , " tews, When tho north star falls was 57 to 20 ln favor of Yalo. 7M6 a.m. 6:30 p. m. ClnclnnaU w"1 1)0 Msl'tened and get ready, An old Bcrca student, Claude l)e- - enough for tho bed has been subfcrb-- , South Bound, Local toa" "So" 8al11 ,,rt'- - Wright, "many gives thus far. Such a charity should np 8:16 p. m. Baun. who Is ln South America 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati Apartado No. 2'JO Quito, peal to every one. If you haven't re people nro frightened by falling me 12:34 p. in. 12:33 a. ni. his address a3 BEREA reived n subscription blank tall up teors and don't look nt tho great fix- 7:00 p. m. 6:60 a. ra. Eucador. Knoxvllle 8,11,8 of "eavenly truth Misses Cora and Lillian Kelly left, Dr. Cowley nnd he will send you one. Express Train. "Among these fixed stars there Is Committee. Sundav morning, with their fnth r I No. 32 will atop at Berea to UUo homo at Kvarts, Ky. on paasengora for Dayton, 0., Rich- for their MIsscj Rcmalno nnd Edith Holzer I Cotum-tumond, Ind., indlanapolli, Ind from Norwood, Ohio, aro visiting O., and points beyond. with their aunt, Miss Inura Orr, who South Bound. grade in j Is a teacher In tho eighth 8:00 a. tn. Cincinnati tho Fouudatlan Schools, 11:55 a. m. DEUBA Tho ctudcnU from Jackson County j No. 33 will atop to take on pasheld a social In No. 37 Industrial build- sengers for Atlanta and point ing, Monday night. There were forty or fifty present, and nn enjoyable North Bound evening was spent, 4:46 p. m. BKREA Misses Raymond and Welsh hp:nt p. m. 1:37 ClnclnnaU Monday with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Herudon at their hospitable home on ' Miss Viola Click entertained a num- Richmond pike. ber of her friends at the home of Mls3 Marlst D. Parker, tho Dean of Mr. and Mrs. Will Flanery during vee-pe-r Women at Lincoln Institute, Is spend- hour last Friday night. An en- lng a few days in Bcrca. j ' joyable evening was passed w'th music A letter from Geo. Haldane, who and games after which refreshments has charge of tho Olive Hill, Ken- wcro served. tucky, schools, states that he Is cn- Miss Bortha Bioughtcu of Brnsslle'.d, joying Mb work, and getting, along Ky., spent Saturday with her cousin, fine. He will send us one of his best Miss Grace Engle, a student of the students the spring term. Collegiate Department. Dr. and Mrs. Cowley, Dr. and Mrs. by Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Thylor, 16 per cent fertilizer Is known everybody. Sold at Welch's, (ad) and Mr. and Mrs. Calfee attended the C. O. Degman, class of '99 of Reno, funeral services of Mrs. Faulkner nt Nov., 13 In tho hospital recovering Barbourvllle. Dr. Roberts conducted fiom a difficult but successful opera-'tlothe services. The large number gatherporforiued by Dr. Cowley. ed for tho services attested the apMiss Ruth Westberg returnod, Sat- preciation and esteem in which Mrs. urday, to her lie mo in Cincinnati, af- Faulkner was held In her homo town. ter spending two weeks hero with The hedge ln front of Ladles Hall her sister, Mrs. Pruitte Smith. has been trimmed. It Is hoped to exI have a few valuable building lots tend this In front of the President'.? (ad.) for sale, cheap. II. C. Wooif. House, and alsj on tho opposite side . A telephone message to J. M. Coyle of the street in front of Lincoln Hall FOR THE TOWN BOYS the ceitalnty Utat wo have n God from J. W. Coylo, of Hamilton, Ohio, and the Llbiary. above us who Is like an earthly father o brings news of the death of his Mr. II. E. Taylor was In Cincinnati A meeting of Interest was held nt girl, Sunday morning, March 2nd, last week on business relative to the Parish House, Sunday afternoon, only Infinitely grenter. And there are diphtheria being tho cause of the the Installation of a cold storage at which plans were made for begin- - truths of our duty to God, the mornl death. plant for the college. nlng a movement In behalf of the law written on the heart. There Is W. B. Harris spent part of the week Hie automatic telephone system of town boys. Committees were appoint- - j tho fact and certainty of sin. Every In Borea. the college has been completely over- - ed to consider the advisability and ! lock Is a testimony that we are of dishonest actions from our Mrs. Jas. Champ of Paint Lick has hauled and located In the new power possibility of playgrounds and Ktmo been visiting with Judge T. J. Coylo plant undei tho export supervision cf organization that shall devise bet- - fellowmcn. And there are the blessand family. Mr. Ross of the Automatic Telephone ter things for the boys than they ed Gospel certainties of forgiveness to tho penitent and to Mrs. Sallle Adams was again call- Company of Chicago. There is a leg- now have. Tho committee will reiort who tract In God." salvation tho? ed to Wlldle oa account of sickness ibility of connecting the automatic next Sunday. Ills evening discourse In the Upper ln W. A. Adamn' family. service In tho near future with the Citizens of tho town who nrc InChapel was more especially for scholMr. J. C. Gentry of Island City, town phono. terested In producing good citizens ars and students, relating to tho Owsley County, was in town thl3 The log cabin 13 rapidly being put must bo ready to lu this higher criticism of the Old week vlsltlug Mr. Dan Bowmun ami In shape, a bath room and other con effort. Better put some money n your Dr. Wright has been other friends. His son and daughter venieuces being added. boys now than to pay it out In fines Testament. are ln school. The basement of FalUi Hall Is and expenso for lawyers In police among thco tforemost scholars who . tt M.I Mxlcilnn Miss Graco Adams was very ill, rapidly being arranged for our Fire' 1. court, Prevention is better than cure. Sunday, but Is reKrted somo better. side uuu uius removing many iesiaineiu I Industries. This will give us much of tno Dec"!ng grounds for object- Judgo Coylo and daughter, Mary, more room for this lmiortant departrnumnu ucmunoinAiiuna (lon8 to BOino of lta htalorlca, state. will spend tho latter part of the ment. week In Lancaster. Mr. Frank Montgomery conducted a ments. The Rhetorical class in the seventh-Grad- e Gap,' Dr. A, H. Baker and wife wore In are thla term studying Long- pruning demonstration at Narrow Berca, Thursday. In Miss Fox's orchard. A number of I fellow, aud tho eighth grades are i IITH DISTRICT ASSOCIATION J. H. Jackson was in Borca, Satur- studying Whlttler. A delightful pro- tho neighbors were present. day and Sunday. At Pilot Knob a demonstration In gram was given last Saturday by the Grass seeds, plowj, and wlro fence first and second divisions Phillip Hays' orchard nttracted of th'i Mr. Prof, Lewis was at Corbln, Saturat Welch's. (ad) seventh grade under the management tho attention of nearly a scoro who day, to consult with Principal Lewis profited by this phaso of Government T. P. Adams waain Cincinnati, of Mr. Durham. of tho Suo Itcnnet School nnd Supt. Tuesday nnd Wednesday. Extension work for farmers. Davis of Whltloy County in reference Mls3 Bertha Urcughton of Brass-fiel- d At Big Hill arrangement was made to a program for tho Teachers Assohas boen visiting friends In Boto placo a seed corn testinc box In ciation of tho 11th Congressional Disrca for two weeks. each of tho stores for Inspection nnd W. J. Blantjn was in Richmond, operation. Somo big corn should res- trict. topics to bo dlsoussed aro "LoTho Monday. ult. Various farmerc aro starting test cal School Taxation" and "Tho RelaJohn Hook entertained a number of ing boxes on their account. tion of Tho School to Tho Country his youug friends with an "InauguraClubs wcro organized for corn growtion Social" Tuesday afternoon. John ing by tho boys and for canning by Homo." It is expected these topics will was Initiated into his ICth year. tho girls at Pilot Knob School. Things have a thorough and most InterestHouses will burn. Insure lu an old agricultural aro booming In this neighing discussion. Teachers aro expected reliable Company. H. C. Woolf. (ad.) borhood. Thero aro now twcnty-flv- o from eighteen counties of Eastern membern of theso clubs who have meets Kentucky, Tho Association slgued ln tho vicinity of Bcrca. ApApril ISth and l'Jth. plications ooooooouoooi DENTIST ooaoaooooaoo3oaooj a right, Of Obor- IVof. 0. Frederick Ij.nrrnro Wrlch. forn,r llrtrra who was tho guest of President student, now Junior In Dcnnlson, Uni a mnn of strlk. Frost over Sunday, q ' versity, Is tlcctcil by Ills collego to ' PPnce. erect. gray halmt,debate nnnlnn Ohio State University I 'nB In April. DR. BEST, Door to Better Baking ALADDIN FLOUR I . jwi, ir.i I I1'" ; health fio II in lh door thai d IrU in rrrlnlnty In rrMtilla and Iota oaf worry, dlaappoinlmrnl, dark. noftAy loavm, etc. Ciood dldrntlon and wllh every loal ol bread halted with Imk-In- "" I j ' and ita dellcloun, palatable flavor la another consideration not to be ignored. Order a Back todny If it doea not pleane you better than the flonr you are now untntf. purchase price will be retaaded upon return of partially used package BY 4 ALADDIN FLOUR s, HOLLIDAY'S The I) est j I bs-on- d. , PLOWS VULCAN No. 12, Steel Beam $10.00 OLIVER No. 20, Steel Beam VULCAN No. 11, Steel Beam OLIVER No. 19, Steel Beam of everything tfood to eat is always found at HOLLIDAY'S 92 "I Next door to Post Office. Phon. t" i Your Fttronif rnattly solicit1 .. ' ' FOR SALE 9.00 ' 9.00 . 8.00 i ' One trnct of land, neen acres, on east sldo of railroad In Conway, Ky. Ono good eight room dwelling built on modern style, known as tho Hart property; finished In goodste with summer kitchen, good well, good lam, good garden, good store house, 2tt'l On" feet, aud other out building. good four room cottage as good .in now, well finished, about fifteen ouiig fruit trees. I will sell for 13,2..( on easy terms. For particulars call cn or address me nt Conway, Kf., or i'. S. Wyatt, Berea, Ky. (ad) W. M. Hayes. PIANO FOR SALE A f 100 piano for 1300. It Is practically new aud In first class condition. Call Tho Citizen office for jwrtlcu-lar- s. (ad) SALE more or lens. About 70 ncres near Maulden, Jackson County, Ky., Ono half In high Mate of cultivation. Balance In woods. Good timber, stxiooth. All undrr fence. 300 panda plank fence. Italanco rnll fence. Good new five room cottage, small barn, aud store houuo. Good stand for general store. Good well nt kitchen doci. Handy to churches nnd school, On public rosd. Mall delivered Uireo times per week. Goxi A bargulu at 11,000 If taken nt once. Addtess, M C Ixtck lkix 2(3, Iiwreuccburg, Ky. (nd) FARM FOR Seventy-fiv- e acre n, neigh-iKirliix- . FARM FOR SALE SO acres of land on Richmond aud Kingston pike, 2 miles from Ber.n, for sale. 8 room dwelling, good well orchard and all necessary out houses. Write, Ellhu Blckncll. Ucrea, Ky., R. F. D No. 1. Not failure, but low- - nlm, Is crime. I Can's a manly little chap, With lets cf nerve nnd pluck, I Cam's a coward nnd n suenk, Wlu clwnys has tnd luck. llt-tl- 1 J to HELLO BOB "Welcome home, old man you're looking fine. And say, where'd aro coming In rapidly. you get the classy tho country POLITE SERVICE AND PROMPT ATTENTION "Mud it nindo to order by one of the biggest tailors in suit?" The Racket Store await you here every day you are in want of groceries. Good goods you're sure of in more places than one ; but you don't want to stand around half an hour or so waiting to be served ; don't want churlish, gruff attention when you are served. Hest articles we can buy, courtesy, promptness all are met ed out to you here. SO CLARKSTON Lo R Plows, Disc Harrows and Farming Implements MAIN The Globe Tailoring Co. Cincinnati "Didn't know you were in Cincinnati. "I wasn't. Got it right here in town before I left heir local dealer took my measure and 1 picked out the Roods from over 500 of the swellest samples you ever saw. Then in a few days I received this Glob Suit. thought you'd like it" "Like it? Sayl Who's their local dealer? 1 Nfedlt-AM1 " STRUT, near Bank TKLKPHONI NO. 40 CALLS Palace Meat Market and Grocery U. I. K.OBKR.TS, Proprietor. i W. O. MOORE, at thm Nicely Stand For all kinds of FEED and BREAD STUFFS, Potts' Flour and Meal in any quantity, Corn, Oats, Hay, Straw, Ship Stuff and Chicken Feed. We are able to furnish feed in car load lots. HAYES BEREA, CS, "(3fe Quality Store' GOTt KENTUCKY Coyle MMing, Main St. Pfeeat 57 Miff h 6 iqu UNITED STATES NEWS Conllnufil liom i J THE CITIZEN. one Page Five RURAL TEACHERS BODY OF TRAMPS a partner of Kdmund III fltvloht flu roslilpnl mnnnfrnr wow i orK or tuo employers Mammy Assurnnco Corporation or london.llo will receive a salary of $20,000 a yrar. He will act nil Chnlrumn ur. biaxton says They Change ot u,o continue tocommute.. T,IK M0N,:V TKUST niotrlMc 100 Ullufli UlSlilCIS Tlio money trunt probers declared ) tho existence of a money trust. That In flvo different methods, thru council RESULTS IN PflOR TFAfiHINR ,,n,on' B,wn,, Uiru n...i ln comlK,tlvn third, through a system of Interlock- TVift becomes nmcan xo,k lnlwn, ' 1 ProbUm Mutt ULJ..L O l. n- Solved If p. , R..I 8trona""K -. .... r i I to housekeeping. Mr. Den Fortuno left last week for Illinois, where he will spend the summer. Mrs. Jcsslo Maupln has been real sick for tho last few days. Is MIbs Alfa Uoblnson of Uena mice with tin shit cau call Ilium by flco but had been In office since he visiting her sister, Mrs. Oliver was twenty-onHe added, "rttero pin. This Is every muu'-- i problem ns well never has been a time when I did Tho Misses Anna and Lizzie I'ow-n- s the teacher's problem. It must bv'ot lnV(, m. ,,illlP nt tn,. rght ,. were Miss Luclo Cochran's guests wfc!lnn.Weu"rV.,0,"V" 7t.ni."5 tU"C- - n,ld 1110 '"C f " t,,,! I""tU lB8t Su,"lnr n,Kht' uu,d' Mu cracc ,,urk8 v""t,,d m,9sl"c- Md u " ,o"k Cochran last Sunday. ' Now' eentlemen, after that for an education that is worth whllo. Mrs. Herbert Mallard, who has been (3ICT Ill'SV. still In health, do you suppose that I regret anything or that I have any sick s Improving. Mis. Drown nnd daughter, Kthcl, Wli it reason for kicking or Juit Qu.ition or Two. IS YOUIt SCIlooi.llousi: as CP, kind or n man would bo If I did? tqicnt last Saturday at Lowell. TO DATi: AS VOt'lt NKW DAIItViNqw I nm looking to see If 1 can- HAUNT SENATOR A. 0. BACON inot repay tho country for the good K VOUU' things given mo; If I cannot work ln MODKItN AS TIIAI'l.) ni:w SILO? Ho to return to Washing is Youit ti:aciii:k as compf. tun exix-ctnnd not ns as thainf.u foii to come back to net talk an exile, but over the doand vouh IS TUB AS Will, I, PAINT- - ings of other administrations which i:d as youk ciiuitcm possibly may make mistaken, IS TUB W ATI. It AT TUB SCHOOL DIPIXJ.MATIC A P I ' PO I N TM BNTS AS CO.JVBNIBNT AND AS (iOUD CONFIHMBD AS IT IS FOII THOSB YOL'NO Tho Senato confirmed u uuiulx-- r if STBBHST ' IS TUB SCIIOOI.YAIID AS 111(3 AS ,11l,1,llltc npiolntmentH( among th m TUB PASTl'ltB WIIBIIB YOU BX , A"uerson to - .Minister to Jnpun, , Carpenter to be Minister to Shun, BHCISB YOUIt COLTS? IS TUB SToVB IN TUB SCHOOL Marburg, Minister to Helglum. Schuy- AS MODBIIN AS YOUII WIFB'S ler. Minister to Bucador, besides a (SASOI.INB IIANOB) number of men who were apiKilnted Secretaries of Bmbassy to various Aim high lu your fiirui work. SIkmh pal.g t the mis... If you wish. Of wuie WyMH lllUt mcosxKS ,,AW roil will not till (In. iiiiuin lint Hi.. T,lu ,n'8llle'lt velofd the WW.b chances lire that you will n loll nl"- - wl,lch lH desgnel to prevent tlm of bird shot somewhere along the U Henry Bxall. Texas In shipment of liquor Into dry terrlt.ny, dustrloj Congress. becauso ho did not n'gnrd It lis con- stltutlona). The Senate, promptly nu.4. Do Wo Think For OurselvaiT Jed tho Hill over the eto by n voto of Queer how uiiuiy things lu our life 63 to 31, and the House iiussotl It by a re Inherited from the past and are voto of 2U to 93. So that the Hill accepted without a IhougbL We are Vcomen n law lu spite of the Presl- fnild of storms, the dark nnd n thou dent's objection. Kentucky irenib n und one other things liecuuse our sand . i iMtn.iKo sneestorn. who knew nothing of si l tho DHL Flolds, Johnson, Unngley, ence, feared them. We went to school nnd did our taskh Powers, Thomas, Helm. Ag.ilnst It. lu the gud old fashlomil way be j James, House, Shirley, Stanley, e that wns the way our parents j trtll. got their In thousands of OTP. IN OMAHA Senator Bacon of Georgia Is preschools scaltcred all over this enllght 'ey Hotel fire resulted In a siding over the senate every other wo are Indicting thej, Tll eucd same thing our children IsM'aus. largo loss of life. It Is believed that week, alternating with Senator or our hiiblt of thought. Isn't It time, over ft Bcoro of persons were" burned, for us to liegln to view the child us though but few bodies have been moru than a receptacle for'epvored. Gas explosion catiS'd tho fir.'. PUZZLE WITH LITTLE CATCH Uio three It's? Isn't school something, A STATL& HuDdL r bigger nnd than we ure trying In Middle of liepresentallvo Shlrpy Introduced Which Vowel Should Be to make tlie nvernge country school? "Tho Target" Is Not Difficult Doesn't real, pulsing life demand more. to tho counideratlon of tho House, tho of Solution. I ulliiltety more, than It did 100 years . very bustness-llkproiiositlon of nn ago? life exist lu the Heidi annual budget to bo made up by a When the artist was completing where crops uro growing? Doesn't a ' i,uIRot committee for Covernineutil this desjgn for tho Printers' Archery pronieiu exisi except ix'iwc.'ii ine cor In this matter wo aro clear association he asked th members at era of n IsKik? Is the geography of excuses. their annual dinner which of the Africa as vital or as full of meaning behind other, countries. There Is room ' an the brook that tumbles over rocks hero for a great advance und a partiml 'mossy roots 100 yards from the cularly grutlfylng career to tho man schoolhouKu door? Does any one real who carries It through. ly that tho lock step studies COCAINB IN INDIANA without n break mean an education In Tho State Senate of Indiana, withIts best and broadest sense? No problem Is solved lu this little out a dissenting voto and without dechat Only n few questions aro asked bate, passed a stringent that most of us grownups don't think bllL ( )S Isiut." Put yourself In your child's SBIZUHB OF HUTTBH IN CHICAGO place for n moment and sco If your Federal officers seized more than school building, the studies mid the two hundred fifty thousand ismnds viewpoint are In step with all the ml of butter In Chlcugo cold storage warevanccs that the world has made In the houses. It Is charged that It Is more other activities of our varied life than 1G ior cent water. Largo quantities of butter have been moved from Htalth of th Child In School. Do you eat breakfast every day? Do tho atoro houses slnco tho Govern"The Target" Puzxle. began. Over half you drink coffee or tea? Do you have ment Inspection your bedroom window open or shut at tho butter In Uio country was In these vowels should have Its place ln the night? Do you own a toothbrush? warehouses, middle of the target. These and other pertinent questions TBNNBSSKB AND WHISKEY What was their decision T re to be answered by the children In All this arrangement merely cloaks Tho whiskey Interests of Nash-lll- o the public schools of Minnesota. They aro not disturbed by tho pass-ag- o a catch. The answer to the question part of a "health grading outform "Which vowel should be ln the midof tho Webb Hill, nnd havo placline" prepared by Dr. Bruest It. Hong, ed heavy orders with manufacturers dle of 'the target'" must be A, the special director of school hygiene for central letter of Jhose. two words. the state, whereby teachers and school nurses may team In the most direct Yews Knife Making. That is worth something manner oxslble ihe physical condition of the children Intrusted to their cure, in our experience as km'fc makers, for you cannot gain any knowledge of a "national conservation or the mental business in only months it takes years of hard work and thought. The nd physical health of our school chilwalk and talk and finish of a Thomastou pocket knife was developed only la the ultimate Ideal of I Mail-name, l'ln lnB,,rn"w companies, rallrondH other great corifirntlons, and In a recent nddrcsL at I)uHvllli, Ky fifth, thru Joint account arrangements, I. I. Claxloti, commissioner of what Is practically a money trunt has ucatlon for the United Wales, ntut.il Iwen built up. thnt the mral teachers constituted tlm CONOItliSS greatest body of trumps known. Ov-Congrens lias boon tinuHually bmy Ml per cent of them move to a new illn the jtant few days. Tho Public Ilulld- trlet each school year. lug mil Is reported dead by Chair- k ioni take nr. Clinton's word for It. man Ilurnctt of tho llulldlng of all the rural districts you mil tee. ThoScnato Insisted on nmi'iid-knoand nco bow clow hU assertion ng It with many million dollars to lilting your own nnd your dltlonal, but the llousu would not nelghlior'H slluntlon on the leaibei nRreo to this amendment, question. The iniiln reason fur soj (iOV. OK NKW J HUSKY ItBSIOXH jnuch Kior Icucliliig In the country dlsGovernor Wilson of New Jersey ie. Nets Is that tbu toucher iIwh not sin) Knea on Katurdav nrcllmlnnry to be long enough In any one Imutlty to comine President of the United Stnt h know either the children or their par Jon Tuesday. etit. If It In ns dllllcult as It Is for itKS. TAFT AND TUB S'KWSPA- you to mamigo your child after having jKrt MKN1 ii wuu you every iiuy ilurlng Its whole Pres. Tuft made his farewell nd- life, how can the nverniro tencher do even creditable work when she nlmo- - dress to sccral hundred ncwniwper "t'01101 ,'n'88 Vu. lie lutcly does not know your children I me" nt 1,10 Mhc merely him got it nodding acquaint stated that ho had never wanted of- Question or Two nnd r Corn-Thin- trlets Just Is Hurting Children's Chance IIIU'IICTJ w II1CII III! II1UHJ 1,10 navu "cu1,0'1 I 1.1-- 1. 1. ... '""...... liunil III l".... uuunn of management CLOStNO OF CONailBS8 In ttio cloning hours, Pros. Tnft "Igned tho Hirers nnd Harbors Dill and tho Public Iiulldlng Dili, Includ Ing appropriations of over flvo hun dred thousnnd dollar for Kentucky Items. Tho Naval Appropriation bill was llnally panned providing for one bat llonhlp, nnd tho Sundry Civil Appro prlatlon Hill; also tho bill creating tho Department of Labor. Tho various committees of Congress by caucus ; will at onco bo reorganized er. which aro called for lmmedlato i meeting. Tho new cabinet appoint- mcnts will ho promptly confirmed " ""'- - 11 .. . .. nuw niuii.ii, 1m "ir nihiu Blnlm i iiu In control of tho legislature propesn to repeal tho law prohibiting the mnnufucturo of liquor In Tennessee when tho Oeneral Assembly vcpes on tho 17th of March, TUB WKiHl MQUOH LAW ' Oldahonin has begun tho enforce- ment of tho newly enacted Webb Law In tho sclituro of liquors shipped Into dry territory. 11 11 1 I INFLUENCE OF FEAR SECONDARY AND NOT A PRIMARY MOTIVE N HIQHER REALMS OF HUMAN ACTIVITY. WATCH ENGLE'S BIG SALE We are going to cost. sell out. 2000 pairs of shoes below 250 suits at one half price. Groceries at a bargain, in fact everything in stock. WHITES STATION NEWS Whites Station, Feb. 28. Mr. John Fortuno and wlfo spent lntt Sunday with Mr. Jack Clark and wife. Mrs. John Parks Is on thy sick lint this week. Mr. Iouls Pottn and wlfo have gone m: T'' colts? ( e. ,, 1 - ' 1 "?"99l. JinJu'nlS'l that ..i tf.nt 1m- ' I mi llne,-Col- onel Ji did efforts which have been made to lull tho one and overcome the other. nut In the moral sphere It must give piace to higher and holler Imnulses. Children In their education must not be driven with the "big stick" to learn and obey There may be rare exceptions, but tho exception prove the rule. The fear of the results of mis conduct must and do hold many men In obcdlenco to thojaw of their being and of society. Hut tt Is a low spe cies or rear. The history of clvlllza tlon proves how terrible and doirad lng ha been thn fear both of nature and of God which has held barbaric people In the thrall of superstition The whole trend of Christian teach lng has been to emancipate them from Its Influence.. It will not do In our ad vanced civilization to bring back all the terrifying descriptions of unspeak able physical torturo to hold men In tho path of virtue. Love Means Power. The fear which causes men to grovel and to call upon tho rocks and moun tains to hide tho face of Its possessor from tho God of heaven and earth, which Huskln so eloquently delineates, we are to avoid. Hut tho filial fear which Is prompted by the very love Itself of tho highest and holiest which God can Insplro must be experienced. The profoundent psychology I eontalned In the language of St. Paul In dealing with the whole subject of fear. He says: "God hath not given us the spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind." Fear In the moral and spiritual as pect robs a man of power. It means weakness, timidity, Instability, Inac tion. To be girded with unwearied and unconquerable force, to bo nerv ous, muscular, brawny, strong, to have the wrestling thows that throw the world," we muBt away with "sad doubt and anxious fear." This spirit of power must be under mo sway or me Bpiru ot love, mat 1b the overwhelmingly dominant prin ciple of the higher life. Even In what wo may term tho lower life. It must bo love, not fear, which controls men and leads to the end In view. The love of gain lures some men on. The love of power, a mighty ambition. Is the master impulso In others. The love of adventure, which conquers every "Hill Difficulty" and opens up new continents and Islands, urges on the eager discoverer. It Is love, therefore, not fear, which thus moves the world eminent professor of In a loading university has been discussing the Influence of fear as an incentive to human action. The conclusion has been drawn that It must remain as a powerful factor In the evolution of the race. Within certain limitations fear must ever be an active element ln Its relations to conduct and character. Hut those limitations are very narrow. Fear must be a secondary and not a primary motive In the higher realms of human activity. In the lowest realms It Is purely Instinctive and has been given us for preservation, from physical danger. The fear of pain and disease has resulted In the splen- AN THE SALE IS NOW ON R. J. and CHESTER. ENGLE COMMISSIONER'S SALE Matthow Ucllew's Holrs, Plaintiffs, vs. Matthow Hollow's Holrs and Creditors, Defendants Under and by virtue, of a Judgment and order ot sale rendered nt tho February Term, 1913, of tho Madison Circuit Court, In tho above styled action, the undersigned Master Commissioner of said Court will, on Monday, March 3, 1913, In front of thu Courthouso door In Richmond, Ky nt 11 o'clock a. m sell to tho highest bidder at public auction tho following described property: About 70 acres of land lying on tho waters of Walnut Meadow Fork or Silver Creek and Paint Lick Creek In Madison County, Ky said land being bounded by tho lands of J. D. Goodloc, Miller, Mitchell, Tompleton, Hurnaru and West, Vaughn, etc. TERMS: Said land will be sold on a credit of six months time, the purchaser being required to execute bond payable to tho Commissioner with lien retained to secure the payment of tho purchase, money. Said land will also bo sold subject to a Mortgagoof Dcrea College for the sum of $700 to run until April IS, 1915, and tho purchaser to pay the Interest Soml Annually from October 18. 1912, A CASE OF BLACK PLAGUE k tow woM prVbh frit lta lU Uit I. hakittBt, bat wt tr rtptrd for tl OMttury ttmtiitt tin for that, ind art (applied with tit frefhtit i tack of drop la cnponcl any Had f dctr't prticriptioa with tht atweit discover. Its ia atdiciats or drop ol aay description. Our service Is prompt and mistakes art aakaowa here. Berea Drug Co. Incorporated WARM MUFFS FOR YOUNG 6IRL Might Be Taken Up by Older Folk to Attract Attention and Keeping-HanComfortable. that and at tho expiration of tho has been designed by a New York man. The doll has the outward sem blance ot others ot Its kinds, but Inside the skirt Is a soft body with on each side. Tht January 1, 1914. dollle, of course. Is a winter child H. C. Rice, M. C. M. C. C. and wears a long coat llko her owner, the coat having wide side pockets, o that the little girl carrying tt can il POPULAR f slip her hands through Into the soft muff Inside. To enhance the effect the doll also carries a muff. Dut It Is not only chtldren who may be looked for to carry this doll muff. In these Mortgage to pay samo. The farm Is rented for Ure year 1913 and pos session will bo given the purchaser hand-openin- A dolt that Is also a muff, or a mull Is a doll, whichever way you like, faddish days when young women carry teddy bears, stuffed dogs and even Popular Mechanics Magazine "WMITTCN SO YOU CAN UNOCBJSTAND IT" GREAT Continued Story of the World' Progret which you may begin reading at any time, and which will hold your interest forever. A 250 PACES EACH MONTH 303 PICTURES 200 ARTICLES OF GENERAL INTEREST The "Shop Notet" Department CO paxes) how to make Kivcs M!r ways to do thmin useful articles lor home and thou repairs, etc "Araiteur Mechanic!" (lOpnges) trill hrnv to make Mission furniture, wireless outfits, boats, ertKines, magic and all the things a boy loves. $1.50 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPIES 15 CENTS forward. God Is Love. It Is love In tho rellclous life which Is to bo supreme. "Fear hath torment: perfect lovo casteth out fear." It Is to proclaim tho gospel of love that the heralds of tho cross are to go forth. They aro to deliver those who all their lifetime havo been In the bondage of fear. Tho spirit ot a sound mind follows tho spirit of lovo and power when emancipated from the spirit of fenr. Ask tho mental and the Christian therapeutist what retards tho recovery to saneness and soundness of those who seek his help. It Is the spirit of fear. He has to encounter an almost Innumerable host of "phobias" or fears which have harassed and weakened and thrown out of poise those who are praying for dellvcranco fear to walk, fear to eat, fear to work, fear to sleep, fear ot heat, fear of cold, fear of distance, foar of misfortune,, fear ot living, fear of dying, fear of a thousand things besides. Fear Is the fell foo ot a sound mind. Out of fear Into lovo, Into power. Hootod and grounded In love so that no baso fear shall find a resting or an accompanying place love of God, who himself Is love; love of the world ho has made; love ot all the forces he has placed ln It for tho happiness ot his children: love ot man, whom ho has created In his own Image; love ot Christ Jesus, who lived and dlod that this love might Hood our entire Lot tt being this Is Christianity. drive out forever tho spirit of fear! Ask your newsdealer, or white roil rnn sample copy today POPULAR MECHANICS CO. SI W. Whlirtn St.. CHICAGO 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Doll Muff. I Can-caus- I K,P dolls on the street, there la no reason why they should not carry one of r these child's toys as a and achieve the double success of attracting attention at the same time. hand-warme- -- I race tiu Communion- Intention UrnibdWy p tlenlnM tlonistnctlrroniidentlnt. HANDBOOK .on Talent sent froo. Oldest aiiencr luraecuring-paleimthroush 3lumt A Co. recelso I'atents taken pttlol nullcr, without cbargo, lutuo Anront scmllng nlklv aarerlHlu Ac iketi h nnd rVscrlptlnn nil our oi.inlott free whether ao CopvniGHTS Designs rviAHna WOOD WANTED SckHtific o A handsomely lltnutrated wrektr. Tartest circulation of anr deiitlilA J'inriiul. 1 erms, 13 a rmri four months, $L Bold byall newsdealers. flwricatt Is Tho Treasurer of the College now contracting for next year's wood supply. Persons halving wood to sell will do well to call at tho office at an early date and arrango for aeon-trac- t. , Is The price for good hardwood $2.00 Do-Bn- 't MUNN&CowjNewYo.rf; per cord. Thos. (ad) J. Oeborno. FARMERS! Get better results by using nntl-cocal- ( (p JTHtj FERTILIZER a R. L. RICHARDSON, Representing VIRGINIA-CAROLINA years lives longer than Methusalah, for be did nothing but beget sons and daughters. Rev. J. W. Taylor, Methodist, St. Paul, Minn. j Birth. Some ot the greatest thinkers, poets, philosophers and musicians, were born under consumptive tendencies. Tako Keats, for example, and Hyron. Methusalah lived 895 years. who lives twenty-fivA man e CHEMICAL CO. Will be at R. H. CHRISMAN'S STORE, Berea, Ky. SATURDAY, MARCH 15 From 9:30 A. M. to 4:30 P. M. We wish to see every one who is interested in the use of Fertilizer, "Feed your land and it both ANIMAL and MINERAL products. largest manufacturers of Fertilizer in will feed you." We are the the World. Trade with us and save money. Respectfully, VIRGINIA-CAROLINCHEMICAL CO. A Thirty of this and dren" Get the Thomaston other current health projects reported in thirty years hard work and thought. to tho United States bureau of or any other store. He sure it is a T. K. Co-operoi- ve Vengeance. Mr routh wa frautht with fear be cause Ood was depleted to me as one who wreakad vanieance. How terri ble is the thought that God compels disaster to fall upon man that ha may be made to realize Ood's powsr. Knife at the Rev. W. W. McArthur. UapUst, Denver, Colo. 0 r Page Six. THE CITIZEN. through tin1 depot when I ran fairly In the n rtns of Itud, I did not recognise him at llrst, nnd It was only when I stepped hack with n conventional upol-ogthat I saw the strung outlines of his face and knew It to be that of Miss Kllcn's brother It wns only n momentary glimpse I hud of Mm, but he looked older nnd more careworn. It seemed to me. He seemed preoccupied nnd did not recognize me, for. lowering my face, I hurried past hlui nud reached the walling room. I abandoned nil Intention of taking (he train that day, for I nt once suspected that my secret had became known nnd that Itud had come to Atlanta with the determination of either having the transfer revoked or else forcing me to accept the former Interest on the mortgage. Hy a circuitous route I reached my hotel and, sending for u messenger, dispatched a note at once to tho company Informing Hie oillclul.s of tho arrival of .Mr March 6, iqij. DOTH SIDES. ofihfD SHIELD CW MAJORS Rl ITT VAorHlftAl nw Copyright, 1905, by J, 8. Llpplncotl company. kI y All rlghte reeerved. Turpln The next day I learned PRESIDENT TAFT'S TOUCHING TRIBUTE TO MAJOR ARCHIBALD W. BUTT. Maor Archibald W. Butt wit on of the heroee of the Titanic Ha wai Praaldtnt Taft't military aid. Aftar Major Butt'a death tha president, with teara in hii eyee and faltarlng voice, mada him tha eubject of ana of tha moit haartf alt eulogiee avar pronouncad ovar a gallant man, praiaing hla manhood, hla eouraga, hla loyalty, hla aalf eacrlfiee. "Evarybody knew Archla aa 'Arch a,'" aald tha praaldant "I cannot go Into a box at a thaatar, I cannot turn around in my room, I cannot ga anywhere, without axpacting to aaa hla smiling faca or to haar hit chaarf ul voloa In graating. Tha Ufa of tha praaldant la rathar isolated, and thoaa appointad to liva withjilm coma much cloaar to him than any ona alaa. Tha bond la vary cloaa, and it la difficult to apeak on auch an oceaaion. "Archie Butt'a charactar waa aimpla, atraightforward and Incapabla of Intrlgua, A claar aanaa of humor light anad hia lifa and thoia about him. Ufa waa not for him a troublad problem. Ha waa a aoldiar, and, whan ha waa appointad to aarva undar anothar, to that othar he randarad Implicit loyalty. I navar knew a man who had aa much aalf abnegation, eo much aalf aacrifice, aa Archie Butt. "Occaaiona like tha ainking of tha Titanlo frequently develop unforeaeen traita In men. It makae them heroee when you don't expect it. But with Archie it wai juat aa natural for him to help thote about him aa It waa for him to aak me to permit him to do aomething for aome one for me. "He waa on tha deck of the Titanlo exactly what he waa everywhere. He leavea a void with thoae who loved htm, but the circumatancea of hia going are all that we would have had, and, while teare fill tha ayee ard tha voice la choked, we are felicitated by the memory of what he waa." Before entering upon military life Major Butt diaplayed high literary ability. Tha beat of hla atorlea la "Both 8idae of the Shield," a eplendidty written romance of lova and war. I She swept past me. nnd 1 sank Into b chair, overcome with grief and How long I sat there do not know. Every time I heard a foot1 would fall start up. expecting her to come hack, thinking In my foolish heart that she had relented. Hud came In and found me sitting In the dark lie told me dinner was ready, and we entered the dining room together. Miss Kllen came In late, for It would have been unlike her to have stayed way. In a perfectly natural voice she told tbem I had been called away. Bud Iiegged me to stay, and the colonel nnd Mrs. Turpln made uu promise to come again That night was n dismal one. Miss Kllen would not play nnd soon went to tier room left the nest morning. Hud remaining from tils work to drive me to the station. .Miss Ellen bade me farewell In the hall, but avoided Inking my hand. As the Wagon turned Into the cedars I looked back, mid nnlj the colonel nnd Mrs !Turpln were standing on the porch to wave me u farewell. I baldly skiUo to Uud on the way. but I mnde him 1 1 In my I did from Miss Ellen. i. I in- - lew tii.t ofli'tise wus past rainier moments I reviewed mv visit forglx-ne-iinl l iifguni lier that In iie ttotitd try to mm 'to oVolan,0r"poMT,rotP.eandmrnnd,,i! - the Turpln,. ami the Idler which n spiin ii r(iue seemed to tnc to be iipprei i.ni' tin. impulses nt one whoso trUI conditions In a series of letters to his she so condemned 1 my least offcn-e- . Though underpapr Colonel Turpln, a southerner - e.'iiii'd in t In-to write of thinks Palmer Is n lawyer and has come gt00j lt,r resentment nnil appreciated thing" - ihe.i nr.- - mid wIium inilulng to foreclose the Turpln plants tlon'e mort the position sue had tnken. I fell, how had on nun niHtn tu eek out those Rape ever, that I nail made n mistake in thing to iimwlili b were novel Palmer undeceives him. and the colonel, obeying her and now wished that 1 t I followed nnd ut this letter thinking tint Palmer Is a kinsman Inhnd remained nt the Pines nnil con- tilth iinnllii'i lull wlili mi heller result vites him to be his truest at the Pines believed Palmer mets Kllen and Dud Turpln and fessed everything to Hud. wearied mt:il ullb hil with qiies Is hospitably received then, ns I do now, that he would have ilon ii in tot them in lliioiiL'li the He becomes Interested In Ellen and understood me better than Miss Ellen ile H en u nil! dozen times .1 learns that the Turpln home Is In crave hnd done and would have pleaded my day peril through lack of funds tie wants to I ibi nut l.liou i,iv It vtnulil have confess that he Is not really a kinsman, cause for me. though doubt whether he or nny one else at that time could Milled biul lll- but falls to do so i, "I mine In me. Squire H.iwklns. nn elderly man, is have shaken her determination not to as if by iii. liiliiei Unit I eoiild ill courting Kllen A party Is planned In admit me to her friendship again. mil crv'ce to her. least Isv ul .,ne honor of Palmer who writes hla ImpresI would wake up each morning reIn Hie back let keep mi sions of the place for his pdper quit the state that day. but ground solved to In Augusta one After Ellen uenrs nn old brocade con at the before noon I would change my mind, more iwel fn union-- , nope Unit eaeb party, and Palmer falls In love with her as 1 seemed utterly Incapable of teari:ilen and her friends tnke him to the ing myself from the neighborhood of day might brli.r a letter from her 1 wishing stone ever looked and longed took the train for Atlanta and thero the l'lnes. "You are my queen tonlcht." Palmer began a search for the holders of the tells her tint she will not permit him to for some change of feellug which mortgage on the Pine. With, good might blunt the edge of my grief, but avow his love He fears she Intends marpresented myself nt tho rying the squire to save the old home. none came, and my love seemed to references otDce of one of the large trust compaEllen thinks Palmer has ridiculed her grow stronger each succeeding day. and her family In one of his newspaper It was maddening to think that I had nies nnd authorized Its agents to trace articles and commands him to leave her lost her, and what gnve this sorrow a the mortgage and to secure It at any and never relurn keener edgo was the knowledge that I cost. After weeks of Incessant work "If 1 ever ifld you killed It the mo- had forever put It out of ray power to we traced the holders somewhero In ment yon confessed to have written so be of nny service to her or to lend as- the southern part of the state, nnd nn about one you professed to love, one sistance to those she loved. I would agent or the company was dispatched whom you should have protected and become a prey, nt times to the keenest there to take up the mortgage. The hare helped to hide from the world pangs of Jealousy. I bad no doubt utmost caution was necessary to se that which she feels so degrades ber. that the squire would renew his suit, cure the consent of Uud without exclt-loInstead bf which you hold It up to and I feared that she might be led In his suspicion. The hqlders of tho I publicity nud to the scorn of the world her bitter resentment toward mo to paper were Instructed to say that they You cannot f.tny here longer. had to sell and that they had found a Don't accept his lirud In marriage. I wrote force me to toll father or ray brother. her several letters begging for her for- - company whose business It was to That would lie more than could bear." giveness and' if she could not grant lend money willing to accept It. NothRlin ntlt tmr Inlrnnl n Mini., na me that to try at least to understand ing was said about reducing (lie InterIf to keep her from falling. I came the feelings which had prompted me est. It was not until the transfer hnd n step nearer, but she drew back In- to write the letters which had tieen the been accomplished that It was made voluntarily, steadying herself and look- means of separating us. I told ber of known to Uud that the company bad ing me In the face, and with a voice the hopeless state of mind Into which reduced the Interest from 0 to I per vibrating with emotion said: I hail fallen and that believed that cent. I had followed the transaction with "Don't touch me! I never want to my life would be nlmless unless she see you nor to hear of you again!" would touch the magic spring which the keenest Interest, nud the otllclals. SYNOPSIS glvenexs ' ln-i- - - uiii-ii-- 1 I ft- - 1 1 -- 1 nti thinking the transaction somewhat queer, had come to Atlanta to sec about It himself, nud I strongly be-- ' Moved that .Miss Kllen had urged til i ii to It lo satisfy herself that I was lu no way ciiutici ted with the beuellt iihlch those at Hie l'lnes would derive from the reduction of the Interest. Hud de mantled to know to whom bis family was indebted fur this unlnokcd for .My ngeut told III tit piece of generosity thai Ihe-- e mortgai:cs had become very valuable nud that Ills company had been autborlrisl lo secure as many of them as possible and lo reduce Hie Interest on them to I per cent. Satis-- . lied Unit Hie mutter wns a business transaction. Hud left fur the Clues iigalii nnil. I bad reason to believe, with n lighter heart Lost lu the background utid congratulating tnjself on the success of my mc. I wiinderi-- Into the west The fine of Kllen was ever before me Night slid day the picture of her. clad In n simple giuuliuni frock, her sleeves rolled up mid her hand pointing In the direction of the old memorial bridge, was ever lu my mind Several times I tried to resume my writing, but my pen seemed to drop from my lingers or else my mind refused to respond to Iu my will de lection of spirit my head u until fall over on my arms, and I would sit for hours dreaming of tho l'lnes mill Mi's Kllen In tny n nit by I jiiuriif led to iapnn. and for awhile life seemed brighter In that mosaic lisiklm: country: tint, go here I would, as ever recurring to my there thought- - Hie picture of Miss Kllen. and my heart would swell and tears rush unbidden to nn eves as remembered our partial! There was talk of war between my country nnd Spain, but to this Interested me little. I have lost my sense of the proKrtlon of things. Itcsolvcd at last to tnko up the thread of my life ngalu and begin nnew, started for the States Almost the llrst tiling I learned on reaching the Pacific slope was the fact that wnr hnd been declared The iilll of an Indignant had swept nstde politics and diplomacy and had surged with such force about the nation's rulers that no one dared Maud In Its path. The tunrllal spirit of my ancestors hod never burned within me, for my mind had alwa.is et In other dlrectlous, and my pursuits were those of peaie Neier hesitating for a moment, however. I started across the continent. Ily telegraph nnd letters I collected my scattered Influences nnd. backisl liy m.v delegation In congress, nsked the governor of my state for a It was secured without commission tnuch trouble, ami I wns mustered In the service as n llrst lieutenant of volunteers In one of the regiments from -' that Uud, ' ' J 1 1 g 1 1 promise that if any one should get ill at the l'lnes he would write to me at once. At the station I found a letter from the manrglng editor telling me that my last contribution was the cleverest bit of writing I had ever dona and that the paper had udvertlsed one for the following Sunday. 1 tore his letter Into fragments and, going to the telegraph otllce, wrote out the following telegram and sent It: an-th- Accept my resignation. I will leave for on personal bualneaa. I grasped Hud's bund, but was unable to seak a word. I boarded tba train and sat for hours, my bead rest-to- g on my hands, wlib ray face turned the west tonight toward the l'lnes, my soul full of with not a ray of sunlight In heart. CHAPTER VII. A sad-Bes- my I Lieutenant of Volunteers. DID not go west Immediately after leaving the l'lnes. aa 1 bud Intended doing, but remained within the state, hop- Talnly. to get some word of for- - would set my blood aglow once more and amuse the dormant ambition within me to accomplish something in the world. I wrote on and on. I exhausted my logic and mental powers to make her understand. I reviewed my visit to the l'lnes nt length, from the moment 1 had met Colonel Turpln to the Inst Interview had had with her. My first mistake. I told her, had been In letting my Introduction to her and her mother as a relative of the Kentucky Palmers I go unchallenged. explained how I believed myself to have been merely a boarder and the almost fatal mistake I had made In speaking to tho colonel on the subject Such hospitality I fras unaccustomed to. nor do I now fully understand the promptings of that kind old heart when he Invited me to the Pines. I told her of my life and of ray work; how I had come Into tier section with the bitterest feelings ngnlust It .My one nmliltlon. I told her. was to arouse ii hostile sentiment In New England against the political party then In power In nearly all the southern states. I did not conceal from her the satisfaction I hail felt when this assignment had been given me nor my disappointment when I learned afterward that I was not to totii-i- i on politics In my I lold letters her of my resolution to leave the l'lnes on the day after I hnd arrived there, but bow that resolve melted us snow before the sun when I had seen her nnd looked Into ber eyes; how siep by step she had led me to look upon life with u broader mid a Kindlier view nun nno Drought me finally lo n full iiiiuVrstandliig.or her section and tier people, unil how she had made me know for the llrst time what my father tueaiit when he wus tii'im iv 4i, tutu ii i int. iwii Kreui set-- , tloiis of the country needed was to get acquainted. The letter which had so otTeuded her I said, would he the means ol bringing thousand of persons to a projier up of ber borne mud and I he southern cliiirmter. Just hx the facts embodied In It had caused me to chmiLv tbi. ojdiihin jnid tifjd once 1 -pres-hitio- . Massachusetts. I BBT 8V rn TAM.a They Understood the Necesaity of Secrecy, who were In my confidence, became as Interested almost ns I. I told them that under uo clrcumstuuccs were the Turplus to know anything about mo; that everything must be done through them. They understood the necessity ot secrecy, as I told them that the of this net would reject It and forco a foreclosure had they any reason to NUfqiect that the intercut had been reduced through any desire to assist them lu any way. Satlstied that I had done something for Miss Ellen, I determined to Icavo for tho west. It wni while going to take my tralu that a circumstance occurred that delayed my depnrturo for several days 0191?, JwiisJajoand .was (iurrjly.lt CHAPTER VIII Weary Weeks of Waiting. begiin the uenry weeks mouths. It seemed to soino us of waiting. Tho exclte-of enlisting nnd rilling the men. organizing (he companies and getting the recruits uniformed acted on me like a tonic. I ceased to brood over my disappointment, uud. while my love for Miss Kllen was ns great us ever, yet I felt that I bad retained my man. hood, and the wnr spirit, once aroused In me, drove me like a master. Tho day of quitting the slate was a sad one for many, but It wus not so for mo. My heart bounded with Joy wlieu tho order for our movement wus read nt headquarters. Of all the otllcers I was the only one whose dethink parture was not blessed with tears of mother, sister or sweetheart. My father, now old nnd feeble, enmo to seo me, nnd his eyes became wet as hu beheld me for the first time In my unl. form nnd folded me In tils arms. My mother hnd long been dead In fact, I scarcely remember her at all. j could i Ucfore saying good by to my futher 1 gnve him a letter nnd made him prom, lse that should anything happen to me be would send It to tho address on tho envelope. He looked nt rau sadly for a moment and suld: "Does she live In tho south, Howard, and Is that why you hiivo Btuyed away so loug?" 1 told him yes and turned away my bead that he might not see what It hnd cost me to speak of her. lie laid his band gently on uiynlioulder and said, "Wo Palmers have never been lucky there, my son," and I thought I under- stood many little things lu bis life and knew then why he never had anything but what was kind to say of that south- ern country when he heard It under I grasped his bund and discussion. held It for a moment. "May God protect you and bring you safe to mo again," wns all he said and left me. Our regiment was only ordered to Gamp Jleade, but U was a sjart. The mHKN 1 ' I 1 days"nfe"re were dreary ones, and I strength to leave the Pines. Kroni liU shall never forget the shout our twya colonel I learned afterward that he put up when the order which turned had enlisted as a private, but was soon our face to Camp Thomas, nt Chlckn- - given n commission for an excellent mnugn, was read to them. It set our record, and he owed his present place blood on lire, and I cannot repress my to his ability to bundle men and not feelings of state pride even now when to imlltlcul Inlliiemes. I recall the happy faces of those Hay After that llrst meeting we saw each Btnte fellows ns they prepared to 'other dully, and when not on duly In shoulder their muskets and stnrt for got her ue uouid tlx;!) t our pipes mid tho south. A majority of the regiment wander thioiigli Hie duty ami fever wanted to b brigaded with other regl stricken streets, smoke nnd talk of ments from Massachusetts, but with boine. but never did we pcnk of Kllen. wisdom nnd foresight the chief execu jthouclt she was constantly lu ' ttij live commanded that the troops, from thoughts utid I believe lu her brother s the north should lie brigaded with also those from the south and west. It j ),n"o had broken out lu ramp, and wns a wise policy Hint threw the typhoid raged with deadly effect dur from Michigan with those from Texas. nBt One even nB rrm, summer , and those from California wlili tlmse- - ,lR ( W(l ,(( ))ti r(.Vl,rM fw, Maine and Vermont, nnd the men from n Mt The day had been mr0f ... i..irri,r ... the camp, and ills from Massachusetts with the honest , ,,,,.., i..mi..r fellows from Ceorgln. The spirit of friendship which had twen growing for Xm r department The over thirty years was to Ik? cemented r,.,(lf min ,,.,,. ,,roilBl by nn alliance against a common ene UrM (1()(,(,r;, N(, u, (),)lmM I ins was now wo loiiim ourselves my asleep, nnd the men were stretched In the same brigade with n Oeorgla outside their dog tents The ground regiment nnd with another from lien wns dry and hot, and Hie moon hung tucky. In the heavens like u great hall of (Ire. U'e mingled nlth one another from Just ns the midnight hour was culled tho llrst on friendly terms; we shared I heard some one lu the direction of one another's rations and nursed one tho Kentucky reuinient. that lay across another's sick I met every ticorglau the road from us, begin to whistle u lib an outstretched hand, for I felt the "Old lieiilin ky Home" The notes somehow that they had claims on mc fell sweet nnd clear across die tented which the others did not possess. The Held, Heroic be had Mulshed a bur Individual was lust lu that great, some one loo I; up the tune nud whls camp, mid those iillh whom crowded tied a Fecund One after another JoinI talked of the Turpltis did nut seem .1 I.. .1. . ll in iii mc men"!;, nunI iiiiniiy wicre I was destined to to know them. Hut was hardly a man In the regiment, so hear news of my friends much sooner It seemed to mo. who nns not whisthan I thought. tling It died aiiay as suddenly ns It I had been sent to division headquarI think the ters one day with n message from my had been Inspired, nnd slept with sweeler rest for havcolonel As I stepped under Hie nwn-- ( ennip ing heard the serenade I fell Into n Ing of the tent I saw nu otllcer In n tltful sleep and wakisl to partial con major's uniform sitting ut a table rend lag some n'irts The fare was par- sclousness only when reiellle was tially In shadow, hut I saw at onco sounded I made an effort to rise, but fell back, that It wns Itud. How much lie knew I did not know too weak to move again The surgeon came In shortly after that and took tny wns eager to learn. lie saw me It was nlth u sickening sHike. and. not iialttug. as I had tctuNTntiire done, lie lenieil from the table, scat- sense of humiliation that I heard htm tering Hie euulenls over the llixir. and say thai It was a bad case of fever. I could lie moved Itud came In. rushed to me nlth arms outstretched. Ilefore Impulsliel.i tie threw one nnn around nud I lenrnisl afterward that be feared I turned my my neck and with the other grnsicil I would be tnken down my hand He saw how deep tny feel- eyes to him In mute nppenl lie touched my band kindly, and I drew him ing was and did not seak at once. "Hnd." I asked tliially. "how are nil near me "If I should die. Hud. will you tell at the l'lnes?' It was the question which was niot imtnrnl to my lips, Miss Kllen that I nave always loved ber and that my last HioiikIHs were of hungering, yet dreadfor I bad hei-berT I snld In a half whisper ing, to r news of them. He prcsMst my hand for nn answer Nothing ever "Aliout the same. and placed lit- oilier on my fevered Ihanges there." lie wild I heard him nsk Hie doctor to temple "Your father and mother?" I asked. of lids put lent. let him baie "Iloth nre well, thank (Sod!" "Ills lite is dearei than my own.' hn "And Miss Kllen?" I ventured. Mid. I 3 the surgeou nud hi brad for n moment bis fac clouded and beard him add Hint It would take when be told me she wus not like great nursing to pull mo through. what she umsI to lie. Then suddenly, It wuH-thIhsi thing I remember for as If some Idea hnd shot across bis mnny I heard a day. afterward how mind for the llrst time, be dmpissl my be nursed me. how lie slept by my cot hand and. looking mv squnrely In the at night nud sat liy It nil day Afterface, said: ward be told me that I talked only of "She has never been the same slnco the I 'lues lu mj delirium, and for the you were there. " He seemed suddenly first time he bad learned that It was 1 to stiffen nlth dignity ns be added: wtni had taken up the uiortgnge and "Palmer. If I thought your visit there reduced Hie Interest. The day came had wrought this change heaven only when the surgtsins despaired of ui knows what 1 would do. Ilefore Ink life, and then It was (bat he teleIng my hand ngalu answer me honestgraphed his sister I liaie Hint faded ly, Palmer, did you trifle with tny little bit or pnier on which be unite the you were with ns nt the message sister n hen framed and hanging over my Pines T desk and underneath It her answer. "Ilefore t.'od I did not!" I cried. "She "Lieutenant Palmer lilng nt point of rejected my love, and that Is why I left death Your name Incessantly on his I will tell you all aliout so suddenly. Up. Don't come If you think best, but It, Hud. us I wanted to do before I It might save bis life," was what he left," I said sent. "I lielleie jou. Palmer." he said, lay The answer was even shorter. It Ing his baud on my shoulder again read simply, "Keep him alive until I reach there." They told mo that her nursing saved my life One touch from her hand ntvl my delirium would subside, nnd. though I Iny unconscious for days, she look little rest, and when she ioutd lie down it wns Hud who would take her place ut my side. One morning Just after orders camo for my regiment to stnrt for Cuba my eyes opened to the world and my senses returned. Hud was by tny side. I knew then that Miss Kllen had been there, for the Intluence of her presence was with me still "Where Is she?" I nsked. "(Jetting n little needed rest," ho answered "The crisis wus passed Inst night, nnd she knows you arc saved to her." The big. strong fellow could stand It no longer. He knelt by my tied and. holding my hand, burled his face In I the covering knew that he wns weeping for very Joy for his sister. turned over wearily and laid my tmnd on his head. "Hud," I whispered, "has she forgiven?" "Yes, Howard." he said. "She haB told you so herself many a time In tho long watches of the night." (Continued noxt week.) "'' I - ,, ,.,,,.. ,..., ,,. ,. ' 1 1 lii-n- - rhne e 1 Ha nuahed to Me With stretched. "Hut keep your secret, whatever It may be, fur It Is hers also, and you have no right to betray It." I grouped his hand again nnd stood looking out Into the dusty cump street and over the hills In the dlstunco. "Who Is with them?" 1 asked presently. "My younger brother, little llrent. He Is keeping the family ullve while am doing wbut I can to keep ullve Its repu tatlou." lie said, with an attempt tit humor that cut me like u knife "You may not know how we feel about this sort of thing duwu here." he added. -but to us It Is quite as dear as life Itself," Ue then told me that It was Miss Kl jen who hud urged him to go to the front jiutl who jiiU j;lven him Hie 1 Find the Man Every man and woman is anxious to buy some article necessity or luxury every day of his or her Ufa. Single handed It would take yon months to seek out those Interested In your line of business. An advertisement In this paper does the work Instantaneously. It corrals the purchaser brings him to your store makes him buy things you advertised. lUiarnaki. law. ky W. K. U J March 6, 1913. - THE CITIZEN THE FLOCKMA9TER, Page Seven Farm MAKING t i ! INTENSIVE FARMING Conducted by FRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M.S. arid Garden HOME ATTRACTIVE. tli Farmers Have Nrnt, InRH, Matsrials For Dtu- tlfylng Right at Hand. conveniently iirriiiiKi'd hulhb well kept Inwii attractively bordered with trees ntul shrub mill (jreiitly to tli npiearnnrp ntul vnluo of tlio furiii nml to tin- - tini)iltiMM of ltd occupant, nays n hul'utlii of tho town Aprlciiltur.il Experiment Stntlnii on "Planning nml Adorning (tie llnim-stea- r d." ' The farmstead. Including n It doei the general nren occupied by tin fnrm building, Iioiih nml lawn, I tlio center of activity for tlio fiirm. lit planning nml development, lioth from life'' "t - ,; . ',. ' S- " ' ' t ' IbbiVvIb? "BBBaaaaVB nperlmcnt station nirrrr ArruoACit to a faiimiioi.he. the standpoint of convenience nnd of HecurltiRnn nttrnctlve ImidKcnpe effect, deeerve spti'liil conildemtlon. A well IhniiRht out lnn Is the llrst reiiulflte to Ret thee result, ns III the absence of n detlnlte scheme sort, otis mistake nre likely to he umde. This pint) should Include the location of IiiiIIiIIiirs, drives, wnlks, trees, Nhnihtery, nml every other feiituro which nrnt rlhiites either to the convenience or ornmiientntloii of the place. It should lie developed with the Isrccr rrl.itlotisblps nlwny In mind. The liK'iitlon of the houe nnd fnrtn building Is the llrst conslilerntlon. Even thuiiRh It happens thnt some or till of tlii"e nre nlrendy on the ground, n plan fur their locntton Is Importnnt. New fnrm homes nre erected to old ones nnd other new fnrm e nre milled, which miike of tho n Renuml conslilerntlon entire building scheme. Muterhil Improvement enn often Is) made In n fnrmstetnl by n readjustment ns new hulldliiRs nre put up. though Die best results nre obtained where thing are plnnued rlRht from the start sup-plntriK-ture- s prnc-tlcnhl- Photograph by ljn Ulanri aicrl ulturat Ttcre li no nulmnl more tin- profitable than a tmur sheen. Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator t Hlipcp kIioiiM not hp kept with , , iionM or swine. Tor they nre Hit . . hie to get killed Make the Homo Orchard Produce This Year. Hlieep feeders run no longer Ignore the vnlue of iiinnure tin n Tho problem of what to do with theso sprayings use dilute Hordeaux byproduct of tho feed lot. tho applo orchard In order to make It mixture, to which should bo added Hheep do best on high, rolling an lniKrtnnt tho arsenate, cf lend. ground; low ground produce T produce good fruit la In tills work ono should nlwayB one. Everywhere ono can find orch-nii.. root rot nml piirmllei. Hheep nre roinfnrt lover, nml that havo produced good fruit know Just what ho Is spraying for. ! ! tlio nmn who neglects to pro- during tho past seasons, but owlnR to In goncral, all leaf and fruit ratvide them with good, dry mIicIIit neglect nnd ndvnnclnx nso, they hnvo ing Insects, cuch an slugs, caterpilmnke n cohIIv error fallen Into tho habit of bearing only lars, beetles, codling moth, etc., aro A wide rouge nnd freiuetit pi- T In seasons nt which tlmo every tree controlled by using Paris green or X change of pimturp will reduce the of lead when tho Insects first In full of fruit. Anyone who has nn ravnges of the stomach worm, s appear. Scalo Insects, such an oyster T T iiiiii S ...I cm'iiiy 01. - Inceji .. ., orchard of this kind should lie icnriui to know what steps may Ira tak- shell scale, San Joco scalo and scurfy A common error of tlio expert- enccd feeder Is failure to provide !! en to niako tho trees return a crop bark louse, are controlled by using sotno ono of tho contact sprays, such " Rood shelter, Lnnth ennnnt miike of fruit regularly. Rood gnln with wet feet or hor as koroscno emulsion, or lime sulOno of tho chief difficulties In carpy fleeces. phur solution, In tho spring before ing for tho homo orchard Is the spraying. Fairly good fruit tuny often lie. tho buds open. Spraying Is not the only operation produced without cultivation. PrunDEVELOPING HEIFERS. ing Is not such n difficult operation that Is necessary to mako nn orchard nnd thero Is a wldo range of tlmo In profitable. It Is but one of tho llnko Buccals Dapsndi Upon a Judicious wl'lc" this operation can be performed. In tho chain of successful orchard of tha Calf. With spraying It Is different, how- management. Pruning and cultivation Tho primary object In keepltiR nnd ever, nnd In order to get tho best aro also Important and should not be feedliiR the dairy heifer Is to evelitunlly results tho spray material should ho neglected If ono expects to get the n milk cow of her mnke Much of the liest results. applied nt tho proper tlmo. of developing n heifer Into n Tho outfit needed for spraying a If San Jono scalo Is present In the prnlltalilo milker depends upon tho Ju- tho flrat spraying should bo small orchard should consist of a II, orchard dlclous Hclei'tlon of the calf, writes applied during the dormant season, good brass lined pump with a barrel, K. McCartney In the lown Ilrtmestead. preferably as late ns jtosslblo be- twcnty-flv- o feet of hoso, a good eight There Is n of roihI prolltnble cows on the market. There are thou- fore tho buds start to swell. For this or ten foot bamboo extension rod, Calves Spraying us strong llme.Bulphur wash. with ono or more standard nozzles. sands of unprofitable ones frum pnrentiiRe that are stroiiR In dairy This may bo prepared at home or It Tho whole, outfit should not cost g doltnoro than twenty or twcnty-flvetiarncterlstlcs are to have preference mny he purchased from various oved those of poot breed Inc. lars, and if cared for It will last sever-n- l companies. I)cvelniineiit should be kept up from years. A half day or a day nt tho Tho next Important sprnylng should the start This menus thnt the heifer Im) given Just after tho petals fall, most will suffice to spray an orchard will mature nt mi enrller nRe nnd will to fifty trees, acbefore tho calyx cups close. !t of from twonty-ftv- o doubtless tie n larger nnd more profit and Is given nt this time so as to guard cording to size. nble cow (iciiemlly Hpe.iUnR, the wash Is in ado as folnnd Rrowthlest heifers mnke the ngaltiHt the codling moth, the Insect best cows. Of course there nre limita- that causes wormy fruit and causes lows: Twenty pounds of lump lime tions, such its those of breed. Knell the young apples to fall off. Hordeaux Is slaked to a creamy mixture and breed hns Its own mnxlmum size. No or dilute may be used, fifteen pounds of sulphur added. To system of feeding could possibly cntiso to which ndd two or three (Kiunds of this should bo added fifteen gallons n heifer of one of the smaller breeds to lead nrsennto. The Hordeaux will s?rvo of water. Iloll for ono hour, stirring develop Into the ordinary size cow of to keep tho fungus disease. In check, j frequently. At tho end of the cookolio of the breeds that Kisesses greatbe From four to six weeks later a , ing process tho mixture should er Individual size nnd weight. Vet enough to within each breed It mny be taken ns n third and a fourth spraying may be nmbor In color. Add water rule that the larger nml more strongly necessary lu order to protect tho make fifty gallons and apply at once. J. II. Carmondy, Assistant Horconstituted cows nre the prollt.lble pro- fruit from bitter rot, scab, black rot, ducers sooty blotch, codling moth, etc. For ticulturist, Ky. Experiment Station. To glvo the calf n right start Is very tho government expert In charge of essential. Crow th should be kept up the Hoys' Corn club movement, pick from the first. If the calf Is stunted ERECTING HIS out fifty bushels of extra seed corn. her growth Is chocked nnd the nge of This carefully selected stock seed corn reaching maturity Is positioned. Somens the Lester will be offered times the effects of the stunting nre OWN MONUMENT. Hrynnt Strain offor sale County White. Hoone bucIi that she never reaches the size It will be sold at $1 per ear. All the nnd deieliipment thnt nature Intended money realized from the sale of this for her Manv successful dairy stockremarkable corn will be placed In bank . How Letter Bryant, the Boy Champion I nt Frankfort to tlie credit of the Les- -I - . . . -Mailt r I T SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door i t I I " Berea's Vocational Schools money-earning g, Training that adds to your I ls power, combined wltb general education. FOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry Printing, Commercial. FOR YOUNO LADIES HomeSclenco, Dresnnaking, Cooking, Nura-InStenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School t i t 1 - I f nnx-lou- Ooneral Education for thogo not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others Ilka yourself and give chanco for most rapid progress. 3rd Door going Berea's General Academy Course For thou who aro not expecting to tcath and who are not through College, but dealro more general education. This Is Just tho thing for thoso pro paring for medical studies or other professions without a col lego course. It also gives tho best general educatlou for those who wbh a good start In study and expect U carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School mil-ces- s This gives the very best training for thoso who expect to teach. Courses aro so arranged that young people 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 of study. Read Dlnsmore'o great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door 6th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College and provides Thla la tho straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy ic now Berea's largest department. standard innnu-tncturln- o Thla la tho crown of tho wholo Institution, courses in all advanced subjects. Inr-Re- Llmo-sulph- Questions Answered Berea College with :u affiliated schorls. Is not a money-makin- g Institution. It requires certain fees, but It expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of Its student, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in evory way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the charaetor and reputation of the young people. Our students come from tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra DEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS, 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 their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate la the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoe are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. Tin College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towls. For table board, without coffiee or extras, $1.35 a week. In the fall, and $1,150 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 expenaea for care of school buildings, hosultal, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachtrs all our Instruction Is a tree gift). The Incidental Fee for most students Is $5.00 a term; In Academy and Normal $C.0O ana $7.00 In Collegiate llmc-Gulph- - 1 Buy Hit Own Memorial With His Record Crop of Corn. One very frequently hears the re-mark. "That fellow Is erecting hN own No one In tho Itoekfleld nioi'iimeut," nelghlsirluHMl Inst summer ever thought Ilryant's record crop of that corn would lie the means of liulldlng him a memorial. No one watching a vigorous youngster put Ids life nnd soul Into the work as he did could have forseen such an event, ami yet If 1 r EXPENSE Rent , ACCOUNT. . 5.00 Preparation of land. Seed Planting I ) ' ,. 3.50 25 .". Manure Cultivation Gathering Total cost 2 148 bus. and 55 lbs. Fertilizer ,. .. 4.37 3.90 2.00 19.02 T WONDERFUL FARMINQ. r ? ,j, Dr. Russell of Columbia unlay the Islnnd of (Juern- sey Is Just nls)iit the size of one- Z half of n government township, T six miles square, nnd very much tho satnp shape tr illviitis magonnlly, say, from the northwest corner to the southeast corner. On this small territory 10.000 people mid 0.000 cattle tlnd sub- There's farming for slstence. yon. it vcrslty ;r .i, - ;j .;. t i 'V 7 ; of Die tiffin n Hulas cnus to show a high ilecrre of emcleacy In convert-IrifeJ Into milk or Into flesh characteristic ond a pronounceil that they are not of a nervous tllfipoalltoii or habit OrowInK out or the treiiifth of contltutlon ta the charncterl'tta lout; life of the brvnl At eleven or twelve yenra of nee tho raivi nro In their prime. They tend to take on fat when dry ami Kite It ofT slowly when In milk. Tim hull shown was xrnnd champion of hli bicwl at the WUconaln state fair last year. It Is a Krnrnl clmraclrrlllo at 60c. 8920 $70.18 Profit eeaeei ter Hrynnt memorial fund. As there will proUibly lie nt least 3.50j ears in the fifty bushels of com, a magnificent u.oiiumetit Is sure to rise In the Rowling Green cemetery, where the boy Is sbbbbbbbHC' courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental feo and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: WINTER TERM Incidental Fee Room Board 6 VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS $ S.OO ACADEMY AND NORMAL $ 6.00 COLLKOK $ 7.00 'JBsbHLbbbV I r burled. All orders for the corn should be sent uirei'l to .ir. .ewiuau s rrnntiuri office. The corn will be shipped to those entering from Howling Green. Kentucky's Boys' Corn Clubs. The Hoys' Com club movement Is only two years old In this state, nnd yet big things hnve been accomplished. The Corn club boys, several thousand but better f them, nre enthii'diistlc; than enthusiasm are the results thnt liave come from the work. When the state chnmplons met In Washington this winter with the who hnd charge of the work In the various states, there wns nnturally n feeling of Intense rivalry. Twelvo.of the southern states thnt had been push-- , Ing the Hoys' Corn club Idea for sov- eral years, hnd records of 4 12 boys that hnd grown over 100 bushels on an acre. Alabama and fioorgln each had over too boys with tills record to their credit, but both of these states hnd been organized for club work for the pnst eight years, it Is very gratifying to be able t' write that Kentucky, with nn organization of only two yours, made a Fifty-seveboys In splendid record. Kentucky this past season grew over 100 bushels of corn to the ncre. How many adult fanners did thnt wellt FAMOUS LIES OF HISTORY I shall bo detained at tho office tonight, lovo, it may be ufter mid night boforo I get through with my work. Good afternoon, Mrs. Jones; how charming you look. Delighted to seo weeks 6.00 9.00 7.20 9.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.24 Hang Up tha Scythe. It Is undesirable to leave n scythe lying about, yet It Is equally dllllrult to find n suitable place to hang one. To hang It nn n nail Is to risk dulling tho blade, while to hang It In ttie crotch of n tree Is detrimental to the tree's welfare. However, there Is a wny. Obtain n V shaped eroteli irom an old limb, rutting one fork about n foot In length nnd the other nlsiut six Inches. The rear side of the long fork Is then trimmed down slightly ho that It run be nailed uprightly to n lint surface. This will form n permanent plnce for the scythe, where the blade will not get dulled nor n fruit tree be Injured. Farm nnd Fireside. j Around the Honey Makers. Comb honey thnt Is to Is sent to j a dUtnut market should be shipped before cold weather, since the combs becoino extremely fragllo when cold. ChaiiRO nil falling or slow queens promptly and breed from the best you can secure, thus raising the stnndnrd of your stock step by step nnd Improving the iiverngo year by yenr. Tho young bees, hatched from Aug. 1 on, constitute tho colony to bo wintered, nnd for this reason It Is wise to seo that much brood Is ready, veil If you hnvo to tesort to stimulative feeding. As n rule, bees cast a prltno swarm soon ns tho llrst queen rcll Is sealed unless prevented by bad weather; therefore the llrst young queen mny bo expected to emerge on the eighth dny from tho first swarm. When the hives nro well distributed In a certain spneo their Inmates can be more easily handled. It seems to Improve their disposition, especially If there are some trees, shrubs or the Itke bout It Robbing Is not so prevalent, altber. and the absence of that always helpa to make bees better natured. sas Farmer. men make a practice of giving n little new milk for a few days mid then change to skliumllk. making the liquid portion of the ration wholly of that by ' the end of four weeks. Tho sklinnillk ' may lie kept up to the age of three months, or. If plentiful and cheap, six months Is none Uxt long to use It. The spring calf will begin to eat gross and the fall or winter calf to cat I hay nt nn early age Crass Is nature's best feed next to milk nnd should lie provided In abundance If possible. ' Hay. It Is needless to say. should be rich, nutritious nnd very palatable. i or Whether to feed grain extensively not deiHMids upon the price of the grnln. the value of the animal when mature nnd the ngo nt which It Is expected to ninture. In general a little grain may well be fed to spring calves during the first year. The following spring, when they nre n yenr old. they will do very nicely on good pasture without nny supplement. Winter calves will need grain until spring mid during their llrst summer unless their pasture Is unusiintly iibiindntit. The age to breed Is n big fnctor in do. veloplng a heifer. One that has lieen healthy nnd growthy from birth will usually bo ready for breeding nt the nge of sixteen or eighteen months. Tills will muse her to calve shortly after becoming two years of nge. On the other hand, those that have been stunted or which hnvo developed slowly often should not bo bred until such ago I.ESTKII UIIVANT. as will bring the date of llrst calving at about threo years. pinna of the Hon. J. W. Newman the carry, and they are 'sure to, the boy Pura Blood Prspotant. will have erected his own memorial. Most of the more popular breeds ot At the funeral of Lester Hrynnt a pure bred nulinals nre prepotent-th- nt few days lifter his tragic death at Is. thoy transmit their qualities to their Washington Mr. Newman outlined his progeny. Rut they will not remain pre- plan to a few close friends. The plan potent very long unless they are was so unique and so easy of handling by the snino care In selection that It wns soon after decided ujion. and feeding which established their Mr. Newman has bought Lester prepotency In the first plnce. That crop of fine Kentucky tested, which created the distinctive breeds Is Rootie County White seed corn from Kannecessary for their maintenance. the boy's father and bad Dr. Mutcnler, Amount due January 1, 1913 Board for 6 weeks, due Feb. 12, .... $20.00 9.00 $29.00 '$22.20 9.00 $31.20 Total for term If paid In advance SPRING Incidental Foe Room Board 5 $28.60 S30.7O $ 6.00 S3I.70 $ 7.00 BaHl TERM $ 6.00 weeks 4.00 6.75 15.75 6.76 22.60 - 6.00 6.75 17.75 6.76 24.50 5.00 6.75 18.75 6.75 25.50 Amount due March 26, 1913 .. .. Board 5 weeks due Apr. 30, 1913 . Total for term If paid In advance $22.O0 tho dollar doposlt $24.00 nor money $25.00 for books or This laundry. does not include you. Thero la moro liquor sold In dry territory than wet. So sorry Dr. Thirdly, but I was Indisposed and couldn't get to church yosterday. I missed your sermon to much. Ury-ant- 's Just ono word moro brethren and sisters and I havo dono. Lot mo havo a flvo, Sam? I'll pay you hack tomorrow, Agnes you aro tho only girl lever loved or could love. Special Expenses Business. Total Foil Winter Spring $10.00 Stenography and Typewriting .. ..$14.00 $12.00 $36.00 12.00 36.00 10.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .. .. 14.00 18.00 6.00 5.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) Business course studies for students In other departments: 27.00 9.00 7.60 10.50 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use 18.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 ot Instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. S.4C 1.60 1.80 Arlth., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 In no case wir. special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea it there Is the will to do so. It Is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year ot continuous study, Many young people waste time In the public schools going over and over the same things, when they might be Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies wltm soma ot the best young men and women from other counties and state. Applicants must brine or send a testimonial showing that they are above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or soma reliable teacher or neighbor. The us of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Spring Term opens, Wednesday, March 26th. Qet ready. For inforaattoa or friendly adrice writ ta the Secretary. able-bodi- ed D. WALTER MORTON, Btxea, Ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. son of Wm. McColIum, was pretty badly poisoned a few daya ago by coming In contact with poison vine whllo out at play. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Ford visited a sick relative. Sunday. think tho now story excellent. Born to Mr. and Mrs Joo Marshall, a girl baby, tho 26th. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beckncll, twin babies, Thsy havo been named tho 26th. John and Lucy for Dr. Mahaffy and wife. o-- March 6, 191 y. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else ft corrnrsare ll wt (M Mlsaf sstlicatloa, kit ! S flfttd la fall Ij Mt wHtif. TUts t (M4 Itr rrrr Utalr. falta. WiIU movo shortly to railroad property near Snider. Mrs. D. D. Chastccn visited her daughter near Snider recently. Jcnnio Gadd Is sick at her home near Hnlder. A. D. Lcvctt who has been ijullo sick Is out again. J. W. Lambert la clork In Squire Ijunbert's store this week. Grace Byrd has Huso Lamb and Bright ChasBoone, tecn of Bcrea passed thru Sunday. Oscar Slmo has gone to Muncy, lnd., where ho will probably rrmaln for somo time. Joo Leavott and family recently moved In tho houso belonging to A. I). Leavctt, f which was vacated by tho family Prayer meeting John Richmond. every Tuesday night at the homo of Andrew Byrd near Flat Gap. Next Saturday and Sunday Geo. Childress of near Brush Creek will lecture at Falrvlcw church house. DIII.ANIIO Orlando, Mar. 3 Tho nlco weather still continues nnd tho farmers arc getting along nicely with their farming. Dr. S. Ball was thrown from the jasscnger train nt Wlldlo this week and was very badly hurt in the henil. Aunt Hcttlo Mason, who has been In very poor health Is Mowly Improving. Mrs. Jcnnio Adams of Mt. Vernon was visiting homo folks here, Friday. Several young folks spent Saturday with Miss M. T. Singleton. D. G. Clark of Johnctta was a caller here, Friday Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Singleton wero visiting rJl.Ulves h re, Monday. Miss Mattlc Owens nnd Miss Ella Proctor were visiting Miss M. T. Slnglctou, Friday. J, W. Clias-teetho bustling shoo drummer, was here, Friday, calling on the merchant, Miss Myrtlo Maion was a vls.tor at tho homo of her cousin Miss Casio Angiin, Sunday. ANNOUNCEMENT For County Court Clerk We arc nuthorltcd to announce E. D. Johnson as a candldato lor Oountr Court Clerk of Jackson County, object to tho action of the Republican (d) primary In Aug. 1913. Representative For Wo arc authorized to announce W. R. Kcynolde of Jackson County an a candidate for Representative from the Counties of Jackson, Owsley and Clay before the Republican voters at tho August Primary 1913. Your vote an; respectfully solicited. CLOVKtl BOTTOM Baking PriVI Powder Absolutely Pure Hie only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar JACKSON COUNTY PIIITKTT 1 4 Sturgeon, Mar. 4. Married on Mar. 3rd, at tho home of the brldo, Mat-ti- e Strong and Anco Conrnd. Mrs. V. meeting. S. Brewer Is improving slowly. flUATUAWK Strong Is also improving. Mm. I Gray Hawk, Mar. 3. The Row Jno. Sherman Brewer Is very icorly. Mason filled his regular appointment Rev. Ward of Stone Colo failed lo GARRARD COUNTY at Gray Hawk. Tho Rev. D. Young fill his appointment here, Saturday TAINT I.ICK has started up hl3 Sunday School and Sunday. Andy Pierton has Eold Paint Lick, Feb. 2S. Widow Hcsrr I fa stepped a few Sundays on again. account of the measles. Joab Bcgley has moved to his new home at Gray to Hawk. James Drumback moved tho house vacated by Bcgley and H. L. Drumback to tho houss acated by James Drumback. The people tf ; Gray Hawk are Improving their llttlo town by building new houses and wlrcJ lenclng and cleaning up things In ISAACS general. They Intend to have n clean Isaacs, Feb. 2$. Rov. Jas. Brewer nnd sanitary town. of Corblu Is holding a scries of meetOWSLEY COUNTY ings at tha Annville Baptist church. CONKI.INO D. R. Alien who has been a travelConkllng, Feb. 27. Everybody Is ing salesman in southern Indiana, the past seven months, is vUIting enjoying the nlco weather. Mrs. Ida Wilson has been very sick with homo folks at this place. R. E. TayDr. A. M. Glass was called, lor Is logging. Tom Brewer is makDay ing tics for R. E. Taylor. Geo. Pen- Monday, to boo Uncle Beatty nington, our merchant, has purchased whoso health Is very much Impaired. Log and tie hauling still continues R. W. Strong's stock of goods. Mrs. Martha Fllnehum of London vis- on both forks of Island Creek. Leo ited relatives hero this wook. Born Blake of Island City, made a trip to to Mrs. A. II. Parett, a fine girl la3t the mouth of Island Creek for a load week. J. L. Davis is putting up a of corn for F. F. McColIum, Monday. Rev. Johnson held a throe days' nlco lot of wire fencing. Ben Nichols is clearing a new ground. Died re- meeting at Doe Creek last week. cently, Mrs. Vide Truett. Sho leaves Prayer meeting was also conducted by him at Wm. McCollum's, Tuesa husband and four children. We our slnccro sympathy to the day afternoon. Ell Taylor made a business trip to Turin, Tuesday. THE NATION'S CAPITOL. bereaved family. Tom Holcomb and H. M. Anderson KKUItV K.NOlt of the rnpltnl wi begun In 171KI, mill tin- - eornerMonr of The conitroetlon Korby Knob, Mar. 3. Preaching mado a trip to Idamay one day this the central portion of the building vn- l:ild tiy l'reldf!it Washington In week for a load of goods for Win. September of that year. On Auk. 1M, 181 tin capital wm p.irlly deMrojed cervices wcxo held at this place, Sunday night, conducted by Rev. J. G. Parker. J. C. Green had a clearing by British troops, who set tiro to all the public bulldlm.'. Tln coriwrstone of Paroons. Mr. and Mrs. Powell are last Thursday. GId Blake Is erecting the wlng-- wat laid ou July 1, 1S11, by President Fillmore, nnd Daniel Webter These wf:,jc, or extension, were completed In JSfW planning to leave, Tuesday, for Ind- a nico dwelling house. The Mlss.s officiated ii orator. capltol was Tne total .out of tho about $1 UUM"). iana, where they expect to make Kathleen McColIum and Rose Andervisited Miss Beatrice Green, A baby girl son their homo for a while. arrived at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday. Miss Maud Anderson was Matt Splvy, Feb. 12. M. J. Smith one among the number that partook his farm to John Wilson for $000, has moved In tho Wallace housa In has sold his stock of mcrchandiso to of the nlco dinner, Sunday, which and will soon start on thu road with Wallaccton. May Pond.r and lamlly D. C. Sparks. James Isaacs has sold celebrated her uncle, Chas. Evcrsolo's u moving picture chow. R. L. JIu,h h havo moved Into their nsw dwelling Mrs. Maggie Blake and of Berea visited home fol .s a fw uays near Wtllsccton. Mrs. Martha Mit. il his faria to L. Powell and moved to birthday. Horso Lick. Wiley Smith and wife Mrs. Flora Peters and little daughter. last week. Bent Plorton s case In and her two children woro visitand little daughter visited Isaac Hobba Maud, visited Mrs. Emily McColIum, the Federal Court was moved to Jack ing friends In" Bcrca last week. I Saturday afternoon. Kash, the littlo son, Breathitt. Ho is to have his fin- Green B. Gabbard lias boon irrlously and family Saturday night. al trial th.s week, L. B. Iirowir made 111, but Is ablo to be out again. Mr. a buslues3 trip to Boonevlile, Mon- Olllo lloaln killed a pig last Monday day. Arthur Welch haB moved fr.m that was only G months and 25 dajs property belonging to Melv.n Pr.cJ, old and weighed 310 ounds and yielded 10 gallons cf lard. Beat tlat to Mrs. R. S. Wilson's property. If you can. Aunt Rachel Duck, who 111.AKK Blake, Feb. 28. Pleasant Evans f has born living with Mrs. Elizabeth Madison County has boon in Huso McColIum for tho last two ycara, has TO THE parts buying cattle. Cows aw gola gone to her old homo to live with from thirty to forty do.law. Henry htr nephew, Dan McColIum, nt Juncand Jesse McUeorgo from Estill Coun- tion City. Mlsa Christian Asher enty havo purcLnsed two iiiuI.b from tertained at her homo, Friday night, Georgo Haivcy lor 3j0. Jol.11 Hud- Feb. 2lst, qu.ta a r.umb.r cf h r son died tho latli of Feb. Wo extend friends In honor of her friend M sj our deepest sympathy to tho b reav-e- d Norali Rich, from Horrlngton, IV' 11. family. Tha InlaU chl.d of .Mr. All report a cplend.d time Norah Rich from Horrlngton, Tcnn., visited and Mra. Bill Peters Is very 111. Born to tho wife of Bill Bocknsll. her grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mctwo flno balden. Their names are ColIum, last week. Miss Eva Moran John and Lucy. Born to tho wl.o from Bcrca also visited her grandof Charlie Petero, a flno boy. Will mother, Mrs. Elizabeth McColIum, reDan Ilotklno was In RichHasklns had a clearing, Thursday, and cently. ONE-WASPRING COLONIST TICKETS ON got a flno days work done. Mack mond, Saturday. Jainia Paktr and SALE DAILY MARCH 15 TO APRIL 15, 1913 to family vls.ted El as Wa lao cud McDanlcl had a clearing, Wednesday, in Western Montana, point Idaho, Washington, Oregon, British Columbia. Mrs. with good success also. Will .Koro family at Betva, Tuosday. ROUND TRIP IIOMKSEEKKRS' TICKETS ON had a working, Friday, with uiually Florenco Day and children from Wh SALE IM and 3rd TUESDAYS EACH MONTH to Lick visited her parents, Mr. and Mis. good success, Wllllo Nocly is hu many polnti in the Northwest United Stales and a new houso and Is expecting to Pal Ballard last week. Henry Ell'ot, Canada, Long limit and stopovers. movo this spring. Travel on the Wm. Anderoou, who has been visiting h'a motlnr, who Is working In Hazard, was homo Mrs. C. H. Baker, for a faw weeks, last week on a visit, but has return- has returned to Indianapolis. .Martha Pltkard has boon on tho sick lint ed to his work. and connecting lines, to for a wook. George Lakes left LiBt ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Sunday for Villa Grove, 111., whero Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, IHMIN K ho will bo engaged In furm work. Washington, Oregon, or to Manitoba, SaskatcheBoon", Mar. U. Squ'ro Lamb rt Is wan, Alberta, llritisli Columbia. attending to business In Lou svill ut LAUREL COUNTY Will send free Illustrated literature about the Northpresent. Mr. and Mis. E. C. Wren VIVA west United States.and full information about North, of Kenton are vlblt.ng friends Lnd ern Pacific rates of fare and service promptly upon Viva, Mar. 1. Rolley Beatty went request. It costs you nothing. Write todajr. relatives, In and near Boom.. Mar ried, a few days ago, Garfield Gabba d to Harlan last week cn business. . C, EATON, Travting Jmmig. Agent, 40 JC. 4th St., Cincinnati, O. was visiting In of this placo to Tahtha Coylo cf Rock, Mrs. Jano Beatty Af, J. COSTEU.O, D. P, A., 40 L 4th St., Cincinnati, 0. d ford. Wo wish them a leng and hap- - Owcnsboro last week und was homo by her granddaughter, py life Jess Wren and family Will Ru-pa- rd Tin-choox-te1 t his home. The Misses Ncll'.e and Florence Andrew visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Evans of Owsley County, last Saturday and Sunday. James Rrumlack has moved to his new home, known as the Rcglcy property, and his brother, Honcc, Is moving to the Drumba:k property. Charlie Cook,' our traveling salesman. Is visiting homo folks this week. Bllt Hamilton of Livingston is visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity. Lucy Peters is very sick. Wo are having soma very wit The and uncomfortable weather. King's Daughters were all sorry to r, hear of tho death of Mrs. Jas. W. R. Hngio one of their circle has a big salo on hand, beginning tho tho first of March and ending 8th, Dr. J. G. Bowlrs of Frankfort 1.4 visiting home folks. Lucy Juddot Gray Hawk spent last Monday at tho homo of L. J. Peters. Isaac Bowles who Is attending school at Berta visited homo folks during last Saturday and Sunday. Prlvett, Mar. l.- -J. D. Spurlock Is moving his saw and grist mill near Clover Bottom, Mar. 2. Died a few days since, our bclcvcd neighbor, Jno. Henry Abranis who lived to bo about , 90 years old. Ho leaves 7 children anil a host of friends to mourn his loss. Ho had been for a number of years ja member of tho Baptist church. Married, tho 1st Inst. Harvey Lakes 'to Miss Anna Baiter. Tho groom Is a 'son of Wilson Lakes and tho bride Is r daughter of Scott Baker, both being of very respectable families. Wo extend to tho happy pair our best wishes. G. M. Bongo of Happy Hollow has Just completed an addition to his liouso at tho mouth of Shucky Branch and has moved Into It. G. M. and Margaret Bongo of Shucky Branch visited their brother-in-laRobert Smith, on Blckncll mountain last Saturday and Sunday. Jas. Baker of Clover Creek has sold out and Is going to Indiana In a few days. S. A. Englc attended Fiscal Court at Saturday. Clovo Rogers has moved Into tho Barney Mooro Rev. Ballanger and daughter of Rockcastlo County visited James B, Mooro from Thursday until Saturday while, on his way to Grassy Springs to hold his regular monthly I Me-Kc- c, pro-port- y. INLAND C1TT Island City, Fob. 27. Died a few daya ago, Mr. John Hudson of this place. A wlfo and ten children survive him. Wo all glvo our best wishes to tho newly married couple, Capt. thcrt of Richmond, to Miss Kato Hill of Williamsburg. They left at onco for Chicago. HKIIAHT1AN Sebastian, Mar. 1. W. D. Horn, who has been ap'ndlng tho wlnUr here, has rcturnid to IiIb homo at Cincinnati, O. Lllllo Abncr baa returned homo from Leslie County. Born, Fob. 28th, to Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Gabbard, a son. His namo Is Woodrow Wilson. foods Makes delicious home-bake- d of maximum qualify at minimum cost Makes home baking pleasant and profitable Thompson, Tho Miss's Nan-nl- o Beatty, Etta Jones and Lula N w- MAKES A uOOD TALKER man attended church nt Slate Lick, WHAT s placo Sunday. Geo. Miller of th Doctor Johnson Says, Among Othar has moved to Chas. Green's prop rty. Things, Thirt Must B Presenet Irastd ih' old Centers Brts. have of Mind and Resolution. w Wildcat mines and ari bu Id'nc a n tipple. W. F. Jones of Mldr.d pa: fl A man may have the gift of gab ed thru Viva last week on li s way to without being a good talker, the LonLouisville. Several of tin bysiiom don Chronicle remarks. Of this order was Macaulay, who had no restful this placo attended tin show at L paces of alienee, last week. F. C. Jones und son, "I wish," said Sydney Smith, who Robert, havo traded mules. Wo an new story vvtymuch. could listen aa well aa talk, "I wish ail enjoying tho that Macaulay would see the differTevls William Williams and Walter Gabbard mado a trip to TallegA, last week, hauling goods for Mrs. M. Gabbard. Poail Stamper and Miss Lyiiln Gilbert wcrs quietly married at th ' homo of tho brldo last Thursday. They left Immediately fcr Long's Creek whero thoy will make their future homo. HTIJIKIKON. CLAY COUNTY lll'KMMl M'KI.MIH Burning Springs, Mar. 2. Mrs. Jns. Tunkersley has gone over to ( reek to ik her daughter, Mrs. Luther .McColIum, who Is very kirk. Boverly Hubbard, tho barber, Ih recovering irom a light paraljtici-ttoke- . Jesse McDar.lc tins Mlurned from Lmlngton, whero ho went acconii ut" Llizle, Rosa and Lucy ILikerto the Odd Fellows' Home. MesdamrH. Kneely and C'oxj of Rader lslt'd their many frh'tidi. hero this wot'k.--XrThomas Copo and family ha" rvturned to rvHlde. hero nltir U'lug In Hamilton, U, somo years. Tho. Robinson, the popular shoo drummer, Is with ids family u?ain. Thcopolls Jewell and wife had a quilting and working which tailed together many of their friends, J. II. Thompbon nnd family aro pleasantly located In th-- ! Nelson hotel of Hast II Tiistadt, w here Lo will bo glad to greet his many friends. Miss Oru Jones has goni Ui London to attend school. Mrs. Howling, neo IVarl Chestnut, leaves a oung child, parents, brother, sister and a host of friends to mourn h r untimely death which occurred last week. IN OUR OWN STATE Cunlhtunl from Fut Taier ence between colloquy and soliloquy." And on another occasion: "Oh. yea, wo both talk a good deal: but I don't bcllcvo Macaulay ever did hear my voice Sometimes when I hare told a good story I have thought to myself: He will 'Poor Macaulay! bo very aorry some day to have missed hearing that!"' The differ ence between the two men was that between tho clever talker and tho brilliant bore. But the elements of aucces In con defined. venation will bo variously Doctor Johnson, who must take rank with the foremost of tho or Id's great talkera, had his own theories on the subject. "Therii must In tho first place bp knowledge." ho said, "there must be materials. In tho second placo there must be command of words. In the third place, there muat bo ImaKlna-- t lun. to placo things aa they aro not commonly seen; and In tho fourth placo there muat be presence of mind, and a resolution that It la not to bo overcome by failures; this last Is essential, for want of It many people do not excel In conversation." Warm WaUr For th. Htnt. The iiii'IIhmI mIkiwii In tin- - nUflrli I tin- - drink to used In rnld lug wuter for the. xultry from ki--fn-ex- Fim Christian Church was caught under tho Instrument and both I gs were broken. tho WILL STATE UNIVERSITY MOVE? Threats are mado by the authorities of the Statu University at Lexington that it will go befcru tho Legislature and ask for the of tho Institution unl.ss tho l cil authorities In Islington will give LANTKI1M iNU fOUNTAIN IN UkUf BAUHU. (Klom I'niniUr Xlrchanlca hotter protection from tho encroachment of liquor business within illeIng. The device ninxlNtH of n part of gal proximity to tho University n biirrrl Inverted und net over the grounds. Great feeling l:ns b"vn exfountain nnd a tubular lantern. A cited by tho fnlluru cf the city auRnuill oxnlUK In rut In one Hide of thorities to properly protect tho Unithe luirrel through which the fowl can versity from tills nuUanco nnd men- reach the water Popular Mechanics. ace. IN JEFFERSON CO. of Jefferson County RIDDLES. havo npproved tho rxmnitrndatlon of the expenditure of JSfi.000 on thu What' la the difference between roads of tho County. V.'.SOO Is to bo forma und ceremonies? You alt upon ono and atand upoo exKndcd In each of tho nlno road Ho other. dlBtrlcU. Why must chimney sweeping be a KKNTUCKY IN WASHINGTON very iigrecahlo business? Tho Kentucky delegation to tho Because II suits (soots) every one Inauguration aro planning to upend who tries It. several days n Washington. Thompl-to- l In what color should a secret bo city has a decided Kentucky air kept? at this time. Inviolate (In violet). Perfect with a head, perfect without LAWYER HRANDKIS HIES Albert S. Urandcls, General follcl-to- r a head; perfect with a tall, perfect of tho L. and N. Railroad, on tils without a tall; perfect with either, return from Washington, whero hu wither or both? A wig. argued u caso h?gforo tho Supromo How can you mako a tall man short? Court, was stricken suddenly, Monday Borrow live dollars of him, morning, with heart failure, which What firearm does the earth ro. culmlnuted in hlH death, His urdlrmrl-l- y beinble? A revolver. robust health gavo no warning of When Is a lawyer like a donkey? his condition. When ho Is drawing a conveyance. BAPTIST MISSION BOARD What musical Instrument should Tho quarterly meeting of tho Dai-tl- st we never believe? Church licaru of Missions InstructA lyre, ed tho Secretaiy to sond out letters Why Is a retired carpenter llko a. to tho eleven hundred pastorH ami lecturer? tho elghtoen hundred and thirty-flv- o Because he Is an Why should a n hip's olllcer uevor clorks cf tho Baptist Ch irdrs reportput his chronometer under his piling tho work accomplished and that low? an ovcry m mb r cam n gn b r nn llecauso he should never (deep upon to nilso $50,000 which Is needed by hla watch Kentucky to meet her assessment for illusion work. "What tlmo la It? TEN THOUSAND DOLLAR BOND Tlino to do well, Schumann who drives tho automobTlmo t" llvo better, ile for Owen Tyler of Lotilsvlllo was Glvo up that grudgo, held under a ten thousand dollar bend Answer that 1'Jttor, ou tho chargo of nuirder fcr having Speak tho kind word to sweeten a run down and killed Mrs. Stephmsof sorrow, Murray Avcnuo and then left her Do that kind deed you would leavo body on tho street. till GOOD ROADS Magistrates LOW FARES Fertile Northwest 0, fOi 11 Y ld-I- Northern Ry z-- Lccom-panio- ( , X