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ID emoted, n ?The CitizenPeople Interests to tlie of tlae Mo-u-XiteLin- Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with modern . knowledge is to read a good newspaper. . Vol. XIV. Five cents IlKltl'A MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAItCII 13, I01S Ono Dollar n year. No. 37 3 PRESIDENT WILSON AND MIS CABINET Great Victory for the Greeks from Iiiih come Hut llltlo now tho field of operations In tho Balkan for several weeks, partly due to the greater Interest taken on till side of the Atlantic In Mexican affairs ami tartly to tho censor. Tho past week, however, has been signalized by ono of tlm greatest of the w.ir. th! fallltiK of Janl-nono of tho throe strongholds that has held out .igidnst tho allied Adrlanoplo and Sctitarla blug tho other two. a. r. j. jcncrjct rosindsrer n -- IJQ5EPHU5 DANIELS Na"571 I I n terior Labor I i DF. HOUSTON. "'AtoicuHitml Commerce "a labor WE FALL IN LINE " Hiimmon all honent mm, nil ixttrinlic aiul till forward look-inmen to my (i',"Haiil Pre.Hident Vilou in hi I inmiirnl Aildress. Wo heartily ri'Hpouil to the himdiiioiih, fur wo want honesty in government, wo want the patriotic, imptilho to control, anil not selfish wo nro looking fornunl. motive, nnd ue nro progressive Tho government is tho peoplo'n, and not the exclusive iiossession of any particular party, and so in any particular iidmi nisti ation, and wo propose to stand !y this iidministratioti, and help to m iko it a hoc-co- s in every way tiohsiblo. Wo shall try to make it popular, we shnll not he the first tr, criticise it ndverwely, and we shall not ho on the k to weigh and lookout for mistakes and failures, btt slmll and, if ue are inclined to lisngre some tinieH, we shall try to withhold adveise judgment until thu evidence is all in until ue have good ground for piotest. Only a few dais of the new administration have passed far too few to give any very definite idea what the future is to be, hut it is not out of place to say that we like the start that has been made. We like the new I'rexident, nnd seo no grounds for objection to nny member of his cabinet. And we like hi policie so far as they have been outlined. Wo are led to expect a business administration. are glad the civil service rules are lo lie That i what we need. observed, and that the chief business of the President is not to be the paying of political debts that tiie White House is not to be a shambles for olllce seekers, but that recommendations are to eonio through the respective heads of the department)! of the government. We are expecting some innovations, but ivo are not afraid of them. We rather invite them. We do not believe in ruts. especially administrative and governmental ruts, We shall he glad if Woodrow Wilson proves himself to be a Democrat of democrats a leader of tho people. We began with a quotation from the Inaugural Address. We elose with another we like it, and believe in the man who uttered it We have no doubt that he will live up to his motto: "IIV hull rt'Morc, mil destroy. HV ahull deal ivith our wonamie nitcw itn it in, and as il man '' modified, not ax it might le if we had (i clean xlieet of taper to write upon ; and xtep by utep we ahull make il what it should he, in the spirit of those who iptestion their own wisdom, anil acek counsel anil knowleilae, and not or the excitement of excursions whither they cannot till. Justice, and shall always be our motto." con-shieonly-justice, In tho capture of Janlna th" Greeks took thirty-tw- o thousand Turkish prisoner, this being tho second great success of their arms, SalnnlKn having fallen earlier In tho war. lach of tho Allied armies now ha sufficient glory tc Us cieillt, and, If tho reK)ita that Turkey has nskid tho Tower to make peace with enemies on tho best tenr lioaslblo be 'true, tho four little stat' u lll go 'down lu hlHtory n the most biicctss-fu- l fighters the worlil ha ever known. j t OUR OWN STATE UNITED STATES. NEWS hr ANOTHER NEW STORY Wo ara running the last Sintnllm lit of "Itoth Sldis cf the .Shield' this week. Our new story will begin ' or thno weeks heuco and continue entl-tlefor nearly throe mouth. It I III "111 to Power" a pclltlml Htory In which an uiiboiiKht eiinmplon win jit lu thi- - end. A of the tienrly thrilling love story that I hewing to th wrecked by the hero lino In politic I not th- - leant Interesting feature of tho story. All Interested In better things In political life should lead thl story. il KENTUCKY TO THE FRONT Other States to Emulate Vital tics and Public Health Work. Stalls-- J moat Head l'rof. M ntgotmTj's timely article on "Oat" on our Agricultural page this week. It may bo tho means of adding many dollar to tho Inconio of tho faun this "ar. vitalsTatTsTcs tho caption "Kentucky r.t tho Front." wo give, this week, n good ncconut of Kuitucky's vital statistics of law. Tho coinparatlvo statistics birth and deaths Tor tho year 1'JU and VjVi aro ample Justification of th" law and shuild provo of Interest to Under every cue. CONTENTSJFJHIS Now ISSUE PAGE ONB of tho Week. PAOB TWO. Editorials. ' Temperance. bnnday School Losscn. Slogan 1. "Ono for Every Ono." l'AGB TtlltKB Tho Children. Homo Town Hclpa. Tho Nw Hull's nro Announced. page four Local Items. Genenil l'AGB FIVE News. i'AOB SIX PAC1B SEVEN Last of Serial Story. InteiiHlvo Fanning. JMultry. I'AQB BiaitT Eastern Kentucky Nows. Cincinnati Markets. That It I the Intention of tho Census Bureau at Wiuhlngtou to ak tho state uf the Union to emulate tho pulillo health work done by the 'local registrars of Vital Statistics f evidenced by tho followKentucky ing letter: DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR. Washington, Feb. is, 1913. Dr. W. I.. Holzer, Stalo ltegistrur of Vital Statlstlis, Howling Grctn, Ky. Denr Doctoi: Through nowspapor roK).rts, tho llulk'tliis of the Stato Hoard of Health and personal coufereucts, I have learned of tho kind of health work tho local registrar of Kentucky nro doing. It Is shown that they not only endeavor to H'curo complete records of blrjhs and dath, but, acting under the authority of Kentucky' Vital Statistic law, they roimrt epidemics of Typhoid IVvcr, Diphtheria, Measlo. Infantile Tnralysls and otlnr communicable illsease and aid nrt holy In distributing literature, and, of In other ways, limit thu spread theso scourges. Ily so doing, tho irglBttar of Kentucky havo taiccocded In putting Into actual practice tho purposo of such a law, that Is to preservo and conero tho health and lives of the people. It is my purpose to call the attention of tho local registrant of the oth-i- r tttonty-on- o of the United States under this registration Inw to th y work done by tho registrars of that tho greatest good may bo seemed frviiu Its oiierntlou. Vwy truly your, Crcsay L. Wilbur, Chief Statistician. Tho birth returns for lull numbered 00,732 and for 1012, lil.HW. Theso will bo Increased by Homo delayed reporlB. 'llio deaths for 1911 numbered .lO.r.SS nnd forJ012, 20,fll'J. Tho death front consumption (Tuberculosis) for 1911 woru C1S1. nnd for 1912, 172S, n decrease. Typhoid Fever, likewise, Bhowed a reduction In preva- Continued on pigc five 1 Ken-tnckal PITHY POINTS TO PONDER thinker loose and you shake the world. Tho day which begins tho darkest may turn out to be one of our brightest. Turn a Invites the President to President Considering Message Kentucky Lieutenant Governor OpOlney Bacon Defeated in Caucus poses Special Session Courts May Friedman Slated for Ambassador Not Create Offices Stanley on Ways Demonstrating His Cure From and Means Committee Hospital Miner to Cabinet Position Two Campaign In Lexington Lexington Aliens to Die The Niagara "Raised. Paynter ReBanks Consolidate TO GET DOWN TO MESSAGE fuses Job. his President Wilson Is clearing l'HKSIUENT INVITED TO VISIT desk and making quick disposal of KENTCCKV seekers nnd other guests with a Gov. Met'reaiy, who was a visitor view to giving attention to his first to to Washington during Inaugural w.w, message which will be delivered conbefore leaving called upon the Presitho extra session of Congress dent and Invited him to visit Ken- vening April 1st. tucky to take part in tho celebration It Is reported that but two subjects of the I'erry Centennial in Octob?r. will be considered In this message, It is hoped that the President will ac- the tariff first and more at length, cept tho Invitation. lie expressed the nnd the currency situation. It Is wish to bo present but asked for thought that the tariff will not bo time to consider the matter. dealt with in a .statistical mnnner but OPPOSES SPECIAL SESSION only .ho schedules that need revision Acting Gov. E. J. McDerniott, be- will be tainted, out, tho details of ing questioned last week as to his their consideration being left to Conthought concerning a special session gress. declared that political complications CAUCUS TURNS DOWN IUCON now would greatly iniiair the progThe Democratic Caucus of Senators, ress and usefulness of n special ses- Friday, chose Senator Clark of Arsion of tlw Legislature. Tho acting kansas to succeed S?natcr Caliluger of Governor tcok occasion to defend tin New Hampshire as President pro tem-- i last General Assembly, nnd said that ii the Senate. U was thought that tho criticisms being made of It aro Senator Bacon was sure of election for political purposes. and his defeat was tho occasion of COURTS CANNOT CREATE great surprise. OFFICES OLNEY ON' TIIE SLATE Tho Court cf Appeals, last week, It Is reported from Washington that declared tho action of the Fiscal of Stato Oluey of BosCourt of Jefferson County In apiiolnt-In- ji ton has been offered tho post of AmJohn II. Shea Its auditor, to be bassador to Great Britain by Pres. Illegal and ruled that all tho money Wilson. Mr. Olney expressed surpaid him during his Incumbency can prise nnd many of his friends havo be recovered, lint the bondsmen of Uiought his advanced age, 78, will the Court and tho County Judge ap- - militate against him. Ho has held no (Contlminl on I'acr KiuM) (Coutlimril on Tagc liixlit) Mc Creary co Tho lire and tho gold never underBtnud each other. If wo aro poor we may take a loug step toward wealth by becoming contented. Building on a rock is an investment that pays dividends with every thunder clap. -w- ulled the Oliver! a11 like a, colt Character is always telling somebody w hat it is. III feels rlsvv and - If you're in the right you can atTord to keep your temper; ifyou'er in the wrong you cannot ullord to lose it. Selected. landed In New ork, chiefly tho surviving relatives of the murdered I'r":-den- t. TUy do not threaten n:iy but declaro that tho btorles regarding tho killing of Mad'M'o nro falsi', nssertlr.g that ho was murderM In prison and not while attempting tu rewls-tanco New Insurrection plorers Lost NO Exin Moxico in The Antarctics If the hones feel that way, how do you auppote the man ,who ha been holding the handle feeU? Probably mighty well satis-fe- d with himtelf, and glad he'i alive. He has done more work. better work, and with greater ease simply becauie he used an '11 Alliance Against Castro PEACE IN Pope III. oocaiH MEXICO lu Government Tho Hucrtn-DIi- u Mexico has a thorny path before It It recent dispatch? can be trusted. A number of state refuse to acknowledge tho new Government uvul vigorous resistance Is threatened. already havo Several engagements been reported and it Is feared thut tho spirit of Insurrection may scon prevail throughout tho couutry. A number of Moxlcan refugees have Telegraphic reports fiom Douglas, Ariz., Tuesday, declaro that tin Fid-or- al Why don't you be one of these men? We will bo glad to show you the plow to answer questions and to convince you that this is for you to buy. OLIVER PLOW. (bo forces woro completely ih'fated by tho Stato trcops of Sonora, Sunday. MORE I'OLAlt VICTIMS wireless message to Sidney, N. S. W on March 5th, told of the death of two members of tho Australian antarctic expedition, Lieutenant the Nlniil and Dr. Xavler Mertz; A (Continued on plow AND REMEMBER ljt !') "BUILiT FOR SERVICE" R. H. CHRISM AN, The Furniture Man THEY'RE P.1RC Two. from System of National Highway which good roads htillt by States, by Counties, nml by Cities nntl Towns, would grow and multiply. Roads. Dreed Roads It Is universal experience that one mlo of good rood breeds another mile. road down anyPut a Statewide, where lit this country, and In t n years there will lc n dozen good rends reaching It front all parts of the State. Put down' a cystem of National Highways, built nnd maintained b the National (iovorninent, antl the various-Sta- te legislatures nnd County officials would ceo n lire the advantages of connecting alt parts of th States with those National roads, Thero nro two million miles of ronds In the United States. The fifty thou sand miles of highway are but a fraction over two p?r cent of this mlteag'. Hut- - Improve, these fifty thousand miles Into good rends, and keep them good roads by propT maintenance, and fifty thousand miles more would grow almost over night, nnd then fifty thousand nnd another and nnother, until our great country, with Its huge terrlto.y, would be crossed as and recroBssd with good roads, , 1'ranco Is today. gt-oer ' TUl C1TIZI5N March ;, 1913. The Citizen A Out on Bail Three of the defendants In the Davidson lu exacted to find a bonds-ina- n soon. Callahan consplrnry trial were to ball, Saturday, by Judge Idh Smllh, whoso confession ImpliJ. M. Ilenton at Winchester. They cated tho Dcatons and Dm bison, watt nro John K. Denton, Tom I) r.tciunnd nt the samo time surrendered by his "Ittir Tom Davldron, Tin" bond re-- j bondsmen and placed In J.ill along quired of each wns $.",(m0. Judge J. with I'letch Denton, (lovan Smith Smith HnycB add J. V. Ford nto the and other defendants now In Jail .sureties for tho two Dcatons, uhll without bond. family newspapar for all that It right, true and Interesting. I'utilUhcl MWIONAT SDNDMCIIOOL (Conducted emy T!mrdy at llerea, Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. (liiror ruled) P. Faulkntr, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rntos I'AVAM.H IN AllVANCH National Woman's Christian Temperance t'nlon.) by Hip Lesson (llr K, One Year SI Month Tlitte Month 1"" iS Smile of Colonel Goethals, Builder ofiF0R greatest good of all BKM.KItH. IHrector of Department Tin Moody lllhln of liilcaico.) O. Kre-nln- ic Monfy or fcrnd tnonevhy Ordrr, l)r(t,'Kfglltrnl Letter, or one anil two cent sum p. The date after our name on label ahowa to what dale joiiraiiiMCription l paid. II It not cliantnl wltliln tlitee neeka after renewal notify ua. MUalne niimlien will le gladly aiipplled if we are notified. l.lherat terms irlven to any who olitaln new autMctlptloBa for na Any one aendlnc na four jeatly mtiacrlptlona can receive The Citiien free tor hfmelf for one year Adiettiaii'R ratraon application. Hrr the Panama Canal. Cry for Personal Liberty Muat De Met by Awakening to Necessity of Protective Laws. do as 1 please with my own?" cry tho shouters for "personl LESSON FOR MARCH 16. THE TEST OF ADRAHAM'8 FAITH. I.IISHON TKXT clen, SI 13. CIOI.DKN TKXT - "I desire and not anrrlllre. nnd tlm .knnwlodne of (lit more than burnt ofTerlnga." How. 1 "Can't 1 mmm:k of KHNTt'CKY TRUSS ASSOCIATION. ARGUMENT FOR ONE CENT POS- TAGE "Tho Immense profits made on flr3t class letters aro n direct tax on every person who writes a letter. That this view of tho situation Is reasonable no ono can doubt. In no other of tho government does such n situation exist tho reaping of an abnormal profit from n public which Is supposed to bo merely .Although all letters lay-tw- conts nplec", only a very smnll portion weigh tho full ounce They actually average owr forty to the pound and hence pny at a rate of about f ,0"i0 per ton, which Is an unwarranted charge for transportation In thoso days of easy cotntnunlci-tlo- n between cltli, states and continents. First class mall supplies only H per cuit of the total tonnage of the mall, yet It psyj at tho present time. To ier cent of tho total revenue. 1 i WHY CONGRESS SHOULD ACT reason why Congress should delay act'.cn for a new currency and banking luw beyond th'' special. session to ba called this spring. Congress Is la possession of complete Information as to the operations of tho banking systems in this and all cither countries. Aside froifi numerous disastrous experiences, terminating in the panic of V.J, with th-- !r eloquent Information, the lawmakers havo beforo thtu the 23 volumes vf tho report of the National Monetary Commission. This repott Is the most exhaustive compoadiuin of 'information as to American and foreign banking systems and methods ever compiled. In addition, tho Hous subcommittee cf the Banking and Currency Committee has been making sp cial study of tho question since Inst spring and has been hearing the views of bankers and business men for s vetal .There Is no m n coal miner. Employed In a Kansas con I mine eight years ago, he suffered an accident that made him a life cripple. It was this way: The Kaunas law requires a passageway nt the bottom of the coal shafts leading from one side to the other. Independent of under the cage. The mining company failed to provide tills passage because It cost a few dollars. Owing to tho lack of tho passage poor Whitman gut under the cagu and was crushed The next day after the accident the passage wits put In too late for Whitman. While he lay in the hospital the mine manager and the company's lawyer came to see him. They made big promises. When he sot well, they said, the company would buy him a home atnl set him up In the store business. Whitman was Ignorant. He did not know the ways of the country, hnvlnt; hut recently nrrlved from France. lie the smooth words of the well dressed gentlemen. And lie promised them he would not bring suit tivulnst the company. And now mark the duplicity: By dint of fair promises Whitman was Induced t wait two years. And John Whitman the-spa- THE STATVTE OF LIMITATIONS. Photo copyrlsht, 1913, by American Press Association. tbe- nThe lawyer brutally Informed hlm ho would get nothing from the company because "the statute of limitations" cut him out. That Is to say. a damage suit must In? brought wltliln two years of the accident or not nt all. The cripple bad been overreached by a lawyer's cunning. , The company had made him a life cripple by Its criminal carelessness and then robbed him. by specious lies, of bis right to sue the company! Robbed hlm? What Is the difference lietween robbing n man of the legal right to what Is due hlm nnd holding hlm up on the highway? The company first made Whitman a cripple and then kicked his crutches from under hlm It wns plain pillage. Meantime the poor man anil his five children live In n three room box nnd the family Is kept from starving by the wife, who takes in washing. The law? Yes. hy should n victim lie prevented from having recourse on bis roblnrs three years, or live, or ten, or twenty years after the robbery? hut-W- took charge of th canal as chief engineer and chairman or t lie Isthmian canal for the excnratlou six years ago. He has been of nnro earth than nny one man In the world Tho colonel was born In Brooklyn on June HI), 1.,"iS. He was appointed chief engineer of the I'anatn.i canal l'eb 'M. U)l. assuming chnrge the following April gicokgi: Coi.om:i. Washington i;oi: tii u.s SLOGAN IS "ONE FOR EVERY ONE" Cheerful Cry Adopted In Rowan County In 1911. weeks. The general V ing ami currency reform has been under constant investigation and ktudy since l'JOl. iu stlon of bank- JEANETTE BELL ORIGINATOR Practiced What She Preached on Poor Girl Who Got Behind In Her Studiei on Account"" of Practical Blindness Work Hat Not Stopped, Either. Knowledge knows no patty. Information is information whether Deniociat or Ilcpubllcan uncovers It. If Congress cannot act at tho special session, because it requires further time to Investigate. Congres-might as well postpone action Indefinitely for the same lvason. s Cauie and Effect. i There U generally some quite simple SHALLWION BUILD HIGHWAYS explanation of a mystery If It can only bo found out. The Inmpllghter at This 13 a question which is blowly Grecnford, Ihiglaud, was puzzled .for but surely forcing Itself uion the some time by llnijing ono of the lamps National Loglslatu-- c. Many Sanators lighted every day. although he had and Representatives now believe that duly turned It down. He suspected tho building of a system of National not spooks, but mischievous boys, and so he prepared an ambush. To tils Highways la of moru economic imastonishment, ns he was watching, up portance than any other public wurk more vital than tho question of it went the light with never n boy In largo navy, more useful than any sight, nud then be discovered that the lamplighter river and harbor Improvement, more unauthorized nest In n was a tomtit which had a mcessary than the Panama Canal. lamp, nnd In getting Into comer of the It wns In the For Highways are built and owned ly habit of bopping on to tho ring of the tho peoplo and aro freo to all the peo-pl- Incandescent bypass. Many years ngo A few yars ago road bills had the writer of this note remembers n short bhlft in Congress at present spell of mysterj In the shape of the thero aro nearly a hundred bills be- mysterious rlng'ng of a bell nt Inter-vnh- i during the night, No human foro Congress dealing with road buildagency could U- detected, and the mysing In ono form or another. tery grew deer-e- r Possibly the PsychiAlthough tho "good roads" Idea has cal Itecearcb Kiclety might have been been gathering force nnd headway for appealed to bad not cbnnce revealed many ycaro, Its advocates uro btHl pull- the fact that the ringing was caused ing In many directions. Some road as. by a rat. that used the wire as a Boclatlons want State Highways with Jumping off place Spooks nro com- National Aid. Others want State High- posed of very varied materials. West ways without National Aid. Still minster Gazette. others want good roads paid for by DON'TS tho counties through which Uey Don't spealc Impatiently to the pass, without any aid. One, at least, children. believes firmly that tho question is Don't go where you wouldn't bo not only ono for States, Counties, willing to die. Cities nnd Towns, but for tho Nation. Don't go where you know It Isn't Tho National Highway Association safe to walk. belloves that tho beginning of a com- - , Don't go to sleep until you can o prehenslvo good road system for tho everybody. Nation must be made by tho Federal Don't glvo advice to otliers you ro Government. not willing to follow. Such u system would consist of fifDon't do anything today that you ty thousand miles of National High- wouldn't want to bo found doing on ways. This would not represent the the Judgment day. entire good road system needed by Don't go so far away from homo tho United States. It Is merely a that you havo to leave your religion tentative suggestion of the Natloual behind you. o. for-glv- I.!i.t winter, when the enthusiasm ol the moonlight school camiaigu was at Its height In llowan county. .MIs Jea nette Bell, an otliclal stenographer, de , elded to adopt and carry out the slogan, "One for every one." She looked nbout her In Monrehead, the county sent, for some person who wns out of Cun we win ? school and could not lead or write: Win wlmt ? In the hotel In which she was living! Win tho first night school prize. she discovered n pupil, Cordle Wilson, who was working as a chambermaid. Of course wo can. Just watch When asked about the work she had dime for Cordle Wilson, Miss Bell smll us try. Ami watcli us WIXI ed quietly and said: "It wasn't work nt nil. It was a pleasure, nud n very real Wo nro winners, wo aro I pleasure too. You see, Cordlo wns born In Htllott county, nud when sheClrow whnt? Wntuh us grow. wn quite young she wns nlmoit blind Of course she did not go to school with Everything but weeds. wln-i- i her work aUtiit tlx doiic .be would come to me with her nihl pencil and pud nnd work like Turk. Naturally I expect ed It to take bfr some time to learn to write ami lend, but lu six nights she could write her name easily nud knew how to Join nil her letters Into words In this same time he bad also learned to read well citougii to cover the llr-.- t twenty pages in her tlrst reader. Siwdi after this she left the hotel and did not come to tne nny more." Hvery vital biimnu movement easily becomes loth religious nnd contagious, and the moonlight school seems to prove the rule. Other counties nnd communities nro inking up the work, and it Is hoped that the whole state will realize the valuo of n school for out of school folks. Ill BUI liowan county decided to strho to fet number of her schools to open their doors for adults who could not rend or write. Grown peo ple do not cure for n primer or a tlrst reader, so ltownu county launch ed a paper. Till. BOWAN COUNTY .SCHOOL MKKSKNGKB, thnt the pupils might have n real live paHr to read. The tlrst column of the pajier, dated Sept. Id. 1012. Is as follows: 11 11 "At hotel li!lil Our district shall win Our divi-i'i- ti 1 must lend I , I Lot's nil go to school. It is good for us. It will iniiko us 3'oung ngnin. It will mnke us inoro useful. It may start us on the road to greatness. yy. ' , i. V, All night schools in Ilownn county stnrtcd on Monday evening, Sept. 10. Ench will try to Imvo tho largest number enrolled, tho bo3t nttond-onc- e ench night nnd tho Inrgost connin wtlson. graduating clas; nlso rnr-- will tho other children, nnd when her eye grew better sho felt shy about going try to have tho oldest pupil. to school with children so much her Junior. This was somewhat accentuated by tho fact that she was one of those uufortunato overgrown girls thai look almost twice their real age. at fifteen, Cordlo looks like soven-teo- Rowan county hns tho finest in fho world. fin- building stono To-day- , or eighteen. Ilownn county will grow tho est fruit in tho world. The birth of Isaac ("laughter") 17:19, nnd the setting aside of tho son If you offer milk for sain In of tho bond woman, a story so rich our cities It must bo from tested cows, with stiggestlveness, forms tho conkept In clean, well lighted tleups, nnd nection between tho lesson of last milked Into clean utensils. Surely no week and the ono of this week. man can do as ho pleases with his I Sacrifice Required. "God did cows. Tho state dwns the waters In V ) vv Abraour Inkes nnd streams, nnd says to prove Abrnhnm" (It. ham's ready response, "Heboid jou, "That trout brook emptying Into hero am I," gives evidence of his me, llfo tho lako Is closed," and though you nun llln Innil nil lintli Idea, ntlli tin- - long habit of obedience He wns ready or service. ' derneath, you cannot Unit In that for sacrlDcn nt his word His habit of taking God prepared him stream. Tho state suspects you havo for this final net of testing, and peron animal afflicted with pome confecting, of his tagious disease, nnd officials come and sion "provo" la faith. Tho revised vera better rendering than test, remove nndlestroy, and you are the authorized version "tempt " God powerless. Tim law forbids spitting does not tempt. I p., solicit men to upon tho sidewalk, erecting n building evil Jns, 1 13, but ho does "prove" to be used for any business which Is men; see Kx Jo 10 and I Peter I I2t n detriment to public health or comAbraham had been tried beforo but fort. what father Is thero who will not say Theso are but hints at the restrain- this wns the supreme test, for ho Is ing Influence of law, made necessnry called upon to give up his, "only son, for tho public good, nnd suggests tho whom thou cherlshest." truth of tho statement that personal Abraham's Faith. liberty Is nlonc to be found In living Superficial critics have tnken occaunder restrnlnt. If this seems para- sion to mnke light of n God who would doxical, It Is nevertheless true The town or city holds that tho rights of mako such a demand upon nu earthly all nro of greater Importance- than father. Wo need to remember thnt those of nny individual. The stale Abraham had doubtless witnessed hustrengthens Itself when It assumes man sacrifices In (iislilci nnd that having seen Cod's faithfulness and Ids control. In nil wnys. for the best good past deliverances, lm bud enough of the greater number, faith to believe that God could In bis The cry for personal liberty raised own Providence deliver lane Furby the champions of the saloon must ther, attention has been called to the be met by the nwnkiintng to the neccs-f-itexnet language of the text i God s of law and Its protective power demand was I'roperty and llfo are not nfe where "kill") Isaac that a Abraham "offer" cnot ns sacrifice. The liter personal liberty lifts Its distorted al language Is "make him go up" up' cry on form If we yield today to the the altar, dmibtlem In symbol We for Krftonal liberty we fetter the com- - read elsewhere. I T thnt "Abrnlag generation Tho greatest lncen-- t hnm offered up Ileb H Isaac." but we know tlve In the campaign for law and or- be did not kill Isaac Those der should be tho upturned faces of stumble at that part of the story who miss the Iroys and girls Our highest duty the great Ison God Intended to teach Is to open tho door for them to realize in the record of this incident Howthe most that is possible in future ever. Abraham was ready to do tv 10) years - Portland (Mel Press what God himself did actually do when he gave bis "only son." John IS, FOSTER MURDER IN SALOONS Horn S 52 Isaac was the child of tho promise, hence the only sou icf Gen. Aitasiinatlon of Presidents Done by 21 I2l This makes the text more se. vere for Itdimnel had been sent off. Men Under Influence of Liquor 21 H. God today Is calling upon fathor by Saloonkeeper. ers to sacrifice their sons, and fathers are sacrificing though not alwnys unto (Ily HKV. lit UP IN AND C IOI.KHAUT.) God We must put our children upon It Is a significant fact that the pres- the altar. Matt. W 37. idents of the United Stales who have II Sacrifice Granted.. "Abraham been assassluated huvu been shot rose up early," vv .110 Th writer either by a saloonkeeper or by a man fill under tho lnlluence of liquor. The rec- of Genesis hns left us to agonyIn tho ihat ord shows that the conspirators who emotions and the mental plotted against the life of Lincoln must have surged through Abraham's mado their headquarters In n saloon, heart, jet we ngain see a wonderful nnd that Booth, who removed hlm. for Illustration of prompt obedience, cf. Ps 1I9S0 titled himself with liquors for the Abraham's Devotion. deed. Gultenu did the same when he Attention has been called to Isaac Czolgosz. who killed hhot Garfield. McKlnley, wns the of a saloon- as a typo of Christ tcf John 10 keeper and wns raised In the danger (1) Ills name Riven brfore birth; (2) Ills birth, supernatural, predicted; (3) ous atmosihere of vice nnd crime Ills offering n. by his father; b volunA New York City saloon bred nnd nursed the man who shot Mr Itoose-velt- . tary; c. risen from the dend; Ml His by bis fathWe need not go back to any marriage; n, bride mental taint in his nucestry for bis er: b. servHiit calls the bride; c meetIn this moral depravity He wns for many ing of bride and bridegroom years a teacher In New York's Kchool ennnectlon we behold Isnnc bearing of crime, n saloonkeeper He Is the the wood (v 0) n reminder of Christ The natural result of the business he fol- bearing his cross. John lowed. He Is the worst product of the test to Abraham's faith was full even barbarism of cosmopolitan llfo He Is to the point that "he took the knife to the kind of nn agent the forces of evil slny his son." when God Intervened. would naturally select to shoot a man The repetition. "Abrnhnm. Abraham," ' suggests the urgency of God to savo like Mr Hoosevelt. nnd the devotion of Abraham In that he wnB not easily turned nslde nor Great World Problem. looking for n way or escaping n Perhaps the best proof that tho duty Abraham was sus- - Wm temperance cause Is progressing la the talned to the end (Horn 4 20. 21 It. V,) fact that tho statesmen of tlm great and out of It all he Is abuadantly renntlons of the world now regard the warded, vv and 2C 4 5. liquor problem ns a great world prob III Sacrifice Provided." "A lamb lem. To solvo that problem thoy have caught In organized tho International Alcoholic God spokethe thicket," vv 11 15. Again to Abraham through "un congress. This congress meets blen angel," nn old Hebraic way of saylnic nlally. It Ib attended by eminent mod God mado himself known It has leal specialists as well as by states that been suggested thnt at this point tho men. Our own nation Is officially rep Hebrew brokn nwny from humun sacriresented nt this congress. fices. Thero Is nothing In this story to sustnln any claim that God Justifies human sacrifices, but tho exact conSong of the Rye. I was made to be raten and not to 1" trary, for God gave Isaac back to Abraham (Heb. 1.19 It, V) and that drank ; To l thrnalipit In the bnrn, not soaked In ho Is constantly doing to those who a tank. I ronio ns a lilraalnir when put through surrender their nil jind their best to mill; hlm. Mark 10 2930; Prov. 11:24-25Aa n MlKlit an1 a curio when run through Abraham did not leave tho mountnln n Hill. until ho had offered a sacrifice und Makn me tip Into loavra, anil your chll- - who can question but that Ills heart was filled with great Joy and thanksIren nra feili nut If Into drink, I'll atarva them Inatead giving unto God, 2 Cor. Without In brcail I'm n aervant, the ater ahall tho shedding of blood wo cannot aprule; In drink I am maatrr, the drinker a fool. proach God. Abraham Is a typo of truo piety and Is constantly held up by Now TesStudy of Alcohol. tament writers an tho Ideal of religion, If It Is worth while for a rich man the reason Is that religion never . to pay all tho expenses of an unthro changes. It Is tho nttltudo of tho soul pologlcal expedition, and for a great to God. Head Horace Dushnell'a exuniversity to equrp with trained men perience as related In "Dissolving of led by one of the greatest authorltlei Doubts," Homo men seem to pass of the day upon the subject, then sure through life without much testing, the ly It Is a worthy undertaking for rich question Is suggested, are they worth men to create a foundation for thi testing, ure they of sufficient value. study of tho alcohol problem that hsi "Trials are God'a voto of confidence." such bearing upon the moral This Is also a great Illustration of of the whole people. Economic substitutionary sacrifice, ask Isaao It and Mntnl Aspect of the Liquor Dual he believed It? Ask the question.' ness by llobert Ilagnall, lh. D., DJ) "How do wo show our faith T" vldunl. j 15-111 . well-bein- g liberty." Let us seo how far ono can go, Tho state sots up a standard of protection for tho public against tho ludb .. l March 13, 1913 THE CITIZEN. Page Three. - THE CHILDREN RAISING HOME, Poet Poses for Bust .MnrtlHOn THE NEW RULES ARE ANNOUNCED COURT OF APPEALS MAKES PUBLIC THE REGULATIONS OF THAT BODY. ARE DIVIDED INTO Towl LOCAL HELP5 IN Cawiiti, Kentucky) grcat'st n trlbuto of tlio Cltili to tho author pool, posed fof ji lmt ii Indlnnapolln, of "The Shadow Oartlon" nnd "The last week. Tlio buct Is to lie tho gift IVt, Tlio Fool and tho Fnlrloa." While In Indianapolis, Cnwcln was of tho LoulBvlllo. Literary Club to th city of Izoulsvill", anil will be placed tho guest tf Hlloy, tho two having lifelong Mcndo. In tho Canieglo Library then-- It Ih Iki-i. i PRIDE THE WEST r PONIES PAYS WELL Thoroughbred Shetlandi Are Always In Demand and Exceptionally Fine Specimens Scarce. (Ily II O WHATIinitHTONi:.) Wo know of no better way for n boy lo start In business than by raising Hliolland ponies, A very well-bremaro can bo bought for $12G to 2l0, tho latter figure being for a pure-breStarting with marc In foal, a boy should, In tho coiimo of flvo yearn, Dud himself In possession of enough animals to start blni on tliu hlghwny road to success. It l always beat to buy thorough' brcds for breeding, but If crosses arc used with a thoroughbred stallion one can la tlimi breed up to a very high tandard. tihetlnnds aro very easily kept. They reiiulro but llttlo grnln and will do very well on rocky bill' Idea where thero Is fair pasturago. They need hotter In bad weather, t of course, but an open abed, on threo sides, leaving tho south open, will bo all that li uecesvary. A good wlro fence Is required to keep them In bounds, ns Shetland! are extremely curious und somewhat and will mnnago to get over, under or through tho averagu farm fenco. If bandied from birth, they arc very easily broken and at threo years old will bo ready to rldo or drive. Thoroughbred Shetlatida (lnd ready sale at prices ranging from $125 to $200 and bring exceptionally lino specimens even higher prices. 11 wind-tighrent-less, One fleason Why Cities There Are More Attractive Than Their Sisters of the Cast. J 1 !- fn- nUMp, COMMON' who talks of a common frleiiiNMD. Is no such thing In tlie world. On enrlli no word Is moro suldlme. li'-r- w . . .2asi - 1 i FOR THE LENTEN TABLE. If tho Intrn season were observed by all creeds It would bo better for tho general health. A few weeks of fasting, or going without heavy meats, In a wholesoino and advnntnrjeous thing. Wc aro all too much Inclined to elf Indulgence, nnd cutting out food Is n wise arrangement. Spanish ,Haih. Cliop threo or four cold potatoes, a sllco of onion and a green pepper. Season with salt, pepper and a dash of nincc; bind together with a beaten egg and bake in a buttered pan unlll brown, Servo with macaroni. Tomatoes and Eggs, Put two of butter In a saucepan, and when melted add a cupful of the thicker part of a can ot tomatoes; tho Julco may bo used In a sauce for meat or for soup. Season with salt, red pepper, a teaspoon of sugar and a llttlo grnted onion. Stir until hot, then add four eggs beaten enough to mix tho whites and yolks. When tho eggs are cooked serve on buttered toast. Cheese Pie. To a cup of cream cheese pressed through a sieve, add a tablespoonful ot sugar, the Julco of a lemon, also tho rlod, a tablespoonful of butter, melted, the yolks of two eggs well beaten nnd the beaten whites folded In at the last. Salt to taste, and bake In ono crust. Fish Salads, Cook together over hot water a tablespoonful of flour, a tenspoontul each of salt, mustard, table-spoonfu- SECTIONS I WEIGHING GAME IS POPULAR New Pastime In France Meeting With Much Favor Much Skill Required of Player. o unique game In which the of skill In estimating tho weight of a number of balls by holding them In the hand one at a time constitutes the ability of each player. Is meeting with much favor In Franco. The are tho balanco device, shown In tho Illustration, and two Altogt ther thrro arn moro than bl.tw linen I.. .1... t lllinj Ut,.l..u vii- 111 tiiuii.-n.Ai tim gaged In tho study and coino stago of the work of clj.y planiiliiK. Tho purpose Ih not only to make these cities comely nnd nttrnctlvo from tho ataiidpolnt of art and architecture. mu id irnviiio mr reaaonauiu gruniu, to that thero will bo ono or morn civic centers1, each with radiating streets ami' harmonious structures on them, A prlmo necessity of such planning Is to provide highways that will obviate congestion In tho clvlo centers for years nnd ycara to come and to mako theao centers and tho highways leading from them beautiful nnd useful. Tho west has taken tho lead In this work. Tho task of planning such Improvements has become 11 distinct profession, a sort of graduate, or ad1 1 A vanced branch of architecture, pracdoien men aro leading In It and tically they are all graduates, If tlio term may bo used, of Daniel II. workshop, or, better yet, tho liurnham School of Archltocturn for cities. Ono ronton for tho eagerness with wircb tho west has seized upon tho need of making ltd cities as nttrnctlvo ns possible Is that thero Is RUTHERFORD BIRCHARD HAYES. moro local pride to bo found In tho west than elsewhere, Everyone wishes The nineteenth president of the 1'iilted States waK born In Delaware, to boost his own town and everyone In 1822 and died In Fremont, O., In iS'Xl. He through tho ciMl war vrltk likes to mako a moro or less quiet conspicuous ability, being bievetted iimjor general fur gallant achievement. boast that be lives "In about tho pret- Ho was serving his third term 111 governor of Ohio when he received tho tiest place you can find anywhere In nomination for president In ISTd. The ronlet with Samuel J, Tllden, tho Democratic candidate, was so chwo that a vpeohil electoral commission this country " lloston Herald. was created to determine tho Issue, This commlt-d-ou decided that Haycn had BEAUTY received a majority of one electoral vote. After bis retirement Hayes became P0)NT 0UT NATURAL president of tie National I'rlsou and was also the Hist president of tho states board for the Instruction of frecdmeu and an active promotor ot Good Idea Developed In Boston Might education In tho south. With Profit Be Copied In Small- Cases Will be Assigned by the Chief Justice When Submitted to Equal lie Burden of Work. Western Newspaper I'nlon News SrvltA Frankfort, Ky. Tho court of appeals made public the rulos of practice In the court, recently codified. Tho first rule Is ns follows: In accordance with Section 11S of tho Constitution, this court will bo divided into two sections, each ot which shall consist of three judges, besides the chief Justice, who shall preside over each section. Kadi section shall sit on alternate days during each week, when not In Joint session, to hear cases and deliver opinions. as the Opinions shall be delivered Judgment of f MBSik''ijKK Hum-ham'- to tho section delivering them. When the chief Justice Is absent, or, If present, for nny cause falls to preside, the Judge next oldest In commission shall preside with each section, and shall require the presence of a Judge from either section when necessary to constitute a majority of the entire body. The cases, when submitted, shall be nsslgned by the chief Justice to each section, In such a manner as to equalize the burden. the court without refer-enc- e ' . ' er Places. llellevtng that tho main reason more people do not make greater use of the wonderful variety of parks In and about the city Is that not enough Invitation Is extended, the public recreation league of lloston has lxen conducting for several months a series of park walks on Saturday nfterpoons. Parties are arranged for Informal outings to the natural beauties In the vicinity of lloston. The walks are for the public without membership, dues, Anybody Interestor other formality ed Is welcomed, The Invitation Is given through notices In tho dnlly press, nnd by circulars sent out by mall. The example It Is expected will Incite private Individuals to organize Independent walks. Although each party bns guides, their effortH are not so much to point out every feature, but to discount- upon a few nnj to bint of the others that lie just on this side or on that, nnd so Induce tho tramper - A de-ire- in tho conditions of children who work, but tlio Comtnltteo says It Is CHILDREN coming to realize tho need ot Includ- lng in lis campaign of education tho New Features of National Child LaBLAST STARTS A BLAZE. .llttlo citizens who will make tho bor Conference. child labor laws of the future. Tho Governors of fourteen stat s Carmcl, lnd. Fire, believed to havo ' Tho announcement of tho National aptKitnted delegates to attend been caused by the premature exploi havoChild Labor Committee's antuial consion of safe blowers' materials. In the tho conference. ference, now In ECiiulcn In Jacksonpostolllce here, swept and destroyed show a a3 nn entirely new ville, the business district of the Httle town featuro of ouch a conference n meetand entailed a loss estimated at RIDDLES. ing for children. Tho National Child The entire business district of the city, comrofed of part of a block Comtnltteo has prepared stories Why Is tho 12:50 train the hardest of brick and frame buildings, was of child labor In tho glasa, cotton and to catch? It la ten to one If you catcb swept away by the blaze, while the citcoal Industries, which will be told by It. izens looked on, helpless to prevent nro children, whlbstercoptlconi-lldiWho may be said to have bad the tho destruction of the section. chow 11. In tho eight annual conferlargest family In America? George ences heretofore thero has beon no Washington, for he was tho Father of "Tho test of greatness Is the way attempt to Interest children who play lllsCountrj- ono meets t'ao eternal everyday." CHILDREN TO SPEAK FOR J $40,-00- sugar and melted butter, a dust of cayenne, a third of a cup of mild vinegar and the benten yolks of two eggs. Stir until smooth and thick, and beat while cooling. Separato into small flakes any cold fish, add a little lemon Julco and let stand an hour. Stir with a fork, add the salad dressing and a half cup of whipped cream. Placo In small molds, if desired, and chill. Garnish with a sprig of parsley. Federal Law to Save State Money. Tho enactment Into a federal law of the bill providing for the physical valuation of all railroad lines In the country by the Interstate Commerce Commission will be worth to Kentucky hundreds of thousands of dollars in savings nnd Increased revenue, in the opinion of Chairman Laurence Finn, of the State Railroad Commission, who has been watching the progress of this piece of legislation. The Stato Railroad Commission adopted a resolution when the assessment ot the railroads was made for 1912 providing for tho eninloyment of nn expert to Inspect thr books and make a valuation of all the physical property of tho roads, but It Is believed now that this will be unnecessary, as the federal law provides for valuing tire property according to states, showing the value of the railroad lines within the borders ot each state. Can Not Compel County to Pay. In nlllrmlng the case ot tho city of Mt. Sterling vs. Montgomery county, the court of appeals held that the county can not be compelled to pay for the construction of streets abutting on the court house property nor can the fiscal court be compelled by mandamus to provide a means by which the cost of the Improvement may bo made. The court says that public property used for public purposes can not bo charged with tho cost of special Improvements In the absence of a statute expressly authorizing the Imposition of the tax, as ono public agency of the state can not Impose burdens In the way of Indebtedness upon another public agency of the state without its consent. Jefferson Circuit Court Affirmed. Playing New French Came. Agitation for Street Trees. During n few weeks Just passed discus-thero has been conklderablo question and slon of tho street-tretho writer haa been appealed to by oftlclnls and others of local civil or-ganlzntlnn to figuratively "como od In; tho water's fine." This movement too camo up at least, three months late, for the agitators were told that the city had not funds for tho planting or cam of street trees and that tho nnnunl budget had Just been passnd. It Is hoped (hnt a powerful effort will bo mado nnd early In 1913, when It may provo efWHITTIER'S DOG QUITE WISE fectual, Hut how shall wo hopo to get anything esthetic from a city Canine Gave Evidence of Much De- council composed entirely of aver-ag- e light When Visiting Lady Sang business men? That class should Ballad, "Robin Adair." be In tho majority, but vyj need at least ono who will persistently look During ono of thn last birthday cel- to for tho esthetic phaso of . Kxchango. ebrations of the poet Whlttler he was tho city's visited by n celebrated singer. The lady waa asked to sing, nnd, seating Commercial Value of Gardens. herself nt tho piano she began the During tho past few years tho ballad ot "Ilobln Adair" commercial mnrkot valuo of gardens beautiful hardly begun before Mr. tins gained a very pleasing recogniSho had Wlilttler'a pet dog enmo Into the tion In and about I)s Angeles, says room and, seating himself by her side, thn Times of that cltv. Hut a few- watched her as though fascinated, years ago tracts wore Btaked off fh'to listening with delight unusual In nn lots, a fow furrows turned to Indl-- ' When sho hnd finished he rnto Intended streets nnd "thn sain animal. camo nnd put IiIh paw very gently is on." Now wo have every Interme-into her hand nnd licked hor check. dlato phaso from this "boom-day"Robin takws that as a trlbuto to schemes up to furnished houses nnd himself," said .Mr Whlttler. "Ho also gardens. Wo nro nn Is 'Robin Adair'" impatient peoplo, moro so than any Tlio dog, hearing hts own name, other In tho world, nnd wo would buy evidently considered that ho wns the tho finished nrtlclo or homo. Trees hero of tho song. From that mo- nnd plants a deendo or scoro of ment, during tho lady's visit ho wns years old nro now nt n decided prem-gardens of ago Ho kopt by turn nnd "her devoted attendant. her sldo while sho wns Indoors, and provo tho strongest factor In bring-whon sho went nway ho carried her lng about sales to peoplo of taste bag In hts mouth lo tho gato and and means. watched her departuro with every evHis Mistake.idence of distress. "It did Jnck no good to marry his Naturally. stenographer, for she continued the Tommy had been given two new hnblt or tho oftlco In their home." pennies one for candy and tho othor "How so?" "When ho starts to dictate, she for 8undny school. Ily and by ho camo In from play takes him down." o ' 1 and-vorwell-being) 1 " fully-plante1 1 of balls, all alike In size, varying but slightly In weight. In starting tho game, tho beam of the balance Is locked In place In the manner as the ordinary weigh tng balance, and each pin) or takes a set of halls and proceeds to place them, one at a time. In the depres The tdons In tin- - respective pans object of nch player Is to place the heaviest of the balls In tho depressions farthest from the center of the balance After tho balls are In place, thn beam Is released nnd a hand on top of tho, balanco registers (be winner and thn number of points his side outweighs or outbalances that of his competitor. Thus the player who can estimate most accurately the comparative weights of the bal's by simply weighing them In his hands wins tho game. sets selves. Tho public recreation league Is really adapting to outdoor use the decent syHtem which a number of have tried with success From the Survey. to return In smaller parties by them- BICKNELL HARRIS, Real Estate Agents Thp following business and property must be sold together with property described above. This is a business house, two story frame building, 35 x 60 on a lot 40 x 80 and is the only hardware store in town. This property is worth ?oo. 00. Present stock of goods will invoice about $1,000.00 and is worth 100 cents to the dollar. Good terms given. Number 5. One two story frame business house on Main Street, Russell Springs, Russell Co.,Ky. Worth Si, 400. 00. Good terms. Number 6. Farm laying two and one half miles from Russell Springs, Russell Co., Ky., containing 450 acres, 300 cleared and under fence, rest in timber. Sandy loam, clear of stones and lays rolling. Thirty acres in grass, forty in wheat, sixty acres fresh cleared, has been cultivated only two years. Four room tenement house with barns, one new framed, nine room resident building, ceiled and papered. This farm will cost you $20.00 per acre. Number 7. We also have residence property and building lots in the beautiful College town, Uerea, Ky., for sale on reasonable terms and prices. Number 8. Blue grass farm, in Clark Co., thirteen miles south of Lexington, containing 107. acres, well fenced, lays almost in a square, pike running thru farm. Residence and all necessary buildings in good repairand as good blue grass land as there is in Clark Co. This farm can be had now for f 100.00 per acre. This is a great bargain. Write to us at once. Number 9. of of BEREA, KENTUCKY A FEW OF THE BARGAINS WE ARE OFFERING Number 1. We have 5000 acres of coal and timber laud in Harlan Co., Ky., eight miles from Harlan Town, on Martins l'oik of Cumberland River for snley This coal Jaud is the finest in the state and has ns much ns 30 feet of coal in the hills, Veins running in thickness from 3 to feet. Geological reports show that it is fine coke quality. Besides the coal proposition there are many acres of finest white oak and all kinds of timber. We can sell this land from 80 acres to 5000 in one block. Titles are absolute. Write for further particulars. 11 ' Number 2. This property is a health resort and hotel in Russell Springs, Russell Co., Ky., and consists of ten and three quarter actes. Fronting 470 feet on Main Street, three acres in original forest, and lawn. In center of lawn a mineral spring of national reputation for its health-givinproperties. Three acres in pasture, balance in woodland. Frame hotel, two stories, sixteen rooms, well arranged nnd lighted. Cottage of eight rooms, stock barn of ten stalls and all necessary out buildings. Uicknell nnd Harris owns this property and it is now for sale or lease for the year 1 913. g The Jefferson circuit court was affirmed In sustaining a demurrer to the petition of James D. Olllman against the Oermnn Lithographic Stone Co., In which damages were sought for alleged fraud and deceit In a contract between the lithographic stone company and the Uaptlst Hook Concern, by which, lu consideration of S00 share's In the lithographic stone company the Tlaptist Book Concern was to publish the lithographic stone company's prospectus In four weekly Issues of tho Western Hecorder. Tho court held that the Baptist Hook Concern "was the proper party to bring suit. Will Inscribe Verses on Tablet. Part of the executive comtnltteo ot the Kentucky Historical society, Mrs. Jennie C. Morton, regent:. Miss Sallle Jackson, and H. V. McChesney, held n meeting in the office of Acting Gov. McDermott, who was present nnd adopted a resolution to. Inscribe on tho tablet nt the tomb ol Theodorr O'ilnrra? author of "The nivouac of the Dead," threo stanzas of tho poem. This will bo dono ns soon as the society lias funds avail-'blBond Issue Declared Void. The court of appeals has declared void Plnevllle's $30,000 school ,bond election nt tho Instance of W. F. Walsh, n citizen, who appealed from the Hell circuit court, The court said tho Issue would Increaso tho city's bonded Indebtedness to exceed the constitutional limit of the assessed value of property In the city. Widow Loses Insurance Money. Tho appellate court has established a rulo that If the conduct and representations of nn agent are not in furtherance of his principal's business, but are positively hurtful or Inimical to tho rights ot tho principal, It can not be said that a reasonably prudent man having dealings with the agent would have the right to suppose that tho agent was acting on tho authority from tho principal. The widow ot Charles K. Eades, of Muhlenberg county, Is the lotcr of $5,000 by this and said: nies." "Mamma, I loBt ona ot my pen- "Which ono, denrt" she Hiked. "Tho Sunday school one," he 8chool Children Plant Trees. Nearly 00,000 trees aro planted In Sweden by school children under tho guidance of their teachers). Write for prices. Number 3. This is a business proposition in the town of Russell Springs, Russell Co., Ky. The real estate consists of a lot 40 x 80 on Main Street with a two story brick building, 25 x 60 all, well hi ranged and equipped with counters nnd shelves. Piice 4,000. Present stock of genural merchandise will invoice, say about 7,000.00. clean and dependable. Can sell prescents to the dollar, or ent stock now at ninety-fivwill exchange this whole plant for a good blue grass farm near some good town and school. Volume of cash business done last year about ?i0,ooo. Number 4. This proposition is not so large as the other one but however is a good one. Thirteen acres level land, seven acres cleared, the rest in small timber, with young orchard, new framed five room residence, ceiled and papered thruout, with good well water in back porch. Good nine stall stock barn and all necessary out buildings. This property lays one quarter of a mile from post office, Russell Springs, and i6 worth $1 ,500.00. e We have some very fine boundaries white oak, chestnut oak, poplar and other kinds timber for sale. If interested write us. Number 10. The best farm anywhere near Berea. Just outside of corporation, containing tooacies, all newly fenced, and in four fields, water in inch field. All kinds of fruit, best farm house in the country, good barn and out buildings. This farm can uow be had for Si 25. 00 per acre. If you are in the market for anything in our line, write us what you want, and we will try to please you. Kio i'oui. 1 llli i lAliiN. Match 1,1, 1913. ototoioioioaoioioiototoMtotoiototoaotoaototoaototo o o NEWS Questions Confederate Pension Act Confederate Pension Act. At tho suggestion of Attorney (Jen-c.reHarnett, Auditor Itosworth Irsuo wnrrnnts under the fuses t recent r.ct of tho legislature providing for tho pensioning of Kentucky's Confederate soldiers. The Attorney Ocncrnl says there Is sufficient douht tf tho constitutionality of the law to warrant tho Auditor' refusal, and (Jit Minns nl . LOCAL PAGE OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A ooooooooooooo.oooooooooooooX DR. BEST, DENTIST C1TV 1'IIONK 13 & Office over Berea Bank Trust Co. DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock INSURANCE Will sign your bond. Phone 505 , Richmond, Ky. North Bound, Local 7:00 a. tn. 10:65 p. in. 3:52 a. m. 1:07 p. m 7:4G a.m. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Dound, Local 8:15 p. m. C:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. BEItEA 7:00 p. m. 5:50 a. ra. ICnoxvllle Express Train. No. 32 will stop at Bcrca to take on passengers for Dayton, O., Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Columbus, O., and points beyond. Knoxvllle BEM2A Klca-mond, ' Mr. Henry Kittle, a member of tin class of HU3, preached nt the M. H. Church, Sunilay morning, Miss Lou Phillips Is spending n few days with friends here. TIio Misses Alberta Norvell, Stel- la Sparks, Martha nnd Vera Dean nJoyed n pleasant visit at the home of tho Misses D.an from Saturday tin- ut Monday,;i Im n lilrt Biilitmr nt flirt Olivet Church nt the west end of town for the benefit of tho school there on Friday night, the nth. Mr. nnd Mrs. .t. M. Early returned, Saturday, from the Inauguration. They visited llaltlmore nnd other plac snf Interest on their, way back. Miss I)ttlo Westfleld of Parksvllle who has been the guest of Mr. rml Mrs. Wilson on Chestnut St. left for her home, Tuesday. Mr. Walter Waldon has moved Into tho property on Parkway St. which ho recently purchased Mrs. from -i sections 3 and 171 of the Constitution ntc cited. In the firm place, It Is claimed thr.t the art Is legislation In favor of a rlat. In tlfo second tho Constitution sa)n that taxi's may he levied for public only, and It s n question wheth er the exH'iidlture In the form of pension can 1m classed ns for ii public purjiose. pur-pes- E BETTER BAKING FThe Door-f- o Better Baking I Secretary Morton returned from Tim ftnln. fl'iaa nM firm 1..ttlAf.iM Philadelphia, Tuesday, where ho has III the old saying, "All work nnd no leen In the Interest of the College play makes Jack a dull boy." The g for the past month. wns on Saturday last evening when they nssmhled nt Y. W. C. A. meeting, Sunday llio evening was n very helpful nnd In- - Miss Lillian Newcomer's home for n terestlng one. Tho topic was "The couple 'f hours of good solid fun. The party was In honor of Messrs. Woman In tho Home." The entire meeting una In charge of tho girls Terry nnd Oldfleld who aro not resiof tho Vocational department and dent students but wilt graduate with tho class. wns very creditably handled. Prof. Italno Is preaching In tho t'p-i- r l'rof. I'ennlman, who has been nt Chajiel tho latter half of the I'lttshurg nnd Philadelphia in the In- Winter Tvrni, giving nn lniKrtnnt terest of the College, spent n few series on "Tho Chief Dullness pf days hero last week. Christ's Chinch.' Manning, A large numlier cf visitors attend graduate Miss Or a c nurse of the College Hospital, l'ft tho services in tho Main Chnp.'l, but for her home In Columbu. O., hst lewer have realized that tho Upper week, Miss Manning Is also n graduChaiel Is alco open. These discourses ate of the Home Science Department. cf Prof. llidno'a are such r.s will be Laura Jones. profitable to n large number who nr Her many friends wish her the greatMr. end Mrs. Walter Kngle have est success. not regular attendants. moved Into tho restaurant proinrty on Depot St. where they will go Inmcrry-mnkln- ALADDIN I'LOUR It in (lie ilnnr thnl Irtn In A I rrrlnlnly in link-t- it rrmilH ninl let nut worry, dlNiippolntmriit, dnrk, fo (Jgy loisvcu. elr. !mid illdrnlStin nnd lirnllli ro with every lonl of brrnd bilked will, ALADDIN FLOUR tllirr nnd it drllrintii, pnlntnMr flavor cniiMidrrntlint not to lie Ignored, u heller limn Order a snrk todny If il dor mil plrnnr. the flour you arc now lining, purrlniNP price will lie refunded upon return of purllnlly used pneknde BY HOLLIDAY'S The best of fVfrytliinj; k'ootl to eat is always found al HOLLIDAY'S Cincinnati South Bound. 8:00 a. m. 11:55 a. m. DEUBA No. 33 will stop to take on pasbe- sengers for Atlanta and points yond. " North Bound BEHEA Cincinnati " :t.- p. in. b:50 p. in. - Laurel County Fair, August 2th. 27th, 2Sth, and 2'Jth, 1313. Mrs. lllchard .Moore, after visiting for tonic time with her mother, turned to her home in L.ington relat-- t of imreiits. Miss Fthcl Azbill of London, aft"r lsltiui; friends In Ilereu for a lew days, returned, Monday. Miss Lillian (Jriggs of Doylosville, Agent for the Toledo Cooker Co., is CARD OF THANKS Kiwndlug this week in Brea. News has reached Bertn cf the iniDr. David Paulson from the Hlij Mrs. C. I. Ogg was ill tuv first 111., is r.ounc''iiunt by Dr. and Mrs. W. L. I wlli to thmik the people ol tiate Sanitarium, Hinsdale, r..t,h5 Miss Cleo Spiccr returned to Jtlch- - siieudiug a few dayj hero its the narton of Oak I'nrk, III., of the 'for their klndneaa In the Mtd hniir 1 renvcinent In the tltmth of i niond, Monday, after visiting wiili guest of the College. He gpoke In low- - engagement cf thejr daughter, lieteii my -her sltscr, Mrs. Scott Seale, for a er cliapl.Sunda) nleht.on The Piw-- J Llizabeth, to Mr. Clyde Seott Still- fattier. ! Mary Ogit. er of Prayer." Tuesday morning he well, class of l!Wl few days. POLITE SERVICE AND Miss Daisy Spence, who has bo'ii gnvo :t most Interesting talk on j President Frost nnd sin, CI' velaud, nursing at the home of Mr. T. t. "Health" nud a stsrcptlcon lecture visited Ixlngton, Sunday. In the 1 PROMPT ATTENTION FOR SALE "Evils of City Life1' Tuesday iilghL ternoon tlie President addttssetl the Viars of Scaffold Cano for Hsvenl gave a y, m. c. A of State L'nherslt). .Mrs. Paulson came also, and days, has return'd home. await you htn cm n !ay you aie One tiact of land, seven acres, on Mrs. Asbury of Brookvllle, Prof. Mauh attended a ineetlng oX Ky., very Instructive talk to the nurse of Ciootl ooils in want of grottm side of railroad In Conway, Ky. to the State I it t rtollcglato Association east the hospital who were Invited who has been spending Mime time you're sure ol 111 more plncos than meet her at Pres. Frost b, Monday !nt Lexington, Saturday of last week, One good eight room dwelling built Boone Tavern has returned home. otio; lint you don't wnut to stnntl on modern style, known ns tit" Hart Mr. Hlse Davis of Livingston vlhit-e- d evening. . .1 taroiitul hull an hour or so waiting property; finished In goodsijle with tf) ll( dtKtAN IN. bAMLt UrltK Tho columns fur Faith Hall have with Dr. Cornelius, Friday of h. ilnn't l.1flt rllltrllcli summer kitchen, good w.ll good Urn. just bean received, which will comweek." attt.Iltot, Nvlll.n are scrv. Misj good garden Battle Creik, Mich., Mar. '.. good store .uuhh. 2 um u, Mr. Dan Brecl; or Hlchinond wns In plete the construction of this !t.st arlull.s w't. ca Ida Lewis of Berea, Ky., is a visitor feet and other out buildings. ()., cour, dormitory. The final palntliiK here, nnd was one Ilerea, .Monday. pToniptncs- s- till are mot! of a oinslderable Miss Dora Kly, who Is now teach-- ' .Mr. Ihos. Terry. Principal of the for the outsido will begin as soon as ,,r,y ,U ,0 Satu.day nfternoo:,, hm' e:,urta,ed . lllc In WltherHiionn PnllnifH - inl'n ruouc acuooi nt Jackson Broathltt tM0 Wt'athcr permits. " ' . bv the Poattlin (7ere.il fniiin.-ii-i v In n n.y., is spenumg-rew nays at home County, Palace Market t,i'nt Saturday and Sunday, Dr. Itoberts gave a most interest- - tour of Inspection throiiKh its fac- - fruit trees. 1 win seii for $s,2:.n on this week. easy terms. For particulars tall .n f witn his many friends in Berea. . .. Inc talk on "David Livingstone" last nrto .1... UIIU XJI WV1 Mr. nnd Mrs. Loenard Spcnco visit r ' r i1 Mr. F. I. Jones spent Saturday night to tho Volunteer manufacture ef Posttim t!n,i,".'i,t td at tho homo of Mr. John Fortune part of last week with his the latter Band. U. B. ROBERTS, Proprietor. uwoa, Ky famiiv nt at Whites Station, Saturday. (ud) W. M. Hayes. Coyle Bulldinx, Main St. Phone 57 Boone Tavern. Tho girls of Utllo Dulco put aside I Miss Lena Cox and Miss Neva Chrls-nia- n Miss Grace Leo Cornelius was in their regular literary program, Satspent Sunday end Monday with Cincinnati, Wednesday of last week. urday ovenlng, and greatly enjoyed relatives near Panola. Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Adams of Itlch Ian old fashioned "spoiling bee," 1C per cent fertilizer Is known by mond wero In Bcrca, Saturday. Another of tho series of basket-- , everybody. Sold at Welch's, (ad) .Mr. nnd Mrs. Carlos Mopre Kp?nt la II games wa3 played last .Monday Miss Nell Law son of Battle Creek Sunday with Mm. J. S. Ogg. ctternoon between tho Normal and is visiting, with friends In Berea. Mr. Virtlin Welch who recently Academy ' teams, the latter winning Mr. Will Golden of Lexington was graduated in law In .Vow York, nnd, by a scoro of C7 to 12. In Berea for n short visit with his who has been visiting Prof.' Calfeo gavo an Interesting John W. Welch, parents, last week. WHEN YOU SEE AND EXAMINE OUR left, Sunday, for Iowa, whero he extalk In tho Normal Chapel, Tuesday Mrs". B, H. Itoberts was called to pects to practice with morning, concerning his observations his father. I'lttshurg, Saturday, bn account tluring a recent trip thru of Leslie the Illness of her daughter. " County. COLLEGE ITEMS Tho Women's Christian Association Sev,enty-flv- u additional apple trees 1 waa pleasantly entertained, Thursday Tho graduates of tho Collegiate or being added to tho Collgo orchard evening, at the home of Mrs. 11. B. Department nro Issuing a Senior Book ami a carload of fertilizer has been You Will Find They Arc All Matchless Values Taylor. this yeir. Tho graduato classes of all received for uso on tho College farm tho Departments will bo represented, a,"l forest lands, and nil tho Literary Societies will al- Malchleu nt to ilyle, and wear. We mean just Miss Itogcrs, head nurse nt tho so have their pictures In it. With tho College- - Ho3ptal and Miss S;erry, what we ay and re preparetl to back It up with the pictures of the classes, societies, pic- - Assistant Matron nt tho Boarding largeit and fineit tock of Spring Stylrt hown in turea of tho campus, etc., It will mako Hall, spent three days last week In this town. Wo know poslthelj that nowhere" ele will joti a very desirable memento of otu- - Lexington. find iucIi uniMiial values In really dependable foot dent life In Berea. Mr. Hugh M. Oldfleld. teacher at wear. Such Ktylci and values are luminal even with .Mr. Albert Dubcs of Springfield, O., Union Collego, BarbourvIHe, Ky., who has been visiting with his bro-- ; spent last Saturday end Sunday us. From the lowet grade up to the lineit, rou In will And tylei and qualities that will make your Prof. Italno and family, Borca. Mr. Oldfleld came down prl- eye open with wonderment. returned to his homo today. He and marlly to meet and bo with tho mom-bor- s Prof. Balne had qulto an enjoyable It ii Impossible to fittingly describe the exception, of tho Sonlar Class. Ho will al values to be found here this season. You must horseback ride to tho Brushy Creek receive a dogros from this college In come In and look them over. It will pay you to get caves, Tuesday. The Krlppcndorf June. acquainted with us and our methods. The Mrs. James Hail has been visiting for several dny3 with ltev. II. M. Kacer nt Lafollette, Tenn. Tho mombtrs of tho Soplsomore class were delightfully entertained, by one of tiiclr number, Miss Lucy Hoiliday.ather home on Richmond t Friday evening. Hie class is exceedingly grateful no their hostess for the very enjoyable occasion. The seed corn test is now going on at Holliday's store. Those who aro interested may seo Prof. Moutgouie y. vek. to business. Mr. Aden Ogg left nt tho llrst tf tho week for Fredericksburg, Indiana, where he will lw Instructor of a Kind Win. Duncan Is getting along nicely with the brick house which he is erecting on Chestnut St. W. 11. Iluwcr is filling and grnd- lug his yard which is ipilte an im- piovemeiit to Chettnut St. Misa (trace Adanw who was tJek lest week Is out ngein. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Ho id vMtd (In Ilerea, Sunday. Completion of Miss Dooley Welch's new house on Chontnut St. Is near. Miss W.'Ich will have a nice home when finished. Mrs. Win. A. Todd entertained at dinner last Friday, Dr. nnd .Mrs. Davir, .ltev. aud Mrs. C. S. Knight, Dwight Wlllett, Mr. Hudsui, and .Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Taylor. Mr. U. H. Porter of CaneyviH. Ky., spent last Friday with his . brother. Dr. Porter and family. Mr. Win. Jones, who Is in th Insurance business at Danville, Is spending several days with bin PLOWS VULCAN No. 12, Steel Beam $10.00 OLIVER No. 20, Steel Beam VULCAN No. 11, Steel Beam OLIVER No. 19, Steel Beam Pi-s- Next door to Post Office. Your Phono 92 :.. Ptronat ttrntttly tollell.d "I 9.00 9.00 8.00 Ladis MisJionary Society the Baptist chtinh will hold nn Faster bazaar, Saturday, .Mar. L'ind, in tha Berea Beak aud Trutt Co. All good things suitable for an Faster dinner will be on sale. Mrs. Sam Isaacs has been In B'lvn for over a week with Imr snn llnhnrr. who has been very III for some time but is slowly improving now. Grass seeds, plows, and wire fence (ad) at Welch's. Mr. Beiinctt Fowler nnd wife returned to Richmond, Sunday, nft-a visit witli relatives here. Mrs. W. A. Adams has been unite ill at the home of her mother-in-laMrs. Sallle Adams, on Chestnut St. Mr. and Mrs. Adams have the sympathy cf their friends for tho Iosb f their little child last week. Mr. Harry Prather, who Is a hardware Company, is at homo this wool;. tm(-l-Ing.fo-- o-. Itnr-I.-- I FARM FOR SALE clal was ileal ly explained The Art Collection of .Mr. V. W f t was an nttraetlve fontiin SeMity-fllien's more or Tills collctlon liielml'- - AlMitit 7i acres lien;' Mauldeii, Jatili-so- n the visit. many notable iMlnilng, Ktutui-s- , rure County, Ky.. One half In high relics, etc. Stat of cultivation. Bftltinoe In Hoods. CihhI 1 in Ik 1, sixiCKith. All iiiutr fmicc. OBITUARY plank fi'Hce. lulance rait ::) h. t fruce. OtMHl new five nxiiti cottuie. Mr. John J. 0K. one of It r Iioum. Co9d small barn, nutl I'ltlxttllK, tlletl nt his llOHM" mi stand for general store. (mhhI widl at St. last Sundey evening. While home, SumlHy afUTiittMi from kitchen doci'. Iluiitly to churches nnd 'a walk, he had a severe attack of bchool. On ptilillc read. Mall deliver-n- l r three, time wvk tio)tI neighheart trouble, from which he has Wn years. A few borhood. A bargain nt M.'O) Iftnkeu Hfferlnte for M ( .. Lixk Box 2U, Ikiur later h bd a hBiorrage which at otic. Addtf.-(nil) LiwrinctliU'g, Ky eauwrd his death. ytmrs of ok-- ' Mr. Oitg was forty-iM- x .and ha always llveil In th neishlhir htxMl itt Ilerea. I'mmrnl services w r held nt the lUiren Baptist church (it by U v 2 p. in. Montltt. conducted r Knight. Tim remains were th'-moved to the family burying grvtiti I 'on Walnut Moatlow Pike forliitri.il e ls. 1 I tcl ' tt-ir- p.-- , j j II0-1- .1 J 1 : ' I -- ( u - i tir.it fin-ne- ,,y tin.. .t, "t fUtI.ung y" i,.. t..i.. fta j Meat nn, J I Matchless Values NEW SPRING AND SUMMER FOOTWEAR FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN That The ther-In-Ia- Racket TKLCPHONE NO. 40 CALLS W. O. MOORE, at the Nicely Stand ! I HAYES & GOTT "The Qaulity Store" BEREA, KENTUCKY For all kinds of FEED and BREAD STUFFS, Potts' Flour and Meal in any quantity, Corn, Oats, Hay, Straw, Ship Stuff and Chicken Feed. Wc are able to furnish feed in car load lots. Mnrcli I.;. 1 1 1 3. lHJi ClTlZliN, Pajjc iivc Helen Keller Reports Inauguration HOBSON WATCH DON'T MISS HIS HOBSON GREAT LECTURE e "America's Part in the for the ings of Industrial Liberty." World-Struggl- Bless- AT THE CHAPEL SATURDAY 7:30 P. M. MARCH 15 HOBSON MILLINARY only 21-2- 25c. HOBSON Iit OPENING MAR, 2 Miss Mzzlo Maupln Is visiting ulster, Mrs. l'attlo Ponder, In (larrard County. Mrs. Laura Jones' Millinery oon Ilcsslo flllbert who lias Iicimi hick lug will Ih) March 21st and 22nd this ' 10 I' past week Is Improving. ... .1 ...I..,.,. mum. year, owing in u"111 II.W.KU I.N d Tim early spring l.ats uro very Mrs. II. It. Klnnnrd and llttlo son Inviting, cud a new Knstcr Wnnet will lw charming and show of Iowa have been visiting In Hold-wi- n tlio past week. resect and honor to the nlnnlflrano-o- f Miss l.llllan Maupln, former princiSunday. Kastor pal of tlio Iialdwln school. Is In charge Mrs. JonrB has two splendid trimyou this season. Miss Sarah ngiiln, Tim school opi'ned, Mutch 3rd. mers for Thompson of Cincinnati como highly Miss Maupln has n clans In lnstrumusic nlso. tl,,J recommended and will satisfy most perfect taste of our iwtrons. and BAD WRECK .Miss Ucttin Azblll needs no Kvery ono knows her good L. & N. Passenger Derailed Near Oeren Last Sunday tasto nnd her artistic talent In comwel-anin'-nt- to lllchmond, Saturday. Mr. John Uiuili has muM. and tho liKrt Is that he Is vety sick. Mnt. John IJtmb Is ulo sick. l'llot Knob Sch'ol Is irot?resiJui - nlcly with Mis Hayes im teach. or. II Allls v. Hudson Harts, March 10. preftrihed at t lasts. Sunday. It wns a Communion day and a goed many wre present. n Mr. and Mm. I'eter lkirrlay of Iteil ' House vUltcd fiimtl) T. J. Saturday till Monday. Jrom U-M-u- eolorH. Northbound I,, nnd N. Train, No. Wo feed confident wo ran glvo you .18, which paCttes Heron nt 1:07 p. ni., has was tlio moot oxiiulslto hats llsrea wrecked near Whites Statlun, u over been ablo to produco. few miles north ot Bonn, Sunday nf- lion't forget our oHnlng, Mur. 2Ihi ternoon. aiiil 22nd. Come. Two eugiiu's were pulling the train Mm. Iiura Jones. (ad) r ii riil It wns going at a lively rato sieed when the second engine left ii l l.i. iilii the track and turned over. The Iwjt- Singing lllg Hill, Mar. 10. Th ntige our and kmicIioj, exept tho rear School which Mr. Vox taught t thl one, were also derailed, some of them jdacfl left the iieople w ambitious leaving the trucks, pluiiRlug down an atKiut music that they are metliiK euilmukineut nnd turning bottom (.til two anil threo tlmos h wek for prnc-tloup. The wreck oecurreil on the ver) Mm. H. h. Ambros was very sick etlge of a triwtle over a small ereck. last week. and tho first engine succeeded In and oxtrlOHtlng , Mr. and Mrs. .lames Wither lts!f from tho wreckage family sxmt Suii'lay with her father, and ikiIiik oyer the bridge In nfety. It. 1.. Ambrose. Tli Hngem were greatly slink Mr. and Mrs. T. J. MeKtwIinn up nnd n doien or more Injured, but Sundny with Mr. Kt i!rtn. none fatally. D'lla Mr. Nathan Dutlmiii, Miss Dm. Cowley and Cornelius and Nntlmn Itoblns from from Itfn'n nnd gave quick spont Sunday with Mr. nnd attention to the Injured who were Mrs. Joseph lteect. afterwards taken to tho Inflrmar) i Bstea spent Richmond, loiter advteeu ro)ort 1.11 Mr. and .Mix. Mew Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. I'. T. the Injured Improving rapidly. Th'i Cpiittr"n. wto but few broken bones and noth I.uny HaeH and Iteo Ahroms went lug more serious than a rib. e. bining int Ito, Itleh-mon- d RICHMOND PEARSON HOBSON t'spt. llobson Htuids. to those who know him. as one of tho flnoet tyju." ot American manhood. Horn to oppur-tunlthe was worthy of what he He made success In the Nnvy nnd won honor that would b;ive spoll-u- l a snlallor man when he ilectri-fle- d the" world by his famous effort to 'iKittie up" the Spanlth fleet by the sinking of tho Merrlnmc across the ), s entriince toSnntlrgo harbor under urtul land batfire of two 1'ayne of IHnputantu teries. MIbm Vlrgle At the clom of the war he saw an umdo .1 trip lo Ilercn. Sunday. with oppoitunlty to make a better fight who Ih living Mrs. llarrett. lor tho nation nnd the South by leavher Hon, Jas. llarrett. Is very tick. Mrs. H. M. Alcorn died Friday even ing tho deck of the battleship, w) h" rOBlgiW hlo conimlSHlon and entered ing and was burled, Saturday. T. J. Ijiko bus put In a new tele- - loIltlcs. How wisely he chose Is wi Into every prohibition and local Vlioue. Mlss Kthel 1'ortill Is (ilito kick option law In tho south, for ho was filli measles. u leader In that great fight from the in- - first. Several ntudents from lleren Not culy Is this true, but tlio tended Sunday School here, Sunday. Drug Co. Mrs. Luclnda Collins nnd toiffrom productiveness of the ast acreage of Ford have'boen vlslltug n'latlvei at tho southern stntes has been Increased by tho coming of this sailor to the this place. Miss Dottle Jouoh has gono to Innd. Ho made tho tight for tho i on- Hamilton, O., for a fuw weliH visit. Igresslonal District Agricultural schools Miss Martha .McQueen left. Sunday, of which his own Btnio lias nine, mm wns tho pioneer In thu movement. to spend a few days nt Ford. Add to theso accomplishments the Hogs are selling for 7 !M Kr lb. greater fact that ho stands for nil In' this community. Wm. I'urkey nnd family will inovo that Is comprehended In tho terms clean, manly, loyal, progressive, and to MlamlsburK, O., this week. IawIs end family visited with wo havo tho reason why llobson Is l'rof. n nnino.thnt draws great crowds wher Mrs. Whylaud, Sundny. Miss Iva Anderson gave tho ycung ever ho Is booked to lecture. For these reasons wo feel that tho folks ii social, Mar. 1st. forIKMiplo of Borea nro extremely IIICKOIIV I'l.AIN tunnto In hearing him for 11 second Hickory Mains. Mar. 3. Mrs. l'nl. R. L. RICHARDSON, Representing groat lecture, Cornel8on has boon visiting her time, this tlmo In his Strug parents, Mr. and Mrs Barnes of ltlcb- -' "Amurlca'B Part In tho World gle For tho Blessings ot iuuustriai VIRGINIA-CAROLINA CHEMICAL CO. mond. bo given at tho Chnpel Miss Addle Hill was shopping in Ke Lllierty" to cn Saturday night, Mar. 1Mb, ut 7:30. ren, Satuiday. Will be. at R. H. CHRISMAN'S STORE, Berea, Ky. Tho MlBses Cora and AUco VenerATTEND THE K, E, A. . able will contlnuo their visit with Tho oflfcers of tho Kentucky their grandmother in Irvine until Asoclatlon nre making mi .lunu. MAIN STRUCT, near Bunk Mrs. Kmlly Darker who has been active campaign for an nttendnco of moctlngSu IOuls-vlll- o sick Is now better. 0.000 nt tho next From 9:30 A. M. to 4:30 P. M. Several mules and a drove of rattle on April 30, May 1, 2 and 3. wero taken to lllchniond last court Tho teachoro of tho stato aro beginWhy not Send Your Pareats a Tbomaston Pocket Knife ? day, ning to rcullro that attendance nt It in American made, anil you nor your parents cn get a better Wc wish to see every one who is interested in the use of Fertilizer, Sovoral of the young people In this theso meetings Is a business proposiFeed your land and it community havo the measles. tion and that tho Investment will knie than a TbomastOIs. You have a feeling of comfort wlien you have both ANIMAL and MINERAL products. The as a Mrs. W. M. Hush had tho misfortune, yield un enormous dividend. constant companion one of these serviceable knives, and your father will feed you." Wc are the largest manufacturers of Fertilizer in Sunday afternoon, of a fall, and hurt progressive teacher Is tho ono who would like one. If your store has not Tliomaston Knives tell the CoOB the World. Trade with us and save money. Respectfully, htr arm badly. Dr. Cornelius was sent wants tho opinion of more ablo VIRGINIA-CAROLINCHEMICAL 0. rative store, for they sell them. toe. , ' ks, oeceuar-remedinow-fasspa-clo1 1 1 1 Ono of tlio most Interesting report mwn tyiwwrltor, using, of course, tlio of tlio recent Inauguration wns writtouch system. Her observation wns ten by Helen Keller for tlio nowspa-pe- r from a grand stand In Lafayette Park, nre going to sell out. 2000 pairs of shoes below opposlto tlio Wlilto House, and whllo enterprise association. cost. 250 suits one half price. Groceries Miss Keller, ns It) well knonii. Is slio could neither eco nor hear, sho Is ntul blind, necr having sali! to havo "sensed" everything that ilcnf, n bargain, in fact everything in stock. seen or hennl since early Infancy. was taking place, knowing well when the band played, when tlio crowd In-Nevertheless, sliu lo very highly ON eased and when various other things having graduated a) Itadcllffo took ple.co. For tlio minuter details College R.. of the day's occurrences, sho had to and CHESTER. Sho has learned to Bpeak and rerely UKn tlio flngcre of tlio friend cently delivered n perfectly modulated who accompanied her, Mrs. Macy, address to a large audience, Sho wrote which played rapidly In the palm of r.tltuted to bring llicsi up to tho Will Run Switch Inside Walls. tlio nccount of tlio Inaugural on her Miss Keller's hand. standard of tho rest of tho stntc, in In order to give nil bidders equal which It Is believed 03 ier cent of nil opportunity In furnishing coal for tho DOCTOR PAULSON births Is being reported. Frankfort reformatory, the prison DYNAMITE EXPLOSION! indsdale Sanitarium Sends out a commissioners arranged to run a switch Inside the walls. Tho commisPROF. T. J. COATES Friend and Physician Addresses sioners will Invite bids for furnishing coal for a year's supply at tho reform-ntorthe Students. and house of reform. Tho estiTlio main chaixd wns certainly wide mated cost for the reformatory Is ' for the house of reform, $15,000 Three hundred tons of dynamite, nwnke, Sunday night, during tho ml or I1C.00O, This contract will be lot being loaded on n Ilrltlsli steamer In ilress of Dr. I'nulson. Ha usually nt their meeting March 18th. Chesapcnko Ilayfcr shipment to the speaks upon health topics but thla Panama Canal, exploded, Inst Friday tltno ho soko on answers to prayer Call In Outstanding Donds. morning, killing Instantly forty or fif- and (lod's caro for tho practical conTreasurer Thomas C. Ilhea has call, ty men and seriously Injuring nearly cerns of every day life. cd In outstanding Interest-bearinHo enrly learned to prny for Irlp n liundird others. Tlio damage to state warrants Issued between August In perplexities, Is estimated at V'00.000. lie gavo Incidents of 1 and October 1, 1912. These amount Tho caU8- - of the explosion Is un- answered prayer nnd told why noiuo to approximately $400,000. The sinkhis) prayers, ns well as some of ing fund commission authorized th known, but It lo reported that smoke of transferring of JSO.OOQ from the sinkwns toon rising from tho hold of tho ours aro not answered. It was a live ing fund to the general expenditure evoked spontaneous vessel a few minutes before tho catas- address, and fund. trophe. C'llh - mid towns within ft null cheering from tho students at Its i us of thlee Iiucdrcd iiiIIch felt the ef- - .close. Dost thou love life? then do not His htaltli talks will not bo forgot- feet of tlio terrible concussion. squander time; for that's tho stuff Many of the victims wero blown to ten. Ho is a master at making lwlnts, life is made of. Franklin. ntoms, and their liodles will never 'oplgramatlc nnd terse, but with tho 'energy of n llvo wire. He was kept bo recovered. The decks of ships n for nillo from the boat wwenindo busy while hero, making several very slippery with blx-d- . Interesting chap! addresses and tak- Kggs from l'uro Illood Barred Plylng n short trip Into the country. mouth Hocks. Nicely barred nnd ptoj RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT llerea will turn out large numbers fltablo layers. Prices reasonable. to hear him tho next tlmo he comes. State Supervisor of Rural Schools of Mrs Gi A naj,at(li .ant Uck, Ky.,1!. by the death of Mrs. Whereas, K",uckY rn,n iv n n-i. SCUDDER-FLANERJames I. Faulkner, the I'riscilla Club has been deprived of a most valued Insurance War Comes To Close. FARM FOR SALE were recently reAnnouncements and eftlel.'iiJ member, be it retolvnl: The Insurance war In Kentucky ceived In nerea of tho marriage of That v express our appreciation SO acres ot land on lllchmond and . between tho state insurance board her life and services nnd of Miss Abigail May Scudder of I.ltch-of and the fire Insurance companies Kingston pike, 2 miles from Berca, Meld, O., former student of llerea, to Is her bright nnd cheerful companionover. Concessions have been for sale. S room dwelling, good well, Mr. Arthur Mnrk Flniiery, also a ship, whllo nmoiig us; made by the Insurance boards and the Ilerean whoso parents live near companies. The members of tho state orchard and all necessary out houses. Thai we put upon our records u llerea. insurance board, Ituby I.affoon, N. C. Write, Kllhu BIckncll. tenlniony to the high esteem In which Bcrea, Ky.. It. F. D. No. 1. wedding occurred at the home Cray and Insurance Commissioner The sho wns held as a woman of culture Clay met In Louisville with Thos. In all of the brldo last Friday. and refinement, of wide Interest PIANOFOR SALE Mr. Flnnery Is Stato AsslstantDalry-ma- n Dates, of Chicago, representing the Inthings which tend to the uplift of at surance companies and reached a basis of North Carolina, located humanity, nnd of that true heart culA $400 piano for $300. It is practiof settlement. T. M. Goodloe, statls-- . , cally new and In first class condition. .'Kletclavn. .. .1 - i'jiui i . ture which makes for friendship; 111111 iiiv uumu, iuiuiiivu iui j Mr.and Mrs. Flaticry aro now spend- acre anu siuieu inai me compromise Call Tho Citizen offlco for particuThat we acknowledge above nil her (ad) whose ing a few days with friends and relaworth as a wife and mother, had been effected, but declined to glvo lars, ' homo life had always her trtrest ile-- i tives in and near llerea. Tfccy w ill be the terms of settlement. He said that WOOD WANTED nt homo at Fletchers after March 'JSth. the stato got practically all It wanted. votlon; It is understood that there will be a we lender. to the family nnd That Tho Treasurer of the Collcgo Is KENTUCKY TO THE FRONT reduction of 23 per cent in the rates in In friends our difpest hynipathy Cotuimutl from l'trl l'age rural, districts, and Viicro will be a now contracting for next year's wood their Iosh, while olutlng to the saving to the property owners of $150,-00- supply. Persons having wood to sell of tho nioinory of a life well lenco and fatality, being 1.035 In l&ll Instead of $2."0,0'00 which was at will do well to call at tho offlco at showed a ilrst contemplated. lived here, nnd the Iioiki of the life and 75S In 1012. Diphtheria an early date and arrango for a con. alight gain, belug 515 In 1'Jll and fis7 The suits of the Springfield Fire and tract. In 1912. Marine Co. of Massachusetts In the Mm. James It. Robertson, Is Tho price for good hardwood Tlio following shows tho numlier of state court and of the" Citizens' Fire $2.00 per cord. Mrs. Jnines W. Stephen. . deaths from ether preventable dis insurance of Missouri In the federal (ad) Thos. J. Osborne. cou,-- t will be withdrawn. eases; A STUDENT OUTING l!ll2 19U Clerks May Lose Positions. 4 72 A number of young pioplo enjoyed Scarlet Fever I lie otneo or uertuion clerk in the ,30 374 a hay rido to Kingston last Saturdaj . Whooping Coush reformatory and the F.ddy-- " j Frankfort 391 They were tho guests of Mrs. M. It. .Mc.if.les vllle penitentiary have been called la nnd Pneumonia and Flanery of that little village, Into question by State Auditor H. M. 2417 2r30 . spent soiiio tlmo In playing games up- Itosworth and Atty. Gen. Garnett In on tho lawn uud taking pictures. The Summer Complaint of an opinion furnished the auditor says 932 lie wan 111111 uu 1121 Children chief event of their htny, however, uuuiuni in uie awuuit? C07 for sucli officer. C30 The attorney genwas tlio five court! dinner which was Meningitis (all forms) ' 17 eral, in quoting the statutory duties of 5 In nowise neglected by any ineiiilwr Iigrlppo ' 132 the clerks of the prisons, says It Is Child-bo1CI Fovcr " ,ot tho party. .'i.3 their duty to Inscribe on the records ones wero tho Miss-- s Other Dlanhicol Diseases Tlio fortunnto convicts, and conCancer shows cn Increase; 909 In descriptions ot the Wilson, Margaret Murray. F.dtin Karly,' cludes that keeping the Bertlllon recconMabel Flanery, I.ols lhiy. Suslo and 1911 and 913 In 1912. A Bulletin ords constitute part of the .duties ot a t Leila Flanery. tho Messrs. Pugh, A. It. taining an artlclo on this dla?a3e, prison clerk. Kl- - which : free from trchnicnl language, Itobt. Flanery. Wllllam-KubanA CASE OF BLACK PLAGUE ford, Chas. Murray, Warren Spencer may be obtalucd by request to tho Passes On School Law Point. ia town would probably frifbten tb oMcit in. State Doaul of Health, Bowling and liaison Wyrick. In a suit from Martin county, In- habitant, but we tre prepared for the ti Green. volving tho discretion of a divisional even for tbat, and are lupplicd with tb 1911, 152C school board to reject tho nomination In fdiowcd Vlolenco . THE TAVERN BOOKLET freibttt itock ol drufi to" compound aijr bind ( deaths, and In 1912, 1,719. of a subdlstrlct trustee ot a candidate a doctor's pretcription with the aewctt ductTeqr management of Boone Tnvern Tho A remarkablo fact of all theso for teacher In his subdlstrlct school, lea ia medicine! or draft ol aaj description. book- deaths la that In 1911, 41 or every tho court ot appeals held that the trushas Just Issued a licautlful prompt and mittakei are unknown t deacrlptlvo of this hostelry wero caused by tees by explaining their vote. In writ- Our tertlce it let, ono hundred deaths ing or orally fully comply with the re- here. becoming famous as tv haven of disease practically preventable. 1912 quirements of tho statute governing Berea rest fur tho tired traveler. showed 39 por hundred dead cf disthe rejection of a nominee for lack of Tlio booklet Is handsomely Illustrat- eases that can and ought to bo preIncorporated qualifications. ed, tho front cover showing tho vented. accepts veranda nnd nearly every page Tho Federr.l Government civlnir n view of somo feature that theso co;tlflcat?o from Kentucky rs . .. .1 I. .1 n crn attractive. Con- - uuniim'iu, ,iHuuKit. iiiu uuiiuib 111 111,111 splclous among tho cuts Is n map cases can improvo ineir quamy ny showing llerea and environs. giving exact and scientific causes et Tho subject matter speaks eloquent- deaths. . ly, but without exaggeration, of tho Tho births would llkcwiso bo acGet better results by using location, management, purpose and cepted wore It not for tho delinquencomfort of tho Tavern nnd concludes cy on tho part of somo physicians with an historical sketch of thu nnd midwives In Louisville, Paducah, Owensboro, Covington and Lexington. Tlio booklet Is n product of tho Ile- - A systematic houso to house 'Inspcc- rea Printing School and is a splendid lion for unreported births is now of its work. lug mado and prosecutions will bo In- - EIMGLE'S BIG SALE at at We edu-rate- ci THE SALE IS NOW J. ENGLE - KILLS SCORES J y $30,-00- pro-lier- ty ' mt ' Y ' for-m- er ' j 1 1 1. it-- 1 I con-solnt- 0 bej-ond- Broneho-Pncumeji- I 1 4'-- il ' FARMERS! Col-U'g- e. F ERTILIZER Saturday, March 15 see CLARKSTON L2J Plows, Disc Harrows and Farming Implements A Page Six. THIL CITIZEN. eumstnnccs, March 13, 191,1. and I suppose- It La a JA "ta of Me? r v orwrnAi rA Ml1 J Love or Money? ny CLARISSA MACKIE temptation" J ' p PRESIDENT MAJORJ) (J riitt All AZllllll T win one of those Idle confer- whose fruit Is somelines bitterly (liivored. "I shall marry for lore." thinner hllll sighed SCIltllllCII ntMiiM ' tnlly. merry light nunc Into Dell MorShu dearly loved to shock tlic romantic foiiI of Aznlln, her bosom friend. "I," tltter.il Dell, with mock Intensity, "nlm II mnrry for money!" "Dell!" breathed the horrlllod Azalla "Why not'" queried Dell lightly na sho (dipped Into her loose ront Avnltfl Intnl. tin ri.fili-- tnr n mnmntil : ' Sho wn busy adjust Ing th Is sordid ro-mark to the otherwise chari..lnK ami gentle minded Dell. AxaHn had hcrj own plans for her friend Doll wns tot .. . ,,i n mens i ; ......k.-A ton's blue ojoa. Copyright, 1905, by J, 0. Llpplneott company. rlghtt reserved.) ARCHIBALD W. TAFT'S TOUCHING TRIBUTE TO MAJOR BUTT. MJor Archibald W. Butt waa one of the heroee of the Titanic Ho was President Tafl's military old. After Major Butt' dtath th president, with taara In hli tyoa and faltarlng voice, mado him tho aubjoet of one of the moat heartfelt euloglea ever pronounced over a gallant man, pralalng hla manhood, hla courage, hla loyalty, hie elf aacrific. "Everybody knew Archie ae 'Arehl,'" eald the prealdent "I cannot go Into a box at a thaater, I eannot turn around In my room, I cannot ge anywhere, without expecting to aae hi amlllng face or to hear hla cheerful voloe In greeting. The life of the prealdent la rather laolatad, and thoae appointed to live with him come much eloeer to him than any one else. The bond le very, close, and it la difficult to apeak on euch arvoccaelon. "Archie Butt's character waa elmple, atralghtforward and Inoapabla of Intrigue. A clear aante of humor lightened hie life and thoie about him. Life waa not for him a troubled problem. He waa a aoldler, and, when hi wil appointed to eerve under another, to that other he rendered Implicit loyalty. I never knew a man who had ao much aelf abnegation, ao much aelf tacrine, ea Archie Butt. "Occaalona like the elnklng of the Tltanlo frequently develop unforeaeen tralta In men. It makea them hero when you don't expect It. But with Archie It waa Juat ae natural for him to help thoae about him ae It was for him to aak me to permit him to do eomething for aome one for me. "He waa on the deck of the Titanlo exactly what he waa everywhere. He laavaa a void with thoae who loveel ya and th him, but the circumataneea of hla going are all that we would have had, and, whil tara fill th voice le choked, we are felicitated by the memory of what he waa." Before entering upon military life Major Butt dlaplayed high literary ability. The beat of hla atorlea le "Beth 8lda of th Shield," aplendldly written romance of love and war. vaua to till the same city, hut returned to 1WS, when he became President Hoosevclt. position In that Washington In personal nld to When Taft was ' I 1 ,,,, u.c Both Sides The Shield By Major W ARCHIBALD BUTT, One of (he Heroes of the Titanic and President Tafl's Military Aid. Copyright, comiany IMS, by J U. Llpplneott All rlKhts reserved SYNOPSIS Palmer, n Boston newspaper man. It rent to Georgia to report eocUl and Industrial conditions In a series of letters to his parr. Colonel Turpln. a southerner, thinks Palmer Is a lawyer and has coma to foreclose the Tucpln plantation's rnort-cage. Palmer urdecelves him, and the colonel, th'lnklns thrit Palmer Is a kinsman. Invites him to be his guest at the lines Palmer meets Ellen and Bud Turpln and Is hospitably received. 'lie becomes Interested In Ellen and learns that the Turpln home Is In grave peril through lack of funds. lie wants to confess that he Is not really a kinsman, but falls to do so Squire ll.iuklns, an elderly man, is A party Is planned In courting Ellen honor of Palmer, who writes his Impressions of the place for his paper. Ellen wears an old brocade gown at the party, and Palmer falls In love with her Ellen .and her friends take him to the wishing slono "You ore my queen tonight," Palmer tells her. but he will not permit him to avow his love lie fears she Intends marrying the squire to save the old home. Ellen thinks Palmer has ridiculed her and her family In one of his newspaper articles and commands him to Icavo her and never return Palmer secretly acquires the Turpln mortgage to protect the place for Ellen, then volunteers fcr service In the war against Spain. lie becomes ill In camp, and Ellen forgives and nurses him. They become reconciled, and there Is a wedding In t. pros-fee- Ilapsed into unconsciousness again, nd when I awoke Miss Ellen was by By side. She It was who told me that my regiment was going and held my hand In sympathy, for sho Unew-boit would hurt me to be left behind. She read me the president's noble words of pralso for tho men'wuo had answered to the call for troops and. drawing from her pocket a little slip of paper, read rao what tho executive tad to say of those wbo bad fallen III with fever nod who had served their country only In the camp. It was only a short message from our president In answer to an Invitation to como to Chlckamausa, but It cheered many a poor fellow who, as I, lay stricken with tho fever and who was forced to eeo his comrades march away to duty at tho front. It was tho message Just as It came, nnd as she read It her eyes filled with tears: Executive Mansion. Washington. Major Cerffcrul Commanding Camp Thorn as, Chlckamauga; Replying to your Invitation, I beg to eey that It would give me great pleasure to show by a personal visit to Chlckamauga park my high regard for the 44,000. troops of your command who so patriotically responded to tho call for volunteers and who have been for upward of two months making ready for any service and sacrifice the country might require. My duties, however, will not admit of absence from Washington at this time. The highest tribute that can ba paid to the soldier la to say that ho performed his full duty The field of duty Is determined by his government, and wherever that chances to be Is the place of honor. All have helped In the great cause, whether with camp or In battle, and when fever In peace comes all will be alike entitled to the nation's gratitude. WILLIAM M'KINLEY. After that she talked to me of the Fines, and then It was she told mo she had never read my letters to her, thut ' sorrowfully "Neither do I," retorted Dell crisply. "Hut you said you didn't care. You "Yes, of course, he's a dear!" cried Alalia. wanted to marry fer money. And, oh. dear Dell. I hae Just remembered that hear some scrap of uews about Dell I had to bo nt that stupid tailor's at 3 llorton. I o'clock. Will you come with me?" "How Is your patleutr teased Azaila "I can't, Azalla. I qui going to read when he appeared, to Aunt Pamela (Jrltlln She's confined "Which one?" he asked, to the houe with another attack Ofi "Is there more than ouo?" Aza' s rheumatism (Soodby See you totnor-- ' arched her brows prook!ngly. "I " row." She waved her basil nt Azalla ' so glad!" as the latter turned down tho aveuue "Hudey completed the Job yet?" and disappeared In the croud. asked Dr itenn. Dell forgot all about the foolish con-"What Job?" versatlou the Instant Aznlln hail leffj "Suicide." her. Azalla was so Intensely romantic "How horrid of you, Stanley! Ho that Dell bad found herself shrinking Isn't trying to drink himself to death, Major Archibald W. Butt. y When I Awoke. Miss Ellen Was I asked hlui and ho told me so. What The smaller picture shows Major Dutt on from the everjd.iy heart to heart ex Side. chnuge of seiilliueut that was becou will bo guard lesldo U.t president ) t0 you thlek. Stnuley-y- ou tho cotiiervitlonnl food of her tcn-stcbecause you know her!" she wus nfr.ild she uilht forgive me elected president he retained iiutt lu Who are you tnlklng about'" asked and that she did not want to do that the sunn? cnimelty During the winter friend. A a healthy reaction from even In her heart When I was strong of 1011 he wns r:iNnl to the position of this overdose of sentiment Dell had the doctor, with n sinking heart. formed Iho habit of uppljlnu. douches "Why. Dull llorton. 1 believe she glveu n leave, major. enough to hit up I of cold, calculating, practical, worldly aud Hudey will actually marry each and It was .Miss i:ileii herself who mi Ills death occurred ou the llth ot Azalla shrunk under other." A .alia mndu this statement dertook to make nil arrangements for April, when the giant liner Tltanh wise opinions. my Journey to the Pines, for It was struck an Iceberg nnd Mini; In mldocean this (leatmeiit mid secretly worried with becoming enthusiasm Stanley Itenn stared at her wlUi unabout Dell Hut she si 111 clung to tho there thut I wauled to go to recupor with l..iOD persons It was Major marry believing eyes. "Dell Morton marry ate. I'lnnlly the day tame when my Hull's culmiifss in tills crisis that fanciful Idea thut she could not Hudey bis'iiuse she did not love hlui that tittle shrimp?" ho dcmandisL regiment was to move. I wns propped stamped liim us ti hero enough when as a matter ot fact sho Azalla was pulo with Indignation, up with pillows thut I might see It Mrs Henry II Harris of Washing adored him It was Indeed romautlc Sho fluttered angrily. "How daro you break enmp utid march a wny. ton. a survivor of the Titanic. In to observe Hudey pining nway for lovo call Kudolph a shrimp! He's why, "Kllen." I said as saw the last com- speaking of his hruvcry said: of her he's my Ideal of n man!" sho ended In pany, the ono to which I belonged, fall "This whole world hhould rise lu Meantime Hudey Hlenck hud qulto an explosive burst of tears, Major Unit. That man pralso tho opposite opinion. "Then why In tho dickens don't you Into fours, "but for you I could not conduct of my memory will remain In While Dell wnltcd on tho corner for mnrry hliu yourself?" roared the tor-stand that, pointing to tho retreating forevcr-t- he wny he showed mjiiio ot a bus she was not thinking of Azalla mented doctor. regiment. the other men how to behave when "I shall!" she declared Dnnly. "Will She turned to me, and. making a low women nnd children were hUlTeriuu' Ilouner nor of Hudey Hlenck nor of her excuse me, Stanley, wbllo I teleAunt Pamelu Griltin. Sho wa& thinkcourtesy, as she had done that April that awful inentiil fear that came ing of Stunley Itenn. who was Aznlln's tou phone to blm?" night now many months ago, she said, when wo hud to Im huddled In those "Gladly!" said tho doctor. cousin and'n poor young physician who smiling all the while through her tears: boats. .Major llutt wns near me. and tmd Just opened his Urst olllce. Aznlln had hnrdly left tho room by "You wero not made for a soldier, I know very nearly everything he did another door when tho hall door openmy lord. You have been forced to lay "When the order to tnke to the bontx Azalla Kouuer left the tailor's in a ed nnd Dell llorton entered, lovely lo aside the sword. You must take up the catno he becuine as one In Mipreim beatific sta'e of mind, for her new palo gray, with violets at her breast-n- nd pen again." You would have thought command In her eyes. gown was a decided success. The moAnd then I knew for the Qrst time he wns at a White House leeeptlon. New hope sprang alive within III in that she hud not only forgiven me, but cool and mini wax he A ihiren or no ment she stJiilcd up tbcnvenuo toward when sho smiled nt him nnd permitted that at lust she had understood. ' women became hysterical all at nU''e home her thoughts tlew directly to her her hand to rest In his for a brief momisguided friend Dell. THE END. as something connected with n llfelmat "I simply can't have her mnrry for ment "Where Is Aznlla?" sho naked. wrong .Major llutt Mepixil to went "Sho Is saving n llfo." he said, lookmoney I" groaned Azalla. beginning to them and .ild Itenlly, you must, not ing keenly at her Ho knew sho did worry over the matter. nd like tl.'it We aie nil going to n e "Well, little cousin, why so wor- not caro a .rap for young Hlenck; but von HiniiiL'li (Ins thing He helped Stanley Itenn fell Into step her ambitious might lead that way. the Hiillnrx ivirninge the rope or elialn ries?" and Dell's eyes widened "Whoso?" aho "Hudey committed sul beside that had l'o'ii wrong ntul lifted Mime cldo?" her asked quickly of the "iiini'ii in with gallantry Ills himself "Hudey Klenck's-drlnkl- ng Azalla stopped short. "What do you was the manlier we associate with the wide eyed to death and all that, you know. Azalla mean?" sho demanded, word aristocrat. has gono to telephone him that ho Is Is he?" "When the time came for II he was "Where "At the club, drinking drinking him her Ideal man and that sulrldo Is unIn one of the a man to he feared. 1 "Good by: Remember Me (o All (he earlier limits tlfty women. It seemed, self to death! I shall declare It suicide necessary or may be postponed. know I niu not violating u conlidence, If I'm asked to sign his death certifi(he Folks Back Home," Were the were nhoiit lo lie lowered when u man. cate," returned Itenn cheerfully. because Aznllu'i mind and affairs are Middouly panic stricken, run to the sniffed tho "aggrieved an open book to you, her friend." be "Humph.!" Last Words of the Author of tern of It. Major llutt shot one arm "They wouldn't call you In. explained whimsically. out. caught hlui by the neck and Azalla. They might "The dear child!" rlghcd Dell look-lu"Both Sides of the Shield." If It was a cut or Stan! Jerked him backward like a pillow not tho least bit disappointed at lotiiethlng like that!" she ended cut Major Archibald Wllllugham nutt, Ills head cracked against a rnll.ti.d he llngly. tho uews. ono of tho greatest heroes of tho Ti- was stunned. "Dell!" ho said suddenly aud caught "A puppy, perhaps?" asked tho doe-to- r "'.Sorry,' said Mnjor llutt. 'Women ser II 1 lo gloved hand In his. "Aznlln tanic disaster and author of tho serial Innocently. will be attended to llrst or I'll bleak story "On Iloth Sides of tho Shield," "I don't know what Is tho matter jald something about your marrying was born In Augusta, G'a ou Sept, 20, every bone lu your body. everybody today," complained for money you know, and" were lowered nway one with "The boats 180(1. Ills early lifo was spent In "It wns u Juke." hreathed Dell Into Aznlla at last. "PI ret Doll Jlorlon do-one, and as I stood hy my husband Georgia, mid he lutcr attended the by clares she Is going to marry for money tho ihldst of Ids stnminering confusion, I University of tho South. Tho major's ho said to me. Thank Cod for Archie -- so sordid, you know "Heully, dear? You wouldn't hesl- wouldn't mllltury career begun In 1000, when ho llutt! Perhaps .Major llutt heard It. have believed It of Dell, would you. tato to marry a poor mnu-ll- ko mo?" wns appointed assistant quartermaster for he turned Ids fnce toward iih for n Stanley?" Ho was actually holding her In bis second Jtut nt that lime a joiiug man In tho volunteer forces with the rank Dr. Henn's face had Inst Its merry arms. of captain. A year later ho was com- was arguing to get Into a lifeboat, and humor. It was quite while, and bis "Just ask mo und Dud out!" whis bad hold of the lad by tho arm missioned n quartermaster in tho regu- llutt pered Dell In his cur. hazel eyes looked bluck by contrast n big brother nnd appeared to be Azalla, fresh from her own new lar United Stutes army with tho same like "No." ho said rather curtly; "I rank. Ho served as a quartermaster In telling him to keep his head. wouldn't You arc sure?" Ho despised found happiness, stood In tho doorway "I was ono of three llrst cabin women the Philippine Islands from 1000 to blmself for asking this question. v for a brief Instant before disappearing. 1003. From Manila ho was transferred "If she marries Stanley It must be "She said su repeatedly." averred "Reputation Is what men think wo Azalla earneatly to Washington, where bo became depot "You see, Stanley, for love," she sighed. "How romanaro; cbarctcr Is what God sees ug to .hey've ul win j been In moderate clr- - tic I" quartermaster. In 1000 he went to 11a , s j I J iovvu uoi mo iiiir unireti Itiiiley iind had broken tho news to him. "Hut you will never be happy, Dell." said Azalln seriously. "Why should you sell yourself to some toothless old man who" "Arnlla! Please don't suggest that I might not attract a young millionaire," teased Dell as she led tho wny from tho fashionable ten room whero the conversation had taken place. "I never thought of that, dear," admitted Aznlln. "You know In novels und newspaper headings It's always tho other way round Have you ever havo you ever thought much nbout mean, have you calculated It, Dell? Just how rich he must bo?" An eacer light was In her eyes. Dell yawned. "Dear me, nol 1 am so poor myself that nlmost any sum of money over S10.C00 would nppenr In bo a fortune." "Then Hudey would dol" blurted forth Azalla excitedly. Dell stored Incredulously. "Hudey Blenck?" she nsked. "Yes. of course. lie's dear," cried Azalla. loyal to her discarded suitor. "Then why don't you marry him, sweetly. dear?" asked "I don't love hi m." explained Azalla 1 ur . Azniiii "" ' , .iiii iiersc.i. "Who Is ho?" detnnuded Dr. Itenn honrscly. "I don't knowjet" returned Aznlln drenndly. Sho hnil eniight n gllmpsuof Hudey Hlenck In tnxlruti (tint trawled swiftly past tlinn. Itudcy's fnco looked very pale tind melancholy ngnlnst tlio diirk background of I lie vehicle. Dr. Itrnu lift tier nt tho park nnd disappeared wltliln It winding paths. ".Not for incl" tic wild llerccly. "She's not for n poor devil like me. I don't know that I hlnine her much, eltlicr I wonder why sho told Ar.nlln. Perhaps mWA ,,0 lllt Ml0 kww ,0 ,.,,,, would Imhlile It to me nnd then I would know nnd not give her the piiln of telling me my cause wni n hopeless one. Ilnh! Whnt nonsense I ntn talking! It's not like Dell llorton 16 send her messngos In nny such Indirect wny, nor would she ho likely to refuse it tnnn liefore he risked her to marry him, Cool off, you Idiot!" Tills Inst remark wns, of con rue, addressed to himself. For several days Dr. Ilcnn avoided . Iho vicinity or Deli uorton. and mis l0 mjro notlf,.nblo l)ccnU!lu .,. b ,0 ,,,, ,Imro mo. hnn. mcm of nlmmInnt mc. ,t ,,, m,0nalro took ,, ,, , fancy to the doctor and was Inclined to K I''0' ' Professional start A, ,nM (nu ,1(M.,or fomi(, mo ,0 cn upon Aznll'i. There, nt leant, ho might WHAT MISS DAISY SAID Dy JANE OJORNSENf ., ... ...... .... MlnRlctt's, volco wns n deep basi wllli a reverberntit, booming quality, warranted to penetrate tho din ot street trnllln, tho racket of a bollet shop or tho turmoil of ten thousand baseball enthusiasts all yelling nt once. His most conversational lont would clenvo Its woy through nny obstacle llko n bullet from n gun. No matter how li lowered his voice lis carrying power waa unimpaired. However, Mlnglett was blissfully un conscious of this peculiarity, which was so strongly Impressed upon others by his thunderous boss. Mingled Is good looking nnd no girl Is anything but proud to bn seen with him. Still, ordinarily, It Is easier to carry on a conversation If ono does not feel that half a dozen utterly unknown persons aro breathlessly hanging on one's next remark. Daisy perhaps wns tho moat hardened to the embarrassments duo to having Mluglett for an escort, possibly becauso nlno times out of ten sho was the girl he choso to Invite. Sho herself had n volco which might bo described ns Indignantly, for he still labored under the delusion that he could speak softly If ho choso. "I am merely whispering! Anyhow. If anyone wants to listen to private conversation let 'cm I I'm not ashamed of whnt I am saying! ed to cozy corners and confidences, When they wero out togethor conversation as henrd by outsiders was merely n monologuo by Mlnglstt, for Daisy's volco couldn't bo henrd a. foot nwny Mingled when closo by her had to bend his head to hear her. This gave him an nt penrnnco of great devotion, well calculated to draw attention to them If his nlarmitig volco hadn't managed that. Hecause Mingled hnd such n prodigious voice It wns particularly embarrassing to Daisy that he should haro taken It Into his head to proposH to her one night nt the theater. "Ho careful," Daisy warned him nervously before the first act, when ho started In to tell her how lonely ho was. "People can hear you!" "They cannot!" boomed Mingled. little, precisely suit- ffel thel".' lll leaned forward Interestedly. "Please!" protested Miss Ijirke. "The curtain's going up!" "Hnng the curtain!" growled Mingled. "If you aro trying to steer mo off, that's another thing, but If It's Just nervousness I'm going to talk right ahead. You do llko mo a llttlx don't you?" Ho bent his head lo hear what she was saying The curtain was up, hut neither of them knew It. "Of course," tin mid In a hoarso mumble. "Hut you must have knowft I cared more than just ordinarily. You must havo seen It coming! You .must!" Miss Ijirke fluttered her hands and said something Intensely. I've known you a long tlmo now, Daisy, nnd I never knew beforo what It was really to be head over heels " girl two rows The sixteen-year-olbehind them gasped, "Oil, my!" and "Well, you might Just ns well start to cnrlng," Mingled announced lo her and Incidentally to eery ono nround him. "Ilecnuso It's down on the cards that I'm going to marry ou, Daisy! You might ns woll say yes, llrst as last!" She talked to him nnd ho wagged his head, shifted Ills feel and halt turned nround In his seat. "Since I caro so much for you and )ou llko me, there's no reason for delay to think It over! You can decldo this minute! Am you going to marry mo? Say yes!" Ho listened again to Miss Larko. "Oh,' nonsense!" ho snld. "Now, Daisy!" ho snld next. "You'ro all right," ho confided to her soon alter. "Hut your Ideas aro wrong, Still, I seo tho point You'vo got to tell me!" Fifteen minutes later, during tho when Mingled was buy- lug si box of candy In tho lobby, ho was approached by a dlllldunt youth, who gulped twlco and ' swallowed hard In an effort to open n conversation. "Well, son?" Mlnglett's big volco boomed forth. "1 beg your pardon, sir," stammered thi diffident youth. "I'm sure I don't know how you'll tnko It but tho fact Is that tho young lady I'm with this evening won't glvo mo any pcaco tilt I Ilnd out something sho's crnzy to know. Did er did Daisy say yes or wo sat two rows didn't she? Wo back, you know, and an " "It's nono of your confounded business!" bellowed Mluglett, cheerfully. "Hut, between you and mo, sho dldl" Two Essentials. Tho essential things which distinguish ono Individual from nnothor, which glvo ono mnn n higher placo among his fellows nnd another a lower, nro Just two: First of all, e tho uhlllty to keep ovorlast-Ingl- y nt It, and, secondly, Imagination or vision thu uhlllty to sou boyond tho present moment, and to understand that thu work lit hand reaches beyond tho present moment, and so la worth while. porso-verimc- How Major Butt Went to Death With a Smile g I b0- - l 'nUl Find Old Greek Temple. Tho foundation of a Oreek tompla dedicated to Minerva, and dating from tho fifth ceutury H.O., havo boen discovered at Syracuso, Italy. An exploration by menus of deep borings has yielded fragmunts of marhlo, u tiles, protocorluthlan vasea and Ivory statutes. iii ie March 191$, POINTERS FOR DUCK RAISERS ekln Is a Great Layer, but Does Not Possess Firmness of Flesh of the Aylesbury, THE CITIZEN Page Seven INTENSIVE FARMING Conducted by FRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M.S. Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator I ' POULTRY 11 SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door I ii' FOR BEGINNER IN POULTRY Two Doien Hent Are Plenty to 8tart With for One With No Experience American Dreed Deit. For ono who linn tmd no Pipnrl-encwith poultry two dozen hens nro plenty to begin with, It Is hotter to begin with ono of tho Amarlcnn or Tho Mediterranean Astatic brecili. hreedi nro weak wlien small because of feathcrlnR so fast. Frco rango Is beat, wrltea William Zimmerman of Helma, Okla., In tho Farmers' Mall anil Breeze. If they must bo put In pens, 12 hens and a cock to each pen Is about right. For good, strong n Interior of Poultry House, chicks, the cock bird should be not 1H than one nor moro than three years old, nnd tho hens two yeurs old, hae kept hens In pens 1C by CO 1 feet, )2 to n pen, nnd had good A house II by 16 feet nnd C feet high at the envos U largo enough for throe iloicn hens. I am keeping about My house Is 100 In one of Unit site. , built facing thu south nnd nil tho houth tddu Is mailt) of lath ono Inch apnrt. Tho west and north sides aro boxed tight, but there Is n door aeroM the north end for a cleaning off the sliding drbp board. I uso no curtain In front of thb roosts, ami I havo no fronn combs or sick poultry. As a feed to make hens lay thero Is nothing better than wheat nnd Kafir .In equal iwrtH. If tho hens aro kept In pens feed nil they will eat. Throw tho grain In straw or hay. Don't dose )our hens to mako them lay, and If onlo gets sick, separata It from tho flock. KEEPING AND STORING EGGS of Water, Well Dissolved Sulutlon Silked Lime and Salt Is RecommendedDon't Crack. Thero ftre many plans suggested for keeping nnd storing eggs, but a very simple one appears In a recent three, gnllons of To water add ono pound of frtwli slaked pint of salt. Have It lltno nnd well dissolted. Drop In your eggs olio at n time, but mind do not crack them. It you wish to keep them ono or two ' enrs you cnu do so. Hut you must me them ns soon as taken out or they When j on put In all you will spoil wish, take a thin plti-- of board nnd put on top. mill on that put a little salt and mo thnt the top may bo ns strong ns tho bottom. If theso nro kept at sea und In different cllmutes, why not keep on land In a cool iellar? Should j on wish to keep to trnnsort. dUsnlvt Hiifllcli nt gum shellac to make u thin varnish In alcohol, let them dry. then after giving each egg a coat pack them In bran or sawdust. When wanted wash oft tho varnish and they aro rendy to be rooked ery one-hal- f e TREATMENT FOR BROODY HEN Unique Plan Is to Provide Wooden Boxes With Screen Bottoms-Fo- wl Soon Cools Off. A Tho market prlco for duck feathers a about half that for goose fcath- How to Double Your Yield of Oats era. In Franco tho term "duckling" la Slncoontsnro probnbly next loom ncre. I'otash Is not needed, nt least applied to birds hatched tho provlous nnd hay In Imiiortnnco ns n crop In Mot nt present, on tho soils of this season, and not tho present year, as Eastern Kentucky, nnd tlmo for sow- locality. In this country. HATB OF SEEDING: In this vlcln-- 1 ing oats Is just nt hand, It Is heilevtd In England It la claimed that whllo Bowltiir Ity C to 8 iwcks per acre should bo tho I'eklti Is not a great layer. It has that a few word regarding j Down. If a drill can ho used a iiecU not tho fineness of Mesh nor the early of this crop Is now timely. SEED SELECTION: It Is believed ' loss seed per nc,-- can "4o used than maturity of tho Aylesbury. that It sown broadcast, because the seed Cayuga, tho only American va that tho northern white onts Tho riety, furnishes a meat of fine flavor, hnvo been sown In this locality nro will cover licttcr and a slightly larbut on account or Its black plumngo not nearly as well ndapted to Ken- ger yield may lw expected. makes a very unnttrncttvo appenranen tucky ns two or threo other varieties. COVBItINO TUB SEED: If tho seed when dressed, Tho French epicures Tho Hurt cats arc probably tho best ' Is sown broadcast It must bo thoroly greatly apprcclato tho high quality of nnd thu harrowed In both ways If tho ground tho Cayuga. This Is about tho only for us as they mnturo enrly, American product that wo aro not blndes nnd stems do not entirely dry i fairly lovcl. If not harrowed both up until tho grain Is rlio, thus mnk- ways tho harrow should lap half. The overly proud of. Tho great secret of fattening duck-ling- s lng them vnluablo for feeding In tho .final oiKjratlon, cither way tho seed Is to begin early, and this can sheaf as most of our farmers food has been sown Is to roll or hurdle only bo attained by keeping tho stock them. If sown In March they will tho ground bo ns to mako a good firm duck young. In practice It Is not profit-oblseed bed. If your soli Is heavy nnd Inmature-- tho latter part of June. to keep tho stock ducks moro KAMA SEEDING: Oats should lw; clined to bako, the harrow should be than two yeurs. sown as early In tho spring as the run over It lightly nftcr rolling to ground can bo prepared for them. If break tho crust nnd hold tho Kill COMBAT POULTRY-YARFOES tho season Is favorable, tho middle moisture. Thoso In this locality who hnvo put of March Is nono too cnry. Crest Amount of Loss and Kluch AnI'itKI'AKlNO THB GROUND: If )ou In their oats In a way similar to that noyance Caused by Insect Pardoscrlled abovo havo obtained yields havo only a small field to how nnd asitesHow to Control. of from 23 to 33 bushels per ncre; aro not pressed with other work tho whereas tho avcrago yield is probably (11 Ql'OItUK M. TUItriN.) bo plowed six or eight 8 ground should to 12 bushels per aero. Insect parasites nro tho cause of a Inches deep with tho breaking plow. Tho Hurt oats can bo obtained from great deal of nnnoyance nnd loss to IC you aro not accustomed to plow-tha-t tho lierca seed merchant. Ilo has alpoultrymen, Some essentlnl measures deep, go nbout an Inch deeper ready ordered a good supply and will for their control nro: Havo tho poultry houses separated than usual. Kach days plowing get moro when this runs out. Tho jou great demand for tho Hurt oats bo harrowed down well before from nil other farm buildings. for Havo nil of tho Interior fixtures of stop work In tho evening bo n.4 to seed lins mado them consld'rnhly Withtho poultry houses, such as roost-pole- pulverize alt clod3 thoroughly, and er priced than tho northern later nest boxes, feed hoppers, tho wholo field rolled or hurdled maturing oats. Our merchant can dropping boards, etc., removnblo so when nil Is plowed nnd hat rowed ro C3 cents that every part of the Interior can as to glvo a good firm seed bed and sell those ho has ordered at per bushel, but n later order nmy bo bo readily cleaned and sprayed. ono thnt will hold moisture. It you slightly higher. Ho Is kindly Keep a good dust bath to which tho handlln? pressed for time, uso tho disk them at no profit in order to introfowls may hnvo access at all times aro harrow or double Rhovel plow to Ktlr duce them. Their superiority over tho of th day. Common road dust with Ann ashes and powdered sulphur or up th ground. If you use tho double northorn varieties is believed to make e nlrslncked lime ndded Is excellent. shovel plow th-- ground should in ,thcm well worth the difference Tho road dust should bo gathered harrowed and then rolled or hurdled. prico. , 13 used, the ground It tho disk harrow Grass and clover sned should bo only needs tho rolling or drafting, if sown with tho oats so ns to get tho tho oats nro to be sown broadcast the land Into g.xid pasttiro If it Is rough , .1 'VV rn-'lseed will cover better If the rolllim and hilly, cr to start a crop rotation l dono till after seeding. system If it U land you wish to farm. FOR SMUT: A good 4 cr 5 year rotation to build SEED TUBATING Smut can be prcvonted by spreading up poor land is corn plus ryo for cov- tho 8od on a clean floor and sprink- er crop, cowpcas, oats, clover ono or ling them with n solution of formalin two years then corn again, Or, if two jtountl of leguminous crops nro not needed to and water at tho rato of formalin to 10 gallons of water. Stir bupply humus and nitrogen, the cow-pemay bo dropped out leaving corn are well A dropping board easily removed, with shovel till all tho grains oats, and clover. moistened and then cover with blankcleaned, sanded and replaced without Most of our soils aro greatly In need ets or canvas and let stand forever-a- l BOlnp, Into the hen house. A. Dropping board proper. hours, after which tho seed may of lime, espIally for tho clover. To thoso enough Interested to write bo sown, or spread out to dry. Tho during dry weather for uso during seed will run through the drill much or call and soo mo I shall bo glad to tho winter. suggest suitable mixtures of gra3s Spray tho coops and fixtures with better If allowed to dry. Tho grain should not be again put into bins, seed for pasture, and to glo infora good whitewash twice ench year, sacks or machinery that hnvo not mation on any other point In this adding two pounds of salt and gallon of crudo carbolic acid been treated. It bhould not post over connection. to every fifty gullons of tho spraying a cent and a half u bushel to treat mixture. the seed. THE MAIDEN RIDGE NURSERY Setting htjns should hnvo nccess to FERTILIZERS AND MANURE: The Only Mountain Nursery in the n good dust bath such as mentioned Very little or no manure should bo above. If llco are found later on the State chicks, rub lard In the feathers ol used for oats unless tho ground is tho head and throat, and In bad very poor. If your ground vns In Save half tho cost of your fruit cases, also under tho wings. or Boy boans last year It will trees and order by mall. Cut out tho Agent's profit nnd probably not bo necessary to buy a TURKEYS THRIVE ON ALFALFA completo fertilizer, for phosphorus is send for particulars at once. I havo probably nil that tho ground needs, a largo supply of ono and two year grafted trees true to Two Hundred Acres of Land In Ne- and 175 to 200 pounds of acid phos- old whole-rophate per r.cro should bo applied, if j name and all kinds of nursery stock braska Utilized by Ranchman for Breeding of Birds. tho land has not boon planted to le- for sale this spring nt very low prices. .f G. D. Smith, gumes it thould havo a mixture A Nebraska ranchman has moro Richmond, Ky. (ad) about HO pounds of acid phosphate p than 200 acres of wild land, too dry for cultivation without Irrigation, and makes a good living by raising turkeys. tho A small creek runs through place and along Its sides grow-- somo cottonwood trees. About '.'00 acres of this farm has been sown to alfalfa, and In splto of tho absence of much ruin It thrives very well. , Tho old ranch owner raises from S00 to 1,200 turkeys overy year, and about tho only caro ho gives thorn Is to feed them alfalfa. o J j u D ) J 1 : i Berea's Vocational Schools Training that adds to your monoy-camlpower, combined with general education. FOIt YOUNG MEN' Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Commercial. FOIt YOUNG LADIES HoracScIenco, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Sinography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Oenoral Education for those not far advanced, combined with somo vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others llko yourself and glvo chance for most rapid progress. 3rd Door going Berea's General Academy Course For thuM who aro not expecting to tcaih and who aro not through College, but deslro moro general education. This Is Just tho thing for thoso' pro paring for medical studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start In study and expect to carry It on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School ' This gives tho very best training for those who expect to teach. Courses aro so nrranged that young pooplo can teach through tho summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on In their courso of study. Head Dinsmore'o great book, "How to Teach a District School." ' 5th Door This la tho Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College and provides standard straight rood to College best training In Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy lo now Berea's largest department. 6th Door This Is tho crown of tho wholo Institution, courses In all advanced subjects. Questions Answered BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. 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 the benefit of Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far' a3 purslblc for students to earn and save In overy way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect tho charai'to. and reputation of the young people. Our students come from tho host families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may bo sick tho College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents In Berca llvo in College buildings, and many assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuablo training, and getting pay according lo tho valueof their labor. Except in winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of theirexpen-ses- . Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is tho best, but as students muBt attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes nro necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost. Tin College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students llvo, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffeo or extras, 1.35 a week, in tho fall, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to CO cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES aro two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and !a returned when tho student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction Is s. free gift). Tho Incidental Foe for most students Is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal 0.00 ann $7.00 In Collegiato courses. y PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental foe and room rent by the term, board by tho half term. Installments ure as follows: , WINTER TKRM . nt as one-fourt- h cow-pea- s ot r I Incidental Feo Room Board 6 VOCATIONAL AND HC1IOOLS FOUNDATION $ 5.00 COO ACADEMY AND NORMAL $ 6.00 COLLEGE $ 7.00 weeks 1, 1913 9.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 Amount due January Board for C .. .. weeks, due Feb. 12, $20.00 9.00 $29.00 Total for term If paid in advance SPRING' Incidental Fee Room Board 5 $28.50 TKRM $ 5.00 $30.70 $ 6.00 $3I.70 $ 7.00 COO 4.00 unique Is plan for curing broody weeks 20, 1913 C.75 0.00 ' 6.75 17.75 6.75 24.50 6.75 18.75 6.75 25.50 carried out by mnklng u few boxes with Bcreen bottoms with legs attached to keep tho box up from tho ground and allow frco circulation of air, says the Iowa Homestead. Common window screen Is all that should hens la&aasai It Is a mlstako to keep a nondescript bull simply becauso he cost a llttlo money. Hogs follow the rows and tramp down less of thn rapo if It Is drilled Inatnnil nf hrondensted. For sheep tho sllago should be cut very flno. Otherwise they leavo tbe butt sections of tho stalks. With tho silo flvo steers can bo fed .Amount duo March .. .. Board 6 woeks duo Apr. 30, 1913 . 15.75 6.75 22.60 . "I would rather FIJ 1 H H Total tor term If paid In advance $22.00 $24.00 $25.00 for books or cell you a Studebaker a This docs not Include the dollar deposit nor money laundry. Special Expenses Business. I Box for Treatment. ' j Into theso be vied for a bottom. placo tho old batchers until thoy glvo up hatching. Several days la such airy quartors cool thorn off and they go to laying. Kerosene. ' I Kerosene ii sure death to lloe It Spray the walls, roosts, corners and nestings and the oil will kill all vermin. Sprinkle tbe bottom of the nests with It and cover with a heavy coating-- of straw. Kerosene la also vary valuable In preventing und curing scale disease la fowls. It It ) used freely on the roosts once a week you will bava no scaly legs. It promptly destroys the red louso that preys on the fowls at night, sapping tholr vary Ufa blood and retires to tho roost pole during the daytime. applied ns a spray, as cheaply as four without. That gives you the gain of ono steer free. Asldo from tho feed problora, sheep causo tho flock master llttlo trouble In summer, unless we except tho parasites. As a general proposition It may bo said that tho sow that has pigs sho Is a yoar old will disappoint her owner. Clover sllago makes excellent hog feed In winter. They eat overy bit of It. Somo wasto In feeding corn bo-fo- re When your dealer tells you that you know he's honest. Ma may have cheaper wagons in stock, but he l:noW3 the Studebaker is the best. And so do you. He wants to give such good wagon value that you will come back and demand a buggy made by the same people. Stuclcbnkr-rhave been building wagons for sixty yenrs nnd they have won the confidence of dealer nnd farmer by building not the cheapest buj the but wagons. Whether you live in city, town or country, there's n Studebaker to fit your needs. Farm wagons, trucks, business nnd delivery wagons, surreys, buggies nnd runabouts, with harness for each of the same high quality as Studebaker vehicles. s sllago to hogs. When you turn your team over to a hostler at the feed barn bo sure to seo that they get the water, oata and bay you pay for. In hot weather a horse should not ba fed much corn. Oata and bran ara the much better. Tbe mora work more feed of course. Llvo stock husbandry will postpone oil depletion for a longer period of ttma than grain farming, but it will nsi prevent depletion. See our Da!:r or write us. STUDEBAKER NEW YORK MINNEAPOLIS CHICAGO DALLAS bAN SALT LAKE CITY South Bend, Ind. KANSAS KRANC1SCO DENVER CITY.. lORTLANl), ORE. . Winter Srhiff Total $12.00 $10.00 $36.00 Stenography' and Typewriting .. ..$14.00 12.00 10.00 36.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .. .. 14.00 6.00 5.00 18.00 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 uso 18.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 of Instrument Com. Law, Com. Oeog., Com. S.4C 1X0 1.80 Arlth., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per tnn. young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berca It there Is the will to do so. It Is a great advantage to continue during winter and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste tlm in the publlsi schooi going over and over the same things, when they might be Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies Willi some of the beat young men and women from other counties and state, Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they art above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden, Spring Torm opens, Wednesday, March 26th. Got ready. For Information or friendly advice writ to the Secretary, able-bodi- ed D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Page Eight. Hill CITIZKN. March 13, 1913. ganl;ntlon, This Is nn Indication of the. attitude of the organization (o law and order as rcptesenti'd by tho Hovonunent, Companies Express nre in 4 also counsel for the llipior nwtoola-tloover the Webb Inw The IN OUR OWN STATE lmtsvlllo agent of the Adams nnd A conflicting report In to the efContinued from I'lint Vt Southern Express Couiimnlcs Is r. fect that the. Southern Express Comtlf tilit. Hi tfltf He cotttsrotdfrx-- fukllihU stiler-- (l(Md In lull l ixirted to have declared that no atpany and the Santa IV ltallrond will iHilntlng him are not liable. In brief, Wilts jUlnty., l not for publication, but si d tTidcste tt tccd faith. tention whatever will lie paid to the comply with the law In evry parti tho decision of the court was that law; that Is, that consignments of ctilnr to be on the nfo side In the Fiscal Courts do not lime the right liquor be received for any destl- Saturday and Sunday. .Mrs. ANNOUNCEMENT event t lint llu Supirme Court de to create an office, Jano nntlfiii will lit itri flin etntttitlim ivt STANLEY MOVES UP Howies', wife cf Stephen Itowirs, died clares .It Constitutional. Qf South Cnrollnn nnd portions For County Court Clerk i.f ItoprvrenttUlvo A. O. Humify of the Wednelay mornlnpr, of pneumonia H, would seem to be I xtd policy to Second District, Kentucky, wad North Cniollna. Tills action is said We nr atitliorlzctt to nnnottnee K. fever. Everyone was sorry to fleet hour of H, Johnon na ti candidate for County to be taken under the advice, of the accept the advice of tile counsel ed a member of th lions' Ways and her dentil. The funeral rwrvloss were County, Mib-Jby the liquor dertler. general counsel of tho company who Catirt Clork of Jaeksou Mentis Commlttio by a caucus of the held Thursday, ccmlucted by Hev. to the action of the Ueimbllaiti linnc Mejwlcr. She leaves Deuiocrnta In Washington last week, wvii (d) whero ho was recrntly called on Im- been spending the winter with relaprimary In AuK. 1013. receiving three more vuttw tlmn a five ton and two daughters, portant business. John MrColliim tives In Clay County, will return to majority. and a great number of friends, iirr Representative For who has been very 111 Is slowly w her homo In a few, days. Miss NelHOSPITAL CAMPAKIN sister, .Mrs. Tom Smith, dlril Frldny, covering. Dr. Settle is the attending lie Wo are authorised to announce W. from who has lind a position in A cnntjwlgn has liccn on In Lexingtho shock received by Iter sis- physician. E. E. Durham and wife the Sanitarium at Ikittle Creek, Midi., ton to raise n fund to lift the debt n. Reynolds of Jackson County nil a ter's death. The llttlo baby of Oeo. candidate for Representative from tin Oabbard died, Friday morning. It was nre visiting at Wind Cnve. C. S, Dur- for the past six months, returned from the flood Suiiinrltan Hospital ham has completed his barn and Is home, Saturday, to spend n few weeks anil cri'ct a new uurteti' home which Counties of Jackson, Owsley and Clay only two weeks old. clearing some new ground. Sherman vacation. Miss Mnttlo Peters who Is prouilseu to meet with- complete sue Thm before the lloiitibllcan voters at the .M.M'I.MILS Durham of Dry Fork whs shopping In attending school nt lleivn, spent August 1'rlmary 1313. Vour votes an? n cess. At a rally held at the Phoenix Grama Mmildcn, Jlnr, S J. II. runner, who town (ad) respectfully solicited this week. .Married, tho tith few days with her brother, Leo Pe- Hotel, Saturday night, signed pledge moved to Klehmoud soma time a no Inst, at her heme on (Irani I.lck near ters. Orster Parks of lleim sp'tit wem reported, amounting to $r0,(. to attend school, is In very NOALUM.NQ LIME PHOSPHATE poor here, .Mrs. Jane JACKSON COUNTY Alcorn, and n Mr. Sunday with his parents. nnd tho then pledged fo,0 health and Is expected home, March Uengo of Panola. more nnd promised to ral the Mh. Neal Frost of Klchmoml, who COMMENDS" MISSTOWELL of tho $02,000 miulrctl TVMIIt ny and sank nine miles from here, leavUNITED STATES NEWS has been visiting friends and rIa-tie- s Tyner, Mnr. S. J. (I. Moirls of tho coming Sfittirday nmht. ing only about live feet of her masts lonttmiril liom twite one ( of this vicinity, has returned A feature of the campaign was has been helping his brother, a out of water Capt. Merrett and threo Dear Editor: home. The Knights of I'ythlas of Seeing Miss l'o well's announcement .Mauldeii have their Hall almost fin Tom, on his hoiiso n few days this public office since the end of the contribution of n Inrgo quantity of to- - colored seamen took to tho lifeboat, a few minutes. In baceo which, b.ing sold, produced Jn which capsized Superintendent In your ished and are moving Into it. Miss. week. W. M.. Vaughn continues In Cleveland administration. for County After a Imnl struggle the captain and poor health. Sam Vaughn, the eight FRIEDMAN MAKINtl TEST casii paper, 1 tliluk that a word of com- Ea Hall of Wclchburg, ho has been otio man managed to get back to tho Dr. Frederick Friedman of llerlln HANKS CONSOLIDATED mendation of her by otic, who has staying with her grandparents, Mr. year old son of Ed Vaughn, cut two schooner and lashed themselves to fingers of his little sister off with has gteu a demonstration of his new Tho Phoenix and Third National the mast, where the captain was res would not be and Mrs. Oeorge Amyx known her all her life, of .Maulden, an nx. n treatment of consumption In the New Hank and tho Lexington Dank and rued by tho Cobb's Island Aunt I.urretla Ilullock Is and has returned home for a week. amiss. Miss Powell was bo-very lworly with lngrippe. W. It. York hospitals. A number of patients Trust Company of Lexington were crew, r0 hours later. raised in my neighborhood, and, from I'.VItltOT Kej nobis will be In Owsley County have been submitted to hlni irom whom consolidated, Saturday, all the iwtM her first day in school, gave promise Parrot, Mar. 7. Tho Stave dress ho has selected certain ones and In of tho Lexington Hank and Trust Co. WOMAN nEATEN DY RODDERS. of character and scholarship of high at this place Is running at present next week. John Moore's health Is Itay .Moore Is at- jected his bacterlu or serum, as It is being removed to the Phoenix and quality. Of course, she has had loor under the management of Chns. W. slowly Improving Newark, O. Mrs. Anna Sox, CO advantages, yet she has been patient, Hays of Richmond. There will be tending school nt MeKeo. Little Miss moro commonly called. About twenty Third National Hank. Tho new Inst!- was so seerely boaten that very hard. She early church at tho new church house 'the Emily Kanisey u staying with her Iiooplo have already been Heated and tutlou will hnv.i n capital of JbUO.WO )cars old, and has striven I'. Is fmued may certificate, and fourth Saturday and Sunday In tills sister, .Mrs. Ilessy .Moore. .Miss Doola tho country awaits, with a good deal and a surplus of flGo.nou. Tho merged attacked by shehold-u- ill? when she was mado a third-claB111011 a ami robbed Institution will have assets nggrecnt- of $18. She Is nn aunt of A L. Wehrie. fcr a good many years has been a month, conducted by Hev. Tllford Miller was in this vicinity the past of Interest, the results. Ho is invited to give a demons! ra- - ling about $ I,."(W,ik)iI, and wilt Ih tin millionaire stovu manufacturer, week taking orders for the Lee public schools cf Jackteacher in the Cornelius. A. U. Oabbard had a work. of son County during the "summer and Ing last Saturday nnd got his new Manufacturing Co. Wo wore sony to don before the V. S. .Marine Hospital largest banking establishment, rut Newark. - sldo of Louisville, In Kentucky. Youiio fall, spending tho winter and spring house raised. Ills family who lmv hear that S. 1'. Palmer, an old citiz- Corps, and If the results In these hitmonths In Herea College. Slio Is had measles are all Improving. Mr. en of Tyner, but now living mar ter tests are successful, he will pos- er Alexnnder Is the Proolih'tit and W. L. Threlkeld, Cashier. now a teacher of the Eighth tirade and Mrs. Jesse McCowan of Mcrshotts Winchester, had his barn burned with sibly win the assent of the GovernCINCINNATI PAYNTEIt OFFEKEI) JOH tho toren Foundation Sihools, holdlWe(v visiting, relative; at this place, nil Ills farm tools, several tons of ment. Ho Is to depart for Canada in hay, some hundred bushels of corn, soon. Senator Pay liter, when) term ns rmai Saturday and Sunday. Ing a diploma from tho Wheat No 2 red $!07il to. No 3 There were United Stntes Senator expired Mr. red Jl fiC. No red STetl Jl Department of tho College. church services nt this place last Ith, was offered tho place vacated In Corn No 2 white r.25.1c, No .1 I am greatly Indebted to Miss PowSaturday and Sunday, conducted by while nUfftlUc. No I white tho Commerce Court by the lnix ell for tho help she has given my Ilov, Hacker anil others. Ova Tns-se- y No 'J yellow r.HiS-'- c, No 3 yel of Archbald, but declined It. f.O'.c. children both in echoed and out. She of Middle Fork was visiting his low 4!M!"'tc. No. 4 yellow Tho Senator Is ivosslbly through with No '2 mixed CHifllV. No. 3 mix groat inspiration to all sister, .Mrs. Lel Oabbard, Sunday. has hem a official life, ami judging by some ed 4U', JtSnc. No. 4 timed 4Siiff 4'Jc. who havo known her, and especially Messrs. Lel and Green Deny (iab-lar- d EMANCIPATION things in his record there Is no good white ear 60flB4c, yellow ear 5l7r55c. to thosa whom she has taught, and staid with their brother, Andrew mixed ear r.mfi4c. cause for regret. County Gabbard, of near Annvllle, Thursday I do not think that Jackson - Wli) lie nfri..if lcath. Oats No. 2 white 3737'?e. stand The iltr onrs Ml tirhlmt. can do n better thing than to select night. They reiort five of his chilaril white 3f,fl3r.'tc. No. S 344?3l4e. Oh, fuollah one and Mlml, As though jout life were tirrath' WORLD NEWS No. 4 white 32Mi33'iC No. 2 mixed Miss Powell to held tho office of dren down with typhoid fever. Death but anulnu jour A day ami you will meet. 34c. No. 3 mixed .Utf S3ic, No. 4 mixContinued from HirM I'age A night-n- ml With clay. Oh, gtml urpt!c' Buperinfonde.it )ou Mill Keet' lor the next four t SANIIOAI', ed 31Uf,12Uc. years. I ask all my friends to consi1 " Why ihouM you he forlorn' Hay No. timothy Thi i the death of liestti latter died from starvation, the formSand Gap, .Mar. S. Mrs. D. W. Durlf0 IG.Go. claim, and give her thulr sup- ham who standard timothy tl4f I4.2S, No. 2 tlm Death only husk tliecom; der her To lireatheauay it hrrath. er fell Into a deep crevasse. been very ill with has ntby $131(13 25. No. 3 timothy JlO.f.o Why should ou fear to meet And Inow the end nf tnfe. port. Hils c.xiicdltldn, of course, was enstomach troublo is some better. Oll'St, No. I chner mixed $13.SOCrl4, The Thresher of tliewlic.1t And tantc the Ueathlex life. J. AV. Durham, ltobinet, Ky. .Mrs. J. It. Durham continues tirely liideiH'nib nt of Scott's inilar No. 2 clover mixed JlHtl'.', No, clovery " W hy should it tie a wrench " Anil joy without a fear McKi:i: lioorly. Thomas Johnson of Dry Fork dash, tho disaster occurring about ver $I2..W 13, No. 2 cloer JSfMl And unite without a tear; Ekks- firsts 17c. Toleae our wooden hcnchF McKcc, Mar. 10. Magistrate C. E. is reported to bo very ill at the three months earlier or In Ix-e-. ibll. ordinary Prime 15c. pcroml firsts Vie, Anil work, nor care to rct, Why not with laugh and altout firsts llr 4 ALLIANCE AOAINSI' CASTRO homo of his brother, James, of this Smith held Court In town, Monday. home, when achool.l out? Poultry- Hens, nenty oor 4 lbs) Kim And find the lat the tett." (4 lb and under A trlpple alliance Is Mid to have ItSc, young S. D. Fulton, Taylor and Clark place. Messrs. Wo wero Indeed- sorry Ifc'te, to stairity roonters 12c. old roosters lO'i, been recently formed between Venewero In town last Thursday on busi- learn of tho death of Mrs. James springers t.t lbs and under) 2oc, ness. Taylor Is a railroad engineer, Tincher of McKee. Jesso Durham and zuela, Columbia and Nicaragua fur the springers lover 3 Ibsi ICc. dip ks (t purpose of preventing tho return ' , and oer) 20e, white (under 4 lbs) and Clark is tho general manager of sister, .Maggie, visited their uncle, Dr. 1o; turkejs is lbs and oer) 21c. lur- of Custro to power In South America tho building of tho new railroad from Dcnnct and family, who aro sick 0,'IK under s lbs) loirlie. Hcidleburg to Turkeyfoot. They cay at Bradshaw, last week. Castro is now in New York and makes kt'.aHobert and seven head of nlco cattle. FROM MINER TO CAIIINET light of tho reiMirts, snyliiK that In turkeys', -touts ISc. culls Sr they will try to have tho railroad In Benuet, is very low with white swellWilliam U. Wilson, tho new SecreCuttleShippers $7,S40, extra OWSLEY COUNTY . operation by the first of August. Dr. ing Davo Durham and Millard Cleni-mo."VO. bun hf r extra J7Sitfv, tary of Labor In Pres. Wilson's Cab- has no Intention of going to Vene ro-- i: 7 78, common to G. C. Goodman, was in town, Friday, are building a new barn, tn.Mr. soon rejoin his family kumI tn choke 7ti inet, has long been prominent In the ztichi but will fair Mi.2Bt'..75; heifers, extra $7 CtHf Posey, Mar. 7. Miss Ellie llden organization to see Mrs. Doia Hays, who has been Durham's farm. III Europe. J. u. Durham has of bituminous coal min 7 M, kihhI to rhnlew $7fa7.60, common very ill with lagrlppo for a 'few days. built a nice buggy shed. Dr. Settle was u visitor In South HoonevIIle ers and It is clninii'il for li tin that THE POPE ILL lo fair fi.25iu 76. row, extra Jrt ion Dr. Hornsby of llurnlng Sprlugs was has bought tho projrty of Dave Cole. last Saturday night and Sunday I no roiH- or uome is sain u lie litG.7r.. kihmI to rhnlce 5.7Brfi.4i). com ho will represent organized labor in gavo the young In town recently to see tome Mr: C9I0 is calculating on locating at .Mrs. Martlia Hall J125Jf.25. emitters JJ'n tho Cabinet, lie declares, however, disposed from an attack of (Irliuio and n," lo 4.2R patients. .Mrs. William Harrison has the Simpson place at Dig Hill. Geo. folks iv candy party last WediK-ndathat this is hardly the way to put It, Catarrh, and all audiences wlthhlin $7 7'1 t Hulls llotngnn Jrti7. been wy HI for oeveral days. Mrs. Powell is preparing to sell gcods nt night, Tho Misses OIlie Hughes and that ho will rcpiiwni the Oovtrnincnt, have been BUHK'niled. Ilu has Iih'H 7 7f. rut bulls Jtr.Oti7 15fxtm J. J. Davis ha3 been sictc for scvpral mis place. u. M. Harrison Is. also Matulo Pendleton visited Mrs. Fan- but states that the ioInt of lew has greatly depressed for the last month Ciilics- - Extra $10 6". fsilr to roimi $7 lo'u 111 2,'.. common and large $G 50 weeks. Edgar Itader, of Egypt, was building another store house pre- ny Wlelder last Wednesday ulght. owing to tho death of his sister. much to do with such matters. lo In town, Saturday and Sunday. Hev. paratory to selling goods again. Tho Tho school Improvement Club of this reports antic utuo his Im- it Hogs Selected heavy THE ALLEN'S TO DIE ! lfljr'J.15. Lunsford preached In tho Christian postofflco at this place has been re- placo has gone to work again. A quilt provement. Floyd Allen and his son, Claude .nod tn liiolre packers and butt hers church, Saturday night and Sunday. moved from Johnson's storo back to Is being pieced to finish paying for Allen, who were convicted for the inr!).l5. mixed packers WMUVAT. stags ?M(7.26, common to cholco Tho I. C. T., a school club, gave a its old original placo at Henry Cooks. tho wire feuco which will be put ahootin,; up of the court at Hlllsvlll", heavy fat sows $fiK.:&, light shippers public entertainment, Friday night, Mary Cook Is postmistress and J. N. up next week. Success to tho women. Va., on Mar. llth, V.tVi, and who were IS 7KI . ; pigs 1100 lbs and loss) iCT Mrs. Thomas Kincald who has been granted which was very successful. Willie Tuttle asclstant. J. N Tuttlo x.cr.. has a respite by tho Ooyernor, are lllack was vUltlng relntivcs here. returned from Washington, D. C, .confined to her bed for mow than a to bo executed at tho State PenitenSheep Extra $fi.2f;, good to choice $ l.7fifi 5.15, common to fair 52.75 ft I.G.V month seems to Improvo very slowly, tiary on March 2sth, tho Governor 5HIP LOAD OF EMIGRANTS WERE ImIIiiIih Extra ja.25, good to cholco Mrs. Owen Couch of Moorcs Creek refusing to commute their K.OOftU.15, common to fair G.2r.frS.r.O. SAVED WHEN DOAT STRIKES sitetit last week with her sister, Mrs. to life imprisonment. yeiirllugs $ fi ti 7. clipped lambs ffi.SO THE AJAX REEF. Kincald. .Miss Clarice Rowland was OS. PERRY'S FLAOSllll' RAISED 'a visitor at tho graded school, Frl- - TJio flagship of Commodore Perry, Ueatrico and Mab'l j day evening, which ho was forced to leavo and Uritlsh Steamer, In Trouble, Sends Wilson Imvo entered school aaln which POPE SORE THROAT SUFFERER Wireless Metsage for Help and tank In tho famous battle on after a two weeks visit at home. Tug Rescue Respor. :s. Lako Erie, tho hundredth anniversary R. D. Halo and John Mcliiersou aro of which Is to bo Pontiff Has Suspended All Audiences commemorated ne.t very busy gathering up poultry and Until Further Notice Condi, October was raised from the bottom Wwitern wtiuiiii fnlun New Hrlcc shipping to Cincinnati. Horn to Mr. rt tho tlcn Causes Alarm. Key Wust, Fla. One hundred and iako last Thursday. and Mrs. Elbert Ross, n girl. To Mr. Tho old chip is said to be In a good jlxteen passengers, all of whom were Rome, .March 10. It was announced and Mrs, Leonard Neely, a boy. state nf .ir"Herv:if (mi nntt will lut dr. emigrants bound from Spain to Cuba, nt tho Yntlcan that Popo Plus X has MADISON COUNTY Uu out to take imt in tho ...nun- - with the exception of two suspended all ntitllenccs until passengers, were taken off tho llrltlsh notice nnd that his physicians further report steamer Lukhiio, ashore on the AJax ed the aged pontiff suffering from a KingMon, Mar. 10. Wesley Webb WiCKERSHAM TO CO AIIROAU reef, off the Florida coast, by tho tug sovere Hiiro throat, accompanied by a spent last week with relatives in Former Attorney Cenerul Wicker- - Rescue. The hysterical passengers considerable degree of fever. Whltesburg, Letcher County. Tho sham, who becauio a prlwito citizen were landed here by the tug. Them Is great anxiety at tho VatiMisses Mabel and Leila Flaneiy and Mar. 4th, (s contemplating a great Transfers of the p.ibscngcrn from the can as the result of thcBe reports, ow Suda and Mr. Oreen Powell, who aro vacation after his strenuous Lugano to the Rescue wan Ing to the advanced nge and generally trust attending bchool at Herea, spent from busting career. Ho will sail from Sun olfected In two hours. Of iho passen- feeble condition of tho pope. Saturday until Monday with their Francisco. Mar. 15h, or a ttlp uH'iind gers rescued 12 were women, 15 chilONE-WASPRING COLONIST TICKETS ON ' dren and the remainder men. SALE DAILY MARCH t5 TO APRIL it, inn to parents at this placo. Tom Poff, wio tho woild. GOLF BODY CHOOSES CHIEF points in We.tern Montana, Idaho, Wailiing'ton, of Imperiled passengers wero achas boon very sick for koiuu time is AN AFFRONT TO JUSTICE Oregon, British Columbia, complished at great risk Passengers improving. Jesse Young who lias Tho International Asiodntloii tf wero hurled tiiwju their faces when the J. C. Davidson Elected President MidROUND TRIP HOMKSKEKKRS' TICKETS ON been spending a few weeks with her Hrldgo nnd Structural Iron Workers, dle Atlantic Body Tourney SALE nt and 3rd TL'ESDAYS EACH MONTH to shock came. ('apt. Powell at once reparents, will return, Thursday, to nt its iKssion in Chicago last week, alized Set for May. many points in the Northwest L nited States ami that the iHinltlim of the vessel Canada. Long limit and stopover. Hattlo Crook, Mkh. Wllllo Munday Frank M, Ryan, recently was serious. Distress rockets and Travel on the Washington, March 10. At a mootmado a business trjp to Ilurgln, last convicted as n conspirator Hi ihadyna- - wiroltMus calls riinmlned uiiunsworod ing of the Middle Atlantic Coif assowooK. .Miss I.auta Murray who has nilto outrages, President of tho orfor hours. C Davidson of WashingFinally the menage was picked up ciation John by the Hnlted Stales wireless station ton was elected president; J. W. Atof and connecting lines, to heie. At Hie same time It was Inter- kinson Dr. J. Richmond, Va., W. Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho. cepted hy tlm t list Rescue, bound for secretary, and llrown of Washington, , Yatos Pennoman of Tho IlrltUh Parliament took Washington, Oregon, or to Manitoba, Saskatchethis ikirt. The latter vessel set out Haltlliiore, treasurer. a from their labois, threo days recess Mar. 7th, convenwan, Alberta, British Columbia. now session Is destliud to bo for tho Lugano at once and had sue- Tho It was decided to hold tho annual ing again, Monday. This was tho a busy one, Tho Homo Hub) meastno cieded in taking olf her passengers championship tournament on tho CoWill send free Illustrated literature about the North-wes- t before additional tugs, sent from hum, lumbia Country club 1'nlted States and full Information about Northcloso of a very long bcssIoii crowded for Ireland will coma up for final links. Just out ern Pacific rates of fare and service promptly upon side of this city, May with many bills of Importance which passage, and land, food and suffrage arrived at Hie scene. Incluslvo. reque.t. It costs you nothing. Write today. gavo llttlo chanco for rest to tho bills, as well as tariff reform, uro slatRESCUED AFTER VESSEL SINKS. . C. EATON, Travtling Immig, Agent, K, 4th A'., Cincinnati, O. To Regulate Speed Maniacs. 40 members. Tho King, In proroguing ed for action. Tho Unionist party, , Madison, Wis., Mnrch 10. M. J. CQS'J-K.l.OJ). P. A 40 . 4th St., Cincinnati, 0. Parliament, n a brief speech, express- which has been seriously shattered Capo Charles, Va. The schooner manlhcs will ho regulated by Snoed machined regret that tho niemborsof tho two during the lost tow mouths, wilt make Laura Thomas, Capt. Donnard .Me- ery Instead of by law, If the bill of Houses would havo so short a respite au effort to retrieve its position. rrett, of Chlucoteiiguo, sprang a leak Assemblyman Richards becomes a law. Tho trouble n. -t ' East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Express Companies in Trouble Maku Himi liking Easy IP w-ploj- ed ct chll-dre- j POWDER - only baking nowifar matfa from Royal Oream of Tartar Absolutely Pure wo-ker- s .Mil-dr- j t j S j MARhETS A nrb-me- ut iS.i 4!i-e- , et 1 - - j ',r i ' SAVE ALL ON BOARD ( LOW FARES TO THE i Fertile Northwest first-clas- s j ' Y lies-cue- s Northern Pacific Ry Parliament Takes Recess 22-2-