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FAULKNER, M Mgtr u Htmd , tin Piut-tifi- at llrrn, Ay, tUut ma&mnUrt. .Devoted to tlie Interests .of tlie fftrittg OUR' DEFINITION rThe Citizen Mo-umtali- Knowledge Is power knowledge newspaper. and the way to keep up with modem ii to read a i People One Dollar a year. No. 38 Vol. XIV. Five cents n copy. DEKEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 20, 1013 Easter FOR DEVELOPMENT A Excoriates the Governor recent editorial In A meeting of tho stockholders of tlio Northern Coal nnd Coke Company 1ms been arranged for to day in New York for the purpose of forming n new organization to bo known as tho Klkliorn Con I and Fuel Company, and tho purchase by that company of tho property of the Northern Coal and Coke Company, tho Hlnckstono, Cokeland, the Harold Company nud a part of tho Denver Creek Compnny. Thin consolidation is said to mean much for the development of Eastern Kentucky. Tho Company, ns niinr.unced, will own three hundred thousand ncres of the best coal Inud in tlio stale. The Citizk.v lias often heretofore called ntlention lo tliti real It is meaning of the term "development" as imcd by rich capitalists. spoken of by them as the coming.of an ern of great prosperity to the locality, but in reality it only means prosperity to and for the owners of the resources of the district, tho original owners of tho land, of tho coal and tho timber in almost nil cases having parted with their possessions for n song, nud, when tho so called development comes, they aro left in tho lurch. When tho development goes, an it must in is few yenrs, the hillsides will be stripped of the timber and tho black taken from the coal reins nnd the people diamonds will havo who snrrivo will then have to oko out a miserable living from the inhospitable Roil ns best they can. They will be driven to agriculture, then possibly later on, as nn alternative to starvation, to scientific In-e- Herald bitterly denounces Governor McCrcary, calling him ''the Domocrat'c tiolltlcal antiquity who now makes his residence nt Frankfort In gtibernatorl. al capacity." The Herald contrnsts tho attention tho duties of tho state shown by Wilson, who was pretty 'generally criticised for his banquet ing tours, In comparison to the neg lect shown by tho present Governor. Says tho Herald, "There has not been a tlmo in many years when Kentucky suffered bo greatly from nog- i the IkjiiIsvIIIo lect as It does today with a'tlcbtfour times bigger than the Constitutional limitation nnd growing as each month passes. With chaotic conditions existing in tho regulation of Its railroads and public utilities, and with a chief executive who plays Mltlcs It Is In n sad way." "The Governor Is back from Washington. Will ho now tell the people whether ho Intends to servo them In tho office they elected him for or whethttr ho purjioses to cngnge In a futllo nnd foolish pursuit of a senatorial nomination. Tlio lieoplc have a right to know." Another Reason for Extra Session Thcio Is a possibility that tho amendment to tho Constitution pro- of ldlng for tho direct election United States Senators will be rati fied by tho requisite three fourths of tho stales within tho next two month, thirty-on- e statc3 having already passed upon .tho amendment favorably and Is now beforo five other states, they ratify, the old method of electing senators will have jmsesd ator Uradlcy bo elected? Ho has one more year to serve, and the proposed amendment provides that tho State , legislature shnll ennct laws govern-- i lng the election. It Is claimed, therefore, that, whllo the Governor has been Immune to all arguments for an oxtrn seslon to remedy 'tho tax situation, ho will hao to call n session to provide for tho manner of electing a senator, next November. There are dissenting opinions to this view, however, and If the Governor dissents, Under this prospect tho question this new argument will of course fall arises, how shalt tho successor to Sen- - as tho others. I agriculture. t 1 conservation of natural Wo hear much nowdays of conservation resources. It is a policy that nlways affects people at a distance. Why not the conservation of state resources, of county resources, of 'individual resources y Kentucky Eastern Kentucky is being exploited by n few capitalists, mostly foreign capitalists. Kentucky's timber nnd coal nnd other natural resources aro enriching Kentucky but little they are not even making tho tax burden lighter on the people of the stato. Kentucky is being exploited not developed. Kentucky is asleep, and it is to bo feared she will not awake until her precious treasures are gone, until her nnturnl resources are completely in the hands of ruthless exploiters. Development memw exploitation mid devastation. APPEAL OF THE AFTER SELF is easy for young men and young women and even children to realize tho haudicnp tho loss of n leg or an arm or the loss of sight or henriug entails upon them when they become men and women. And It UNITED STATES NEWS IN OUR OWN STATE King George of Greece Assassinated King Ocorgo of (Jreecc was assassinated, Tuesday, In Salonika, .Macedonia, whllo walking on (ho street by a degenerate of IiIh own country. Ho wan shot thru the breast and died the 5re'U forces In of tho war. King (Jcorgu In n brother of the , Quen mother, Alexandra, of KnKlund, and hoii of tho Hint; of Denmark. He was chosen KIiik of the Hcllenex In 18G3. Ho has, therefore, reigned fifty In a few minute. Tno King and Queen havo been In years. Ho Is In Ills CSth year. His son, Prince Consttntlne, In Salonika since tho fortress was occupied by tho Oreeks. He waa In iht- - said to havo succeeded hint. Koiial com m a ml of the early art they are willing to practice all ordinary precautious to prevent such Hut it does not seem to be so easy to realize that the a handicap. after man or woman may be handicapped just.ns seriously in other respects- - handicapped by bad habits, by youthful cnreleBsiicPs aud indifference, by the waste of time or by some moral lapse. Every youth, therefore, should be made to conceive, if possible, the after man or after woman the man or woman he or she expects standing in the distnnce and pleading for a to be in the future chance, pleading to youth the earlier self not lo encumber middle age nnd after life, but to give tho after self the best chance possible. This thought we hino found well put iu the Southern School Journal where it is quoted ns coming from Dr. Dnvid Starr Jordan. it with the hope that it may catch the eye and influWe ence the will of any thoughtless or reckless youth. " Your lirst duty in life is toward your after self. So live that your after self the man you ought to he may In hl. time be po Ible and actual. Far away In the yeart be is waiting hU turn. His body, hi brain, his soul, are in your "What will you leave for him? Will It be a brain un- pniied by lust or dissipation, A mind trained to think and act, a nervous system true ns n dial In It response to the truth al)out ou? WifT you, Hoy, let lilin come as a man among men in his timer Or will you throw away his inheribovish Great storm strikes Kentucky Announced Special Session Postponed HunMedical Discovery Nearly too soon May run for Sanator. dred Dead Suffragettes Will Parade The Webb Law being enforced- in New York New Postmaster GenFox issues a new book Callahan Suferal In Line With Taft-F- or Conspirators to be tried Family frage Amendment Wants Women destroyed by explosion. Police Friedman Winning Out. POSTPONED A WEEK It Is announced from Washington that tho extra session of Congress, which It was understood tho Presi dent would call for April 1st, Is to be liostponed until April 7 or 8, at the suggestion of Houso leaders. The rcas-- 1 ifoniinued on The Balkan War week lias not liecn a very well as the attltudo of Austria. Tho mcst lmicrtant happening of eventful ono In tho Halkan wor zone. tho week, however, was tho reply of c Dispatches early told of tho dcsjier-attho allies to the I'owers, setting fotth sltuntlon at Adrlanoplu and tho terms uion which peace negotiatho belief that the fortress tions may bo umlci taken. They demight fall before tho end of the week, mand (tut, that all Kinopean terribut several assaults are rvK)rted tory formerly belonging to Turkey, slnco and the stronghold has not yet wltli tho exception of Constantinople and environs, chall bo ceded to them. been taken. News of a sarlous nature Is to tin1 Second, that tho Aegean Islands shall effect that dls?ntlons arc brewing bo given up. Third, that Tiirkcy'shall among the allies themselves. It would renounce all claim to Crete. Fourth, seem that Uulgarla fears that both that tho principle of u war Indemnity shall bo agreed to, the amount to Greeco and Sorvla- - have sinister Intentions In respect to ltulgarlan terri- Ixj fixed later, and that military shall ntt bo Interrupted by tho tory. And at tho Bame tlmo tho deHounwrila are disquieting as peace ncgotntlnns. mands of Tho NEW STORY Pe Five " JERRY SOUTH hand. He cannot help himself. p?rr.-tlon- s tance before lie has had the chance to touch It? Will you to him n lira In distorted, a mind diseased? A will turn untrained (o action? A spinal cord grown through and through with devil grass of that vile harvest we call wild oats? "Will you let him come, taking your place, gaining through your experiences, hallowed through your joys; building on them Ids own? Or will you fling his hope away, that the man you might have been decreeing wanton-likhall never be? "This is your problem in life; the problem of more importance to you than anr or nil others. How will you meet it, as a man or as a fool " When you answer thi, we shall know what the world can make of you." orr e 1 fcfcBiMi RfJ) j Tho first Installment of our new story will run next week. It la entitled The Insurrection Grows in Mexico "His KIse to rower," and Is a lolltl-cRoyal Son English Have Trouble story In which an untaught Forgiven. champion of tho people wins out In MEXICO STILL UNSETTLED tho cud. It Is not wanting either In Insurrection continues to prevail in an lmKrtnnt feature of interest to Mexico a- - number of states and disevery oneIt is a love story nlso. Furthermore, tbo hero Is u 1'HO- - tricts being up In arms against tho now military government established aittissivu. Don't miss tbo first chapter and by lluertn nnd Diaz. you will not miss tho other. A number of engagements havo occurred near the United States border SPECIAL FEATURE THIS WEEK during tho week, and on tho whole Government inquiries last week It would seem that tho Wo had many troops havo gotten the worst In tho for Dr. Puulson's address, and aro fighting. Tho ure disorforces running, In this Issue, leglnnlng on ganized nnd foJcoino frequently entitled, tho first page, tho lecture even mutinous, and tho outlook for "UufOno Crop of Health." a permanent Btablo government In Head It You can nmko It worth a tho near futuro is far from promts. padozen years subscription to the al WORLDNEWS Only One Crop of Health Address of Dr. Paulson of Chicago in Berea College Chapel. A number of yturs ago a man In Indiana camo to see inc. bringing his daughter who was about to graduate a broken down, nervous wieck, and asking my advice. I said, "Take her out of school." Tho mother said "Oh, no, I want Jnno to graduate. It will bo such n disappointment to her to utop now." "Would you rather nave her dead or In a lunatic asylum?'' I asked. They said "Wo will run tho risk." And they did. The day tho girl she had Just enough graduated Btrongth to do bo, and could scarcely carry her diploma home. A few weeks later sho was scut to the lunottc asy- lum. As I it is, you can go to tho shoe-sho- p and get another pair of shoes, if you havo tho money. I want to say to you, you havo Jiwt ono crop of health I run, a health' repair shop just ns man runs a shoo shop. 1 do a pretty poor Job sometimes, Just as a choemaker decs sometimes. Hut that Is all 1 do. Just patch up. Men do net get a, new crop of health. God could glvo a now crop of health Just as ha could ralso tbo dead. Hut that does net haj pen often. Disease Does not Rain Down from God Dr. Pearsons told n story onco ho died that I never forgot. ho was a young man ho used nml rca,j mCdlclno with an old uoctor nnd they went out to see n ratnlly that had typhoid fever. Wlfo and wn8 iiown, mother was down, three or four children wero do n with typhoid fever. While tho old doctcr was blwdlng ths patients, (that was ti10 ohlstyb treatment), young Pear- gong wont around nnd took an Invon- tory of tho place. 1I& was a keen follow. Whon ho was hero In IJorea tho faculty remember how ho went Into tho kitchen and caw how you peeled potntoes. If you had pe led them thick you would never havo gotten a dollar. Moro than ono Institution fell 0 down on that. And ho gavo you befio ho left. Whllo Dr. Pearsons' was l oklng In tho cellar, ho saw It was full of filth, saw tho barnyard aud tho well between tho two placoo, On ono sower answering fcr both. tho way homo ho paid to tho old doctor "Whero do you think that typhoid fever camo from?" Tho old doctor, looking up, said "From Heaven.'' 1'ear-bosaid, "I do not believe that, I Old beforo When t0 0 50,-00- 11. t' ii fi r v STORM HITS KENTUCKY storm, whosa force was felt in many states, touched Kentucky also, last Thursday night and Friday morning. Considerable damago was done. In Owcnsboro, chiefly to factory roofs, telephones Hopklnsville, and telegraph wires. Eliznbcthtown and Covington were al- ' bo In tho sweep of tho gale, while It teglstered a sixty mllo clip at Louisville where two Uvea were lost by a falling smoke stack. I The wind nnd rain storm was followed by a flooded condition of tho streams, general thruout tho state, which caused much inconvenience and considerable property loss. HIGH HOPES SMASHED Two Kcntuckians were prominently mentioned last week for Important positions under tho Wilson administration, Robert Wooiley for Assistant Secretary of tho Treasury and Henry S. Breckinridge for Assistant Secretary of War, but tho hopes of these gentlemen havo been somewhat dash- icd during tho last few days. Whllo it Is claimed that they will be cared for by the President, their particular The berths aro yet to be located. tiouble seems to havo como about lowing to tho too great assurance of their friends and premature announce- meuis. MAYO TO ANNOUNCE A Plkevllle. report Is to the effect that J. C. C. Mayo, prominent Dcmo- - The widespread ! jcrat and millionaire of Paiutsville, I will soon announco his candidacy for the Democratic nomination before tho August primaries for United States Senator, thus throwing his hat into Mr. South is the chief clerk of thetlic r,ng t0 compete with Beckham, house of representatives. Continued on pate five j More Lunatics than Students Now, thero aro moro Insane jieoplo In our Insano asylums than there aro students In all tho colleges and unl- verslties. I don't think you will for- get that. Wo think of tho girls and boys of this nation, that wo have such a vast number of students in our Institutions of learning. I want to say to you thero aro Just ns many lunatics In our asylums ns students In nil our higher uchools. There Is bomethlng wroug when our pcoplo aro going per. i. inc. i . , CONTENTS OFTHIS ISSUE PAQE ONE News of tho Week. Hdltorlals. lecture Only Ono Crop of Health. I'AGB TWO. Editorials. Temperance. ftnmlay School Lessen. Slogan Is, "Ono for Every One." PAOB THREE Only Ono Crop of Health (Con.) PAGB FOUR Local Items. PAGE FIVE General News. PAGE BIX First Installment of New Story. Convicts PAGE SEVEN In lload Uulldlng. ENGLAND ALAIt.MED A crisis Is Imminent In England. Tho Government Is beset with numerous difficult problems, not tho among which Is tho growing militancy of tho suffragettes, and tho anarchy in their ranks. Then there Is tho Homo Itulo problem and a number of industrial problems. Further, tho Government is lew Ctmtlmird on page five ; 'f J-f- I SlftS v$ nSA There must be tome teion for the univensl popularity of the 1 XX 0Kver Chilled plows Olivei'i Chill J Mf tl hat no equU (oi long weiring nd perfect scouring qualities, The Plows tie shaped along (he lines of leaU resistance ant) the hitch is nice! cen tered resulting in the Lightest Draft Plows Ever Mide Sues and styles in great variety and every kind oi woik is successfully handled, tly and are easily oU P11 n NEW FEATURE Wo shall begin next week a "Homo Agriculture" Scientific In Courso two- which will consist of twelve articles on practically every column subject of Interest lo tho farmer. They aro splendidly llluetrntcd and so attractively arranged that tho fnrnur at homo who aires cuu havo tho nd vautogca of tho agricultural college, Subscribers of Tho Citizen who do not read theso articles nnd who are engaged In fanning, will bo guilty of wilful neglect to their Interest. Intensive Funning. Poem 1 Didn't Think. thieo times faster than our population. That Is true In Kentucky everywhere. In Louisiana they nro Increasing flvo times faster than tho population. Now, You just Get One Crop of Health When you have silled ycur crop of health you uever get another one. Now, suppose you could never get another pair of shoes but tho ones you lwvo on, cculd not get another pair for nil tho money In tho world. You would bo pretty careful If you knew that tho only thing you could do would bo to get them patched up. MMMMMMMBMRBi H H II ' Kl Ml H II J EE iJ II H I H !! W f II 1! II 1 III II " If j " jj H " jjj jjj If U i RPf UB tft 4M k all 19. ( m4 Ui M tifUis yi jj jj ds Continued on rcgeTwro R.H.CHRISMAN, The Furniture Man k'WA -- Jett?'-." Page Two. THE CITIZEN mldsl'or In yoTlr Brief ' thai ilicre In good grieving. And Hint tliouith the Bight mny Iks lone nnd grlevom "Joy cometh In tho morning." March ao, 1913. The Citizen A Following Taft Pres. Tntt vetoed tho Sundry Civil lions In caso thoy vlotato tho Bhcr-Ill- ll on tho loot day of tho recent sen- -, mnn Anti-Truliw. Ho claims that alon of Congtvos on tho ground that It n law Is wrong It should bo amend-I- t carried rt provision which he term- - cd, but that It should bo enforced cd vicious clacR legislation. This pro without discrimination ns long as It vision was that farmers nnd labor Is on tho stntuto books. Heprescntntlvo Cantrlll of tho 7th unions working for tho nmlntnlnaneo of tho prices of their pmlucts, should District wns tho nuthor of this vl- uo exempt irum iniiiw:uiiuii njr vu tiuus cinuno which rcBinicii in i res. ...... I ..... i -" iijiwiw. iiu mv. M... - inns uiu. r, . "nK'""1"uiuirm was timrunK pop- to- son shows that ho Is In lino with Mr. ularlty with Centrnl Kentucky Tail's veto In notifying Democratic baceo growers. leaders that hols opposed to dlscrlm- Cantrlll Is tho roprosentntlvo of n limiting In favor of farmers orgtuilrn- - class not of tho people. st I I SUNDAY a mm SCHOOL. M canSrappS Wc linve our choice this week of a resurrection lemon from Mnrk xvt or the regular lesson, but ns wo saw The date fter your nme oieltel show to suctceuea. Isnnc risen from tho dead In our Inst what iliile )our Mibsoilplloii U pa M. If It Is not His . word Ii law to millions, lesson nnd this ono shows tlx u tiriila ,, , ,., ...vv. -chanreri within three week, after renewal for Isnnc nnd his mnrrlitgi. suggesting notllym. ny Uow did he achieve success? Mllnenumtxrwllltectallyiipnlie.ltf we the resurrection of the bride of Christ are noli&etl. self denial. And there Is no other way the church, nnd tho mnrrlngo of tho I.llieral term given to ny who plitaln new' , whlrh hnmnns xnrrenl When ha Lamb, we will tnke the regular lesson. subscription for in. Any one nemline u four yearly utwcriptlotican receive The Cltlien free said "If nny mini will be my disciple After the figurative denth nnd resurlet him take up tils crosj nnd follow tn rection of Isaac (quite n reality to both wo" he pointed the wny. Abraham and Isnnci Ahrabnui return-t" The way of the cross? to llet'rshetm nnd dwelt there. It ls hi'Mhei or Yes, or through (Scthsemnne. our privilege to dwell nlwnys by tho you seek, wheth It matters not what well of lllm Hint llveth nnd seeth us up If tin tltiniipliil utippv.u urwtnl atlr. nil by the well nf OihI'h faithfulness cess, fnmo or nny of the things' we tnd with Joy drnw water from the mnke standard, yon can only succeed wells of snlvntlon (Oeu. xvl. 13, H, by tho wny of self denial. margin; xxl. .11. mnrgln; Isn. ill. .11. There Is no short cut (Jen, x x lit tells of the denth nnd There Is ito royal road. burial or .Siirnh nt tho ngc of 127 years TRKS3 ASSOCIATION. KKNTL'CKY And men and women fall becnuso anu of the purchase of the enve of they will tiot pay this prlco. Tho Mnchpelah at Hebron an n bnrlal tport. world knows whttt It wants. plnee. (Sen. xxlv Is the record of It .has DEFENDS STATE UNIVERSITY no use for one who lives tbo self cenWe havo gone farther, and have servant obtnlnltig n wife for aKaBiiaalilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli I tered nnd solllsh life. It has use only said that open selling of poisonous Isnnc nnd Is wondrmisly sttggestlvo of Tho past year has been a really drugs shall be prohibited by law. Wu the present work of the Holy Spirit obfor tboe who render It service through trying ono for tho State University nt self denial. say that a citizen may not purchsio taining n bride for tbo crncMed and Lexington. In the first placo there Only he rules who serves. a bottle or carbolic acid and drink It; risen Chrlnt. We know from Kph. v. was tho trouble over athletics, tho Why? 81, 32. tbnt Ailnm and Kve nre typical wo deny him that privilege. He succeeds who denies himself. Unlvorelty team being debarred from If he Is bound to kill himself he might of Christ and the church, nnd there la Nor should It be fancied that the law as well do It In five minutes, with much to be lenrned from nit the brides tho Intcreolleclato Association, to bo of self denial Is "mere preacher's talk.' carbolic acid ns In flvo years with of Scripture, notably Itebeknh. Itnrhet, lator reinstated. Then thero was tho It Is the stern law of success, Inexorn- I whisky, In fact, I favor the carbolic Asennth nnd others. The Hrlde. tho or ono of tho ble ns the law of gravity or of crystal burning of tho cfflco Ijtmh'N wife. Is descrllied In Itcv. xxl. acid route. lzatlon. Professors, attributed to student sentiSays playUelnsco, We have laws that say that certain nnd In Jor. Ill, H. Jehovah my that ment resulting from the athletic situa- wright. David humbly millionaire "Most do I admit that klnfolk shall not marry. Think of In He Is mnrrlrd to Israel. tion. And finally, pretty general criti whntcver success In this world has We huvo neeu Abrnhnm promised a vading this prlvllego of tbe citizen! cism throughout tho state, which has come to me bus been tbo result of llv tbe the dust For the welfare of the public tho seed ns the sea of ngnln earth orstars ns the nnd boon voiced even In the Lexington lag up t0 tbu ru)t) of discipline and self law has gone farther. It has entered sand of the papers, of Uio .low moral tono in me denial." your home. It has taken the control of heaven, nnd we have aerti the two x III. Id; xv. ; nil. IT). I Discipline and self denial self denial student body. of the minor child away from Ita Co III Muni (Ceil, JAMES ABRAM GAMIElo see the stnr promise Lnter we Tho President of the Institution and discipline: father, and has said, "You mutt edu- given to shallnnd the dust promise to Iminc. ii compulsory open ' The Nararcno knew the way. It la replies to theso criticisms in an O, t cate him." It prescribes :ti tin The twentieth president of the 1'iiIIimI St.iie. Jncob (xxvl. 4; zxvlll. Hi. and some wm.ud ItiRlctad education of the children that belong day when we sec the elect church and lcttor In tho Lexington Herald and i the lonB nnd tiresome nnd upward road 1531 and died at Elberon, N. J.. Sept. lit. rrii i ' U ls tbe, t0 ?a,Tn? (inrrleld to the father, are under his roof for n mi lnl. iy an assassin named Charles J. (itilteau nt they ore exaggerated nnd t0 "J0,c,ndclaims that completely gnthered, you succeed succeed everlast m.ijnr u'liernl for hll support, and under his control In their the elect Israel erred ably In the civil war niul was prmnnii'l in in many Instances unfair, and that Ingly? The way Is open. It ls tho henvetily and the earthly awl of t the way services at Chlckamauga. He wm n proinliii'iif of oiiitfr.".- - for mnny Infancy. Abrnhnm, the stnrs nnd the sand, we thoro are many forces at work lookimiiitlM of the Master fe years and was elected to the Unltwl Slutct ii.it hll Iu nearly every stato In the United we did not see It ing to tho betterment of tho Institui In issit. "Lovo thyself last." Ilia netlve States tho law takes from the father may wonder that nomination for president nt the IlepulilliMii tion, and much of tho work effectcareer as president lastel but four mnnihs. and the mother tha right to control In our leon chapter we ec a ONLYIONE CROP OF HEALTH ive. He cays that 90 per cent of the the labor of children and provides a cannot movo outdcora, but you cnn. vould you boo my boy?" I said code of laws which shall regulate child wenlthy fnther nnd his only son, who Continued frra Flrt 1'aite Faculty are members of tho church. hml been given hack to him from tbe and there never was In tho history of , think from that basement or well.' move outdcora iudoors. If you can "Sure, bring him In." Ho was 1" or labor. dead In n figure nnd to whom be had Do you people who are In doubt aa given nil thnt h. hnd (vemes 33, 3d). tho University as fine discipline as The doctor was go angry that ho was not havo fresh air all day long do IS years old, a strong man held him thoro ls now. "I am prepared to say" colnc to nltch him out of the buggy. havo it at night!. With nil your gct- - by each arm. Ho was a raving manic to whether prohibition la an Interfer- We sec nlso u servant who hnd control smashing up my office. I looked In- ence with private rights realize bow of nil hi tnnster's goods going forth declares tho President, "that there 'Now young Pearsons saw tho caus?. ting, get fnsh air. Now. another thing. I noticed tho to his case, and said in an abrupt extensively you havo already Invaded to obtnln n wife for this son nnd carno better student body In any instl- - Wo know insanltv decs not mln down Is rights In the Interest of rying with hlin samples of bis muster's tution in this .country than are tho from heaven any more than typhoid way you camo In. Moat of you aro manner which I do not us nny more the privatewelfare? And yet, the While there la wenllh (terses lo. 22. Mi. The story "You might as well send him to boys and girls of State University. fever.i Wo. know there Is a cause f'.r strong young men and women, but ,one great evil the liquor traffic of the Kervmit's prnyer, his childlike No ono can show any outrage com- - It. And ycu young ptoplo are In train- - some or ou nv.giir. watk a mite o?i tho Insane asylum. Ho will never bo which remains. In localities It ii In the direi-- t nmiwer to his trtint In ter than you d'd. Now, you want to worm an. thing." Sho broko down subjection. mltted by them or that they have lne hero today Just as much to go Hut that Is not enouth; prnyer nnd till tvftisnl to ent till he si,0 had expected that ho It must be conquered. destroyed any property or that there cut and show humanity tho cause of think about putting your neck back antl hail told his frnind nre nil tnint fusel-tin- t I iik mid ItiMriirtive nnd n grand has been any hazing done since I dlseaso as to teach what six times six against your oMIar. If you wear on" would bo tho strength of lier old ago nd If 3'u don't, put your atck back larut Just at tho time when he should neglect havo been here." are. And Just as far as IN WHISKY cotiitneiit.'iry on the (ioldeii Text. MAMMOTH TRUST As we rend of the only son tti whom for jer ho began to bo a Tho Institution Is now having that you havo missed tho greater ' there anyway, it makes tho muzclrj llavo soua. wi.cn jou w.hk, urcauio. Dome trouble What had this boy been do Principle Upon Which Saloon la Dutlt the father trine nil thnt he bad wo cantrouble with tho city over saloons, 'half of your training. not but mull theiM words; "All things trying to enforce tho law against the Now. I want to give ycu Just n aro too lazy to breathe nnd do not get lng7 iIo bCgau to smoke cigarettes la to Secure New Recruit nre dellwred unto Me of My Fntlier." Levies Immente Toll. city government which provides that llttlo bit of a program. You mint the corners of their lungs vcntilnt- - Bmokcd fifty a day. Then 1 took up "The I'ttthiT lieth the S4111 nnd hnth l. J"st Hko some people who never tho ciBarerto question. Many are go- uo saloon shall bo licensed within watch tho causes. given nil things Into Ills tin ml" (Matt, Tho most dangerous principle upon four hundred feet of the University Whenever You Raise Potatoes You j sweep tho coracrs of tho room, j ng t0 havo this experience. It vm Then nt to the xl. 27: John III. .V.i j Hreatho deeply nnd walk erect, get campus certainly a very tnlld law. )ato t0 tnll: to thls Have to Pick Bugs '.Vhatso- - which the saloon Is built Is this. It Holy Spirit, wlmie work In ls not fashioned to supply the deFrom a distance It would seem that this ngc U In uhtaiii n tirlde fur Christ If you want potatoes you must pick iyur chest un aml walk JEt as lf iover a man soweth that shall he aUo mands of men whoso passion for nnd who Ii suggliil by Ahrnhnm'a God criticism on tho part of Lexington Is hues. You cannot exuect your nclgh- - 'ou owr.ed this wholo world. trouble (iod liquor has been developed, but. with it a raan ami hl coinniKslon. we rnnnot Tho onlooker from the out- - bors to como and nick tho bugs nnd llas Glvon you as much of It as you et8 nlm i,avo trouble. You go out to the cunning which only tho lust for sertntit niticvrnlng sido would no doubt bo compelled to you potatoes. If you want to lictl- - You w"1 "vo longer as you plant com, you do not expect to get money can Inspire, It Is fashioned to hut think of these word me." "He the lllm- "lie shall testily of his criticism upon the city ralso com; you havo to 'hoe weeds, breatho longer and get bettor blood, j watermelons. center teach a new generation to drink The Kbnll reoi' he of mine mid hIii.I1 shew Now Let Us Learn jfow somo cf you folks know how saloon system la the recruiting sta- It and tho city government rather than jfow, if you want to havo health you until jou" (John tv. Sil: xvl. I Ii. Tbe altogether upon the Institution. I asked in Kngiand how often tho to swim. Wo all ought to know how. tion of tho whisky trust and brewery must fight disease, tho causo of it, II.ilj Spirit telN In Ills wont of tbe Under the law of life, the wenllh mid the lovi of the Son of (Sod. you havo got to pick off tho things body changes. They said onco In seven That la a part of cur education that combine. Suppose you were men already enlisted In tho army of nml tin only question fur the sinner thai nttack your health. Now, you years. A Uo will go round tho world gets neglected. THE OTHER SIDE Of IT. -drink will be dead within the limit of arc all bright young people, and I whllo the truth ls putting on his trying to swim and had tl?d six twenty years. The slogan of the & Is, Wilt thou go with this man?" "Smile." ' (Vitm- .V. guess you can take It In prstty lively. boots. Everything changes except the bricks on a rop.j and hung them on loon Is, "New recrultB! "Do not wbrry." New re' When the reply Is. ns lli'bekiih'n wns, In these two slogan Is condensed I want you to master this thing. teeth and bones and sometimes tho your neck. That would be nn awful cruits'" As a hundred thousand men our remutter "I will go." the gist of much modern teaching. thing. Someone would say ''Why don't drop out of tho ranks, a hundred demption Is then the nnd w ofstart on helps ycu change your teeth dentist Here Is a Question of Air settled, I myAnd It Is wholesome doctrine. JIavo you ever discovered that if 'n two or t,iro months, and you aro you cut those bricks off your neck?" thousand new recruits nre made. our way to mst our Isaiu. having reself have preached It. In season and jyou sat In a stuffy room you could rebuilt three or fcur times every and you fchould say "Oh, they do not Never a maimed and bruised and dy- ceived from the Spirit eililoimn of His out. for years. hardly get your lessons, hut if yau year, iois or peopio minx nil mcru ntnuer mo. i ao not minx mey navo ing man falls out of the ranks, that hive nnd Ills rii hes of KDire, such na Thero Is no doubt It helps wonderstomach, anything to do witli It." Say, tho tho saloon Is not ready with a new nre net forth In Hph. I. 3. I), 7. J3. H; fully to sit up and look pleasant. It went out and ran around you could Is to eating ls to fill tho Horn III. 21; v. I: vlll. I: I J11I111 III. 1. Tho things you eat rebuild you. Hut boy who begins to smoke early or recruit, and from this vast lielns to think rliciTful tliniiplit.x nnd do so? You thoucht it was tho ex T- army, tho masters of tho 2. etc We tiilisl t.irl nt wiec. ns tho tceUl a' nut ,n your mou,h Bml use tobacco In any form Is in Just to refuse to worry, especially when 'else, but that was not all. You got liquor Interests years I thousand million aro yearly drawing a kervmit did ulth Itehekuh. und tint tarthere is uo good reason for doing oth- - ;Bomo fre3h air. Persons who el.wp "ol 1,1 Jour """"mm. mo nr--i iiuiig that shape. For twenty-flv- o dollars In toll. Hon ry In the old Hiirroiiiiillnus, fur we are la to chow. Chow for your lives! If havo beeu dealing with young ieoplo erwlse. with their windows open can got their j Seaborn Wright of Oeorgla. now Ills purchased proH'rty, und we Ilu- t"ro you will and I havo watched n few things, and lessons in ono hour loss than othcra. ''ou wl11 chew a are ti hone the Ihlni: anil true Tied Tbere's another eldc. Smile as much You aro ahead that much by breath- - !,1&t "a to cat so much. When jou I can Bay that tho boy who starts nnd to wnlt for Uis Son from heaven, Liquor Deteriorates. as you may try. ceaso to worry as "t n J buy your own food It out with tobacco Is In exactly that I have no sympathy with tho state- whom lie nilsisl from the dend. even Ing fresh air. Fresh air bums ul rub- - 8 much as you can, nevertheless griefs blsh In tho brain and you do not w111 bo a bK Item not lo eat so shape. Wo woro driving with Mr. ment, so often made, that the manu- Jesus, who delivered us from tbe will como Into every life. much. Penulmnn yc&tcrday. Ho hud a pair facture and sale of liquor has con- wrath to mine (I Thest. I. t. 10). need to sleep so lcng. For mind you Another thing. Do not fcrgct that or mules, nnd I learned moro about tributed to tho Industrial development There Is no riiurd of the Journey befiver t:i Unniln I'nrk In f'hlc-aAlthough you shut your eyes and yond the faet thnt Itebekiib und her bo-- I rienv them. th.To nrn kiipIi f Miners In nil tho monkoys died of consumption, 'l takes ten pounds or corn to make mules than ( had ever known boforv. 'of tho nation, On tho contrnry, I fol,,uw lmru i noticeu it no rorgot to taxo tno Hove that liquor haH contributed dnuiKols rode iihiii the oiltiels and HA1,m vl i'"'K' tho world ns pain and sorrow and .and they had to import fifty cy six- 'more to tho moral, Intellectual and lowed the mil ti iih he took them and ,n 0,10 I10"'"! ,s 110 moro f brako fill Going up hill tho muleu sickness and bereavement and sin. ty now monkeys every year to tako . deterioration of tho peopio went his wny. , matoMal Let's faco the fact. placo long Journey, It must have h,eeu th0 that died. t,orl than thero Is in one pound of cliowcd that thoy were not very and has brought moro misery to of thoso C&t beat ten times. Hut well plcasod. Suptio&o you saw a man Life has Its disappointments nnd ruey thought they could not llvo In cern 80 women and children than cniiitiioiipliifv mid weary, und they sighing and suffering mistakes nnd going up hill and ho had tho brakes has nny other agency lu that cheago cnmato. That wus not It. can yu not 850 uat you are the history knew not the way. but the mini knew yoBnwlf when you cat tho pork? on and was whipping his horses, you of mankind. John Mitchell. the way. mid they hml only to follow .0no 'lay "vo years ago they throw j'"B It Is stiro wo hint The only true life of the beout tnroo or rcur mopkeja that ru U a,n ko tho missionary. I am not would say "Why not tako tho brakes hould not so keenly enjoy our trlliever Is to yield to tlu Holy Spirit's off?" Now, tho ono who begins U UauK or snow. Thoy icet dead onto a Work of Alcohol. control 11111I guldntiee and let Hint have t."o 'SET unls" , did not want L, kill them. but I am afraid of tho disease ubo tobacco early lu llfo Is doing Juat Killing a Alcohol antagonizes every manifesHit own way with its In everything. wearer of tho clothes may that. His brain soon becomeb Just tation of life, stamps every Ihbuo with We former you know tho darkness. Half our Joys monkey is like killing a child. Somo cntiiiot but believe that the herv-lin- t Ilka a sieve. You say "Why, It is no tho seal of disease, depraves tho morboys camo along and fed tho monkeys havo had. Ho may havo had small-lowould have nimli to tell of Isnnc ire because of tho contrnst. You cat tho corn second hand worso for a boy to uso tobacco than als and destroys tho soul. Instead of und Ids wealth and that he had llttlo Wo grow tired even of plum pudsomo bauanaa you can trust a hoy I had rather cat It rlrat hand. It Is for a man. Uki "Elixir of Life," tho "Fountain of if might elxo to talk nbout. und we ding If served three times a day. Tho to feed a monkey bananas ami tho in pork. It is the same sciirrely think thnt kIio would best things hcromo monotonous. poison." Thero Is something nbout Immortal Youth," It Is tho essenco of monkeys got well, aro allvo today. That ls all I havo to say on that. grow weary of hearing about him to Down In the African Jungles there arc Why? Not becauso cf tho snow bank; Another Thing Is Slow Suicide that. I brought my text with mo depravity, tho grave of bono, tho of death. T. Alexander- - Mao whom she had already given herself sunshine and smiles and optimism and thoy Tho way pccplo work overtime und this morning. Now in youtii Is tho Nlcholl, M. D. had fresh air to breatho so thoy ind with whom she expected to neud Don't Worry clubs, but there is very I had a man ono tlmo to get tho right habit. You kill themselves. In the temperate zone got well. Thin tho her life as his wife, tbe sharer of hi llttlo doing you tan bend and model Maine In the Lead. oyn und sorrows men's toes are tingled by tho frosts up and took nctlco. So they ventilated tlmo, tho only tlmo It over happened, notlco that tho monkey houses nnd now all the who was discouraged and ho cut his this young branch but after you have What state has tho fewest crimiInto activity. Itebekah's entering herself its she met-hmonkoys die cf old ago. Havo. not throat. It was an awful thing. It bent and modeled It then you notlco nals? Malno. beloved makes its think of the Wo weary of etcrnnl sunshine. What stato has the longest school seraphim of kh vl. who In the presnearly gavo ma norvous prostration. it stays, and an old branch cannot bo Husseins got tlml of tho Happy Val- nuu a crvso or consumption since. ley and Tom Sawyer of bis cave. peopio doing that bent." Kow with a man 31) years of term and most high school graduates? ence of the glory cover themselves Up In Chicago wo aro expecting to And yet I am with their wings, und of I'niil. some of waxed fat nnd then made a do for our children In ten years what tiling all tho tlmo. When a man ngo tho habit la set, and, on the Maine. What stato has the fewest renters whose favorite words were. "Not I. but kick about bts prosperous proportions In flvo years thoy havo dono for hangs himself it is suicide. If be other hand, It U noxt to impossible and the most owners of their homes? Christ;" "Not I. but Hit grace or (Sod" Even optimism palls. monkeys. I am going to tako you to does It by eating tilings ho should jfor tho man to learn a now habit, Maine. (Otil. II, 21); I Or xv, IOi. In verse (17 Smile ir possible under all clrctim-itance- s Chicago tonight and show many things net cat and It takes flvo years, folks I havo bad strong men lu my office What stato has the most per caolta wo read thnt Ihiiiio was comforted, und and do not worry unless there to you. Thero oro any number of call it a dicponsatlon of Provldenco. say, "Doctor, I would give all I havo in savings bank? Maine. I Thess. Iv. tells us to comfort Is great necessity. houses where windows havo not been It ls death Just tho same, and takes lu this world If I had not begun to What state has the fewest women ono another, with the thought of meetBu- ting our lleloved In the air when lie uso tobacco. Why did not someone working for a living? Maine. If your grief Is too deep for smiling. oicned slnco they weru painted. I a coffin Just tho samo. What state has the fewest children hall welcome Ills bride. About 15 or 16 years ago an old tell mo?" If care and worry and sorrow get a told tho children to smash thoso winIn factory labor? Maine. Continued on i'gc Three dows and md tho bills to mo. You lady camo Into my office and said I real grip jyjnn ,ro'i.rcmpmlcrlnthe rmt-onir- e THE SUCCESS WAY ' Who of nil the men of tlio world has every T!iur1jr l Here, Kjr I'nti1lhnl leen most successful I And why? BEREA PUBLISHING CO. There was only one realty successful (tiirorpornlinl) He. tho mot Instlngly P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. ige In nil history, was born m -t I niinrl. rmiN Subscription Ratos in.rui.cil...l IUUI ...... o nitn Of nil who linve lived he nlonc (llled rA Aiu.it in AiAn.n Us destiny lie achieved the success One Y jf fulfillment Hit Month Deny that he wns divine If you will, 1. Three Month i.t yet remnlns Hint measured even by urn.t mnnrvtiv or Itxnres Money tho 'nnrfnrri nf nlir Utiles he sitreeed . hmm Ot.lcr. l)rft. RegWereil Utter, oronean.l two m.lnn n nn .. cent lUmpk I family newspaper for all that la right, true and Intaraitlnf. I (Conducted by the Nntlonnt Woman' Christian Temperance Union.) First Quarter, For icsson March 23, 1913. XII. "njllj LYT I QF PERSONAL LIBERTY ME INTERNATIONAL SERIES. Text of the Gen. xxlv, Golden Text, Prov. Ill, 6 Commentary Prepared by Rev, D. M. 8Uarnt. M-6- 1 Person la Free Moral Agent Where Exerelae of Privilege Doea Not Conflict With Laws. of Oklnliomn.) Mmory Vrs, Lon, M, 65 ' (ny C. N. ItARKKt.U Former flovernor ii.., nW ,, I 'A!if?.1.!-r.illS.l';.niii- I I I I ( Tho llqunrltcs, In pleading for right to carry on tho Uuuor business, ay that "tho person Is a free moral agent," and auch prlvllcgo Is guaranteed by tho constitution of our land. Yes, I grant It, when the exorcise of that privilege Is not lu conflict with tho public welfare. Two adult citizens possessed of money are not permitted to lako n deck of cards, engngo In a gambling gnmo with their own money, their own cards nnd their own time. Why? the law 1ms decreed that It Is destructlvo to tho moral tone of the community. Two young men engngo In n prize fight. It Is their own fists they are using; they are both of age, but tlif law has decided that tho wclfaro of tho community cries out ngalnat brutal d Ahrn-ham- 's liiliilHililiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHHkliiH I I I Imi-- i. uu-i'u- ! I !!. crd. . yu j ' I roa. - i j - cverln-creasln- g 'ur i 'k' yu 11 i w-- JR x. 1 11 11 o rnonkey-kccpTSt- ( slng , . Mirch 20, 19 13 THE CITIZEN. aro scnl Rf Oio garden to "Guild" a for tho expected rabbit, nnd early Kastcr morning they go with great expectations, nnd nro never disappointed, to get tho eggs which the rabbit has laid for them. Kven In Africa, among tho heathen tribes, worship of tho egg Is common. No attar Is complete without Its egg decoration, and most huts havo at least one sacred egg. On nil tho cggB devoted to thn rites of worship a verso from tho Koran Is written at each end, whllo tho sides aro ornamented by scenes from tho Nllo. A rare specimen of these crib Is to bo seen In thn Detroit Museum of Art. Tho etchings on tho shell follow closely the same general design as tho paintings of men nnd women that wtro recently found In Cairo. dreW Page Three. ne,t Talking Pictures an Mr. Edison's latest Invention, pictures , Improvement on moving which accompanies tho working of tlu Hps and every nctlon of tho picture by speech, has recently been placed mi inhibition In n. number of cltk'H. 111 1 IIU lliuvn klini. UAIIIUIIIUII wns given nt Keith's Thentro In Louie- I do not know whether there Is any. ' ono hero who hns hnd n limb taken cars run legs off. In Chicago tho street off all tho tlmo nnd thcro is nlwnys a boy going nround with a peg leg. n Wo nil feel very sorry for such boy. No ono thinks that boy Is a hero nnd yet ho might becomo president of tho United States. Hut no boy that uses tobacco can ever fill nny largo tiosltlon. Ho nover can do III Why? llecnuBO that kind of brnln can never do anything. vlllo last week. Tho pictures arc flashed on tho screen In the usunl manner nnd tho lihonogrnph attachment, In iicrfcct time, docri tho talking, tho nlngfng or tho crying no the plcturo demands. Simple moving pictures which thn nmllenco lino to Interpret ns best It enn, will noon be n tiling of the past. SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Berea's Vocational Schools money-earning Training that adds to your In myself a forest oneo cut down; IFKKL llko shoots aro stronger and livelier thnn ever. I am rising, know, toward tho sky. The Is on my head. Tho earth gives mo Its generous sap, but heaven lights mo with tho reflection of unknown worlds. You say tho soul Is nothing but the resultant of tho bodily powers. Why, then, Is my soul more luminous when my bodily powers begin to fall? Winter Is on my hend, but eternal spring Is In my heart. I breathe, at this hour thn frngranco of tho lilacs, tho violets and thn roses, ns at twenty years. Tho nearer I appronch the end tho plainer I henr around mo thn Immortal symphonies of tho worlds which Invito mo. It Is marvelous yet simple. It Is a fairy talc, nnd It Is hisI sun-shln- o tho future life. ONLY ONE CROP OF HEALTH Cnnlliiiifil (mm imgt two) tory. Tor half a century I have been writing my thoughts In proso and In verso; history, philosophy, drntna, tradition, satire, odo nnd feel gtjsong; I have tried nit. Hut I.,.- I n, ...I.I ...!(!. IUi b n ... IIU1I1 llt'b PUIU 41... tl...... llin llllMJDU.IIJI what Is In mo. When I go down to tho gravo I can say llkn many others, "I havo finished my day's work." Hut my I cannot say, "I have finished life." My day's work will begin again thn next morning, Tho tomb Is not a It blind alley; It Is thoroughfare. closes on thn twilight, It opens on tho - dawn. Victor Hugo. AT EASTER WHY THE RABBIT Pretty Legend of Olden Times Connects Dunny and the Eggs It la Supposed to Lay. Bo mnny have asked, "Why Is the rabbit so closely nsioclnted wlthEsst erf Knch year at this season tho cunning little bunny appears In thn shop windows beside gayly-colore- downy chicks, egjt.8. Tho legend of and tho Easier rabbit Is one of tho most ancient In mythological lore and Is closely related to tho folk tales of southern Germany, In the beginning of things, It seems, the rabbit was a bird. An a great tho goddess Oatarn, who was the patron of spring, gavo It four legs, for which the rabbit was deeply grateful, In remembrance of Its former life as a bird, when the spring or Easter season fa-f- Now, when 1 stand nnd look Into tho faces of tho young people li'ro wondering how you will loak j I am .ten years from now. You hnvo got.o j bo deciding whnt you aro going to be. SuppoHo you saw n man out hero on tho campus rubbing sand In hi eyes. You would nny "What nro oii doing that for!" And ho would reply "Oh, I am having a grcut time rubbing sand In my eyes!" I think you would rojwrt to I'res. Front that the man had gono crazy. What's tho between tubbing sand In your If eyes nnd poison ou tho brain. every tlmo a man smoked ho got n I wart on his nono ho would stop. The jtroublo Is" tho wart comes on tho brain I wan . whero It Is out of sight. When 'a student In tlw Uollevuo Hospital thcro was an old cat that persisted In having a concert. IIu sang In tin; (nlley when I wns trying to study, and when I thought bo might bo In bettor business. So I raugbt him one and sacrificed lilni to tho Inj day terest of sclcnco. I tied him onto tho table nnd soaked a clgnretto In wnter and then I Injected that Into the cat's skin. I watched the wonderful to tremperformance. Thu cnt ble, then Jork, then had convulsions, fand In Just twenty minutes by my watch It died. You can throw a rat down from a six story window and It will not die. They nro hard to kill. The amount of poison In enough tobacco to make a cigarette kllhil t that cat In twenty minutes. I hne seen boys not old enough to put on their own clothes sitting on the co The Secret of Quitting Now, bco here. Notlco whnt I am saying. I feel a good deal more sorry In tho depths of my henrt for the poor tobacco slave than for tho boy who has hnd his 'leg run off. Sec hero a minute. You nro thinking about tho fathers and uncles nnd othors who say It cannot ho done without killing them. I havo had mnny say 10 gavo It mo "It would kill tno It up." Now I havo a plan for taking away that overmastering appetite. Whnt Is It? Thnt Is a secret, but I I am going to glvo you the secret. am out of my territory and It ennnot hurt mo. I want you to havo that secret. Sco here. In tho first place YOU HAVE TO MAKE UI' YOUR MINI) THAT IT IS HAD. No ono Is going to glvo up n thing unlets ho thinks It In bad. Tho next thing is to go on. n fruit diet. Eat nothing but fruit, thrco or four times a day apples, peaches, pears, oranges, Just fill up on It, but do not cat anything else, and It will kill tho tobacco feeling. Generally tho first day Is all It tnkes. Sometimes It takes a second dny for It, and sometimes three days. Tho fact of tho caso is that five hours after n porson fills up on fruit ho does not want tobacco. Fill upon fruit and then tho tobacco will not havo room. That Is a secret, as I havo said, and I do not charge you n cent. That Is a simple rule. If you do not bellovo It, go homo nnd try It, that is If ycu ubo tobacco. Be, Fit to Laid 1 comes It lays eggs of gorgeous colors, and tho egg tins always been a symbol of tho resurrection, and therefore used at Easter time when we look for tho life everlasting and all things mado new. It h German custom for children to go to their godmothers at Easter for tho gift of colored eggs and a baked rjibblt. Jusl J)efojo .Easter-th- e .chll- - curbs In the city smoking cigarettes. Ycu ennnot go out nnd help such children If you nro a slave to tolnrc. grown up man that uses to, Any bacco bus no messago to tell about It. Now, for tho Bake of those boys you havo got to give It up, or you nro an mean as you run bo. There aro certainly not many tobacco users htre, because tho devil stamps his trude-- , mark on tho boy. I can tell n smoker ns far as I can rco him. 1 ran pick them out and I often say to n teacher "That boy over thcro Is smoking. You cannot tench him anything." Ono other thing and I am through. It Is un Important thing that you should bo a leada- - among your neighbors. You cannot bo a leader among men and bo a slave. Tho great men that havo been prophets, who had a primf tiiMRRHirn for hiinifinlt v. that au'nvful tutmnntfv Iml'n nlu'nva Itnon freo men. Paul stood with his chains clanking and as ho talked ho was the Poor freest man of nl! tho crowd. Nero was tho slave, Paul the free man. Tho man who uowb to his crea stallment plan. tor, ns I told you tho other night, need never bow to mnn. If you will bow and nsk God to set you frco from ovcry dofillng habit, that you may becomo clean men and women, you will never bo .1 slave. Our heads should always be above the fog. You will bo leaders among men' wher ever you go nnd a power n tho world. And the Expense Now, my friends, I trust that after theso things I have Knld thero Is not ono of you will. go out of this room, nnd bo a slave to nny mlser-abl- o wretched habit. Thcro la another Bldo to that wholo question. 1 havo hero a' $20 bill and It looks big to mo, nnd J does not look any smaller to y,ou. Suppose I took a match out of my pocket, set flro to It and burned It up. You would say "Dr. Paulson must bo well fixed. Ho has money to burn." Suppose you bhould spend It for tobacco, you would burn It too, but whllo you aro burning It, It Is burning you! It would not hurt my health any to Just have, tho amusement of burning tho $21 bill. But tho man who smokes it up Is a bigger fool than I If I burn It up for amusement. Just from thu financial standpoint think what It would do to help humanity. Every lenny that Is wasted for tobacco pulls you down In tho world.. I wnnt to tell you that when a fellow Is struggling up hill ho does not want to havo a load pulling down. Tho devil Is not dead. Ho Is constantly pulling us down. In Atlanta, Ga., I saw men walking in a chain gang. Gut those chains off and tho8o men will bo free. Hut you cannot cut tho chains off tho tobacco slave. I have thrown out these seeds and trust they will find good ground. Perhaps tho wholo country will bo a ltltlo better because you havo attended this great center of uplift. (In response to npplause Dr. Paul-Fo- n aroso again and added.) Did you over sco a cnt kill a mouse? You may learn important things from llttlo things. I have been observing that. There Is a great lesson In it. Tho cat will Jump on tho mouse and crush it a little, and then let it go. Then ho Jumps on It again nnd crushes It a llttlo nioro and lets It go to soo how It can travel after It has had I a rib or two crushed. Tho poor mouse wobbles along and then the cat Jumps on It and kills It kills It on tho installment plan. That Is exactly the way tobacco kills tho boy on tho in- power, combined with general education. FOH VOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry Printing, Commercial. FOR YOUNG- LADIES HomoScIcnce, Drosfcinaklng, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with somo vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others llko yourself and give chanco for most rapid progress. 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For thoM who are not expecting to teah and who are not going through College, but deslro moro general education. This Is Just tho thing for thoso pro paring for medical studies or other professions without a 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 the very best training for those who expect to teach. Courses aro so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right cn In their course of study. Head Dlnsmorc'a great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door This Is tho Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College and provides straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy Is now Berea's largest department standard 6th Door This Is tho crown of the wholo Institution, courses In all advanced subjects. Questions Answered BEREA, FIIIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College wltli .U affiliated schorls, Is not a money-makiInstitution. It requires certain foes, 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 as porslble for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the chara-.toand reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents In Borca live In College buildings, and many assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except In winter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of theirexpen-se$- . Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothlug. OUT climate Is the bost, but as students must attend clas ses regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoe are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost Tin Col lego asks no rent for tho fine buildings In which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For ruble board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week. In the fall, and $1.60 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL KEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and ! for return of returned when tho student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hosnltal, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students is $5.00 a term; in Academy and Normal $C.OO ana $7.00 in Collegiato courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments ure as follows; WINTER TERM . ng rm BICKNELL Sb HARRIS, Real Estate Agents BEREA, KENTUCKY A FEW OF THE BARGAINS WE ARE OFFERING Number 1. We have 5000 acres of coal anil timber land in Harlan Co., Ky., eijlit miles from Harlan Town, on Martins Fork of Cumberland River for sale. This coal land is the finest in the state nnd has us much as 30 feet of coal in the hills. Veins running in thickness from 3 to 11 feet. Geological reports show that it is fine coke quality. Hesides the con proposition there are many acres of finest white oak and all kinds of timber. We can sell fhis land from 80 acres to 5000 in one block. Titles are absolute. Write for further particulars. 1 rlmnt l( own U'lHlliiilcn aflrr Hi own flf worklnc A rlillj'i kins art upon alchln llpn lm!l mnkr tlico kIh.I, h poor mnn wrvMl tiy tin-,- , uliall main, thrp rich, lck nun irlx-- i liy Ihcc linll innkr tlirn Uriing, Thou ilinll I srrvrtl thynplf liy vry ! of t. which thou titin.II mi-or?- Ji IfT lovo The following business nnd property must he sold together with property described above. This is a business house, two story frame building, 25 x 60 on a lot 40 x 80 and is the only hardware store in town. This property is worth $900.00. 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 $1,400.00. 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, lierea, Ky., for sale on reasonable terms and prices. Number, 8. Hlue grass farm, in Clark Co., thirteen miles south of Lexington, containing 107 acres, well fenced, lays almost in a square, pike running thru faun. Residence and all necessary buildings in good repair, and ns good blue grass land ns there is in Clark Co. This farm can be had now for $100.00 per acre. This is n great bargain. Wtite to us at once. Number 9. We have some very fine boundaries of white oak, chestnut oak, poplar nnd other kinds of timber for sale. If interested write us. Number 10. The best farm anywhere near Derea. Just outside of corporation, containing 100 ncies, all newly fenced, and in four fields, water in each field. All kinds of fruit, best farm house in the countiy, good barn and out buildings. This faun can now be had (or $125.00 per acre. If you are in the market for anything in our line, write us what you want, and we will try to plensc you. 1 VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION KC1I0OLS Incidental Fee Room Board 6 weeks $ 6.00 6.00 9.00 1, 1913 ' ACADEMY AND NORMAL S 6.00 COLLEGE 7.20 8.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $ 7.00 7 .20 9.00 ,$23.20 9.00 $32.20 Amount due January .... 11 11, Drowning. Board for 6 weeks, due Feb. 12, $20.00 9.00 $29.00 tTAINTY DISHES. In Total for term If paid In advance... SPRING Incidental Fee Room Board When ono likes n change cheese tho following may serving bo one S28.50 TERM '$30.70 $ 6.00 6.00 6.75 17.75 6.75 24.60 $3I.70 $ 7.30 6.00 6.76 1S.75 6.75 25.50 ralad dressing preferred, Frozen Custard. A delicious frozen dish may bo prepared as follows: To a quart of milk add thrco well beaten rggs and a cup of sugar; cook until smooth, and freeze until llko mush, then add a fourth of n pound each of walnut meats and steamed nnd chopped figs. Finish freezing, and serve. Apple and Maple Sirup. Cut eight apples In quarters, after peeling them; put Into n saucepan with a cup of sirup, two tablcBpoonfuls of butter and one nnd u halt cups of water. Ilaku until tho sirup Is thick. Servo cold, with whipped cream. Orange Charlotte. Soften two and a hulf touspuonfuls of gelntinu in half a cup of cold water, add a half cup of boiling water, a cup of sugar, a cup of orangu Juice, thn rind of an orange grated, two tablespooufuls of lemon Julco and tho whip from thrco cups of cream. I.lno tho mold with sections of oraugo and chill. Servo with a thin custard, If desired. ma-pl- o which will bo pleasing. Mix cream cheese with n little cream, enough to make of the right courittency; season highly with salt and cayenne, onion Juice, snuco Worcestershire and minced parsley. Furm In a roll, lay on a paper dolly on n pretty plate with a small cheese knife, nnd pass, allowing each person to slice off as ho desires. This cheese may bo sliced for eandulch tilling. It may bo spread on wafers and served with lettuce salad, or may bu pervt d on lettuco us a tabid, with any Number 2. This property is a health resort and hotel in Russell Springs, Russell Co., Ky., and consists of ten and three quarter acics. Fronting 470 feet on Main Stroet, three acres in original forest, and lawn. In center of lawn a mineral spring of national reputation for its health-givin- g properties. Three acres in pasture, balance in woodland. Frame hotel, two stories, sixteen rooms, well arranged and lighted. Cottage of eight rooms, stock barn of ten stalls and all necessary out buildings. Iiicknell and Harris owns this property nnd it is now for sale or lease for the year ,1913. ' 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, 35 x 60 nil, well ni ranged nnd equipped with counters and shelves. Fiice $.,ooo. Present stock of general merchandise will invoice, say about $7,000. 00. ckan nnd dependable. . Can sell pres- ent stock now at ninety-fiv- e cents to the dollar, or will exchange this whole plant for a good blue grass farm near some good town and school. Volume of cash business done last year about $16,000. Number 4. This proposition is not so large ns 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 fiotn post office, Russell Springs, and is worth $1,500.00. , 5 weeks 26, 1913 $ 6.00 4.00 6.75 16.75 6.76 22.60 Amount duo March .. .. Board 5 woeks due Apr. 30, 1913 . Total for term If paid In advance $22.00 the dollar deposit nor $24.0O money $25.00 for books or Total $36.00 36.00 18.00 This laundry. does not Include Special Expenses Business. Wiuttr Full Stonography and Typewriting .. ..$14.00 $12.00 12.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .. .. 14.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 7.00 6.00 Business course, studies for students in other departments: 9.00 Stenography 10.50 , Typewriting, with one hour's use 6.00 7.00 of Instrument . String $10.00 10.00 5.00 7.60 5.00 27.00 18.00 Com. 6.1C 1.60 1.80 Arlth., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education at Any Borca It there Is tho will to do so. Com. Law, able-bodi- Com. Geog., It is a great advantage to contlnuo during wlntor and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people wasto time in the public schools going over and over the samo things, when they might be Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting in on new studies wit some of the best young men and women from other counties and state Applicants must bring; or send a testimonial showing; that they are above 16 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, Spring Term opens, Wednesday, March 26th. Get ready, For information or friendly advice write to tho. Secretory, D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Page Four. THE CITIZEN. March 20, 1913. gooaooooooooooftooaoooooooaoooao 2 NEWS LOCAL PAGE OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A Reorganizing The Senate Tho new Scnato like overy other department of tho government Is now Democratic, and tho process of reorganization Is rapidly advancing, most committee appointments having been made. A hard fight was mada for tho clmlrmanshli) of tlio nrmrniirln. Hon committee by Senator Tillman, was defeated by Senator Martin Virginia. This was a sovero blow to Tillman. Ills rejection Is said to bo duo to tho fact that his hoalth Is so very precarious as to Incapacitate htm for tho arduous duties of tho position. Of course, theso positions aro only tnntnilvn until fatal mnrarmln Hon, but most of them will undoubt-wh- o ledly stand as arranged by tho steer-o- f I . B BETTER DA r Sooooooooooaoo.ooooooooooooo8 Tlio ono cntertnlnmcnt that Heron pcoplo attend and enjoy more than any other HKHEA HANI) CONCERT Don't forget Tuesday, Mar. 25, 13. CITY 1MIONK I S3 Mr. John Oabbnrd has purchased Office over fierea Bank A Trust Co. tho property of Mr. C. C. Preston on Forest St., which was recently oc l cupied by Mr. Preston's mother, and BRKCK took possession cf It last week. DAN 0. II. Kclton, Jackson Street, can and" Live Stock Fire, Life, Acddnt, furnish a fow sittings of Crystal white I wonder 3 INSURANCE days Orpington eggs. Also a fine cock Will sign your bond. DR. BEST, DENTIST H. Ing committee. Around Kl. THat U Door to Better Baking :ISr-- : alien Mis in spotless whi'ta art) Eactrr 0Il;imrB thejr know it, those little ones whoa forget; may shll rtntmbtr, that do oh may ALADDIN FLOUR It Irs the door that letit.In certainly in baking results and le!a oat worry, disappointment, dark, nodAy loaves, etc. Good digestion aad with every loal of bread baked with brave words iKal Ma uttered w solemnly repeal, We learn again the lesion and deem tha learning Th sweet; Hit menage heard. Out are the stirred? to little tha children it rererentljr toilers by glad emotion Pbone 505 .lUchmorrd, Ky. for Bale. North Bound, Local 7:00 a. m. 10:65 p. m. Knoxvllle 1:62 a. m. 1:07 p. m BEREA 7:46 a.m. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound, Local 8:15 p. m. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. BEREA 7:00 p. m. 5:60 a. ra. Knoxvllle Express Train. No. 32 will stop at Berea to tako on passengers for Dayton, O., Richmond, Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Columbus, O., and points beyond. South Bound. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati 11:65 a. m. BEREA No. 33 will stop to take on passengers for Atlanta and points beyond. North Bound 4:45 p. n. BEREA S:J0 p. m. Cincinnati Miss Delia Baker and Mr. Hoscoe Hill wcro married in Richmond, Monday, March 10th. Mr. Hill is an of the Standard Wheel Co. Mr. j. L. Hill, a resident of Lexington, was In Berea, Thursday. Mr. Ora Adams left, Friday, for Illinois where ho expects to remain for some time. He Is engaged In rail- Mr. W. M. Han Is returned the latter part of last week from a business trip to Charleston, W. Va. LOST: Gold watch, open face, Sat urday afternoon, somewhere on Chestnut or Main St. Kinder pleaso return to Zeal Logan, or Citizen office. Miss Dlancho Stevens Visited h?r l.omefolks at Williamsburg from last . Saturday until Tuesday. Tho Messrs. Dr. IJest and Oscar Hays wcro In Richmond, Monday eve ning, seeing tho Shepherd of tho Hills. Mr. Robert Richardson made a busi ness trip to Cnmpbellsvllle, the first of tho week. Mr. J. O. Bowman who has been In the hospital with typhoid fever since Feb. 1st was able to bo brought home, Sunday. Mr. Dexter Todd, of the class of 'J2, returned from woodward. Okla.. to Berca last Friday. He will remain In Itcrca for somo months. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Breck motored over from Richmond, Thurtday. Mr. H. L. Chalker of Knoxvllle was In Berca, tho first of tho week. Mr. V. H. Pumphrey of Lancaster was a business visitor In Berea, Sat- (,. Are spent where sadness hovers and beauty never strays; Whose childhood ceased the moment that they had strength to beat The burdens which were waiting, whose little laces care Hat marred with cruel lingers, whose eyes hare lost their glow, Whose hopes have withered airly I woodet il they know? bells are ringing loudly, the splendid anthems rise. And hatred is forgotten and ruthless freaxy The dies; His promise is repealed where heads are gravely bowed. ""4 to covet, and wosaen, (ait ctM and proud. Kneel piously and humbly ad for His mercy pray, Iheu vanity orgotten, their envy Dul away We sing that he it risen, the lordly and the I 'n health p (to ALADDIN" FLOUR and it delicious, palatable flavor Is another consideration not to be Ignored, Order sack today II It does not please you belter than the floor you are now lining, purrharse price will be reloaded upon return of partially used package low, But, know) wan little toilers, I wonder il they story of His glorjr we gladly again, Aad for precious moment Lore cornea more to reign; But they whose cheeks ere pallid, poor heirs of woe. I wonder if Who sit in darkened hovels know) The hear oae Ring out. O chimes of Easter, thai all mankind may hear. That pride may be forgotten and lore may reappear. That they who proudly covet and they who foster greed tale they May hear the saving message and, hearing, pause to heed That they, poor little toilers, condemned to early woe. And cheated of their childhood, at last may gladly know I HOLLI DAY'S Tire best of everything good to eat is always found at HOLLI DAY'S Next door to Post Office, "on. ?2 t S.E.KISSH Your Patronage earnestly PLOWS VULCAN No. 12, Steel Beam $10.00 OLIVER No. 20, Steel Beam eoll.lte: !,. ' bo out again. urday. COLLEGE ITEMS 9.00 9.00 8.00 Pres. John C. Acheson of the Ken tucky Collego for Women, at Danville, Ky., and also president of tho Statu Board Y. M. C. A. gave a most in teresting and comprehensive lecture to the united chapel, Tuesday mornmond. ing, on tho subject of "Christian CitiTho Misses Grace Adams and Lucy zenship." His address was to the Ogg wore In Richmond, Saturday. point, and ho received the hearty apMiss Mary Harris visited Mr. and plause of the students. Mrs. W. B. Harris last week. Mrs. Marsh entertained Mrs. Hoag who at a reception, Monday evening. InMr. and Mrs. Oscar Gabbard havo been In Cleveland, O., for somo" viting many of her former Berca friends. Mrs. Hoag Is superintendent time, arrived home last week. of tho Sawyer Sanitarium at Marlon, plows, and wire fence Grass seeds, Ohio. ' (ad) at Welch's. Tho Collego girls' basket ball team Mrs. J. B. Richardson, who has was again victor In a gamo played, been sick for two weeks, is out again. Thursday afternoon, against tho VocaMrs. J. S. Ogg and daughter, Lucy, tional. The score was 17 to 3. BLUE LICK ITEMS spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Win. Miss Hosklns from tho Missionary Shockley. Training School of Nashville, Tcnn., J. M. Coylo Is fencing town lots on spent a few days last week among the Blue Lick, Mar. 17. Davo John son returned from Berry, Saturday. Prospect St. students. Sho spoke to the girls, Fri Mr. and Mrs. Richard HolUngsworth Mrs. Nell Shockley Hickman of day evening, and to the united chapel, are tho proud parents of a baby boy Richmond, Ind., Is In Berea for a Saturday morning. who arrived, Friday tho 14th. few days. Mrs. Cornelia R. Lindsay of Roches Mr. Arthur M. Klanery and wlfo Born to Rev. and Mrs. Haas, ter, N. Y., Is making a visit with her ' Wednesday morning, a boy. havo returned to their homo at daughter, Elizabeth, this week. Death camo to Mrs. Barrett, Satur Miss carrio Spansler. who graduates MM. O. day morning. She was 33 years old and !net venr. was rnllivi Inst wppk- - tn ' Picas KvanB Is In Breathitt County lived with her son, Jas. Barrett, on ner Home at t'acioius, Ky., on ac- buying cattlo. Bear Knob. Funeral and Interment count of Illness. John Ten-Iland wlfo of BraBBfleld took placo at Pilot Knob, Sunday. Tho very game of basA close wero visitors In this vicinity from services wero conducted by Rev. Hud- ketball was played, Monday afternoon, Friday till Tuesday. son. between the College and Academy Mrs. John HolUngsworth was called 1G per cent fertilizer Is known by girls. The latter were victorious by a to Versailles, Saturday, on account of everybody. Sold at Welch's, (ad) ucoro of 14 to 10. Both teams htna Mr. J. W. VanWInkle of Mt. Ver- dono creditable work, and much en her daughter being sick. Tho Misses Martha and Lily Kvaus non haa been spending several daya thusiasm has been manifested. This of Pebworth wero tho guests of Mrs. with, his children In Berea. game Is the last of tho series beJ. B. Terrlll, Saturday and Suqday. Miss Graco Engle's brother of tween tho two departments. Traveling salesman, John Johnson, visited her from Friday until Mr. Mack Morgan, a former student Is In Eastern Kentucky. Sunday. of Garrard County, Is spending a few Ben Bratcher who was Injured in Mis3 Fannie Moyers, who is a stu- days with friends at BOrea. tho wreck near Whites Station is imdent at Richmond State Normal, tpent Now that tho beautiful spring part of the week with Sir. weather is hero to stay, tho students proving. the latter and Mrs. John Dean. aro taking advantage of tho opporMiss Laura Spcnce of Richmond vis tunity to plan for walking parties. HICKORY PLAINS ITEMS ited in Berea from Sunday until MonThero were four or five excursions In- day. Hickory Plains, Mar. 12. Tho little to tho country, Monday nfternoon. Tho Misses Ethel Todd and Louise Mr. Dcwltt Weaver, from Bush, Ky., five months old son of Wallaco Frey were In Richmond ono day last Mr. Carter B. Iloblnson of tho ams of Wlldlo was burled In Jarnian week. Colloglato Department l&Bt Thursday. grave yard, Friday afternoon, Mar. UV Miss Daisy Spenco visited In Rich- Mr. Weaver will bo In school next Mr. Tom Powell and family havo mond, Monday. year. moved near Wallaccton. Miss Elizabeth Slagle left for her ' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. CornellBon wtnt homo at Chebanse, 111., last week. to Kingston, Wednesday, to soo Mr. Mr. Luther Brown left yesterday for James Hubbard who Is 111. McVeigh, Pike County, whero ho will Mr. Tom Poff and family of Knox 1m County havo moved Into this vicinity. engaged In Y. M. C. A. work. Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Achcscn of DanMiss Efflo BUknell has returned ville, Ky., were visiting tho College,' trom Michigan, whero sho has been Tuesday, of this week. They wero the past few months. tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. K. TayMiss Ella Nash of Berea has been lor at dinner and Dr. and Mrs. Hub- (pending a few days with tho Misses bard at supper. Mlsa Woods, Secretary Blcknell. to Dr. Acheson and Mlsa Virginia Miss Flora Clark of Irvlno visited rolls, teacher at Buckhorn accom- over Sunday with tho family of Mr. panied them. J. E. Corneltson. - road business there. Miss Hilda Welch who has been in Silver City, New Mexico, for several months arrived home, Tuesday. Tho Misses Ella Adams and Ada Estrldgo, and tho Messrs. Dunward and Strother Gott spent Sunday In Rich- VULCAN No. 1 1, Steel Beam OLIVER No. 19, Steel Beam VVse l ' Soventy-flv- o acres moro or less. About 70 acres near Maulden, Jackson County, Ky., Ono half tn tilgh" stato of cultivation. Balanoo In woods. Good timber, smooth. All under fence. 300 panels plank fenco. Balance rail fence. Good new flvo room cottage, mall barn, and storo house. Good WIIITK.1 STATION stand for general store. Good well at o Whites Station, Mar. 17. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Lucy Hitter vis- kitchen door. Handy to churches and school. On public road. Mall deliverited Mrs. I'atteo Fish, Saturday. por week. Good neighMrs. Jno. Parks Is BtlU on tho sick ed threo times borhood. A bargain at 1.000 If taken list. Frank lllttar sold his row the Mrs. W. M. Bush who fell last other day for sixty dollars. Iiurenc at once. Address, M. C, Lock Box2l, week and threw her arm out of plica Brown gnvo tho young folks (ad) a randy Iiwrenccburg, Ky. h Improving. pulling, Saturday night. Ttioso presFOR SALE Our Sunday school is increasing in ent wcro tho Misses Grace Fortune, attendance) slnco tho recovery of a Lucy Burton, Lola Whltlock, Blanche Ono tract of land, seven acres, on fow pupils who have had measles. Smith, Graco Parks, Iva Plgleton, cast sldo of railroad In Conway, Ky. Mrs. Paul Jonnson has been pick Nannlo Barclay,, Annio Cochrans and Ono good eight room dwelling built Ethel and Annlo Brown and the on modern stylo, known as tho Hart tho past week. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hlddcll visited Messrs. Hugh and John Parks, Barber property; finished In good stylo with Smith, Horace Burton, Hobt. Coch summer kitchen, good well, good barn, In Kingston this week. ran, Cecil Dunn, Chester Klklim. Co good garden, good store houw, Stxti'l Mr. Wiley Harris has been spend ing a fow laj-- at J. E, Cornellsou's. lonel Fortune, Bob llutrhlns and Ash-o- r feet, and other out buildings. ()n Floyd. All report a nUo tlnn good four room cottage as good j g Walter Mcl'horson who has bfen new, well finished, about fifteen young his aunt, Suslo Barclay, has re- fruit trees. I will sell for $3,250 on SILVER CREEK ITEMS turned to his work. U'la Whltlock easy tonus. For particulars call on from Paint Lick has lieen visiting the or address mo at Conway. Ky or V. Silver Creek, Mar. 17. Mr. Willie susses uurton, recently. Mrs. Jack S. Wyatt. Boroa, Ky. Kindred who has been sick lu ablo to ! Clarl visited her mother, Mrs, Tino (ad) W. M. HaycB. Bet-Mvis-Itln- Mr. and Mrs. John W. Johnson and children spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Salllo Johnson. Tlio Misses Mamlo mid Grace Johnson attended Mr. John Okk's funeral last Monday evening. Mrs. Jim Gabbard who has been tick Is somo bettot. I Mrs.'c. T. Todd spent Sunday with '.Mrs. Mary Kindred. Mr. No:l Mllcholl spent a few days last wook with his brother, May. Mr. Wm. Andctxon stient Saturday night with Mr. Sam Koblnnon. spent Sir. , and Mrs. Ben Davis Sunday evening with her mother. Mrs. Mary Klcdrcd. Mrs. Marino McQueen and children epent Saturday night with her brother-in-law, Mr. Jim McQueen. tho Mr. C. T. Tld Is Improving locks of hl.s placo by putting a wire fenco around his form. Mr. BUI Davis bought a homo recently. I I Hubert, Saturday. Miss Annlo Coch-ra- ti spent Saturday night with thee Misses Brown. Oscar Harrison spent Saturday night wlUi Pal Cornellson. Thero will bo an raster egg harvest at ten o'clock, at Silver Creek Chaiiol near Whites Station next Sunday, tho 23rd. Sunday School nt 2:30, and preaching at 3:30 and 7:30 p. m. by Hov. Brookshlre. Remember that when you are right you can afford to keep your temper,1 and when you nre wrong, you can't afford to loso IL j Self conquest Is the areatent of tlctorles. Plato. FARM FOR SALE Mc-K- eo Matchless Values WHEN YOU SEE AND EXAMINE OUR I NEW SPRING AND SUMMER FOOTWEAR FOR firlEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN You Will Find That They Are All Matchless Values 4 The Racket Store ninicniesi ns to atyle, and wear. Wc mean just what we'aay and are prepared to back It up with (he largeit and fineat atock of Spring Stylea shown in ' this town. Wo know poslthely that nowhere else will v0ii find such unusual values iu really dependable foot wear. Such Htyles and values are tin usual even with us. From the lowest grade up to the finest, you will find styles and qualities that will make your eyes open with wonderment. It Is impossible to fittingly describe the exception, al values to be found here this seavm. You must come in and look them over. It will pay you to get uciiuainicu witii us ana our methods. The Krlppendorf TELEPHONE NO. 40 CALLS W. O. MOORE, at the Nicely Stand For all kinds of FEED and BREAD STUFFS, Potta' Flour and Meal in any quantity, Corn, Oats, Hay, Straw, Ship Stuff and Chicken Feed. Wc are able to furnish feed in car load lots. HAYES & GOTT "The Qaulity BEREA, Store KENTUCKY ft1"1" ( March 20. iq 1 THli CITIZEN KtKJ 1'iva St5 ill DON'T CROAK! Let the frog do the croaking. Purify the system with any of the valuable recipes that we will put up for you on application, and drive out the germs of disease that are ready to prey on enfeebled bodies. Our preparations in this line have done wonders in restoring health and vitality. Now is the time to use them. Who is Governor? There nro two claimants to .the governorship In Arkansas, having established an offlco at tho capital, and making an effort to carry on tho business of tho stato. Tho trouble arises from the fact that U10 govornor lms resigned to accept tho United States ScnotorHhlp. Tho Arkansas law provides that In tho ovent of tho death or resignation MODEL COTTAGE TEST DINNER of tho governor, tho president of the Sonato shall succeed him. On tho day that tho governor resigned, his brother-in-law was president of the Senate, and ha took chargo of the offlco of tho govornor, and on Monday following tho legislature elected a new president of tho Scnato, who now claims that ho becomes governor. Tho courts will 1o called upon to I straighten out tho muddle. I WATCH ENGLE'S BIG SALE We are going to cost. sell out. 2000 pairs of shoes below 250 suits at one half price. Groceries at a bargain, in fact everything in stock. THE SALE IS NOW ON R.. J. and CHESTER. ENCLE Jki ff IKMitmastcrs may bo placed In the BEREA DRUG CO. The Rcxal Store. HOISON'S ADDRESS Tbo last number of tho Lyceum Courso was given, Saturday night, the lecture being given by Copt, llobson of Spanish American War fume, at present representative In Congress an- Jfcni Alabama.. Ills subject as PHWinced, was, "Amorlca's part In the , . .. .... ... . m1 " worms airuggio lor uiu 11 near-l- y Industrial liberty." Ho spoko for two hours to a good audience, uud for tho most part held their Inter1 Morrow, has been giving a scries of test breakfasts anil din ners at tho Model Cottage. On Friday evening, tho 14th, a party .of eight sat down to n delightful dinner which reflected great credit upon tho Domestic Sclenco department. Tho total cost for the eight persons Miss was 11.60. Tho girls preparing this dinner were tho Misses Ida Martin, Mary Clayton, Hcsslo Smith and Lillian Smith. UNITED STATES NEWS Continued from ge one tago near town. All agreed that ono was of tho most cnjoynblo Incidents tho wann supper prepared while thero.. Tho party consisted of tho Missis Frances Dowlcs, Alice Case, lljrtlo Robinson, Myrtlo Stnrns, KdlUi Harvey, Clara Robinson and Itnymond, and tho Messrs. Bradley Iloblnson, Arllo Chas. Hamilton, Hoy House, McUulrc, Made Morgan, John Asher and Oscar Iloblnson. tr on given for tho delay l that Important committees havo not had sufficient tlmo to perfect their (dans for legislation. NEW MEDICAL DISCOVERY est and attention. Quito a number had heard tho lecturer, when ho was hero two years ago, at which time ho tnado Boverat addrmses and frequent rupelions were noted, which lessened their interest In tho lecture. Of course, a, largo number of tboso present had never heard or seen Capt. Ilobson, nnd nil that bo said was new to them, and of creat Interest. It Is much to bo regretted that no deflnlto arrangement seemed tohae kjdewalks. licen mado for meeting tho lecturvr. A llttlo Incident last Friday, which Io was allowed to como up from the came, near being serious, may result s. station la tho hack olonc. and 'hero In future enforcement of these wasnoonoprrsaiitfor qulto awhlloto A number of children on their tako chargo of him before tho lecture, way to school were crossing Main St. and to Introduce him. Dr. Robert. at tho corner of Industrial Building, In tho absence of any ono appointed when they saw a motorcycle coming for tho purpoeo at too suggestion of up tho street from Science Hall. They, tho scampered away, leaving tho crossfriends-I- n the audience, camo-trescue and In a few words Introduc- ing, and made for tho sidewalk In ed tho speaker and relieved tho situafront of tho lierea Printing school, tion. but just, before getting to safety tbo It Impossible that any lack of In- cyclist turned on tho sidewalk leadterest manifested by ony ono In the ing by tho Printing School, Ho ran lecture may bo duo to tho contrast In In among the little girls, and struck his one, knocking her down, though not -1 .. nu-- - mlml with 111. trAKatn'u ( he Injuring her., owing to the receptiorVtwo years ago, when fact that was mt at tho station by companies ho was going very slowly. A number of students led by tho band, nnd of persons witnessed the Incident, tho present reception. Of course, this and expected to see ono or nioro of difference was not Intentional on any. tho children Beverly hurt. .. i . .. . .. body s part, nut was simpiy uuu m Tho matter was reported to failure or hitch In the program so far Judge, Holllday, and tho offender was uneiplalned. tried In tho Police Court, Monday morning. Tho Editor of tho Citizen REPRINTS THE CITIZEN was tho only witness called, and as Tho Cltlion the father of the child mado no comWlso subscribers of keep Scrap Hooks In which they paste plaint, a fine of f Ivu dollars and costs somo of tho valuable articles as they was entered for tho violation of an appear from week to. week. Very of- ordinance, prohibiting tho uso of the ten wo havo calls for back numbers sidewalks to cyclists. containing particular thlngB which are prlied and. valued. It Is our expecta- EASTER SUNDAY AT THE UNION tion that each nunlber will contain CHURCH at least ono nrtlclo which. Is worth Sunday next, Easter Services will tho prlco of a year's subscription. Tho following leaflets and DooKiets bo held at tho Union church. KasWr nro kept In stock nnd will bo mailed to fentures will mark both 'the sosclons nny address for tho following prtces of tho Sunday School and tho public ' services at 11 a. m. plus 1 cent Tlio Christian Kndeavor services lit G: 15 tax tho seating capacity of the Clark, 2 cents. ' by church to tho utmcst. All nro welOotVe Work In Rural Districts, ) come. Dr. Wilson, 2 cents. : lolltlcnl Ideals; by Geo. W. Cable, BEREA DEFEATS STATE j rents. Hints, by Dr: It. H. Cowley, JfoHea Tho Hcren Faculty has won tho i rent. Tho Measles, by Dr.. It. 11. Cowley. honor of rurnlshlug tho first team to defeat tho Kentucky Stato Univer1 cent. Discoveries In Kducatlon, by. Pres. sity In any form of athletics. On last Saturduy night tho team Frost, 2 cents. Tho Pearl of Great Prlco, by. Pres. from Hoiea won from Stato In a spirited gamo of basketball by n score of Frost, 2 cents. of Youth, by PrcB. Frost. If. to in. Treasures Tho largo crowd which wltness-2 cents. Nail and Hammer Sermon, No. 1, tho gamo was surprised that theso vendors of wisdom wero lltho and by Pres. Frost icont. Nail and Hammer Sormon, No. 2, active In body as well as brain. Tho gamo was very closo at all by Pres. Frost Scents.. 10 Nail and Hniumer Sermon, No. 3, times. Tlio flist hnlf ended 11 to In favor of Lexington nnd was won by Pres. Frost 2. cents. by a basket In thj lost Un seconds of play. f ordl-nnceo f- The discovery of tho germ which produces Infantile paralysis, a disease of tlio most baffling and fatal nature, PROTECTING THE PUBLIC was announced by Dr. Simon Flexner, a Hockefclleer Institute. Berea has a number of ordinance director of tho New York City, before an audience niotor-cyclcrestricting thoni-obicycles, Saturand automobiles, but hitherto of medical men nt Baltimore, day. havo not been any prosecutions there Tho organism Is said to bo ono of for their vlolatlop, although thero has Tho been a good deal of comment among tho smallest ever discovered. driving, and gorm can only Hvo In tho absence of iltlzens about reckless 1h found the failure on tho part of a number Oxygen nnd therefore cannot nny cavity containing of persons In tho observance, of the In tho blood or rules about crossings and the uso of Oxygen. An endoavor will bo mado at once to find a sorum for tho cure of the disease al thruout tho country last Friday night, assumed ryclonlc proportions NBAltLY A HUNDRED DEAD Tho storm, which was pretty gener- many ctatcs. Nearly a hundred deaths wero reported, the largest number being In Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi, whllo n number of lives were lost In Illinois and n fow In Kentucky. A number of tho deaths wore duo to lightning, tho electrical displays being more violent than ever known In CONGRESSMAN PUJO ... -- . Investigator of the alleged money trust. at this time of tho year In some places. Tho property damage runs up Into tho millions. TO THY NEW YORK Tho suffragettes wero shamefully treated In Washington owing to thn laxity of tho pollco regulations, nnd the country over has been aroused, and Incidentally much sentiment seems to havo been created for their cause, nnd a congressional investigation Is now on to fix tho blame. Tho Now York pollco will now be given a trial, and, whllo it Is known that they are guilty of almost every public as other crime and flceco-tli- o perhaps no other pollco forco In tlio world does, It Is thought that they can clear tho streets for tho parad-crs. d CHRISTIAN-ENdFaVOR-CONVEN- Tho Eighth District will hold Ha annual C. H. Convention In lleica Friday afternoon. March 2Sth, and continuing over Sunday. Sea. Hlons will bo held in different Among tho spenkcrcs from outsldo .nro tho following: Itov. 1J. H. Humes, of Richmond; W. I. Jones of Cumberland Clap; Itov. W. 0. Montgomery of Morcland; Itav. W. S. lrvlno of Nlcholasvlllo; C. F. Kvana of Uxliig-toC. B. Martin, of Nlcliolnavlllo; Mlsa Cojrgla Dunn of Hurgln; Pr:s. It. H. Crossfleld of Lexington. Tho public will bo welcome stall n; churches. tho Herca men played splendidly, Mr. D. O. Howman acquitting himself qulto remarkably. Wo are proud of our representatives nnd look rcrwnrd with Intenso Interest to tho coming of tho K. S. U. team on next Saturday nlelit. Tho lino ups wore as follows: and Herea Profs. Cromer (Capt.) Howman, forwards; Hunt, center; Im-rlClark ("id Morton, guards. Stato Profs. Weaver nnd Spnhr, forwards; Hryant, center; Kenny aud Bchnalltor, guards. Itcforoo King. Al o, TAFT criticism was made of President Taft for his orders In placing certain fourth class postmasters In tho classified list, but Postmaster Gcnerol Burleson announced last week that ho plans to place all fourth class postmasterc on a civil scrvlco basis, and that all second and third class postmasters and possibly first class JUSTIFYING Consldo.-abl- o again tho whlto man must tako an SUFFRAGE AMENDMENT Interest In his colored neighbor, it Tho Senato Women's Suffrage com- not for tho benefit and Interest of mittee, which has ncvor been very his neighbor, to protect tho morals active, Is to havo Its membership In- of his own family and tho whlto comcreased fiom flvo to nine, with tlio munity. majority In favor of tho electorate for Fourth, The Southern whlto man women. Its chairman, Senator Thomap cannot afford to bo ignorant of con comes from a women's suffrago state, ditions at his door. The negro Is In Colorado. Tho committee expects be tho South to stay, and Is an Imfore tho end of tho year, to havo a portant factor In the South, and tbo constitutional amendment, giving wo- Southern whlto man only makes himmen tlio privilege of voting In presi- self a laughing stock, when he speaks dential elections, on Its way to adop- dogmatically about conditions among tion. tho colored people, If he has never WOMEN POLICEMEN been In a cultivated colored home, Mrs. Belmont, of New York, a prom- has never addressed a school of colinent society woman, has announced ored children, has never attended that she will soon Inaugurate a religious services among tho colored natlon-wld- o campaign, whoso alin is peoplo, oxcopt as a matter of enterto placo women on tho pollco forco tainment, and In fact, is not ablo to of nil cities and town's. She Is a sufspeak from experience as to tho profragist, and begins this movement, gress that is taking place among colowing to recent vice Investigations, ored peoplo. claiming that the chief crimes are Fifth, Tho Intelligent Southern man against women and girls, and that must study the problem, because the women are needed to correct thorn. negro Is making progress progress In FRIEDMAN'S CURB many Instances as marked as the Dr. Friedman Is now In Canada, and Southern whlto man. Sixth, Tho chief argument for the t meeting with a better reception than In tho United States, making study and tho understanding of the rattier free uso of his serum for tho negro problem by whlto Southerners, euro of consumption. It Is too early as given by Dr. Weatherford, Is tho yet to seo any great results from the mutual kinship of the colored man Injections mndo In New York, but and tho whlto man to God. In other somo claims are set up In favor of words God has mado of onq blood tho treatment. Tho best testimonial all tho nations of tho world, and so far, however, Is from Dr. Carl every race and Individual Is in a Sluts of upper Sandusky, O., who went sense responsible,-for- , and under oblito Berlin early In January for treat- gations to every other race and Inment. He Is now back at home, and dividual. ; tells his friends that ho Is absolutely "It is not tho negro that is on cured, and that Frledmann has a trial" said the speaker, "but the sure euro for the dreadful malady. white man." At tho conclusion of the address an DR, WEATHERFORD'S VISIT organization among the student's Christian societies was effected for tho study of tho problem. Dr. Weather, Outline of Sunday Night Address ford's book will be the text book, The Collego and Bcrea wero great- and It is proposed to give an hour on ly favored this, week by a visit from four- successive Sunday nights to Its Dr. Weatherford, Field Secretary of study. tho Y. M. C. A. for tho South. IN OUR OWN STATE Dr. Weatherford oddrsseed the convocation, Sunday afternoon, and gavo Contioittd from Pint Page an address before tho united chapel, McCreary. Sunday night. His address In the Stanley and possibly Gov. President Wilson is reported to have afternoon was on tho subject of perpost of Minissonal Christian work, or how to in- offered Mr. Mayo tho was very ter to Argentina but it Is thought troduce peoplo to Christ. It ho will decline. favorbaly received by tho Convocation. The address .at night was on THE WEBB LAW IN OPERATION The first trial of the Webb Law the ono subject that the Doctor is most competent to treat tho negro In Kentucky, which became effective on being passed over President Taft's problem. Tho sieaker Is a Southern man, veto at tho closo of tho recent session. mauy of whose peoplo fought In tho was In the holding up of a shipment of liquors from Indiana to Madlson-vlllConfederate armies, nnd he Is a brilKy., last week. A largo shipliant examplo from tho South of the men who aro nblo to throw asldo ment of whiskey came in on one train prejudice, and Btudy a subject upon but was promptly sent back to IndIts merits. In a particular sense, he iana on tho next, whilo the agent of the Express Company was arrested is a John tho Baptist, who Is preaching a now gospel, and showing in a and placed in Jail. convincing way the South's obligaFOX'S NEW BOOK tion to her former slaves and to an John Fox, Jr., author of Kentucky Increasing proportion of her popula- ,Mountlan stories, chief among which are "Tho Llttlo Shepherd of Kingtion. Dr. Weatlierford's argument Is a dom Come" and 'T'ho Trial of tho striking and convincing one under j Lonesomo Pino," has recently added I six heads, tho first flvo of which he anothor to tho list, "The Heart of tho frankly classifies as an appeal to our Hills." says of it, "It celfish Instincts, but In the sixth ' Tho Courlor-Journhe reaches what he calls higher Is a llttlo more than tho story of a fow young lovers who give the narraground, and makes up for any In the appeal of tho other tion Its romantic interest. Though named "Tho Hoart of the Hills," five. In the first place, ho clatms that It is more than a mountain chronicle. the negro problem demands tho at- A spacious Kentucky fills tho autention of white southerners, owing thor's canvass." to tho economic development of tho CALLAHAN CONSPIRATORS TO BE nogroos themselves, stating that ono TRIED hundred million acres of tho South's Judge J. M. Benton has set the l tnttn nt thn flnrlr Cmintv territory Is under cultivation by the negro race, and citing ono Instance in j Court, beginning Mar. 31st, as the which a colored man formerly raised ' Hnm fnf thn tHnl nf Denton and twenty bushels of corn on five acres, others charged with a conspiracy to bushels to assassinate, former sheriff Ed Callabut now raises fifty-eigtho acre. han of Breathitt County. In tho second placo tho negro probFAMILY WIPED OUT lem compels tho attention of SouthBy tho explosion of ten kegs of ern whites owing' to health conditions powder In a room Joining a miner's among tho colored population. The cabin at Grayson, Ky., tho wife and whlto man, simply from motives of' two children of A. J. Alexauder wore must bo his broth- killed. A llttlo soven year old son is er's keeper, for consumption' and typhoid fever the scourges of tho to havo gono into tho room negro race aro not respecters of per- and taken a handful of tho powder and mado a trail to tho flro placo sons. Tho third argument was .that of In tho adjoining room. Tho mother moral Influence "Character Is caught, hoard tho hiss of tho burning powder not taught" quoted tho speaker, aud but too lato to prevent tho explosion. Sho lived just long enough to tell tho Btory. ! e, I al iw-lnht list before ha gets through. I. A CAN OF OUR COFFICE will furnish you a delicious morning cup for many a morning. A grocery store is often judged by the quality of its coffees and teas. Try ours and we know you'll like them so well, you will never again be satis- ! fied with any other not as good. Palace Meat Market and Grocery U. B. ROBERTS, Proprietor. Coyle BoiMkis, Main St. Phone 57 FOR SALE Eggs from Puro Blood Barred Plymouth Rocks. Nicely barred and profitable layers. Prices reasonable. Mrs. G. A. Ballard, Paint Lick, Ky., IU F. D. No. 1. FARM (ad) FOR SALE 80 acres of land on Richmond and Kingston pike, 2 miles from Berea, for sale. 8 room dwelling, good well, orchard and all necessary out houses. Write, Ellhu Blcknell. Berea, Ky., It. F. D. No. 1. WOOD WANTED The Treasurer of the College Is now contracting for noxt year's wood supply. Persons having wood to sell will do .well to call at the office at-a- n early date and arrange for a contract. Is Tho price for good hardwood $2.00 per cord, (ad) Thos. J. Osborne. WORLD NEWS Continued from Plrtl Face tho growing military spirit among tlio French, which has taken tho form of an enormous lncreaso In tho French army as suggested by the new President. England has hitherto congratulated herself on her alllanco with France and Russia, but sho is beginning to feel now that they aro getting tho most profit out of tho bargain. Ing with alarm, now, ROYAL RECONCILIATION Emperor William of Germany is reported to havo lifted tho ban of punishment of his eldest eon and heir, who hoa been practically in ox-i- lo slnco 1911, being sent to Dantzlg for too epenly displaying his political' opinions. REAR ADMIRAL BUCKNAM" BBk4eBBBBBBi Bv''iia'"'sBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa BTieBBBBBBBBBBs Maxims of Novelist. meetings. PLEASANT OUTING A uumber of students speut day uftornoon ut tho Uurdctto Mon- "Relations always want to know where you are going and what you or doing there's nothing so curious as relations." "One gets to know people better In one's thoughts sometimes than when one Is with them." "Sir Objection," by see CLARKSTON LOR Plows, Disc Harrows and Farming Implements NAM 3TMET. near Beak George's cot- - Clifford. Mrs. W. K. railroad tracks. A duck before.two ducks, a duck behind two ducks, and a duck between two ducks; how many ducks were there In all? Three. Why is It Important for a physician to keep his temper! Because it he did not he would lose his patients. What goes all the way from Boston R. D. Bucknam, formerly an Amerto Milwaukee without moving. The ican naval otHcor, has been appointed rear admiral In the Turkish nary, and whatever success the Turks hare had on sea during tbo Balkan war Is said to havo been due to him. Page Six. THE CITIZEN. seTves Tn March 20, 1913. tlUcomfort.- man laughed In "Did you ever see anything His Rise to Power BY HENRY RUSSELL MILLER upcr Jrnno and (ho strike the water llrst." "Why not call It quits?" laughed tho man. "I truly think they are a very close mntch, and now I don't believe they 'will ever scrap qgaln won't you call honors even?" Marty's master had such a boyish, unaffected way with him that Jeane smiled In spite of herself. "I think It will have to rest there, as neither of us can prove this case," she admitted. "Don't call mo 'an entire Btranger' Kugeiile Kldrldge surely you remember (Irace t'raddock and her brother, John? I am John." For n moment Jeauc stared at him , In amazement-then she began to find man a In this tall, tine looking boy resemblance to the whom she had not met for ten years. "Why It can't be possible hut I can seo that It Is," was her confused reply. "Where Is Grace, and why have you come back, to l.anevllle?" "Oraco Is married and has a very happy home of her own, and I camo back because wanted to see you." This plain statement caused Jeane to observe hastily: "I am glad that (race Is happy; and now I must take ' Jupiter home Mother will think we are lost" She evidently would not pursue the second subject, but John. Craddock Intended to bo heard, "When you 'were twelve year old fifteen-year-ol1 I unison. more ridiculous?" she, asked. The dogs sneaked toward their respective owners without even exchanging a glnnco. "Well, llarty was on top when they went over," said the mnn teanlngly "80 I nm sure, he would hare proved victor." Jcnne luddenly stiffened and remarked frigidly: "I heg your pardon for nddrcsslug an entire stranger, hut Jupiter was plainly getting the bent of It and I distinctly raw your dog M EASTKIl IV) MABGAPET EvfANGifTEfl AikI IVr ""J J J I hi- - Read of This Stirring Battle Against Civic Evils That Are, and For the Honor and Justice That Should Everywhere Prevail This Great Novel by the Author of 'The Man Higher Up" Jupiter, wo must hurry." Then politely to Impatient John Craddock: "We shall be pleased to have such an old friend come to seo us. (iood day." John found himself alone with llarty on tho lake shore. "Wouldn't that Jar you!" he said. "You had better believe I will call and In short order." That same evening he knockej at tho Kldrldge door with Harty at heel, and Jeane herself admitted them with Jupiter In close attendance. The two bull dogs met like long lost friends. John met Jeane's look with a smile. "Don't you think It's a good omen? Jupiter Is giving llarty such a friendly welcome that surely you cannot refuse to open your heart to his master." "I think you have the most self assurance of any erson I ever met." Hut tho omen was Jeane's reply. proved auspicious, for Jupiter and Harty now dNfell In unity under ono roof tree. (Copyrlitht, 1511. fifteen you know I told you. I meant to murry you when I grew up and could support n wife. Now that time has come say that you haven't forgotten the old schools days and that you will marry me." Jeano took refuge In flight. "Come and I Jeane, that day comes to us clothed with glory. Of nil days year, It Is the most Father Tabb In nn exquisite little poem said that tho bud that first unfolded at Christmas reached Its splendid bloom xt 1.ritn flit-laniim tn tinnier the weeks aro processional. After the holidays social gayely Is In full swing until arrested by the thoughtful nnd In the meditative nspect of Kent, shadowy gloom of (lood Friday I.eut reaches Its culmination, anil after that pause, when even the stir of business censes nnd the world looks back to Its Hedeomer. wo teach tho summit nnd crown of Christendom on Faster Sunday. Fitly. Faster comes In the spring. Nature, too, has been proces-- ) sloual. During the frost and Ice utnl snow, tho wild gales nnd low hanging clouds, nature, seeming to be asleep. was In reality very busy. Tho buro trees were getting ready to burst Into leaf, the brown grasses were to put on vivid green, nnd everywhere tho and tho blossoms, the bees I flowers and the birds were coming, coming day by day, to keep high festival once more. The pretty girl who likes on Easter Sunday to dress herself In spring ap- parol from the hat on her head to . the shoes on her feet, nnd the dainty gloves on her hands, Is In sympathet- Ic accord with nature. Faster Is a movable feast, and when the calendar , brings It to us on a day of sleet and nlto-- I I mow, we find It hard to believe gether In the fitness of things. To be at Its royal best. Easter (should bo an April day. Tho bright f ' I ! we feel that our weakness U pltle.l nn high. toll at our tasks In Of llfr'H passionate neon, they Mtr nre, fnMid In It ! well. e lejolcr that thrlr heaven In lirat tiurilrti utnl And 1 Meil, iln- - for Ua all the hitter will . - . . . ..(.I, on Faster afternoon. Tho quiet sleepers In (Sod's Acre nrtt not forgotten, they have never quite left us. Only tho mortal part lies beneath tho turf The soul of ethereal essence cannot It comforts perish with the body our hearts to carry our gifts of (lowers and leave them on the mounds under which our dead repose. A friend tells a touching story of a visit she paid to tho gruvu of a departed friend last Faster Sunday She had with her a superb hunch of roses, a tribute to the memory of the dead On the car was a plain tiny In tiorer lie nlso carried flowers. He had a large tin pnll overflowing with beautiful lilies, Touching his hat, he addressed the lady "I think we are bound for the same place," he said, "anil wo have a similar errand, Illch people like you inuy rarry such roses as yours to ndorn the graves of their dead. A friend In the far south sent me these lilies, and I am taking them to the grave of my wife. I am very lonely without her. hut It Is a com-'nr- t to me to give her these lilies. She loved them so dearly" Tho two mourners In j I J tiy the McClure Hyndlcate.) Newe-pap- er Begins in This Paper Next Week JEANE'S BULL DOG His Fight With Another Canine chance "has anything agarrisThuh wlien he drops from the air?" "You say that because your dog was getting the worst of It." flared Jeane. "If he had been smart enough to think up such a way of fighting you would think It something wonderful didn't he have just as much chance to Jump on Jupiter as Jupiter did on him?" After which thrust she turned and made for the village, Jupiter meekly trailing behind her at the end of the leash, I Proved a Most Auspicious Peace Omen. BY M. DIBBELL. Jeane felt decidedly out of sorts. "The Idea of his taunting me with Jupiter's not minding." For two weeks Jupiter was forced to take his exercise within the narrow limits of the back yard. Hut finally Mrs. Rldridge's despairing complaint at the havoc he was making In her border, digging after Imaginary rabbits, forced Jeane to risk taking him ' One early spring morning Jeane and her big bull dog, Jupiter, started out for their usual country walk. Until outside the village limits Jupiter had to submit to the leash, as his fondness for fighting with other dogs made this precaution necessary; and when at last he was given freedom be raced about In high delight. They seldom met a dog In the sparsely settled outskirts of Lane-vllland It gavo Jeane an unpleasant apsurprise when there suddenly peared at the mouth of a lane ahead, a bull dog who might almost have been Jupiter's twin. Her stern call was utterly disregarded. Jupiter rushed straight at tho foe. The strange dog was quite ready for a row and flew to meet him, growling savagely, but he received a surprise when Jupiter started the battlo In bis own original manner by leaping high to the air and alighting on top of his adversary. Though taken nt a disadvan-tago- , tho under dog had plenty of pluck and mado a brave effort to throw Jupiter off and get at him. He failed, however, and could do little but get In a stray blto at bis opponent's lugs. ' For a few seconds pandemonium reigned; then a man dashed out of the lane reaching the combatants nt the tame Instant as did Jeane. That young woman grabbed Jupiter by tho collar and began to haul with all her strength whllo tho man Belied his own canine by the hind legs and pulled vigorously. . Jeano snapped tho leash of Jupiter's collar and gave htm a sound box on the ear. "You wicked dog," she cried, "I am ashamed of you how dare you disobey me when I call you!" The man spoke wrathfully. "Your dog has a mean .way of lighting what Afty this encounter Jeane and Jupiter took their dally outings In an opposite direction, and a week passed peacefully. One glorious morning when they had wandered unusually far afield, great was Jeane's dismay to see trotting toward them tho bull dog twin. Fortunately Jupiter was within reach and she snapped on the leash before ho could escape. It was well that the dog's master was close behind him, for past experience had not In the least lessened his desire for battle, and he was disgusted when tho voice ho never disobeyed called him to a halt. Jeano cast an unfriendly glance at tho man as she said, "Come, Jupiter, It seems there Is no place left for us to walk we will go home and stay there," Hut Jupiter did not seo It In that light; .ho wanted to finish tho task of licking the other dog and to turn bis back on the foo did not appeal to him, Ho tugged savagely at tho strap and Jeane could not budgo hltn, Tho man regarded her with an aggravating smile. "Why not let them have It out?" ho Inquired. "I think llarty has caught on to the sky scraper act by this tlmo I have done my best to teach hltn. When they have found which Is boss they will be friends for life." "I do not bcllove In fighting dogs Just for amusement men are worse than tho brutes for suggesting such things, in my opinion." Tho man flushed uugrlly. "All right, have It your own way If you can't make your dog mind, at least mine will do as he is told. Cotno llarty." This tlmo It was tho man who wulked haughtily away, llarty following without, o backward glance. abroad. They walked due south toward the big lake, and arrived on Its shore In safety. Jeane was congratulating herself on the peaceful calm and Jupiter was digging away In the soft earth in frantic enjoyment, when an angry growl sounded behind them and llarty camo dashing down, There was no chance to Interfere; Jupiter stopped digging Instantly, gavo one short bark of Joy and tho two Bwooped at each other. As they camo together both dogs sprang high In air, the result being that they banged Into each other and fell to earth with a crash. Tho man's boast that ho hnd taught his dog Jupiter's way of fighting was no Idle one, Somehow It did not work well when both dogs attempted It, and after repeating tho rise and fall of their first rush with no result, as If by mutual consent tho third tlmo they met equnrely on tho solid earth. Jeane mado no effort to part them. Instead, when sho master rushing to the rescue, she called: "Let them alono we can't move Into another county Just to escapo your bloodthirsty dog. I know Jupiter can whip hltn." "All right," was tho instant response "Let's seo hltn do It then, but I bet on Harty.1' Tho battlo was short and sharp and was ended In a most unexpected man. tier. Tho dogs In their twisting had worked themselves to' tho very edg of tho lake, the bank of which roso sharply several feet above the water, and suddenly In a last wild grapple they dropped with a sounding eplasli Into tho water below, Hoth dogs hated water and nothing could have quenched their fury aa did that tumbles Into this despised element All lust , for battlo left them and they scram-- I bled ashore to stand j)haklu.K them- I Garden Suburb of Holy City. The Jewish population of Jerusalem has Increased from about 10.000 to not less than f.0,000 out of a total Including people of other races. Ilellglous organizations have built linn mansions, but nobody has done much for the Improvement of housing or laying out suburbs, tho result being rows of wretcheil slums between tho great stone churches and other costly buildings. . Now, however, a practical scheme for extending the philanthropy of Sir Mounteflore, .Moses toward which somo $50,000 w as collected In Kngland as a memorial, has been collected, This has been expended In tho erection of suitable buildings for tho poor, live suburban colonies having been established with from CO to TO houses each, the newest costing not less than M.O00 each. A new project has been started In Kngland of forming a new garden suburb outsldo Jerusalem In which tho houses can be let to the better dans artisans who can afford a rent of M0 or J 50 n jear. Tho half aero of ground and the house thereon are estimated to cost not over $1,000 In all. The garden can bo planted with figs, olives and garden produce from tho sale of which the occupant can make a little Income, 90,-00- Pagan and Christian, under every sun. In every period. In every clime. girlhood In Its flower Is tho sweetest thing beneath the sky. I nm always sorry when the time comes for girl to lay aside their soft j furs, heightening as they do the bloom of tho faco and giving an air to the toilet more enchanting than that conferred by tho most delicate lace. When an Faster costumo can com, moods of April symbollie the eternal youth of the world. Faster Sunday In thla year of grace will wear the samo joyous look that It has wont ever since tho resurrection. So tho maidens who go forth from home In raiment befitting thu spring will wear the same attractive charm that has been girlhood's own In every century. chnngeful sunbeams, dashing showers and A Cinch. "Do you think criminal tendencies can be overcome by a surgical opera- tion?" 'I am eertafh of It." "You think that, say a pickpocket, for Instance, can bo cured of tho desire to pick pockets by. an operation on his brain?" ' N'o. not on his brain. Amputate hlt iinnds " thankfulness and humility that sends them to church on that Sunday, If on no other. The organ peals In solemn chords, the hymns aro full of triumph. tho choirs sing with a nnto of Jubilant Wo bring tho flowers to i exultation. church, and tho lilies and roses, azaleas and hyacinths aro very much at homo there. Altar and chancel are beautiful with palms and rich with garlands and growing plants. Flow-- ! ers symbolize tho thought of resurrec tion, tho thought Hint there Is no death, but only, own In this world of loss nnd change, tho life everlasting. Tho daisies were hero last summer; they will bo hero again covering a million fields with their cloth of gold a few weeks hence, and tho lilies never die. They may seem to pass away, but their proud succession has no break. As for us who begin our lives In the cradle, and go on through glad and busy years, from youth to ago, our lives are processional, and every Faster marks them with Its white stone, Often as Faster returns wo remember thoso who wero oncu at our Btdo and aro vlslblo no longer They have left us for awhile, but Hiey aro living beyond our sight, and their Invisible presence may bo our comfort nnd support and our armor ngulnst I bine an effect tf flowers and furs. It Is simply perfect. In our large cities the churches aro always thronged to tho doors on Faster day, among tho worshipers being thoso who have kept from childhood a feeling of reverence, were drawn together In sympathy by a common grief nnd a common rev- rnni, r. a fti.iv tn fhnle earh bearing a burden of fragrance and bloom. While we carry flowers on Raster to the church and the cemetery, we should not omit to carry them or send them to the hospital, tho sickroom, tho chamber of the shut-Isufferer the Old ladles' Home and the homes of tho very IKMir No ono can wnlk through a crowded quarter In tho poorest part of any town bearing flowers without being besieged by the children of the streets, They hunger nnd thirst for flowers, ns sometimes they hunger for bread. I know an Instance In which for ninny weeks n woman who might hnvo been cnlled the angel of tho tenements tried In vnln to secure nn entrance Into a homo where poverty and crlmu hnd been linked together The door was always nhut In her face. Tho mother did not want compassion nnd scorned Its nlTcr Ono day. It must hno been In the spring and near the blessed Fastertlde, tho kind visitor bethought her of n method that might be winning. Sho went Into the house un usual, nnd ns sho tapped at the door, which was opened ns usual by only tho merest crack, sho hold In front of her n superb rose, a roso sad-face- their different stations .SBSBam 1W sorrow. They newr iiulta have us, our friends WHO III1VO t THE RESURRECTION. pusse'l tho shadows of death to the nlMive: ThroURh minUt-li- A thousand .sweet memories aro holding-mein iusi they Meet with their To tlie Hares presencu and love. The work thnt Ihey left and the books inui i m y nun, Fprnk mutely, thouiili still with un do. ADVERTISE Ilia beM thing you have In etock ! your store In tho next Uue of this piper. Feature it. Puih It strong. Then sit In your store and harvest Ilia pecuniary fruit of your wisdom, n u u u ... ..... , And the songs that they sunt;, the dear worn inui iiit-suiu, Ytt linger and sigh on tho desolate air. And oft when alone, Tho flower did what nothing elso could have dune It transformed un enemy into u friend. Faster day reminding us of tho leBiirrectlon. of thu ceaseless friendship of heaven for earth, and of the Ufu everlasting, Is thu most iorlous day of tho whole round year. Aa we slug tho songs or Faster, let us for-gsadness and cowardlco and lot us walk onward bravoly and with good cheer on our appointed ways. in bloom. Or when evil allures us or slit druwetli A thro ilk'. IllKll. and us oft In the lUiPfrlstu. MS. t W. N. U.) whisper comes gwitly, "Say, do not the wroiif," Therefore, wo look within for our peace and huppinuss und wo valuo a clear conscience above rubles. Kllia-bet- h Towno In Nautilus. March 20, 1913. THE CiTlZhN 4 IMPROVEMENT ', CONVICTS IN ) ROAHUILDING Why Their Use Is Becoming Nation Wide In Scope, BOTH SIDES ARE BENEFITED .. . . Everybody roade, but many vleloualy op poie all plane of taxation to the money to build the good roada. . la In favor of good PARAGRAPHS. INTENSIVE FARMING ! . Conducted by FRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M.S. Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator Soil Fertility and Farm Management Problems and raw ground limestone should bo applied If experiment with red clover shows that Uio soil needs limestone. I After normal fertility has been secured, It should bo maintained, and ono great factor In this maintenance Is good crop rotation. Crop rotations may vary In grain farming from thosu used In llvo stock farming, but In cither caso tcgumo crops such asclov-e- r, alfalfa, cow cas, soy beans, nnd sweet clover must bo used to main-tai- n tho supply of nitrogen. In stock farming about every third crdt should ho a legumo crop, and In grain farming, about oycry eccOiidcrop. Uytstab. llshlng crop rotations as abovo Indicated and by turning under sufficient manuro nnd green crops to keep ' up tho nitrogen content, tho fertility of tho soil can bo kept, up, If In addition phosphorus in somo form bo ndd- cd from tlmo to tlmo In quantities corresponding to thoso removed from tho soil Incorcal nnd forngo crops nnd llvo stock. Tho basis for bucIi computation will bo furnished upon application to tho Experiment Station. Tho location of farm buildings with referenco to vnrlous parts of tho farm and to each other, Uio laying out of Holds nnd fences, tho establishing of drainago systems, tho working out of crop rotations, forms for fnrm accounting, etc., aro Uio success orfall- uro of tho owner of a farm. Tho Division of Extension of the tion, gt ". " . Every merchant ehoutd etudy the good roada problem until he . . graipa it fully and until he eeea ;; that It la hla problem. ' ) ; .. The Men Themselves Take Pride In Their Work and Art Kept Strong and Well The Slata Hat Less and Batter Highways Tho use of ronvlclH on tlio public ronda ha pnmcd through tlie crlutl of hysterical wrangle Into n period of. actually fiicecHsful nccotnillKliment and almost universal nrcrptntlnn. gnluro have been written. of the rtitivlrt ronil gang Intrude upon I ho public from (he tliviiiKolvi-pages "f ur current JoiirnnlH, while movies" dike our children In tliu among t lie coin lets nt work upon the. ronds-n- ll tench uh that under n zchrn- like citcrlnr there Is the tiumnti Mug Liu nnine ns ourselves. jltuit Miw behind tho iletnnnil for work of convicts upon tho Hinds? la It the ileinnnd for chenp labor on the part of the ronil builders? la It the ileum ml for chenp ronil construction on the pnrt of property owners? la It tho ileinnnd for n new ly h of convict Inlnir In mi unorganized IndusIn It the try free from competition? desire of mitne prison wnrilen or state Wh'.to otllclnl to get pulillc acclaim? liutnnti tinture la na It li there la likelihood Hint inotlvea atich na Iheao will lend aome men to seek to exploit the convict. Still It It the hopo of the new achool of oiiologlMs Hint these Inatlncta will lie curUil by law and aoclnl nonce nnd by tho severe hand of the pcnnl system Itself. Exploitation from whatever aourco muat not be the reaon for the development of the work of convict upon the roada. Tho underlying motive In convict rood tin I td lut; mint be to Keen re the irrentext eltleloncy for the state out of Ita poxaeaiilon. The convict li the property of the ntnte. The rond la the property of the atnte or of Iti sulxllvhlons. Tho working of the convict upon the roads brings together two elements aim- ft tf nntl-aocl- .. Two things which probably hlnd;r than tho success of farmers moro nny others aro tho economical main. tenance of noil fortuity, nnd right Happlneee and prosperity are ' farm management. Only by building more likely to be found upon the up and by keeping up tho fertility farm, but you mutt have a good of tho so'.l can largo yields bo continroad to find the farm. produced, but after this lias . uously Much opposition to road bonda ' ' boen accomplished good farm manageand levlea comet from excel ment must bo practiced In order to lively fait driving of automo rcallzo a good net profit upon onu's biltt and the attending dangere. '. ', - . . " I ,, If It la aentlble to propote the leeuance of government bonda to ' , . . Improve water transportation, then it le equally sensible to do to for the Improvement of wagon .. roade. COLOR THE SIGNS TO SHOW RIGHT HIGHWAY. Unique Scheme of Designation of Four Main Arttriee Urged by E. 8tewari. aaaaBEtMHaaaai ' "The highway department of the state of New York him olllclnlly ndoptcd u scheme suggested by i'rnnk I. Lyon, aecretnry of the New York Stnto Automobile association, for the designation of the inn In highway which could bo followed by the California highway coinmliHlon with good result"," says 12. Btewnrt. nu nutomohllc agent. 'The Nchemo In to dcslgnnto the five ninlu hlghwny by color sign. This does not menu the erection of Blgn-I)ihut the pnlntlnir of fences nnd bridge nppnmcliPH nlong the various roada; iiIho decorating telephone nnd telegraph poles with band In the colon which deslgtinte tho routo thnt they are on. Thin u Mug done by the locnl automobile- club situated on theae routes. "Aa nlrendy ndopteil. California bna four inn In route) the cont routo from Run Krnnclnco south, the count route from Kan KnincNco north, the valley mute from Sun Francisco aouth nnd the northern Inlnnd route from Ban Frnnclco. It would tnkc very llttlo expense to innrk theae routes, nnd It would be n wonderful help to tho visiting motorists. The work, however. should not be commenced until It was definitely nettled on what should be tho end of the national hlghwny Into Ban Krnncleo from the boundary of the atnte. The colors delected should U such that the atnte of Nevndn nnd other Ktntes to the east mlcht bo nblw to iiko them for marking their sections of the tintlonnl hlchwny." t. - Investment. Kvory farmer chould know, to begin with, whnt amounts ot Uio plant food elements, nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium aro In his noil. All tho other essential plant food clcmenta aro present In Kentucky noils In sufficient quantities for maximum yields of crops. Tli loo data can bo furnliihed by tho Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Stntlon. Tho analyses ct the typical soli areas cf Kentucky aro now on fllont tho Experiment Station, nnd If relatively accurate data cannot bo furnished for nny iarticular farm of this state, Instructions for Uio collection of soil for analysis will bo furnished upen application to Dr. A, M. I'etcr, Head of the Division of Soli Chemistry of tho Experiment Station, nnd froo report will follow. Samples of soli to bo analyzed should always bo taken according to instructions. Whether or not llmo la nooded to correct coll acidity can bo very readily determined by experiment upon a small plot In connection with the ( sowing of red clover. Tho plowed surface of n soli should contain not less than 8,000 liounds of nitrogen, 2,00 lounds of phosphorus, and 16,000 lbs. of potassium In crdcr that, In t. favorablo season under good tillage, It may bo mado to produce, n maximum crop of com, wheat or oats. Tho solla of Kentucky, except In river bottoms and peat swamps contain an nbundanco of potassium. If loll does not show an analysis at least up to tho abovo In nitrogen and potassium, steps should bo taken to add, economically, theso elements to a content nocscsary for largo produc THE MAIDEN RIDGE NURSERY The Only Mountain Nursery State in the Save half tho cost of your fruit trees and order by mall. Cut out tho Acent's profit nnd send for particulars nt once. I have HOW GOOD ROADS WILL a largo supply of ono and two year HELP THE MERCHANT. old whole-rografted trees true to nnmo and all kinds of nursery stock very low prices. Bstter Highways Bound to Keep the for sale this spring nt O. I). Smith, Neighborhood Trade at Home. ot I (ad) The Increased nren of distribution of the goods, wares nnd merchandise of our factories anil stores demands n new method mid means of transportation. Good roads will extend the radius of aervlce of the city merchant nnd Joblier to n much Inrger territory. Good nmds will keep the mnny millions of dollars of our citizens nt home Instead of lslng spent through catalogue houses In cities outside of the state. 5id mads bring renewed energy nnd thrift to the merchant In every market center of the state. Furm prodiirti vdll Ix) mnrkoled more enslly throughout the year. Kales of merchnmllse mid collections will Is distributed over n larger period of Good roads will menu good time. llnd roads times to the merchant, keep trade uwny from n town or city, -i- letter Honda. Hlchmond, Ky. our forefathers were n sad and earnest folk; because thoy lived In a sad and dreary cflmato, where winter was far longer and moro bitter than It Is, thank God, now; therefore all their thoughts about winter nnd spring were sad; nnd they grew to despair, at last, of life ever conquering death, or light conquering darkness. All living things would 'die. Tho very gods would die, fighting to the last against tho powers of evil, till tho sun should sink forever, and tho world bo a heap of ashes. And then so strangely does God's gift of hope linger In tho hearts of men they saw beyond all thnt, a dim dream of a new heaven nnd b new earth, In which should dwell righteousness; and of a now sun, more beautiful than ours; of a woman called "Life," hid safe, while all the world around her was destroyed, fed on the morning dew, preserved to be the mother ot a new and happier race of men. And so to them, heathens as they were, God Kentucky Agricultural Experiment whispered that Christ should some Station has decided to offer assist- day bring life and immortality to ance, ns far as may bo iwsslhle, to light "So it pleased the Father," says St fanners of tho Stnto In solving problems of soli fertility, In establishing Paul, "to gather together in Christ cropping systems ujion Uie whole or all things, whether in heaven or In r. part of farms, in tho production of earth." In him were fulfilled, and more legume crops, and In working out of than fulfilled, the dim longings, the farm management problems. This n. childlike dreams, of heathen poets elstanco will bo offered thru correspand sages, and of our own ancestors ondence, or when possible by visita- from whom we spring. lie is the detion, wlUiout cxpenso to owners. Ap- sire of all nations, for whom all wore plications for such assistance may he longing, though they knew it not. And mado to T. It. Uryant, Supt. of tho now wo may see. It seems to me, what the text has to do with Easter day. Division of Extension. Be not anxious, says our Lord, for H. n. Hondrlck, your life. Is not the life more than Assistant Agronomist. meat? There Is an eternal lite which depends not on earthly food, but on the will and word of God your Father; Fertilizing the Orchard. Ilnrnynrd manure Is, In general, the and that life In you will conquer heat fertilizer for the orchard. It death. Consider the lilies in the Held, ihollld be applied nt the rntc of n load All the winter they are dead, unsightly roots, bidden In the earth. What ,'n from three to live trees, at least can come of them? But no sooner iu three yenrs. The use of inn fertilizers Is hardly advisable, does the sun of spring shine on their where careful experiment baa graves than they rise Into sudden life and beauty as It pleases God, and lemoustrated Its value. every seed takes Its own peculiar body. Even so Is the resurrection of the dead. Charles KIngsIey. Relieved. "This Is an osculation entertainment we're going to, ma." ADOPT CUSTOMS OF EUROPE "All right. I was nfrald It was ona ot them klssln' camea" Old Country Ideas for the Celebration of' Easter Have Found Favor com-nerrl- ONSIDER tho lilies of the field." Matt. 6:26, 28, 29. What has this text to do with Easter day? Let us think awhile Life nnd death:' tho battle between life and death; llfo conquered by death; and " conquered again by life. Thoso were tho mysteries ovor which the men ot old time thought, often till their hearts wcro sad. And becauso C fjrTgTiIly decorated eggs, tolfcd no Hard that there is no danger of their cracking. Very few of tho English customs have been transplanted, however, although tho various shires of England have notably quaint Eattor observances. In Shropshire and Herefordshire, nnd especially nt Shrawabury, it is tho custom to mako for Easter a rich and expensive cako that Is known au elm-ne- l cake. Theso slmnel cakea aro raised cakes, with a crust mads of fine flour and water with saffron color added. to give it a deep yellow color. The cako Itself Is a very rich plum cake, with candled lemon peel added. The crust Is ot the consistency of set cement Thero la a tradition that Herefordshire women have used slmnel cakes as footstools, and It is known that tho cake is commonly boiled In order to bo made edible. Tho slmncls are usually marked with a figure ot Christ or of the Virgin, thus preserving tho religious significance ot the day. Another special English Easter cak Is tho Dlddenden cake. In the parish ot Dlddenden thero is an endowment of unknown date, supposed to have been mado by two women named Preston, for making a distribution of cakes among tho poor every Easter Sunday afternoon. Tho source ot the benefaction consists of twenty acres ot land, commonly called the "bread and cheese" lands. Six hundred ot these Dlddenden cakes and 270 loaves of bread are distributed under this endowment The Great Beyond. The return of Easter is one of our' Lord's ways ot letting down a ladder to us that we may climb to the stars and bob a little of the great beyond.. Tollers ot the plains below, we often, miss the flashing lights thrown across' the battlements for our relief. Kn-- i rlched in soul we shall descend tomorrow to follow again the path ot duty. But there will be a! cheer upon the lips and a song in the) heart, for we have dwelt a little In thai heights, and the consummaUon of our hopo draweth nlghl Rev. M. Campbell. well-wor- n Inside Information is the costly, valuable ingredient that ' figures C most prominently in all business deals. There is a wealth of "Inside Information" in the want ads. JMany business men whose preeminent success is attributed to a A Panama Canal Lighthouse In America. tub sonr or Boin which conTiora am hiui-kninny elements of wuato In their Joint operation Itond hilxir la fnlrly well paid, la of picked up In the neigh' n roving t) horhuod is fid po.M'Hse) the rilKCeduoss and endurance which menu luirdihlp. yet it healthy vlcor nnd manhood which often attract tho growitiK spirit of youth when nu outlet N sought for the mirpln eiierKles mid wuywiird tendencies. The rond rump I democracy Tho man's n mini for n' that. Glvo tho cook, keep clean nnd lake, if ixrsslble. mid devil tnki; the hind tst. Mnuy convicts need Just such erleiK-o- . It would bo foolish to put others on the rond ping, Tho men muat be selected because of their need of Just such oxperlence. - The victim of wanderlust had letter be kept within the prison walls. Federal nld will encourngo stnto rond building. Our national romlM will be but few. our ktnte roads should bo many. 'X'he Mate road superintendent should work together with tho state prison authorities on the convict situation nml IhiIIi the county rond work nnd the county convict should be unThe picture I der their supervision. bavo drawn us convicts' camps nt their best must not bo taken for a description of the caricature which Is found in Home of the states, it Is fallacious to waste the possibilities of convict Inlnir nH they lire being wnnted In somo placed. Severity of discipline In things pennl linB been confused with slnckness of business uiiiuiiKcmeut, while the application of Kclenlllle methods hnscd upon the psychology of the Individual hna leen confused with sentimental emo- tloimllsin. Improve the convict camp, place It on tho right basis, mid the re- suit will be that the magistrates will commit many men whom they today It'M'iiniT nil ll'm t't .uinn- iiiiiih .nt... to cruel mid unusual punishment. How lunch better to put these guilty men nu the mads gangs than to send out police lo gather the crnpshooterH from iho liywnya and hedges. The new Industrial penology claims to bo humane, but because It Is Immune It Is n hard headed materialistic proposition whereby more guilty men will bo punished nit their punishment profit them aud Stags W'hltlu the state the more.-- E. In Southeru (lood (loads. rvrriMi into liar in their pirnes-don, . thereby ellml-untlu- g In many homes in America there have been transplanted some ot the One of old country. Easter customs. these Is the Scotch custom of egg rolling. On Easter morning the entire family nractlces this. cjjg.tPUl with highly developed foresight and shrewdness, are in reality making daily use of this want ad "Inside Information." 1M APPLYING GRAVEL TO ROADS. Up to Date Farmers Use Manure Spreader For Difficult Job. In a locality where u large mileage of gravel mid rock roads had been constructed farmers discovered n method of laying the material uniformly nnd with ii minimum of lifter work. Several of the farmers owned mnnure spreaders of the kind that have low hanging, easily detached lieaters and automatic tall gates. They removed the beaters, took the loads of the material they could haul, drove out upon the road to U-- ticiitcd. threw the machines In gear si t a sliced that was required to make the' proper application of the material, mid It wns spread In n uniform layer on Iho roadbed. Somo of tho men with an Implicit faith In their machines did not even go to the trouble of removing tho beaters. Popular Mechanics. Lookout Mountain Road. A remarkable piece of road building has been done In the vicinity of los Angeles, Cub. on mi automobile highway from Laurel canyon to the summit of iiookout mountain. It Is Just wide enough for one vehicle nnd. says the Scientific American, has ono routo for ascending and another for descending cars. It rivals the famous roads of Norwny and the Alps In Its multitudinous Y's. hairpins nnd sharp turns. The side of the steep mountain Is actually terraced by this road. The popularity of this run Is shown by tho The string of curs on n holiday. grades are very easy, and the road la perfectly safe. "I've been selling Studebaker I Wagons and Buggies for over 30 years." i laaBa 8 j I iaaV r mi " mm H' i$ g " eieF . ! I . MamJjVirsaTfaaisl That tells the Story. Farmers bought Studebaker wagons before the Civil war and they have been buying them rvir eince. Because they had confidence in the name Studebalier and in the sturdy, dependable wagons and buggies they build. And that confidence has been upheld. Studebaker wagons are built on honor and IheStudebaker guarantee goes with every one. There's a Studebaker fpt your needs whether you live in city, town or country. Pump Carta feojr Cantatas Contractor i' Wagons And Studebaker harness also aa well and carefully made) aa Studebaker vehicles. Farm Wagons Surrvrt Rutin. ta Waeooa Bugiica Truckt Runabouts "I've 6o!d them because my reputation as a denier wns nt stake nnd from experience I have found that Studebaker means the best." Thoto by American Presa Association. picture shows the lighthouse nt Gatnn locks uaed to mlde veiaelt tho locks ncross Gntun lake. Hniige lights have been for guldnnce on long tangents nnd side lights, spaced about Lighted beacons are n tulle apart, mark each side of tho chnnnel. concrete. The sailing also to be used. These aro to be built of lines are marked by range lights except at the entrance to the channel and will be fixed bo that a ship will follow a course which will keep it 260 feet from any ship coming In the opposite direction. THIS Stt out Dtalir tt Wrilt ui. STUDEBAKER NEW YORK MINMIAfOUS CHICAGO South Bend, Ind. KANSAS DALLAS SAN VR A NCI SCO CITY SALT LAKX DINVKR CITY PORTLAND, ORX. Pace Eight. THE CITIZEN. March 20, 191 3. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else n corutpMdean fat1tik4 silrs Is not tor pttllcitloa, Ut as The Law No Respecter of Persons Tho low no rcsector of Krsons. It Is sometimes Bald that the law Is no resectcr of persons, nils proves truo In tho federal case against Julian Hawthorne, Dr. W. J. Morton with nnd Albert Frwman, charged making fraudulent use of tho malls In selling stock In exploitation of Canadian ore claims. Hawthorne Is the son of Nnthnti-lc- l Hawthorne whose writings added lustro to American literature, while Dr. Morton is the son of the first user of ether In surgical operations. They each received a sentence of ono year nnd onu day at tho Federal prison In Atlanta by the, Court sitting In New York, last Friday, after n trial lasting seventy days. Albert Freeman was sentenced to five, years, Joslah Qulnry of Bo, whlo ton was acquitted. An eloquent plea was made for tho defendants by their attorneys, but tho Court wns unmoved, llnwlhorne himself Is a distinguished author, and both ho and Morton nre said to crushed by tho ccntence. iUsd in trltosct lull 1) ll )llri. t toed fslth. Wilt ir tint plilcljr. ROYAL BAKING POWDER AbmotuMy Purm Baking frmm quct laat Tuesday night, which whs enjoyed by all who were present. For County Court Clerk Stephen Harrison, the son of Mr. Wo aro authorized to announce K. and Mm. William Harrison, died last B. Johnson as a candidate for County Thursday morning of appendicitis. He Pmwdmr Htmdm Thm mmly !' Court Clerk of Jackson County, sub- was operated on, Wednesday, but It to tho action of tho Rcpubllcn Ormmm Crmmm mfTmrimr Rmyml ject was too late. H was eighteen ears (ad) primary In Aug. 1913. old, and was well liked by eery one. Kuncrnl services were held, Thursday selling high, from $4." to $60. J, 1). 'Ponder, Saturday and Sunday. J. C. HO ALUM, HO UME PHOSPHATE For Representative afternoon, nt the home, conducted by Spurlock who is running for County Bullock has moved Into his new We are authorized to announce W. Rev. Isaac Messier. Judge was at Letter Box, canvassing, house, Master Blllle Howard Is III. n. Reynolds of Jackson County as n Saturday nnd Sunday. Ella Cook is Mrs. T. F. Bullock who has been CAIUCO capdldate for Representative from the sick. Tho new railroad lino coming rty sick Is Bomo better. Married, and wife with Miss Ellen Peters made Friday night. Mrs. A. Flcchter ha Carlco, Mar. 10. Alex McPanlcl is Counties of Jackson, Owsley and Clay from Hcldelbiirg to Turkey Track will Mr. Charllo Bond to Miss Ixmn Steel. n business trip to Major last Saturday, been sick for aoine tlmo but Is slowmove to his place which before, tho Republican Voters nt the planning to bo completed by tho first of August. Little Ilnzel M til ton Is Improving. Win. Ball who has been nt Plneville ly Improving. Mi's llnllle Bcovllle, recently bought near Livingston. Auguat Primary 1913. Your votes aro ho Tho train Is coming two nnd ono half W. Mabley was In Mt. Vernon, Sat- for the last year returned home last Primary teacher of the Graded school. Isaac Ford had n working last week miles on the new line from HcIdelbu'X. (ad) respectfully solicited. urday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Then. Tuesday en a visit. Andrew 81e-mo- visited homo folks, Saturday and Sunnnd got some good work done. Willie J. D. Spurlock line purchased n Mlnton, a boy. W. II. Mnbly wild a was recently npointcd (lame dny. A lox Jarvls, Frnnk Jarvls aud purchased n flno horse from Roberts new organ. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Fan t- yoko of oxen to Willis Allen for $100. Warden on Island Creek. Bill Peters J nmr a Miller who moved lo Indiana FOR COUNTY SUPT. OF JACK' Irvln Smith last week. Married, ths ier who went to Richmond for Mr. SON COUNTY. Rev. Dlllard lout his horse last 1.4 expecting to mine to Island tity about tlireo months ago havo come 6th Inst,, Mr. Beit Baker to .Miss to enter school this winter week. Ho fell nnd broke his leg. In n few weeks. Mrs. BesBle Neely back to mnko their home u rittbur(; place. Mrs. Wcs-Ic- y Fnrmer Kerby Knob, Ky., June 18, 1912. Mamlo Cole of this have como back on account of Mr. ngnln. Lumbering seems (o be th'i visited her home folks, Sunday. IIOCKKOItll Angel and daughter were visiting woit Is now no unusual thing for Farmer being In poor health. George to chief occupation about here now. Mm Aunt Helen Mrs. Daisy Peters made a visit Rockford, Mar. 17. reguMrs. Lily Smith, Monday.-r-Tlt- e Sunday nightmen to serve as County Superinten(lulnn of Scaffold Cane who hns liecn her mother, Mrs. Ben Heed, last Ellen Snow of Sulllxnit, Ind., Is vismeeting at Hat Tlllery's mnro died last dents, and In other high educational lar appointed time for Miss Moore, tho tmlned nurso who sick for somo time Is now able to be Friday. .Mr. Hall from Boonoville Is iting her father, AI. F. Otikst, at this Top Is the third Saturday nnd Sun positions. A number ot counties of went with Millie Wnrd to Louisville out again. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Don nun In theso parts buying hogs. place. .Mrs. Lucy Hlmes this state have secured notable serv- day In this jnonth. to havo an oicratlon performed a COW CUKKK nnd daughter, Mary, visited John nnd g remains very pocrly. Irish potato. ESTILL COUNTY ice frcm their women superintendago writes back that the operaBcrta Stephens, Saturday night. Cow Creek, Mar. 15. ('. IJ. Gabbard nre plentiful In this "section. They are I.OCt'ST llltANCH ents, for example: tion has been erformed. Two tu Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gulnn of Bereu Is putting up a new allng fence selling for 50 nnd CO cents per bu. Cora Wilson Stewart has won natiIxkuu Branch, Mar. 10. Mr. and rners wero removed. The patient Is get- visited Mr. nnd Mrs. James Gulnn of around his yard. J. K. Gnbluird Mr. James has gone to moe Mrs. Mrs. Vergil lllckmil of Richmond visB. Evans has bought Scaffold Cane, Saturdny and Sunday. ! onal farao by her very efficient serto movo to his place nt Boone- daughter, Mrs. Eliza ting along fine. superintendent of llowun Casteel to her vice as out Neal Madden. Mr. Mnddon has Mrs. Lutes of near tills place is j vllle, soon. Mro. Mary .Mcintosh, of I ited friends and relntltves of thlx where she will make her fuColo's, County schools. taught Flnley Judd's property nnd still better. Next Saturday and Sun- - Turkey Creek wns here last week placo last week. J. A. Blcknell nnd ture home. Aunt Cosby Cole has rent moved to The great schools ot Chicago nra it. Mrs. W. B. Metcnlf Is day are the regular church days at on business. MIhh Ida Eversole was wife lslted Mr. and Mrs. Waller McQueen this sum Flagg ed her farm to Bill Mr. Macedonia. Everybody come. Mr. nnd recently married to Mr. Arch Branden- Richardson last Sunday. Gillie Harably managed by Mrs. Ella stay with A. J. Tlnchor. very sick with rheumatism. mer. She will Young. her Jacent Fields hnd a working last Mrs. Bud Anglln have moved on Mr. burg of lloonevllle. They left for ris Is standing a few weeks returned from Louis Hardin Moo-rSaturday. Wo would be glad to hear Lluvlllc's place Just vacated by .Mr. Quicksand to make their home. -- - grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mary Lyon, like tho undersigned, ville a few days ago, where he had Kindred II. G. Blcknell Is moving a was a poor mountain girl. She strugthe correspondent nt Annvlllo. Lee 'Bullcn. Bio. Brookshlre visitRev. Bob Murry of Teges held preach-- , been to purchase his spring and sum- from saw mill on bin placo to have his gled against great odds to secure Berta nnd John Stephens, Sunday. lug services nt Grassy Branch from mer goods. Otto Fennell was having ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ed John R. McCollum and family of Thursday until Sundny. He preached, logs cut up. J. M. Coylo has moved an education but succeeded and be- his farm surveyed the 13th. Mason back to his old homo placo on Red came tho founder of ML llolyoke Anglln's IIOONF. Scaffold Cano left n few days ago Sunday morning on the subject, little boy was kicked by u Lick. II. G. Blcknell sold a mule to Seminary which mado possible for young mule last week In the back of not the. ancient landmarks." Saturday and for Williamsburg. J. J. Mnrtln who Boone, .Mar. 17. Sherd Baker this week for $1 10. the first time In the history of tho the head but was not seriously hurt. Sunday wero regular church days at has been sick Is better. Ebb Grant John Barrett, a former resident of world a general, liberal education for F. Baker moved In Flnell Henry's Palrvlew, conducted by the Rev. J. visited Bert Martin last Saturday this place, died last Monday at Ida- - i PERRY BELMONT girls. property a few days ago. Mrs. Bar W. Lambert and Goo. Childress. Mr. night Bro. Bryant visited J. M. Bui-le- may, and was brought to the Gab- Having taught In tho public schooU low CUu'k Is now sick. Church niest. Blair of this place Is visiting relaBcttle Alexander Lard grave yard on Indian Creek for Sunday. Miss ai lng nt Uio Baptist church the first tives nnd friends In Harlan County, visited Miss Bertha Bullen, Saturday Lurlal. Revs. Ike and Ed. Gabbard of Jackson County seven years, Burning Springs In Clay County eight Saturday and Sundcy In each month. this week. Miss Lula Waddell visited and Bill Mcintosh gaVc beautiful talks Mrs. Geo. Kelly and night. over the body of the deceased. Mrs. j months and In tho Foundation Schools Rev. Culton from Richmond Is pastor. LmmW Lizzie Gibson, of Eversole, wife of of Berea College, two terms, 1 feel Everybody come. W. Holllngsworth Mr. Iirkln Gibson, died, Wednesday that 1 could scVvo my county efficient has moved back to his old home near I DIDN'T THINK night, after being 111 only n few ly In tho office of Superintendent. Climax after haying worked twoyeara hours. Rob. Behmer who has been So, In response to many requests, for Stephens and Elklns. vjle seems so sorry when he's caught, If all the troubles in the world In tho west for the jmst two years hereby announce my candidacy for 1IU mini is all contrite, I'AitnuT Were traced back to the start, -- llril ntiirnn.l hmuti Inst ' the office of County Superintendent ' 'Mr- He so regrets the woe he wrought, Parrot. Mar. 16. Born to Mr. and find not one In ten begun his ! Nell of tho College preached ot Schools of Jackson County, and I Mrs. Isaac Tussey, a fine girl. News We'd And wants to make things right. From want of willing heart. last sermon at this place, Friday ( ask all friends ot education to fall was received hero that a ten iwund Hut wihrs do not heal a wound, elf Hut there's a sly, night. He left, Saturday, for his home In line and unite irrespective of party boy wns born to, .Mr. nnd Mrs Ewcll Nor weld a broken link; Who lurks about youth's brink, lu Richmond, Katnasi John R. Ab- - I a Cole of Hamilton, O., Mar. 10th. Mrs. my support, thus securing in The heart aches on, the link is gone bring away And sure dismay he chenr ot South Booncvlllo who' has Superintendent of Schools, who li Colo was formerly .Miss Nora Price Although "I didn't think." The elf "I didn't think." been teaching a subscription rchool a promoter ot education rather than of this place. Mrs. Armlnla Gabbard When brain Is comrade to the heart, at Crockettavlllp wns hero Saturday ' a politician. was thrown from a mule tho other night, Sunday and Monday, nnd sjient And heart from soul draws grace, Anna Powell. day and received slight Injuries. Sunday and Sunday night with Jns. "I didn't think" will quick depart John Callahan had a working, ThursR. Gabbard. He has a ioltloti tn the For lack of resting-placJACKSON COUNTY day, with good success. Mrs. Maria Civil service at $5 per day. If from that great unselfish stream, McKEK Gabbard, and daughter, Eva, and Miss The golden rule we drink, CLAY COUNTY McKee..Mar. 17. County Court was Lucy Prlco visited Mrs. Lcatha TusWe'll keep God's laws and hac no cause IIUKNINO Kl'ltlMlH sey of Mlddlo Fork, Saturday night In session here, Monday. There was To say:"I didn't think." Mrs. and Sunday, and attended church at Burning Springs, Mar. II. a largo crowd In town. Whettfr U ila. Katio Whlto gave a most delightMr. Bond, President of the- - Rock- Flat Top. Charley Hays and Chesful candy ioclcl in honor of her sis- castle Mining, Lumber and Oil Co. ter Baker of Richmond have returnwas in town a few days last week. ed home after finishing dressing brother visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bernlco Todd, Saturday night. Bro. ttr, Miss Flora Brown, who has been I They Rain- Lambert, Saturday and Sunday He was securing rights of way for a staves at this place. Hudson of Berea expects to preach .it her guest this week. Miss Mary J. ed many friends In this vicinity durrailroad between Livingston and place Is planning tho Union church next Sunday at 11 Under returns this week from Egypt, Jess Wren of this ing their short fetay hero that wero to movo to tho railroad property hear a. tn. and also at " p. in. Preston. where she has been a student In Mr. ( Perry Belmont of New York and sorry to seo them leave. Grant ParkDr. G. C. Goodman was In town, week. Miss Ethel Youn? tho llttlo son of Mr. and Mrs J. J. Mclx;nde:i'8 school. Mrs. Sara Jane Washington hat been elected presiSnider this er has returned from Hamilton, O. Monday. Martin who has been quite sick, Is Hornsby of Cnntron was a visitor at dent or the National Democratic visited Lydla nnd Sinda Lovett. SunHoim-hyChurch services at tho new church day. today. League of Clubs. Mrs. C. P. Mooro has tonsllltls. Geo. Poynter who lias bon some better. Miss Myrtle McCollum tho honiu of Mrs. Dr. Hugh Lunsford and family who , Stanley Englo spent a few days houso every Wednesday night. Miss near Kenton for some tlmo is visit- visited Miss Addle Sims, Saturday Lucy Prlco was thrown from a mule, ing In Berea last week. homo folks this week. Dolphus night. Mrs. Ida Parker and children moved to Ohio recently returned last Friday, but was not hurt. week on nccouut of his wife who Is , Mr. Ben Harris, a veterinary sur-laLovett and Willo Coylo of this placa aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. Win. CINCINNATI MARKETS ery sick. They will reside on Mr geon, was In town a few days PRIVKTT they will family. Miss and went to Muncle, Ind., where week. Wheat No. 2 red $1.0701 10. No. I Prlvett, Mar. 15. Wo are having probably remain for sumo time. Viars who has been sick for some Comb's farm on Snehyr. Mr. David Mrs. James Carpenter has been nlco warm weather for March Satur- Mr. David Martin of this placo Is time has been taken to the Berea Morgan left recently to fill n good red $1.06. No. 4 red 87cfi$l Corn No. 2 whlto MflGtc, No. . very low with typhoid fever. day and Sunday wore regular church visiting relatives in West Virginia, Hospital nnd seems to !x slowly re- position in a store in Illinois. .Mrs. white No. 4 white WfSlc David Cope will reside In the home No. 2 MfifilVie.2 ft Site. No. 3 yellow Tho adult Blblo class had a ban- - days at Oak Grove. Milk cows ore this yellow 6 Mrs. Lovett returned home, covering. Aunt Vina Croucher who recently vacated by Mrs. Bessie ltaw. r.0i.4fi.Mc. No. t yellow 4S4(N9Hc Sunday, after a few days visit with has been sick Is no better. She Is No. 2 mixed Mfi&2r. No. 3 mixed 9K lugs. Tho latter has gone to reside not oxpected to Uvo long. friends and relatives in Berea. whltt Elijah Fiirman has JlCOc, No. 4 mixed 4Sl4H'Jc, mlxct In Manchester. eoplo of this placo attendSeveral CON WAV llow enr SlfiSfic. ear r.O?54r, moved to tho Thompson property .ear C0fir4c. Dal-toPrayer .meeting near ed tho Holiness Conway, Mar. 16. Mrs. Nancy where hu will live until his new Flat Gap, Tuesday night. Geo. Lamb and Mis. Sophia Dallcy visited , mi i, . Mrs. James Hill miiiiu of this placo has recently moved to Mrs. Jeunio Daltou who is very sick, homo Is completed. 2 mixed 34 U I white 33 ft 34c, No. property. Saturday afternoon. .Mr. and Mrs. Clarkston who ban been visiting ln-Rod Lick to tho Matt Moody 344c. Nil. 3 mixed 33334c, No, Mrs. Mattio Coylo visited relatives Robeit Bowman visited J. W. Todd mother, Mrs. Levada McDaniel has mixed :i:$(3?e. TO THE 1S.S0 She wns returned to Hamilton, O. Bay -- No. 1 timothy In Berea, Friday and Saturday. of Rockford, Saturday and Sunday. accompanied by tho Mbscb Myrtle Mc- standard timothy $llfil4.C0, No. 2tlm Robert Dalton who hns been workothy $13fil3.SO. No. 3 timothy $10.SI Henry Daniel nnd Pearl Marlclo. IHSI'l'TANTA ing on tho railroad near Cincinnati, (ill, No. 1 clover mixed $13.GOfii4 nnd Jesse Thompson wero fortunati No, 2 clover mixed J1HM'.', No. 1 elo Dlsputanta, Mar. 13. W. Hammond Id visiting hlo sister, Alice Bowman, in getting their nift out on the re- ver $l2.r,0fjt3, No. 2 clover $911 this week. Miss Lee Sparkuian is cent tide. Eggs Prime firsts lost a flno cow ono day last Mink, 1714c! llrsli Ellas Smith of East Bert Rnmsey has sold his Interest In visiting her sister at Hazard. I. A. Bernstndt mado a business trip here HiVjr, ordinary firsts 15'4c, second! Mrs. Bowman nnd two little grand chil- labt week. A daughter or Win. York 14 'i c. tho spoke mill to Mr. Gott. Poultry Hens, heavy (over 4 lbs night with America Drew of Brush Creek was dren spent Wednesday very successful operirc, (4 lbs and under) Die, young stag Ellun of Malcom had a visiting her parentc on Clear Creek his son, J. H. Bowman. Mrs. ation iorformed for the removal ot gy roosters 12c, old roosters lO'.fcc (3 lbs and under)' 20c last week. Married on labt Thurs- Mnlnous and llttlo daughter wero in a cancor. Tho attending surgeons weru Bprlngers ntfer-noospringers (over 3 lbs) Ifie, ducks U day, Mr. Jako Rnnif.y to Miss Nannie Conway shopping, Saturday Dm. Hornsby of this place and Anderlbs and over) l'Je, white under 4 lbs Wo had-- a good meeting here, Croucher, both of Dlsputanta. T. C. son of Mnncliostor.Fuyctti' Ilawllngs IKc; turkeys (S lbs and over) 2tc, tur Saturday and Sunday. Eld. J. N. Holt Is building a nice porch to his Is Improving his property b a n at keys, young (under 8 lbs) 10t12c ONE-WASPRING COLONIST TICKETS ON liouse. Will Purkey and family aro Culton of Richmond preached.- Win. picket and board fence. Miss Julia turkeys, touts l.Sc, culls So. $7.10fl8.50, cxtn SALE DAILY MARCH 15 TO APRIL 15, 1013 to preparing to movo to Hamilton soon. Anglln and daughter wero in Conway, Sparks who has had typhoid fever was pointi in Western Montana, Idaho, Washington, S.;oS.t;5. butcher steers, extra $S( Workings aro all tho go around Sunday. J. H. Bowman went to Be- a visitor In our town yesterday, .2R, good to choice $7il7.'J0, coimnnt Oregon, British Columbia. dejitnl Wo certainly rea, Sunday, to havo some hero this winter. ROUND TRIP HOMESEEKERS' TICKETS ON There Is an epidemic of whooping to fair $f..2flfii;.75; heifers, extra. $7.9 fox, good to choice $tf7,S5, commot story very much. work done enjoyed reading tho SALE lit and 3rd TUESDAYS EACH MONTH to cough on Laurel Creek. Mrs. William to fair r..7ftfi .7f. i cows, extra $C.C0ii many point! in the Northwest Lulled Stales and Canipbcli'B baby js quite sick with the ti.SO, good to eholeo $f.7fJ .CO, com OWSLEY COUNTY Canada. Long limit and stopover. IIAUI.ICY. III.AKK disease. Tho many friends of Geo. moil to ralr$l.25ff,r.rjO; dinners, $ TraTel on the Gauloy, Mar. 10. Died Mar. Ctb, Blake, Mar. II. Hogs and ratio aro MtCreary who waB paralysed by an fl 42r.. Bulls Bologna $rt1i 0.75, extra $0.81 tho llttlo child of Mrs. Oma Fields. Its still high. Miss Lula Peters ami her accident four years ago will be plainUtti.VO, fat hulls $0.75ft7.r0. remains wore laid to rest in tho lied brother, Crate, wero entertained nt ed to leant that ho can go about on Calves - Extru $10.76, fair lo goof j $7.G0R 10.60, common and largo $6.6( and connectlnLIines, to IIIll burying grounds. Mrs. J. C. tho home of Miss Mary Anderson last crutches now. 0 10.26. Bullock Is very sick. Tho Misses Saturday night. They report a nice Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, ' heavy $U.20H 9.26 LAUREL COUNTY Mlsa Emilia Peters was the Annlo Ponder and Rhoda Pennington time. Washington, Oregon, or to Manitoba, Saskatche.good to choice packers and butelieri riTTMIIIIIIII Livingston visited F. M. Ponder, guest of Grade Peters last Monday of $9,16(fii).26. mixed puckers $lU0dj 9.20 wan, Alberta, British Columbia. Pittsburg, Mar. 10. Services were sags $57.60,- common to eholrt Saturday night. Born to Mrs. Dan night. Mrs. Martha Mays made a Will send free Illustrated literature about the Northextra $8.76. fat sows $tiiji west United States and full Information about North, Ponder, a girl. Her name Is Berulce. business trip to Major last Thursday held at Eaet Pittsburg, Saturday and heavy shippers $9!(9-2S- ; K06, pigs (100 lbl light ern Pacific rates of fare and service promptly upon conevening. Leo Fox from Buffalo vis- Sunday. Revs. Ashcr and Bray prench. and less) $UQK,90. Callio Baker is very low with request. It costs you nothing. Write today. Moore ed. sumption. Tho little child of Dll- ited his sister, Mrs. Rhoda Sheep Extra $6.60, good to eholct Tho closing exercises of the . C. EATON, Travtling Jmmlg. Agent, 40 K. 4I1 .V., Cincinnati, 0. lard Gotten died last week and was last week. Mrs. Sarah Anderson mid Graded School will bo given, Satur- $385.40, common to fair $304.76. Lambs Extra $9, good to rholci M. J. COSTKU.O, D, P. A., 40 E, 4th St., Cincinnati, 0. burled at Red JIUI. Mr. and Mm. her daughter, Mary, mado a visit to day night. Tho Fidelity Council cf $8.008.90, common to fair $6.6011 W. II. Ponder of Livingston were her cousin, Mrs. Knto Bowman of Is- tho Daughters of America will havo 8.60, yearlings $fi.60'7.50, cllppet vlBltlnu Mr. Ponder'a father, F. M. land City, this weok. Joseph Moore a fishing pond and oyster supper next lambs $0.268. ANNOUNCEMENT J ro few-dayts ' j "Re-mov1 " ;. I Mc-Ko- o. I , - ' st k. LOW FARES Fertile Northwest n .., r -- n. Y Cattle--Shippe- rs, Northern Ry Hogs--Selecte- - j