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AULKNCR, MtMfttr r If Knttrftl at IV riirf-nk- nt limn, A'v nt ttroni dam Devoted to tlie Interests of tlie Mountain IPeo;ple Fivo cent a copy. DEItBA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AI'IIIL 3, 1013 Ono Dollar a year. The Citizen KENTUCKY'S CONSERVATION POLICY In an editorial last week no discussed tho so called development of the mountains, characterizing It an exploitatioii nnd devastation nnd speaking of conservation hn ii term only heard of iih afTectiri (lis. t n ii t stolen, Hut since writing this editorial, tlioru Iiiih come into our hands n circular outlining tho conservation policy of tho elate. This policy is tho result of nu act of tho Legislature at its Inst Hession which prorideH that tlio Stnto Hoard of Forestry nl.all liaro power to purchase lands In the iinmo of the Mate for siiltnlilo forest reteiviH at a prico not exceeding $10 per aoro. Tho Hoard inuy also accept gifts of land and money for forestry purcwes. It Ih tho aim of tho Hoard to acquire IiiikIh in portions of the stnto where the need of scientific forestry is most plainly evident. Another object of this lionrd, tlirougli ita chief olliccr, tin: stole forester, is to coopernto nitli counties, municipalities, corporations and indlviduiilH In preparing plans for the direction, management and replacement of trees, wood lots nnd timber tracts. Tho only clnirgo for thia servlco is traveling exponfea of llio men employed. Much of this work can bo dono by correspondence, and the slnte forester at Frankfort invitoH iiieHttoiiH rolatiug to any Hiibject uiidor the scope of his department. Though late, this is a good beginning for the Male, and it is to bo hoped that beforo many years tunny practically abandoned farms and all devastated tractH n ill be reforest) d by the M.ite aiid in its permanent possession, orb individuals mid corporations at the state's direction and help, It is also to be hoped that some tract (dun toiicfied foieMH Mill fall into the hands of the state for prcteiviitiou. Helen lots given tho State a practical demonstration of the benefits of fortstry mid her classes In tcieiitific forestry have dune and will do much more to make tho movement popular. way Vol. XIV. No. 40 J. Pierpoint Morgan Dead J. Plorpont Morgan died In Home, lars from his father. While It was thought that ho did not iiobscss his Italy, Monday, twelve minutes noon, which wob about C n. ni. father's business nblllty, ho soon degrentest veloped Into tho world'H New York tlino. ' Mr. Morgan had been traveling 111 financier. His physicians claim that his sickEgypt nnd Italy seeking rest and health Blnco December. Frequent re- ness was duo largely to excitement ports had been received of lila Ill- over the money trust Investigation be- -' to foro which ho testified previous ness but It Boemcd only to bo ' und tcniornry. Aftep his his departure for tho Kast. On his last trip, for tho first tinio In life, nrrlvnl at Home, however, ho very Blck and his rccooiy wiib ho severed himself from all business relations. Boon despaired of. In New It Is not thought that IiIb don Hi Mr. Morgan una born In England and Inherited New England will have any 8rlous effect upon tho trnitltloiiH ulotiK with ten million dol stock markets. be-fo, I ' The Trouble Grows The finances ot the state continue to get In n worse condition. Within tho lot few days the United States Government has withdrawn Prof. Heed, nil cxirt dairyman, assigned to Kentucky, whoso expense's wero to bo paid by tho State Experiment Stntlon. This the Btato wns unable t" do owing to tho lack of funds In tho Al-v- ln . ir.,000. stnto treasury. Within the last month the Mate has also refused payment of Ccnfeder-ot- o pensions, and tho appropriation nt tho stalo reform school has been held up. or cut down from 20,000 to the most s?rlous situation that confronting the Stnto University and tho two normal schools. A letter made public by Pros. Crabboof tho Eastern Kentucky Normal school states that his Institution has not received a dollar In revenue for months. Tho letter causod sufficient excitement to bring together tho sinking fund commissioners, nt whesi suggestion tho governor Is sending tho stato Inspector to Richmond to find out Just how the Institution has been tpondlng tho money It did not get. Is Possibly The Fight on Hook Worm ago cost to tho commission for each person treated during tho last year Is tho small sum of 77 cents. In other words, It has only cost 77 cents to euro each of theso sufferers nnd lift o tho most graphic histories of tho them to a better ccalo of living. Tho work In Kentucky was begun on dlseaso ever published. Homo of tho figures, owing to tho recent In 1912, 23,028 persons being treated. Tho board announces that It exiects work dono In lleren, will undoubtedly to timt ovev n hundred thousand In provo of Intertst to our rcadors. In 11)10 tha commission owrnted In tho stuto this year, dlsiionsarles besix states mlcroKccplcnlly examining ing established in every county where 11.7S9 persons and treating 11,123. In tho Fiscal Courts or local authorities to defray 1911 tho work covered eleven states, mnko appropriation!) expenses, which Includes tho actual 90,721 being examined mlcroJcopl ally nnd 110,378 treated. In 1912 eleven cost of tho medlclim for tho treatstates were, embraced In the work ment of th Indigent. If tho cniiipnlgn la kept up, ntthe with 32ii,9Sl microscopical examinations und i:)S.".V tn'Ht'-d- . For the thr o lire; Ions rate, but n few years will bo years a total of tXI.tCI wero examin- necessary to entirely Btnuip out the u ed and 393,5.10 treated. On on average, disease, a few years will bIiow 359 iorsoiis have twvn treated icrday wealthier, happier nnd regenerated Blnco tho work began, nml the aver- - Southland. Rockefeller Sanitary Cotmnln- Jou began Its work In 1910 and Its third nnnual report has recently leeii published. This report Ih ono of Tho wnr-fnr- UNITED STATES NEWS IN OUR JWN STATE hal THE STORY WORLD NEWS Wo uro running the second Installment of our new utory this wek. it idrisnop'e Falls st Lns- t- Ntw Military Law For Germany England Is not too lato to look up IiibI week's May Increase Army and Navy jtapor uud rend the Introduction. Every Mexican Rebels Gain Victory. ono Interested In clean ixlltlw should u tuko tills opiwrtunlty to follow ACKNOWLEDGE THEY A HE Willi'-I'EImodern progressive In his struggle for gmernment of tho eplv. Too late for tho press lot week, camo tho announcement of tho fall of OUR ADS. Adrlanople, whkh has Wen expected for a number of months. The gallant Wo call tho attention of our read-er- s defeiiso of litis and other fortresses, d'fat to tho character of our ads. Wo by tho Turks who havo tho Iwst display now wo hnv on every battlefield of the war, Is the uver hud. It will bo seen thai th y sole criiuib of comfort for th' hitheraro scattered over tho various lniges to doughty fighters. and aro both homo and foreign. Two Interesting new ones will bo dlxcovir-tMME DE LAB0ULAYE t this week, the largo display tho Mablcy and Carew Company m page 2, and tho Green Seal 1'ulnt on lB , tho latter being run III the In teres i of a local advertiser. Mr. Clarks-totho hardware man. Newspapers for their aro not only beneficial uew8.and.as Tho Citizen, for Its home and farm articles, but when they havo tho right standard It is a fact that tliuv put beforo tho reading public tho best class of merchandlsx that tan be purchased and Bhow JuBtwher. ). . d n, It can Ik? had tho cheaiiest. FOR FRUIT GROWERS Kvery home owner or renter who has an orchard should rend our nrtl , clo this week on page 7 entitled "I'll" fodllng Moth." It Is hardly likely 1that tho cobl weather of the last week has dono much damage to the fruit but HUB moth will If precautions aro not taken. Kill I directions are givo for spraying w ns to Bavo tho crop, CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE PAGE ONE Nowb of tho Would Wcck.-Editorials. . Kedernto tho Churches. PAGE TWO. Two of the Aliens Electrocuted The Mayor Uses Fist Callahan Cases Called Aftain Writings Rise Up to Tafts at Now Haven Want Plague Him Delayed Mails Patterson Pardoned GenFast Train eral Buckner, Ninety Ditched Tennessee Legislature In Middlesboro Publisher and Editor MAYOR CASS1DY, A FIGHTER Goes to Court of St. James Mayor Cassldy of Lxlngton was ALLEN'S PAY THE PENALTY accosted on the streets, Sunday evenFloyd Allen and his son, Claude, ing, by a former saloon keeper, whoso sentenced to death for tlio Court-lious- o license he had revoked for violating murders In Hlllsvlllcn year ago, the Sunday ordinance some time ago. TO MEN WHO TIP THE BOTTLE were both electrocuted last Friday. After a few woids the Major was Governor Mann wns out of the state struck on tho chin by tlio saloon Keep-e-r, We have some good friends, younger nnd older ns well, in the during tho last few hours of tho crivicinity of Keren who have a weaknthfi for tipping the bottle but defended himself In great With minals, and an effort was mado to style, knocking his opponent down all such friends we wish to have an earnest friendly word. get tho Lieoutenant Governor to In- with a stroko on tho Jaw. Bystanders The blind tiger, which has been a seduction near Heren, lias retervene and commute their sentences, Inteffend, but tho Mayor had already cently received a swat in the face, and the importing of liquor through In won tho fight. but tho Governor was notified the express ollice has been stopped. Now it is up to these friends to Philadelphia, and Immediately returndecide whether, with these temptations lessened, or removed, they will CALLAHAN CASES CALLED ed to tho State, when the execution Tho case of the Commonwealth vs. seize tho opportunity to swear ofT ami be free from a wenkness which went forward. they certainly regret, or whether they will continue to be the slaves the fifteen defendants in tlio Callahan of the bottle and set their wits nt work to find new wins of indulging TAFTS LEAVE THE SOUTH conspiracy cases was called at WinTcft and family havo beeen chester, .Monday. Jurymen were suman appetite which they know is harmful. sojourning nt their winter cottago In moned from Clark County. The appetite fo.r intoxicating liquors is u kind of rdnvery. It Augusta, Ga., sinco March uth, but makes people do things they never intended to do. Men who have After a statement for tho defense they left for tho north, Friday, and Judge Renton continued the cases till committed crimes under tho iulliienceof liquor have almost invariably tho former President will take up Ills tho next term of court. het;n very much surprised to liud that they had fallen into such things. And there ate higher pleasures nnd better wnvsof having it good duties au Piofessor of Law nt Yale PLAGUED DY HIS WRITING University. time. There is work to do, there aro tunes to whistle, songs to sing, nobert W. Woolley of Kentucky horses to drive, quoits to pitch, balls to throw, visits to make, papers to bo Secretary of the TreasWANT PATTERSON PARDONED to read, dogs and guns and fishing poles. Let us all fcuvc a good Pres. Wilson Is being urged to par- ury McAdoo's selection for first astime without tipping tho bottle. don John H. Patterson, President of sistant, falls to meet the Senate's approval, It Is said, beccause of articles Continued on page fle published somo time ago criticizing that body. President Wilson Is able MRS. WHITELAW REID to sympathize with Woolley, having had llko experiences over his own River Stationary nearly a Foot Belov. Mark of '84 Both at Cincinnati writings, and tho Treasurer, it is claimand Louisville, Cincinnati Record Being About ed, will Insist upon the appointment. 70 Feet and Louisville's 45 Feet. DELAYED MAILS Mail of all kinds has been delayTlio floods In the Ohio Vnlloy, due communication Impossible, whole ed for nearly a week owing to the of cities being submerged nnd to the heavy rains falling as late as flood situation iu the Ohio Valley. Thursday, the 27th, have boon It has been almost Impossible to get the the Inhabitants being marooned In upper stories of buildings and tho mall from New York or Doston or during tho week in garrets. Inasmuch as many housed most from Chicago and northern points. Let. the hUlory of tho country. Hitherto wero absolutely washed away and ters mailed In Boston a week ago are damage has been dono tne chief hundreds of bodies wero seen in the Just arriving. tho Ohio, but tlio Iluods of the muddy watcis, eyo witnesses from a The Lexington Postofflco was delugpast week havo been unique In that dlstauco concluded that thousands and ed, Monday, with the first mall from tribuoven ten thousands of others were tho upior water com sea and the Ea-i- for a number of days, and taries of tlio Ohio have done the most lost. Whlio tho loss is comparatively that came by special car, having bean damage. And It U worthy of nolo that umall, considered In the light of the despatched to the South through TenOhio and ludluna, states practically first figures, it Is appalling and cannessee and aver the Queen and devoid of forests, have been tho chief not bo estimated by tho death list Buffcrcrc. alone. There are literally thousands A NONAGENARIAN upon thousands of people horn ss At present the waters In the Buckner, General Simon Uolllver have subsided and tho Ohio and Months and even years known p.s the sage of Glenn Lily, Is endeavoring to carry off tlio burwill not suffice for tho rebuilding cf in tho Confederate Army, havden of tho floods, and tho cities and their .homes and fortunes, though ing surrendered to General Grant nt towns along Its banks aro now the states and the nation and hundreds Fort Donaldson early In the war, and rufferein, and a week later and thru-o- of generous individuals havo como to later Governor of Kentucky, celcbrat- mofat ot tho present month, tho their rescue. 'ed his 90th birthday, April 1st. Ho Mississippi will likely bo a terror to Tho property loss Is so far without was born In 1S23 and is still hale and the people within many miles of Its definite estimate, it will certainly not hearty. fall below a hundred millions, and kinks. Tlio cities In Ohio hardest struck the flood subsides lu tlio Ohio . aJ, Labor troubles aro often caused by vi by tho floods uro Dayton, Columbus, and tho Mississippi It may pass tin men who nro trying to mnko a livHamilton, Mlnmlsbiirg, Tiffin, Chilll-cotll- billion mark. ing without work. ! Mlddletown, Freeinont, Piiiu.i, Tho disaster, viewed from the btand-jxtlHarrison, Troy, Valley Junction, of traffic, would seem to have ! Mrs. Reld Is the widow of the late There is many a wife whose bus- ZaucMvlllo, Massilou and Cloves and struck tho very vltnls of the nation, i ambassador from the United States tband belongs to tho church, who never thu destiuctlon of life estlmat U lit having put out of commission suspects that he has religion. the to Great Britain. nearly four hundred. chief railroad lines between the east In Indiana, Peru, Hrookvllle, Kort and the west. Passenger traffic beWayne and Torro Haute wero the tween Chicago, Louisville, Cincinnati chief sufferers, with n death list of and tho east was practically suspendfifty. ed for nearly a week, eveu tho malls It will bo noted that tlio first re- and teregraphle communication. ports were greatly exaggerated und Iu other columns will bo found th' necessarily so because of tlio terroriz- , flood story as regards ttlio outlying ing nature ot the floods which made districts of Kentucky. Ex-Pre- s. Floods on Upper Ohio Subsiding soc-tlo- t Crcs-ccri- it. I tilb-utnrl- es 1 Gs?n-er- al ut ro . ", MSP' ,r FERTILIZER Better and Cheaper Than Ever You can't afford to buy until you get prices, terms and analysis on one or all of the three best brands made, at EdltorUls. Tcmperanco. Sunday School l.csscu. Map of Panama Canal. PAGE THREE Fedoralo tho Chun hes(con.) Kitchen Cabinet. Hnilroading vs. Farming. Would PAGE KOUIt Loral Items. Madison County News. One of the new and charming addition! to Washington's diplomatic circle It Mme. de Laboulaye, wife of the new second secretary of the French cmbatty. Following this catastrophe, which was Inevitable, tho Porto has announc ed its acceptance of all tho terms of peace proioscd by tho Euroieau Powers, and It Is expected that hostilities will ccauo within n few weeks, tho Turks contenting themselvea with holding only Constantinople, of all their European possessions. Ultimately they will havo to treck back Into tho desorts of Asia nnd Africa unless thoy yield to tho seductions of modern progresslviBiu. GERMANY TO INCREASE ARMY Tho German Reichstag met after tho Easter holidays, Wednesday. Tho most Important measure, wlilch will como up tor discission, Is tho propos- - ' PAGE FIVE Homo Town Helps. General News. l'AGE 81X FirBt Installment of Now Story. , l'AGE SEVEN Klrst Installment cf tho Homo Course In Scientific Agriculture. Poultry. Hoys and Girls Club Worki l'AGE EIGHT EuBtoru Kentucky News. Markets. ed new military law, which provides for a largo Increase In military expenditures. It Is officially announced that tho purpose to increase the army Is not to engage lu war or to threaten other nations, but simply to be prepared in case there should bo complications. It to said to bo purely a mutter of ENGLAND UNDECIDED Tho movement In France nnd and many other continental powers toward a largo Increase In military forces la creating a good deal ot excitement la England. Tho king's speech in opening Parliament was look ed forward to with the hopo that it would givo some suggestion us to tho government's policy, but It did not. Tho iieoplo wore hoping thatatlmo of general peace was arriving, and that military expenditures might be cur tailed. England relies chiefly upon her navy, and tho English people huo not been niggardly In their appropria c. Ger-mn- tions cither for the army or navy, aud It is likely that they will nut boo themselves outstripped by any continental power. A VICTORY FOR THE HEUEI-A victory for tlio rebel forces over tho government was reported from Durango, Mexico, last Friday, both 'sides, however, heavy sustained S Equity, Globe or V. C. losses. A CORRECTION j news notes recently, the was made from Sand Gup T. G. Gay had withdrawn raco for Jailer of Jackson Couuty. Uut wo nro now authorized to state that this was a mistake, that Mr. Gay is still a candidate and to bo elected by a good majority. Wo are very sorry that this mistake occurred and shall bo glad to do everything possible to offset the Injury done. ts In our statement that Mr. from tho CHRISMAN'S "THE FURNITURE MAN" BEREA, KY. Page Two. THE CITIZEN April 3, 1913. colves a great many letters from tint outside public la sometimes compelled to pasto the signature of a correspondent on the envelop that carries An Effective Ally to the Temperance Forces A limllf newspaper for all that It rlfht, back her reply to an Interesting letInteresting;. trua and History of Temperance Reform ter. Sho has decided upon this plan as the only peaceable way of raving ftiblUhrd every ThuTwlay at tierra, Kjr Tho law should ! of Interest to The Temperance Reform movement herself from misunderstanding and of began In ITS wih the publication of every reader of Tho Citizen, whether PUBLISHING CO. lessening the burdens of the officials a pamphlet by Dr Henjamln Hush, a his sentiments are prohibition or (Inrurprntrsl) In Washington who open and return signer tho Declaration of Independ- otherwise, and It follows In full. J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. dead letters. The Christian Herald. ence, nofmember of the Constitutional TKXT OF LAW Convention and Revolutionary hi'ro. Subscription Rates Whin Strlsers Wtra Hogged. "The shipment or transportation, The history of the movement from I'AVAIILK IN sIlVANCK In the days when (Seorge HI. wns present time is lu any' manner or by any means what $1.00 Yrar . On king the law provided thru If n man Its beginning to the soever, of any spirituous, I nous, ntal; 60 Sli Months one of the most thrilling In th refused to work during nny dispute Three Month! is At Intervals It seemed ed, fermented, or other Intoxicating about wrie he should nut only be sen. world's annals. sentiment declln d liquor of any klndt from one State, send money by IW office or KiprfM Money tettced to a term tif Imprisonment, but that temiierance Order, Drift. KtRUtrreU Letter or one in J two receive n sound Hugging as well. An but the decline was only temporary, Territory, or District of Hie United cent atamps. amusing story l told which prove and decade by decade the forces wore titntes, or place noncontiguous to, The tUte after vour name on Utel showa to whit due jour ulcilllon fa paid If it it not thru even In those days there lived at rallied reenforced, advanced but subject t" the Jutlsdictlon thortof, and chanrexl within three week after renew! least one mnn, mid he no les a perground having been taken ranging Into any other State, Terrltoiy, or notify ua Miulnr numhera will lie gladly iipplleil if we sonage than the then lord mayor of all tho way from a call to the temper- District of the United States, or place re notified. London, whu ympnthlzcd with the noncontiguous to, but subject to tin Uberal tertni given to any who obtain new who, ma, was made to ate use of ardent spirits to the auttcrlptiona for us. Any one entUng u four strikers ml upon total abstinence both jurisdiction thereof, or from any for yearly aubscrlpllonscati receive The Cituen free bitterly regret his leniency In this re-- j elgn country Into any Slate, Wrrl-torfor himself for one ear pecL During Mr Wood's tenure of as to the use of ardent and fermentAdvertising rates on application or District of the I'nltetl States, sugar ed gplriu. And then came the organutllee a certain Journeyman baker, having had the audacity to go ized movements for prohibition, the or place noncontiguous to, but sub- Mpvirn or on strike fur higher wakes, wiu duly attempt to prohibit by high license, Ject to tho Jurisdiction thereof, which brought before the lord mayor and prohibition by local option and state said spirituous, vinous, malted, fercburgetl with till heinous offense The wide prohibition. mented or other Intoxicating liquor humane Mr W'tmds put him In prison. la Intended by nny person Inter stod ' The warfare has culminated within hut omitted to make an order for the tho last month, after a fight of more therein, lobe received, possessed, sold Hogging on the warrant of committal, or In any manner used, either In the so that the prisoner escaped this most thnn twenty yenra, In the ixissago of original ackage, or otherwise, In vo- huiiillhitltii: anil painful part of bis the so called Webb Hill, the successor I ASSOCIATION. KKN'Tl'CKV PRKSS latlon of any law of such State, Terriit tie had dune his to the Shephcrd-KcnyoI iti lieu il i'i Hill In Contory, or District of the United States, of throw time the sugar gress, which will bo the most effectBAD ROADS AND GOOD SCHOOLS or place noncontiguous to, but subject nig tiitu-ebefore tin- ainl mayor In ive ally of tho temiierance forces In to the Jurisdiction thereof, Is hereby following Is an extract from a nil ecstitsy of gnttlluiie. brought an Tho the nation, as it will allow local ncnliist 111 ) fur breach of the law, prohibited." very lnterestlsg and lmiortnnt contriIn temiierance matters, and the Jury were compelled to award bution, to the current Issue of Farm him damages for being Illegally de- prohibiting, as It does, the Interstate "Let not the sun go down ukh thy and Fireside: prived of his Hoggings - Pearson's shipment of liquor Into dry territory wrath." "Out of twenty. five million ihlldrt-In any stato. Weekly in the United States, less than elgh- teen million go to school. "Of those seven million children who do not go to school, half of them live in tho country, whero bad roads muddy roads, rutty roads, dangerous roads not only prevent them from getting to and from school, but by their impoverishment of the farm pre- - . vent the existence of any good tchiols for them to go to. "Many children aro killed each year walking railroads to school. Why? They have no roads to walk on. Many children each year have no schools to go to. Why? Tho roads are so bad there is no profit In farming, no money for schools, no prcgrcss, no growth no ambition. Hundreds of thousands (Fountain Square) CINCINNATI, OHIO of children yearly have to do with a lj.ttlo schooling, a little part of a term at school why? Because Father sales-floo- rs needs their help en the farm he Isn't making money enough to spare his children's tlino for nchool-day- s because he has to pay sj much for hauling his crops to market he has no profit left over for extra hired help. "Isn't It your ptoblem too Mrs. Mother? Isn't l. worth your while to agitate the qucstlcu? Isn't it worth ; ; your while to bring It up In church. I In school, m society, n club. In neigh' cA trip to Cincinnati is not complete unless you include a visit to borhood, to talk, to Inquire, to agi' Mabley Carew. have been busy for many months, reconstruc ng tate, to educate, those who don't improving and bettering, and there is now completed the finest and t e know, and perhaps don't want to know, to understand that the expense 01 tne country. store in mis of good roads Is like the expense of a new threshing-machinare now ready to say Welcome, plow cr a pair of horse3, sure to come back come to this great exposition and see the many fold in the course of time." and most beautiful The Citizen The Webb Law SUNDAY Lesson (Conducted SCHOOL. I. Berea lha National Woman's Christian Temperance Union.) by Second Quarter, For April 6, 1913. TO PREVENT LIQUOR TRAFFIC I THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. . Qovtrnor Hilnei Heartily Applauded for Stand He Takes on Enforcement of. Statutes, Once and only once during the ing of Oovernor Unities' splendid address, says tho Portland Evening Kx press, did the members of the legislature and the Interested spectators break forth In hearty anil spontaneous applause. This wns when he spoke of the liquor law. "I shall do all In my power during my term of offlce," said the governor, "to encournge the honest enforcement of nil our statutes against the liquor tratllc; and I ask all good cl'lzens who nt have the love of their fellow-meheart to Join with me In this umtortak ing. 1 especially ask tho press of tho state, without regnrd to Its political or party allegiance, to help In creating a public sentiment against rum selling and rum drinking. It can do more to help or morn to hinder In this cause than any other influence In the stntn No one chu doubt tho curse of Indicating liquors to those who use them. Science has proved their certain destruction to health Hnd life, lluslness no longer tolerates them. The man seeking employment with rum on bis breath finds no work, but Is relegated to the realm of.trnmpdom. Tho business man who Indulges In its use tery soon finds that he has no credit at the bank. The transportation companies do not find It safe to employ men who drink. Tho farmer who returns home from town drunk has the contempt of his neighbor, his wife and children, and their pity and sympathy. Tho professional man who was once called brilliant, with the remark that 'It Is too bnd he drinks," Is now called a fool for throwing his life away No sane man In the light of modern Investigation and science, can give nny excuse for the ush of Intoxicating liquors or for tho grog shops from which they are dispensed. "Tho mm whoso business It Is to sell liquor In violation of Inw Is, hs it rule, too lazy and shiftless to do anything else. He Is In that business for the money he can make out of It. ami when once hu has engaged In It, he so demoralized that afterward ho Is disqualified for nny other vocation, The money he takes, especially from tho laboring mnn, to whom ho harm, cannot be .pent docs for clothing, food or other necessities or luxuries of life " rendliinu-Rura- l . ! ! Text of the Lesson, Gen. xxvll, 2234. Memory Verses, 33, 34 Golden Text, Isa. xxx, IB Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Slaarne. I ' 11 , y, . . 11 n lf - . and improved store. New have been added, New elevators constructed, New entrances built, walls removed and the entire interior of the building remodeled. ted TX"ELCOME you to their Seten other suns. Including Ishmnel, having liecn born tn aro recorded Abraham by bis tovondnry vlrcn, but to Ihiiiic he gnvo nil his poiicmlons (xxv, 1, S, fi) mid sent the others nwny unto the oust country. Abraham lived ITS yenrs, nnd when he tiled Isaac nnd Ishmnel Inld bU body lieldo that of Bnrnlt In the enve of Mnehpclnti (xxv, While he lived he looked for the city whli li tut t ti fouiulnllnns whoso builder mid maker li (!od (lleli. xl. 10, lili. nnd he It still uniting for It and for the eompleln fulfillment of tho promise made to blm as heir of tho world (Horn. Ir, 1.1). Time Is long to us, but not to Illm to whom n thotisnnd yenr lire but ns jesterday when It Is pnst (Pit xc. 41 nml nt it wntrh in Urn night It N restful to see Kino dwellln the well Ijihiilrol, the well of Hint llveth nml seelh me (txv. It; xvl. He wns forty yenrs old 14, margin). when he married Itclieknh, nnd he wn sixty when the twins Jnrob nnd lisnti were iKirn It forelxHles trouble to rend Hint lsnne lnvitl INnu, but l!el'knli nnd the loved Jneob (xxv. "JO. reason given for Isaac's lore for Kami does sound tery cnrlhly. I'uturtt were not nny more rcnl to Ksatl thnn they nre to multitude-- ! today. A mess of pottage wn more to him ns n hungry mnn thnn his birthright (xxv. LI) .10. nnd for this he is spoken of ns n profnnc person, or, ac conling to Weymouth, "ungodly" (Heli. xll. IO) Think of the profanity nlKiund Ing everywhere lieeiitise the god of this, world Is Minding so many eyct to the realities of the future kingdom and glory In rhnpler xxvl we rend of liuine'11 failure on the same line 011 which his fnther h.id fultisl twin, lu ending tils wife his xlsler to MM' his own life (Uen. xll nml xx). In xxvl, 4. we have the Mar promise confirmed In Isaac, we how greatly and lit teres him and how very the Lord lilessi-rich the blessing of the Ixird makes m-- o d Thousands of dollars have been expended to make this store the best of its kind anywhere. We EVIL EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL Investigations Among Soldiers Show That Liquor Lessens Enduring Qualities While Marching. (Hy COI. L MKItVIN MAl'H. Mr.llcal Corpa, United Htatfa Army ( I I pan We "QUEER" PEOPLE Every neighborhood has what are called "queer" folks. Sometimes It Is a woman who Is "queer;"' sometimes a man whe Is "jiecullar."' As a rule, a man or a woman Is "queer" the moment he or she docs something different from tho way others In the community do the came thing. Let a woman chance, for Instance, to hae tho slightest spark of Individuality in her ideas of dress, and if those ideas happen to differ from tho prevailing modes, or from the dress of her neighbors, she is at once "queer." Supiiose u. woman's neighbors do not happen to be Interested in the same things In which she is Interested, and she chances theieby to keep somewhat to herself so that she may pursue the thingi which attract her in other words, let her think that her time Is of more value to her than to spend it listening to the gossip of her neighbors and In "vlsttln" 'round'" or "calling" that woman Is at once adjudged "queer." Suppose a mother happens to believe that to be with her children at home Is a greater plea3uro to her, and possibly a greater benefit to her children, and she prefers to stay with tbem Instead of rushing off here to a "tea" or there to a "card-partyor, In other words, supiwse she happens to be one of those women who love their homes and their children and, worse than all, their husbands better than the world outside end tho things that she thinks don't count for quite so much, you are told that she Is a "very peculiar woman: nice, oh, yes charming In many ways, but so-- o peculiar. Queer, you know "Ladles Home Journal, ," entire fourth floor in which are displayed more handsome European and American model hats than you can see in any other establishment. largest exclusive women's and girls' garment floor in Cincinnati. An exhibition on the third floor of handsome Coats, Suits and Dresses for girls, misses and women, all reasonably priced. c4 millinery department occupying the The second floor twenty thousand square feet devoted to men's and boys' clothing. The fifth floor a great permanent exposition of women's girls' and children's shoes and women's furnishings. On the main floor are men's furnishing, men's hati, men's shoes, gloves, hosiery, novel- ! ( ; ' During the Swedish alcoholic Investigations among soldiers a number of picked noncommissioned officers nnd men were selected for rifle practice, The tests covered a number of days, part of which time the men wero tried out with small quantities of alcohol, about 1W ounces of brandy The results were Invariably thp same When nlrohot was taken during quick fire, the hits were 30 per cent less, although the men Imagined they were firing quicker When slow aiming was allowed the difference, was CO per rent In favor of abstaining days During the marching tests some of the men were alcohol, while others wero of Its use The drinking men were found far Inferior In marching and enduring qualities, besides nil of the sunstrokes and heat exhaustions occurred among the drinking class. As n result of these experiments the Austrian soldier Is not allowed to carry brandy on his person, as was previously the rase. Our Greatest Foe. Dr Howard A Kelley of Johns Hopkins hospital, Ilnltlmore, characterizes the liquor traffic as follows: "Had alcohol never been discovered, and were It then In my power. to portray the effects of such a discovery, all men, without exception, would declare It Impossible to conceive of nny more diabolical plan for the deprada-tloand destruction of the human race. Our greatest foeB are the manufacturers and the distributors of alcohol. The story of Injuries done by drink Is so written In tho sad life history of many of our greatest men; la so evident throughout our Innd In squalor, poverty, misery and crime, and replete In prisons, workhouses and asylums, as well as In domestic Infelicity, that it Is Inconceivable that any Intelligent, rational man can deny the necessity for strong, united action to rid tho land of both manufacturer know of. china departments ties of all kinds. The basement floor houses g the best and house-furnishin- we n Again Welcome. Come to Cincinnati, come to Mabley C& Carew, Fountain Square, come right up from the depot, make yourself at home, use our big home-lik- e rest room, check your valises and hand baggage, use our information bureau, write your letters, all this with our compliments. We asaurt you a rood courteous treatment whether you come to purchase or not, and If you do purchane we deliver your iruodi uur OJInty iree oy lunr-room series nice little lunches at a very small price. fat ; A t IS 33 Cincinnati's Grtat Style Exposition daily at The Mabley & Carew Co. Fountain Square, Cincinnati, Ohio. gj an distributor." ILLEGIBLE SI6MATURES A word may be said as to the legibility of a slgnaturo. Dozens of people write plainly and legibly until they reach tho page where they sign their name. The signature trails oft vaguely, vowels and consonants running Into one another until the unfortunate Individual who receives the letter li puzzled to ascertain from whom it has come. A woman who re- - Abstinence la Essential, James Thorpe, the champion of the Olympic gamos, Is an Indian, and discussing the welfare of the Indian race, he said: "Total abstinence It essential to my people. The average Indian cannot drink temperately. Ills Idea of temperance Is like that of tho country gentleman who said: "I drink brandy only on two occasions when I have roast chicken for dinner and when I haven't." Detroit Free Press. beautiful Incident Is telntetl In verses IT to 3.1 ns to how yielding Instead of strife iiiiiken manifest the life of Christ In us. The Phllbtlnei hnd rilled up some of Abraham's wells. Isaac reopened one. nnd then they claimed It ns theirs, nnd he let tbem have It. He reopened another, and tbey claimed that one, too, nnd he Ut them have It When he rvoeu!sl a third fur Home rensou they did not strive for th.it. letter they came to him to ma I. e n covenant with him and gave ns their reason for desiring It. "We saw certainly that the Iml win w Ith thee" (verse iSi). Hnd he contend, cd with t hem mid Insisted on keeping qulto the wells, which would have right In the e en of the world, the) would have seen Isaac nml not the Ionl. but be bail learnisl the lesson of f rather taking wrong mid suffering to be defrauded (I Cor. vl. 7). It Is most interesting to nolo that the same day his servntils lu digging a well found witter (xxvl. ,TJ It Is liulcvil sad to have to turn from such a Ixstiitlful Incident to the lesson for today, which Is record of nwful illicit mid lying nnd. worst of nil, a mother putting her sou up to It mid culling down the consequences tisin her own hem) (xxvll, 131 Her aim was to bring the father's blessing iimmi the son whom lu loved, but if she had onh l.ellovcil Cod mul left the Hinder In UN hands He would not have fallisl to keep Ills word, for He had told her lie fore the Imijs were Ixirn that the elder Miould mtvi the younger (chap xxv. "ill There Is everywhere Pxla tendency to help the Lord to do wha He Iiiih 110 thought of doing, nnd Hint Is to win the world to Himself In this ago. with lie devil Mill doing bis devilish work There also kik-I- a hick of confl ileme In (iiHl nml His plan fur Ills kingdom th.it many religions Nplc try to work out their own plan, thinking thus to help Cod. The devil hates the love of io, the patience of (lod. the piirposf.if ti'Hl, mid Is as busy with many of the people of Cod us he was with Itelieknli Hint day, but they are lillmlisl mid coiicellisl (II Cor Iv, 3, 4. Itoin xl, Jo This record of Itebeknli makes us think of another mother who wiim her niii's counselor to do wickedly (11 C'lirou x xll. Ill, hut one would hate to associate Itebeknli with such as Atliulhili, though It is true of nil that the heart Is illicit fill nnd desperately wicked mid Hie carnal mind Is enmity against Cod (.ler xvll, U; Hum. vill, 7). If some of us have not developed the Kill mi degree of Iniquity 11s others It Is only the grace of Cod Hint has kept us. Note the lie upon lie of this story: "1 am Khiiii, thy firstborn," "The Lord thy Cod brought It to me," "1 am thy very son Kmiu" (verses ID. SO, Hut he wiik found out even ns It 1" written. "He sure your sin will Hnd you out" (N11111 xxxtl, 23), though those words were used In a wholly different sense when uttered or written We do well to remember Hint "Cod shall bring every work Into Judgment, with every secret thing, whether It be good or whether It ho evil" (Keel. xll. 14). This may have dee Hie tlrst but certainly not the last story of kid glove deceit on record tx-ehim-sel11 s i 11 one. A April 3. 1913 THE CITIZEN. LETTER FROM PROF. Page Three. NOTED SPEAKERS WILL BE HEARD When Kentucky 0006E Pineville's New Enterprise' has been formed In PInevlllo with n capital of $.".0,000 to manufacture nnd sell a spring motor, tho Invention of Mr. II. L. Pitman of that place. Tho motor Is so arranged that It will run n sowing machine for flvo or bIx hours without rewinding, a fan for cooling the room, or dynamo making sufficient electricity to light tho house, Mr. Pitman also proposes to place storage springs In the walls of the A .Motor Company I Educational Association Meets, GATHERING AT LOUISVILLE. Program Committaa of K. E. A. Ex tramaly Fortunate In Seeurlna 8rv Ictt of Many Diatlngulahad Edueatera and Sptakara of National Reputation. Partial Lilt Olvan Hara. If ntvar thara, you ought to go. If avar thara, you'll want to go. Tht' program committee of the Ken-- ' turky Ideational nHsiKiiitlon linn been extremely fortunate In seourliiK tho unices nf prnrtlcnlly nil the promt-nrii- t HiH'nkcrs Hint wero orlclimlljr so-- ( lecteil fur tln Kntlierliu: In Imlnvlllc on April :m 11,1 Mny 1. '1 and a. The mimic will Ik iiill varied, nn It la planned to lmv liluh m'IkmiI kIoo clubs, dim ebonine? nml orpui reeltnN. llefore Ihi'uiiiIiik president of Hip 'niunr Institute of Twhiiotocjr of Chicago l)r, (imiftiiuliti occupied some of In city. Hint the Inrnct pulpit Whether Dr. iiiiixniiliiM tnlked In liU ehurtii or Ln 0111 of rhlrniro's prent theaters, lip iilwnyn liml n large audi-noto IMpii to li tn say big thing tu plpinllil, big wny. Dr. CiinKniiltit' Iprtnrc dnte have carried liltn nil over tho roiinry In tin' winter, nml during Hip slimmer lip la Iwhjh In ilemnml nn n populnr tilker. One of Hie finest thing I ilMiut Dr. Gutimiilu tlmt. although hp N iMipnlnr. In- - hit h never fulled to any trout:. vigorous thing, 11 I Clinu-tnmin- ' ' Unicoi, Tcnn., March 22, 1913. To tho Editor of The Citizen: 1 hnd lived In tho tlmo of nineteen I'rpsldcnta, nnd never hnd Been one Inaugurated. Ho, fearing I should not ho cotomKrnneous with as many more 1 promedlatedly arranged to ho nt tho nation's capltol on tho 4th lnt. Winning to get "tho my of tho land." beforehand, like tho man who took a threo 111 lie run In IiIh preparation to jump over a fence, I was on hand twelve dnyo In ndvalice of tho great ovent. I soon concluded that others besides myself wero excepted, for th chief Industry nt Washington, during tho Intervening time, If wo except the night nnd day lahorn of Congress upom the "pork barrel" appropriation bills, Reemed to ho the erection of scuts (or beholding tho great Innugural parade. These occupied vacant lots, fnint yards, verandas, front rooms, nnd eve roofs of hulldlngB some of them eight or ten stories high, nlong the mile nnd a half traversed by the man hers. In this wny perhaps one tenth of the half million spectators were able, like myself, to havo scata for the five hours required to view the IuiihjkIiik by the regular pa gen 1 prencntcd 11 trlilrh will tin uniitul liv a aliintl on tho roof of tho bouB", thus furnishing sufficient tiowcr with no exiiense, except the Initial outlay, to do all the work of a modern home Hint enn be donj by machinery. A plant hnB been bought at a cost of 11,500 anil $G,C0O worth of machinery ordered. A number of sewing mapontu windmill SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Berea's Vocational Schools g Training that adds to your chines constructed In Mr. PItmnn'ti private plant arc already In use, Tho Htockholdera nre practically all local capitalists. which of two men was really n cerhusbnttd, colored woman's found the proprietor's son, 15 yents old at that tlmo. Wo had been guests for a day, until the case was settled, tlio threatened bloodshed averted. Now I ato In tho Bamc place ns of yore, and went up to the same room where we slept that night after months of lying on the ground. And this man's son Is now President of a State Normal School In Oklahoma. One man whom I visited had tsome recollection of Comrade Monger and me, who visited their home then, three times, he being less Hinn seven yenrs old, Ho well remembers hearing his parents talk of us, with appreciation, for years afterward. Thrre wero oUter striking reminders of the flight of time children nnd grandchildren of the former acquaintances having risen to prominence. I will say but little about my visits to South Carolina's three chief money-earninpower, combined with general education. FOR YOUNO MKN Agriculture, Carpentry Printing, Commercial. FOR YOUNG LADIES HomcScIenco, Drcsunaklng, Cooking, Nun-Ing- , Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Colonel Hanry Exall. ! nn Inxplnitlon to thp triii- ttvn who utti iiil the Kentucky Kducn. to listen to Colonel tlonnl Kxall of Tetn. I.nxt .Iniiiinry the Commercial club of I.nuUvHlc hntl Colo-ncl Kxull n the speaker nt the nnnnnl New Year gathering nnd he simply electrified the men present. rVunethlnc over two year ago Coin- dpI Kxnll decided Hint It wns time for Texas In tukp ran- - of her Moll, Now, It will troops, mllltla of twenty states, the stove plpo hatted governors, the thou, sand Princeton students, nnd unbounded Tttmmany. Some of the hundred bauds bad from a hundred to h hundred nnd fifty members. Through the courtesy of n Senator I bad one of the two twain at his disposal, to witness tin Impressive exercises In tho Senato Chamber. And two rich hwirs they were. There was no stint of time for studying the hnndsomc Mrs. Wllnon nnd her three , happy daughters, Just across the corner, for like them, I had a front neat tho Senate Gallery. 1 heard rend j In a veto message from tlio President, , sent In almost at the expiring gasp saw that thrilof the old Congress. ling turning back of the hands of the clock, to help Congress catch nnother breath. 1 gazed tiiou the succession of ceremonious entrance ujkju the main floor of tho hall each Impressively announced, end each time the Senators nnd the galleries rising and standing In cllcncc. First enme the House of Representatives; after a forsuitable Interval, tho forty-fou- r eign diplomats. In garbs ranging from n civilized drews suit to that of a circus clown or "big chief" In his war paint, then, the Supreme Court Justices In Unir somber robes; and last, President Tnft, President elect Wilson, and Vlco Pres. elect Marshall. Tho last named was then obllgofd, his well phrased Inaugural rend, by him tho new Senate sworn In, four nt a time, nnd then we all went cut upon the grent platform, on Uie rntt side of the capltol, to see Tnft lay 1 cities, Interesting as they arc. Unless I hasten to a close, 1 fear your stock of capital I's may bo exhausted, I traversed tho waters' of Charleston harbor to Fort Moultrie, sailing past Fort Sumter end Cnetle Plakncy. I visited the graves of John C. Cqlhotin and Robert Y. Hayne. At Columbia tho first object to attract attention, upon entering the State Capltol, was tho ordinance of Secession, done In bronzo so that the shame of It can never fade. Hut succeeding geneia-tlon- s will reverence It Icsb, and ultimately all South Carolina will love those who havo built up and defended our glorious Union more than anger." those who short slghtedly sought to I went through Leaving Richmond destroy It. North Carolina. I was some hours at A part of tho trip would have been Greensboro, where my army discharge much enjoyed by Mrs. Dodge, but were Is dated. Two or three days she had not quite regained her usual the strength sufficiently to undertake It. spent at nnd near Thomasvllle, scene of somo Interesting experien- DuIng my nbsence she was happily army ces, when tho restraints of domiciled In U10 ndjolnlng yard nt the life were so far relaxed as to ermlt homo of my brother and sister (In for catls nt the homes of families law) Prof, and Mrs. Lawrence. forty-eigmiles around. Though almost years have elapsed and nearly "lie that Is faithful In that which all whoso acquaintances I then innde Ic least Is faithful also in much." are now gone, this renewal, of old "Nor know est thou what argument associations was one of the most Thy life to thy neighbor's croed pleasant experiences of my life. At has lent." one place where I was sent wiUt a comrade, John Barrett, still livclown his gnat burdens nnd Wilson dear "God gives eery bird Its food, but take them up, The taking of the oath ing In my native county, to decide does not throw It Into the nest." ht of office by tho new Chief Magistrate exemplified Republican brevity and simplicity. There being a "liundrfd thousand, or iterhnps a few more who wished they were In hearing distance, each one could not bo expect d to I kiss Judgment uion the Inaugural address, first hand. President Wilson, possibly not nwnro of my presenc:', perulstently faced the vast throng of common people who were forced to Htnnd, and so I got tho Itinugurnl from tho newspapers Just us you did. llut I read It after the fireworks, that night, nnd went to rest feeling that the country Is safe. And almost everybody seems to feel the same way. Wc all love our President and his charming family, even though we did not vote for them. Tho country saved, ("On to Richmond" became my slogan, I doubt If nnybody ever saw more of Hfe old Confederate capltol, In Ipbb than twenty-four hours. 1 vlalted the fields of tho hard fought battles of Fair Oaks and Seven Pines. There, In 1802, army reached a point within eoven miles of the Rebel capltol. It took nearly three years to finish tho Journey. I saw statues of Confederate Idols almost as plentltul as Uioso of heath'Mi gods used to be nt Athens. In the really fine Hollywood cemetery, I stood by the Inst resting placo of two Presidents, Monroe and Tyler. And there, also, was the tenfold finer tomb, better kept nnd more ostentatiously Inscribed, of the allegI ed President, Jefferson Davis. turned away more In norrow than In tain 1 General Education for those not far advanced, combined with ome vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wi can put you with others llko yourself and give chance for most rapid progress. 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For thott who are not expecting to tcath and who are not going through College, lut deslro more general education. This Is Just tho thing for thoso preparing for medical studies or other professions without a col lego course. It also gives tho best general education for those who wish a good start In study a'.td 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 arc so arranged that young people can tcacll through the cummer and fall and attend school through the wlntir and spring, thus earning money to keep right on In their course of study. Read Clnsmore'o great book, "How to Teach a District School.1 5th Door 6th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College and provides standard This Is tho straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy lc now Berea's largest department. This Is tho crown of the wholo Institution, courses In all advanced subjects. Questions Answered UEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with Ha affiliated schorls, Is not a money-makin- g Institution. It requires certain fees, but It expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of Its student, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as possible for students to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may bo sick tho College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except thoso with parents In Berea live In College buildings, and many assist In work of boarding hall, farm and ihops.recehing valuable training, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except In winter it is expected that all will have a chance toearna part of theirexpen-ses- . Write to tha Secretary before coming; to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with dlfftient people. Berea favorB plain clothing. Our climate Is the best, but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes, are necessary. THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost. Tin College 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 tablo board, without coffiee or extras, $1.35 a week, in the fall, and $1.S0 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc This is paid but once, and Is returned when tho student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL 'FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hosoltal, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift) The Incidental Foa for most students Is $5.00 a term; In Academy and Normal fC.OO ana $7.00 in Collegiate courses. PAYMENT' MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by Hie half term. Installments are as follows: BICKNELL Sb HARRIS, Real Estate Agents BEREA, KENTUCKY A FEW OF THE BARGAINS WE ARE OFFERING Number 1. We IKIVC5000 acres o( coal anil tint-Ite- r l.iml in Harl.in Co., Ky eight miles from liar-l.tTown, (in Martins Foik ol Ctitnbeil.ind River for sale, 'litis coal lam! is the finest in the state nut! has ns much as 30 fiet of coal in the hills. titts ttinniiiK in thickness (rout 3 to : 1 feet. Geological tepoits show that it is fine coke quality. Hesides the coal proposition their are many acres of finest white oak anil all kinds of timber. We can sell llis lam! from So ncies to 5000 in one Mock. Titles are absolute. Write for further n till. iVUA.NK W OLSMAl Ll'H. when Colonel Uxnll decides HiIiikh ouitlit to be done thu things usually bao it way of getting done. He at once Iniiilgiirnted the Texas Industrial $10,0(K) In concrcNM, which offered gold ns (Hires for crop In nil parts of Texas. It wits soon evident Hint Hip , $10.ion In gold h um the least exenxlve part of the undertaking for the various contestants must be kept In touch with ' each other nml the congress. The cost $.iO,(m for tho tlrst LXJye"r- rnUed the funds "'"'"'l ? This year 1,000 men, women, boys and girls contested for the prizes and the whole state Is awake to thu fact that results nre being produced. In fact this feeling bus become so strong Hint a group of business men nre preparing to lluniiee the Terns Industrial congress for period of three years. Dr. Charles Evens. Dr. Charles Ktnus Is president of the Btnte Normal school nt l'dmond, Okln, He Is a transplanted Kcntticklnn, nnd like nny number of transplanted Ken. tucklans he has made good In the stnto of his adoption. He grew up with tho country, nnd grew up big. In fact ho has grown mi big Hint be In how lielng pokeii of ns the next state sucrln-teudeu- t of Oklahoma. His new Imok. "Growing n I.Ifo," published by Hand, McNnlly .V Co., Is favorable, comment receiving from prominent ediicntors In nil parts of tho H will probnbly bo adopted country. s one of the Kentucky rending circle books for the ensuing year. Dr. Alston Ellis. on the Another of (he Kentucky lCducntloual association Is Dr. Alston Kills, president of the Ohio university nt Athens. For twelve yenrs he hns been making history nt Hie University of Ohio, so he li sure to havo something worth while to say to the teach'ng force of his homo tato. It Is said that his love for Kentucky bn never been dimmed by his service out of the state. In fact It Is rumored that he will build n handsome homo t Fort Thomas, ICy., where he will mldo after leaving tho university In The following business and property must be sold together with property described above. This is ajiusincss house, two story frame building, 25 x 60 on a lot 40 x 80 anil is the only hardware stoie 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 grnss, 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 papetetl. This farm will cost you 20.00 per acre. Number 7. We also havo residence property and building lots in the beautiful College town, Berea, Ky., for sale on reasonable terms and prices. Number 8. Blue grass farm, in Clark Co., thirteen miles south of Lexington, containing 107 acres, well fenced, lays almost in a square, pike running thru farm. Residence and all necessary buildings in good repair, and as good blue grass land as there is in Clark Co. This farm can he had now for 100.00 per ncre. This is a gnat bargain. Write to us at once. We have some very fine boundaries oak, chestnut oak, poplar and other kin'ds of timber for sale. If interested write us. Number 9. of white WINTER TERM VOCATIONAL AMU SCHOOLS FOUNDATION ACADKMV AND NORMAL Incidental Fee Room Board 6 weeks .. .. $ 6.00 6.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 COLLEGE $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 Amount due January 1, 1913 .. .. Board for 6 weeks, due Feb. 12, Total tor term If paid In advance SPRING Incidental Fee Room Board '"H particulars. a health resort and Number 2. This property hotel in Russell Splines, Russell Co., Ky., and consists of ten nnd three quarter actes. Fronting 470 feet on Main Street, .three actes in original forest, and lawn. In center of lawn a mineral spring propof national reputation for its health-givinerties. Three acres in pasture, balance in wood-lauFrame hotel, two stories, sixteen rooms, well arranged and lighted. Cottage of eight rooms, stock barn of ten stalls and all necessary out buildings. Hicknell and Harris owns this property and it is now for sale or lease for the year 1913. Write for prices. Number 3. This is a business proposition in tlio town of Russell Springs, Russell Co., Ky. The real estate consists of a lot 40 x 80 on Main Street with a two storj btick building, 25 x 60 nil, well ai ranged and equipped with counters and shelves. 1'ttce 4,000. Present stock of general merchandise will invoice, say about ty, 000. 00. cli.au and dependable. Can sell prescents to the dollar, or ent slock now at ninety-fiv- e 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 as the other one but however is a good one. Thirteen acres level land, seven acres cleared, the rest in small timber, with young orchard, new framed five room residence, ceiled and papered thruout, with good well water in back porch. Good nine stall stock barn and all necessary out buildings. This property lays one quarter of a mile from post office, Russell Springs, and is worth 1,500.00. i g d. a.SO $30.7O $ 6.00 $3I.70 $ 7.30 TERM , $ 6.00 4.00 6.75 15.75 6.76 21.60 0.00 6.75 17.75 6.75 24.60 6.00 6.76 18.75 6.75 25.50 6 weeks Amount due March 26, 1913 Board 6 weeks duo Apr. 30, 1913 . .... 11 Total for term If paid In advance $22.00 nor S24.00 money $25.O0 for books or Total $36.00 36.00 18.00 This laundry. docs not Include the dollar deposit Special Expenses Business. Fall Winter Stenography and Typewriting .. ..$14.00 $12.00 12.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) .. .. 14.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) Business course studies for students In other departments: 7.00 6.00 Srinjr $10.00 10.00 5.0U Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use of Instrument Com. Law, Com. Oeog., Com. Arlth., or Penmanship, each .. able-bodi- ed yo-un- 10.50 7.00 2.10 9.00 6.00 1.80 7.60 5.00 1X0 27.00 18.00 C.4C pro-tra- Number 10. The best farm anywhere near Rcrea. Just outside of corporation, containing 100 acres, all newly fenced, and in four fields, water in tuch field. All kinds of fruit, best farm house in the country, good barn and out buildings. This farm can now bo had for 125.00 pe'r acre. If you are in the market for anything in our line, write us what you want, and we will try to please you. In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or Any woman can get an education at Berea it thore is the will to do bo. It Is a great advantage to continue during wintor and spring and have a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste tlm In the pubiki schools going over and over the same things, when they might be Improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies with ome of the beat young men aad women from other counties and states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be signed by some former Berea student or some reliable teacher er neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, Spring Torrn opened Wednesday, March 26th. HURRY. For Information or friendly advice write to tho Secretary, 1015. D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. i Page Four. nil-- ; CI l IZliN. .1 April 3, 1913. Jiiehf of TnTiies, Canada, TtriiwH atlcn tlon to the Mslhllltles of establishing; s local Iron Industry on tho coast of llrlttsh Columbia. At present tho coat inniiiifactureil and olsowhero v heavy, and for some tlmo pant Is the question nf local production 1ms The report rebeen often discussed. ferred to stntes (tint although tho Humility nf ore In sight cannot bo set down, good material, consisting largely of mngnetltes, Is certainly nvallabje. while there Is an sbuiiilnnt supply of fuel nnd fluxes at present In existence, snd water lratisHirt Is Inrgely avail-nhlsllmnted cost of producing a Ion of Iron Is glwti ns JIO, nnd iresent of Mm approximate cost at delivered nt the works, Cellnlon No Victoria, ns $21 to 28 a ton. of Ir id ti eooooaoooooosoooooooooo4i6oooioo 9 President Breaks Precedents ..., G. His aim plain Is to encourago clothes, dispensing with all Bold braid. G. Motorcvclo Dol Iconic to follow his automotillt havo boon discontinu11 o o o NEWS ocoooooooooo DR. BEST, DENTIST President Wilson already tins a long list of precedent, which he Is ....... , lie iirxi ni rrtiiiiiti wiiii ui t uriiiii:. BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A 9 lniortnnce was tho black-ej-- e given OF VARIETY OF SOURJHS to tho Inaugural Hall. 2. Sine ho shaves himself, tho favor- 'cd barber coutd be dlsjiensed with. Mrs. J. Hurdett" Is confined to the .1. Pie humeri were excluded. Hospital, this week, by a surgical op-- 1 4. The President Is said to go to eratlon. H Is hoied by her many church to worship, not to be seen. will soon recover. friends that 1 LOCAL PAGE I ed. oaooaoooaoaooaoooaoi J Phone 505 CITr IMIONK I3S IIAV FOR SAl.K: $12 per ton, W. get back Into school next year. Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. A. Ogg. Berea, Ky. Phone 117-Miss Smith, Prvs. Frost's Secretary, A Jolly crowd of students went out left this week for a short vacation to Undo Tom's Cablti. Monday, tak- - 'with her parents at St. Augustine. DAN H. BRECK The Florida. ine their lunches with them. Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock day was all that could have been Mr. MacU Morgan of Spalney, Ky.. hoped for, and a good time was reiKrt- - g j. wtn ua nga ror 0 8hort visINSURANCE ed. Prof. May, Dr. Smith and MIm t. Mr. Morgan was In school here Will sign your bond. Sinclair accompanied the party. a8t year. 2. Richmond, Ky. North Bound, Local 7:00 a. m. 10:66 p. m, Knoxrllle J:52 a. in. 1:07 p. m BEREA 7M6 a.m. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati Cincinnati South Dound, Local 8:16 p.m. 6:30 a. m. 12:34 o. m. 12:33 a. ni hkiika 7:00 p. m. 5:60 a. ra. Knoxvllle Miss Myrtle. Witt left for her home Express Train. at Witt Springs, last week. Mr. Dwlght Wlllett, one of our en- No. 32 will stop at Berea to tako thusiastlc Christian workers, was or- on paasengeri for Dayton, O., Rich dalned for tho ministry last Thursday mond, Ind Indianapolis, Ind., Colum- afternoon. Ills father. Rev. Wlllett, 0., and points beyond. South Bound. pastor of the Baptist church at Har- dlnsburg, was present on tho occasion. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati 11:55 a. m. Miss Myrtle Click, of the College BEREA Hospital, was called to Barbourvllle No. 33 will stop to take on pas- sengers for Atlanta and points b- last Saturday to nurse Miss Walker, a teacher at that place. ond. of L.IK i'&rk. Mnmlnv nffi.pllnnn North Bound Ilinlli, Iimi-I- i Jlr. . H. ,. "::.:.' u- 4:45 p. in. , BEREA .uii-" ...... w .u b in iwu aim iu j S:50 p. in. days. Mrs. Bo wors will not attend Cincinnati Hall during Vesper hour, Monday and Studebaker bug- better and cheaper thau ever at Chrlsman's. Notes with security tad.) accepted. Mr. and Mrs. 11. Muncy returned to Berea last Friday from a visit to their old home In Clay County. Some . .. . .. . ... . ... , . . oi metr inenu-- in uerva m about them owing to the tioou Bitua- tlon, but, wiuie tney saw uianj streams that were higher than ever known, much damage that had been dono to property and roads that were almost Impassable, they report the trip otherwise very pleasant, mi8S Clifford E. Hunter from the Baptist Missionary Training school at LoU3Vlo was visiting Berea at to tB0 week. She spoke tne jMt the Ladles Missionary Society nt the Old Hickory uii-u- ( Miss Leunle Alcorn, who was Ing the N'ormnl course, left for her home at Witt Springs last Wednesday on account of 111 health. MIsj Alberta Norwell, a student In the Normal Dept., spent Sunduy and Monday with her parents near t'l n i ... ii. l.i. owwu, tak-gles, " r. .;: .:.: u ; "i.i. IJSU-OT- ;. ,.j Frnzler carts at Chrlsman's (ad.) cent fertilizer Is known by Mr. H. E. Taylor has been sick for everybody. Sold at Welch's, (ad) several days, but Is Improving. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Curt Tvrrill, Mr. Jas. C. Bowman and family I .Un ot.1i n 11 tinunrl bn. ' , - moved, the first of the week, to th Mrs. Martha Ely was called to Howfrom ard. Mo., last Tuesday on account of j(jn m the llluess of her sister. Mrs. U) Dr. Porter and Edgar Moore have started but had to turn uacu, affr purchased the Drug store on Main on account pelting as far as Indiana, Su from tne Berca Drug Co. They of high water and washouts. Five cars of fertilizer now on sale moQth -0 Chrlsman's. g MItche travP,n rtlM. BuckMiss Sarah Ely returned to fop gwlft horn, Wednesday. (iuartera are now at St. Louis, Mo.. 16 per Everything that transpires In tin cabinet Is to bo made public S. Tho Sabbath Is to bo observed In . MAIL ORDER TRUST METHODS tho White House. do- - Advertlied Qoods Usually Oarely With- 3. All Intoxicating drinks arc In Letter of Attractive Catalogue barred. and Circulars. died, Wednesday night. The remains MonoMiy thrives nnd prospers on were laid to rest In the Silver Creek substitution and fraud. The largo cemetery, mall order houses sell their good Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis spent Sal from vivid pictures and glowing ili- .... ...... n.i.l ..tltl 111)11 day with his uncle, John Davis. n.llitl....d IIUJ I".? rLlliUlll Tl. in. ..... i Mr. Hill Kelley Is very sick. ffor,j t0 IM,y ,oro to ,mHl0 w, make Mrs. C. T. Todd and Mrs. Mary Bar their catalogues, their pictures mid ley spent Friday evening with Mrs, 1'.. descriptions than to the working men nnd laborers who manufacture the J Lakes. The cardinal principle of Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson a Whites Station fpent Saturday night or tlielr liusliicss is to il leriniiHi be price nnd description which will with their uncle, O. E. Anderson. midt nltMirlti'.i ... Ilia, on ; Tho Misses Brownie Kelley and Kva T,R , h(11 fl )IuC), Johnson spent Saturday evening with cle which barely fits within the letter Mrs. George Plgg, of their circular, nnd nt ns low a cost her at possible, so as to bring to themMrs. Mary Hartley Is vUltlng selves the grentest margin of profit. I)rotner e. T. Todd . .. " wno ill in piircuaao tnese giwius jj Raj yn jjcu Davg 8,eut Sat- wce your Honor ami patriotism raay night with Mrs. Mary Kindred. You hnvo shrine of money The Misses Clarlo and Annie Hobln- - nt the your wife nnd children of part , cf Horea siwnt Sunday with the robbed of their society and education for the Misses lva and Maggie Anderson. sake of n few- pennies. s, Next Saturday and Sunday am regu-buYou are, nfter nil, nn American, says jar meeting days at Silver Crock. the Newconierstown (O ) News; you bwlleve In Aniertcnn Institution, you The Clothes Brush. decry anarchy and strive In the mnln Sometimes the useful clothes brush to uphold American Mens Why not Is the only unattractive thing on ml seek to to promote local home trader lady's dressing table. The "pretties" , Why not unite with jour fellow men never have good bristles, and the , to defeat the seeming Irresistible pro- ,n ..I I .. . P In I II unnrfpn hitnilla rnn hn ,1.1. . .. t.i.. 7 ' h. .l.i. .l , oy cTerin uomg ?o; ' you. t wm. oor. . .. uu.ciru mm. .i -- mi z.:.'v.Lma cover mo raw not lie belilnil tliem. rertinps it may edges with ealon. be said of Smith, or Itrown. or Jones down the road that they nre miserly ' ' in no nci.ro --ra 13rr j HOME TOWN I of I'v tporlatlonBritain Great 'tl 1 '' u.-- r ' ... - . It values your trade enough to nfk for II; your convenience Is considered to the extent of ninklng It ensy for you to know whnt U offered In needed goods ; the storo shows Its willingness to go on record In Its slatemrnts nbout Its slock nnd service, tho advertising of an article ns being of a certain quality, and at a stated prlco Is, In a sense, n contrnrt between the seller and the prospective buyer: tho prices of ndvertlited goods must be so low t tint competition enn not meet them; advertising Increase! ssles, enabling the storo to nccepv smnltiT profits, These nre some of why you should buy from l lie reasons that stop' ndvertlse. Ther are other reasons, and although not slnUsl, you profit by thora. Duy From Those Who Advertise. When n storo advertise It shows that 1- V. Don't Knock. Nothing Is gained by knocking your competitor. The blows return as ,,, up0n your head. 0n nnd PLOWS VULCAN No. 12, Steel Beam $10.00 OLIVER No. 20, Steel Beam VULCAN No. 1 1, thing for the public good, but you will not hIIow the anme to he ssld of you. You desire to be nlwnys In the fore In any movement which will better your ou When town or neighborhood means realize what this moemeiit you will certainly be one of the Ort to glvo It your support , cloe and will not Join In any- ORDERING AN AX BY MAIL t i ' 9.00 9.00 8.00 How the Hardware Merchant lllustra- ted the Disadvantage! of Trading Away From Home. i Tired FitlcU Nn fnriiier would think nf 'i.rkliii hN bur-- " riilitlliumiolx lie glv- lilm m "I think Siindiit ofl nnd nt tlim-tM let ni' lllll run out fn cni mII. fur ii right iiiMrt lie don't ln.iV, i"t rlk'ht tin' tit t few in,v " I till HDIII.' flirilllT IVHllil til- H lie doe liN lmrej hn- - he Know the look of ii tlnil il.M well-" he turn til tlml DehU i nt for n 'eliy If ti lmre l thin lie l reitnl mid nnd and fe.1 tlr.l It, tiMi mut In- . cowpen or bnrnynrd nilb clo.-rr ril ' nr.-fnii- irnMhi ri-- a"iie Mr. Chas. Adams is spending a few days with friends and relatives In WM wUh hJg n)anj. frlemls ,n town for a few davg .Mrs. Preston Cornelius is being vis- In ted a few days by her friend. Miss Mrs. Bennett Fowler is visiting Eva Dreltzler of Lorain, Ohio. Berea. Mr. Jacob H. (.'abbard of Hurlfy at- John Welch 30ld a fine lot of hogs tended the funeral and burial of his per hundred. last week for Miss Dooley Welch now occupies brother. Green Gabbard, on Monday of this week. her new homo on Chestnut St. Mr. Horace Beatty of Kingston was The hlghwater damaged J. C.Coyle on Prospect by washing out some of j town the first of the week on bUal- ness. his fencing. Rev. H. W. Elliott. State Secretary GriJ.s v anJ and Treasurer of the Kentucky State at WeIcn.s (ad) preached at the Board of Missions, . u. u , vicu iioirwii n ciii, ia till uo Christian Church, Sunday morning. Cincinnati, .Monday, and niwn fiud- Mrs. J. J. Brannaman was very lng that his brother In Dayton was now sorlously ill last week but Is safe, returned home again. much Improved. Miss Ball of the College Hospital oats and grass, Special fertilizer for corn, tobacco or truck gardens ot was called to Richmond, Sunday, (ad.t where she will be engaged as nurse. Chrlsman's. Mr. C. H. Porter, Jr., of Cincinnati. Belle, Brookshlre Tho Misses Hettle and Louise Butler of Lexington were U visiting with his mother here this tho guests of Miss Edna Early from week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Huff are th Tuesday until Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Haley and Mn ,,roud parents of a new baby boy Mnce ot Big Hill visited Mr. and Mrs. Scott Monday night. Seale, Sunday. Mr. .las. Warfield Adams, aged fif- ty - nlne. of near Berea riled nn. ,inv Mr. waiter wamron uas greau Improved his residence on Parkway. ' jast weci; Mr. Wm, Jones Is visiting his Miss Roberta Johnson arrived in Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones. Uerea from Pinevllle. Monday. Sh Miss Effle Blcknell has returned will make her homo with her brother-in-lafrom Detroit, Mich. Mr. J. P. Faulkner, for some Just arrived, a car load of the months. latest Improved farm machinery, such Mr. D. X. Click was In Berea. as drllU, harrows, planters, cultivat- Wednesday. on his way home to Ker- ors and plows of the James Oliver by Knjb from an extended visit in ' .. ,,, C.UA ...II.,. and the J. Q. Caso brands nt Chris-man'- unvu.lilV, lllUt71 DUUt .lie, II10XV1, (ad.) and other points In Tennessee. Mrs. Roy Dunn visited her parents, ' " , a Brea. Steel Beam OLIVER No. 19, Steel Beam ; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Robinson, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Griffith and family have mov- cd1 from Boono St. to tho hou3o re- vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Wll- on Chestnut St. Miss Mary E. Downej--, State Libra- rlan at Columbus, Ohio, accompanied by Mrs. C. B. Gulbrcath of tho Eame place woro visitors at Berea last woes. COLLEGE ITEMS Mr. Robin Woodruff, a fctudeut of the Academy Dept., has been Hpend-centIng several days at his home In louis-eo- n vllle. He stopped over at Lexington on his way home and saw "Hamlet." jir, jujes i'alk. tho noted violinist v.iio so captivated tho students and citizens a few weeks ago by his wonderful playing, stopped over In Berea at the end of last week and greatly delighted the students by rendering a beautiful selection at the Chapel exercl3C3, Saturday morning. Tho death of Lawrence Llslo was rejiorted In Berea a few days ago. He was tho hu3bani of Mrs. Ruth Ed- wrads Lisle, a former student In tho Collegiate Dept. Ho left besldm his wife, a Uttlo son only a few mouths old. .. John Brock writes friends that he has located on a farm In Illinois but is homesick for Berea. Ho hoies to ly ' school during the spring term, but DIES FROM FALL has planned to return home at the last of tho week. Miss Halllo Walker, whoso home la Dr. Emily D. Smith ot Mansfield. nt?ar Whites Station and who has n n .....,,.l In, n ihnrl vlull ullll her . ...l.i.... I...,..-I.. I'.l ... ' ,. vntnl,,. ....... .... ..... of . . .... , tv,,lt n hpr wnv from niv siiending fects of a fall down a stalr-wa- y Florida, where shu has bt-of &ne cf the school buildings. Tho lmuudl- the past winter. Mr. Will Flanery of the College ate cause' of her dcuth was said to bo Farm was in Cincinnati. Suuday. In cerebral hOihorrhage. At the request search of his brother, who was sup- - of President Porta, a nurse was kr.t posed to havo been among those In from tho Berea Hospital, f MUs Walker was the daughter peril during tho flood. His brother, info n his homo In Cin- - Stephen D. Walker, a member of the i.nu..v.- - ' Presbyterian Church nnd very "opu- MnJ oa5 wuo nas bet!n visiting !n lar. She was burled In tho Richmond . . , , fri.ia., cemetery. Monday. JVJ W. " UV4 UUO, W lengthened out Iut visit because it FOR SALE was ImpcEsible to return through Cin cinnati during tho flood. Eggs from Pure Blood Barred Ply- Tho Sunday School at the West moulu Uocks. Nicely barred nnd pro- End is flourishing and haiipj. and (jtablo layers. Prices reasonable, made a very generous contribution Mrs. G. A. Ballard, Paint Lick, Ky., It last Suuday for tno noou suuerers i d, n0. 1. (ad) in Ohio. Mr.James Vaughn and wife of Cor-bl- u aro visiting their daughter In Berea thtf week. Their wn, Frank, who made n flno record as a student hero last year has not been able to return this year on account of the weakness of his eyes. Ha has lately i n .aged , In Y. Jl. C. A. work In Ccrbln. Prof. C. D. LcwU was In Frankfort this wook at tho Educational Confer ence of County Superintendents and b-1 .. ,..u.c ,.i. ...ui.u tho same by me as ou will do with IU'All right; replied the customer as he handed over a dollar bill, the merchunt gUlng him ten cents In change. 'Now,' said tho hardware 'man. 'I wnnt 25 cents more to pay express chnrges," which tho customer gave him ilow much did jour nt ' cost your 'One dollar nnd flftc.n cents,' tho man answered. 'Very good Now glvo me live cents more for money order fees and postage.' which the customer hn.l to hand over. Now how much did your nx cost you" j a man who went Into a hardware store In a neighboring town nnd wished to nn ax." sas an exchange "Being shown the article nnd In formed that the price wns Jl 10. ho said, 'Why. I can get the same kind of an ax from it house for 90 cents.' 'Very well.' said the hard 11 to waT niRn' J"u fur, l,'e tnnll-orde- rul"l r ,K '"" ol rami rnn mi r ranm run oalx Jack-purcha- ' ,u ' Seventyflvo acrv more or Ies. About .0 acre, near Maulden, 8J" County, hy.. Ono half In high state of cultivation. Halancd In woods, Uool timber, sujouth. All under fence. 300 panels plank fence, lis lane rail (ence. Good new flvo room cottage. gmai barn, aud store house. Good stand for general store. Good well at , Handy to churches nnd k, Bcluo1' 0n mb,lc renJ' Mal1 Uc"vor' l,lr,' u,,,c t,c'r woek-v,oyd m Bh i borhood. A bargain at Jl.000 If taken nt once. Address, M. C. Lock Box 2C3, (od) Ky. Uiw renccburg, COD SALE , ti,.nt ,.n cl.. t,..,.oi wuu mn in i in... .n.iu, renin, unm ftiti tiiirlin unr 'Vnf mr filiomi uflnp ,.. nil ..i.i ihn ,,,..ri,n,, i,r.... nicked un the nx. nut It back on the .li.ilf nn,l I, .1.1 ll... ,.i,un,..r , nntl for It in ten .!..v timt ni.i as soon as be could get It If he had ordered It from tho mall order house." Ono tract of land, seven acres, on east sldo of railroad In Conway, Ky. Ono good eight room dwelling built on mod,.rn style, known ns tho Hart property; finished In good stylo with .,,,1 w,. Wn IXl'l Kood garden, ROOd good store house. Kot' n"d ol,,er out fOUT riKJlIl One "U'liRnsa- CottnCU OH COO.I JS new. well finished, about fift.n voung fruit trees. 1 will sell for 1J.2S0 on pcasy terms. For particulars call ui or address me at Conway. Ky., or u. S. Wyatt. Berea, Ky. Would Make Their Own Iron. (nJ) W. M. Hoyes. A.iecimLrep(irUtKui;d bv llm depart- - i. uy ,.. IKTFR TOH THAT BLUE - aro tho right thing in Shoes when you want WEAR.. They're also . RowNsjnuta DOV3"FOH OIU3 "riirht, thora" for style and comfort.. BUSTER BROWN u fir ir u'JaiiiH ; Editors. The Racket C j, TELEPHONE W. O. MOORE, at the Nicely Stand QIIUFP PRFFk' CITIo OIL! tnjunXLIS ITFU A CAN OF OUR COFFEE Silver Creek, Mar. 31. People here aro very busy rebuilding their fences furnish you a delicious morning which the high tides washed out, cup for many n morning. A grocery Tuesday night, hloro is ofU'ii judged by the quality Mr, and Mrs. Tom Plgg's little child of its coffees aud lean. Try ours ( and wo know you'll like them so well, you will never agalu he satisNO. 40 CALLS fied with any other not as good. ' For all kinds of FEED and BREAD STUFFS, Potts' Flour and Meal in any quantity, Corn, Oats, Hay, Straw, Ship Stuff and Chicken Feed. We are able to furnish feed in car load lots. Palace Meat Market and Grocery U. B. ROBERTS, Proprietor. Pbone 57 Coyle BulWng, Main St. HAYES BEREA, 'fe GOTT KENTUCKY Quality Store" April 3, 1013. THE C, E, CONVENTION Tho Convention of tho' Christian Kiulrftvorrrn of tho IOIkIUU District clOBOtl on Sunday nlBht Mid wwmpok-c- n ot by tho dolcRntcH na 0110 ot tliu ' ""trlct. Tho nttrnilanco was not lamn hut tho meetings wcro of a IiIrIi or dcr and audi n to Rive lasting re- THE CITIZEN. retired after many year of uovoumI work. Airs. Kntn Urner I'utnnm wnH tho whlow of a Union officer mid enmu to lluivu an a teacher In lSS'i. Tho flmt yenr slm wns Principal of tho Normnl Doiiartmont, miccccdliiK Mm. Daisy Hubbard Unrlock, a ulster Ijcrt HubUnl, who was lost to ' of tho Institution that yenr by marriage. The. next year Mrs. Yocumcanio to tho Normal Dt'iurtmcnt mid Mrs. l'utnnni tniiRht tho A (Ircinmnr School. In Page lvive A Bloody Easter , v. In a ttlrrltiR editorial tho l'lncvlllo in Mlddlcsboro. Tho Sun goeo on to say that Hell Sun nooks to arouco the citizens of County drew out of tho Stato TreasIlell County from tliolr apathy on the ury $34,000 moro money than sho paid Contrasting Hell In tast year. question. saloon This wan duo to tho County's Kaatcr with what It should fact that tho stato had to pay for MAIN STREET, near Bank have been, tho Sun enumerates the Jury servlco nnd witness fees in tho whUkoy-mad- e Dan (lanible, trials of criminals. murders of tho day Cnryj Itov. Chau. Cecil, 1Mb Hill: Doc "Whlskoy," asserts tho Sun, "Is to sult. Wndo blnmo for Hell County being a pauper half, tho score was 16 to 13, nnd ut und Mlddlealioro; AslliiRcr, All of tho cburcbos heartily 1907 hIio Ix.'cnmo Instructor In DomesNUGGETS Herd, colored, shot and wounded at county." In tho convention lliun show-lifthe end of tho game both teams were tic Industry and later nerved In Uith Four Mile. A fight Is on to rid tho county nnd tied at 3t points each. In tho play-of- f U10 value of this roclcty as u lliu Tho man who repents on a sick Normal Derailment and tha Acad- , southeastern Kentucky of tho curso tho Ulacks scored a foul In n basket, All of theso murders weru directforco for Christian unity. emy. Sim finally retired from nctlvu bed, from which ho recovers, gener ly duo to whiskey, tho Hun declares, Mlddlcsboro lm06cs iion them, and winning tho game by a scoro of 37 Tho uddn'HH of weleomo wan Riven work nlout a year, ago ally backslides bsforo ho pays his docami Is now and calls upon the County to put nn tho Sun Is n valiant leader In tho by llcv. II. I'. ICeltch of tho Chris-tla- u residing with her to 30. Tho men on both teams nil tor's bill. datiKhter l Cana deeply Imhaddcd flfiht. end to tho traffic so played well. J. K. Parker of the Norchurch. da, DurliiK all tlieni; years Mrs. 1'ut- Thero aro men who have a creed, mal team scored tho most points for A hlKh noto was struck ui uie ur- ... llftlllt) i.. n.. ri.,.,- i.... !, "V" I. fttlUb III II' dutulned In Clucluuutl lor a day or tcr an Illness of several weeks, Mr. tho Ulacks, making 20 ot their 37 a rod long, who do business with a rIiiiiIiir of tho sessions In tho Chris- - rea'ft life, llifiim m liml n Imui.ltiil short yard. two and finally reached Mlddlctowu, tiubbrad was well known thruout all (Mints. tlan church by tho c mnR nnd practl- - ,, w If Uicro Is any of the hog In a uy fctu. nunB f after a considerable detour by rail. of this county nnd hud lived In He-lline-u- p as follows: Simpson of on,8 Tho wa3 a. address of Iter. Uober wuro man, tho bristles will begin to show sho waB ft fVwr. Ho found his son, Mr. Itcubeii Klrby, for u number of years. He wan a Ulacks: Ilnrmli burg, settnB forth the op- - ,tu , toncll0r8. immtn lK)th , when ho travels. soldier In tho Civil War and since safe. portunltles open to younK poople. Miss K1ltueky nnd WoU JonCB.Ccntcr. Every man In a brass band thinks and that time has been n faithful memMr. Kerby tried to g'-- t Into llnnill-toCouoy, Forwards. Parker, ueorKm uunn Kavo an accouiu or mo ,l;llJ ( many students' his horn makes tho best music. h vh, and even tried to get to Dayton. ber of the t'ost of the (I. A. It. ut Kndeayor work In tho prlsnB of KCn- Oatson, Douglas, Guards, lonicH Undertake to provo there la no hell Ho telM of many harrowing scenes, this placo. ifeds: lucky, n sulijerl in which slio Is en- I'utnnm s n good, historic name, In and every mean man will throw up His comrades took charge of the and says that one who was not In Hembroe, Center. thiiRiastlc bocniiHo she Riven mi much America, Kolng back to his hat. the old revolu- tho devasted district can have no burial which took place In the llcrea Bowman, Kerr, Forwards. of her time anil energy to It nnd hns tionary general of Connecticut, nnd conception of the ruin wrought und cemetery, Monday afternoon. His enMacGregor, Dlngham, Muntz, Cs. Kentucky to tho first pp.ce will bo a pleaHnnt broiiRlit word on the lips of suffering endured by the stricken In- tire family have the deep sympathy ' In this linn of Kndeavor activity. UNITED STATES NEWS our students. We trust I'utnam Hall habitants. of all the community. A MONTH HENCE On Saturday at tho Union church will stand as long as Continued from page one Howard Hall, A number ot Uurva coplo und a Rev. J. II.. Crawford of tho I'rosliyter.' nud make as history. honorable a CARD OF THANKS great many from the mouutalus hue April 30, May 1, 2 and 3 should be tho National Cash Register Company, tlnn church of Winchester Rave n At nn early day Miss Douglas Is been In great distress during the thoughtful address, 011 the subject" expecting Wo wish to thank our many friends red letter days In Uie educational lifo who is under sentence In tho United to Invito her citizen friends past week, not being uble to communiKndenvorers with Tower,'' emphasl.-Iii- r to u reception at for their sympathy and helpfulness so of tho Stato. Tho Loulsvlllo meeting Stato District Court for violating tho I'utnnm Hall. cate wltli relatives In Hamilton, Day- abundantly Kentucky Educational AssociaLaw. Sherman Anti-Truthe need of centnet with Cod extended during our re- of the ton or Mlddletown. So fur as known and tion will bo held on theso dates with Mr. Patterson's benefactions tho Fourc' of nil owcr. cent bereavement tho sickness and A LITTLE TOO HASTY up to the present, however, no formmany ot the most notablo educators his recent heroic work In rescuing I"nn C. F. llubb.-.r-d gave a forceful death of our husband and father, Mr. er Keutuckiaus have lost their lives. ndilrorai olunvliiK tno privilege of youth tho flood sufferers of Dayton has givWo appreciate fully of the land on tho program. j 0. H. Uabbard. In Us wrlteup of thu nddresn deen rlso to tho movement In his benud the value of union. W. I'. Joiich, kindness shown. FROM BLOOD POISON DIES ENCOURAGING OPENING OF half. Tho court Inflicted a Jail sentof Cumberland Cap, President of the livered by Captain llobsun InCliupel. Mrs. Mary K. Cabbard. o ence upon him. Kndeavo- - Union soko on the nlgbt-o- f tho Kith, Thu Citizen exMr. Ned Mclloue, Jr., boh of John I SPRING TERM O. U. Gabbard. pressed regrets that no arrangement Mcllouo, FAST TRAIN WRECKED "The Mountain for Christ nnd who Jellied his brother, I Thee "Uuffalo Express," of the New He gave a vivid picture of penned to have been made to me't j Jesse, who lives near ludlanujiolis, Tho Spring Term opened without special contusion on Wednesday, Mar. York Central Railroad was derailed the place an Kndeavor society rnn oc- the sp.'akcr, und attributed the fact Ind., leaving his home near llereu near Fonda, N. Y., Sunday. Eight cupy In the qub't mountain life and that Mr. Hobuon did not hundlu his but a tew weeks ago, while shaving MIkm limine Mr. Walter 26th. Tho high tides in many parts Klv nnd subject aa well as uikjii the former ' hiinselr cut his coaches were tlijown Into tho Mo..... told of his own experiences. of the mountains delayed tho incomwhich caused blood ' 1...1 "' U,U8" wu fu,el, .,,., , ing new students, but there were hawk river. Although well filled with Itov. O. C. liana took as a theme occasion to tho possible effect upon , , (i'iv im.iii. nr inn lininn OI airs. the "1'ractlcal Holy Chosl" nnd gave his mind of Uie coutrust In his re- Jthun a week. Ills brother brought th about sixty more on hand than at water, only seven passengers were Martha Kly on Chestnut St. ception. nn Impressive address on the xuhject tho opening of tho Spring Term a Injured. body homo but was held up four days Tho following were present: The Will lo wo said that, "of course, this HAS FOUND HIS MAN of service. with It In lndlanaitolls, neither be- - Messrs. Texan, Greenbury, Henry and year ago. As tho waters subside new ,, VIUB Oil I,,.- President Wilson has at last found HUt Intentional i,. ,.lno,,. .ulit. On Sunday afternoon, at the Hnli-t- lt difference hls Leander Gibson und Miss Alice Gib- students aro coming in dally. church, President It. II. Cross-fiel- d unybody-- part but was simply due to w,f(j ftt homo nor wUh UWniU In many ways tho Spring Term Is some one who Is willing to take up In a aiiuto or mien in uio program so Kentucky owing to the flood sltun- - son of Winchester, Mr. Jolly Parrlsh, tho most Important and Interesting of tho burdens and expenses of the Amof Transylvania University, also of Winchester, Mr. Cecil Elklus tho year. Special arrangements aro bassadorship to the Court of St. James. Kavo an eloquent address ml far unexplained," tho committee felt tlon. of Ford, tho Misses Dora and Sarah being "(lifts of Christ," summarizing the that we should have made Inquiries ns mado to help those who are prc Walter H. Page, ot Island City, Long place at the Uaptlst Kly, Tho burial took Misses Mr. Crockett Kly, tho paring for teachers' examinations, ''ex- Island, editor of World's Works and world's Indebtedness to Christ nnd the to the causo before writing ns we did. burying ground at Silver Creek, SunWelch and Kffle Estrldge and press 'orrc)iidlnK obllgntlon to him and And we are ixrry thnt we did not day, the Hov. Howard Hudson preach- Hilda w. uooiey 01 uerea. courses" arranged for the farm member of Doubleday, Page and Co., Mr. J. aa fault ot " ing the funeral. boys who can stay only a part of the has accepted the President's offer, his work. The address was followed by ,l m for 11 Tho ceremony was performed by term, as well as for teachers who" it Is said. iii Iniprccflve coiiscrntlon servlc' Iel member of tho Committee that there was a hitch, for Prof. IajwIh, having MR, AND MRS. HUDSON ENTER- - tho Itev. S. Z. Spencer of Lcrose, Ky. have to leave before Commencement AT IT AGAIN by C. S. Knight. A number ot the members of the Murh credit Is due to C. K. Martin, been kept away owing to sickness In and secure their schools. TAIN Legislature of Tennessee aro reported Tho public exercises and entertainPntihb'iit of tho State Kndcaior Un- his family, despatched u message by outlining complete arrange- - ' Mr. und Mrs. Howard Hudson enter--, ion, who presided nnd kept the meet- a carrier ments of tho Spring Term, together to bo In Mlddlcsboro for an Indefinstay. The Tennessee solons have Tlio Citizen Is In receipt of a pro- with tho outdoor sports, ings strlitly within time nnd to C. inents, but tho message was undelivtallied tho Vocational Faculty, Satur-- j make it a ite ered, thirty-fivpres. gram for the Third Annual Meeting of Joyful season. And at this time of the a way of skipping the state when a 1". day night. Thero were Kvans, Held Secretary, for his vd-- 'i District Tho Committee d. 8 rves gn at year wo become aware ot a large law Is likely to be passed that some helpful conferencej. general oversight ent, Uio guesU being divided Into tho 11th Congrocslcual ftt Association to bo held It for the splendid entertainment it groups of four, one of each group g number of students who aro drawing ot them oppose, and that only can of details, and his account selected to tell a story. It was a IJarbourvlllc, April ISth and lDth. ot Uie work being done In the State has given the Collegu and public In near tho end of their long course of bo defeated by breaking a quorum. Tho object of this exit from NashTho sessions are to be crowded with I study. The Spring term g and his Hroiial cxihtIi'iiccs ns he general during this and previous Dickens evening, the stories each lstho"Scn- years, and tho Kdltor of Tho Citizen based ujion the writings of. the good things, the first on Friday momgiMn alxxit from place to place. iors Term. Wo shall bo specially ville Is to prevent the passage of nn election law. ing being taken up largely with ti.e prtef A social held on Snturduy night Is very sorry that any words of his great nurcllst. &Di UUowth . At tho conclusion ot the story til-- 1 was largely attended anil enjoyed by could be construed Into adverse crltl-Llsot tll06e itudenta wuo aro pre,)arlng 6k. lug, Pres. FrotSt gave a description of y. all. classes tU. year VUU UUIW) VI ItllUA, Ixndon, England, telling niuny in IVQ (1 aro very large nnd Commencement, An Kndeavor tally was held In the Other Juno 4th, A GENEROUS GIFT teresting experiences of his several Hell, and Laurel Counties. Union church on Sunday morning with' will be "the biggest day ueakers tor tho other sessions are over." visits. a brief but effective statement by Mr. Wood of Williamsburg Institute, Kvans of tho things which tho SocieRefreshments were served nnd a Pres. Sunday Schools, various organizaProf. Noo of Stato University, Prof. ty Btnnds for and an Inspiring ser- tions nnd Individuals thruout tho very pleasant evening parsed. CONTEST TO BE HELD IN BEREA Smith of Uerea College, Miss Randall j mon by Dr. Itoberts on the theme, country have been giving freely to Lewis of London, Miss AND MARLOWE SOTHERN und Mrs. J. C. "Young men shall sec lslons." Dr. the flood sufferers nt Dayton, ().. und Tho Stato Intercollegiate Oratorical Weeks of Union College, Prof. Lewis Itoberts was a clnsstnnte of Francis elsewhere, but there are few gifts large numb, r of students, most- of Iondon. and Pres. Ports of Union i contest of tho Kentucky Prohibition A Clark, the founder of tho Society, and recorded more generous thnn that of ly fioni the Normal Department Association Is to bo held In Uerea. at CoU(.ge ' he dwelt on tho movement as one of tho West End Sunday School of Hetb ,CoUcG Chapel. April 21. 11)13. by Mrs. Dliismore, and the Tlio program should attract many y the great discoveries of tho age. ron. This school Is under the T,le representative of Berea took by 'Colleglato Department conducted ot In the Improvement A Junior Kudenvor rally wns held of Mrs. Frost, und tho lit Prof, und Mrs. ltalno, In addition to Interested Our rcprcseata- coun- - f ret '),aco last the schools of tho neighboring In the Christian church In the utter-nooIn folks ot their own accord proiosed many faculty members braved the ties. live tms year Is Mr. ltandolnh Set. ' under the leadership of Miss that they contribute for the relief of ruin Wednesday ami went to Lexlug-- 1 lers from whom we expect no less. Dunn, which the little folks greatly the sufferers, nnd their contribution ton to see Sothern and Marlowe In BE PREPARED MEETING OF ORATORIGAL ASSO enjoyed. amounted to four dollars. UTILE DULCK ANNIVERSARY for accidents and sudden sickness. llnmlet, which v.as. given at the Tho Union meeting at 6:30 on Sun- This sum was sent to Mr. Switzer Opera House, Wednesday evening. C1ATI0N AT LEXINGTON Have your day wa. largo und enthusiastic. Seven of tho National Cash Register ComThe program given by the UUlo ' Medicine Case Well Supplied It wuH quite a treat, and Mr. Sothern acknowledged tho Kndeavor Society pany of Duytou with tho wish expressDulco Literary Society in thu Chapel, with some of the common simple Messis. Claude Anderson and Ranwas received by a largo and enthusiaas the means of starting a Christian ed that it might bo given to nld bouio uudlencc. Julia Marlowe mndu a dolph Sellers representatives of the Tuesday evening, attracted a good everyday remedies for the cure of stic life und many more txro witness to poor family, beautiful Ophelia, and won the heaits Phi Delta and Alpha Zeta Literary audience. Owing to tho fact that the common ills. This is of much imlis helpful Influence. Societies ot Uorea Collego attended a upper chapel was used, admission was portance to people who live in the of her hearers frcm tho start. At the Chapel cxerclso President SOLDIER WRITES country. They should be This was tho la?t play of the three meeting of tho Kentucky lutercollegl-ut- o by tlckec but the hall was tilled. Crossflcld gave thj closing address Tho program was In two parts, tho Oratorical Association held nt plays given by tho Sothcrn-Murlow- o Prepared for all Emergencies on "Chrlstlnn Kdmntlon," aflno plea compelled to Transylvania University nt Lexington, first consisting of a reading, an orig- as they cannot run to the drug store Galveston. Tex., Mar. l'J, 1913. Company, but they wero Iktor thorough preparation for life and - t inal story, an autobiography stay lu Lexington for several days Moudaj afternoon at 2:30. Tho prln- ' and a when sudden illness or accidents apprejHirntlon under Christian influences. Dear Editor: clpal feature ot tho meeting was the solo. The second part of tho program pear. Soon after joining tho regular army more, until tho storm had subsided Special music added greatly to the Use free thought and prepare for sufficiently to itermit them to travel. election of officers. A committee ot was a tableau reproduction of Tenny-tw- o various sessions ami wns highly com- I was stationed at Fort Sheridan, HI., was appointed to draft a now boa's "Dream of Fair Women." Tho the inevitable. Lives may be saved, company then left for Detroit nnd wns then moved to Fort Sill, The mended Ur thu vUltors. moro practical constitution for tho tableau was very good, but owing pain alleviated, disease stamped out I stayed onl) five das, by a round about route, as tho Ohio and Our citizens entertained with true Okla., whero association. partly to tho nature ot tho hall tho and valuable stock preserved. railroads aro out of commission. cordiality. Tho convention was well when we wcro ordered to the Mexl- Select a few things with which you reading could not bo heard, especially Seven of the glrU going to Loxlng- can border. I can't say how long wo worth while and will long be reinem-- . BASKET BALL NEWS by those back of tho mlddlo of the are familiar. Come to us and we will Wednesday Btayed nt Patts.-- Wo aro waiting fur- - 10,1 shall stay hero. liereO. u. riniiory for ladles at hall. For this reason It may bo said fill your orders with fresh drugs at ". ther orders and many of tho boys are E" Kentucky Stato University, at tho In that tho first part ot tho program lowest prices. Tho basketball season ended, Mondesiring a trip to Mexico City. PUTNAM HALL vitation of tho Deau of Women, Miss day afternoon, with a close and In- was tho moro Interesting, for each This Is a flno country. Galveston DRUG CO. Hamilton. The girls wero most cordl- gama between tho Ulacks number was distinctly heard and Tlio new dormitory for Vocational Is 011 the Gulf and we nro under or- Inlli riwnlvn.l I 1rea nnd fia Tlnrl.- - teresting The Rexal Store ' generously iv applauded by tho nudlcnc" nnd tho Reds. At tho end of tho first Girls has proved quite a surprise In ders to bo ready to go aboard a transer, nnd wcro treated with tho greatest its. outward and inward beauty. One port ut a minute's notice. There nro consideration und hospitality by catches glimpses ot It from nil unex- about five thousand of us. Many ot tho girls ot the schcol. Our girls enpected direction and sees something tho pcoplo ot tho city visit us each joyed a moal lu their spacious dining really fine, Tho girls who live thero day and wo paraded thru the streets a few days ugo. Tho lino ot march hall. arc the happiest girls In Kentucky. Tho hull was built because of tud was three miles long. Tho public UNION VETERAN DIES Otheiwne called KNOW HOW" and schools turned out to view tho den nnd terrible need last fall. Presi' WILLINGNESS TO PRODUCE" dent and Mrs. Frost started out to Mr. Green Gabbard, 71 years of ago' I llko tho army very much, and It rulso the money when thero was not of Wallacctou, Ky., died, Sunday af- u dollar In sight, mid tho building seems It would appeal to any young people have wns culled at tho tlmu Faith Hall. man who would llko to travel and s?u MADE MORAL Nobody would This name, however, baa not seemed a great deal of the country. the necessary KNOWLEDGE 1 am getting Tho Citizen and am to bo tho best permanent name for have known the Good Samarand the good INTENTION the building. All our buildings are very much pleased with It. itan's kind act were it not for G. A. Whicker, faith halls In about tho buiiio way. A building to bo named by such a great Conijtany E, 19th Infantry. Our Saviour's parable. Be the Illblo word as Faith ought to Lo homo folks' Good Samaritan, SEES THE OHIO FLOODS built ot stouo and roofed with tile and mado to stand until tho eud ot Mr. Merchant; make this pathe world. Mr. J. II. Kerby of Herea returned Formula on eTTy package. In seeking uomo other namo per your commercial biblt; for Saturday from a trip to tho flooded tho building tho Faculty huvo thought district ot Ohio. write your own parable and Mr. Kerby left llorea last Tuosday FOR SAL BY of ono of our teachers, recently after whom tho building could to visit his son In Mlddletown, not put It In our advertising col bo named as Gilbert Cottage was expecting at tho time to huvo any limns. named after Miss Gilbert when sho troublo In reaching him, but ho was inl "" - see CLARKSTON LPR Plows, Disc Harrows and Farming Implements B .., Vrliil. n, st Trl-Stat- N I ,".......,,. 1 1 s I I J IU-v- . educationalTrogram e. al bu-ln- be-lu- f.Uri. 11 11 Vlf, MM . con-'duct- I suiterln-tendenc- V-- n, I I I BEREA KNOWLEDGE AND INTENTION "THE par-ud- o. "THE THE GREEN 8EAL Green Seal Paint will Convince Yon J. D. CLARKSTON, Berea, Kentucky. Page Six. THE CITIZEN. Judge nsplml Id end IiN days on ilio auprcme bench of the stale. Ho treated tlio Jlle to the silence It deserved, and MN1 Itobertn. win. .lid Ignore the vnlne of the hut wont In n tilt, triumphantly rov from the Itliln nntl left the room. Hitch Dtiii mcade was held by his neighbor au l hitherto had lieen accounted by his on n good man. n Just Judge nnd mi exemplary citizen. Ills dicta, Judicial and private, curried great weight In the community And he seemed troubled by no question of not having formulated the disturbing doubt. John called It propriety. "1 hope." Judge nunmende continued, "you aren't falling Into your nunt's gift horse In the habit of looking mouth " nomination will be a "Then hls gift from Murchell?" "You couldn't have It otherwise." "And you see nothing wrong In 11 It-tJ April 3, 1913. you still in lnvo with her? And nm I a cut lo talk so nlmiit her? And tins she Hnmpdon place. Almont had inaiiy successors?" t wHhln the span of his memory its "No to all three questions. She gave u,0n-- lt was nlwnya cnllod a "place" men Imd three months', though." .,-Itit- l. in, u. nnP-- inf-- . vetige-fullglad of It," she ' ..... .. n...- - urri. "I'm "Didn't you knowdeclared terribly I win tunc, nan necii wrougm. in i house on that site had lieen a five In love with you? That's whut made room frame cottage, built Just liefore mo such n esky little nuisance. (Hi, the wnr when Stephen Hampden was you needn't look " shocked since It manager of the Dunmeado mills. It wns only calf lino nnd I have quite reIn said that he laid the foundation nf covered. Quite!" his fortune In n certain contract for So while the golden afternoon waned army horseshoe. In the seventies, they exchanged plensnnt nonsense. Ills Ho was being then owner nf l'lunivllle's lar- spirits rose nnarcountnbly. gest Iron foundry, ho Inaugurated (he very boyish, very guy. Sometimes they custom of returning to New Chelsea rose to half serious discussion that for the hot months. The little cottage skipped lightly and indaclously about was torn down. In Its place was rearfrom vak lo ponk of human knowled a red brick house, lllterally ndorned edge. She had traveled much with her with turret ntul scroll work In the father, who, it appeared, bad "really learned how to travel." having to make style of that period, The foundry grew-ev- en outgrew Its the most of bis limited IcUure. Slit owner, whose taste. If not tils Intents, knew places not slurred in Baedeker rnn to speculation rather than to pro- quaint, obscure corners of the earth, duction, He sold out and went to the full of color. John helped out this p irt Steel city lo pursue fortune vln the of the talk with questions more or less bourse and the real etnte market. In Intelligent. She was pleased to com these days New Chelsea saw him and mend his interest "One could nlnnxt believe you had his family only semloccaslonally. The You would enjoy thess house with the turret had attained the lieen there. know. Not every one does, dignity of "country place." Then places. New Chelsea beard that Steve Hamp- I'd loxc to hlt. not do. them with you den had been admitted Into (ho envi- sometime." "I'd like to very much Hut." he able mid exclusive circle of million simply. "I'm nfrald It will bo a aires. With wealth and travel came long, long time before I can afford It." taste The "country house" wns She turned nml surveyed him thought-- . The turret were rareil: wny yam "Now. I like that-t- hc wing were added to the bouse;, the fully Iron picket feinewns removed nnd n mlil It. I mean, You speak of It ln matter of fad way. as though hedre planted In Its stead. Not nil the itch nrchltis-1'device-could make of the the hick or possession of money were house a thing of beauty, so Ivy was really of 110 great Importance to you," " "It slipped nut." lie confessed. planted ami trali.cd to enshroud Its don't like to sismii to ie I make naked ugliness. . few year with nature, assisted by the English garden- though for my Itiiuicdlnle needs, of ;ours and sqtno day I exect to have er, mid the transformation whs commore- - though not wealth as you pmh plete. Hut not enough, for New Chelsea ably measure It." "I'm not sure whether It Is really knew of not her structure In course of I do not like the erection mi th crest of Iiit llldce. to lnisrtiiiit to me. t even more I like " '"J". be the "palatial residence." ns the ' II represent" (Hobo tisik pleasure In reMirtlng. "of " llll,lk "( tUi' '" tUnt "f Betting It our fellow cltlen. Stephen Hampden. who It Is honed will In often In our ""' men wnni money 111 large quantities. Don't yon think so?" tuldst. Hi reiiieinlH-ris- I lertnln rumors he CHAPTER III. 'ind heard concerning Stephen H amnSunnt. ion's rise to wealth and he put a guard HUTLEU answered John's upon his lips. rlnr and on Inquiry Informed "I don't know much nlint It, 1 fear." him that the ladles of the which was entirely true. "After colHnnxIon family were not at lege I went to law school, then settled home. here. The family name and father's "Will you wait, sir?" me to a quick Juilre liclt-.i- l "No." And John turned nwsy. Ho itnrt, I suppose. Since then I hsve wnlked out Into the country across the us well a the average done bridge at the continence of North rouug nbout lawyer In a small town. That Branch and South Branch, whrre rises ! all. It I very commonplace." Orant's Knob. He followed the path "That doesn't explain why you are that leads, corkscrew fashion, to the wanted by a whole county It's your crest of the knob, and there. In the bunco to escape the commonplace, thick of the shade of a big walnut, .sn't leaning against nil old liowlder that powerIt? Is Popularity means iwer and splendid always I'm primihad crowned the knob longer than John I would tive, you Ni'. use It, revel could remember, sat the object of bis In It, make It lift me Into the htgh quest. Dad njs every one Ix'lleve He had an Instant to look at her be- place. rou hnve n big future. Which Is good fore she observed him. and smilingly jvliletice that you have n big future, he availed liltnvlf of It. And very charming, very alluring she was to his isn't It?" "The he tyes In her light summery gnwn and laughed. wisdom of twenty-three!the big, soft leglmrii hat with It flow "Oh. you won't take me seriously' ers nnd leave dancing In the breeze. rin.l .1 t I... ? An open Isn.k lay In her lap. but she wo not reading. Through half closI eyes she was gazing dreamily nt the hills that man bed away Into the blue distance. He took n step toward her. She beard him n till looked up. "Hello'" ho said. "flood nfternonn." Her salutation xrns very cool Indeed, "Of course If you don't want me to ndy. r0 MVf His Rise to Power BY HENRY RUSSELL MILLER (bin Bldod VgoV ,, ,1(,vcr rcpre n umllo when evo-no- a ' that?" "I myself should lie glad to havo his supMirt for nny office I might seek." The Judge regarili-this answer 11s sufficient. "I'm glad you have It. It ' shows his friendship for us continues. And." he cleared Ills throat significantly. "It augur well for other honors to- - uhein- - our family" Two little crease settled between John's eyes. .Miss liolierta was h vigorous spin-- , ster of sixty whose caustic" tongue tried, not always successfully, to tilde the kindly Impul-e- s of her heart. She ludy of many violent dislikes was and a few equally violent friendship loiter In the evening she found John alone on the western porch Muring up Into the sky. The prophecy of the morning' red unrle was about to lie fulfilled ; It W'iih evident that a storm was brewing "Stete llntnMlen." Miss Itulvrta re marked In n carefully casual lutie. "Is home. And Kntherlne." she added. "Yes?" negligently "You go and cull 011 her. I So tonight." I "Can't time" be yawned "an I appointment with Hie sandman didn't sleep much lust night. Won't he keep? She seemed healthy enough the last time I saw her. Kegiilar little red headed tomboy, she wait." "She mightn't stay long." Miss Holierta' tone Implied that this contingency would Ik- - little short of calamitous. "And Warren lllake Is dancing nfter her already," "Dear Aunt Itoberta, Warren uever In his life did anything so frivolous as dancing. Why are you In such a hurry to have me fall In love?" "I don't want you to grow old ond crabbed nnd -- nml lonesome like me." "Why-wh- y. Aunt Itobertn. I didn't know you felt that way. You musn't, you know." he said gravely, aud patted her li.ind affectionately, from which unwonted demonstration she hastily snnti tied It away. He laughed. There's time enough for mating any how. I'm only thirty; what could I offer a girl, aud. even If I were o reckless ns to fall in love?" "Your-elf- ." Miss Itobertn could not entirely repress a hint of pride. "Those sK'ciacles you're always losing must Iscolored. I'd want to offer something more than myself. Aunt liolierta -- oiucthlng of achievement that would prove my worth. I woman who could care couldn't low tHs chnir. Murchell MureheTI looked out of the window! TTcws travels swiftly and by John returned to for n little, futile ninn. When I've looked around at the dingy office. Over Into the square thoughtfully. It was rlous avenues In Now CheNon rii.il done something, then" the desk hung n calendar and another a wnriii. listless day There was noth- evening at supper Judge Duiimcaue "I know what you're thinking, Johnfaded, old fashioned print of Daniel ing In tin peaceful. Indolent scene to congratulated bin son ny. Don't go Into Hilltlcs." tell Mini that the Kerene waters upon Webster. Save for this adornment glad." he said ponderously, "I am "I've gut to. I don't want to go all the walls were given over to calf and which lie had Milled to power were to "that you have entered the m'hm of my life as I bae done, drudging along heep bound books rows and rows set become a seething, passion lashed fury your party." tny- "for a Utile money, drying up in the upon plain pine shelves. The old ma- whose subsidence he would never see. "lt Isn't my hill." Miss Itoberta, the Judge' sister. routine, my outlook narrowing. I'd hogany furniture, doubtless splendid Ue knew only tnnt tlie people, eve- n- sniffed dNdnlnfiillv He laughed outright. "Her tactic i Doe tlr;i have nothing to show In Justltlcntlon never wary. It seems." he remarked, In Its day. hud been battered and Bad example of the Ingratitude of reof my living. Why. I'd I; no better "Effective, though. Queer. Isn't It. scratched by many careless hands and publics' the people of Benton county, than Warren Itluke. Aunt lto!ertn." were stirring restlessly, asking quesfeet. how nttractlve a girl becomes when i One might, by a stretch of the she puts on that frigid, speak to me if "You keep the old office Just the tion nml criticising answer. But that have called the sound Miss you dare manner?" tame, I see. I remember when your would pus, ms such ebullitions had allaugh. Itoliertn emitted ways "You were very stupid not to know grandfather built nnd furnished it" mo the other day." "Yes; I don't like to disturb things, lie pointed to the sleepy square. "You "Hut I remembered you" though Aunt Itobertn thinks It's n fear- won't want to sit here looking out at Across Main street from the court"You menu you forgot nil nbout me," that all your life. If you're the man I ful mess. Three generations of house square- - seeiiu of Daniel Web"as an Impudent, long legged, free, have used this office Just as take joii for. You'll want to go out ster's famous speech, the war time and make your plnce n big plnce In It Is." demoiistrailiuis ami the annual rally-sta- nds kled tomlioy with red hair while you" "I used to tomi) here to borrow books the life of men If you do you can't ted brick, white portioned He paused delllierntely. "My hair wan never red." she replied from your grandfather nnd talk poli- slop to lilt every ugly head that pops mansion In the style we distinguish as And you've got to tics. He wus a mighty smart man. up In your path colonial. This house was built In the coldly. Suddenly the clouds broke away. She He would have been governor during make use of the materials you tlnd early thirties by Thomas Diinmeade, laugh. "Oh the war If he hadn't died, ne gave Leave the things that don't look right New Chelsea, then In hU returned to him with n founder of alone They'll work themselves out In enn't kis-- it up. Hut where did you me my start" eightieth year, a period of life when get y our courage? You weren't nearly "Yes," John said Idly. "Senator-- he the end Thoy always have Aud be his thought should have been centerImpersonal so bravo the other morning. I've been Make use of enemies and leaned forward abruptly "what do ed on heavenly glories, but were, In hero six days, Why haven't you como you think of Shcehan? Why don't you, friends alike.'' fact, busied with the cares nnd vani- to see me?" she demanded. Counsel to Laertes from an expert with all your iower, put men like Shee-baties of this world. "Well, you see." he began lamely to In life! out of politics" Thomas lived Just long enough to explain, "I've had a good many Impor "Eren your friendship" John Inter "Young man." Murchell answered install himself In the new house. Then tant things to think nbout and" dryly, "If I were strong enough to put rupted quickly, smiling. he died In an apoplectic At follow ing j ..An,j , was neither Important nor In-- a "You'd be a fool If you didn't," all the rascals out of politics I'd make choleric denunciation of Andrew tcrontlri ir. You need practice, I see." replied consistently. the Almighty Jealous. Are you going j The title to the houso de- - . "Hut you are." Jackson. "I'm nfrald." John sighed "I'm to take the nomination" BCenilcd to the pioneer's son, Itoliert, a j "Vou really find mo Interesting? ' afraid I'm that kind of fool. I sup"I hate to be under obligations to gentleman of parts, who. as founder you know. I've worked hard, very he went on, "I'm going to take I pose," Ebeehan." of tin Hour mills, brought commercial mr,i, to earn the Involuntary, generous I do want to make n "You won't be uuder obligations to the nomination. consequence and ns congressman for compliment I am about to receive, place for myself In the big life of men. Sbechan." ono term the honor of statesmanship "I do surprisingly so," he responded I want to earn It. not seize it be"I dou't want to be under obliga- But to the town of Ills nativity. His son promptly. cause I am strong enough or have It tions" John hesitated a moment "to wns Hugh, the soldier and later the "You needn't lie so surprised," she reyou. Something might come up that given to me by some other who is torted, "I wim always rather presentJudge of the bouse of Duiimende. strong." Ho hesitated, then contln-used- : would make tne seem ungrateful." Miss Itobertn nnd John were sitting able In spite of tho freckle, only you a ik. 1 n-- . "It sounds absurd, l know, but "I'll risk It" uuder a tree In the front yard. It was wouldn't condescend to notice It. You something seems calling, compelling "nut I'm not sure I'm the kind of mo didn't like me." luto this. And I'm I'm afraid. I "You can't itop to hit svtry ugly had Sabbath afternoon In New Chelsea. man you want" "But you were such n pesky little "I wonder." mused Miss Kolierta, have the feeling that I am facing that pops up." "I'll risk It." Murchell repeated. "how Steve Hampden liked the ser- nuisance, you know. Iet me see," be aomethltiK to which 1 perhaps may not , for'. (.u,.,,mlU uut of tllu ca "But I don't think you understand It's added reflectively, "that wns-y- es, cijuai. aiurcueii, i asK 1'ussy .Murchell? You better keep out mon?" red John persisted. "I've been ten years since I last saw you. "Ho probably wnsn't llsteulng." you to tell me truly, is there any reamorning, of a little lately about some things. That of politic. John. There'll bo trouble. "Warren Blake walked home from Not counting the other trust company affair, for Instance It son why a man who wants to come I feel it In my liones." she remarked course," church with Kntherlne." through clean should not go Into polidoesn't look right And then Shcehan "No, eight," sho corrected lilm. "Yon "Itoberta." chlded the Judge, "It clgiilllcanlly. I can't iulte stomach I tics?" his power. snw tne after tho big game, tho time doesn't lie In u Duumciidu'H mouth to "She was there, then?" "Absolutely none," the senator dou't like to seem to criticise, senator, bpoak dlsparuglugly of one who has you saved the day. You walked right "Didn't you sen her?"' promptly. And he added sin- pluced our family but It looks to me as though the sysby me, looking straight Into my eyes, under such obligacerely, with a pertinence the scope of "I heard the stir when she camo In; and never recognized me. You were tem thut allowed that trust company tions as has William Murchell." strange to relate. I was moro inwhich ho did not comprehend, "If affair must Ih wrong somewhere." "Meaning your Judgeship, I sup- but. too anxious to reach A dele Wilmingterested In the service, und I forgot to ton and be made u hero of by her, She "Tut. tut young man!" the senator there were more clean men In politics pose." ' look her up nfler church." answered, a trtlle testily. "Don't go there would bo less room for the raswas as proud ns us I'd have been If The Judge stiffened visibly. "I trust "Why won't you go to see her?" flying off at n tangent with harebrain- cals." my owu character and ability had I'd had the chance to exhibit you," So William Murchell, as he thought, John rose with n sigh of resignation. ed theories about crfect systems." something to do with that" "How Is Allele?" bound bis young friend, John Uoberla. you uro a woman of John shook his head In troubled fash"Oh, she's dreading thirty, is fighting "Are you depending on them to make "Aunt to the wheels of bis I see I shall no iieace down havo ono Idea. ion. "I've got to figure that out In my you a Justice?" tendency to fat, has begun to It was an open owu wayA senator." thjhimueajjudly that Jho P..mlild until .I've jialiljiiy respects to paint iiiid often asks about you. Jro 11 11 s 11 1 11 l'er 11 Read of This Stirring Battle Against Civic Evils That Are, and For the Honor and Justice That Should Everywhere Prevail ) - ne 11 " 3&4 fey. J inj. uit-iit- - T pa-e- T"S? 11 s 11 r. 9' I U II II 1 n vWtoa,i?-th Valliy. - ( Togithir Thiy Wint Slowly Down Into ( fxitiithe mind he eer met He Is rery nice nlsitit It. He often asks 1110 tvluit I think of things und men"- "And then forms his own opinions?" "That," she sighed, "Is the dlsap' pointing fact." "Did you plan that?" He pointed to 1 grove of trees 011 the crest of East ridge, through which gleamed the while stucco walls of that palatial so frequently mentioned In tho rcsl-Jenc- e CiIiiIk. "Yes. Do you like It?" ,,,,. "I haven't seen It except at a Hut why In New Chelsea?" "Why not?" she argued, with spirit "Aren't our hills ns beautiful ns the Berkshire and thu ulr us Hue? Why ibouldn't we enjoy the place the money conies fiotu? Dad says lot of money U to come from this valley In the next few; years." (Continued next week.) 11 been-bothe- A Profitable Divorce. Dun-mead- 11 France now consumes more that toven tltnos as much abilnthe at It did In 1901, A separation from might havo been better, aftor all, for tho French than the separation of church and state. Louisville o April 3, 1913. THE CITIZEN Page Seven locking tho unavnllnhlo pntafih, phosphoric nclil ml nitrogen In (ho noil. J.lme exert n decided Inllticnco on (lie nit'cliMilcal condition of soils, rcn- S. MONTGOMERY, M.S. Conducted by derlng heavy compact soil Iookt In Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator texture nnd tending to hind particles of louse, lenehy soil. I. lino Ik nl.10 boiiellchil In furnishing CODLING MOTH conditions In tlic noil favorable to tlm Activity of the which nnd eight ounces to fifty gallons of water, Of all tha Insects that Infest convert Hie nitrogen of organic tnntter prey upon tho applo none Is causing Whero tho poisons nre used alono into nitrate which nrc readily osslm-- I Hated by plant which decompose or-- greater toss and damage limn tho two pounds of II mo should bo added gunlc matter and which nsalat certain codling moth, mora famllarly known In order to avot danger of burning SECOND ARTICLE THE leguminous plant to assimilate the as the "apple, worm." Tho actual loss tho foliage. Paris green or nrscnato free nitrogen of the nlr. sustained by Kentucky fruit growers of lead should preferably bo mixed LIMING OF SOILS. One form of lime (gypumi ha bepn Is hardly appreciated, as mor.t of thu with or with Iiordonux ihown to be a must effective correc wormy fruit drops off prematurely, nnd so applied. If this Is dono It will tire of Mark alkali. and Is not observed, hut It Is safe to save an extra, Riirnvlnc Hint la neces- Br H. J. WlinniER. Ph. D., Director ind The continued me of lime unaccomsay Hint over fifty er cunt of all thu ' sary In order to keep fungus diseases Chemist of the Rhode Island Aii.cul. panied by other fertilizers may prove upptcs raised In tho statu are Infestsuch as applo crab, bitter rot, etc., In Injurious, especially on turd Experiment SUtlon. oor soil, since It converts the Insoluble nitro- ed with tho larvau of thu codling control. To got tho best results It may bo gen, wtnMi and phosphoric acid com- - moth. Tho mature Insect belongs to a class necessary to niako a second appllca-Ho- n HB recognition of the agrlcul- - pound of the noil Into Mich nil can be rapidly taken up by pin In or washed of Insects commonly known from ten days to two weeks ns tural vahio of certain forms of , out In the dralnnKe, thin hastening the millers. Tho moth Is grayish brown later and for tho second brood from llmo la not new. and It appears exhaustion of tho supply of theso subIn and usually flies at thu mlddlo of July to the first of from tho writings or rimy stance In the noil. An the (lerman night nbcut tho tiuiu tho young fruit August. These sprayings nre Import-'an- t. that liming win practiced by the Ito adage state, "The use of lime without l forming. Tho lematu deposits her mans more than 'J.UJO years ago. In manure makes IkiIIi farm and farmer eggs Blngly nt the calyx end of tho Care should bo taken to cover the England. Germany, France and other Ioor." fruit and on tho nearby leaves nnd treo In a thorough manner. Try to European countries thu application of Dthavlor Toward Lima. lime In various forms has been and Is It has boon shown that even upon branches. Tho Individual egg Usjn placo a particle of the poisoned spray iitlll practiced extensively, but, as Hub- many upland and naturally well drain' thu leaf or fruit looks very much In tho open calyx cup of every apple. erts states, probably Oil per cent of the ed soils, apparently In good condition like a smalt while blister and Is small- To pruvent further appearance of the arable toll of the United States has otherwise, the sourness (acidity) Is so er than the head of a pin. The num- codling moth fallen fruit should be yiever liecn limed, and Indeed many great that most varieties of plants will ber of eggs laid by n nlnglo female, destroyed, either by gathering or by not thrive t.ime Is the most econom-tea- ranges from sixty to seventy. Theiggs allowing hogs pklarge areas nre not In need of It. to run In tha orchard. and effective substntice thus far hatch In from five to W Authorities seem to agree that lime ton dnys after Detailed Information will bo furnished necessary to the plant, and If tt be used for correcting this condition. Acti they nro laid. As coon as thu worm freo hv the Extension Division of tho wholly lacking In 10IU. even though an cording to exMTlmcnts inndo by the Ithode Island agricultural experiment hutches It crawls to tho nearest ap- KxH'i1ment Station. Correspondence ' station 011 acid soils In that state, the plo and usually ents Its way In thru Is Invited. plants tested may le clnssltled with the calyx or blojsom end. After reJ. II. Carmondy, regard to their behavior townrd lime maining In thu apple from twenty to A' Assistant Horticulturist. as follows Plants benefited by lim- twenty-fiv- e das thu worm cats Its ing, spinach, lettuce (all kinds), beets vw.y out through thu Bldo of thu apTha Friendly Oak Tree. (all klniNi. okra (gumbo), salsify plo and builds a cocoon under a loos- -' Whether Its branches show green oysten, celery, 'onion, parsnip, cauliflower, tucumlier, eggplant, can- - strip of bark or cruvlcu In the trunk. against a dark blue sky gold whece In order to control this Insect It Is the sunlight touches them whether Its taloupe, asparagus, kohlrnbl. cabbage. dandelion. Suedlsh turnip, pepper, best to spray Just after the blossoms lenves show mngeiit:i In the llsht of peanut. Ihigtlsh or Hat turnip, upland drop and before thu calyx cup closes. the setting huh or blnek nnd silver In cress ('(tpergnissi, martyula, rhu- If thu spraying Is put off, the calyx the moonlight, there Is tin tree of them All i barb, coiiimou pea, pumpkin, summer cup closes and It becomes Imisjsslhlu nil to compare with the oak summer's day you may lie niiiash (sciiIIommIi, golden wax lean, to deposit any poison within It. The beneath It. so strung and so stretched red Valentine friend iy. horticultural polo calyx cup remains open from seven to not to J on only, but to nil the little beau, bush lima hen 11, lentil, Hubbard ten daya after the blossoms fall and lives squash, mil bush, hemp, tobacco, sorthat swarm alsiut Its roots All ghum, nlfatra. clover (red. white, crim- the spray may. bo upplled during this kinds of busy creatures, nuts, spiders, son nnd aMkci. barley, einuier, wheat, time. An effort should be made, to ilnddy longlegs, beloved of your childoats, timothy. Kentucky blue grass, spray Immediately after the petals fall hood, go sciirrvlng over joii on this Canada pea. Cnthhert rasplicrry, goose-lerr- and not wait, ns bad weather may jrnind nnd that, as unafraid, almost, currant (White dutch), orange, hinder one from spraying later on. ns If you were dead A feeling of quince, cherry and Ilurhank Japan Arsenate of lead and Paris green a o kinship comes to you- n knowledge Iiluin; plants but little benefited by that all this life iiboiit vou In oak ml liming. Indian com. spurry (It has practically the only poisons used In grass nnd Inject and tin- - good dm: lycontrolling tho codling moth. Arsen-ut- o ing lieen reiwrled In Cugland that spurry nt your fis-- t is but a little part of of lead Is safer to use because of Is Injured by Milling, hut such results ; the ageless Mux Mini oiiliinul have not obtained In Ithode Is Its supfrlor adhesiveness and because as a cool hand re mi an nelilng head landl, rye, carrot, chicory, Ithode Is- It Is not as liable to burn the fullage. jotnes to von the realization that soon, Photograph by t'nltrj Htatrs department land IxMit nnd red top; plants slightly To get the best results one hhould 'ears, hates mil loves torgutteii. your of acrlculturit. Injured by liming, cotton, tomato, cow- tHKASKI CAIIIUIIK I'MS- T- MUCH l.tHM pea grape, use three ouuds of arsenate of lend tired lsxlt shall rest under the trees lilriitiimondli. Concord I.N nit.IS TIIKATfU WITH peach, tipple nod pe.ir: plnnts dls-- to fifty gallons of water, Paris green ill the iliijs nud al' the nights - AtLIMB. tlnctly Injured iiy liming, lupine, com-- , lihould be used at the rate of five to lantic Minililv abundance of all the other essential mon sorrel iltumex ncetosellai, radish, elements Is preM-nt- , the plant cannot velvet castor lieaii, thix, blackterritory. TifTIie future our successln The plant cannot berry, tdack cup raspberry and cran-dvtclop normally among organization and grow If any one of the ele N'rry. farmers, gardeners nnd fruit growers incut of plant food Is larking FortuFrequency of Liming. will lie hi better schools. In better nately, liowcwr. many soils are ell Tim frequency with which liming teachers, wide awake ministers nnd a prorldcd with lime by nature, nnd It Is Is-- practiced depends, among .'loser community life. rteldom or ueier necessury for those should things. iiin the character of tho Versailles Is Mulshing n successful who cultivate them to resort to Mm other soli and the rate of application, the year In work with Its log. mimlH-of years Involved hi the rotaI'nlon Supply company. I.nst The method usually resorted to for tion practiced, the plnnts grown and Declared summer 11!) farmers and stockmen ascertaining the amount of lime In their order of succession. As a gen- Lack of took stock In the conipnny nnd Its soils Is to treat them with some strong eral rule. It may be stated that from success was almost Immediate. As the to Be the Cause. mineral acid lusuiilly hydrochloric) aud f f tons of to one and stockholder In this company nre largedetermine the amount of lime which lime ly growers of Hurley tobacco nnd raisier acre every live or six years U Is thus dissolved. Some writers state utllclcnt. Applications of two or ers of blooded stock it will be seen that If only one half of per cent Is t,m.tf ()ns m;lJ ,m.ov,,r lK! miV!sable a that how to be present Immediate re FIGURES. sellingthe union can do very little nsthe thus f In cases of very acid soils which are EXPERT GIVES ngent. The main work of sort to liming Is desirable; others set to Is- - seeded down and nre to remain past jenr has been ns a buying ngent; the amount higher, and some seem to In grass for several years. Tho pnic and In this particular line It 1ms been prefer to have present as much as applying small amounts of lime Professor Coulter of Ceneua Bureau a great success. tlce of per cent Is beat someuhut frequent Intervals Has Compiled Some Startling StatisThe first year's buying business will of nil kinds make ing generally accepted ns preferable The fact that tics on Annual Lota Suttained by amount to about $ir.0uO. I.nrgo it rendy response to liming 011 soils to the use of large amounts at rare Southern Farmare aat amounts of wire fencing, Held seeds, which nre deficient In cartxiiiate of Intervals farm machinery, paint nud coal have Verealllea For Past Year a Sueeaii. Is- - utilized ns the basis for n lime may I. line combined as carttouatc, ns In beeu bought both from Jobbers nnd practical and reliable method of test marl, wood ashes, etc.. enn usually Is? Professor John I.ee Coulter, expert wholesale men. The first year's busP tug the lime requirements of the soil applied with safety In the spring or at apeclnl agent In tho census bureau nt uess has beeu good enough for the .. Tor this purpose luy out two plats ot f the year, but nil otlor Washington, has complied somo star- members of the union to receive (5 per land, each about 12 by .to reet. mniiure safest time to mln N tling statistics In regard to the annual of the'phits with like amounts or Is gen ca,wl,. r Blnkiil llmw It loss sustained by the southern farmers m fertlllrer containing potash, phos because of lack of cooperation. nitrogen and apply pliorlc acid and The crops of the southern farmers Unix to one of the plats at the rate of are worth each year In round numbers from one to two and n half tons per 2.!WK).tK)0,000. Most of this sum Is acre "(forty ihiuiiiIs per pint would be BlH'iit for farm supplies, food, clothing. iipproxliimtcly two and a half tons kt A comparison of the growth acrei. and yields on the two plats will fur ulsh a safe means of Judging whether the soil will respond prulltably to applications of lime Liming Sometimes Injurious. 1 e 1 Excessive amounts of lime, especial f ly on light soils, may have an Injurious action This Is particularly true of freshly slaked lime nnd of ground OFFICE UNION COMFANT. limestone upon light sandy soils, which to be dry and which conare Inclined cent 011 their stock nud also obtain a tain only small amount of organic rebate of 5 per cent iisui nil purchnses decommutter. It hastens unduly the made through thu union. Photograph by 1'nlled Htates department position of organic matter nud thus A new mill has Just beeu completed of ugrlcultura. m:w sui.r.. mi: renders the soil more open and less resoon be In ocrntIon. This , and will WASTEFUL 11 in liOK OP STOIIINO UANU1IK. I tentlvc of fertilizers and moisture thnn etc., nnd if l.POO.ooo.OOO of this amount will tuko cure of the grain grown by bofore. If either ground burned lime , ern ty considered best to apply the fluda Its way Into the ockets of thu , tbe members of the union and enable ,. or slaked lime must be used upon sucn .nu Hu inuni'dliltely nfter ever present middlemen. them to buy their mill feed at quite soils It should be applied In small plowing and harrow It In thoroughIt Is estimated that the southern reasonable figures. ' amounts nt not too frequent Intervuls. ly. Mine which Is already slaked fanners secure credit by paying will mean Education In In excessive The arguments In favor of tho uso may be spread uhiii the soil directInterest each better roads, better schools, better of Utile nro HUininiirlzed thus; ly from wagons or carts or dumped twelve months. trustees, better tax laws, better men All of this tremendous waste of monThe use of lime as soli Improver l Into heaps nud then spread with a nnd women everywhere In the highcry ancient, nud Its vnlur for this shovel, although the most satisfactory ey Is made possible through lack of ways and byways of our rural KenIts plan In such cases Is to tisu n lime puriHise Is generally recognized, on the part of the gardentucky. ncttou ns n fertilizer l.s both direct and premier or ordinary grain drill with a ers nnd fanners, white nt tho snmo a lime time It makes the city man pay a much Indirect. Whero fertilizer nttnchmeiit. TO RALLY IN LOUISVILLE. There nre many soils In which lime spreader or similar Implement Is not higher price for the produce than be If never there, you ought to go. derivIs deficient, notably such as are available the burnt llmu may be plac- should. If ever there, you'll want to go. ed from granite, mica schist and cer- ed on thu soil tu idles of from forty Among tho men lu big business enDuring thu Kentucky Educational asI ...I. vuiuii-...I.I. terprises tain sandstones, slates and shales. On 10 llliy sjinnis em u, has been recog- sociation meeting, April .'(0, Mny 1, 2 miui such soils llmu Is often of direct value moist earth and allowed to slake be- nized ns tho golden key to success In and 8, Louisville will he overtlowlng In supplying a necessary element of fore Mug spread with a shovel. the twentieth century. with teachers, trustees nud friends of plant food. conclusion. It mny be said, ascer- and close orgnnlzntlou, however, nre In schools. The people of the big cities llriie Is needed. If products of education, mid education tbe wutchlng tain first whether Indirect Value of Lime. are the rural school problem It Judiciously, and nerer Is tho weak point In moat of our ruThe Indirect value of lime Is perhaps It Is. apply great Interest. Louisville was among with more Important than Ita direct action, depend upon lime alone to maintain ' ral communities. among the fir to strive to help In Its the fertility of the soil, for all of the farmers and growers bas failed largely solution. because, probably the majority of cultivated soils contain sufficient lime to Ingredients which plants need must because the mnaa of our rural popula- QKT TOGETHER FOR A BIQQER meet tbe direct demands of plants for be present In the soil, to Insure tbe tion has been poorly educated and at AND BETTER STATE. the.ssma tliueaofltterel over a wide food. Mine Is of Indirect value lu un- - profitable production of crop. HOME COURSE INTENSIVE FARMING FRANK . IN SCIENTIFIC mm FATTEN CHICKS FOR MARKET Arizona Woman Hat Much Succeia With Coop Covered With Wire Netting Ration Used. I am having groat success In fattening my overstock ot chick cockerels for hotel and restaurant trade, writes Mrs. Almo of Rosweli, N, M., In tho Farmers' Mall and Ilreozo. My feeding coop shown In the drawing has a solid floor ot matchod boards, covered with an Inch of road grit. The top Is covered with poultry netting, over which a solid roof Is hinged, which may be raised on warm days. Tho front and FEED SUPPLY CAN IS USEFUL Galvanized Receptacle, Illustration, Affords Protection From Rodenta. aa Shown In AGRICULTURE 1 Whero one keeps much feed In the poultry house and wishes to protect It from rats and mlco a can, such as is shown In the Illustration, Is the best device. This la mado of galvanized Iron 18 Vi Inches high at the back, 12 Inches In front, 9 Inches doep and 11 Inches wide. It will hold 26 pounds of lime-sulph- ' T J , 11 npp-aranc- e I 5 two-Inc- h quick-growin- A Feed 8upply Can, i'llfcv , (veg-etabl- Coop for Market Feeding, west end are covered with wire netting. Tbe roosts are in the west end of the coop. Tho feed drawer Is covered with mesh wire netting and one feeding a week will do. I feed the following mixture for fattening: One quart each, alfalfa meal, corn chop and bran, and one pint meat scraps. This way of feeding saves both time and feed and I now mako money where I lost money before with Keep something In tho grit box. ordinary care. Itesldes my own stock, Poultry keeping is business of quick I buy chicks of the profits. breeds to fatten. Suggestions of fall weather are reGERMAN EGG-LAYW- G whole grain. There should be a heavy ball on each can, so that It may bo carried easily, and to hang tt up by. There should bo at least one can for each poultry house. This avoids the necessity of carrying a measure of feed around when gathering the eggs. TESTS' Results Given of Experiments Made to Determine Effect of Various Meat Meal on Poultry. In Germany - 11 Mi-- Is-a- I FARMERS' LOSS IN SOUTH IS GREAT Far-mer- r Tests were made a short time since to determine the effect of different meat meals on poultry. During these experiments It was found that the egg production ceased earlier than with normal hens. Fish meal erwise. was more favorable for egg producget frozen, scrape tion than meat meal. The eggs were upliefore the roads some dust for winter use. Put It poorer flavor than normal eggs, of In a dry place. and could not bo preserved In the Ten hens that have room according usual way. to their strength will bring In .more The meat meal Increased tho In- money than fifteen crowded. tensity of the yellow color of the yolk. When we get a good many chicks The flesh of the blnlJ fed meat meal was normal as regards taste and on hand there Is a temptation to odor, though slightly changed In color, crowd them during tbe winter season. melting point and tat, which were higher than normal, but lower than THE MAIDEN RIDGE NURSERY normal with fish meal. When fed cadaver meal the flesh of the fowl The Only Mountain Nursery in the had a rancid taste, and whenever fed State, should be free from fat as possible, Save half the cost of your fruit tuberculosis beef did not cause tubertrees and order by mall. culosis In the hens. Cut out the Agent's profit and send for particulars at once. I have "a largo supply of ono and two year grafted trees true to old whole-ronamo and all kinds of nursery stock for sale this spring at very low prices. G. U. Smith, viving egg prices. Plowing up runs and yards is a seasonable Job any time. All tho milk they will consume Is a help to the molting hens. Corn makes fat and beat. Oats, wheat, bran and middlings make eggs. Not a bit ot decayed food of any kind ever ought to ho given a hen or chick. Too many birds In a house simply can not do so well as they would oth- ONE ot (ad) Of BOURDON POULTRY C ivr Richmond, Ky. one-hal- one-hal- 1 ( 11 1 drop, in in tais. drinking water cures aim prevents coolers, diarrhoea andotlicrcMcicdlsenes. One 60c bottle makes IS eallons ef medicine At alt druggists. Sample and booklet on "Diseases of fowls" sent FREE. Bourbon Remedy Co. Lmijtcn, down a chick's- throat cures A few- All arc needed by each one; Nothing is fair 01 good alone. Emerson. Our anger nnd impatience often prove much more mischievous than tho tilings about which we nro angry or Impatient. Marcus Aurelius. s Ij ,.;,, nnJ, (. 4aVsss ft Kl'l-rL- Town's full of Studebakers Studebakcr Farm Wagons, Studebaker Buggies and Studebaker Delivery Wagons. $103,-000,00- 0 and every owner of a Studebaker vehicle is proud of it. Because he knows it is the best. Studebaker wagons ar.d buggies are built on honor and with the experience that comes from sixty years of wagon building, and you get the benefit of this experience when you buy a Studebaker vehicle Whether you liva In town or country; whether you want a work or pleaiuie vehicle, there a Studebaker to fill your requirement!. Farm wogont, contractor's wagoni. trucl:, municipal vehicles, ico wngom, dump wagons and carte, road oilert, buggies, depot wagons, surreys, pony carts, runabouts wo make them all. o!so harness, for any sized animal, for any vehicle, of tho some high standard of quality aa tho Studebaker vehicle. Set our Dtaltr or vrffe ui. 11 I STUDEBAKER KiW YORK South Bend, Ind. KANSAS ' MINNEAPOLIS CHICAGO DALLAS SALT LAKE CITY SAN riANCISCO DINVKX CrTT PORTLAND, ORE. 1 Fagt Eight. THli CITIZEN. Tlnchor, during tho summer. ' April 3, 1913. Mrs. night with Horry nnd Loney liters, Lucy Kvans nnd son, Vessle, of Lite, Thursday. Mlnnlo Anderbon visited visited relatives of this placo recently. Kva Peters, Thursday night. Miss Mrs. Lily Smith Is sick again. M. Kva Peters spent last Monday with R. RoberU Is having ties takeu tip at l.ula Peters. Lula Peters and her Llvlngstcn at present. Rom to Mis. brother, Crate, visited Maud and Joo S. R. Roberts, a fine boy, tlu 22nd. Palmer, Saturday nlglit. l MttfirBdte roblubci ctlcii iltttd Is lull Ij tt wittfi. 1tf rim His nnmo Is Basil. Mrs. Dor Poor j MII'TII I'llltK n etldtscf ef twd faith. Write pUtalr. It tot for pabllcstloa, bat of Tenncsseo was visiting her untl South Fork, Mar. lis. A. K. Camp John Shelton, of this place last wck. ' bell Is fnrinlnir lota thin Hiirlnir lull moved from Berea to the proprety -- blames Lunsford filled his regular 0 ml)vt, lmtl tt workMK .,.tlr.y. ANNOUNCEMENT appointment at Flat Top tha third Tho school at Hooucvlllu closed, rvacated by Jim Illue. Mnr. C....1n.. 110r111.Ki.1cu .,u..a, I.. .1.1.. ........I. I f For Representative K. , ,,M ,ni(J 8cll(K, ailj Wl,,.u Double Lick, Mar. 113. There was a an apiKdn Uncnt for the t ilrd Sunday wllh ,,rof c , s n, M c We aro authorized to announce W. H. Itoynolds of Jackson County ns n large tide in Horse Lick, Wednesday in April at Cornett Chapel at Lite. M,M ,,ftnn,0 mg8 M tuaclu1 CLAY COUNTY candldato for Representative from the. night. George Catllff bought a farm James L. Campbell of this place at- llt'UNlMl silll.MlH Counties of Jackson, Owsley and Clay near Goochland and moved to It last tended 3chool at Boonevllln this win- Elaborate Chemical Tests: From Series Hunting Springs, Mar. 2S. The wife before tho Republican voters at thu Wednesday. Tho Misses Stella and rrlo GlllKrt visited lur Bis- August Primary 1913. Your votes nro Plora Sparks, who aro in School at of Hugh Lunsford died last week lrav. ter, Mrs. II. C. Ccmbs, Satuiday and bread (biscuit) was made An equal quantity (adj llerca visited at home, Saturday. Ing a husband nnd family to mourn Sunday. Revs. J. W. Andcrsi respectfully solicited. and with each of three different kinds of baking powder Robert Callahan und Chas. Gabbard her loss. Mrs. lllbbard of Pigeon I. W. Srale filled their iegular apcream of tartar, phosphate, and alum and submitted of Hurley wero visiting friends at Roost has had a cancer removed by pointment at Macedonia, Saturday ami C0MMENDSMOEYN0LDS this place from Friday until Sunday. Dr. Hornsby. She Is getting along Sunday with ono addition to the the digestive fluid, each separately to the action Mrs. Kllcn Callahan spent Sunday very well. Stephen liarkstcn Is re- church. Rev. I. A. and Kd I time. for the same length 1b publishing the Gablurd Tho Citizen with Mrs. Katherlno McCollum. Mr. covering from a very iwlnful abscess filled their regular npottittiicnt at of W. R. Reynolds of the food digested is The relative percentage Lnwrcnco I'owcll of Sand Gap was In his mouth. Miss Nancy A. Mnrl-cl- e Wolf Crock, Saturday and Sunday.- Tyncr, Jackson County, as a candlshown as follows : In our community, Saturday and took left on Wednesday to live In J. L. Wllllatiu of this plact still suf- - ' dato for Representative from thu dinner nt his uncle's, I'orry McColIndiana. Dr. (!. G. Maggard has re- fers a great deal with rheumatism, Counties of Jackson, Owsley and Clay, Kant Matlcoat left, Tuesday, turned from Hyden. Bread made with lum. .Mrs. Jam-bubject to the action of the RepubliROCKCASTLE COUNTY for Illinois, where he will work this Tnnkersley has returned from the Royal Cream of Powder: cans of tho District. summer. John Martin made a busi- homo of her dau?hter, Mrs. L. II. .M;i.m A I wish to say that Mr. Reynolds Is 1 ness trip to Climax, Friday. Several cCollum. .Many of the rnfts were bent Climax, Mar. 20. Mrs. Cult Hullen 100 Per Cent. Digested never an enthusiastic Republican, place attended Circuit Court out on tho recent titles. The Union died suddenly n few days ago and scratched tho ticket In his life. Ho of this McKec, Monday. Miss Maggie Sunday School celebrated Kuster with was burled at Scaffold Cane ti'ry. Bread made with is well qualified to make the District at r Interesting service. It, hb She leaves :i husband antl family to good Representation. He Is 0110 of McCollum visited the Misses Stella o very a phosphate powder: Mag-gl- o f and Flora Sparks, Sunday. Mrs. mourn her loss. J. W. ChaBteon well as tho church service, presid the best farmers In the District, it Morris visited her mother, Mrs. ed over by the Rev. C. S. Chest johnctta lost his barn, two iiiub's, j 68V1 Per Cent. Digested was his son that raised 13.1 bushels year and Salllo Martin, Sunday. The Miss s nut, wero well attended. Tlie recent harness and other goods by file, the of corn on 0110 acre last Martha and Walllo Hlllard were viswind and rain btorms did but llttl" 20th. The flro wns caused by the careMr. Reynolds won savernl premiums Bread made with Sunday damage about hero ns com pared with lessness of a work hand. Jen. me Cox iting at Ferry McCollum's, in the State Corn Show on his farm afternoon. Corn Is selling nt sixty the destruction at other places. Much Bold his farm, known as the old stand alum powder: products. Ho is ior the advancement the cents per bushel. Irish jiotntiHs at anxiety Is being manifested by those of W. D. McGulre. to George (iatlllf of tbe mountains and believes 67-V- t Per Cent. Digested j cents and eggs nt twelve cents. having relatives In Dayton and llnnill- - for $700. Uoog Gadd lost a fine cow. need mora aid lrom the State sixty farmers ton regarding their safct). Reports Friday night. Geo. Gatllff of Kgloti, lWUKOT and National Bureaus of Agriculture These tests, which are absolutely reliable and l'arrot, Mar. 23. One of the lnrgest have como that many lives were loat Jackson County, moved, the 2drd. to and will work to that end If elected. his property nt Goochland tl.nt h' fact of great importance He believes the rural school term tides seen for many yrnrd was In tho In both places. unprejudiced, make plain liought of J. Cox, and River, Wednesday im: should be lengthened for the benefit Rockcastle to everyone : Food raised with Royal, a cream of Vine, Mar. 27. The stonu of lJht rrriMit w of tho poor boys and girls of tho Wednesday night. Tbe staves nnd Baking Powder, is shown to be entirely digesPittsburg, Mar. 2. Mr. und Mr- mountains. If Mr. Reynolds Is elect- - ties on tho river bank were saved by Friday morning did great dinm;e tible, while the alum nnd phosphate powders are found cd tho District will have a ceaseless hard work. Mrs. Rachel Price nnd to largely retard the digestion of tlie food made from worker and the farmers a true nnd little son have returned from Hnmll- - j them. tried friend and ttie writer b.iicvis ton, O. Mrs. Stephen (laotiani has ho will be elected by a big iuajorlt, been on the sick list for the last Undigested food is not only wasted food, but it as tho people and especlnlly the farm few das. Lucy Price has been visitis the source very many bodily ailments. ing her uncle, Andrew Gabbard, near crs arc all of one mind for him. J. U. Scott, Vincent, Ky. Annvtlle. Services at the new church houso lost Saturday and Sunday were conducted by Revs. Cornelius and York JACKSON COUNTY fii'iinw wM reilnifii dlit "of ffiu There will be services hero the d.niKiT zone fourth Saturday nnd Sunday In April. .mcki:f. In towns of any slie associated tvni:k McKce, Mar. 31. Circuit Court has cti.ir!He and public uplrlted cltUnns Tyner, Mar. 2s. Little Agnes Moore are domic everything HiFslble to alltv been in session hero since tho 24th. vinte sutTerliiK. but from the Kentucky There was a large tide In tho creeks has recovered from pneumonia. The heavy rains of the past week caused mmmtn'tiK. whore ever family is here last week, but It did net do In the Kjnie condition, reports much damage. Lawyer W. K. Bcgley tho biggest tides In the Laurel Fork ho Creek that has ever been known. It that the Hood hns dune even of London was !n town last week. greater damage than at tlrst reporttvl. Lawyer G. I. Rader of AnnWlle U at- swept out all fencing In the valley, FORTY THOUSAND ARE HOME- Little towns along tho Kenturky and also uncle Alfred Johnson's mill dnm tending Circuit Court. T. J. Coyle, Licking river valleys nuttered great MANY AND LESS OTHERS of Berea, was In town last week, at Mildred. J. H. Jones Is very sick pioperty loss and provisions In many w,th Pneumonia. J. T. .Moore has HAVE LOST THEIR LIVES. -C- harley Dakar, of London, was places nro low. a few days last week.-- H. F. Mlntcr,- - Eno to Illinois to farm this season, While conditions will grow better In "cynoldj has purchased of Lawrenceburg, was In town last- 1I'.aMi'rn and Central Kentucky, Weston business. A. J. Hamilton has' other flne norso aml two thorough-bee.GREAT DAMAGE IN KENTUCKY ern Kentucky nwrnr destined for the bred Jacks for the Jncksonlan Stock greatest flood in the history of the In town for soveral days farm.-Che- ster t Jones sold two year ffate. There will be ut least a A larce ciowd from dental work. rite nt Cairo. Kv.itiMille and other this placo attended church at the ling mules last week for $2y0. Halley ' Forty-SeveFoot Stage Expected at points It U stated N reports from Slmison of Olin made a business trip Sparks school house last Sunday. Louisville Food and Tents Asked those places. Dolbert York cf Annvlllj visited Mr. to our town the past week. .Mrs. Lli-ll- o From the State High Winds and Reports received here from points beDunlgan who spent the winter in Charley Lalnhau a few days reeMtly. Water In the Mountain Districts. tween l.oiilhvllle and Cincinnati nnd Florida Is now at East Hernstadt on Louisville and the Mississippi on the Photo by American Press Association. CI.(IVi:it IIOTTOSI her way home. Clay Underwood of ' WrM-rt'nlun News Mrlce west, told of the greatest precautions HIS is but one of the twins of the three twin locks at Catun on tn Clover Dottom, .Mar. 31. Grover and IXivlutn hns been visiting old friends Louisville, Ky. Fifty thnusuud are hating been taken to prevent Ions of Panama cnnal. Alongside of It Is another Identically tho same, wbll Aimer Hunter of Red Lick visited In this vicinity. Good milk cows are life when the highest stages nro reachhonielem. and from one end of Ken-- ' locks are encountered approaching ttue locks and again leavsimilar selling from $10 to $75 In this vicinLucy Dean, Saturday aud Sunday. ed In the Ohio. ing them. Itetween the three twins they lift tbe monster ships of the tucky to the other come reports tell-Iii- r A rain storm last Tuesday night did ity. Live stock of nil kinds has been carocean up tbe elghty-Qv- e foot elevation to the great nrtltlclnl Gatun lake that of a Kreat damage wroiiKht by the ried to tlie highlands, except at sevmuch damage to tlie people in this CAIilCO takes them onward to the Pad tic Ships coming In the opposite direction ar flood. The crest of the Hood will not eral points, both up and down tho Cnrico, Mar. 30. The Inrge tide In vicinity. It was followed by some lowered to the level of the Atlantic. In order to save wnter and hasten lock- - j be ri ached for several dnn doun In rier. where cattle kept at distilleries snow and a freeze which killed the Laurel Fork did great damage to ge of boats each lock chamber Is divided Into subchninhers one 650 feet long the western end of Kentucky, where to fatten on the by products of the peaches and pears. Dudley Hlcknell fencing nnd took all tho ties near ml the other UuO feet long. ic year ago IiIkI) waters swept away plants, were caught In the rapidly riswho has been making his home at Its banks. Tho twelve year old bjii homes and destroyed thousands of dol- ing waters before they could be Frankfort for the past three years of Arthur McDinlcl cut one of his thru here. Mrs. itebecea Hruwn- - ; (leorco Clontz, who have been In West and driven to points of safety. tors . worth of property. Kvnnsv U. T. . Is visiting his kinsfolk, here. H. N. toes off last wesk. Mrs. John SumSuch situations are being carefully :ig who has been confined to li'r v rg n a, aro at P ttsburg aga n. ., , , mn Pr n"" tu ro' " ' n",d) Wm. bed all winter. Is slowly improvingDean, candidate for County Attorney, mers U In very pcor health. nntched by the health authorities, The fifth Saturday meeting of Tho ,own" was In McKee last week. G. F. Hoys Faubus who waa badly Injured by a Itev. Boyd Haker of London, who held Laurel ,jr,,nB aInB, ,t"8 who will take suitable precautions to ,0h, River Association convened destroy all carcasses as soon as It Is log rolling over his body Is much bet- a protracted meting at ML Olive, and wltll Ul0 SUta ,(Ick tIlllrcll( Krlday. i"0. attended court nt MclCeo last week, M. G. Cruse has purchased a horso ter. Aunt Cosby Colu has gone to also a few days at Strlngtown. riurn- - -- Hobert Uroughton. 'a,,,,',.,, t0 thc umlcr of hom,.-s- s In possible as a piecautlon against diswho has ease from W. Lakes. Iesllo Rowling has live with her daughter, Mrs. Nancy nry working at Arjay, return.tl Iiome ;Nuwl)rt aml Covington there Is near- (eu to nis noma tasi Funds were Inaugurated to caro for this tenlay. Noah Murray Is very low. Ho y 12,000 here and the number of the refugees, most of whom wero Rico is staying at Welchlmrg jweck Fred Sandlln and Ch'st'T Mau- to live but a bhort liomes deserted between here and the ilrti'mi fiilt fif tttulr lintti.m aliAti ilia not .pin of Laurel Creek visited friends time. The beautiful home of S. L. .Mississippi Is appalling. Ilelated re-- lowinnds In and around LgmUvHIi sV and relatives at this place, Saturday Uptan was burned a few da)s ago. j forts from the mountain sections tell were Hooded several days ago. vast daniago wrought by the high and Sunday. JImmlo Clark lost a Only a few things wero saved. Mrs. flno mule last Saturday. Klihu Laura Mooro and Mr. John Sewer I w 1,11,8 a"'1 waU'r8- DAYTON BUILDINGS BURNED. stago was prouictea in- of Garrard County visited relawero married, Saturday night.-Joh- n stead of 45, and those who IIe In thu tives at this placo last week. (Jeorge Hlgglns haa returned home. Prof. Inuiip n.rtlrmu nt thu .ltv uhlnh ftu following is a comDayton, 1., ...1 ..!.... .!...! Hlrch spent Saturday night with Wil- - ..,..o ...III I I.. )et have not been flooded, began mov- plete list of Dayton buildings Niihou .Monday. bon Hurley. .Mr. and .Mrs. ing out. Portland, which wax only parby lire: . Urownlng of visited rela- tially submerged, has become a small North Ride Third Street. tlves at this place last week. Frank ESTILL COUNTY tea. Supply Co.; Klefaber Co.; Adamsnn Clark and son of Richmond spent last Hundreds of homes were flooded (irocery Co.; C. A. Cooper Co., wholeI.OCI'ST IIKANCtt ntid In many Instances water stands sale saddlery; Patterson Tool &. SupFriday and Saturday with relatives ' Locwt Ilranch, Mar. 28. Th?ro wits well up In the second stories, On the ply Co.; Johnson lllnnk Hook Co.; of this place There was a big tide n wind and rain storm here, Friday point, where only tops of Iiousi-- can Ilurkhnrt & Ruthenium, drug store; In Iilg Sexton, yocterday. The plo of this placo wero very much morning, blowing down trees and be seen, the Ohio has done Its worst. Sol. Rauh, llipior company; Joseph The weather beaten houses brenk Sabauer, wholesale liquors. surprised to hear of the death of fencing and doing much damage. from moorings, turn over and sweep South Side of Third Street. Low Wm. Smith. Ho died last Monday of down stream. Brothers, paint storo; Charles A. P. 1 10 up to fever. Cows nro Etlll at Barret, paint company; Hayner, liquor River Full of Wreckage. (!. W. $55 In this neighborhood. Store; Irwin, Jewell & Vinson, paint Drowning niado a business, trip to The river has been full of wreckage More; Kroger's grocery; Ncpgen's liqSPUING COLONIST TICKETS ON IJeattyvlllc, Monday. John Rice, who for two days. The number of refu- uor store; Long's Storage Co.; Dodd. SALF. DAILY MARCH 15 TO APRIL 15, 1913 to gees Increases hourly. Those out of gun store (O. N. O. ordnance departpoints in Western Montana, Idaho, Washington, was getting vory old and feeble, died Oregon, Ilrltlsh Columbia. work now number 5,000, and If tho ment); Klmmel's seed store. at his homo on lluncum last week, river reaches the predicted stago a ROUND TRIP HOMKSKKKKRS' TICKKTS ON Jefferson Street- .- Dayton & Troy Mr. Chcbtor Baldwin of Maulden and SALE 1st and 3rd TUESDAYS EACH MONTH to number of other fnctorles will have electric stntlon; W. D, Ilulier, furniMiss Olllo Whlttymoro wero qulldy many points in tbe Northwest United States and to close down. ture company; Craves's liquor store; married at tho bride's homo boih few Canada. Long limit und stopovers. It was announced here that tho Fred. Keller and Sons, wholesnlo liqdays ago. Truiel on the street railway will not stop Its cars uors. The burned district reaches stage. Several lines from Second to Fourth streets and for even n OWSLEY COUNTY may have, to be.abanclgned, buj tho from Jefferson to Library Park. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Comparative ... - ,, cm(U Digestibility of Food a of of Made with different Baking Powders tcr.-Ca- 11 of of , of ! Tartar " ' . I a tartar Gatun Lock With Water In It of j potr KY. LOSS HEAVY ' ALONG OHIO RIVER prac-ttral- ly h-.- au-we- n ten-foo- T Nwppr I i; - , .- 1 l'" yi. LOW FARES TO THE if r I Fertile Northwest I p.-o- - ONF.-WA- Y Northern Ry Nothing timid about a want ad. CJThey "rush in vhere angels fear to tread" where you would be and connecting lines, to iii.aki: ern Pacific rates of fare und service promptly upon request. It costs you nothing. Write today, J. C. EATON, Travtling Immig. Agent, 40 K, 4th St., Cincinnati, M, J. COSTKLI.O, I). 1 A., 40 K, 4th St., Cincinnati, O. Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, or to Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Hritish Columbia. Will send free illustrated literature about the Northwest United States and full Information about North- 0. Wake, Mar. 2S. Tho weather continues wet. Tho water has been tho I .1... ....ncn.i nn.l ..in.... Una l.l..l...n. Court havo been floated out.-Clr- cult is In session at Uoonevllle, this week. I , Soveral of our cltliena arc attending. Jack Peters visited his uunt, Margo ' Peters, on Cow Creek, Sunday night, Daisy wcui 10 aiikiiu iui refused m the admission VOUr tUIll 4 perhaps. if . Jo Waiting ante-rOO- m, Saturday to attend church, Saturday and Sunday. Crate Peters spent tho Situation n ad rings true. wanted man, ll 1 . yOUng . yOUr . Most of tho people aro sawing their oats and preparing their corn ground. Magglo Johnson hau been visiting F. U. Campbell's folks for tho pan week. H. O. Hlcknell had an egg contest from Dec. 1st to Mar. 15th. Ho offered as a prlzo a fifteen dollar d Tensor to tho ono who brought tho moot eggs. Mr. Sid Lalnhart got tho dresser. Ho brought 173 dozen. Mrs. Molllo Ulcknell, 163 dozen. Mrs. Sarah Cumpbell 112 dozen. Thu two ladles got a now dress apiece for holding Clark Johusou of out faithfully. Horns River enjoyed an Easter dinner with bis mother, Mrs. Campbell, lost Suuday, Juno Logsdou and his a brother hava returned homo from whero they have been going to school. lio-re-